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f the amherst news-times vol. xxii, number 35 friday, september 6, 1940 sandstone center of world amherst's firemen appeared in their new uniforms labor day program. here is a section parade. front row edwards and chief al stiwald. members championship south first aid squad are shown as thev "revived" three victims at annual field consists ot hd. rahrney, captain, pole top resuscitation iii' henry gordon, victim hanging limp from skip ellis, "rescuer" prepares to administer before sliding him down ladder ground. mr. sirs. ted kurth, mentor, were guests last week mrs. clarence kurth relatives. parade resuscitating "victims" nor h central firemen's association. john berger, nick krebs herman witt. miss ella jaeger has returned tho hospital spending home walter jaeger. sagas: north association are, left right: asst., albert barckert, captain charles mrs, hoffner taken by death edith hoffner, native ,amherst resident for nearly all her life, suffered stroke tuesday which proved fatal. died 1 p. m. thursday ago she was member congregational church, auxiliary american legion post 118, pythian sisters past chief's club that order. survived two sons, dr. oberlin, allen grandchildren, burton mary, both oberlin. funeral services hoffman wore held sunday zilch with rev. kenneth kuntz officiating. smoking causes fire barn containing half ton hay five gallons paint ntirely destroyed morn- l brownhelm. sparks pipo silas rojas, owner farm, set can turpentine quickly ignited barn. only timbers remained when department arrived. rojas estimated value $500 on he had $200 insurance. hayes leaves akron church kev. a. yesterday akron. will have charge calvary there. itev. h. mar-well amherst. eddie horvath spent weekend relatives elizabeth, now york. name friedman town solicitor milton became village night following (tcc-pptance by. council resignation j. smythe. friedman's appointment made term finishes this year, after be positijn appoint another if they wish. told did not wish solicitor's position. said work light plant quite heavy, but would accept it temporary basis. william miller suggested mayor michael. asked wojtld. it, michael unablo give that, assurance. councilman mcqueen then expressed his opinion kane "proposed friedman. discussed problem surface water woodhill drive, penrl-st "wd no. mainst. drive situation remedied construction large catch basins carry through tile an open ditch. pearl-st main-st conditions investigated drainage committee. sidewalk tel-zrow pioperty paik-av ordered inspected engineer tom launaon determine proper grades been maintained. sidewulk elyria-av also complained of. coun-cilmen lowering bring below yard grade, condition caused high road sidewalk. stop signs erected crosse middle streets, cleveland ave., park milan ave. intersections. damage done car earl kneisel, brownhelni, put satisfactory condition. kneisel damaged lie drove over man hole covt r came loose. eberhardt accident mrs fr'd eberhard automobile ae blent saturday evening coiiier jack3on-st park-av. driving got out control slid wet pave ment tryin? stop. thrown windshield onto pavement. immediately token local whero sho treated back injuries. reported aa doing nicely. accepts teaching position dillenville stella solack accepted teacher dillens-villo, ohio school. graduate kent state, kont majored english, speech, physical education history. loses j point lost 'out one tightest hose competitions monday ever staged ( winning company lorain 3, to- ! tal score 94 points against i points. won competition year. trophy, must bo twlco consecutively, turned capt. white ichiof g. "we're just loaning you, we expect sot hack next year," stiwald trophy exchanged hands. permanent possession reason second win monday. award again judged handled more capably than competitors, avon lake. problem, given them start competition, effecting rescuo overcome. being carried into victim's rescurers remaining men took threo safe place wero revived. spectators hand witness demonstrations seven firo departments northern ohio. companies entered competition. evolutions performed included live wire rescue department, gas mask "by lake, uncharged lines iby sheffield ladders life net demonstration berlin heights, 40 foot ino. 3 company, lorain, hoisting miscellaneous tools 'by amherst, gordon "skip" charged (by polo .by godron ellis drew applause audience. played part lineman there safety strap. rescuing fireman, placed climbed. securing himself means ropes, revived periodic pressuro pit stomach. sufficiently secured rescuer special ropes carefully ladder. end sports program prizes winners. graduates a.h.s. return colleges class who entering college fall or enlisted united