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v news-times 1 he week amherst sept.24-25-26-2t.i9s9 volume xxi, parade. program honored dead a in tne park ana parade to the two cemeteries was amherst's salute her war heroes tuesday morning. however, one important part of yie previous years missing. there no drone an air plane motor overhead, circling attract attention crowds streets. absence meant that capt. stough also absent. stough, last survivor civil here, died this spring. special tribute paid during preceding mayor c. e. cooper whft presided told custom originated year by having high school seniors write oration on "what decoration day means our country". carried custom' offering $'5.00 prize. prize won richard griffin, who gave as features program. very inspiring talk given dr. i. kuntz fremont, commander fifth district american legion. touched briefly various topics his but main theme americanism. urged all problems arise be settled manner rather than european or asiatic manner. said we should make great sacrllces keep heritage freedom forefathers fought for. reason and democracy, said. itev. durris-offered prayer taps were sounded at conclusion service. -the then formed marched (rownhlll cemetery cleveland-sl cemetery. judging teams go columbus representing agricultural departments brownhelm schools will leave early friday morning participate contests columbus. are sponsored state vocational agriculture department conjunction with ohio university. take place both saturday group intends visit boys' farm lancaster, afternoon. lancaster is home carl deeds, agricul tural teacher, boya spend night there. local boys are: sheep judging, herb morris; dairy cows, robert morris joe bado; general live stock, rojbert bado johnny kapucinski. howard angersbach, john love wm. brill; sheep, livestock, paul wayne leimbajch angersbach; milk raymond beeh-tel ralph leimbach. graduates hold service catholic members 1939 graduating class sunday morn ing received holy communion body, wearing their graduation caps gowns. supt. f. r. t powers principal miss mar lon steele attended ev. fr. james h. smith addressed sermon graduates. topic "well done thy good faithful servant." church decorated colors, rose silver, green gold. ueiiofteld, harry dletzj naroia jneisen, william raab, helen attie, florence brennen, jessie hazel diedrlck, josephine dyblnski, stella gam-, bish, dorothy kerpics, elsie ko-vach, agnes schmitz ida truscello. number 21 they perhaps isn't quite right word, youngsters just what it meant. kindergarten south recreation center, operated federal project, since fall. mrs. ethel trosper has been proper handling pleased mothers sent children school. took specialized course pnrnrliifll srlinnl ' eagles install rarocniai acnooi officers t0nite jolll mass -amherst aerie auxll-lollimencement iary installed joint installation tonight (thursday) new eagle home. st. joseph's parochialschool join thousands others from cleveland diocese ceremony honor archbishop schrembs. big affair held oleveland stadium -sunday, june 11. marks fiftieth priest for grade schools, colleges, nurses training other educational insti tutions ceremony. represented four seven girls, year's class. included walter gambish, regis mc-cann, eugene nelson ricket, hugo truscello, margaret ann acevez, eva at-tie, emma elizabeth bartish, iole roth, frances ruth, erlka schwartz irene scott. legion si3set regular meeting elmer johnson post rooms town hall. belongs towers people pick person president. i look back over years, remera bering own, o these popularly chosen leaders then, cannot recall whom would consider misfit now '39, elected clarence gerber vice president sophomore year, elevated him position junior because proved worthy choice, retained such senior running true old a. s. tradition most satisfactory bom birmingham that's merely matter record birth certificate, family moved when three did, spent here. clarence's first recollection anything do career' time mrs.. lee oil way up chapel, might sing assembled pupils teach- graduate child psychology university kentucky, did social work g worked civilian relief red cross war. among "graduates" janet condito, donna mae shinsky, norma heyler, beverly bod-nar, yvonne kelsler, carole kel-sler, estalene mori, victoria za-boniak, nancy candlto, margie barko, marilyn poor, ruth cos- gerald' nau, elyria, past president, installing officer. don fullmer president's chair eagiles la'iier returned auxiliary. ehrman 13 ehrman, son mr. w. ave., bluff; ton college, 13. college education. lie engaged many extracurricular activities. editor yearbook member baseball team, football team basketball squad years. ho active clubs, including ymca, international relations,- speech, thespians others, student government affairs. teach mathematics next year. placed upon so 'his audience clou id better see whence voice came. though yet j haven't talked anyone, except himself, present performance, have every rea believe success qlarenco still sings, pleasing voice, concert equipment abandoned ears ago. plays guitar mouth organ too. it's sometime however he's much too busy duties helping dad farm. moment! only mentioned which this, some attention. came knowledge asked intended finished "oh, i'm coming farms crops course," answered enthusiastically. "do you think smith-hughes thing school?" continued page 3 friday, 2, tanza, herger, ballingei?., ernest bigg, cassidy, velogi, marie imp, leroy pritchet, alex poznlak, bobby phyllislot white roses mother's berger, zaborniak, bohby pritchet,- lukovice. total enrollment 6(1 pupils. fall 16 them become six enter grado public ask businessmen underwrite celebration plans finance 125th anniversary village september business men revealed