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... , r i - the amherst news-times we do our part volume xvi, .number 44 thursday, september 27, 1 934 sandstone center of world if pmn foe annual wesl'anjbanquet ' decide "to hold banquet oct."12 at meeting in bryant uhome plans' -ifat .annual btmquet were made meet-( ing wf' thevweslejarri club tts :che methodist church when group met :saturdt y evenhrg iiv aioine mr. and mrs. dun dryanl,, "vv.j lorain st., oberlin. banqvet will-hie held fiiifliryr evening, oct. 12 commit- tee appointeu to ntttke arrange-- mcntb for' affair its lawn-! ard wragg, i. g. maxwell stnil earl -swr-at. october meeting, offiuers will bo elect&i for uie new yvar tm- nominating committee asp-pointed by ttti.e presatt-nt, j. el egelanfl, is composed e&i'l' bwoel,'5leon;ara wragg-sand jte.i r. jensen. fowowing'fiu- business session, rest llit evening! was spettt-in- games xontests. dact 'baselkill, thetitam caj-, f-talned' iry'georg'e' bruce-won over; team captained bylleonarfll wragg "by a score of26:lo 14-! cootio tbejj provided uw-ersioiinvfisor, laranoujjee-d'lhe-pereonaiel honors went ma's 'sweet rev.- jens!- bert marlowe aaekbtuise .consoled. lunch wws serye-u ute hostess- -ri.r-and' ma..- r- '&ttt sen, mr.-and-mra. earl-sweet, mr mr.' p. 'zjich, mt hr.. bauer, wrd .jack baaice, und marlowe, -'mr. mrsg. mttxwell. sjr. andhrs. leonard wragjc mid ,mra.l becker, mr.anu a. egehrod. miss ugarolyn 13uild aind 'jwbk 'bruce. rsouth legion elects il last year's officers soutriffnie frederick -arfd eric pentoin 'ameru-an re-elected oat -ttfonual election 'held "week -at 'the legiwu tre-wna. commander jack "merman head gttmp durinigthe coming year. others elected are: don maze, first vice commander; ilar-ty-rttth, second -vice -commander; -ralpli reinhai3lt. .'adtjuhiot; 'rapl mori, treasurer; tommy caji-passo, sergeantiit-arms. instatjatlon esttrijises -ir-'lji jie helfl -oct. 9, s;.oel city tot 50 j jn loniiu. rontine tdisoussed rit?3shments served. twenty-one members vera present plans -were annonneed lo next meelsng 4 dr. wiseman, jr., 13 5, wood hill :drive, amherst, ohio, dear doctor: queen hie bungalow bays: back eble time it customary place alj blame on goat instead tonsils. well, anyway, one most important questions before public light now question food. really divides itself into two ques tions: what eat, where get it. guess . told you about that doctor mine who me couldn't eat beefsteak onions. then looked bill-of fare saw th,at onions dollar quarter, knew didn't1 need have tell me. pood divided clashes, s is, between classes; those can't it, can 11 "well, doctor, any fifty cent pastries, -you weren't telling anything new. fred hubbard park bank has already same thing, without charging single cent. (no, seven per instead.) food also continued pago ii ') rites tor phillip schmauch rfiincral 'sohmauch, -veteran 'quarry worker died at' his home' kendiegl corners"tlrnrsday wer'-held saturday lf30 in. tjom latu home from "st."leters evan-ge'iicril frh-nrih at"2- p.-mrev. c. e. schmidt officiated. lucy hoemcr arid miss"hildatcrieg sang several beautiful number?. tall bearers xjeorge cox, 11. b. schaetfer, reuben hollins-worth,christ'romus. robert cromwell. 'ernst' lembke. tburrdvdirectfcd"by thfehbaker co. nvas 'in 'crowfrti'fll cemetery. many relatives friends atlerided la-st f ites fflcnoid edit ffigh(scrt0dl7aper statt x; record an- nounced by"miss"mtirray ; tstaft campaign subsription drive "record, high school paper, started moriday. atfthe 'kathyrn murray, faculty ad- staff. nordis the-tfditor, wlth mary'louise gaehr anutollve (guild, -assistant-editor. staff as follows : lltvrary (ellltor, ruith 'etchtrutti 'feature editors, "frank 'jrhiechert, mnnet brown anil tleo gibrbu; sports, kenneth -fritz; moke 'geoffr ey monger 'alumni, helen berger;, artist, 'helen "hetmst; 'reporters, hunry "mcgarvey, '"gerber, peggy 'wetfbecher, n fl janksjci bnume. 