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' v the -amherst news-times framherstll lsept.24-25-26-27.l9s9j volume xxi, lot of political j talk but nothing! very definite with friday tho deadline for filing petitions candidacy public office in august primaries, there has been much politics village all week little information had come to sur-faco this morning (thursday.) mayor c. e. cooper, head . local ilepubllcan parity, was 1 out town tooth wednesday and today. however, earlier ho stated his intention running again. lie also said thought present councilmen would file again councilman alvln brown declared that he not yet mode up mind whether run or not. m. d. fleckner, who ran on democratic ticket at last election, is have switched over republican ticket. fleckner filling unexpired term tom flnne-gan resigned. dr. a. f. mcqueen, john sa-biers ed menz, councilmen, are expected according cooper. koepp, a newcomer politics, will fill council slate republicans, providing files petitions. fred berger be choice clerk mrs. allle kuss seeking reelection as treasurer. sam wragg, member board affairs, seek ro-election. conrad zilch, president board, arid .it could learned candidates. parity fluicfs have.- tpnta:v-v?!ate lined selected mayoral candidate. one first nelson schieferstein, independent democrat, tossed hat into ring nomination mayor. charles miller announced make special wheat inspection regard compliance 1939 allotment bo made week. report those farmers planted excess their fall designat intentions reclassify within .their receive price adjustment payment, neal b. iludwig, lorain-co agricultural conservation committee. completed by end an almost complete .report amount payments co-operators 1938 program amherst, brown-helm henrietta townships bhows ?12,6g0.42 earned. compares $18,460.30 earned if farms full compliance. covers 283 farmfe. individual townships, amherst $5,108.11 131 maximum $7,089. henrietta, 82 farms, $4,61 g. 65 compared $6,217.39 while brownhelm-twp, 70 fretted $2,935. go possible $5,159.02. these total payments, certain part must soil building practice, (the most universal which seeding clover, alfalfa liming. amounts manner were $1,0221.72, $1,110.05, $820.03. more encouraging 1937, added expects larger benefit cooperators 1939. reports including mny 15, 1939, fyery few through, ludwlg said. , number 22 graduates st. joseph's parochial school gather other 'graduates catholic educational institutions mass graduation ceremony cleveland stadium sunday afternoon honor archbishop schrembs observing jubilee a- priest. picture are; back row: mccann, hugo truscello, eugene rickett walter gambish; second june ruth, emma bartish, erika si.hwarz eva attie; iole roth, bette scott margaret acevez. graduate mammoth thronged when commencement program. tribute schrembs. schrembs, just elevated new position short time ago pope pius xii, i celebrating 'his' fiftieth year 11 pupils from eighth grade here taking ceremony. they rickett, gambish, schwarz, attie, holy communion body 8 o'clock mass. large delegation attend cere-mon. graduating class trip bus. quarterly conference rev. burrls several members church attended held day melmore church. it before annual conference. pot povrri r. powers memorial commencement, too, "when we took flags evening someone remarked: "a than month we'll putting 4th july." then summer half spent. mucti about our decoration .parade praiseworthy, only do wish townspeople scheduled events better connections. perhaps didn't "bother you, did me see parked cars, some filled spectators, others empty, along line march. there's sacredness parade deserving every courtesy can shown it.- surely right way duting space takes ltnes move street, isn't asking too much. next authorities main streets, least, cleared cars during progress parade. quiet empty street should courtesies extend marchers. always feel like cheering person teen age upward inarches sure day's .legal holiday, and, nobody take eagles appoint committees officers aerie presided meeting monday night. plans install horseshoe courts appointment coming wero items business. jack bruce, gerald bruce arthur beregszazy appointed don fullmer arrangements installing regulations hhejji use. include: finance, hale bech-tel, chairman, ray mercer clvde donnelly: visiting, bruce; lunch,. herb helnebrodt; entertainment, joe nelsen, henry hammill, ross aw- wlller, harold segraves blackford; investigation, hugh mcgarvey, j. becker, art meesig; audit, h. p nalley; lapsation, jacob rosen-kranz, mcgarvey; steering, rasoler, meesig publicity, mc garvey helnebrodt. announcement district initiation wellington dis trict director lyle castle ely-rla visitor spoke four horsemen membership campaign. lau- er, paul mori, howard nalley l. felton. forced marching, any people be" threat ened cajoled tendance. success continued existence worthy organizations, depends upon enough interested what each represents responsibility concerning it. blessing generation produces its quota such people, else finest cease exist. wo aro happy note cooper custom inaugurated late captain stough giving $5 prize high senior wrote best essay appropriately subject. richard griffin year's winner title "what means america." congratulations, richard, too! quite "tit tat" story my sometimo setting antique shop down state city where two good friends spendtng odd moments br' j.'ng about. among lovely articles on, display old coal-oil lamp pago 