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-try s-tlm 1 he volume xxi, number 19 friday, may 19, 1939 sandstone center of the world new es fc old h0mefl week gs5 amherst sept.24-25-26-2t.l9i9 national honor society chapel at school friday commencement activities will get underway the- local high this with annual morning and junior senior reception saturday night. miss marion steele, principal, be in charge which time members chosen from year's class ibe inducted. host to seniors faculty social event ,tho spot year for upper clansmen, precede an arduous seniors. next they wind up their btudies final -examinations. through work end week, a earlier than other students. class, largest history school, includes stella gambish, nadlne aldrich, helen attie, laurabelle bahl, neva barris,' john bier-man, betty marie braun, florence brennen, jessie donola brill, christine xdavis, hazel diedrick, james dellefleld, harry dl'etz, leila donnelly, josephine dybinskl, ehlert, virginia ellerington, robert ernst, ruth fleckner, ethel frederick, clarence gerber, george gordon, richard griffin, grugel, carl henes, jr., hoffman, ralph holz-hauer, lewis horvath, johnson, dorothy kerplcs, eda klrschner, elsie kovach, lucille krieg, marjorie edna lehman, junn alma masters, miller, eleanor newman, harold neisen, irene o'dor, maurice eaton, william raab, rosemary radde, raesler, claude rahl, saegert, hilda scharein, agnes schmidt, doris schwitzke, glenu slumska, jean smith, esther sprenger, evelyn stark, telzerow, ida truscello, leroy tyler, donald weiland, henry edwards edytho buell. program honored mothers very impressive program, headed by speech mayor c. e. cooper, sunday afternoon paid tribute as special feature mother's day here. sponsored aerie eagles, was held town hall auditorium well filled. it first public its kind here but eagles hope make affair. cooper founders idea also listed accomplishments lodge, including mothers' pensions, workman compensation age pension advocated. opened iby address welcome howard nalley, president don fullmer gave opening prayer. musical numbers cluded vocal solos: "myv,mother" "mother macree" cox. readings were given deldrlch, "turn backward, o your flight" "somebody's moth er. closed brief remarks france, elyrla eagles. following drill team put on fancy street front hall. home then inspection. afternoon, initiation ceremonies class. ten taken into lodge being officers team. candidates initiated -women's auxiliary, immediately mens -work. top row: left right, jeanne fazey, heussner. mori. joseph ashyk; second kreuck mayabelle moser; third row, novak, charles crandall, gambis, elmer bogardy, louise simaskevich; fourth vernon strickler, schacht, anna kazuka, paul yarmock, garland; bottom peter gall, var-go stargel. 12 brownhelm graduating twelve wound scholastic careers wednesday night when exercises school. rev. h. tuck, fir&t church christ wooster speaker. his topic "a penknife or ax". webqr invocation two piano solos catluyn fowell. love presented trumpet solo. elizabeth more salutatory mabel rein-hard, valedictory. warren leimbuoh rendered duet. mr. thourot diplomas reinhard angirsbach, baetz, kenneth neota cook, cathryn fowell, leimbach, love, more, reinhard, sanders mary wagner. however are not yet over guests tho alumni banquet monday leave trip washington, d. president; vice secretary, treasurer. deadline buy tickets is june 15 15th date sale poultry congress bo cleveland. these sold $1.00 entitle holder many admissions wishes attend. those having required pay 50 cents door each wish enter. if build ing later re-enter another admission need paid. ticket holders, however, permitted enter, renter often without any additional charge. used family attending different days. deeds, herbert wenzel, frank flenuning, egeland morris hatchery. places interest amherst; railroad switch tower sirs. f. k. powers i have always been fascinated york central tower. above surrounding country rears monastic head, you would reach must ascend steep flight steps all like miniature mountain climb medieval retreat. then, too, narrow highways flashing past that has do with, stretch far horizons smack unspeakable allure. what goes such place couldn't ever anything interesting, so thought mind, sought out 'mr. al heller one evening last some minutes after eleven p. m. pointed me 40 levers, control signals switches; enun-ciator sounds buzzer train approaching within four miles, slrows red light indicating track on; chart wall tells progress thru circuit; telegraph set despatcher's phone, explained something each, i'll confess bewildered! never, said myself, could my head enough paper way folks un derstand. think smart. stayed around long fore left, scheduled course happenings had opportunity see putting mechanical pals paces, ei don't believe learn things needs know trusted alone, least glimmer whys wherefores certain remem brance hours pleas antly spent. hadn't no. 9 came along. took lantern lighted hand went down tracks might seo whether passing perfect fritz corporal rotc announcement f appointments promotions engineer regiments of. ohio state universityhhis contained name tyitz. corporal, col. otto brunzell, commandant, announced. running order? sign hot journal defect noted, word sent ahead dispatcher toledo who notified weak repaired before serious