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7s news-times wi dox)ur paw volume xvi, -number 12 thursday, february 15, 1934 the sandstone center of world a, amherst i -m-jl jil til. he. if so it seems by alfred biflga new york:- president franklin d. roosevelt is .holding down one biggest jobs in -the world; therefore he one.ofvthe world's greatest men. without taking from, him .iota credit which justly ulue .to cannothelp wondering how far would get die wece .not free personal economic anxiety. safe to assume that mr. were contin'ually ' worried 'labout getting togtjthcr money for next .month's house rent, or haunted fear as what wauld become mrs. roose.ve.lt ihe run a truck, soon be much less than .men ; his worth nation .practically nil. fhls great land many thousands ot ipotential roosevelts are there vwhose possible usefulness utterly destroyed vicious hand an .system favors few and enslaves many? ir.ue words poet: 'tkull flower born btush unseen, waste i'ts sweetness on 'the desert air." not any way connected with roosevelt, who .generous kindly man, realizes thai worldly success rarely assocl-a.tod humanitarian stincts. writer recalls trifling incident illustrates point. during spell below-zero weather northwest observed very successful business millionaire, traveling secretary. big shot was supremely comfortable beautiful expensive seal-lined overcoat; man wad 'ifihivering ordinary winter overcoat. rich tot tally obvious discomfort secretary; took .matter course. had nature permitted indulge luxury sharing, never have millionaire. french, nation, lon,g-suffering we are. because they didn't like their government, nor unemployment, salary cuts consequent high cost living, raised cain .last week jn streets paris. advantage "free-for-all" communists? royalists joined melee. morgue full oi dead hospitals arc packed wounded. insisted upon favorite, caslon dou-mergue, forming government. until arrived at french white take charge did rioting cease. shudders think woul-i happen france bunch fanatics' succeeded writing prohibition act into law land. its length life nearer fifteen minutes .than years. all .great military nations world, including these united states, loudly protesting desire peace. nevertheless, behind scenes, actively preparing war. japan recruiting army impoverished farmers work munition plants. russia .wiling up guns, tanks bombing planes siberian frontier. passed bill assuring us peace time navy our history. hitler openly planning capture austria while britian busy long-distance plans insure supremacy force arms. beyond question meanest most savage nnimal face earth riian. yet, paradoxically, capable such heights .be near angels. when commercial rivalry, inevitable outcome profit system, has annihilated itself, the- better side human will chance blossom forth before. needed invention: small para-chute to. use out rumble' seats. settled no can know" -when betting bottom dollop. p.ti. observes founders' day south group program here monday p. t. a. founders meeting last night. chnrge ! e. 'jt. a., .mrs. emil ruth presiding, principal fea- ture. (qponed nvith community sing, led james nichol directing. margaret bice, vice president, presided. cantata, "the message eternal," -was presented "south .amherst 'choral cliib, john thompson read na per ion "founders "day." ului-log, cheerful caller," ithe closing number anna hcryber helen herbst. dr. h. r, o'brien, county health director, spoke tuberculosis communicable dis-ease. told herw ito detect presence, explained skin 'test, treat it. .at ifhe close 'meeting audiance served refresh-.ments domestic science room, under direction ways means publicity .committees. local woman song publisher .second been published, gifted musically, well known .new .recognition .given pansy horn harris this her second -song, "eyes blue," published western music co. chicago. written accepted pu'blisned. first song, "evening then dawning," about two years ago. musical talent. she organist congregational church past 25 also plays piano well, alto singer some n te. harris' abilities inherited. father, l. horn, accomplished violinist v. ell player bass viol rnd cornet. mother singer. five other children ,born same couple musicians. miss lucy emma hunter, both amherst, soprano singers pianists; kate merthe, elyria, played piano, violin, singer; mrs daisy rawson, los angeles, cornet sings' contralto, 'brother, frank, lake-wood, traps drums. appearance before thrt public age four elyria speaker c. shlvely, school, senior junior teacher's library school monday. schively "marks educated man." misses rice, dorethea zilch norwood hearn arrangements. bank reopening park way, although announcement could bo secured bank. according information follow lines sim-ular those announced savings trust. week. ior cal havo month, includes organization mortage loan company. just humans "1 ain't mindin' nothin', i'm you wimmin' y'desertin' game!" hardwares beat fremont bakers defeated strong tony's fremont, 45 41 night floor. feat "dumps" dunlap lorain pennzoils jack .barlaric ebinger giants. registered ten successive points after entrance game quarter. gathered field goals fouls scoring honors 22 points. barlaric double deckers besides playing marvelous floor game. total 59 called making good 31 17 ofr28. son