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amherst's 125th anniversary 1039 amherst volume xx, number 52 friday, january 6, 1939 sandstone center of the world tuesday is deadline for water co offer a section eagle s reception room eagles to dedicate ome sunday news-times . 1 new h i works co. was again given one more week by village council in which give an answer as price they will ask purchase their, distributing plant and property. next set councilman mcqueen instructed contact officials let them know decision. mayor c. e. cooper signified his intention accompanying when latter contacted officials. if does not make their or figure believes too high, solons indicated night that are prepared start condemnation procedure take over plant. declared program should go right along with municipal light project stated further delay negotiations unnecessary. reference situation, special counsel milton friedman told he had some figures present but asked be allowed at committee meeting whole. this manner would have into minutes also allow freer discussion. solicitor wm. miller supported then advised hold joint board public affairs determine rate schedule could presented people. another angle electric question brought up henry kane who suggested pay current used street lighting. time, gets free consumers paying bill. said even charging only cent kilowatt, amount between ?1300 $1400 year, mean considerable reduction consumers. outset tuesday's meeting, organized coming re-electing john sa-biers president pro-tem. patrolmen earl whito ed mays were reappointed year. carl elnwachter phillip braun applied these positions. gave short review past year thanked councllmen loyalty cooperation. collected $64 license fees; $396.00 77 state highway patrol cases, $197.40 24 cases. "no mess drunks" cases lower than usual attributed low liquor ordinance went effect early speaking "although other towns still wide open, we don't drunks around. it real pleasure on afternoon come down to.wn see little law order." continuing, last three months, started two fights hoped many get discouraged before fight over. "we tho ops lick plant," ho said. although wasn't formally council, did nothing about recommendations made firo department fill vacancies department. fred tabbert, charles draga nabakowskl recommended fire brown no choice didn't approve those there six nord elected head school (walter g. named education organization held wednesday night. sam wragg vice president. sharp retiring preceding tmeeting, adjourned meeting' uio december session la reported bo resting com.-whlch time all ojd business fortably condition fav. conrpieiea. agrees suggestion its issue dec. 1g, editorially concerning situation here. ohio service accepted following letter received editor reveals: jan. 3, mr. george h. frank j amherst, dear frank: referring power under date 16, 1938 from you making engineer village, together our engineer, select third engineer. submitted both sides report. carefully considered matter wish advise wo entirely agreeable your suggestion. very truly yours j. burger division mgr. dates ol old home friday 13 members present. discussed signs secretary authorized tags automobiles, publicity deciding number, color scheme changes tag. celebration finally set, four days, beginning sunday, sept. 24, continuing until wednesday, 27th. duties chairmen each outlined. scouts divided groups boy been divisions scoutmaster announced week. 15 years senior the- boys 12 junior division. meet congregational gym 6 p. m. same night, 7:45 regular scout basketballs lost while being taken home. anyone finding return either assistant leader nabakowski. matron gift group tues. plans attend annual district day medina, 17 eastern stars during matron, miss brockslcker. aremo club. stars, attendance 18 mrs. florence gall, elizabeth ulrich hostesses. program. hostesses vernon marshall leotta hoffman. miller, clerk, ill late week, now cleveland clinic where monday afternoon. orable cozy davenport comfortable chair corner blue eagles' open sunday. entire finished blue, here visitors may wait visit, sit read. young couple married st. joseph's church scene morning wedding mary lahiff, daughter w. cleveland-av, jerry as-chenbach, son aschenbach, s. maln-st. rev. fr. james smith performed ceremony children's choir singing. robert finnegan organ. bodmann, jr. attended her sister richard brother groom best man. ceremony, breakfast served lord jeffrey inn party parents couple. afternoon, left airplane trip washington, d. c, planning saturday. people graduated high class 1934. aschenbach kent normal teaching schools. boeing aeronautical oakland, cal., employed radio operator airport pennsylvania central airline. parsonage .miss mildred pauline landfried hush david curtis quiet services a. bur-ris officiated, using single ring ceremony. william curtis, groom, hazel landfried, bride, attendants. .mrs. burrls, accompanied bridal bride's turkey dinner served. proving anniversaries bring memories f. r. powers glorious occasions that's something agree. older person becomes, greater realization significance date. contemplative "the fat's fire." having arrived mind, mood liable become such suffer him approach important milestones life company futile wishes, companions subtle enough dull bit keen enjoyment might otherwise him. never birthday think midsummer day, grandma called me, just turned