Amherst News-Times, 1920-10-21, p. 1
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' m v' r am h e rst -tiiyie5. ll '. jm ii. -no. 24 subscription, $2.06 per ofear ammerst, ohio, thursday, october 1, 1980 "sandstone center of the world" & .v- iff r&ni twf 11mm nfw5 lk-i9 tbj- -v h3h1is ',? -- ii concert pleases aodifnce dute- -oqden ceremony at cleveland monday mftlt riher 3hipp enter- ,finfm' with' various num- ers-others humerous. ifce fisher shipp comoanv entertained town hall tuesday imw. iay were ute nrst number lit lecture course given by high mhool sted--proved very entertaining. two oompany consisted four young ladtm, cellist, soprano and, reader, motrftko and pianist, violinist, toe, program company : cobmmm oc vocal numbers acconv ponied niano. cello 6ml violin. trout instrumental some vooal numbers. misb shlpp hbhiriaiueu wun several musical reaunm. also gave read- ii-1.. .. um vuoiuiuo. iuo cuiiio uuiujiuiiy , appeared, is colonial coatumo tor part ol.the entertainment cave jumbers'of that time, humer 46u which ( 'aa&micd "seemed to enjoy much one mwblch was an imitation ot rnaftomton gets from bearing irfhl-. opera when not knowing wyef' tb,e opera. if. her costumed readings 4tfiier represented a girl 'jlux.i.l 'tya! ,4 imj t.j4ffn ... wish olri; miss liberty. tremings impressive aim greatly; enjoyed by, jtho audience. bvery! member' the'eompany uarttat combination is' "best attractions on mm platform. mterost many amnerat people as "fact mat mrs. henrietta !tfciw6od. formerly mth, ithis city cellist in mmmnv; wood alwava'ac- uve circles during h'erre- slqence here. she has been on'in t!voam tnlatform for rears. .t " w jmgh. school ns; announcement hm bea aaale.of marriage mr.,jvar jdnt, son tot mr. a&l xui.'a. dote bf cleve land avenue, 'and mies jean ogden, 'daughter marvamsabbth .or. den 6f cleveland,-or monday, l&th, at'c ocloek. impressive, service episcopal church read rev, it. w. roofp, 'llodior emanuel cleveland, ;presonco -the immediate relatlvesd friends bride .groom. f mr,wd,mra. dute tlll be homo th'e'lr frlonds''attor(ovember" isi nt 3u l47tb st,, ...iii new forq projece begins production blast furnace steel mills vvill employ thousands? rtv i-" v3v'' hiit bc a'-j? zf juru ooa't, forget mock presidential cwnpfclfv'friday 2 'the aibk- sw oi auuuormtn, visitors wefcjbme, wehjbme. '-r, 181 hdnry pord ii, three-year-old etlael d. ford, president ford motor company, became ac tlve. participant great dustrles recently hp scratched match lighted oil-soaked ex celsior set off first offtho big furnaces the' river rouge plant near detroit. henry -held his arms helped him touch fire. mrri. edsel b. auda ,-were present marked opening another link industries. thebabu rolling site occopies close 200 acres ground, 'a lready 12,000 men are work plant, but thousands more will needed twhen construction ithe huge-undertaking completed. fpur under way; skeleton foundry, 'world's largest; stretches along side plant; coke ovens by-products plants al ready producing. this, flew field activity bids fair grow grea,t institution automobile tractor fac torie; augment produc tion those no small -way, unique -planhehind this ,new reducing ? it fotj &) mmubfrr.ttf.wl if b5vy-v5c x (mm'v 'miasm mimtimm& b 4s 9 im mmb25&s& j!) "i isttiflisp ami ibjhk ih mmmk..,liim',-r davey speaks large crowd sat. do you know how to, mark ballot ..!.. i.... i.-.. -4-.-1 "disarreeadle "process lo- bojuo tao ca iiumui, uui muutu ior breuiurjk. strengfat vigor; solidity sta bility." council decides questions north' main street re8ident8 fr complain dust. tarvia here repairs. important matters, wpre taken up meeting jot village night. he-ui nthe chamber, complaint brought -which came residents jnorth st. rettard cinders ro'ad. ner.otjaoiga scnooi planv'ibehind .new .the .people living"; pnthfa say wsvsm.wraw tr'lmtryfovraofnltldir krliefronfrwcluders very, ncr hv ttio tnohor fthlnn flnnrnrf ....''i'i" i-i. ti 11 -, innnlhl .