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the amherst news-times week - i1! i sept.24-2s-t6-27.l9i9 volume xxi, number 36 friday, september 15, 1939 sandstone center of world send delegation to washington village officials linvo not abandoned their attempts secure a stenm generating engine equip new- municipal light plant. meeting in special session with board public affairs, council tuesday night listened figures submitted by 'sam wragg proving steam, plant could be built within s14 5,-000 allowed pwa grant also showed steam produce electricity at lower cost than that diesel engines. resolution was passed tjjjl mayor c. b. cooper, coun oilman henry kane and present these authorities there. same trio made trip about three weeks ago time were told get prove they build grant. cooper stated sent office from columbus those floyd g. browne, engineer, had colum bus office. taking his largely skin ner company asme, national power chart, said pro duced on basis lms mil lion kilowatts .010s while desiel would .0112. this figure is average 27 towns comparable size listed asme. quoted are for putting boaid. including financing plnnt, .0151 .01 c5 diesel. la paying .0223 ops hayiiu' olijered jwi;ate .o1g0. wragg's all based consumption 1,500,000 kilowats year greatest amount cvei used past 1,250,000. j. smythe's father died sunday cal. atty. .). smythe received word death ins hither which occurred ui long beach, cal., afternoon. mr. smythe, although ill lor some time, quite unexpectedly . other survivors include wile, hilda; two sons, hurrj urichsville, dr. fuul canton; daughters, mrs. harold king, washington, d. (j. mis.3 elizabeth mcarihur, ohio; seven grandthildien brothers, john ot philadelphia, howard indiana. resume meetings sorosis club will after summer recess. first tall held tonight (thursday) nt home ludolph kreeger cleveland-av b jenne as assistant hostess. mickie says a. vueu vou git through -reapikl' q-reat -flresipe ccmpauiom, mal it atriemp them me&pe we sita mbw subscraser, no candidates education november election ballot going 'bear unusual sight having under o voting space. spite fact terms members expiring. whose expire, sharp walter nord, wish 'be re-elected, forgot file petitions before deadline last week. both planning seek return positions write-in method. filed offices either. edition appear next -will make its ap? pearance connection old replete local stories pictures, consist 22 or 24 pages. complete coverage events coming occupy section sections veritable tours village, present. slogan "back spring" theme, follow thru pictures beautiful homes garden spots tho activities farmers, pictorial quarries industries, short biography josiah harris very interesting story life written f. r. powers cp1 ration centennia 4. 1 1g pages thlf already printed,' sure ,be best paper ever published mark another milestone 'the path 'of progress. ' regular susbscribers receive extra cost, weekly edition. because limited copies printed, there slight charge persons wanting additional copies. student elected officers high school atter-noon. seniors named t lie offices. bob edwards pies-idont; pay frederick, vice president, may smith, secretary-treawurer. plans sell football souvenirs l'ormlulated. early days our neighboring community it. paragraphs have do daily living pioneering years taken tho, "early settlement history brown- helm" writton president h. pairchild oberlln college, read him village's ju-ilee celebration july 4, 1807. since families levi shephard, sylvester barnum stephen james boon residence brownhelm's lake shore district precisely one day charity children moved into little log cabin spring, might suppose thed settlements began existed much manner, communities bold script, but different hand. fairchild known own boyhood, alone lead us happy belief intermingled "beginning. assured my -pen gold-tipped belonging college cannot tell tale adventure well person who has himself experienced it, am setting down come falrchild's words. indebted miss harriet spring fame amherst's spread far ; id widejv visitors attracted corners. saturday morning wedding1 party visited perhaps beginning new adventure. if did hopes fulfilled. bride groom harsar, bridesmaid just hind mary barricelli. hipe jnew teacher fill vacancy change been faculty school, supt. p. announced dorothy nantell cleveland, hired teach girls' physical history. eleanor puidy, previously hired, asked open ed, released her con tract so she accept position cleveland schools. agreed substitute until look up record. vestigation fine record hir ed immediately. peck oberlin loan priceless document. sugar obtained maple then aa now, tree abundant township. many farms entirely destitute few enough year's supply. rare thing family without months succession. honey pumpkin molasses substitutes, swjoetanlng tca auid making gingerbread equal refined sugar; served keep alive idea sweetness. genuine tea young hyson regarded necessary life, well-conditioned bo found it; astonish modern housekeeper hear how small quantity meet