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* MB aK TH^-AMHERST NEWS-TIMES. VOL. Ml. NO. M. ISSUaO THURSDAY ■*— AMHERST. OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY IS, 1922. Subscription Price, $2.00 per Year '•.sndstons Center of the W**4*"» iw I I*'' t ■ Ii*-"' R'» / &> FARM BUREAU ANNUAL MEETING PROGRAM INCLUDES SPEAKERS • OF NOTE At WELL AS OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST TO THE MEMBERS Tbe program for the annual meet- Inn of the Lorain County Farm Bureau association has been completed and will take place on Saturday, Jan. 14, at tbe High School Auditorium, Klyrla, starting at 10 o'clock a. in. The News-Times stated in an article in last week's Issue that the date was to be Monday, Jan. 16. We take this opportunity to correct the error, which waa given us by the state office at Columbus, and should have read the 14th Instead of the 16th. The program follows: Song—America. Invocation—Rev. Kirby. Address of Welcome—Mayor A. R. Jones. Response to Welcome—President C. O. Ooss Report of Secretary—C. L. Rose. Report of Treasurer—C. T. Wlnck- les. Report from Project Leaders—Directed by H. Rogers, county agent: (a) Certified. Seed for Farm Crops— A. L. Mills. (b) Certified Northern Orown Seed Potatoes—J. H. Longbon. (c) Alfalfa for Lorain County—Geo. Crehora. (d) Sheep and Wool Growers' Activities—Roscoe Campbell. (e) Clothing Construction and Dress Forms—Mrs. C. O. Ooss. (f) County Bee-Keepers Work—B. M. Vincent. <g) Calf Clubs—H. H. Perkins. (h) Culing, Feeding and Carlnf for Farm Flock,—F. B. Schrlver. ' Comments by Members. Naming ot Nominating Committee. Naming ot Resolutions Committee. Noon Afternoon Session Music—Rag Bag Trio—Ben Schubert, Barl Greenland, Lawrence Web' her. The Use ot the Taxpayers' Dollar— W. B. SM&mond, city commissioner. Original Stories—Jim Armitage. .AdVY***—H. C. Ramsower, Director, Extension Department Music—Rag Bag Trio. V Report of Resolutions'committee. Report of Nominating committee. / Music—Rag Bag Trio. Address—P. P. Elliott, Ohio Farm Bureau Federatoon. ST. PETERS' LOSE TO FAST BROWNHELMITES The St. Peters boys' game team met defeat at the local gym Monday evening when (hey met the Brownhelm boys In a one-sided battle, while the church girls and the Brownhelm girls, played a tie game after two overtime periods were played. The Brownhelm boys were taken across to the tune of a 36-11 score and the visitors had them on the run throughout. The girls' game was clone, and as evident hy a 5-5 score the guarding nn both ti'iniis was gOod. At the end of the gnme stood 5-5 and two extra periods were played but neither team had the necessary push to alter the score. MILAN ROAD WILL BE REPAIRED IN SPRING 1 ■ ■ / TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES AND COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MAKE AN AGREEMENT AT MEETING LAST MONDAY KEEP YOUR 8YF. ON THE SCALtS Amherst towuship trustees und the county commissioners held a meeting In the offices of the commissioners last Monday to bring about an agreement whereby they will Jointly repair Milan road from Amherst village corporation to Brownhelm township line. The Improvement will consist of a threelnch asphalt top after the present foundation is repaired. There Is a great deal of repair work to be done on the road before the asphalt Is put on. The present rosd is of macadam construction and has been giving away under traffic until there are stretches several feet at a time that will have to have u complete building up before the top Is put on. The township trustees have U tn trying for some time to have this meeting with the commissioners, realizing that the road was In bad condition but have failed In every attempt until Monday's meeting. There is about two miles ot the road to be repaired and the work will start as early In the coming Hummer, as possible, after necessary plans and arrangements can be made. The township trustees are also making plans to put a coat of cinders on Quarry road as tar south as Ken- delgh's Corners. Thi* work, however, will not be started until Milan road Is completed. LADIES- AUXILIARY ELECT8 OFFICERS At I regular meeting of the Ladles' Auxiliary of the Amerlcnn Legion which was hold In the club rooms on Monday evening tlie election of officers for the ensuing year were elected and resulted in the following: Mrs, George