Amherst News-Times, 1922-02-23
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urn* *mm m THE AMHERST NEWS-TIMES [ ^rssisfs '■t*YAi4? IMUID THURSDAY AMHERST. OHIO. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 1022. Subscription Price. $2.00 par Year "Sandstone Center of the WeeleT lllllllllll..l.l.<...<n,l.n,,,nH1llllllllllllllllll!ll« South Amherst Oeorge Oorr, Correspondent illlillllllllllilllllllllllllllll! TO OIVE DANCE The South Amherst Dancing club will give a dance at the Foresters' hall Saturday evening. Tbe Berlin Heights orchestra will furnish the music for the event. A large crowd Is expected to attend and a good time Is assured. The admission will be 76 cents per couple. ENTERTAINS SUNDAY SCHOOL OLAS8 O. K. Duff and MIbb Nancy Slack entertained their Sunday School class at the Methodist church parlors Monday evening. The evening was spent In playing games and music, after which luncheon was served. The following members were present: Dorothy Slack, Phyllis Barnhardt, Doris Springer, Alice and Virginia Oarland, Mary and Hattie Fountain, Hilda Ruth, Walter Gasser, Herbert Merchant, Arthur Wragg, Leland Jones, Arthur Kilmer, Allen Thompson and Oeorge War ren. The Invited guests were Miss Harriet Belt. Miss Minnie Slack and Mrs. William Allsop. A good time was reported by all. ENTERTAIN PEDRO CLUB The Pedro club was entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Knuff- man Saturday evening. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Powers, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Urshall, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Corbett, Mr. and Mra. Oust Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. John Kauffman. The evening was spent in playing pedro and at a late hour luncheon was served by the hostess. RETURN8 FROM WEST Mrs. Theressa Dute arrived Monday from Ihado, where she has been for the past two years. She has been employed in Payette, Idaho, as a stenographer. Mrs. Dute Is now staying with her mohter, Mrs. Lena Wagner. eratlon at the Amherat hospital Saturday. She Is getting along nicely. Fred Almroth Is spending several days In Norwalk. William Hunting of Elyria spent Tuesday evening visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson. Mrs. E. Rleballng of Elyria is spending several days visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Andrew Schleferstlne. THE CHURCHES Congregational. Rev. O. B. Olthens, paator. Church aervlces, 10 a. m. Sunday School, 11 a. m Msthodlat. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Church services 1p.m. SOUTH AMHER8T BRIEFS The South Amherst band will practice at the town hall Tuesday evening. All members are requested to attend. The Security Benefit association will hold an Important meeting at the Foresters' hall Friday evening. The Foresters of America will hold an Important meeting In their hall Wednesday evening. The South Amherst High School or chestra will practice at the Foresters' hall Monday evening. All members are requested to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Vogley ot Elyria spent the week-end with the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bruce. Miss Anna Aebersold of Oberlln spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oodfred Aebersold. Miss Fern Hahn of Ridgeville spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hahn. Mrs. John Ruth of Amherst spent Sunday visiting friends In South Amherst. Andrew Schleferstlne and John Kauffman were Lorain visitors Saturday. The Parent-Teachers' association met at the school building Wednesday afternoon. Paul Wood and Mr. Roe of Elyria spent Friday visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Kilmer. Mrs. John Oarland ot Elyria spent the week-end with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Joseph Heathecote. A. Dulmage of Oberlln spent Saturday at the home of Howard Dulmage. Alfred Emery of Elyria spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Emery. Miss Lettle Heussner has left for Lorain, where she will train to he a nurse at the St. Joseph's hospital. MIbb Muriel Baldry of Cleveland spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Stephenson. Roy Rogers, Howard Cole and