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y the amherst news-times volume xxi, number 17 friday, may 5, 1939 sandstone center of world week i players in grade school operetta local youth received best wishes president jack sausaman, sdn mr. and mrs. bernard sausiman, cleve-land-av, recently roosevelt. president's attention was called to a poem written by sausaman about nya he wrote back appreciating youth's thoughtfulness. tho for contest youths this vicinity jack's aunt sent"- copy she reply from m. a. le-hand, private secretary president. letter follows: white house, washington march 24, my dear miss anderson: your twenty-first, addressed roosevelt, has been forwarded off'ce. composed jcl. b. which you were so kind as enclose brought attention. he"-does indeed ap preciate thoughtfulness alex cameron died saturday asked if will not be good onough convey his young man. very sincerely yours, lehand, is n.y.a. an institution great something won't appreciate until have learned more project that's helping we folk out. national administration gave me first chance earn recommendation, when times comes advance. seek higher plane, can elatedly say; that owe present place old n.y.a., because it helps us learn procedure working world, at same time, earn. further knowledge sought, needs life think it's up say profit much committee plans booster fish fry above are two views taken g.-ade given last friday night school. top picture shows group o r brownies, while lower playing roles farmers. 1 presented with flowers just before performance wednesday speech class's play, "charm school" cast margaret rice bouquet flowers. after play graciously consented pose picture. plowing time again sch&6ner new harbor miniature schooner built late capt. stough anchored . its week. public schools harry stough, boat placed show case front hallway. enclosed enlarged now similar athletic trophy other side. plan field trips annual sociology class high made next ibe split into dlvi sions trip cleve land market house district. one go monday wednesday. af'er illness than year, death claimed cameron, 69, prominent active citizen village 47 years. home on n. main-st 11.40 p. saturday. ho born pickering-twp canada but came here years ago. "was employed some engineer quarry past 22 worked thew shovel co xiorain. active' th "clvtc'a3if fraternal organizations, member aerie eagles, k p's. masons nast tia tron stoie city chapter eastern stars. retired civic expiration term council survived wife, jo sephine; daughter, ed ward sahl grandson, don ald sahl, fremont; four sisters, rhea toronto can., jackson robert currie, wingham william twomley, luckinow, ont., canada. funeral services held tuesday afternoon rev. f e. eastman, wakeman, officiat ing. burial ridgehill memorial cemetery. registering few complaints john bach, bert edwards' farm, just' many farmers who took advantage warm weather get their spring done. elect officers doris koepp hostess concordia club st. paul's church her evening. election feature business session. llv mis. v- k. powers past, now, been, seriously considering feasibility having someone construct collapsible, sound-proof booth carry along, price admission, any entertainment might attending. would wired sound, only sound stage screen, since purpose possessing such contrivance desire sit thru duration unmolested loud guffaws, untimely laughter, talking, continual comment carried conversational tone voice, all thoughtless malicious distractions, too num erous mention, bound exist wherever uiversmea men, women children gathered object. read marsh april 23rd issue sunday plain dealer, you'll realize unpleasantness our respectable houses fast becoming problem no small proportions, existing evil wiped out miscreants consent absorb bit etiquette. feeling do subject, can't help admire boy pitched upper classman making- disturbance during school." mistake aggressor starting hostilities believe band concert giv en senior junior pupils ago .tuesday ev enlng smallest tendance we've had date continued page 4 give thanks without it, today, downtrodden, weary, sick forlorn, nothing utterly scorned. him finite place, endows upon regard less race, spirit helpfulness, may, behind movement publicity over country favorablo advertising united states result drama convention administrators cleveland winter. superintendent fred r. reported men's association magazines newspapers reason presentation. official record word-by-word report news press pictures several columns, stories american board journal, management, weekly, besides record. story picked