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the amherst news-times volume xxi, number 13 friday, april 7, 1939 sandstone center of world "1 (0 last rites for frank foster congregational church was filled tuesday afternoon wlien friends and citizens gathered to pay final tribute n. p. foster, one amherst's early pioneers, who died suddenly saturday afternoon. mr. foster's death came as a result heart attack suffered at 4 p.' m. saturday. had hd lived, he would have celebrated his 90th birthday anniversary june 23rd. during long life service held many church, civic business offices also active in fraternal organizations. born amherst-twp spent all here with exception two years oberlin. time oberjin, attended high school there. longest record continuous period 31 member tho board 'education. served township trustee four years. deacon 55 organizers park bank has that institution president since 1915. wa? ston-ington lodge masons knights pythias. year ago ho received pin recognition membership k p's 50 is survived by wife, hat-tio, daughter, mrs. corda sapio, grandson, noah hagen, both cleveland, several neices nephews. rev. f. b. eastman, former pastor hero, officiated kenneth kuntz, assisting. -burial crownhlu cemetery. explains value finger printing rotarlans opportunity monday hear some methods used detecting identifying criminals, were especially told use printing. lieut. knapp lorain police force guest speaker. charge pointing department arid gave interesting facts about prints. it reported 200 trees been planted club this village. there still people desire them if they contact conrad zilch week, w, g. nord declared. announced meeting lorain-co ministerial association rotary set 17 postponed because dis trict minister's day. five guests from elyria clubs pre sent nt monday's session. surprised matt gergel group night gergel, dewey-rd, on anniversary. games contests the, diversions later supper served. those i present harry jackson knd bert jackson, la-porte; mt. john young-blood, lhrain; glenn bacock, oberlin; joejlutz, ; mr, alfrpd braun amherst. nbws-ties agencies extra copies can be purcheseeheach week regular price 2c per copy either these webster's pharmaw central book stor5 t seiss restaurant! south 1 while peoples throughou are worshipping secret greatest among christian people, residents anihdrst elsewhere united states will observe freely their own way various churches. special services scheduled local churches addition community good friday st. peter's 1:30 3:00 rey. herbert w. veler, first evangelical lutheran lorain, speak "the cross dearer sin bearer". union choir under direction ray hearn, sing. ministers cooperating cliurches take part service. public cordially invited attend. joseph's catholic fr. james smith, holy week. began wednesday night, continued morning, nvith another tonight, evening, conclude masses easter sunday. ferrerri, s. t. d., deliver sermons tonight night. topic "love's outpouring". procession repository after mass morning tomorrow prc4antlfled said. veneration follow. stations said 3 mk again 7:30 pneumonia fatal to-.mrs. deuschle an illness weeks proved amelia deuschle, 61. she 5 hospital. amherst-twp, lived her life. life-long member, reformed women's phil-athea bible class. son, al-vln home; sisters, christina bickel, carrio kreger, amherst; tour brothers. anthony henes, miami, fla., harvey pain-esville, l. j. henes william amherst, 18 nieces funeral wero (thursday) pe ter's schmidt officiating. violet's golden old dr. zinn sirs. r. powers there's sweet story violet its we begin remember draws near when children bring into house spring flowers fragile gems find outpourings mother nature's swelling treasure house. theme one, wearing down dusty highway changing dress become rank lady fashion. but always no matter where you meet or what guise, white beauty teaching stands forth truth cannot denied. surely heard tale soft ibustlo flower garden, like gentle breeze passing over blossoms, word gone king coming bestow upon most beautiful heart. how waited waited, anxiety mounting each hour. enemy toll wanted preserve king. m., followed sermon, conquest". blessing paschal candle baptism font place 7 a. starting nbout 8:15 foods mass. confesisons 'from (i 9 sunday 8 10 father smith's sermon be, "he risen not behold laid him", (mark. xvi, 6). "once throughout words sound fact savior, rose grave giving proof, such proof necessary, only man god well. evanqelical c. e. schmidt, minister communion 10:00 dawn light 6:30 members confirmation class commune gift congregation classes dedicated t'lis divine worship 10:30 adult welcomed music tile offerings srvices. major crop production heip follow state estimates very generally increases decreases year. v. wertz, ohio uni versity rural economist, recent ly predicted sharp reduction acreage crops farmers. low prices agricultural 1937-1938, ducement aaa's soil conservation program which encourages farmers reduce depleting increase building crops, responsible reduction. wertz estimated less corn, oats, 57 barley, 45 soy beans, 2 more hay. however, stated farmers' income equal year's cur- didn't come robin, dragging broken wing. floundered along garden path beg refreshing drink ofjweather conditions dew sparkled great deal do acreages green leaves upturned faces flowers; ragged little boy old, thru gate humbly asked leave pick few souls loved ones, dwelling darkness garret home, might released brief happiness. stood rigid aloof, lest ibe touched marred intruders. alone ungrudgingly her. lowly self. then day flourish trumpets, new quickened flowers, raised tired drooping heads see far handsomer than ever imagined him be. "wo so long," chided petulantly. "why our prime? telling, now, really were." smiled, page congregatic cook, minis, -j; p unified service, topic: "jesus triumphs." aftor