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. 7 - r PAGE 5IX f H 5 T A t & A" N Y B E W 0 C R" A" T - H E R A C & , 'A t B A" R Y , 0 R E S 0 FI FRIDAY, APRlCiq, 1935 V, 'OUT OUR WAY" By WILLIAMS is now residing in the Fred Mes- pelt house, is quite ill. Visitors at the Fred Sommer i c.-.riE.u nupnin? were Mr. regional meeting in Salt Lake city where the new farm bill was thoroughly gone into and recommended in regard to the western states. LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS OAKS DEFEAT BEAVERS 4-3 Barnes, and Mr. Sickels have constructed this spring. James McWilliams and Elvert Isom and son, Carl,, motored to Minera near Florence Sunday to spend the day with Mr. Isom's daughter, Mrs. Williams Meadows, and fish. Mrs. Nellie Isom entertained several relatives from Portland Sunday. Little Billy Robins fell on a toy tractor Monday afternoon while at the home of Barton Cross and cut his lower lip badly. P. L. Wells of Junction City has been transferred to the locul section crew and is looking for a house into which to move. lllllllliii! wmx . , ) i!f I lip ' : : . . g' 71 1 1 r . & Jl 5 Jefferson Jefferson. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Colgan of Jefferson attended a family dinner party Sunday at the home of Mrs. Colgan's parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Beamish of Salem, who celebrated their 36th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Virginia Kester and her mother. Mrs. Frank . Allman, of Portland were guests Sundav at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Kester. The Jefferson Better Business ?lub was host to a group of members of the Sidney-Talbot Farmers' union at their regular meeting Tuesday night in the Masonic hall. It vas reported that a blacksmith. Mr. Shellaberger of Portland has been secured to open the blacksmith shop on Main street, formerly operated by Mr. Oakley. He expects to open the shop for business about April 15. Halsev Halsey. W. L. Nicholas, local depot agent, has received word of the death of his father, William Nicholas, April' 2 at his home in F.lgin, Neb. He would have been 77 had he lived until April 8. E. Claire Miller motored to Yachats Sunday and spent the day with his wife and her sister, Mrs. J. M. Griffith, and husband. He brought Mrs. Miller home with him after she had been visiting her sister for the last ten days. : Mr. and Mrs., Frank Ganslo and Mrs. Mrs. Gilbert Miller motored to Yachats Saturday evening to spend Sunday fishing and other wise enjoying the ocean. M!r. and Mrs. George McNeil are driving a new sedan. Mr. Boise of the Halsev crenm station has dissolved partnership and quit the business. It will continue to be conducted by Mr. Stud-nicka. Mrs. Nellie Hover is assisting in the station. - Mrs. S. Savage and son, Rodney, spent Sunday here visiting their daughter, and sister, Mrs. Nellie v Mr. and Mrs. Harry Godwin of Albany were dinner guests Mon day at the Roy Leighton home. . Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kowitz and family visited Sunday at the Carl Kowitz home ot LeDanon. j Mr. and Mrs. John Shepherd j were dinner guests Wednesday at i the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will j Geddings near Corvallis and bus- iness visitors in Albany. Guests Sunday of James and Laurence Ashford were James Hawk and Woodrow Wilson of the Devancy district. " ' Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Meyers of Winchester Bay were .week-end guests of Mrs. Meyers' parents, i Mr. and Mrs. Woods. Rev. and Mrs Earl Boatman! of Eugene were week-end guests at the Sam Noble home. Mrs. Paul Lardon was a luncheon guest of St. Peter's Guild in Albany Wednesday. Harold Maine and John Shepherd attended a meeting Monday evening at Santtam Central, called for the purpose of studying the report of the Hydro Electric commission recently submitted on the advisability of establishing a People's Utility District in Linn county. Harry Norman has been using his stump plow and assisting Jim Riley in breaking up a five acre tract of new ground. Mr. and Mrs. Koppcr were entertained Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lardon. Herman Zeller ' drove to Corvallis Saturday