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the amherst news-times w. ooom put vge.ume xvi, number 25 thursday, may 17, 1934 sandstone center of world hospital early reports "indicate goal will not be "reached; .workers" hope centered on factory reports;; lefforts intensified . amherst, o. '34. fellow citizens: nowadays ohjy ones whose political opinions 'differ are those who beong lo- same party, "well, anyway, most everybody has heard 'the story two calves, but its one bf immortal ideas fnnamental to life, which like mcdrteheoiis cartoon ' jack frost, dragged out time and again, inspiration enjoyment- everybodp concerned- yoked together by ropes, either end -was tied around a respective calf's- -neck, seen jerking each other back 'forth between pans milk -which farmer had placed ground for breakfast, inadvertantly plating' the- several inches fatther apart than leng-"th rope -which'joined rcalves, neithet ca1f"is able drink. his mouth no more' touches pan is jerked away bv 'ffort calf reach 'his pan. so continues -and progress -ma'de 'toward 'tyreakfast. "until -of calves ,-lgets idea leaving going o"f other. "we 'then see ealves enjoying milk. having finished first 'they-proceed -an'd-co-oporatively partake contents iflf'that 'this story, citizens, em-'bodies lesson in co-operation which-must practiced 'every "human 'being attains full measure satisfaction or her efforts gain -good things 'life. "no man woman can at tarn -the highest degree success toy "his effort alone. -ahieve fame fortune have! liappy faculty helpful co-l operation -toward others. "by help-! ing others they good will' their men, 1n turn help them ends. , ictfzens, we all ties an appeal been made you give hospital. fund. some persons have already done so. there still many opportunity sign your pledges when workers make you, this plea presented prayerful consider ation to-do very best, behalf us need .lirst from "view point humanity, view ctric 'pride, our institution let willingness confined money. ever present within communl-ity deep well generosity little public attention given. it come daily j inconspicuous services life better prove men women enduring fellowship society. adequate support hospital, taken themselves contribution success. sincerely yours", a. nabakowski. p otherwise known as naby. nice thing about riding bicycle that hitchhikers ask lift. drive fall short although wednesday was too secure any accurate estimate, -amount money realized drive, indications were 'hat amount ot -money hoped raised 'drive -would short. got off bad start monday night date conflicted with regular pta meeting. tn addition rainy weather hampered workers, mailing attempt "to canvassing. what few wete' hi after-' noon indicated house-to-house' campaign far "below -amount. committee cen-1 tering raising the; needed 'keep hospi tal open reeeived factories. quarrjes u. "s. automatic cooperation management pledged deducted pav envelopes. until saturday given sources knewn. also learn met appeals sent factories "elyria a-nd lorain. every -will mads keep even if 'budget realized. pointed should forced close difficulty would "be experienced reopening hecause changes made' in- laws governing hospitals. new equipment required re-open once closed mean considerable outlay operating -under -present conditions purchase seem hopeless. part committee, captains bal-anoe week bolster aip raise "keep hospital' open. bids electric current village council tuesday i authorized board -pifblic affairs advertise supply light power. special session last ordered advertisement inserted week. uext move clear up question amherst. next depend entirely upon disclose. cleric instructed write utilities commission urging action removal hazard jack-son-st. bridge. matter investigated 'by reported it. ford dealer opened here wagner aebersold, formerly operated garage cleveland-st. agency cars building park ave., oil co. location showing line automobiles carry complete stock parts. large service department rear show rooms being equipped repair machinery tools. arthur aebersold albln owners elmer buchs, just' moved into charge department. displays bring p.t.a. activities mary jane woodlngs final meeting season p. t. held high school night, crowd attending singing three selections, "together," "my tribute," "our battle hymn children" (the entire audience. following business session, collection taken, much joy officers present, books year "red." formal installaticnbf" 1934-35 con ducted' supt. powers. stalled coming mrs. i. g. maxwell, pres., russell stauffer, vice pres.; florence bodmaiin, secretary; herbert van-kuren, treasurer. 'following installation officers, enjoyable program rickel. nunnber selections orchestra, miss dorothy jones conductor. demonstration rapid called "working numbers," group pupils drechsler's fourth gra'de. style review do- pythian sisters birthday party celebrate event evening local hall evening, celebrated silver anniversary founding temple. charter menftoers members fern temple, 'lorain, guests honor. these order yeais ago. during ceremonies memiber rose. past grand chief ohio, ida henry, lorain, rose also. elhiore ruth, excellent chief, directed wliich began assembly sing-ins parodies written ruth pythianism. amhersn 'high schotj drama class one-act play, "not quite such goose." taking gwendolyn thomas, grace shsnskey, marjorie plato, leonard 'wilson geof fery monger.. remainder included reading tribute mother ruth-, letter nettie schaeffer, oldest the. lodge, schaeffer; toast mothers ora mae duet, "little o'mine," evelynrae-sler carrie sharp mc-crann, roy accompanist; history edith hoffner; mellophone solos, betty baus accompanied evelyn rae-sler; brief remarks temple henry. rev. f. e. eastman oliver kolbe gave series talks. mr. chancellor commander knights pythias. piano solo rendered junior erhman, h. monger. ben schaeffer furnished music evening. l. henes floral decorations. prominent place occupied three-tiered cake lit memlbers. j. fredrick received prize late hour, committe served lunch. brucker, ella jaeger, cynthia monger, c. seeley, hoffner, kather-ine cameron, bessie avery, fredrick, jessie mcghee, elizabeth baus, ada braun. where children, dog cat toe relied walk green concrete. m?stic science classes colorful affair. th girls modeled tht'ir own dresses. combination! greens, reds, blues pinks; stripes, prints, plain colored materials blended vast parade beauty service. 