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the amherst news-times vrt co our mkt volume xvi, number 35 thursday, july 26, 1934 sandstone center of world farmers discuss curtailment plan controlling committees elected; to be active ' till 1, 1935 tuesday evening, a series meetings for wheat was hegun in elyria, under county farm extension service. dis-' cussiqns at around federal government's production control plans and progress they have made since came into effect several months ago. addition general discussions, attending this selected function until july!, 1935. these were supervise adjustment program. according c. i. hummel, agent, twelve communities seven different sections are being benefited liy meetings. started when ioc lorain agreed join curtail 'purpose recovery through stabilization prices. first held eaton town hall, with a. 3. carpenter presiding. meeting from colum-liia, eaton, ttidgeville. also penfield, charles e. pelton as chairman. grafton signers met wednesday evening hall 13. t. nesbitt acting werner kobelt chair-main la-grange hall- there three sessions sched-1 nled tonight (thursday! ; one pittsfield pittsfield-russia district attending, r. f. clark presiding; o.ne kipton henrldta camden districts sharp charge; third is p.righton, brighton rochester attending. frank rowland will act chairman meeting. undo george hollstein, south main street, amherst, ohio dear uncle george; even woodpecker owes his success fact lie uses head. well, anyway, while business flying high it paid no attention safe landing fields, anil ran o;ut gas fell clown boom went boom. now says, "nothing makes me soar." sure, many going concerns but which way? . gone before wo could collect. merged, then submerged; we hope that has emerged. although some industrialists tried get upper hand by underhanded, he alleged decay industrial system all rot. perhaps o(dd times because so hard us break even. prosperity coming, buy buy. like alfonso lost castles, if had not been soft would nojt haye hard. need loss bunk more spunk. those who seek keynote should look keyhole. reconstructing riveting hardly heard knocking. only complained their lot, wanted lot more; wages use paying depression instead polishing up machinery trying polish competitors. trimming expenses (continued on page 2) i ri jti cfe -'lit'.. 7?"" $2.00 fine traffic violation warning issued week oy mayor sti'wald, persons falling stop signs, intersections o r streets crossing thoroughfares arrested fined less than $2.00. parents warned allow children build fires near fields dry grass. an order weeds grass cut vacant lots yards august labor cost charged owner property. death summons ward tolhurst position director elevator co. organization funeral services tol-hurst, 62, home deceased middle ridge, 2 p. m. afternoon (thursday). rev. eastman, pastor congregational church ofiiciate, burial direction baker company, 'will ttidgehill memorial cemetery. mr. born house died ridge. entire life spent there. well known throughoui community figure affairs township. 12 years served township trustee. mem'ber school board almost 10 years. time position-he company. secretary treasurer comipany. survived hi. wife, christina, daughters, mrs. cora deschamps forest park, 111., florence neiding, elyria eleanor bicklinger wellington. grandson, albert deschamps, 111. sister, mary walker, s. lane brother arthur place. cooper host pythians regular o,f knights pythias monday cooper, s'nipe ave. harry parsons, clearwater, florida, guest honor. preceded baseball game between st. joseph's strated 6:. during luncheon committee entertainment committe elected coming year. following meeting, weiner roast out doors. lemonade served. remainder playing cards lawn. next night rank confered local candidate. work done holman lodge, lorain. cong. young buys postage stamps franking privilege accorded members congress used sending everything way printed matter numerous cases arisen where congressmen fail tq limit its official business. close check communications pertaining candidacy stephen cleveland renomination democratic ticket congressman at-large, reveals among abusers. every letter sent containing campaign, personal or publicity bears cent stamp. closely observed rule. people prove themselves competent license parents. now, always, hometown newspaper best cleanest exponent constructive journalism. just humans "that bird never thinks future." "no, he'stoo busy thinking past!" dedicate song day bslow written, words music, hy pansy harris t brothov, g. f, horn lake- wood, dedicated old spring. music written quarter very pretty waltze well. entitled "let's go down spring." two verses chorus. follows: part i: there's place i'll always cherish, foot hill; waters cool, sparkling ever, bubbling bank will. ev'ry enjoys cooling drink, tinkling, merry sounds come brink; what secrets conceals, stories reveal. let's spring today, j ciiohus: lpfs drink water, played kids. same hill, recall how bob bill, run brewer's still. pranks agnes, dived beaver creek mem'ry remains, same. today. ii: years" passed, merrily flows water cool spring, pioneer indian drank here, took rye beer. own name, numbered book fame. try, you'll pass by; legion picnic sunday auxiliary hold sunday, 29th, spanish war vet's grounds west vermilion. families momlhers invited. asked bring baskets. igrouip meet 11:30 do provided means transportation. gala toeing planned occasion, can possibly so. remember you case reach grounds. don't forget your basket and. hall. gene carr veteran hospital john gates saw service fronts., taken prisoner germans gates, 44, long resident early morning, severe lung illness. exception army franco. entered september 26th. 1917, age 20.