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the amherst news-times we do our part volume xvi, number 46 thursday, october 11, 1934 sandstone center of world paint public buildings and old spring two projects to beautify are landscaping painting hospital, school, library town hall. a resident few years ago, returning for visit, would never recognize today. instead tall weeds ruins an building that formerly greeted one as they descended hill, there is now park with flowers along border, birds hitting among trees numerous bird houses made by boy scouts. all this transformation was done cwa labor. five-foot wall built on east bank beaver creek below filled in graded. stone oven constructed, well several tables. also foenches there. both sides drive planted top wall. steps were constructed leading from milan ave., archway over entrance these spring. work provided employment about 7 men three months. government spent $1,294.34 lalaor project. hospital painted inside out. furnished labor case. project did not cost cent while 54 dollars $735.20 fera. plumbing carpenter at school painting. many 19 some days $3,040.34 $690.10 fera exterior started week 6 being employed. hall be soon possible. itwtei.l ..'4 mrs. lizzie thomson, 173 north main street, amherst, ohio. my dear thomson: it no longer easy write great novel. you must know lot big scientific words describe hero that's screwy. well, anyway, i. see where chicago paper printing each day picture fellow who has worked same man fifty years. i women have it, but don't get their pictures paper. oh, no, only way woman can her shoot husband or show legs. she dolled up bathing suit, mixed divorce otherwise isn't any good. if -woman good wife mother, then interested. beautiful bandit, pretty paramour, slap goes front page. may make pie, what people want murder. most state prisons inmates allow-ed take dally paper? so much crime iirthe papers aren't fit convict read. course, right children. me, blame much, read'em. suppose, wants, print although could ever garbage collector out public. quit spreading fertilizer when farm; go back business, i'll farm it. order jiving, pitch fork aid fountain pen. bnt expect to, orders come in. reminds me; need now, roofing sheet metal line ours?. ''.well, hope will look around qee, because i'm afraid li couldn't fondle -like ttbyhobd'' day's. hopefully yours, " a. nabafcowski ; known naby. plan build gospel following gtoup met home mr. alex taylor, lincoln st., organized purpose affecting non denominational center: rev. r. e. neighbour, k. jenne, minnie bechtel, henry krleg, frank snyder, b. miss maud filker, ed frederick, catherine michael, vv. burrows, mts. wm, mischka, walter jenne mary brown, charles ethel o. hoff, marion virgin, jas. foster, ellis, nettie tran, arthur gugenheimer, f. quick. officers elected, superintendent, neighbour; pres. vacant; treasurer, wal ter frederick; secretary, committees appointed. committee meeting place, ed. frederick. chairman; snyder. music, w. chairman. press jenne. next held sunday 3 p. m. every intenested invited attend. heads survey community organization local 88 counties having been practically completed, conducting ohio infantile paral-yslis ascertain afflicted, present physical economic condition facilities available treatment, j launched week. estimated emile watson, chairman executive 125 committee, representing upwards 1500 volunteer w&rkers engaged census. peter galanka, lorain, kohn, elyria, ore chairmen lorain county. red cross chairman, named survey. inasmuch tomorrow, columbus day, 'been discovery foster like person information afflicted disease communicate legion installs new thirty members elmer johnson post no. 118 american auxiliary attended installation county 504 tuesday evening. croyle, cleveland, first president past installed the" a'uxil-ary officers. william konold, warren, commander, installing officer fuller, chef de gane, 40 8 group. installations com- mander konold croyle gave talks. special called night. urged present. friday night, south posts hold stag party hungarian hall, friends opening ex-service men, whether not, neld 19th. marks beginning fiscal year, charge uja .meeting. . flying profession. fliers live tho 'same', townr without jealous. .the postage s'taaap. continues grow heavyweight champion able lick one. just humans 1 getting rid soap cow's nose too bit disappointment marked pta last monday night movie machine "pnrf ners three," 4 h" club refused perform properly. after attempts film started, "babs," heroine picture, putting shaving mouth cow flickered go. alice bird, jauy extention agent, ex plained balance yhich herone aids develope-ment young lad loafer, which he starts as, into widely recognized veterinary. program h under direction krieg. consisted presentation club, pledge, song, ribbons talk purposes club. albright, brownhelm, spoke boy's clubs. opened open house time .parents inspect witness pupils various rooms grades. during business voted spepd $10.00 subscriptions five magazines use grades sixth up. faculty introduced association supt. fred powers. feature year "questions answers" period. powers explained tried success caused