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the amherst news-times vol. xxii, number 42 friday, october 25, 1940 sandstone center of world plans completed for dedication (whiter meyers, fourth assistant postmaster general washington, d. c. will be guest' speaker at banquet new post office, 30th. tickets are seimng rapidly office. all persona desiring urged to purchase 'them as soon possible. program get under way 6:30 in .the afternoon when tho flag raising ceremony held. music during furnished by high school band. invocation riven rev. fr. smith. elmer johnson o" american legion conduct f.ag raising. b. felder, bugler, sound call colors. legion, girl and boy scouts take part this. mayor michael give address welcome congress man harter respond . master e. sthvald intro duce representative office department washington. meyers wdll greetings postal department. a salute given firing squad busier then pound retreat which conclude this tof program. - follow held auditorium. congressman chairman, assisted stiwald. committee consists herman short, chairman; j. smythe, ceremonies; w. g. nord, a. nabakowskl becker. basketball league is getting started response players organize local was 'beyond expectations. chuck gormley ted henes .who aro heading movement players, state- that interest pitch, more than 35 have already reported organization headquarters. it belief organizers youth community should he organized wholesome, body building exercise, lino with now consideration federal government strengthen our country. tentative organizing same principle soft ball has proved .be -such success past three years. five teams being considered, each picked balanced ability selective board members, thereby making even competition. whole idea not money-making, or possibly eolf sustaining proposition, but rather wholesome entertainment other words, something young people do amid proper surrounding environment. thought uppermost mind, help ibo noeded, hoped complete, council school-board may able movement. november 1st been set deadline prospective enter their names participation. any those entered can register gormloy. among members last year's team, former eagle team veter ans old hardware hoofer's also faculty public school. pubuc invited hear sheriff speak finegan club win hold meeting , tonight (thursday) town hall 8 p. m. guest county candidates. attend. lunch sandwiches coffee served. row: lois zillyette, ruth anderson, wanda winson, mary lou loosli, arlene holzhauer, janet flowers, arelene flowers. 2nd mrs. thelma hunt, elinore zborniak, annette krueck, ann klimsewski, norma wurth, barbara moore, mildred hyatt, joan witt. 3rd june crandall, bertha alice annabelle kilmer, jane broski, delora mori, margaret cleary, marilyn rudy, mathews, madge ernst, beverly 4th phyllis powers, florence gratz, stella ashyk, yelma stirpak, carol dostall, dorothy valerius, melvinette fahrney, lieb cleary. back calista corbett. r uth litzenberg, gleason, pauline ethel duth, marie jones, miss slack. nord active ohio businesses manager ii. s. automatic cornora- tion sponsors conference ibe neld cleve land, monday, 28th, 800 business men discuss necessity mobilization on two fronts preparedness meeting, hotel cleveland, .is one series top executives national association manufacturers into almost every state union. dinner party house mr. 'mrs. fred lang were entertained o'clock evan coates' home elyrla-av, sunday honor 33rd wedding anniversary. coates host hostess. places arranged dining table guests honor, orvil son kenneth, lorain; allen lange, daughter doreen, howard lang, betty ehlert turning pages backward f. it. powers i presume falllsh weather, pushing us closer hearth, got me thinking martha packer again. sitting before fire cool evening represents conducive thought, no doubt about added few years, his liable done retrospect, far better trying visualize right now, future general. .away from frightened whisperings sinister forebodings, we out talk who trudged my side fail weather foul thru childhood, like never experienced anyone again unless decide turn timo things guess particular incident, concerning preacher prought mind congregationallst centennial celebration weeks ago. here time folks remembered much had village churches years gono by, whether they would no. bpolled mar south second scout troop iii investiture scoui tro" j" souwl -held huh auditorium tues- dily evening. nine girls invested tenderfoots, four leaders presented charges, itroop formally organized. transfers accepted, moore hyath pittsburg 47. flowers captain 1, litzenberg first lieutenant gleason lieutenant. slack ws hour tenant 2, remain direction captain. fifteen class badges. these wire: lieb, melvenette velma uelvora witt, eleanore zborniak tronp 1 consist older girls, while 2 tha's fudge methodist preacher. myself remember exactly how looked what name was, (but i'm telling here, because liked him after did it, see, where ho wasn't blamed, tlmo plenty put -about too. if hadn't such an inveterate maker, cooking up batch whatever likely material happened t'o hand, least provocation, she'd probably still regard her memories kindliness. well recall day martha's mother went visiting left kitchen table. instead down, short she away school, doing justico nice meal fixed (and incidentally justice digestive tract too) felt urge make fudge. noon, fished fudge, wrapped waxed paper, coat pocket. shouldn't venture guess, kind ot orchid color. apologized saying hurry so (continued page 4) intermediates. certificate snider amherst. senior gfrls scouting pins captain, mrs ruth. gordon splete vase work year, small corsages appreciation help. opened group singing "god bless america" ceremony. prayer said sanderson. auxiliary, presentation made slack, accepted 'witt, hoarer. six hugh haynes, charles sabiers, clyde donnelly, morris, william bruce harry sabiers appointed ameerican reorganized. servo representatives. membership drive .a quota 56. 