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' .' freedom for ,all , forever wwav.w.wavjwwva the amherst times. liberty first, last and always' vol. w, no. 17 sudscriptlon, $1.50 per year amherst, ohio, thursday, march 6, 1919. amher8t's greatest newspaper. minute men fetejoldiers interesting tales of camp " soldier life toldby returned boys. chfll con carne supper served tell work done here during war. one of- tho most onjoyablo meetings held n many months was that tues dnjf .evening, when mtnutg men, at .theodd fellows' hallr entertained in honor soldiers. probably a scoro or more boys were pres- ullk, 111 u1111u1111, u11m dcyolilllu u1v111uu clothes. ""too meeting llrst opportunity forbearing from hps fighting 'the stirring accounts . th'ejr experiences in. franco. .two b'oys had been' wounded fighting. it 'a get-together- meet ing; where soldter atld civilian might -lea,m what other war how. ended. v first all they eat. .. after short business meeting, entertainment confmfttee an excellent chlll-con-carne supper, which thoroughly "enjoyed, especially so by soldiers present. cigars., had. been lighted, george abderholden'was called on his' experiences, tie told 3'29th regiment's journey, .and while 2'9t'h as a, whole did not. get to. front, its -duties depot division we're nrduouaand monotonous "the boys' would have better"! pleased sent to fir- 'itw linn annlmiaa p-rontoil fipririro end o( his talk, case also with each speaker. good talkers. exceptionally fine talks given arthur- holllngsworth glenn curtis, both - mr, enlisted reg; ular before united states declared war, spent couple month mex- lean border, then was- france. some im,e quiet sector, .regiment got into action, saw hard fighting., lie- "at-cantlgny, town amherst's size, whore, yanks leveled ah hour, previously fp'ugla: over five times' not ,jmichj damaged. subsequent fighting, he wa"s hit shrapnel,- out commission, jor good, but paid tribute -to fighters, artillery support. ..glenn; had- similar experi ence. he, several big drives, during- his, regiment difficulty catching .up. germans, he. saw' prisoners taken, hts last- fight finger badly cut up. reaching a. shell hole, knap sack shot pieces, finally reached aid station, back hospital. tracted pneumonia, no active service. man talks. henry c. plato spoke us represen tatlvit .heavy artillery: ths 84th division. gave attention trip across, arid amusing infor mation. upon arrival france, underwent six weeks' course training under french offi- -cers, using system measurements, orders proceed front armis "tice-was signed. said' there little american used until few drives guns thou sands readiness. metz be have, lasted much longer. said stood hub miles' across ralph cole mainly traveling 411 france hunting company. left 329th engineer ing school. completing this, toward be,- couldn't find ho heard rumors pieces. paris ecommoy, re union took place. tin ha maa oncfl f-iwl .luillrl i p" llf!p ui.u iiu ii uii v.mhnwi. ......... --n ....v ranges. ; speak lightly hardships. speakers hints unpleasant complaint, considering themselves lucky home again, safe t sound. principal complaint slowness being aboard boat, intolerable waits brest otbyt'i ports their, liking, esjf'ialjy long for. "chow" anpnhe sleeping quarters pitched mud. "sunny france" apparently escaped boys, saying if didn't rain very day there, suspected something wrong, au seen- less german talked them, perhaps taken a- few. ost gtfft taken,, knew allies win, considered captured. civilians speak, -too. dr.'w. h. turner told' always welcome stories." ii, blum gave- nepotist organization k. p, rainbow reveille hasj300d stuff frank m'dermott sends oberwinter, germany. sister, mrs. clayton young, wo received late copy ohio reveille, her rank mddermott, well known local boy. is army occu-paption, stationed germany, immediate prospect his. early return, says boys" are enjoying their stay hunting, fishing, outdoor ports. weather has mild there. "father sons" number, contains heap articles subtle humor. this number dedicated "bad," best articles, .entitled "a heart talk dad," printed here: dear dad: words lincoln say tbout mother, run today, through my mind won't go 'way.. remember them? 