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the amherst news-time l old kohejhi week f, """ i ii sept.24-25-26-27.l9i9 volume xxi, number 34 friday, september 1, 1939 sandstone center of world program for home is full addressing invitations amherst's celebration bomething doing every minute , says com- mittee 125th anniversary celebration, 24-27. a-j ! .1. 1 :c iu. -mia nuwi me oniy answer unci n giuiu.c cii iiiu they have thus far, set up. reports various committees were given at a meeting general committee monday night. as different heads, one after another, revealed their plans, mrs. f. r. powers, head committee, was r- i! t . i- f ti iinuing rmiu lu lutaic apuia iui here are few things that will be held during in addition to pageant which an outstand ing feature each tho oberlin glee club concert and also take part union service sunday night, grange givo three one-act time melodramas, annual flower show held, jack graney has ibeen invited do recreated broadcast cleveland indian game, pltch-o-meter, de-yice test throwing power, on hand, there men women's softball games, hard ball tennis tourneys, trap shoot all kinds athletic events, antique show, band concerts, ballad singers, iboth fancy competitive drills, firemen exhibitions with (popular barrel fights, huge parade, northern ohio draft horse assn. colt course regular carnival coming fill what minutes empty. mr. roderman rogers producing co. attended outlined details of-the pageant. acting upon his suggestion special work him, appointed airs. b. e. foster chairman. choose chairmen sub-committees complete own committee. out further imrs. foster. he said night would need couple days get acquainted be-foro could start rehearsals. no definite method selecting queen decided upon. suggested girls nominated then judging reduce this ten. ticket sale, en-titlo purchaser vote. girl receiving most votes 'be named second place miss columbia other eight maids honor. when rev. c. schmidt pointed that, local ministers bo preparing services morning servico evening, it drop sunrise spring opening day. up headquarters council chambers town hall. log cabin erected front yard a'lso serve information booth. mickie some subscribers got th' ideatuat ve make somucmowem oki aos am' job worvcwe doklv t' collect our subscwptiow momeh1. ir aiwr so, folks! itailtt so! cihci iuiiiuigiils. solons again hear plea residents village last thursday frauklin-av prevent coal from being installed neighborhood. george garthe, spokesman group, told talks had officials new york central railroad, giving conversations. according railroad sympathized franklin street willing concessions if located east village. garthe closed account negotiations necessary legislation zoning ordinance council, although sympathizing delegation, only inform them powerless anything. movie actress appear personal appearance by dorothy granger, hollywood actress, planned near future. granger neiee don cashier lorain-co savings trust cp. bank here. she her husband been visiting request friends. plan similar london, town. date sel but expected next week. granger's "when tomoirow comes" featured charles boyer irene dunn. eagles auxiliary won many prizes 10 years heaped praise compliments fine showing national competition where believed finished second, 'auxiliary went through whole thing late word came revision standings tie first place. news pleasant surprise ladies knew two teams very close did not any inkling made. performance chicago climaxed several conscientious officers. competing previous conventions officers taken fifth toledo 1931, seventh detroit 1932, fourth 1933 failed intervening years. officers, added those drill team drill, reads like honor list. women consistently made known over country. considered largest organization country, fame becomes, wide spread indeed. organized about 192c. "was help exemplify ritual ladles soon ex panded harmon beesing, chairman invi- tation frances yaeger ed shown above list names whom mailed. listed alphabetically name submitted checked avoid duplications. more than 700 either already mailed or increase price milk announcement effective dairies. both zimmerman baetz dairies quoted prices. single quart sell 11 cents, however purchased cents per quart. pints six cents. sweet sour cream priced 13 half pint whipping 20 pint. prices delivered dairy issued asking cooperation people returning .bottles. said, 4,000 bottles lost summer. big item loss these runs into considerable sum money year. called. drilling. 12 time. public appearanco oleotangy park columbus 1928 invitational connection na-t,ionn,l convention. th'ey 'took third prize, table lamp later presented captain, florence beldea. hurdle past took $250. snappy uniforms, red blue capes caps contrasting white satin dresses slippers, brought prize. following year dayton flock included appearance, group uniform longest distance. colorful uniforms prize newark really reached heights 1931 against growing stronger year, fifth. 