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volume xiii, number 4 " t" 7 amherst, p., tuesday, dec. 24, 1929 ' "the sandstone center of the world" lhl hjuuuul (.,. h....mbwa.a i . - ', ',,-j tl. , ; 1 new mr second time nwwvmvwwvwwvwm kal lies hv locals kesrjons ble iiumukauuhsqlhkstttilawr v "s&xim& .. article appearing below is considered finest editorial evei .written.' it originally appeared in jhe york snri 33 years ago, answer to query a little girl whose bo'4ef santa claus had been undermined by remarks ol her playmates. she wrote paper, signing herself virginia, and asking if tnere $f tually was1, claus. since its ipubllcatlon 1sd7 has copied reprinted thousands ot times this day ,'without an equal. we submit without furthercomment. there 8anta claus? ed.tomi eve. 36 26 mihiwiwik local u..let vour friends are y have affected ry:mew nf n lrpntl-nl t not believe except think noming cau f nrtmkationo1hla w clevelandjtds. alt minds, vir- rirsi.ser mey oe mens ur ,,'are little. jn great 'it ours man mere insect, ant, his intellect compared with boundless world about him, as measured intelligence capable grasping whole truth knowledge. yes, claus, he exists certainly esove generosity devotion f'xlst, you know that they abound give your life highest beauty joy. alas! how dreary would be were no would' aa virglnlaa. childlike faith then, romance make tolerable existence. en-ioyment sense sight, eternal light which child- j hood fills extinguished. claus! inu might well fairlesj get papa hire men watch all chimneys on christmas eve catch .but did see coming down, what prove? nobody sees 'santa but sign ho most real things those neither children, nor can see. .you ever ?e fairies dancing lawn? of' course not, that's -proof there. conceive imagine wonders unseen unseeable world. may tear apart ;j)aby's rattle makes noire lnriue, veil covering strongest man, or 1, n.nnntl. (ha lived, could apart. only faith, fancy, poetry, love, romance, pmh aside -the curtain view pic- turo' supernal glory beyond. real? ah, vir-vtnla, la nothing- else abiding. thank god! bo hve3aand lives forever. ''thousand, frou now, na, ten thousand from yjli, continue glad hearts children. asks damages irving molllson files suit for $3250 result accident amherst was re- monday mol- jutgrowth :n occurring intersection leavitt ridge roads. molll son charges bonner sponsible- fpr accident' ,-ask .tor compensation stated vlo coyer bis machine ii liin. lltwflmr ilhimm ihbui1 ul6at win monday. .imlsmmillw lakewood li3hu norwallc facing seemed cer tain! defeat at soveral stages game night, wines rallied each time, when final whistle blew, winners over strong eaton independents 34-20 score. come within one point tielng wings saturday nignt, fboked though going evefl score last night wore equal task, however, rush quarter completely c.sor-ganlzed visitors, purple clad tossers coasted easily. inability hit basket, passing up standard cost easy victory early stages. guarding locals, held visitors check tha part. six points registered team tfto opening period. jaeger opened free shot, followed fielder hutton. two .fouls field goal put ahead, hutton dropped foul draw ahead. runitle tied period ended. eaton, half leading 17 13. thfrd pe riod, drawing close, five tne started places, minutes rolled four goals, take lead 23 20 ended period, after other lapse into mediocre bas'ket-ball, took lead, again rallied, before another point, amassed 11 more win. scored nine these points, them close shots. led way big margin scoring, rolling m goals fouls. preliminary game, mlschka candles elyria national guard team, winning 45 jaeger, rf 2 gnrmley, 0 gleason, men7, c hutton, rg 9 m. henes, lg baumhnrt, richards, cook, 3 rundle, c-rf grills, cheeseman, crowell, !g d0,h. waa stand- hgmfflf&!z&&mms&mmwuiz- 'sesvm'f3r3imesmlfc raiueu, ana oe- r k;z'v .... ... .! iji.ittf" hhiirtt mm u ff 6 x o favorite knits cage