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the amherst news-times p""ss week (. volume xxi, number 26 friday, jud 7, 1939 sandstone center of world drunken driver escapes, costs calvin towne $10 an intoxicated driver, traveling at high speed 1 a. m. saturday escaped state highway patrol but it cost towne, jackson-st, and a real scare. first spotted intersection oberlin-av route 254 when he almost went into artificial lake. sped along north ilidge-rd, swaying from side to side, 70 miles a"n hour. was following him juit entrance village, passed towne. . not seeing patrolmen's car, wont turn up turning in front patrolmen. between go hour, skidded stop, completely around just missing towne's car. kept right on going arrested by patrolmen who declared they didn't know how fatal collision avoided. , charged with reckless driving, fined monday mayor cooper fivo dollars fine suspended part suspended. foe plans joint picnic july 23 aerie o eagles night decided join auxiliary be hold, brandt's par); sunday 22.- planned ladies because could get (into for theii annual that lodgp pay tickets tlu." members affair. all will wcessury do is show their paid-up receipt gate. ( hange by-laws made, changing tho meeting every lirst anil third monduys juno, july, augurt september. however new dates become el'tective until change approved grand aerie. meantime, meet night. st. peter's snap losing streak snapped four game whipping automatics, 1g g opener second half softball league. automatics only six regulars there played eight men. loosely affair which would probably have ended closer score if shopmen had full team. one still unplayed, final stand ings edwards foods winners perfect record, jim's popcorns, crystal clears k p's tied second, peter"s fifth, sixth, paul"s seventh last. eagjes rained out last thursday. win this game, played, tie fifth place. automatic victory make triple sixth place themselves, paul's. tonight paul's play while tomororw crack half. night, action again, p's; tuesday are matched automatics; thursday jima popcorns friday commercial teacher hjred miss dorothy smith lorain ' hired as commer cial school. she charge subjects. mists has been teaching three years hidgevlue. summer completing work her master's degree ohio university. addition 10 business experience. rose grobe weds man probe, daughter mr. mrs. william grobe, ely-ria-av, c. quay zimmerman, son lena were married" home bride'b parents afternoon. rev. f. firestone, pastor ol evangelical church bellevue, friend family .officiated service. immediate families witnessed ceremony. reed bridesmaid wktlo lester brother bride, served best man. service, wedding supper setv&a 18 guests country club. newlyweds then left trip after 10th 1030 gth-st. zimmerman graduate school, class '33 memlber church. employed lorain-co coal co. lorain. attends christian temple. national tube local boys york ehrman jr., richard robert brueker spending weok nt imin-klrk, now york, th- dunkirk conference camping grounds. delegates league unformed jim bob kriog elyriu drove continued vibit world's fair. plan loturn next weok. visiting mother stanley "shorty" hull, bonnie burton jenne early mqnday morning lako mills, iowa, where spond few days hull. interesting some r. powers evening i visit ed i'm ashamed say i'd never before seen. you've there, you haven't, sure soon. so little don't believe same amount thrills anywhere thous times outlay cash speaking cleveland airport air-minded say? neither am especially, experience very definite spine tingling .a big plane zooms over land short distance away why, there's no thrilling you, that's all. watching take off seemed even more thing beauty. easy rise air necessary run field embodi ment gracefulness. wonders bird size well. then, anything freshness newness tremulous exhilaration 'of reaching heights can something coming down. excitement planes come go, always hope colebrity or two among passengers. we stood gazing young lady carrying fair- sized loving cup alighted eastern malnllner. photographers flashed stepped plane, hut none tents boy scouts arrive j increased program outdoor activity scout troop another .year gets underway. purchased arrived week. these activities possible. made overnight hikes. holiday wish re-register year asked contact scoutmaster sam wragg fifty cents. date registering year. congregational gym, the. hold meetings, being cleaned painted helping work. cooper's rare insect died e. found captivity. soon its glass jar cage. although unable remember technical name, said learned due fact female ate male later ones moter. visiting1here albert beckhold, 59, here cleveland, his sister-in-law, george men-1 gel, cleveland-av. spend the' relatives. survivors " include wire edith behrendt beckhold; thre. brothers, sister tin nieces. funeral services held wednesday burin elmwood cemetery here. men fish fry chinch frirtuy s. g. folk. nion invited. committee includes kenneth alexander, john sabiers, w. j. dulling, bruce, harry elmer gall, folk, clarence dean arnold rosenkranz. recipes papers saw day, carried any pictures her, why cup, really quite provoking, nonchalant way people act about who's yearning desire rido ono airliners seem should bouncing joy, else atremlblo fear strong arm needed steady them. surely ride sky bo accompanied extreme emotions nothing commonplace. course people, rememberiing jerry aschenbach holds position responsibility airport, add proud other enthralling us there. "can cherry pie, billy b'y, b'y? mako charming willlo? quick's cat wink eye, she's cannot leavo errr." words old song my dad sing-' ing childhood impressions oftlmes askew, couldn't i've quoted correctly. perhaps recall page 4 s past couple weeks sweet cherries, middle kidge section trees, day drive ninnla nnrrarraj -.'