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PAGE EIGHT THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1936 NORTHERN LOOPi Presenting League's Newest Pilots long before it could be seen, at about 9 o'clock in the evening. Actual flames and smoke did not chnur itn until luto in thn niaht NEWSOF NEAR&Y ,U111 vas - c& ui ouum iwc CUNNINGHAM'S RACE FEATURE I ' NEIGHBORHOODS Scio Scio Solicitors this week secured donations of $45 from Scio merchants and business men for expenses of the second annual fat lamb show to be held in this city the latter part of May this year. Each contribution was in the sum of $2.50, the committee stated, and not a single refusal was encountered, it added. E. P. Caldwell, for the past 11 years instructor in the seventh and eighth grades at Scio. was elected by the Lebanon school board Tuesday evening as Drin- cipal of the grade school at that place for the 1930-37 year. No successor has . been named for Caldwell at Scio. The C. W. Quarry family has moved from the Grimes acreage a mile northwest of Scio to the Stratton residence on the east out skirts of Scio, recently vacated by the Louis Dobrkovsky family. Twenty-five members from the Santiam Valley Grange No. 828 recently visited the Richardson Gap Grange No. 783, near Scio, the visitors officiating and conducting the work. Mrs. Fitzger- aid, bantiam lecturer, presented :the P'ogram. Lunch and a social nour concluded the meeting. Mr- and Mrs- Bert Bilyeu, who visited Scio relatives and friends lor several days, have returned ,0 tnlr nome in Kalama, Wash, Mrs. Bilyeu is the mother of Mrs. jart Hoagland of Scio Mrs. J. F. Oupor of Scio, ac- cornpanied Mr. and Mrs. Joe Va- isek ot Jefferson to Salem Sunday in the general hospital there lor OF HILL MEET Portland, Ore., March .28. A blazing sprint on the last lap last night gave- Glenn Cunningham of Kansas a victory over Sam Mc-Gaughy- of University of Oregon in a mile race which featured the Hill Military Academy's fifth annual indoor relay carnival. ! Cunningham's time was 4 min- utes, 34.4 seconds. He arrived by airplane yesterday afternoon. ' i Cy Adkins, University of Idaho, look third. University of Oregon's mile relay team composed of Howard Patterson, Alton Kropp, Short Freeman and Ken Miller, defeated the only other entrant in the major college division, Idaho, in 1:30.9. Miller, anchor man, fin-""i 50 leet ahead of the Ida-i hoan. e .ieia college won me mile relay for minor colleges in 3:36.9, wnn Oiegon Normal second and Pacific university third. Hill Military academy walked iwav with the Oreirnri infprsrhnl- astic carnival title, scoring 20 points. St. Helens and Hood Riv- :t ware next with three' points each. Milwaukie high won the inter - mediate prep division with 13 noints. Lonuvipw was mnH u,ith six points and Vancouver third with four. oenion. won the metropolitan division with eight points: Roose - i ' I ' 1 i Lincoln Ellsworth, noted explorer of the Polar regions, with Mrs. Ellsworth at Los Armeies on his return from exploration trips into Antarctic rontons. Ellsworth was lo-t 51 days last winter, but Mrs. Ellsworth, waiting in Honolulu, clunj to belief he was alive. elt, Grant and Washington were1?0 s?e Mr- uPr. w has been two weeks under treatment for were business callers in Eugene eye trouble. A cataract was re- last Monday. moved from the right eye, and M. S. Coon of Oakville was a Mr. Oupor is expected to be able business caller in Peoria last Monsoon to return to his home in this day. city. . .! ; . ' ArrnnBomntila Viaira hnon mnnA I . .s Four of the eight clubs on the Pacific Coast LtagtK will start the ,1834 season with new managers. Above are Willie Kamrn, ex-White