Amherst News-Times, 1920-11-18, p. 1
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the amherst news-times. ,f -.3 vol. ii. no. 28. ib8cripti0n, $2.00 per year amherst, ohio, thur8 dav.'november 18, 1920. "sandstone center of world" 1 ', 1,1 4 i1 t ti tafgos deffat . city team 21-0 -. ,-,vn. opponents found local play ers weak point early in gme tho lorain tafcos worked a ee- ricb forward passes their same with foot ball sunday which resulted victory bya score. jxiraln team, at very first, lound that was oft breaking up pas sea and used this me'ans making majority games. all points nnade by wore made through long passes. nolthor ablo to score first quarter showed well holding strong , team. lino played open ed l(rgo holes ' baqkfiold men were able mako large gains alsoheld against plays aggregation. scoring come soon after opening second when triple pass james caught behind goal line. ora!n kicked goal. so cond came shortly fltrst another forward, tried successful, player, catching on 35 yard line running for touch down arishersts backfleld cltjubehlnd him. last touchdown walpnade 'after method goals 'being successfully 21 am liorats nothing. this, bruce, who had been taken cut account injuries put back seemed new hope into time wasunabel 'score horst threatened several occasions. players unable, however, tohreak for; ward many hut it im possible gain strongllne. .near minute one ends hersts thirty carried ballwlthln"flve yards he doomed whistle blew. class game the" stronger anl heavier aggregation never gave hopes winning until 'final playing whole fine not er stood outas star. hard' held almost every play. firestone, love, f. clove, mc mahan starred .for being strumental icug amhersts plays, line-up summary: 0 hoffner e gates brucker g- wialnd c henes-r g strawhacker r wideman bruce q hollis h ludwig j. fisher f i firestone rambaud g'f. gove 'c smith maurath love h.-flsher collins perry memahan touchdowns: james, h. fisher, mahan. from touchdowns ry 3. substitutions carr hoffndr, rhfslnhardt ludwig, lud wig fer jed wdrdb brucker, hollis, baker hoffner. galloway f, gove, j, bratton maurath, sokol bonsor smith, bratton, rottf babcock fcjames, collins, englehardt perry, woin--garten memahan, schnltzler smith. referee kreeger. umpire dani els. head linesman kratf. timer brattin. quarters i2 inin. family arrives 7 years absence shoe repair shop vazzano closed 'monday. .brothers took day celebrate as wife ot c. ana ws two daughters son arrived' italy night, is they have seen each other seven arrival caused much re joicing. left here ago visit in' old homo since -time ac- caunt war. war great trouble securing passage iand wero get boat tor america. ia secur ing can readily be say trying years, maples, octo ber 28th arrived no vember 14th. eat turkey thanksgiving 'dinner jackson hotel phono reservation not'mater than " - tuesday nlflht. agriculture society1 meey saturday county ciety will hold 76tit annual meeting court house hly ria, november 27th. has called for' 10 o'clock .important business mooting' election 6 directors take care work socloty thon coming year. minor may boforo society wjjl also bo discussed. jnqm bors are especially urged attend an effort bolng porcontago present at. mooting! red cross drive thurs. sat. high school students cover town surround territory forces organized fourth roll call irt amherst. mr. jacob baus chairman commltteo chrirge doing thing his power make success. campaign members started (thursday) morning, continue sat urday night. ofx south brownhelm secured respective localities. helng largest ever hoped those charge person give sup port work. special quota set but people 100 cent. lake division, we parti 1,500,000 do help quota. course email part if good percentage our residents join help. if, you haven't asked toujoin, see someone committee yourself member. us realize past what "did 'during "the think, because- over isv neo cessary organization need of, done ,it ended a, deal more done. the- main things taking disease, accidents, epidemics any occurances towns like own, some goes assistance sailors, soldiers marines camps hospitals, sistance families service men, sudden disasters, jiome life na tion own. these expected -that everyone organlza tlon, sort support it. or renew your membership during call. teacher's wedding surprise married grafton man at- elyria, wed. nov. 10, rev. burner miss ruth ""walker surprjesd her friends she lost wednesday, walker youngest daughter mrs. ruby place united