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(, i k fi v- n1i news-times for high-grade job work at prices that are fair ami t-i 4 '.settth 'amherst: and brownhelm , nzomjuauic, m ( n a l iiu sunnra news hi volume xi v. number 36 amhefrst, p., thursday, aug. 6. 1931 ;the sandstomecenter of the world" .'j take over savings bank .v' amherst may w. 2 j cw" point viev. semi-official warning has come to. us unless passenger trains on new york central receive belter patronage from amhersti service will be curtailed. present four stop "here one way, two other, careful check is being made passengers getting amherst, it seems as though curtailment here la seriously contemplated. jjagles have good opportunity helping cause by taking advantage unusual rates offered toledo convention. snowing .that time demonstrate their appreciation value railroad, go long "way toward keeping our railroad service. amos 'n' andy seem to in considerable opposition colored people country, who' endeavoring thelract taken air. petitions circulated, backers claim million slgn- era obtained; misinterpreting purpose' content this ta- moue' act, taktng what said too literally, although' much 4rue type. we believe would get enjoyment out these boys do they tun spirit which" given. "as far i'se recerned," ws regret having act discontinued. talking with burt shotton when he was last wee's, received encouragement regard business con--dltlons. s thisdistinguished -amherstjto, 'who covers 'a section country his duties manager ot philadelphia phillies, stated a, large cities visits noticeable signs improvement been noted cited example, st. louis, where visit there, shoe factories had just gone onto almost full production basis, orders reported good. let -them keep gojng. most enough vacation labt for. time. letters receiving' .touring' west revealed least interesting thing, widely scattered residences former people. every which toured trip 10,001) miles found some ljving. must characteristic .'the american travel tar wide, tor "this condition typical other communities. imagination tells -nothing could contented depression idle money. " it's not hot memory st, wasn't winter mild pleasant? foolish man insurance companies tell ,hlra how bid feels. they're arbitrary. find better rule kick rather than kid ourselt. place minority 'frets preferential mention lii 'can pork beans. lower taxes lift many faces. hasn't occurred song wrlt-. .era -that state should moont wo can't 7k ".arizona moon any prettier "tohlo'.s.., "a should' marry -a girl one-half own age, plus seven years." since did love become mathematical t. there candidates who "win happy an'd others 'are satisfied see names '.posted conspicuous places, like circus- clown. '- '-' h; van akin and, family, !phoefilx aria., visiting ijio'me.jaf tom griffin, near am- ',s',j.?a tu meats eliminated tri-coity league flag race huron maintains perfect per centage shutting locals 8 hits, but fail pinches merchants only shut mlschka lot sunday, knocked all consideration second halt trl- county race. dy winning garde, set stago great battle title, still tied the" goldtjiorpe tires. teams meet sunday settle affair. game tense start, settled fourth inning staged two-run rally score runs game. three six hits were bunched .inning. one, drive right center, big sam cross, bases. except ttat inning, archie dartlome complete master merchants. no in- elyria eagles elyrla harris street field rubber fans looking forward lo. won first game,. sharp win ning pitcher's bart-lome lm half trr season. round, easy fashion sunday's decide season's series between rivals. either schemp or mound eagles, while bartlome ..mound try again mates. bitterly fought, furnish plenty excitement. past second, lnnfng more hit. struck six, cross times strike-out route. oddly enough, easiest victim spoil him. got molly mels eight him water several times, hita absent needed. !' miller drop ped bingle into field. berk laid down hunt, little fast, forced second. went passed ball, left hutton fanned schrlne- lined short opened the' third single ceuter. hied lifted fly same fanned. eighth, tripled schriner ninth .the melts' best chance came fritz safe smith's error olson singled going throw third. barck sent bat ouild, out, swinging wldo strike. ended lining shortstop. huron's result right. cross' triple, draeger's defeat can attributed directly inability hit pinches. has' case defeats year.. pitching, fielding acceptable, tho punch lacking llneun: 0 r ii o e miller, rt berk, cf hutton, lb 19-2 schriner, 2b ... 