Box and Cleveland third baseman, who'll sklpptr the Missions; and Bill Meyer, from the Newark club of the International League, as Oakland manager. Below art Max Bkhop, who coma: from the Boston Red Box MWld to aaana Portland; and Bill Klllrfer. ea-Cubi and Cardinal manager, who'll handle thins at Eaeramnnto. . jfr. and Mrs. A. M. Taylor have returned to their home in Albany after a few days visit at the home! of their son Percy Taylor and fam- I ily. Mr. and Mrs. John McLaren va irearicKson oi Lorvailis, t Mfrs. Oral Pay and children of' Clovcrdnle, Mrs. Edwin Larsen, miss Ruth Harris and the hostess, Mrs. S. A. Benedict . Riggi Wins Qver Thomas With KO,w-ks perkxl just ended. Also on the honor roll were COUNTS NOSES FOR BASEBALL By James 8. Sheehy Unlit Pr Stiff CrrpncUnt Seattle, March 28. Oregon and Washington State appear to have superior pitching and catching Strength which gives .them an edge on paper over opponents In the coming northern division conterenco baseball race. Con MoFadden, best pitcher in the league, will throw his sharp curves ior Coach Howard Hnhsnn who has the thorny task ot hand- I ling the 1934-35 championship Oiegon team, which lost 10 letter-men. . McFadden won08 lost one last year. He should win a half-dozen games this season- he will be aided by Bob Millard, star southpaw iioiu tue lyju liosh; Cece lnman, leiterman; Earl Buchnum, right-hunded leserve and BUI taaisnuli, Oiegon Normal transfer. Catchers include John Thomas, IcUeimau recei ve, ana Chief Mc-Loan, basketball star from South-em Oregon Normal. Ki,iriii,y liucii iniilcy at Wash-ingt'in iuaic has a pitching sum led by Ha.ry Soienson, veteran i liuiiufci', and "Leily" Marlowe, another letteiniua. Leily cui tti, ou Kinneman and Dam'li l icida, la-wcomcis, complete the i ctuli. , . ' i'lhc Cougars have such good rau;i;in1j spruipettt liiui luuibmi M;i:r hit' Guddard will likely go to the. out Held and the cleanup spul in the butting lineup. Ken fields, Yiiinu Junior college transier, wvu ituuk Hooper, last year's re-mm-vc,. will uo tn catching. . Orcgun's ini it-Id ana ouuield is WW! iiiot through loss of Kay Keen, Joe Gordon, Harry McCall and Outfielders Van Vliet and Clausen. John Lewis, Mark De Launay, Bill Courtney, Eddie Vail and Bill Dick will fight lor , Iniicld places. Amato and hurney and hard-hitting outfielders with little additional help in sight. The W. o. C. inlield will likely be Clyde Carlson or first, Ernie Bishop on second, George Ncthei-cutt at short and Max Schoening on third. Goddard, Ryan and Kranc, veterans, will patrol the outfield. - . Coach Tubby Gravos at Washington always has a pennant winning or contending team. He'a worried whether Mudy Enquist and Uoger Uawea, star battery, remain in school this spring. If they don't, he'll depend on jack Duly, Paid Mwlows, Lou Budniek and laeinie oius to pitch and uoy M-arlow and Milt Gatparovicn to oa-teh. Reh, Flrs-tenberger and Hcwson we regular inficldors and Ed Lov-eiieh and Leindccker hold-over BtMelders. - ' -Oregon State's ball club hinges en students buying 2,So(t activity tickets by this week-end to nuance Hiring sperts in lieu of compulsory eos. M's H-teely baseball will continue with Coacn kwie Gui losing eight tettermeit, three ot whom wene pitchers, Raemuasvn, Kul-bowsky and - McKwam. On tue inatMd he will depend on Dn Johnston, siar soph.; Orvill We-Bwea, Frad CraiW and Bob Ui-ko. Jawk Wnrniw, plk-her, Mid foot-bail signal caUer, likely will catch alone with itob Uwigatiom, basketball ;uard. ' -innurlanij and Wynne, roc, and Kebbe will iwht for first base; Mrm Worthley, May Scott, John KteOamootte, and Herman Gaglia for second, and Joe Gray, football ace-, likely will