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'a the amherst news-times volume xix number 6 i our washington! news letter washington, pobruary 3 flood ravages, which taxed re sourcos of federal govern iiient, have diverted public mind and political interest in nutonioblle workers' strike. fact that this issue is relegated to a position secondary import-once at timo probably best for all concerned, as it lessens heats controversy. legislators from many states belt are fully occupied with urgent local problems incident so they little time or inclination engage labor imbroglio. is, however, matter cannot be side-track-ed government's role has been enlarged such an extent settlement must effected early date. purse-strings now wide open relief flood-stricken areas, questions raised relative unpre-paredness along rampaging livers. there variety answers, but consplcious replies evidences petty politics. generally known patronage evil figured prominently appropriations flood-control. corps engineers army, doing yeoman work field, was, until superseded by newer alphabetical agencies, most 'effective lobby on capitol hill. their spokesmen traded legislators. back-scratching system resulted large expenditures bridges over navigable waters remote places "when funds could used advantage , deepening widening major streams tributaries. old story around here meritorious plans, if carried out, would reduced much present devastation had not bog-gered down "by when you, impartial observer, watch play forces absorbed triangular game o government employers, features current furoro automobile industry, unlikely you will impressed deportment. overnight developments fronts usually explode yesterday's claims ot factions. exercising patience-and forebearance, only before absurdities become apparent layman. just picture shows various agencies wielding big club manufacturers. persecution may do more solidify support employer's side than any one factor. established way advertise your opponent's cause persecution. tabor unions profited-enormously public's reaction method years. tables turned friends congress administration having1 impartiality questioned. ordinarily considered neutral effectiveness arbitrator lost once rating doubt. personalities factions loom conspicuously prevailing picture. standing out bold pathetic figure oc miss frances perkins, secretary labor. congressional cloakrooms perkins resented growing stature edward mcgrady, assistant secretary, president's trouble-shooter battles. claimed her interference break-up 'settlement engineered mcgrady maritime was formerly chief lobbyist american. federation labor, organization t john l. lewis his followers were expelled last fall. after kansas abandoned death penalty, legislature 1935 restored penalty murder. sixty-one semester honor roll btudents who gained recognition roll, forty-five girls. although sophomores lead students beverly bruce, senior, obtained highest a's during total six. seven able receive fli'fi 'a's straight through half year school term. margie becker, rose mlkltka, peggy wesbecher, ituth mays, susan katonak, doris miller henry edwards. ten received average four borman, janice bruce. florence raesler, ruth fleckner, dorothy flor ence behrendt, june draga, norman kreeger, herbert gammons, chester kelleher. marjorlo bechtel, carter, dora wilhelm, james dellefield, lucille krleg, celia ward, jack hazel dledrlck, norma beeslng, nettie schaeffer, david schmidkons, elsie kovach, esther springer, crete young fourteen three semester. william ilaab, ralph holz-hauor, margaret st. george, bet ty gawn, douglas harris, mary izold, clarence gerber elizabeth kruppa two a's. greatest a. waker, martha holstein. alice penton, dick ott, lois ehlert, violet jones, albrecht, k;rieg, -michael, don maze, mcdermott, betty baus, smith, joseph whiton, trln triirrnlln schwitzke, agnecwi-vefimyjllcelly, jose phine dybinski, einert, edna mae lehman. co. dem. women meet feb. 17 winter meeting lor ain county democratic held joseph's hall, election yearly officers main feature. circle ann'n society servo tea. recently announced mrs. harry wolf, president ob women's dollars donated sufferers, also fund infantile paralysis. next group home wu-mah egeland, henry, earl bliss, cora sawyer lucy roemer hostesses. wm. huttonlocher teach class german free classes, both adults children given