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the amherst times. will you bec ready victory liberty loan 4 tm ii mma miimiimiwii jum mm be ready? m mtmmsm i mi wmmummim vol. ii, no. 24. subscription $1.50 per year amherst, ohio, thursday, april 24, 1919. amher8t'8 qreate8t new8paper.. neumeister here. 3 years evanqeucal (stone) church progresses under his pastorate. praise officers of and organ-, ixatlona hopes to continue in charge nov. m. nouraelster, well known paator "evangelical chlirch, has just completed third local church, during which time prospered every conceivable way. minister is attendance at conference thhr district held ellis-ton, 23 28. , was organized 1836, two miles north amherst. first ' building erected 1848 on a parcel land now as theager-man farm. 1866 frame .erected near present building, 1881 stone.church erected. over three quarters century this stoor community for righteousness and' good citizenship. noted charity. "when came ago," said itev. neumelster recent interview, "people outside congregation told me, 'you have wealthiest town.' don't know that, but do that those who wealth havalt because hard work thrift. know, too, most them give freely their wealt hfor worthy causes, such ns y. 0. .a., red cross, armenian syrian relief", missions, etc. they were also heavy investors $27,000 worth bonds bought by members my church. recognition these purchases, received letter from .treasury department expressing its thanks" thanks treasury read follows: rev. "neumelster, pastor, evangelical association, ohio. - dear reverend: we desire express luomberj absoda- "uon our highest appreciation 'liberal support loan. -this la. an irrefutable proof pa. -mntlsm loyalty, .wise act thrifl sincerely hope "war sav-' lngs" havo like response. very truly yours, hans rieg, ! chief, foreign language division sells war savings stamps. asked how many fourth bought, unable answer, he ill not able tabulate ampunts. "i no .lnniit tmv hnueht share,'' ho added, "and again so drive. "i've account a. q. menz & hanking co. amount sav-lngs stamps sold us 1918 it amounted $10,390.09 bank, aud 2.400 park bank n total j12.790.09. much addition "at banks know. personal sales more than $5,000." .has been adequately .nimnrtmi liv congregation. salary raised stay here, 1919-20 (continued pago six) celebrate golden wedding anniver8ary may 5 mr. arid mrs. george linn, avenue, 6 anniversary or wedding. married 1869 marshall, mich. both are health, find realize nearing half mark wedde'd life. children couple aro ingeugene, herbert susan, all there seven grandchildren one great grandchild. big majority $14,000 issue paving milan avenue hill car-rie3, 160 15. officials pleased, promise early fulfillment of' wishes people. brownhelm close election centralization carries votes lose margin 9. browilhelm tuesday purpose ascertlnlng sentiment voters toward tho pro posed township schools proposition bonding $50,000 new school buildings. plan carried votes. $50,000' bond lost 9 votes, vote propositions being closer expected. since had smaller money would approved. result election, tne board go ahead with centralizing schools. require room purposes available, whether built rooms leased some central point yet decided. power borrow necessary additions. districts lying ver millon belonging expected align them-selves vermilion, remain der come chil-dren eventually attend cen tral school. idea gaining ground country, especially west. bugaboo m, if comply request spooks it's up you. oldtlmo endless chain letters flooding mails, according peninsular news, com munlty exception. persons receiving prayer threatening misfortune their' requests complied with, nefari ous' missives worried afraid doubt tp what do. ever starter menacing tomfoolery be, unlimit fid nerve imagination little short witchcraft. recipients in- structed pray each day days soldiers sailors mall friends same instructions liable predict befall .the breaker link end less chain. anony- mous signed full instructed do, likewise. la understood few- prominent ladies become victim spell thn demands. others re celved spooky wor rled considerably welcomp investigation. f. e. kaser dies heart disease ice cream tax 1. 