necessity. never needed good them; pound supply year. must havo days. single teaspoon-ful, steeped, furnish sociability dozen ladles an afternoon; pot, refilled water, charm away weariness men folks when returned continued page 4 attracts wedding women state parade eagles over ohio turn out en masse marion welcome abel, eagles, .to ohio. real honor paid aerie invitation asking women's drill team big feature day. witli crack teams participating, ,p.i1 lmnnr thnf , i, corded amherst. recognition splendid showing wo competition final monday lodge. several lodge accompany women. four horsemen membership campaign drawing close. don fullmer spurred great er efforts class initiation. reported night. ibuslness routine. announce date lila muth, daughter jacob forest-st, balas, son steve sr., lorain, take place saturday, oct. 7, muth friday evening. guests ly- dla michael louise max- wo11, e1'rla' misses margaret florence wallace, anna truscello, julia voras, marjorie darvls, yolanda longel, jean byllca, stove jr., dan lorain; constance kreeger, izold, alice mcdermott, floronce saegert, irene howard, shaffer, ruth barrls, helen brucker, abraham, donna pumphrey eileen nine seeking township filing intention term trustee, fivo throe justicc peace nosl- tions moobius seeks re clerk. adolph heiiizerling, art tol-hurst thomas malasptno a,aft01' townsili trustee ,. heiiizerling serving filling unexpired late brucker. e. ! engle, w. ii. morris justice peace. elected. engle reelection. foster, incumbent, running. neal ludwig louis merchant trustees aro unexpired. unopposed scouts plan part boy scout troop celebration, scoutmaster sam reported. flag raising ceremony each pageant parking lot being available general utility purposes. south pageant, said. doors start again congregational gym nbout october, stated. agriculture field friday. group clarence gerber inspect various types hybrid corn grown country. full program ready fun, frolic frivolity. menu set residents, friends, 24th winding 27th. fittingly commemorate 125th anniversary founding left undone. every type entertainment provided program. vote queen residents reminded only remains favorite selection contest closes thursday understand selected, here tickets now sold "salute sandstone" given nights celebration. tickets, valued 50 cents each, strips $1.00. strip stub 1000 votes. name your stub, deposited boxes located mischka's restaurant webster's pharmacy siess thursday, cents. patron reserved section, purchasers names printed official entitled choice seats stubs entitle purchas- purchase patrons offer $1.00 expires ers 3000 votes queen. however sale list girls alrealy entered box any wishing enter so. 11 in. town hull. requested attend. arc daisy felton, elaine mahar, krengcr, stllgeubiiuer. behrendt, doris miller, betty baus, hogrefe, june draga, josephino dybinski, mar- jorio kriog, christina davis, neva barris, braun, joan brown, evelyn thomas, koepp, marjorio bechtel, edna mae lehman, brill, leona beverly brue ula johnson amiherst, gall, theresa rich, norma slack, kalmeyer, mori, bette bechsteln heupsner, anfherst, guid naomi bock. artisans! attention among attractions planned committee exhibit amherst-made goods. display factory homemade products arranged direction nord paul wottring, ah artisans, whoso workrooms back yard, cellar attic most heartily invited specimens craftsmanship division display, please communicate wottring. powers, chairman old, man woman, matter what taste, something interest everyone amherstltes can afford miss. biggest you can. there's colorful spectacular presented cast 00; mhmjmoth, street equally 0 floats .entered tomorrow (friday); annual event northern draft horso assn., fall colt show colts parade; gun shoot fish game assn. grounds; thrilling exhibitions firemen; scintilating drills teanib; concert famed glee club; host ball 'games, tennis tournaments, sporting events, carnival, etc. completely lined more changes planned. originally scheduled replaced others. melodramas hickory grange cancelled series misunderstandings. instead serve chicken dinner church tuesday, float' candidate queen, contest. during sponsored st. joseph's opening meal noon inter-club rotary evening fuldheim speaker. rev. hunter, former minister war veteran, chief speaker memorial services wednesday morning. addition flower deal table arrange-ements; antique show; pro- ducts, individual store windows progress 25 years. carnival concessions rides park-av. blocked off merrymakers. above almiost impossible all. remember dates, away: sunday, monday, wednesday, sept. 24-27. fred holzhauer, finance committee, 82 business citizens signed pledges underwriting expenses legion elect elmer post american tako rooms hall adjutant reports offl-ers october nomination -week. urged meeting.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1939-09-15|
|Date of Original||1939-09-15|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1939-09-15 21 36|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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