seven, across yard pleasant cottage home, placed my arms red-haired doll, pierced china ears, she smith's jewelry shop, "m call bluebelle," i, holding doll me trembling hands, "because police car bought funds raised popular subscription has expected active duty end waiting arrive columbus car. auto purchased l & chevrolet kept garage temporarily. book club mon. burrls monthly preachers ely- ria aged monday. comprised methodist ministers west norwalk district. first 500 chris' tian reviewed hennlnger discussion followed. dining hall after noon. subject "what formalities ought practiced service." came conclu sion holy spirit guide minister congrega tion community according any peculiar community. weeks remain dog owners tans dogs out penalty, cooper, deputy registrar here, reminded thue far 100 sold tale 450 tags, so preparing minute rush. chow originally food. eyes name belle, grandma." bluebelle sitting room, big bay window. then, grandpa's grandma's clock, tick-ticking away shelf kitchen, measuring emeralds diamonds. eighth birthday, span o spent, months goes. finally, feeling want really enjoy occasion, shouldn't thinking back far, nor hard anything aplenty o. baker mo mark 45th establishment. recollect, you, baker's calendar's always "established 1894" printed themt forty-five years! five it's half century! long continued page 4 xmas mailing sets christmas rush post office greatest history local office, postmaster stlwald eclipsed 36,169 pieces mail handled days. corresponding period ago 35,433. however, said, income attributing difference fact sent greetings stamps. 18, 20, 21 22 3,482, 10,354, 12,988 8,609 respectively. wore 5,501, 10,380, 12,236 8,052 indicating earlier recruiting army reserve enlistments aimy created congress. enlistment former soldiers army, married, less 36 yeais nave honorably discharged within years. required event nationul emergency paid ?2 month additional ?3 per enlisted. nearest station building cleveland. officers society christian endeavor evangelical evening. janet springer, president; gerald schroeder, hollstein, hilda scharein, treasurer. congregation elect ",c"'"l,s "l l" "k;ennonai rmucii uiusuaj supper ladles church. uuicc-i's iur wm ue olected including threo' trustees, deacon, clerk yellow loraln-co 8 switzer s"uth election 'will place meeting. degree work pro gram. poss prominent fraternal order hand formal dedication aerie eagles. full arranged thousands visiting opening festivities. host friends surrounding aeries rejoice owner gl cobb's store elsie grlngal, manager ' fashion store, an-( nounced fills vt own-, ers. gringal operate gringal's ladies' shop. continues handle line dresses wearing apparel, past, nud addition several lines added. taking merchandise kept, stock replenished received. retail stores prior connection co., yok, seven connected globe lorain. "i hope own ownership better customers able before," gringal. comets face 3 tilts entering record victories nine games, serious defending northern league title test invade wellington dukes breezed through contests without setback tie top position. battle because beat floor. employ zone defense thii small trick floor almost impregnable. winning streak halted ago. appear chief threat comet's tenure holders game play grafton, saturday berea comes defeated grafton season opener county lcag-guers going good since' beat. teams turns team. shows lop sided win medina close victory oberlin. edged games played edwards maurice paton led scorinj. edwards, 67 points, .three ahead paton. dick ott 40 points ray freder ick behind ott. ralph holzhauor truscello ! havo 2g aml pomtg ro3poctlvo. ljr. donny haas genq poor tallied each, girl tlie troop 1:30 instead duo no) friday. ah urged attend. pupils enjoyed longer vacation system, classes dedicatory candidates initiated commemoration pf campaign honoring conrad mann, :'ational organizer order. elyrla drill team put work. house families observed throughout evening what repeatedly finest homes town comparable size. purchasing homestead, 19 beautiful setting way intersection square, in-sides literally torn out, well braced larger rooms. main door, visitor steps igood sized beautifully decorated rust colored wall paper, table, chairs lamps. jn " linoleum circle words foe, 1442 inscribed. extending straight beyond entrance hallway plenty space hang coats hats lounging room. motilf paper darker carpeting. furniture colors. lounges, chairs, writing desk, radio, pictures. adding attractiveness drapes hung venetian blinds covering windows. bar grill rear shaped like horseshoe front. lighted most modern equipment. spacious kitchen cupboard meals large numbers prepared. grille refreshments couples. contains dance latest chrome tables around motiff lodge occupies part second story. hall. rooms include trustees decorated. recreation basement ping pong pool available leisure hours. outside building. parking lot installed weather conditions favorable. poss, paul nalloy, aerie, glvo talks. possible, nalley asido garfield heights thursday sandusky willard dancing music furnished orchestra. masons tues preparation work, otfleens ot team, jo4g 2 in,
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1939-01-06|
|Date of Original||1939-01-06|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1939-01-06 20 52|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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