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0 amherst news-times amherst's 125th anniversary 19 sandstone center of the world r ckioihv'6i volume xxi, number 2 friday, january 20, 1939 people featured in this week's news pictures mrs. james rogal and earl white were charge kitchen at k. p. installation monday night. you can just bet they popular with those attendance. too, enjoyed their work as see from broad smile3 each is wearing. when minstrel show that will soon be staged by hickory tree grange opens you'll find richard ralph u.l. : .l..' i- ...:l r..ll f:j .i 1.. i idiuck singing uieir pans wnii regular practicing. even last rnday night, roads slippery, it was storming outside, attended rehearsal. piano h. kolbe. he isn't quite sure he'll play minstrel. there no one else to for rehearsal so good-naturedly did best could. movie goers found new seats mary jane theatre friday who thursday night still used old ones. immediately after 1 m. workmen started removing old, installing new. worked all finished about noon friday. picture above four men right along without stopping cameraman. iuii uuiuiuciicu. us uie result dr. powers died weok lost a familiar loading figure demise harry v. powers, 71, his homo on s. main-st morning. death followed lingering illness & stroke suffered three months ago. ho had been confined bed since time. widely known both here south where practice. born lordstown, ohio, but took up profession 1895. came 1918 became leading citizens. active democratic circles, served consecutive terms village council before retiring years member congregational church, loraln-co medical association, knights ladies security. wife, susie observed golden wedding five ago nov. 30, 1933. children, whom, ikllled while polar bear expiditionary forces russia january, 1919. other children are fred superintendent public schools; alice ruth, elyria, arthur amherst. al survived sister, miss jes sie home. final rites held avednes' day afternoon congrega- tional church rev. kenneth kuntz. dastor. officiating. buri ridgehlll memorial cemetery. eliminated district contest rosemary raddo, high school senior, sunday competed prince peace cleveland several contestants section ohio. however, oration which carried iher through local lorain-co top honors, not good enough win contest. won youth painesvllle. radde third am-' herst girl past ' her way class first laid organized another red cross course aid mr. strauss lorain instructor. classes 7 town hall. instructions free any interested asked contact patrolman next continue 12 weeks. "not society's outcast, charge" f. r. following article written supt. accompanied carl curtis, county probation officer lancaster mosud joseph entered there. given choice being placed custody father lives' laramie, wyoming, or going lancaster. "for every child conflict society tho bo dealt -intelligently charge, outcast; home, school, court institution needed, shaped return him whenever possible normal stream life." quotation children's charter, out house conference health protection. nine hundred six boys "dealt intelligently" down boys' industrial near lancaster, ten them county. sinco wo seldom represented there, might well pause station announcements. almost directly robin disillusioned jjy heavy snoivfall most accepted liar bingors spring robinl robins start arriving these parts their, trip sunny south, weather prophets tell far behind. true, seems have very early spring. has already reported here, having seen wednesday george frederick, cemetery sexton, while- working crownhlll indications, got dates mixed cause shortly arrival, man winter literally buried amherst, under inches snow. -while may sadly disillusioned, young ot plenty happy. iwltfi snow coming end week, gave opportunity try sleds skies santa claus distributed around town. police give tickets motorists better brush traffic regulations themselves possessor nice ticket hailing into court. week said officers received supply 600 now prepared fully enforce regulations. 'especially warned vatch parking across leys, too close fire plugs, wrong side street, lights, parkins improperly lanes stop signs. further added car miles opened catch speeding motorists. driver violating laws forced stand trial mayor. revival services tuesday series begun methodist a. burris, pastor, charge. next, exception saturdays, concluding sunday, 2!. cook neighbor elyria assist services. daniel buser, preach begin 7:30 special music during two weeks furnished an italian accordlan player vocal quartet trio lorain. lies east columbus. reaches easily taking route 5s ashland, 13 newark, routes 1g 37 newark mound builders state park main highway newark. some mounds eauily visible drives by. locat-ed rii;ht city reached driving un hills. oc cupies highest point uhall confess "industrial school," my recent visit sort shop, possibly brick windows, certainly plain design. made many buildings located amid beautiful surroundings. .presents visitor appearance small college. gets glimpse group attend evident difference spirit training provided type's fcbools. college definitely trying continued page 4 perfect coasting, packing shape. good, thore also snowballs flying air. this, weatherman turned nicest lot sun kept things comfortable