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i 1111 iimil iii w l hh ; for high-grade job work at prices that are fair and reasonable, see the amherst news co. . news-times v goes to viirv tmmn sm a 1 aoutn brownhelm : plume xii, no, 41 amherst, p., thursday. set. 12. 1929 "the sannstymr cfmtcd nr ,.,. ,. lo!. ri, zx.: -many amlierst boys girls nro leaving home this month foi iho llrfct time. o-fcjgch mil lytrsiucs caning them away f.-.iin parintal rci pujtlng "on their own" in strange cllles among unfamiliar peo- wbki. ... .. wxs? lne "ret tew weeks will be hard, particularly if they a-e ex- pe-tlng make flight into higher academic regions soli natural reticence of youth is not easily broken down it require oine time form now friendships new contacts, during period there nvtrkod tendency retire dormitory or rooming house mope, resulting loss better spent on boohs football with its common inter ests enthusiasms file brst antidote homesick, nei-s. brings tho students gether mutually agreeable topic conversation while few more hardbitten ipro- , fes ors still refuse consider .as an educative force really amounts that. moping, course, harmful mental depressive; stlm-ulant. one interest quickly 'begets others until whole range campus activities basks reflected glory great collegiate spolt. then it's up professors good. falling leaves arnd fading grass comes tj'e year consecrated quick dispatch cl small animal life. al-wady hunters plan-nlng excursions fields woods, sound resound hoavy booming high powered nnd priced shot guns. then, woe hapless cotton tail pr squirrel afflicted desire go places things. charge has changed many foot-loose bunny rabltl-cat equivalent angel. some argue, without cause, brutal sport taking unjustified toll happy, furry things able protect them-1 selves. certainly lacks approach even break exists between ferocious gamt- ahd hunter. fiom afandpeint duel wash-i, out. arid yet we were rabbit was given us select our route departure from life would choose speedy death hands hunter rather than - tedious, torturous nature " adopts ridding world old infirm. wore broadmlndtd argue final passage ut productive good pelt "might making pair mittens young otherwise might cold, carcass mlght bo turned nourishment. whereas took reckoning mother no ends met return dust which, observations as intelligent broadmlnded- tell us, thero already, plenty. considering benefit open air exercise should say sudden off by well-aimed bullet represents lesser two evils purely rabbit's standpoint, nut, outlook other end gun. organization called aequltas. formed j fight men's rights. ' housed fine vienna palace and. membfts aro 25,000 suffering males who have been driven tyranny femininity join forces hope preventing further subjugation mn. fr-i aequltas says women zs' always ruled france, voters outnumber men 4' england, united states completely under domination ladles. admits tt doei1 want re-establish the, male. (evidently con- sldered hopeless task.) drogram aequltas, carled out, impos bible means wo-c capable self-support, leave husbands within three years marriage, get alimony. divorced would' denied uso (lietr huslband's names purposes "df movement nights but timid, mllk-and-wat- ? ery movement. example, r american it. retuse pub- they're afraid. t pot be? senator tyson dies lawrence p tennessee, veteran tw wars recipient oi distinguished service medal tlx war, died following nenrou breakdown trie age ol ml errors prove powerful hits shnrp'a superb pitching naught support crumbles again played major part uipsetting mlschka meats. sup posedly easy foe tables, eaton downing score 6 4, where previous encounter these clubs amlrerst won lopsided 15 1, visitors best ball field, advantage mis-plays went winner. another well-pitched game because lack support. al sharp held seven hits, struck out batters, walking only one, had o ibe content thf short end. meats alo got where. guilty 4 errors, committed 11 mis- plays. tells tale defeat. towne most frequent offender error column four mlsplays. fact, ho handled chances came his way. sharp. addition excellent pitching, led team bat ting double run trips plate, besides scoring runs. impotency bats indicated fact pntire futon outfield caught fly, did assist. notes ilocker credit sacrltice fly pop back second when crossed oppo sition dashing home. lelmbach game, .that he bad boil left arm. darck, bounce wakeman tried reaching search hit third sunday pitch must least eight feet air. joppa meats' last season. next joppa, wind season wakeman. towne, ss berk, cf becker, 3 olson, 2b i, gleason, 3b llarck, lb theumbllng, rf lelmbach, c sharp, 14 2 0 7 27 totals 35 w. drills, 5 8 c. crowell, t. carpenter, cf. l. cook, grills, detman, bundle, thompson, 12 base lilts tluee cook. stolen bases towne. detmm. balls detman 2. 15, 9. passed card 'thanks neighbors tenney avenue, wish tothank you all your kind expression sympathy sorrow. also acknoweldge deep appreciation consoling words friends called. we. shall remember splendid sermon rev. 