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the amherst news-times vol. xxi, number 42 friday, october 27, 1939 sandstone center of world 9 water works levy not on nov. ballot despite earlier intentions village council, -will vote a special $60,000 to flnanco part purchase co., at november election. council had secured approval from county auditor put before people 'but nothing further was done. inasmuch as must bo advertised tfour consecutive weeks, it is too late now regular called for an assessment 1.2275 mills and would have netted $60,000. intention use this works, remainder price be financed by mortgage revenue lionds. only here will one three-fourths mill. renewal in effect provide operating costs disposal system. k p's busy schedule ahead week local with three events scheduled. tonight (thursday) most officers several members are planning visit holman lodge lorain. all expected there meeting sort organization new recently installed. monday night, plans open followed hallowe'en program. party families friends members. entertainment, refreshments' dancjnjr. -- tuesday night public dance 'held music furnished orchestra, knights melody. included orchestra geoffrey monger, james elirman, wm. ehrman, jr., robert ger-ber, jim wesbecher, bruce l'umphrey, richard aschenbach, hob fleckner, sammy truscello, bauer douglas harris. church circle met mrs. wenzel st. joseph's thursday homo 'mrs. william wen-zel. were made serve noon day club next thursdays. also card held school discussed. following business meeting, five hundred played. high honors went j. ryan, second arthur schmitz third albert schmitz. joe ryan received consolation prize michael wohlever, door prize. . games, two course luncheon served wenzel. tho meet again parish hall. entertain. imickie says ( what if (siz.wesses h towm makjm1 more momev tv1au us we ait uot o' satisfactioh outo'beim'ableto uelp folks, am' iu makikl' better msvp pupils get holiday friday o f schools enjoy morrow (friday) when teach ers iforsake classrooms take northeastern ohio teachers convention cleveland. lorain-co but affect parochial schools. however, latter enjoyed columbus other session. eagles plan many fall activities full program winter season planned aerie eagles. discussion scheduled near future occupied night. past presidents honored held. refreshments lunch. urged attend. charge membership campaign committee, consisting hugh mcgar-vey, hay mercer, beregs-zazy harold segraves. short district nine connection armistice program, which ex-service men vicinity invited, evening, 10. ,the eagles, their friends. committee arrangements includes clyde donnelly, ed moebius, hale bechtel, harvy sablers, charles henry hammill, paul mori bill bruce. nelsen, chairman entertainment n-nounced that series" dances start 1 every wednesday he said underway ping pong tournament lach, pete schwitzke bob lauer. monthly initiation ibe hero 6, announced. walther league rally junior paul's lutheran host sunday 130 zone three. occasion annual zone. opened vesper service 4:30 p. m. rev. r. c. bosse. topic his sermon "loyal christ." altar conducted duwe oberlin. eighty attended banquet parlors g ladies aid society. visitors welcomed edwin saogert kenneth block, elyria, respond ed. work done given wal ter summers, president league. various reports activi ties given. during session, skatng christmas party. brownhelm woman buried funeral services afternoon na kassay, 64, brownhelm, who died hospital early morning. born hungary, kassay camo country 29 years ago lived lorain until four months she came brownhelm. survivors include her husband, joseph; son, stevo, grandchildren. bela basco. pastor elyria hungarian reformed church, officiated last rites burial elmwood cemetery. bringing grapes top photo shows john micuda standing -fan bumper truck jusvjfinished loading ready juice press. amelia vyparina micuda. lower picture leimbach black team hauling crates filled corn cobs. farmers everywhere been taking advantage nice weather. t,o viuiucls i iciy lights 8 p.m. coming out tough battle against clearview clippers long end 13 6 score, comets face another stiff test they invade 'medina game under lights. fact captured straight games havo ibeen scored once, go into medina fray definitely underdog. coach sam masi has charges rolling steam now, after slow start. encounters, swamp-od london 25 0 wellington 31 0. defeated these same foes touchdowns respectively. having time lives trying stop ray waters week, tricky individual tonight. don taylor spearhead attack especially noted ability running back kicks. present time, alone victories. medina, vermilion tied place victories defeat while weellington both seeking first victory setbacks. vermilion. teams heavy favorites. way outclassed half, closing minutes tie score then took advantago break half register over clear view. edge downs. reputation being uu-scpred blasted play wat ers, paying