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the amherst news-times ve do our part volume xvii number 3 thursday, december 13, 1934 sandstone center of worft j girls jlead boys on honor roll thirty-four a. h. s. students .are listed for second six weeks which had .just been announced. 'the more than doubled .the noys roll. there were 23 and 11 boys. first c .mote .girls iwire are .also ten .more toll .this time tiie firat one. tue freshies sophs .each added three members to .honor .'roll while, juniors auued .four. trie seniors uiu not gain. th,e .sophomores lead as a class with 10 .its mem'oers uie senrull. iladh of. other classes .had jejgh't representatives. list followb: .seniors: .ruth sondergeld, 5; raymond .ztnk, 2; helen .jberger, janet .brown, .2; .james eliraian, -prank jxoyach, 3; eric nord, 1; julia zvard", 1. juniors: kathryn jjraun, 4; geraldine cboper, 3. ; .mary .louise gaehr, -betty x)tt, .frank reicheirt, olive guud, erik penton, victoria shinskey, .sorhomores: marble becker, ruth mays, dura wilhclm, marjorie -bechtel, 3.; john jboiunan, nor-jma beeaing, nettie sch&effer, j; edwin hall, j.; .patricia murray,, frances raab, jfheshmen: beverly .bruce, 4,; norman xreoger, janice bruce, james -larson, .2 florence raes-jcr, david .scbmitkons, hel-en abraham,, jl,; .florence .wallace, jl legion holds xmas party kids american .and auxiliary, elmer johnson post s held their annual ..christmas .for familes. glenn jlobwt schroeder, elyria entertained several hill billy songs; eugene gaskins presented vocal solo; recitation. joyce racier; solo, shirley hamel; piano sojo, lois schibley; clarinet sammy truscello; re citation, dorothy moeluus; duet, nellie irving louns-brough; recitation, moebius; joe henry; rosemary haas; ida wiuna haas menz; gerald schroeder. christmas decorations large decor ated tree used background. following tlie program, santa claus made his appearance distributed,gifts children. each child also received c,n orange bag candy. adam blythe furnished music dancing. luncheon was served. committee in charge was: jirs. clyde donnelly, mrs. louns-ibrough, tugo truscello, wilker, mrs bechtel edward moebius. fred diener head athletic club regular monthly meeting monday night. election officers main feature business meeting. deiner elected president, jim po-zonev vice president; charles gormley, secretary; doyle hutton treasurer. plans skating 'party be hie'ld monday, january 14, at coliseum. will sponsor another dance saturday, dec. 22. ihe meeting, lunch served memberp. toy shop! parents; how would you feel if your children wake up .morning find that distinguished visitor .from north passed them by trip around world? wouldn't heart ache because .denied thu pleasures one most beautiful holidays year? now just stop consider many neighbors' facing bleak christmas. why net help them? it is .easy, dig old toys laying .house send down jueigion shop aschenbach building next kuss urug store. legionnaires hand repair, repaint remodel toys. they names who apt missed seu morning. inspect new cars e. r. schibley chas. find-loy michigan .monday, along pontiac dealers cleveland district 1935 models. emery rode .one while going through tests proving grounds. he admitted pretty scared whjftn car 90 track covered snow. very enthusiastic over cars. doesn't know definitely when make amherst. evening men attended banquet given co. play union ivteting "cur deus homo" givieln churches vil lage congregational church tuesday evening, oberlin graduate school theology. this group assisted elizabethan singers under direction prof. c. l,. christian sen. cast mr. walton hannah follows: mary- -mary smith joseph murray elizabeth prances palmer gabriel royden mott 4 shepherds thomas williams, russell bohner, roger burton homer patrick. magi carrol slncox, henry murph, harry paul. scheduled start o'clock. mason's installation featured stonington lodge masons the' installed were; j. m. kinloch, worshipful master; ferd heusser, senior warden; o. schneider, junior carl lersch, treasurer; n. holzhauer, arthur powers, deacon; walter hopkins, tyler; tolhurst, trustee. dinner 50 eastern. stars after short program hold. wn; holt, elyria, gave solos talks '.rev. rlckel, albert storck, retiring master incoming officers. st. john's day -will observed jan. 6 th? attend tho iu ibody. wore washington v'rthday party. llausl support have run into .a snag efforts. hoped an f'era project but due amount red tape involved, doubtful approved any help. asked spare hands come ithe repairing. extend .an invitation anyone handy tool3 likes, tinker paint. jlad haw out has tcys before can hope accomplish thing. old-toys today. can't deliver them, call .any member wilvb'e thanlad them. asks hooking rides dangerous sleds being .warned patrolman white !hookin.g .onto .autos violation traffic laws offenders bo arrested. points enforcement regulation intended protection motorists. only practice from standpoint injury falls or skidding path oncoming machines, danger death monoxide gas present. told seeing boy sled hooked nqt foot half ir.om exhaust pipe auto, inhaling poisonous knowing presented. "we're hard arrests every case we sec, action tor good boys," said officer white. dr. muir auld addresses pta speech'to night, claimed enough attenlion literature. but, cycle beginning finer things art literature appreciated. ho cited slum clearances larger cities example increased interest an. read poems emphasize spirit christmas, these, italian german. speaker stated love hearts during holiday season greater appreciation be. session, voted buy eighteen letters football squad furnish money binding books library. clayton springer membership chairman, reported 