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29 amherst news-times $ volume xx, number discuss water w or ks for south village citizens are pondering over the question, "shall a municipal works system be constuct-ed?" question has been debated of times previously, but only lately interest reached sufficient proportions to tackle seriously. last week thursday about hundred attended meeting called by council test public sentiment. motion was passed at this authorize investigate matter thoroughly, and regular tuesday night charles simon employed make preliminary survey. would cost $60,000, according engineer, include mains on all streets, artisian -wells supply water, 100,000 gallon tank furnish reservoir givo steady pressure in lines. officials pointed out, however, that estimate approximate only, more certain could not made until after ah soon as survey is completed will informed definite decision asked them. mayor henry garland asking among themselves. "if people want then wants give it them, if they don't drop matter. we cram something down people's throats want, other hand do wo .want possible them have it", he said. plenty discussion part way determine how feel matter, declmon proceed with improvement an effort included wpa project made. event good share paid federal government, tax payers paying balance. just village's yet decided, two ways seem bo open. one method assess against property village, issue bonds pay from receipts. juniors feled seniors sat. forms aircraft float ing overhead, high school auditorium transform' ed into modern air terminal saturday junior class held annual reception seniors. members faculty were also guests. blue crepe paper furnished background sky setting, floor marked off con lights motif further carried out tiny helmets place cards airplanes fash' ioned candy gum favors. program read' marjorie brill; "the takeoff" clarence gerber; "piloting ship" herbert gammons; accordion solo, ernst yonovltz; clipper" supt. f. it. power; "learning fly," dor othy raesler; music sophomore quartet "happy land ing", thelma mays. following program, dancing enjoyed jack flynn's orchestra. advisors miss beatrice johnstone, iona and' norwood hearn. warkentin's parents observe 50th anniversary selma warkentin, home economics teacher local school, back her classes today flying trip mountain lake, minn., week. reason tho observance parents' wedding which took tuesday. 12 children their families reunited family gathering first time several years. father, dietrich 72 years old while mother, maria, 70. warkentin 'trip airplane 21 legion plans poppy sale final participation memorial day celebration -were elmer johnson post american friday nite. squad chosen go early morning decorate graves departed comrades cemeteries four outlying cemeteries. cooperate auxiliary saturday. who can help requested so, commander herman short stated today. both sell poppies, memory those soldiers gave lives service country. flowers may secured practically any town decided sponsor equip baseball team compete lorain d league. announcement awards ar rived. arrangements pre- sentation. given annually top ranking boy girl eighth grade amherst, clearview st, joseph's parochial schools. commencement s. tonite prof. tucker craig graduate theology oberlin speaker (thursday) commence ment exercises school. diplomas presented 22 seniors, 10 boys girls. special scholastic work honor students during receive .diplomas stanley ashyk, lois bogardy, george knipp, david sliman, william yuresko, mccartney, andrew sed-ensky, alfred jones, schacht, joseph balog, florence flora schneider, bechstein, nancy drew, helen katona, ;lillian eberhardf, virginia powers, springer, elinor supers, anna simaskevich, june thompson, itoth. again accredited rating ass'n. received north "central association colleges secondary schools, r. powers announced. certificate arrived week, stated. said has' continuously since 1916. certificates granted upon recommendation state inspector his inspection. chief benefit rating, tha graduates enter college university without taking entrance examinations. fallen limb shut electricity . electric power ib minutes monday afternoon when light plant 'employees cut large broken trees cleveland-av fell across 'wires aides street. t ( game association's fish fry friends county & spent sunday new grounds formerly known dynalite plant. guests lunch, entertainment consisted trap shooting coon chase. photo shows fryers helpers. three set sunday, graduation st. evening, 12. year's graduating smallest history james attie, phillip lodge, thomas nie-sen, robert wenzel, mary ace-vez, cecilia drosdowski, patricia gammons, lodge mcdermott. alumni banquet saturday, 4th 4 date asso ciation. affair being committee headed margaret itice. mrs. nov. 2, 1865 i am camp presidential election. raining. answered smith's letter voted abraham. well quiet here. had 52 mcclellan votes 102 regiment o. v. i. 15 went rebuilt our tents moved out. up till 21st november. off. ?83. quite cool. orders vacuate. decatur. ready leave midnight cross pontoons. lot government stores here cars boats take away. 24th november ordered btart o'clock night. got teams hitched began moving midnight. did get river daylight. 