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i the amherst news-times do our part volume xvi, mmber 29 thursday, june 14, 1934 sandstone center of wortd 4 mr. n. s. hearn, newlywed or nearly so; amherst, ohio. dear bud: a wink lasts seventieth second, but consequences may last lifetime; "well bud; month is here; lest you forget, in we have. .june brides! bugs! moons! '-and peas! well, bud, be brides, roses and pinehing-bugs, that ain't all. also roofing season. fade, pinching-bugs get squashed, bride join bridge club never seen again, roofing, sheet metal -work are like payments on car, fhey stay forever. "well, feel oug'.it to give brides some advice. not about matrimony, they know more tbat already than their mothers do. cooking. don't near as much thedr do, -wish fliey anew itroa. 1 uuu oiamc lhciii. many woman thought she was marrying man founa 'out , t .1 1.". .1. married boarding house. "but ought say something girls plumbing. one thing isn't taught finishing schools, it be. talk lot sex, course wouldn't come right out sewer. companionate marriage all for college topte would awful if-anyb ody mentioned concealed yet think anything happiness aiud health likely depend on, unless root-'ing work. "i have good bath-tub, if there wasn't single bridge! lamp he use. i'm 'finicky at talking these things people are, want this girls; what makes girl beautiful daubs 'she scrubs off. love kisses right, soap water help. only ono wsty'in world keep bean-i tiful, most women, almost way it. so dont need worry tthem. albout him. -a basth-tub, girls, show 5iim where ilt tell him for. shove in. nice, .neat bathroom, signs, nec-essary, shew is. before mix his pancakes, lay razor. cleanliness next lo .godliness. proba"bry close ;as will ever get, helps some. . your anfl having enjd oh, yes, man. how can who gcod plumber? why,, just walk ask uses wishing you, happy marriage, them, am very truly yours, a. nabakowski out-door meeting planned by an cut-door st. anthony's study held monday evening. plans were made outing miller's grove sunday, 24. invitation extended notro dame o lorain attend affair. miss margaret fulton, youth chairman diocese clovelond, speaker afternoon. " ann abraham 'of lunch committee. regret mistakes yesterday must blind us tasks today, children's day observedjunday songs exercises -primary grades enjoyed ( oxg hkgati oxa l observed congregational church sunday morning. program opened with song, which followed invocation robert licl-bach, oberlin; girls' choir, mrs. j. gillette's anna robertson's classes; song intermediate department: recitations given adrian schwartz, schaeffer, donna joy lelm- bach, lois marie dean, jane durl- ing. 'jack gulett, maxine bartlome, womack, richard kane, joan hovis, george treasch; primary department; ' "onward christian soldiers," gerald conger; piano solo, harry powers; baptismal service conducted rev. e. eastman; son ashley slack, daughter august saegert. three sons treasch, receiving rites; scng, gi pietch's class story ruth cromwell entitled, "pandora's 'box." rosemary radde betty braun entertained vocal duet or- s auw uy huh. winter iappiey. tile brought j ciose sermcn children eastman se lections dorothy jones. peter's evangelical songs,- marked obser vance pe ter's church. those charge 'the herman bees ing, assistant superintendent, 'allen camp, junior superintend ent, edith ehrman, superintendent. 'taking "john jewett, cahl, rhoda rs6hwitzke, dale bruce, carol par- 'ker, "betty lou schroeder, doro thy mooebius claire coverdale, 'contance barck? wayne heller, 'marilyn webster, geraldine smith, lavonne becker, miller, "dorothy aldrlch, gawn, charles wolf, sharp, philip nhdliuay, schulz, rosen erairz, shirley ehlert, barbara krieg, christine hel ler. mildred hollingsworth, vincent strauss, morris paton, baus milton martin, jerry young, .tun- ..,.'. sler, carl henes, alma masters, leroy ivll,brecht, james schultz.j norman kurth, nadine aldrich, ttuth "fleckner neva barrls c. schmidt baptism services lime jean bischof, infant elmer -bisc'hofff received rites. methodist short wldren vt department chuch morning observance day. included songs, dialogues. taking exercibes dute, emery, luella early, jayce bet ty shadduck, sweet, roy jensen, raymond wragg, jackie charleen neal donald nettie blythe, edwin vankeuren, ttosetta hill, wllma vankeu ren. pianist occasion olive guild. another feature baptizing guild jack bruce. first sunday. begin 10 o'clock. no worship service. ray maring hostess r. o. saturday evening's diversion bridge, midnight delicious luncheon served. green white color scheme carried table decorations place cards. humans - cfi "lucky progress shown movie tonite "these thirty years" .ford garage years," new picture produced ford motor company, ba garage. complimentary tickets being distributed wagner aebersold under whose auspices local showing held. begins 30 years ago town brookfield. dave haines aged mother see farm everything own put auction block satisfy greedy mortgage holder. during auction, however, becomes inspired y "horseless carriage" tearing down rutted country road neck breakin' speed 20 miles per hour." see." great future automobiles wants jed trovers, livery stable