10 cent additional must pair consumer. predictions carry about 1 special monday wore far too conservative. almost unanimous, 15, or' precinct 81 against; preienct fb, 79 against. interest. rushed any voting hours, wa3 shortly after polls closed. improvement pushed. mayor poster said, regarding election: "tho village pleased result. intend right out voters." meeting council next evening, 29, discuss project, plans. thing done ask bids. say bids seem high exhorbltant, deferred bit. business believe should taken even prices rather high. wait another year. is' belle'r,d material costs gradually declining, tlmo actually undertaken prlceg fairly reasonable. long needed improvement. .a dream years' standing seems fulfilled. es pecially hill, bugbear founding city. late years, bottom quagmire wet weather, impassable. plans call tor brick pavement set 6-lnch concrete base, curbing, catch basins ,etc. start main street un railroad viaduct. various property owners defray part cost, village's share estimated cost $18,500 $14,00.0. revenue cream, ico sodas sundaes soft drinks goes into effect law reads thai "thero shall bo paid consumer person conducting soda fountain, parlor similar place commonly ico' sodas, such." dealers, troubles prices, declare take rapid calculator compute b)lls. suppose four five party order different kind concoction drink. price. larger cities, tea small restaurant proprietors considerable difficulty rdreed meal guise food. hotel restaurunt men think prob lem enter domain bill doesn't mention them. anyway, when served table d'hote dinner, separate price fare, determined? candy ther discussed subject. store owner says 80 asks why bear burden tax. figured looks saving eating else reserve dessert dinner. dock lunches. least saloon amherst's keep open doors 26. jacob dock, cafe owner, serve lunchesf hsl reputation, handle varied line drinks. wonderful photoplay shown soon county y add secretary girls drive funds started 16. $15,000 oberlin busines8 college pre8ident talk8 8tudent8 opens bells ring ing noon expect pa38 quota. town closely canvassed volunteer workers tanks here saturday stimulus. last thursday j. t. henderson, president oberlln college, talked pupils. subject "human efficiency," emphasized physical, mon- tal moral phases address pupils, profit it. talk editor, declared times bust paper reaches office, receives multitude t() busily attempting reach her quota $155,350 possible. wednesday campaigning, subscriptions reached $15,000, returns until week homes (h canvassers. launching sig nalized blowing whistles ringing bells. preparations soliciting -n11 (iiniln nml unrlrlira whn finrl honn ... ,1 cl ..!... ...111 given supplies y"u ."u . o hall friday night, sunday jconvention fine program arranged meet welling ton sunday, 27. annual convention lorain official start. number sized day. lutheran jordan, subscribe, sum $500. tank coming saturday. visited saturday, 26, whippet tanks. wellington committee promises tq ol strongest presented associa tion years. among speakers including walter g. cupplnger, b. d. d.d., ohio state sun lay association t vw. ,,,,lnmltl. ,1-l,, w .o u-hn anur nptl.lll anrvlffi uvul cuii cuitim net iiiuu kaser, best j respected citizens, died suddenly 8:10 o'clock morning minutes starting hi3 duties chiaf dark quarry cleveland stone apparently health. walked adjoining the. offic car blanks. wilbur holl, noting delayed return, investigated found across tablo desk, unconscious. dr. mcqueen, hurriedly summoned, pronounced him dead -disease, death probly occuring instantly. mother, living belleyuo, disease. 43 old. 25 years: ago belleyue, western union operator station leaving position succeed coven st the'quarries company 15 16 ago. kaaer member masons, k. p., othor fraternal societies, active worker civic -affairs. officer affairs k.uth. hom nfinnv imnortant nosltions. comes shock entire community, numbered hundreds. surviving widow, daughter, mi3s lona, home, son. d.. medical service camp ayior, ny., jyho summoned home. father mother brother, sam, washington, bellevue. brother recently a, separation ar funeral arrangements, bean computed. "the bluebird," maurice maeter linck's masterpiece, theater auspices junior class picture oen finest amher3t, class, everyone. s distinction. enjoy adults. play inelf, written poem form maeterlinch, belgian shakos peare," modern iioeiiis written. maeterlinck man seas beauty things wrote bluebird" put where everyone could see ;ie poet whose down l0 classes people, rich poor alike. maeterlinck's live .orever. artcraft un-ler direction rvcnch director, tourneur. few rivals field mo-inn direction, made pictures motion screen, i. nam tour- teur zenith ills' artls-1c career directed "blue bird." tickets printol an:l circulation. yen can obtain solllted. 'any clana. want mls3. home c. need approximately $10,000. month method used confining campaign county-wide canvass friday, 'phis successfully other counties. lake county, cleveland, hub confined appeal r, several easy socure needc. year's one-day cam palgn prolong captains committees elyrla evening 6:30. enable .vhole thoroughly single enlarged summer. inauguration wori boys, undertak supervision boy seoul troops co- neratlon placed before y" necessity enlarging staff. arrange summer athletics recreation county. vn addi tional demanded. entirely undertaking -be employment t'. w. 