'think you do. "all am owe you." that's said, meant too, know it's true. still there's word add, ever hoarted dad." makes mo glad. sweat brow, ci.. loused hand,, busy brain tolle 1 planned, me could demand. see now understand. hav.e bee.n times i'm sorry for, before-1 my." store for" never think pay score. bank, s. o. s., merely address. realized, guess, foolishness confess. but, dad, ve lu r"3d thing two since ala you, about things ought do debt over- due know, gladly worked slaved, me' scraped saved, gave,me.all asked raved. god knows! wish aved. lonesomeness sentry go, nights lit sudden glow flare star-shell dropping slow, i've hought how can show love thanks- and- owe. .vhat learned and' what' had; aim will make you. glad nuke proud be; dad me, your son", boy, lad. ree seeds asking; ask office 200 packages garden seeds, davey. hand government give them last, anyone who may asli them. children should note uigne.d parents. package seed cotnalns smaller peas, beets, carrots, cucumbers lettuce. congressman martin l. davey 14th district, recent letter, taking care voluntary requests sev eral thousand people district. portion distributed equitable manner. out, supply lasts, "first come served." application already they'ro going. edward peitch vlsjtor elyria-tuesday. recounted latter's assistance various lib erty bond, savings red cross drives. rev. kyle booth, attended welfare conference week "sherman, review every made known, proper help given. program community lnstitu tlon communities, better, forget policies ideals prevalent new age, now1. mayor foster, representing mun nlclpallty, welcomed ex- pressed.the feeling those comparison sol diers. attorney william miller expressed welcome, taught al americans, heart. soul. sports amuse. fpr hour between the' session supper,-the pres ent enjoyed camps, such 08 leap ''frog, passing tho- stick, "cock-fights." lead feature was-one mot enjoy-able, the, evening. mitchells lose falls team girls trim visitors olmsted falls, fall down. fastest games played floor, results doubt minute. friday evening mitchell flvo lost fa.lls wlnnlhg 35 30. teams evenly matched outcome minutes clay. surprised locals heir speed. ability teamwork, breaks' game! .half bruce amherst' boner stars, bruca caging 7 4 baskets. visitors" led 20 id half-' way mark. period furious. sub- tituted center baker, harsh went place lynch. showed himself master art shooting baskets, "watch ,)lg fellow" oft shouted warn among visiting players. third quarter play er maue misiaue anu snoi uuii basket, score count- ng locals. tied goal foul line, placing point lead. determined to' win start, the. final period. las.t 15 produced deter mined 'fight lead, vial- tors .were denied, filial figures -35 lineup: 30 m. baumhardt r. f. g. gt amherst: shepherd bonor hall "" tieltjis 10, lynoh, harsch field goals 3, 2, (one bas ket mistake). olmsted: s, 5, tolulsl, fpuls 1. substitutions baker: referee king. girls' game. fast preliml naryi de feated 12 10. arose because accord rules according rules. decided play1 half half, opened lots pep. egll scored bankets within minutes. start'of second quarter, aesler collided brick wall, receiving-such bump head she out. olive wllker ii.- varsity sub stituted exhibition plain fancy guarding. 6 favor visitors. rules, action. 10 all, minutes- necessary. whistle hardly blown ket, making herst's favor. girlstried td overcome small not' able grade. menz, if; brucke. rf;. egll, c; aesler, lg; purcell, rg. falls: z. atkinson, if: q. rf; shrlppa, scroggle, miller, g, atkinson shripka 3. fouls brucker 1, raesler. bruce. we turned down ad. brok erage house delphos request our columns advertisement, offering buy bonds, stamps. accompanying recommendations postmaster testifying reliability firm, ad waste basket. granting firm honest patrl otic, fact bonds kept purchase, at' least .for while, absolutely necessary dlsposo banks accommodate any customer better advantage than outside house. shall continue turn down.any advertising material. buyer b08ton store. roy mjtcbell, park avenue, position coat suit department boston store, lorain, beginning duties' week.' days cleveland malting purchases pf spring stock, .will tq we! coma, friends; l6 rata tors. famous bars soon become memories drought strikes u. 