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Q - --s r a ' cat ..y - T PA6E SIX :? ' T H E ' A L' B Aq Y D R M 0 C R A' T . H E R X L' u l XC B ft K Y 0 K E 5 0 FT FRIDAY, APRIL' 3 1936 - Qa C. A. Anderson of the Sweet 'Blazing Ben' TOPNOTCHERS DUE TO DEMONSTRATE ON ARMORY CARB i . jam - i l OAKLAND TAKES LEAD; PORTLAND TRIPS MISSIONS i (Br UnltHi Pr) i Oakland Acorns defeated the Los Angeles Angels, 12 to 3. in itkiu iii'mntntf in an linHiunntpH fonrf In lnnl elnnriinwis nnrt uiv- pig opposing clubs and diamond whom appear here tonight, put on proenosticators a real nut to a wild, terrific bnttlc in Eugene. Crock. . I Burns is Herb Owens' most popu- ' Neither the dooesters nor the"ar scientific wrestler while Lips- Aneels could find the answer to Oakland's winning streak which ha given them three consecutive factories over the Angels. T-'Playlng in their own ball-yard, the Oaks blasted everything four pitchers could offer for 16 base hits. Willie Ludolph cut off the Angels with seven bingles. ' The Oaks had Portland to thank for their leaBuc lead.- The Beavers, despite three errors, collected pine, hits off Walter Beck and broke the Mission Reds' winning Streak. 4 to 3 in 10 innings. Bill j Foccdcl Kept tne Keas .seven saie-ties well scattered. Dixie Howell, former Alabama football star now playing with the Portlandors, maintained his average at the plate, hitting twice in four attempts, but was guilty tt two errors. ' San . Francisco's Seals : finally turned the tables on Bill Killc-rcr's youthful Sncromento Sena tors, but managed the feat only by scoring one run in their half) of the ninth while the Senators tyent scoreless. r Dutch Reuthcr's Seattle Indains finally broke Into the win column in their series with San Diego, hammering Campbell, Herbert Hile and Hnckctt for 13 hits and a 7 to 4 decision. Paul Gregory was relieved bv Lou Koupal on the mound for Seattle -In the fifth, but received credit for ; the Indians' win by virtue of a four Ben Eastman, former Stanford and Olympics distance runner, easily won his first race of the year, running for the San Francisco Olympic Club in a meet with the University of California at Berkeley. Here he Is winning the 880 in 1:55.4 with Brace of California yards behind in second place. The Olympic Club won the meet T5' to 05'i-. OLYMPIC HOOF TOURNEY GETS START TODAY New York. April 3. One pf the greatest collection of basketball stars ever gathered urfder one roof wilt start nlav late today in the Olymoic basketball finals at Madison Square Garden. Eight of the nation's outstanding teams, survivors of sectional eliminations, are entered In the tournament to pick the 14 players ITncle Sam will send to Berlin this summer. The tournament will be officially opened by Dr. James A. Naismlth, 74-ycar old professor of physical education from the University of Kansas, who nailed up a . pair of peach baskets in a gym at SDringficld. Mass.. 45 years ago and invented basketball. . Pairings ' for the first round game follow: 5:J0 p.m.. University of Washington vs. DePaul of Chicago. 7:00 p.m. Utah State vs.'Wil-merding. Pa., Y. M. C. A. 8:30 p.m., U. of Arkansas vs Universal Pictures of Hollywood, Cal. 10:00 p.m. Temnle U. vs. Mcpherson, Kans,, Oilers. The survivors will meet in the semi-finals tomorrow night, and the championship game will be staged Sunday night. Although the winning team is expected to place the largest number of men on the Olympic team, players will be named from other squads. It is expected seven men will be named from the winning team, five from the runner-up team, and two from the remaining teams. The coach of the winning team will automatically qualify for a similar role with the Olympic squad. His assistant will be coach of the runners-up. The McPherson, Kan., oilers, who average 6 feet 6 '4 inches, are favored to win the tourney. The Hollywood Universals, who led the Oilers, 19-7, at half-time in the A. A .U. final only to lose in the last half, are picked to gain the final with the McPherson team. The opening game between the University of Washington, a tall fast-breaking team that swept the Pacific coast series, and De Paul mid-western representative, which has bowed in defeat only four times in three seasons, is regarded as a tossup. School Operetta at . . .. , - aweeT noma kIKOa - - Sweet Home.-(SPecial).