california newspaper, letters received. title was, "the revue" depart ments pre sented. chosen northern ohio looked section de ciding. it. directed roy w. hatch commencement speaker graduating class;this year. dinner meeting organizations individuals interested promotion amherst's 125th anniversary celebration september invited, eagle's hall 26th. known cele-ibration meeting, begin 6 o'clock. general n charge tentative big fall celebration. under consideration staging tremendous pageant, 00 characters, dramatizing history earliest time. pageant staged fenced occasion. characters full costume. whether become part bo definitely meeting. arrangements dr. g. schaof-fer, bob berk, walter mischka, c. j. ehrman schulz. injuries au tomobile accident left partially paralyzed. however, graduated state re-employ ment service office lorain. pta installed crowning impressive rite ever virgin mary queen joseph's night. formed living rosary gifts blessed virgin. boys candles girls roses each iole roth betty scott angels. june ruth crown whilo david jenkins diane henry bearers. e schwartz acevez maids. alcolytes richard donald gormley, alfred neison, james brennen, joseph lach, martin rickott, leonard shin-sky, floyd lodge, tom georgo paul attie. following ceremony, tha sermon preached fr. h. mccormlck, cleveland. emphasized humbleness mary. holcomh john's church, lorain, officiated benediction sacrament father mccormlck end smith assisting. biggest graduate 3 grad uate 2 61 seniors across auditorium receive diplomas. teachers college, jersey, address even inc. director "village revue", gavo wide spread recognition bacculaureate peter's stfnday 28. either or alumni meet monday. members stella gambish, nadine aldrlch, helen attie, laurabello bahl, neva barrls, bierman, braun, florence jessie donola brill, christina davis, hazel deidrich, del-lofield, dietz, leila donnelly, josephine dyblnski, ehlert, virginia ellerington, ernst, fleckner, ethel frederick, clarence gerb-er, gordon, grif fin, grugel, carl henes, activity installation features 'he night, final install mrs miller, president; penton, vice-president; nor man secretary, wade bruns, treasurer. arthur engle retiring supt, f. propose change jail entrance proposal trance effort beautify town legion hind they sug gested closing making south although declaring action township trustees, council-men receptive idea. suggested remain steps changed come north rather east. done, shrubbery could planted front, hiding stairway. "by sam sanders declared damages amounting $225 slippery sidewalk. rresent claims. fell jan 21 alleyway l & garage sustained ing officer. departments , ld vluaq display j negilgent ln care activities well domonstra- sidewalk- tions. band, ,.., anmsiire. ot 20n loss $25 doctor bill. another wonderful lm provement heard program. the. girls' gym classes, both high, pre-, sent dances. there style domestic science probably short class. program wholly complete yet, oaehr, chairman, stated. health advisory people invited dew, county commissioner, attend district coun cil beginning 6:30 basement oberlin, follow 7:30 jr., hoffman, ralph holz-i m- " panning hauer, lewis horvath, dinner' reservations should johnson, dorothy kerpics, eda morning. those kirschner, elsie kovach, lucille ! unabl dlnner kriog, marjorie krieg, edna lehman, linn, alma masters, eleanor newman, harold irene o'dor, maurice, paton, raab, rosemary radde, raes-ler, claude rahl, sae-gert, hilda schareln, agnes schmidt, schwltzko, glenn slumska, jean smith, esther sprenger, evelyn stark, marie telzerow, ida truscello, leroy tyler, wolland, edwards edythe buell. men host ladies entertain wives association. heen postponed 12th juno 5 th. meeting- brownhelm oongrega tlonal church. water works company, hydrant rental periods paid village. amounts approximately ?2400. clerk charles miller said money available pay long conference concerning streets sidewalks specific spots need improvement pointed mayor cooper paving middle-st start 11th. also gun belonging patrolman earl using 1931 repairs. purchased white. solons authorized repairs returning gordon. phillip representing hie fire department, councilmen sponsored department repair truck rings put in. then adjourned later went executive raid session he, mcqueen wragg marlon consult engineers afternoon.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1939-05-05|
|Date of Original||1939-05-05|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1939-05-05 21 17|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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