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(v the amherst news-times vol. xxi, number 43 friday, november 3, 1939 sandstone center of world o 0 killed in auto j accident saturday death came suddenly t claude miller, 33, early morning when car he was driving crashed into a tree at intersection routes c7 and 264, known as "dead man's curve." miller accompanied by john carter "walter torno. suffered fractured skull four broken verte'braes. has been serious condition for several days. torno reeclved split up, cuts, bruises from shock. however, ho released hospital. well here, having worked standard oil gas btation years. tho past few years employed crane operator national tube co. born garmanla, w. va., but moved to edlnburg, v. where spent most his life. nine ago married former florence schaef-fer they have made their homo here since then. addition wife, is survived two children, claude, jr., 8, jean, 6, parents, mr. mrs. arthur f. sister, h. groff, bellaire, ohio. eagles honored presidents am-herrt were special party held monday night aerie home. ten 17 present ard each given lapel pin. guests introduced hugh mcgarvey pins presented lyle castle, director district nine. previously had charge meeting. thoso attending wero bill barber, c. a. lauer, phil braun, george jake kosenkranz, elmer baker, p. meesig, e. foster, nal-ley jack bruce. gave short talk. representatives also elyrla sandusky. meeting followed local aftor business session, program entertainment consisting music now orchestra, selections vermilion quartet an entertaining session magic 'by hachen wellington. later refreshments served group singing wab led quartet. night's affair membership campaign committee committee. caught stealing apples joe malinowsky 28th-st lorain fined 1 costs mayor cooper's court night. charged with on carl clough property west town. au courant club entertained wednesday hamann. mickie says -td sewd you tuis paper, tw boss aust pay bills' shouldn't mind yf asks mou vus evw year. something mighty interesting taking place in-the football game this crowd watching. nearly all eyes are glued one direction. maybe it end run, or long forward pass whatever took interest spectators. seeks victory win undisputed grid title needing gain champions northern ohio league, high comets will face sailors tomorrow (friday) afternoon. unbeaten, tied last week medina, go tilt holding slight edge over three other rivals, vermil ion, imedlna clearvlew. first wins da tie. based point system used clearvlew second pace loss while 'medina wins, tie defeat. vermilon tangling medina clearview be playing what promises whale game. performance against comets, teams rate about equal. no matter how juggle comparative scores, even. both defeated wellington same score. beat 28 19 offensive gamo lost clear-view 3 defensive ibattle. played even terms these clubs. results games loudon everything points big hand game, large delegation if fans really want see good bo deck completely outplayed half thursday night, back dominate put hole right off bat sam truscello decided play punt safe rather than catch run ball downed 4 yard line. ' kicked taylor returned 20 yards 40 hau five down mldfield. added six nass incomnlete tnvlnr stopped. then sammy after apparently deciding ten, stopped hit front him bounced left before could grab it. drove 13 amherst's kick ten. frederick got ibeautiful quick that traveled co yards. shortly quarter recovered ott's fumble 47 launched another drive went 22 very tense moment 15 penalty set them back. downs frederick's blocked 45. rau burst through side line ott nailed behind. plays carried gun ended half. break third period wind out -tf 'bolinds haas intercepted medina's threat. thl3 up field. only passer, between goal don-ny men interference. bounds 44. scoring bid final marched mldfield 10 neither team threatened again. emma hunter passed away wed. hunter. 70, oldest residents, 7 m. williams hest illness more years, which time she confined her bed. elyria-av. member congregational church sang choir witli mother father njid sisters. slip ladies aid society w.c.t.u. children. miss mary hunter, can-adaza, new york, helen marshall, rural valley, pa., ray pitts, walter lorain; sisters, lucy horn, amherst, katheriue merthe, elyria, brother, frank lake-wood; grandchildren. funeral services frlday aflel'noon ut con i gregational church. f.o.e. initiation hosts aeries monthly candidates expected initiated. becauso meeting, regular wll officers havo work elyria officers. during growing english walnuts walnuts' traditions holiday season, hard candy oranges. rarity find your backyard. dr. mcqueen them, less abundance. trees course there trick though. roots' walnut can not stand cold weather climate impossible grow them. tuicmed- shoots native trees, although still young, bearing nuts style. drama class date nov. 16th celebrated comedy "you can't take you" chosen cla school next presentation. 