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the amherst news-times vol. xxii, number 41 fri! iy, october 18, 1940 sandstone center of world ft) 9 second century church starts beautiful cut flowers', lighted candles, and soft, soothing organ music brought to a close week's celebration one hundred years service local congregational has given people amherst. week centennial services at closed sunday when dr. dwight j. bradley, former pastor, spoke on topic, "the road emasus." was well filled with who came hear bradley. sunday, also during tho week, visitors church, besides members, included from oberlin, elyria, lorain, brownhelm cleveland. bradley's talk an en couragement for have reached more mature years. reaching ago 50 can fruitful life than younger 1g or 20 lie said too many can't find as much happiness in their older they did ah decorated flowers, sunday's climax decorations. flowers wero presented both individuals other churches. next rev. kenneth a. kuntz will preach "looking into future." duck pin alley installed here new duck, been" added billiard parlor op erated by kitchin corf man sout.mnin-st. .the 'jtliey is' triadh?rojng quite popular 'both men wo weekly high scores are being kept which prizes awarded. until this fall place operated ibilllard only, elza corfman operating it silent partner. kitchin, "russ" ho is bet ter known, now spending his ontiro time charge bust ness. kltchin's home plymouth where son, senior school. not wishing take .boy out school year he continue live plymouth, ibut plans move following spring. the'" boy four-letterman athletics, plays football basketball. name been changed idle hour. newly painted, tables recovered cues balls added. says operate ladles' gentlmen's recreation room. ladies form 'our gang' club kruse mrs. agnes kruse, woodhlll-dr, hostess group friends whose purpose meeting club. be known our gang meetings- every tuesday. grace mcginnis named president nellie miller, secretary-treasurer. cards proved diversion evening honors going geraldine wle-gand. 'following game refreshments were served 'by hostess. tuesday, helen adams entertain her homo1 elyria. "that something" book read rotary something", booklet published nabakowskl co. f. r, powers, monday regular howard dulmnge, superintendent cleveland quarries, admitted asja .member. dinner members ope guest, dr, roy chaelfer. rally day observed first evangelical last morning. theme "home, school" allar decorations carried theme. home, little red house surrounded brilliant colors flowers. towne heads auxiliary post officers elmer johnson 118 american legion meeting. madda-hne bruce, past president, had installation. oressa brown, retiring president's jewel. inducted sarah towne, president; netttn holzhauer, vij kr i- ond vice-president; sophia morris, secretary; violet haynes, treasurer; ella krieg, sergoat't arms; mable mcdermott, chap lain margaret historian. committeo consists of: membership, anna krieg; national defense, mildred womack; poppy, imaddaline bruce; americanism, brown; rehabilitation, child welfare, -minnie imathes; community service, short; legislative, millie hull executive committee comprising officers. krieg ladies, 24. ladles hold masquerade party. ' made sell forget-me-nots disabled war veterans, saturday, oct. 19. sheriff finegan speak st. joseph's hall thursday evening. public vited addition sher iff, speakers county candidates. lunch sandwiches coffee foe free. rallying it. powers my sincere belief that heard hyde russell aware fact even before the, half over rich expei-lence, like they'd never again. remembers rus-bell pastor between 1884 1887 while student- oberlin seminary. young lawyer corning, iowa married daughter whorfc office law two years, experience placed him immediately among foremost growing ranks ardent supporters cause heretofore wholly indifferent temperance. bellev-. ing could do further interests dry crusade, minister gospel, wife, lillian, went oberlin. then step splendid carreer yet ended, tells us 85 starting work: anew, all enthusiasm o'f altar ral ( indian skeletons found skeltons seven indians removed corn field farm burke, rlver-rd, township, sunday. em ployees museum, under direction removed. fifteen supposed bo iburled there. uncovered bones good state preservation. pottery arrowheads found. advises buying tickets once expecting' attend banquet dedication advised buy (their immediately, according herman short, chairman committee. "we big demand lor atit-ot-town people, but want give iirst chance attend," said. tie sym, seat about 250 people. unless am herst remaining released out-oftown postmasters. cactus bloom. something rare way blooming belonging john youngless. cactus, bloom different times four months. bloomed juno again full around youthful crusader was, re-organized anti-saloon leaguo himself founder ago. recalled 1885 milestone history frank murphy son ned, famous temperance lecturers, appearing, meetings north church. village places round must sorely need such purging, wont pleaded murphys booked up hilt thought couldn't possibly come -to valuable time. evidently claimed ibe, result visit churches gained tremendously membership congregatlonallsts trebling, some " adding more. hundreds signed pledge, saloons downtown, russell, "cut two," right br. assisted continued page four) parents-teachers meet njna ponton i(nd siupt. v. r. powjprs gave short talks p,.t.a. auditorium. teachers rooms parents took advantage opportunity getting acquainted inst meters schools. letter homer haines, secretary, band mothers requesting contribution towards uniforms penton, .will appoint consider matter. miss rice evening's program thelma mays led singing louise mathews piano, served. drive encouraged werner zilch. party .'iven room receiving most members. rocmer-ehlcrt nuptial saturday roemer become bride ehlert