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the amherst news-times tit do our part volume xvii, number 7 thursday, january 10, 1935 sandstone center of wo&ld wi housing canvass starts tuesday amherst's better program will get into swing next when house-to-house gets full swing. during absence conrad zilch, general campaign chairman, his. work be conducted by ed. wolff as temporary chairman. al lund take wolff's place office supervisor, and handle all detail in connection with head-quarter's eagle's building at corner tenny ave. church st. five hundred fifty-two dol- j lars has been appropriated to be. paid 'workers conducting which is on an per a basis these people are: g-ebrge katon-ak, roy hepperbrdnd, william smith, alice bauman ruth crainage. they iwill ha given instruction their begin morning. this first real comprehensive that ever made township. every residence canvassed determine what being contemplated. the. canvassers also leave literature explaining program, terms under loans can for improvementsi added impetus monday night e. h. blaire, district manager work, speak show pictures tlw school. only date could arranged his presence here. meeting open everyone, bpoqpps are urging largo crowd attend. mr. blaire answer questions pertaiing plan. otf leivery home large amount improvement unearthed, it hoped, resulting employment hundreds men now out employment. gerstenberger hardware co., upholster mop handles spe., henry gerstenberger, mgr., "dear henry: ; doubtless fleas live dog feel abused scratching disturbs them: it's funny world, isn't it? if you don't "make money you're failure, do, profiteer. give credit lose business, money. man who knocks your door asks nev er comete near again, but he keeps right knocking. always find out, tell truth hink liar anyway. none us bad say or ?ood wo try look, yet we about good any body else. goods sell ire tlhey bless manufacturer, not, blame you. manufacturer thinks ought more "-goods lor less money, then wait however, iheer up. sometimes world appreciate you, after all. , some finest largest fu nerals i have seen were manufacturers roofing supply men. meanwhile, ' sheet metal longer lasting much mitigate existence, order from anyone help make me. cheerfully yours, a. nabakowski, otherwise known naby. jal prayer ieeting friday final series pray- w ..meetings held irst evangelical tomor row, (friday). other meetings rere hew last wed nesday evenings, 1 public urged attend school federal administration, talk "show pltcures administration doing throughout country, pertaining hous ing improvements. meet-mr. open. rites mrs. zilch funeral- services 48, yesterday afternoon funeral rev. m. rickel, pastor church, w. tabbert, lindsay, ohio, former pastor, officiating. burial was brown-helm cemetery. zilch's death sudden. she had apparently health, morning attended e-vangellcal church. day no complaint, suddenly 9:30 sunday evening suffered stroke. taken immediately hospital where died tei3s than hour later. friends admirers respects mrs wed-nesday afternoon. crowded capacity, many allowed pass before her casket because lack room accomodate them. rickel spoke highly character. "in worshiped house fathers. comforts family, passed away. advance 6th here not improved upon life," said. born lorain, lived past 21 years. lorain member christ, coming affiliated ladies' aid missionary societies. survived husband, daughter, mildred. surviving sister, bon four uncles, several nephews nieces. community chest members appointed business charles kendeigh, f. eastman robert cromwell re-appointed council huyiness mon'd association night. explained present largely over fadeial government, might bi necessary become active again very soon. ihe che-i'. are; august free powers, tom bjucker townralp trustees aut' mayor c. stiwald village. hold quarterly holy name society joseph's be: next, against lorain. menu basketball fans tlhe county carnival. benefit lorajn salvation army high gym hardwares pennzoils, ancient rivals, meet main game. teams clashed times playing different personnel almost invariably sarnie. 1932, hardwares, naba-koski roofers, annexed jco. champlonsltip. 1933 banner fisher foods, grajbbed gonfalon. year, came tjack capture crown. tomorrow night's game recognized settle championship year. two unquestionably best county. pennzoils got later start so course boast same impressive record hardwares. downed state nation strength fray. preliminary, fast traveling men'-s team clash k. p. local lodgemen team's opening 24 16. since" time the, .idded arthrell, veteran circles. should battle opeing "toss upto thefinal whistle. feature girls action. tickets carnival may purchased club calling 409. secured j. ehrinan. worthwhile benefit, red its christmas activities, receiving hacking organizations (he kiwanis oluh handling ticket sale. elect election three board wednesday night, 16th, town hall. whose expiring george parker, john fritz ebbs.. fritz, speaking men's meeting, said, "we want everyone come new trustees. citizen entitled vote would like see them there." spends week end p miss alegert daughter nurse toledo hospital, spent week-end with- parents illustrated lecture "fathers founders," giving early history beginning mls-slouri synod lutheran r. bosse, evening. 