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it the amherst news-times volume xviii, number 44 friday, october 30, 1936 sandstone center of world 0 1 our washington news letter washington, 28 pressure hard facts has ..convinced loquacious campaign managers that a small army "fence-sitters" are likely to ruin extravagant claims political victories. counting noses among open partisans been achieved with some assurance they will vote as branded. is inability corral and tie voters who wavering in their opinions intensions alarms th high command two major parties places many important states "doubful" column. you observe final days have framed persuade citi-1 zens floundering around trying reach conclusion mixed kind evidence. both sides banking heavily on dissemination fiction convince puzzled particular ticket right way out muddling situation. eleventh hour debate marked by attempts reveal fallacies figures. ranting partisan spell-binders taken complacency part lectloneering showmanship, actually, there more expectancy attending publication literary digest poll this week than last-minute word barrage presidential candidates. these cross-section figures compared reports from party workers, veteran politicians sit back exclaim, "havoc, do thy worst." while an easy matter preach gospels, truly difficult determine converts. experienced calculators disposed allow five or ten percent variation "in little disagreement new youngsters casting first ballot be swayed toward roosevelt. c. camps expected contribute his direction. mathematical wizards taking long chances attempting measure "switches" transfer 193 u democratic ballots g. o. p. vice versa. polls favor london, but observers believe roosevelt re-elected. prudent bettors influenced toned down responsible leaders over next end. immediately following election, third national conference labor legislation , meet here under auspices tho dspartment labor. governors asked send olfi- cial delegations participate what secretary perkins calls "an experiment mutuality co-operation." actually designed solidify, through state action, certain advances it'.ated defunct n. h. a. employers watch pro ceedings which largely attended social workers because ideas unveiled at previous sessions havo found into federal laws. gathering november 9-11 devote attention hours abor seeking adoption law all 40-hour standard week. reluctant ly willing exempt varm domestic service such rigid regulation. child standards, minimum wages, industrial home work, unemployment compensation otyr subjects scheduled for discussion. usually importance public, miss likes keep talk behind bolted doors. government sources issued prior election viewed skepticism implications. fact department giving almost daily releases "improved conditions" raises doubts those would ordinarily hailed glad tidings. the, scents deliberate effort present only pleasing side general picture administration's plan eell american public another four-year term. life-long resident died sunday mrs. pansy harris, church street, on, afternoon 4:45 hospital, day illness. she was born harris lived throughout her life 52 years. member congregational here, served instances. ot ladies' aid society church, organist twenty-five auxiliary spanish war veterans, elyria, president w. t. u. terms. also possessed talent composing music, wrote several songs published. time, one hollywood, already published, soon air. survivors son, douglas, four sisters, lucy horn, street; f.mma hunter, amherst; katherine merthe, elyria; r. rawson, california; brother, frank lakewood. mr. husband, nine years ago. rev. williams, eastman, wakeman, were charge brief funeral services congre gational wednesday tcrnoon 2 o'clock. george william garthe singers. burial made family lots crownhill cemetery un der direction h'. raker company. last republican rally friday meeting bo held town hall night 8 o'clock, time candidates county appear platform few minutes outlining plans. i ally being young men's club lorain county. large rwpubljcan south school auditorium tuesday evening. atty. marshall keep, lorain, principal speaker begin plans christmas program st. peter's evangelical reformed monday evening, annual presented members school. e. schmidt de-votionals during meeting. he form tureen supper hold church. postponed wednesday, 4, due death members, horn harris. enjoy wearing masks costumes sorts comic beautiful worn eagles' recent alter grand march, prizes awarded florence klser lor best dressed person, rose lauer most comical. l. berger door prize. after enjoyable refreshments keeping hallowe'en served. children ghosts, goblins masquerad' ers danced same merry tunes masked alethia alberta strauss. nicely decorated orange black color scheme occasion games, contests dancing features late hour, lunch croup at. attend dist. convention pythian pietch walter miller named delegates district sisters f'remont nov. 10. chas. introduce past officers convention. business meeting, invitations temple no. 174 accepted initiation 12. chief mary keller read also, outlined year. session, bingo main feature. may, june july clubs. august september clubs entertain well-known farmer, 65 friends ielatives amherst, brownhelm louis. hahn yesterday (wednesday) attornoon o'clock berlin heights. private 'at near ruggles grove, between vermilion huron. deceased 5:40 affliction heart trouble age 65. brownhelm, where parents had 06 prosperous retired farmer death, numerous financial connec tions director bank commerce, heights bank, active knights pythias lodge, took services. study awards english history senior students accomplished work committee appointed take presentation i. maxwell, ada pur- cell, roemer. joined sigma pi fraternity fleckner daughter, ruth, visited robert rachel homo philadelphia week-end. freshman ohio universfty, athens. university land fraternity. graduate class 1931. interesting incidents airs. f. powers amherst's oldest residential streets, perhaps block town's center, stands rambling, low built house. simple additions doorways, picket fence enclose patch yard, lover now england architecture go pleasure just looking brings; leads