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j, r, '5 . v - ' cu r' .- a 'v rts. -6 ,7 .5- .4 l 4i mx; mtptkw & km mr mil the amhi-tt nnn ce. volume ttv, number 27 one of phases depression generally overlooked is domestic phase., we learned this week that thero la more trouble between husbands and wives now than usual, there are marriages on verge divorce during ordinary business periods. only moments consideration necessary to see cause condition. where unemployment time hangs heavy their hands, they become ir-titable, complain about lack income, with in no mood accept criticism. it most unfortunate condition, but which both husband wife should be patient endeavor situation from other side fence as well his own. lorain county's next representative general assembly, whoever lucky candidate viy be, suggest bounty tttjmaced all after-dinner speakers.vhere source revenue that't,j,sn't been tapped. captain robert dollar, who died at age 88ril day, was great men. world. poor scotch boy, he came america, worked canadian lumber camps, tho united states head own business, needed ships carry dib lumber, so bought them operate himself. largest individual shipowner world when died, were run old-fashioned system under which, if nobody else had return cargo for them, would buy shipload merchandise owner's account. "never come home ballast," hls.tules captains. another was, cheat chinaman." lost gave .him preference chinese ports over shipping lines. originated idea around-the-world tours every two weeks starts out voyage around rigid honesty minute attention detail keynotes dollar's success. has yet discovered any better way getting ahead seems there's will break it. man barber shop '.says: "things bad day while i taking up collection, someone took decoy." "the first shall last flrst"-whlch hold some consolation tor cardinals, athletics, qtantb, mischka meats. , can't help wonder '-clarence darrow clever enough win an acquittal hawaiian ukelele. wall street chieftains bay without short selling stock exchange could not exist. 'is simply reason abol ishing selling. king george's crown given cleaning spring since 1839. can understand what may have prompted old saying "v".easy rests wears crown," or whatever was. attend reunion dr. mrs. h. w. powers spend week-end detroit, attended polar bears association. organization made survivors north tcus sla expedition. impressive memorial services held sunday white chapel park honoring returned dead russia ralph pow ers. former amherst casualties expedition, whose body ed burled there. principal address de livered by hon. wllber m brucker, governor state michigan. new milk prices oc qt., dc pt., cash account baetz zimmerman dairies compete kith' com-' petklve prices. jj fievu amjaerf meats even hoi- iday games lose, nativities sunday, trim democrats deco- ration go wellington play broke played holiday. league game 3, turned republican monday hungarian democrats, 10 1. nat being protested, however, because ninth inning. nativity archie bartlome pitched meat uniform, season. support bad, responsible defeat, runs direct results hits, archie's wlldness. faster, fielding triple, scored three plays later. result, tri ple double into trees second. tuns fifth walk, hit batsman, infield out. five errors committed meats, did contribute scoring. settled down intho sixth, al low four innings, damage done. collected eleven hits off tusko, after out, spectacular support. got inning domlnski opened single, stole second hutting's dou ble. seventh threaten seri ously, nings victims breaks prevented victory. syrowskl rob bed qleason, up, miraculous catch deep short. wragg popped short, singled. then lifted right dropped through open space hands field er. eighth hutton tiny schrlner singled stole, brown, batting jenkins, shot single seoond scoring runners. ninth, do mlnski walked. left, went third, called altho third baseman ball. ended game. real spree, un usual occurance far year. going on, jlmmle keenan turning pitching effort, setting run, whiffing eight. innings allowed bit third. coming with' down, scored. addition pitching, trees. combination brown effectively hoped problem has. solved. contributed bart, each two. alone failed safely, bat "was needed. place eagles. lose put tie cellar poslton. end round, lorain. pennzolls front defeats. beware typhoid season wanderlust thousands "hitting