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the amherst news-times vol. xxii, number 43 friday, november 1, 1940 sandstone center of world harvests large crop potatoes mmmmmmmm. 6 0 new order numbers for local draftees in this issue is printing first 1 49 names together with their as it will be listed by draft board. because very short time since drawing these names, huge job assigning and limited staff a weekly newspaper, was impossible to complete task before press time. shown week are substantially correct. some varifition may caused serial being added board's list, but any such change cause only small shift wero made up according instructions issued all boards. higher than total district wore disregarded, then assigned beginning lowest called among young men district. happened no. 3, 105, donald john down, 148 axtel-st. 2 were outside community. find your number, if 'bo 149, look down second column figures, -which number. when you have found check name see that correct, figures which give or called. regrets did not permit tho assignment more der numbers. one surprising things developed registering who claimed address out-of-town on registration day. registered whnrever they be, cards forwarded there ninety-nine district, 24 them from amhorst close by. thero aro- stiuotx.'-wt. evidenced fact reg istered elsewhere, learn numbers, unable listed. can page two issue. life long resident taken death born amherst, mrs. anna katheriue gessner miller died at her homo south main-st late tuesday evening age g8. niarrlod jacob 1898 he several j ears ago. survivors sons daughters, henry walter miss olive town tena allgrim elyria; sisters brother. funeral services held friday afternoon home main rev. schmidt officiating. burial take place brownhelm cemetery o. h. baker charge. hallowe'en party willard kruse friends mr .and gathered saturday party. jack-o-lanterns, black cats, orange streamers decorated throughout house keeping evening's festivities. games, contests dancing "proved diversion honors going marvin joseph selage, costume winners best otto schoenfeld received award most comical outfit. buffet luncheon served misses helen patterson hay rollins, mr. sphoenfeld, william edwards, kiuse, selago, w. r. patterson, bill neal doan kruse. levy submitted vote township trustees again submit one-eighth mill tax voters, tuesday, fifth. levy, figured raise approximately $800, needed fire protection rural parts township. last may, defeated ibelng re-submltted hope voters favorably upon its passage. sixty-five per cent must approve become effective. pointed out fails without protection. trustees' contract both village furnish township, divided into sections, each department answering calls own section payment $400 annually, $50 additional eight during year, whilo $250 annually. present owes portion year's .south :bill, years i until ago town- sjlie..rq?pjy.ed,. ottho auto license fund sufficient pay left funds purpose. entered contracts year hoping would extra levy. falls fall renewed, resulting elect officers meeting parent-teachers' association congregational church, plans election serve months. also christmas .party committee named dean chairman. date announced later. review our postmasters v. it. powers (continued one) four) thrill pride sense gratification we read records, early history vlllago has been writteen, amherst's founder, hon. jo-slah harris, postmaster. known ".corners" then, establishment post office part wasn't so far removed days mail carried thru horseback, sometimes foot, once week. harris postmaster forty-four years, resigned, other capacities denied him privilege continuing "corners," j. terrel chosen finish his unexpired term years. obituary judge published cleveland herald, march 30, 1868, reprinted "amherst's story" wo concerning "judge probably oldest united states. appointed generous size, northeim always grown rotarians hear safety illustration twenty-two members rotary monday noon methodist church parlors. guests sheriff carl finegan gave an illustrated lecture safety. ted wickens l. a. fauver lorain present. group singing enjoyed accompaniment dr. roy e. ischaeffor. rotarian bring guest next meeting. special sliest (nsliiut governor, harry poul-ston. hickory grange honor birthdays, tree spon sored birthday hall. floral design form-;tn in,, thfi wnrrta "w th-m,,.,,.. fashioned bronze white seasonal flowers centerpiece table. nine cakes placed tables. places ar-rangd 25. chinese checkers 'pinochle diversions evening. colors where celebration hallowe'en. prizes awarded costumes funniest costumes. fish pond tea-leaf reading features general return meigs over forty ago, under administrations death, except member legislature, resignation necessary old constitution.' re-appointment instance people interested office, solicitation. indeed, office-seeking disgrace earlier purer political history. sought man, politician office." crosse, village's mayor, four presumably no document extant might get even inkling quality performance crosse handed however, there's plenty records lead believe mayor led council merry chase 'because persistent irregularity pursuit duties. despite por-hap3 better put say of, difficulties fathers, crosso stands two) harvested northeim. picture shows, hill had full quota "spuds." .mr. potato crop. v league works good fruit vegetables money collected epworth , the, purpose helping children's perea a;eil elyria. donations same churches ol norwalk night hold niasquurade peoplo. pf henrietta guests. bible study instead invited attend. fritz hostess t)pmnpritip pliili 10 jlteihoirauc l.111d imrs. opened "women's democratic club. routine buisness harold brown listened given president roose velt philadelphia. talks atty. frank stack, paul mikus, clem t. knechtges mary o'neill wilson spoke behalf county candidates repko katherlne mccarvel elyria newly elected presi dent federation women's clubs. green admitted member. 