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the amherst news-times volume xvi, number 29 thursday, june 1, 1933 sandstone center of world - 5 " iwwvuwwvvvvwwwuwi dry forces are going to make a fight matter prohibition repeal. drys have strong organization, and can real it if they decide do so. is our judgment in' that sentiment bo for repeal oppose u ia iioaiobci ti hnrrilv (teems 41, v . , ,r capt. stough honored in annual service amherst's lone surviving civil war vet central figure rev. fr. armitage deuvers address large crowd was on hand participate an- jposslble stop now, though doubtless be delayed somewhat. we believe quickest way get back give .the wet's free swing, .-will hang themselves. course lew years with liquor full swing will turn other way, again see prohibition. seems us this run tuesday, during early morning legionnaires decorated veterans' graves all cemeteries. at 9:45, after two selections sung by junior high girls' glee club, re,v. f. e. eastman from monument honors veterans, "introduced roy jensen, who made keynote speech subject sacrifice, taking as text, "behold, i set land in" cycles, covering periods before you. go possess it.' 2,01 50 each, be- he said sacrifice cause there abuses both end vain unless aides, because opinion so principles fought kept violent each side. continually mind. parade then formed, much fuss being crownhlll ad-over sales tax, sides. j dition school children governor white insists cleveland street cemetery, tax; merchants library, interests opposed it. told enlistment captain far concerned, lafayette 20 at6 tax age, .how walked elyria state proposition. believe, missing train berea however, national 1 where entrained went nearly commodities enlist 128th o. would feasible practical. v. i. sent barracks basis prouucts sandusky later gunboat could taxed source, mississippi, prices lie crew fire boat ti. j. .,1 l n nllnw "eij il uum umug uuijiuieu m an just humans gene carr "there goes daily dozen" "how come?'- "because makes everybody tired!' 28 township 'army" contingent camp knox training supreme court hears arguments status local light plant dispute meats split; lead league beat troxels, lose fisher foods standing mischka 2 bittners lorain billiards ... oberlin fish. foods.. troxels 0 grafton kipton sunday's games 12, 3. 14, 9, 8 (10 inn.) 1.000 .500 .000 got even break played over holiday week-end, winning their tri-county game 14 3 sunday, losing decoration day champion 10 7. tilt dobras pitched good against heavy-hitting cleve-land team but his support cracked wide open unexpected places, thrown away. last year, had comeback year. pounding away mike skryp, former hurler, anally drove him mound 7th frame, getting nine hits off him. didn't let them develop into runs, however. one big, bad inning spelled vic tory cleveland, when mix-1 invocation re manufacturer done retailer. wh'ich evasions reduced minimum, enormous revenue raised, which divided states, much-needed relief given estate. s o twenty eight youths now knox, ky., first stopping place hit wil ill !i 111 iiiiit1k something caji hardly encounter, sam,g forestg pamed w tw rmntipr. cff. while assisting 0mlm)inna ,, nro nw fully enrolled forest army. others passed prelim inary examinations friday, were rejected heme. these weke thomas a. edwards frank koepke. six more boys than originally allotted, failed qualify enough men fill her quota, some taken south amherst. finally accepted were: wm. bor er, leonard grugel, merton hen-son, richard krutch, clarence wounded off, himself hit. saluted, audience rising honor. selection band followed. thanked le gion efforts making services success, also women's organizations. william edwards, hig,h 7 senior, gave lincoln's gettysburg ueposltors 70 ago, vermilion spoke. took along human nature endured hardships hard bear. death cf soldier mo- commitee organized commencement 46 graduate wednesday class diplomas w. fichter try work out plan k banks depositors' committee meeting held town hall auditorium monday evening. called mayor c. stiwald. about 75 depositors present, elected sniythe temporary chairman. stated immediate opening seemed impossible, kind necessary order investigated, plans worked possible. need entire depositors. discussed length, voted 'to 11 amherst, brownhelm named later. nominations membership made, following elected: henry kane, charles good, ed brucker, smythe, mrs. cora barkley, geo. deis- r. tolhurst, dr. g. schaeffer, john nelsen, earl stlwald, l. menz. motion providing any those refuse serve, or disqualified reason stockholders, authority elect successor. understood consideration unsuccessful list nomi nees. the. close meeting, met ..informally, decided hold saturday object officials pt (banks banking department effort open. ouaslmefski. reynold schnltz. al- ther's country freil shai.pi carl kctoswi norman might past 25 been like oligarchy democracy, liberty freedom returning people. should glad nation has not warring nation, net aggressive gain booty. entered war, said, save smaller nations come leader. a'sked ms limit patriotism love coun memorial day, behind difficulties your own community. salute fired, followed taps. "pray prayer lot shrink duty god." eastman. 