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   Evening Independent (Newspaper) - May 9, 1936, Massillon, Ohio                                SATURDAY MAY 193B CANAL FULTON Presbyterian A H Brand pastor Sunday school at a G C West superintendent A special Mothers Day program and service will be held at a m All mem bers and friends are asked to wear a flower in honor of their mothers In termediate Christian Endeavor soci ety will meet in the church at 2 p m Miss Elsie Yeyton will act as leader The young peoples society THE EVENING INDEPENDENT MASSILLON OHIO THREE will meet in the church basement at p m Salem Reformed V S Rohrbaugh pastor Sunday school at a D P Baughman superintendent A Mothers Day program will be given at a m Midweek services will be held Wednesday at p m in the church Methodist Episcopal W R Taylor pastor Sunday school at a William Ivins superintendent Wor ship and sermon at a m The Missionary society will be entertained Political Advertisement H ROSS AKE Stark Co Ohio Senate State Amer icanization Advisory Committee State of Ohio For CONGRESS KEPUBLICAX My public service in important positions subjected to rigid ex amination has always been offi cially commended PLATFORM I believe in the necessity of an immediate return to the American system of government which means that the congress shall legislate for the people and not for the pres ident 1 believe that confidence in government must be re established through our determination to adhere to sound economic and financial principles I believe that the wild and wanted waste of public money is inevitably followed by unsound financial practices and exhorbitant and oppressive must be stopped I believe that the suffering of the nations needy must be relieved through their employment in worthwhile BENEFICIAL PROJ ECTS until such time as their opportunities for selfsupport have been restored I believe in a just and equitable system of pension for the aged and unemployable con sistent with economic security for all This can only be obtained by sound governmental practices I believe there must be no meddling in for eign affairs and no profit for war racket eers I believe in every American for national defense but not one soldier for foreign ser vice I will appreciate not oiily your support but your in fluence at the Primary May 12 H ROSS AKE From Canton United Labor May 1 1936 H Ross Ake Is Candidate For U S Congress The candidacy of H Ross Ake for Congress we believe will receive the favorable consideration of many of our Republican voters at the pri maries on the 12th of this month There is no question as to his cap ability to represent the 16th Dis trict at Washington in a creditable manner He has formerly served as Treasurer of Stark County mem ber of the Ohio Senate chairman of the State Americanization Advisory Committee and Treasurer of the State of Ohio Near the close of his term as State Senator the International Union of Steam and Operating En gineers in commenting on Mr Akejs attitude towards labor went on record as saying we feel that the legislature has never been hon ored with men more favorable to labor legislation than Hear Mr Ake over WADC Monday eveningat and over WHBC at p m at the home of Mrs Margaret Doug las Wednesday afternoon Midweek services will be field Wednesday eve ning The Ladies Aid society will meet in the church annex Thursday afternoon Mrs Hnrley Pitz presi dent will be in charge Bowdil Methodist W R Taylor pastor Sunday school at a Roy Ellis superintendent Worship and sermon at a m Sts Philip and James John L Maurer pastor Low mass at 8 a m High mass at 10 a m St Johns Lutheran Lawrence Pudge pastor Sunday school at a Carl Suderow superintendent Worship and sermon at a m A motherdaughter banquet was held in the Methodist Episcopal church Thursday evening with ap proximately 100 present Mrs Charles Hickle was chairman The following program was presented Mrs E Fer rell address Miss Dorothy Fisher address to the molhers Mrs W R Taylor address to the daughters the Misses Ilene Taylor and Sharlotle Hickle readings the Misses Harriet Kittinger and Violet Kellet vocnl solos Mrs Lester Finefrock and daughter Nell vocal duet the Misses Norma and Lois Edwards inst rumen tal duet and Mrs Nellie Miller and Mrs J N Board addresses Special and daughter Bonnie Mrs Tommy Gardiner Mrs Roy Ellis and daugh ter Toma the Misses Joan McCar piano