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the amherst news-times "thursday, december 20, 1934 zvo our paut volume xvii, number 4 sandstone center of wofesi health camp work exhibit at news times children who attended vcsunp last summer did more than strengthen their bodies. this can be proved by window in news-tintes window. through lorain county tuberculosis .and asa'n sponsored .the camp, articles unadio .childern have been placed on throughout to increase sale christmas seals. boys jnada bird .houses. there is a variety them, round, square and even open. soma made book-ends. thee dcslgins hammered jn copper an sides. are designs birds indians what-not these girls doll clothes. some halteirs for themselves while others dresses. besides these, whisk brooms, brushes .other small articles. was easily success with all gaining learning how use hands mate but useful it hoped make permanent institution. done -the so help worthy cause, buy world large larger: dear friends; rose any other name you know rest may perfectly good slogan; is, merry christmas. well, anyway, merty christmas, everybody! china. will be. i've got figured out. (and believe me year or three gotten pretty darned figurer( see, it's like this; business men still santa claus. if they didn't, would out hustling around, instead sitting around waiting. wearing shoes, just pants. think claus lives north pole, he's washington, wall street. his roosevelt congress, cwa fera. most them seem sort waiting xmas, hang up stockings, fill full prosperity. take from me, american people want socks, empty money socked away now. mayhe they'll roofing, whatever benefit everybody. you've sell, whether roofing sheet metal work. so, "is claus! ourselves! i'll pants gosh knows i need 'em. then clothing manufacturer he needs them( too, as bad new roofing. claus, hung my sock, labeled "for orders." everybody, what about old, a. nabakowski, otherwise known naby. eagles hold dance friday popular request, another hall night. both old fashioned dances featured. russ mollison midnight revelers furnish music dewey fackler j:all uewey wm lor '""f (christmas jtt tyt gtyttrrlb methodist "wanted, star.," sermon topic sunday morning m. e. church. worship held .at 11:00' school 9:45. afternoon 3:00, primary .junior department ot assisted junior choir .a program .party. miscellaneous program. tuesday irom .8 io 8:30, holy communion given. first evangelical pirst church -will special day morning.. inthe sia-sunday morning. nature song service. -win offer two anthems, "song magi" hy c austin miles, tenor solo homer rickel. "there "were shepherds" same composer, -with ruth zilch. also sing 'two carols. "what angels bring" (traditional) "come ye 'christ yellow dogs elect officers conrad 'zilch elected president dog club club's annual party grange monday fred holzhauer, vice president; eddie wolf, secretary; don granger, treasurer; c. j. "ehrman, general. manager; h. butler, clarence-dick, dr. ward smith grievance committee; n. edmund roe aud elm'cr baker, membership ehrman, hemry kane, fetrd heiser john ehlert, entertainment committee'. featured "a sumptous turkey dinner, served 60 people. clever menus were s. clifford presented guests. following dinner tables cleared clans everyone attending present iwlhich had unwrapped floor. presents consisted toys. four candidates received into membership. initiation ceremony followed entertainment. bank alterations give customers savings and' trust co., branch, greater convenience, near future, according manager local branch. lobby between thei rows windows bemade longer removal the; brass gate end row coupon booths built one conference rooms, mak ing possible serve several safe deposit time. mr. granger announced that front private offices used consultations whenever desired. no mail delivery xmas post office anticipating heavy week-end. expect provide lot has not very much over average part week, reason expectant rush. foster, postmaster mall exception which comes five o'clock train delivered dec. 24th. stated every attempt to'o'ellver packages arrive letters cards appear grades tomorrow distrib ute candy. see pageant "adoration, tbe ians, all" (old french). miss doris gaehr organist. given b ythe pastor, rev. jshort message rickel, after congregation evening, 7:30 willi st. peter's week peter.'s includes white gift service bible 9:30 10:30 toe sermon. "the christ christmas" bedng preached. be'spe-cial music. morning, -christmas bay, german 10:00 evening joseph's musical ichurch complete decorated? do -want trim-mint done? firm town. walter barris dorothy fullmer inc. firm. proof abili-ity, news-tmies (they mean way decorated, itself). thousands firms country started coincidence. .ecention. early 'this (week naby boxes camp. contained exhibits handicraft spent weeks summer. supposed decoration. problem itself, window? bolved when offered its decorating? naby, himself, too busy. noticed fullmer, casting longing eyes dolls said dorothy, "take stuff decorate window." let something sounded suspiciously dirty laugh, told "dobie" go along help. fun began. dobie dot formed procession across street looks faces, seemed going funeral. arrived news-times, woefully surveyed muttered "junk" standing armful funny look, knowing happy because she feel gave bright sugges tions ignored af-, ter thought start find else over. took things own (he dorothy) sent her out- errands. wait until back before