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the amherst news-times widoour paprryolume xvi number 49 thursday, november 1, 1934 sandstone center of word) ft pumpkins prove good advertis'ment 25 grinning pumpkin faces, .harbingers joy and fun that was in store for every one on tuesday night. reposing a window downtown these faces were-the bast advertisement available amherst's annual hallowo.'en party. no two were same. they wifjf.e all sizes shapes, big, .'little, medium, round, oblong .a few almost square. there only did not seem to join "nappy smiles .of others. looked like it 'had been out night before had bad hangover. !had:a .placer bandage wrapped around its head. another young contestant must :be. favor' women smoking although nice ibow in. hair intents purposes lady, large (corncob jpipe stuck into, corner mouth. still have applied patented rais-iingtfluidlin'the wrong place as sporting luxuriant crop alfaflfa above prominent nose. several carrots noses, others used ears. (others med potatoes appendages while peppers. anojther "a board sharpened point at ond nose j (corncobs icame iin very useful .pipes. most corn silk some kind headgear wifh paper bows predominating. dressed ifnasty weather with stocking cap appeared 'bo ready standout into society their defbies. derby al--most covereu-the pumpkin's head sat jauntily top -where breeze would send flying. judges don' granger, emery sc'h'ibloy jerry dolan. seemed '.have much kids who cut faces. after deliberation (not bit solemn) decided following winners: second grade; lincoln tmsch, forest st.,; first joseph brown, harris st., second, james dean, third; donald sweet, fourth. third grade: wayne lint, long 1st; constance konunis, cleve. ave., second; raymond cahl, loroy holl, park fourth clifford anthony, tenney first; hd. kristancic, south main, eugene del ijoccio, land albert conrad, elyria ave. &.f c cv mr. robert cromwell, 108 street, sec. community chest. amherst, ohio. dear bob: local father five says nothing will wake up household so quickly shaking baby's bank: well, anyway, last sunday i heard minister preach sermon people said perfectly grand. ("yes church.) evil money; but noticed he didn't omit collection. hoped we think money bring happiness come church entertainment thursday night, because ladies going furnish highly enjoyable program 50 cents. now bob, take from me. don't blame preacher, preacher right, if 'man puts first. whetti man works twelve hours day worries other get put kids: through college, he-is putting first, se continued page 5 green &gold clashes medina fri. gold -will ffice toughest opposition present gridiron campaign when meet medina. has win this game league championship be fighting way. time new london is three wins loss, having completed schedule, tms wiins ;and tie. leaves behind defeat bo by margin assured lleague inrjimuch vermilion win, loss tie onlyione left play. hand ii .amherst games wellington defeats vermilion, finish season place. holds tie, week, w-er-mllion battied scoreless muddy field. mud undoubtedly slowed attack for, heavy line quartet. oc speed merchants backlield. coniparative scores make teams evenly matched you never can tell anything method. medina's ace thomas ha3 proved equally adept plunging running ends. also pass which pull fire closing minutes game. weakened absence monty-haas, rest ot due an arm infection. losing four big schools, white defeated tied vermilion. repeat again best date outcome toss-up. p. t. a. plan membership parent teachers association opened next monday continue weeks, ir. announced committee association. members grades thru-junior high, room mothers being appointed each grade. roam getting highest percentage entertained party near future. includes mrs. clayton springer, chairman; m. riokel, j. bauer, miss dorthea zilch bruce. careful consideration f. r. powers generous support schools. times during fifteen years submitted leles education here our district case voters approved levies. schools tried advantage willingness part public work. operating cots kept among lowest general area. costs per pupil are consistently below those tho type. taken minimum rate allowed state law costs. same level meeting, the" approval accrediting agencies. standards department nqrth cen vote hospital, ballot thus hiamherst townshipll hofficial tax levy1 h 1 ifproposed increaskfi jl additional forll flthe benefit jjjtownship purpose!! jjjjof providing funds ijcurrent expenses saidl jjjamherst township jjgrate exceeding one-11 half ( y2 ) mill giyears. gg jx levy against village fera improvements vot thus-1 official bond issue!! 11 n r-i rroposea oona issue mm uh shall bonds issued bygg j!the amherstll jjfor purpose con-ll ajhtructing storm water sew- ers jackson street; con-lg structing slag road andjl ijjconcrete retaining wallslg laround drying beds ifjjsewage disposal plan;l jgconstructing ornamentalb glpool laying walk lithe town hall yard; widen-l filling improving thell igapproach crownhillsg hljcemetary construct-jjg l:ng sewers onl ggreenwood avenue, for-jj! lest washington sts., ggin sum thous-gg igand eight hundred dol- hilars ($4,800.00) 'a jjlevy taxes made out-gig ggside ten limi-gl igtation, estimated l;ounty auditor averageg jlj. 9 mills maximumjjg ggper'iod (10) yearsl glto pay principal andgg jjtnterest such, bonds. ib ffjjx f isssue 1h school, thus- school hroposed increase forj amherstjjp imvillage forjjj ijj'he meeting!! gwhe current ofjjj bjiaid v g ejjj ratell (2)j jmills year. x levyhjj awarded contract