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"fl the amherst news-times volume xvi, number 28 thursday, may 25, 1933 sandstone center of world ,t if i3r applicants for forest army to report friday 29 local youths get examination at elyria y. m. c. a. list is announced by com. township's places in pres. roose-'velt's will their physical examinations 10 o'clock tomorrow morning. was nabakowski, chairman relief commission. contingent meet town hall 9 tomorrow- morning, while south .amherst group same time. transportation be fur nished. were divided into three classes, first, second and third preference. should any those first preference lan pass examin- ation, taken fcy class, or from class it necessary. quota has been placed 22, so that seven . ,, ... u i - left borne. boys must come ready leave directly build-, lng training camp without returning home again, they are accepted. a small suitcase with bhaving kit, comb brush, tooth , ., brush other article which 1 he want take along brought boys. clothing blankets pro- .. tided. go knox, near louisville, ky., where- given conditioning course, before being sent nation's forests six months' work. under direction col. henry hawley, cleveland, united states army. as follows: wm. borer, 1st pref. thomas edwards, leonard grugel, lst merton r. henson, prank e. kccpke, richard f. krutch, james noyes, clarence quashnefsky, p.' lloyd h. rym, pref, renauldh. schultz, alfred j. sharp, carl p. shinskl, norman wolczikowski, ralph t. haas, 2nd ' frank mack, ; herik spivok, allen lang, 3rd ''ralph werner, fred balzar, '.valter gasser, pref.. steve horvath, michael nledoiadlo, alias mike smith, leland packard, edward schneider, russel wilson, wlnson, alex yarmock, nicholas abraham, sabo, total pref., 22.' 3. 4. poppy day saturd'y saturday day, an an- event american legion. all members legion auxiliary who can asked .help selling popples. money goes aid disabled veterans. attend special services next sunday morning tk, memorial evangelical church, beginning 10:30. t6wn not later than bpdy. .eleotiuoaij repairing general household elect. radio servicing specialty wilmont baker, ph. 480 stage play forjospital community players present "ticket man" june 22 "the ticket-of-leave selected players, drama group, presented thursday ftiday nights, 23. proceeds hospital, sorely need funds. four acts, tom taylor. london 1863, ran several weeks playhouse cleveland last winter. there musical numbers, unique scenery, elaborate costuming. picturesque posters planned, displayed etore windows. 25c per person. directed miss margaret rice ruth zilch. draves manager, laurie miller prep erty mildred zilch business manager. cast follows. robert brierly, robertson. jas. dalton, strohmeier. hawkshaw, howard nalley. melter moss, standen. green jones; norwo0(i hearn. mr. gibson, hubbard. sam willoughby, geo. innes. zlnlc emily st. euremond, helen heck mrs. zita lahiif. sharpe, miller. ames' rlcharl ?eye?- l detective, lewis reichert. niloathr.arn1,nb knlhp two- thea zilch, huber, tickets on sale soon, foods lead league leaders trimming baetz dairies tuesday standing w 3 dairies, leutz barbers vermilion brownhelm fisher tasted t'eat time de-the abc playground league, bowing evening, 15 taking advan tage many misplays, dairy team hit jaeger hard coast victory. curiously enough, was- one former john brown, set them back his superb pitching. brown recently traded guild, went hitless, fanning twice. game played night, beat art leutz's 4 close battle. halrcutters 'got but two hits off kemmer. gro- cerymen 5 2 when lee held hits, striking out 17, suing nine bases balls. game, am herst took bill baetz's over, 2. five leading hitters date ate: wohlever, .600. sick, .538 mcqueen, brownhelm' .500 dietrlck, .467 schriner, ."455 kanky frederick, do nated foods, hitting better games. editor here donald webb, news-times, yes terday today renewing ac quaintances old friends -spring paint brighten up your homo dcvoo nnd zinc paint; takes fewer gallons, wears to' years longer, costs less job. let us show you some jobs done satis-fled owners. prices low now. lumber co mill ave. amherst, o. a.h.s. annual largest book yet issued record consist 48 pages colored trim high school annual, year record, press week, most pretentious ever attempted school. this consists cover, finished throughout blue border trim. cover blue, printed silver ink. addition pictures seniors, organizations, athletic teams, custom past, contain every grade school, up, individual faculty members. another new feature insert containing directory alumni a.h.s., 1887. contains names addresses 880 graduates high, valuable reference. cuts running full length page, others outside edge. snap shots students shown. only 300 copies published, anyone desiring copy'should touch staff, office where printed. o making drive .for cold storage co. getting results efforts enterprise going after intensive way thorough canvass entire vicinity made, already reflecting effort. step business, ice company delivering both night n town. during hot weather deliveries made whenever necessary, care emergency cases. service never rendered here. delivery truck purchased, used outlying communities. truck, village, ,has newly overhauled painted, now hav ing finish. cus tomers rubber bag, eliminates