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THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-H ERALD, AL B A N Y,' 0 R EGO M SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1 936 J PAGE EIGHT Home in Ashes, Trudge 500 Miles LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS SEALS DEFEAT SEATTLE; BUY PITCHER DAGLIA ALBANY TRIMS CORVALLIS NINE BY 21-7 SCORE Mrs. Atwood. This meeting will probably be the last until fall except for a picnic which will probably take the place of a June meeting. Lewis (Bud) Steele and Mrs. Ray, who had been employed as his housekeeper for several weeks, were married last Wednesday. Mrs. E. J. Steele returned to her home last Wedneesday after stay-ine for a week with her mother, Lebanon Lebanon. The high school contacts committee of the Oregon system of higher education which met in Salem on April 14 selected two Lebanon hiuh school eraduates Hazel Brown and Hilda Speasl, to Johnson is taking care of her now. receive scholarships. Miss Brown ; Mrs. C. P. Davis and son, Rob-will attend Eastern Oregon Normal ert, of Salem visited a't-the Doug-ot LaGrande and Miss Speasl will las Davis home Tuesday. Miles enroll aat Oregon Normal at Mon- Davis, who has been confined to mouth. his bed for the past two weeks, is Mrs. Frances Phelps made a trlD now able to be up and about, to Portland the first of the week1 Mr. and Mrs Ralph Kester and and returned on Thursday. I children were Easter dinner guests r t t i ir.j I at the home of her parents, Mr. father, William Gcarhart, started homeward Thursday leaving her father greatly improved, but still quite ill find confined to his bed. Mrs. Maurice Hoof and sons, Crawford and Robert, of Poet-land, were guests during Easter vacation week at the home of Mrs. Hoof's father. Wilson Young, nf Crnbtree and at the home of her sister. Mrs. Joe Prokop of Riverview. Mi-s Marv Lottie i"Jnble and T.loyd Jacobs of Corvallis soent the welt-end at tb home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Noble. Hnrv Hnwk of Holley, father of Scott Hawk, is quite seriously til o' concussion of the brain. Miss Donna Dunn of Snlem has ben he fciisp giie of her cousin. Miss Shirley Gilkey, the past Weelc. Dinner guest Friday of Mr. and Mrs. James Riley was Mrs. M. C. Bomm of Lebanon. Mrs. Fred Snmmer's sister. Miss Nora Holt of Portland, visited at the Sommor home and at the home of her sister, Mrs. Elmer Whetstone of Lebanon Sunday. Those enioving the hospitality "f M and Mrs. Joe ProkoD during the week-end were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Young and Mrs. Larry Smith of Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Rebham of S'lvnr-ton visited at the Herman Zcllcr home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. McNoun who have been quite seriously ill for several days, are greatly improved. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gore, who are residing temporarily at Seaside, spent the wek-end at their home here and visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Gilkey and daughter Shirley were Easter Sun- day guests at the home of Mrs. Gilkey's sister, Mrs. Hubert Dunn ,rn;;TK,."l7: day and part of Thursday in Port- lanu ui uie nume ui relatives. , Mrs. Frank Mayer and Mrs. I Harold Irvine were In Albany on Friday as the guests of Miss Olga . Jackson. S. P. Bach of Portland was in Lebanon on Thursday on a bust ness trip and was a guest at the Lions club luncheon at noon. Mrs. H. Corrigan accompanied her fa- , L. mr n u . t i i LUCl, IVfcl. OitUI. IKJ JCUttllUll UI1U I ADDS ANOTHER Splashing her way through file 100-meter breast stroke event In 1:18.6 during the national A. A. U. swimming meet In Chicago, Katherlne HrwIk, above, set another American record. The comely Miami miss, one of America's chief bets for Olympic points, bent the old mark hold by Ann (lovedntk or Minnesota by lltr seconds. GROVE, DESHONG TURK! IN STELLAR was the guest of friends for the . d nvis of Hal-r u i sev visited their parents, Mr. and Uk n bnif. Iihik way to l.itili' Huck. Ark. ftiiu miles in fact Irom Itt'tl. Ouk. I;i.. but thiH riimiiy.. ii-aviim its liome fir charred nuns, is nt ji k 1 11 k lilt' best (if tile aliluuus trip.. After n blaze hail desirnyeil iu-iirl' nil llteir