Amherst News-Times, 1923-04-26
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M 1 I ( > • *' THE AMHERST NEWS-TIMES Vol. IV. NO. BO. ISSUSO THURSDAY AMHERST, OHIO, THURSDAY, April N, 1923. v y Subscription Price, $1.00 per Ysar 'Sandstone Center of ths World." SO. AMHERST HIGH SCHOOL WILL RECEIVE 1ST CRUDE CHARTER COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTEN- DENT, t. C. SEAL TO MAKE THS PRESENTATION ON MAY 2 tt South Amherst high school will receive a charter from Uio state of Ohio, placing It among the first grade high school at the high school auditorium on Wednesday evening, May 2, according to a report made yesterday by E. R. Johnson, principal of tbe high school there. County school superintendent, E. C. Seale will deliver sn address on this occasion on the subject "Our High Schools" and will prssent the charter following the addaess. In connection, "The Windmills of Holland" an opperatta, will be given by the South Amherst high school i students. This will be the second presentation of this opperatta In South Amherst, the first played to a packed house, with many turned away. Principal, E. K. Johnson Is looking for a large attendance next Wednesday night. FAWEWELL RECEPTION FOR REV. NEUMEtSTER AND WIFE FRIDAY EVE A farewell reception for Rev. and Mrs. M. Neumelster was held at the Methodist church basement last Friday night, shout 126 attending. There was also a reception for the nineteen new mombers taken in at the Stone The male and women's quartets from the Emanuel Evangelical Sunday school of Lorain furnished the music. Speeches were made by George Hol- steln, W. H. Schlbley and by the Rev. aad Mrs. Neumelster. of tha . church also rendered music. Zelma Muth gave a planologue, Mildred-Zilch, a piano solo. Declamation by Madallne Davie, talk by Amelia Pippert and a song by Jonaco Hol- shaaer. The Hbme Builders class furnished the refreshments. Mrs. Neumelster was presented with a large bouquet of flowers. Mr. Neumelster has been pastor of the Stone church for the past seven years. ATTENDING CONFERENCE AT CANTON, OHIO r2 * — R«.l M. Neumelster left yesterday for Ca. ton, where he will be In attendance at the Brie Conference of Evangelical churches.- He wl'.' not return until early next week. COUNTY BEEKEEPERS TO MEET AT ELYRIA MONDAY EVE The Lorain County Beekeepers association will hold a meeting In the council chamber at Elyrla city hall next Monday evning, April 30, at which time many important matters will be discussed, among which the explain ation of the new Foul Brood law will be foremost. Plans will also be made for the Beekeepers field day meet which will be held in Medina the week of August 20th. The association will endeavor to work out plans by which all of the bee colonies In the county can be inspected during the coming summer. NEXT B. M. A. BANQUET AT BROWNHELM MAY 16 IGMGsto . V sii $80,000 Wife $1 The next Business Men's association banquet will be held In the Congregational church parlors at Brown- helm, on Wednesday evening, May 16, according to plans made at the last meeting of the association held Thursday night. The event will start with a supper served at 6:30 followed by an address by an out of town speaker. The stunt committee are also planning to put on some form of entertainment at this time. FRANK RAY HONORED ON BIRTHDAY, FRIDAY Prank Rsy was honored at the home of his nieces, Mrs. C. M. Harris snd Miss Lucy Horn in celebration of his birthday anniversary Friday. Several friends were invited at their home and a very pleasant time was enjoyed. The afternoon was pleasantly spent in social chat and music. A delicious dinner was served each guest. A huge birthday cake adorned the table and dainty baskets were given as favors. During the course of the afternoon a post card shower was also given Mr. Ray. Those present were: Mrs. Elizabeth Werner; Mrs. Adam Northelm, Mrs. Catherine Deuachle; Mrs. Robert Hageman of Lorain; Prank Ray, Mrs. C. M, Harris, Lucy Horn, and Mrs. Adam H011. BROWNHELM SCHOOL GRADUATION MAY 24 Waah I. Muxphr noted Pacific esast attorney, left his estate of MBuOOS to this girl. Miss Rose Helm STEaa rraadsco. and to his widow, ■ho Is trying to break the wUl. only ST Aim Helm Is a nana. The Conimencemnt exerctses for the graduation class of 1923 from Brownhelm high school will be held on Thursday evening May 24, according to a decision made at the meeting of the Brownhelm school board last Friday night. ■ . The baccalaureate sermon will be given on May 20. Both the commencement exercises and baccalaureate sermon will be held In the new high school auditorium. REBEKAH8 TO GIVE PROGRAM TOMORROW NIGHT The local Rebekah lodge will give a program In the I. O. O. F.hall tomorrow night. A one-act comedy entitled "A Wife Wanted" will be presented by members of the order In connection with musical numbers readings and recitations. AGRICULTURAL CLASS PRESENTS •# •*' At *•< sail* \\\*- * PROGPIM Of**' ""Vtory Tree .miik. held In the foe.