handle third. Coach Gill hasn't a shortstop in sAtfht. Outfielders include Bud Doek-ery and Earl Conkllng, basketball center; Willard Booth, Ike Wlnter-nwta and Rex P-embcrton. Coach Rich Fox of Idaho Insists nis chief weakness is grade A , pltchei-s, which likely will keep the Vandals from one-two league ratings. Francis Newton Is a holdover pitcher; Joe Wheeler and Bob Baldwin, catchers; Wnlly Ger- -QUI OUK WAY" be for the the on nn der the Los San by the John Bischoff family to re- c ' U ,- Leonard Hammer from O. S C. main on the Shindler farm near Suvcr. Mrs. Styphen Benedict spent the spring vacation wifli his Scio for the current season ' entertained Saturday aftprnoon sister. Mrs. Walter Vanderpool. Anne Dolezal of Scio has been with Vhower for KIrs-RalP" Kes" 1 , !',Bil,ly". Yutzie received a pain-re-elected to teach in the high Present were Mrs. Alfred fully bruised heel last Wednesday school at Powers in southern Fliclc'nKer and Bonnie Jean, Mrs. ; when a log caught his foot at the Oregon for the coming year She RalP" Kester, Mrs. Walter Vnn- mill where he was working. He has plans to attend sessions at OSC derP0'- Mrs- Willis Scott and Ed- been taking treatments in Albany and ONS during the summer die' Mrs- Harry Kester and Harry, daily since and will not be able to Miss Dolezal spent a brief spring j,r- .from Monmouth Mrs. Honrv work for several days yet. vacation at the home of her par- "entcmann and children of Forest Mr. and Mrs. Murry House have enta Mr and Mrs H A Dole- Grove' Mrs- E- B. Gobat, Mrs. M. moved from the Carl De Armond zal ' southeast of Scio She was Con8er- Mrs. C. M. Benedict, farm to near Seaside whore he has Several families attended thei Glenn Harris spent the weekend Farmer's Union at Bueaa Vista at his home. The U. S. dredge Friday night. The program was Mackenzie, on which he is work-furnished partly bv the Stiver ing, is in dry dock at St. John's people. State president of the for several weeks. accomtwnied by Dorothy Land- r, Powers student. Mrs. Lloyd Gilchrist returned Monday to Portland after a few days' visit with her mother, Mrs. Lillian Sims, at Scio. Mrs. Gilchrist is employed in Portland. J. B. Couey, for several years in the mercantile business in Scio, but recently of Hebo. Tillamook county, was reported this week - ... - . . . . . seriously ill at the home of Ins T , ' ' , T . ' . ? imi. jiiuuTTiJ-a ia saiu lu uu ivii. Couey s illness. No serious damage resulted. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Isom of Lake Creek community, motored to Albany on business Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Kisworth Curtis motored to Plainview Tuesday to call on Mrs. Brian Perry, former neighborh, whose husband died Monday morning. Louis Curtis, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Elsworth Curtis, is employed at the Carl Seefelt farm near Pine Grove. Mrs. Rachel Nicholson had the misfortune to slip when being seated in her faverite kitchen chair recently and broke . three ribs. She is in poor health. Fir Grove Firi Grove. Mrs. J. C. Stockton's mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Spencer of Monroe, visited her Sunday to celebrate Shirley's birthday. Mrs. Vanatta accompanied them. She is Shirley's ereat-arandmother, who is visitinc here from California. Vernon Nash is home from Sweet Home. He is confined to bed with the flu. Ercell Henry Ingram is improving after an attack of pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Frank and family transacted business in Lebanon Saturday and Sunday they visited their son, Archie Frank. Mr. and Mrs. Bert James and family and Herbert ngram visited F. E. Ingram of Albany Saturday- Harold