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the amherst news-times wi do turn part volume xvi, mrs. hull honor'd at manyparties lodges and friends fete as she leaves jasper for stanley hull, jasper, minn., wife of new owner mary jane theatre, was feated by many her last week, prior to coming live. on thursday evening guest honor a bridge party, which time presented gift from friends. friday afternoon honored party given ed. sand- iberg. ladies with token remembrance. fifteen gathered there bid goodbye. an eastern star the. masonic hall. following spoon order. saturday royal neighbors held picnic park in hull's honor. it. n. a. pin faithful work lodge. sister arrives california mr. rawson, los angeles, california, arrived evening. rawson is pansy harris lucy horn. rawsons will make extended visit here, visiting old relatives. henry wesbecher hardware co. knee action wheelbarrows specialty dear hank: it written believe certainty we mu3t begin doubting. well, anyway, i reading paper other day where woman chicago had triplets, all iboys, looking names them. suggest that name them faith, hope charity faith one out right, two will, if none does. these days young folks have hard keeping trouble. boy has hip-flask dance likely full dad's gin, daughter daubs cheeks mother's rouge. mathematically speaking, perhaps youth problem because age not example, , yelp lot about flaming flunking, but you find more gray hairs cabaret than twenty-year-old mule. great question now isn't, "where my wandering tonight?" but, "wonder ma is?" some good used put shawl over' head go down after midnight pull sonny place, get grandpa. people sew their wild oats youth, they raise crops. so am much worried woman's three boys man. afraid he isn't home walking floor somewhere tripping blonds brunettes. horse goes wagon follows. reform place reminds me; men may change our roofing sheet metal are ever. it's wise father who says, "son, when into business, don't waste your money cheap work". faithfully yours nabakowskl better known naby number 38 flower show be sept. enjoy raising flow ers justly proud fine blossoms gardens, chance display win prize or first september, according plans made committee-in-charge monday high school gym set tentative show. persons flowers asked exhibit choice no charge exhibits, open care take part. committee decided only prizes awarded would individuals. this give very prize. commercial exhibits show, offered expects contact various exhibits. besides potted plants, displayed kinds garden seeds, bulbs wide variety tools. pop corn tues. capt. stough's kiddies anchorage tuesday evening, august 21, captain stough entertain big anchorage, 8g4 ave., between 7:30 9 p. m. girls invited party. can't come alone, bring you. plenty everyone, lots room daddy his car. bags, candy mixed popcorn balls luscious maple syrup. there'll lemon ade enough swim in. "lake erie water, stores lemons sale." lawn gayly decorated strings beautifully colored japanese lanterns. everyone remember "i going knock business men's parade cocked hat." then happy grin continued general chaperone see hurt everybody time, ade. mayor stiwald promised policeman thoughtlessly run street hurt. everything planned. up kiddles time. just heaps things, surprises likes, planned, mischievously withheld surprise all. fosters niece frank foster, st., returned sunday having spent four niece, alfred putman, shaker heights, e. baus. both attended wednesday. foster cleveland wed nesday remained until accompanied miss myra smith, friend fosters, left wednesday meadville, pa., vacationing gone weeks. thursday, 16, 1934 humans hie most popular guy block. autographed baseball babe ruth auxiliary teams prizewinners degree drill cincinnati convention eagle's drftl team came national winning teams. its 3:30 competition 15 took 9. began o'clock second appearance. end line march, competitive drills were 18 placed second, far known, 'be definitely report sent headquarters. members morning. "that guests zoological gardens cincinnati. morning covington, kentucky aerie no. 329. during remainder stay, meetings lectures nation-' al affairs. competition, did mighty back 3:00 evelyn raesler, captain; freda bahl, banner bearer: katherine nalley, ella engle, pauline schrin-er, margaret schroeder, anna irene ehlert, mata becker, minnie bruce, ida schriner, nellie wilker, burnett, elsie win-son elizabeth fackler. rosenkranz, president; rose lauer, junior past vice chaplain; secretary; maud treasurer; barck, conductor; pianist; guard fackler, candidate. representing eagles math-ew lawless, jake wm. jack aruthur becker. teachers touring york state rice, quarry south amherst, marlon steele, middle ridge rd., tour