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the amher news-times st i volume xviii, number 23 friday, june 5, 1936 sandstone center of world our washington news letter washington, junp 3 with fikislative machinery working nignt and day, there la still doubt that adjournment is possible for iaxt saturday. like' sailors abandoning a sinking vessel, law makers are trying to save their pet will inspect disposal plant members village council make an inspection dis posal some time before next meeting. pur-1 pose be determine what needed in j way repairs. charles mathes requested visit. he reported previous repairs ordered were com-1 leasures irom ouuvion. many niptod. but. thnt. nw wniks 22s sponsors new statutes willing, return after convention it mcess resume grind. falling quit by this week-end, likely 15 or 20 set as deadline. several key men on capitol hill have returned heir bailiwicks take personal xharge campaign reelection. closing day approach- fs expectant tmo-phere which overshadows all political movements. they await final orders from high com-mand popularly known "word white house." presidential silence equivalent v'thumbs down" roman em-tperors when gradiators battled arena. u w eve nominating gathering talk circles naturally veers tnen issues. chances candidates top-light arc gravely discussed opinions weighed. at writing, dopesters concluded gov rnor landon walk off g.. o. p. prize. those party councils say, "landon sflfth ballot." ' early balloting vlll test strength "favorite sons" usually compll- jpentary stunt pacify fighting factions. feet, stone steps, two scum tanks bring into best condition. awarded "a contract plato coal supply co. 530 feet 18 inch sewer tile vil lage drainage projects. coal's bid was lowest three bids received. mayor since last meeting only one contractor had applied license connect lines. unless others apply permitted connections. enforcement provision ordinance follows report connected jackson st.' someone without permit. dead tree park ave. front j. d. kaser property removed threatened blow down. also decided get figures cost oiling streets, making necessary church franklin streets. little if any mention has been ade contestants sec ond place ticket. ding vice president nomi nation not so spirited. 4istom consult house iplicant his choice running mate accounts tne absence vigorous campaigning ffior post honor. democrats no such problem nothing more vthan ratification incumbents roosevelt garner. considering fact twist fato stepped vico chair senate .jlouse, surprising how llttie v importance attached nomination. scene nation's capital these days something like horse and" buggy era small groups loitered argued n stalls livery stable. .there plenty horse-trading underway here knots earn-jfctly engaged attempting outsmart others. conference committees ffeuinerous bills adjustment. threshing process, instances, seems futile controver sial items definitely labeled junk-heap much effort being expended iron out diirer-vences. voted, frelief tax right of'way slated i'or discard. extending session anoth-r weeks probab 'fly force enactment legislation leaders hope avoid tat time. substitute invalidated guffrey act now kicking around excellent chance passage. intervention speed measure through because "features do'not como within limits recent supreme court decision. food drug reached its late stages 'ihas handicapped cry 'of "tugwellism." notorious re 'bel against anything bearing t pro-lessor's label. "ftibroughly discredited veter politicians cannot understand why allows him 'a back.door house. chief executive's stormy, pathway would easier give mr. tugweii walking papers, but loyalty -ft friend precludes axe-wielding until elections. seniors class night program graduating school monday evening, presented auditorium parents friends. ifiach member part program,' featured dancing, music, plays readings. opened play entitled "farewell cruel world," following taking part; olive guild, mary louise gaehr, elmer smith. songs group senior girls then presented; were; ava masters, piano; agnes brennen, donna pumphrey, dorthea ernst, helen kurth, doris braun, grayce bortner. girl's dance "fire' flies," use flashlights another interesting acts; aud rey bierman, louisa moltzke, bet ty toth, florence schmitz, eleanor patterson, vera koepke, wero part. nantomine "the thirteenth wife," very cleverly portrayed robert hall, victoria shinskey, stella solack, adam drozdowski, roy boosing, betty ott, reader. feature drew applause audiences pantonine "casey bat." russel schleferstein, arnold koepp, jack sausman, andrews, stanley gambish, frank relchert, fcfcark, anu mlchaol mititka parts. clyde rosencranz remainder form radio broadcast station a. h. s. orchestra, composed gerber, harry pnwnrn fifiraldine cooper, robert, stevens, directed