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mfiem libertv first, last and always . freedom for at. forever subscription, $1.50 per year amherst, ohio, thursday, may 23, 1018. vol. i, no. 29. official. newspaper of the village ohio. mxnt. red cross starts drive with rang subscriptions pour in, amher8t 18 sure to "go over." secure amherst quota $2,700 started monday morning, every home in town either already canvassed or be during week. returns from first day's work were neighborhood $500, tuesday brought total $1,020, wednesday evening was coming at that rate, qouta will easily reached possibly largely oversubscribed. active charge campaign is hands president jacob baus, he has organized an efficient staff co-workers. divided many districts, a representative designated canvass each home. following are those head various districts: mrs. john barckley all east towne'a hill north middle ridge. e. h. nicholl cleveland avenue square towne's hill. e". foster park avenue. g. w. barker tenney p. i. hubbard main, west martin long streets. j. smythe jackson, pearl, forest, spring prospect l. hall main street track ormsby's corner. harry glllman church elyrla township line. baus bruce mill franklin ave-nues. philip braun side beaver court. r. c. blum fos ter jackson hazel rev. kyle booth east, n. schibley ridge corner south to. midway. jenne ridge, leavltt road line, hess cook roads. t pawltnwnllna rnnri rnllth smith road, roads ' m. neumelster merthe township. whiton midway russia township, road. brownhelm similarly well intensive campaigns being carried out there. cards made person solicited, turned kept on file whether subscription taken not. 8ub8cribers fund list subscribers fund, as handed up morning. additional published next week, covering received balance almost cast liberal cheerfully gave cross, knowing money would used t" good purpose. decker peter wolf chas. guild dessle kilmer gust turno wm. wenzel hengen klein womac frank ray neisen ed krilzung conrad balzer kreger mrs .ella augusta barrls fred slllot f. sablers geo. holllngsworth porter henry short b. gillette r, leuszler ella holzhauer tom a. ulrlch ludwlg innes otto patt garthe regr krause shraeder s. kubaska bob white -jack becker auss welland burr jake delfing albert mauke clayton young thomas bishoff james harmon lawrence bauer kelch refenning mens q. hempenlus eppley haraann a, belden "brown harvard- draws crowds benefit performance varsity "a" association empire theater, drew crowds, resulted considerable sum association; brown harvard," college film, attraction, addition playlet, "paddle your own canoe," given by junior class high' school. notice. regular business meeting am herst lodge no 203, o. f., held thursday evening, hall. order g arthur l whiton, sec'y. robt. murray einwachter gauman v. peabody mettle norton wesbecher adolph egli schrader schofleld holl pfppert albrecht robert patten hurst mr. blovelt hanchett david krugman mischka d. wood needing seeley qtto witt dute lapp deiss august ellas baumhardt clady schaeffer lewis kotho delbridge dunning beller sisters egeland barnes ruth muth fleckner maggie hammell little t. grace schultz lahiff shauver krlnbring sagert louis rick mertz klus adam hahn brennen jason hammer sipple dr. wiseman jeger beesing anderson reinhardt herbst gordon miss chamberlain goode herman wllford stein jack ben gawn walter s'lpple mengel stang ebbs pippert standen piech barber alfred pember lipphardt hugo pankoff edw. satil anna sahl ellis barkley ofster hutton emery sondergeld rahl reuben. holllngsworth, jr. christ wllker ethel mathes elizabeth werner mike abraham cahl brucker zimmerman hamel hattle barck collins fruechlnlcht grugel richard allyn weigand shannon brlggs grlem kuhn rose gould stanley krajeskl graber rawson keating sophia sugajskl weaver elmer towno kiss georgia i mi council passes important rules enforced labor saloon closing hour measures adopted. disposed two ordinances, both due directly indirectly war. tho ordinance, which patterned after measure use akron other cities. it force able bodied man between ages 55, except students school terms, engage useful recog nized employment least 36 hours much discussed ordi nance, allow saloons remain open until 11 o'clock saturday evenings april 1 september 30, passed. owners want fixed. delegation headed william present request immediate re pairing street. reported deplorable condition. members committee visit decide what meas ures shall make pass resignation councilman accepted menz, who recently moved outside corpora tlon limits, accepted. new coun cllman needed, but action been yet. menz's very important, chairman flnancecom mlttee committees there some discussion amount insurance light building. de