music was furnished by Wilj thy and Sadie and Bernice Robert i George Bouquets of flowers were son nnd Mrs Paul Ellis and sons i presented to the oldest mother presj Mrs Rberfison rereived many gifts lent Mrs Jennie Focht and the I Miss Luelln Drew spent the week youngest mother Mrs Wayne Greene end with Mr and Mrs Rollin Clin Flowers also were presented to ton and son Richard of Orrville i W L Hardgrove Dow Ellis of Canton nnd William I The Missionary society of the Bosley of near Orrville spent Sun i Methodist Episcopal church will be diy with Mr and Mrs Earl Doll and entertained at the home of Mrs i family and Miv Maria Ellis I Margaret Douglas Wednesday afterj Mr and Mrs Leonard Rossiler and I noon All members are urged to atson Larry and Mrs Mat hew Morrow i tend spent Sunday afternoon in SebriiiK The Gir Reserve club of the high The Misses Doris Doll Toma Ellis school held a tea for their mothers j and Eleanor Keller spent Friday att in the high school auditorium Frienioon in Massillon day afternoon Therewere The literary society of the school mately 45 present Mrs Warren Bowj held a meeting Friday afternoon nt ers of Canton was the speaker A the school The Delphian group pre short play Candles That i sented the program A program by was presented by the Misses Delores the two groups will be presented on er Mrs Martha Beitel Monday James Young visited in Brevvster Thursday Veryl Hoyman and Theodore Kel ler visited in Canton Wednesday Mr nnd Mrs Elmer Kick and chil dren visited in North Canton Mrs Gordon Glitz and daughters Lois and Evelyn Mrs W C Edwards nnd daughters Owen and Lilah Mrs George Bond and sons Lawrence and Georjie of and Mrs Roy Baer of Bowdil visited Mr and Mrs Theodore Keller and family Mrs John Aston of East Green ville visited Charles Bradwell Louis Beitel of Navarre visited Mrs Manila Bcilel Thursday Prayer meeting was held Thursday evening at the home of Mrs Martha Beitel H Lockhart was In charge Mrs Phoebe J Pryor Norwalk is spending several WCCKS with Mr and Mrs James G Young of Beech Grove and Mr and Mrs David A Young of Brcivster Stealing chickens in daytime Is petty larceny in Kansas but if the theft be at night it is grand larceny Sibila Catherine Fellmeth Jean Sis ler Geneva Fletcher Evelyn Doxsee Catherine Trachel Nell Finefrock the last day of school The public is invited to attend Mr and Mrs Russell Shear and Betty Blank Verla Mae Schalmo j son Dick Mrs Daisy Weaver and WALTERS NICKELS of County Republican Candidate Lois Puller Irene Latighlin Marilyn J Lerch and Betty Geis Miss Madelyn j Diehl was hostess and Miss Amy Hes sedence assistant hostess with the following committee assisting The Misses Eveiyn Sorn Geneva Fletcher Mrs Ethel Emerick of Akron spent Sunday with Mrs Sarah Levers Leo Junii of Bolivar spent Sun day with Robert Pals j Mrs John H Cooper has returned home after spending a few weeks Jean Sisler Pern Hartel Delores Sib with her daughter Mrs Wylie Pry of near McDonaldsville Mrs Cooper underwent an operation several weeks ago at the Massillon city hospital ila Marilyn Lerch and Margaret Simmons The Ladies Aid society of the Methodist Episcopal church will hold She is improving a meeting in the church annex Thursday afternoon All members are asked to be present BOWDIL FOR CONGRESS 16th District Stark Wayne Holmeg Primaries May 12 1936 Served three terms in the Ohio Senate 19271932 with a clean cut legislative record and is competent to represent the 16th District in the Na tional Congress Your Support Will Be Thoroughly Appreciated Nickels for Congress Committee Political Political FOR LOWER TAXES MASSILLON TO THE VOTERS OF AND We sincerely trust that you will select as one of your Representatives to the General Assembly 3 to X KARL A THE TAXPAYERS FRIEND Republican Candidate For STATE REPRESENTATIVE A VETERAN IN LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS Mr Bauer has made a very careful study of school financingand taxation Knows the prob lems of the schools the wage earner the farmer and the business man OLD AGE PENSION Mi Bauer is unreservedly for an adequate Old Age Pension He is firmly opposed to governmental waste and inefficiency Republican Primary F HCNTSBERGER Chairman Massillon Ohio Mr and Mrs Frew and Mr and Mrs Estelle Bishop and daugh ter Janet Jo of Massillon spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Hamilton Frew and family Mr and Mrs