chance mess putting refrigerator. bag catches chips water. pick each customer souvenir. supply ordered, customers overlooked canvass. dally surround continued page ""1" 1.1. x vs vj1-. cut orders have received tho comity commission further fail co-opera tlds order state result workers called work rations consumed, then fulling according nnbakow-ski, commission, jtpeat practice bo entirely relief. co-operation sponsoring card party ameroan softbau party, friday, juno 2, k. p, (hall. public invited. p!an depositors' committee plans organization worked out, learned noon. pre liminary meeting depositors banks monday auditorium, 7:30 o'clock. mayor stiwald. invited attend. ganized bank officials, interest protecting open soon possible unrestricted basis. reopening surrounding communities perfected, expected wjll edition meats season victory kipton merchants impressive fashion 10-1 score mischka meats, edition, opened style, ming harris street diamond 0fsc,10l regular intervals 1. lone run unearned. strong enough give real test, showed well balanced outfit, possessing offense defense. weak point defense tiny having few bad days, committing bobbles. pitching dobras highlights game. limited clean, unearned run, very balls infield. got inning, advantage numerous mixing runs. men base errors, walk, fourth pitched ball force run. following fly outfield came straight ingles, runs scored. don wasem relieved whittled point, good eighth ould un. eighth, however, balls, followed suby's right field accounted more circuit clout gave suby homer triple day. kipton's lene doubled, error, crossed tthe plate davis down between second. troxels troxels, teams doped toughest competition league. brazis clothes field. best year's attractions. scheduled ago, postponed because wet half schedule remainder half: oberlin foods. troxels. bittners grafton. city billiards kipton. bittners. billiards, bye. 11 grafton amherst. oberlin. 18 billiards. oberlin, 25 (continued two) ahs again accredited rating assn. continuously since 1916 north central colleges secondary schools. word effect officials associa tion week. credited association 191g, passing significance. considered accrediting highest schools "ap proved authorities. also, standards respect equipment, records, require ments. advantages are: privileged enter entrance examinations; assur ance diplomas acceptable boards granting certificates various professions. approved maintain high-standards; thus assured program modern education. spectors supervisors serves stimulate progress. 5. acccredited enjoys greater prestige country ithere fore finds easier attract non resident pupils; g. patrons con fidence in, generally willing support, s. planning rites parade, speaker music mark holiday exercises including addresses, me-1 mortal observance emetery preceded arade veterans, lodges, j gold star mothers oth- ers march. paraders form promptly 30 m.. march cemetery. parade represented patriotic fraternal organiza hons upon arrival cemetery graves decorated. completed singing america, schaub introduce rev. e schmidt, deliver me morial address. prayer offered fogel. band furnish observances awards elden joint 6 elmer johnson post make nual presentation parochial schools, annually 8th boy girl exemplify qualities honor, character, ability patriotism. elden, stato nation al leader, principal address evening. intro duced smythe; .... selections program. pub lie, large crowd desired. drayage, cartage moving. rlgit am-herst cartage. so. main. announce decoratian arranged complete amherst's wero week charge exercises. rooms legion-nalres active decorating veterans' cemeteries care. soldiers died major conflicts lio these resting receive attention 9:45 a.m., preceding short eagle front hall. roy jensen, pastor m; speak glee club sing. main proceeding line extends crown-hill cemetery, held. leaving crownhill marchers main, franklin court, marching east church st., children. chil dren. proceed picking pupils en route continuing reform ranks west spring stopping library fr. armitage, vermilion, lawn. introduced eastman. furnished club, sing selections. speakers' stand eastman father armitage capt. lafayette stough, surviving civil war veteran, earl lineup proper fellows: g.a.r. colors massed, band, vets, spanish women's corps, span-ish.-american auxiliary- cars. foot ltead- ed follow- e(l auxiliary. di rcctly behind firemen, eagles drill team, eagles' auxiliary, drilll pythian sisters, children, brennen marshal bruce, commander, naby-his letter wesbecher, wesbecher hdw. dear hank: queen bungalow says: "any cat cat's whiskers, torn paw." well, hank, dreamed heaven stopped information desk registration, name my earth. "a sheet metal man," replied, 'and know z. fellow hardware store " clerk interrupted ''i know, mind competitor now, just ex cuse moment until tell manager about this. important." waiting, could help but. n'ptic,q manifest force. .were peering roe around corner. seemed curiosity. nervous suddenly burst office, excited clerk. toward pago 2)
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1933-05-25|
|Date of Original||1933-05-25|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1933-05-25 16 28|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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