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news' for high-grade job work at price that are fair and reasonable, see the amherst newt co. volume xiv. number 26 amherst, q.t thursday, may 28, 1931 "the sandstone center of world" r . m ? , lis or i - 5? " 4 1 it!- j a: ... 1- i. vi qtft 'point fievu jl 0 to following poom, written by la local' legionnaire. is appro- fepf?' -dtitte. memorial day, sjjy-w"5 .comes from pen a man k. ....wow utd uclttt remembered on saturday.. llfr. ' n attention nienf face toward bp" east, '. .' hkp .offer prayer in .thought v!? ut those who died, while our b1uo where flanders fields we s fought, there were' many com rades ; had one' way trip 'tis true, but vou nd i, willing die, nod saw. us safely through. .let's riever forget comrades ours sleeping over sea, who- answered call, gave their all, died fof you me. think hoto- every battle jtaught. cantlgny rhine, through shot sholl, days lit hell, "those ..days were yours mine. .the (lay guns bushed t ,the last mad drive was through, war won, waa done,, 0,'oodj it really true. yes, my comrades, ( you've not forgotten" as yet. me fought oer sea ood grant never forget. wo trying bjpk witictrtir france spent, ana coine.what may, de prouu say, dlthoce went. uj y george s". bruce b 1st" machine gun bat. 1st division stores be closed saturday stores' will all day saturday, decoration day. they wlll.be open friday evening until 10' "o'clock, however, customary before holiday. colonial kluday, jack oakle "dude ranch. sltndayj monday "hell's angels", greatest plcturepf year. tuesday "east u west" mawon v. qqitbett gyjff. $&&.k..xi&; ..si v ..faift ifiiaif 4&k" roi- norwalk here meats pennzoils 'tvleet harris street field holiday bartlome umits port clinton one safety first game ot season, "mlschka meet pennzotls afternoon, starting about 2:45, nqnvalk team is'touted great independent ball club, has been playing some best teams northern ohio. with going fate have the' games so far this should well worth watching. boyd, former indiana u. player, stars team, infield, barry cleveland mound. jerry gormley booked play second meats. veteran battery barck lelmbach start neither player played his regular position give management chance size up reserve battery, against high class opposition. sunday away home, berlin heights. won close merchants, clinton, score 0. again form, limited supposedly heavy hitting merchants lone blngle, questionable one. archie brother, fritz, both thought white struck out, what third strike umpire called ball, hit, next safe. addition limiting opponents whiffed 11 batters. he trouble two innings virtue walk hit batsman frames, an error frame filled bases, pitched himself out difficulties. opposing pitcher, white, plenty tough, scattering eight hits striking seven scored only run of, eighth stanza when berk got life error, sacrifice schrlner, scoring schrlner's single. rent 3&0' so, main st. phone 6354. ltc 'henry makruski, jb. .michael rev. lyon address complete plans elaborate services commemoration james tho announced week committee charge. major portion exercises held crownhlll cemetery, firing' salute avenue cemetery. parade scheduled town hall 10:00 o'clock morning, proceed park nvemie spring, thence north cleveland, then following; short ceremony there, procession go down main, south main' crownhlll, order march various organizations groups follows: colors, music g. a. r., legion, women's relief corps, legion auxiliary, firemen, eagle drill boy scouts, school children. children join the. church park, spring park. mayor c. e, cooper, f. r. powers charge day's ceremonies. early morning firing squad buglers decorate graves veterans middle ridge, mary's kendelgh corner cemeteries. capt lafayette stough adams, surviving members expected participate services. asked rooms 9:30 parade. irate golfer "you must worst caddie world." cad"die-t-"hardly. would too much coincidence;" am ii e miller, f 5 2 berk, ct 10 ss 3 bartlome, c hutton, lb 4-0 olson, 2b gleason, if brown, -3b p .0 totals 37 8 i'oit h b. haverner, 2b. bahsen, besso, 3b sllisky, 00 selco, if- sibrel, cf 0' meacheam, o. rf. it. 28 seniors graduate hh ggggggggg smhsssbpbbmhhi blijun,. -v.ii-iii.lv eat heads off- hire teachers; miss menz resigns wilbur brann succeeds butz-berger athletic department board education hired three new teachers accepted resignation its meeting evening. also annual affair, being dinner given each year j. avery, clerk. served girls- domestic science department. dolores board, learned thr time presentation local art teacher planning married. expressed considerable satisfaction her during stay schools. lor brann. olierlln college, physical department: charloote alderman, ohio mybie strphbnson henry l. strickle wins league championship school's baseball year, record having lost game, medina season. year's represent years, made unusual record. balanced, pitching goodt norwood ilearn coached team. a.h.s. clearvlew afternoon county championship. state university, commer clal depnrtment, alice neldlng grade. girl teaching castalla. she oberllu kindergarten training school. succeed albert butzberger uh assistant football coach head basketball. still vacancies faculty, art, music, instructor junior commencement excercises mildred gauman .fred holziiauer 7. haiti aged resident dies w. rice called; known men township oldest residents death rice, age 85 years. community life, active political business circles rico grandson louis steelier, washington valley forge. deceased informed history (continued page four) sale s700.00 waltham piano. had. unpaid balanco $87 re malnlng contract terms $10 per mo. opportunity good new. 40 rolls bench write onco wallnam piano co.. 33 s. howard st., ak ron. advise seen. please references. 21-28 iwcl'ltv hildixjaiu) helen hurc1i raymond wetter democrats round village ticket endorse sippcl stiwald mayor; republicans postpone action lined slate candidates primary election august. full endorsed, contests several offices. party, caucus evening, endorsed slppel, mnyor, earl stiwald, present councilman. slppel desirous running vindication platform defeat narrow margin years ago e. bm understood withdraw race. oouncllmen dr. h. lahlrr, john michael. (1. schaeffer, matthew lawless, william barber mid jacob rosencranz. charles miller resent position, clerk, bauer received endorsement reasurer. marshal, ed. mays named candidate himself. public affairs, wesbecher, m. d. fleckner 11. tolhurst endorsed. democratic club meets fourth month. officers tolhurst, president; vice president, secretary-treasurer. republican small attendance put off later date. resolution respect whereas nil-wise father visited rebekah lodge no. 810, taken midst beloved sister, fanny maccarthy; whereas, remember friendly counsel cheering smile passed beyond, resolved, mourn loss, do greater loss sustained nearest dearest her. god us. hut memory linger forever friendship, love truth. resolved token sorrow, charter draped period thirty these resolutions spread upon minutes order. mary walker lucy cox lulah alitrst postoce practically completed office, applications postmaster postofflce own, now consu-mated, seems assured be. matter even progressed 'application blanks received, was. week. officials havo working proposition time, although opposition proposition, due fact call mall, mall delivered route end 1. established appears certain be, office relegated office. under classification, service curtailed, force cut, salaries, least postmaster, reduced. whether rural carrier cut list, transferred another routes size, known. name principal brownhelm smith, brintoiville, o., succccdsi ii. kellmer 'as superintendent schools brlstolvllle, trumbull county, elected night school, .announced wednesday p! vaughn, smith experience brlstolvllle other villages county. graduated wesleyan university 1920. kellmer, resigned accept portland, oregon, household goods five completely furnished, consisting living room, suite, bed room suites, kitchen outfit numerous articles,; excellent condition included lot goods. finance entire purchase responsible parties. interested, box 309, elyria,
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1931-05-28|
|Date of Original||1931-05-28|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1931-05-28 14 26|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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