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e the amherst news-times amherst's 125th anniversary 1m vmm. 9 1 volume xxi, number 5 birthday carnival tonight to accompaniment ot bouncing basketballs, tonlto will do her part in campaign being sponsored against infantile paralysis by president roosevelt. lining up one o best basketball programs ever presented here, committee ds expecting a big crowd be on hand make affair success. proceeds of used entirely combat dread disease, half going national foundation and other hospital. it is no idle boast when says they have lined here. top attraction cleveland leading favorites this vicinity; grudge game between two districts better class teams real dog fight local for championship village. , what more can cage fans aslc? dick deutsch printers, who long been colored five cleveland, year are dominating everything sixth city circles. bo ehow their prowess here but forced utmost crew that gerry tgormley has up. kelker leads printers hoop-sters frank "doc" kelker. famllar name sport as three years, dominated pages papers was attending western reserve university. his graduation last june left hole several red cat athletic teams. ably supported stars appeared floor before. first starting out slaughter bros., quintet played under various banners, log cabins. although composed mainly lorain players, squad gormley gathered needs introduction fans. jack barlaric, bozo tjrsic, johnny du-car, bruno sknolnickl joey carek scores times both with bill guild eddie lach team .gormley round squad. it's surely great aggregation. eagles vs. pontlacs scarcely less spectacular vermilion martin pontiacs eagles, fray would feature any carnival. natural enemies always reach peak each other. getting fast early start, compiled record so far season clamoring hoping get revenge defeats suffered past years. needed second invitation meet pontiacs, fact wer.e extremely anxious tangle lake port cag-ers. another thrill-packed battles virtual certainty. at stake calibre may not" quite games, open ing program pack just many thrills hard playing gamcs- program. wings ex-hys win nor justified claiming b giving one. v there lineup, look back through the. years see if you find echeduled commute done its part. it'a now your yourself evening. place la high eohool gym opening set 7 p.m. girl scouts tomorrow (friday) entertained val-tine party. plans party were made week girls pictured above, smiling faces something amusing planned. group seated table are: phyllis miller, ruth leuzler, peggy ward, mary joseph ruby schaeffer. standing miller leuzler miss margaret pandy,. assistant leader, looking over heads carol menz while right rear .lois hamel beatrice borowitz. observe k p jubilee celebration william wern'er's 60 lodge p's especially noted monday evening, february 20 chapter takes nation wide diamond founding order. werner 50 pin, which tantamount life membership. details not yet worked althoush radio available hear broadcast commemorating anniversary. knights families also pythian sisters families. arranged .b(y fred ooverdale, roy stevens, al kreeger bert monger. considerable discussion occasion held regular meeting following businessmen's might. students sing friday chapel singing aplenty during morning school. marlon steele, charge assembly planning song-fest entire lending voices. few special numbers, steele stated. thelma mays junior period. about guatemalan holiday sights seen mrs. f. r. powers (continued from week) among strange streets puerto barrios depressing mountain settlements, common germaine could reconcile herself. vultures moving people much tame pigeons our' public parks, making bold peck hem dress. 'but because useful capacity scavengers. whether you'd rather thru medium own efforts rid surroundings garbage refuse that's bound accumulate wherever human habitation, or live beside who'll you, depends upon accustomed to. leaving zacapa, tho train guate mala passes lowlands, scenery comes unbelievably beautiful, feel bit frantic futile drink all in. travels trestles time close sheer walls bides, anon glimpsed mo- friday, 10, 1939 valentine estimate generating current given village new cost electrical use skinner engine v. monkosky, district representative company. figure shows .018439 per kilowatt hour year, lower figures bonds interest paid until fifteenth lowered .0169205 based 2,000,000 kilowatts however. amount bought village, purposes including street lighting, sewage disposal plant, town hall, residence lighting purposes, 1938 amounted only 1,199,600 kilo-".vatts, according information board affairs. information, company's ftn consumption than 800,000 kilowatts" year. largest sold 1937 1,284,400 kilowatts. basis 715,600 higher texas atty. j. smythe w. bodmann sr. where plan spend weeks. wm, tuesday morning. millers some mexico. togua itiver crocodiles basking sun us banks. point sierras pass andes reached majesty these ranges, wearing everchanging diadems clouds shadows, revelation such glory seem earthly all. capital, guatemala city, situated plateau population 170,000, mostly spanish, ger mans fow jews. indians, outlying districts, aro approximately 88 different tribes, dlsting' uishablo tribal adherence style colors costume ha wears. men tne tribe flaunts gay white striped trousers jestingly call ed "uncle saras" span lards. . caste system seems definitely marked, gather words young spanish gentleman said he longer attend certain theater family had discovered maids employ often went there. beautiful houses intricate grill work, bo-continued page 4 purchased. apparently report addition industrial load present well an increase pros ent residential purposes. taking n. ii. christman. engineer employed citizens' committee, averaging found them 14 months, bas actual kind, average ops mew rate .0163 hour, low er company whose kll owatts. putting offers same basis, $.0169205 offer $.01333 hour. water light questions discussed, hall night 8 o'clock, mayor c. e. cooper expected act chairman meeting, engineers attor neys speakers. 