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the amherst news-times vol. xxii, number 6 judging teams do well at columbus entering state competition for second time, from and brown-ltolm were in upper third final results. with 137 all parts or competing, brown-helm finished 11th potato 2sth 30th apple while was 5 1th. tho lower standing by two partly duo to different brands of applns that boys called upon judge than ones which they more fam-llar grown around here. brownhelm team composed adolph iteimer, wayne lelmbaoh lawrenco knelsel is comprised hoy dute, herb morris wilson van hahn. accompanied carl deeds, vocational agricultural teacher nrownhelm schools. cage tournament starts tonight annual lorain-co basket ball will get underway (thursday) grafton 17 fighting four places sectional clearvlew. south amherst, protecting a 1 g game winning streak, meet lagrango 8:00. henrietta browuhelm, other representatives this district, see action friday. drew unen-ilablo task playing high scoring eaton quintet brighton good neighbor league. wellington clearvlew northern ohio league saturday night, former meeting brookslde latter taking on winner tonight's between avon lake belden. wlnneis week qualifying round next week. gamea he played school gym. p observing founder's founder great atlantic pacific tea co., george huntington hartford, who created modern retailing method direct buying stralghtline, mass distribution, being honored & stores week, officials point out principles established mr. hartford are used today countless chain independent merchants as means providing greater savings consumers. entered field new york one store. prevailing price set him off purchasing system. believed direct, eliminating many handling charges middlemen's profits through his own store, could materially reduce iprlce scale dollar per pound. system proved success applied same quick turn-over large volumeat small profit opened addition al units added groceries stock. gave soil test demonstration leimbach, tony belt camera testing aaa institute elyrla monday afternoon. supervised brown-holm schools, given show work done ffa clubs. neal ludwig member committee had charge all-day sesqion. y florence albrecht died funeral services held tuesday afternoon miss albrccht pleasantview sanatorium where she been confined since april. 111 n year. horn am'herst, graduated anvherst class 19 3" also business college. sho affiliated st. peter's evangelical reformed church king's daughters' class. survivors include her mother, mrs. augusta albrecht, three brothers, harvey, floyd and' le roy sister, louise canm nephew, amherst. last rites st rev, c. e schmidt officiating. burial crownhill cemetery. m. e. bailey t'day an illness several months fatal merten bailey, 53 amehrst home 12:40 p. employee cleveland stone co 35 years but hadn't worked inst june. past weeks hi has bed. born oberlln russia-twp, lived years. ho aerie eagles methodist survived wife catherine: daughter, myrtle louisa brother, sam slack, be friday 2 in,, rev. a. burris, officiating evergreen tourney here basketball eagle hero evening scohol limited only sponsored local lodge. "entries have already received toronto, wapakoneta, corning, north canton, cuyahoga falls crestline. enter entries expected before deadline. admission 15 cents. louis moebius - village smithys v. tx. rowers not so passed overy settlement its smithy, presided over strong-armed personage blacksmith himself. if you ask some amherst's older residents what name most readily associate era blacksmithlng our village, you'd no doubt hear moat them say, "mr. moeblus course!" when poet longfellow placed paper thoughts concerning gentle plied craft beneath spreading chestnut tree, paid immortal tribute every man labored flaming forgo time tubal cain. joy grammar grade teachers longfellow's "village blacksmith," despair pupil, learn it wo must. i cannot moment recall any exhibition pleasure participated commit piece poetry memory seems minded "tho blacksmith" least all. there hit setting forth, la simplicity manner, familiar beautiful truths we easily understood destined never forget. thon, too, debate sunday senior christian endeavor society congregational sponsoring appear-nnco culver-stockton col-logo, mo., 7:30 young men under direction t cedric l. crink, head department speech j group making eastern trip holding debates, chapel forums relig ious tables colleges . service appearances ohio. bill herod, sophomore religion, student minister year work; vincent. pauly, junior first bob allard, freshman minister, finalist peace oratorical contest heller he's down, salvation army says, out. can tell smile after fall ice brandt's skating pond recently. behind joining laugh following tumble. moebius's 'blacksmith shop right across street house. warm days, windows open, klang anvil desks. herded us smithy object lesson learning poem, she'd probably feel duty similar circumstances. fact is, need it, knew about went