boo&tur fish fry hall night. although committee (iharge hopes about pay itself, going it. estimates' income sale concession stands, profit advertising and' profits from. mammoth pageant enough cover cost celebration. friday's meeting, permission sign contracts name men's association incorporated. ready contract rodgers co fo&toria put man castle, pa. out programs. co. furnish costumes after detail well direcjt pageant: expected approximately 400 production. not solicited unless merchants wish advertise. discussion selecting queen foi fhe festival definite decision reached. under plan suggested, give votes purchases und nlrl receiving highest crowned run-ners-up ladles waiting. chicken dinner served afternoon joseph tho parish serve dinner. invited attend. ,. , elhotei) announcement made petty branch ameri can ceramic society girls married chose weddings. ceremonies wore solemnized mornlnt, st thuich. wksiikciikr-n'olan vlt.rhli.. uralinnlinv .1 .. ,.1, . - 'of j. webbuhor jnckson-st, became bride ol williuni t. nolan, lakewood, 9 m. rev. .james nuptial performed tile mnss wns sung fuhrman jim lynch. schubert's ave maria" burton hoffner, sisters, dorothy, maid honor, peggy, bridesmaid. jacobs, lakewood best green, vad3worth, donald pietcli, george donnelly, ushers. net taffeta, colonial style, veil caught orange blossoms. she led bouquet wedding book. sisters cascade organza purple pansies comb. gold lockets pansy bouquets. " following service, breakfast stone huuso. young couple left extended mp thrdugh west. yellowstone park, salt lake city, san francisco, jos-emite, los angeles, grand canyon, boulder dam, mexico, orleans return along mississippi river. iu month 1481 riverside drive lakewood. k nolan spen-cerian comm,eice flora mather western reserve employed bank cleveland. lake-wood fenn college. guests here charles wesbecher, gary ind., wall, airs. hanky, kathorine schneider u. daughter, greensburg, pa., mary schneider, pittsburg, roscoo bartlett mis. smith, akon. knotavicii-sadosky wesbecher-nolan ceremony, knotavich, daughter adolph sadosky, lorain, united marriage father smith. forrcrri, cleveland, friend groom. offertory, offered blessed virgin calla llllies and. lynch sang "ava maria". vi burbllss, 'miss sister bride, conczak, erie, cousin groom, bridesmaids. brido dress lace train fingertip head flowers. rosary chain locket. attendants gowns burbliss aquamarine, blue peach. bouquets match. reception polish club house lorain. expects world's fair trip. mako sadosky while mary's national tube sandstone center world f ukauua1l muinjja eric nord, o. sprlng-st, receive degree bachelor science "mechanical engine- ! pring 55th annual corn-case liieiirement nxerc iscs applied monday nord case, manager differential, case book, senator holding membership key, honorary activities fraternity, t"kta tau, fraternity marked professional ability, inter-fraternity council. phi kappa psl fraternity. 61 diplomas biggest history dlpl mas presented 4 0 boys, ci. commencement exercises being middle accomodate roy hatch jersey teachers' address evening. winter directing students "village revue" featiue convention adminis-strators 'in uevue" brought wide-spread publicity amherst. music numbers include vocal solo alma masters, harp ora schaeffer, clarinet sam truscello selections orchestra. invocation; awards study foster; g. board education, diplomas. benediction hayes. garablsh, nadlne aldrich, laurabelle bahl, neva barris, blerman, betty braun, donola brill, christine davis. deldrick, dellefleld, dietz, leila ehlert, virginia ellerlngton, ernst, fleckner, frederick, gerber, gordon, grugel, henes jr., hoffman, holzhauor, lewis horvath, johnson, eda kirschner, kovach, lucille krleg, marjorio krieg, edna may lehman, .linn, miller, eleanor newman, harold neisen, o'dor, maurice paton, rosemary radde, raesler, claud rahl, saegert, hilda scharein, schmidt, doris schwitzko, glenn slumska, jean esther sprenger, evelyn starkv telzerow, tyler, wetland, henry edwards edythe buell. council chooses light plant site adjourned session night, passed legislation change scope proposed municipal diesel engines steam engines, trans-fered money purchase site. amendatory resolution authorized affairs seek pwa grant village. application wlu, sem washlng-t.- u approval pw ocic-ials delegation cell mbus assured bnt through office without delay. !.iiid rear automatic railroad track. land exceed $3500. soil tests engineers determine suitability ground. mischka coal yard located terms mischka's lease, must 60 days notice. incidental cobta before funds available bonds, ccturicil transferred $10,000 electric fund fo generating construction fund. representative hart elyria figure ot-j. ?465 complete east-st paving project. instructed done. mori jtijh pretty john's evangelical (thursday), earl jones, schmidt. beautifully palms peonies. recital bride's uncle, wilford bech-tel, lag range. princess slipper satin long banded top rows pearls. woro cameo. honor. peach talisman roses. marian cashman bridesmaid woie same style aqua. rpses. both, -wore necklaces contrasting gift bride. pippert acted man. kenneth, alfred brothers ethalene flower girl yellow colonlat corsage. mother shoulder summer sheer navy pink trim aqua parents 6 p. evening 75 places laid relatives church. supper, supper trip 19 east maln-st, employees vlllago faced "payless payday" result village's financial condition. clerk miller wednesday nearly empty, hand meet payroll.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1939-06-02|
|Date of Original||1939-06-02|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1939-06-02 21 21|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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