decision incorporate meeting. be. leave written questions answered meet, ing. cannot publicly mswered privately persons asking them. send transformed almost flower its license months restrictions. other banks sent baskets vases changing lobby brilliance color. results reopening wore highly pleasing bank. deposits draw-ale ran neck race daily making very little change bank's cash position. "we pleased people's reaction opening," said i.. hubbard, casii-ier. another teat your 'lryest. ,is , try going ieep eon car. gene carr o roll call 23 selected starting date includes except city lorain. later. earlier than national -roll due te fact does conflict elyria coummnity fund drive. goal set $3,000 dollars. effort reach aside. townships are: lag range: j. h. curtiss; oberlin, n. stone; russia, schramm, sexton, g. hahn; penfield, lewis jones; pittsfield, s. west; ridge-ville, stacey, rochester, rowland; wellington, lehman; brighton, clair goss; camden, emma sigs-worth; carlisle, howard miller; columbia, josephine her-rington; eaton, celia" mazur-ek; township. king; grafton, freda mac-neal; henrietta, c. port-man, huntington, l. chapman. fall festival tues oct. 30 amherst's annual hallowe'en celebration sponsored 30. affair duplicate year's successful celebration, (although won't guarantee splendid weather event year) exception added contest boys. test skill pumpkinfaces. limited boys first, second third prizes $1, 75c, 50c 25c offered grade sweepstake prize ?1 awarded. plans contestants cutting time, preferably tuesday, 29 meet again tomorrow complete )lanb. novel lecture given tonight congregational church masked racketeer tell dope criminals. according advance a-bout racket hia experiences his conversion path. churches pf begin 7:30. - always doubt as' talks radio. t. endorses tax levy hearing harold penton, board, explain reasons board's request additional 2-mill purposes, endorse proposal appoint organizations bringing before voters. penton aided chart showing shrinkage school's income 1930 1934. board received $87,405 operation school. 1931-32 shrunk $76,495; 1932-33, $68,151 1933-34, $53,368. honor services teachers had "day" jind quietly teaching gain honored. honored respective morning, combined surrounding territory. dr. clarence tucker craig 'principal teacher joint chose subject, "can ghurch save society." major aim children learn bible teach them apply service half-hour organ recital frederick diener. teachers, officers, pastors, superintendents seated body. eastman invo cation, rev.' jensen speaker schmidt pronounced benediction. choir sang "father, thee look" bass solo edward moebius, "lead thou me on" soprano edith heller menz, jr. garthe short speech recognition read pledge. henrietta birmingham hon ored service. took topic "the education" sermon morning methodist church. sermon, presented booklet van kuren, superintendent music orchestra rally congrega tional worship serivce, holy communion observed. teacher" rickel's recog nition evangelical sunday. myron schibley, cleveland chas. kreuck, former members, geeorge garthe, program, george holstein basket services. "appreciation" schmidt's st. peters handle tickets here o'niell wilson asked symphony sale here. director, rodzinskl, gives concerts thursday evenings saturday afternoons severance seats still avail-, afternoon concert tcon- venient lovers orches tra famous soloists appear week's concerts. give opera series season. lower used colored white illustrate portion payment principal interest bonds. "this amount, see, nearly equal, represents money control whatever. law provides paid appropriated expenses including heat, light, water, items a-part salaries. reduced approximately one-half. "our biggest cut item depression, things began pinch. since 'but opportunity further cuts," said. upper blue represented salaiies teachers. chart. pay amounted to" $58,559. amounts ? 38,571, $20,000 four reductions effected reducing salaries replacing higher priced, experienced entering profession whoso naturally less. hated this, find means nothing else do," method paying taxes antiquated calendar spent, september continued year. endorsement 2 mill issue. previously men's endorsed issue '-as did. noon or-ganizations committeea acquaint voters levy, rather separate committees. gets dodge sales agency addition motor car plymouths announced oil company battenhouse, manager, acquisition put him position satisfy desires automobile drivers. selling plymouth cars half ago. far greater batten-house hoped stock sold indicaetd successfully carried co. busi-out gasoline station thay later tires, batteries accessories. demand garage led field, minor repairs, tout erected general included. tlhis followed cars, added. servica, policy fleet-wing stations everywfoero. motorists one-stop f anything require. woman's hot tear, rolling .down man's collar, ,1a, ope the. btrongebtv&rgumenta known. tears equip polities'.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-10-11|
|Date of Original||1934-10-11|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-10-11 16 46|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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