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- f at j" scat gvvl fo7'lkfene'job work' hce that are f?r w j ' reasonable, ice , the amlient newt co. -,, i nbw'imes7 'amhb8t jl jtllv wft south" am hrt mel " xih f. brtwhlm t;. ;-, i2k"- v 11 1 m 7 iirfts vilume xiv number 41 14 ww b a nr i'm vifil $v. of fievu ?, 'a .... . 5 amhepst'6., thursday, sept. 10, 1931 w.4 ?t, n "tryli sandstone center world" is.-.'. people hardest tblbga ftja! aili-do things various times 'for yjnlch ,we ourselves cannot '4 'account' the' most .recent thing brltiga this matter to mind has tb.do wtlh, the, bank cloalng here. state banking ''department has. sent out repeateu notices by different means for people" tondpt dlllorentmeans requesting depos-ltors and' others, file claims theaiwiint due them. date only llftfe,' more than half, hare been tiled, and cfnly el week remains in which fill ,oltthe, papers. "whether it is because do' not understand, do" want helr money, or what we loss xinderstand, ura .,.111 ttn. &lg & y. -however, andcthat'-is when first dividend...,! declared large" majority those will be after ( their money; hc. raise. ablgj rumpus they find can't get if, it' amusing how like ;; watch other work. s are' included among many lo- s3v." f''ca.l people, who have wafch- jng' workmen making : 'changes on amherst sayings 'building,' soon be- o'ccii-. -; -..plod, -by1 ihe lorain county sav-i .i'jlngs trust 'wherever occu--, 'pled tasks plain view, sure .be 'watched scores people., just characteristic us humans; suppose. 400 candidates petitions break all records county; brings total over 500 t-2 working girl marries jobless man multiplies her trou bles divides income. .we were youngsters, remember how' our parents ''gjandparents-usedi tell cheaply used 'buy mer-: chandlse kinds. father used- about ." time he buy eggs 4 10"c -dozen less, proportion. t- now, older, children grow up, can k- boastfully say, "why, re-; .member peaches sold -bpc bushel, back 1931," or, '""we te( sell wheat 40c depression 1931' speaking of, peaches, "and fruits kinds,, long since there such superabundance as ;is year. suppose ; preachers .are baying the. good .' '' lord gave large crops yearas gift to. unemployed, -and perhaps aren't wrong. problem confronting unemployed.'however, where small amount money needed purchase bountiful fruit. an unfortunate -our economic system, does provide -means whereby surplus could turned 'the, needy. -. know some families r taking advantage sup-' ply' prices putting up enough last couple .years.' -not. ,a. ba'd 'idea, should say. and, advertisers, ''it paye- thrifty." t accepting faith theory age wisdom still younger chan we' look. 'we saw football game 01 me season jasi nigni, ana 'served whet appetite keenly approaching season. -there something foot ball gives -a thrill spectator supplied no sport. whether personal,- bodily contact, per feqtly co-ordinated team play, decide, but eyor is, seems raore'.attractlon any sport, although must admit, wife bear we, considerably attract ed athletic game, you never miss much keeping away from excited crowd e6rner. "v ... prefer waiting un- tt before subscribing to-me tnougnt mat tsn everything. tiled village, city township offices deadline 6:30 p. m. friday, largest ever offices, boards education political subdivisions, trustees, justices peace, constable, cases village officials. addition time, 86 primary elections lorain, blyrla, oberlln appear ballots county, face voters november mre five hundred. board w. o. nord harold r. penton. tow.vship justice peace: c. e. cooper, j. smythe, stlwald, a. engle; constable: ii. mays, earl white, wm. miller; trustees: henry brandt, edward h. brucker, ward tolhurst, whlton, prank lapp; clerk: -l. moeblus, nelson pippert; education: penton, alma b. bauer, bird richmond, fred snyder. soutli mayor: john" schaub, allsop, walter gasser; treasurer: n". q. townsend, allen thompson; marshal :r. jones, meacham, christ fahrney; council: john wagner, springer, kolb, albert schneider, wlnson, .moser, ..garland, thompson, jacob oleason, chas. nickel, duncan; educa tion: -wm. slack, moore, paul mori, becksteln. brqwnhelm town ship' mcqueen, lloyd bacon, l. lelmbach; k. llndsley; con stable: schmalz; brandau, bechfel, love. democrats big rally tifi vacation casualty list afbert ti letd 100 meet miller home wednesday attendance welner roast reld evening william miller, seeley avenue.. both men women members party present. main speaker occasion was van oster, elyrla, democratic candidate mayor of- elyrla. two elyrla also spoke, mrs. ella woodruff nettle hansman, latter president women's club .short talks then given local ticket. meeting held landscaped hollow miller's home. enter oberlin college tolhurst .menz drawn duty petit jury! scheduled 21. arthur engle south herst grand ury. it- braun, franklin ave., amherst, enrolled freshman fall. 