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the amherst news-times ws do our part volume xvi, number 51 thursday, november 15, 1934 sandstone center of worcd begin drive for red cross call hope to save hospital last friday's special meeting trustees developed into a consultation members and citizens officials village whose main thought was find some means keeping open. who attended included mayor e. c. stiwald, dr. ted wiseman, h. l. hall, w. g. schaefer, conrad zilch, ed. brucker, albert slack a. j. nabakowski. poster invites your membership amherst's annual roll will next wednesday, 21st, continue until thanksgiving day. b. egeland, general chairman campaign here, hopes have make creditable showing during campaign. "our solicitors start out promptly on opening i that people respond appeal this year as generously they can, receive courteously. these women are giving their time efforts cause without compensation naturally want work thoroughly in short is possible. help them along by responding not it necessary call-backs," said mr. egeland. armistice day observed friday legion ivaas night when schools collaborated with elmer johnson post american putting prqgram at school gym. auxiliary body. jennie frederick albin wagner depicted tableau used year's rerl call. john egeland aunonnced starting date lhe amlum. following teveral numbers '.v high liool t, ln'ura dirivcd mis i'm'tii'iy ,i(i es, o-ynrt grade presented several foixp. rest program follow?: demonstration, "the woodpecker teddy bear." three; accordion solos, miss ruth ehrman; play, "sleeping beauty" three: duiing intermission between acts, holllngsworth, played piano solo, "shower stars;" remarks george schroe-der, commander legion, announcement, egeland; rhythm orchestra, two; music, boys' glee club; vocal maureen decker; "over river thru woods," grades fo.ir five; indians jack o'lanterns, four; girls address, atty. cinniger, lorain; taps. st. joseph's p. t. holds first lour parochial gave rtte r regular concluded recitation "thanksgiving," thomas abraham; action song "glad be little girl," mary lou aschenbach; playlet, thanksgiving" fourth, jole roth reader; recitation, "my favorite holi-iday," donald slack; clarinet solo. 1 dreamt dwelt marble halls," sammie truscello; accompanied his sister, ida; sammy also announce program. playlet given jane reynolds, betty scott, june ruth, elsie lodge, iole roth, eugene rickett, mccann, clifford anthony, vincent muniga, walter 'gambish, eva attl. observance national book week, mrs. wesbesher very interesting life knute rockne. an address dew health commissioner lorain- county followed. he told organization department its function. he, also, discussed prevention contagious diseases. talk ny father eischen closed meeting. accident saturday occurred albout 7:30, william robertson received severe cut eye hald . hand painfully injured. driving oberlin-elyria road car crashed truck parked side lights. robertson's badly smashed. ads pay pointed wonderful being done every cross, fact has been fortunate requiring services should bring about willingness help. emergency organization, stepping picture disasters, rendering ail those made destitute through no fault own. such emergencies flood, fires, sea disasters other cases called upon assist in, respector position or wealth. warning low alike suffer, humanity's task give assistance cases. cros only organized agency equipped personnel supplies rendf-r aid, we must all contribute keep field, never know where disaster oc.curr," canvassers conduct are: charles hamann, harry williams, robert cromwell, kemdeigh, d. kaser, m. schaeffer, mi'. 'harry wolf, m!rs. wut-r miller, caroline kothe, f. eastman, bruce, alice torno. mildred towne, pietch, ray jewott, r. powers, bechtel, sam wragg, clayton springer, raymond sick, rickel, i. maxwell, mrs., jensen, leonard stiwald has-enpflug. new rates electric users 2sth month oct. bill due 'bills were distributed late. another bit good news reduced ap- poar bills. minimum 12 kwh. kiwh 9c; ss lc; 100 kwh 4c over 200 3 three-quarter cents. penalty 10 per cent 'be imposed if bills naid 17th month, exclud ing month. old 10c; 88kwh 6c; 5c. funeral directors held turkey dinner district no. 17 ass'n tuesday evening evangelical church ladies aid serving dilnner 20. dinner, group adjourned home business session held. fred handel, state secretary, youngstown, present report convention orleans. comprised medina lorain counties. wadsworth january. juvenile books library seventy-five juvenile-books display play amherstibrary this, week. 