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the amherst news-times wt do our part volume xvi, number 42 "thursday, september 13, 1934 sandstone center of world hospital-village issues endorsed business men approve tax levy to support hospital and bond issue for fera improvements this winter unanimously endorsed. both village at their monthly meeting last monday night in st. joseph's school. a committee consisting conrad zilch, henry kane, dr. w. g. schaefer, fred hogrefe, f. i. hubbard was appointed present voters explain necessity passage. is one-half-mill outside ten-mill limitation hospital. will be voted upon by brownhelm voters. it appear on ballot as being "current operating expenses" but turned over trustees each township. couple wed saturday am dorthea hearn weds nelson zilch ceremony bride's home miss .dorthea hearn, daughter mr. mrs. charles n. main son "werner park ave., were united marriage morning 10:30 a. m. parents . rev. e. eastman performed ceremony, using single ring service. bride wore seal brown ensemble crepe with shoulder corsage johanna hill talisman roses. j. dutling, sister, matron honor she gowned trimmed fur. yellow daisies formed her corsage. jane susanne durling, nieces bride, flower girls. frocks silk broadcloth tan brown. carried colonial bouquet delphinium toses, susanne, satin basket robert attended his brother best man. witnessed 'the immediate families following, buffet luncheon served. service table centered beautiful bowl .couple left immediately an eastern trip, 'bride traveling tweed suit hat shoes match. they make lake wood. graduated from high school bowling green state college. has' been teacher economics ' lqcal seven years. school, ohio university college engineering member acacia fraternity. he employed graybar electric company, cleveland. study club holds first 1934-35 season held afternoon c. alexander, s. street. sixteen members answered roll call "points interest irwohio, visited during vacation." display snapshots favorite beauty spots enjoyed, prqgram included book review, "the farm," louis broomfield, given l. beach; paper, "ohio, historic," chas. hopkins, leuzler; poem, "ohio" harold penton. new officers conducted meeting. these include h, ludwig, pres., r. powers, vice pen-ton, sec, gillette, treas. president announced board managers, including rice, beach h. powers; social committee, wesbecher, jas nicholl mayme blum; awards, pen-ton nord. next monday;, oct. 1, e.e, foster. pay village's portion that winter. without proceeds bonds funds carry th? work contemplated. tn presenting matter smythe, president, said, "because 10-mill limitatios amherst, like all other municipalities, sufficient operating. there not money available government insists shall provide. unless raised through projects have dflopped. cost approximately $18,000 .village's share about $4800. we go ahead stands lose $13,200 willing spend here." commenting further issue, august nabakowski told federal going would spent regardless action village, communities rather than amherst. "and taxpayers havp taxes which comes whether get any benefit or not," said. referring levy, smythe said unable keep open carried. him "going red" $200 month. one-half mill raise $2,50u townships "is amount losing annually. "tt bad enough submit one tyear feelings must kept down, two just very unfortunate matter, here seemed no way out. behind people tell them why are necessary sure defeated," warned smythe. legion auxiliary elects off! c e r s emma lounsbrough elected tuesday evening. are: parker, president; menz, second hale bechtel, secretary; hugo truscello, treasurer; clyde donnelly, sergeant-at-arms; holzhauer, chaplain; harry wolf, historian. installed joint installation auxiliaries county, date later. pythians hold melon party mon. following regular k. p. lodge held. invited. 50 enjoyed pleasant evening melons playing cards. entertained while music james ehrman fleckner orchestra. road signs direct tourists erected principal cross roads lead if wishes men's association pass. o. baker brought tlvj attention night. many led believe route 58 appearances maps, actually mile away. "people drivo right knowing it," nabakowski, mayor stiwald holzhauer take up highway department county commissioners effort direction ack-erman's, cleveland kolbe rd., corners, league organized now organized; plan women's considerable has shown begins play tonight. fact, so much fo,rmed. begin week. ladies also formed. who wish interested entering teams requested see manager alley. schedule tonight well team captains follows: capt. t. cleaners, b. 7:15 1-2 leutz babers, barck berk grocery, 3-1 mischka coals, ex-hys, rus's kreeger 8:45 wetzel & grugel, grugel wagner abersold, stroh- mier 3-4 dry d. native heads african hunt fearless young man sets out trail big game veldt martin johnson, frank buck rest weathly sportsmen love traipse a-cross wild game, beware! 