-The K.td h0liehPerwa,a' ."iverfa'st Thursday "and PayninS .c nri,lv nllnnried nnrt hiahlv rul-ededVbvU aci,v a diences T'hPe lca 1 ageP seeLry a set- XpZ IfrdlnVkmg n " " ." i " ' .," .u ,.,..i, f i,ii, POYNTON TO WIN OLYMPIC VoiNTS rotating tut- Mil OlvmiiK-! is .Mr ' iJorot ii v I'oyiunn inn. wim already holds i lie 'living Uili- in - those pnneft' luivlni! wmi nt l.i-s Angeles In l!i::2 .1 nt i m u I rum n few of the line point (ispln t-iJ In her diving u shown iihuvc nnd In her pulchritude, Ijclmv dnrlitu n tnitniujt session In Ln Aneles, s1( sintnid hnvt- little ;roulile in repenting. states that the plaintiff is not fit to care for the couple's two minor children and asks their custody in behalf of the defendant. Meeting Series Is Announced by Banks Anitounccment was made today by Rev. Alan 11. Banks of the Pentecostal Assembly of God, 223 East Second street, 'that he will conduct a series of meetings at thai cnurch U'oiri April & tq 10, discussing topics as follows: April 5, "The lllg topics as inilOWS April 0, I lie ' Christ of the Cross"; April 6 "The I Light of the Cross"; April 8, "The Power of the Cross"; April 9, "The vieiim .if thB-fWn"! Amil in liilig;i: l I i I j I Home Heights neighborhood, had the misfortune to lose a brooder house and 90 chicks Saturday mnrnino u-hn Ihp hmodpr house burned. ' It is thought a spark jfrom the stove mused the fire. Irene Neugart was in Albany Mondav evening to see her sister, June, who has been quite ill for the past two weeks, at the home !of her mother, Mrs. Hilda Neu-g.ut. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Akse and daughter returned Sunday eve-1 ning from a short visit with rcla-! tives at Astoria. The grade school board have hired the following teachers. Miss Freirti Meyer, Salem, for the fifth and sixth grades, Stella Moser, Sweet Home for the third and fourth grades; Ida Ray, Crab- ... t! Rlaiikenship, present principal. has resigned. No one has been selected to fill the vacancy. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Jones of Maupin, house guests nt the Home of their daughter, Mrs. W. A. Short, went to Cascadia Monday afternoon for a few days' visit at the John Short home. Mrs. Swan Swanson has been ,,u ,,.itK r, oKnu f fi the past several days. i The Clarence McCready family and Mrs. Elsie Raber. were in" Corvallis Sunday visiting rela- tjvcs Ida Ray of the grade school faculty, spent the week-end with her relatives at Salem. W. L. Scott of the Liberty dis trict, who has been ill for several able to be out again weeks, is much 'improved and is Tangent Tangent,. Mr. and Mrs. S. H Moses of Philomath, Mrs. D. O Woodworth, Mrs. Blanche Bethers, Mr. and Mrs. Rov Scott, and Mi unci j ami Mrs. Cecil Richard, and son Jackie, were Sunday dinner guests, at the home of Mrs. and Mrs. J. E. - , . . , 81st birth anniversary of Mrs. L. F. ... - . Smith. Fivte generations of the .famith family were present. Melvin jenks is cported to be quite iu du0 l0 lna.ction his "m, and Mrs. Bert Savlor, and Barbara Ann. "and Mr. ' 5nd M- McGllir A1" hanv nnni nnri:iv ufim-nnnn t the'home of Mrs. Katie Saylor. Mr. Mvers and Mr. Green of San Francisc0- William Stortz of Brownsville, and Billie and Clarke obermeyer, of Waldport, were Th..srl.,v Pvnin dinner enests at th hn nt .... nf, ,,. H rt obermeyer, A surprise birthday dinner was K . r - ... eiVon Saturday eveninc. March 14. , ,h u j ,,,. u n Qbermever. the occasion honor-; jn tne birth anniversarv ot Mr. . Obermeyer. The rooms of the Obermeyer home were decorated wnn Douquets ot aatioous, ana lovv ,sP''in!? blossoms Following u 1 X '-,1 , Br . - -f u, '"i" K. A. Hulbert. Covers were set for Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Forster. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Grell, Mr. and Mrs. . t)ut in Front i T jng in the motor burned out neces- sitating a forced landing which was made with difficulty. Flurries of snow carrying out March's lionized disposition fell in this vicinity at frequent intervals over the weekend. Sunday morning residents awoka- to find the 1 1 u fm.i-th tn four inehes nf nnur ...ki.k n. n..oi nj ,, Y.,..t.. vraa ...... v, u n before ten o'clock. . ..' "".""' "v"" "V . . . nr-H Mrs nhn IfirinfO nrtH V"' ,c',.,"j" 1 A'ttpndanee-'at thc VVells school , Qa"ce al me vvens scnooi jor March was good considering the.anunt of illness throughout ' 1055 daati .sent lor more man one aay at a time from the Wells schoul during the