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the amherst news-times vi do oun part volume xvi, number 41 thursday, september 6, 1934 sandstone center of world ask bond issue just humans by gene carr half mill for hospital purpose trustees and brownhelm townships will submit proposal to voters; refuse accept deed property finance project! council votes $4,800 buy material complete projects approved; bonds be repaid in ten years a submitted voters village completing fera pro jects village. if passed money used ma terials which have been approved ad ministration, but cannot its share program. is are: $500 storm water sewer on jackson st.; $1800 slag road sewage disposal plant also build concrete retaining walls around drying beds at plant; an ornamental pool laying walk town hall yard; $1500 widening improving approach tocrownhill cemetary construction sewers greenwood ave., forest washington sts. correct flow water. mr. james a. daniels, president out-door life, asso., amherst, ohio. dear jim: hen canada laid egg -with face clock it. maybe hens are going contend shorter hours. well, anyway, other day i was handing out some hot weather hints, realized that there lot things missed, as fellow said after he hit trqlley car. one thing, keep away from bathing beaches. now, kno.w people go bathng beaches cool, am not so sure about that. down cedar point long ago, board or cement walk. 1 wo.nder why they made wide. supposed first it account ihe crowds, isn't. make wide enough man can without looking; looking boatdwalk. know roofer sheet metal worker who went nervous prostration. don't mean actually it; because, qf course, hel had already. isn't hard get prostration toofing ibusiness, although few us roofers . workers enouyh call dr. mcqueen says, we're off our feed, all. this took his see what boardwalk would "oh yes; cured all right, five weeks plastic surgery back where belonged. through life with over right shoulder. course you probably say when walked left shoulder back, how could ever way. didn't. got end board-walk, backwards started from. didn't want turn fear miss something beaeh. point, wonderful health resort is, place wife, unless wants wife takes man's mind work but, same time, gives good many occasons her mind. doing point? "well, buildings aren't there? use roofing them, they? the' best earth, hey? truthfully yours, nabakowski otherwise known naby now proceed because voting councilmen pointed these' must dropped consideration, throwing employment men employed them. i'nder federal regulations trucking paid village, while labor government. provide only relief lists secure projects. given removed list period employment. should fail approval fotced onto making necessary support much levy necessaiy raise amount called determined county auditor, a-mount needed each year retire fraction mill. issued warning anyone caught tearing traffic stop signs street intersections prosecuted. catholic school resumesstudies summer recess tuesday morning; 140 pupils enrolled st. joseph's parochial' ended vacation morning. tjere approximately enrollment year. thirteen these pupis entering 21 their final year's graduating class largest history school. new member teaching staff year, sister mary catherine, teach second grades', taking richard's place. catherine formerly taught lakewood academy. rest last year:-sister tereslta teacing third fourth grades; gerarda, fifth, sixth grades bea-riceij'marie, seventh eighth. outside building has tainted inside redecorated. capt. stough "sooner" dog captain dog. another dog, like was." sooner sleep. named fritz. describes being eight inches kiel three halt beam, klel beam term3 boats. wonder expects sailor dog? hereafter we walking shall expect find friend following him faithfully. "is th' doctor in?" "no, he's gone rules adopted flower show govern ing sponsored garden club were club's meeting night. efforts stressed residents possible enter flowers competion fo(r prizes awarded. gymnasium tomorrow (friday) saturday. wil open public from2 5 afternoon 7 8 eveniing. admission free. commercial amateur exhibits shown, entitled participation prizes. exhibitors j. s. clifford. l. henes, anna lembke. r. tolhurst, nurseries. local hardware stores seeds, tools, etc. exhibit special interest tolhurst showing wild flowers, seeds fruits native trees, shrubs plants. may entered anyone. iprize ribbons awarded class. charge, entire expenses club. governing grown exhibitor, none moved cc during 12 o'clock noon friday, any classes prize exhibitor. published elsewhere issue. readers asked save paper no schedule rules.or printed. partial contributors toward show: b. avery, news times, rubel, alvin brown, furniture