6118011x1)163, house frocks, sports dresses, gowns, last, ileast, pajamas. 'these garments showed patience ana rkiii on- mak-jer. fcr lang pi- ano. i, of' show, r!miss hearn, domestic instructor,' announced winners 01 tne cane uaicing contest, rne pinners prizes follows: sponge cake-first $1.00, harris; second prize, bo cents, janice bruce honorable mention krleg. 'white cake, -1.00, "beverly bruce; 50 rickel; hon-brahle mention, raesl-jer. 1 gymnastic spring parallel bars iiy boys hub-continued tage 4 bakery choosen 2nd selected again lever bros., cniutoridge, mass., hold bakers cleveland surrounding cities towns. sticli 'bakery be- icause modern layout. demonstration, bakers, only, purpose testing receipes cookies pastry. skveral witness1' collegemay day students berea teachers attended festivities baldwin-wallace college saturday. among enjoyed gorgeous spectacle helen brucker teaman, college, henson, smith, deb young, holz-toauer. margaret rice, eppley, jones, cocper dute. outstanding crowning queen. pomp ceremony surrounded lasting impression minds witnessed queen attired lovely organdy gown long flowing veil. girl attendants wore gowns green, pink, blue, lavender yellow gorgette. white trousers dark coats. queen, dances various gym held. occasion orchestra band, ebbs member. winding maypole, always event, more interesting folks because 40 participants valarie eppley. tour fraternity houses, emma hall, buildings interest campus. dinner after "ladles jury," played suzan. b. jieet henes, park-ave., hostess women? benefit association tomorrow ev enlng (friday). social hour follow ibusinesr initiate eagle sunday elaborate plans reception membership district; begin o'clock eagles six towns district perfected only last-minute details remain completed, ha care aerie saturday-night m eagle's hall. president v. baker eveiy attend night's candidates "mother's class" initiated afternoon. rented huge throng expected attend. talk safety" thursday ethel ryan asks do prevent accidents ryan, representative governor's safety commission, ''safety," lat thurs day. lias traveled ovrr state vimted average eight schools she emphasized fact outward appearances car get vital "some people," said "spend hours polishing cleaning exterior car, test lights brakes they, too, perfect condition." brake cleveland, over 5,000 tested. hundred cars, ninety imperfect brakes. while watching automobile overheard remark, never knew before." driven years, yt he how worked. another important speech concerned bus law. law states direction must stop least ten feet bus. allowed pass motion. fine passing anis $50. closing talk, asked appoint himself one, helping accidents. am sure privileged hear future towards preventing legion notes "important matters take discussing before friday night," donnelly arrangements under consideration. boy scout tonight (thurday). sell poppies town 2(hh. canvass made, legionaires stand street corners there. ptople buy unlil saturday, 26th, buying post. previous years posts send days earlier cause lose sales. junior-seniors banquet 26th annual junior-senior set 26th. "he chairman committees meeting' regularly anticipation gradually nearlng completion. admiral byrd found everything left america frozen asset. call form proceed south tenney, cast spring, north west church house. led bands, followdd speakers candidates. drill teams fjliow. elyria. nor-walk, sandusky, willard wellington join celebration. arrange here: membership, william bruce,; speakers,. m. lawless; parade, becker; music, henry raeslor; visitors, edwards; entertainment, clay phillip smanch, w'ilker; publicity, baker; initiation. schriner. preside nt affair are: webberm, director; baker, chairman; barrett, norwalk, secretary. ijp joe akron; pickrl, dayton, candidate democratic nomination governor. thei initiation originally fcheduled postponed expressed wish- home "the were, pioneers cel'ebratin.r mothers' day," k: oe lodge said. "ou national presidents, frank horing, somh bend, lnd., recognized mother's address, united states. organization decided stage largest state-wide observance ohio. ar vangements 20. programs honor parts state, ohio part." m- confirm " sun. young people confirmed st. john's evangelical 2 schmidt conducted confirmation. well-filled beautifully decorated potted cut flowers. ,were were: yvonne mori, class; ralph lewis schacht, marian frances cashman, jeanne laverne fazey, lila pippert, zo-ella hogue, anna zatroch susie ivan. honolulu correspondence mc-kinley honolulu, started. mckinley enrollment 3,000 students. girls, doris conger june twig corres ponding nellie chang mends honolulu. women's christian temperance union of. mies tena jacobs, franklin (fiiday 2:30. urge attendance. v
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-05-17|
|Date of Original||1934-05-17|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-05-17 16 25|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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