through state. received george rice niagara falls completed 250 miles. any definite trip, judged week ten days. making steele's gene carr warning rowdyism nature tolerated spring, issued spring "been beautiful enjoyment village ungentlepianly unladylike acts vigorously prosecuted. reported recently someone dragged steel seats top thrown over bank, bending bad,ly. been reported. around planted con venlences added town. club urbanized thurs. elect officers committees meeting organized town hall night. interested meeting, hoped attend next 23rd.. appointed temporary chairman, called brief interesting talk arthur tolhurst regarding formation amherst. group heard alice bird, lorain extention agent, girls' division 4-h club. bird's enthusiastic project started talks discussion concerning subject dues. conclusion should $1.50 family, $2.50 man wife. election results: president, tolhurst, harry nlcholl; secretary, charles kendeigh; treasurer, roth . several among being constitution by-laws composed james nicholl baus; arrangements roth, powers kendeigh. 23rd weather permits, otherwise those present were: nicholl, .nicholl, baus, leimke, j. l. clifford, r. nabakowskl, powers, bird william davles, elyrla, afternon horn harris. sandstone votes primary winners also majority cast voters; harter easily defeats opposition; eastman cooper local support voted cases tuesday. few instances, however, til r mainrifv n f untprc rknco incat- nnrtivtitnrlir fka c j w. .w,..w w.ivuw w puitibuiuii,; nil t-iiji- yj l republican candidate governor 281 voters chose t 1 ft - jonn n-iaen, wnne clarence 204. si son post, american legion, 1? ine airect cause c-lden s popularity. democratic side martin dhvpu e opponents could tunning. figures quoted precincts ui me luwnsnip. rites mruudwig pioneer dies 77; long 111-ness fatal funeral services eliza ludwig, 77, today (thursday) 2:30 evangelical church, rev. rickel, pastor, officiating. rickel assisted seith, cleveland. burial baker co., family cemetery. ludwig passed away street, tuesday, illness. life resident haviing born road, 1857. married geoge preceded death 1919. later brother. mother six children, five nf whom survive. member church 00 years. aid missionary societies. loyal workers class school. affiliated stone city chapter 325 star. surviving husband, john: daughters, hahn, ceylon, edith keller, east cleveland; sons, charles, berlin walter elyrla. milton painesville; sisters, baum-hardt, elyria; a.. i. epply john springer, eleven grandchildren nine' greatgrandchildren k. p's sund'y lodge, knights pythias, families friends, riverside p., cleveland, mcklrahan's grove. tork parma, sunday. lodge's ball play lodge afternon. meet i2:00 leave 12:15. route suggested been: la-porte, rd. bagley fields, wooster pike, north pike pleasant valley rd invitation mombers chancellor kolbe entire membership, night third rank confered .local visitors expected sandusky witness work, refreshments served. never 100 per cent farm relief something done keep relatives turning farmhouse dinner. fact crime invented " 5,000 years, makes sinners old-fashioned. center world. tsrown, nominee, elden, ex-service man, hardly considered nrtivl. nr korl u "'""-u kjii luc i.uuul precinct ticket interest centered campaign congressman. concerned, dow ever polled total 170 votes, while nearest rival c. v. starkey mustered 53 votes. oscar hayes ran 26 sherman, lorain, 7. vic donahey white 10 apart receiving 115 105. chas. west, claimed administration candidate, 41 amherst's candidates representative locally, leading. 317 251. h. rogers, representative, 106 ashbolt 86. votors gave favorite sons was. ii splendid tribute shows spirit citizens toward neigh bors. dick, sheriff, outran jackson 2 1. dick 302 jackson's 143. defeated every substantial margins. prosecutor's race ii. butler 64 f. b. stevens, incumbant. precinct, b, stevens butler. 76 64. sam deal short term county commissioner. 12s cook 98 votes; curtis, third. 78; brown, fourth, 75. g. dunn favorite, prosser 117 tom peebles, 91. d. murray, piesent commissioner got 31. lak0fsky,74 calledby 43 german descent lizzie lakofsky, 74, mill g believed due heart attack. failing health lakofsky decent, country years ago. husband 19 st. peter's church. survived threu augusta albrecht turner amherst; gilmoro albert home, grandchildren. company arrangements-, which, incomplete. 40 resent impoliteness-of youngsters; 50 wish tlios; wouldn't polite. v
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-08-16|
|Date of Original||1934-08-16|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-08-16 16 38|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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