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c.v (a the amherst news-times vol. xxii, number 20 friday, may 24, 1940 at junior-senior reception sandstone center of world t 9 tabulate bids on light plant until board public affairs doiinltoly decides upon physical character proposed electric very little can be understood from received. were made tho specifications as drawn up, with reservations by that certain items eliminated. definitely determines which these are to included, will have no significance people. sam wragg, president board, .said tuesday it would probably bo this week-end before was done, but he predicted iho final cost about $4,000 less than $130,000 maximum bet council. somo dissatisfaction for 'the construction building seen, however, in action asking engineer rewrite specifications. c. k. henry co. low first tabulation engines, generators, exciters, switchboard and wiring a bid ?55,100 deductions instruments alternate panel $810. b. keller company's ot 532,931 boilers, settings stokers an omission superheaters $2,400. no. 4 contract bidder cannot determined whether or not feed water treatment equipment shall included. including general piping $17,922.45, if is omitted lelb jackson 516,530 low. another entire plant, exception building, tile drave corpora tion, cleveland. their some high others, total bld.of $119,500 after eliminating all items. eagles hold initiation monday aerie ibe hosts members district nine includes lorain, elyria, wellington, sandusky norwalk next night monthly initiation. fish fry held connection meeting. large class candidates initiated. wednesday joint installation officers 'bo ladies' auxiliary. birthday party installation. two new initiated night. who take places are: president, j. a. becker; vice hugh mcgarvoy; chaplain, gordon hoffman; secretary, ihenry raes-ler; treasurer, ed moeblua; conductor, harold segraves; inside guard, ralph thomas; outside edwin berger; trustee, vincent nalley. don fullmer retiring president. auxiliary past helen wacker; rose lauer; betty fackler; maude bahl; aurel sausaman; lucinda frieda youngless; pianist, mildred ward; nellie wilker, drill team captain, kathryn nalloy. state gerald nau elyria installing officer. barbers plan june here plans lor month discussed meeting chapter master association. mc-garvey'a vermilion. convention mans field early july also dls-j wm. ehrman, wesley smith carl .ernst attended juniors seniors annual j prettily decorated special event gorgeous y only three days school left more remain pupils schools. full schedules maintained monday, tuoday, there thursday friday. report cards distributed saturday morning 10 m., supt. f. r. powers announced week. kathleen rainey weds brennen miss rainey, daughter mr. mrs. earl cleveland, roy brennen, son david united marriage afternoon. scene wedding, the" parsonage st. joseph's church rev. fr. james h. smith, pastor, officiating. attendants agnes sister groom, mc-garvey. both her attendant wore blue tailored suits gardenia corsages. following service, immediate families home bride's aunt, william cashman south amherst. graduate school, '34 employed connecticut products mi's. schoob. ajstory p. remembering george parker knew them both. story soldiers marched side warm soft afternoon may. breezes blowing, too, day prettier. fluttered red white striped flag brass eagle atop staff soldier wide-brimmed hat carrying, while other lltlo picked up "ra-ta-tat-tat-tat" noises 'bright hair beating out drum tossed over neighbors that's how sound heard way down street. now it's fair you should know neither really fighting time i'm telling of. yourself had 'been you'd seen man boy marching sido decoration parade. havo known every one he'd been gone w.ars long enough raise family children grandchildren, matter. ono going tie even his mother. people supposed wab mostly civilized passed when men destroy life beauty kill malm wholesale attired formal dresses, junior senior classes spent "nite club." gym transformed into southern spot entertained reception. tables arranged tiers around row being higher other. floor kept clear dancing before, during supper. sophomores served waiters waitresses. edward horvath acted toast-master program followed banquet. powers' topic "magnolia blossoms." john ruth, class, talked "south border" truscello, speaking "gone wind." show comprised music rainbow trio, ventriloquist group tap dancers lorain. faculty wives guests class. tickets go sale commencement exercises kuss drug store, it. powoi'3 today. seats reserved. manner, just gain own selfish ends. wasn't past, nor ever be, good believed living fools' paradise. now, particular town hall beginning instead house. did because liked better schoolmates. could see anyhow looking same plain excepting day. then, always giggled silly push-od each they forming line, didn't like this. mother taught him solemn occasion. marching, so straddled cannon half yard while, then ho hid enemy behind 'breastworks balls piled five minutes told more'n hour still early. walked itself, climbing stone steps reverently tiptoeing cool depth corridor hlg (continued page 2) unior - last oung ladies stepped gowns permanents. social functions girls women mem- ibers breakfast m. saturday. male teachers entertain boys friday noon. alumni 31 rarents, relatives friends 1910 graduating week extended invitation attend evening 31st. thu commltter reminding everyone must tuesday. ham served. banquet those do care dance. supplied jack flynn's orchestra. prizes given game. principal speaker miscellaneous presented. census taker you? bureau believes has possible means persons 16th decennial population taken community. spite effort conducting tremendous task within limited provided iby law, quite few inadvertently missed. any reason believe included current census, requested fill blank below forward immediately supervisor named therein promptly takon add your name important government document. albert .mntuszak, 140 e. markot street, akron, ohio best my knowledge belief, i boon addition myself omitted. signed a... street address ,. .... city note: moved above since april 1, 1940, please give information. former date change hostess nite schmltz circle examinations aro winding scholastic career? 