Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on April 17, 1936 · Page 6
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April 17, 1936

Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 6

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THE-ALBANY "b'EMOCRAT-HERACB, AC & NY," Oft ES3FT FRIDAY, APRlC 17, 1933 PAGE 5IX lem, are spending a few days at the Bill Tabler home. BY ART KKENZ i inis Corner H m GIANTS OCCUPY NATIONAL TOP; CRONIN INJURED BEAVERS MOVE UP; VICTORY IS THIRD STRAIGHT of their daughter, Mrs. Dart Brown of Junction iCty, who is in the Pacific hospital. Later reports are that Mrs. Brown . is recovering nicely. . Floyd Siiger, who now teaches in Seaside, was a short caller in Foster Friday afternoon. Mrs. Ethel Obry of Portland, a sister of Mrs. Wayne Menear, arrived Thursday for a few days visit and to attend the wedding of her nephew. ' Foster grade school played Sweet Home Friday. The Foster boys and girls were defeated. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ryker, and two children spent the weekend at Oakridgc, returning Sunday. Following church services Sun COTTONWOODS '-o "V-C I y 1 MMyh iff .' y y?m vyy tritii ,ii-LriT -L- j day morning, a program was given by the Sunday school 1 children with the help of the grade school teachers. The children enjoyed the annual egg hunt, and a chicken dinner v, i served to one hundred at the gymnasium dining room at noon. Mrs. Emma Menear, attended the wedding of her grandson, Vir- gil Menear, at Holley Sunday noon, J,er sons Earl of Foster and OUs including Mrs. Lawrence were there. O. T. Tabler and family of Sn- Here's Merle Howard, who will . ' ou"u'Y day nights at the Cottonwoods witn nis orcnesira. nowaro. wno:and several relatives of Portland, New York, April 17. The New York Giants hald undisputed possession ol tne national league lead teday and the Boston Red Sox shared the top berth in the American league wiM Chicago's White Sox. 't he Giants boast the best record of the new season three straight triumphs over the Brooklyn Dod gers. The Red Sox and wnite &ox, each ot whom had one game post poned, have won two and lost none. . The Dodgers, St. Louis Browns und Philadelphia Athletics have yet to win a game in a campaign ihut has been leutured by some of the sloppiest early season play in years, the bad weather most learns encountered during the training season has been reflected in Hie last three days. The New York Giants smashed into the lead on their circuit yes-terduy with a 7-6 victory over the Brooklyn Dodgers. Chicago Cuos defeated the St. Louis Cardinals, 5-3. Larry French ouipitched Paul Dean, giving the Dean brothers two defeats In two games. Cincinnati Reds won their urst game of the season, 7-4, over Pittsburgh. The Phillies whipped Boston, 7-5. Boston Red Sox kept their American league slate clean with a costly lu-4 victory over the Philadelphia Athletics. Manager Joe Cronin fell over Pinky Higgins at second bae in the second inning Liid nactured his thumb. He will be out tor about three weeks. The New York Yankees whipped the Washington Senators, 6-5, iur their urst victory of the cam puifcii. The Lhicago-at. Louis and ueuoit-Clevtiund games were postponed because oi cold weather. LEAGUE OF NATIONS TANGLES SCHEDULED FOR ARMORY MENU m mw m r mm mj r v m . .1 .r, .i;: f w w Mr I AM MA lift Mm I I V W V"i7A. -ft "J.fl, Old Fashioned A-f Z ALr tS. SCi A WOPjLD KGODRD.. IB HE US you've so often asked about... AUHOU&H FKtM DOESN'T tAV To BS SHOHAJ.,.. SH S THE OHl tyATtW TKAPSHOofeB six rounds ol the wind-up match, Gullo, gumey little Italian, was twice floored and many times entailer) in the ropes by Thornley. In the semi-finals, Bobby Gib- D.