headliners knits, probably best basketball cleveland exception roxon-blums, will headline attraction carnival next high school gym. oppose wing club. games played, play op ponent named later. knit made largely college players, included several bebt players turned out ohio cot leges recent years. dear am grade. want dress, some clothes, bracelet, handkerchiefs, book, gloves candy nuts oranges plexee, don't forget my parents, brother sisters. doll buggy paints game. yours truly, clara hasenffetjg brownhelra,.ohlo i.i ll i" li) 1.7 ritijf 1:lm heavy snow fall impedes traffic cars slither 3nd stick, few accidents reported tho heaviest snowstorms history stato -upplemented five-inch sunday reduced street? sidewalks icy morass where slithered ikldued pedestrians walked .inkle deep and, cases unee deep, through caked ice. although conditions worse than been' years, serious auto occurred amlierst. salvatoro naro pen junction slightly injured lorain struck operated john slavln. rear wheels o? slavln's car caught broadway tracks, causing skid onto sidewalk, penfleld man. taken home son. involv- ing residents vicinity due snow. david bell dwger leimbach wins 1st prize decorated dwyer lelmhach awarded first $5 offered news co. bt-ht following inspection homes city committee appointed tuesday evening mr. lelmhach's cleve-i land avenue pretentiously many colored lights1 presented prettiest appearance, judges decided. prize, amounting j;i, ed lehman, also baker honors central loss damage campaign c. e. raker, station agent, railroad 1'tier submitted means reducing company. contest culminated 18-month decreasing item company's overhead. wa open any employe company between chicago. nun dred ninety-nine letters submitted, raker's ad!udged best. $25. elyria" po lieu ills damaged truck backed saturday. chains galoshe ft p cmluni ninriilng. t.u supply ftnres nearly exhausted bv snowfall hurry calls lo-, rain dealers revealed none "anti-skids" thoso forced go bor rowed shovels ashes !he slippery streets refused provide traction ear wheels. avenup resident, third went carl ehrman. james daniels, wood-hill drive; georgo raus, cornel' avenue: werner zilch, hark avenue, august slumski, milan accorded honorable mention. response much greater year, least fifty bearing derma-hons ranging illuminated window, wreaths elaborate nuby says merry stick roscoe l. may, typothetao artist news-times. roscoe: everybody 'washes days, whether care darn not. listen, mean it! just show do, i'll bet dollar christmas! now why shouldn't you? business, country. slump stock market, nation full prosperity collie dog fleas. almost anybody likely them, scratch hard enough. misconstrue me, dog. anyway, na'f don't, then write tell me why, pay bet. hut you've got me. no, th" handling hi's miserable fund now. prove level. (continued page) dlspl lys prizes. thorough survey town, inspecting entry rendering their decision artistic arrangement general effect. work judging window displays afternoon bomewhat hampered windows ( instances obscured kiibs drug store won 'the tlrs't $10,' holibauer's teachers enroll n.e.a. instructors 100 per cent nat-oral society public schools unanimously enrolled education association. announcement wus nrado today j. w. crabtice, secretary organization. hundred enrollment rep-t resenta teachers, slxtn onsccutive year. letter- congratulations 'superintendent powers, crab-' tree says: "we prouil record enrollment. jour fine workers ippreclato importance alert, well-trained lesponslble teaching profession. officers n. a. congratulate all" associa tion largest protessloual e h r.s' organization ! world, including 2d0.uuh members. chief purpose promote american education, secure fair start every child. shoe $5, weshecher's hardware .'mounting $3. prizes business men's association ilecl sinus rendered basis neatness arrangement. brown's haberdashery 'mrs. emory sondergelt, miss agnes lahlff f. r. c, coffper aud d, webb judged homes. drops lilf!h haaketeers bt weekend. friday lake-wnod lights green gold back 1u. satunlry norwalk lot'iilb lost gonulno thriller. 