7:30 congregation's entertained chief's ella jaeger tile hief's pythian sisters group .were "michigan". don,'t know war break peace,, hope clear relief problem chairman 'commission, go washington, d. c, mass there entire situation aired. workers quandary oveir work. vast change talked .bout, probably put effect how unknown. information contained washington nelws dispatches radio. according news reports pre3ident intends throw set-up prevailing oveirboard. rolla preference government done private contractors. "there heen lot dissatisfaction relief", said one close wednesday. "many fera projects just seek worker definite each month. addition ho receives surplus food clothing, keep him family. "work costing cost needed roof patched contractor estimated job $300. proiect and, $1100 labor alone, including material. saved $800 plus thie material work," both nabakowski up situ ation washington. low fire loss firemen, city unusually result fife firemen responded calls year duei ef ficiency prompt action department, represented minor losses. serious conflagration occasion finne-gan blaze resulted flnnegan'3 barn filled grain. gained headway discovery. report year's activities chas. mathcs, secretary organiza-of fighters. understood petitioned -committee composed chief g. assistant menz, hydrant section. committee's wish placed park-av between streets. joshua thompson ill health years, thompson, 65, home, dean-rd., derbyshire, england, united states quite young remainder life formerly worked cleveland quarries 15 years farm died. peter's install officers bo installed moring service sunday. installation -he charge schmidt. kane head unamiously elected president annual hall basement chosen were: ludwig thomas, vice president; walter schulz, secretary; sprague, treasurer. smythe, retiring served felt organization good. "some conflict organizations. believe is. my term complimentary things committees. thought simply throwing bouquets meaning it. really did mean it, success due committees done. must stocks shelves, ready serve ask cater us. "i am going too. let's friendly together", frank mischka presented side story "twenty-five yelars ago helped organize association. wre until 9 o'clock, late saturday nights, o'clock sundays. gradually cut down hours closing 6 closed began noon. "i've seven pay roll stay hire most nothing", told ing. yentzer paul woh-lever, managers bros, stores, stores employing clerk allowances 48 week. afternoons store alone. empowered appoint committee visit effort reach uniform rule adopt t. clare george, editor chronicle-telegram, address "the newspaper profession." principal speaker program. parts be.: anwers, education; sixth grade chorus, directed dorothy jones; male quartette. pictures, claire, follow meeting. newly-elected efficers teachers fii'sl c'.itirch dr. heck, cleveland, superintendent. hed: took tho lu.iusions voting married people's class hour, p: cached sermon morn-lug worship. following teachers. those wero: clayton springer, superintendent; werner holstein, jr., sec.; raymond sick, treas.; superintendent children's division; hall, senior department; mildred of. cradle superintendent, mr9. carl springer; bach otto ruth, librarians; pianist. thank committees, fine co-operation me, undertaking", smythe- fred holzhauer, association, asked greater harmony efforts stint ulate "whenever anything started various opinions encountered stop movement. intentional purpose hurting anyone. a3 single unit. few successful, little closer accomplished. dropped membership something way go. thing do. while 'always right, heart. think enough toward stimulating amherst. retailers bring town1, holzhauer. question introduced holzhauer heard driving town. others off. strong advocate afternoons. op?n stir argument, not." referred tne street car ran penfield junction remember -15 minutes back finally arrive hud pack sides, running hoard, bumpers wherever could. company care treating customers, line more," kane, president, didn't neither willing part. success, ctveryone else can." referring position wednesday-closing harm. farmer-stockholders. can't pick town, disgusted learned they-would elsewhere buy wantd buy. saying criticise boys, point making changed, drivo through elsewhere! anil people, beryjel ua? ;we t..lk ....v-'f,.'i.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1935-01-10|
|Date of Original||1935-01-10|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1935-01-10 17 7|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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