'if obtained, plan beginning year. serving arc conrad mulder, george schroeder sabiers. taken death sat. (relatives feijman fos'tejr, formerly amherst, received word saturday death. foster died warren. survivors include wife sister, james qulgley, vermilion. funeral services warren monday returned burial crown hill cemetery. pinochle tourney starts tournament sponsored knights pythias consecutive weeks. bo k p halu democratic rally tues. tuesday, 29, demo cratic higjisehool au-3'ftbrtum. " tuft? "well- known representatives candidates present. speakers dow harter, flynn sandusky, speaking davey; joe connelly lcraln, roosevelt introduced addresses. louis chairman invites u. corp. defense contract awarded corporation $53,388 artillery ammunition parts. employment plant present its highest since 1937, according president company. hundred twenty-fivo approximate total working plant. "sioux" cluh h. gathered lange tuesday purpose club. suggested voted upon "the sioux". nomination officers took place kaser elected as. president; wilma secretary-treasurer reporter. kaser, earleen harris, elaine maxwell, janice holllngsworth, beam, mcdermott lange. social contests wero enjoyed. winners maxwell beam. ben hostess woman's benefit met friday michael. following brief session cards diversion remainder awards going avery lucy roemor. guests, botty jacob krieg, "wens qua tomo .will entertain november. pwa refuses ok contracts withheld approval electric light plant, learned week. affairs questioned, information available. engines skinner engine company, boilers, stokers appurtenances riley stoker corp, exceptions. miller iath claimed life pro ainent citizen late night. r. miller, sixty-flvo year retired barber victim auto accident early morning. outdoor grounds 'been employed soveral offered ride friends. failing notice coming car, stopped off curb walked car driven lynn brownhelm, hitting head against windshield. skull fractured. survived wlfo, jennie, son, franklin, granddaughters brothers sis ter, melvin akron; bariberton iva kauffman, conneaut. ""1. bw"i a11 11e- 1934, hospital fund gave organizations town. zilch bosse, pastor lutheran church officiated. ridgehlu memorial park pallbearers pals, john fritz, henry wesbecher, ed bill balrd tony madenoch. eagles presidents aerie honored night special initiated honor. fill various chairs meeting. recognition paid don fullmer, junior president. 17 living ex-presidents aerie, there 15 residing vicinity. dr. wiseman, bar-dor, 13. foster, lauer, alfred bruce, braun, rosen-kranz, phillip v. baker, meeslg, cahl, nalley, nalley fullmer. drawing 'be served events planned armistice evening, nov. 12. posts auxiliaries campaign underway end doc. 15. candidate feted .shortly close campaign. banquet. rotary carl 'monday noon parlors. gerald frank, superintendent loraln-co schools, showed movie vacation trip summer spokane, week's rotary. vermilion wednesday observed "ladles night." pres ent, hoy schaetfer, itev. b, t. english edward fisher wragg, board, asked comply requirements. k. co's. low bid further considered. letter stated specifications boilers "unduly restrictive," wragg regulations permitted bidders could bid, expressed confidence' matter ironed out. vernon weygandt, ic. co., milton friedman, solicitor, honry afternoon. woyganlt informed 'by officials reversed ruling friedman disqualifying helng opportunity re-instate bid. told substitute original based. additional prepare believed "firm confirmations" cost materials weygandt said, however, had. pwa's sent michael, copies sam floyd browne, engineer. confirmed telephone conversation .friedman. ltiley corpr for-boijoraffaifik-ers appurtances definitely withheld. referring reads part: "this relation award power reference evidenced resolution 9 dated oct. 7, 1940. noted 3 iboilers, 'bidder specification unduly restrictive. above mentioned reiterated morning, works administration unable approve bidder." difference bids between corp., whom contract, keller lew 'bidder, approximately $3,000. ministers activities week (ministerial vicki's restaurant. wednesday, 20, union thanksgiving service 7:45 evangelical kuntz, congregational church, preaching sermon. decided aside 10 effort foe wards missions (nov. 12 laymen gather mass missionary dato st. peter's evangelical-reformed church. garden shows chrysanthemums ohrysanthemtams dis played grugel ladies heme corn-oll-ar. l. lelmfoach brownhelm exhibited fruit shrubs -with many varieties native territory. w o, lie hotta nrmbr bmmkkc
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1940-10-25|
|Date of Original||1940-10-25|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1940-10-25 22 42|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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