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amherst's 125th anniwer?aov 1939 amhe volume xx, number, 47 friday, december 2, 1938 sandstone center of the world special class tobeheldfjr fruit growers a series instructions, .to be given under auspices ithe state department o vocational education will here for growers, starling dec. 12. action to accept offer stato was taken at monthly meeting board monday night. entire coat course borne by department. local furnish only meeting- place. meet one night each week and open all those persons interested. carl deeds, agricultura' teacher amherst brown-helm schools, explained program. he said end specialist from either ohio university or experiment station would day. don wasem, henrietta, instructor course. lead room discussion also maike personal visits during day discuss problems taking part in wasem has had practical as well technical training this work present time is managing webber's orchards birmingham. k ot p's held busy session more than 125 five lorain-co lodges are expected attend county helu hall program charge deputy win. miller, lorain. final plans tho lodge's participation were made several important items f business transacted monday's meeting, including nomination officers, diamond jubilee celebration joint installation with pythian sisters. been set tentatively february 19 thereabouts. further arrangements iwill later. officers nominated coming year ed young, chancellor commander; n. a. itubel, vice chancellor; george benedict, prelate; roy stevens, master arms; bert monger, work; william heller, finance; ehnnan, exchequer; m. d. fleckner, keeper records seals; carter, inner guard; henry sharp, outer guard, hugh tompkins, trustee. monger named delegate convention next september herman beesing alternate. following election, installed sisters which january. collection hospital union service thanksgiving methodist church on eve attended. rev. ihayes, pastor first evangelical church, gave sermon. e. c. schmidt, st. peter's reformed burris, took service. , up result $7.g5 turned over trustees. music departments give programs school these days getting ready two christmas programs. vesper .service sunday, other annual chapel pageant. miss dorothy jones, head department, eervlce feature music. mlsa margaret rice, s. hearn, arthur engle mies iona good. senior say fellers, how'd you lad so dodular little barbara moore, row, left right: lucy mae branscum, g balger, melvinette gentile anna novak. back t weiss, josephine gambis mary sliman. smythe heads ttt n committee executive commemoration an-niverslty met tuesday afternocyi. schmidt presided temporary chairman meeting. permanent elected atty. john smythe, general chairman; mayor cooper, president; second nabakowski, secretary, mrs. j. wesbecher, assistant; fved holz-hauer, treasurer, mis? norma beesing, recording secretary. it planned make three affair dates sept. 24, 26, 2c. full events days. again wednesday 7:30 p. in. town hall. members tyjmmittee asked assistant pointed out (that need support organizations individuals village -affair success. she stated that suggestions anyone welcome. plan bake sale truth seekers hold kuss drug store saturday, 10. conversational piece-mostly about f. r. powers festive holidays being over, we can expect see our community lights blinking cheerfully us any evening now. not long, young folks bo hustling away staying late practice " soon mr. children going parties, and, everyone carrying fancy package inevitable gift exchange. housewives already searching treasured recipes cakes, cookies, puddings, deciding how many varieties sweetmeats might wiso year. there's shopping done, wrapping gifts sending cards. right now your card list. can't remember want send two, be-, ginning early, you'll yourself advantage adding names they come mind. even then probably forget someone. there entertainments scheduled bometime before dramatjcs group like boy ce ladies south amherst. he's led magazine article simpler mathematics ways that1 people high shop outside into some serious subject an appeared november issue science snd mathematics. written pupt. ii. engle, school. most woik done last question came when found students after higher science- courses hard arithmetic very simple junior students. men believed difficulty fact new method presented such way seemed harder preceding methods . confronted easy problem, seek working it. starting task cf finding no thought seeking publicity hav.ng their appear publication. but continued go deeper subject, decided cutmit material outstanding others research. mathematics, best field, accepted material. boasts coveis too december, should include activities month, count privilege. skjerne pleasing couple oberlln conservatory who graced pta year, karl sabiers show moving pictures while abroad summer, somotlmo near future. among famous places visited palestine, india japan, because turbulent times encountered traveler east, today, i understand obtained rare shots exceedingly interesting subjects. accompanied synchronized lecture karl's own voice. perhaps share me feeling becomes poignant few hours eve. rush holiday -preparation done. table dining room, wrapped presents stacked waiting delivered page 3 recreational nter beautiful girls? mudrich onlv bov dramatics erroud. front ladys evans, fahrney, mudrich, catherine right; sliman, director lola earth every ii read susciibers union, provinces canada, thirty-three foreign countries. owned teachers, managed tcsichers, edited