'high furnished music ser vices. recruited ; minute, city withdrew accept outof-town invitation play. woiczikowski, eric spivok, ralph haas, allen lang, davis thomp son, albert naden; fred balzar, walter gasser, steve horvatli, leland packard, edward schneider, russell wilson, winson, joe shaivra, jamie, boziwitch, martin, stanley ashyk, yar-mock nicholas m. abraham. paul gressler, howard kreeger, tisdale accepted, call taken. rumored satur seven wes.t coast, no definite information out. yout,n teeth, pulled, reporting further examination, accepted. award medals chapel friday sorosls club awarded winners morning. awardeli four students, freshman, sophomore, senior classes, most progress composition selected teachers classes composition. presentation may, representing club. extra! pamiiiy nighix -tonight ' bring whole family admission 25c theatre mary jano red cross flour mission nabakowski washington group sur rounding counties obtain continuance policy supplying through cross. recently issued distribution present supply exhausted. 600 sacks hand, rest township, including be-ing- rate 150 week. government offi cials yesterday 7:45 p. nabakowski, accompanied wife, plane tuesday. decide, attorneys tomorrow morning, proposed special election scheduled 201. smythe law firm harold burton represent vil lage, miller lo rain nicholl, whose name suit filed. major question issue whether ordinance village council proceed erection municipal constitutional statutory one. claim constitutional, such may held. side contend statutory, such, legally another element entering case mandamus asked associates compel clerk chas. file board elections ref erendum petitions calling no-! vember. l'o. allow mandamus, ordinance, once advertise bids plant. writ granted, peti tions filed clerk, vote regular november. only action, matter, likely new county courts latter question. decision handed down several days hearing. three errors push runs. justice meat fielders, committed balls (continued page 3) forty-six .boys girls finish careers next evening, 4gth exercises auditorium. included 4g graduates equal 23 each. member graduating class, james innes, succumbed oppendicitis weeks ago. best scholars stood scholarship standings. cited excellence scholarship. highest beres, doris gaehr, margaret hoyber, frederick wllhelm, ebbs. five honor society, addition andrews, frances sc,haeffer. delivered joseph fichter, assistant director education, talk subject, "the outlook graduates." able speaker, sure tc please expected hand. remainder program follows: processional, a.h.s. orchestra. rickel. naby-his letter girl wanted gen. house take care children. 123 woodhill drive. ltc electrical kepairxng- general household elect. work. radio servicing specialty wilmont baker, ph. 480 mr. hasenpfiug, home-grown hams specialty. dear edward: t,he queen bungalow says: scarcity old shoes year seriously effected crop brides." well, anyway, haven't favorite month, had. think month bugs, roses, pinching hugs, brides, juniper wine, (or once), things. eddie, roses fade, hugs squashed, wine dumped sewer, bride join bridge never seen again, married life, payments, car, forever. lime juno iiridesroom tajces tur bettor woi'be, gets oim she sweet suear, ihat night sugar ferments. win-j, don't know very that, used hear put up opened up, hut mentioned. nowadays fellow takes you around corner says what gcod, himself, night. bugs soon us, buzzing ting smote stomped without seeming mind bug me, appears half-sister grasshopper dandy distance, plumb fool direction. doesn't seem darn. yeah, great things page) manual display turned training; under norwood s. hearn, arranged window ol itea hoiznauer shoe storo week end. exhibit consist variety pieces, show department. nipponese bigger nip swallow. alumni banquet thursday ing, entertainment arranged, mostly humorous nature. talks included, welcoming response. program, dancing enjoyed, krebs day's band, elyria, furnishing tho music. tickets sale, obtained smith, guiselman robert becker, members committee. selections, ivddress, fichter. quartet, greentown, '33, supt. powers. diplomas. clifford, pres., bd. edu. benediction, schmidt. selection, sale kuss drug store. baccalaureate sunday t.he st. peter's evangelical church, daniels delivering sermon. .evening, auditorium, 1)? featured operetta, "miss cherryulossom." cf, are: arthur thomas, president. carlton hodmann, vice pres. eileen finiiemui, sec.-treas. ruth ehrman, borei, doiis fiora sabiers, wilhf-lm, melvin reirhprr, myrtle f'laukliu, rie f.ankl n. harvev albrorht, clayton guild, rose grobe, l'nyil..s salm-r-, shay. wil-i!im t'sjalo. flnrcnre he-1)', (menu blnek- l'o'd, fnrrel finnegin, kovach, ralnli tark, willlnm edwards. fleanor papworth, .mary jana murrav. f-.anl: lach, coi rr.nrc c.! esther krepger, irma mathes. herbert fuhrman, wlma ed'rar, cook, marie lane, catherine bodmann, wards, schaeffer. karessa meitzke, elizabeth handler. fos ter jenne, andrew zvara, louisr k. brucker. frederick. willard mengel. many athletes athletics suffer severe losses result graduating, inasmuch school's year's class. among art stark, arews, andy leon ard cook. football temporarily discontinued, youngsters opportunity little weight gridiron issued. basketball team, although men, still nucleus splendid hoffner, brown, deb young, jim ehrman redman returning. geamr drayage, cartage moving. right. cartage. 609 malh. r spring time screen screens combination storm doors hot weather arrives. phone sizes quick delivery. lumber co. mill ave. ,-i iisf- iv
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1933-06-01|
|Date of Original||1933-06-01|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1933-06-01 16 29|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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