5 syrowski, ss 1.0 f. bartlome, c .. 6 olson, guild, 3b 3 a. p ab b'roskj, 2b' smith, li klein, .-. .0 crosslb 4vl. light primary vote expected! few contests party ticket draw voters earmarks quietest election scheduled off next tuesday. scarce article cither ticket, excitement entirely absent. democratic decisions make offices, republicans contest. democrats co choose village council, five board public affairs. council. follows: republican mayor e. c. stlwald cooper clerk chas. w, schulz vov treasurer j. bauer mrs. kuss' marshall h. mays henry smith nonrd affairs art tolhurst al m. d. fleckner wesbecher wm. council dr. powers kane rosenkranz lawless michael schaeffer lahift barber o. baker hearn r. cromwell becker ii. tompkins john sablers gruiel (editor's note so interest shown that, altho home, printing account stages trip.) california yellowstone park, wyo. july 26, editor, news-times: write about week think i'll skip minor points you ones. reached oakland letter, start there. san francisco proved harbor places wanted possibly vlblted twice had. golden gate park caret ully planned kept-up ever saw. beautiful drives, spacious lawns, glittering lakes, dozens statues famous people, sit admire nature, bridle puthb, play spots. re acres construction. those" com-pleted, lakes strenms formed, bare sands rocks ocean's shore transformed paradise spend quiet hours bhade huge transplanted trees. cleve. land boasts its metropolitan system; chicago praues front; detroit shows belle isle. yet none look-in park. the'y mere grassy lots comparison. museums museum an aquarium. both splendid, preferred museum. settings stuffed animals superlative. family seals natural haunts, seashore rocks. sand sea shells form base, background painted artist in-such way scarcely real 'leave ones begin. another case, saw birds california's coast. (continued pags four) draeger, if bowers, ..... telatnlk,- rf ., telatnik, -,j kohlmyer, -c mehvp' fisherman's luck albert reid vjo egai cam ra rkssrsr semi-finals mark tennis plato favored finals basis preliminaries amherst's tournament reached, seml-flnal stage week, 'with, favorites stlluln startling upsets-have cropped up far. benlor section, round matches, sets close. stark schmltz close preliminary match, 0-4 7-5 scores. tabbert by-may after hard sets, 3-6, 6-4, 6-2, 7-5. plays bracket seml-tinal, win. upper bracket, seml-flnal. moeblus scores games played are: beat fuhrman, 6-3, c-2. schmltz, robertson, g-0, 6-4. ebbs' ludwig, rahl, 6-0, 0-2. b. gormley, 6-0,. 6-1 baetz g. forfeit. 6-1, 6-2. tabbert, 7-6. drawings men's doubles, -at baetz-stark vs. plato-schmltz. gormley-gulld may-moe-.bius. ebbs-f'uhrman rahl-jenne. sharp-tabbcit, bye. entry sub? mjtted, paired round. junior berger, kreeger survived rounds, fight title. stl wald drew bye, winner burger-kreeger match championship. final, berger young youngsters regarded players town. l. upset brown then put kreeger. tound were: d: young, brown, 0-1, fritz, 6-3 btlwald 6-2 ehrman mccullough scores: stlwald, 'teat smth 4-6. 6-1.. men monday hole august session south church; 20 twenty-six members association attended meeting evening church. supper served ladles' afd ciety report picnic committee made, final plans outlined. chairman fted holzhauer $355 "of funds bank, arrangements operate without until money released. members, ruth lewis merchant, admitted membership association. president asked co-operation local burglary prevention, through police department. suggested burning night each store, precautions taken. september held henrietta, meeting. convention delegation, including drill degree teams, official delegates body represent aerie ohio 10-13. jack bruce. addition, auxil iary aerie, accompanied members. grand also conjunction important among projects discussed continuance campaign old age pensions ohio, movement inaugurated sponsored stabilization employment measure, introduced congress. class initiated, honor barry cleveland sts.te secretary m, springfield, 1600 expected initiated class. pb) doubles .arranged juniors, entries submitted once. crowd record breaker annual community affair success weather smiles ,4 .thought largest attend "the 'wednes day crystal beach. well tilled day, concessionaires business. picnics, mind heat. habit picnic, bad fall festival. system transporting busses worked advantage, gave coming suited them, required certain time, heretofore. program attraction, crowded around arena witness events. event affording amusement spectators balloon-breaking contest bo"ys 14 18 years old. free-for-all finally joe franklin, smallest fight. ho awarded $5 cash efforts, earned it. double first-place milton 100-yard crashes. winners ladles open 100i-yard dash clarence ktlck. 