trails," seeking enjoyment courting nature outdoors. word warning issued director ii. o. southard department health germs protect yourself against them. spread person means ot water, milk, fingers, flies food. case contracted tne mouth substance con taminated organ isms. inoculation' best preventive' measure. itrain wrecks' ! car, driver iff merely scratched having car completely wrecked n train escaping few cratches experience youth named peck, clyde, o., evening. graduate oberlin college, reunion, crystal bench nil-iiunl picnic. lcuvitt rond crossing york central lie stopped await passing frcigtlt train. passed, started across, seeing frantic waving track, swung ills parallel clear, fast passenger him. manner thrown slightly dazed. brought hospital zilch ambulance, mcqueen found serious injuries. peck taken bcllc-vue morning. fittingly observed music, parade talks com prise s observance here ob served appropriate program, considerable proportions. amherst's lone surviving civil war veteran. l. stough, honor throughout ceremon ies. buddy, comrade adams, departed past graves various cemeteries decorated early followed service eagle monument, music bands, high school girls quartet. j. smythe monument erected eagles village tespond. introduced rev. f. e. eastman, likened solidarity people our country sandstone granite built. following parade, visited cemeteries, scene shifted library lawn, main address. smythe, talk, stated, part, "most us llvo die, forgotten. fallen sol- dlers always remembered, honored, once year." a. hunter, pastor, delivered address, well-chosen words. hunter stated gathered boys need. cited washing ton roosevelt examples those lives ease take arms defense country, typifying spirit america. "we must willing make sacrifice stint ideals these supremo sacrifice?" speaker concluded. salute fired, capt. stough intro duced, receiving plaudits crowd. vets wars applauded, closing services. o local dies 86 frank ray, set' tiers, succumbs saturday 86, member community's oldest families, south born kay farm town, lived until years ago, retired. parents built log cabin farm. deceased immediate family, leaving nieces nephews, residing amherst, brownhelm, lakewood, cleveland. funeral conducted tuesday afternoon home, eastman officiating. burial cleveland remetery. amhatt. q. tlw cluzuenge initiate class seven sandusky degree team candidates, known "earl stiwald class," initiated aerie work, line fashion, making showing. .the drill accompanied team, exhibition entertainment 150 present. bill sudro "7-cum-il" orchestra, elyria, entertained comedy. fish fry closed session. visitors present sandusky. announce drive meeting "back prosperity" announced national campaign members. prizes awarded winners campaign. also petitions bo circulated fall requesting reconsideration pension legislature. matthew lawless elected delegate convention lima, starting improvement nearly completed remodeling town hall auditorium, opera house, almost completed, fin' lshlng touches, painting dec' orating remaining complet ed. surprise store fire trap. mill hollow garden opening (thursday) evening fashioned dances, ii ayes timers. hurt- lome's string ticklers. bakery tv news-times thursday, june 2, 1932 "you -the biggest min. irttke vorjd voudildo nothing ? dozen traffic net cases como $2 law. violators keeping tlio mayor busy evenings appointments him police oill-cers. many big howl putting $2, consent rather tluin procedure provides fine costs. rtiwald revealed practically out-of-town motorists, indicating drivers believe signs, rate. foster aged 84 bora raised vicinity; spent entire life spending vicinity, 0. passed away ridge road wed nesday. 65 house died. farming. 111 several months, ho active overseeing work. survived ono son, f'oster, pobtmaster; daughter, jack barkley amherst; brother, n. f foster, sister, ella hutton. friday nt 2 o'clock, interment crownhlll cemetery charge halter. canada's appeal tourist easy accessibility its recreational areas. albert t. reid money time, knowledge, public schools close sufficient funds meet cur-rent bills, avery, clerk board education, yesterday. efforts arc raise outstanding debts, members io know tills tlmo coining from. regular ing hired miss florence bodmann fill final vacancy teaching start, rehired janitors, fred bergor carl schlefler- steln. suc ceed iona kaser, re signed. bids