Amherst News-Times, 1920-12-23, p. 1
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"sandstone center of the world" 1 ml t-1 s thw vol. ii. no. 33. tussi www,iiw,l,llilwi,,'llltjiwwi"w"'wwbmmm high school loses to lorain played good game but were unable pass score opponents basket ball team at friday evening and de feated 24 13. loratn seemed have an idea that thoy going easy tlmo they found this was not cbbo soon after began. scored first points tho when leroy noumelstor caged pretty field goal. made realize work win. imme diately started soveral goals. continued scoring- although could se cure more points, than wore tar behind kept working throughout entire game. hearn l. neumelster big players for on offensive while monger well fensive. successful in making seven goals from foul line out , ten attempts. effort is being get with later season present indications will nof accept challenge. lose several their best by mid-year graduations it altogether probable would be able win them dt date athletic officials do seem favor"of project vliis probably played. holding shows ehow up leading schools should carry off some honors tournaments attend. state grange has interesting talk 8tate ma8ters address pleas ing member8. 'other 8peakers program '- uthlttottimf r people rrom tend meeting ohio orange held cleveland december. 14, 15, 16. session witnessed fulfillment many cherished grango ideals. following are extracts speech given master tabor's annual address. "nearly half century ago foundation order laid founders had visions saloonless state, equality sexes, or ganization strong enough number dominant factor rural life. condition agriculture american farmer just received one most staggering blows ever any industry, namely price decline. we must romember operates different basis as business man turns his capital times thereby having opportunity recover losses turn once year. all agree inflated prices less result war conditions. farmer, every other thoughtful citizen, been willing return lower levels, recognizing deflation inevit hoped agriculture, labor descend together. true somev industries starting levels there nor decline prospect such supplies equipment necessary food produc tion. over production public press so often states hungry world can use all. look 70 cent population then living country feed themselves 30 town. now live city village town amd 3q cent, export sur plus, during helped save' civilization. fanner produced he did before, sent million sons colors. without fear contradiction bo stated wife worked tout 8 houro day hung er stalk land. rapid growth past worth farm organiza tions they, supplant grange, need tion vast tht sufficient, advocates members join bur, e'au. matter taxation opposed classification property, also 'to "single" "site talue" tax, favors sys tem auto increase oa commercial trucks according damage these reads, tax limitation real eetate. debt limit (coattoued, page 6) eagles christmas party sunday havo entertainment noon hodington hall. en tertainment (hp children al ways atended largo number. commltteo ar ranged varied candy, oranges small santa clous, who presont "add tractiveness program. musi cal which arranged committee. two trees decorated occasion goneral time anticipated. affair entertain ojul always evonts young people. program' start 2 o'clock. baus-crofqot wed- re3ide new home honeymoon wedding took place congregational church oak park, illinois, saturday miss doris kathlyn crofoot, daugh ter mis. dwyte crofoot park united iii marriage mr. philip baus, son mrs. jacob baus ave. ceremony performed eight o'clock presence about hundred fifty relatives friends. among 'those present. couple spending french lick, ind., health resort, friends 16621 kenyon road, cleveland, .about february. building nearlng comple ready occupancjr known here graduate of' completing course spent years ober lln college where became' aaualnt- ellivlkhhi8;dbride, ,al.present ho omnlovfin wtthf)ftrniiir f!n.. 'rrnknrs cleveland. releief oe china famine a8ked donate, even amount8. banks take contributions. local beginning interest situation trying part getting contributions help needy passing grows alarming. cable dispatch was' admi ral tsal ting kan, director general the, chinese red cross, persons interested country, tells us staccato sentences extremity crisis con fronts christian peoples eaved: peking, nov. 16, effects five northern provin ces. drought years. millions involved. twenty mil lions starving. dying cold hunger, whole districts weeds leaves. selling drown children. families commit suicide. old kill leav ing' younger seek provinces. suffer most. gov erment exorcising great efforts cope distress. heroic measures taken charitable socltles. calamity collossal difficult secure funds adequate relief. require dollars. epidemic feared next spring. appeal funds. (signed) kan., what how greatly needed. money feel wish accepted either sav ings banking co,, bank co. until january 16th. grain if ers care donate notice donations may ibanka .sent proper perspns charge work. special "discount sale (he furniture mrs, a, j, wolcott returned her kansa8clty, mo. taking her'slster, h. o, smith lattere linens. enwna nabakowski win, oau visitors la elyrla- friday. skeptics c tfc5f """" -v"? '''-'sv'-z?ffi$wigwm! 