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the amherst news-times vol. xxii, number 38 friday, september 27, 1940 sandstone center of world muffins for gloria mckinney and rose mary roling are shown here as they were placing their pans muffin dough in oven. picture was taken domestic science room at school where class, under direction miss ethel roth, making preparations fair next saturday. st. joseph's hold first p.t.a. held its parent-teacher meeting last wednesday. opened with a short talk iby father smith introduction two new sisters, sister (michella frances therese. mtes paddock, county nurse, introduced mrs. dorothy royce oborlln who has ibeen appointed position nurse this district. paddock al so gave on care children asked co-op eration mothers health children. chicken dinner sunday public is,, cordially invited to attend annual fall festival st be sunday. serving will begin 12:00 noon continue 3:00 p. m. aridtegin again 5:00 8:00 rambling by f. r. powers lettor dr. dwlght bradley wrote rev. kenneth kuntz accepting his invitation opeaker centennial celebration soon observed our local congregational church, he did little reminiscing which set off older members tho church regular orgy re-tnombering things probably thadn't thought years. 1 myself have no definite recollections bradley. there's need me say i wasn't iff existence that time, nor too young remember. know better than even hint such thing there might those would curl lips unpleasantly ay, "so she toddled 1912, she? must been darned when graduated from high school, happen what class in!' truth is over methodist during period bradley's student pastorate since my mother had brought up dad congregationalism seesawed tween churches hickory tree holds grange recently imnrian knittle report ohio state four-h camp columbus larue blddlnger, reported farm income 1939. reading given george cotton musical numbers ralph hecock daughter illlss wanda. float parade pageant wellington received an award five dollars. 30 observe booster night oct. 17 apple plo contest bo held. 'last evening group enjoyed welner roast hall. methodists tureen friday axtel, south meet 6:30 par lors social hour. m greater part childhood, feel lng equally home either place grazing wherever grass seemed greenest. but mr. english's fam ily left town, taking them gladys, robert armstrong married lovely england esther porter installed her mistress parsonage, alterna live. went congregationalist stayed way. wrote, few years prior entrance upon scene, white-spired main street found itself somewhat precarious position, thru efforts e. eastman, y.m.c.a worker, max weller, teacher made stand arm feet again. aj good many ydars later, became pastor latest news iweller, quite soma time ago, living honolulu attending college states. right remln-(coutinued page 4) .comets take ! game advantage ibreaks comets won season beating lornln .reserves 31-0. dailey scored quarter plunge after recovered lor ain fumble 35 yard hue worked ball down toward goal series straight plunges. second quarter, nagy picked lorain pass own ten raced sideline 90 yards score. later same partially blocked quick-kick came into bailoy'b hands scampered twenty amherst's third half stopped lorain's running cold, an'd line-up well supplied substitutes twice more ibreaks. touch lowed wesbecher fouled end zone. officials erred this. the; should one line. player ejected unsportsman-like conduct penalized distance goal. forty six plays directly bailey over, score indicate walk away strong team. is, it indicated neither. line play, exception ruth, towne, ragged. didn't charge only superior weight pre vented rout. blocking backfleld practically non existent. defense allowed re verses gain without shifting however, much can said, potenially out going gets tougher every success or failure depends players' willingness work blocking, charging tackling all hard practice ard equipment average sandusky vs. fri. tomorrow (friday) 3:45, reserve team invades green gold game. nothing known quality streaks' outfit. reputation san dusky teams have, get severe test. agriculture brownhelm participate fair, four boys giving some attention exhibits, dwight miller looking apples expects show. william brill inspecting extra large ears corn, brownhelm's twins, raymond bechtel discussing merits apples. invites readers visit plant newspapers throughout united states obsorve national newspaper week beginning october lbt, continuing until 8th. ' join theso holding open house continually week. visitors conducted shop operations necessary.'fco producing j carofully