'while huttonlocker, sophomore, transferring bluff-ton college. one ot oberlln's class year, scholarship student take part week, begins september 18. days set apart freshmen arrival test body, order new students may havean opportunity become acquainted with surroundings another. during registration kju completed "scholastic aptitude" tests health examinations given. introduced buildings, resources 'faculty, idea customs requirements life. jury open sunday tigers play sea son next sunday, being opposed western heights "11" -the start 2-30, player, field. o person chew green corn kick it, worth while lite. service young evangelical church attend coming year conduct worship school sun day morning, 13, pastor, rev. rlckel, preach special, sermon at. morning 10:30 ,o'clock. sub ject: inner vision'. t'evangellcal extends splendid group voting best, wishes happy successful!! efforts prepare for' larger donald ludwlg entering wooster college, huttonlcher, laurie naomi ruth; katherlne schmit-kons, schmltkons, mildred zilch, ruth robert zilch attending -.college oberlln, dorothy meltlke falrvlew .hospital cleveland. named commission eagles great deal pride recent appointment hoov er conrad mann mem bership president's nation al committee unemployment relief. recognition humanitarian fraternal eagles. managing organizer order. mann's record individual citizen filled make lot woman better, according .eagle officials.. dl rected accomplishments lodge. cluding establishment mothers day; movements old wanted bicycle, 2 tires 28-ln. wheel. quire james innes, crosse st. a.r. hospital confined hospital, recuperating emergency operation tor hernia. satisfactory progress, expected hos pital period weeks. wed wedding took place saturday forest park, 111., united people. bride florence tol hurst, daughter mr. groom neldlng, i.'.nd sebastian neldlng murray ridge. methodist parsonage, using single ring ceremony. cere mony witnessed sisters bride, la rue blddlnger middle ridge, alfred dechamps, park. 6 o'clock dinner followed ceremony dechamps. graduated high 1924, attended church. bridegroom master north grange, employed oil menz weds lto gbldderf fold timers" re- tonight iukn u uiap1u bathe meats organize plans season; about. 27 tnoeting.ig night, ".the iqcal independent t6anl -v)llbb organ-ized. made ap proaching rooms, atl interested asked attend., -x4 almost certainly bo represented season, even better several now players already expressed desire here, probably opportunity. practices ing wttli 27. rush work building ifop' (o oct. lj call ak"i fur filing menz, married berea eleanor young, formerly "miss lorain". performed parsonage scott, lorain. accompanied mrb. matron honor, ray kane, best man. wedding, breakfast bridal served clevelarftl following service. left toronto mo honeymoon. upon return reside amherst. 99 years ,01d, boasts 50,000 graduates! ,twp- that( puzzle;, tho rayerage -husband: hls-vwlfe p- iu another room door shut, discover f; .just comfortably settled himself tolrea'dand how. she "can possibly think, she. wants founded ninety nine ago, .is oldest co educational states. first' colleges existence grant full degree well men. three degrees arts aug ust, 1841, country. present em rollment around 1650; teaching staff 160. represents approximate ratio teacher every ten students. offers degree, liberal arts, music, theology. obtain de gree, fitting them directly teaching, courses eligible graduate schools law, medicine, etc. theology beginning, always been, known center, enlightened pro gressive religious thought. conservatory music grants, degrees, cache lor ot, bachelor music. fits further study j.f -concert ensemble 'work', private teaching; second ii pensions; stabilization employment, others. ohio aerie assist organization agalnbt .industrial injury death. announced collect) o'fers stll dents ober- w, lawless, secretary lln surrounding towns aerie. omce deiug so annual series 'outstanding re-iu? rco the- stare so-- tou hv ortut. nnt nnnor- retary aid o: tunlty hear well-known speak f-i-. done -around house, 'in, public schools. era questions day. artist helfitz, claire, dux, iturbl, tibbett. causey conferences twice bring four distinguished lecturers session current ec onomic social issue; kell lectures annually maii recognized scholarly attainment. department fine arranges monthly ex hibition, public, paintings, drawings, sculpture contemporary artists. graduates mllliken, physicist winner nobel prize; haskell, editor kansas star; late sen ator theodore c, burton; col. claude blrdseye, chief topographical engineer states geological sur vey; nathaniel dott, musician composer. founding 1833, trained body eo.oootmen claims, see put through. 