'isa shk rrraftl?llbbllttbrlyft- lissen, sis, we're takln' awful chance expectin' very much through little gas grate hospital matron thanks co-workers service donated institu- saving expense leonard, hospital, wishes thank dles canning inthe sewing. ladles saved deal done impossible price, appreciated both leon urit'iftid of-tho' hospital. ladies various churches those services. yegetables fruit canning. mrs". r. c. blum days canning, vern zilch, days, conrad zilch hugo pankoff day, herman kuss george llpphardt menz mm hoffner ro bert patterson day. put 200 cans vegetables. winter needs sewing by, ser vices. lersch sewed p. redmond a. egll neldlng f. kane augusta somann o. h, baker minnie nickel hall hohn sablors j. sablers mrs ehrman charles holl cheesman .day, wm. balrd one-half 'neumelster george, schulz fred peters john grelin mm. ge orge strieker delner accomplished. three dozen shoots pillow cases gether operating gowns patients num ber towels. thesenow things oompleted employees will- easier increased attention patients. donation wednesday pythian sisters,' nice selection ap preciated matron. turkeys aro hospi tal board chickens roomer meat markets vlllago. make merry 'christmas fpr employed confined there. gratifying see qt terest doing )u success, you token advantage saving's clothing furnish plato's sale. ema nabakownkl tuos afternoon elyrla, chimney ,llko this. well, sny, bub, maybe carries stretcher him, huh? pro- fine grams. st. peter's pageants. plan ning elaborate pro grams near methodist-congregational exercises 7 songs, recitations dia logues arranged. enter tainment kmalloi 'chv5w6ato -be afternoon. especially primary depart ment preparations made. stone evening. consist recita tions, readings dialogues. claus christ mas tree planned. evangelical is' planning pageant night. entitled "my gift king". same johns south 7:30 m. lutheran conduct xmas ing. miscellaneous .arranged sure pleasing arrange attend least programs mid possible. holp demonstrate spirit enjoyed majority 1' stanley hart word e, hart, former reporter news-times gress recently added achievement long list succes ses, letter student publicity bureau western reserve university attending year, "stanley am horst school, freshman adelbert clevo land, gained editorial staff weekly, publication univer sity issued thursday staff. serves capacity reporter. be, ihe weekly considered honor reserve. gives practical knowledge journalism. almost everyone journalism, expect follow profession graduat ed college. under personal supervision assistant professor graham ot english department tributions reviewed him before printed. way receives training expert bu pervlsors guided correct ly in' writing. council hold8 8hort 8es8ion vlllago hold chambers tuesday ovenlug. no impor tance matters caro settled early hour. bort sandors qualified councilman meeting. legation mlnorva str asked side walks uio street, road improved water available residents. discus sed finally decided cinders come york central ropnlied. petition presented thorn slgnod property owners street want tuken of. wero advisod works regard water. theater ' opens show pictures open night theater, agement frank raddle wll closed weeks. pos announces final re pairs prep arations opening hevo com pleted. picture bhown "luck irish." said picture. lanry somon comedy shown. sun monday, "the chorus girl's romance" featuring popular viola dana attraction addition raddi plans music definitly yet furnished secured. add week wjll -shown, -throughout we.qk .tho sundays holidays. ford eive defeats estradas pile 48 fast play ing, 19 basketball victory defeated 48-19. completely outclassed aggregat ion head against locals clevelanders, times, showed speed keop stronger skilled players. whlstlo blew .points skinny leltonberg dropped in! line. soqnafter chippie bruce goal close half. ended cleve land outfit only twenty-eight amherst. secured counter como shot second came back lead came. ohltvnln nruco skinny" leltenberg point getters bommle, firestone mitchell sucessful adding amhersts score. lineup leltenbergor wards, heggle center, tulapin guards. last changed somewhat went hegglo. baumhardt substitut tor tullpan. won class b championship toward record season. "" savings iniclothlng plato'ssale, discount nowr'golng elevator organizers mcqueen elected president establish large buy stock. stockholders mooting ev ening. sometlmo meetng od organizing eleva vator financed far mers men direct dcalng company. company pur chased stock pledged finance holders pre parations sort by-laws adopted and. directors elected. mc queen, elmer hageman ward tolhurst, chosen hasenflug, rudolph newman e. whlton horn, shattuck ben michael gorr, correspondent completed arrangements programs. sist recitations, dialogues, readings. tie splendid gram tako practicing hard success. oarols, musical selections dialo gues. gifts santaclaus. church. everybody wel come. methodist jotm's evan gelical give furlough stephen sodltch arrived spend parents, james sodltch. enlisted u. s. navy months ago. radio lakes, iiuiioib. returns arizona. roy anderson tues phoonlx, arizona weeks cause poor, un locate reside position home. briefs odella springer ridgevllle week-end martin springer. margaret snelder with, snelder. son, lorain. ruth thursduy sarah wragg thursdaj oberlln' visiting relatives; leonard howard misses anna helen aebersold bpent elyrla. rolbellng elyrla spoilt au drew schlefersteln. fern huliu halm. men, senator nelson min nesota, knox pennsylvania, republicans, north carolina, democrat, harding inaugural march vjii&qj jy&? el simhhhhhihihiheihhhlhihhhskc serve follolng election direc tors adjourned mcqueen, president; newman, vice whlton, sec retary treasurer. oxact location warehouse immediately find suitable erecting u purchased carried on. purchased, remodeled carrying buslnoss possible materials kind. felt farmers tills community surrounding territory hopes ( page) thurs again, 3rd. robert mccord william emery oltman daughter, tillie, bruce, seriously injured fell into quarry hole quarries co., improving. tt sit wheel himself around invalid chair. short time. bailey, serious "hi pneumonia. luella mellen spent.... end, mellen. clyde helssner bogard satur peter plppert von kannel, fined bed rheumatism, slightly improved, ruth, b. githens ob erlln davis. albert histed weok end schuub. rev. githens, pastor. services, 10 11 christmj program, boys evening, december 29th house. dr. winters, m, eve john's egll, appointed vlce-pres. marshall ceremonies president-elect goes office march. 9 m ? .s" 'ff sl ji avj :1 r1. rr?m
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1920-12-23|
|Date of Original||1920-12-23|
|Submitting Institution||Ohio Historical Society|
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