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the amherst news-times volume xxi, number 40 friday, october 13, 1939 sandstone center of world (ft firemen to make inspection today j will their annual thursday and friday. is made annually during fire prevention week. all business houses be carefully inspected for file hazards, find tin oughout residential sections inspect back yards ami other places see that additional tire hazards are not lurking in unsuspected 'amherst's loss this past year has been very low, due principally fact both men residents have cooperated with department reducing chances fire", said chief a. g. stiwald. "however, there can no let-up vigilance, a disastrous could easily follow just little carelessness eliminating hazards. we've got keep eternally at it if wo wish maintain record we now have," said. as part observance week ;i talk given children school either or town by begin (thursday) completed tomorrow (friday;. edith ehrman head chiefs election officers was feature meeting 'past jchiefs temple pythian sisters hold monday night mrs. george bans c. lauer entertaining home former. miss chosen president mayme schaeffer, vice president; j. b. avery, secretary, hoffner, treasurer. latter two were reelected. included reading reports grand sessions cincinnati last month. following session, cards played awards going carter, mis3 ella jaeger henry raesler. lunch then served id members hostesses. next held first november paul linden walter miller local merchants give owl stamps church organizations groups saving sales tax redemption aro offered another means raising money through col lection stamps. several purchases, redeemable book merchandise. . each 25 cent purchase full worth ?2.00. mickie says f va kim sell- ast more goods wot teu-lkl' folks 'bout, thenathem itpoktt pay advertise mp plans new post office on specifications postoffice building erected here postoffice. bids construction nvust nov. 3. call cc feet wide 58 deep. present approximately 30 foot frontage 50 addition, 20 loading platform rear. bo located corner prospect-st park-av, former zilch property. fall cleanup start cleanup, similar one every spring, lie week, mayor e. cooper reported today. requested -to put rubbish curb beginning thursday, employees village street pick up take dump. time but pointed out would get rid before winter thtn. eliminate breeding placets rats. g'ang expected finish ob end barring unusual weather con ditions. allison nicholl died suddenly friends shocked, learn wednesday nicholl, 17, native man, his sleep 4311 prospect-av. cleveland. 'death came who had visiting heie only day before. he complained sore throat otherwise seemed good health. well known amherst, son anna k. late h. nicholl. member american legion, having seen service prance. years ago sought republican nomination primaries defeated e cooper. survived mother, wife, esther, funeral arrangements charge incomplete press, convention postmaster stiwald spending washing ton d. c, where attending putting old relics work our future f. powers seem, from observations, antique display, celebration program, invited merited attention. unlike its sister attraction, completo classy utile flower show whose lovely blooms drooped faded days wore on, show's wealth exhibits swelled passing tlmo. while best opening night, exhibit antiques reached peak evening four-day anniversary commemoration. it, seeing tho many delightful articles, some them century old, brought in, remembering: "why, i something homo beliovo go nice ly here," shortly entry "made. those fascinating music iboxes belonging mr. john jones vermilion, afternoon. thus jones, collects boxes south pre-school enrolled classes morning. they gather around table cut-outs leaves, under direction teacher. second ported community center. mother-daughter married saturday an ceremony, mildred strauss, church-st, her daughter, alethla, united marriage morn ing joseph miacdonald, fair- view, sabo, respectively. double wedding , took place congregational 1 parsonage wakeman hev. eastman, officiating. young couple left aftc ceremony trip tc cook's forest pennsylvania macdonald went immediately fail-view sabo re turn residence church-st bride's mother formerly lived. attended high school. owner s & garage n ' ,i80 years, retired tuesday :donald, lived ! here. mac eight fail-view. st. paul's elected quarterly lutheran featured officers. results were:s ray grugel, trustee; chris arndt louis schick, jr., elders; leinhos, wlllard mengel carl auditing committee, edwin saegort, delegate district synod conference fort wayne june. fellowship banquet month planned. supervision trustees. financial quarter read routine. postmasters' convention. accompanied wife earl, jr. hobby unconsciously paid tribute bear pardonable pride, amherst's antiques, over exhibited treasures publicly. believe built stories histories precious array, over, set sturdily shelves lay simple elegance 'the glass cases, clouded mystery eternal silence, speaking thru characteristics shape size medium which fashioned, tell what purpose niche lofty low saga