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nr4 the amherst news-times wi do our paw volume xvi, number 10 thursday, february 1, 1934 sandstone center of world sol t oeems by alfred biggs now york: edition a well-known almanac in its 114th year publication days: "inith first quarter great and ave-inspirlng earthquakes are threatening california eastern india, near calcutta." this prediction was printed published 1933 on sale. united press news report dated calcutta, january lioth, says, part, "reports reaching calcutta today from devastated state bengal, indicate that recent earthquake is one most stupendous human tragedies modern times, with 20,000 persons dead ruined cities." mere coincidence or it really possible to forecast events study stars? same eaid: "now york will have terribly cold destructive snow blizzard." well, about two weeks ago we had new blinding blizzard lowest temperature record. spring fjuarter 1934, also "the position workers fast becoming imnrnctical impossible." intelligent observers trends need no tell them that, but followng prophecy bo interesting cheek up later. "these conditions create problems central states l". s. a." shakespeare said: "there more things heaven earth than dreamt your right." apart altogether any prophetic which can take as many pinches salt suits taste, does seem gradually evolving into era. old intense in-dustiialization, vast profits were used few exploit many, ready crash 1914. war postponed collapse current depression, so seems, .marks end. millions people who lost possessions, whose lives been robbed theirx birthright happiness, asking. why should be spent seemingly unending struggle subsist? good fullness yields sufficient for every being ample food, clothing shelter. what's wrong system?" era dawn, although stormclouds still cover sky, answer question. pffcthe present adult population may not l'vo seo question fully answered, wo part say, .with robert louis stevenson, "it better journey hopefully arrive." tempest discussion opposing schools thought lack raging !in public birth con-tral sterilization. religious .element enters difficult writer see what has religion. aduced before meeting psychiatric association civilized paying five billion dollars care mental defectives. he would 1 bold partisan declare o. k. less an authority mr. justice holmes, supreme court, once all if, instead waiting execute degenerate offspring crime let starve thoir own imbecility, society prevent those manifestly unfit continuing their kind." much sterilization, laws favoring already statute books twenty-seven states. , call they will, long brings some measure happiness relief desire- useful work, immunity needless enxiety, enjoy companionship acceptable friends. undoubtedly tide flowing toward that. waves economic maladjustment italcen individually, discouraging. are, after all, incidental in, inflowing eventually bring us happier life. chevroletdealer takes name l. chevrolet 'sales officers former company a. chosen amher3t dealers. company, formerly known ap schlbley motor sales co., inc., hereafter i l sales. directors newly formed conducting change having made only, personel. are: leppere, president; e. leppere vice w. j. leppr.re. secretary-trpasurer general manager, owners operators means automobile business chevrolet, hav ing connected lorain county over twenty years handled elyria seven years. personel chievirioret include harold caves salesman assistant manager miss edna menz bookkeeper. employees recognized associated quality iales, .the dealership. continue carried location church st., building purchased hugh gawn 1926 owned leppere. display at show rooms--and you cordially invited ito them. play guest club begins rehearse "they impression" play, impres sion" given day, march 12th. rehearsals ave held, characters' taken mrs. james nicholl, c. alexander, penton, h. gilman, beach, foster. lucy roemer director. last monday's home foster topic was, "a handicraft nation machine world." read paper "mexico" stewart chase, several short poems richard masefield gillman. john ludwig hostess next 19th, "hebrew contributions civilization." members were: may-me blum, mr3. jay gillette, gillman, harry leuz-le-r, ada purcell, powers, f. r. wesbecher, hostess, missionary meet afternoon congregational held tho parsonage eriday eastman hostess. candlemas day ba celebrated st. josop's friday,-with high mass 8 ra. sunday baize's observed blessing following m. mass, 3:45 c:45. there log cabins left men born in. just humans "i school?" forgot my books!" vaudeville promises laughs gloom-chasing numbers benefit school go way, gloom! make way foi laughter! off frown, you, put smile! won't under command, you'll naturally laugh. isn't exactly 'all-school vaudeville' staged thursday presented school, thing. 