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the amherst news-times vol. xxii, number 19 friday, may 17, 1940 sandstone center of world new pta officers installed monday installation was a-feature meeting parent-teacher association at. tho school night. supt. v. r. towers .installed mrs. nina pen-ton as president; thomas bruce, vice homer haines, secretary, and karl cotton, treasurer. penton gave a brief response. short talks were also given by powers retiring president, walter miller. during business session, it agreed to add five dollars s10.g4 collected at april organization give drama class for presenting program. open house observed the. there displays throughout building. one these model village constructed members civics class. entertainment furnished junior orchestra sym-phonettes, style show, demon strations commercial science departments, powers, jack wilhelm robert eppley on patrol one-act play' reveal schedule bible rov. kenneth kuntz this week named superintendent vacation bo sponsored min isterial june 3 14. classes will meet each day two weeks, primary group from 9 10: 45 in termediate groups 11:30 a. m. ago limits announced rev. are: primary, 4 8; (three divisions) 8 10, 10 12 14; intermediate, 14 up. is now selecting his corps teachers. he that loland frederick would be charge department but no other ap pointments are definite yet. henrietta present play day, picnic, stolen lilacs, storm-refuge haunted its accompanying situ ations fill up four young picnickers who frolick through presentation "tho hermit's house," annual senior henrietta. ba presented high auditorium friday saturday under direction miss maurlne catlln. pro ceeds ibe used buy gift finance trip. havo spine- tickling moments while refuge bandits abodo mysterious person. an eerie, adventuresome mystery seniors unravel ultimate delight au dionce. characters include: kath erine kirby, girl, jane kendolgh; lynda holmes, her friend, virginia rottart; theo dora president bank, mother, daphne bates; ther esa spinster aunt, hel en hermit, somebody we don't know,????; bill caw- thorne gene douglas, pals, ken denger ray petty; offl cer terence muldoon, highway policeman, keith buchs; marshal crum, village's former student "da-tact-tave", elmer leim- bach; deputy, crum's puzzler 'befudler, nick maston; tall bandit, not so smart after all, don portman; shorty, bandit's accomplice crime, lewis kotho. rummage sale being conducted vacant store room next fisher's circle three st joseph's church. bake held connection saturday. gas truck driver fined $5 tuesday ?5 costs mayor john michael when found guilty of, crossing railroad track without stopping. drove across milan-av speed about 30 miles hour. law provides all gasoline trucks must stop before tracks. mother's kept eagles sunday hall nearly filled afternoon program local aeiie. sev eral aged mothers seats honor with carnation. fr. james h. smith, pastor st. atholic church, guest speaker. pointed out first started observance until became national date contrasted difference between such thpso europe bidding their sons farewell they marched war-time battles. joe niesen, chairman committee, acted master ceremonies presided over which opened unfurling flag boy scouts strains star spangled banner. included address welcome presli dont fullmer; playlet "the patchwork quilt" norma hollingsworth, dorothy berger, lois ehlert, marjorie naglo, crete young, betty barris florence uehrendt; vocal solo, "that wonderful mother mine", mi3s alma masters, accompanied sis ter, ava masters; reading, "it takes heap living make home", joan brown; "mother macree", joseph fuhrman, matsers original poems, "mother" departed mother", william bruce jr. firemen fish fry good time had fish, fire last wives officials guests. having do hickory tree grange history p. excerpts condensed written 'mrs. c. alexander she lecturer year 1933. spent weeks gathering perusing pertinent records preparation paper couldn't quite get everything. definitely true 1896 1903, concerning years even least account could wero interesting important years, too. 1873, g. fitch nearest deputy. some brother wrote ' him asked if little red brick west elyria. mr. very glad so, set date, 59 may. i can imagine 21 brothers sisters getting ready beautiful evening driving horses instead autos fitch, signing names application blank them. applicants membership wore: j. jenne, f. foote, jenno, george bevins, richmond, s. sear, samuel wilford, n. l. andrew johnson, hecoct, daniel tolhurst, amelia mary o. clara imrs. griswold, henry tyler, winners flf mm only girl entered took third place distance flying awarded medal judges. clarence brown, won kite contest. background ruth both best plane longest flying. others back row harry sabiers, donald jenkins, mackenzie dick smith. hospital well attended matron baby born sunday. flecher, formerly barker, matron, vnd ehnnn.n, hospital, among more than 0 guests -day. dozen whose babies past roses. emily dean, nurses reception committee. tea served auxiliary roth lucy roomer, presidents, pouring. kitchen cominitteo ivero mischka, hutton, maolean, 'george cunningham. griswold. soon after, nineteen people joined cotton still member society. organized 1874 front homo 'mr. cotton. tree, always historic mark grange, finally cut down way improvements road leading partnership carlisle grocery king manager. or threo opinion dormant july 21, 189g. been chosen moved north again way, following renewal charter. jaeger house, another houso, 2 amherst. 