to get Mrs. Bul-lin, mother of Mrs. McNoun, who is taking care of Mr. und Mrs. McNoun while they it re ill. Fred Sommer and daughter, T.u-cile substituted for Russell Knighton on his milk route Sunday. Guests Sunday night of Mrs. Minnie Smith at the James Johnston home were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Carlson of Portland. Mrs. Carlson is a granddaughter of Mrs. Smith. Ed. Smith of Sweet Home, who - - --ssz WRESTLING TONIGHT 8:3ti p.m. Albany, Armory Main Event, Best 2 out tit 3 Falls, 2 hour limit. PADDY NOLAN Vs. JACK LIPSCOMB A Grudge Match Scmi-Final: Best 2 out of a falls, 1 hour limit. DUTCH BAUER VS. JACK HAGEN GOOD CURTAIN RAISER CORRECTION The specials offered in Verl Miller's Meat Market advertisement, in .yesterday's paper apply only to the WEST SIDE STORE Phone 62-J Free Delivery I ! comeback pians. he had planned a scries of lights for the Caiitornian in England and France. That bull fighting would be the next indoor sensation of France, with the first fight scheduled for the Paris Palais of Sport on April 16. "I will make France bull fight conscious overnight," Colonel Dickson said. "My first show, featuring bulls and fighters from Madrid, will be a sensation) It will be held Indoors, and at night, but the presence of tremendous floodlights will fool the bulls. I plan to kill four bulls a performance." Don't be a piker, colonel! You throw twice that many every time you open your mouth! (Copyrlnhl. mas, by Unltrd Prnu) BULLDOGS WIN 11-0 OVER CRABTREE CCC Hover, and son. Leo. II wns thniin Corvallis Tuesday. first time for over a vear that Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Deemer Germier Savage had been in her daughter's and family of Canby were Sun-house due to her poor health. day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Two wrecked cars were assisted William Johnson and son Julius, hack onto the Pacific highway last M's- Germier is a daughter of IN WILD EXHIBITION (fatalities will be inflicted upon ' , him. The Irishman is well able, to . ,:, , , , carp for himself, even in the corn- Albany high bounced into the! D,111V of nn Irate T.inVrnmh so nnv- Saturday. A sedan driven bv K vie L. Hurley skidded into the ditch about one mile north of twon. No one was hurt nor was the car damaged. A Washington car hand ed for California skided and upset ! o little further north. The own-1 er's name was not leai-ned A ' smashed fender and cut tire was ! the size of the damage. The A. J. Hill hardware has its I new office completed. : LIPSCOMB, NOLAN TO TROT GRUDGE OUT FOR SHOWING Jack Llnscomb, the Indiana villain, and Paddy Nolan are to show Albany what their, grudge is tonight, meeting at the armory in the main event of tho wrestling card. They are billed in a grudge battle expected to reach great lengths. - V: Lipscomb is ordinarily as rough and tough as any one wrestler can be. What he will do when engaged In a feud will be something to behold. If he adds anything to his usual tactics of slugging, jumping and kneeing, the bout without u doubt will result in a fatality. Of course, Nolan will have n mite to syv about fatality. He will probably be confident that no ti,jn",, can happen Dutch Bauer, ruffian Chi- cagoan, and '.luck Hagen mix m the senii-windup. : , : Calvin Cooper, 74, Buried on Wednesday Sweet Home. (Special) Funeral services were held for Calvin Cooper, 74, Wednesday afternoon at the Church of Christ at 2 o'clock. Rev. Sum Kimball officiating. Asa Smith sang. Pallbearers were Sam Lundholm, B. E. Webb, Frank Galloway, Mr. Gabriel, John Duncan. Guy Hntton. Interment was in the Nye cemetery. Mr. Cooper passed away at his home in Pleusunt Valley, April G, loiiowiug a long Illness. He was born at Sliding Hill, Pa., 1881. When but a small June 6, 1 boy he crossed the plains by ox; team with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cooper, in 1074, when they came to Oregon where he has resided many years. On March 20, 1BR7, he was married to Ida M. Phillips. Six children were born, two of whom survive. His- first wife passed iway, and on June 7, 1!)30, he was married to Mary Cooper, who sur vives him. He is survived by u son, Mr. and Mrs. Rosroc West of ana tamuy ot