-. rr consiuerauie wasto nmu uu iuuui iu gompany. programme com ! posed variety numbers, in- eluding solos, mim- ,bers, costume. present. -l -'-the junior class hiked quigleys 4 quarry xiaay aiiernoon wuuro. u lar roast held. 'about twenty ir iftvo marion steele, '.junior advisor, accompanied class, now lockers being stalled senior class. soniors at-present using mercial room does notyglve ythem toom their books. jlockerb .wlll.bp'used place desks republican rally held wednesday disappointed har ry l. davis unable speak .me kepudhcan naiiy wnicn a. .initiation event next week, commlttles (vi... -.. .innnlni aw fu wnnanftnn ff ttlct fs uubjr yiuuuiujb iui uioouwm iv 'freshies. members niftm iourneved .to elvria 'wenlne. hear prof. geyser's .lec- iftuve "the league nations". regular weekly music perlqd hold morning tbe dlrocuon'of mlosslter. qlrls qleo cjub had practice after echool, ra i. ..11 hanfnnci ova laltlo iii enappy ooi iiuwiiiuoo o heid tbis week preparation uo with blyrla mivritt saturday. seconds make plans november 11th, mayor smyth called decoration pay ioramittoe'to nvake plana celebration 'on meeting- wlu he townhall saturday after- "cnoon any other persons ,tha committee who interested urged .attend, tt -is tnftaring time 'plans have made immediately, aanouufcement wnumittee wafcs paper. s second fall term atoberlin. business college. manufacturing steel. expected .that the. iron ore poured into furn aces 'will emerge parts, out over having cooled or inade pig usually practice. pro duce boo tons iron' every hours. tomake i(. 1,000 ore, 250 of. limestone $06 used? flfthy million cubic jteet gas, developed daily .as' by-product, used heat 1,400 degrees 40,000 cubic, feet air which, willhe forced trough molten mass '"every hour 20-pound pressure. ten mil lion five hundred thousand gallons water dally' cool bace furnace, second" lbelng rushed, announced too, makingtron within 30' days. foundation well way three additional furnaces, making total five, contemplated complete group jumge plant. these -will all beiof most iftodern design numbered araongs'pthe world largest. con sumption cars estimated approximately 3,000 thts firing huge smelter carried step nearer ito rea lization dream years "see own ships carrying materials source sup ply see raw proqeed through va'rous utages finished product, and. tractor. for. the, will' come down lakes minnesota upper peninsula, michigan dumped "giant .concrete bins built baiik tho rouge, bin run directly tbqtop elevator 4he "skip hoist". so com.e in. boat. vast puanti es already1 dirty makes almost impossible ttt use their,porohes warm weather they asked thing ba'jdone decided too late anything cold bo soon left go take care before summer. action toward cut ting payroll. kolbe allotment dlsi cussed would accepted meeting. streets 50ft. wide requsted everything fits requirements village. tarvla ,wab ordered ago repair hlyria arrived "and slag .secured etart street, need reason started immediately upon arrival necessary materials. matters adjourned. conducted throughout county took amherst g&0 p. m. republicans candidates whole trip lrormed bv naradft' reached "amherst numjtftr machines beep day. "harry da- vis oiio speakers count illness caused cancel campaign speeches c. knight, candidate congress, hero lengthy speech whauhe dp elected congress. stated arm supporter harding that, elected, ding could support man help in, administra government. ho spoke length democratic party things war following government domoerats ab one" "incompetency. inettlclency graft". lawrence h. webber talked knight ticket. local short talks behalf candidates. dr. g. m, parker introducing evening. 