Hoffner. President. Mrs. Charles Chreseman, Vlce-Pres. Mrt, llurland Martin, Secretary. Mrs. George Ahilf rholdcn, Treas. .Mrs. .1. P. Brenncn, Historian. Member! of the executive commit tot Mff, John Clrlch, Mrs. Frank lladde and Mrs. .lames llrennen. lteports were read concerning activities fiir the past year which were fa- ronble, Tha ladles also are planning to loiiduct social meetings every month of, this year. HEALTH CONDITIONS GOOD SAYS HEALTHER COOr«<a«r .Wil f\JO> AvrOCASTSR SOK CO LORAIN METROPOLES LOSE TO FORDS LEIQHTENBERGER CAGED 11 FIELD GOALS AND TWO FOULS, MAKING 24 OF THE 34 POINTS • Read "Little Bits of Everything." IIIIIIIIIIII South Amherst George Gorr, Correspondent. itiiiuiiiUHiiiiiuiiiimiiimiiiiiHHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiif The Motropole cagers of Lorain took a good drubbing when they clashed with the Ford Sales at the local gym last Friday evening in a one-sided and easy game for the Fords. The final score was 34-10. Superior shooting, guarding and pass work was displayed by the locals as Is evident by the score, the visitors scoring only two Held goals while the. Fords piled up sixteen. The locals started out iu the first half with a lot of pep and had the visitors played off their feet. Lighten- berger. of the locals, was the big man In this period, scoring all of Amherst's sixteen points. His shots were from all angles of the floor and there seemed to be no end to his shooting. Ben- Ingham, of the Lorain outfit, scored their only points for the first period with a field goal. Tbe Ford Sales repeated the scoring In the last halt, scoring eight field «oalff «a* two foul goal*. Ughtsabar- gcr scored three field goals and two foul goals, Bruce three, and A. Heggie, two. Nagy, of the visitors, scored one field goal In the last period. Ksenich scored four foul goals, making them a total of 10 points for the game. Summary: Amherst Field Foul Pts. FAREWELL PARTY FOR CHAPLAIN A. A. HUNTER Members 61 the Ladles' Auxiliary und the American Legion have arranged u farewell party for Rev. A. A. Hunter, chaplain of the American Legion, and wIlLbe held In tbe church parlors of the; Congregational church Monday night,, January 16. Rev. Huntea who has been pastor or the Methodist-Congregational church tor thai past several years, has resigned to tale up duties as field secretary for the Baldwin-Wallace college at Berea..: He will leave Amherst About February 1. All members of the Auxiliary and American Legion are invited. ROYAL NEIGHBORS ELECT The local order of the Royal Neighbors ot America held their regular meeting at the Foresters' hall Wednesday evening. An annual election ot officers was held. The fo.lowlng were elected: Mr*. Lewis Merchant, past oracle; Mrs. George Allsop, oracle; Mrs. Fred Bartlome, assistant oracle; Mrs. Elisabeth Roll!, chancellor; Mra. Dave Barnhardt, receiver; Mra. Albert Fasey, Inner sentinel; Mra. Charles Nickel, marshall; Mrs. Martha Kilmer, secretary; snd Mrs. Raymond Jones, pianist. After the meeting a delightful lunctveon was served. TO OIVE DANCE 'The South Amherst Post No. 197 ot the American Legion will give a dance at the Foresters' hall Saturday evening. Krugman's orchestra will furnish the music stor the event. A large crowd is expected to attend and a good time Is assured. ENTERTAINS SOCIETY The Ladies' Dime society ot the Congregational church was entertained by Mra. William Oleason at her home on Bast Main street Thursday afternoon. The regular business meeting was held, after which a dainty luncheon was served by the hostess. About fifteen members were present. SOUTH AMHERST BRIEFS Mrs. Alfred Roll! -was a Lorain visitor Thursday. Mrs. Henry Meyers spent Thursday in Elyria visiting relatives and friends. Ralph Gssser, Lee Leonard and Bam Baumann spent Thursday In Cleveland. •**' Mra. George Wrapp was a Lorain visitor Thursday. Mr. and Mra. John Thompson. Mrs. Jacob Kolb and Mrs. Robert MoCord spent Saturday in Lorain. - Mrs. Philip Buler, Herman Witt and Miss Bertha Witt spent Saturday in Blyria. Mlaa Ansa Aebersold of Oberlln spent th* week-end with her parent*, Mr. and Mra. Oodfrad Aebersold. Mr. and Mr*. Harry Dute and children of Sheffield war* tha guests ot Mr. and Mr*. Andrew Schleferatlne Sunday. , Herman Witt and La* Brill Tuesday la Cleveland. Mrs. Edward Cummins of Blyria Is spending several days visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Cummins. