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the amherst news-times sept.24-25-26-2t.i9s9) f volume xxi, number 24 no word on post office building amherst's new postofflce is apparently tied up somewhere in a tangle of red tape. postmaster e. c. stlwald reported this week that he has had from federal authorities for some time. when first brought last summer, amazing progress was made and appropriation hero hard ly before majority people know about it. sito chosen septem ber soil tests made. winter dragged through but two months ago, government officially tho purchase. purchasing property conrad zilch, they informed sti-wa'ld custodian property. zilch to have 80 days vacate stiwald already collected rent says his letters attorneys cleveland been unanswered. states wrote sending money, asking whether order should bo enforc ed. however, forthcoming or other agencies. foe auxiliary competition eagles drill team which much attention its splendid work at state national conventions will be snfikinir further honors satur day convention akron. - . r' officers compete ritualistic immediately afyerwardfit take part fancy competition. who are mrs. rose latter, president; helen wacker, past presi dent: betty fackler, vico maude bahl chaplain; frieda bahl, conductress; young less, insido guard: aurel sausanuin, secretary, mildred ward, pianist. members are: mary knispol, ivy dobney, marjorie bechtel, moe-bius. minerva donnelly, grace kubuske, phyllis blackford, margaret gorm-ley, leola rourke, meesig, peg mclntyre, sylvia bishop, yentzer, jeanne mcgavey, nellie wilker, millie radosevich, kathryn nalley edwards. put their following regular meeting tonight (thursday). all invited witness drill. surprised b. a. jenne saturday sat urday night -when group friends dropped note birthday anniversary. cards furnished diversion evening later refreshments were served. guest honor received gift included mr. edward lehman, paul linden, frank misch-ka, werner, foster jonne, lucy itoemer wllmah egeland. henrietta club plans silver tea sliver discussed kitchen ettas, 4-h thursday at. home advisor, mead potty. committees wore appointed malce plans. tho, business session, jano webber demonstrated vegotablo salad ituth collory fruit salad. scrap books distributed mombors. sell $10,000 refunding notes more than $10,000.00 offered sale by exempted village school district friday july 21. cover issues, one sept. 1, 1938 $3,557.05 dec. $g,gg93.92. j. avery, clerk board, explained year paid share foundation program with notes. local board education borrowed against these now issued taken state. payments ibeen cash, avery said. four girls lead 56 roll head semester high released miss marion steele, principal. esther sprenger, flor ence behrendt, june draga doris miller perfect marks six a's. dominated re mainder list also as only seven iboys gained -the scroll compared 49 girls. addi tion leaders five a's, hazel deldrick, henry edwards, lois ehlert, janet naomi reichert; a's' ruth fleckner, dorothy raesler, myrtlo barckert, crete young, marianne kelleher, shirley sweet, gawno, kaser, ora llae schaeffer, vera mao schubert, thelma mae witte. three elsie kovach, lucille krieg, ida trus-cello, brill, riddle, evelyn thomas, wilma holz-hauer, smith; a's braun, leila kerpics, schwitz-ke, marilyn pietch, jack wll-helm, elaine bruce, charles ha-mann, harold kline, roth. john ruth, jim wesbecher, woiczikowskl, eileen connell janice holllngsworth; a, josephine dybinskl, mjarjorie edna may martha hollstein, nagle, izold, lila jane pum-phrey, shadduck, joy van nuys, jean webster harry hall. hunter ij,1, hunter, kittaning, pa., marshall, daughter son billy, rural valley, ,pa., visiting here account serious illness mother grandmother, emma hunter. ' desert blooms our middle ridge f. powers it seemed cactus garden flourish so luxuriantly side mo-jave desert. arthur tolhurst, owns helped grow, assures me popular belief fallacy. "for pear cactus," "is native hardy climate." you find difficult believe, tolhurst plenty evidence ridgo farm convince what ho true. probably prettiest any time during year, end. rows spiney plants, rich groen color, agleam golden blossoms, raro sight indeed sun shone them. petals satiny-smooth sturdy, enclose cluster stamens closely knit, sprinkled plentifully pollen. center blossom painted an orange flush, deeper pronounced specie opuntla vulgaris, op-untia rafinesquei. found beginnings gardens near castalia years ago. field quite definitely showed outcroppings friday, photograph parade. youthsof america bring backypopularity bicycles demand speed streamlining, n outstanding characteristic tlip american mode living, extended people. longer content iioc afoot. revived vehicle father's early days, bicycle. years, bicycle industry comeback. fact become plentiful constituting real- traffh? problem. even small towns, menace traific safety felt. fortunate not having traffic accident involving danger there recognized police officer earl white, ago petitioned council ordinance regulating bicycles. however nothing ever done. hand, gives great deal pleasure folks. audition, ,tne ambitious youngsters, 1s source education. many youngsters trips via wheels nearby cities towns. certainly jidds ispeed means getting places. then, too, come handy father wants errand run hurry. nearly boys limestone plants growing, abundantly, placed together igroup, would covered acre ground. few gathered transplanted driest portion garden, grown, hundred fifty counting. "how do propagate them?" i asked iniarveling such remarkable increase timo. "by seed," answered, "and liko ." bent over plant, gently detaching flat spinoy ovals, carelessly onto sandy soil. "just leave there," continued, root shoot out growths." desirous miaclo iu my own picked piece into pocket. say "piece cactus" most advisedly, ovals build upon other, bios-boms spring directly stems limbs plant. leaves prickly slivers