explained. whenever convenient rs. carter grand chief bernie distinction becoming ohio's pythian sisters. post yesterday afternoon hotel cleveland giand temple essslons through banquet .honor evening. initiated sessions tuesday geoffrey monger, alex brunett, lloyd bern tel pleckner. delegates other lodge attended wednesday nettie schaeffer, ruth mayme jessie mclean, mcghee, lauer, mrs.' carrie kreeger, pietch, clara bnrman. drill traveled lo performed hotel. participated captain pianist, pietch members, tune alexander, james bruce, odelia coverdale, edwards, ehrman. edith ehrman, kolbe, heller, ann lynch, elizabeth thompkius, lone wassem, viola zimmerman, olive moulder, roy stevens ed. young. party tonight alumni association sponsoring bingo parties (thursday) parochial ready willkie president nominee, wendell l. make minute rpeech while campaign tour ohio. 2 day speak town. governor hricker,' mayor harold h. burton possibly senator taft accomp any toledo cleve land. before coming amilltrst, fu'imbliean nominee give addresses huron vermilion. cities wii; miss. card band receiving compliments very fine choice uniforms purchased club. looked excellent friday. suits consist trousers strips sides jackets hats trimmed braid. marched town field. field forming shape football played several selections. drilling learn ing formations. go unceasingly 'suits aro pard $400 ibe earn ed ibetween now year. club combined (tomorrow) auditorium. beside kinds games fish pond,, bake sale, fruit vegetablojsale. donations these te antfreclated anarfr?cjivod following session, lunch served. ladies planned menu dedication office 3. imrs. earl sweet hostess thursday. vincent nalley circle entertained ladles' aid recently. guests wero harry smith, bruce j. shelly. bridge diversion .honors awarded .to clyde donnelly, shelly arid clarence dean. 1,000 exhibits saturday individual entries entered far greatest ever promises show year biggest here. amherst, brownhelm, henrietta participating exhibits. not limited children, adult growers also among promise expected attract people being former morris hatchery, building park-av day. pet feature parade, con-nction saturday, bring largest collection pets anyone seen. nature pets, variety something io course old standbys dogs cats hand, both fancy otherwise. big dogs, sized medium pedigreed just comm oots, o! oe variety. keep your eyes peeled you watch march park ave. surprises store you. ordinary nnd decorated out-of-the-orrtlnary svays. cf type do legs on. pleasant surprise types pets. 4 by. rummage sale oct, 4-5 victorian guild met carl finegan, elyria, plans -were 5 formerly occupied a. naba-kowskl park-av. business meeting, ibrldge honors john smythe zilch. corinne finnegan today, professional women's loyal workers homo sick louisa hostess. merchants donated $100 expense conducting fair. $03.80 apportioned prizes. prizes paid cash. 214 fruits vegetables economics department contribute additional 70 exhlbts. addition considered 4-h clubs another school. educational features year, parado m., poultry exhibit. impossible judges c. i. hummel, extention agent, glenn carpenter, vocational agricultural instructor columbia eaton schools, eckart, demonstration lois wilson, economic oberlin doors .will promptly 9 o'clock morning. arranged now, .while, others early morn- tlon deeds, agriculture" teacher, way bohool term. section include brands wheat, oats, potatoes, onions, beets, tomatoes. red peppers, yellow hot turnips. carrots, pumpkins, squash (two brands), water melon, musk-melon. 13 varieties apples, pears, peaches, var ieties grapes. jn division barred plymouth rocks, white leghorns mixed breeds, ducks, geese turkeys. honey bee flower exhibit, latter vases, depart ment ex hibits canned fruits, jellies, wfaite, chocolate angel food cakes, drop, molasses, oatmeal sugar cookies, divin ity, fudge, seafoam peanut brittle candy, aprons, dresses, pajamas gowns, sweat-' ers, afghans, scarfs, dolllles, pillow slips, butft sets, luncheon bedspreads, patchwork, crochet table clothes old. loom woven bedspreads coverlets, hookedt hand rugs. board buys repair machine auxiliary monday nurses dining hospital. president, brill. reports finances were, tie decided unable buy planned. hospital mending supplies, auditorium 18. supplies served cunning-ham mrs, moetlnga hie jowrtu, month.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1940-09-27|
|Date of Original||1940-09-27|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1940-09-27 22 38|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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