'mr. ernst. edward beherendt-mrs. minnie kreegeil family iskskbsbskjapssjbssasfsssa ilsisssbp'"':-tsssssssl ihslirftbssflbsssflsami flashlight turns first page story class joke excited couple dashed marshal tom llruce about a. m. tuesday. "there's man either dead badly hift lying avenue nenr plato coal supply co.," informed it-marshal. "he's dead," companion declared, "bo-ause heard him groan." officer immediately scene cif t' e supposed outrage wn startled outline mnn'i near sidewalk marsba's pocket flash v. might, firs joke. tb "mni" bundle rubbish deposited so looked exactly like n sprawled across gn-. reporting jus returned canadian vacation sniffed susplcl'usly said nothing. local collegians prepare study thirty preparing enter institutions learning urge education carry well over store homes shortly matriculate various colleges universities throughout state. oberlln, favorite. btudents here oxpectlng enroll thlb (ar. claire yentzer, dorothea zilch eugene eastman complete requirements 3'une ins'tltutlon awarded degrees. mildred charles strauss college sophomores dorothy jones frances sa-biers hold same rank oberlln conservatory school comme-.ce, consecutive- ,ie' ot valley city. ly- morning services 'livened ohio state university colunv 10:30 tbeodoie bus rates just iipiow closer merten, lorain, opened schosl estimation am-' sonr service, followed prayer berst students. five sign!- merten. antnem, fled intentions enrolling "o sing unto lord." ren-at big columbus institution, dered chorus choir comnrlsed bobeit hubbard, earlei kane. adelaide webb, doyle hut-j ton maurice belden. mr. hubbard sophomore rated freshmen. belden rtudent veterinary school. cox her thu western its-serve remainder inclined represent ainhcrsit widely assorted group institutions, helen flem'ng grace schaefi'or kent normal take training physical education. jean n""' o'l national park seminary, washington, d. o. william pnrecll selected miami oxford alma mater continue year. bert miller hl-i nt north centra! college, napervllle, 111., robert strohmeler re-en tr omo i! r-versify athens sophiini both arlene kpicii fhri'iic boamann win kent. !iu former latter freshman. collegps, claiming large percentage students, competition professional contempo raries. six nursing career entering va'vnis remains lieutenant ralph powers, war hero, killed russia 1919, returni-71 country re-inte-rpienr, according cabled report commission which negotiating soviet government removal dead. efforts made effect bodies, absence diplomatic i;elat!ons soviets handicapped workers extent. fall 1919 graves registration bureau department sue-cedeed recovering 112 bodies burled archangel district. mostly michigan brought detroit impressive v- 'i posse captured mrs. everyone's jimmy uy albert reid hundreds observe evangelical day st. peter's nnrl st john's south represented 300 people attending annual observance lincoln congregations churches district exercises. included amherst; paul's elyria emman- members john's, petei's, john's. direction edith moeblus. amherst. offertory hymn assembly. re. j. k. blsclnff, uuerim, gave talk after wnich anthem "praise ye father,'. (.uinod rendered choir. paul schmidt. vallev city, inspiring talk, closed hymn. lord's prayer, benediction, n-nst, oberlln. picnic dinner enjoyed program games contests followed, sam wragg amkerst. vesper o'clock, ll bourquln elvrla leader. h"nry "dum music re'idered bv glee club lorain. devoted tn tills purpose. audrey sr'ip-n'ch esther nabnknwikl iwm i. ....ipntu lutheran l-"n!tit tin'-'lnir biir.l fnr nurses cleveland; virginia grulich enrolled joseph's trnlnlng "rhool. ioraln, rulh yentzer receive nnrrss operated reserve university. jpan boyce nellie krolicki cleveland schools hero tribute paid before caskets intel reu. steps being taken tu locate exhume remaining deud existing russian overthrown supplanted republic. reltalons rods severed recently little couia done work. finally congress appropriated sum ox money appointed committee composed entirely ex-service successful inducing co-operato them. commission- way toward full sanc holliger pastor preaches connreoatlon uov. holllger, successor tabbert churclu pa-ached sorman congregation. holllger formerly church sandusky, signed recent convocation canton. transferred llndi-ay, city week. auditor announces tax disbursement village $19,413.14; $40,346 share county monroe welly's distribution taxes extent $19.