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the amherst news-times mi 1 e oo our part volume xvi, number 45 thursday, october 4, 1934 sandstone center of world v honor teachers here on sunday belongs to school in churches. most churches will their own in" morning and group be honored night when all surrounding communities unite a joint service at st. peter's church. that participate this are: amherst: congregational, methodist, peter's, first evangelical; brownhelm: evangelical, congregational reformed; south reformed congregational; henrietta: birmingham methodist ridge evangelical. kroger's hold league lead kroger grocers continued undefeated pace tuesday class b bowling they took three straight from lersch grocers. gertsenberg hardwares farmers elevators continue second place. misch-ka dry cleaners undisputed possession third place by taking two out eagles. independents sky-rocke t ' last into tie for fourth with eagles winning legionaires. are sixth place, game behind iplace teams, legion farmer's elevator deadlocked cellar. albert braun individual honors 115-1g5-145 425. gerstenbergers had high total rolled g18 krogers hit maples 1779 high. mr. fred holzhauer, boots shoes, we fit hard fit, specialty-amherst, ohio. dear fritz: initials u. s. can represent many things but people think mean us: well, anyway, you horse shoe pitchers, your alley greetings! fritz, take it me i never was much account pitching matter not anything, (thanks queen bugalow.) personally consider shoes noble pastime, if 'for no other reason than because overhead is so little. man, now who has bagful golf sticks support, (like j. smythe), unless play an unusually good have income, likely land hands receiver. different. need couple pieces pipe( unfortunate- r im m rt lni'n mnvo ninrt ly, sometimes more pipe hand use for), four shoes. afford man ought he able to, even go shoot some fellow's get 'em. and, as far j course concerned, don't short welcome; music talks pay far- 0id members mer .$200,000 $3,000 farm that!, formerlv. sdeclal rec0k. bo rolling farmer do plant his pumpkins hill build barn hollow let crops roll home every fall. then set them up valley market. rollier better golf, idea pick make unpleasant possible. different; 40 feet back yard, advertise, whole lot enjoyment. won't hire any professional swear you, or , small boy find lost balls you. said am concerned wouia rather pitch roofer sheet metal worker plutocrat anytime. try ringer stranger whn mav turn one. understand noah pitched ark within without that's way shoes; requiring little capital lots sense, give time. yours luck, a. nabakowski lllp program lor la follows, organ recital; proces sional "onward christian sol diers;" invocation rev. f. e. eastman; chairman's address, george garthe; anthym, choir; dr. clarence tucker craig, "can church save society;" anthym; recognition pledges; closing hymn "faith qur fathers," benediction c. schmidt. doctor main speaker evening, comparatively young man. received education boston university studied one year germany. several pulpits new york cincinnati became head testament department ob-erlin seminary. craig very popular remember fine addresses gave former occasions here. tire were special services sunday, which time given recognition. robert raikes diplomas seals awarded attendance. h. l. beesing tribute having taught 44 years. others respective churchs sunday. includes: march orchestra, trimary enter music; prayer, "meaning rally day" address mrs. schwartz; "early teaching amherst" hall; "sunday work" cooper; presentation primary pupils entering junior department; recitation, edna mae lehman; hymn; prayer; decorated f'all festival manner flowers fruit. promotion reorganization feature day 9:45. 11 o'clock worship serpice held past g & gl tencheps " theme: "the educa tion." evangelical include orchestra; nition officers, numbers orchestra talk rick-el. naby thankful anniversary congratulations business men town monday president smythe men's association announ. ced meeting 24 wedding. "i've for. i'm lord permitted us live together long," repsonse. another wedding anniver-was celebrated day. paul wohlever, manager fisher bros., an. niversarythe same day, left early could called on. discuss rules regulate liquor places village's regulations occupied village couucilmen night. discussion centered around hours whether should allowed. council appeared -livided opinions these questions, side permitted, while opinion barred. solicitor pointed state law prohibited except clubs, ap parently being clubs compeled secure higher priced license unfair permit holder cheaper privilege. member did improper someone customers piano, suid such furnished prohibiting would drive folks clubs. councilmen agreed barred after 12 o'clock, hour o'clock. ordinance placed its reading discussed again next meeting. also $33 toward cost material chamber rear room hall, mayor's office present room. township trustees larger share material, labor paid fera funds. window fair fall acrnin l,nl,l mi. annua hallowe'en celebration year. there evening gayiety, witches, spooks goblins, big community party. decision ahead plans party made mon thly busi- ness klen's mon-! year's event featur-ed fair, farmers, manufacturers, soci. eties invited part. affair yet definite, committee authorized proceed immediately. 