50-yard dash, under 12 stanley stark. 100-yd. 12-16 her bert fuhrman. ball throwing adam relcz. ralph altamarl, 11. youngest baby boy pete attle, 11 days. metzger. tallest farmer oscar allies. oldest woman mrs, hoffman, 82; northelm mclaln, 81; 79. wllmont baker. shortest married mrs cahl. blhls recently couple- mr. harold johnson tug war quarry no. paul katonak. o.e.foster, bltoadoast lahtff orchestra broadcast station wjay tuesday afternoon nt 2:30. buy-used kitchen cabinets. address box kc, care newg-tjmes. itp lorain & trust co. proposes bark beaver court, tangle before township trustees plan aid named depository given permission house numbers curb financial court took council's regular evening. matters lesser importance included night's met matter surface treating back town hall. improve civic pride, center town, vlllago engineers estimate j750 cold patch top tarred slag hall, intersection. project tentatively approved trustees, motion ask bids improvement. divide cost, made. rank drposlloiy telleve stringency village, resolution asking advance $5,-000 distribution, current expenses vlllago. now bank. motion, jan. 1, bonds presented collateral accepted finance instructed survey deposits covering deposits. paint curb, solicit residents. fs black figures white ground. youths makes location houses easier, especially night, 35c home bold. cities. desired mission, return curbs intersections free charge. en tered complaints parking cars across alleyways. refer red action. proposal clean vll lage spring, necessary repairs approved. wed glen eaton, rosencranz, mherst, parsonage congregational church, ttev. eastman officiating. couple bymr. george rosencranz. in'ako farm middle ridge road. anchorage mary martha school church hold ser vices morning an. chorage, lafay. ette stough. girls speak services congregational' begin 9:30, 10:30. pulpit occupied girl?; talk "peace". colonial friday anil saturday norma shearer in, "free soul" "doctor' wives." "aloha." l- deal release amount depositors' involved bankk 1- .i. jj j" ma tic turn noon today announce th ment thnt count, ely contemplated banking here. encouraging peo ple interests community. county, assets $10,-000,000, consummation proposed stabilize vicinity, immense consummated, operated branch concern, available parent desirous willing con summated soon possible. legal procedure through, department, hope ol officials ba end view, forco here, der completed possible speed. statement major fol lows: "l. fauver taylor, representing' co., confer making appraisal object view taking-over part assets, building fixtures. department able arrangement. enable pay substantial dividend depositors claimants within very time." thus, carried stronger before. i). the.'best known bankers state. association, active circles manyi years. l.' director first, law, legislature governing opening operating county-wide c, g, leimbach dies lifelong resident succumbs 77, illness months lost farmers deathi lctm- bach, 77 ha born spenf. his' entire life grange work, pamona grange. lectured farmers' institute. member reformed widow, sons, robert shinrock; daughter, parker lorain; grandchildren; brothers, ver milion lowjs louis; sisters, sophia trlnter elizabeth cleveland, katherlne baxtlne vermilion louise schetde elyrla. funeral wednesday rev. s. i, koyer, pastor burial brownhelm. cemetery. thomas uruno knano children, jersey city, jspi 'snendlllp tuvr ativm lha hahs (f mr, ludwig thomas.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1931-08-06|
|Date of Original||1931-08-06|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1931-08-06 14 36|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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