uaKview commun-Salem spent the weekend visiting! ity visited Sunday ,at the Piatt ! and Mrs. Otto Schuman and son Billy and Mrs. Minnie weaoen, an John Shepherd went to Salem .., , nt,t.r. rf hucinncc weunesuay uii inaua m pertaining to tne rarmers uniuu Stock Yards commission. Don Kilgore left for Salem Sunday where he has employment. Misses Babe and Beatrice Kilgore were guests- of Miss. Amy Ashford last Thursday. NOW PLAYING 5Siiv.riU ENDS SATURDAY LOOK IT! DOUBLE BILL FOR NEXT Sunday - Monday Rearing, reckless jungle Ihrillsi ...that mipi your hair stand on ndl ASTOUNDING' HAIR-RAISING! AUTHENTIC BIG FEATURE NO. 2 GBfr wANl AOS COMPANY Alb'any, Oregon - - -mmm m TO HOLD LEAD By United Press An eight-hit pitching performance bv Young Jack Larocca, Oakland's - Irish-Italian Hurler, combined with a bit of luck Thursday kept the Oaks at the head of the Pacific Coast league. They defeated the Portland Beavers, 4 to 3 for their second victory in three starts, thereby remaining half a game ahead of the Seattle Indians, who nudged then-winning streak to eight games after a- 13-inning duel with the Sacramento Senators. Ono run in the first half of the 13th while the Senators went scoreless gave Seattle a 5 to 4 decision. Frank Lamanski, the Mission Reds' newly-acquired left hander, turned in his second shutout of the season and his third victory in turning back the-Los Angeles Angels S to 0. Results of the three games left standings of the three league pace setters unchanged with only a full game separating the Oaks and the Missions. , The San Francisco Seals, meantime, edged out another one run victory, beating . the San Diego Padres, 7 to 6 in 10 innings and going one up in their scries in the south. Oakland was away to a fast start which the Beavers nearly overbalanced. In the first frame LeRoy. . Anton brought Gordon home with a triple and scored himself on Lodigiunl's single. An error by Lodigiani assisted the Beavers in scoring twice In the sixth on two singles and Moose Clabaugh's double. The Beavers tallied again in the eighth, forging ahead, but the Oaks took control with a brace of runs in their last Inning. Bolyard's triple brought Lodigiani and Hitchcock home with the winning scores. Oakland hit 12 times off Flynn. Seattle was away fast at .Sacramento, scoring four times in the second. Vazclich blasted a homer ' for the Senators in their hulf: of the same frame, however, and the Sacs finally drove Paul Greg-gory to the showers in the eighth. He was relieved by Clarence Pick-rell only utter the St. Louis "chain store" ; gang had begun a three run rally to tie up the game. Lawrence tripled in the 1.1th and scored the winning marker on Michael's sacrifice. ' McDowell's Shoe Store The Home of Nationally ... Advertised Shoes These New Johansen styles for Spring are perfect expressions ol the elegant feminine mode, at tho same time they are so original, so youthful . . . they will give you that buoyancy, poise and charm which is derived only from smart, poilect fitting footwear ... You must see the new wide strap sandals . which flatter the ankles . . . perky new short Vamp ties . . . captivat ing pumps, straps, and new buckle Colonial ideas. CREST Blue Gaberdine or Grey Suede $6.85 1 Mrs. West's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I C. L. Mahan and family. Mrs. Ma-1 han and youngest son accompanied i them to Salem Sunday evening for a lew days visit. i Miss June I.ayton is home again after having been at.the Albany General hospital over night Sunday. Following examinations it ! was definitely decided she did not have appendicitis, but other intes-' tinal troubles, such, as needed only diet and rest, not operation. The S. P. made a general shake-up of section help here this week. All of the local crew were either transferred or laid off with the ex eeptioii ill neuiy Liiivih, . Li i walker. L. F. Tutlle was given: foremanslup of the Brownsville Riverview Riverview The Riverview Thursday Thimble club was entertained April 2 by Mrs. Mur- iiel Gilkey, with 22 members re sponding to roll call. Quilting for the hostess and working on a quilt for Mrs. Peter Peterson was the work for the afternoon. Mrs. Frank Dewall presided over