marriage merle d. lehman, lehman grafton. wednesday afternoon, 10th 4:30 home winters elyria performed rev.. burner, ring ceremony used. couple unattended. lehman. popular herst having resided known liked 'the younger pooplo. graduated 1918 jn class, following gradua attended kent normal -been employed teacher time. farmer residing parents, short honeymoon couple(wlll reside brides mother ,a bhort af ter themselves. selection "gifts last" allows engraving gives final "personal" tquch, b. avery, jeweler. ? (' ,'"'- j.i smyths blyrla .business visitor .wednesday, "" farmjureau meets friday plans-organization grain elevator. subscribed. farm buroau night hall. about 45 so.farmers agent howard rogers talk co-operative elevators. ho told valuo com pany how easily could farmers country. discussion am- township voted organize elevator company, capital stock should $50,000. immediately signed company co. articles incorporation havo sent arrive columbus nothing further arrive, ever, sale start thought within time-tho entire sold. fanners arc looking forming interest push- now undertaking. farm' organizations parts stato nation aro elevators controlled farmers. dissatisfied privately owned away bet personal ly interested in. wlfr reduce .middleman's profit a- certain extent como instead going way town. decided yet lo cation, management de tails later-mooting necessary arrangements corporation pos sible. eldred medina spoke meeting. confined talk, bureau legislation the, jeeoived organization. "a "cam paign conducted becoming members. yearly fee $10, amount care. farmors anything benefit them. its ganization encouraged. amher8t bowlers trim willy8-overland bowling willys-overland camp ihe season monday defeated them alleys won out three games played. paul wohlever rolled highest individual 580, martin 142 146 174 4c2 plato 115 121 113 349 171 199 210 580 nabakowski 176 162 513 .maeulre 208 181 151 540 b totals 811 809 824 2444 willys duscha knltz sheek waldon ivan 148 149 144' 159 799 179 175 '167 152 160 169 136 166 478 469 455 492 511 791 2414 village council holds regular d imeetinc chamber police question big article discussed suggestions given regard mat ter. result although said definite action taken, mayor smythe presided opportunity ex press thler views. matters importance tnken settled loft later adjourned. entertained morning dur chapel period musical pro gram. rev, mn. armln eg'.l, truman, minn., misses huldn, fell atio lydla egll, 3 melford fostorla gtrford furnished entertainment. talented n-uslcal program great- enjoyed. alen, instructor history, exercises; puilsua'l 01 wtl lm tmahkful soono -rut. already v"e tjapdy- grah0i hear ?1h fcftouti' cominu division armistice 25. 'ameri on. began armls tlce day, national enrollment 10,500,- 000 sought while indiana kentucky order carry vast peace program, embraces tasks magnitude both foreign lands, needs american people. europe rod relief winter, cold hunger again me nace thousands, particularly (im poverished countries east hundreds thousands children eastern europe, dependent upon, outside numbers wllpdle during--the winter unless sistance. somemeasure extended. just opens word comes death russia capt. emmett kllpatrick hands bol shevik! cavalry raid. illustrates, striking way, self-sacrificing services porformlng'and laying lives duty. maintenance disaster service, divi sion owe debts gratitude; develop ments public health nursing centers exten faced home. meet pressing country depends, upon res ponse message delivered church goers sunday, 14, prominent speakers headquarters staff joined ministers urging books library announces list book8.. young js furnishing reading material largo herts added. somo the' oldqr ones varieties persons obtainable library. advantage op portunity theirs mattor. added are' follows: book 15 vql. blndloss wilderness mine. bower lonesome land. star desert, brobner ivory disc. buck tempering. burt hidden creek. curwood valley silent m.eiu dejeans moreton mystery. fox ersklne dale, pioneer, glasgow builders. grey lone ranger, guest path kelland jim. kinllng between. lowry confidences; telku girls lutz cloudy jewell, m .j morm, om bcv-walt 'til vou ste jr- os hlghqsjt norrls harriet piper. porter mary marie. ruck rachel. sawyor loerie. juvenile ashmun stephen's chauco. barbour guarding baum land oz. flnley elsie dinsmoro. fltzhugh tom slade, boy scout. gray rose greenaway. holbrook hiawatha prlmor. knlpo mayflower maid". knlpe vivo la france. lang blue fairy book. olive lange lure mississippi. murray wide awake readers, perkins scotch twins. scudder fables folk stories. reception oberlin college invitations reception, teachers officers honor students. ls social occasions stu dents school. former aref invited. 