237 pta. these gained contest recently. fifth grade, taught miss edna beller, won & gu,asts third bodmann second. orchestra singing carols girls' glee jones, comprised musical program. bible study meet met tues night home andj taylor, lincoln week homo snyder, 484 milan ave, tuesday. f avoid giving toysi organization agencys. fjhop town, lot duplications ba avoided les3 possibility missing ten, liable spend her watching toys, shop. deadline recieving 20, glad receive cash donations auxiliary hold bake sale saturday afternoon at. fisher's raise friday, 28, hardwares offered services benefit basket-ball game played local high school. opponent selected yet. upset akron firestones scoring last quarteir, scored quarters, hadwaes country's best teams victories tonight. yarsa climaxed uprising two pot shots clinch game. roughest ever court fans ate yelled more. playeid pro rules. score stood 9 finefctonus stretched 1(5 quarter. however able foul final period. guild led four field goals fouls total points. alexander ion? ones jn preliminary. lost anchor inns tour times merchants wins 2s -27. hostetler 17 scoring. young markers men. organize french year frank kovack newly formed organized brown vice-president leo giblln, secretary-treasurer. cercle francals reunion. geoffrey monger, schwitzke, appointed arrange composed eschtruth, dolores light mcgar-vey games. berger, karl sabiers rosel la huber refreshments. french, dramatizations, cross-word puzzles games chief diversion group. suit costs village $1900 taxpayers pay $1,900 gladys schrader's lawyers recent prevent constucting its own electric plant. council thursday lorain county wellington, evening. outlines purpose repair modernization improvement campaign, soon launched city national better housing overcome ill effects 5 years stagnation industry, according na- bakowski. chairman directing campaign here. "as direct result virtual collapse " nabakowski went explain, "quite percentage structures vicinity greatly need repair. same true, course, throughout country. properties reached point where hardly worth making effort salvage close border line. prompt arrest processes obsolescence. therefore, presents practical aspect. prompted nothing necessity within meaning godd judg ment allow property values continue depreciate. carol cook cook, n". eaton christ, taking "lemmings learners" heir topic "prince peace" declamation sunday finals staged evangelical church, lemmings . small norwe glan rodent, once generation march mountain homes sea. reaching sea, plunge swim until exhausted drown. legend says rodents trying reach island existed long since sunk below level compared learners 'who war fellow youth land almost certain death. silver medal recognition victory. secrest ,of holm place "merchants war." blatchford, lorain, third; was, "spirit peace'." rev. albright, brown-helm, percy kohl eaton, service. albright reading scripture hev. leading prayer. orchestra. judges jesse mack, english dept. obel'lin college, marion steele, principal hitfh .norwood i learn. attire put costume welcome gayest noble gupsts season. lights changed conventional ted green strings colored strung across streets. evergreen boughs placed all poles. show windows houses decorated keeping others. advertisements "christmas seals too. bought setils? stage eagles series dances eagles' hall friday both modern fashioned featured. bet russ molllson mid-nite revelers. dowey fackler dances. office william purcell, class' dental col osnior lege, ohio" state university. whoj's close-mouthed individual corner? spoken word minutes. hy blackmore? ain't close-mouthed. he's waiting till peto comes back spit-toon, continued, "many reasons- should carried forward. mil tih rehabilitate real estate tremendously useful furnishing employment putting circulation. funds lying idle inthe banks community drawn work manner could scarcely exceeded value. "in my opeinlon act, makes possible otner financial institutions to' loan extremely reasonable terms needed repairs -aud im-provtmeiis, ot soundest recovery measures cnat' enacted. 1 am sure everyone th organizing locally. "it takes mile imagination realize au in-uividual owner carry luliy purposes prograim. arranges loan, liitnerto iuio muiey 'into circulation wvier ber citizen, lie pays pare, ior materials, helps wneeis mills lactones taming, 'ine pin t oi ne vuiieiy lutu cnineu luuor ov.u tittle s'tijp froiii millions muiuiug tiuie' w'no 'have -j-ithout steady woik fur years, 'i i.uoe wagus set bacit immediate tlirougn .our mercnantb. noma has-lieon taken oil "pioperty relict nous" conditioned ctuciuncy normal value again, "multiply indiviaual s'. actions uy owners ui-o country wide fulllllnient o portion tlo'us-ing act. "its benefits residences, apartments, st'ore-roonis, oltice buildings, industrial plants, farm property. scope embraces permanent infprovoment adds etficiency eligible improvements having included recently, instance, such emergency activity diggiug wells droughswept areas "simplicity operation marks phasi act's provisions, quickly get scale resulting stimulation industry employment. "the tine sound, understandable bold accept ance challenge depres sion conditions prop erty investments billions dollars." letter dear claus: please bring brother, richard, guitar basketball set. me baby doll rubber pants dresser. thanks. hasenflue 164 amherst, bo: "a owes $10." jo: "and won't it?" "he even worry about it!" "there
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-12-13|
|Date of Original||1934-12-13|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-12-13 17 3|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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