states army navy following: don franklin robert mccann joined army; jack essig, navy; gerald schroeder, technical fort wayne, ind.; edwards, mary alico ponton wilhelm, bowling green; betty baus, lako erie painosvillo; doris joseph whiton, oberlin; bay frederick, muskingum; janet springer, nurses' training school memorial hospital, . elyria florence borondt, business othor former an-horsl returning various uuth miller, oberlin: ralph holzhauer, ann arbor: jr., west ern reserve; james dclleflcld, state university, mexico; elsio kovach, st. alexis nursing, cleveland; ehlert, nursing; nadlne valdrich, lutheran cella ward, john's nursing school, irvin maxwell herbert gammons, baldwin wallace, borea; brown cromwell, geoffry monger, fritz, university; smythe, athens. benefit ball game old time hard players chance show stuff afternoon play ' ameri- juniors harris field. line-ups sunday's' gamo yet announced, hov. kuntz, juniors' manager, knows sunday's packed real baseball thrills. ""the playing summer. thoy hung up record nine wins ten games, teams lorain. although team never classed, boys really 'belong b. timers bob berk, center; "sard" rf; bill guild, if; doyle hut-ton, 1st; jerry gormley, 2nd; tiny schriner, short; brown, 3rd; fritz bartlomo, archio bartlome pitch. belief available replace any starters unable finish game. tickets selling rapidly largo crowd expected band soon wearing bright green gold come marching football games other affairs. purchase nas posisblo mothers club. since organisation may, working continously toward goal. sponsored tag days. ice cream socials served dinners noon dinner contributed sum money greatly appreciated different organizations contributions amount needed pay $700. this, $225 paid order placed. 5300 delivered, balance installments. planning several functions near future .raise uniforms. officers are: mr&. wm. heller, president; ed. fostpr. vice gall, secretary: 'mrs. nattlo hamann, treasurer; ways committee alice wragg, chairman; ehrman, alma bauer wesbecher, assistants. meet (thursday) foster. frederick ebbs music instructor ind. ebbs, son appointed supervisor instrumental coming year hobart hobart, indiana. reputation many national contests nationally famous. recently completed masters degree university michigan. loyal workers liphardt georgo entertained evangelical recently. meeting opened song prayer led liphardt. scripture lesson read catherine kroll readings hayes, hanchotte, kroll, elma fox, adam northelm, katherlne kulin lunch hostess guests, schools sessions months recreation, seemed too some young folks, re-opened largest attendances. brief periods morning. pupils received books schedules ethel roth camden faculty ttris domestic science department. complete 'faculty senior teachers, margaret rico, english dramatics; kathryn (murray, french; lucille leach, (latin biology; dorothy nan-tell, history education; science, roth; louise matthews, music; homer haines, commercial department; arthur engle, science; arithmi-uc; norwood hearn, l. anual training; iona good, art; carl deeds, agriculture; hubbard, english; junior high, wade druns, thelma (mays, eppley; schriver schneider; second, pandy; third, burgo; hulda berger; fourth, maibolle sutliff, gaohr; fifth, edna beller, ehrman; fred r. powers, superitendent; marlon steele, principal; grayce purcell, secretary. approximately 124 students havo enrolled joseph's parochial 1940-41 ichooleay. sister kathleen act principal seventh eighth grades; marilyn teach nuns, ibeen grades. slater frances therese, mi-chaella, madeline. tmsy preparing settled actual routine ibut 'begin so reading stopped during summer 'miss maude nelding iblames growing taste youth "wood thunder" magazines vacation period slowest experienced book circulation public library. regardless 'books popular added shelves library, lovers hot months. among obtained library board "wall street under oath," pecora; "woodworking hobby," strori; "enchanting jennie lind," benet; "nantucket, faraway island," stearns; "this nettle danger," story england peace munich, written phillip gibbs; "anne ingle-side," montgomery; "kitty foylo," morley; "the liko that," norrls "fabulous orleans," tale mardl gras city steeped mysteries centuries, saxons. announce marriage girl announcement frank towne marriago son, calvin, roberta august 2g napoleon, sabo attendants couple. norman smith rldge-rd hewitt married same time. 'arthur darakla klrks-ville, mo where vacationing kuntz'a friends.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1940-09-06|
|Date of Original||1940-09-06|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1940-09-06 22 35|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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