no attention roputatlon, wriggled loose trapped well line scrimmage raced 63 yards touchdown. ttlgedeon bibles .uruiua uuuci beautiful run, clear-view star zig-zagging so don-ny haas could shot him rear. haas' desperate lunge almost caught grasping hand find hold rear water's pants. attempted kick .for extra point blocked. returned 30 -and advanced 4s truscello fumbled 50. lost ball 24 frederick quick kicked where escaped 45. van keuren recovered fumble 45 marched 23. down heaved pass intended franklin defender bat pass, momentarily officials ruled .touchback. own 20 18 ott grabbed petovsek's air. period, 7 passed carried ten yard line. 5 vi added 3 tries failed point. different period. stopped 14 35. fourth quarter, eight didn't miss. gained exploded goal right thru middlo threatened, th"e wore its fifth victory. used gedeon bibles, re cently figured controversy oberlin, placed home rooms school. action wafc taken board education letter read offering bibles. agreed accept offer. routine. vacation proxy robertson's summer trip through europe mhs. v. it. i'owkks story realization dream million americans cherish always. relates series glorious experiences began bright june day, ceased abruptly later war lords commenced oil rusting cogs ancient machinery records history wars. because young man whose good fortune generally liked admired about town wo happy know his, rejoice ho arrived safely manner, narration worthy around handed family generations come. robertson sailed york harbor queen mary juno. crossing 4'j days, and, cherbourg ashoro paris-bound passengers, docked south' hamptou disembarked overland journey london. cousin bill's loudon, walked ton miles, showing city. bui retrace steps. procedure however wnbu't entirely successful, since mother surprise knock about! 11:30 ni. turned real shorty hull family. answered door, found lake mills, iowa, visit. hull, shorty's mother, auto accompanied fred gor-m'tm, mills. post office year post-office within out, postmaster e. o. stiwald believes. bids saturday, 3, likely contract let al immediately. specifications upon contractors basing clauso them job .be completed 300 days. building erected corner park-av prospect-st, former location zilch home. provision yet removal build ing property. ibuilding 61 feet 58 deep. platform facilitate unloading mail bags. auxiliary nov 17 discussed nlglif comprised cunningham, chairman, brill, jessie cromwell, george frank, strohmeier, har old moore, wragg mori. group voted plaque room auxiliary. tiie evening spent making surgical dressings. women asked eew - .... mentioned ills inability greenwich obser vatory begins. hardly seemed necessary see thing twice, places interest beauty visited. stay believe saw just all. them. westminister abbey, walks lightly resting some kingdom's great; black-heath streets nursery rhyme names; trafalgar square famous outposts; covent garden, enters market place, sight indeed, cur rent performance garden calls tails formal gowns; limehouse, soho, hydo regents park, toric no. 10 downing street stood buckingham palaco times than one, visited royal mews gilded carriage, king rido state occasions, housed. too, ono sees horses carriages reserved foreign diplomats. saw, palace whitehall where, elizabeth once gavo audlenco poet namo shape- spearo, attentively listened continued page 4 wisdom plant still doubted red tape, anally ceived word government approved changing diesel engines municipal light here. those concerned best became evident conrad zilch, 'board affairs, stated position wednesday. , "my actual conviction cannot keep rates now. cost everything already gone up. coal increased $1 ton." increases thrown engineer's estimate kilter, admitted answer question. weeks ago, pwa authorities washington pointed cheaper accepted co. yule progr'm although seems like away, peier's started chrl3tmas ebbs. combined a. sunday, dec. midnight evening. beginning tureen supper, p ri-v. k:hmlu 'gave-'a talk missions reported john's south 477 cans fruit potatoes apples cleveland city mission recently. miss helen roemer, edith heller schmidt named investigate desk secretary. social lunch served. s. mayor garland court mayor's office. fined $100 each driving intoxicated assessed $2 toxication. donald clark, norwalk, habert hahn, 34, lorain, guilty intoxicated. george, steely, 57, toxication charge. threo jail sit fines. hahn steely faced "kangaroo" court. paid tobacco fund. explains linoleum may or's hall laid favorablo appearance cooper week. seldom uses e, b. neptune, township relief cases. authorized purchaso yoar ago. daughter boitn mr. leimbach, hospital. formerly margaret brandau,
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1939-10-27|
|Date of Original||1939-10-27|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1939-10-27 21 42|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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