achievements written poetry prose. milk-white teapot, long blender snout. once belonged english lady child isle wight estate adjoining royal princess victoria often. girls playmates, when lady, owned continued page 7 kindergarten open communitv again. twenty-four daughter brides strauss alethia saturday. became macdonald, sabo. veteran fireman signal sounded department's truck hurrie;, way scene alarm, siren screaming clear path, familiar figures riding boys truck. captain christ wilker harmon cahl presented gold honorary badges recognition ot department. knew oxactly how wil-ked 35 years. least hose marahall, position same rank captain. marshal! early days, recent times always job report condition equipment. "in de partment most faithful workers ever phil braun, department, complimented highly brief retirement ceremonies night. "as pta heard committees mon. various occupied session year. musical program piano duet norma pamela wavrick clarinet solo heller. marjorio bril! gave faculty introduced supt. ii. powers. masons visit lorain lodge stoning-ton lodge, m. 24th fiftieth observed. lodge's charter nverabers 'be 50-year pins state mastor meeting. am-herst order lodge. kindergarten, operated mo jon ine iireiiien know exact conditiouof reg ularly, raported regularly, mid showed exactly everything in. "both these faithfully, loses veiy valuable servants. aiimvered calls promptly meetings great deal interest work", hraun speech. (ic yeais 37 old. 4s ."2 strangely enough, uncle nephew. joined "dutch settlement", north side town. name benefit production play, "k body's hero" spun sored aunounc ed mil ler, group. committee are: finance, schulz, mckenzle harry ruth; mary kaser mrs, thomas bruce, decora tions, n.. s. hearn; publicity. (jrayce purcoll, wil-mah egeland lucy roomer; costumes, agnes smith, edwards, jonue mcgarvey janet smith. originally scheduled oct. -2fi 27, play postponed date lias yet set. awaiting word light plant change officials arc still await approval proposed doisel steam en gines municipal plant, received so far ap proved engineering pwa washington must approved finance legal departments. again pumpkins kinds connection wpa sup final rites fred leuzler k eii leuzltr, 59, resident .anii. erst 55 hospital after 111 quite time. leuzlor moved parents age four henrietta born. ontploy- d standard oil co. foi three worked crucible co lorain. gertrude, sons, erick, oborlin, lee hen ry home; ituth, lit home, half-sister, allie plans, brownhelm. funral services afternoon home. uev. hayes, pastor evangelical church, otficiated service. burial brownhelm cemetery. girl weds man elizabeth szarka, daugh ter bernard n. lako-st, brido charles kelley, mott morsing hungarian reformed church. rev. danlol bodor officiated julia bride, maid honor lawrence paige, wellington, man. bride father. reception relatives close birde. newlyweds west, planning columbia, mo., journey arkansas, tennessee southern states. kelley employed general industries elyria. oberlin plant. apartment wyndmoore place, oberlin. physics exam joe whlton, senior, won prize examination college. whlton awarded scholarship fine showing, r. pictures rotary convenion international cleveland monday. shown ic five guests. guests dr. f, woese, wallaceberg, ontario, robert noftz, liberty, 111., w, tlbbals, elyria, dew, oberlin, art engle, travels wellington fri. prospects interesting title races northern ohio league moves into action eyes fo-i used surprising vermilion team. leaping limelight 'a 2 19 victory medina, sailors game ( tlioy invado c'learview co-champion clearvlow pro-sea favorites year, attempt winning column tonight formal dedication stadium. london furnish opposition. meanwhile comets chalked third straight vory pleasing indeed friday against dukes lost one, bowing might clearvlew 13 0 triumphed ashland jay vees 14 12. started sensational stylo attack bogged down remainder sluggish. kicked wildcats jim wolfe ball yard line. plays netted 39 penalized 15 illegal use hands boforo truscello intercepted pass ic. evans 45 being pulled van kouren recov- ered fumble. frederick mado throe ott fake kick formation, sail aroend own right yarriiyor touchdown. try extra point blocked. picked seven tries. returned punt 34 gained haas added nine. passed 26 gain 28. mixup signals, instantly smothered. tossed lateral later away gain. franklin 10 five. caught violation shift yards. 12 saun ders zone threat. neither team threatened until near reachr- line running net nine fourth wie incomplete. "with about minutes 44 unnecessary roughness play. fired ten 14. shot flat scored untouched. point. boy michigan band ralph holzhauer, juno graduate (band. authorities information holzhauer freshman university1. dinner, theatre party king's daughters potor's enjoy dinner elyria tonlghl (thursday). attend asked meet 6:30 p.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1939-10-13|
|Date of Original||1939-10-13|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1939-10-13 21 40|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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