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amherst news-times volume xx, number 23 friday, june 10, 1938 sandstone center of the world 9 msgr. hagan to speak at graduation john r. hagant superintendent 'of catholic schools in cleveland diocese, -will ho speaker annual services st. joseph school sunday night. will be held church 8 p. m. mbgr. is recognized as one best educated men this part country. he studied carroll university, american college rome, university washington, sorbonne franco and bonn germany. holds degrees s. t. d., ph. d. sc e. sunday's program open with processslonal, followed by act consecration. presentation diplomas scholastic awards follow dr. hagan's address. pta award for highest honors scholarship given winning essay, which graduates recently wrote on communism. benediction close service. members graduating class are james attie, phillip lodge, thomas. neisen, robert wenzel, mary acevez, cecilia drosdow-8 k i, patricia gammons, anna lodge mcdermott. alumni honor '38 mombers high were guests banquet saturday about 100 returned occasion honored 55 year's class. during business session, milton nabakowski frederick berger named serve committee. immediately following banquet, committee met elected president group nabakowski, vice president. miss grayce purcell continue secretary-treasurer. margaret rice was charge session later introduced geoffrey monger "who served toastmaster ovcning. address welcome mrs. i. g. maxwell response herbert gammons. supt. f. powers gave a short talk ruth ehrman presented two marimba solos. yvonne mcqueen favored dance talks wree edward bauman, lakewood, a. kurtz, lorain. program, dancing was. enjoyed music furnished anchorlans. asks new post office postmaster c. stiwald reveal' ed week that had submit ted an application post-office amherst. said congressman dow harter, whom made application, promised his ful cooperation secur ing postoffice however, did not, think there would any consideration present time but figured it 96 no harm asking. three former family recieved diplomds commencement season 'on full swing, rickel fami ly perrysburg having busy time. all children receive diplomas. rev. rickel, who here several years pastor first evangelical church, can justly feel proud their children, homer, margery lucille. homer graduated 6th from north central college, napervllle, 111., receiving bachelor arts degree. while lucille received her eighth grade diploma. many coincidences exercises. 73rd both horn- legion send boys camp invitation attend fidac tho auxiliary extended elmer johnson regular meeting veterans friday reports various activities sponsored session. names four state columbus, department legion, announced. sent local organizations. originally planned fo five reservations could only four. those make trip sponsors ralph holzhauer, rotary club; harry dietz, noon day henry edwards, maurice paton, eagles. report junior baseball team announcement uniforms been ordered. consist sweaters colors, emblem. reported medals went mildred jean kaser edwin foster public irene patokl de-wain graber clearview. joseph's parochial tonight (thursday). meeting, social enjoyed. ministers conference lutheran parts greater gathered paul's tuesday wednesday. sessions morning afternoon days discussions material regarding convention louis 15. missions district blrk-ner, fort wayne, secretary districts. papers read j. meyer, "galatians three"; baumgartner, cleveland, "material sermon study"; mader, youngstown, "john's baptism."- martin .sommerfield delivered evening taking topic, "the coming holy spirit church". . between 30 35 attended ladies dinner supper staying over night homes members. survey shows more now 20 moro age year than ago, according census just completed frank radde. last 872 ago 893. b. avery, clerk board edu; cation, pointed out not these go next year. er's margery's also 25th anniversary rickel's normal ed-lnburg, pa. leading senior plays. national honorary fraternities, pi gamma mu kappa delta, delegate delta spring topeka, kan. past year, y.m.c.a. student volunteers, member debating squad men's glee club. girl reserves, head cheerleaders' book paper staffs. fall plans enter theological seminary napervllle napervllle. lucille, course, school. meet association tonigjht (thursday) hall. guests. (jerry aschenbach, '30, toastmaster. each fr. eischen, pastor, smith expected give talks. remainder the' seventh sister rose ann charge. trophy basketball won presented. josita, '29, kathleen, taught class, present. east-st paving start work project approved washington scheduled saturday, mayor cooper informed week. required finish depend upon assigned it, stated figures month. instituted became bur ied officials called harter aid getting approved. after weeks red tape, times columbus akron, finally washine- ton ready start. correction bakery ad week's issue news-times, cookies quoted 15 25 cents dozen. cor rect price -20 cepts. wo take opportunity correct our mistake. know, off hand, month some glorious creature sure enough is, roman goddess, juno. regarded daughter saturn rhea, wife jupiter, important seats worship argos, samoa, carthage, later, rome. hawk, goose especially peacock, often bird june, sacred her. juno presided marriage childbirth, considered goddess power empire, patroness riches." when consuls entered office, they obliged offer solemn sacrifice. flowers foliage freshest groea.