'business heard report direction signs roads leading am-herst. mayor stiwald reported county surveyor erect acker, man's corners, north road route 2, indicating amherst. powers, superintendent schools, mill levy board ask voters deqicle. regular revenues greatly reduced o fthe ten-mill limitation, felt something op. portunity express themselves pn. legislature might meet, met times done nothing. didn't submit question feel negligent telling about giving opportunity say what wanted do," said. voted endorse w. g. n'ord, board, appointed charge issues publicity. women, said, looking husbands. him too looking, though, girls, may willing spend home. wheat champion 3k k;vi-.v, herman brown, nf wiimfnirtnn ohib, harvested 6s bushels per acre fields summer. hangs record year, makes bid national honors. cemetery beautified steps entrance newly graded crownhill transforms thing beauty. located just horn vault. access where workers been working since july. section sodded seeded virtually sylvan garden. work expected completed month. besides cut roadway circles improved anl meets oil bot-tonueinthe hill. section, tiled. project average 7 s 30 employed u"u ul l,llee woum ue job' tllis due tlle othcr jeets. projects, rushed taken cemetery. estimated april, feu started, $2,900.4fi ',l'en spent government alone job still old widened filled in. bridge repaired improved. wa. tor lines laid over stone gutters catch ba-sins put crown-hill ave. according estimate, approxi. mately $8,000 wages. represents 2g 105 days. only $1500 materials. projects bond submitted stairway hauling scrap procured ohio cutstone co. quarries. finished week until money with. work, although noticable now, apparent row tile final grading done. .vote yes transformed beauty spot "amherst well proud. cant eliminate sewer odors pondering over! itne remedy odor frequently corner park ave., cleaned flushed, 'but condition. theyhope eolutlon problem soon. 'i long fight ended nin eteen months ceaseless effort re-open i. hubbard, cashier bank, staff officers employees bank. during figurative sky dark. discouragements many. begun believed answer requirements federal banking departments, aban- doned changes regulations. ago plan started. progress weeks success certain. suddenly entire abandoned issued. restrictions withdrawals upon withdrawal deposits bank tomorrow. apply cases ot united states. both imposed states treasury department. restriction governs hoarding. officially reads: "regulation 23. institution shall person faith deem intended institution, before permitting large unusual amounts currency require requesting withdrawal, full statement under oath purpose is' requested." regulation lo gold. 1. gold coin, bullion certificates secretary treasury. p.t.a. onday parent start open house lasting 7:30. following house. powers introduce faculty. questions. r. penton explain tax asking. remainder 4h club krieg consist exhibit harmony boys orchestra. 4 h pledge sing song, "dreaming." "what does" crete mary young. piano duet, betty lois ehlert. solo, miss frances sabiers. followed ribbons alice bird. movie, "partners three." brought close wai announced committee. musical numbers, playlettes, lectures, seasonal topics. composed walter schultz, bill ehrman, edward pietch, wesbecher, pow ers, emma dreschler dorothy jones. committees health hygiene, mrs, viola keenan; membership, clayton springer; hospitality, alexander. entertainment, leo nard wragg; publicity, caroline liothe. asks complaints sent collection garbage call gust blschoff, 6492. blschoff requested hlrn went. started abandoned. discouraging whose shoulders extra connection fell. worked, often fruitless meant blame anyone. door department, nor government. emergency arisen. precedent guide one's course. groupe through blackness surrounded. theories' advanced looked promising, pitfalls discovered. month dates re-opening anticipated, like wore forced discard. waiw:ec-essary keep optimistic appearance difficult though be. smiling face necessary cause cracks. over. smiles see faces hubbard assistants genuine. perseverance reward, tomorrow resume operation normal basis. bogey liquidation lies slain. "i'm mighty over," nod accent bank's staff. thankful. public says: "during nineteen cities nation facilities. efforts relieve situation unceasing dur ing period. succeeded affecting reopening financial status sound history. "we glad forget struggles half restricted operation, spirit confidence, cooperation patience shown citizens community.' hope fire protection seek reversal ruling cannot water reservoirs various parts protection. wish reser-voirs project. considered winter, attorney general stated power kind; reversed, pushed. used supply fire. inspect line fence between properties edwin theumbling lach dewey rd., settle lino fencq dispute. inspection 15th. decided meet twice, instead onco heretofore. meetings nights each
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-10-04|
|Date of Original||1934-10-04|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-10-04 16 45|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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