'amherst putting most courageous sons supposed secret someone let lion bag four hero trifle such tame thing ca. put instead.) kay wassm discovered inspecting bunch guns ammunition after several hours rigid cross-examination finally broke down confessed africa game. received inspiration reading funny paper inasmuch smokes same kind cigarettes buck, ho says can't fail. reporter confidently expects ray bring back fine lyings. sororsis meets time fall activities sorosis summer recess, jerome menz. boll illustrators artists. program charge following: margaret rise, poem; edna model lives; edith ehrman, neysa mcmein; gall, "as earth turns." hugh gawn assistant hostess. finds stone lost stoughs pop-corn party, few weeks ago, n small rirl emerald brilliant. looked times success. hut tlie day stough found owner may calling nt anchorage. students return alma maters bluff ton, j baldwin wal-i lace; football over, arc beginning peparatlons leave respective maters. boys uppermost minds past week advantage preschool practices. those art thomas wesleyan where lie sopliomqre candidate battling bishops backfield. gecrge limes, joei beres, allen schoeder, freshmen, george cox, sophomore -for bluffton. beres quarterback position ana proof should win easily. pchroeder cox linesmen! innes trying end. dick baetz o-berlin third year. participate athletics due injury sustained mike returning washington university. valerie epply planning attending 'wallace frederick ebbs student there. jerry aschenbach boeing aeronautics oakland, california. mary nord, theresa dybinski, berger prospects dark eleven only away; back-field local gridsters started scrimmaging possible line what expected dur ing three months. points stand above rest, greeness squad,, poor tackling, lack enogh play, backfield candidates heavy slow line. realized fact johnny brown, becker burnett had experience all. tackling poor. gold expect stop fleet backs medina, london wellington throw them, improve 100 per cent. size squad, dozen strain full reserve strength. squad freshmen sophomores reached growth nre gaining future looks tra dltion good backfields. among looking michael, burnett, gam-bish, rqy hass, lach; experience. michael gam-bish developing into punters. roy haas proven reckoned eddie lach, although eophomore, gives promise brother's footsteps. fat, bo hindered fritz, borocz, monty haas. burke, schaeffer, becker, giblin .joseph plenty weight slow. still prepare themselves can done more definite idea power friday when ober-lin fcjr practice game.. furnish oberlin supposedly stronger asks 2-mill additional to, remain entire term; deficiency caused 10 adoption year impossible task help question financing education decided ask two-mill limitation. short teachers penton, show realsuccess its staged town sat. gymnasium place person witli hay fever saturday, gym mass flowers shrubs. occasion annual sponsoied garden club. attracted visitors lake-wood, sullivan, elyria, lorain, oberlin. judged shaw bowen, assisted kurtz. prizes w rtded to: black, ruth anna nicholl, steele, springer, john miller, ruth, mrs-. pippert, paul wohlever, russell, jotinson, stella krugman, bans, mathes, heller, urias, monger, albert berg. young, blanche jen- ne, bessie hamel. marjorie pip-pert, daniel, jean bain, belden, iole roth william cox. awarded herman cahl, jensen, roth, kearns, baxter, peter niesen, baus, eastman, betty berg, phyllis elizabeth florence hamel .lenne. addition published week's issue. dairy, zimmerman gas station, lyon publishing co. calcium y., la mae shoppe. extend appreciation donors prizes, exhibitors, judges, bejard use auditorium, lent assistance decorating room affair. reopens term 779 girls dropping bats balls, dolls doll dresses, public opened morning. 62 taking steps field knowledge. 202 pupils enrolled juior 2s5 senior high. 31 graduating class tills increased who, making work. enrollment divided grade, c2; c3; 65; fourth fifth 68; sixth 73; seventh 03, eight 6g; ninth s3; tenth 70; eleventh 71; twelfth 31. try want ad goes effect sight forthcoming. either cut teach pay, according education. penton based calcula- tions income $35, 344. si expenses compared $48,852.1!) $35,344.81 liquid fuel netted $g,715. expires january 1st, authorities opinion re-enacted legislature. legislature fails re-enact law school's revenue nojw estimated will' figure $2s,g29. 2.2 mills inside uncertainty fo,r budget commission find reduce before final appropriations set up. two-mil submitted voters, anticipated paid, wih percent collections district, total receipts $45,028, $3,800 less submitting "we "question finances urging merely inform decide done. nec essary spring schoo. clo.sp wouldn't didn't give chance vote question. all, personally share- extra burden payers rest." asked understood enacts laws provide schoor collect levy. event remove duplicate. receiving a-total 7.85. made 2.65; irreciucable 15 2.20, 3.00. intangible tax. 2.65 irreducable 2.20 eliminated becomes effective 1st. pointed valuations district years ago $7,200,000. reduced constitutional amendment removed intangibles duplicate, reduction valuations, b'i $1,842,090.00. pilgrimage loudonville composed lorain vermilion clubs travel lou-donville sunday life. vicinity around head mohican river abundant plants seen here. invited attend meet hall ,it 930 important .all hall. 7:30 promptly.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-09-13|
|Date of Original||1934-09-13|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-09-13 16 42|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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