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i the amherst news-times 'i ve do our part volume xvi, number 40 thursday, august 30, 1934 sandstone center of world just humans by gene carr depositors happy over court action officials busy on new hospital plan and brownhelm trustees to meet today tomorrow; joint meeting planned for next tuesday; legislation being prepared 1 - $300,000 in deposits will be released when bank is given license; await examiners from federal deposit insurance corporation announcement filing petition park company common pleas asking that under which seeks reopen approved made binding upon non-signers was cheerfully received bank. about a license resume normal operation. technically taken superintendent banks at close business last saturday, but this only purpose bringing jurisdiction court. immediately judge issued an order permitting it continue operate restrictions until hearing has been set september 4th. hostess bible study class tues. . class, conducted flsherwomen's club elyria, met home mrs. w. j. bechtel, tenney ave., tuesday evening their regular weekly meeting. james ellis elyria michael guido lorain. there were 20 attendance lorain amherst. program musical one consisted hawaiian guitar solo edward frederick, vocal duet joseph gigliardi. held mr. chas. mckinney, forest-st. e. baker, rose colored glasses specialty, optometrist deluxe, amherst, ohio. dear charles: spelling indicates material. true bologna pork; baloney tripe. well, anyway, these are sundays you like load up kids sandwiches get out into wide open spaces, if any. would grand idea, 2,978,674 other people didn't have same idea time, all automobiles united states not placed end end-on as they are. we talk 'spaces, saloons country weren't any wider spaces are, then prohibition or what we, might said success. happens? start see ever lot rear ends. place where no park. but. sunday thought bright my own, so good want communicate everyone. did pack lunch pick j back old bus garage shade noble elm right own alley. couldn't found hotter had looked day. lovely waterfall, let hose hang stiwald's fence, got clothes dirty, quick miles home. left engine running, air country. flies lit sand sandwiches, everything. ants crawled us, stray dog bit kids-in fact wasn't feature missing. nice continued page 2 says 90 per cent 84 amount stockholders, 93 92.34 signed consents bank, asks remainder who signed. tf finds with following returned its board directors management 15th. meantime c. brown, special agent department banks, charge affairs. whether normally 15th, providing agrees, depending another element. state banking issue ban deposits. local application granted date depends entirely corporation. before must examine determine condition complies requirements, examination here could say. f. i. hubbard hopeful during period case time bank's reopening basis hurried. may not, however, come after decided event actual dale 15th september. four filed county. cases scheduled heard day h, huston assigned hero because both judges a. it. webber b. thompson financially interested banks. 3 initiated grange hickory tree hall milan-ave. three candidates third team. "inspection night" also fourth degree evening. deputy frank mason ridgevllle attended. featured many solos several fine talks. melon feast refreshments served mary walker, katherine kolbe knittle. 8th pomona ridgevllle. ladles 12 kolbe, middle ridge-rd. tureen dinner. ladies work quilt. baseball tonic jaded nerves individual worries. unfortunately, mako money spend money. "look dress, you!" "yes, always imitating her mother!" wins first prize convention drill teams win prizes amounting $267.50 tho eagles auxiliary mighty proud showing cincinnati 10th, 11th, 12th. according official statement auxiliary, team competitive second in-appearance. seventh ritualistic work. competition won $112.50. second- appearance $75. $80. splendid put on. extends best wishes hearty congratulations them. members kathryn nalley, ella engle, pauline barck, edwards, helen schriner, margaret schroeder, anna smith, irene ehlert, nellie wil-ker, ida minnie bruce, mada becker, burnatt, elsie wirfson, elizabeth sackler, hurlbut evelyn raesler. composed freda rosenkranz, lauer, bahl, maud raesler, becker fackler. churches hold conference rev. r. jensen invited remain coming year quarterly methodist church monday represented meeting, axtel, south entertained group delightful supper. twenty guests axtel supper, held. dr. vernon wager oberlin, norwalk district speaker. committees gave reports various activities carried out. report organization given. jensen, present pastor church, return year. leaves london miss bessie billiard, morning (thursday) london, she bo employed two months. billiard sometime. flower show everyone plans 7th sth, completed. high school auditorium, plenty room exhibits. cares exhibit plants flowers. spon-sorers bhow big don't member garden your flowers plants. every man, woman child display beautiful remember, admission charge, exhibition entry cards furnished free entries o'clock noon friday, 7th. expect fair draw crowd auto races labor day; judging begins saturday record crowds expected 88th annual county 3, william richmond, secretary (of board. expects departments. can richmond. extensive sports arranged days, racing direction newell barr cleveland slated chief attraction afternoon. radio audition contest sponsored station wtam listed features. auditions evenings. five winners selected ta take .program. anyone, regardless age. begin promptly 9 m. richmond announced. wes kreeger golf final wesley kreeger, lad working ashtabula, advanced finals lake shore club's tournament defeating francis buckey, former amateur champion, up. wes, he known staged merriwell finish his semi-final match. down nine holes, began shooting birdies ended 36, par. missed short putt green spoil 35 card. elmo mead championship sunday, sept. 8. meetings thursday night effort tax levy benefit ballot november. law pertaining passed subdivisions sixty days prior electioh. election november 6th expires thursday. tonight tomorrow matter officially groups informally notified familiar councils townships made. eagles. picnic sun. contests, ball game features brandt's park, 2nd. families attend. committee interesting enjoyable should prove interest consist kinds contests sports. main base game. served. long list very incentive part. merchants donated lor events: hearn service station, hardware, learch grocery, boddman, fisher bros., p wm. misohka, o. h. baker co., wesbecher ebbs, gertzen-berger wetzel gru-gel. bob berk furniture alvin avery, oil naba-kowski, fred holzhauer, walter shulz. kuss drug store, mischka meat market, webster lamae beauty shop, (helen schriner), hotel barber shell lloyd minor (french grill), ehrman, arthur leutz, martin bakery. minch, 69 calledby death born independence spent most life amh. s. funeral services minch. 69, wernesday p. fom late x. st. schmidt, peters officiated. burial, evergreen cemetery so. minch independence, ohio, .had resident years. past six years invalid. took seriously ill away. survived sisters, davis gottschalt cleveland; brothers, henry home, robert john herman nieces nephews. art bauer elected rjf democratic executive night. adjusting t differences occur between groups. smythe, solicitor villages securing necessary information reference valuation deter- mining ! support $2,000 , needed, pointed divided raise small. straight-1 ened circumstances collections sufficient financial obligations. situation became serious early threatened closed public drive funds resulted raised pay past-due bills. hospial now obligations paid, lack income able replace equipment become worn much ' replaced give patients. proposed deed property villages, townships. levy. taxes difference hospital's care patients cost rites rickel brother passes away an. illness 4 months marion sylvester rickel, 75, eleven zilch parlors, brother. officiating, trinity evangelical (5 east ashland. heininger officiated church. burial cemetery. rickol west salem, 47 shelby, ho taught music. brother, confined bed surviving attwater, hollywood, california considers round, flat square crooked bumped against.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-08-30|
|Date of Original||1934-08-30|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-08-30 16 40|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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