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t 1 the amherst news-times r m- volume xvii, wt do our part washington news letter washington, may 15:- back of whatever action congress take regarding a presidential veto o bonus is growing spirit compromise to appease de----mands militant lobbies. new factor has entered scene in personality father coughlln, tho radiocaster. legislators are frank ly puzzled at actual influence persuasive voice over air waves. if coughlin finds it possible sway course legislation, there no end possibilities political world. signing names form petitions and telegrams large just plain propaganda but carries distinct threat timid politicans. betting here favors series deals between warning factions on capital hill. evercome veto, necessary obtain twothirds vote. experience office-holders know full well liability incurred voting override written disapproval president clash policies before measure reaches white house nothing compared an outright rejection veto. small wonder that democratic members congress, shaking their boots as they await reaction from home district after smoke battle lifted. leaders senate placing important legislative -proposals sieve separate wheat chaff. nra extensjon bill -will soon be placed doorstep house. committees charge utility holding company putting steam attempt get this project preferred list adjournment many vital measures will undoubtedly fall by wayside. such fate legislation encounters parli- mentary snags during closing weeks long hectic session. tactics utilized whtp-sawing rebellious into line force acceptance roosevelt ideas not entirely new. old-time game matching against house, knowing both jealous ot prerogatives granted founders republic. particulary susceptible weather vane public sentiment. administration point out hustings approaching with result recalcitrant solons usually forget peeves vote according dictates. exceptions rule. illustration. stamp approval probably help incumbents reelection efforts. essentially opportunists play along where bring rewards. though 13 months elapse gravels national conventions two major parties, scouts now afield sounding sentiment state camps. several willing aspirants watching drift trial ballons. so far, rivals courting popular favor conceded present occupant nomination bag. postmaster-general farley insurance re-nomination building up powerful machine control dellgates "pow-wow" 1935. he due resign his cabinet porfolio time marshal standards. col. knox, chicago publisher leading surge underground republican followers worried because veteran campaigners ordinarily discount chances candidates who early lead :presldentlal sweepstakes. number 24 p. t. a. season closed mond'y school year last monday night when one largest crowds attending meeting was present, mrs. i. g. maxwell, retiring president, presided. voted sustain association's officers pledged $5.00 toward hospital benefit given avomen's club. elected were installed supt. fred powers. are: george h. frank, president; john mckenzie, vice presi dent; effle smith, secretary bob hubbard, treasurer. installation ceremony short. called upon stage mr. power read national-council nights program included presentation awards honor students american legion. style show, illustrating styles dresses for schoool girls, also pa-jamas, presented. very large, of, girls modled stage. exhibit exhibits made domestic science room cakes baked 'by ithe man-uel training drawings' articles students. art display arranged gym. poppy day set 25th saturday, 25th, amherst. ,on women elmer johnson no. 118 unit legion au xiliary distribute little red popples streets foe worn world war dead. observance annual nationwide day, which millions americans pay tribute memory dead wearing memorial popples. activities directed committee auxiliary head mildred imoeblius. chairman. other mem- bers madda-line bruce, sarah tawne, delia bechtel. poppies have been 'disabled veterans. making provided employment needy veterans through winter spring months, enable-ing them support themselves families. pullc response determine how extensively work can reopened. exchange popples, ask each person make contribution welfare war's living victims', tlie disabled money used auxiliary, bulk tin local post unit. tax examiners bank merchants losing sleep prospects sales re ceipts ibe relieved announcement" today chas. heimann, former court bailiff officer. heind- mann advises ohio park friday, 17 assist any desiring direction. view questions per taining subject still maining minds business men, heimann recommends all advantage opportunity consult these higher authorities. special services m. e. church held methodist beginning next monday, visiting pastors occupying pulpit every except sunday rev. r. c. jensen preach. schedule follows: sunday. jensen; allan blackman, richfield, ohio; tuesday, dr. vernon w. wagar, oberlin; wednesday. .robert anderson, damascus; thursday, royden mott, pitts-field; and. friday. robert brown. oberlin. says captain henry henry: "did you ever see dream walking?" ',.u presenting mclntyre left appeared broadway "snobs" quarter century ago, right looks radio mates today. consider perplexity mclntyre, skipper henry's show boat. examining pure evidence experiment photographic form, blinked eyes man does seriously doubts vision. what jolly actually saw, photograph himself, ni today, facing ,the 1910. character actor "8uobs." ran six phenomenal encasement those days. even then weighing about chorus sings friday oberlln community sixty voices, men women, successors dougles negro singers, giving concert warner hall, oberlin, evening 17. eight-thirty o'clock, admission, fifty cents reserved ssec. tion. price twenty-five being students, high college. main feature groups spirituals, sung chorus. first group includes "i'm gwine jine de great "sociatlon", "walking light", "go tell mountains", a-rolllng." second contains "eze-kiel saw wheel," "climbing jacob's ladder." chorus' singing four selections. oberlin conservatory music assisting artists. theodore mayo, organist, miss jean coston, pianist. josephine muse d. c, .the commity under f. muse, third-year student concer-vatory, had considerable choral conducting, herself possessor unusual soprano voice. group, meets twice week rehearsal, already afternoon concert, devoted spirituals greatly enjoyed heard it. defraying expenses undertaking, proceeds