1903 wm. busy one. government tax voted improvement, our secretary notified send word favor tax. treo entertained pomona june, 1903. grangers attend meetings communications many tolling buys (continued page 4) rotary & airplane contest contsst juniors awaiting big social event season aro anxiously ibig commencement season, junior-senior lie marks night students discard everyday attire blossom iu formal dresses suits. girls boys "grow up." gym transformed into club tha evening, modeled along southern lines. tiers tables around floor, outside tier 'being study final glass exhibit e. pletch anil powers' feature roth. nicholl assistant hostesses. mrs.powers read article glass. programs fur coming appointed delegates lakeside federation 10-ii. merrit, roth, roemer, leuszler, meeting, wesbecher pouring, pietch, shelly, mrs rice, fred w. iw. nord, e i. maxwell, hubbard, gillette, foster monday's summer recess. yellow dog met here invitation dr. fcchaeffer accepted loraln-co 12, program, singing enjoyed, schaeffer several sonnets t. murphy ludwlg sang "snltzelbaum", refreshments sorved 60 members. last,: raised platform. enter, "he gym, head waiter escorted stats have reserved flynn's hand furnish music dancing thi: euebts arrive. "will alstfvs inutile banquet "patrons" danco courses. floor show follow meal. hosts raising money preparing event. advisors bob thelma mays - jim ehrman hubbard entertainment; menu decora tions faculty al shower marcella kelch showered victorian guild church party charles smith zilch co-hostess. become bride sheriff carl finegan 1. course dinner table decorations bluo yellow. group. session,' plans made mother-daughter monday. guild, marion teckawitha joining together sponsoring affair. bridge proved diversion score going ryan, peter niesen martin niusen. radican entertain weeks. arrangements memorial preliminary repre sentatives various minister glvo taking part ser vice. parade start promptly 9:30 offering prize writes delivers bent essay "decoration america". levy passed; township lost resident indicated polls prefer expense sewer disposal plant duplicate rather form quarterly assessment mill levy. however 18 sought trustees pay protection fell far necessary 65 per cent needed passage although majority. oddly enough northern end wlhhiai'c ii ff"fli k'xr 01 tno township, bene- w niiici lilu uy m t10 lovyi voled against lt mon. winnors kito exhibtion noon club. contests, athletic field, kuntz, miller paul wottring prizo went macken-zio sabiers second. brown piaco cou- test, using 180 yards string . ! kite. jenk- .second wli f.g, tiny ate 02' yards. entrant sent flights measured 34, 37 39 pursuit plane. provided musicians act "small town romeo" recently ham actors air.cmon of. avtl'islpv ilsjl f'f wlth 159 votll3- tedv 'ere'"kmpp 1v bl-utfeld' 3. eeting ted wickens lorain; floyd hull ll. b. kishman vermilion frank, call volunteers poppy servo american legion auxiliary's forces enthusiastically answered women amherst, maddaline post 118, auxil iary today. workers distribute poppies 25, proceeding rapidly. fering services assigned teams, has supply flowers working relays, streets day. response gratifying," said bruce. shows spirit patriotism much alive serve unpaid volunteers, every penny contributed popples activities disabled veterans dependent families veterans. real sacrifice theso leave homes put hours hard, unaccustomed work. roward seo blooming eyery coat tribute nation's heroic dead feel coin box grow heavy contributions 'tno war's victims. am.'sffro everyone "appreciate what doing ahl respond gladly appeal wear poppy." epworth league sponsors religious nature, featuring quartet colored elyria methodist 24. proceeds expenses peoples institutes summer. wiille precincts majority, total villago vote 24 239 against. neal ludwlg, trustees, informed failed did know step ivould be. intimated probably continue past, least, financial condition squeezed tlian ever. ?s0o jear. easily carried precinct just barely gained g5 plura-ality. 320 favorable votes 87 percentage 6c.7. balloting unusually light considerng general trend. county. rebuplican commissioners race here, voting 1c0, branson, 129, 104, baird 85, biggs 55, bratton 48, sulzenberg 33, cook 31, lowis2g cozad mciienry 13. county branson won. republican sheriff's saw favorite son, woodings, top nau hartman launch quota drive fulfill launched tie aerie eagles. district hero monday, 27th initiation 3rd. 20 candidates taken time. planned initiation. tor joint auxiliary. 28th monthly birthday it. cox jacob ilosen-kranz committee funeral murray philadelphia tuesday. aerie. hugh mcgarvey representative rites berg catherine berg, 58, died satur-day morning. death attributed heart attack suffered 1 father schleferstoln ago. native am herst life horo. corner ot elyrla-av middle ridge long boon known landmarks. peter's evangelical reformed whero schmidt officiating. surivlvors includo ber husband, armln; two. sisters, sam wragg, pomeroy, elyria; five, brothers, lorain, martin, lewis, honry burial crownhlll cemetery.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1940-05-17|
|Date of Original||1940-05-17|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1940-05-17 22 19|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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