27 i.altowood do-foiled closing spurt homo team. lead-ng mom half, scoreless pa lod, allowing lakcwood lie lump, pulled load. shurp scorer hi' looping aitl points. three floidurs wero matties, guild mathoh. mnlld. sharp, krnnuin. ueyimlcls, i) thomas, inttou, hiughmaii, 1'lshloy, rt mrgiodnn. illnkey, isr daniel, s menamee, nixon, norwalk, story reverse, nlso. alter trailing, very badly beaten until play, gold, way. sen rational thrilling finishes basketball. hip riunrtcr wnlh herst trailing 21 lo 11. h. s. alumni benefit lie-ir.rit batikcthml staged gh scimol gym night. 27. .vlwn incal nigh tossera. members classes 192s mid li wil' eligible prndii ate stag"'l oaiid medical tli? athletic association, and" expenses incurred ny past football campaign. squad kane, gormley. hrowii ski. nickel. monger, hubbard, 1'ur-eell. "doc" schultz and' iloli zilcl) prjitlee .it 2:. 10 thursday afternoon, tic nhimnl ,?lven hie tloor :i : .10. ah attraction, crv w.l pliy !i:gh';ind school. roys trouble youths confectioner charged gambling thieo anthor't boys age 1c is. together proprietor confectionery arrested deputy sheriffs churged gambling. dep-nll entered establish mem saturda midnight discovered quartet o: store. 'he county jail odgi-d lecture sheriff adams released upon .-fimlse stop practice. confectioner, who .an alien, threatened depor tation .found permitting gamiwjlrs, a, 3? baqiis bllng in. establishment galit;.! spfcml programs ue observances here churches feature yuletide entertainments b ved cantatas, concerts, christinas exercises. "tho prince peace," cantata, given choir im. church under direction mrs. luelle jenne-iiearn, evangelical concert charge fo zelma muth. white gift service st. peter's 7.30 evening, playlet, "christmas christ,' intermediate league, assisted choir. program processional, "hark herald angels' !slng," -choir entile body marching auditorium. rev. schmidt, pastor, rsad scripture, thel-in -i 'mas gave reading whlc.ij. oxplalned or!g!n"bftfie'r gift. participating playlet included: spirit christmas, margaret bergar; voice bethlehem, ruth mlschka; nible, dorothy lakofsky;' conscience. marie wilhelm; selfishness. nelson raeslcr; poor, karl sablers. orphan, clair irelnhai'd; infirm, helen rerger. offerings representatives various departments sunda school, league. senior ladles' aid society, missionary society. brotherhood, philathta bible class, riblc class. junior il"imitment filled b.ikth needy. two. trees deco rated white, entire front auditorium similarly decorated. congregational lis annual evening. excellent miscellaneous numbers given. good crowd attended. program, mrs g peltcli charge, given: organ prelude, "largo," handel) pansy harris, organist; "o, ye faithful"; "joy world." congregation; scripture fading. mae weller; prayer. vi. eastman, pastor; anthem, bethlehem," edna hopkins' class; recitation, jack parker; hong. "waiting claus,'' primary children; scandinavia," or-cutt's traditional" french carol, noel," floyd moore sa-hires; "chriatmas germany," beres' choir; america," frances richmond's oftertory, "ave maria," benediction pastor. cantata peace" beautiful the-jj chorus the. cliurcl??, las.t beore appreciative audience. -cantata cresented ,wltttr touch ability nn'rivr??' mrs,-iiiclle jixyw hearn. conductor. incidental solos ably-iea-! de,red donoll lbijj .rs charlotte mrs, lie-ant, o. '1 cox, "r.ij. ",h,qa.rn, roy jlattmwmjl and'.eh,?m6conneju yfix piano ticcorapamraew, -(contjnuecrakrlat.,ia8i), v. -v. v1 i.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1929-12-24|
|Date of Original||1929-12-24|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1929-12-24 13 4|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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