mischka coal yard pleasant view sanatorium. year lias given dealer. fdbins way south, worm may turn without likelihood fo rthe worse. tral fully met. applying principles gury operation able keep intact departments work represented such cqurses music, art, shop domestic science increasing operation. really makes possible offer more cost than hlave taught traditional subjects. token, dropping courses save any money. change laws 1935 difficult as' well cities villages. us carry satisfactory oee fit allows them do. what happened financially strike doesn't affect a&p p workers possibly shopperi according d. c. yentztr manager far t?in strilke affected everything shipped toledo. yentzer organized shipping routes toledo, believes tlie -price lower. none clerks belong union want to. satisfied jonnection ptentzer pays tliat employees outside unions hired truck drivers causing tall trouble. threatened wide called believe effected much. mary nord appear play nord, popular blufr-tou college junior -was chosen portray gertrude tonkanogy's "three cornered moon." presented nov. 14 sponsored thespians, national dramatic organization. will, also, assist geo. innes, stage manager. besides active dramatics, staff paper, witmarsum. she leader y. w. u. activities. attend red cross convention 13. e. foster, wes-becher, i. hubbard, baird nabakowski attended columbus tuesday. main topic koll call. foster roll call start 11. meeting held foster's home friday evening, captains th? various appointed. recovering kathryn murray, instructor high convalescing recent operated her appendix re moved. meantime, helen zimmerman substituting school. graduated spring ober-lin taking post-graduate course working masters degree oberlin. sitting flagpole ground divorce? husband late. ago fund $77,000. valuation $7,200,000. year, allowance $48,000. avluation less $5,000,00. 3 voted produced about $22,000 produces $15,000. emergency gasoline force $6000. runs end december, 1934. net result $77,000 ago, actually sight fqr $28,00.0. effort run sqhools economically results diminishing income. prospect great seems altogether impossible con organize ninth consecutive season, ihe basketball five, backed hardware company, prepare hardwoo'.i. year's team ever represent past sports map. hardwares professionals calibre amherst. wiil akron firestones goodyears, house david, olson swedes, kenton. coon-hunters, toledo crimson coaches, fremont tony bakers host known teams. personnel gathered, fans should see history town. doyle hutton, gormley al sharp played giants swedes. guild yarsa sea-eon's outstanding stars, glea-son menz veterans squad. man, roy hoffner, carried off honors tournaments schoql, valuable addition club. lead semi-pro-champion ship 1932 coach club coming season. ted henes act booking agent business entire equipped jackets. show week "in money" aid methodist scheduled postponed until wdenesday 6 7. postpone-men caused fact devries sisters holding evangelistic meetings week. feature group men costum-d fashions o fthe "gay nineties." "high steppers gay ao's". wednesday anrl nights your favorite dealer steps out. 1s90 guests 1940 wedding. couples couple attempts suffered k chose career. perhaps unique spiritualistic colored broth-ern ami mystic shrine. scene, 30 singeis part. spots girls chorus. hign brilliant costumes do song dance numbers. seats go oin sale kuss drug morning. church. urged tinue operate sort standard acceptable patrons exaggeration qr overstatement facts article. written simply actual situation confronted. 2 prqduce between $9,000 $10,000 starting january 1935. qno gone record statement legislature takes care method even voted. look matter over carefully. entitled support, favor lovy greatly appreciated. crowd attends hallo-we'en ghosts, spooks eirie spirits world hallowe'en retired whertver retire celebration passes history. soon supper gan gather steadily increased influx out- parade' got under way, streets. tough deciding winners finally emma john lounsbo-rough comical followed don franklin tnd joe spasoti. prize went ed. herman jaguscb. hasenflue adjudged furhman carl pegerat won respectively. division dietz captured grugel stole iu took wm. smith awayued prize. linn child contest chas. haman rick-ett third. bud hearn, charles kendeigli tom parade judging over, many body's music dance. av. attracted considerable attention. honored farvell nelson zilch, formerly guest honor miscellaneous shower farewell norwood hearn evening. leaving 2015 lake-lairl-ave, lakewood. early evening spent hemming towels foe bride embroid-' ering own name towel hummed. caroline kothe complete bridge then diversion minnie pabiers, consolation award sabiers. appointment's utilized luncheon tables tallies, candy lunch keeping pres ent guest, mis3es marion steele, margaret rice, lucille leach, dorthea, ruth mildred sabiers, grace purcell, kothe, carolyn guild, frrfhk rajdde, durling, jack bruce, hostess ada hunt, richwood, armistice staged joint ly american legion, monthly board. auditorium. include orchestra glee clubs grade rythym band, contribute program. legion expects secure speaker occasion negotiations -way. permission amhetst aj.ketlball use gym games. "run mine" tvhen rodio away thing ahout discovering heredity it; too late it, '
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-11-01|
|Date of Original||1934-11-01|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-11-01 16 49|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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