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v.- x the amherst news-times volume xviii, number 26 friday, june 26; 1936 sandstone center of world 1 w . r "v -.ik if i our washington: news letter washington, juno 25 pollti-clans are awaiting full text ol approved democratic platform before setting off campaign fireworks at blast. few majority members congress re-,malned away from philadelphia conclave. though rards have been starked for a ratlfllatlon meeting renominating president roosevelt and jdhn garner as his running mate, party boys considered it fashion to be seen gathering in company with ",big wigs." meanwhile, republicans new high command helm determined wacre an aggressive immediately. " tt .linn kaavi 4vin alldlam t)lch v uw ucvu tiuoluul au a. ivor dential years mark time during i.the summer months, but g. o. p. newcomers insist that no punches will pulled vacation armistice. annoying buzz is noted both camps folowers father coughlin dr townsend sound out minds probable formation third party. much talk nature "trial balloon" deter- mine drift public sentiment ana 10 iorce aeai wim me iwo major parties concessions discontents. scattered successes primaries candidates endorsed by militant clergyman q doctor impresses some harassed office. threat organized j labor joining rebels has inilu- enced committees drafting declaration, plank v: more specific than their rivals trade unionists side track present administration taking advantage situation. just how many votes unions, national ""unyonttor" social justice ""townsend pension camp followers! could deliver problematical. however, uncertainty worries leaders who interested ' count noses polls next november. action house rep- resentatives rejecting conference report on bills regulate lobbying interpreted ways. explanations seek idea all persons legislative matters capital combined whip into line. poius cant bewail what they conceive triumph powerful hidden forces lobby-dom over virtue good intentions lawmakers. whenever subject mentioned well refer your cuff notation facts which read substantia 4 ally follows: "the lobby regulation, bill passed senate without official repre- sentatives industry com merce entering protest ai na sweeping provisions. senator king, democrat, utah, annoyed contemporaries days ago when debate he stated, "there entirely too legisla-7 tiou, country would infinitely better fewer laws were enacted those received serious critical consideration." utah solon contended that, "many measures receive approval defective" charged deluge legislation disadvantage people." echoes firewoods home district naive appeal representative fred h. hildebrandt, south dakota. obviously discontented office seekers warpath supply patron-v age ran low. legislator plained congressional record, "one most perplexing proo-1 lems congressman called noon solve selection postmasters appointment." other words, political pie-k counterdeclslons provide real headache" while important policies secondary matters. selecting one three appll- cation list impressed hildebrandt something magnitude appeallngly replies disappointed voters, "ii monul ly put themselves man's position less crl tical." observed said "mentally" not politically. attend this week twelve lorain county, attending state citizenship columbus, being sponsored american legion, left saturday ten day stay. thomas bruce walter kreick, accompanied boys. there amherst, two clearvlew hiose robert cromwell, john bor-man, ervin ehlert, clarence kreuck, amherst. business men's association, elmer johnson post no. 118, aerie eagles, club, sponsoring group. taught fundamental principals government, also take part themselves, conducting government. session held days. dies funeral services mrs. ellen berteu, 64, resident lorain, died coburn rest afternoon (thursday), 20th st. methodist episcopal church, reverand w. r. bryenton, offlciat- inn ilia oorrtpfl. berten 3 m. monday after lengthy illness. she survived hy brothers george miller, avon, henry sister, philip bachman, brownhelm. burial charge baker elmwood cemetery. parsonage wedding tuesday miss dorothy paris, became bride charles byrley, local wednesday evening, 8 o'clock. b. ryan, officiated single ring ceremony. mr. mckinley bran-seum, attendants latter sister groom. bride's father, .paris, was only witness service. couple make sponsor topic night featured meet ing concordia paul's lutheran chuch parlors. absence bosse, edwin segert, led dis cussion. final plans made hold weiner roast 29. junior league roast, bo nakomls park vermilion. started ice cream sometime july, church lawn. following meeting, games refreshments served guests, segert. today margaret eastman, 81, harris street, 7:30 thursday (today) home. service body b.e shipped nashua, iowa, burial. eastmen 111 health several 12:30 tuesday. born western ohio, past 14 member congregational ladles aid society church. fountain beautifies exposition world's fair front. picture spots $25,000,000 texas centennial opened dallas 6, changing-color pool building, reflects beautiful mural door. picnic month committee sam wragg, d. fleckner, roy stevens, appointed knights py-thians, arrangements month. flans door life 13th july. night, rank knight, candidate. eighteen night. 