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amffe&st times "liberty tlvlwti last and always - ----- .v. freedom for all forever vol, "ii, no; 5. subscription, 1.50 per year amherst, ohio, thursday, december 5, 1918. official newspaper of the village ohio. i n c patriotic citizens in banquet at so. amherst monday evening gathering largely attended ambitious plan8 made. .excellent talks thrill crowd com mittee appointed big community activities. movements whoso activities will,! resell into every phase ot com-'mun.ltyi.ijfe which eventually will proyeot greatest impetus . benefit surrounding territory were launched at. a held south am- ' (- herst by soveral score ; vicinity. hall was crowded. few dreamed outset meeting that such broad holds wore available would be explored organization, but its close air tinctured with an optimism hope spoke well success projects considered. attendants seated long tables, after being served excellent oyster-stew, trlm mlngs, having settled down to their cigars, meeting, presided over captain a. m. schofield, got business. speakers eloquent. rev. kyle booth first speaker. he told immense 'amount good had been done during past months while nation war, caused amusement his recital pertinent instances. believed organization could accomplish much ,ffalrs power is best. w. j. nord plead proper reception returned soldiers sailers. they should met -.. tralnu, assisted positions 'better than before en- terlng service. made , chairman committee 'arrange receptions jind serv-j -.ices., v welfare talk cooper. q c. j3; cooper th'o need " consideration various individuals who 'have actively participated jn government .-movements war. there .peed'" for. thopiat. recovering, also. named endeavor promote unity here. comlmttee secure industries. william miller mjtde en-deayer new industries amherst. talked on tho advantages offers manufacturing sites, opportunities ho -the town und people. this com-' mlltee "had orders get busy once "do something." memorial named. r. blum, addressed subject proposed memorial. no body handle proposition better organizations, said it affair, project .to shared citizen. mo-.molral committee, co-operate other committees. entertainment discussed. superintendent fred powers gave impromptu nf entertainment. returning soldiers, must furnished home, elso go elsewhere it. same true cttlzons, saloons out business may 26, substitute fpr them be" provided. can be. dances, lyceum courses, vaudeville shows, lectures, roller rink, many amusements introduced life profit all. see what amusements, incldently provide .good "feed" hungry affiliated citizens. monger military training. bert mongor advocated drilling civilians as means instilling discipline, ana tine appearance uniformed men yould rnake when ..boldlern, marching ,at day parades, public gatherings. thresh porposltoin. personnel following list members committees night,- whom are known residents or brownhelm: goldlers' sailors' q. nord, chairman; h, e. adams, b. k. llndaey, g. parker, frank bel-den. jiugo pankoff, h. davidbon. workers' cooper, o. menz, booth, sage, powers, c, masters, smythe, enterprise wm, miller, o, baker, n. johnson, a- bhattuck, donald rosle, hubbard, r little. f?ed chair-, man; dr. taraerrpav. kyl albert decker killedjn action local boy pay8 supreme sacrifice lee womack wounded. another has paid sacrifice. saddened friday learned decker, one best young killed france oct. 6, message received mother, mrs. george from washington. mr. belonged social fraternal organizations numbered friends hundreds. member masons, eagles. fa" struck large shell riding bicycle. signal service, dan gerous branch left quota, sept. 21, 1917, headquarters company, 329th regiment. arrival overseas transferred 38th regiment, several boys. regiment saw hard service later days campaign. weekb ago published letter full most optimistic thoughts concerning work duration entire joins expressing sympathy bereaved family. wom3ck injured. p. jacksoncm jackson street word .the commanding officer oc. 69th -infantry, son, sergeant womack,' slightly gassed drive early part october, confined hospital tours, france. information leen wounded 28. not, yet these reports correct, but-the latest john gates missing action. week family clough's quarry, brother, gates, reported 8. here, played football teams. amherst's quota leave sherman overseas. mother died about month ago, leaving children. father dead years. chlsholm chlsholm, formerly miss cora starkweather, her husband, ,of 137th division, front. short stay fully recovered co. a, police, 2nd army corps. patriots give thanksfor peace march congregational church sunday morning. demonstration way celebration signing die armistice since great outburst nov. 11 take place morning in-a ch"u7h thank god blessings given us. boo'h deliver ap--pmprlate address. special music choir, margarej. ward fostoria, supervisor schools. public, gathered church, invited. expected larg turnout. though coming r-eace cele'u.ated joyful ma.iner, rs bc?n general thanksgiving divine help enabled us victorious. workmen have maurig repairs car trac'ts corner main