William Pollock and children spent Sunday iv Akron Mr and Mrs Marion Cunningham and son Walter Bay of Orrville spent Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs Matheiv Legg and family Born Monday to Mr and Mrs Marion Lawrence a son Robert Eu ne Mrs Snvah Hisginbottom has re turned to her home hers after spend ingthe winter in Canton Pennsylva nia and Bridgeport Mr and Mrs Paul Ellis and family of Canal Fulton Mr and Oliii Levers and family of Delroy and Miss Sylvia Bidle of Massillon spent Sunday with Mr nnti Mrs Roy Ellis and family Mrs Ma the w Morrow and Mrs Charles Bowman of Canton spent Friday afternoon Mrs Leonard Rossiter and son Larry Mrs Fletcher Richards of Orrville and Mr and Mrs Harold Drew spent Tuesday afternoon in Canton Mrs Suvilla Robertison was pleas antly surprised nt the home of her sister Mrs Roy Ellis Monday eve ningin honor of her birthday anni versary Game were played and prizes awarded to Mrs Ralph Tracli sel and William Jones Refresh ments were served to the following guests Mrs J T Hodgson and daughter Catherine Mrs Leroy Smith Mrs Lena Bowman Mrs Jonathan Longworth Nellie Ketler Mrs William Hippcrl Mrs Sarah Levers Mrs William F Jones and daughter Betty Mrs Herbert Shilling Mrs Rinhold Shilling Hannah McCarthy Mrs Elizabeth Rossiter Mrs Ellen Swisher Mrs William Doty Mrs Ralph Traschel Political Advertisement CROSS ROADS The local school closed Friday A basket dinner was served and a pro fiiam given Mrs Mary Flory and daughters Mae and Jenny spent Sunday niter noon with Mrs Anna Netzly and family Dwight Netzly went to Kent Satur day to participate in the district scholarship test Mr and Mrs Melvin Deal and family spent Friday evening with Mr and Mrs Allen Haager and family Mrs Russell Maier of spent Friday with Mr and Mrs Ste phen Kurtz Mr and Mrs William Smith and Miss Cora Shivers of Cambridge and Mr and Mrs Eugene Shetler of Manchester were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Harry Netzlv and fam ily Rosemary HammeJ was a weekend guest of Kathryn McCarthney Clyde Cooper Charles Miller and Ward Smith were Sunday guests of Raymond Welsgarber Several local high school students visited an Akron rubber plant JVlllIon 1 REPUBLICANS NOMINATE JOE AGLER for SHERIFF Native of Stark business 14 ident of Grocers Association 8 years Alert and Aggressive His Election Will Insure Competent Administration of an Important Office JOK AOLKK BEECH GROVE Mr and Mrs Henry Hang of Springfield Center and Edward Harig of Massillon visited Mrs Caro line Harig Wednesday Mrs Fred Grimminger nnd family of Moffitt Heights visited her moth HDMERM JOHNS PUBLICAN FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE YOU VOTE FOR THREE Political Advertisement I FRANK S GELT FOR SHERIF Former Deputy Seeking Nomination On Republican Ticket This Candidate is Fitted by Experience Personal Habits and Person afity to fill the Office he is seeking to the satisfaction of all lawabiding citizens of Stark County Those to whom the law means little he will be a continual threat Here is a candidate who is not a political pussy footer He is a candidate seeking a public office on his merits If elected to that office will be found always at his post of duty Every lawabiding citizen should be interested in answering the following questions 1 Do you want a sheriff who is capable Do you want a sheriff who is honest Do you want a sheriff who when he takes the oath of office will be determined to uphold it Do you want a sheriff who will do his duty unafraid Do you want a sheriff who will not be controlled by the underworld 6 Do you want a lawabiding and lawenforcing sheriff IF YOU DOTHEN GO TO THE POLLS AND CAST YOUR VOTE FOR FRANK S GELTZ 4 5 GELTZ BOOSTER CLUB J McPEAK Chairman Political Advertisement FOB State Representative DAVID A KILWAY MASSILLON Democrat Primaries May 12 KOHR FOR Political Advertisement Frank C Wise Republican Candidate for State Representative Qualified by Experience 3 to be elected COME LET US REASON TOGETHER ABOUT THIS SHERIFF RACE Just who IS highly qualified and deserving of sup port is of much interest to every voter In our minds we are satisfied but let us reminisce and then we hope you will agree with the great body of men and women who are working for GUY C TIP HINER because he undoubtedly is qualified by ex perience Besides Hiner through the years has been an outstanding citizen civic