8mythe indroduces asks re election past record. cdngrossmnn davoy, can didate for1 re-qleotlon "ovor 'knight, editor akron deacon journal, lieforo largo father lng citizens" orenlng jn public square park. liiythu, gressman davoy declared better borvlco 14th district than othor roproaon latlvouvho district., "to my thinking, d.ivoy roprosonta- ;tiye" said. "two your representative cepted position determina amj desire give real service. back nuking record washington ugiiln uskiiik suffrago", congress said address kenmore lart thursday evening fore handful head about congressman davey. seaiched records diligently, then export search them result lubor jusf nothing all". answered knight's state ment saying speech: "this voting 'coming ggth. published newspaper id district. challenge opponent publicly votes change. re- dcat challenge. "he made, good day really home city. what afraid of?" au dience. ,"my kenmore, referring me 'ho sorry man, 'because introduced bill country weapon self-defense against destroy force violence. thought purpose tied unequi- vlcally thoro actually mon women lorain nro vote, nov 2jul approving dry law enforcement passed legislature last winter, may theso hro just little careless nnd our coun ty understand importance groat issue dotholrbost giv ing propor information ln different voters. un dorstand referendum should got federation, 000 hank illdg., elyria, o. get sample ballots. opposite word yes football team plays tie game urbans classed best. matched. wellington hands a.h.s. defeat, 14-0 fast local8. possession ball -most time. uiigh foot-ball met defoat again noon thoy played strong drandts park field. ablo opponents 140 score vory year 'this scoro considered good. won games contenders championship. playing teams representing schools larger theirs piling jnany points amhorst foot bait showed their' sundny fhon btrong urban 00 tie. doth fine .guino edge througout game. tho' quarter ur bans ono desperate effort players. gained quarter, ever, rest gntuaand wore trying vainly final whistle blew. best tafco outfit holding thorn tills fashion shows able tackle somo thep season although gular players injured string wont, aggregation. henos, bruce ludwlg ground gainers while nor galnb byway forward pass. breaking ,loralns passes might meant gains. llne-un summary melvin r08e middlewejqht8 brandt's 8unday half play melvln rose middle- "weight ball-team andt'a sunday, ro3es 1319 cnara ions pleading far championship year. feels confident however, wn, successful even better, cause -defeating show" j.he type team. game' booster maao fanoht tlm former-amherst teacher married fostoria tteoond dberlln bwsfatotii college wljl op,en november, i, 190. ,ah classes wlll ge ftynued departments, la tavm4ut students .(httpr. attendance agatnthls fall. m&& mai e)m etu- 4mm ousineea ooiie vats oouritry, wrh pla4m wa 4vhhx bulm'sms, wttb thoroub mtrm, va wm seed uaohorii, wvtib wfcooj; --m 4j... t. alia heen stored turnace. charge touched a, month, gradually healed point where "blowing" place. e.conq. sufmday winter otneera ana teachers mepiodlst-cengjrega- tional sunday oboi ptiaiy eyentnjs discuss coming aftondjauee hand social functions bamberg fiohool ike winters halowe'en soolal planb oneo date ptirtiiak ww, asmhimuml later.1 otfcar joaae ef bmtaaee fmjay. sakoat warto ecti'"ftutf mma evar judge wilcox voters non-partisan assembly rooms friday 'willvarlat 7 10. meet, ah feel exact marlc ballots bevof special interest though both tnen ar$ toattend. vfjiloox blyrja vat toin struct marking fund amenta! details voting. wiu thoannounce niont marrlago marga ret ward, daughter c, ward fostoriu hurold edgar fruth, fbstorla. t&o ceiemony performed 18th foatorla pre sence only families. couple left. chicago other, points' interest. return roslde fps torla, irs. fruth known taught muslo schools'of niada popular djrectod girls g'loe club choir congregational thp yeais sho residence hpre stayed ,of mr f. q, stang ave., old friend mrs, lived fostorla. graduate oberlln conservatory stud ied antt po pular aa fostorla, catherine white spent wec-ad oberlln. '' rahaat hearn obertia coltega spaai ttadp wlmb, rift ollva miller baldwin-wallace collegejflpent week-end bervpgavq