-H. Want Ads Bring Results MK. Hall placed cn Hie all-america Hams of 1934-25, rue avfcy woman &x ib bb SO HCNOKEO SHE SVVtJZD AS A 6Zt. OF C gTNiNd DOM BVNM& tUHILE HUNTN& WITH HSfi DAD... Many people are tired ot their "mattress bargains" I of its members, Uldine Rudisil and The league of nations fight gets Loween Hurst sang "In the Gar-underway tonight at the armory 1 den." "The Wondrous Story" was at 8:30 with the Chinese Walter I sang by a mixed quartet. Henry Achiu grappling with the Indian Blackwell and Jesse Parrish gave Thunder Peie, und the French-1 "Sunrise" as a saxophone und cor-Canadian Jean La Ub'l meeting nct duet- the American Herb Bergeson.l Mr. and Mrs. Austin Jones ar-Achiu and Thunder Pete druw rived from Wallowa by automobile the main event labelling- Friday, to make their home in Achiu is one ot the most popu- Sodaville. The yoting couple were lar wrestlers ever to appeur in the married at the home of a cousin of i.oru.wtsu until recently, when he the brido at Wallowa April 2. Mrs Pet.'bon.i, uo, Aioany, and Hay btan- ley, 135, Lebanon, left a long-.050 standing grudge still unsettled in the ring, when the referee culled it a draw at the end of the sched-.471;ult'd six rounds. Kridie LaVulley, Sulem, deci-.3111 sioned P. liicllik, grinning, gouteed Crubtree CCC pick-up, in a four- i m v i I w i I i to :1 0 S) tl d tt plays all instruments, brings his band from a recent engagement at Venice, Cal. A composer as well, Howard has filled many engagements on the east coast and was in Shanghai, China, for a time. Sheldon Rosa is with his as arranger, pianist and trumpter. Sonny Lee, the only colored member of the troupe, formerly was with the Cotton Club and is billed as Harlem's fastest dancer. LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS Sodaville Sodaville. About 50 people at tended tne sunrise prayer service I and breakfast sponsored by the Christian Endeavor Sunday morn ing. Lantern slides illustrating incidents from the life of Christ were shown at the Easter program at the church in the evening. The community orchestra played a prelude of secred songs. The junior choir sung a number und two Jones is tne aaugnier oi wir. ana Mrs. S. Neal of Promise and formerly lived with her parents in this vicinity. The groom is the only son of D. W. Jones of this place, attended the local school and is a graduate of Lebanon high school. Both Mr. and Mrs. Jones have many friends in this community, who gathered at their nome Mon- day evening to give them a hearty, though noisy welcome. Mr. Jones is employed ut a saw mill ut Sweet Home. Two 4-H clubs in camp cookery report an enjoyable evening at the E. M. Crabtree home April 6, at which the .girls entertained the boys in celebration of the birth day of Marvin Crubtree. A camp supper was cooked by the mem hnre n( llin iliflc' nlllh " ""- . .. ., mis. lum meuuut; is bu iuusij ill. being cared for at the homo of Mrs. Effie Stimson. Mrs. McGuire is the mother of Mrs. F. F. Ames and makes her home with her daughter. Mr. ond Mrs. E. w. Kibbey and four daughters of Marshfield were guests over night last Thursday at the H. V. Rudisil home. Mrs. Kibbey is a sister of Mrs. Rudisil. Pearl Emery spent a week, including Easter Sunday, with her father. L. H. Emery. Pearl is at- tending school at Mt. Angel Foster Foster Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Mea- ley were called to Eugene, the first I of last week, bv the sudden illness By WILLIAMS Ash Swale Ash Swule. Word was received here of the death of Jasper ' Kid-well at Oregon City. Mr. Kidwell had been in poor health for a i number of years. He was a broth- ; er-in-law of Mrs. Joe Harrison. June Jackson is recovering from an attack of measles and her fa- ther. D. K. Jackson, is ill with the jsame malady. Macy Harrison is ill witn measles at tne nome oi ins i sister, Mrs. Ed Bowers. Marie Whitaker, 12-year-old i ! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John I Whitaker, is very sick with Ilu and complications at her home- j Mr. and Mrs. Shorty Austin are I both ill with scarlet fever. I i The c nty health nurse, Juan ita Johnston, and O. E. Mikesell, the 4-H club organizer were visitors at the Ash Swale school Friday afternoon. Franklin Watson is out of school with measles. This -week Richard Whitaker re-entered school after a measles siege. TIIIRU TEETH CUT AT 85 Elstow, Saak. Mrs. J. Henderson, 85, is cutting her third set of teeth. During Our Great Fur fi &S' -4 For 30 will be refunded. sole judtre. If you if you in and select This the SIMMONS SALE. Teams of the Pacific Northwest, long Eubjugated by southern pennant winners, appeared well on the way today a double-barreled challenge for 1936 Pacific Coast league honors. The Portland Beavers gave a noteworthy example of what may be expected from the aroused northerners In Thursday's play by blanking the Los Angeles Angels. 4 to 0, and pulling a full game 'ahead of the Sun Francisco Seals. Not only did the victory, the .Beavers' thud straight, move them Into clear ownership of the fourth bracket, but it sent the Angels, .first half champions of the 1935 season, tumbling into the cellar. heretofore occupied by the Sacra mento Senators. While the Beavers were busy drubbing the Angels, the Seattle Indians vented more long suppressed antagonism on the San iFjiancisco Seals, decisioning the .1935 champions by a 6. to, 2 margin, and thereby continuing their hot and heavy Achase after the Oakland Oaks. . jc ;" The league-leading Oaks routed the San Diego Padres 6 to 2, and the Sacramento 'Senators' fought their way out of the cellar with a near-shutout fl to 1 verdict over the Mission Reds, third place contenders. ' ' ; Tom Flynn set the Angels down with six hits in accounting for the Beavers' victory at Wrigley Field, while the Portland crew tugged Casey for 11 blows. ' Lou Koupul, Seattle right-hander; jumped into the league's pitching lead by hurling an 11 hit performance against the Seals. It was Oils flfth straight victory In as many starts. The Seals trailed by only one run with the score 3 to 2 until the ninth, when a three-run session by the Indians, aided by a misplay, drove Kenny Sheehan to the showers. ; - Bulldogs, Spartans Playing at Central Official start for Albany high school baseball was to have begun this afternoon on Central field in a contest between the Bulldogs and Corvallis at 3:30. The game is the second of the season for Albany and the first official competition, their first fray being. practice tilt with the Crubtree CCC camp. Bob Underwood, who blanked the Crabtree squad while nn the mound for his portion of that ?ame, drew Tuffy Elllngsen's nomination for the starting chucker. Oragoo and Sltton, each of whom performed creditably in the open-1 ing contest, were held In reserve for Underwood, who is a right-handed, curve-ball artist. His receiver was to be Jimmy Robertson. The Bulldogs will meet the Spartans in a return game lit Cor vallis Tucsduy, April 2H. Sweet Home Wins From Brownsville Sweet Home. (Special) Sweet Home high school won both games from Brownsville last Friday. The boys team won 1 1 to 4 and the girls team won 18 to 8. Every one of the Sweet Home team made at (east one hit and Jacobson go! 3 nut of 5. Vaughn allowed only 5 hits and as assisted with sensational catches by Me Lam and Horner. ;. Sullivan of Brownsville hud poor support in the field, r It. Sweet Home ....... 11 Brownsville 4 Butteries: Vaughn and H. F. 12 5 10 Wells; Sullivan, Elswick, Austin and Dub-cock. WRESTLING TONIGHT Albany Armory Main Event .best 2 out of 3 falls 2 hour limit. WALTER (SNEEZE) AC1IU'. V. THUNDER PETE Semi-final, best 2 out of 3 fulls. 1 hour limit. HERB BKKGESON vs. GENE LA BELLE t- VENETIAN THEATRE 6TARTS WED., APRIL 22. RUNS FOUR DAYS Matlnre 2 p.m. NlU-s 7-0 p.m. Barber and Beauty Work ' for the Entire Family .At Popular Prices Hair Cutting ' Permanent Waving lluir Tinting Finger Waving Marcelling etc. WALKER'S Barber and Beauty Shop ilS Lyon St. Phone G79-R p I LEAGUE STANDINGS Coast Lrague Standing W. Oakland Seattle Mission Portland ...... San Francisco San Die go . . . Los Angeles . . Sacramento . . 