500 farmers' day wed. farmers elevator hero wednesday annual interesting exhibits throughout building, motion pictures, entertainment refreshments. event attracts exception. henry kane, mgr., elevator, estimated attended. events- air news events weekly station wgar, cleveland. ralph warden, editor 12:15 saturday. saturday warden told post office built sandstone. complimented winning award newspaper contest. sorosis george hostess club home south main-st (thursday). sandstone center world lack inders ondeuination vaudeville show next thursday music, dancing, skits dramatics. everyone, either man woman, youns old. promise those behind scenes school night. benefit nual departments grades represented. grade pupils give folk dances graders bring rhythm band furnish music minuet ann wise rich-ard sharp patriotic drill third fourth fifth patriots' play tap dance marilyn fcotton barbara itaesler, sec ond graders. buckeye buckaroos, wilhelm band, con tribute selections. represented shirley ward reading reinharnt. four members speech one-act bob edwards, betty ehlert, hazel doidrich, joe whlton physical education "on shores mediterranean" alma masters, evelyn izold, edith van keu-ren, rosemary radde, braun, marie telezerow, thomas, nadlne aldrlch, sharp, james schulz, edwin keuren, clarence gerber, becker, sam truscello, ehrman, claude rahl, mil-er, holzhauer, smith, virginia agnes schwartz frances muniga. numbers vocal solo dorothy brucker, harp ora mae schaeffer, clown dence sophomore "dance hours" yvonne mcqueen. grange minstrel tonite songs, jokes comic- antics plenty presenta tion hickory tree (thursday) mllan-av. ca3t practicing show-was middle ridge. county ten performances already scheduled. juniors sponsor skating hold 20, calendar. fun fest help fin ance junior-senior reception. agencies extra copies purchased price 2c copy agencies: webster's pharmacy sei8s restaurant fiouth amherat demnation proceedings works stymied inability counsel milton friedman secure description property freidman stated unable covered hundred added unless soon methods used, condemnation lines alone having survey way. recognition service cong'l church congregational church. rev. kenneth kuntz, newly appointed pastor church, guest honor. guests dr. nicholas der pyl, moderator dean graham, oberlin. pyl graham speaker. invocation eastman, wakeman, former prayer a. richards. prof. h. hamilton loomis. kuntz welcomed into fellowship ministers otto reuman. closing hall. hymns anthem children's choir fea tures. "the task church" subject graham's talk. ipreceding program, supper served 6:30 p. m. invited attend. wanted- ideas wanted: how 125 old should celebrate occasion. everyone's careful consideration. please write detail gust nabakowski, general sec-rotary, amherst. want ad really sincere. don't think ask nabakowskl. night's business men's association ho plea along idea expressed above. "this alono, town-wide intended we every it. we'll welcome suggestions everyone." there's nabakowski's statement, means busy mrs, housewife, mr. worker, school, too. everybody's affair, let's everybody thing. finances topic monday. raising enough money pay considered, anyone phase holz hauer, finance committee. mot k. bisters serving eupper. buel- plant suit council start way s lake. necessary court records. leases feet. secured doubtful, however, latter method said, ltj locate line, tell line located not. far, width varied eight inches. requested asked adjourned thursday. meoting declared try material time, rushed doing councilman kane knew rates plant. did know, saying engineering side question, legal side. then believed foolish go ahead know be. favor owning advantage buyng reduce rates. elyria has' offered buyb very indefinite pointed pay. established submitted fall, never john sablers report. co. sell distributing $125,000. $100,000, value $111,-000. list paved accepted petition res idents mlddle-st 24 foot concrete pavement. signed owners representing 10p3 feet frontage property. 800 structed draw ordinance. friedman, incidentally, ap absence solicitor wm. miller. dinance effect passed council. b. informed straightened claim walter lawrence. lawrenco claimed wpa workers taken lumber., yard crosse-st paving project. $55 lumber. foreman admitted lumber settled $40.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1939-02-10|
|Date of Original||1939-02-10|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1939-02-10 21 5|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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