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el the amherst news-times volume xix, number 20 friday, may 28, 1937 sandstone center of world commencement exercises to be held wednesday night a little girl and big statue parade, program honor war dead monday our washington: news letter ' '8 it lp if iv 1 washington, 26 unless administration quickly develops new strategy current sess'lon -will close within few weeks with nothing more mark its works than monument insurgency. lttle, legislation importance has been enacted in five months meeting largely he-cause rebellion against president's judicial reform program. this burning ibsue is still blockading measures which are needed order keep even small part election pledges. spirit insurrection, reached high-water senate, creeping into deliberations house representatives such an extent that adjournment yet afford only face-saving retreat. court issue so adroitly handled by opposing forces senate rather white now dominating force. sores left after these carrodlng clashes will never heal completely, means trouble ahead for mr. roosevelt's plans way dur ing next two years. ad' verse report judlci ary committee greatly dimmed prestige president as po litical commander probably mented other revolts his leadership. james russell lowell once declared, "the telligence dangerous insurrections ignorance." veteran democratic party leaders insist they have genuine cause worry schisms spread republicans marking time. selection successor justice van v)e- vanter main topic conver sation political quarters. senators, without regard lines, bally-hooing ma jority leader robinson, feeling . prevails again upper chamber outsmarted roose velt who, said, had ap polntments mind. sen tlment at fever heat another candidate would not stand much chance confirmation mean reversal chief executive. point years senator robinson oldster who could meet mr, demands young blood federal judiciary, liberalism openly questioned. considerations, placed untenable position, given rise chuckles circles speculate how he ex tricate himself from boggy hole. endeavoring ibalance bud get merely substituting wish deed. economy apparently talk' through hat because thrift perpetuation chines do go together. failure congress stage sue cessful 'against enormous expenditures was explained week representative tarver, georgia democrat, frankly admitted, "we tak about econ omy too many us want economize oh things interest constituents." all best laid pruning down elimination nonessential agencies seems destined waste basket. king utah permanent status ccc camps complained "nearly 40 bureaucratic created during last but efforts diminish successful. there no mortality bureaus agencies." old story wherein man gets on government payroll sticks like leach. civilian conservation corp prolonged indefinitely excuse training citizenship youths. every legislator felt local pressure groups benefitted establishment building roads, patronage stores, etc. though public hearings underway ambitious farm observers expect plan beyond talking present. wage hour legislation, departmental hatcheries several months, extensive scope aa originally contemplated dr. louis clinton wright,' presi dent of, baldwin-wallace college deliver principal address 50th annual high school night. wright served head berea institution since october, 1934, enhanced reputation educator work confined academic life alone. before com' baldwin-wallace, ser ved pastor prominent churches built up national christian educa tor. colleague speaks him iu tlfis manner: "he believes job men women today their pieparations the, tomorrows life." announ ced subject. diplomas presented 49 seniors completed 1g or credits work. addition these, special di plomas margie becker rose mitika commercial subjects. both girls took complete year mercial course including book keeping, shorthand typing. follows:' processional "pomp chiv alry" (roberts) orch estra under direction miss dorothy c. jones. invocation rev. father smith. sextet builders" (cad man) elmer cooky burton hof-fner, gerald "van keuren, david schmitkons, donald maze jenne. l. wright. brass ensemble "ase's death" (peer-gynt suite griag) richard aschenbach, jessie bid-dlnger, douglas harris ralph holzhauer. presentation awards study club mrs. i. g. maxwell class f. r. powers, , superintendent. a. j. bauer, board education. benediction b. h. ryan. "on victory" (schoonmaker) orchestra. members graduating florence albrecht, theodore alexander, william barder, charles bartish, lloyd bechtel, marjorie becker, norwood norma beesing, harold bennett, john borman, june carter, roy clifford, cook, robert cromwell, ervln ehlert, frances ellerington, ell-erington, frank gambish, robort gillette, harris, hermann, hollingsworth,! melvin jackson, jenne, violet jones, hilda klrschner, knotavlch, kolbe, krleg,v edward lach, howard lange, ruth mays, michael, walter mitika, patricia murray, evan nord, rudolph puskey, raab, olga radosevich, erma ritzrow, nettie schaeffer, thelma schieferstein, priscella vargo, peg wesbecher, dora wilholm arthur zimmerman. m. ryan give baccalaureate sunday "in quest truth" hayes' services sun day service st. peter's evangelical church e. schmidt acting chairman. thomas williams, congregational church, read scripture -while ryan, offer prayer. music union choir. bo rendered group students. sit down: "they say sourberry going married.." stay "serves right i did fellow." vote lor site 01 celebrat'n amherst, crystal beach some cthsr where shall amherbt sponsored business professional held? people am-herst vicinity decide. whichever place majority chooses, picnic held. first ballot appeared news-times, discussion relative value heard very votes cast. ballots come far, lead one over the. site. days always then depression came along decided hold thje plcnjc amherst. three years, bent result grand time visitors out town joining fun increasing numbers each year. year, beach. folks objected thinkitag good times home. therefore wtfien qujestion raised men's association, merchants let decide themselves. do" you printed below. jubt check your preference bring send w. schaffer, mens association. any suggestions, write them former grads here saturday, 5 biggest crowds history alumni meetings expected present saturday night, 5, when anniversary observed. invitations sent alj fprmerj superintendents school. 