the business session. Mrs. William Johnson's home witli Mrs. Fred Gentry and Mrs. Hazel Prokop assisting. Mrs. Ronald Sommer entertained with a birthday dinner Sunday honoring her husband, and her sister, Miss Bernice Myers. Covers were placed for Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sommer and son, Noel, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Myers and daughter Betty, of Marion, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Myers of Winchester Bay, Mrs. Russell Knighlen of Albany, Mrs. Glenn Phillips of Providence, the honored guests and hostess. ' Those gathering at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Smith for Sunday dinner und general good visit were Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Smith and son Joe of Corvallis, Mr. and I Mrs. John Dewall, Mrs. Minnie Smith, Mrs. Felwyn ltnlaw of Salem, Mrs. Tony Laux, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hart and family and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Fwayze all of Toledo. Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Neal of Sil-vorton were entertained at the E. L. Ashford home last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. James Riley were business visitors in Albany last Friday. Mrs. Paul Lardon attended an afternoon tea at a sorority house ''Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Danell Shepherd attended the regular monthly meeting of the 4-H stock club held at the home of Mrs. Cates in the Spicer school community Monday evening. After the business meeting County club leader O. E. Mikescll put on ai series ot moving pictures for the . entertainment ol duo members and parents present. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ambrosick home. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Holt of Sa- lem were out Sunday looking over their farm and visiting rela tives. Dr. Prill of Seio made a professional visit Sundav at the McNoun home where both Mr. and Mrs. McNown are quite ill. , Mrs. Russell Knighton of Albany was a week-end visitor at her parental home. Sunday visitors at the Jack O'-Hearn home were Glenn Malloy of Portland. Mrs. S. Custer of Lebanon und Mr. William O'Hearn of Riverside. Thp -rpmilnr mpplinff of Rivpr- view local of Farmers Union was held Saturday evening. Alter the his trip as a delegate to the Far-, triers' Union national convention held in Kankakee, 111., and his trip to Washington, D. C, to at- i tend the agricultural conterenee called by Secretary Wallace. He also touched on his call to the Quality Wins straight whisky. It s made from a costly 65-year-old formula. And every drop is aged a minimum of 15 months in wood. Why don't you try it, too? GREATEST NAME IN WHISKY Bedell Bide.. Portland, Oregon, By Henry McLemore United Preit Staff Corrupondt nt New York, April 10. Colonel Jefferson Davis Dickson, the Legion of Honor ribbon adding u touch of color to his lapel, paused in New York long enough today to establish u new world's record lor non-stop, free-style conversation. Colonel Dick::oiT, who stoutly maintains he was named lor the president or the eoniederacy and not the U. S. highway, is Europe's foremost promoter. Spoils are his specially, but he thinks nothing oi combining a bubv parade, a balloon uscension und a heavyweight light in one mammoth production. From New York the colonel will move on to Jackson, Miss., the place ol his birth, tor a iwo weeks rendezvous with hominy, black-eyed peas, ham hock, turnip greens and coin whisky. "There's nothing like Mississippi food," the colonel said. "The Fiench are fine cooks, yes,' but the very tact that they iruiM- Ui enow choir string beans with a chunk of salt meat or sow Ueuy, piuvup utty are lucking in distinction. And the continental wines! They are excellent, yes, but lor real body, superb bouquet, and tonic properties, give me a slug ot honest to goodness corn at woodshed toin- rue colonel was introduced lu New York boxing society at a rye und ginger ale tea given by Mike Jacobs in his Twentieth Century spurting club. Before the colonel ui rived llosi Jacob., always thoughtful, suggested to the ro- poiters that the colonel; coming 1 rum u loreign lnnd, probably would shy from being interviewed. , "Don't expect hint to talk freely at first," Jacobs Haid: .