month. . Growers of both, field and or- chard crops are optimistic con- cerning the prospects for this years crops. The weather has been a bit unfavorable during the past several aays xui ean.v siuuuii;, uui ! Lh?y ar? put M readiness hntwnnh enrme Between siorms. .... A great deal of plowing has been ;n progress here in preparation for a spring crops sowing. Sweet Homo e. i u b., r-i,n,-ioc Sundstrom of the Portland Bible school, a Swedish evangelist and singer, 'Will begin a series oi minnnn tetin lAIMflnoc fit llin hrtC- ter church and the Sweet Home church will join in the services. Rev. Sundstrom, who will be accompanied by a singer and musi cian will conduct taster night' services at the Sweet Hcmej church. . I Mr. and Mrs. Delmcr G-.o hong: Df Holley are the parents of an 3'4 pound baby girl, Norma Rae, who was born Sunday, March li. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Winkler have received word of the birth of an 3-pound daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Pans Winkler of El Centro. Cal. The baby has been named Patsy Jean and is the first grand daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Winkler. Neil Sylvester had a cyst re moved from his right eye Monday at the office of Dr. Langmack I i I i I ; i , I j ' i run rally by his mates in the!""8 morning. Bobby Burns will be after Paddy Nolan tonight at the armory in on attempt to add the Irishman to the long list of his defeated. I Last night Burns acquired another victory for his record by coming back at Jack Lipscomb, renowned ruffian, to take the lust two falls after dropping the first in I EugCne. I Burns and Lipscomb, both of I comb IK the most villainous 01 mo meanies. The bout was lengthy in time but fast in action. After the falls stood one apiece, they went at it hammer-and-tongs each resorting to his favorite style of attack. Lipscomb slugged furiously in trying to beat out a win, while the Invincible Burns withstood all bodily attacks, finally applying a body press for the win. In tonight's double main-event Lipscomb will have a chance to wreak revenge for his defeat. He meets Ralph Wolfgang in what should be a ding-dong battle ull the wav. They clash in the first match of the evening at 8:30. Rain Expected to Block Ball Game Drenched from a downpouring of rain last night and this morning, Central field was reduced to a diamond of mud, making it im- probable that it would dry in time before today's scheduled game between the Albany Bulldogj and the Crabtree CCC team. The contest was slated to start at 3:30, and was to have been the first baseball game of the year fur Albany. The rains put the field in a soft condition. Unless a warming sun breaks from behind clouds the tilt will be cancelled, Tuffy El- lingson, Bulldog coach, announced Pepper Martin Hurt In Exhibition Game Atlanta, Ga., April 3. Pepper Martin, St. Louis Cardinals right Holder, will be lost to his teum at least two weeks, the club trainer announced today. Martin crashed into the right field fence while chasing a long riy in the lirst Inning of an exhibition game yesterday with the Atlanta Crackers. He suffered a cut on his right hand. Mr. Worrell Wins Quilt Show Prize Mrs. Ollie Worrell of Albany won grand prize at the o,ui!t show conducted at the J. C. Penney store here last week, it was announced today by Walter Arbuthnot, manager. On exhibit were more than 2U quilts, all adjudged of high quality by the judges, consisting oi Zeima Parker and Neva Andersen, Albany schoul domestic science depuitinent instructors. Mrs. Worrell' quilt was declar ed pleasing in. eveiy way and wholly practical, tjuilts were judged as to simpli city, color, design and expertnesa nt construction. They were shown in seven competitive dulses. Other winners were us tollows: Best quilted quilt, : workmanship, Mrs. Libby Nofziger ; best applique pattern, Mrs. Carrie Lilian!; oldest quilt, Mrs. Anna Iike, who showed u quilt., mode.. 130 years ago; best pieced quilt, Mrs. D. Anuild; mik.1 unique nesij;n, Mrs. Altu Smith; best workmanship among the older quilts, Mrs. W. C. Mitchell, who showed a well pit-seivi-d. untmted quilt that was more thnn 110 years of age. Schedule Changed To Start Monday County School Superintendent Rex l'utniun tuday niiiuiuiu-ed that effective next Monday classes at the Albany high schoul and at the two junior high schools will convene at 8 a.m. daily, and will