'reception "will rooms pi m. dancing rowlands hall 9:30 12. ohio -planning attend. resident died theodore 0. peasley, 54, brown helm home- 9:15. sulted stroke appoplexy. mr, peasley brown- and. there. residence funeral lajc afternoon o'clock. neumolstor stone ficiated. deceased survived wife, anna peasley; sister, g. bowerieq clarksfield, o. brother, w. vermi lion; sons, george au rel irvin holling8worth-dute sarah holllugsworth, daugh reubou holllngs worth harris st. mar riago nelson dute, julius dute levitt road tues evening 6:30 ce remony parents only immediate fami lies witnessing ceremony. a. huntor methodist congregational using impressive service.' where lived greater lives. grooms paronts le vltt present. army chaplain 8ervice williams nottingham evening. observed "williams se cured hunter speak ad dress wflllams tingham. chap lain serving thd 300th field artillery saw active franco interesting stories tell. months ugo pleased audience talked sun clara schulz hertha 8a gert concert sousa's band in-elyria even lng. iclvie rwyd -riir j i. ..... gas, 8tore8 24. men's afesoc. nounce stores wui remain yfovem bor 24th wilt op6n 8 ovonlng thanksgiving. movement nil wednes tfio month december enable christ mas shopping. always busier christmas advisable extra half week moro pooplo tliolr closing rulo effect holidays. notes boys preparations babkot, practlco next week. num signified inontions number candidates varsity expec ted. al ready scheduled schools secured. nor wtudent manager yoar try sche dulo r. powers coach successful looked for. pictures sesslbn picture bugle issue closo mon would uniforms appear probably sa tisfactory spring when, gotten together. team.wlll journey wellington -play elo.wt. teainha8 es tablished enviable reputation win. feated best teams surrounding cities has" borne larger "teams low scores. heir record defeating ignatius cleveland 7-0. adds their, andin addition puts higher plane clevelanders hero conside players. with, mind .vill real wellington. trip wllf tomobiles. numhor rooters accompany guests banpuet in, affair gymnasium planned biggest functions banquet return wel lington 6:30. hy enough thoy did lie nigh scool throughout financial aid ways. 85 banquet. feed planned- mittee enter tainment a's tli numbor quart season. tjclpatlon,by others busine8s meetng tuesday, 23. important association 7:30 purpose "get together" reorganize. followed semi monthly horeatter. let's seo there apology appears page paper tel ling shower 8arah holllngsworth, stated ried week.. read dute.. error noticed veral hundred papers printed correction. 'at jelebration parade speech athletics dance celebration prov n success.i consisted children, legion, mlnuto fraternaf onlors sized parado turnout hand view marched square whero mot rest marchers, imme diately proceeded cle veland ave. leading procession, the; k park west avo. then north broko up. introduced judge john harding, municipal lorain, significance iyul complimented celebrato ner armltstlco day. meant allied count ries. ills tnlk general tolling nounced attraction brandt's park. thw crowd journeyed whore strollers lorain. lighter outfit reason squad those' 18-3. drop 25 unable 'also stop skinny quarterback points. sensational en tiro runs (well oppon ents. injured, none seriously, however.1 between halves squads legion tost competitive drill. show ability con test finally,declded draw. activities success rosenthell's orchestra furnish music. continued un til greatly enjoyed attended. crowds surrounding, towns. late cars accomodat crowd. churches joint unite morning. btart hunter, pastor methodist-congregational church, liver sermon. topic something appropriate pected corner s. can't too sots cuff links. assortment $1.00 $50,00. 8t. joseph's bazaar catholic dlngton.hall saturday, 26lh 27 th. supper served light lunch available desire .many tractions evidence sales proceeds toward building fund whlch raised church. attendance parish outsiders expected. menz spent business. 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|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1920-11-18|
|Date of Original||1920-11-18|
|Submitting Institution||Ohio Historical Society|
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