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the amherst news-times volume xvii, number 42 friday, september 27, 1935 sandstone center of world our washington news letter washington, sept. 25 war ov erseas is bound to bring a revival ancient game "leg-pull ing" or struggle for political fa vors from federal agencies controlling exports munitions and foodstuffs. already legislators representing important cotton wheat growing1 areas are returning prepared deal with national control board which mally organized this week. llcena es export business valuable many regions. foreign fto vor has side-traclced interest in petty domestic squabbles anticl pation demands american goods belligerent nations, state department beehive activity as question policy becomes vital sue day. with- merchant ships zones preservation neutrality like walking on eggs. treasury equally alive responsibilities babers rattle along medlterran ean largely because effect finance country's at fairs. great amounts capital have been invested eu rope protection na- tlonal rights usually presents ticklish problem. navy more than army passing situation. they must be rescue jbeleagured citizens danger police ports maintain neutrality. it small . wonder that president roosevelt's tour west lost much its apeal administration settles down grim buisness handling nation's affairs during crisis. supreme court decision, delivered solar plexus blow blue eagle outfit last may, apparently did not squelch enthusiasm nra staff prying into other peoples bus! ness. writing code histories practically completed, obvious group find some excuse draw ing taxpayers money. now whittling around authorities asking their files response request very discouraging these bureau crats majority au-j thorities no intention turn over priviate papers idle curious gov ernment clerks. leaders resent numerous "fishing ex- pidltions" seeking material new legisla tion. likowise, nra's statistical study selected basic industries succeeding industry frankly suspicious us information may put next session congress. determined re-enact form discarded structure. end, house committee ways means instructed broad trade practices idea devising legal definition will place permanent statutes. industrial feel all talk practice agreements nothing subterfuge work out rigid program hours wages, were thrown overboard when highest tribunal turned thumbs set-up. politicians keeping ears ground detect reac-tion legion bonus issue. meeting st. louis week figure prominently discussions. one disputes fact rise plague another convention giving politically-minded something worry about forthcoming federation labor gathering. two powerful groups within a. f. l. ara demanding founding party take field against republicans dems. year. lively debate expected, but conservative element among hopeful high explosive prove dud. local catholics congress cleveland (by mary o'neill wilson) joining twenty million throughout america eucharistic members joseph's church, led by pastor, rev. father james eischen. eischen privileged part ceremonies congress, presided papal legate, his eminence patrick cardinal hayes, delegate united states, bishops cardinals parts world. cleveladers hundreds thousands, augumented visitors country monday welcome legate arrival terminal. since then happy throngs crowded public auditorium stadium beautiful meetings. welcomed governor martin davey, who foresaw result an event such religious significance, greater tolerance people; mayor davis cleveland; extended greetings roosevelt through representative postmaster general farley, benign bestowed h i s blessing overflowed immense auditorium. largest cathedral purpose con gress pay honor saviour sacrament eucharist, functions altar.. day hall cathedral, magnificent altar rected stage. lower amazing spectacle altars, each states possessions, 12s all, diosese being represented alaska philliplnes. here sacrifice mass offered times surely prayers choice blessings come civic officials spoken wednesday night, was spe cial time set aside catholic men. numbers holy name society helped crowd hour pray er 11 spectacular midnight christ's birth. women's today tjoday, day, women choir fifteen thousand whose voices rose heavenward, chanting stadium. climaxing completing demonstration beauties christian religion procession today, living bread carried thru' streets raised benediction thousands faithful pope pius xi. meetings, attended amherstites, arranged of.the eucaristic famous authors lecturers thrilled listeners words wisdom. jesuit fath mullaly, editor sacred heart messenger, magazine finds way every home these. those found impossible go