co., fred holz-hauer, draves hat & beauty shop, charles ebbs, o. h. baker oil hotel central book store, lersch grocery, mischka bros. market, jacob sabiers, p. grocery fisher bros., berks e. knapp, restaurant. c. leutz, george baus, wesbecher w. j-. bodmann auto service, frank mis huge muskmelon display here 18 pound a.' northtlem brownhelm. window gerstenberger's store. seed melon sent africa rev. stick, african missionary. ' l health!" chka, carl ernst, paul redman conrad zilch, cooper, elmer grugel, webster pharmacy, wm. barber gas st., bakery, nabakowski, nursery, mrs. mathes, lembke, arthur roth, templin bradley co. eagles sponsor picnic, sunday (contests, ball games, danc ox roast entertain large crowd nearly 500 attended annual picnic brandts park evening. spent contests. winners contests follows: legged race, men, albert braun bill stiwald; bean contest, ladies, hugh tompkins, william smith, second; balloon blowing evelyn rues-ler, second, helen schriner; boys, shoe scramble, billy bruce bob winson. wheel barrow first, john sharp. boys races: 6 7, aeber-sold; 9, morris braifn; 10 12, joe mecann; 13 15 bud lang. girls la von becker geraldine smith; shirley ehlert; tina davjs; 15, alice mc-dermott. single mens 50 yard dash, gerald bruce, smith married men's sharp, ray cahl second. tug war won men. ladies marshmallow contest edward bahl. threw into uproar. marshmallows hung string contestants blindfolded. aftei blindfolded marsh-mallows painted. evidently ! paint did taste good, judg faces women made. oldest eagle grounds, peter wohlever; couple, henry schriner. clothes pin franklin, donnelly, braun, third. florence schmitz, truscel-lo, edith vqleal. family, theodore schmitz. game furnished merchants. toast prepared kluss enjoyed. evening dancing adam blythe'a orche stra furnishing music. one-half tax hospital. decided upon both joint committee members south councils. "for current expenses" ships, schools doors onjonday several instructors staff; length term doubtful early risers difficult bed next monday bell tolling knell happy vacation. 812 expected answer bell's summons. 275 high 210 junior high. neiding beginners; pandy charge grade; keenan boddman again dres-chler gaeher guide graders; ehr-man beller fifth grade. eppley, arithmetic; kelch, geography, russell stauffer, english; jones, music; scott, art; ludwig, domestic science; norwood hearn, manual training. senior 'miss leach, latin mathematics; johnstone, history; murray, french rice, english speech; steele, principal; powers, superintendent; kothe, secretary. teachers pandy, grade, grad uate oberlin kindergarden kelch graduate kent state normal far-ma. scott ludwig graduates ohio university. alderman, teacher past resigned painesville. yet filled. schools, along anxiouslyj waiting legislature convene whether able run full nine months. least months revenue availble remain longer. mcmasters honored noon-day staged program today (thursday) honor mcmasters. former resident texas fourteen ago regain lost health. visits old friends. musical selections ruth schwitzke, roy schaefer ehr-man. entertainment well pleased reception him. recovers wallet six workng roof week elyria, walter barris recalled fact pocketbopk working ago. look searched thoroughly discovered loss. picking up tiles pleasant discovery "of pocketbook. contained $22.00. hispital purposes. ten-mill limitation. read "frjr purposes" havp within limitation, according smythe, solicitor villages. agreement rqached refused original plan two villages townships. changed conference prosecutor giving representation trustees. trustee objected might prove white elephant. explained them event free close dispose land whatever manner saw fit. failed satisfy then proposed electorate agreed to. fritz, secretary board, told gathering wquld forced assistance those mestlng regret closing became necessary. until 15th formally pass resolution levy. firemen pension fund replace present ordinance firemen's indemnity abandoned repaced fund, change requested time matter referred investigation. smythe attorney general ruled transfer funds provides administrated consisting fire department selected firemen; council; chosen four either councilmen. control determining injured firmen pension. church presents pageant joash chest pageant, based bible story, presented methodist sunday. directed margaret castas composed churehes. morning a't 9:45 church, 11:00 axtel church. x)
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-09-06|
|Date of Original||1934-09-06|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-09-06 16 41|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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