.-. - ,ttam top photo shows pitting machine used ashbolt orchards. representative bill ashbolt, catching, cherries roll machine, pits already removed, helen dlugos. lower picture hayes close-up view tree farm newton bechtel. plentiful tree, enjoyed picking eagle initiation wiliiard district nine fraternal order afternoon willard. several candidates class. announcement mado henry raesler, secretary lodge, appoint district. appointment announced l. brown, secretary. burris starts vacation 'mrs. biirris leave vacation. return 20. anyone wishing them touch mayforth dundee, ohio. wor ship service school es usual. fireworks display ice cream social fire works sched-vled brown- helm out. however, attempt sponsored boys' brownholm brill. it. h. miller, lorain, called relatives hero evening. time ripe. sour variety. thousands find large of,local manager gas oom- ! betty gawne 4th bride gawne, edward n. main-st, became james alu, liborio fourth ceremony fr. vincent o'dea officiated 9 marie metz furnished special music. mary izold acted maid honor bride. bridesmaids dolly mario ortenzi delia vincek. martin ushers joseph ortenzi, leonard gerace dullo. breakfast dinner united polish both aro alu dfrom '38. bridegroom leading amateur boxers county well musician. american stove postponed aveek tfie stores open preceedlng holiday, men's association, scheduled monday. church, horseshoe court added playground regulation clay courts available play. wetted down good condition. tournaments begin latter month n, hearn, supervisor. deadline entering tourneys 21 start 2g. finished august 1g. divisions singles doubles also ladles doubles. village funds again exhausted "broke" again. payment most salaries duo 1, ran out, clerk charles miller revealed was, enough money bills, included salary sexton wages extra help, vil-lago department. failure department receive fe'lt bj r.'ie fir.0"" taken own treasury reimbursed funds. received unknown, said. stated check share sales tax far $1500 15,000 tax. june collection near end point february settlement prove pioved awful long fritz. oany. twenty-three ago uth sent iiom willard fill period weeks. hasn't expired yet. pievious tteorgo january tein-poiary christian's death. lemporar-y .man" stayed fritz straighten office ready permanent manager. doesn't just- came thero 150 consumers. 980 listed now. during 1925, 2c 27 largest growth occurred, many ac 25 conbumers per added, homes built village. building done than lime years. pheasant eggs distributed effort conservation depart increase population eluded shipping parts hatched. partaking project recently 266 shipped total 52,063 throughout may 7 juno 24. complete details hatching care birds iby management bureau protectors hoped results obtained. policy carefully recorded determine ogg distribution lor future. mapped crownhill laid sale lots started future council ehrman, chairman board trustees, authority ahead ho engineer tom laun-don estimated "engineering approximately $200. persons waiting ibuy section. believed cover laying despite present time, without funds, job itself increasing revenue. favored plan. afterv"!?brt discussion, was' given job. federal agencies contain 250 1,000 graves. paul wottring accept street put -on allotmontoiu former shupe property. streetpwasttt? according speclti- cations each step b y laundon. agreed whole inspect street. (thursday). tj award contract ornig -hie public affairs regular monthly formally sign saltzgaber drilling mansfield test borings site municipal light plant. saturday, voted 'company, whoso bid of$467 low, conrad zilch, president board, announced. zilch outside property owned mischka yard. known definitely signed. jlow'ever, liad week, cleaning underbrush making begin. application pwa authorities grant changed diesel steam washington. through columbus officials expecting answer request. wpa hours required workers various scales 130 director fred roose akron security rate. rates are: professional, $91.30; iskilled, $82.50; jnteiy mediate, $66.00 unskilled $57.20. convention international endeavor opened today continue tuesday. society powers, lois dean, kathryn franks, shirley ward. sharp, douglas harris bev. kunz. sociaij senior reformed lawn puhllo la invited attend.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1939-07-07|
|Date of Original||1939-07-07|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1939-07-07 21 26|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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