year's coal sup ply received 27. paying dividend banking began morning distribute checks representing stockholders creditors savings co. based amount due. payment result borrowing $43,000 county trust undor provisions law rocent special session btate legislature, permission borrow assets bank liquidation wore granted common pleas court tuesday. obtained rooms today, saturday, office floor building thereafter. parks withdrawn exploitation aro preserved virgin beauty wlldness, purposes pleasure recreation, expect 2500 jof 45th annual commencement wednesday prof. lowry, wooster uive idol" 40 seniors 4gth diplomas. baccalaureate auditorium henry abram delivering sermon. arranged. english college. subject idol." senior recently society: margaret borger, theresa dybinskl, marie wilhelm, mary nord, virginia wesbecher richard baetz. berger, valedictorian, scholarship blutt-ton college toward her standing. program follows: processional, "war march," orchestra. invocation, james lyon. selection, "nightfall," glee club. idol," 11. f'. english, music. presentation study club award, i. hubbard. 1932, marlon steele. diplomas, ( cooper, president, education. benediction, fr. elschen. "down campus," graduating milton, nabakowskl, president; schulz, vice presi dent; uerger, secretary-treasurer; kenneth alexander, davles, minnie attic, earl schroeder, battelle masters, erma borman, wil helm, donald qulselman, edwin segert, mildred wragg, leroy rahl, catherine henson, kelly, marian wltte, george cox, baetz, esther joseph, dorothy fullmer, wesbecher, dellefleld, nelbon raesler, ruth hermann, boyce, helen bortner, wilbur bohley, lois stiwald, william tlsdalo, krutch, harsar, norberta davis, tommy werner, leotl marshall. legion committee desires thank donated cars, speakers, firemen. teams, mr. teachers, messrs. balrd brucker the'dec-orntlons, r. menz smith co., others co-operated aided pro- gram. poppy unusually successful, wishes worthy cause. chas, kendelgh, commander elmer johnson post, extends thanks committee, auxiliary, co-operation ceived day. .meeting pott evening, beautifying slmonljng upholstery top dressing wheels pointed try complete job bpectal. wagner-ebertol call 7503 rates center qe tj elaborate preparations $35 gold prizes'. baking contests formally lud- wlg thomas, proprietor, mak plans largo expected visitors. thousand throng place, advantage generosity host. judges bread caking announced. steele, principal; hearn, mestic science instructor, president entries 3 o'clock afternoon, change original plan, set deadline 7 o'clock. judged 5 home-made sponge cako, witn contest, totalling 3e. gold, 2.50. cakes entered .jvlll cod-to-tho community chest. feature added giving free balloons children. hours 12 man, woman child en tire trading territory invited attend. everyone attends something. favors, refreshments gifts provided for. tickets 24 huge joy balls opening, and; drawings at, various"' times eyenlng de. cldo wno gets nana. jtu dancing building, company. 14 ago ludwlg proprietor bakery, october, 1918, fourteen ago. doubled first, shown gradual increase time. normal times, ex pects output. thomas affairs ohio eaters' assn., regularly meetings body. plant consists -ot salesroom, room struc ture, formerly occupied quality chevrolet bales, inc. remodeled re-finished suit needs plant. delivery trucks load side, street. part large two-story structure brick, tile concrete, rear butld- inc omiriiiv nranrnni i'nt4 l- basement used storing coal, coke, etc. story ,.t..l j f? tin rnn mn nnnr inn nairinr r uuuiuineul. uia&mk uu lub una- t 1 q nynna, thnu tuhn ntfnnrt 9 ...ill v. '! tunlty modern equipment producing finest baked goods. rooting sheet metal including installation ventilator system, done nabakowskl "naby" probably contractor kind state. ha handles work buildings. fur- nlshed paint inside outside hardware contract 'for plumbing plato supply furnished brick structure. electrical lehman electric service, installed fixtures; cement farmers' elevator b-room hqtjsb -rbnt nicely furnuk4ih soar.., garage. rent reasdiume. iaq. hotel., '.,t e 7m, iij t,
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1932-06-02|
|Date of Original||1932-06-02|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1932-06-02 15 27|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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