park. wm. schaefter, s. whl-ton, m, parker b.ilrd. d. t. french. j, baus, glllman. g, ji. adams. mongej", ii. cnfunty mike schaeffer, a". buttler, dr, w, turner, h.row blum. red cross start bio membership. campaign 8tart8 dec. 16 want everybody in. make intensive 8ame plan united war drive. next "drive," held, months, 16, conduct annual membership, not funds cross, increase membership noble body, helped so toward winning dues $1, remains community, small portion goes national headquarters. wero added rolls, hoped hold year, add numbers. plans locally handled mayor foster, committee. hd use successful "work drive, corps volunteer workers ,and complete canvass day. soon purpose mapping done. shattuck brownhelm seals year. each person signs card receive 10 christmas seals, years sold aid fight against tuberculosis. sale arrangements whereby contributed lump sum purpose. ready sign team calls you. your dollar never went cause. french money like coupons puzzles say8 fritzies cigarettes cheap y. depaul interesting brother fred, serving american forces abroad. parts. it, interest, reproduced here: dear frank: was' quite surprised hear you heard me written letters suppose time some word. home telling tony enlisted. am hopes back pleasure saluting him .first lieutenant. fromyself willing remain private because scrap back, my tools. things look now, hun murderous associates done, don't thin'.: beforo boys those old states. frank, nice country people, meet anything anybody beats americanism. darndest getting used money. bills remind wall paper ones icgar coupons. wine flows pretty freely but" decided fellow leaves liquor alone .army off. taken care of. uncle sam very us, we our pay regularly,, nothing spend except little candy fruit while. know buy issued everything need, even soap, razors tobacco. ,even cheaper states, and' cigars course visiting cities day, york any time. glad how the' liberty loan 'way top. sure makes feel think people behind cent, ,1'alsir niu found comes raising l.avo ta!.o o:t hats sam. well, lot tell lite, can't now.. am. hoping seeing lit thenear, future then, yoa stories. brother,-fkxd-pl.raut oh, boy! mild winter prophets base predictions nuts animals, cessation". listen! ob helmer veteran muskrat raccoon, hunter; jacob forlow, "earthquake prophet"; blrdseye burch, "tho arboreal oxpert, gargling oil 'almanac agreed are. going winter. nevertetore four supposedly infallible weather bee amicable agreement. s thin fur'.bn skunk, raccoon fur-bearing animals. jever ob's intimate experience animal kingdom, dating fromthe 1848, fallell presage u terrible cold spell set in, noted fur on.all boon companions exceptional thickness luxuriance. hickory nuts, hence listen blrdseye, expert: "signs point failure hickory, trees bring forth dependable indication. 1 fall. fall speak ot. "the sign. ;falls. only does own observation confirm this, testimony forest walkers whose experiences antedate mine fell two weeks earlier usual. enter prophet.". record filing more documents smithsonian institute washington scientific prognostica-tor world. he" earned title prophet" treatise sought prove rockefeller, through instrumentality standard co., already withdrawn earth's crust cave-in smash-up globe might oil, maintained, necessary continued stability crust. contuse unsclentl- .flc mind to' intohhe-fclghly "ornate thesis forlow demonstrates connection between earthquakes, weather. suffice say stands squarely platform anil burch however, merely matter safety, neglect tons bituminous anthracite) lying cellar. appeal the-public. urgent ,1s health turner th3t checking epidemic influenza. remaining away fu- nerals unless deceased near relative felt abso- lutely attend. ban funeral's lifted, tliis ici'" endan- gcred crowds congre- oate homes. quilt. james securing quilt recently raffled pieced number children living cleveland avenue. blum donated lining, ladles quilted 142 tickets cents each, making $14.20 treasury. present. soldier overseas, absent friend, old-time rela- 5 tlve now residing elsewhere, daughter school, son city, almost-forgotten included present it's 52 cheery visits brighten up whole call ulver, that-many times. times, popular acknowledgment, is. conceded -amherst's newspapsr. prints, dares print, news worth printing. editorials features acquiring far-reaching reputations. costs $1.50 3 copy, double .money. subscribe we'll send fortunate, recipient receipt bearing name thoughtful giver. don't; forget renew subscription christmas! '' deaths sorrow edward martin, nee mi83 lydia griem, called re8t saturday morning; ooneta, chas. dies two-day illness floyd town, guessner others. death lydla grlcm, orient street, bride six came shock host friends. she passed g o'clock, bronchial pneumonia cause leath. sufferlug slight dasy, became seriously 111 death. martin among amhersts' woman, possessed lovable friendly character. concordia club, active st. paul's lutheran church. surviving aro husband parents. funeral homo 2 o'clock tuesday afternoon, jordan conducting services. beautiful floral tributes sent loving pallbearers elmer baxter carl berg, cousins martin. interment