Olson visited at home from hiss work at Tillamook. Mr. Olson returned Sunday evening. iwr. ana Mrs- William Hall returned home Monday after a week end at the Bill Merzenick home in Lebanon. Lee Nash of this community is taking part in a play for a community meeting of Sodaville. , Mrs. N. P. Vipond and children are confined to their homo with bad colds and flu. DeiuuL-iat-neiijio Vaiit Ada RrinB Result H Dance OREGON HILt B I LLI ES Will Play at MOOSI HALL (Albany) Sat. Night, March 28 Joe Says Spares are . sq easy to steal-- .and eaier to, J. L. Stuart Ins. Agency Nothing But Insurance NOW PLAYING ENDS SATURDAY A RIOT OF SUNDAY A BIG DOUBLE BILL PLUS i SI' "" " ."' . "J tt.l '" - ml BIT j. a cut si"5L wp" w Js . f9THW Salem. Ore., March 2t, Frank I Riggi, 1M, Brooks, on the ' trail I to a northwtst light heavy title. knocked out Cyclona Thomas, law, Seattle, who once held that title, in the fourth round of a scheduled ten round bout her last night. Eddie Norrls, 1M, Salem, disponed of Jack Curley, 134, Portland, in the- first round of a six round semi-final. Other results: Zickie Shell, 142, Gorvais, and Harry Kensley, 144, Portland, drew; Alva Anderson, 144, Scio, over Eddie La Valley, 14, St. Johns; Martin Kivie, 123, Portland over Johnny Hall, 120, Seattle; Johnny Coleman, 114, Salem, ever Tiny Larkin, 115, Salem. - Hit-Run Cose Brings $ 1 0 Fine, Remission Marrisburg, (Special) A hft and run driver case heard here Wednesday afternoon resulted in a fine of $10 which was remitted. J. C. Wooley, justice of the peace, heard it. The case was the aftermath of a slight wrack which took- place here Monday afternon. Leroy Hooper, said to b a deaf mutt- newcomer from Nebraska, drove his' car across the highway and struck a car driven by Mrs. Lester Coate, damaging it somewhat. Hooper, said that he stopped as soon as he could and looked back but seeing no damage went on home. Later he and some of the family returned to town and learned what had happened. They agreed to pay damages. BEST D-KRSED New York, March 28. The fashion Academy named eight women ; Mrs. Fred I Hoadarmel who is at A baby boy, who has been Sunday afternoon at the O. J. Bag-the noma of her n,. Ed. Holland, named Leland Marion.-was bom-'ley home. following a months hospitalrza- l0 Mr., and Mrs. Lster Haisht Mr. Linegal- of the Fairview twin at Albany, is reported rnak- Thursday, March .J 9, Mrs. Haight neighborhood .suffered a severe ing slow recovery, bha under- and lhc baoy are at (he hoT,e ()f pnraiytic stroke last Wednesdeay. w'"t a "J01- t""ation in Albany. ner pa,.entSi Mr. ,nd Mrs. O. M. Their son, Cart, who haj been The Scio town council is to A1n, working for W. J. Kerr is at home -."u" ' pr , w- J- Kprr took a load f "I"""0 and Russell who is working in Scio mill buildm permit appli- to Portland Monday for Mr. Riddle Idaho, has been sent for. cation Is to have further consider- of Monmouth. CB J. De Armend traded his car V?' . , . , Miss' Ruth Harris returned to in for a new one last week. Mrs. .E. D. Myers scored high n s r Si,n,v ino -cmr Mi r r nn.miac visiinH Mrs aghty, short, and Bill Katsilo-metes, Paul Anderson and Russ HonsoweU, . outfilders. Bill Kramei or Dan Stover may able to play first bane acceptably and Harry Wishart, Joe Hol-aer and Ralph Crouch will fight the opan second and third base jobe- Seattle Seahawks , Win Hockey Title Vancouver, B. C, March 28. The Seattle Seahawks climaxed a brilliant last half drive In the northwestern Hockey league here last night, winning tit league championship with a 2-1 victory over the Vancouver Lions. The Hawks, deep In the cellar at season's hallway murk, rose steadily after Frank "Blond Flush" Foyston assumed