1932 delegation parade seventh. getting 1933, ritual. (continued page c) summer over, children return school too quickly amherst, passed. sure, plenty left months jbut knell oft sounded tuesday tlie bell rings forth its summons to' classes. final preparations bjuldlng changes nrebelng heating ventilating system, paint applied places odd jobs done everything readiness lor morning. sessions short pupils gutting schedules straightened afternoon, supl. u. powers called teachers outlined. faculty thii eleanor purdy, who tench history girls' physical education; homer xlainns, liuiid ot commercial department; jessie mathews, music teacher; betty herl, domestic science huhla berger, grade teacher, james ehrman, teacher. latter fnaduates high schools begin teaching careers alum mater. includes; margaret schneider mary hch'river, grade; i'andy, lucille ilurge, hulda -margaret gaehr maibelle- sutliffe, ehrman edna heller, ethel epplcy, junior mathematics ; thelma mays, geography sociology; wade bruns, english, education coach; bice, english freshmen meet friday marion steele, principal, announced assembly room 9 a. m. entering urged present. seats assigned, arranged prepared tuesday, steele said. students upper classes wish change may so contacting school. dramatics; kathryn murray, french english; leach, latin biology; mathematics; arthur engle, science; n. s. hearn, mechanical drawing manuel training; haines, commercial; carl deeds, agriculture; iona good, art; jesse music; science. isupt. principal 'miirlorl stefcit supervise educational program. grayce purcell powers' secretary attendance officer. kids saw indians win sat. much action can contest packed game between indians, philadelphia athletics hundred childion guests baseball bad especially athletics, throughout constantly threatening even going ahead tile innings. pulled 'tho fire eighth tvo runs. loc.il johnny allen literally knocked box play turned peculiar season. sam chapman lined back hit him just below knee shot plate hemsley scooped threw surprised chapman. blow day, however. trip busses real enjoyed youngsters. peddler ordered leave woman peddler, selling candy business section saturday morning, patrolman mays. same arrested wel lington offense. woman, periodic visits here, tearful sob line family support usually verge tears businessmen buy product. playground today, supervisor, announced, open since june, approve engines application light plans deisel steam rejected federal government available wednesday. received conrad zilch, board, floyd g. browne, engineer, long distance telephone. browne reported refused grant because financial adequate build plant, lilable natural death xs coroner unidentified man died jail "from causes" statement dr. ward, county coroner. possessions clothes books matches, pennies partly filled bottle bella donna, drug commonly used subject coughs. available, arrived appeared homes money. claimed war veteran, nothing substantiate claim v-s found him. cases became abusive ward wednesday ho believe death. "he probably always taking it", put earl white, leporturt .about 0:40, sleeping soundly. mayor cooper visited -about 10:30 intention hearing. quite sick mcqueen called, condition wa3 serious. doctor resting well. midnight weak pulse shallow breathing foetore arrival. absolved ofiiciais blame case. police lights department criticism weekend contact officer duty report disturbance cleveland-av. cause switchboard lorain telephone controls call properly entered go consequenly ficer whlto know wanted. finally off duty. check cards clock policemen punch shows punched vicinity 2:45 p. five. initiate members ini tiated aerie enabled reach quota successive month. worthy president mer inltla- tions until sept. 24 candidates dur initiated ceremony observance homo routine joe nelsen announcing sub handle sale tickets clam hake -which hold 13. ('. e coopor, asked pwa heard official reference it. say might do. plant fight another jolt common pleas court highland injunction restraining issuance bonds municipal middletown, ohio. middle-town case parallel procedure followed issuing middletown city commission "utterly disregarded" .the bond act making measure. company, van lahr, doll isphording, inc., figured case, attorneys represented company representing rumors never officially offered rates, addressed letters board affairs setting rates dates offers letter concluded fol-loohig element: "in (the otters ana made) should ques tion minds we effort ne gotiate contract company. lower rate w'ill save "village users electric approximately $9,000.00 needless say, still stand ready negotiate discuss matter business-like way convenience ficials amherst" biggest trial tues. trials recent years, markert fined $5 0 costs charge dis orderly conduct. defendants early complaints neighbors subpoenaed witnesses afternoon. large (o ithe hall rather mayor's office. 14 subpoenaed. disorderly conduct rose neighborhood uproar. locked remainder drivers' licenses -..sale automobile tuesday. w. brown deputy registrar liconses con duct plae church-st. order license, drivers m'ust present license la traffic violations stamped transferred license. v
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1939-09-01|
|Date of Original||1939-09-01|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1939-09-01 21 34|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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