parents. norman baua maurice stroh- meler cleveland. kim geneyive, kimball speat'uie rela uvea, atteg$tejl,ah(f tlellborajely misre presented coma ao none mo foolish about. .certainly would, law, deal effectively violence overturn order ly government, wreck 'prostitute home. willing 'take 'tho orderly 'proceedure jmd- let champion red radical, apostels heard njy july 5th lower appeal release 'political prisoners. cludes debs, haywood gang red-banded enemies govern worked t6 impede country's gram attempted render amer- uca impotent crisis. -were convlctea violation serving thoir efforts succeeded amorica lost american soldieis struck behind. fellow feeling jhem", "davoy quotation ken quoted candidate. "as vey's claims uio nfhmaiuiiiea bov liul. hae disposition question, posslblo running errands 'writing letters gressman, tliat line prouauiy succeeded. nono kind ability don't want any. cannot rank foremost thinkeib actors solve contribute share such man's work, shall nover ask re-election". answer follows "hundreds hundreds paients aching hearts annistlco wns signed boys weeks months. their1 formation quickly fully possible. scoffs says kind." worthy ovor begged woro greatly 'needed. unstinted op ponent scorns beneath dig nity congressman." saw soldiers reference liberty bonds, insurance, allotments, compen sation kindred ihem greatest possible measure service, jiy oppwutjui, brans too. 'such things. bcoffs it", them. 'showing defeat disgrace. wel lington amherst's defensive quarter. touchdowns 8cored. kicked goals thu ended witn favor wellington. scored realized veal wonderfully game-and 'ecldi-wellington -acoxctcfiaj few downs. creditable manner entire, did opponents. planning doing oven surprised herst put rather dissatisfied low scored. elyria sat urday tako ingaon furnish opposition grounds, beaten earlier determined piake showing saturday's fans line-up .and lust follows: amhbrst-0 wellington-li follow amherst-0 urbans-o rolnhardt lo mason welkol nowlckl edwards g dombroskl welland c pelffer -brucker vagroskl strawhackor smith hoffner flaczlnski q matuszak hennes mlnnlch hollls lucaa brunner referee kroeger. umpire o'connor. quarters 12 minutes. aebeitsold heusser buennkn edwaits, captc menz washka wilford monger goru hbarn neumeister substitutions ihray lashley mckissen "c neal hammujn1j litchfield wight walsh bevier r(h''mohrman tomp kins mohrman, mohrman vlor, griggs lushley, rowland ray; jonnson monz. refereo spre stacey, south george gorr, correspondent !wer arietta pur- chaseii theproperty bolonging ""'?'wt- chas. swain east band rehearsal evening, ocl 27, 7:30 hall. harley vlbber parents, mrs s. vibbsr. esther plppert parents peter plppert. misbofern hajin, teaching eabt end halm. john kauffnian spout visit friendb relatives berlin heights. arthur aebersold, jacob right high. fingers joint. robert mincn visiting relatives. alex garland family spont friends. 'amherst oct. 2c, chambei, odella springer und mar garet sneider, ure rldgovlllo martin e. sneider. maude harper norwalk relutlves. hahn suuduy lirounhelm. dance danco redinjston night, 22. bus beon wonderful thofplaylug secure money oxponbes solely purposo boyb supported realize name athletlo section. tickets sold others buy least boton danco. secured occasion attend. tan amherst. rev o, glthens, pastor. 10 subject: bible. school, los son: king requires. orchestra fri 7:30. recoptlon orchostra fiiday evoning rehearsals. mehodist. dr iutor. services, services. h, brown philip baus olevealnd visited sunday,1" g, schibley ravenna frii pu.bublbaw. condition mary george, ellas auto mobile remains same. child still unconclous seems slowly hnprovlng confined hospital imiss otella schulz joseph's hospital, ,. ft."" 'i -sl "1 akl whi !4 jto
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1920-10-21|
|Date of Original||1920-10-21|
|Submitting Institution||Ohio Historical Society|
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