'part 'fi arranged commemorate "book week". attend football game many fans took advantage opportunity see two nation's best teams clash cleveland. result 'sailcr boys from annapolis downed notre dame ramblers south bendrra'mwi a1-r "7 d c 0. attendance b.' bierman, baird, aivl drosdowski, jerry dolan, beatrice johnstone, joseph krutch, henry bob strohmeier. men get together ann fp.om oup local meqcuknt5 merchants co-operating "around amherst" double page advertisement the- issue buy now! slogan government recovery. dollar you invest hslp movement toward making prosperity fciation-wid'e. big co-operative venture, sponsored news-times, inducement en thusiasts program, given. attractive inducements fered each week co-op- perating concern; "unfair," but strictly logical legitimate buys. free movie tickets further fos ter spirit patronizing am union service u)uion mar-vice congregational wecjncpday niqht, nov. 30. rev. ttickel charse. there music choir directed lucille hearn. sunday bazaar fponsm3d 23 24. one features idi liner sunday. prizes awarded besides door prize night. duncettent herst concerns, concerns to, theatre somebody's name ap-ipear ad. throughout campaign, which entitle person ticket. read advertisements carefully may a-mong free- watch red, white blue thrift club member signs windows places "buy prosperity" sure cqpy week's' news-times. appear advertisements. let's boost amherst! k p hold 30 k. met monday plans fo.r combined ledges feath-eringham bergholz, ohio, grand chancellor; corlell, keeper record seals, principal guests. standen, former lorain, lodge deputy act toastmaster. banquet copgregational g:::o. 250 expected llyria, oberlin lagrange. tvent-one 'business session, entertained themselves dart basdball gfa. trip sandusky honor captain uniformed rank 43 years, postponed dec. 3. illness honored guest. art form completed amherst, under auspices (!. olm-ylead. oberlin, supervisor counly snluolf council. olmstead college alumni secretary. david wilon, artist, selected take charge clas. claass adults now enrolled school. clmtoad wilfm meet interested 7:30 public school, domestic science room radio series talks fine arts ohio univer- sity incorporittd lessons. students exhibitions lpctures, open tho museum oberlin. evangelistic ot iheld monday. services, except saturday, august peter, tiffin, pastor here. feature meetings bo different township streets improvement started clean ditch leavitt rqad broadway put tile taylor tils street. original surveyed against natural drainage qf land. residents lower end attempted line, whole system became clogged up. four catch basins installed idono 'by supervision o surveyor. furnishing g 7 day, shifts. s piesent financial plight brought failure one-half mill tax levy, secure sixty-five ,per majority election gth. consisting seo committees appointed, board workers precinct did early voters ballot mistake discovered had voted. error booth blank baallots iin box equal already examination ballots showed 27 ballots, ruled number, even favorable, would changed sufficient ihe levy support. second committee consisted wesbechor nord seek ways financing hospital. hoard tonight, (thursday) tomorrow (friday). reports both tomorrow's meetiing. future depend largely results meetings. dog warden issues w;s issued minkler, warden, dogs kept home. minkler stated more complaints running loose iij than any section co. lie destroying shrubbery other-plants property owners bssides. annoying chasing automobiles. miukler after conference mile's condition remedied, steps taken remedy-it vry near future. churches peter's church. "missions and. men," proved success hoped successful. statt supper o'clock. speaker superintendent ohio. masonic chorus. garden town hall. topics discussion be, "putting sleep," "roses". will' locil study topics. 7:30. dance dances o. idance weld ffriany modern fashioned, tunos russ mollison arid midnight revelers. dewey facklor fouhiotied dances, '
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-11-15|
|Date of Original||1934-11-15|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-11-15 16 51|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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