management of club. They finished the regular scnedule in iirst place and defeated Vancouver three gam to in the thi'ec-uCtt-of-live plky-offs. Hoy t Is Selected As Tennis Manager Rusty Hoyt, veteran number threv man, was selected businr.su managvr of the Pirates' tennis ; team yetrdy. Hoyt amumed . duties immediately, and negotiations are now being conducted with other schools for matches. He is also attempting to ar range an early start lor the lad tournament to be played qp i campus. Coos LeeM Ptey Due to Srort Today San Francisco. March 2fi. The 1936 season of the Pncille Coast baseball league opens today on four California battlefields. Portland pluys nt Siicrnmcnto, Seattle at Oakland, San Diego at Angeles, and the Missions and Francisco in Snn Francisco. next with .five each. Four Gain Highest Honor ot Scio High Scio (Special) Four Scio high school students, Ella Mall, Loris Hollis, Helen Light, and Natalie Phillips, attained the hinst r,". '"7" 't Whit lMtlicnn ' loon noDertson, . jerry Faltus. Bene aprague, jaunice Tnaytr and Jack Yeager. Hardy students set a nw hih in attendance record for the pMt six wevks. Freshmen and jutjluM mores, according to Principal J. H. Tumbleson, tied with 99 pr cent attendance. Juniors registered Kg per cent and seniors 97 pr cent. Fifty-five of the 10 in Scio high were neither abaent nor tardy for the period. Dowson ond Snider Form Parnorohlr. 1 - - ipaypp Wilbur Dawson and Claire Suir der, who have been in the Si-ploye ot Frank Dannals, pioneer Albany painter, have announced a partnership and are today starting out in their own business. Dawson, who has had 25 years' experience, has been with Frank Dannals for the last 12 years, and Snider, with 13- years at the business, was with that firm for three years. While they will do a gciwval painting business, the new firm will specialize on interior decor ating, giving special emphasis to artistic room finishing in paints and wall paper. Their announcement appears in today's paper. Mrs., Silbestra ViHor Dies Friday Afternoon Mrs. Silbestra Villar, 28, a native of Mexico, died at the Bridgwater hospital at 3 p.m. yesterday, March 27. She was born Dec. 31, 1907 and had been a resident of Oregon for the last nine years. as, a sister in Salem, and one in Cochran of this state. Funeral services will be held from St. Mary's church at 9 a.m. Monday, March 30. Rev. John Waters is to officiate. Interment will be made in the Riverside cemctry. It's the Berries" Is Lebanon Slogan Plans for the 27th annual strawberry fair on June 6 and 7 at Lebanon, are said to be in advisee of the annual schedule. W. R. Alvin, ci, airman of the ways and means committee has been active for several weeks. The slogan committee has decided upon the slogan, "It's the Berries." Mayor T. W. Munyon is taking an active part in making the fair one of the greatest in Its history. J. C. Fingenhagen. chairman of the cake committee, announces that the design of the cake this year will be of the pyramid type. Larry Bennett is chairman of the committee to contact the high schools of this section of the state. The various committees are said to be making good progress. Bodies of Crash Victims Token Home home near Salem Sunday after- noon ' Mr and Mr, 0r,, Rv nrt .,,' j, r-V. ' j.r,aJ 1n chll familine Mt-i Wllmr,( K-nl companied them to Ch;verdale Sunday to visit for a few days. A number of people from here attended the funeral of Perry Carter at Albany Monday afternoon. wuik hi a mm. . Mr. and Mrs. Joint Smith and ohildren spent the weekend at The Dalles with Mr. and Mrs. Tom De Armond. Ornn Fairfield moved Sunday to 'the Christianson mill in King's me iii i.