27 club meet greene eagles' auxiliary initiation auxili ary cafeteria supper 14 thirty drill team work initiation. ing went holen wackor lor ain. lunch kathryn nalley, minerva donnelly. attending sessions grand chapter session eastern stars delegates frances uattpnhcuse, cora snyder,, charlotte zilch elizabeth snyder three public auditorium cleveland, through 29th, 30th 31st. masks fun krieg apartment recently elmer johnson 118 mas-querado snort, business time, president, wrs. aiuert towne, reported forget-me-not sale. mem borship drive discussed set 5g. following meeting, gamo3 played 'with awards fred holzhauer, george krieg, charles mathes, ryan thomas bruce. prize ryan. hugh haynes te 12. former man mechanicsburg announcement poughkoepsie, york marriage jeannette hempenlus, formerly daughter garry well family hempenlus father lester poughkeepsle. bride's gown cadet blue velvet matching chapeau. nosegay whito chrysanthemums. cornelia attended sister she dress burgundy accessories dean's brother, raymond, brother man. educated grade school graduated poughkeepsle high school. st. peter's make future mis3 sohrlner edward kothe entertained teachers school, programs planned. entertainment gift program december 22. voted purchase projector machine gift. ' treasurer, edith ehrman annual reports secretary roll. sabiers. delegate northeastern ohio synod conference report session. florence entertain 5th. camera frederick crowd jams p. dedication "we dedicate living dead community what today. women toiled, doctor bench, merchant store, farmer al plow, housewife home, shouts it's boy,' today dedicating building." thus meyers, fourth assistant dost master gen eral charge construction, washington, d. c, formally (wednesday) . amnerst gym jammed capacity speakers. tables banquet beautifully arranged, speakers table across front stage, length gym, shortor side lslo space waiters, between. american flag upright piece marshmallow. dinner con sisted tomato juice, shreded chicken, biscuits, mashed pota toes, beans, coffee, ice cream cake. direction band mothers' club, assistance music groups try-outs glee clubs completed director, louise matthews. girls' consists soprano norma lange, alberta strauss, janet smith, mildred kaser, gail higglns, jean-notto bruckor, ora mae schaef-fer, juno ruth, betty deuschle, aleta mays, eileen connell patty birdsong; bovorly murray, lois schibley, harsar, earleno marjorio dorothy dou- schle, shlrley rolnhardt, yonkings, chrlstino wolf, ruth hedges, morrlne braun, ro- senkranz, phyllis frank, waverick, van iceuren. alto brucker, koepp, bernadlne donnelly, the! ma nichols, doris turner, miller, shirley sweet, messal riddle, arlene brill, ehlert walker. boys' bailey, james schulz, sharp, bruce, dan ml huta, radosovlch, bur nett haynes, clyde nugent, herbert morris, leroy holl, edwih keuren, russell wilford bailey. personnel orchestra follows: violins vera schubert, messal, thelma sprenger, witt, ehrman; clarinets hamann, wayno heller, green, raymond wragg, edwin foster, elaino koch, muriel springer; trumpets ehlert, sweet; trombones jim wesbecher, mackenzie: saxanhones (bauer, earl stiwald; cello keuren; drums richard ehrman, heck; french horn menz, noam! ros-enkranz; piano marjorie brill waverick. circle discuss ann's society met bodmann. topic discussion turkey 10th ladles joseph's church. after glo-wenskl, mccann, kate lawless braun. weeks braun entertain. barbers enjoy chicken paprikas 923 america 'monday vickl's restaurant dinner. ladle's near future. harbors wesley ii. ernst. community, quickly efficiently. th e koifer, accompanied daughter, kelfer, violin solos. smythe toastmaster. visiting introduced c. stiwald. included m. o'donnell, state postmasters' association. herman beesing fln-negan, 'two retired postal employees, introduced. iiakter, avas speaker congressman dow barter, speakers, said dedicated service community; talk drifted conditions. apeace loving nation, desire war. troubled taking europe. thought war include us. felt germany win few initial battles, hut army france, navy briton, sho soon 'be stopped. disillusioned, saw developments coordination machino never seen before. terrible jolt us france england calls, gqrmany should english fleet don't know happen. "our efforts build trade 'the nations fell deaf dictators. further spread havo three-power pact aimed store "the totalitarian understand military strength, calling couple million trained soldiers. want throw training, aro preparing defense making anyone," ex cerpts speech congressman. evidence op growth meyers building progress com munity. namo plato. 1872 changed north 1903 amherst. express ed confidence, now federal offico building, remain reflects condition nation," said. "when regular nation healthy, fitfull na-lon bad condition. communication disrupted broken." referred conditions warring whore anything. "for prior lottery washington yesterday my swamped requests established camps army. thing thinks about establish mails, mails come go. letters lb boys arrive. good, mall almost regularity here." ibuilding open inspection, milled shortly 5; 30 opsned raising ceremony, conducted post, smytho presided there, banquet, stiwald, harter meyera.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1940-11-01|
|Date of Original||1940-11-01|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1940-11-01 22 43|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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