'presidential order july 1! estoppers aridity prepare trotsky hit. igoes dry presi dential proclamation four longer ruralltu1 mi lan slide state, street, hlcago, helnlegabubbier's" placo, bar room iamous trick stairways, electric currents, firo gongs, prob ably, converted harbei' hpo bathhouse" "hlnky dink's" advertise biggest beer america becomo mecca tired thirsty. thowell-known "scut tle suds" seen, cheer humblohearthstono proletariat. they've prepared. manufacturers ,dnd dealers spirits that- delight, rob men's souls seen handwriting wall thousands saloons drug stores, ice cream parlors, candy stores,' book groceries, motion picture thea ters, hnberdnshe.rios soft drink emporiums. .v. goes vote 27. three close, .owners engage lines business. bridgeport, conn., world, 263, feet long, closed proprietors ha? inuounced hat take whiskey go: parts start saloon. 'i pabst brewery' milwaukee lias rented part 'plant, brewery portage, wis., sold fixtures disposed kegs "liberty cabbage" containers. great northwest. louisville distiller close shop,--plant ivy "and "let stand ruins, monument folly generation generations gnzb' upon." farewell rallies.wlll hold minnesota towns juno option state presldentiaf effective, lords, "palace nojweglan prince'," "bucket blood," bcenes"ot jlany gaiy.'tlmcs).- 'hard ht. s frotsky, : village ,'saloon, "oasis," which' paying license $8,000 thus mos: expenses. columbus, old neil house, time sheltercl charles dickens, cafeteria. prohibition means closing 3,418 illinois, 5.b00 3,000 missouri, 1,800 minnesota. jn kentucky, 9,655 wisconsin, countless york, pennsylvania throughout east, west, north, south, middle england. verily nigh. oberlin visitors' teamwork cannot stopped. star tuesday evening's fray college gym, mkalng total 16 points, despite showing, defeat 4g game one, dis playing started rush quarter-they wero 8 2; caught up headed off after, splendid factor. main team. broke plays cause locals' defeat. although oberlin, disgrace-to defeated calibre. lng mlnuto preliminary lorain bullets composed high school play. era, 18 9, players: bruce, baum hardt, mitchell, c;j. rg; r, baumhardt, lg. mabon, rf r crokcr, heb olswaito, oi chase, admitted free. v. e. icgbee, manager em plre theater, announces that" dters uniform theater nightfree.ot charge. 'ho urges the- .cotne havi tf. good11 time,,' jnnovatlon 'j)e continued indefinitely. ibr1ck milan ave. pavement council decide materials, width intersections. temporarily improve johnson's hill, bad condition-other matters. council's tuoi- lay directed avenue paving proposition, oiji laundon, associated jack warden, engineer, presont o matters leflnltoly time. discussion, cided material bo particular paving, litllulde brick, oughened furnish footing horses, 300 side sharpest grades found. mr. laundon estimated hie years, ith hill paved, forgot- en years least. minor questions discuss-i. whero starts eabt end, 21 wide, keeping thi3 past street car tracks, narrowing feet. west shortly brldgo, idened 2g feet, ox- ond around double curves lin bridge. straight away btretch suf- dent ordinary use. want y moved. members believed jtreot railway company move tracks cen ter leart far enough north curb suitable driveway ide. present, curb, auto orrlg dare allowed remain "y" beaver court, loop hall. slag. commissioner slag im prove bill south amlthe voted fho part, "just brink decline, "gone," quag- .nlro u almost impassible. ownship trustees intend improving aelr ns possible, lie temporary improvement now, extensive repairs later. (juito maturing dur- march, tax money y&t received, m advance gotten tide municipality un- 11 possibly days. reports read mayor, clerk, treasurer, murshnll, com missioner cemetery trustees. bills mostly salaries, ordered paid. furs victory dance recovered girl reform school, suspended sentence sordid stories. stolen teh eagles' vic tory, ball feb. 24 bit sadder wiser result. career gayety brought jerk. elyria girls, scarcely 1c companions. found fur neck valued $40, dlsap peared. advertisement pa por result bringing rightful owners police notified. spotted monday possession. arrested probate court. story