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the amherst news-times volume xviii, number 43 friday, october 23, 1936 sandstone center of world our washington! news letter i washington, oct. 22 though denied right voting because a legal residence in district ot columbia, government employees are almost as jittery their masters when day hustings approaches. those who retain place elsewhere planning trips home or to local offices where mail ballots garnered for shipment homo precincts. major questions policy put aside with la conic excuse "to await elec tions." repetition these discreet steps avoidance is reflected minor matters so that vast army seethes speculation nation prepares pick pilot another four years. offhand it would seems nominal protection - civil service classiscatlons less en apprehension engendered by foul political weather. but federal has always been honeycombed pets depended on influence rather than merit standing payroll. playing politics get berths government, know full well elections will have much do future. if landon takes over helm, wholesale exodus democrats from all key positions be inexitable. and return skipper roosevelt spell changes he must necessarily reward his field workers bigger patronage dividends pos slbility which foreshadows shake-ups. hence, passionate interest heats' extravagances campaign. re suit public affairs at stand-still next two weeks. probing beyond clamour partisans, you discover situ ation develops only eve closely contested election. politicians step down high seats assume subservient roll constituents. usually, shoe other foot, voter holds whip hand until counted. this season voters guessing pleading. sir oracle many followers both camps free prophecies. what happen november 3 still mystery experienced calculators. brag loudest not averse privately recommending an ex tra measure diligence ering votes. edmund burke, defender american colonies english parliament stormy pre-revolutlonary times, once defined "politicl reason" "a computing principle adding, subtracting multiplying dividing" partisan big-wigs doing headquarters today. were 'the bottom delay making official catalogue under social security act. originally, round-up was set august industries plenty time cooperate. delays followed enrollment stalled month after practical purposes, felt summer registration more satisfactory there sufficient scientifically unscramble tremendous vol ume information gathered several million cards. old age section act becomes effective january 1. behind postponement quibbling effects. ar gued, some cogency, require employ ment thousands thereby open gates every congressional district. politic ally-minded men contended registering 27 women bound stir up anta conlsms about prying into private affairs, average worker knows little nothing new law. bosses face resentment explain election, they think swers. show school ronignt anu tomorrow nignt , people opportunity see themlyes moving pictures. being sponsored athletic club, direction miss dorothy metcalf. last week wednesday thursday pictures taken business section, fire department, schools, alumni football game, interesting places events town. shown tonight tomorrow. addition film include amateur a:ts staged talent. afternoon 3:30 special showing held benefit children. club members pressed considerable enthusiasm show. "people never had how cameraman around chance find out," said. main shows given auditorium. tickets bough advance 25 cents adults, 10 door cost 35 adults 15 faster toll calls new, speedijer long distance telephone instituted night tho exchange "cut in" first group fast, auto, matic boards lorain. present applies calls, soon used originating amherst. dialing method user immediately connected lorain equipped style method. operator told wanted she presses button gives automatic connection operators city called. system fully sixty per cent system, according company officials. additional facilities installed office extended night. police likewise handled directly lo rain. calling either department dial 441 present. answer alarm signals rung scavenger hunt party girls hallowe'en mary lou renner, north street friday evening beginning 7:30. attend asked wear masks honor occasion. feature even ing divided groups, each list articles somewhere town certain time. ob tains designated win prize. conests games bo played, including game entitled "murder", fitted type. late 1" dancing, luncheon served renner girla helped plan party. france's devil island prison, abandoned decree movies plans begun armistice program regular meeting elmer johnson post no. 118 legion, accepted invitation rev. hayes, pastor evangelical church, servicer 8. committee also appointed make yearly schools legion. commit tee clyde donnelly, robert biumfield, conrad mulder. made hold card party, auxiliary, sometime before 26. member ship drive discussed. itev. a. hunter, ashtabula, speak er banquet st. joseph's hall past commanders presidents auxiliary. during banquet, musical featured charge jones pupils played selections. beverly bruce favored violin solo; sam truscello, clarinet ralph holzhauer, pumphrey dick ashenbach, trumpet trio. musicians accompanied jones. garden meet postponed monday coming monday, time, so- cial council chamber town-hall. consist role call "varied shrubs vines"; discussion along nature's trail"; leaf naming contest. observed. urged methodist s. evening, sun meth odist church church. invited enjoy fun. sermon sunday "baptism fire", third series consecration sermons. experiences mrs. f. r. powerb following stories, pre senting human side early days history staunch purposeful women, "amherst's story" g. armstrong. press march 18, 1876 carried story ezeklal barnes. since mr. barnes come father berkshire county, massachusetts year 1817, no doubt inter esting item written reporter settler's account happenings pioneering days. note said bit skeptical deer young killed year. food, good. oth erwise maiden fair tbe pertly wielded flint lock rifle, wouldn't applauded prowess all. tale: brought him regarded priceless value. he, like nimrod became mighty