10. filled situation another, story unfolds life average american family, contrasting millionaire family subtle manner. seemingly mad, happy-go-lucky sycamore finally convinces audience rest madder. members cast include, yvonno mcqueen, whlton, paul meitzke, joy van nuys, alice linn, harold telzerow, wilhelm, billy bruce, virginia stevens, bob edwards, richard becker, russell krieg, shirley sweet, albert tyson, behrendt, margie lawrence, jim schulz, drosdowskl mccann. penton acting manager assisted alberta strauss. others technical department stage manager; wilhelm sound technicians; stago designer; sevens assistants; dorothy berger edith kouren, dressers; beverly manager, betty barrls, assistant. receives word sister received anna krieger, 84, seattle, washington, j. hen-gen, hazel-st. krieger resident marriage. lived until 1911 seattle. burial study host musical account 15111 robertson's trip europe summer wore highlights afternoon home 1, g. maxwell. maxwell lud wig, alexander, fred powers, shelley olllette. musical. pt-ogriim.waii.iivji. der direction louise matthews, teacher, consisted clari net solo truscello, sev eral numbers girls' sextet, vocal solo, evelyn izold clarinet trio, james bauer william ehrman, jr. brief talk ilig-elow plan emmitt, akron, program. tea 11 guests. k. merritt hostess. vacation proxy powers (continued week) boat hobertson across channel touched shores france, believe appreciated, couldn't before, why feeling kinship exists among peoples speaking nations. strangeness dress anu manners, me speecu, too, uniformed dock hands porters, darting hither yon disembarking passengers. looked comical, like chorus boys tells tale foreign land. presume travelor arrives paris element change noticed less. ono thing, he's become it; being world's famous cities reasons colorful joseph's coat, s always cosmopolitan people inhabiting pension stay french capital, becamo acquainted charles rogers ob-erlin, may imagine pleasuro experienced other's company indeed mutual one. bui sent picture post card paris, probably didn't know then, board race election spotlight day draws near, political speculation becoming main topic conversation. appears carrying major campaign, working using personal approach votes. unusual angles year'3 comes education. because filed office, so voters receive ballots, names printed 'ghost walks" village workers spirit ilallowp'on banging an- imu-r any rate, ithnast" walked wednes-l'iy employees. -thr words did get heir semi-monthly checks. clerk believes treasury enough money meet payroll. bases belief fact months, check $500 village's share sales tax eighth month. would say just finish year financially without checking up. said some coming june collections exactly much. payroll amounts sgg0, said, unless remaining county though employees again wait checks wedding oct. 8 revealed - , ,t announcement brucker ellzajbeth shepherd sunday, greenup, kentucky. smith, " spinks, couple ken tucky. weding ceremony performed justice peace smith. brucker, who steward inn, bride make jefferson-st. chose subject ever source fascination me, notre dame gargoyles. pictured adorning section cornices cathedral, dim view city dis tance. gargoyles damo over, doubt us accepted appear nlght-marlsh animals carved stone. should wonder ing too much aro there, might reach dictionary gargoyle is: "in medieval gothic architecture, projecting stone waterspout, often form grotesquely shaped man animal." brought miuaturo reproduction gar goyle him, along its (this particular happens assuming horizontal attitude) little furrow continues thru head outlet creature's ,mouth. sired must sardonlcal frame time, seem thrusting tongues spewing water rainy weather, it's general. truly, gargoyles' utter abandonment lmplshness do-continued page 2 wiitten ballot. announced intention seeking offices. nord sharp, members, bay jewett tom mayor's attracting attention town politicians. heads respective slates, naturally cooper, republican candidate, michael, democratic hardest. parties full tickets council republicans hold 5 margin. re-olection sajbiers, ed menz, alvin brown d. fleckner. latter, ran ticket election, appointed fill vacancy flnnegan latter residence outside corporation limits. koepke sixth candidate. henry kane, democrat council, art messig. herman beesing, wohlever, cox smith democrats running solon's seats. incumbent return position public affairs. ifl wragg filling term late kaser. teamed harry ruth krugman republi-feiu ticitet: lahiff, barber bauer. democrat, re-election opposed berger, republican, making attempt politics. allie kuss, unopposed treasurer. independent races, township trustee job, justico positions moeblus clerk. adolph heinzerling, unexpired lato tlhurst, thomas moasplno laraway trustee's job. engle, smythe, morris michael office. elected. vandalism peak destruction iby supposedly youthful vandals reached 25 street lights -were broken. total bulbs month 100, baird, superintendent light plant, reported. every town, damage centered franklin-av jackson-st district, baird stated. coopor issued warning anyono breaking taken immediately faco probate minor tj jail jurisdiction court. effort halt vandalism, cooper police patrolling village. davis, son n. church-bt, injured weeks ago, waa miami hospital friday. .brought zilch invalid cor. m
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1939-11-03|
|Date of Original||1939-11-03|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1939-11-03 21 43|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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