cided upon $2,500 building $1,800 its contents, raise $1,000 building; mog, representing ander son law book company cincinnati tried sell code tailed sale: commissioner's report approved, bills ordered paid adjourned. surgical dressing girls arrangements have girls, meetings friday library. this day now help work. high commencement exercises 24, 8 o'clock, congregational church. graduating class: jeanetto french, alma meyers, baird, elsie brech-macher, reglna strehle, louise letmbach, bechtel, leonard wilson, curtis, mildred shattuck, harold bacon, dorothy taylor, brill, reynolds. colors red, blue; flower, rose; motto: "not top, climbing." program follows: music. invocation pastor. salutatory. oration, "things worth while" lelmbach. valedictory. "the virtue defeat" jeannette french. address day, presentation diplomas bech tel, board. benediction. music furnished boy scout orchestra. delightful rain noon served dispel heat had earlier irf day. crops needed rain, looking fine downpour. ice cream social orrasby district school, town. beral kuss teacher. large attendanco unusually time. hurlbut visitor monday, "a great n et mercy drawn throutf ocean unspeakable ram theamerioanredcross chaini. sa' es stations week ending 16. old thermometer registers quite bit f.ir "fritz," more fuel required his goose! here worker week: public financial. german bank 2 postoffice 4 religious or- izjtlons. st. peter's ev.. jelical egli, paul's lutheran jordan, places. plato & ehrman, ehrman bodmann millinery telephone co. 3 5 6 7 9 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 moeblus finnegan aschenbach lersch dock george bros." patrick mcgarvey keller restaurant coal hupply atlas engineering purcell kassouff hardware co amherst' supply newsberry logan natural gas avery .w. cissne frederick sons town8hip sohodl-elcnic. annual picnic schools mid die house, upwards ten country participate, usual "trim mings" hand, eluding lemonade, fried chicken, con tests, ordinance prescribing opening liquor billiard parlors prohibiting sale intoxicating liquors sundays election days. ordained state three-fourths elected thereto concurring: sec. 1. unlawful rniv nprnnn tn npll bnrfpr np plvp nwnv any dls- tilled, malt vinous commonly called sunday, 2. owner, keeper, proprietor, agent, saloon, ale, beer por house bar place whera sold drank beverage, keep mit same hour, nnv nthpr rtav nf thfi venr limp than later saturday, sept. ju inclusive, nam saioon.aie, oeer nnrtpr hnimp mnv rpmnln nnpn unfll nvlnrv m 3. owner proprietor nt v.llllov.,1 v.1p q miv,lt. nlnka admit such parlor callel time lu o clock ex cept 30 said un til 4. persons violating provisions herein set forth fined not less five ($5) dollars fifty ($50) dollars. 5. ordinances parts heretofore passed inconsistent herewith hereby repealed. 6. take effect earliest period allowed '"passed 21. 1918. foster, attest: mayor. baker, jr.. clerk. baccalaureate service sunday rev.1 hunter prin cipal speaker 7:30 opera house. gradu- atlng ot at- tend body. public, churches joined that1 evening. reception drafted men eagles honor selects night; big largest quota, ever leaving whom eagles, local airle give fish fry boys leave 31 party. city band, loses four draft, reception. interesting arranged crowd undoubtedly bid farewell their best wishes boys. squad one. scheduled leave: bernard strauss, brennan, wirth, rad rinehardt, charles lakofsky, klassen, sanders, wil liam quashnefskl, joseph deeby, hen ry casper plato, herbert sipple, joseph, sam mike, kane, norman brucker, benjamin lavinsky, huessner, slack, krieg, gaumann, lee leonard, bachman, nagle, bolus, martin, whyte, naba-kowski, wlnson, nelson holzhauer, homer dute, fazy, paul kaplo, denlro krieg. three years army, honorably discharged drum .major band 29th infantry, ar rival camp ky., where stationed training. 6:45 special train elyria via norwalk, taylor. situat near louisville. senior play cleared attended play, "all account polly," proceeds amounted $82. cleverly presented stu dents, follows ralph beverly, polly's guardian bechtel. baldwin, wilson. hartleigh, prospective son- in-law balrd. harklns, butler bacon. tommy, poor zilch. polly perkins, small-town girl jane wife mey er. hortense, her elder daughter brechmacher. geraldfne, younger shattuck. featherstone, 400" brill. clarence chadfield, climber marie, maid mss nembrandt. manicurist mil , rpvnoids ureu ney"'"a bushnell. hair dresser- -re- gina strehle. pudev. tommy's sister mary notes. continues attendance af- ternoons, workroom 11- ideal in. 'brarv basement delightfully cool registered week- mesdames barber. pankoff, hart, nichlol. nicholl, good, braun, leuszler, bakrley, rawson, naftzger. roemer, mcqueen, little, misses davie, schibley. kline, krelger, hohn, barkley, bunting, barck. wernert, e.