4 friday, 9, brownhelm observes 120t anniversary 120th observed. regular services noon luck dinner church, parlors. cook compiled brief history based brownhelm' pres. fairchild (18g7) congregational rice (4919). follows: sunday, july ,c, 1817, days after families arrived stockbridge, mass., township conducted home colonel lake shore. thereafter settlers met regularly brown's, later solomon whit scouts leave camporee eighteen boy night scout elyrla end. hold fairgrounds. completely own nito noon. cooking, beds general housekeeping although houses tents. efforts graded points ribbons awarded. cooking grading. final tor troop tuesday scoutmaster wragg accompany them. college students arriving vacation times hand students. ohio university homo today tomorrow. thoso jo-soph beres, brown, robert cromwell, kenneth fritz, iloroy hasenpflug, melvin kolbe, petty roy schaeffer. expect visitors conclave officials charge international rotary convention cleveland, juno 19 23 expecting 10,000 rotarians via automo-ibilcs, many pass through chapter making welcome expected, especially date club. road signs being put important intersections around amherst. theso inform travelers thero club hero gives place meet ings. possibility group visit stone quarries, w. nord however. enrolled 100 per cent so. tlesey's home, miles south fiom shore, still sylvester barnum nearly mile west mr. whittlesey's. 10th june, 1819, whittlesey messrs. seward joseph treat, missionaries connecticut missionary society portage presbytery, present. organized members. congregational, under care "plan union". 18c3 voted withdraw presbytery 1873 received churches, transferring medina association 1913. 1819 (list house built near home. neat commodius structure country (about 25 30 feet), constructed peeled logs, genuine thingle roof, chimney fireplace. seats (at slabs pins. men ranged side women other, facing broad aisle between, pulpit stood.". following eugland pattern, page playground open mon. athletic field morning, n. s. hearn, supervisor, hearn 9 m., p. 6 day. addition clayton guild leonard wil son there. latter spending lorain recreation clinic sponsored wpa. spent getting things shape field, re pairs swings, giant strides, teeter-totters tennis courts. ono dono organization softball league. boys playing 2 wednesday. league limited sixth, seventh, ninth grades. restrictions enforced bicycles allowed fence field. avoid chances injuries children might ana rail bicycle. sandstone center world law may bar light bonds forbids issuance connection municipal electric plants competition private enterprise applies definitely "sleeper" discovered afternoon. william miller, solicitor, wanted read entire decision, think apply cases ordinance necessity passed became effective. miscellaneous matters taken discussion streets sidewalks occupied attention cotton, fix sidewalk front cleveland-av, personally told fact case. cotton claimed in, wrong given result dip walk residence. rain, entirely covered cold weather ice coated. gust dute, cotton's neighbor, mistake noticed laid something promised done never been. councils agreed walk. holzhauer, finance chairman 125th celebration, asked financial aid promoting celebration fall. years contributed support similar affair. no action decided wait until find outfl how give fund. reported water wood-hlll-dr storm sewers washing 'clevoland-av kothe property. water, strawberry patch washed away. sewer drainage committee instructed investigate. established strip property bought bruaker milan-av hill. engineer laundon crownhlll-av hoffman exchange gravo cemetery lot. bids materials mid-dle-st paving project ed. bid plato coal supply co. farmer's elevator same. split purchase material between two. surface "had east-st nice job. holzhauer kane suggested walks middle-st fixed moving ones cement looking job replacing broken cement. interviow owners. yellow dog meets n1te loraln-co bi'andt's park urged 'bo deck early baseball, eats degree work. queen esther clifford schroeder hostess ox her atoring-st niuht. representative win. ash-bolt lold affect already addition, opinion mortgage revenue bonds. proceeding construction plant provisions constitution provides issue without 10 mill limitation vote people. requires issues -must statue, continue issued constitutional learned. proposal does seemed opinion, doomed. lor $80,000 anticipated receipt $g5,000 'federal government. federal matter repassed since legislation plan plant. effort reach o. statement ineffective left cincinnati. adjourned believed effect available. team third judging contest official rankings ij teams participating t contests columbus saturday ibo revealed week, dairy cattle finished division. composed angersbach, brill love. love scored 349 335 angerbach 327. placo went kenton wih 1033 pointa houston shol-by-co 1021. brownhelm's 1011. 342 competition. vocational teachers columbus. carl deeds, teacher schools, attend. participated tests were: morris, griffin, johnny kapucinski; brownhelm, wayne lolmbach, raymond bechtel ralph lolmbach. c!ol-umbus 8:30 started lasted pfa favor boys' industrial lancaster. wore th'e buildings meat witnessed imfaates, - included pbys, 5 detail.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1939-06-09|
|Date of Original||1939-06-09|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1939-06-09 21 22|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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