imssessinn--. Mr. ami Mrs. Klias Hi-rrick bundled iitiu litis uiakesitift cart their three children, Violet, Z Hoy. 5; and iaby Tlieudure. hidden by blanket?, and started tlto Inns bike to Hie I.ltile Kock bunie of llerrick's parents, sleeping at uiulits U the. ruadsidu. They aic pictured here mar llickinau . Mills. Mn. " Albany high school bascballcrs pounded Corvallis high into submission, 21 to 7, in the first league clash of the year yesterday on Central field. The game was called at the end of the seventh inning. Bulldogs took a field day at the expense of the Spartans poling. out 17 hits, and stealing 11 bases. John Richmond rapped out 'a four-bagger in the fifth with the bass empty. ' The Bulldogs captured their lead early by crossing the platter twice in the first inning. They added five more in the third, and five again in the fifth, finishing up with nine counters in the sixth round. The 'whole Albany team shared In the hitting, while Pitchers Ernie Underwood and Chub Dragoo were limiting the Spartans to four bingles. Underwood issued two hits in five innings, and Dragoo gave up' two more In the last two frames. ' I The ' high-scoring game was Elayed in ragged fashion with Al-any's superior hitting power showing to good advantage. Rich-' niond, Bob Arthur and Jim Robertson led the Bulldogs' batting ar-1 ray. Summary:. r Corvallis ... 000 410 2 7 4 6 Albany 205 059 21 17 8 Batteries Saunders and Beyer-lein; Underwood, Dragoo and Robertson, L. Schrock. ACHIU TOO WILEY ', FOR THUNDER PETE IN ARMORY MATCH Walter Tlnkit ' Achiu had too many wiles for Thunder Pete at 4hA armnrv lost nlirht nnrl won the main event bout with two out of three talis. Acmu s experience showed to good advantage as he came back to capture the last two falls after the Indian had taken the first In the scmi-wind-np Bill Kenna, pinch-hitter number r.. 3 Vm ers wnn over one for missing wrestlers, won over JThe fir.TfaUnofatheUmain event wrestlers went through their bag of tricks 1" the per od which lasted almost 15 minutes, ycic iook li imaiiy wiui a iuihuk neim idor.: Achiu affUed a crucifix coun and In five more T minutes UiiIa Intor (n Minn flin won on a series oi ncao. ouiw. , Bill Kenna again substituted for an absent grappler, when Special Easter services were held at the Methodist church Sun. day morning. An Easter Dlav un- i dcr the direction of Katharine Pugh was given and' Rev. Kinch delivered a SDecial Easter messaee. f.everaI " members united with ihe church. . monia, was reported Monday in a satisfactory condition. It was st'a- ted at the hospital that she might be able to return to her home he last of this week. . to , t j ,:i.. , Portland visited Sunday ' at the hnm nf Mr i ' v,r. home of Mr. Larwood s parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Larwood. Mrs. Larwood has been quite ill at the farm near Scio- Several county and district candidates attended the meeting of the Young Democratic club of Linn County in Scio Tuesday night. Among .those Irom a dis J I A number of ladies from here1, Mlf? Velons Crenshaw enjoyed attended the district meeting of her Easter vacation at the home the Ladies Aid at Monroe Tues- of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve day. A play was presented by the Crenshaw. . . . local ladies under tlto direction of M'- "d Mrs. George Germoyer Mis. L. A. Zimmerman. Those go- and children, Louise and Lion, ing from here were Mrs. John enjoyed the hospitality of Mr. Pugh, Mis. Fred Sprenger. Mrs. and Mrs. Scott Hawk over the Beit Layman. Mrs. F. M. Kinch. week-end. IAPC AC UIIDI IMT!lhy l",??!?? Mrs. O. J. Bagley, who is still ' ouite ill with pneumonia. . Olive and Mrs. J. R. McCustion, at Falls vv n M ,n wun v,. , M's;0 M ,"' Zm i, 5 ?ui'e "i .lo ' l" ,"t " HntPttlpr spent Monday night at the E. G. Harris home. He called on several other friends while here. Mrs. Lester Haight and baby re turned home last week from her mother's home where she had . ...Antra .... . - 1 ruiTe run i os i ia Minnnv " """ j wmi. a un n,i Mr- nd "JZ'11"8" ba5yVM, Bm.M5 M.f rwiV "d b,b5vMh'; ,?f?rS"c " and baby and Mr and Mrs Clarence Smith and baby spent .Eu" lce. J am lna nd, ??5Ai?dQ"dJSE ' Suve, vlslted S,unday1,w'thD lh,el; daughters and sisters Mrs. Beulah S0," a nd lfan51.,y..