inside long attained age. how did know? answer question contained portion poem which, childhood, lain closest my heart, simply because tells somothlng within experience. "and children, coming look open door; love forgo, ' bellows roar catch burning sparks fly like chaff irom threshing floor." ever mind's eye faces children those schoolmates, nt "flaming forge" (continued page 4 ) friday, february 16, down deputy sheriffs met 100 members ot sheriff's association night. during session, plans wore made hold dance coliseum 'lorain april 3. tickets affair present may bo purchased association. heard interesting talk police sgt. parker recently attended fbi school. guest speaker. mother clarence kern caroline kern, claronce place, ohilllcothe lingering illness. tw6 sons daughter survive. left returned monday. burris sessions bouth (thurs day). mg 1940 observed 55th ladies aid bright church-st 1ss5, sov- eral paul's lutheran , liurch dedicated their foster practice r.li.i,.!.. ,.,! "1t...t... ! ian fellowship god appointed sphere advancement homo elsewhere. wednesday afternoon, another women gathered parlors anniversary day home. existence, ladles' promoted charitable endeavors, uiinglng cheer sick shutins help needy. endeavored promote truo ready assist promotion congregation largo various opportunities presented themselves. although presidents p.t.a. dine pta enjoy dinner prepared domestic science prior march 11. night voted purchase bass viol h. monger music department. announcement seventh conference central parent early month mansfield. ing, program arthur englo, head, experiments classes girls' glee club mathews appearance robes sang num hers. 25th sun. j. becker west-st, quietly obseived wedding sunday, feb. aro parents daughter. critically ill dr. hall, ono oldest physicians, re ported critical condition s. main-st. makes residence h, family. son, howard, madison, wis., arrived father's bedside morning (thursday). sandstone center world petitions light plant delay asking council board public affairs withhold further move toward erection electric generating put into circulation today. sponsors petition citizens matter sufficient consideration, make effort negotiate power company just rate obtain mem. rotary editor journal each 5:15 instead noon, regular time. thls decided dinner, ho-tarians frank maloy, lorain journal, speak dangers propaganda eu rope. guests included mayor harry wagnen liabcock, both lorain. anniversai wed dono quietly, outstanding projects, ladles contributions al- assisted times financial way. building fund supplement main church. numbers 36 fred delner president; mischka vico schnaak, secretary; (, fr. f r, r-r rl tnn anniversay date tureen noon. followed con sisting readings, duet trio vocal nunfbers singing short pastor, r. bosse. cial games contests program. improvements f.o.e. ok'd eaglo authorized trustees authority go ahead commended special com mitteo. consist chiefly digging base ment northwest sec tion house extending dumb waiter floors section. air conditioning too wero becker, a, lauer art meesig. contractors mapping lodge change 26th tues 27th allow bank clerks aux- iliary servo dinner. inflated vice persident absence presl dent don fullmer. lois ehlert heads organization henry schriner's sdhool evan gencai icetormea cliurcli organ ized ehlert. chosen betty deuschle, dorothy berger, rotary, baus, treasurer, bruckor, naomi reichert, leana plato, choso "alpha" play grange hickory tree orange s,ee entitled "great stage play" part entertainment hall aak coun cil give moro thorough consideration fore proceeding further. ut engineer dmlttod order keep cost limitation money available, must stripped essential pieces equipment needed enable perato efficiently economi cally. take note de mands bond holders rendered without heretofore immediately cease, these general revenue funds forco either higher tax sharp reduc administration services. obtaining signatures hopeful responsibility ly investigate advisability compared power. ends hospital fog loy roads satur- diry sent elmer walter schmitz rather cecilia, started. cousin, cleveland, enroute car struck driven spray o. knapp, tiffin, sales fertilizer company. found broken back. released bed months. suffered lacerations face nose injuries. still hospital. occupant oc escaped minor chin teeth knocked loose. treated elyria memorial accident happened mile east whlskeyville route 113 9:25 saturday. series mothers' expectant mothers conducted ruth paddock helen hoy, county health nurses, concluded however, said would begin 29th pointed woman start continue series. six lessons them. 18 attending classes, brownhelm, vicinity. meetings iiorain cooperation seriea wellington.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1940-02-16|
|Date of Original||1940-02-16|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1940-02-16 22 6|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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