Amherst News-Times, 1920-10-28, p. 1
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ihimherstl news-times vol ii. no. 26 subscription, $2.00 per year amherst, ohio, thursday, october 28, 1980. "sandstone center of the world" ;?.? ' '" . t to cel ebrate nov. 11 program committee has ar ranged several "events for day. plans wo under way a celebra tion bo hold lnramherst on annlstic day, noyembor 11th. tho day comoa thursday this and it is thought probable that business placos will closo afternoon instead wednesday as they havo been doing. armlstlco ono most important events in history united states should be observed' by people along with decoration fourth july, meeting was town hall last saturday commit' toos wore appointed take caro ot different parts gf days enter tainment. doings start parade at 12! 30 which com posed bchool children, la dles red cross, american legion, amherst -city band, all fraternal orders other people' interested. line march from town, go east cleveland ave. spring st. south park ave., west church st., elyria elyria" main north t3t. .to where disband. hero short pro gram held including some speaker who not secured yet but whoso name-will announced later. following services attractions staged brandts high school foot ball team play name cannot ub city wili also have game time gamo high' school. best teams can gotten so good games assured. another feature competetlve drill being arranged between johnson post legion amherst-post. b' interesting believed kecrn competition evdence. park- 'will -also close whole afternoon. one theblggest dance evening redlngton hall. given fact alone make suc cess always well sup ported both surrounding cities. ro senthal orchestra occasion. too add crowd great record making decided hit appeared here an dance. armistice attended through out season expected even more attend one. every effort big gest the. hibtory try better than although years tlon successful affairs its kind. details tractions next week the" cbmmitties charge nounce much enjoyment store everyone, 7 high, notes freshmen initiation place gymnasium evening, 28th. the' were .given their invitations monday promised would there. excellent stunt lunch busy .working part entertainment. tag thai athletic association, tags wtf he sold used ticket vermilion. class selling largest number receive h prize. national convention senior civics glass; tuesday-after? noon. represented students class. regular routine carrying ty took place, girls club tuesday elsie egll, whowfts our delegate td w. ct a. granville yur told about her trip plana "were made coming year. dr. mrs. w, purcell mr. mrs, j, b. avery spent wednes l clvlbiad. vermilion observed noxt saturday. ceeds benefit tbj team. admit played sell any amount over thirty cents wishes pay. receipts ex- pexted many pooplo pay inoro necessary cents. bold if you are asked buy arid want holp get member school.: thorn -to g 6 score amhorst im proved greatly since looked planning taking honors. paragon farm exports stock heifer 80ld recently america $10,000.00 may torested there situated near farms scoth shorthorn cattle aro bred. these called pa ragon -and owned schlbley schibloy. teresting kind finest animals world bred right when aware existence here. - produced developed pawn ex port america. she rated tops among expor tation, purple full bloom auction buenos aires, argentina,, $10,000.00. animal highest priced beef females either continent mother still producer herd ve mgniy. -, thins" raised seen soon become famous only breeders people. proprietors raise bettor horn splendid progress. jackson penalty silk robbery after jury had impaneled case already trial against john jackson, charged burglary lacreny receiving stolen property connection ashenbach's spring, suddenly changed his mind plerfd guilty property. motion parole judge redlngton's court and, forty witnesses appoared behalf ten against, them mayor smythe c. g. aschenbach amherst. lngton ordered dismissed sentence carried out. second lyceum course wednesday, 3 , november 3rd, 8:15. mr.' glenn wells furn ish entertainment in, programs num bers really entertaining, wellb singers players .and highly capable presenting exclusive musical pro; meet require ments almost type person dramatic sketches order. includes baritone soprano solos, vocal duets, story tel ling readings, sketches, pianologues, huniorous muslca appropriate pogturalng, recognized stand ing very field entertainments arq plat form. -their please ell people, sunday methodist. congregational hold' hallowe'en party church, 2nd, election night. contests b&twew dif ferent calseea gfchool, large ateadance u present, served. bern 'mr, herman short, boy hospital harding leads rexall staw vote heavy wo- men interested first. rexail straw voto which, conducted b kuss, roxall dealer, proving successful. far 1.045.92p votes, beon cast shows vast territory thin vnfn takes in. presidential nation wido btraw votes taken bhowed exact results contest advance. thoy aro' trying hvo up bellovo doing bo. ended vot hut those returns paper wm publish beforo final 2nd. 8,000 stores throughout cyi readily conducting voting booths able voto. -women did seem interest first now probably bal lots election. present leading state ohio male 32540 comparison 10999 cox. female hard 13211 cox c05l. (both fe 404,033 316,406 163,900 while 101,587. before watch see just how nearly correct was. women except mississippi voted. becoming so.- republican rally scheduled friday night planned rallies speakers secured. col. miller pittsburg evening. (labor leader message voter. attorney george chamberlain al speak address meeting. republicans urged attend. many. hear frank willis .who movie completed complete qhlo con ducted associated natio nal pictures, inc. come v. e. mcghee empire thea ter. closed! completed, 14,834 13, 844 harding. league na tions 15,034 8,934 against. ever corporation thorough pos sible. bably few days. lecture brownhelm'cong. bruwnholm ij flrbt' vill 'evening novem ber 1. courso public schools browubelm suport sons course, tljia numbers brownhelm gregational church. enter-' talnment wins low concert co. lima. consists impersona tions, instrumental music. varied suit taste anyone sura type. company known country rendered price admission 60 35 imibs luclle wesbecher carl epent borne wes becher h, r. hearn daughter marjqrie youngstowu spending here-visiting parents, m,r, a, k.