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the amherst news-tlmes we do, part volume xvi, number 31 4 thursday, june 28, 1934 sandstone center of world! v. sen v i mr. uncle geo. hollstein, south main st., amherst, ohio. dear george: nations ate beginning to see a relationship between keen nor mal sense and common sense; strange say, now that elevator hoys are 'out it, stock market seems be going up. is, it was yesterday. in new york isi like weather utica: you can't tell by what did yesterday is do today. lot frrends mine thought they could but were poor prophets. hence profits. never attempt predict course market. however, i'll take chance say this, believe will one three things: go down, up, or stay aibout where is. (you canu wrong on this advice). well, anyway, requires succor because lost its suckers. pools ran dry when all fish them had been caught. wall street felt there sheep born every min ute. after socking pigs shearing lambs, bulls 4ho bears deserted, only wolf left at door exchange. senators investi-giatlng short selling manipulators couldn't even eke out bear existence. told buy bonds .then wo saw our by-by. wluen -we stocks dropping gria .and it. 'to 'bad ouir securities .not as much above par golf. froze, anything with water freeze if drops far. admiral byrd says america may claim "both north poles. no, thank you, admiral. already have plenty assets them. no matter how shy made first speculative plunge, shyer last. lose cur shirts before would off coats, should saved faces hadn't heads. worst over. 1 don't another slump october november, 1929, until everything looks very ptomibing now, especially for brokers. mlalter irapp na broker gets his, customer also different place. his commission coming going, interest standing still. brolter: he dtand long got dollar, thinks dollar good. uncle, let me give itip'on giltedge investment know perfectly safe pay nice profit year confidential. roofing sheet metal wctic. so better lasts longer, wrong. than spending your money chorus girls; sometimes do. cautiously yours, a. nabakowski. known naby. out-door meeting held pythians knights pythias lodge last monday evening home c. berg. program started ball game which body participated. following tho game, business held. then followed serving refreshments consisted strawberry amort cake members present two guests. remainder bpeut playing cards socially. host friends honor o. foster 140 gathered saturday afternoon happiest man saturday, frank foster, nieces their husbands cleveland open house 85th birthday. over 14u dropped congratulate him. those who not attend j person sent flowers cards. rooms aspect transplanted flower gardens. roses, delphinium, larkspur, lilies, other flowers. overflowed window seat, table piano. mrs. said her life she seen many beautiful guests arrive rev, booth, an old friend from peoria. arrived about f:30. on, during entire day, drifted out' house. some stayed while others just wish him well went on. cleveland, lagrange, lorain, brownhelm, pittsfield amherst. times simply overflowing eager happy neighbors respedts past mark themselves. ' pleasing ana fashlon- ed touch added occasion abbey young, sang fashioned hymns songs throughout afternoon. played own accompaniment small, cld-fashioned organ. types folded up can carried suit case. 'throughout evening, delightful served 20 cakes brought such enjoyable time extended heartiest thanks husbands, putnam, ralph cal-iwo, daughter, mary e. baus miss myra smith making possible meet grand occasion. wishes public general kindness courtesy shown lovely extends appreciation ito h. baker company use chairs. it's cost million dollars audit find bow deal has cost, ought keep too much. parks editor's note: account life's history oc early resident, reprinted "early p istory elyria people,', judge r. webber. article concerning quite lengthy installments. section chapter appear next week. (by webber) nearly outstanding characters former generation run race "western reserve," fathers, were-born log huts. who, undaunted zeal determination undertakings, stood alone, among native sons lorain county. accomplishments forty years, name conjure industrial world. pioneer parents th day september, 1832, stumps township. people vermonters, landed 1817 founded. education secured school under humans l auj j. liwl"'"- ju1 .i ik 11 khwii xjt ? "and wailful, pastor yrs. ago heard sdnd'y rev. armstrong author "amherst's story" town attended morning services congregational church sunday, pleasure hearing g. preach service. paster churqrj ltwertty years ago. book story," published 1914 auspices weelr committee. . attending session natienal council .christ churches oberlin, clo3ed wednesday official delegate medina , lcrain counties. regular quarterly communion hel dat sunday. monthly queen esther class evangelical parlors. games group. later n. bechtel son, kenneth, ruth harmon, guests, members; janet springer, martha hollestein, hilda scharein, marfey lawrence. plans meeting. tutorage teachers poorly fitted impart knowledge. age twenty-three married l. robertson 'township. thirty-six tiller soil. boy, disposed save earnings, anticipating owning large farm years. fifteen had, dint closest economy, sum thirty dollars, penny hard labor. prouder lad, fact, lived knowing banjc elyria, county, fearing thieves might rob savings, walked barefooted through dust county treasure tucked away tow pants, thinking pleased banker handle money. commendable pride entered financial institution, visit any bank, cashier seemed about, wanted deposit dojlars keeping. financier, sore disappointment, looking over, .his bare feet ''bumble bee" hat head, gene ckr vzzj jk7akv iii grow ud?