'is variety program there-cord, gym beginning 7:30. committee charge, consisting murray, rice, hearn, epply, .miss ehr-man, smith, lot during evening, j word it's kind production regret mi&sing if don't go. includes numbers: overture .... orchestra f . t. g. broadcasting station 3 grades-tap dance yvonne mcqueen monologue geoffrey monger alice wonderland 4th 5th grades wrigley's follies junior sernade.. quartet boys minstrel skit dark knights double -- sabiers, cox, jones, drechse, earl rockwood nord, humorist song review ..high pullman, musical panto-mine alumni troubles mose carl lakot-cky kelleher specialty alma masters rich man. poor man act drama class methodists chose 2 lay delegates egpland delegate methodist church, henry kolb south attend annual conference september. election sunday. axtel elect delegate, three select represent entire district. baby girl caves, genial salesman, feeling rather "chesty" week, well might week him pound girl. both mother ate doing well. no, never saw dream wllk-ing, seen nightmare' galloping. gene carr ct u football return jhscussed board education pay teachers week's salary year? answered education, nord george work superintendent fred powers. sport discontinued because financial probi lems. teachers, account middle" january, also" voted hoard. minor repairs tne done daily cwa workers. planed down re-finished tops desks (hp hall, repairing on' boy's toilets, washed painted walls ceiling other improvements. considerable powers hoping projects. these raising stage platform foot washing painting m-'terior. hopes hav. tables built biology science room permit removal arm-desk' chairs room. included his list projects door through wall back furniture removed without lifting auditorium, footlights portable section stage. bv secured permitted repairs. father-son dinner planned group brotherhood pe'er's evangelical banquet wednesday, tth. expecting expected register earle kane frederick berger evening. tickets evtnt sold, offering received. speaker rev. zwilllng luke's cleveland. entertainment given. give athletic third seriis dances saturday night eagle's hall. until lent. music furnished ihe pajama girls. best avoid hahlt letting others thinking us. they're around when needed most. fails heed father's warning little buddie kingsley warned father creek, only g grown folks can't expect tots age remember neighbors butchering pigs nearby buddie's curiosity got him. ho went creek. point where stood bridge, couple water bridge away. place, dry summer, neighboring farmers dug out creek bottom could their, cattle there. makes deep filled. close water's edge. slipped. icy body 4j4 5 feet deep. sister she tried save resisted her efforts. margaret george, 13 thore. gone plunged grabbed fellow pulled out. then remembered told there-and afraid homo dry, warm clothes. sent for. "i'm mighty glad boy," said daddy. "he certainly drowned her." paralysis colds, sore throat headaches, says "infantile disease lias yet learred about, " declared dr. paul colgrove, oberlin, talk president's ball tuesday night. or. colgrove traced history ailment discovery europe - day. century since case recorded actual germ net found, nor method ot traveling community community. contracted mouth ncse travels system reaches brain. de stroys tissues cause paralysis, destroyed fhey -ire regained permanent results. throat, headaches setting latter. "not definitely established doctor know exists patient," said. unlike dieases infantile neither man's ailment. apt strike rural sections segregated sections. reoccurs person form epidemic time. dr explained springs abundance heated 88 degrees temperature, available, swimming bathing helpful patient. valentine party queen esther hold partv vlfgin'fa stevens, west decision corrine stang. sunday's social hour spent. attending planet springer, donola brill, hilda scharelm, betty kreeger, virginia irene stang, lucille kreig teacher, kreeger. drew crowd hundred time birthday all." clause bit sterotyped, aptly expresses aro using here. attended received biggest twenty-five cents worth ever received, pleased evening opened local entertainment. bjr playing, "hail chief, president," written expressly occasion lamm, kenneth lee, elyria. piece played elk's elyria, dedicated president roosevelt. followed, guitar duet don turner jim abraham; tap mcqueen, hilly-billy songs organ clarence gerber, boys, "wimpy neverr winypys" burst laughter once. spr ke paralysis. dance! mu.sic i'ajama girls! mod;-, ern mixed dances, everybody ii' sam lawless, donnelly whom did missd must lie home. ed brucker rn 11 nrl tliovn li lei vntflrn n vln : iv m nrt'i s wiiii uuc stepping whirled liked it. event gallant tribute among six thousand towns cities simularly hi3 b r h d ay vo rsa y initiated arie eagles orgjn'zations town part. v. baker chairman; clayton secretary; joe treasurer; art biuer, tickets; bud entertainment; tom bruce, jack bruce becker, d?.nce; sain wragg cloverdaie, cards; frank, publicity; schriner, frank bark ed. moeblus, reception; phil itraun, order; bill raesler, chairs-sam presided hosts pythian me?rin? pythias amhfrst inst mondav night, 7." attendance. visitors here cleveland, jjvtia, lorain, lagrango cbr"'ln. th.rd deproo rank holman lodge lorain. competion "oatweon lodges continued, hi- woodland lodge, lor-iin. pitting work. i-o winning team compett-lion iu mteeltlng lunch served. early birds tonite american, lc-i gion, dues paid atterfd hedges tonight (thursday). stag party, 40 8. leglonalres wishing hall 7:30, according donnelly, commander post. tomorrow (friday) elmer johnson post its' ro-gular meting.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-02-01|
|Date of Original||1934-02-01|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-02-01 16 10|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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