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the amherst news-times ft '.ft 5 c0 vol. xxii, number 25 cooper to head rotary c. e. will be president of club during tho next year. he was elected at annual meeting last monday and assume his new office club's monday. othpr officers were: w. j. durllng, vice president; r. l. menz, secretary; walter miller, treasurer; conrad zilch, sergeant-at-arms. directors are: august nabakowski, cooper. f. powers, rev. kenneth kuntz, 0. nord h. menz. committees appointed for coming year program, nord, dr. p. mer-ritt nabakowski; fellowship, m. a. burris b'rank oehlke; public information, paul wottring roy stevens; community service, nabakowski ludwig thomas; rural urban, mead petty tom finnegan; music, powers kuntz; aims objectives, cooper, potty; durling; classification, durling, william baetz menz; burris, barber carl gibson; attendance, werner zilch barber; boys girls' work, kuntz g. wiseman, jr.; beautification, arthur aebersold, miller. baker guest speaker talked on international convention o in havenna which attended. miss muniga is june bride marcella muniga, .daughter ofmr. mrsmicbfel ?t"inl,-ga, married saturday by kev. fr. james smith st. joseph's church. henry kenzik, lorain, groom. gorgeous summer flowers, ferns palms decorated church, music furnished mrs. agnes bodmann joseph fuhrman. dressed white chiffon designed grecian lines, wasp waist sleeves trimmed chantily lace, neckline square skirt styled with train. a long tulle veil, made double tiers, attached tiara pearls. cross, gift ihridegroom, also worn, she carried roses lilies valley. francis maid honor. chiffon, blue accessor ies. pink (blue flowers. bridesmaid donna kenzik. groom attended kurowski as best man robert stevens usher. wedding ibreakfast served united polish club, couple left afterward short honeymoon. they live 2515 lexington ave., their return. are hostesses women's guild julia heller entertain circle 3 peter's evangelical-reformed church this afternoon (thursday). place has been changed parlors. yesterday (wednesday) 1 entertained home louis belnke lawrence latteman. 20 rehearsal 4-h band twenty members met first combined henrietta brownhelm week. 'band receiving support both communities under direction floyd moore. tonight (thursday) school. attend ball game junior ehnnan, wohlever, john ehlert, helen roemer lloyd minor cleveland night. cow proud holstein mother twin bull calves shown picture. were born friday gerber farm, leavitt-rd. holding fred wilhelm clarence gerber, while cow. pet show so. . held tin-south recreation center friday, open entries children adults. any kind oi may entered show, us south amherst. beginning g:30. judges out-of-town people, those wishing enter pets contact wargan, leader. board week committees. allsop new1 president. building committee consists ofvthomast nelson, .mrs., aknps zabornik, supt. litzenberg, bruckbruhl; finance committee, richard gleason, moore, martha kilmer albert schneider. nichol purchasing agent. set date loyalty program patriotic given aerie eagles wednesday evening, july 3rd townhall park. plans discussed churches other organizations town invited participate. night birthday party held, cards, dancing refreshments f attires program. attending state dayton delegates local lodge hugh mcgar-vey, raesler bruce. excerps from diary jf ijeit-il wi nig rr (aboard whaler lexington) it. among an unusually fine collection condensations reader's digest article 'titled, "these women could take it," having do tales wives sallingship captains who chose accompany husbands share them (whatever might befall uncertain hazardous voyages. some these ships went forth trade, there that straightway turned rows toward waters where great whale abounded. but whatever objective sallingship, woman stood captain's side sure see strange sights meet adventures e'er anchor dropped once more waters. upon reading many colorful experiences fell lot sea-going .tales stuff found diaries kept same journeyings i reminded few passages bad copied one day whaling imuseum nantucket island, mass., from, living, breathing little ibook preserved "a journal twins two teams students unable go, deeds' judging team did not fare so well columbus contest early part june. dute kapucinski, whose albilities would have brought up ratings, forced out through inability attend. sheep henb morris ranked 22nd 1s2 teams. general stock coiitt.,', 279th 382 wllford bailey, however, outstanding star, rating 322. possible 400. milk contest, bob fuhr- man, radosevich bombach 43rd 112 deeds improved standings eliminating weaker scholars doubling teams, ho preferred pass order givo larger 'boys experience sained operated clinic wenzel, hazel st., hospital underwent operative treatment operation performed thomas jones assisted wenzel's brother, hengen reigel, ohio. mr3. nursing wenzel. visitors here sunday doctor's parents, mr. hengen. .59 ship 'lexington her ward ibound passage across north atlantic ocean; round cape good hope; aoross indian coast zealand, 1853-56 eliza brock" "ship peter brock, commander, 1853." "bounding billows, cease your motion beare me swiftly o'er, thy roaring, foamy ocean, tempt rage no more." "farewell, my than fatherland heart friends, adieu. lingering beside foreign strand how oft, shall remember you! often o'er water's send back sigh leave loving beloved grieve mo; whom grieve." entry, thursday, 9, 1853 ibeglns light wind s. very pleasant warm; three sail sight eleven 6poko bark fortune mar-sallies bound havre, france, (continued page 4) 28, 1940 out, lose standi mg contests. brownhelni much better boys. dwight miller 44th 182; consisting brill, bechtel ralph 'lelmbach, 30th entries; dairy kneisel wayne lelmbach, gist 383. total 982 high scoring 