close radios explanations descriptions conferences given well known announcers. here, particularly interested mission exhibits. examples church re motest corner display ed. truly thrilling vast week, rub elbows prelates princes nation. ainherst bible class met tuesday evening mr. 5irs. walter frederick, ryan says. he old-fashioned minister bells steeple methodist rang regime sunday morning. once again, space few short weeks congregation faced minister; congregation. didn't wait ask member what kind sermon preached; went myself listen it.' friendly everyone enters is, whether not, assured sincere hearty welcome. believe semi-circular arrangement pews rostrum, tends worshippers near speaker pulpit, does emphasize feeling warmth fellowship ever exslstant little somehow sight gray-haired always thing beauty me. certainty, man learned how live; peace god fellow-men. know behind him years grace; before future, concerning can no- fear. contrast hs gray hair, ryan's face young. medium height, bearing calm dignified intelligence senses dynamic vivid personality tranquil exterior. expression peaceful-ness lights countenance, you feel, looks talks earnest desire impart you, secret joy abiding peade. says minister, preaches jesus christ power save. topic was: "the marks christian," stressed three organize ahs glee clubs personnel both boys' girls' clubs, school, announced miss dorothy jones, instructor music. began rehearsals afternoon. club first sopranos: winona pap-worth, dorothea ernst, helen kurth, donna pumphrey, kathryn brauu, bernice abraham, evelyn webster. julia szarka, grace slumski, audrey blerman, victoria solack leota haves. second beverlv bruce, geraldine cooper, gaehr, florence wallace, jean smith, alma masters, ava ruth hollingsworth, na-dine aldrich, susan icatonak edna mae lehman; altos: violet peggy wesbecher, mays, olive guild, dora wilhelm, lila muth, nettie schaeffer, gulselman, janet patterson betty braun. are, tenors: herbert gammons, joseph fuhrman, elmer cook, burton, richard aschenbach, robert hall, burton jenne, frank gamblsh, clarence blackford cromwell. basses: douglas harris, evan nord, vankeuren,. gillette, gerald vankeuren, howard lang powers, clyde rosen-cranz, harold hollingsworth don maze. accidents machines chas. anderson mcgarvey collided main anderson, south amherst, funeral posession had parked car collision occured started crownhill ave. accident friday w. b. smally, wellington, failed observe stop sign spring park ave., according police. margaret plato crashed car, turning over. neither anyone injured. characteristics calls himself should possess. are: employment prayer; working, faith, willingness ability bear witness christ. believes suffered so intensely past because, people forgotten god. precepts forefathers lived, worn themselves reaching things. never before, loudly speaking draught, storms depression. we way, unheeding. comes vincent m. e. church. continued page 3 iss krugman bride eastman returned pastorate fctt wake-man perform cere-tmouy marriage stella george smith elyria, cong. noon. preceding ceremony, mrs pansy harris organ played mcdowells' "to water lily" nevin's "venetian love soug" jones sang "oh promise me." twelve o'clock mrs. processional, lohengrin's wedding march, bridal entered lovely velvet gown o tropical rhinestoue trim. floor length, added length back formed n-short train. she wore silver sandals. her hat off-the-face model tropic al bouquet johanna hill roses queen anne's lace, tied ribbon. brucker, bridesmaid, sultan purple, accessories match. ot same gown, arm bronze mums, golden' best john paes, elyria. ushers fred fey, also altar, vows exchanged, autumn blooms, dahlias, zinnias maregolds. flowers cliiford. impresslvo mendelsohn's march couple received wishes congratulations friends. dinner served old stone 40 guests. bride's table centered large cake decorated white asters. smaller tables, candles decorations. left late afternoon trip thru east. friends 30th newly furnished 315 fair-lawn traveled suit white, accessories. daughter krugman, graduate school employed offices elyria chronicle-telegram. popular active sorosis, au courant mary-martha clubs. son c. j. pleasant 26th 40th anniversary groom's parents. join wishing them happiness. former pastor dies english, methodibt 48 ago, brought chlllicothe burial cemetery. rev, h. ryan, officiated services held grave. practical smart simple daytime crush-resistant velvet. practical, flattering extreme. season velvets lead. hat, bag gloves velvet, serviceability elegance chic. wellington emqloy men if experimental plans adopted town council septem ber 17 successful, 20 30 welling' ton