3'hn 'ehrman heafts the'tousinesa stall" -and 'harry "powers advertising -manager. kvelyn 'webster, assistant -advertising -nwtnager.! franlr kovach'is ciretllation-mana-! ger atud "has 'rosella miuber, -jen- .assistants. ruth "sondergeld anfcl 'dehres 3iight are typlsrts. clatss 'fliat receives -the -most stfbscriplwis 'rri -will ine awarded half holiday. mark silver wed- ding awnlversftryj a-,group "30 gathered aa.i "kteeger. martin evening surprise them -their -silver -wedding anniversary. onjojved with -music, -cards contests. guests ot honor vfvre -presented -a gift 'honor ol their -re-'i fre3lim?nts nvere served chlstina bickel. norman 'bickel, air. louis jenkins, sons clair jerry, mta. martia bickel, daughters, dorothy, misses mildred doro thy bftfcel, alvin anl tfenes, all lorain. h. henes painesville; carl bergstrom stm bobby cleveland; kochn, elyria-mrs. amelia deuschle, deus-chle, harold dangle. l. honor. honored post nuptial party nelson zilch, (dorothea hearn) guest lovely post-nuptial given monday borne f. powers, cornell ave. list comprised teachers former primary department congregational church.' zilch superintendent sunday school. attractively decorated late autum flowers. anagrams furnished diversion mayme blum, while eastman received award. .presented white table lamp, an alabaster base luncheon later small tables edward pletch, arthur hamel, eastman, battenhouse, james miller, harry williams, mr3. elmer gall, kunkle, stella krugman powers. "just humans .'leaka. kim. he .thinks buyers strike says coal dealer joins .protest .code prices declaring thatthere "coal buyer's stride" amlverst yicnojty .as well other sections ofilorain county because fixed .under code, haro3d misuhka, mischka's coary.ard, tlcis week joinau 'throughout, tjh-e countr jprotest against tlie code; prices. 3a effect under tthe code unfair .the consumer, considering working conditions shoalld be reduced," msschka waid. ht claimed tituit seeral rtiyuests .reduction coa'j receai meetings tit .lorain dealers had been over-riyed. miuchka claims she price kchedulfc set jup pro tect (dealers :ith overhead. "our oiverhead amherat not greaj the- wlio operates big ity, therefore ane -position t sell lower -prise;" said misclfika. thai ciieapest 36.15 far 2-inch ltimp. this grade fornwrly sold ttor $5.6f0 ton could iue piofitably conditions. '"we fuel that, iiew president's expression tliat fixing dubious step, provision unfair. -therttore, ctal buying decreased considerable," mljichka said. class tonight young married people's evangelical tnonth (thursday) basement. held, followed entertainment luncheon. wwm$ m ill farm improvements possible loans available fha program timely repairs essential modern farm. they enhance efficiency, improve appearance increase market value. there winter farm, work pressing, which may paid for, cash lacking, aid seasonal payment loan system created federal housing adminstration. property checked dollars costly saved on. here suggestions: gene carr discovered .avcaw's nest!' health ass'n 16.06 1njbalance just keeps out red according report treasurer tuberculosis association balance $mi.0,6 close fiscal year august 31, compared $8-80 year, treasurer's jiraue week. addition tlj .cash restricted lunds amounting ?47;8.'00. total ? 3,2 9 0.7 0- -year. amount ?2, 305.46 -was sale .seals. consisted tontrl-'butions, ?4s0..00. repaid. principal items expenses were: x-ray films, $457.04-; children's camp, ?651.27; state national woflk, $444.16; salary ex. ecutive secretary, ?610.00; age tm seal sale, $240.00; ex pensfcs $388.47. report, submitted treasurer, follows: 'county 1033 1931 einlinf? .list, 93 receipts proceeds vmll .2,:t0.-.4l contrib- x-itay kuml jihjg contrib. camp fm 19.15 dept. iit-.iiin ace-i. neami camp.. nxpmae temporary .. rett-ipts julnnce inm sm.2i 430.00 3,290.70 3.