crown hill cemetery. parents nil knew lives higher life. bonlta baker suddenly. bonlta, 9 md mri. chnrles park avenue, influenza girl school wednesday, ill rapidly weakened until end. favorite schoolmates teachers bright scholar. peter's evangelical pall bearers selected messrs. ilenes, wernert, ban-.man wernert. wllmont.j services private. egll conducted. hill. towne wounds. towne, night gunshot wounds mention week. accident, occurred henrietta township hunting trip, man hurried hospital, sue ha loss blood t impossible save him. leg .been shattered just below hip joint. parents, sis tors, otto mable. five brothers. albert, irwin, ceorge claude home. afternoon east attended. conducted vocal selections rendered harris, clirlstena hruce booth. beautiful. palbluarers herbert henry hlntz, darke, rolling, linn theumberllng, lad's closest friends, avenue guessner. catherine guessner, aged resident north zilch parlors, neumels-ter 83 lived here death, removed where away. three daughters sons, jackson, cleveland: robert gage, lima; .mcgulre, amherst; vt sons chicago. krueck called. krueck, 45, grocer penfleld junction, pio neer resident, thanks giving augustine fla. reached southern city seek recupera tlon health, former many, passengers interur-ban cars automoblllsts. green line tied hours morning, pow er failed. msny were- unable places em. ploymcnt tall do chrutma? shopping rieth bros., elyrla. tf t6as rate raised 5ci ordinance passes flu situation worse doctor8 report ca8es funerals restricted. result alarming cases olllcer considering claniplng restrictions again. reopened five-weeks' close-up. towns again closed recurrence epidemic. lorain bad shape. cleveland, akron medina. right 25 disease, virulent ago. doctors report. communication surgeon rupert blue directing physicians pneumonia. did pneumonia, lately become lax, according officer. insisting str'- compliance ruling. restrict funerals. largo gatherings fu-nerals sev eral recent tended far too judge standpoint. crowded rooms, lies danger spreading contagious diseases. stricter scrutiny persons allowed made, possible numbers attend limited. absentees reache-1 17 percent. limit 20 percent, if reached, closed, measures taken. kendelgh account prevalence disease puplsl ami families, santa claus letter8. arranged re- celve grand glft-brlnger. pleased letters, try receives attention deserves. let kiddles write. address claus, publish come convention evening, 8, program arranged. splendid ar ranged townships, ng, s, ait 7 o'clock. con ventions promises' exception rule. program, suitable topics giv en fitted discuss them. follows: song congregation. scripture reading fire stone. prayer snyder. address, school-as asset community" prof. powers. solo kline. quartet stone choir. session. offering. closing benediction. officers association president vice ray hearn. secretary baker. treasurer peter becker. thanks. wish kind relatives bereavement beloved wife daughter; also especially soloists, .and hulda egll, jordan, offerings.- .martin. mr, mrs, john, oriem 36 net 1.000 cubic ffptpatik avf. f --. ........ graveled once. council mads qf.-whole movement matters. meetings enacted important, legislation looking erection who. lost gas ordinance, column paper. provisions consumers blc feet natural gas, ci discount prompt payment. thci minimum charge 2,000 feet. solicitor smythe pro' jented changed phrases ;as company officials conform wishes council. recommended passage thus imended. secured insertion "safety" clause reference disputes regard rato .unities commission practically identical ordinances supplied logan & fuel "is run tor indefinite period, conditions, decrease cost supplying chango either party's favor desirable. waited onjiy representing council's co-operation erecting bultablo honored heroes. represented men's association. fpster council- amuvtllage -clcrk-a. mlttee act ba organized bodies. explained representatives instructed, toucn witn otner sucn committees, combined approval. suggestion mayor, mooting 18, chambers, discussed, notices lodge, board, bodies brownhelm, asking representa tives desire pt ed 18 graveled. guild ask improvement mado impossible. little, attention, wet impassible, stretch front electric light plant. coat .of gravel put afford tem porary relief paved, desired prop erty owners. careful perusal vil lage's financial condition, moved inci 50 loads placed la on, seen neces sary thero continued., advises flu. .situation, effoits control appealed citizen .in retraining crowding, observing rulings make. smallpox good, case clerk authorized jo purchase books afid blanks'. the.mayor, marshal, cjerk. treasurer, cemetery trustee?, strs commissioner board w read approved, opino bills. dered paid. m'queen return. vsjfeteh dtcates f. moowaen, mnnorl nt i'nmn lirartnloaf ipt-i ttiorpe, ga., rtiifit. once, tnat tuo ;ajnmt) signed, indications camp at- uooior, ,wwt wut.fsui p
|Title||Amherst Times, 1918-12-05|
|Date of Original||1918-12-05|
|Source||LCCN: sn91069074, Amherst Times, 1918-12-05 2 5|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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