be dismissed at 2 p.m. This, the superintendent explained, Is to permit construction activities at the high schoul and Mmlison school without conflict with class work each uin-rnoun. At the high school the noun recess will be curtailed to approximately half all hour, Mr. Putnam said, but-at the junior high schools a full hour following noon will be reserved. Hl'SBANU COMES HACK Irving 11. Goulard denies that he is to blame fur marital troubles between himself and Myrtle Goulard, plaintiff in a divorce complaint on file at the office of the county clerk. Denial is contained in the defendant's answer, which John Grell, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Gale, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Newport, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jenks, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Richardson. Mr.' and Mrs. K. A. Hulbert, and the host and hostess. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Obermeyer entertained a group of friends last Tuesday evening, the event honoring Mrs. A. R. Forster. High bridge score went to J. E. Jenks. At the close of the evening refreshments were served by the hostess to the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jenks, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Newport. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Forster, and daughter, Irene, Mr. and Mrs. John Grell. and daughters, Genevieve and Helen, and Mr. and Mrs. Huch Richardron. The Tangent Bridge club met at the home of Mrs. A.TJ. Hudson, last Thursday afternoon. High bridge scores went to Mrs. A. R. f?.ter- ra"d consolation to Mrs. Lillie Westcot. Guests were Mrs. L. G. Shirley. Mrs. Hugh Richardson, Mrs. K. A. Hulbert, Mrs. D. O. Woodworth. and Mrs. Ann Davis. Wayne McWhorter spent two days at his home this week, returning to his work in Eugene Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Hulbert and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hulbert of Al- bfn' were Sun,day Id'"ner8uests at,t,re,hom f M-Llllle Westcot. Waldo Forster has secured a position at the Russell hatchery near Corvallis. Mr- and Mrs. Axel Gilberg of Albany spent last Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. John son. Margaret Muller of Corvallis and . Martha Muller of Albany spent Thursday afternoon at the home of Mi', and Mrs. A. R. Forster. Mr. and M,rs. William Ober-mever and sonsv Billie and Clarke, of Waldport wer. Sunday visitors at the H. B. Oberrhpyer home. Audrie Bartu and' Edns Thayer of Scio spent last Thursday ofter noort at the home of Mrs. Katie Saylor. M Obermeyer and Mrs. E. O. Newport spent last Salur- . - uav in (..orvaiiis, Fred Robbins of Portland spent a few days this week Visiting at the home of his daughter, Mrs. E. Xia'and Carl, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Grell. are reported tof be vermg from an attack of measles. - Mr. and Mrs. Jack Denton of San Diego and Mrs. Nancy Hulbert of Albany spent a few days last week at the home of Mrs. Lillie Westcot. - -- ' WRESTLING TONIGHT ALBANY ARMORY . 8:30 p.m. , : Double Main Event: Each match best 2 out of 3 falls, 1', - hour limit BOBBY BURNS vs. PADDY NOLAN JACK I.'lPSCOMB vs. . .. RALPH WOLFGANG GOOD CURTAIN RAISER - NOW r LAYING ENDS SATURDAY ' Appearing far the first time in trieute to the country doctor! THEDlQItHE qUinTUPLETS 'sicouirrmr DOCTOR with IFAN HFRSIiniT UOKUIHT KtTtRSON sZX Matinee Every Day jvtn COMING SUNDAY BIG DOUBLE BILL 4 GREAT STARS Advcnturt! IntrigutH Luf htcrlll VICTOR MctAGLE FREDDIE ARTHOiOl HUE UtSSED B. -T I FUTURE EVENT 11' I Hill rj on LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS Sodaville Sodaville.'- The government study club will meet at the home of Mrs. Earl Calahan the afternoon of April 10. This organization is snnnnnrnH lw thn wnmon'o nnvil. iary of the Young Democrats club. meetings are held every j two weeks. The object is the study of wcim,. iuc uujn.1 int. oiuujr iu 5Sn thi 0cSr"f Sodaville, Crowfoot fndPpia regardless of party aftiliation, are i i ii : welcomed to the meetings. Zola LaForge. Uldinc Rudisil ,and Doris Mailman, pupils in piano and Floyd Rudisil in cornet, were presented in a recital at the school house Friday evening by Mrs. A. H. Parrish. Juanita and Marian Kau, former pupils, each rn8,,. n'JfSflSS, hS voung musicians in presenting the young musicians in presenting thc evening's program were the community orchestra. Leota and Lor- aine Rose, who played two piano duets and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blackwell who gave a number on sahPheal0m L??0 c E con. tT Sund M out Sard ' " ",c niin-ii moAiut : om- han 7s lea?cr' Ihe contest las,ed ,for '.I weeks; throughout which ir.S ""e anoiner in attendance ana Bi r-nllm-c- nl 11 a Al,,,. C-nt I Sundny aftPrnoon were Mr, and Mrs. Archie Frank and children of Lebanon and Mr. and Mrs.