*1* . .mil, the Agrlcultular class ...ni other members of tho high school took part in the program. HIGH SCHOOL BANQUET TONIGHT IN M. E. CHURCH PARLORS The annual Athletic banquet of the local high school will be held In the church parlors of the Methodist church, at which time, members of the football and basketball teams will be guests of honor. The Faculty, Board of Education and their wives, parents of the players and other high school students will attend. The senior class have sent out Invitations for the affair: the Freshmen are preparing the decorations, and the Sophomores are planning the entertainment. The Junior class has charge of the table decorations. With such a force preparing for the event, Indications are that it will be the biggest ever hold. The high school orchestra will furnish the music. ENTERTAINS IN HONOR OF DAUGHTER Mrs. A. J. Stlwald entertained in honor af her daughter Orient's 7th birthday at her home on Elyrla avenue Tuesday evening. Games and contests were tbe main amusements of the evening. Arthur Thomas received first honors in the contest while second place was awarded Dorothy Lakoefskl. At 7:30 the guests were Invited to the dining room where refreshments were served. Favors were roses filled with' candy hearts. Miss Orient was presented with a number of gifts in honor of the occasion. CLASS PARTY ENTERTAINED AT CHURCH PARLORS * AUTO HOME PLATES * * GOING PAST * * —«- • * The auto Home Plates which * * were received-last week are go- • * ing like hot cakes, and many * * have availed themselves of the * * opportunity to-show other folks * * in other towns where they're * * from. Its "dog-gone" good ad- * * vertlstng for your town so cop • * one before they're gone. Bill * * Barman, Art Tolhurst, John * * Michael, Walter Moebius, Hank * * Plato and Nubby are all selling * * them. If you can' find these fel- * * lows, stop at the News-Times • * office and get yours. * * . * •••a*.....*. WEEK'S ENTRIES PROBATE COURT MIMfflMMIMIIIIBt^ I The Auto Home Plates Are Herei Boost your own town—show folks vherc you arc from. Get a set of plates today. #i.oo Per Set or 50c each The supply is limited to joo, don't wait until they are all sold. Per Salt at THE NEWS-TIMES OFFICE 164 Church St. Amherst, Ohio The fifth class of the United Sunday school held a class party at the church parlors Thursday evening. The evening was spent In playing games and music after which luncheon was served. Tho following were present: The Misses Sybil Leonard, Florence Hummer, Helen Bryant, Ruth Ott, Esther Ott, Dorothy Jones, Oelora Baden, Elisabeth Brown, Alice Garland, Doris Springer, Mary Fountaine, Elisabeth Grebe, Christina Orebe, Ann" Mathews, Evelyn Ruth, Phylls Barn hart and Elenora Thompson. ENTER MUSIC MEMORY IN ELYRIA SATURDAY The South Amherst schools were represented In the county musio memory contest held In Elyrla Saturday. The five representatives of the high school and the five representatives of the grades were chosen in contests held st the local school. ELYRIA-LORAIN ROAD OPEN EAST OP PENPIELD JCT. Ths Elyrla-Lorsin road east of Pea- field J net ion has been 'opened for traffic after having been elosed for the past two months. The road has been widened.as well as having bean entirely resurfaced with asphalt. The following entries were made at probate court during the past week: Will of Andrew Taylor, late ot Elyrla has been filed for probate. Anna Taylor appointed administratrix of the estate of Peter Nowlckl, late of Elyrla. Bond $6,000. Will of David Hay lor, late of Lorain admitted to probate. Ada Haylor appointed executrix without bond. Conrad Baker appointed administrator of the estate of Ernest Baker, late of Henrietta,. Bond 12,000. Wilt of Charles Dallko, late of Amherst, filed for probate. H. A. Beck appointed administrator tor property in Ohio, belonging to James Walsh, late of Humbsta, Canada. Bond 11,000. Stanlslaw Sosnoskl appointed administrator of the estate of Floyd Sosnoskl, late of LaOrange, Bond $6,000. F. I. Hubbard appointed administrator of the estate of Ida Hubbard, late of LaOrange. Bond $4,000. Will of John G. Anderson, late of Loruin, filed for probate. SOUTH AMHERST TO HAVE ELECTRICITY A franchise has been drawn up between the village of South Amherst and the Ohio Public Service Company of Elyrla, by which the latter is to furnish electric light and power to South Amherst residents. The Ohio Public Service Company recently* appropriated $13,000 to put in the light and power service for that tillage. 