every week wednesdays fridays nine o'clock high school. taught huttenlocher, native wittenberg, germany. graduated 1929, oberlin college. he well-knewn amehrst people. arrangements course language made village board cf education. second book review fri., 19 series reviews helen berthoff "st. joan arc," friday, february 12. these being sponsored jointly anterst study sorosis room 213, following tho afteroon session everyone welcome attend th9 reviews, other friday. approximately fifty ladles attended friday onj "gone wind." merchants week, advertisements news-times, broadcasting general invitation people surrounding communities come trade. wants trading center brownhelm, south amherst, birmingham, henrietta alfthe area. bring reality dream beginning tell theix reasons why should trade.jffrfee'is merchandise . almost line represented stores town. hardware, food, drugs, clothing, furniture, house furnishings, electrical appliances, well services physicians, dentists, garages, service stations, professional offered. something wanted, immediately available, rest assured some merchant bend effort secure you. don't see what want, ask it. shop amherst. everything town can convenience done. sidelights council tom jackson st., asked tuesday night provide manner getting residence car. temporarily closed because paving. clerk instructed write new york central railroad about water dripping onto walks causing ice form cold weather. petition accepting .t'pe.-jiavejmrntl -hy residents xil, east received, called forest washington tonight (thursday) pavements o"f those streets discussed members council. mayor reported part operator lorain turning po- past chiefs pythian sisters, w. g. schaeffer monday evening, tour welcomed into group. ehrman, j. b. avery, elinor ed moe-bius. ' brief business session, conducted conrad mulder, social evening playing cards spent. ella' jaeger score award, george second, catherine carmeron, consolation. f. mischka hostess cleveland avenue march meeting. aid r. powers 1872, warm sunny day, somewhat middle month may, mr. n. foster entertained ladies north amhorst congregational church ridge road. "haven't got date wrong, since taken calling amherst?" sound voice, my head cousin pearl's eyes glued paper upon writing. "why no, pearl," said i, clothing each word air studied patience might better hide aggravation felt finding peering shoulder. always provokes me someone reads "i'm writing happened sixty years ago." "aren't enough societies 5, 1937 invitati broadcast lice fire calls slow. patrolman eajcjwmavb recent call mays find how locate police instead switching red signal lights. passed ordinances' providing penalties anyone a" false alarm destroying property. grandchildren honored birthdays... relatives louise kneisel gathered formers birthday anniversary recently. guests portman, 18, lowell kneisel, 2 lawrence 15. n beautiful cake centered table lunch served, lovely gifts present. d. scotland tosponsor card party tues. bridge, pinochle bunco bo played jessamine lodge, daughters i. o. f'. hall tuesday, 9, antipipated. affair regular lodge members. committee include kathryn robertson, chairman, jean balr, daughter, janet, mclntyre, nellio brennen, ellis. invited attend, served ringing 1872?" she asked. news, pearl." said, bearing pencil hard point snapped off, littlo story. told himself. i'll wager he's person remembers ago, 'all details. folks going enjoy hearing it, that, black whito we'll preserving future generations read." "ummm-hmmm," answered pearl, shuffling literary accumulations tablo bringing forth latest movie magazine. sighed pearl retired. sbo ruined train thought, begin again. tho, 1870 noah frank began meetings man killed n.y. c. sun: warren wright, newest amherst's men, laid final wednesday morning sorvices mary's church, elyiiu. camo suddenly 1:30 car struck fast ridgo ciossing. wright store sunday afternoon ho. basketball here, went trom game. long remained learned evidently bis brother's elyria, whom lived, death. associated nell cobb ownership cobb's ladies' apparel storo opened september. shortly opening became member men's association where took lively civic affairs appointed association's advertising committee, outhousiastic plan promoting interests town, lie except confined hospital stomach disorders. yellow dog club, men largo mixed mem bers liked genial" personality:- funeral