man planned "west" nostalgic memories mind. course my travels about often pass house, should walking summer evening mood loitering, wont slow paco might better see pleasant picture, thru frame screened doorway, lighted room beyond. woman sits low, besides table, reading. glow lamp hand lights pages book rests softly upon moss dark grey hair, colffed fashion walls hang pictures, mherst given extra precinct village voting precincts tuesday, instead three established reduce each precinct. includes west north cleveland street lincoln streets within section. vot-res hall. takes east tennoy ave., franklin ave. iall residences bounds. booth i! begins corner sts., follows line spring park library. balance light plant. installed post, joint installation ficers post auxiliary, brumfield head legion groups. other commander, charles sabiers; junior hugh tompkins; adjutant, f'. moobius; finance officer, clyde donnelly; dr. parker; chaplain, hugo trucsello; sergeant arms, conrad tmulder. sam cobb, installing officer. president, oressa brown; second mabel mcdermott; secretary, mil-dren moebius; treasurer, minnie mathes; nettio hol-zliauer; anna krieg. reary, ohio. valentine cook rites saturday valentino cook, 72, recently townline illness years, 1:30 fetor's 2:30. burial, baker co-was cemetery. and- 30 yearn followed threshing trade. best. your moving footsteps beyond ' return again again, hope ou absorb peace clings like hallowed veil wherein reads on. greater enhance beauty moment assail you, anjone surely must mot-ta norton, exceedingly ones, too norton's girls methodist sabbath wo sat jn bench northwest church: gladys english, packard, ellen anderson, own neice, genoviovc norton teacher music schools wondered since if ever shuddered singsong slurred name when used say, answer greeting, "good-morning, mis' mrs, waa metta parker ledgedate, pa. lew king fun rule parade free armistice conducted tor lgion school, year, year's entertainment. beginning 7:30 grade twelfth program. triends encouraged come pupils perform. included selection orchestra; goblin song grade; song, play, talks john borman, cromwell, ervin ehlort; drill fourth fifth girls' quartet sixth speeches students; dramatized poems, eighth demonstrations science classes; gym oxibition, smythe; pantomine burton ilofftier; concerning scienco manuel training courses. record staff, operetta stunt. oberlin address people's adult people student oberlln theological seminary group. konnetli alexander leader thomas williams gave "self control." reformation observed, holy communion sun. 8:30 gorman service, 10:30, service. (thins.) phllath-ea clean bible met backer w'.-dnesday afocrat civil war. mother wolcott, directly descended henry nobleman. story goes parkers atlantic ocean descendants brothers, early country, came settled catskill mountains. twin brother sister, younger sistor carrie, lu family. old went williams-town, york, live; six later left 'york stato moved westward, settling remained until daughter fourteeu old; thence destined earthly time. fluished eight-eon passed teachers' examination, received hero teaching certificate thoreby qualified learn ing sohools. immediately, up duties, fha tonight (thursday) big lovers. goblins, witches, weirdest forms human imagination can produce, roam celebration. entire conglomeration weirdness review before hundreds curbs witness spectacle. citizens going full advantage opportunity funny tonight. eearly indicate outdo events former extreme limit concocting outfits produce laugh. drive 'over top' "over top" raise $500 debt sunday. nearly $700 contributed. money raised contributions celebrated 09th year its establishment 'in amherst. regu lar morning services, v. tabbort, pastor delivered sermons. seith guest preacher. attract en capacity ciowd. tioin near-by cities returned day. noon pot-luck dinner parlors, luncheon special musical selections bethany male quartet. 16 anniversary mends gathered celebrate 10th birthday james short s. recently. games enjoyed ev(ning lato guests. lovely gift oberliu, nin rep. banquet foster, koopp, nina luezler avoid mihaprehension. stated oppoi tunity didn't start t h e knock-knock craze. primary schools; end period advanced li intermediate continued chos fivo 111! position bookkeeper telegraph operat stone com pany. became acquainted him "sociable" stood site & p grocery store. father fancy goods shop b. norton. wedding ceremony performed ely ria april 23, 1ss7 toms, maynard, sister maynard's wore witnesses. couple house avenuo occupied boyce faml ly. was, mutual intensifying happiness togeth er, peaceful preface .page 6 judging paraders classes, comical couple, man, child. $3.00 first; $2.00 second; $1.00 third. addition thero cash three-person band. no limitation choice instruments put contest, anything make noise per missable. prize $6.00; $4.50, $3.00. then feature event one-man bad pieces more. 4s committee. bands, .both 'thrt'e-jierson one-man, judges walk determining winners. bands first, 3-piece everything points biggest celebration staged, so hand, folks, don't get frightened see. rules lutheran festival sunday, 1, 3 churches auditorium. attendance desired. welcome. harry olsen, christ detroit. numbers sung chorus "now let heavens adore thee," "i extol thee" ac companied m. schroed- er. prelude, offeratory, post- ude hymn accompaniment walthc v league orchestra, dl- ecii'd dorn. concordia lu- llieian chinch halle we exchange observed regular monthly garden the- council chambers exchanged surplus seeds perennials. roll call "berried shrubs vines." routine nicholl chargo gram. discussion along nature's trail" held, leaf naming contest present. bridge gas office star club, men employees fuel company, entertained margaret foldesy here. foldesy, diversion. winners misses smith elyria betty burgess lorain. berea, oberlin, scientists acquitted potties. pain neck caused ailing sinuses.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1936-10-30|
|Date of Original||1936-10-30|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1936-10-30 18 44|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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