didn't molt much. although kids weather, grumbling heard older faced task cleaning off heavily laden walks. motorists, failed greet shouts joy. only packed slippery consequently hazardous deep once parked curb, rather than rule could back its own power. volunteers nearby hand plight. extra put streets officials mid-afternoon saturday, toad carted away, leaving fairly condition. sand gravel then spots intersections. precautions taken, serious accidents drivers little thrill felt cars starting skid attempted turn. joint colorful evening gowns degree staff temple pythian sisters, dimmed hall ,and candle light service formed scene newly elected ceremony pythias nettle schaeffer, 81, charter -the temple, presided opening ceremonies, saw granddaughter, june carter installed excellent chief daughter, mother chief, bernice carter, grand manager ohio officer. induction she presented gavel, gift parents, carter. assisted jessie mclean senior cynthia monger manager. chief; wilmah egeland, sophia rubel, spnlor; mildred hutton, junior; laura young, manager; lucy roemor, mistress records correspondence; ethel pietch, finance; hattlo stevens, protector auldeno guard. jewels, dorothy kolbe, flora, wreath green nead egeland chief's pin responded briefly. lodge, s inducted edward young,' chancellor commander; n. vice chancellor; georgo benedict, prelate; ernst, master work; d. fleckner, keeper seals; william heller, ehrman, exchequer; r'oy arms; inner guard henry sharp, outer rotarians hosts wives rotarlans nite entertained weekly meeting. e. basement. lorain, oberlin guests. w. wagar, oberlin, superintendent, principal speaker evening. rotary governor harold covault epoko. ater co. meet water works co, time report engineer given, setting forth value plant property. friday's session adjournment tuesday's previously until submit letter company informed solons would thursday. ii ! 11 00 fl yiyf vjucujcu. jalc d t isroaclcast members drama scheduled broadcast safety script saturday 28 instead. postponement granted learned margaret rice, director group, 111 cast unable rehearse. program, sponsored chapter american automobile over wcle 12:30 esther sprenger played class. includes: ruth martin, miller; campbell, hilda schar-eln; husband, donald .wetland; bob griffin; forbes, alma masters; son, john, joe whlton; doctor, edwards; sergeant, lewis horvath. eagles plan dances gala celobra tlon behind hold friends. visitors numbered thousands, unan imous declaring finest state. iwith quarters, aerie planning sev eral entertaining programs past. nights meeting, committee, consisting j. becker, chairman, hale bechtel jack bruce, ap pointed outline program months. action taken invite eagle aeries cuyahoga party" future. formerly associated nine. big crowd lor ain festivities. welling' ton similarly honored tonight (thursday) set aside ravenna. federation " eratlon chairmen fed-held st. peter's evangelical reformed hero tuesday. seminars w-ere conducted department. schneider, chairman federation, prcsiueu business ses- ejon thrro wero 51 present represt ativp3 ccming valley musical air sat. oliver schubert, middle ridge, wll wayne melnke lee smith clarinet num ber morning 10: 15 program. pupils gerald frank. caring sister sick canton a, burris left wednes expects stay least days. bister la tery care her. councilman alvln brown resmtion instructing sollcltor t0 draw th0 necessary papers con- demnation suit against solicitor wm. miller necessary, pointing do meeting desired such ready case should needed. kane discussion declared negotiate if can't negotiate, something else. mcqueen backed shoulld absolutely ex tension clerk appointed open ed, mayor c. cooper read proclamation, appointing oressa brown, wife vill age charles miller. ordinance, officially hiring wiite ed mays ab policemen 1939, pass council. officers' salary $195 $150 per month rest year. complaint walter lawrence wpa workers lumber hia property -read. stated crosse-st paving project planks belonged expressly told to. $55 material. councilmen justified get lawrence, tom laun-don iwpa foreman together straighten affair annual appropriation ordinance passed amounts appropriated various funds include: general, $3,300; firemen's pension, $155; electric light, $12,000; auto license street maintenance repair, $600; sewer treatment, $165; gasoline tax maintenance, $1,000; general bond retirement, $2,200. ask money resolution directing request treasurer advance anticipation collection taxes. whose term expired, reappointed board trustees cooper. confirmed appointment years. car, purchased raised subscription, session. authorized buy siren, kit firo tinguisher car. problem housing rejected idea building garage seek placo store it, probably garages deadline dog licenses purchase penalty, sale lagging year, cooper, deputy, registrar reported. condition prevalent throughout year 450 tags wore issued less 300 sold frl penalty $1 imposed licenses. prices $3 tor females h males spayed females.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1939-01-20|
|Date of Original||1939-01-20|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1939-01-20 21 2|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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