neglect, mother dead, conditions plcasantest, hesitate father right kind different girl. claimed family reason ,of incident going staying woman dered county judge v!1 cox, oth jugdo sympathy (he delaware placo her. girl, companion, sen tence. huron hi beats brownhelm basketball easily fives gym saturday quite slow. -iiu uppouuuis iu ine suowers ,iae tune ot 04 score, enlarge y. committee decides on. intensive cultivation plan auxiliary. approved regular quarterly hotel, proposed possible supervise intensively boy llto townships. june additional associate secretaries placed field. ono supervision hl-y clubs schools. definito religious a., felt, bhould ried co-operation churches sunday schools county, secretary disposal connection classes. intention secure specialist cducatton. attention. planning enlarged program, social need felt responsibility w. c woman's auxil iary. approval enlargement careful consideration needs county. organization, eight successful confidence people, justified undertaking coming year. here. central methodist church basement, attended. ltugg addressed gathering, sketching plans work, outlining coining lorain. maple syrup uncertain yeah cold insure outlook fruit good. fates must peeved poor humans. deprive lot lee like, weather. just balmy can't maplo sages dwell know. plenty havo hence, open syrup. freez sap provide sweet stud'. again. warm buds trees, freezes to! crop. let's pray spring. indications yields kinds. gleam hope: syrupers expect alilo elast tast'e premier spread pancakes, such. sell $2.50 gallon, probably. weatheri title "sprig cobo," nice artlcel written week's issue, snow bluster, metal pot went. maybe we'll use again weeks. changeable weeks set prognosticators speculating cause. solar upset, instead having seasons lasting each, each. is: summer, next fall, winter, fourth pretty deep stuff. way, look though truth it. 'tls funny world! chorister secured services bough'er conservatory chorister. baugher has,been, recently, engaged musical camp, studying music oberlin. cantata bq'glven'at eas direction. 32 grows lolafls 140, faculty from'1 rated class." ranks. courses int studtfl old. starting superintendent raymond 1s84, two-story building 25- 40 student body 12, 140 students seven instructors. class," accredited list university, .colleges. class graduated 1887. threo boys-- edwnrd huene, klnsey harry hnrt. tima.tho throe course, added 1004. modern studies-taught. present "gives english, french, latin, european history, algebra, geometry, science, physics, commerce industry, commercial stenography, typewriting bookkeeping. organized students, such" literary-dramatic society, club, glee bating team, mid hoys military training. these pursuing along same study accomplishing deal. doing -work townspeople urged visit bet- cr acquainted. j50nferenge building, 22 .23. ;yi iv .-mca' annual countw-boi's'.ki: ...... vrj!" .wui' .1. vs-ftvli k j .i..ni...jt naa f l host, 3q0 400 wprev hpro fnr tvurwlnv anaafnn nv nn pected attendance .... .i. i. ... sessions thq auditorium, which: tt seating capacity 1,000. leonaid i'aulson, for1 the-international county-wide conference, delegates town-.ships schools, scouts, boys'; organlta tions represented. syrian relief campaign -still lags, chairman returns yet in- gives $250 slowly. date ar menian-syrian past, into, chair-v amounts. aschen- mch collected $1,000 date, quota $1,250, met. canvass missing. censure herst. rather neighboring town, -when returns, lo in, put district margin spare. canvassed rapidly churches, cards slowly.. desired report saturday, responding subscriptions chairman, powers, earliest moment. fairly delaypd cards. hoped aschenbach bank receive made. lent begins, observance gan wednesday, ap propriate catholic churches. servlcesk'wlu frequently easter, falling april 3l observance, -ijent usually let-up activities, affairs vstheduled presentation,, others easter togs 'ladles gentlemen y.et had-oxtensiye sale, '1, general tiuylrfk ba under, ymy,
|Title||Amherst Times, 1919-03-06|
|Date of Original||1919-03-06|
|Source||LCCN: sn91069074, The Amherst Times, 1919-03-06 2 17|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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