coffin banked floral tributes friends. pall bearers c 1 e u flynn, arthur mc-gee, harland knechtges, gerald o'connor o'connor. honorary am herst association, dr. president; bodmaun jr., vice walter schulz, secretary. pallbearers associates, e. sable, parker fred comings. survived children, charles benton wiedlor, philadelphia, brother, sister, m. finnegan. department sponsor dance attendance expected firemen's ball 5 eagles hall. freddie fay's orchestra furnish niubic dancing. firo department. church. among choir ruoben wolcott's talented sweet-voiced lady. (you put together, you'll right, allow say, hero now, means regularly grand thing.) wolcott foster. together couple 'regularly 'before married. morning, few months tholr marriage bustled up, customary friendly greeting fosters 'with them week. answer depended share. so, announcement sandstone world silver celebrated couples sat. georgo ink, former moved twenty- first street m spring, twenty-llfth wedding nicholas smith woro double ceremony quarter a' centruy them. saturday observed eight mass rev. rohner olliciat- ing. similar gowns worn brides, aso wore corsages sweetpeas replicas twenty-live ago. services, breakfasts homes, then lelt gether trip honeymoon. zink parents five edward, student brunnerdale seminary canton bernard, texas motors parade progress unable celebration. employed ship building company lorain. parking space prov'd employees park cars nights. request create customers stores. addition added spaces vacant lot tenney back wesbecher ; .haiware store, behind oil offered window lighting personal salesmanship voted sneaker nabakowski j750.96 cash cross drive, $16g.gg ?g5.00 collected sum $40 forty benefit hooded area, sent direct cities. donations contributed teachers cross, workers. 18g9 wyoming territory sit juries. surrendered right eighties, days ago proparod cheyenne return privilege. 1872 come. telling story, me, "we very furniture time. market wagon things mother left house." day dawned promise fair weather meant whole out-of-doors entertain guests. while worked kitchen making biscuits boiling h&ms, them, weighing pounds apiece, brought sheep-shearing benches, between ant; feet long, placed wooden horses under trees yard. nicely tables. continuing labors blocks wood set down, continued page amateurs take p-t prog. mom "amateur night" evonlng parent teachers' meeting, groups contestants booked appear eventful night. dancers, singers, instrumental players, impersonators program. judges selected p. t. audience, prizes groups. group, grades follows: shary, piano solo "the sixth etude;" lincoln fisch, hogue, platell, clair coverdalo give impersonations; donald mackenzle, "old english song;" pauline bobblck, josephine polen, muriel two-part songs "child moon" "cloud ships;" wavrick, skater;" shirley tap acrobatic dance; coverdale, "char-lot race." amateurs, junior dept., twelve. ora stewart, taylor emma cooper, trio; evelyn thomas, "hungary;" murray, song shand robert dull, guitar duets "wabash blues' "red wings;" marjorle brill, reading "janice's true diplomacy;" elaine hainann, clarinet duet; francis "guitar serenade;" vera schubert, jack, yvonne mcqueen, mult gaylordjciijse and. tfharp, dance. third composed btudents, numbers two-piece swing band, scnuiitkons alfred baxter; nadluo aldrich sing "moonlight aiid roses;" hilda scharem, "getting feet;'' jessie biddlnger, trombone "gaitly polka;" van keuren vocal duet "put arms honey;" herbst, solo, valse;" alma masters, "in chapel moonlight;" baxter, banjo solos, "nobody's darling mine" "under eagle." all-high orchestra, dlreoted burton hoffner, several numbers. vocalist band miller, richard aschenbach, ted alexander, gerber, holzhauer, claude rahl, vanlceuren wesbecher. program, awarded. meeing precede amateur show. parents, hold fri. ways 'p. met complete plans gym 6. machine tor school, proceeds purpose. five-hundred, slxty-slx played, prize awarded lady gentleman receiving scores games. door games cards, attending near possible, blnce planning attondthe' afterwards; thing entrusted combinations men. keeping wouldn't days,
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1937-02-05|
|Date of Original||1937-02-05|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1937-02-05 19 6|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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