116 people have already subscribed for the lighting service which indicates that the new move will be a successful one. CONGRESSMEN DAVEY PLANS LORAIN COUNTY VISIT FRENCH CLASS TO PRESENT PLAY AT CHAPEL TOMORROW Two French plays will be dramatized by members of the French classes of the local high school at the regular chapel exercises held In the high school auditorium tomorrow morning. The second year French* class will present the famous French play by Maurey entitled "Rosalie", and the students will take their roles as follows: Madam Bol Dorotha Hean Monsieur Bol Frank Pandy Rosalie Margaret Newsberry The first year French class will give the play entitled "A Mystified .Doctor". The cast for the play Is as follows: The Doctor Dwyer Lelmbach The Rich Lady Alice Lersch The Poor I*ady Mildred Delbrtdge Both plays will be given in French, with appropriate costumes and settings. PARENT-TEACHERS ASSN. MEETING WEDNESDAY. MAY 2 The Parent-Teachers association will conduct their regular monthly meeting on next Wednesday evening In the high school auditorium, uccordlng to hii announcement made by Miss Mutile Driver, chairman of ths entertainment committee of the association. Mr. Harold Bkidmore, president of the Y. M. C. A. work at Oberlin college will speak on this occasion. Mrs. Floyd Moulton ot Penflold Junction will also speak at the meeting. A box luncheon will be served. The meeting will start promptly nt eight o'clock and as large a number as possible are Invited to attend. COUNTY STUDENT WINS ORATORICAL OISTRICT TITLE Archie Chester of Avon, was victorious In the Northeast Ohio High School Oratorical Association's contest held at Kent, Ohio, last Friday night. Several local people had the opportuntly to hear the Avon student at Brownhelm and at South Amherst some time ago and were greatly pleased with his work. The winning of this title gives to Lorain County a place In the oratorical circles of the best rural high nchools of the state. WINIFRED M'ELFRESH DIES SUNDAY Winifred McEItresh, aged 34, died at the home of her sister, Mrs. Wm. Bruce on Crownhlll avenue Sunday morning shortly after five o'clock following an Illness of several weeks duration. She Is survived by her mother, Mrs. Anna McElfresh of New Richmond, Ohio; two brothers, Claude and Wayne and three sisters, Mrs. Fred Hamilton of New Richmond, Ohio; Mrs. Wm. Bruce, and Mrs. Mori In Katron, both of Amherst. Funeral services were conducted Monday night from the O. H. Baker funeral parlors, the Rev. F. E. Eastman officiating. Following the services the body was sent to New Richmond for burial. Congressman Martin L. Davey will make a trip through the district during the recess of congress for the purpose of calling on his constituents who may wish to consult him. He plans other trips during his term of office according to a regular schedule He will be In Elyrla at tha Elyrla hotel on Thursday and Friday, May 3 and 4, aad will visit Lorain, at ths Lorain hotel on Wednesday, May 2 HIGH SCHOOL GIVES OPERETTA AT LAGRANGE The local high school students gave the operetta "The Windmills of Holland" at the LaOrange school last Wednesday nlgbt and will give it In Birmingham Friday night. The LaOrange high school will give their operetta "Patricia" at the local high school this evening. "The Windmills of Holland" will be given at the local school adltorlum again Wednesday evening, May 3, for the benefit ot those who were not able to se It before. SOCIETY TO MEET DUSIRESS MEN TO TAKE STUDENTS TO CLEVELAND JULY 11 FREE TICKETS AND FREE TRANSPORTATION IN 8TORE FOR STUDENTS ON AMHERST BASEBALL DAY. At a meeting of the Amherst Business Men's association held recently, it was decided to iiuike July 11, a big lay for students In the fifth sixth seventh ami eighth grades of the local school by taking them to see ths Cleveland IiiiIIh'ih and Philadelphia play baseball. Secretary J. J Smythe will have 150 tickets this week which will take every Htudent who can attend. In connection with the free tickets, the business men will take the children to Cleveland by uutomoblles and take rare of them while there and see that they return home safely. The following business men will have chnrge of the trip, J. J. Smythe, Jacob Baus, F. R. Powers, Conrad Zilch, C. J