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f the amherst news-times sept.24-25'26-z7.l9j9 volume xxi, number 32 friday, august 18, 1939 sandstone center of world bi week ssfi rev. hunter to speak here old home several new developments in plans for observance 125th anniversary celebration were revealed this by general chairman j. sniythe. he reported that a. hunter, ashland, had accepted an invitation give one addressee on memorial service final day celebration. smythe also said armstrong, secretary centennial celebration, been invited same program. no answer has received jet from armstrong. there is a possibility gov. john bricker will be are now being discussed invite principal speaker when itotary club entertains other clubs vicinity monday week. parts program moving -along good shape, stated. fireworks committee recommended contract signed with american display co. hudson. three carnivals under consideration concession committee. they plan meet representatives these next and make definite decision then. bumper signs automobiles, advertising arrived distributed any who wishes them. they, aie free. busy addressing invitations sent former residents. warn, local residents if know or friends send their names addresses as soon possible so may be, sent. national begin work affair. alho reports scenario pageant written here. representative -the b. rogers arrive aug. 2s, pageant. tlio sports committee, headed bob hubbard, planning sottball game between all-star team winneis softball league. rapid fire lonnls tourneys men, women juniors aro planned although it not decided whether held sunday, during entertained guests reverend mrs. burrls over sam uel adams, sister bur- ris, horace king, brother burris, both canton, ohio, miss peters canton together gentleman canal fulton. adams la staying tho family mickie says- violets blue", amd we, whem "you tcrr -renew thanksgiving moved up change date year announced tuesday president roosevelt stirred lot comment. official proclamation, set nov. 23 thanksgiving. tradition long last ; thursday november however was ever each presidential proclamation. fritz, manager ohio fuel gas co., considering sending letter thanks. claims him additional eat his turkey before christmas. judging teams at norwalk fair fri. brownhelm compete friday huron county norwalk, carl deeds, vocational agriculture teacher two schools contests agricultral classes territory. trophies awarded esmond sandusky. groups dairy cattle livestock contests. clarence gerber, richard griffin represent contests: ' '' brownhelm, love, wm. brill howard anders-bach while wayne, paul ralph leimbaoh take part contest. contest wooster, consisting william. wayne leimbach finished sixth among 42 competing. love fifth individuals. rotary, noon outing members rotary joint mcgarvey's vermilion wednesday night. about 70 served g p. m. supper. music provided meal. atty. loasl-niaster followed. group singing enjoyed entertaining acts magic wore presented bill hachen wellington. quiz bee another feature prizes men women. later gifts representing various hobbies interests henry kane, c. e. cooper, werner zilch, walter miller dr. w. g. schaeffer. here's chaff your hair f. r. powers many ago seems you're feeling best little .boys girls play, used soft thud horses' hoofs gentle spin carriage wheels sand road, would start up, athrlll excitement approach series chortling, tumbling, puffing sounds coming direction highway. "oh, thrashing machine-it's machine!" they'd cry. then pad, pad padding bare feet carry them across yard edge grassy lawn, where might all safety, watch black monster lumbering by, spewing unsavory clouds smoke into drowsy brilliance midsummer afternoon. assuredly old-time threshing machine, doing its bit farmers annual trek around country side, traveled own steam, days horsodrawn vehicles still very much running, something worth leaving play see. "that's like devil rides on!" "the goes faster'n that!" yah but thing above interesting picture donald anthony taken recently cameraman after attention called schulz. rapidly following footsteps fat her fond fisherman. could n't quite understand why taken. deeds leaves vacation saturday whose job toucher drowuhelut affair, leave lancaster spend ne.;t state columbus. only faster!" this, my those blessed innocents terrifying picture! nothing formidable machine steady, even pace down lane farmer's barn morning i stood back door house, watched man-made creature settling itself day's work, thought how wholesome efficient looked rumbling all, nor belching dirty clean air. noisy was, brisk business-like manner, and, sees important things accomplishes speedily, wonders isn't noisier. told mr. ben michael, owns thresher, never close should have mo quedr-ly, ho didn't. he'd tell me worked interested, was. course, see myself wheat stack forking sheaves ( onto runway; continued page 4 membership party eagles free sometimo meeting connection four horsemen drive eats, refreshments entertainment. completed monday's meeting. hugh mcgarvey herb helnobrodt appointed secure information float parade report garfield heights played sunday made. bus occasion anyone interested going asked contact heinebrodt. nalley, past president, chicago attending sessions convention delegato aerie. bosse trip daughter martha ann left washington, d. c, york. bosse's parents clove-land accompanied washington visited sister-in-law, arthur bosso. york visit husband, alfred trlnkloln. expect return end month. art thomas joins florida ball making tryout columbus week, suuday daytonn beach kla. lie remainder scabon. thomas, lias pitching wnkeman red caps tliis summer, ono nine boys chosen training school offered contract. daytona beach, present time, firmly entrenched second place according father, lud-wig expected teaching position chilllcotho attempt advance professional baseball. children indians added treat store frequenting playground saturday, 2cth opportunity seeing philadelphia athletics ns cleveland baseball club. 110 tickets horo request made n. s. hearn, supervisor. origin-ground supelvrsor. original intention winners league sont hearn frequent playground. bo night gus torno. homeowners air grievances solons visitor's council village spent listening complaints streets body. councilmen seemed think people right complaints, unable do anything ihem. upper franklin-av objected coal neighborhood crosse-st demanded cost paving street far exceeded estimates. auxiliary enters competition auxiliary, champions fancy drill , competition, (thursday) chicago, thoy 1 seek further honors 'drill ritualistic work. big sunday. drawings places late today. mary knlspol, ivy dobney, mar-jorie bechtel, mildred" moebius, minerva donnelly, grace ku-buske, phyllis blackford, ethel schlefern ln,ilargaret gormloy, leola rourke, helen meesig, peg mclntyro, .sylvia bishop, yentzer, jeanne mcgarvey, betty fackler, nellie wllker, millie radosevich, kathryn nalley edwards. officers rose lauer, president; wacker, pabt fackler vice maude bahl, chaplain; frieda conductress; youngless, inside guard; aurel sausaman, secretary, mildred ward, pianist. funeral location conrad zilch opened follow' ing completion alterations residence which purchased sold federal govern ment proposed post office. home, diagonally location, greater floor space than former. large room extends front building smaller rooms west chapel east side. can ubed funerals, alone small private preferred. built along side garages, temporary. third remodeled, elevator there. henrietta grange quartet quar tet loratn-co elimina tions camp crag monday. won winning elimination pitts field. peoria, 111., fall. com' posed ralph, earl charles berg robert latte-man graduates high popular entertainers meetings northwebt loraln-co. l. holden, oberlin, judge pronounced musicians. living franklin- av complained bitterly nuisance caused declared did want another. harold mischka locate just freight station. delegation difficulty keeping homes because great amount dust cars unloaded. owners paintings required keep exterior houses look decent. however, informed solicitor authority matter zoning ordinance. recourse wait until operation properly operated go court, declare injunction against operation. discussion george garthe, question ordinance come times claimed almost impossible pass without someone suffering. careful necessary be- i-j're such ordinance, passed probably fight court suits injunctions involved. got results. complaint engineer tom laundon. laundon, explaining cost, estimate included actual construction include bonds, engineering costs. stated started fall promise wpa cement hero 1. month necessitated boiler warm mixed. straw needed cover newly laid cement. tracking expenses more frozen condition ground mado it. longer dig out. finally agreed laundon submit detailed account middle-st. latter 'cost $2.40 per foot coin- tared $3.24 crosse-st. 11 o"clock delegations went proceeded business hurry. applications frank lach, lloyd haas itay kane approved department. mentioned need side-walk repairs clerk instructed write repaired. mcqueen wanted vacated site electric light plant. milton friedman lease expired day. said, "let's out there". motion instruct board public 'affairs commence action vacate property inform railroad switch siding. communication from, amhorst girl scout troop seeking permission put first aid tont near log cabin park referred fn township trustees.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1939-08-18|
|Date of Original||1939-08-18|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1939-08-18 21 32|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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