-slack. sewing knitting met afternoon library, women workers: boughton, hoffner, hutton, blum, purcell, barnard, j." miller, peabody, balrd, porter, smith. morning - church, civil war veterans held. attend provided, expected attendance. deliver address. 1st. record recognized government beginning third lib erty loan treasury partment washington sent bodies circular letters, asking them boost liberty end detailed results attained. bt. reters evangelical cnurcn once ready comply re- juesi, appointed umier leadership pastor matters every-memoer canvass, wnicn coverea ground thoroughly completely. indeed gratifying. when reports they showed bub-scribed $27,200 loan, cent over district. then promptly depart ment required, thereupon ceived letter recogni tion: department washington, 15, 191s. dear reverend: we desire express you our highest appreciation ol support loan. irrefutable proof pa trlotism loyalty, wise act thrift, noble example worthy followed ganized throughout land. truly yours, hans rieg, chief foreign language division require able-bodied male eiahteei tifty-five years, bt regularly employed termi nation existing tween united states imperiar government. tie u uruaineu uy oi ohio declared b( duty mail resident eighteen years. regularl) engaged lawful, business, profession, occu patlon whereby maj produce earn sufficient suppor himself legally dependem him. termination imperial ger government, fifty-five bona fide term, thost physically incapacitated so do ing, fall refuse regu larly thirty-six lawful anc. employment, contribute him self dependent upor, him, vagrant within meaning guilty misdemeanor found deemed village, weel portion thereof residen hereunder shal constitute separate otl'ense. unable pro cure inca pacltated working, sahll withii days becomes effective, notify marshal thai effect, mm card stat lng reasons thereof. o: under vision thereof, conviction thereoi dol lars costs prosecution teh offense, seconc subsequent offenses, dollars- prosecution, im prisoned sixty days, 'both, second al stand commit ted suhc law. 21, baker. moves. avery, jeweler, since fire fall, quarters oehl block, rented store room street, af remodeled about june handle victrolas, records, pianos addi tion jewelry. serivces stone 9:30 schibley, superintendent. classes young. w worship 10:30. sermon pastor, neumelster. ruby hopkins tlsitlng parents, hopkins. (u student lakeside hospital, serg. kingsley gives talk returned soldier stirs story conditions front. comfortablr nued )agt frlday nollin klngsley. soldier, told hg experiences battle front, klngsley, american, former detroit, enlisted canada's 100,000, saw serv battles, fin ally receiving wounds. one most pressive heard here. clusion, it, thrift stamps $53 n-ere sold. klngsley spoke low, .nodulated voice, rising weights eloquence times. germans shelling hospital itar ypres, nurses. hemselves wounded, carrying still nore helpless wounded olazing inci- lent somme, jlermans deliberately shot down ross stretcher bearers, armed ork mercy. expressed )f y. he, ithers, front line trenches. oy terrific barrage, vz hours, neither food nor water. fhey finally leave, drop water a-as "y" hut a'hlch calls ,vlth drink went cigaret ne-:esslty fighting men. ing relieved, soldiers way billet, relax. tired, nerve-wracked, can sleep "standing up." usu hurry write because oirxtous folks know right. shouldn worry. audience worry gone mothers especially should proud protect willing flgfit for. letters boy, mother, unfit weeks. absolutely moralizing. another continually mother: "she's fellow," cheery. women. :hange man's estimate placed woman higher pedestal before. sees, france, doing work, believes european even better own. laid american must wake up. rbey too squabbles among different organ!- 2ations pled uniting activities. :he away smile, though might tears behind it. allderdiee talks pittsburgh asked join month, "cheer up" meeting. night, camps membrance, moral movement great. pythian hold officers 28. meeting, party only weeks' dayton, indianapolis cincinnati. leaves sherman saturday. myron cheeseman, cbeesman absence several months spent missouri, firm. dan deegan, printer office times, admitted suffering general breakdown. making progress toward recot- ery. proposed "dummies" means underground wires. bo necessary dig two-inch trench pavement lay wires en- closed pipe, be- covered asphalt over- wiring considered dangerous allowed.
|Title||Amherst Times, 1918-05-23|
|Date of Original||1918-05-23|
|Source||LCCN: sn91069074, Amherst Times, 1918-05-23 1 29|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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