Ehrmun. Dr. O. M. Parker. Dr. W. O. Schaeffer, R. L. Petty. Edward Moeblua and Frank Mlschka. Other fans are also invited to make this trip In order that Amherst can have a good representation at Cleveland on that date. Elyrla, Lorain, Oberlin and Wellington will also attend the game on July 11, making It a Lorain county affair. Secretary Smythe will have further Information concerning the trip, which will be announced later. MRS. EDWARD SAHL ENTERTAINS Mrs. Edward Sahl of Harris street entertained a number of friends at her home Friday afternoon in honor of her birthday anniversary. The afternoon was spent in social chat and music, and a delicious dinner was served. A birthday cake with candles made a pretty centerpiece. Those attending were: Mrs. Sablers, Mrs. Shefflet, Mrs. Lee Menz, Mrs. J. Kane, Mrs. Sahl, Mrs. Huben Holllngs- worth, Mrs. Peter lluth, Mrs. A. Brandt. Mrs. Charles Hull. Mr-i. Catherine Deuschle, and Mrs. Elizabeth Werner. Mm Sahl received many gifts. MRS. HAROLD DLUM IS HOSTESS AT DANCIN6 PARTY FOR HUSBAND Mrs. Harold Blum entertalued at a private dancing party Friday evening at the K. of P. hall. The occasion was In honor ot the birthday anniversary of her husband. Forty couples were In attendance. Guests ware present from l.orain, Elyrla and Cleveland. The hall was beautifully decorated for the occasion. Dancing started at nine o'clock, tbe music belli;; furnished by Hazen's orchestra of Lorain. The ladles were presented with aprons for favors and the men caps. Punch and wafers were served. 8OUTH AMHERST CLEAN-UP OAY8 TO BE MAY 2 AND S EAGLES DI8CU88 MEMORIAL AT MEETING MONDAY NIGHT At the regular meeting of the local Eagle lodge in their rooms Monday night tbe matter ot erecting a memorial for the World War veterans was the foremost In the discussions. A committe was appointed to meet tbe vlllag council and make final arrangements. The organisation of a baseball team who will play under tbe nainu of the Amherst Eagles is still pending. ENTERTAINS FRIEND AT FAREWELL PARTY Miss Virginia Gillraan entertained at a farewell party In honor of Mlas Ruth MaOtll at her home on Prospect street Monday night. Miss MuGlll will leave In the near 'future for Mr. Vernon, Oblo to reside. The evening was speut with music, and games. Refreshments were served. The honored guest wan presented with several gifts by her Sunday school class. ' ' " ' ' * " *■' ——-—., I. O. O. F. LODGE TO CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY The Ladles Aid society of the South Amherst United church will meet at the town hall Friday afternoon. Mrs. William Haywood. Mrs. William Emery and Mrs. Thomas Flowers will entertain and a cordial invitation Is extended to all. S. B. A. ENTERTAINED AT VERMILION ' Twenty-five members of the Security Benefit association Journeyed to Vermilion Monday evening where they were entertained by the S. B. A of Vermilion. All repor a good time. The local order of Odd Fellows and the Rebekahs will observe the 104th anniversary of the order by attending the Sunday morning services at the Congregational church. All members are requested to meet in the 1. O. O. F. hall at 9:30 Sunday morning. PYTHIAN SISTERS TO ATTEND LORAIN MEET The local Pythian sisters have -been extended an invitation to attend a meeting of the Lorain Pythian sisters in the Holiman lodge rooms tomorrow evening. A large number of the local order are planning to attend and are requested to meet at the Pythian hall at 7:16 o'clock. The South Amherst council have arranged for two clean-up days to be observed on May 2 und 3. A truck has been engaged for the work and all citizens will place rubbish at the curb to be hauled awuy. This move is for the betterment of the town in general and it requires the co-operation .ill the residents. COUNTY SUNDAY SCHOOL MEET AT LORAIN MAY I The Loruin County Sunday School Convention will be held In Lorain on May 1, and 2. The opening address wll be given by Rev. W. L. Burner of the Declpls church, Elyrla, and Prof. Graham of Oberlin Seminary. Local people will be on the program which will be announced Inter iunc-in for "Horns Swasst Homa," May 8 -lust 100 years ago. May «, John Howard Payne, above, then am IS. tt'i the poem. Home Sweet H"iue" ffhleh later was put to mu- sie r.i bis memory, every radio lipuntcMfttluj station hi lbs U S. win lime sung the famous song oa the »v«titns of Msy 8. a* oillllwu liMciiei-K win hear ths soug. I
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1923-04-26|
|Date of Original||26-APR-1923|
|Submitting Institution||Ohio Historical Society|
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