-.0.00 a-vatlable y'r's operation expenditures clinic supplies x-llay films expense tub. survey kxpense child. milk patients & nat. uxecutlve sec. truvelllne hxnense f.x. .w. 3010.70 19.92 4,-7.04 90.59 0.)17 11.02 144.16 010.00 175.42 repaid interest .75 i'ostage 210.00 seul 388.47 office 27ji1 check tax 2.1(1 miscellaneous " 40,50 hxpendltures 3,024.01 10.00 3,010.70 res. funds hank 178.00 buildings: re-paint. provide floors concrete or durable sanitary materials. stalls rearrange convenience livestock health. build masonry foundations repair old ones. cut additional windows. replace patch roofs siding. enlarge over crowded buildings. efficient com crib, potatoe house storage rebuild silos silage carts. inadequate doors. insulate stock buildings in-continued page 3 churches "recognition day" eeving, 7, st. peter's church: fifteen join service sunday, ocober 7th, "red letter brownhelm, south henrietta, birmingham ridge unite day". individual programs each morning, combined mass evening. celebration tentatively adopted general representatives tuesday night here. twenty present, george garthe chairman. f.e.r.a. provides needy garden canning project furnish vegetables harvest past weeks, felta workers harvesting community gardens use relief purposes winter. gardens, fera project, are" located end crocker behind mayor stiwald's residence sipple allotment ax-tel street. acre land sweet corn, onions, carrots, beets, string beans, lima cucumbers, tomatoes, cabbage, summer squash, peppers grown. planted potatoes approximately 3t0 bushels' expected yield. drought ohio experienced damaged crops considerably tomatoes being harmed most. recent cold weather interfered estimated crop tomatoes. seed bought township trustees village labor. after harvested, taken gym ladies canned them. 1600 cans vegetables. these used sewing library doing canning, suspended until finished. another much tho clothes brought washed cleaned. repaired renovated. dresses suits arc down clothing children whose families rolls. practically finished soon begin again. 2 5 women project. consolidate rural mail routes amherst's three consolidated line department's economy country. orders go tlfe month. leimbach, delivering route three, transferred o berlin heights fifty-mile section deliver. w. kreuck ackerman's corners. roy pumphrey consisting "of north east division consist 40 miles, two, 39 miles. combine purpose occasion defined be: magnify importance leadership today special guests." explained intended give recognition play religious training schools district. own morning. services arranged elaborate decides evangelical. tentative outlined, subject corrections. open organ recital; processional, "onward christian soldiers;" invocation rev. 5'. eastman; chairman's address, garthe; anthym, choir; address; anthym; pledges; clos" hymn, "faith fathers," benediction, schmidt. participate amherst: congregational, methodist, peters, evangelical; brownhelm: evangelical, reformed: reformed,, congregational; henrietta: reformed thodist thought union conceived laid matter smaller quickly endorsed ask district participate. v outlining plan night, said, "in social recognize individuals groups good doing, but pass up teacher. influence starts us carried through entire lives. certainly entitled receive some efforts. morning prepare themselves hour carry preparation day only extending something ought giving them." epworth league featured ep-worth grace was- president group. of-ficers include olive guild, chairman; gerald van kuren, chairman mission irwin m.axewell, third and. missions; margie becker clayton fourth persident, and' service; janice, bruce; jacp saus-man; reporter, janet brown'; bort 'pianist.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-09-27|
|Date of Original||1934-09-27|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-09-27 16 44|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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