'this protect claimants against delay settlement claims. decent convention weut favoring continuance fight pension law moran, dressler colonial "politics" marie dress ier colotnal picture full-fledged star. comedy drama dressier plays housewife ""who, goaded action conditions town, runs mayor, organ-1 marriage cella katonnk, t. slmslk, recently. lutheran parson here abram george katonak whom arc maiuuaqe licenses zlllyet, 35, quarry man, edith stelnke, 40, applied license wed. martin, 29, machinist, brown, 23, granted cense saturday. great-aggregation forraec stars x ujl win two, lose holida r-r much, heralded tween mlschka timers sun- dityi 'flirt's looidng forward expectantly oppdrtuhlty-ofseelng- their' favorites action. mgr. lelmbach gathered together assault meats. insists emphat ically 'has beens", inferred him, aro prime. wo. 'ng- tliem hard, removed kink sys tems. returning diamond fray 'jake" former star sacker university; jimmy keenan, archie bartlome, wohlever, bill chlsholm, clay hutton, elmer ilolle, qua schrpeder, pete cahl, brown., do catching ilolle bartlome prepared mound duty. price 25c everybody. wakkman labor double beader wake- red caps, score 1, and" .second 5. clouted 13 hits each lnj eluding doubles. berk, voluntary retire ment weeks, came shape collected six trips plate, hutton got 10 tries, fritz nine. barck caps check, touched hits. sharp hits, wildness errors mada close. jumped carl ment, received try cleveland indians, drove him box batter, frame inning accounted runs. friday pretty w,i atop. pushed rapidly remodeling front savings build preparation institution savingb branch bank. business aa completed, unless contractors unlooked ob stacle. rest room, stairway mezzanine floor torn out, windows installed ing. entire inside redecorat ed. officials halt filed deposit ors far, remind residents l.i particl pate dividend. everyone claim bank, either posltor otherwise, nave his recog nized. quiet peter's evening, catherine brown became mar tin. schmidt officiat margaret wash ington street, frank martin hazel street. ll.mr setting dyeing 3o without smc 52(1 jackson concert orchestra izes vote drives gangster rule. polly moran manager anil aide battle. stars, rosco' ates seen comic barber, karen morley, recently "never twain shall sleet," bakewell romantic leads, mlljan, noted "the secret six," ruler. spots include dressler's dramatic denunciation crookeil rimnaitrn bnnn (n h hoe.m rally; 75,000 defiance gang leader, feb. 16, 1932. has' attempt husbands called ruins dayton, bojmarle'8 s"eech' h-er retaliation st, drive. presidents subordinate aeries meeting. women. fall 1933 vthe plans' greaf three-day celebration, honor .herlfloth anniversary, monday .of men's association wiu henrietta church, ladles serve .the ladles. sixty seventy pected .to speaker. hart, cleve land,- engaged speaker, subject town." mr.' hart t-i- .'i-il.i.i1-.iii. calling strike husbands, comical torchlight procession, formation vigilance committee, arguments between herself moran. story screamingly tunny, tense dra matic moments disclose character actress compelling force. produced lavishly larest exterior sets built hundreds) pear rallies spots. rent b-room fur. -or unfurt strictly modern. .with garage'. apply hotel. cancert beginning 7:30. under leadership qarthe. orchestral numbers instrumental solos duets. program follows: allegiance s. zamecnlk sweetly solemn thought .. ambrose messenger march. barnhouse flute violin -duet qolondrlna minuet antique -paul schmltkons spring's awakening bach jumping jack crelghton nicholas night overture organ solo vision ..relnberger meltzke lost chord sullivan volga aklmento sky wercsley trombone pleiades smith edwin ped offensively, had scored sew game. builders burgett errors, ninth inning. poulson, relieving fifth inning, pitched ball, credit victory bad support failed him. ha hit innings pitched, fanning batters time. poulson fanned eight straight sixth lnn'ng on, getting side vent li frames, eighth. ftrlkcs llurgott 'rhtli, ho hltn little roller preventing "red" fnnnlni; nil row. in' favor (full opened. looked bag. going along nice ly danovlch, .afe brown's low throw first. gray bit beat nis bunt brown. wide throw, guild, runners wont third. horntck hut ton bean third out. krleg singled danovlch tleing run. went futile plate. jenkins roller,- safo. melcarek walked, filling bases. stefon-ik unassisted. scoring. fanned. freely. buret song lark wellesley cavalry charge gotten right hts support. personnel df.lthe vfrllns -"karessa meltzke, lange, llla muth, beverly bruce; flutes schmltkonsv hmer rlckel; saxo-phones.-dorolhy cladde rahl; schmlt1 kons. t-! 'rubber .three wtt, off until fourth, hit, gormley, batsman sacrifice fly, tntai "n n...i.i auu uiuiu uui-a. irviu ik .i- ,'l
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1931-09-10|
|Date of Original||1931-09-10|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1931-09-10 14 41|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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