-"He'll probably be nervous. So you boys do the talking, and let him just ans wer." men Col. Diekstm, 'resplendent in everything that goes to make a mail resplendent, came in. From tlte second ol his entrance he was us shy as a dance hall bouncer, us quiet as the 'tower of Mabel on New 1 ear s eve. Beginning with a brief, 10 minute oration on the pteseut political situation in Ku-vupe, he moved on to prize lighting, wrestling, bull fighting, Ice skaung, noekey, autl a do.en other topics. The questions of the reporters were drowned in the wild sea of words that (lowed from the colonel's mouth. Even J tie Jacobs, holder of three national jabber- I und-chatter championships, ttuind ' himself limited to nods of tho head and an occasional grunt of usseiitkon. lit didn't even tuul a lull long enough to allow him to put-the bile on Mike Jacobs tori a cigar. j Alter the colonel had departed, I and the title of words had gone out, the repot ters' combed the conversational beach ami lound that Dickson had said, among other tilings: That, working without permis- i fion ol jne i.,ouig or his managers, he had booked the Detroit sensation for a series of exhibition bouts in Europe. That, without knowing whether Max Uuer was reallv serious in his , ' i i i i 1 crew, taking tho place ot Charles ! regular business was taken care of Enger who is confined in the com-! the John and Harold Riley and pany's hosnital in San Francisco. Ard Westenhouse families fur-Ralph Uaumgardner and wifemished a program, after which will move into their new house in 'President Harold Maine called about another month. It is east of upon Geo. Potts of Marion, state Charity Grange. president of the Farmers' Union, Mrs. Adrian Smith was disap-; who gave a talk on the Farmers' pointed Tuesday when she was. Union Live Stock Commission confined to her bed with an lit-i company setup at the Union stock tack of influenza and sinus trouble yards in North Portland, also on 1038 season in fine style yesterday j n.vt . 'A . , , . I? viiiuim VlV ICtllll, 11 in U, 111 11' wild game. The Bulldogs did all of I their scoring in the first four inn-1 ings of the six-frame contest. They Jumped out in front in the first inning, taking advantage of i four errors, two hits and a walk to count up four runs. They tallied ' a couple more In the third, andi finished with a five-run outburst! in the fourth. Underwood, Dragoo und Silton held the CCC lads to three hits, while their mutes were collecting seven. Bob Robertson, first base-, man, got tho only extra-base bin- Igle of the fray In the first canto .h h .Mm,, rt,,i,i nii tnP rKi,i !iv siu,,ds. Crabtree made an errorful tilt out of it, hobbling 11 plavs in the first four frames. Couch Tuffy El-llngsen made repeated changes in the Albany lineup, over two complete teams seeing action, yet the Bulldogs erred but three times. Jimtnv Robertson, catcher, gave the most impressive game for Albany, while Wolesnr, a bouncing first-baseman, looked best for the CCC team. Summary: R. H. E. Crabtree CCC 000-000 0 3 11 Albany . 402-50011 7 3 Batteries Grabtic and Guarn-ari; Underwood, Dragon, , Sit ton und Robertson. Officials Dowling und Voelker. Husky Crew Will Row Against O.S.C. Seattle, April 10. Two ligfit-weinht crews from the University ot Washington left Scuttle today for Corvallis, Ore., where they will row Saturday against Oregon State college. Twenty lightweights were making the trip with Coach Walt Raney. ;' Washington's first boat was Beck, stroke: Uoni. 7: Loew. (I; Duhl. S; Karlherg. 4: Scavatto, 3: llollenbeek, 2: Goodman, Bow and jAdatto. Coxswain. Freshmen und varsity crewmen remained in Seattle, preparing for the California ftrctiitm on Lake Washington, April 18. Workouts continued to be hampered by rain laden winds. . WHITMAN TAKES 1'AIK Wnlla Walla. Wash., April 10. Whitman continued its earlv-sea-ison baseball winning streak Thurs day bv blanking University ot Ida- ho in both games of a double header, 1-0 and 6-0. FRAGER'S Spring House Cleaning SPECIAL Robert Frank Cooper, one daugh-irather ter. 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