'with girls, employed cooperation .ural townships oppor tunity worker. machines france. oberlln, maklni. trip crosb 8:1g remaining hour half. while hei'f through paces spectators get germans face hoped city band greet suppl patriotic music. hundreds visitors overybody invited urged out. cities. page advertisement contributed quar ries ads follow completion o( campaign. telling arguments loan, reading, making progress towurd quotas, detroit oversubscribed $55,000,000 $8,000,k0 campaign, monday. $7,000,000 .hree days. particulars bonds. fifth gov eminent asking noney l'hey 4-5 yi gold notes, mtbject excess income only, prefer pel note free (es tate inheritance excepted). lilther convertible othei .it life note. better mort gage g terms interest maturity warrant never dro: below par. further, pay ment liberal wll deprived privilege invest ing. government glee club opera house packed night widely heralded concert. campflre scene ha strong nurjysera pleaie.' morning, "christ's estimate child hood," hi lecture, "religious education construction." arnod columbus, ohh kyle booth p. postt elyrla. young people's conference. connection conventloi th- rection superintendent, martin association. anton dute treasurer cooper, superintendent congrega school, serving- president. large convention, autos. complete forenoon o'clock. regular vari ous churches. worship opening song invocation prosldent. scripture heading. prayer. music choir. greetings o. coby. response cooper. announcements. appointment committees. offering. sermon, "jesus' esti mate childhood" lay-school afternoon 2 devotional exercises. asset school" hev. pond, oberlln. administrative -was filled limit nlgfit, club, under; minute men, .gave concert season audience. iwas advertised. composed stalwart, eood looking si credit uniforms thby wore. tlselr voices excellent, training perfect. wirkler, director. entitled greatest assembling voices, upon quality entertainment produced students. fully seated wero urned away whle,h shows .he opinion obprlln's premier organization. humor program. serious numbers vere pleasing, humorous lumbers introduced effec-lvely. probably merry 'lucks" winj best. end. navy uniform felj off itage effort "quack." lumerous boys audi-mce others, appreciated "service campus" luring latter pre-.ented size stage, regret udlence. favored 1th solos de-ight ear. loan'. supt. powers wm. miller, appealed pointing flag saying th decker, pippert, boywho shed blood franco flanders remembered. hij but- effective. "group songs sung itrths darkened louse, impressive pensive icone. sentry the- background 111 wuiuil i.uudcu --v hlnk son thero prrfjuibljf lolng thing. sang "gene-love" "sweet low." lights (urned and1 'joys "oberlln." women stood up,, bpread standing. audience 8l"n erses star-spangled'tlanner" did gusto. affair success' planning bring annually'. ent application, july poste, easter rainy. baker, sr. following illness pneu monla, william sr., aged 5, passed ovlock wejnes- flay avenue. ne oi mnsi bad lived church'circlei. htuliand, wi'-hnm grocer, children. clerk william. jr manuel 'and elmer,' mus harriet hcief pvobate court. arrangements beau press time. risers visions perfect noon, however, sky rain steadily. condescended stop, bul air chilly. so, altogether, ventured forth bonnets, stilts, coats anil purchase lu preparation thr services al churches, audiencse large. methodist gave cantata di h. heam, wa greatly enjoved present. bpe-prepared choirs front, eat-!, scores card thank8. wo' wish thank neighbors assistance sym pathy bereave loss beloved wl mother. beautifu floral offerings. webber, anna webber. matilda 20 aug. 12, sept. 9, oct. 7 sent accrued 11. this, de vised dividing payments period, exceed above tlmo, co suit ability convenience customers receive salalres ly, bi-weekly monthly. opportunity. "this your opportun ity rainy day, ti jffer governmen. jorely it," chairman area. victory, )f thorn already returned unong us, mus' je returned, nade supreme sacrifice, resting battle scarred plains en- ope. them, memory. hey whole duty ,et faith; let aat sehlls formed barrage .'ictory. hun trembling ')ack berlin, planted name ind fame america ions, over, nor i.i til ha- lireath lollar spent pal ir accounted for; wll' lah see, crisis trans 'ormatlon, continuation business. nust remember iepends contracts keeping em ployed, ernment's wheat established war. duty, extent incumbent americana, est nation earth, ps pictured world fire battle." education, fred jones south appointed director 'flli -vacancy caused resignation c, kendelgh. teachers increase $10 month. minimum wage $70. minor matters disposed of. versailles separator nicholl visltora tuesday. mhiiuill iwiimhm?l .iimhfi ife-ir ltjbwlhhhr fccjmi " irhih44ur k,i rf
|Title||Amherst Times, 1919-04-24|
|Date of Original||1919-04-24|
|Source||LCCN: sn91069074, The Amherst Times, 1919-04-24 2 24|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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