18, six lodge, attended cleveland, pythian castle 55th street. page exemplified sixty candidates, supreme lodge officers. later listened talks officers grand chancellor jenkins, ohio. original bible used rathborne, order instituted february 1864, cleveland. abraham lincoln first candidate lodge. egeland, proprietor ot egeland wallpaper paint store, mandal, norway, september 26, 1892. family five children, having sisters norway. school teacher, manages household there. "my t. spent country, helped build brooklyn bridge." parents now deceased. child grammar done commercial fishing sailing years. ocean, where caught lobster cod fish. april, 19'09, 16 years, united states. arriving here, located seasons lakes, fireman oiler u. s. "at time, youngest line, yet 17." except winter, farm hand, rice quarry road, sessions c. pastor chester stricher, delegate fort wayne, indiana, central convention or missouri synod, churches. be-' 22 26. bosse daughter, them visit former's city. club monthly evening. reunion sunday mrsrcfeorge llphardl, carl springer daughters, janet elaine, 36th annual glider family, louis bristle, hazel green, wakeman. about live present, oberlin, lakewood, clarksfleld, belleue, kent, collins, wadsworth, dr. humphrey attends ass'n. i. humphrey, chlropac-tor, north ohio chlropactor's mansfield last introducing- man prefers cottage states, man-sion any country. 1910 until 1917 gen-eral decorating business, 1917, came to. home, lived here since time. shortly coming entered employment thompson company, employed 12 1929, contracting himself remained 1935, paper smaller scale, conducts kind you'll find motto store is, "a tiling beauty joy" forover." force seven men working him girl. between native land here. .he said, "no can compare come living possible because people try boost along good. childrens' program sun. morning children's roverand ryan services. masons stars, am- hersl vermilion, worship morning. rever-' delivered john's service, large audience. sang, "open gates temple." guest speaker vesper servtces evangelical "have thine own way," attendsd ministers, nor-walk district, linwood groves monday. degree bachelor oi arts reinhardt, son brownhelm, graduated hillsdale college, hillsdale, michigan, arts, monday, 15, 1936. largest class ever graduate college. preceding commencement undergraduate day, featuring moving upday exercises chapel, awarding prizes, certificates athletic awards. then saturday, alumni reunions lunches dinners, baseball game play "much ado nothing," william shakespeare. sunday, seniors, senior breakfast, seniors guests mrs, wlllfred mauck. 5 o'clock, mauck women commissioners, tea, hall. 86th 9:30. ladies met aid, yesterday, regular meeting. n. f. foster, sausman, hostesses. rev. williams, notified illness mother, scran-ton pennsylvania. rather mansion there." .mr. sings choir, vice presi dent layment norwalk district. organizations belongs pythias, master painters decorators international society. considerable travelling canadian, northern states great principal cities provinces, catskill, adirondacks mountains. foot hills canadian rockies, hi3 ambition cross them, rockle3 west coast. asked hobby was, replied, "i enjoy above all, although reading travelling." married 23 old, work him. students do college letter, office, bpeaks enrolled bluftton 1, editor news-times, dear editor: bluffton bureau year my opportunity know students' records bluffton. wish tell you citizens teachers may feel mighty proud "boys girls" bluff ton. credit due especially powers superintendent. each student presently contribution curricular extra-curricular activities proudly say gets pick graduating classes. half either valedictor ians, salutatorlans leading schol ars. works these stu dents stand monument lasting memory leaving contribution. surely scholastic one. students, town rightfully amherst's higher education behind re cords highest kind. very truly yours, j. ignat. plan july twenty auxiliary jiimer tlie pic nic, together bechstelns grove, decided through months august. cards enjoyed, lunch committee, consisting michael, arthur ilamel, edward moeblus. second committee; mcs. wllker, hugh thompfiins, hamel. organize neav recent hall, davey organized, officials chosen, tolhurst, ben harris, leib, smythe, schaeffer, nelson plppert, ladrach, speakers durlnc schaeffer act ed temporary chairman, sec retary. elected president, lillian stlwald; lucy roemer, eva miller; fourth clinton kilmer; secretary, miller;; assistant smith, treasurer, lieb. meets schriner hostess executive 7, nomination election announcement cleveland hotel 15-19. ten. 18 bonds certilied hundred veterans bonus bonds, certified. value so far certified average $25,900. thirds checks veterans. haven't yet. employees evenings accomodate veterans, closing hour 6 o'clock now. government pay per cent interest nually, perhaps reas why 'the hav en't bonds. canning expert elyria helen zoller, specialist, conduct her demonstrations y. a., elyria, tuesday, 14, 1:30 3:30. sfio assigned county university extension department, brought thru agriculture exten-lion request council. deal corn, string beans, truck garden vegetables. zoller miami university, oxford there, rural city schools, conducted war sugar substitutes required under food limitations. team fails show up eagles again attempt open season afternoon, verhoveys street field. undefeated season, straight victories. fans players in, dunlap, balaric, vegg, costei-lo. won forfeit, failed appearance. right field, test directed wrong town. tickets purchased week's game, sunday's game. greatly improved week, obtained dick baetz base. oberlin hitting spring, 432. sure favorites win, strong enough prlng upset win sunday. returns misses holllngsworth aud herbst, e. schmidt, peter's reformed returned churches columbus. went delegute bchool, herbst the, oc league.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1936-06-26|
|Date of Original||1936-06-26|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1936-06-26 18 26|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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