Stanley Godish graduation
Side Glances--By George Clark ,^,<i- / %' > .Tl^ WEATHER AFFECTS MUCHJOISLATION »Y iJAVttt (Copyright, IBM, by Altocma Mlfror.) WASHINGTON, t>. c,, May 3i,— What the weather doe* to tlm cqurje of human affair* may *eem all too. obvious obvious but seldom hfl« It. played Such part In dominating loRiniatloii as it docs at the moment. Fear of a hot oumrhcr In Wnahing;- .on— It may never grow hot «nd It may not bn a factor even if It doe*-nut doe*-nut lust thn sahio conffrenaionnl lead* r« nro talhtnff weather and nothing ,l«e In trying to nettle whether' there ahull ho a vote on the tariff, bill In thfl unnatn without having a rocnssa or Whether tho rcoeflH nnn.ll be granted ,m condition that there Id an agreement agreement to vote, ... Nicholas Longworlh, speaker or the house, holds the whip hand, And thorn can be no recess without agreement on the part of the house. So Mr, Longworth Longworth In effect says: "We .will not agree to recess unions tho senate now agrntfa to vote on thn tariff bill — and liy that wo mean tho conference report report — on some cortnln day before the December session begins," There are senate loaders who want no recess at nil and who think the sonnte should stay In session and work on the tariff bill right through the sunimer, Some of the senators have discovered that it Isn't so hot in Wnnhlngton after all In the summer months nnd that other sessions of congress congress have stood the supposed ordeal and enacted r.omo of the, finest leg- IS CANDIDATE u Mrs, Snrflh Onuny of WUkee-Bni'. r«, I'tt., mother o» twelve children, )ia» been nomltwtml by l)«mo«nil» tliern IIH a mtndtilntn for itninrrcHA to fitieeoeil her l«te hUHbiind, Bep^ rcsentrttlve ,loh« ,T. Oadcy. She wim the iinnnlmnuH choice of the lliMttocrntlo executive nnnimltteo nml will lie oppn«cd 1>,V 0. Murray LILLY HKffl GRADUATE CLASS The annual commencement extto *' es of the Lilly High school win Wtt6 place place at the Liberty theatre on ThW*» day /tvenlng, June 6, at 8,16 o'cWCK, Dr. St. S. Bcntz, county superlnwM'. ent of schools, will address th«i Mi«» hers of the graduating class. Sl»ecl8,i musical selections will be rendered by Mrs. 'j. H. Roberts of Altoona. , The High school Olefl club, under, tha able direction of Mrs. f, A, Don* an. will present a number of saled* tiond, Tha graduating class will be represented by Robert Dlehl, valedle* cHafy who will speak on the subject, 'Education and the Times," Leo McCarthy, salutatorlftn, will speak on tho subject, "The March of Science." A number at honor *tu« dents will deliver addresses durlns tha evening. Geraldlne SchalleS will hftva as her subject, "Negligence, National Industry," Elisabeth' Leahey will tall of "America's Naval Program," and Francis Saloney will speak on "Avla,« tlon In America," The members of the graduating class are as follows! Eleanor Boylan, Leo McCarthy, Robert Dlehl, Bdnja' mln Dollngcr, Edwin Dunn, Donald Eckenrode, Mary Gardener, Stanley Godish, Agnes Krumenaker, Gladys Leahey, Ellzn.both Leahey, Robert Mo« Cabe, Ellis Meehafi, Joseph Moraland, Evelyn Moyor, Joseph Ralney, Tony Rita, Francis Salony, Joseph Sandy, Geraldlne Schnlles, Frances Sheridan, William Walters and Edgar YlngHng.