teachers. supt. englo entitled "must got?" illustrations, nearly pape plate drawing hearn another, showing compari son between fahrenheit cen tigrade thermometer readings, drawn dave schmitkons. authors simplest various mathematic formulas them together. did successively fractions volumo areas. latter showed similarity rather constrasts. square root cube attention blocks used illustrations. physics chemistry particular equations. short section hi devoted process changing temperature readings centigrade versa. thus discussion' started simply became quite theme its print where interested chance review work. however yet finished. think success planning have put pamphlet form may readily accessible workers. guest tickets musicals hand distribution o'neill wilson, 53c reid ave., lorain, musicales ttiulios prince raoul spoloti iionanno beaux arts building. cleveland. six conceits aro sponsored trinacria musical association 'will artist studentsvof boimnno studios, january, ' february, april, june. consist familiar numbers operas. change worship beglnlng ser vices axtel 8:30 time, pastor, announced week. schedule continue throughout tho' -winter, stated. .great britain's airplane capacity 300 month predicted doubled $lay. degree staff pats large delegation port clinton friday district edith hoffner act olficial lodge sessions a3 past chief knight's initiation wilmah egeland excellent chief. bus chartered foi trip leave 9:30 bernice carter amherst, grand manager ohio, friday's sessions. team olive mulder kolbe, color bearers; jessie mclean, mcgee, mayme schaeffer, rose lauer, clara ehrman, odella "coverdale, hattie steven:), edwards, ann lynch, mildred moeblus, elizabeth ethel bruce, lone pietch, pionist. regular eva miller's club entertainment prpgram. party 20 exchange feature. egeland's cello concert sunday enjoy hearing beautifully played, opportunity hear world-famous performer instrument offered masonic lorain evening. lorand gluzek, studied hungarian royal academy budapest, concerts europe, makf his appearance time. seasoned soulful of' instruments unique personality. retired public life engaged scientific this, however, satisfy artistic nature once unwrapped if enchantment responded moods temperament. crippled child care rotary heard takes children. dr. underwood columbus speaker. ho told early pioneer making laws added system extended 36 states. spoiled girl finds sled missing sat. heavy snowfall brought joy hearts youngsters top recess studies. the- thrilled prospect four en-joy fun afforded sea-i son's snow fall plenty deep winter sports. don't majority boys girls didn't take ! wonderful girl. joyce anderson, tiny lives g78 tenney-av, swell playing sho wont play her gone. loss sure holi-1 find site -stop recreation hero similar operation appointed august naba- ikowski, president men's association. asso ciation, (group voted approve project instructed ap point formulate center. includes h. frank, chairman, sam wragg, walter charles alexander, short, nord, mcqueen patrolman earl white. stated, problem suitable consideration assembly congregational gym. sponsors provide necessary money expenses. supervisors instructors furnished wpa. wpa's outlined businessmen norman thompson, supervisor, wpa practically staff. assured backing officials council cooper strongly endorsed proposed urged fullest extent. seal good returns seals heavy, according report treasurer l. b. illndman, secretary loraln-co tuberculosis health association, sponsoring sale. residents received christinas seal3 mall friday. netted $49 since indicates total surpass mark spt $143 vaa realized. hlndman, receiving report, realized salo spent furnishes bulk revenue carry campaign eradicate tuberculosis. flood pond skaters although themselves weather weekend, cold enough, brandcs park flooded man employed to. supervise there, file petitions vote light asking referendum electric filed afternoon. ask election resolution no. b-84, passed emergency 3rd. ruled invalid solicitor wm. filing safety measure protect public's question. law matter vague, say, unless afe possibility denied contained signatures 354 voters, twice number required law. meanwhile ordinance b-209 still circulation. same circulating petition reported much larger wednesday. until 12th december. boxing fans :n vicinity amateur fighters benefit proceeds bouts forester's curtain raiser, featuring gold dust twins 8 max schindler joe mlel-carek, former, fremont golden gloves champion toledo champion, featured frank reese, nick radosevlch, here, alto occupy prominent card. eddie lambert, defeated finals gloves. meilcarek ted garan reese boy, tangling phil huss. along fast season trade punches jules nikel floe kosiorek ueuroe cleveland; alex pielah, throwing leather billy gulling, lorain; martin schiethower mixing tom fremont, another inter mlxup bob pas-tanisi cisne. jail happy hucek, 28, lakewood. arrested brownhelm-twp. k. jones driving (while intoxicated. abusive officer 'white. fact, got city could get stopped burg threw him jail. hucek morning cooper. fined $100 costs promptly paid. dog license opened today licenses (thursday) registrar, reported. eaine rules prices apply former years, said. males spayed females $1 -while female tags ere $3.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1938-12-02|
|Date of Original||1938-12-02|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1938-12-02 20 47|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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