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amherst news-times volume xx, number mayor cooper to throw 1st ball xwonday with two more teams entered in the league, eight will be id action softball league which opens season next monday night at harrls-st field. v. s. automatics, defending champions, meet high jscliool team,, n'pw' entrant thjs year, opener. ' c. e. is scheduled out i first 6:15 p. m. final plans for ironed a meeting of all managers held eagles' hall 8 tonight (thurs day). new entrants are jim's popcorn, team man aged by howard lange and businessmen's managed fred berger. another chango was made eligibility rules entrants, am herst inn's school limited men. having full rosters, just about every one who wants play have chance do so. banner prospect tight races forecast way through. other games week find st. joseph's tuesday night, eagles tangling paul's wednesday busi nessmen playing popcorn boys friday. large crowd inspection candidates were admitted into membership annual evening temple pythian sisters. district deputy, elizabeth pettibone, port clinton, hichly commended staff officers excellent manner ritualistic work exemplified gave them grade 89. over 150 members guests present coming from lorain, oberlin, elyria, clinton medina. among distinguished sisters ida henry, past grand chief; bernice carter, amherst, protector; mrs. princehorn, matron medina sister home, also attending mr. pettiborne, master arms knights pythius. participating degree carrie kreger as captain; ann lynch, installing officer; rose lauer, officers; wilmah egeland, most manager following ocicers: wilraah eva miller, june senior; sophia rubel, junior; mildred hutton e;velyn raesler, managers; ethel tietch, mistress finance; frances battenhouse, o f records correspondence; laura ypung, protector lil- ion guard. edith hoffner work. ceremonies talks given many tle quests presented kreger, m sr.pletch lucy henes gifts. befreshments then served several charge. special prize evening, wftich donated clara ehrman, won mrs, valentla nelson, lorain. natl hospital day observed here thurs, national thursday, may 1?. open house 1:30 4:30 nurses conducting visitors thru hospital. becognitlon wijl mothers whose babied born 1937 j938- tea refreshments hospjtal auxiliary a. both georgo frank hostesses. 14 crowning top photo shows statue blessed virgin mary after being crownd queen church sunday. left below patricia gammons placed crown, center, cecilia drozdowski right, acevez, attendants. sunday well filled when children opened series devotions beautiful ceremony. forming "living rosary," crowned may. month devoted especially daily throughout month. procession headed acevez cecelia robed angels thomas net-sen carrying processional cross service. recited rosary congregation re sponding. oliver shinsky dpnna jeap troster carried crown on pa tricia gammons. boys' vested choir, compris ed james brennen, omar bailey, martin rlcket, john radl-can, victor oshyk, floyd lodge, mccann donald smythe sang appropriate hymns during crowning. bev. fr. t. tivenan, cleveland, delivered sermon his theme "every good gift perfect cometh down above." service closed bene-dfctlon sacrament h. smith. pre-school health conferences jo part pbservance child week, dr. f. b dew, county commis sioner, has bet dates this chljdren not yet school. these wil monday, morning 10 11 parochial afternoon public 1 3:30 m, conferences, we: clearview, tuesday, 9 in.; 1g, brown-helm, 1cj m." south 1:15 2:30 m.; 23, henrietta, 2 nalley re-elected president .1. vincent nalley, aerie eagles, re-eletced term election night. seeking returned fice. they include vice president; don fullmer, chaplain; w. smith, secretary; henry treasurer; bruce, conductor; bay trustee. gerald bruce elected inside guard ralph mckinley named outside report state-wide campaign urged aid local representatives signing up applicants. j. becker, fullmer jack representing drive. again honor gold star discussed. bpen an mother's custom since war. fpllpwing meeting, big crowd. r. powers september, 1817, ezeki-al barnes hs son-in-law, bos-well crocker started otyo. time decided move further westward ho living family oneida county, york where he had cpme twp years before berkshire massachusetts. loading possessions wagon drawn three horse teaia arrived buffalo learned that sloop harbor, making ready trip cleveland. so put goods boat, captain had; suggested him advisability sailing along keep eye goods, too, went but sent .by land. name "perseverance," under way, mr, discovered captain's real reason wanting stay aboard purely selfish pno, shortage deck hands. friday, 6, 1938 musicians display talent programs pupils music department schools ure taking spotlight extracurricular activities week. result u year's practice training' unfolded publjp ,ln performances (thursday), friday evening. progress year instrumental classes dispjayed tonight. program direction moore kiefer, been con ducting year. tonight's program, start 7:30 m., parts witn charge " kiefer other. moore's includes: little laddie, lassie" sut- er, violin class, thelma