19-10 school. fifty-nine swing activities sunday baccalaureate services peter's evangelical reformed church. clats observed graduation ceremony wednesday. 31. grove patterson, editor toledo blade make nominating speech states senator robert taft republican cvrjimoji month, speaker. i. g. maxwell, education, present diplomas numbers clarinet solo truscello harp ora mae schaeffer. valedictorian draga. others won honors scholarship doris miller, wilhelm, lois ehlert, florenco behrendt, martha holl-stein, crete young myrtle barckert. year 33 pirls ain2g boys. mary abraham, clara acevez. leroy albrccht, anthony, barckert, bardar, bans, dick becker, florence dorothy berger, noble blennan, marie bradley, louise chlchay, dean, draga, drosdowskl, duie, bob edwards, loi3 esslg, franklin, ray frederick, fuhrman, george, lewis good, griffin, herbst, ruth hogrefe, lucilio hoffner, norma hollings-wortli, hollstein, jackson, jaeger, norman kurth, margaret lawrence, alice linn, mccann, paul meitzke, frances munlga, marjorle naglo, ott, ponton, marilyn pietch schroeder, schwartz, shand, janet springer, virginia stevens, irene towne, telzerow, leona twigg, .joseph, whiton, voung young. grange rural hickory tree congregational observance sunday. dinner hall. impromptu thoso divided groups arrange program. knlttlo kenneth alexander captains groups. kuntz guest. tiecause holiday week, rublishod rather thursday. allow employees enjoy (he advertisers advantageous. pre-holiday advertising. corvespjiidunts tiro asked notice cluiiige memorial rev kuntz, pastor church, rive chlrf da minimi complete yet include musical essay senior. mayor michael offered prize $5 uie written delivered member fraternal organizations village representatives march lineup used recent years again utilized. herman short selected american legion parade nwrshall. form front 9:30 aiid cemeteries where wreaths placed graves firing squad w ill salute. twenty-two students awarded auditorium evening. eighteenth nual presentation 'diplomas arus clyde heussner, education. graduates were: joseph bechstein, ida botos, marian cash-man, richard dostall, drew, evelyn fahrney, gall, jones, kolmeyer, koba, lence, pajor, theresa rich, shairba, simashkevich, slack, samuel glenn thompson, marjorio zukowskl, szuch. consisted of: processional, orchestra; invocation, schmidt; "the green cathedral", glee club; address, dr. allen, professor education western reserve university school; "novsl-etto," english award, sponsored study club schriner pajor; award walter krueck, thompson cashman; litzen-berg; diplomas, heussner; announcement lltzenberg slmashkevlch, second; benediction, schmidt concluded orchestra playing "its tops". motto "we crossed bay, ocean lies us. colors, sliver; flower, gardenia. service elmer johnson post, amer lean legion, sun morning. meet rooms 10:30 body. 11 m -with dellv' ering address. committee appointed fix cemetery markers 2:30 twenty charles kendelgh chairman. minor matters occupy solons many came night's council required considerable discussion session nearly o'clock. councilmon mayor's office regular business. investigate accident police car. d. fleckner, secretary trustees, said examiner declared salary set-up 3cmetcry sexton illegal changed. present, getting $70 months ?g0 per winter months. collects fees digging graves, average ?400 ear. trustees wish straight $100 month. discus-ion, solans tabled krause fuhrman presented petition several residents tenney-av, seeking traffic facilities intersection sprlng-st tenney-av. pointed great small live endangered drivers use speedway. signers felt stopped intersection, eliminate speeding. councllmen agreed voted place four stop blgns there, making spring-st addition, paint sign road. instructed enforce legislation. o. fleming granted permission trunk line sewur runs sana- 'tcjiwultt-jl -ottring . astd mission -put storm sewer forest hill drive expense. authority cut elyria-av, near driveway, top. open ditch, 50 feet 8) sell poppies dimes quarters dropping coin boxes poppy workers day, 25, bring hope happiness thousands disabled war veterans coming year, sarab rehabilitation chairman post 118, unit auxiliary, stated today contin ued preparations observ ance "poppy contributions chief support auxiliary's vast welfare sacrificed health strength nation's service," she said. "although 22 the. big am erican battles war, hospitals filled capacity veterans. hospitals, unable carry unaided. "ilast help 126,251 veterans, expending 1986,387.71 work. largo part money contributions, without we such extensive aid unfortunato men. our volunteer penny count, understanding sympathetic fact, expanding pennies dollars benefit disabled. "most contributed right lorain-co work among dependent here. constantly suro country its timo need thoir need."
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1940-05-24|
|Date of Original||1940-05-24|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1940-05-24 22 20|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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