could different were. wasn't familar women's finally hard struggle unappreciative audience finished task. seen, filled pride announcing self brains "fullmer barris, interior decorators, out-of- the-ordinary. seal year's total supt. p. r. powers', treasurer amherst, reported almost $ig0 receiv.od date. amount quite hit $100. powers enthusiastic press time, being planned. lutheran thj usual services topic. "true glory child whose birth we celebrate." age "even unto bethlehem" tin title consist songs, recitations scenes pantomine depicting story luke 2. day, english 10, 11. angel's message." offertory organist, hoff man, shepherds song". during services, duetsi sung mrs. emery redman hoffman. wise men" (j. kuhlman) "silent night." hardwares down co fast traveling ad ded strong co. team, cleveland's best list victims night downed 23 20. point behind only little minute left play, guild potted short gorm- ley loose under bucket pot shot. score half time 12 10 cleveland ereased de ficit lead, 16 j 15 third qar-ter. hutton led scoring field goals. second seven points. preliminary, lost see-saw battle ebinger coals lorain, 20 18. bruce pumphrey won radio awarded door prize r'elects bernard strauss re-elected regular meeting parlors. preceded tureen supper families members edith berger secretary-treasurer irma mathes c.nd florence herbst, librarians. floyd moore, oberlin, director choir, appreciation them. presentation president. hearsal games enjoyed. brief re-santa appeared each gift. gifts later turned toy shpp. carols entire group. were: oberlin: schmidt, edward menz, mulder, frederick diener, moe-bieus children,- holzhauer daughter, sons, herman lucy roemer, misses heller, kathryn schriner, hilda krieg, berger, helen roem er, hulda mathes, beesing, melvin relchert. recess close to-morrow, students schools enjoy studies. pupils 'will resume studies january 7. - housing means jobs national act nation's challenge forces depression wake laggingvcon-struction capital-goods industries. explaining objectives highly important legislation today, chairman vicinity better campaign committee pointed plan revive single industry. "it is", said, " broad recovery measure regarded far-reaching importance enacted congress since act. remove largest remaining obstacle recovery, "mr. nabakowski declared, "one destined restore useful, enterprise group workers unemployed. getting short. needy send those toys legion shop legionaires haven't spend repairing assort check all. task making delivering, wants tomorrow. deserve your cooperation. tried 'to boy girl happy. spare order outside looking j0y happiness. tinker' eaiough done) everyone, welcome. toys, glad receive nclw ones cash contribution, kids going, future leaders enough knocks disappointments then. why childhood. sponsor basketball game next defray expenses t'ne serivces opponents akron celtics. how, hava child- ren own,, t'eew iwftre position in. don't want' aqeent help, impossible live don't. b'isides should of, family. shop! remedy -hazard bridge councilman henry kane report ed council beam pro truding ipto approach jackson shif ted eliminating hazard presented. instructed him ask railroad cars cinders fill. board public affairs discussed light rates council, agreement was' reached. january. village bills paid, charles miller, clerk. invited fox drive hunters participate drive, saturday. staged eastern erie vermilion fish anil berlin heights future" farmers club. everyhody guns allowed. at, 8 30 and. .that coma man industry pro- posed leading men, -among heads commercial organizations, banks, insurance companies, representatives manufacturing trading interests. "early winter became concerned slow progress toward certain ba sic found whereas consumer goods substantial come-back holiday 1933, industries, principally, dealing durable goods, falling far behind. construction home building dropped nearly 90 percent 192g-29 .level, one-third relief rolls wor kers normally engaged building. solve situation law. expected alleviate distress among portion 4,000,000 persons united states depend upon livelihood." ' federal government, administration, insure lending agencies against 100 per cent losses. providing .total losses does exceed ag- creirate funds advanced property improvements. virtually iron clad guarantee protection financial institutions, highest loss ratio similar types loans exceeded 3 cent. experts expressed opinion that, hardly 'conceivable credits, extended prudent result .greatly exceeding previous experience. insurance, agree, tantamount guar-i antee institutions. agency acquires notes aggrgating $100,000 in- v sured los3 items aggregate $20,000. this- proportion never approached america type business, worst years. history class visits court house o.m t t- t.. u11u ilioijgllgu li1k 111 ulhuiii h iii. i. ii m house. conducted various departments otto mischka, elyria attorney. spectators casdspr? sided judge thompson. follow case, met informal ly webber. web ber talk. leaving qpurt house!, visited jail, l la htmlvincr nhnntr courts trvincr play year, visit hand information dodge model displayed here ine iaaa mouei uouco thursday mo shown agents, ieatureal
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-12-20|
|Date of Original||1934-12-20|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-12-20 17 4|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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