baxter, hobert schroed- earl hayes, hetty taylor, bil-lie wise, kerti, dorothy dute, betty witte, springer, messal; celia ward, buth riddle. alleluia gloria patri," palestrina, clarin et quartet, edwin foster, chapman, eda kirschner ray take kent tests vicinity represented scholarship contests state university saturday. sending entire while from. brownhelm, clearview henri etta lorain-co compete. entitled send whole because listed exempted village schools. chosen elimination recently. students compete bob edwards, mik-itka, david schmitkons, naomi beichert, roth, martha hollstein, joseph whiton, kelley, wilhelm, doris penton, herbert gammons, norman kreeger, shirley sweet, lois ehlert, draga, ruth fleckner, beverly florence margaret george hollingsworth. neighboring are: helen simaskevich elmer schpchjt, amherst; helen1 bates adam portman, henrietta; more, paul lelm-bach, wayne leimbach, warren lefmbach, mabel belnhard william brill, brownhelm; giberson, clearview. irene pajor, thompson anne marie simaskevich, qualified alternates tho kent. sailor boat. some time, boat poor headway. twice it forced harbor erie fourteen dayfl tossed lake! realized could make cleveland ordered her river. household wore landed, whether shook hands friendly finally parted, should like know. buffeted billows lake erie, three-horse wagon, rest moved right along. found no sign father, boon came disturbing rumors porished, grand, biyer, feet once agalq op bpha; earth, mr- jjarnes hurriedly cook. finlaudla, sibelius, clarinet charles hamann, heller, elaine raymond wragg; prelude g major, ilea-cox, cello solo, van keuren; liebestraum, liszt, muriel springer; song india, rimska-korsakoff, hamann. "kautaisio miniature," paquet, heller; hope, kennedy, prayer, strebogg, duet, hilda scharein sweet; desolation, boccalarie, bchool continued page 4 mother mother, clearest word world. loving, kind true; never too busy, nor tired if something you she can do. thoughts always others, thinking self all; or quickly come your call. counting cost time; going around feet, thing ere seeks bed sleep. love. how explain love mine? shines through darkest endureth time. eighty young, mine, gentle, sweet kind. look world over; superior you'll find. loving devotion god man. wish we mother. let's best can. b. "corners" might sooner relieve anxiety would feel reached there, him. re-united wife children, took roturned blver together remainder journey now home without accidents. roswell crocker, son-in-law least tue father twins township. their names alonzo lorenzo. twins, even today, object much interest admlnira-tion. happened soon born, reld see them, told thejr launched, "the twins," providing wpuld bring babies black river sandstone center garbage question solons decoration committee memorial requested attend 10th, town hall. herman short, legion commander, calling said, "all people previously notified commitree night." ior activity definite shape, effort event impressive than ever made. poem launching. proudly agreed reid asked, river, afraid, amount coaxing persuade board (no doubt remembered father's experiences "perseverance"). didn't all. water "ann." j pioneer early tyrell, native 1835, particularly interesting canal, albany canal its hey dey, travel safe easy tor our settlers. seem, there hundreds boats ac-comniodatipn such folks ghost haunted last summer council tuesday. joe kovach, hired collect late summer, tuesday's session informed place dispose it. contract awarded, farm east fact reasons councilman contract. kovach disposing barbate gone. collected before. said calls 500 homes collecting loads winter expects gather four summer. collections juno, july august. issue settled signed furnished bond satisfactory considerable discussion means garbage. alvin brown incinerator built government project thus settle good. couldn't proposition city loralu dump same lorain does, foster park-rd. trenches dug dumped, covered over. brought atty. smythe, mortgage loan co., reminded assessments against property owned client excessive. referred lot northwest intersection lln- coln-st martin-av containing 9.38 acres locality. tax former $1267 although worth ?250. sewer piece $1,008 7104 still assessed. pointed ts ulegal assess any tliwr. third value ftre years. stated go court seek adjustment. cooder appointed coun- cilmen menz, mcqueen what arrangements 1-i mathes, engineer disposal plant, concrete plant needed repainting already foot section north' wall breaking up. mattei: drainage authority act. officer white asked bicycle ordinance legislation insure safety riders. volunteered cities doing matter councilmcn. taken repair streets wherever street sidewalk gtven wider cars difficulty getting parked parking lanes, tq lanes six inches wider, possibly confusion old markers, bo palntedkin different color. pag 7 proba,1 ow.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1938-05-06|
|Date of Original||1938-05-06|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1938-05-06 20 14|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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