works progress projects. ..the voted costs transportation cost exceed $7.50 plan end solons decide unsatisfactory discontinued. paid wpa only village charge. use own cars. force dwindled score men,, hence projects under there slow time. direction engineer tom laundon, supervising relief hon'r students bhiflton annual election organization thespians, bluff-ton college dramatic club, senior, elected vice president. nord continue serve associate witmarsum staff, paper. serving y. cabinet. berger, senior bluffton, recent election. student trl-bunal, personal chairman cabinet, witmarsum. junior recently organization, cox, coming appointed "ista" year book, annually juniors. lorain-co painters hold master painter's association lorain county store egeland night. after luncheon served. loriain democratic delaware lorain, tomorrow (friday). comence noon luncheon. celebrates 60th birthday side. resolution paul's lutheran eel- out, em-ate sixtieth i' ' 7 .. 1. f -tvrie 111 lilt? ucfelllujug ul 1 d ii u german luther- families graciously bless- ed until con. gregation 350 souls. carl arndt liv- charter memoer tho , .1 although several children original rev schmidt, louis, mo., took charge flock resident could called. toward 1875 damann installed regular pastor. baptist april, 1875, worship built purchased, remodeled, removed north franklin 1876 most bitter adversity paul's. resolved erect parsonage open property adjoining building marines experience taken fthe world, u. s. marines, harry kinney settled establishing amherst. busi ness different any now, do gen eral machine shop work, including electric arc welding repairing anything break. kinney's expedience machinery enlisted marines. assignments drew marine help quell uprising hatii. accomplished loaned government get established. 1920 enlistment expired, established plant port au-prince. addition garage service station. entire indiaa. normally 15 shop. grew prospered native population declared boycott non-native establishments. soon 2,000 driven islands, more. trying re-es tabiish business, ho opened 475 rear hip donr-n ww bc yum oci v ice teeth, broken feia, replaced, furnaces, stoves, st nam hnllorc (,., ., --auvuia uuu kinds made ..wn. ufcam uuer ueing broken. would quite expen- sive redlapo mn,l ,. """c iu wurit new. electrical v.umca wunin sphere "i offer nnv puzzles kinnev. en- uie worked fori pennsylvania railroad lias spent life just made. machine, ordinary person complicated maze difficult understand, orderly assembly gears drives frames him. pythians invited k p's planning pythian temple, b 55th street, cleveland, ohio, (thursday). thero third rank work. kreger, attending springfield. following summer recess areme eastern stars heh " (wednesi' sonic hall. preparations occupy parsonage, - j whpn n flro r nm til nt nl hflotrnvorl j, uwwv-wwu bth parsonage. cause ascertained. insurance though protected co. refused redeem policy, -'""ee uau askea ior per- tvlfcafnn lllltl.l hniinn build thus loss devolved upon existed composed laboring modest often circumstances heavy one, still discouraged. word dearer gold. appreciation pure gospel christ, crucified, willing undergo privations, ready make greatest sacrifices. july, fatal fire, discussing erection edifice. schmidlken, william grugel, kicks fritz jems named committee. untiring effort serviceable erected. later servo rooms. pastors church: damass, 1875-1879; sitzmann, 1879-1887; vacancy seven months occurred congregation; g. lienhardt, 1888-1897; paul shoeppelwerth, 1897-1902; schust, 1902-1912; jordan, 1912-1925; abrara, 1925-1933; duwe, 1934 present r. bosse. statement pastor: "st. foundation inspir- k-'u oru dreanhtmr teaching, hymns prayers, emphasized central doctrine inetaosnihrdul bible, doctrines scriptures group-ed, "justification faith alone savior christ." motto aim been: 'we preach mankind'." officers nro fu man' fnklin miller; treasurer will'ani koepp; secretary, hogrefer uuuitai ireu surer herhert moff; trustees, miller, streichnr- p!l,1 rr, l "' .miuery keainan be"ard kirschner, ham! jonn koepp, cahj koepke. dnwn mi.- "uu buppuea aur- vaciancy lne deliver english 10 m s.i.. 2 gr. maa win. congregation, address service. birkner, john's elyria; dlelver thera bo special music services. townsend meet advisory of. fleers horn residence eve- iea. pnimv .jptit. 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|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1935-09-27|
|Date of Original||1935-09-27|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1935-09-27 17 42|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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