abounding surface stems, always easy see, havo continued page 4 23, 1939 ""tiaifli bicycles, everywhere decoration shows just paper routes bikes if didn't news-time;,, wishing statistics connection youthful riders questions. answers: mccann uses bike route rides average miles day. confined class rooms, 8 lorain, set govern-elyria, vermilion sur-1 ments, complete township rounding countryside. although , state, govern themselves tor christ- j courts, mas, tires be-j thoso mauing tue trlp ginning wear smooth tuo organizations send- back tire worse condition man iront one. noonday club; robert frank, had, eagles; wilhelm, pta; her since joseph whiton, rotary, sam out, spent timo ( truscello, men's associ-just riding around. she learned ation. ride "bike" night! letter written ibefore got thus (by salnmy truscello dad prac- glves interesting insight ticlng. admits wmit the- 1)oys aro 6oing tne likes go fast. camp. valedictorian wins reader's digest award l. principal school, announced today coveted scholastic achievement won 1939, jr., main street. engrossed parchment certificate graduation. confers annual ab encouragement men women throughout nation who, achievement, give promise growing leadership communities. awards valedictorians graduating classes each established response both increasing interest among students significant articles appear current magazines educators vital contact quickening thought essential after pupils receive distinct tribute standard schools modern methods community's educators. holy name well attended largo crowd elyrla parishes thru-out county deanery so- iciety held st. joseph's hall monday night. rev. fr. ferrerrl, cleveland, speaker. columbus camp tending boys' sponsored ohio legion. trip possible organiza tions, whom ex penses boy, elmer johnson legion registered transportation. left return next tuesday. dur- hue time, thev cnmlt ing them norman kurth, hiya! (impersonal) i've too busy write (monday). i'm swell everybody's campaigning voting. governor nominee federalist party campaign myself. can (nominated gov. fed.) get job, otherwise chief deputy of- county. think gaining lot weight (kind early) mean hope gain weight. city best boy's .state. ,governor candidates county, city. we hold major offices, mayor, sheriff, attorney general. your feeling okay. see soon. son, entertained west reunion ernst, crosse-st, third sunday afternoon. socially looking old pictures.' 42 present including merta king johnson, petersburg, calif., enrouto world's fair york. h. druesendahl presided session. elected milton babcock, alberta penfound, vice .president; laurer, recording cassle haverstick, secretary treasurer. meet again school. sandstone world scholarship western reserve "t""!l,!j :h5:or rurchase ot mrs.' ij maln-st, awarded university. amounts $200 years. edwards very active athletics 1 oxtra currlcular activities. vacancies faculty filled week, supt r. announced. revealed herl louise mathews brilliant, ohio, steubenville, contracts. herl, graduate university, teach domestic science, filling place vacant selma war-kentln. mathews, wno look college oberlin, succeed jones music department. warkentin resigned married while position lorain system. remaining vacancy faculty, commercial department, expected soon, stated. ehlert died suddenly edith 43, n. main-st. death due. heart attack. life-long resident amherst, graduated school" ln 1914. member peter's evangelical reformed church. survivors include husband, herman; parents, deuschle; sister, walter jaeger, another emil keisler, lakewood. funeral services afternoon church schmidt officiating. kiefer, instructor schools, returned federation musicians kansas city, 12-18. kiefer said questions; radio sound pictures, slot machine music, etc., result mechanization destroying use professional musicians, service, development future talent, bands could furnish whole world. lorain-co act location committee year. indianapolis. rlmbach co-delegate. birmingham cloverleaf bech- stein cottage birmingham. grange meets oliver kolbo enter tain ladles hic kory tree evening, opened welding shop al motzgerbas opening homo corner park-av taylor-st. intends general grinding equipment fonder body welding. motzger, 12 oxperlenco welder, adding nickel plating line. seeks games puskur hardwares seeking softball team. play clearyiew. dates phone $111 clague, penfield junction, lit. 2, lorain. 62339. u flnturprl ildllgtu light plant site adjournedtmeet-ing ol scheduled tuesday, councilinen met 9:30 p. m. nfgllt previous. tuesday wap because lack oi' quorum. special hours notice required given meeting, councllmen signed waivers clause, sab-iers meeting. purpose amend municipal price $4,000 rather $3,500 ordinance. cut stone co., land purchased, reserved rights minerals purchase effected known reading minutes session item giving mayor authority paint mark parking lanes intersections downtown streets. village's effort pwa grant changed diesel steam, change approved washington. amending eagle conclave president don fullmer, raesler hugh mcgarvey akron where delegates aerie continue sunday. discussion occupied lodge report horsemen membership rally toledo howard nalley. fullmer felton suggestion meetings twice month july, august september laid overuntil horse shoe courts completed end week. brother morning sausaman, 48, brother, bernard sausaman 111 came weeks formerly sales manager refrigerating company. survived wife, el-ma; mother, tyrone, sister. rites james smith, burial calvary cemetery. lawrence william smith lawrence, resldont clough's quarry scout suiter 111103 boy troop cook suppers ruby walker's woods usual hike woods.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1939-06-23|
|Date of Original||1939-06-23|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1939-06-23 21 24|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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