-jenne ave." said football beats visitors 14-0 victory fast cle veland 14 0. added th"elr string of-nrlctorlea flayed thij strong melvln rose i cleveland. melvin middle weight champions lead tar -.that am herst -tjiw&dofeat-ing them1 started de termined win, came long end 0 score. players' practices -which pre pared strenuous help tackled jamherst greater backfiold gains' playing line. bruce hollis touchdowns camo expectation winning wero rather surprised opposition fered players. aggregation surely showed hand dope know real "foot ash tabula ashtabula. supporters special car. wishing ac communi cate manager mitchell possible. f. griffin reports potato fair view weighed two' pounds twelve ounces. grafton man ho largest, estab lished two 4 ounces found outdone product. vegetables sorts producing potatoes especially re largo 'in quantities. endor8e8 wilcox recent repub lican resolution adopted endorsing re-election bate court, action because opinion mem serve county office tbat brought standard equal probate judges superior. rev, hunter indiana ylsted upland academy formerly physical director saw old friends enjoyed visit much. delivered addres ses stiver lake clay pool winona (lake acquaintences lathis leaving institution nine ago. mouthful green car jumps track wedne8day jumpod early run morning. accident occured tried turn corner lincoln rails spread caused leave track. no jured little again put back later runs regularly. congregationl rev. o. glthenb, pastor. public'-wofshlp'io-'a. m. " topic: modern crusader. lesson studied is: "how down corrupt tree." choir rehearsal fri 7:30. .. methodist winters, worship 2 p. 10 seryices. johns evangelical. egh, t-astor. school, 1 arrested disorderly conduct. alex covitz arraigned engle calling josso slelznes bad names. plead hearing set 29th o'clock. paid $25 coats. home furlough. stpheu j. sodltch arrived homo. sa turday five young enlisted navy three months ago tor period threo years. boon attending radio hampton roads, va. chicago whore continue radio, robert mlnch visiting .friends nnd latives. neldlng vermi lion guest goorge ott. esther pippert week-end parents mr, peter pippert. council mot chamber chief discussion streot sidewalk improvements. terto haul fiaglng lay side walks, erie serviced cinders somtetlmo future. eliza ott h. ludwlg sr, ludwlg, jr. fami ly guests miss mabel perryman mar jorle squire oberlln eleanor thompson. mr- smith daugh ter ot.muyor engle. boys band 4th. members sanders surprise mi lan tendered tholr homo evonlng. sixty gathered nsblst celebrating 40th wedding anniversary. wn8 spet games, music tests prosont. nothing affair until delighted anniversary remembered. purso presented couple goratly appre ciated them. onjoymont sorvod. lived horo frlonda helpod celebrato. addition tbe8o thoro qulto claronco elyria, wm. gledo children l. pago do nald lorain earl harold sandorb canfleld clove land, grange holds candidates com- ming discussed. business. pamona wednosday regualr moot rooms maccabeo .meeting what done farmers find bills introduced interests office. features records somo up. word received officers grango cuyahoga grange, form annexing suburban cleve land lending celveland. clevelandf-at tlmo debt contracted during harry davis .-surrounding tanners off debt. burdens grangers reason legislation. followed reading whatever support give campaign audito rium morning resulted 87 44 speeches washka harvey bran dau maurlco strohmeier clifford tolhurst democrats. spoeches created enthusiasm hurold duto univer sity casper dute axtell requested chairman elected. muriel baldry flo ronco avory sun buldrys rents, georgo stophen son. stella boroskl weok-end boroskl. howard mellen s, mellen. albert histod fred schaub. haywood ely ria relatives. harrison n, sho thomp charles bryant family wagner relatives olm stead. vu foresters evonlng 30. krugmans furnish expected. william westerfelt resigned position co's poolroom auditorium, stephenson appoint ed webterfelds wester felt stone quarries defeats elyrians protested u8e men, as' wa8 elryla allowed calss seconds less pllod 47 points soivob. won boat tennis soctlon fonts considered dis grace pep spirit into" toam oxpoct pull victories ends. oxcellont unable ngalnst fiold. or mon displayed wonderful aklll plays lino. locals didn't wasto uny immediately beginning work scored touch firat minutes play. could team, lost bplrlt, gain finally totalling points. monger, quarter horst, majority gains himself mnde touchdowns. backfleld mado touchdown each kicked seven goals 47. allow elyria. steadily improving creditable work. use ob liged remove palytng line-up summary: amherst-47 elyria-0 wllford ie e finnegan -washka t- ,-, .u.'-l-t-porter menz ivg upton edwards, (capt) c brennen r rennouard helser ,t chase o jones monger q forbes gorr stonoy noumelster bottimer f 4, hearn, neumeister, gorr. 5. referee mcclellan; umpire, martin. minutes. beekeepers hurlbut daynlght bee keepers association. six eight new ones joined association around grafton. kept beliig present. schrlever reported timo 160 colonies bees. president sent 336 18 tons honey nvorago ubout 106 lb colony. subject dlscussod packing bees winter durfeg lntoerst beo-keepers up; c, talked membership secure us ut wellington working skirts county. western stuto january tli" lurgost producers state. boe-keopers tuko preseut 140 names mailing list, added. order bus effect mallcloub destruc prosecuted. ubual tolerated any? thing goes care proper officials, stanley hart reserve college, hubbard marjorle lakewood schuler .street, n i-'i .' 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|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1920-10-28|
|Date of Original||1920-10-28|
|Submitting Institution||Ohio Historical Society|
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