Mr. Noll of Oberlin spent Saturday visiting with friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wragg of Amherst spent the week-end with the former's mother, Mrs. Sarah Wragg. Miss Margaret Schneider of Ridgeville spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs! Ernst Schneider. Clarence Block Is confined to his home with illness. The condition of Mrs. Oeorge Volk, who has been seriously HI at her home, remains about the same. Miss Odelia Springer of RidgevTiie spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Springer. John Bartlome and John Oaumann spent the week-end visiting friends in Cleveland. Mrs. William Baden underwent an operation at the Amherst hospital on Saturday. John Wlnson and Harold Allsop were Lorain visitors Saturday evening. Miss Ethel Urshall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' Walter Urshall of Buckeye street, is confined to her home with Illness. Mrs. Bmil Ruth underwent nn op- 8t. Johns Ivangalloal. Rev. A. Egli, paator. Sunday achool, 1 p. m. Church services, 2 p. m. AGED RESIDENT DIES SATURDAY Mrs. Henrietta Franks, aged 83, and a life-long resident of Amherst, died at her home here Saturday, her death coming as a shock to her many friends and relatives. Death was the result of heart failure. Mrs. Franks had been In seemingly good health and arose Saturday morning in a like condition. Later in the morning she was stricken with heart failure and died shortly after. The deceased had been a life-long resident of Amherst and had made many friends here. She was very active in church an community work and leaves many associates In this work to mourn her death. She is survived by three sons: Henry and Adam, who reside at the home, and Edward of Clough's Quarry; two daughters: Mrs. A. Kane of Cleveland and Mrs. Minnie Hurlbut of the Middle Ridge; also eleven grandchildren. The funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon front the home of her son Edward at dough's quarries, Rev. M. Neumeister officiating. Burial was made in the Cleveland avenue cemetery. BEGINNING TO RUN SCHOOL ADDITION TO BE COMPLETE IN YEAR IMPROVEMENT WILL INCLUDE GYMNASIUM, SHOWERS. MOTION PICTURES AND ALL MODERN EQUIPMENT VERMILION FALLS BEFORE LOCAL HI The Vermilion high boys' cage outfit toppled before the attack ot the locals at Vermilion last Saturday night by a score of 18-14 In a closely contested battle. Tbe local girls, however, came in on the short end of a 6-2 score. Both games were fast and full of thrills and fans were given two interesting contests. The Vermilion girls had the heat of the game throughout, the locals being held to only two foul goals, which were scored by Murine. Hammel and Hurlbut were the stars for the Vermil- lonites. Tbe boys' game was by far the more interesting ot the two. The scoring in the first half was close, first one team scoring and then the other. The locals, however, managed to be on the long end of a 8-6 score at the end of the first half. In this period, Monger, with three field goals, and L. Neumeister, with one, were the only scorers. T, Neumeister went Into the game at the close of the third quarter, and In this period caged three field goals. Monger caged a field goal in this period and L. Neumeister made two points from fool goals. L. Moyer, of the Vermilion aggregation, was their big scorer, with two field goals and sis foul goals. Berk and Law were each credited with one field goal each. Summary: AMHERST Field Foul Pts. OBERLIN AMERICAN LEGION TEAM DEFEATED The real Oberlln American Legion cage outfit did not stack up against the Fords here Friday night as had been scheduled, but a substitute team from Oberlln took the floor and met defeat by a score of 36-22. The game looked easy for the Fords In the first half, they outscoring their opponents two to one. The visitors sprang a surprise in the last half and played the Fords even. Bruce and Heggie were the big scorers for the Fords In the first half, each caking six field goals each. Friend and Mitchell came In on the scoring in this period with one field goal each. Mitchell also caged one foul goal. A. Smith, with three field goals, Steagall with one and R. Smith with two were the scorers for the visitors. The