-i brides 1 brides, here, partly gone, comes weddings. goes beautiful wedding cakes white frosting "ginger bread" decorations around. photog caught ludwig thomas such occupation. smiling indicating happy approval approaching event lives united into one. children's hour 10:30 scripture reading prayer song "happy birds spring" department; ship, kenneth bechtel; school, melvln hayes; you, richard berk; then suffer ward; pageant, "come unto me" beginners primary groups dept. needs girls today, barbara lou moore; my friend, lavonne mueller; care, wanda mae hutton; pansies, donna glad see nancy eleanor dute; garden, snyder; living lightfoot; johnny's bringing up, alan sick; forget-me-not, kaiser; $day thanks, dianne tabbert. daisies day, esther sick, lorainne hayes, tabbert, jeanne mueller, joyce anderson; any, stars, snyder, max schareina, schroeder, donald leuzler taul color rainbow, hermann's special rehearsal after-neon 2 juniors, seniors hold parties despite inclement weather, juniors final functions tuesday. classes parties. outdoor life grounds neld party evening. pot pourri est, yield tree vine sweetest, hopes summer ore brightest most ambitious. garden loveliest ever, we'll have galore, prize winners too, flower show end summer. do quantities stuff, shores lake erie it's so near us, we don't appreciate half enough. wo'll back yard might acquire deep-toned tan. arise early morn sheer joy its, merely let cat dog outdoors. course diet rather spasmodic procedure lis usually something oil us' nave frightened into. playground opened mon. harrls-st athletic field monday until 's resumed fall, hubbard, coach supervise playground. assisted nya youths. hubbard today ,be overy 11:30 4:30 case aign woulj posted stating whether or not. tennis courts, wtich suffered considerable damage surface water washed them heavy storm repaired excellent shape. requests use courts hours leave evenings weekends older people enjoy playing. adults wednesday afternoons. h e play if "closed" sign up. addition tennis, softball leagues formed vari ous other worked program. town invited younger folks well girls. begins vacation pupils cards begin recess. examinations sisters charity, teaching sisters' pass on, becoming colorful heavier huo that, rival intense slowing beauty sun. mother nature's greenory become worn dusty, humans, lazying away, mayhap find pristine gathering few cobwebs. great desired things thru-out ahead, cannot count wasted within us precious, natural beauties us. store up memories glories god's creation. you'll relish thru winter come. rate, ro-rcad, soon possible part, jaines russell lowell's "vision ot council discusses light, plant village another lengthy nearly whole taken discussion wpa projects solons believe should pushed. figuring prominently" among proposed building combined municpal light plant. although nothing definite decided, apparently favor agreed worth thinking seriously about. crystal beach amhrest beach, august 3rd, picnic. tentative picnic night's association. far indefinite. ' events walter mischka, chairman try whatever form take, appeal ages. free transportation south call busses running park amhersts. rates concessions arranged. nights ladles' henrietta church. tainment consisted musical selections jack accordion xylophone. singing w. schaeffer. uses old construct desk growing father's farm has converted alfred baxter, senior. designed baxter .the manuel training achool, supervised n. hearn, instructor. cut down allowed ( before started it. flat top desk, drawers side ion;; middle drawer. display lobby lorain county savings trust co. bank drawn compliments. hears security bolton, board, guest noonday club monday. bolton spoke act, pensions unemployment compensation. norma beesing guest. launiau- begins: "and. what rare june? n i m a... .... polish residents unveil memorial autumn casimlr pulaski, americans fought colonist liberty died battle savannah, especial pride event, impressive monument, costing neighborhood $1,800, man, mr. william henes, proprietor am herst studio. appropriateness durability hr. henes' design last-ing rock embodied, because simple llnand forthright dignity, tj inscription. continued page '4 list 'other earlier ibo get-together dlsouss solicitor wm. miller suggested havo vote bond election, money available. 'he get government long term low inter est added projects, aro done now, some-time. extension maple-st through church-st. project, undoubtedly paved. sewers proposed, west-st engineer tom laundon recommended along elyria-av similar sewer crosse-st elyria-av. mllan-av sewer, caused trouble rain, bo fixed. through, milan-av widened hill. retaining wall built bottom hill space filled in. routine progress voted advertise bids. saturday. complains eric spivok complained ditch flooded cel lar every hard rain. ask decided investigate body werner zilch, representing rushes field. looked hart elyria asked him estimate amount wish streets hired going improve .before oiling them. used g.731 gallons estimated need 5,000 cent cheaper per gallon. purchase curbing forms $120 rent $75. al air compressor $80 months set maximum. seeks authority letter affairs asking spend electric funds build building. determine - legally purpose. charles instructed write works company repair sidewalk front radlcan property james-et caved tunneled under councilman kane patrolman how police clock system working replied thought policemen wero away too new; fire protection. almost impossible catch thieves. settlement reach-'ffi telephone rwfttuage wlli pay $!j0 m6nth -q?i;'c9 60
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1938-06-10|
|Date of Original||1938-06-10|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1938-06-10 20 23|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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