afternoon peter's honor relatives gathered charlotte lorain. roemer, harold nuhn, louis pratsch, alma tyson winners contests games played edward long individual honoree, l. tyson, esslg, amherst; wm. neuman, leon ard al bert phyllis neuman. bride-elect received lovely gifts group. previous wedding hour, frederick deiner present recital 4:15 4:30. open observed. u-go-i-go . carter met mr. george carter, brookside-dr. pinochle lee piper berndt. small berndt, ii. m. tapper, piper, carter. camera reguiai- -will held evening, 21, walter fredorick. there lecture entitled", "practical christmas photography". what today editor's note: winner 1 chosen nmong speenh class 'winner edwin foster, paper appears current issuo record. webster defines person 'born america pirents ono hns nautrallzed here. let me ask you, true is, signs few 'papers answers questions, born takes country t granted? no, i don't believe , so! literally ,bo j doesn't that? least worthy lives constitution laws community."- enjoys privileges opportunities gives him, uses them best advantage. does nothing harm america, reports any unlawful act proper authorities. informed events taking political world, stands things .believes aro right. vote because member certain instead, votes sure community, nation. participates activities community. interested schools, improvements town city, welfare work. per feted roomer;, "john ehlert, guest imiss ruth ehr-man. three-course tearoom color scheme yellow whito used table white pompoms .and floating candles filling glabs bowl centered cor sages same favors. list included, carl ehrman, schulz, berger, lucy roomer, misses hulda olive miller returned ehrman homo whero kitchen gadgets recipes. lucky contestants played. n pastel fiesta ware latter after refreshments. roemer-ehlert women's guild observes recently elsie washburn, tena jacobs, mrs, kreo- ger, james franklin nichols, farr etta gray guests. devotions william barrls pro gram followed singing; piano solo, pamela wavrlck; reading, "trouble amen corner," clarence gray; imrs. washburn; "secret sinning," barrls; duet, mrs washburn roemer. tea serv ed hostosses, barris henry kane. nov. 13 robert hasenflue home. c. allen fremont district ibo chargo quarterly con ference tomorrow (friday) 7:45 evan' gellcal advantages freedom press reading sides controversial question. -well situation choose danger. then, if fight, gladly defend 'believe 'congress doing washington, writes congressman expresses himself. may add orte get onto soap box tell glories communism pleasures socialism, that. speecli ; aid conn try hinder springer, '42 jessamine lodge elects lodge, daughters 'scotland, elected. alfred wotton, stanley hull, mary mahon, chaplain; henry, recording jean bain, financial innes, robertson, conductress brennen, assistant; lillam ludtke, inside guard; janet blythe, outside harry wolf, pianist catherine phillips, trustee. installation november 19 molll-son, installing officer conductress, charge. submit levy township trustees one-eighth mill tax voters fall. levy, figured raise approximately $8io, needed fire protection rural parts township. submitted may, defeated re-submitted hope look favorably upon its passage. sixty-five cent approve effective. pointed dut falls "upon own" event fire. contract south villages furnish divided section, each department answering calls own section payment ?400 annually, ?50 additional, eight year, $250 annually. owes por hon year's bill, ship portion auto license fees sut' ficient pay protection. taken left without funds purpose. entered con' tracts hoping would extra levy. fails contracts renewed, resulting nurse leaves solon kathryn burnett, nurso hospital several solon, ohio. farewell selage. (members scotland tworo present. apple pie contest main feature hickory tree grange thla (thursday). wants original plant proposals pwa know why skinner engine riley stocker awarded construction municipal electric light plant, council, tuesday night. company award engines low bid k. co., co's. higher e. keller ca3e award, milton friedman, solicitor, ruled considered conditions imposed. asked so these fctudied. council night passed motion promising vilage employees called draft, return jobs civilian life. resolution authorizing board affairs temporary filed schedule ohio passed. ops accepted village's offer settle suit rates charged less ten penalty failure promptly. engineer tom laundon estimated sewer crosse cost $1383.00, decided learn fiom win. majority property owner, still wished installed. death funeral retired building contractor resident brownelm victim heart attack eagles re tired department. survivors rose; three sons, arthur, elyria; ray mond, lorain; charles, ans- horst; daughters, ttena decker, cecil herst; sister, wltt- mer, nine grandchildren. firemen pall bearers clayton honorary pallbearers, conrad aschenbach, menz, charles mathes, chris wllker, edwards, cahl. 350 register draft fifty ages 21 36 registered military hero yesterday (wednesday). iwas 131, five addresses registered. total registration fivo poll booths 486. booth workers reported the- unpleasant incidents. registrants answered questions willingly. go hoard, consisting ilynn jons, oberlin; j, smythe, cor-bett, w. faus, wellington; clair goss, brighton. 0e shuffled numbers. drawing those done wash ington. don schood lancaster, pa. frederick, o. h. baker amherst, currently enrolled student linoleum laying maintained iby armstrong cork stay school, only observe world's largest operation, charge, instruction practical 0 improved --j methods floor coverings
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1940-10-18|
|Date of Original||1940-10-18|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1940-10-18 22 41|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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