1937, honored guests. following banquet, entertaining dancing enjoyed. powers (forward: oliver lee's memo randum treasured possession clark hogue granddaughter. extend my profound gratitude privilege she grant ed allowing me cherished heirloom.) it's slender book, mottled pasteboard covers. binding loosened, reads must carefully bend low ho might better see fading script. flyleaf written: "oliver memorandum campaign country. enlisted thirteenth august, 1862, village polk, ashland-co, capt. sloan." september company k 102 regiment ovi turned faces toward tho south. leaving behind dear secure familar set forth oc journey take states already riddled civil war. ranks swift surefooted, marched generals win wars-death destruction. everything ready gala opening greater. great lakes exposition cleveland 29 roosevelt, son roosevelt comes guest open ceremonies. betty seaver, well-known sculptress adds ber artistry completion puts finishing touches heroic figures grace spacious sherwin-williams radioland, free attraction stars stage, screen radio appear throughout season continuous performances. great' continues & legion american joseph's clearview own pro gram, brumfield, comman der legion, said today. outstanding b'oy " and" eighth grade made chapel tomorrow afternddn. start 12:30 p.m. parochial banquet graders date clearview. freshmen entertain faculty showing skill acquired room, girl's domestic science entertained tea afternoon rooms. refreshments, teachers brief meeting, discussing final let's beginning words: "camp mansfield, 4, 18c2. we camp flvo morning, cars li o'clock, went cincinnati boat crossed ohio river landed covington, kentucky, morning 5th. stayed covington marching duty ran around town. sept. 6th. wo were mustered united paid $40. 7th. march four miles near mitchell. 8th. camped fort mitchell, ami lino dinner orchard aftor dark. 9th. lay line battle day. carried hay on." oliver's length nashville, tenn. entry diary. often captain stough fly lafayette stough, surviving loraln-co., make airplane flight memorial services. requests guests lly airport just south lorain 9:30 flight. reunion among attended conflrmaton paul's lutheran koopp, elyria-av. draves daughter, carol draves, gary, ind., waldo garrigues ronssalaer, spent weekend -with koepp's while otto slopath, cleveland, koepp son, walter, also same minnie webber confirmed 19 io, classmato koepp. .1883. country words, builded ono upon other, follow days-ho drilled, inspected, picket duty, drew rations clothing, signed payroll, entrusted errands general, placod charge foraging guard, idle camp. fail record receipts letters usually answered samo noted, diary, boys especially eat. spoke occassional!' "soft bread" think presence welcome rare. forced marches, skirmishes enemy actual conflict. lother fronts falso alarms, hours waiting -waiting-waiting. complaints leo seldom comments anything taking place. "well-ordered manner wrote comings goings. large delegation attending closing devotions euchar-lstic afternoon. equally midnight mass, celebrated most mcfad-den, s. t. d auxiliary filshop ol lakeview park las'i second event hold' diocese. smallest city play host eucharistic congress. 75,000 poured yesterday feature today's activities procession park. forms mary's eighth-st pupiib tchool excused attend devotions. pupils fifth, sixth, seventh grades calva-cade procession. students ruth, carry cross? cassocks surplices wear ribbons. parish children. ottered joseph schrernbs, d., bishop cleveland. smith, member publicity com-mittoe preparation stei-ger, nativity committee. matt lawless, holy name society, general presidents societies deanery. brown, pta, chairman transportation elschen, massilon, well county decorated gold shield prominently displayed. parsley washed hot water keeps flavor easier chop, sayeth wise cook. early summer "18c4 102nd moved alabama tennessee river. "june 13, 1864. am quite cold raining. henry myers kiplin'ger detailed seven mile island guard landing. situated between gun-ter's mountain sand mountain. beautiful spot. post top gunter's mountain, signal far happened either put lights tonight drilled manual arms." lee -was .usually sparing words daily entries, whenever situation developed appreciated drama significance it, filled pages describing event, x impatient ink closely written words. continued pago 2 pay homage her sons off parade here. short preceding hall. announced topic. jn day, ex-service decorate graves soldiers outlying cemeteries morning. asked hall 7 clough's quarry, kendeigh's corners. ridge. 10:30 snday body. asks ail organizations parade. form follows: colors; c; mary hanchett, widow veterans; officials; brownhelm band; spanish legion; auxiliary; boy scouts; firemen; fraternal .orders; school; band, brenner marshall forming hall, 'move maln-st crownhill-ave; west c-i crownhill cemetery decorated; back st., franklin-ave ; east franklln-av church-st, children picked up; north church-st park-av, picking corner tenney ave., church-st; spring-st, spring cleveland-av cemetery; decorated. salutes fired, assemble cleveland-avand move park-av disband. named nat'l society friday inducted branch hon-or senior friday. are: peggy margie. june. bechtel may3. classes schmitz, cummings, arlene kelch geraldine cooper. there.are 66 members, 36 30 organization. kenneth department english oberlin college, principle speaker misses emma dreshchler, hope mcclaflin faculty, symphony." knights road forsake action taken council, bums, tramps giving wide berth. announcement anyone caught panhandling streets sentenced jail, offenders beon seen. fact, bums appealed sleeping jail week. t
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1937-05-28|
|Date of Original||1937-05-28|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1937-05-28 19 20|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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