intrigue, jesus' enemies won! twhat more, mad5 ""jibig show victory m world-wide audience, -esus dead. btopped. could never upset plans again. least, thought until news morning. young people's even ing club, burrls, chiifvh. iojiht. (thursday). sun, er 6 ris - so. rev! burrls charge. evening continue kuntz delivering sermons. .tonight "cross-e? before cross". tonight. rent upward trend farm 1938 despite de cline. commenting figures i. hummel, county extension agent, bald reductions corn oats probably apply vicinity, continued, un likely any quantity barley grown apply. re ported occurring mostly i'n sections hogs produced, explained. beans marked years, hummel said, pointed out bean increased times 1935. run between 20 25 vicinity contrast figure 45. hay estimates. fair estimate, but, warned, percentage changes aro may quite, bit off actually takes 0f planted. instance unfavorable weather delays oat seeding quite often larger goes corn. favorable weather, contemplated sown oats. poor planting time, reasonable expect greater soybeans jjg put in. apparent made bo grossly error intentions due conditions. whole business, unless considerable extent does look probable now dairy, fruit vegetable greatly income. eleven million persons 60 states. brownhelm pervlce dust road". sunrise servico c:30 sponsored choir. following breakfast hi breakfast, being "t h o promiso eternal". 5:30 paul's boste, thursday, 6th, english celebration communion. crucifixion. 7th: german com-in. day: true joy. let us keep festival joy based faith saviour dead day, resurrection assurance redemption, peace god, needed happy here, hope blessed eternity living saviour. fills our. hearts power manifest itself purified tuesday, 11th: concordia meets parlors. wednesday, 12th: men's presents pageant easter' pagaent, "makers cross", presented foursquare sun town hall 7:30. musical numbers play. scene joseph arimathea, membor council jerusalem. tomb body jesus placed. intense devotion accepted promised messiah. judith, hatred iu heart, did believe christ move her, indifferent unconcerned. testimony carpentr's cripple christ-touched, accepted. messiah crucified buried realize wrong. distress carpenter crosses admit guilt, fear rule christ's' need, confess cross. characters are: ari- mathea, oscar klingenmier; nettie blythe; carpenter, otto bach; carpenter's margarette gawno; three women tomb, mary, marlowe;; alary magdalene, gawne; salome, garber; nicodemus, marlowe; angel, irene howard. pubic invited. appointments children's home -.appointment superin tendent matron trustees according nabakowski, chairman. seventeen applications positions wore received. today nabakowski columbus confering stato welfare officials civil examinations jobs. north america square miles america. garbage collection contract awarded collect village next given h. lynn, jr., bids position linn's bid lowest submitted, $765 other giggolettii, $65 month $780 year, gust bishop, $90 $1080 $1 100 second. latter collecting past half solons advertising for. position. merchants impartial stamp savers retailers refrain entering agree- ments organizations seeking benefit col lection sales tax stamps cash redemption act becomes effective 1. "stores wil make commitments particular organization regard saving discarded taken customers. stores shall instruct clerks advance maintain strict policy impartiality matter. "customers urged accept receipts completion purchases presentation favorite charity stamp-collecting group. "in order degree permit iboxes stores," read resolution adopted herman short, chairman parade committee 125th committee, tentative prize list floats. commercial divisions prizes $50, $25 $15 awarded, industrial division, $25, $10 decided upon. report participate .government's a.a.a. program, up 1st, showed farms receiv full partial payment. willing within allotment must application program. deadline signing request 15th. committeeman visit farmer explaining plan. 1st included 125, brown-helm townbhip, 75 107 henrietta township. townships visited work completed combination considered evon though different tracts combination. 179 participating county, 1000 yet contacted. showing, considering large small northeastern participating. close closed (good friday) store proprietors attend services. o'clock j hold church. ask patrons shop 1:00 friday. specifications call collections once winter twice june, july, august september. mayor cooper collected speci- fications having collected. placed metal containers gallon capacity capacity. tight covers . water, rain fleas. annual clean-up start 18. date residenta rubbish curb on. necessitate front weekend. werner zilcn finished slagging roads crownhill cemetery couple loads slag cleveland-st west martln-st streets. ordered purchase tons instructed street sidewalk investigate condition complaints aidewalkson avestftt-and forest-st. villuge clerk charles miller write brown-helm-twps remind contracts protection expired. bills passed tues-duy $250 rendered plant controversy atty. milton, friedman. legion, settle dispute misunderstanding legion board, well road toward ironed concerned legion's hard ball diamond harris field. lcjglon organize team requested prepare understood exclusive diamond, making impossible diamonds felt teams iball disadvantage players. arose board's attitude antagonistic ball. commander, explained demand "an hamond, suitable objection using same undoubtedly straightened hoard meeting. inspect dean burns, district deputy grand master, & a.m. stonington degree. announcement burn's mado worthy master powors urges nil bo, present.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1939-04-07|
|Date of Original||1939-04-07|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1939-04-07 21 13|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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