last half was the scene of a snappy game, both teams showing good form and clever playing. Heggie, Mitchell and Bruce each put the ball through the hoop for one field goal, while Friend managed to put It through twice. Mitchell also caged one foul goal. R. Smith and A. Smith shared honors, with two field goals each in the last half. Steagall also put the ball through the hoop for two points In this period. Summary: FORD SALES Field Foul Pts. Friend. If. 3 0 6 Bruce, rf. 6 0 12 Mitchell, c. 2 2 6 Heggie, rg. 6 0 12 Tullpan, lg. 0 0 0 LORAIN CHURCH FIVE TOO FAST FOR PLATOS The Plato ClothlerB took defeat for the third time this season when they K'ueked! up against the St. David's church outfit of Lorain at the gym Friday night. The ini.il score was 30- ITi, ihe locals being nosed out by live points. The locals were out of form, many eauy idiots at the cage being mlHBod. Tht« change of lineup during the courSce of tho game also effected the result Ol the game. The score at the end of the first half stood 12-9 In favor of the visitors. Wiseman, with two Held goals, Belden with one. Hearn with one field goal and one foul goal, wen the only seor- us for the locals. Thomas, with two field goals and Cameron with three field goals and two toul goals, were the ecorers for the visitors In this period. In the last half. Hearn. Belden and Wilson were each credited with one Held goal whjle Wiseman was credited with three flevld goals. Hearn also caged four foul goats. Howells, with four field goals, and Cameron with four field goals and two foul goals were the scorers of the visitors in the last half. Summary: PLATO CLOTHIERS Field Foul PU. According to nil present Indications the new uildltion to Amherst public schools will be ready for occupancy In about one year's time Bids for the erection Ol the udell tlon have been advertised for and will be opened Murch 16. and the successful bidder will start the work at once. If this schedule Is followed (•lonely, the Interior work In the addition should be finished by the first of next year. Tho addition to the present building will be in the form of two wings, extending westward from the old school- house. One wing will Join the present structure at the north end and the other at the south Tbe ret tangle then formed will be enclosed and used for a gymnasium. The wings of the building will Include four class rooms, two modernly equipped laboratories, n manual training shop and an extensive commercial department. The gymnasium will be seventy-five feet betwoen basket ball baskets and approximately forty- eight feet wide A stage will be built at one end of the gyninuslum floor and a balcony built on both sides und the end opposite the stage. Two large dressing rooms and shower buths are Included In the plans. A special feature of the new building will be a domestic science department. A cooking room und a sewing room will be equipped in the basement. Each noon It is proposed to serve a medium priced cafeterlu luncheon to the students. These meals will be served nt cost and will consist of only wholesome foods. This system Is advocated by many doctors as being superior to the usual cold lunches at noon supplemented by sundry purchases of nlck-nucks at the candy store. It is proposed to Install a moving picture machine. In the gymnasium and educational pictures will be shown al noon hours. It Is hoped by this system to keep the students who do not eat at home at the school bouse during the noon recess. During school hours the moving picture projected will be used In connection with the teaching of different subjects. Mr. Powers stated recently that If the proposed program is followed that the local school will be one of the best, for Its size, In the state. ■■Ill Society News SURPRISE PARTY ON DR. AND MKft, WISEMAN. A number of friends delightfully surprised Dr. und Mrs. O. H. Wlsemun at their home on Cleveland avenue Saturday evening A very enjoyable evening was spent in cards and music. Mrs Roy Mitchell winning first honors at curds and Mrs. O It. Wise mun taking second honors Luncheon was served at a late hour The following guests were present: Mr. and Mrs W. O Schaffer, Mr and Mrs. M II Schaffer, Mr. und