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kolb and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kolb spent Tuesday in Birmingham. Mrs. McCord of Cleveland is spending tbe week visiting at tbe home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCord. Mr. and Mrs. George Stephenson, the Misses Muriel and Enid Baldry, Nelson Nickel and Christ Krleg were Cleveland visitors Saturday. Miss Fern Hahn of Ridgeville spent the week-end with her parents, Mr und Mrs. Henry Hahn. Harry Hahn has purchased a new Ford coupe. The South Amherst City band will practice at the totwn hall Tuesday evening. Air members are requested to attend. Miss Odella Springer and Mia* Viola Aazer of Ridgeville spent the week-end visiting at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Springer. The condition ot Mrs. Grove Ormsby Is reported to be Improving. Christ Krleg made a business trip to Cleveland Tuesday. The Security Benefit Association will hold an important meeting at the Foresters' ball this evening. All members are requested to attend. Mrs. Hugo Matson of Lorain is spending .=<e»oral days here, visiting relatives und friends. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Relnhardt of Buckeye street were the guests of Mr, and Mrs. Jacob Relnhardt or Amherst Sunday. Miss Ida Willie!m. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Wilhelm. underwent an operation for appendicitis ut the Amherat hospital Saturday. Her condition is reported to'be improving. Lightenberger, rf. 11 Bruce. If. 3 V. Heggie, O. 0 A. Heggie, rg. 2 Tulipan, lg. 0 Edwards, rg. 0 24 I 0 4 0 1122 DECKS ARE CLEARED FOR ACTION ALTHOUGH FURTHER ADJUSTMENTS MUST BE MADE, CONDITION* ARB IN HAPPY CONTRAST TO THOSE OF A YEAR AGO "The health conditions In Amherst are the best they have been for some ;fme," was i statement Issued by Health Office* Wm. Miller today. ' There ure only two Important cases in Amherst now that need special attention which has not been the case tor the past Bevcral months and Amherst can be proud ot Its health condition," further Btated Mr. Miller. The important cuses at present are of scarlet fever and typhoid fever. Gregory Brown, son of Harold Brown ' I Purk uvenue, is under quarantine for ■eSfltt fever and the home of August Mlschka on Forest street is also under quarantine for typhoid fever. Both ruBes are being well taken care oi and it Is the opinion ot the health officer that nothing serious will result NOTE—Tar following Is an editorial - take£■ from the "monthly Business Review," th* official paper ot the Federal Reserve bank of Cleveland. Totals 16 2 34 Metropoles Field Foul Pts. Lewis, rf. 0 0 0 Ksenich, If. 0 6 6 Benlngham. Q. 10 2 Neal, rg. 0 0 0 West, lg. 0 0 0 Ssanty, rg. 0 0 0 Nagy, If 1 0 2 Totals 2 6 10 FORD SALES TO PLAY FAST CLEVELAND TEAM Two big cage games have been scheduled for Friday night to be played at the local gym, the Ford Sales to meet the Gordon Square Milliard.- of Cleveland and the Plato Clothiers to tneet the Elyria Andwurs. The game between the Fords und the Cleveland outfit will be the big attraction ub both teams play Class A ball. The Billiards ure" picked to be the Class A chumplons or the Cleveland City league, which insures local fans a good game. The other game, between the Cloth- iei'B and the Elyriu team, promises to be equally us interesting, as both teams uro evenly matched. The Elyria team Is composed of some of the best players in Elyriu and the locals are expecting a hard game. FRED A. THE CHURCHES Congregational. Rev. O. B. Qlthens, pastor. Church services, 10 a. m. Sunday School, 11 a. m. Msthodlst Rev. A. Hunter, paator Sunday School, 10 a. m. Church services, I p. m. St. Johns Evangelloal. Rev. A. Bgll,'pastor. 