1025, quite close plenty competition. lelmbach received per- rect ring m tms high-score 6f 352 joints. con-tost ed bratschi 157 282 nvy asks enlistments tie navy 'recruiting district assigned quota 95 month july. men enlisted receive eight weeks ele-, montary training seamanship, ' infantry artillery drills u. naval station,' newport, rhodo after bhips states fleet , duty. following aro requirements enlistment: citizen states. unmarried. bo over 18 31 years age. police or juvenile record. offers eighteen recognized trades young learn enlistment, assured future wish make it life career. all interested mon should call write recruiting office, room 500, federal building, square, cleveland. observe organ's 10th anniversary special musical service morning observance tenth installation present, gan gerald cole, m., oberlln college, gave organ recital, including composition himself. oliver schubert, accompanied crumley, elyrla played clarinet solo. original poem about organ, written ellnore ruth linden, read schmidt. sermon topic was, "discouraged, what then?" tax collections branch lorain county savings trust co. "will again paying station taxes according announcement begin week, end jul; th. picnic crystal aug. 7th cherry crop danger rain amherst's crop, considered "bumper" fruit growers. considerable damago can still done cherries, especially if rainy spell we've does cease. sweet cherries run molding yet tree rains too ripening period. period present time, each increases ruining crop. sour susceptible, ibe damaged 'by wrong time. trees full iboth generous yield store owners unless something damages moment. along ridge, elsewhere pickers j soon work. ladders placed against trees, 'baskets arm work stripping trees. residences, homo managers bring jars, caps rubbers job canning begin. "snitch" whenever ther,8 tack ls turmjdi dad,3 mouth wlu wator taste thick, juicy pie. week's paper tuesday slnco fourth comes thursday our usual publication date, issuo delivered tuesday. we ask readers, corres-poudeius advertisers keep advanced mind, havo copy ready noon latest. auto mishap totaling $2,000 awarded darakis, amherst, common pleas judgo guy b. findley saturday. darakis had asked $5,000, $500, sued $10,400 $1,500. suits outgrowth collision 33rd pearl between car driven stevo jan-isko, lakewood. injured. avery retires clerk thirty education, retire positions clerk, truent officer superintendent's secretary into position, filled grayce purcell. pay $1400 attendance evangelical wore urged 01. hayes missionary ciety emanual thurs day. historical pageant sessions, continue sessions 9:30 1:30 7:30 m, .raymond sick delegate clety, kathryn kuhn re presents mission band. sandstone wednesday, 7th, beach, all-day everyone interest throughout free rides registering park, purchases people half price big merchants time appreciation patronage past funds war relief opportunity contribute sufferers europe red cross when campaign get way. workers envelope every home. contributions envelopes, days later return io gather envelopes contributions. meritt chapter conducting rngular fall roll collect sues compel confirmation k. henry, low bidder engines generators municipal plant, filed suit court summit skinner engine henry's petition alleged skin ner company railed confirm telephone quotation cost generators. claims, tele' phone conversation before fil ing bids here, quoted 840,115 fol lowing opening bids, disclosing heniy's bid, said con' flrmation quotation, without generat ors claims approximately s 9,000. -bid plant f-i 0,900 compared bid $47,827. la asking either quotation. appoint field committeemen barris, ii. o. witt, named commlttoo charge central fire men's association. event olympic grounds vermilion river. affair, families gen eral include num ber contests, climaxed hose race. jake wilhelm, chief department, gene wood, 'respectively boys' ruth, bill wesbecher, bruce herb returned state, colum bus, camping fair grounds. jim schulz, fifth camp, four morris. reported aid society meets ladles methodist harry standen afternoon. complain surplus crops, you don't hear hollering happi ness cash friends. world transporta- tion busses 'beginning 9 continuing until noon. load carry passengers park another load. 6:30 evening gin reg istration tablo register. strip tickets rides. everyono registers ceive tickets, only way tic kets available. give twenty-thousand away. identification stub, en title holder buy additional ride freshments regular price. ten cent five cents iden tification stub. registered participate grand drawing prizes $25, $15 $10. available registration stand, "in drawing. then sporting events, valuable merchandise donated individual merchants. list events decided upon, certain everyone, regardless set, folks! just planning now. olive pretty wedding, guild, daughter ruby gg6 park-av, becamo brldo bemls, son lena bemis, n. ridge-rd. o'clock bride's mother. hunter, pastor ashland former minister, ficiated. occasion living house banked mus ic naughton, elyria piano, harold clark, vocal selections. gown neck, puffed sleeves, fitted skirt. string pearls, belonging groom's mother, worn. veil caught coronet valley lilies. mays honor, glenn brother groom, "was man. reception 2 4 buffet luncheon. trip michigan. 1st newly apartment rldge-rd. guests thre grandmothers, eva hearn, ada bemls scott. graduated bchool, class 1936, employed colson clearvlew florist. akeme emily dean (margaret mckeazlo axeme "wednesday evening. waa -masonic hall.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1940-06-28|
|Date of Original||1940-06-28|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1940-06-28 22 25|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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