Mrs. It. L. Potty, Mr. und Mrs. Charles Lud wig, Mr and Mrs Hen (luun, Mr. and Mrs J. II. Avery, Dr und Mrs W A Purcell. Mr. nnd Mrs. K. E Foster anil Mrs Elizabeth Mitchell dny unniversar> Mrs Witt was taken by surprise, Which added to the amusement Of the evening The evening was spent in music ami cards which was followed b) .i delicious luncheon served by Mis Thompson und Mrs. Amelia wm MRS. HERMAN WITT 8URPRISED ON BIRTHDAY. A number of friends and relatives gathered at the home of Mrs. Herman Witt on North Lake street last Sutur- day night to help celbrute her birth CO. COMMISSIONERS WILL MEET COUNCIL MILAN AVENUE CULVERT WILL HAVE TO BE WIDER TO PERMIT A 24-FOOT PAVING MACCABEE DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT. Tbe Knights of Mucialxes und Ihe Women's Benefit Association will conduct un "Old Fashioned" dunce In the Maccaben hall Saturday night A good orchestra has been arranged for and a gooil time is anticipated. STUDY CLUB MEETS. The Ladies' Btttd) club met Monday .it the home or Mr.- A K. Jenne on Cleveland avenue Response! to the roll call wen- from Holmes and Ella Whcelel Wllcol The following program wus carried oil! California Mrs H. W. Powers The Vosemlte . ..Mrs F. C, RoSBtf Current Events Mrs J A Wesbecher Wiseman, If. Wilson, rf. .. Belden, c. — Wolhever, rg. ... 6 ... 1 ... 2 ... 0 Totals 17 36 OBERLIN Flld Foul Pts. R. Smith, rf. 4 Steagall, If. j 2 A. Smith, c 6 Falkener, rg. 0 Papworth, lg. 0 Dewalt, rg. 0 Scarr, lg. 0 Totals 11 0 22 FORO 8ALE8 LOSE BY ONE POINT MARGIN 0 8 0 4 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 It. Baumhart, Ig. - 0 Hearn, c. 2 M. Baumhart. rg. 0 Totals 10 10 2 4 0 0 9 ' 0 26 8T. DAVID'S Field Foul PU. Thomas, If. 2 0 4 Cumeron, rg. 7 4 18 Bock, c. 0 0 0 Morgan, Ig - 0 0 0 llirke..', rg. 0 0 0 Howells, If. - 4 0 8 Totals 13 4 30 FUNERAL OF AUTOMOBILE VICTIM HELD TODAY TEAM TAKE DEFEAT FROM BEREA L. Neumeister, rf. 1 % Monger, rf.-c. „. 4 0 Einwachter, c. 0 0 Mens, rg. 0 0 Lelmbach, lg. . 0 0 T. Neumeister, rf. 3 0 Totals 8 2 4 8 0 0 0 6 18 VERMILION Field Foul Pts. Law, rf 10 1 Berk, If 10 2 L. Moyer, c. 2 6 10 Flesgerald, rg. , 0 0 0 V. Moyer, lg. 0 0 0 Totals 4 6 14 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stang spent Tuesday in Cleveland. Postmaster A. E. Stlwald ia seriously 111 at his home on Milan avenue. Mrs. H. L. Plaot was a Cleveland visitor today. The Ford Sales lost a hard-fought game to the Denison cagers at Cleveland Saturday night, the locals coming In on the short end of a 26-24 score. after playing in hard luuk from tho start of the game. The Denisons and the Fords have, been old rivals, both teams meeting each other each year. Last yem. the two teams evened on games, the Den- lsone being defeated here and* the Fords meeting defeat there. Friend, of the locals, was tho ivtar of the game, caging seven field goals and playing a stellar brand ot ball. In the first half the Fords were nosed out ot the lead by two points,, the score being 12-10. Friend, with three field goals, Bruce with one and Mitchell with two foul goals, were the scorers tor tho locals. Thomas, with tour field goals, and W. Prentice and Schneerer with one each, were the scorers for the Denlsons. Fouls lost the game for the Fords in the last half, Mitchell falling to make a counter from four trials while W. Prentice and Thumm of the opponents caged five counters from six trials. Friend again was the big scorer in this period, putting the ball through the cage four times for eight points, Mitchell adding four points with two field goals and Bruce addling two points with one field goal. Mettel with one field goal, W. Pren tice with two field goals and two toul tpals, and The funeral ot Alex Oeorge. who was killed by an automobile at Lorain Monday, was held at St. Joseph's Catholic church this morning at 10 o'clock. Burial was made at Calvary cemetery at I'eiitielci Junction. The deceased was the adopted son if Mr. und Mrs. K Oeorge of North Main street. Mrs. F A. Monger and Mrs. Frank Monger of Lorain spent Sunday afternoon In Amherst. Thomus with one field goal, were the chief scorers for the Cievelanders Thumm ulso put the ball through the hoop three times by free throws in this period. Summary: FORD SALES Field Foul Pts The Berea High cagers took two games from the local high outfits at Borea last Friday night, the boys losing by a score of 24-21 and the girls doing likewise by a score of 20-2. Upon defeating the local team, Ilerea fans wltnossed the Bereu hoys' first victory of the season, all of their previous gumes being defeats from teams that Amherst has beaten earlier in the season. The game upset all dope, which was thut Amherst would have an easy win, based upon the fact that Rocky River defeated Berea early In the season at Berea. AmherBt's easy victory over Rocky Hlver gave Xhj- herst a clncb but dope failed In every respect. The localo got a bad start in the first half, their opponents leading by seven points, the score bctig 18-11. L.) Neumeister was the only scorer for the locals in this period, making four field goals and three foul goals. Iu the last half the loculs showed a little more form but not that which has boon shown In previous games. In this period L. Neumeister again scored two field goals and two foul goals. T. Neumeister alBO cume in on the scoring In this period with two field goals. All of the locals were out of form, many easy shots ut the basket being missed when a Held goul would have given the locals the lead. Summary: AMHERST Field Foul Pts. L. Neumeister, if. 6 6 17 T. Neumeister, If. 2 Einwachter, c 0 Mouger, rg.-c 0 Lelmbach, lg. 0 Menz, rg. 0 The tlrst step in the necessary legislation, relative to the paving of Mi- lun uvenue, wns taken ut the regular meeting of the village council Tuesday night. An ordinance wus drawn up and passed to the effect that pluns for the grudiug of Mllun avenue be made at once. In connection with this ordinance, a Joint meeting of the council nnd the Lorain county com missioners has been culled for Mod dny morning, ut which time the matter of widening 'be Milan avenue bridge will be discussed Tho matter of recelvlug financial uid from the county will ulso be discussed. It hits been found upon investigation that the Milan avenue bridge is inud equate In width to permit u 24-foot pavement and thut II will be neces- | sury to widen it to muke a uniform width across the hilt. The city officials hope to come to some agreement at the meeting Monday. The pool room proprietors filed a request to change the ordinance regulating the hours the pool rooms are permitted to be open on Saturday nights. The ordinance now reads that pool rooms ure permitted to be open on Saturday nights during the summer months until 11 o'clock und until in o'clock during the winter months. The council passed favorably on the proposed change, which Is that the pool rooms are to be permitted to be open until 11 o'clock on Saturday nights during the winter months unci until 10 o'clock during the summer mouths Another suggestion of greut importance was that of holding a joint meeting ot the council and the Green Line otllclals concerning the changing of the V switch which Is ut present on Milan avenue. The proposed plan is to change1 the Y from Mllun avenue to Beaver court. It will be necessary to come to an agreement with the Green Line officials to make this change and the meeting will take place in the near future. SEWING SOCIETY MEETS. The Ladies' S' wing society of the Congregational church was entertained yesterday afternoon in the church parlors by Mrs. W. V. Marshal und Mrs. Don Rockwood, A large number of ladies were present and an enjoyable afternoon was spent In sewing and social chat. Luncheon waa served SURPRISED ON BIRTHDAY. The members of the Tennis club surprised Miss Edith Heller at her home ou church street Monuilay night, It being her birthday An evening In sewing ami music was enjoyed by all. At a late hour tha guests were ushered to the dining-room, where a delightful luncheon was served. Miss Heller re- i elved man) beautiful and useful gifts. NAADLECRAFT TO ATTEND PARK THEATER. The Needlecraft club will hold a theater party at the Park theuter tonight, where they will see "Wuy Down East.'' NEEDLECRAFT MEETS. The Necillecruft dub met yesterday afternoon With Mrs John O'Neill at her home on Park uvenue. A large number of the members were present .mil an enjoyable afternoon was spent