-iiniiouii linn in i-wii Valb-y where he is employed as night watchman. Mi- nnrl Mro T7:,,-l Rmilh nnrl duuehter Violet of Albany sDent Bagley Monday afternoon. She renorts that thpv are hrnoriine lflflO ' little chickens. " Harry Kester. who hurt his leg last week when he was thrown from a trailer, is better and cx- poets to be able to carry the mail next weck. He and Mrs. Kestes and the baby spent a few davs last week with his sister. Mrs. Oral Raw and family at Clovcrdnle. StCvc Benediot got two fingers on his left hand badly cut Tucs- da-while unloading a plow. It was necessary to go to a doctor to have the hand dressed. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McCustion of Fnl! rilv snent Sundav with their daughter, Mrs. Ralph Kester, and family. Miss Doris Cmmcr of O. S. C. spt'nt Sunday at the home of her parents. Fay Lamphere, who fell and broke several ribs last week while u.n.lfini, nn n cchnnl Vinilrlinif in Albany, is improving but ftot yet able to work. Halsey Halsey About fifty members of the local Odd Fellow lodge and miosis from Harrisburu. Browns ville. Albany and Sliedd gat&-cred at the local hall Monday evening to hold a special meeting to honor Grand Master Frank W. Sexton of The Dalles who made his official visit to the local group. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Vcatch and Clarence Mann were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Stella Bowen. Mrs. Dana C. Rossman has been confined to her bed since last Saturday with a return of her former ailments. i l ne memoers oi me sopnomore English class accompanied by j some of the teachers motored to Junction City Monday night to see-"The Tale of Two Cities.".! Other young people there were ' Miss Fern Rossman. Miss-Leila : Gansle. John Boughten. Cjr alter j Pelham and Mr. Wright. Mrs. Fred Robins is the latest victim of the mumps in Halsev. Mr. and Mrs. E. Claire Miller motored to Eugene Sunday after- noon and called on their son, Thomas Miller and wife. ( Excessive speed on the curve just north of town Tuesday morning caused a badly wrecked sedan. A woman occupant was taken to the Albany hospital where she was treated lor a skinned nose. Her husband was the driver. ; Albert Foote of Springfield was a business visitor in town 2rxx.s-liay morning. T 1 I A bad Hue fire caused coiT?Id-eralile excitement m the southwest id of Halsey Saturday niiiht. Neighbors of the J. W. Davis family smelled the firej today as the best dressed in the : She was married to Ignacio Villar nation. They were: Kay- Fancis, I in Mexico. screen; Princess -Ketto Mlkeladze, Beside her husband she Is sur-society; Helen Hills Moody, sports; I vived by a daughter, Marie Villar, Jane Pickens, radio; Shelia Bar-1 of Halsey. also a brother in Tex- rett, night club; Mrs. James J. Farley, public life; Helen Glcason, opera; Ilka Chase, stage. By WILLIAMS farmers Unwn, Mr. Potts, talked about the national convention wivvjui nit- iiciiiuiiui Lull VIMIIIUU whien he recently attended and Mrs- Hogg of near Salem showed Knmo nirtin'nc nt inlnrnntmn..! r ooeralive nlants. r jng spent the spring vacation at her home. E. L. Baker hnd the mi-fortune to lose one of his work horses last weck. Mr, and Mrs. qho Marstellar of port!nnd spent Sundav with Mr. and Mrs. i, G. Arehart. Mr. and Mrs. Honrv Genteman Bnd children of Glenwood. near Forest Grove.': spent lh- weekend' visiting with, relatives. Thev spent Saturday night at the Ralph Kcs- tcr 'home. Mr. and Mrs. George Ruef of In- dependence visited Mr. and Mrs. Bagley Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs TvW .Tnhnenn and Olive visited at the Alton Johnson home in Albany Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Johnson and baby re- turned home with them where Mrs. Johnson and the bnby are visiting while he is working fori Steve Benedict. A hahv hnv tunc hnrn in Mr nnrl ' Mrs. Wm. Yutzie Thursday. March I i. He has been named (Jlenn Lee and is the first son, but scconH child. Mr. and Mrs. Don Knieht of Albany are staving at the Yutzie home where Mrs. Knight is taking care of Mrs. Yutzie and the baby, both of whom arc doing nicelv. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Harris and Glenn called at the Jay Thomas Divorces Mate Mrs. Douglas MarLean. shown in a Los Angelrs courtroom where ahrwcured a divorce from Doug-tosv. .irLe.m. film star ot tlie , o . r -m v . i at bridge Friday at the home of Mrs. Fled Jones. The meeting was the final one W the season for the local bridge club. Mrs. Merle Cy- rus is retiring president. Mr. and Mrs. E. p. Myers of Scio observed their silver wedding anniversary. Friday March, 20. The couple was married in Scio March 20, 1911, in the residence now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ewmg, then the property of Mrs. Myers parents, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Shclton. Mr. and Mrs. Myers have lived in Scio continuously since their marriage, Mr. Myers ueins i-usmer oi wc ocio oiaie bank. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Shelton celebrated their golden anniver sary in 1932. No further action had been taken Wednesday by the Scio schdbl board relative to employment of additional teachers for the coming year. C. M. Kuby, employe of the Quigley Logging company ast of olio, iusi me ran oi ins ien uiuiuu late luesnay aitcrnoon in an ac- cident with an axo. He was given attention by a local surgeon. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Rick- ard of Independence have moved into the Shelton cottage at the rear of the Tribune office. Mr. Rickard will be employed in the iimoer Dy iiuy van uium n is stated. Mrs. Amanda Plummcr has been ill at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Fioinces Cole at Turner for several days. Hershel, 11 - car-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller, farmers a few miles southeast of Scio, is reported recovering from an emergency appendectomy at Leban on, March 20. Peoria 1 Pcoria.-Miss Ellen Edson of Tillamook and Earl Barnes of Halsey procured a license in Corval-lis last Saturday and were married. They are to live in one of George Baync's houses. NFr. and Mrs. Carl Ginrihart nnH daughter Ma (cl ret Ann visited i .. . ...i ..i..i;...u. n. i ..v. 1U1 OMIIMrt,. t.llll 1VIM1I.C3 HI IjtU- Dr. and Mrs. Waltz of Salem vis- C ited at the Mr. and Mrs. Horace Clingman home last Sunday. Mr. Clmgman is not very welt this winter. , Sevrnil from this Vicinity wont to Albany Tuesday to honor Mrs. Mary Johnson on her 88th birthday. Her neighbors and friends also called to offer greeting and congratulations during the day and evening. I mm here were Air. ond Mrs. A. I.. Knighteu, Ihelma and Keith Knighten. Mr. and Mrs. Leighton Bayne and family and Mr. and Mrs. George Workinger. Kenneth and Jean Workinger of . . ... m,-( I WONDER A c-.:'.' - WHERE I -? -''.VirT'iXr-' ". A COULD FINCl ) Wtip -VJ L S- V A MECHANIC? .N 'S S''Z""- 'M A LAMP OF PLFNTV. Oracle. Ariz.. March 28. The bodies of four Phoenix, Ariz.. Junior chamber of commerce officials, w ho were killed when their plane crashed on the slope of the Ualluro mountains, were brought here today. They were returning from Installation of n junior chamber of commerce eviptrr at Douglas. Aril., whM'VNk four-seat cabin plane crasiSan TfiursdiJ TVmncrnt-Herald Want Ads. Bring Results, . o . jileut" era. Halsey,

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