-413.11, entire amount $2,001,594.32 announced, approximately $250,00(1 less distributed april. amherst's apportionment half aggregated $20,57, $1200 allotted present disbursement. village. total $40,34g.os fir.131.r.r exceeded elynn obprlln schools. ranks $10,000. items in-elude- following: township, $7201.01. $01m.!)0. niherst township schools, $1,-7?2.5n. rchoals. $16,534.10. pojth village, $1841.18 tion government. once ezhumlng. identifying transporting ibis undertaken possible ipeed. lt. powers 22g americans action wounds am orican tent aga3nst bolshevik! troops area northern september, 1918. medical corps' ouues ueciareo awr duty russia. as- soldiers kept long armistice undergoing enemy fire majority e. f. demobilized sent law affects buses motorists required stop load unload pupils r. p. vaughn, superintendent lias information newspapers calling attention to' alterations affecting buses. provides stltt penalties infractions minimum $10 costs maximum $100. send violators jail exceed 30 days. clause motorist! compels driver 10 loading unloading remain distance children reached nearer side road. regulation applies vehicles approaching front the( rear. specified driv er right road close-to curb possible. provision stipulates wo'ds "school bus" printed vehicle enough br read 200 feet. clerks boards drivers provided copy tin- number any auto comply. meeting three-months' recess stuudy monday beach, i'ark avenue. discussion "norway." u 20 associate member, harry leuszler serving president. meet sorosls evening pletch mark n- onenlnir nf rluli nllvlrlna f,llni. inr tnelr hubpenalo,. summer months. shell fragment attempting evacuate unit heavy bombardment later gallantry award ed posthumous cross ono coveted military decorations ranked congressional medal. decoration soldier's parents, dr. h. department. location grave definitely established, ts- cent reports indicated" buried. known interred believed these, suits filed savings banklnn seeks recovery aggregating $20,000 banking tuesday pleas court elyria. defendants gclilb ley sued $5784.20: louts oslbcrger $2027.07; s. mccoy johnson $123.79: tor $l-fi).24 $2857.95: ludwlg thomas jisii 41, frank smith $2ss9. ta.kes week pass thursday; henry ruhl laid hand lesldents past week, victims day. llehreudt. anna ilougn, t.treet, kather-lne iloffner, aswered call beherendt hospital operation gall stones. shu horn 1885 resident survived husband, edward: wo daughters, florence hilda; mother, kreeger brother sisters. funeral 2-30 hon-e airs. george mengel interment, elmwood cemetery hough illness. she germuiy parents young, town 33 years, witli exception resident- york mlchlrnn. member methodist active womrn's foreign missionary society u. public -he' speaker ofi'lrlating. burial cemi tery. mis hoffner thursday eve ning tollowlng illness weeks. imm m brownhelm. graduating ifign 1911 complying ilu-lness college. htr husband. mien hotfner, daughter; mai ion louise- thi(m mrs sablers. john ri-lnhardt jerome menz, brother, burton sage, lr-r-iln, father. nne'-al ilnrfner. street, iv charge. cemetery. ruhl, friday, ills here, hut mansfield. widow iiih par ents, mr sister survive rur cniwnlilll early girl virginian married miss herman cecil dellinger wed mt. jackson announcement marriage dred washington dellinger. va., place sept. 3. daughter andrew attended school, transferring institution business wheie gradu ated, employed stenographer office welly. em ployed tube ceremony lester honeymoon through pennsylvania. maryland west bride's street. election promises spirited candidates board limit filing petitions expiring preliminary arrangements vicinity november elections completed. men, members, announced flielr candidacy lire cooper. hurold penton, werner clifford. terms expire shortly. elect- d four-yeal- law, every i.tliir nonl. fred holzhauer .1. ii. avery, 1931 applicants hae trustees offk-e clerk. !l. frederlch. whlton. brandt bnooker ward tolhurst. brandt, brook- 'r tolhurst board. t! clerk cook contest post moe-biiis, incumbent. nobody hoard, officials stated. necessitate writing elections. mhert settled primary problems caucus hall otto ruth elide slated oppose each mayor harold allsop schaub n. townsend treasurer's allen thompson. twplve council seats. proper cen ters around race cooper, republican, attempt unseat slo- pel, mayor. republican coiincllmen ticket scats, democrats slate closed. republicans written ballots nov. 5. hundred tli" office. expecting campaign ami quite spirited. legion plans furnish rooms seek co-operation outfitting proposed chairs, tables pic-your attic. hires lady' so. greatly appreciate help furnishing room abandoned piece furniture appreciated, curtains., t-1 curtains rugs demand. decided solicit friday. donated fi nichdtl, conveniences well-appointed room. contributors requested telephone co., remove donations. (lags nvallable public. hags size material ones sold prior memorial may bought figure. sale hopes decorate streets lawns past. association future judging turn-out variety rrom eleven. present, likely appearing timber. evening, officers ofganlzation assumes duties alyce neldlng castalla accepted position teacher city-
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1929-09-12|
|Date of Original||1929-09-12|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1929-09-12 12 41|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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