honored party sunday frank towne en-itertained young people aft ernoon honor son, calvin's 14th ibirthday anniversary. affair surprise calvin received pleasing gifts from friends. games contests dancing amusements afternoon o'clock luncheon included birthday cake decorated green yellow required candles. candy hearts. guests, donald maze, donola brill, janice bruce, beverly weiland, lucilo krieg, robert alma masters, juanita stark, luara bella bahl, glenn sluinska, gerald vankeuren, william kunsman george towne. valentine intermediate league st. peter's evangelical held valentine's churcli parlors tuesday evening. regular monthly group. going forward - page 3 presents prominent concerns "going movement." among represented merchants interested immediate you. interest mutual one. firms progressive enterprising, worthy patronage. join movement forward" but nevertheless merit confidence support. helped help themselves. foi themselves costs little effort money; reality saves money. ourselves spend home. dollar spent does more duty away home being thrown back door concerned. simple thing try proud places express pride buying "new deaf' the, put circulation. . go alongl only whose annuoncements appear 3, along firms. amherst. gene carr northeim's funeraljervices death occured visiting daughter y e s t r day, crowded mffny relatives friends attending funeral services eliza northeim. daughter, dora schmauch lorain. short private rites carl northeim, teuney, ave., preceeded services. officiating rev. m. rickel. harold moore j. n. holzhauer sang selections were, "good-by morning there," old rugged cross." conrad burial, place brownhelm cemetery. grandsons deceased acted pallbearers earl, ben, harry, leonard, myron, russell attended town cecil winson, pres-cott, lester lauks, cleveland, ed. manns, gorman, berlinheights, charles schultz, grafton, adam geist, muth, vermilion, numerous lorain, brownhelm, oberlin henrietta. masons washington stars celebrate washington's anniversary thursday evening dinner tho congre gational beginning 6:30, entertainment follow. wives husbands members lodge3 invited attend. w.j. shawk series evangelistic conducted pendence, ohio, topics w. shawk, inde-taken general topic "sayings christ." tonight. (thursday) speak on, "who touched mo," theme luke 8:46. tomorrow (friday) taken 21:15 entitled, "loveth thou me." 81 year quilt exhib1twednes. feature seventy-five 'people silver tea exhibit given circle three ladies' aid flrst wednesday afternoon. oldest belonged quilts display 5 0 75 old. drama class gave sketch, "when greek meets greek." players were: annia hay.ber, jennie frederick grove. consisted trumpet solo grove accompanied geo. garthe, reading, "sally ann's experience," zilch, pianologue garthe. following entertainment. ludwig chairman. legion auxiliary "kid party" elmer johnson post american enjoyed kid lollipops "kid" hale bechtel, minder, ryan, fred ken-deigh. refreshments table (ippoint-ments keeping season hostesses, mathes, r. menz raesler. weeks "backward wilker, albert lons-brough hostesses. athletic club dance saturday saturday, 17, give another eaglev hall. combination marks fourth n.-niversary club. previously discontinue dances due requests decided continue. furnished tin-rythm boys elyria. parish social pre-lenten event joseph's hall final lent largo crowd present. twenty tables play cards ward baker winners bridge; harry hoy hundred; phillip braun bodmann, sixty-six. later diversion served. talk inflation deflation wo don't know whether we're -up balloon coming "in parachute. b.b. carnival 0n friday comets should draw (by hugh mcgarvey) basketbad scheduled f'riday end. current gym. gold clash london wildcats tha main locals barely eked 27 victory several shots haas minute left pulled fire. everyone ssaw tliat tell thrills seen year. headline preliminary reserves featured other. clinched north eastern ohio night, begins tournament clearview seeded no. 1 " team. bad features. may cause over confidence. having team action against vermilion respect opponent. pupils entertain joseph la. third grades stage parent-teach- er association entertained tuesday. directed sister ter-eseda, follows: "welcome son," children, pianist, jessie brennen; "america," june ruth; recitations, "my birthday." iole "valentine day," walter gambish. dialogue, "lincoln's mother," lodge; fla& drill boys; solo, roth;, "if lincoln boy,." .six bciys flag" girls four; "star spangled banner" assembly. speakers conway, "boyhood boys," paddock, nurse, physician showed slides infection, development treatment tuberculosis, explaining various phases pictures shown. closed lord's prayer unison. hostesses refreshments. fr. collins collins, pastor immaculate conception church, state chaplain legion, post, legion. father ardent supporter termh elected office followed -legion activities closely since organization, recognized an. authority phases. hosts for. tve jfyiday ai-f schroeder ,clydq donnelly. fooy answer question,,' "what, is. creditor,?" replied , "creditor, expects money'
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-02-15|
|Date of Original||1934-02-15|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-02-15 16 12|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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