hunter. schoolfarkin' board, says oi parking curs property rests entirely board education intention interfere, tuesday wragg art bauer sent straighten out situation school. council, however, permit any franklin between south taking action mayor thought protect children possible injury. ordinance passed clarify situation. same bar teachers bus drivers going closed clos es hours public, excepting own facing street. walter kreeger brucker appeared ask intended take secure sidewalk jefferson front ehlert. "we're asking anything isn't fair. we've waited five years, we ought sidewalk," council. decided ehlert future settle dispite. senior class attended meeting. joining jj vents 22-23 "see yourself movies," tureen dinner observance 62 anniversary 26 29 masquerade dance auxiliary sandusky. store park ave. joe menz ed berger rented vacant 170 opened plumbing, heating tin shop. plumbing tinning sixteen hardware clerk half abundant. wild turkeys, ducks, could seen slaughtered hundreds annually. years furnished largo portion animal food eaten settlers. venison turkey common beet pork day. disciplined shoot rest, stood poor escape drew bead him. short gave writer sketch hunting excursions success met hunting. stated day's sunday, deer, eight nine. successful, eighty-five. one hundred twenty deer. relates incident occurring excursions. having left afternoon, wandering quest overtook while house. concluded camp ont ghosts rule bally largest democratic rally amherst, prior odd fellows temple 28. auspices am herst women's co-operation clubs. harry wolf, president preside. speaker margaret all- man, state welfare director, woman ever office. behalf governor davey, stating her views pension, davey interested. congressman dow w. harter point legislation voted entitles term. recognize appointments, them hero cal men. candidates county interested cordially invited. nual event sinc organized six ago. forty-one reservations federation women. semi annual birthday ladies' aid society paul's lutheran cburch parlors, c. bosse hostess. meeting, wero semi-annual 29. planned 27, also. spoke, topic "immigrant mission york city." later refreshments members. beauty salon 28 drill team -card edwards' salon. bridge, 500, bunco featured. settlers recalled done. gathering together good supply dry fuel, kindling fire, sat log night's rest. heard cry voice, believed. again then again. voice sounded woman, go search her, naturally believing someone lost woods. large bundle hickory bark torch, started intervals continued heard. wandered fallen trees tangled brushwood, mile more, ho sitting horseback, utterly lout thinks gladder saw conscious guide destination. porter grandmother samuel porter. husband sick she, needing help, morning jacob shupo's tor daughters. porter's house elyrla, hut between, blind trail, means mrs, goblins hear ye king goblins, witches, spooks sorts outlandish figures disguises issued thursday, 29, 1936, shall apart sole permitted parade through streets unmolested. horns, whistles freakish noise devices permitted, wise fun crosses border respect people's causes damage. crowd witnessed town, styles materials millinery, coats, dresses, sport wear, cobb's apparel shop week. janet smith ora mae schaef-fer modeled girls' styles; kay braun, evelyn webster, dot fuhrman, stark, florence moinett, eleanor menz, erma mathes, alice becker modeld misses' wilker powers, ladles' styles. three models oberlin included revue. misses betty rogers, jean kelly edna mason. lois good-enough, college, described modeled. revue entertainment store. schaet- fer tap carter; donna sang popular selections; bill davis, oberlin, danced; ruth ehrraan xylophone solos; ike eddy vocal se lections. 33 initiated eagles meet. tenth aeries afternoon. order. chairman, presik, charles sack, commander, speech; gerald nau, commander addressed group. william presented badge securing within month. change by-laws, further barnes, acquainted shupe's gallantly offered ser vices thither. thankfully accepted. arriv house, horse fed, supper prepared por ter. refreshed daughters accompany elyria. whither arrived dawn saying lived happened." reminiscences re- lated j. potter par ty isaac fiftieth birthday, 1876. " homes simple primitive appurtenances, sports recreations its huea crackling hickory, comfortable cheer. ful winter evenings, congregated pass few sports, man's buff, puss corner, buzzard, chief delight. latter conventionalities shock refined sensibilities modern youth proclamation sued. let read abide. it's hal lowe'en celebration men's association, worries cares cast winds, dignity them, grown min gle kiddies ad become kiddles themselves couple hours. begins 7:30 parade. everybody part bars, restrictions, just your conscience guide. funnier are, better. there'll classes cash prizes class. most comical dressed couple; second, man; third, woman; fourth, child. $3.00 first, ?2.00 second $1.00 third. features introduced best three-person band, consisting people, men, mixed, attention watchers. limits restrictions here either, kind instrument, mean anything, stretch imagination far like. prize ?6.00, ?4.50, ?3.00. man band. restriction band pieces, there's limit selection can used, such "instruments" necessary enter ?5.00 event. bands, line 9 o'clock. three-piece bands. lino st judges determine winners. judging even; completed one-man bands used. folks. test you. spirit occasion, use make-up, help won contest attendance record total 95 weeks ago, reach-pd due soveral turned sunday. home-coming services, ninety-ninth anniversary. worship begin 10:30 "w. tab- bert, sandusky, former pas tor, delivering message. 2 o'clock platform conducted l. seltb, cleveland, pastor. evangelistic services message tabbert. canton-beth-eny quartet favor selections meetings evening. saturday m evangeb cnurch orchestra rehearsal churo'-7:30, choir. nobody b moretti,)j1i sire j
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1936-10-23|
|Date of Original||1936-10-23|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1936-10-23 18 43|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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