minded in every way and is highly deserving of your consideration ALL CANTON REMEMBERS THIS OING back years VJ this week the newspaper headlines told about the dramatic oncl of four bandits on a farm jusl north of Canton Prior to this cliiimx these mobsters held up a bank nt Oration mur dering Harold Moss the cashier Later when speeding into Canton intent on releasing Oklahoma Slim Warden from the work house and sticking up a bank they were accosted by Motorcycle Officer Jiggs Wise and ordered to the police station But Wise didnt know with whom he was dealing On the wny in town the hoodlums turned in the Hnrrls burg road When Wise went action they shoved four guns in his pulled him into their car kidnaping him then speeded north In the running rig hi north of Canton Ralph Hoffcc was kill ed nnd Robert Bostain shot in the foot Mr Hiner a private citizen happened along iintt after a running battle of perliapn a mile succeeded In stopping their flight and aided materially In their capture Milo who shnriff at the time stated that if it had not been fur Hiner other lives might have been lost and lie bandits made their This man who now seeks the of fice of sheriff under fire and was there nt the finish He Jack Campbell were presented with medals for bravery by a grateful citizenship DONATED TIME AND DOLLARS TO HELP ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS Hiner also aided materially in the apprehension of the three of Peter Loutzen heiser They are now in the peni tentiary He hns been of great assistance nt other times in tracking down felons of nil types because his cnr weapons and himself have always been ready to aid the law enforcement offi cers He hns been a volunteer of ficer why not make him sherllf In fact He mognhied n bnlltustlc expert and considered nn expert with rifle and revolver lie has ml only do nated his time but thousands of dollars worth of equipment the sheriffs office and police de partment ACTIVE IN CIVIC AFFAIRS Was a member of the planning building and boxing commissions scrying without piiy Hns driven more than a million miles many hundreds of in Stark county and familiar with every road in the county a sports man and conservationist he has been in the vanguard for years and hns spent much money In stocking fields mid with game and fish Is a member mv director of the Stark County League of Sportsmen His early years were spent on the farm and he familiar with rural needs his parents grandparents and groatgrandparents having been born In this vicinity His father Cicero L Hiner taught school in Stark county morn than 50 years BACKER OF SPORTS He nlhetically inclined having donated time and money to base ball basketball nnd football Was a baseball nnd basketball player in his youth and organized the first professional basketball team and the money cleared was used to help finance the Central league baseball team under Babe Myers He president of the company that built the present baseball park and with nine other Can tonians promoted the last profes sional fool ball I earn which won the national championship but which was in the red financially With the others Hiner shared I ho burden of this loss He has backed many sporting activities EXPEIMKNCE IN7 INTUSTRV FRIENDLY TO Ho was lip Ionlrnllin sfciek liolilir and miiipr of n local In dustry dial lirmichf appnixl matilv Info County and enmloycd slenelilv approximately men As nn cmnlover lie wns fnYndlv lahor which fad Is now evidenced lr lie pnditrseiiieiits and stiupnH his former emiilovrs arr riviiii him FKIEM OF MIMTATIOV He etnplovril many vouni men In slimmer whieh made il uossihle for Ihem lo conliniie Ihelr er ediifiiiloii A number of yomiT er professional men owe I heir sfarl to the IriendKboost tlnl Miner ever readv In He graduated from Canton High school In 1900 INTERESTED IN SCOUT WORK Hlncr the first firstejass Scout Commissioner of Canton nnd In the early fimmelnjr of both boy nnd girl scout movements being a heavy contributor to both HIS GUARANTY He if eluded a Safe Sane nnd Sensible enforcement of IHW Hincr lias always been n liberal contributor to Republican campaign funds many years be fore he iver dreamed of seeking office DONT YOU AGREE WITH US We think these an good and suflicicnt rensons sound and logical for supporting Hiner for Shcrilf if you agree wont you join with us in putting over this well rounded many sided man of action