- member hdq. company 329 inf. 11), 19 is. h. hs march 19. 1919. honorable discharge may 1919, e ;!01 fighting france, heavy de- tensive sectors, namely aisne- marne, mihiel. meuse-argonne. october, 191s, war, released december s, 191s. ho post. widow, florence, sisters, dietz daily huron, wallace dakota. brothers, h nr lal;. ot ;ino survive. arrangement arc 'under co., yet incompletf-. michigan trip enjoyed group foster, anna judson alfred putnam returned last thursday after, spending days travel-j ing visiting michigan. foster said ideal traveling weather surely trip. stop, toledo called friend whom seen time. second plymiouth, here visited cousins. friends highland milan, party remained overnight fenton. proceeding vernon morning. relatives motored corrunna. after visit again spend return, stopped toledo. scenery beautiful, ideal. "it wore home," "but soon got back became terribly warm." but, trip." sell throu want ad fifteen enter harmonica contest open festivities; contestants expected take part; parade larger year day, wednesday, 8th, big start 9:30 morning day's festivities. dr. w. schaefer, charge program, reported about entrants already contest, still expecting others join. band stand front feature players followed parade. conrad zilch, committee, highly pleased promises received floats other exhibits. better spectacular colorful, representative interests town. showing worth yofment'n pumper fire department caused much comment represented centenial friday evening. organizations whcvjielped prepare banners, did slogans mounted cars wero typical spirit. float o.f crowd, eyed interest. amhert department, share stares, rattled bumped street. lady remark she didn't know, tiling ever fire. another ono see kept apart. schooner belonging capt. stough wheels, guided street boys. legion. eagles, eagles gigantic might proud good indeed. "public spirited community." "a village city ideas." j. braun receives promot'n camp promotion sergent due leadership, loyalty duty word rec. ived fort ben jamin harrison. indiana, paul bra tin, 7s franklin ave., promoted grade cf sergeant orders published colonel o. robinson, commanding citizen's military training benjamin braun. d provisional regiment: regulations, promotions based upon candidate's ability grasp apply instruction camp, lead men belongs duty. oustanding traits entitle him position. complains papers, advertising citizens brought complaint concerning manner papers adds delivered her home. thrown bicycles sidewalk land roof, eave trough somo landed table potted plants, causing plants knocked broken. screens windows doors suf fered damage. year's large crowd bo exceeded numbers year, present indications. looks toward late most fireworks displays exhibited field. head parade, throughout 24-pieco play. schedule complete few rest periods. flootwing travelers, al pete stubby gordon, popular radio entertainers, give noon hour entertainment. tlie sporting events begin l:0u o'clock, plenty varied enough everyone chance attractive prizes mei chants offering. a-hout 3 o'clock ball start. former 'mischka' meats "com-" pote against mischka $25.00 cash prize, winner all. purse inducement make both, teams tees play real baseball, delight tiie crowd. immediately bair finnen erecting li standards preparations pyrotechnical display attract thousands visitors. fie ended given period. end about. 5 (presumably). half off supper th" program : 'in mnsli-nl apps ;t monicn guitar, tain lor stand. fraternal drilling. optn lodges wish send team participate. drilling over concluding day. $100 away numb-bor merchandise estimated amount $500. lias donated merchants anxious show customers wonderful league brownhelm tues. intermediate senior evangelical andrew fritsch, brownhelm, study followed, rickel charge. social group. refreshments guests later hostess club harold krause circle anne's society, short ees' sion, sqcial evening: dainty served1 essembled. tiio assistant occasion mrs-. herman jagusch.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-07-26|
|Date of Original||1934-07-26|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-07-26 16 35|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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