- Arne Nordstrand and family and John Beckel of Lacomb. I. O. Haskin of the Liberty district spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. H. S. Fort. Mrs. C. D. Stringer, Crowfoot, spent Monday as Ihe guest of Mrs. C. F. Snider. - Wells Wells. An airplane owned nnd nilotod bv Norman Ralston, with assistant pilot Joe McGlnsson, both Lr rv. L. 1 r, j pni pI-.nrtri ri.-i.wn in one of Mr. Stellmacher's large grain fields about 12 30 o'clock Monday afternoon. They had tak- len off from Hillsboro and were headed for Corvallis when a bear- Rv WILLIAM? mm "I'liu World and the Cross ". Each ; school artists. The colorful cos-bl? siS owartl h as st...pr, -' meeting will begin at 7:30 p. m. tumes of the Island gi.rls, natives, vati'ng' for Ithe fourfda on of a On April 12, Easter Sunday, at sailors and tourists made a gorg- house he is bldlneor h?s broth-11 a m. n-v. Banks will preach ; eous picture when the choru. of ,aw rgfriStTr bLf. on the subject: The Order and ninety people were on thc stage. Bh,.e jont Glory of the Resurrection." At The dancing chorus of twelve girls i Mr' and c F Smder nt 2:0 p. m. Rev. A. R. Dollarhide of i received a number of encores. daughter, Jcannctt; who was nome Corvallis will speak and at 7:30 I The cast included Gordon Cor-Monmouth f'r tne weekcnd, p. m. Rev. Banks' topic will be ner, Beverley Wray, Jack Burre , . t Sund witn Mr Snider-S The Power of the Resurrection."; John Turbyne, Howard Kimball,',. Mrs Lcna Cnurchm of ? u . T. ri iu.. A. ,i Plalnview. Mrs. Churchill enter-Kathenne Mdler, DoroUy Duncan ' tained at a fami, dinmr honor. Doris Bass. Margatet Warden and ,g tne birthdavs of Jeanette and Hazel Willie. - Mrs. Van Hassler of I.phannn Brush Creek Road j Work Progressing County Commissioner Reuning- , . third while he still occupied the mound.' Ctri First Socket Given OK to Play Webster, Mass., April 3. Nellie Twardzik will be at first' base again this season on the Bartlctt high school baseball nine. The inclination of school nuth-orties to bar Nellie from the traditionally boyish pastime has faded In the face of rebellious threats by girl nnd boy students. The school committee,' called Into session by Principal Cyril . C. Smith, has authorized Coach Oeorge . Finnegan to go right ahead and use Nellie ut first base for a second successive year. TOPPING THE BAR iicins a new hiuh in popularity, ik'nmore' s breaking new sulci records every day. No wonder! 100 PROOF FULL STRENGTH 16 MONTHS OLD Pints 80c Code No. 176C Fifths $1.30 ( 'ode o. 17GII 3202 Shaft 7Vv H KptTUCTlY I StrtiaM I er and Warren report that prog- The work was directed by Irene ress on thc Buuh creek road lead- Neugart. Lelia Morehead was ac-ing southward from the Calapooia companist Stage artists were Mad-river near Crawtordsviile is high- I eline Nttttcn. Dorothy Hufford, Lilly .siuisiactury, and that this road ''an Miller, Ena King and 11a King, will ultimately become a first class Tho Bate receipts were thc largest thoruughiaie. It serves a small but cycr received at an operetta or piu. peruus tanning community in B'vcn b' thls hlh seho1- cucil Cllill ttciei w3 well lunvii, and the special numbers and chorus work were espeecially good WATTS FUNERAL SET Funeral services for Mrs. Emma Miller Watts, a resident of Albany for many years who died March .)() at the Albany General hospital will bo held Saturday from the Vnrt milliT fiinprnl hnmn t 11 n m. Dr. D. V. Poling is to officiate, Mrs. Gleeda Spoor is to sing. The jbody will be taken to Portland to jbe interred in the Portland Mau - I solemn. ! the Uiush creek valley, the coin inissiouers said. The road is being built as a WPA project. It has practically all been cleared, from the Calapooia to the Linn county line, where it connects with a road leading into u e moimwK viuiev, uine coum.v. Stumps are now being taken out preparatory to grading. . r , D.-H. 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