trouble develops it. perhaps onco month thing occurs, says. soon hindmost part drosses continued page signal lino report "so so" just thru, she passed good order. got flying colors. seem despatcher holds position importance responsibility, duty exactly where every division times, keep slow moving ones 4 scouts tests tuesday court review preparation staged boy scout troop st. eight boys seven others became scouts. isctcond fests gordon ward, croyle, clyde nugent, lee leuz-ler, ehrman, sabiers, phillip holliday donnelly. clnss included albin wag- ner, jim schulz, schiefer- steln, hamann, gaylord kruso, elmci' relchert hogrefe. addition, wagner, kruse, hogrefe scoutmaster sam wragg merit badge tests. committee, includlngrev. fr. ii. fred hogrefe, tom bruce kendiegh, assistant executive dick newcomb commissioner vic moclcenbrock lorain comprised examining committee. requested meeting tues fvns tlie summer outlined. recent committee considered buying tents. take judging contest compete vocational agricultural university 2 3, deeds announced today. teacher schools. 340 schools t h e se courses. according contests highest competitive state. point event, explained. entered because 2, unable trip. eliminate best classes. dairy cow judging, angers-bach, wm. brill compete. sheep while angersbach participate along wayne leimbach general livestock contests. milk send raymond bechtel action. week. there three possibly making trip, graduate s. thurs. prof. paultz, department baldwin-wallace college, speaker south thursday 8 nineteen receive time. baccalaureate services methodist 7:30 sunday. churches village combine service. a. burris deliver sermon music furnished union choir. joe ashyk, , jeanno pete gall garland, heussner, kreuck, mori, moser, simaskevich, stargel, vargo yarmock. motto quitter never wins winner quits". colors purple gold violet flower. expecting post office postmaster e, stiwald daily negotiations built reported united states district attorneys friday. conferred only briefly conrad zilch, upon whose property building erected. purpose check title property. men hurried away information sr-cuied, said. vandals damaged cemetery crownhill caused considerable damage. rolled rubbish containers bank gallon drum, latter going fence. trustees promise severe penalty did caught ant section laid again asked council lay east side order start selling lots there. roadways walls done government agencies several years, ready no sales can made unti out. treasury almost empty despite fact received $1500 tax coffers practically empty, clerk miller revealed paying semi-monthly salaries monday, about bone-dry. biggest drain $1200 water works co., half owed fire hydrant rental. look promising financial standpoint village, stated. already $2,500 advance $4,000 due february collection. money village's sharo liquor license fees, amounting $2355 year, spent already. income available amount settlement, taxes $3500 moro taxes. september spread probably coming until early year. miller's viewpoint, believes remainder settlement tide june. mecessary july august borrow juno broke october. "it bad year" although expenses higher years ago, dropped off, factors combining present plight. receiving $g700 officials $8500 $5000. source revenue off fines mayor's court. big item ago recently dwindled? fund difficulties. funds shape, fish fry booster th'e 125th anniversary com mittee distributed mem bera chairmen various sub mittees. eagle 26th. persons ed celebration invited expects tentative lined nounced. dr. "w. g. schaeffer chairman arrangements bob berk, walter mischka, j. ehrman wal ter schulz. foe installation aerio ladies auxiliary hold joint night, 1. regular gerald nau, elyrla, act installing officer. business routine. circle meet ann's joseph's -will tonight (thursday) -with mrs. kovach. tiustecs, request estimated cost engineorinr fees $150. prospective purchaser cover cost. told contact laundon find how much cost.. brought meeting. caved in, land slid onto owned hoffman. great expense filling rebuild wall, agreed give hoffman lot grave exchange foot strip crownhill-av. agreement carried chy solicitoi authorized draw necessary papers. councilman kane re ported dispute between joe, shinsky, residents jackson-st. houses, excavation basement. bee.n years. shinsky declares hole jtagnont water, refuse health nuisance. claims stagnant responsible illnesses suffered children. says handicap kane, wanted fill excavation. solicitor opinion wasn't matter rather ilorain-co uealth department. werner behalf board education, lhe help support playground athletic field summer. informed appropriation zilch same .miller board. confirmed john's sun. confirmation service evangelical starting schmidt young people membership church. thompson, madge katherine "balzer, brucker, foster, dewey anderson, gauman, holzhauer, ger-be.r, edwin nickel ervin wragg. durling elected rotary w. durllng club result election directors session monday. president, nord, retiring r. l. menz, treasurer, miller. durling, nabakowski, arthur aeb-ersold. ted wiseman
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1939-05-19|
|Date of Original||1939-05-19|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1939-05-19 21 19|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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