15 1:1 II 0 fl (i (I American League Standings W. L, Pet. 1 Chicago 2 Boston 2 Washington 2 Detroit 1 Cleveland 1. New York 1 St. Louis 0 Philadelphia 0 1.000 1.000 .607 ' .500 .500 .333 .ooo I .ooo. National League Standings W. Pel. New York . . Pittsburgh . . Chicago Philadelphia St. Louis . . . . Boston Cincinnati . . Urooklyn . . . 3 , 2 2 1 1 I 0 1.000 .007 .007 .0117 .333 .333 .333 .000 Thornley Gets Nod Over Gullo at Scio Scin. (Special) I'.lwin Thornley, 130. Silver', '!, won a decision over Paul Gullo. 134, Crabtree CCC camper, in the main event of a boxing card Vcdin"'dav evening at ZCIU mall in Scio. The 30 rounds were promoted by Dean Morris under sponsorship of the Scio fire department. During the .824 .5711 .474 .411(1 .353 took ;i iniivfhv v:-.u.n ..nm n,..c. parts, he spent all his tune here' uuuuts us one ot tne top-notch maiinen. In Thunder Pete ho mixes Willi a total newcomer, who has been in but one bout in the iiortliwcai that in Portland last weeK. i 'Hie old-timers among wrestling fans know achiu und nis popular; clean style. He will get plenty of oppostiun noin Peie tor mat gent is elussitied us the villuin of the Indian race. ..Tne scnu-windup should be ,a roufch ntiair for Bergeson gives an ever dependable peitornuince of questionable stuff, while La Bell, holder ol the Canadiun middle- weight championship, is one of the niKiifsi ciuss luiiians ill ine game. He is lough and nicun, und be- cuii.es ouuuiy eiiecuve , Willi his lucucs lor he is also lust and clever. Earl Harrison Buried At Ash Swale Friday Ash Swale, April 17. (Special) Funeral services were held this Lebanon hospital after an attack Mist church for Eurl Harrison who ; died Wednesday afternoon at the ' ! rounder Kid Derby, 147, Portland, was outclassed by Ray Rainwater, 147, Newport, in u six-round bout. Noiberl Krantz, 1 05c blonde, long-aimed giant from Jordan, butiicd lour rounds to a draw wuii Hubert Mains, 103. Scio. Furl Gibbous, 111), Sulem, went out on a technical knockout in the second round ul u scheduled lour-ruund bout Willi Johnnie Coleman, 1 10, Salem. Halsey Drops Thriller To Sweet Home Team Sweet Home. . (Special) Sweet Home' high won a thrilling extra inning Lull game from Halsey here Tiu'mIii.' by a score of 8 tu 4. Tins game was a pitchers' battle ueiwcvii hurthing of Halsey und '1 lu.inp.sun ot Sweet Home. The lailci, starting Ins lust game this season, sliuek out the lust seven men to tace him for a total of 17 strikeouts in eight innings. Willi the score tied ul "t to 4 ut the end oi the legulur playing time. Horner ol Sweet i.i.ine, in the Inst extra inning hit one out of the hall pink, with u man on the base, to end the ball game. Farthing hit 3 out of 4 to lead the hitters- Butteries: Sweet Home, Thomp son and Wells; Halsey: farthing and Wade. I lie girls teams played, Sweet lloiue winning with a store of 23 1 8. 'OUT OUR WAY" Sleep on a Lcuunoon nospuui alter an auacK Mr. and Mrs. Matt Zimbrirk and of pleural pneumonia. He was tuk- two small children of Willumina en to the hospital Tuesday. Inter- spent Enster Sunday with Mr. ;ment was in the Ash Swule Bap- j Zimbriek's sister, Mrs. H. L. Lu-tist cemetery. I Forge. Besides his widow, he is sur- ' autyrest vived by three sons: George, uged 111 Rulnh nnH Wnrmn nno unH numerous relatives in Ash Kwuln. He wus a member of the Browns- iville Buntist church. '1 4 A Nights OUR RISK! SIMMON CY 60SM.'- f VE- NEAREST ' THI5I3A ( IT WAS 7 I GATE IS SIX ) Mj, ".' I WONDERFUL I V S MiLtf MAWTH f I A- j ' ' , kriMiw -s -y&& NOW PLAYING ENDS SATURDAY ' newest triumph! 1 nrcrjGDiiDi iUnivtnal't HitfV. if p LEE TRACYKffijW1 R WAI.T DISNEY 11 It C'OCOR CARTOON ll ll "The Golden 11 Touch" SPRING BEDDING SALE! If you arc not satisfied with the kind of sleep you are jrettinp. if you do not awake rested and refreshed, then accent this offer. 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