go towards recreation center negroes stiwald heads scout mayor civic boy movement organization headquarters thursday night. wm. bodmann jr., 1st schaefer, 2nd william robertson, treasurer; don granger, secretary. another tonight (thursday) a,t trustees named. begin 7 urged attend. club holy name ciety meet paul wenzel. mother-daughter banquet st josephs hall (thursday), 17, 1935 much now, 25 years ago played almost kind theatrical production revues, dramas, musical comedies. signed make-believe vessel boat which, keeps nbc network bright song gay fun. aboard ship famous headliners lanny ross, mary lou, conrad thlbault, molasses 'n' january, helen oel-helm, maria, "tiny" ruffner, gus haen-- '-n orchestra. briefly told items viola zimmerman, assisted martin dock, entertaiined circle women's1 union st. peter's same amalla deuschle entertained three. she lucy roemer. postponed schmidt, redman assisting. battenhouse vincent bailey hostesses ladies' aid society congregational wednesday afternoon. latin classes hold '28th. togas luncheon served old roman style. past forever gone, future own" motto ad opted year's senior class school. colors white. david k. wilson mis. o'niel attended convention cleveland diocesan council catholic week. went delegates joseph's church. kovach hostess ann's three j. smythe. fish disappear knights party pounds swallowed up! that's sensational way saying lodge pythias fry regular cards dar basball. boxing or joseph s latter month, plans lng expected attract crowd. mother daughter insteaq year, mother-dau ghter evangelical (thursday). affair sponsored philathea class. social hour arranged. anyone extra bed? here's someone good act. family people. mother, children. only bed must together. poor health some her weight gradually dwindled down 00 pounds. nee! better rest than lively children kicking long. mattress available, sadly needed condition impor tant strong enough up. god-send mother. doubt attic bed, longer service service. while standing taking space collecting dust, suffering lack put home, change agony caused feet mother's side, comfort sickly could donate worthy cause? telephone 5403 arrangements made. masons "county nite" night, 17th, 7:30 m., lorain 552, f&a act host nine masonic lodges county bo events, "lorain night". downtown temple located fourth avashington ave. worshipful masters following confer master mason's degree candidate. l. reynolds, king solomon's 56 elyria. n. gibbons, wellington 127, wellington. klmpton, 380, hopkins, lagrange 399, lagrange. kinloch, stonington 503, v. lynch. lodge, lorain. s. jenkins, sheffield c28, geitgey, harmon gg3, wood, charleston 702, junior wardens represent exemplification degree. grand ohio, carl ellenwood, visited 552 february "marine night" observed, occasion, lecturers lcth 22 districts visitors." send fourteen fire department signified intention northwestern fireman's berea june 19. disclosed of" firemen tuesday evening. appointed stiwald, edwards gordon. parado uniform day. free started toll bermingham ,to amhojrsjt 'began residents call direct without additional charges. should boom use reason birmingham trading here. , sandstone wesbecher chosen elections featured monthly group. wenzel elchen gave brief talk thanked outgoing officers, terms, splendid work. gammons roth association decided con tinue serve hot lunches remainder year. extend thanks chuha cent card home. ar rangements nual alumni tentative date ibeing 10. choir sang hymns abraham received prize faithfulness coming practice services. install aux. parker post, auxllary lee menz, cook, president. conducted edward moeblus. noon-day luncheons thomas bruce chairman today's luncheon, charles kendeigh sold sale discussed. moebius committee, hale bechtel albert towne. treats soldiers dayton hospital, member asked gift. report sixth conference elyria read. citations having gain ship. membership 31, increased 72. sick consisting hugh thompkins, ella kreig hour. "mother macree" anna koepke, accompan led huet, "a solo", clayton springer charlotte zilch, koepke piano. served. be: schmauch, emma cahl, strauss, mcgowan lena schibly. featured, honors gold star mothers. inspection & attracted cleveland, lorain, wellington, sullivan, vermilion assemblage aggrigated 125. calhoun. lecturer ! 22nd district, specting commended officer connection third meeting, lunch wnsend townsend attention town-send 19th, vermillion. speakers toledo address meeting. hollingworth entertain 'the woman's ass'n tomorrow (friday) evening, speech presents "mrs. wiggs cabbago patch' comedy, presented nexs nights, 21 22. school, direction rice. cast characters 28 players role wlggs grace maxwell. wiggs1 cheerful, patient woman bearing burdens everyone, always ready help. solicitous attitude leads humor ous situations, occasional serious thought thrown break monotony. elaborate complicated staging play, alone add interest play. mrs'. wiggs, maxwell; lovey mary. donna pumphrey; lucy, evelyn webster; mrs.ei- chorn. annie hoyber; schultz hergst; asia, marjorle hearn; hazy, olive guild; australia, lawrence; europena, bonnie hull; cuby, horse; stubblns, geoffrey monger; air. elton becker; bob, leo giblin; eric nord jim ehrman; shrls lester grobe; hunker dunkus jones, and; karl sabiers; deputy sheriff, mcgarvey alex bur nett; deacon bagby, harry powers; schultz, erik penton; eichorn, ben schaeffer. eight announced later. award pupils, parochial awarded certlficates.and jner dais am-eiican legion, ruth fleckiner agnes schmltz zink. pupils grades basis honor, courage, scholarship, leader-ship schroed-er, commander post. short presentation. opened powers, introduced commander. fr. james elschen offered prayer. . prosecutar howard butler speaker, complimented attainments value charocteristics quarters tenney approximately 30 atten-dance attendance heartening interested movement, indicating hklihood enthusiastic troop. master, sharp assistant earl helser. gelwlch, evecutive, meet. th 7:30. amherst's receive certificates known chapel (friday). annually schools united' states. based scholor-ship, service, leader-ship. selections faculty pupil certificate
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1935-05-17|
|Date of Original||1935-05-17|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1935-05-17 17 24|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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