who all his life has been thinking of the other fellow much morn than of himself L C HARMONY CHAIRMAN HinerForSheriff Citizens Committee Integrity Courage Ability Experience Why Kohr KOHR is PREPARED and he has a wide under standing of the problems of LABOR INDUSTRY I and AGRICULTURE KOHR is a WORLD WAR VETERAN and a fighting REPUBLICAN KOHR CAN and WILL represent all people for he is not tied by any special interests KOHR can win in No vember This District Needs Kohr in Congress Kohr for Congress Club David L llcim Chairman folh I Art veri is i REPUBLICAN PRIMARY ANNOUNCEMENT it THE WAY of the FAVORITE SON IDEA It is not because the Ohio dele gation expects its favorite Robert be nominated for president but because republicans think that with an uninstructed delegation to the national conven tion it will give the delegation greater latitude in the delibera tions which will name the tan didate With but one candidate entered in the primaries it was evident that without opposition he would walk away with the delegation in that a small minority vote would dictate the policy of the delegation A TAFT DELEGATION AS SURES THAT THE OHIO MEM BERS OF THE CONVENTION PERHAPS THE MOST MOMEN TOUS IN THE HISTORY OF THE PARTY WILL BE FREE TO ACT IN THE BEST INTEK Vote for the following Uninstructed Delegates from the 16th 17IRGIL O MATHIAS of New TJORACE M DOYLK of Wooster Philadclyihia candidate at the primary for delegate from the Six teenth District to the Republican National Conven is general manager of the Citizens Budget Co He was edu cated at the New Philadelphia High School at the Kuhns Normal College and at the Palmer Nor mal College He is chairman or the Tuscara was County Central Committee and clerk of the Board of Elections is a Mason and Elk He in married and the father of two children a school teacher Is a native of Ontario County New York and was educated at Hobart College and at Cornell University He was a second lieu tenant in the air service during the World War He is a Repub lican committee man in Wayne County and sec retary of the Re publican Central Ctommitiee of that county He in n member of the National Education Association the Ohio Education Association the Masons and American Legion Doyle la married and the father of two children He a candidate foj from the Sixteenth District ESTS OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY AND UNDOUBTEDLY WILL WIELD A GREATER IN FLUENCE IN ITS COUNCILS Leading Republicans of the state which has no candidate of its own are NOT in favor of tic Ing the delegation to be delivered In bulk to any particular candi date especially when there no contest Such a contest would have clarified the situation and would have bcnn at least a partial expression from the rank and file Several avowed candidates were invited to make the race but de clined and THEREFORE Stark D W LAWSON a former tele graph operator for the Penn sylvania Railroad resides at Kill buck Holmes county He has served as village clerk and a mem ber of the village council of Kill A buck and also as a member of the County Board of Elections He is secretary of the Sixteenth District Republi can Club at the present time and seeks election as a delegate from that district He is a member of the Christian Church the I 0 O F and the Knights of Pythias Lawson is married and the father of four children Republicans after due delibera tion believe that the interests of tlir Republican parly in Ihe stale of Ohio will be best served if the delegation goes lo Ihe convention iininstruclcd unfettered but free n act as ils conscience dictates in the host interests of Ihe party In harmony with the preceding statement we respectfully solicit your support for II W HOOVER North Canton HORACE M DOYLE Woosler VIRGIL 0 MATHIAS New Philadelphia K W LAWSON Killbuck Secretary 16lh District Republican Club Tuscarawas Wayne Counties W HOOVER candidate for delegate from the Sixteenth District is a resident of North Canton and president of the Hoo ver Co there He was gradu ated from the North Canton High School and attended Hiram College Hoover is a mem ber of the Com munity Church the Masonic Or der and the Knights of Pyth He is married and has two daughters and two sons He is a staunch believer In a Square Deal in preference to any new fangled New Deal in the na tional administration las   

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