played selec tions. boy's quartet consisting powers, r.orlihr. sang, pumphrey offer ed vocal selections. powers historian, kenneth fritz prophet, rob-ert gerber poet, eric pen- ton, mukerji, mattie linn read will. attie russelv landrews messenger boy. climax came entire class, tired caps gowns, carrying lighted candles, sang farewell song, marched stage, passing junior candles. rarer 1211 amherst top row: michael mikitka, goraldine phyllis woodings. second rosenkranz, attie, kurth. dorothea joseph abraham. third bcesing, meitzke. fourth kirschner, howard burke, audrey john sau-saman, gaehr. fifth russell stark, fritz. sixth mat-tio linn, andrew levay, kathryn uraun, smith, patterson. seventh evelyn webster. eighth schmitz. gerber. ninth lantz, bortner, erik m. ponton, shinskey. graduated, shown pictures, herbert van keuren. spirit solves dilliculties, told closing, with, in-! domitable man solve 1 every come them solution," rev. hunter painted verbal picture encouragement graduates wed-' nesday night. did intend tell oppor-1 tunlties awaiting them. spoke complexities life machine age, added, "there soul down matter dark day." cited illustra-i tions who won fame despite , misfortunes day. determination louis pastuer blot sting military defeat ec-j complishments science. "so great accomplishments sent representatives ; funeral," audience, speaker referred eng-1 lish statesman, while watching lights london extinguish-i august, 1914, re-1 marked ! going out. "those yet, we hope," said hunter. ho sometimes things us misfortune "ministers mercy." ice berg cause titantic plight saved death refuge boat sprung leak. "it indomitable keeps striving better conditions things," said. "heirs ages, reaping benefit blessings privileges price." study club awards given gaehr her work english, history. honorable went shinskey schieffersteln. mrs. w. powers. wednesday night's processional, "pomp chivalry," orchestra under direction miss dorothy jones; invocation fr. smith; trio, "little symphony," emma dresbler mo-clafflin, violins, jones, sextet "speedwell" geraldine rosenkranz hall. marion steele, principal, george cox, board education, issued diplomas. hayes pronounced benediction, closed "march magnificent" orchestra. commencement opera house? 'twas 1894 (by f. r. powers) week! search among souveniers past forth yellowed booklet "seventh annual exercises north house, 21, 7:30 standard." 18j4! motto "attempt not, accomplish thoroughly." young people received diplomas were: lotta mae crocker, schmuck, jr., hulbut, bernhard kuss, alice edna kendeigh, miller, curtis whiton, jessie bradley hines. sylvian furnished music evening; james mills invocation, e. harding benediction. allow me please, few lines shall write tribute my father graduat ing class. determined -of unsympathetic home conditions, forced leave intervals go work, stood receive diploma, twenty-four years. listened siory struggle education times, years brought full realization humble appreciation it. relic graduation iu old fringed satin ribbon, about 7 inches long 2vfe wide, beariug upon face names graduates. wore ribbons pinned ureses coats, exercises. displayed proudly treasured thru yeais. custom, adopted ago tj classes, wearing grey gowns commencement, doubt, good one. surely uniform costuming smait nud practical. somehow can't over tho notion '.iking see simple inexpensive dresses boys neat suits shirts. you think sweet girl graduate black velvet gown train gracefully swept up dust germs wake? inidustrious lady whose elaborato dress crocheted evedy stitch it, own fair hands? just odd ones toward procession stretches period almost fifty seen 193g annual? it's neatest looking books ever published local school. first venture 1913, paper direct outgrowth successful experiment; sometime during year faculty appointed students chosen four classes edit record. jumble editorial staffs fol lowed, name publication changed bugle," later record restored, stands today, splendid purpose, memorial progressive women founded conclusion: stanza william ernest henley's "invictus." matters strait gate, charged punishments scroll, am master fate: captain ot soul. eight grade friday atternoon, public held auditorium. ethel eppley charge exercise. graduatng selecions devotlonals behr-endt judgement education," by, somers, richard becker, renner, marie bradley, penton, clarke hoguo joy withrow. honor roll ger ald schroeder, valedictory draga. trio baus, eur-man offered program, instructors eppley, entertained tee theatre party. indians regalia danced mrs, lawn.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1936-06-05|
|Date of Original||1936-06-05|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1936-06-05 18 23|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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