by all PYTHIAN SISTERS INITIATE. Initiation was observed by the local order of Pythian Bisters in their lodge rooms Tuesday night Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Tenbope ami Mrs Minnie' Mat lies were initiated. Following the regular order of initiation, luncheon was served INSTITUTE OF THEOLOGY TO BE HELD IN OBERLIN MISS RENA MILLER HOSTESS. The C M (' club was delightfully entertained by Miss Rena Miller at her home cm Seeley avenue Tuesday night The affair was in the form of a Washington Hirt Inlay party, the room being decorated in red, white ami blue The evening was spent In games, which were followed by u delicious luncheon served by the hostess. Covers were laid for eight members Bruce, rf. - 2 Friend, If. 7 Mitchell, c. 2 Heggie, rg. 0 "rulipan, lg. 0 0 0 2 0 0 Totals 11 4 14 6 0 0 24 Di'SNISONS Field Foul Pts Tha mu8, rf. 6 0 10 W. 1 'rentlce, If. 3 2 8 Schneerer, 0. 10 8 Kvato k, rg. 0 0 0 Thumm, lg. 0 3 3 Mettel, If 10 2 Total's 10 6 16 u 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totuls 8 21 An Ohio Institute of Theology will be hold at Oberlln February 27 to Murch i. This is for ull Congregational churches und any others who cure to attend. Here Is the program, which Is to be given In Council Hull Chapel: Monday, Feb. 27— 3 to 5 P. M. -President King on Present Day Obstacles to a Christian Philosophy of Life." 7:30 to 9:30 P. M.—Dean C, W. Nicol, "Recent Trends in Psychology." Tuesduy, Feb. 28— 9 to 11:30 A. II.—Dean Hosworth. 'Jesus und the Messianic Idea." 2 to 6 P. M—Prof. Graham, "Some I'roblems of Modern Preaching." Prof. Fullerton, "The Prophets' Ground and Scope In Dark Times." 7 P. M.—Rev. Kaymoiid Calkins iu Finney Chapel. Wednesday, March 1— 9 tott^A. M.-Prof. Hannah. "Pre- inilliii.ii■lauisiii Treated Historically." SENIORS HOLD CLASS PARTY. The Senior class of the local high school held a purlj ut the school- house Tuesday evening, ut which time a large number of the class were present The pariy was In the form of a celebration of Washington's birthday. The evening was spent in gumes and contests, which afforded much amusement At n late hour luncheon was served BEKEA Fild Foul Pts. Mahler, rf. 4 0 Crawford, If. 6 7 Smith, c. 0 0 DelcorBo, rg. 0 0 Schwardt, lg 0 0 Anthony, lg 0 0 Totals 9 7 8 17 0 0 0 0 26 C. C. Bauer, L. A. Hanchett, J. H. Pippert and Wm. Springer attended a meeting of the Past Grands of the order of 1. O. O. F. at Wellington on Tuesday. REGULAR BEEKEEPERS MEET AT NORTH RIDGEVILLE Tbe regular monthly meeting of tbe Loruln County Beekeepers' association will be held at the Town Hall at North Ridgeville next Mouduy evening, Feb. 27, at 7:30 p. ni. A good pro gram hus been arranged by Mrs. Head, u member of the association. W. It. Bartlett and Z. A. Shaw, both active members of tbe association and veterans In the bee Industry, will be the speakers. LAYMEN TO MEET TOMORROW NIGHT. There will be u meeting for all laymen of the county in the Methodist church parlors tomorrow night. Laymen will be present from Cleveland, Lorain. South Itldge and Amherst. A chicken dinner will bo served by the Ladies' Aid society of the Stone church at si\ o'clock Beveral out-of-town speakers will be present, also good mush hus been arranged tor Th. banquet is given by tlie Home Builders class of the Stone church BIRTHDAY EVENT. A birthday party was held at the home of Christ Ariiili. Sr., ou Franklin avenue, Sunday ufteruoon. The party was in honor of Mr Arndt's 71st birth- duy. Thirty-live guests were present and an enjoyable afternoon was spent hy all. Mrs Albert Hacks, of Lorain visited friends in Amherst yesterday. Mr. George Cox wus u business visitor in Kb riu yesterday M. J. Bauinhardt spent Tuesday In Elyriu with friends.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1922-02-23|
|Date of Original||23-FEB-1922|
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|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1922-02-23|
|Date of Original||23-FEB-1922|
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THE AMHERST NEWS-TIMES
AMHERST. OHIO. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 1022. Subscription Price. $2.00 par Year
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