owner, go into business withholds decision until proves "carriage" tlo -cross race n horse. success favors dave. if- wins race-also "hand larcombe. liave son, bob, problsni later life h"j playlns working, spauds "dal'y" money gamlbling stock market. "crash" 1929 catches bob. loses everything, including girl, baily, lias been disgusted time. jed, partner dave, sticks saves occasion, finally inspires become dad, ann, nlayers featured years!" include david morris, played in,"come easy," "young sinners," "cradle snatch-ers," "in best families," k. elmo lowe, lead "there's always juliet," other well known plays; mcdonald, leads "left bank" "here today," took "forsaking others" featuring tal- lulah bankhead: frederick rester, father "animal kingdom." alice john, plays "mom" has theater guild, arthur hopkins, fro-hman. degree u. john micuda, ormsby's corners, doctor veterinary medicine fifty-seventh annual commencement exercise ohio state university, 5 p. m. monday, 11, stadiiim. micuda clas3 3.0f0 graduates. gene carr ; : dog!" hospital drive brings $1500 uver ?1500 raised hospital, according committee report tuesday complete contributions expected. fund $500 amount needed cover .budget balance year. follows: cash $1185.26 pledges .. 322.50 kendeigh, general chaitman comm.it-see'said several contacted, promised make far failed turn thein pythians honor oldest members toast lodge youngest knight regular knights pythian, evening, over 65 age guests honor. honored f. foster, h. filajrick, lorfw moabius, dr. l. hall, clayton seely, deuschle. men presented bouton-nieres from florist, active member. forty served banquet. tf.ie traction beautifully decorated birthday cake. chancellor commander, oliver kolbe, toastmaster. sam wragg. ielach gu)-y responded brief remarks. bernard mc-kinley, knight, gave lodge. berlin heights sturtevant, communism growing uni ted states especially schools colleges. monger, told party organized. erhman, pianist, fletcher, saxophone a- braham, banjo, furnished music occasion. organiza tion indoor baseball team suggested geo. frank. chal lenge any pythian teams county. discussion con cerning picnic cottage ceylon final ar rangements wiere left night. entertains daugh-ters dorcas evan gelical evening home stiwald. thei group meet again september. v i5(ss3i seek nominations representatives eastmen cooper republican endorsements; two elected both could win nomination depositors divided checks claims sections friday branch county sav- ings trust company crowded overflowing former' saving banking co. eager dividend checks, matter amount. crowd showed every sign cheerfulness nature. seemed disappointed amounts received. fact, deal surprise a' size seme checks. streamed bank ali saturday. order take care rush, remained open five 1900 opening morning, 350 claimed. net claimed due fact removed vicinity amherst. expected anywhere york california. claim interesting note gc pay off taxes, interest, insurance bills. really goes the- trying possible settle up accounts. confidence evidenced had surplus cf hand deposited small liquidated worth while claim. benefit liquidating agents persons sums claims. clean books satisfactory way. paid, still unclaimed. either lost sufficient about. remain file agent removes town. then returned columbus. old folks' consist special choir. sermon delivered frank foster oberlin. 10:45. octogenarian club. 80 admitted belonging capt. stough, adams, w. eastman, patterson. each member bouquet flowers. brown duties brown, work north-central section o., promoted a-gent entire state. headquarters offico columibus hereafter, parts instead section. village candidates field fctate representative. petitions nomination. time memory timers sought office. should candidate, booth, stand chance represented lower house statr legislature. representatives, entirely impossible win. nomination, predoni-inent complexion cculd 'they successful securing affairs township largo acquaintanceship throughout the-county. secretary treasurer former president men's association, deputy registrar vehicles, 01 central present its chairman, school superintendent thirteen years, eight board education. -school when iff became laborer. stationery engineer rbenezer orphan flat rock re- mained years. came worked mechanic automatic 13 conduct agency established. born 196 acres. received! b. carleton col-, lege, northfield, minn. following lie rural y. minnesota. entered ober-. lin seminary 1906 continued activities secretay of' council bluffs 1911 county-where 1914. initiated com contest. term position number boys grew 100 bushels corn acra. vi began ccunty since taken 4-h clubs. phase activity physical examination children. department. charges ministry churches bath richfield. 1922 here since. interested public interest enterprises township, serving trustee, relief commission. outdoor conservation propagation wild life. past chiefs sisters met mlschka attractively bouquets rosea delphinium
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-06-14|
|Date of Original||1934-06-14|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-06-14 16 29|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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