18th michigan put picket, expected rebs come found -we leaving. gun friday, 27, men, dory schmidt, alex phillips center left group served, right shooters. lower picture groups eating dinner picnic style. attracted crowd, 500 pounds served. communion impressive ceremony morning, holy communion. altar beautifully decorated roses. rev. fr. smith charge s a. m. mass. donald mawhin-ney, gerard george, gil-ies, walter hoy, eleanor haas, ryan, michael joseph, steven kerpics. harvey rolling. oliver shinskey, leonard van .vlel, germaine nei-sen, marie jagusch, joan sposato, donna jean trast-er. enrolled scapular officiating ceremonies. lee's diary emergencies burn it, some men fire buildings before ought to, saw came woods splendid line battle intention capturing picket line. piece artillery opened fort advancing enemy brought halt. fight lasted crossed safe, gunboats shelling forts town. wagon train five miles long guard through stevenson, distance miles. camped moorsvllle quiet. started next second hunuville anil third railroad station know name place. (we traveled paint rock bridge. yet. reports there rebels around. as. army 1938 loomis rotary club ilotariannes weekly club. evening instead customary noon time. 45 present preceded meal, including harold covault, district governor, brief interesting message garthe spoke. principal itev. loomis, pastor congregational church lorain. member sherwood-eddy recently visited washington. told visiting 40 prominent president roosevelt answers questions thd group. musical selections trio, accompan ied dorothy jones. capt stough mon. captain lafayette l. stough, amherst's living civil war veteran, services parade dropping wreaths air. bouquets wins essay contest hunter, day. fly elyria, similar part. amherstites sent 1,000 letters via mail great many advantage fright thurs. send relatives friends. approximately 300 pieces canceled trip. peak national observance. bore cachet quarries alvin zimmerman piloted plane cleveland accompanied postmaster e. c. stiwald. pupils start vacation report recess summer months. holidays wednesday toward stevenson most citizens, negroes, women followed column. 2,000 whites blacks us. household furniture today, noticed coming near. rear small cavalry. charged citizens' firing captured half trains awful stampede niggers. dead run, howling crying. wenches threw infant min water. fire. somo another. away 20 children. quickly formed johnnys stop. cavalry skirmished awhile undertook flank us train. move catch -with sandstone world prepares veterans biggest celebrations recent tribute fought representing organizations working hard monday's big affair. meetings attempted secure cooperation individuals amherst. change locations changes business section, northwestern section. webster's pharmacy location park-av former keller baus store intersection main-st park-av. done monday. lloyd webster, proprietor, reported him much room. stato liquor branch agency moved. later ticket bus travel between same section harry mis-chka meat market side door east. building housed department ly purchased mischka. wednesday. vacated web ster now remodeled wesley expects barber shop its corner tennoy ave. main-st. award prizes bank essays tuesday, 10th, miss' mcclafflin's bookkeeping class, together six advanced senior savings trust co. talk general banking subjects mr. granger, manager, conducted bank's quarters vault. visit concluded demonstration actual operations up-to-date equipment, cash awarded best knowledge gained visit. winners announced 21th, prize going marilyn pietch, resulting tie ehlert, myrtle barckert behrent. did, sight form position where flanks protected bluffs each side. pretty lively kept bay, larkensville fourth day's march lee war, bringing him, sweet blessed peace. my mind num ber ask hogue tell me grand' father's life war. can't bring myself somehow, lee, soldier, seated tent, writing little 1b far ro mantic figure than cl vilian, busy field, factory, office. oft romance heartbreak walk life's nathway hand. so millions uniforms country, prayer shall forever-more find olivor lees, under c legionaires cemetery, crownhill cemotery, brownhelm middle ridge kendlegh corners cemetery' hill cemetery. another honoring 9:30 peter's evangelical-reformed church. invited attend service. pastor, deliver appropriate sermon choir. pro gram year nre- ceding parade. hall inside chance hear complaints outside, crowd widely scattered accompanying noise drowns speakers. remedy condition, shift indoors. winner essay-contest named susan katonak, senior, "decoration day" sponsored capt. stough. she 5 silver dollars prize. promise snappy 10:15 ashland, main address morning. others appear glee club, day, dollar prizo offered hayes h. smith. heard. " immediately gram, front hall. order colors, clearviow drum bugle corps, squad, containing widows spanish veterans, women's relief legion, voluntoer firemen, eagles, eagles drill team, gold star mothers, band, every died a-e dute, holle, w. plppert mcgowen. mothers franklin-av church-et joining tonneyav. east spring-st, sprlng-st cleveland-av, marchers "uwn return along clurch-st, church-st parfc-av, -west iall dis band- .a , 1 ! effi il-.' - -- .w.x.-
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1938-05-27|
|Date of Original||1938-05-27|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1938-05-27 20 21|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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