- denomination merger more five work commission, protestant denomination, e-vangelical reformed church, including churches, st. poter's half dozen come into being. announced officially tuesday formal synod u s., cleveland. eleventh lias taken place united states decades, according dr. samuel mc- crae cavert, " geherat" seeretary federal america, expression er& ntogration upon protestantism ,this country. longer doubt integration actually begun. celebrate silver wedding henry ernst, crosse-t, wore party given anniversary, evening. honored brandt's park, dancing enjoyed late hour. (lancing, delicious lunch served. mr.a nd ernst presented gift. entertain george rice sunday meighs sons, warren, command noticing suspender guard against being arrested indecent exposure button gave away, said: "bub, wether want fuss small amount dollars. o'clock, president, know." preconceived notions bankers banking took tumble receiving answer. lad street, chagrined, filled righteous indignation, wondering whether dress feet, country boy refused ho knew banks paid deposits. im-pulse head toward hut regaining composure, resolved remain try again. promptly way back thing mystery, supposed glad offered. stern once surveyed long, lean, tow-headed, red-faced said, "we concluded, (continued page 3) week fourth july, paper permit employees o enjoy holiday ijwn way, week's issue distributed friday in- ,tead thursday. news advertising must office 10 m. thursday morning. ask readers us. 900 taxes installments lorain-co. taxpayers quick treasurer wright's plan partial payment instituted walter wright hailed promising solve, extent, coun- "nearl property owner ty's delinquent tax prcpbleni. wants can," opinion will, chance." treasurei-s pian sound indicated fact owners net ihe half, four availing themselves plan. bound treasurer's make payments specific amounts, rwight does taxpapyer adhere prescribed plan, bring "of red" eventually show listed black side books. most adopted percent month current due 3 per cent tax. uup ten months remarkable it," "is 'their schedule." terasurer collected $50,000 payments, since books closed april 6. filing system installed makes each subscriber instantly a-vailahle. amounts received taxpayer's "deposit slyip," similar bank deposits entries, close tax-paying period these a-mounts formally portion unpaid subject penalty required law," "but taxpayer understands exempt ahead much." prior toa doption time, payments. legion auxiliary holds final meet. edward moebius, west-st, hostess twentyflve auxllary elmer johnson post, 118 american legion, held, moebius elected state convention cedar point august. alternate chosen hugo truscello. auxiliary' september. meeting, bunco pedro played. hostesses several oberlin. ua forty-five fired college students tor summer. spring indian trail important building town; supply "let's down drink water." cry one. hears sun sending great scroching rays up- heads towns-people aimlessly streets. watet." echoed boys girls finish round golf tennis. almost byword citizen "come spring," theme some-years through, sources pleasure-and pioneers .bygone days cool waters spring, now. us look the-. o'nly wild animals tha indians, patty stumbled imagine yoa can, copper skinned painted clays various colors, astride wiry pon-ies, little noise as-they wind gorge towards somewhere nearby. picture warriors bend hideously clear bubbling draughts sparkling water. then, covered growth. stones walling in, trails leading except faint indians came drink. huge ferns heavy underbrush abounded sides. wasn't hardy settled possession bushes cleared away. town. awhile nothing basin watering trough. be.-, ga'n the. furnish water-for fountain trough park cn hill above. for-this purpose, ram waa built forced fountain, sprayed air fell base fountain. interesting facts connected gal-. ions running force gallon hill. order, good condition, effect beautiful. furnished local sdhoohl. water! pumped means electric pump. spring." ah, rone beyond, change eyes. beautified greatest inndmarks, dues. walls laid stone pipe bank. low terraced walld topped shrubs adds charm spring. ground being; leveled roadway lined stones. primitive yet modern. might' interpret atmosphere surrounding ever, improvements made, cry, water" whole heartedly hear m expecting tb3 clothing mttnn-facturers howl ahout increasing nudist craza.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-06-28|
|Date of Original||1934-06-28|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-06-28 16 31|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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