8unday school 10 a. tn. There will be uo church services. UNDERHILL TO RUN FOR SHERIFF Court Bailiff Fred A. Underbill has announced his candidacy on tho Democratic ticket for the ofllce Of sheriff. He hus officiated in Judge Redlngton's court for some years past and has In that position gained a host ot friends throughout the county. A native of LaGrange, he has resided In Elyria for about twenty years. We are Just entering a new year. While conditions continue much as they have been during the past few months with the murklness slowly but surely disappearing, there are, however, the Inevitable uncertainties still cropping nut ut unexpected times and places. Nineteen twenty-two Is being entered with decks cleared for action. Even though further adjustments must be completed, conditions today are in happy contrast to those that faced us u year ago. Ups-and-dowiiH and hard knocks are sometimes a means of growth. It 1* earnestly to be hoped that business has profited by the obstacles encountered in the past, and that the lessons will be utilized. Business can no long- l er be frightened by a sudden jar or shock. This means progress. Then, too, we are getting back to a I saner method of living and thinking. ' Speculation in tly-by-nlght schemes , has lost much of Its popularity and In I Its plsc* is a desire to Invest in good ! securities. L,evelli'uuledne6s Is beln^ Shown in a truer appreciation of a I dollar's value, And of even greater importance is the fact that we have at hist reached the place where we are Ii 'ginning to realize that no artificial ni h'e.eiy i an be invented for uvoltl- th" consequences or over trading an! nn u is business policies; that 'here Is no detour ou the rough and i "ii painful road Of readjustment that w* have been following. Mm this is no place to stop. A vital need at present is to aid business in every way possible. We are faced by a peculiar sltuutlon Just now. With the exception of the hollUay trade and n few other lines or Industry, this Is naturally the dull period ot the year, und many people have made up their minds that nothing Is to be expected until later. This Is u poor way to get anywhere for it logically follows that it' this later" time falls to bring the expected developments, then this same policy will be continued. It is easy to give advice und sometimes difficult to know Just where to start to shove, but with this in mind we believe that the thing business needs now Is intelligent und constructive push-aheadedness. (Continued on Back Page) HICK CAGERS 1ST DEFEAT The High bsSkStSSIl met defeat when they Journeyed to WlUoughby last Friday evening and met the High team of that town in a hotly contested battle. The score waa 21-14. The local team was greatly weakened because of the absence of Monger, who was on the sick list, and aUo of Gorr, who wus Ineligible; both men were first Stringers, The Wil- loughby gym Is also much lower than any gym that the lota's have been! from cither cases accustomed to playing on and a great Chickenpox Is a favorite disease many shots wont astray on this *OM among the children, there being eight count. The locals put up a good game ; cases in town. As chickenpox Is not and good sportsmanship on the part] | serious disease, there Is little doubt of both teams was the feature of the I but what the epidemic will soon pass game. L. Neumeister of the locals was the thief scorer for his team, scoring four field goal! and two foul goals. Menz and T. Neumeister were each credited with one Held goal, making a total of 14 points for the game. All ot tbe Wll'.oughby lads hail a hand in th* scoring, Sutch, Seltz and Von Lehan- den each scoring one, Markle two and SanizonTna three. Samiobina scored three foul goals and .Markle two, thus making a total of 21 for the entire game. * Following the game, a high school dance wus hold In the locals' honor. The team remained at the homes ot the WlUoughby players Friday evening and went to Cleveland Saturday, where they spent the day. Summary: Field Foul Pts. over. The health condition Is being watched closely through the local health of- liter and the county health board and they are taking every precaution to prevent the spread ot contagious disease. The county nealth nurse, who is sent out by the county board, la also active tn communities where there Is a great deal of sickness, which cannot Be given to doctors because of financial conditions. The local nurse Is In Amherst every Saturday and she will offer aid to any In such need. PLATO CAGERS WIN EASY GAME VISITORS WERE GOOD ON THE FLOOR BUT WERE UNABLE TO FIND BASKET The Plato Clothier's cage quintet added another scalp to their belt last Friday evening when they easily defeated the Olmsted Falls basketeers at the local gym In a runaway game. The final score was 38-14. The locals had the best of th* game throughout, making a good start in the first hair by outplaying and out pointing their opponents in a most baffling manner. They, however, •lowed up in the last ba'f and gave thelr upponentR an opportunity to score, but tbe visitors failed to take advan- tage or the opportunity. "Jake" Belden, "Mark" Wte*a*a and "Bud" Hearn were the big lights in the first period. Hearn scored the first three field goals of the game, giving his team a good start and then played an excellent floor game thereafter. Belden was the big man on the scoring end, making five field goals In this period. Wiseman also scored three spectacular shots. Barker and Sheppard each scored a field goal and Miller scored four foul goals for the Olmsted Fall* team la this period. In the last period the local* slowed up somewhat but not to th* extent that they were outplayed. Belden again came In strong on the scoring In this period by caging three field goals. Wiseman scored a foul goal and M. Baumhsrdt and Wilson each scored a field goal, making a total of N tor the game. Foley and Stearns. of the visitors, each scored a field goal and Miller made two free throws count, making a total of 14 points for the visitors. Summary: Plato Clothiers Field Foul Pts. .. 3 .. 8 .. 3 .. 0 .. 1 .. 1 ..16 1 S3 Field Foul Pts. Amherst L. Neumeister, Menz, If. Einwuchter, c. T. Neumeister, Lelmbuch, lg. rf rg. Totals - <> 10 2 0 2 0 14 WlUoughby Sanizobina, rf. Markle, If. Von Lehanden, c. Seitz, rg, -. Sutch, lg. Field Foul Pta, Totals 8 1) 6 . a i a 21 Watch the News-Times Want Ads. Wiseman, If. Belden, rf. Hearn, c. Wohlever, rg. M. Baumhardt, lg. . Wilson, rf. Totals Olmsted Falls Miller, If. Parker, rf. Foley, c. . Sheppard. rg. .. Atterson, lg. .... Stearns; lg. 1 0 0 0 s 0 7 IS « s t a o i i i 0 1 s 0 s 0 0 0 Totals 4 S a a a • a 14 Society News ENTERTAINS BIRTHDAY PARTY. A birthday party was held In honor of Miss Annu Mollison at the home of her sister. Mrs. Casper Dute ot Spring street, Saturday evening. The affair was a surprise to Miss Mollison and fourteen guests were present to help her celebrate. The evening was spent In games and music, which were fol- l0w*d by a delicious luncheon served bv the hostess, Mrs. Dute. aaaaaaaa* * NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. * Due to a new schedule for * closing our advertising forms, * adopted January 1, all copy for * display advertising must be Iu * our office before 6 o'clock Tues- * day night to Insure publication * tbe same week. * THB NEWS-TIMES. eaaeeeeea MACCABEES ELECT OFFICERS FOR 1922 The Knights and Lady Maccabees hold installation of officers at their meeting lust Friday evening. A large number of members were present und the Installation wus an entire success The following otlicers were Installed: Lady Maccabees Commander Mrs. Fredyrlcu Grugtd Lieut. Com. Mrs, Saddis Mills Bust Commander.-Mrs. Edith Hoffner Chaplain _.MIbs Ella Jaeger Record Keeper Mrs. Nina Leuzler Lady at Arms Mrs. Minnie Mathes Sergeant ..Mrs. Julia Houghton Sentinel Mrs Elizabeth Torno Picket ..Mrs. Anna Sablers Knights of Maccabees Bust Commander ..John Wurmuust Commander George Schroeder Lieut. Commander ...Adam Schroeder Uecord Keeper H. L. Hall Chaplain Henery Freeman Sergeant Wm. Schroeder Master at-Arms Robert Buttorson First Guard Martin Bipport Second Guard Edward Krellzberg Sentinel _. E. H. Brucker Picket ...'. A. E. Pember TEACHERS' TRAINING CLASS MEET8. The teachers' training class met at the Si oue church Tuesday evening, at which tiuie a lurge number of members was present. The evening was ..pent in enjoyable study of how to teach the gospel und bible history. in 500. Mrs. Oeorge Mens won first honors und Mrs. Wm. Baker, Jr., **c- ond. The officers tor the following year were elected und resulted in the following: Mrs. J. J. Ryan—PresidenL Mrs. John O'Nell—Treasurer. SURPRISED ON BIRTHDAY. Mrs. Fred Mathews was tendered a surprise party at her home on Cornell avenue last Suturduy evening when .haul thirty-live ot her friends and relatives gathered at her home to help her colebraNi her birthday. The evening was spent In curds aud music, which afforded u delightful social hour. Following the gumes a luncheon was servod. The guests.presented Mrs. Mathews wiih many beautiful und useful gifts and wished her many more happy birthdays. SEWING 80CIETY ENTERTAINED. The annual election of officers of tbe Ladles' Sewing society ot the Congregational church was held yesterday afternoon at their regular meeting lti the church parlor*. Mr*. F. I. Hubbard and Mrs. Robert Patterson entertained. Twenty-sis member* war* present und a very enjoyable afternoon was spent by all. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: F. 1 Hubbard—President. <"li.ules Cheeseman, Vlce-Pres. J. Gillette—Secretary. It. C. Blum—Treasurer. Mrs Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. GLEANER8 TO MEET. The Gleuners sosclety of St. Peters church will be entertained In the church parlors this evening by the Misses Rena Miller, Amelia Schlefer- steln. Mrs. Albert Berg and Mrs. Sam Wragg. All members are urged to attend us the meeting will be very Important. LOCAL FORD DEALERS WILL GET LICENSE TAG8 Schmauch Brothers, local Ford dealers, huve made arrangements tor the securing of license numbers for Ford owners in Amherst and vicinity. Tbls Is u service to Ford owners only and will greatly aid In getting the number tags without expense or delay. All unto owners must have tbelr 1928 numbers before January 16, according to a ruling by the state secretary. NOTICE TO DELINQUENT SUBSCRIBERS All subscriptions not paid In advance after the end of this week will be discontinued. A special rule has been In effect since lust Monduy and will continue until Suturday night. After that time tho subscription will b* $2.00. • ••••«•• W. F. M. S. TO MEET. The Women's Foreign Missionary society ot the Methodist church will meet with Mrs A. K. Jenue at her home on Cleveland avenue Friday afternoon. An excellent program ha* been arranged tor the meeting and all member.- are urged to attend. NEEDLECRAFT CLUB ELECTS. Tbe Nei'dieeratt club was delightfully entertained yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Wm. Smith at her horns on Park avenue. Fourteen members were present snd the afternoon was spent At the special meeting of the Pythian Sisters in their lodge rooms on Tuesday evening the officers which were elected at a previous meeting were installed. Mrs. Henry Frederick acted as metalling officer. Fifty-tour members witnessed tbe Installation of the following officers: Bust Chief—Cynthia Monger. Most Excellent Chief—Ruth 8cha*>f- ter. Excellent Senior—Ethel Bpley. Excellent Junior—Edith Ehrman. Manager—Elsie Orcutt. Protector—Verna Kuss. Guard—Lucille Echtruth. Mistress of Records and Correspond ence—Elauore Davie. Mistress of Finance—Ida Mlschka. Captain—Carrie Kreeger. Pianist—Bernice Carter. Trustee—Florence Belden. Mistress of Works—Edith Hoffner. Following the installation the outgo Ing officers served a delicious lunch- eon, which consisted of cake, Jello aad coffee. W. C. T. U. WILL MEET. The regular monthly meeting of th* W. C. T. U. will be held in the parlor* of the Congregational church next Thursday afternoon at S o'clock. All members are urged to attend. ■ Vll \ "\ k Read "Little Bit* of aTvenrthamg." BaaaBHB -:. vX
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1922-01-12|
|Date of Original||12-JAN-1922|
|Submitting Institution||Ohio History Connection|
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|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1922-01-12|
|Date of Original||12-JAN-1922|
|Submitting Institution||Ohio History Connection|
VOL. Ml. NO. M.
AMHERST. OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY IS, 1922.
Subscription Price, $2.00 per Year
'•.sndstons Center of the W**4*"»
I*'' t ■
PROGRAM INCLUDES SPEAKERS
• OF NOTE At WELL AS OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST
TO THE MEMBERS
Tbe program for the annual meet-
Inn of the Lorain County Farm Bureau association has been completed
and will take place on Saturday, Jan.
14, at tbe High School Auditorium, Klyrla, starting at 10 o'clock a. in. The
News-Times stated in an article in
last week's Issue that the date was to
be Monday, Jan. 16. We take this opportunity to correct the error, which
waa given us by the state office at Columbus, and should have read the 14th
Instead of the 16th.
The program follows:
Address of Welcome—Mayor A. R.
Response to Welcome—President C.
Report of Secretary—C. L. Rose.
Report of Treasurer—C. T. Wlnck-
Report from Project Leaders—Directed by H. Rogers, county agent:
(a) Certified. Seed for Farm Crops—
A. L. Mills.
(b) Certified Northern Orown Seed
Potatoes—J. H. Longbon.
(c) Alfalfa for Lorain County—Geo.
(d) Sheep and Wool Growers' Activities—Roscoe Campbell.
(e) Clothing Construction and Dress
Forms—Mrs. C. O. Ooss.
(f) County Bee-Keepers Work—B.