-and.1, ISS Mabel MfcClam at McMmnville. Wells Wells. iLast Friday afternoon the pupils of the Wells school held an Easter party, rne upper graacs conducted a taffy pull, while the Idwer grades enjoyed the afternoon in an Easter egg hunt. Josc- nUIH. lffillA Ar.l..nJ fleet ni.i,n findi"S the greatest number of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Carter and familyof Santa Rose, Cal arc .j.tjno . thp hnmp nf his narpnts visiting at tne nome oi nis.parems, ni- nnri MrG V A I'arinr Mxs Louis Kutsch underwent a minor operation at the Salem Dea coness hospital last Friday morning. She returned to her home here Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Work and family of Portland spent Easter Sunday at the home of Mrs. Work's sisier, mrs. j. r. iurBeisu.i and famjly Mr- and Mrs. E. A. Carter and Mr. and Mrs. LyleCaHer spent Kaster at Brownsville as guests of Mrs. Lyle Carter's folks, Mr. and Mrs. MatlOCk. Mr. and Mrs. Myrl DeLashmutt of Portland spent Easter as guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Tomlinson. Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Barclay spent, Sunday fishing at Waldport. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Ycnckel, and Mr: and Mrs. J. H. Mackay and rlni'.Ehter Wauneta spent Easter Sunday in Albany at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Fletcher, who entertained at a Martin and Ging- rich reunion for her sister, Mrs. Mary Smith, and daughter, Lola, who are leaving for Los Angeles soon. Merlyn Jacobs is a new pupil enrolled in the fourth grade. Brownnville ille. The carnival giv- unior class Friday evc- the new gymnasium was very wen ancnaca ana a iinc sum was raised which will go to- Lois Peterman and Blanche Gar-, ret were princesses. A program was given by each class and the. Dest program earned a prize wiucn was awarded to the junior class The Salem district Methodist Rrotherhood met at Brownsville Methodist church Monday evening- j About 57 were present. Dr. J. C. tance was State Senator Byron G. Mrs. Harvey Pugh, Mrs. L. A. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Prokop en-Carney of . Milwaukie, democratic Zimmerman, Mrs. Horace Cling- tertained n number of relatives candidate lor congressman from man. Mrs. Ida Brasficld. Mrs. Lura and friends at Easter Sunday din- the lirst district in opposition to'Malson. Mis. Vernon Roberts, and A "shot in the arm" which may elevate the fifth place San Francisco Seals to a contenders' position in defense of their 1935 Pacific Coast league pennant erased some of the wrinkles lining the brow of Manager Lefty O'Doul today. I Noticeably weak on the mound, 1 the Seals henceforth will be assisted in their 1936 title efforts by big, burley Pete Daglia. President Charlie Graham of the Seals an- "'"- iiuui the Seattle Indians. The Seals turned on Seattle in a night game Friday, defeating the nonnerners o 10 a 10 even ine series 2 to 2. The bay team blasted Art Alcuougal from the box with a three-run rally in the opening frame. Don Osborn held them in check until the seventh when they "nee again crept into the lead with one run. I lie Indians got to Sad Sam Gibson in the sixth to tie the score at three all. Seattle pushed . . , . . ii.un". wwoiiLu aneaci wnn two in me iirst nail of the eighth, but the Seals won out with a two-run session in the same frame, the Indians going scoreless in the ninth. I Both teams scored 10 hits. The seais were guilty or live errors and Seattle two. Lucas replaced Osborn in the eighth. I The defeat pared the Indians lead over the third place Mission Reds, who defeated Sacramento, to .half a game. i The score of the Senators-Mis- sions game was 13 to 5. It marked Walter Beck's first successful pitching venture in five starts, Beck limited the Sacramentans to nine blows while the Mission bar- roge of 17 off Chambers, Scinsoth and Ehlers, assisted by four errors, was sufficient to permit the Mis- f,iillcading hU1'ler t0 COast t0 Thrw hnmn rtmc nnri n nnl n uniniijr iuuiii muicu nil- ii'uui.'- innHinn Onic n thBp isth win in o ...... f," sinew. "' oyiuva up an uic Ule8 Cadres' batsmen except veteran Rnv Jacobs. 1 m it na them to eight hits while winning a 6 In Los Angeles, the Portland Beavers kept their sla e intact 'wmning their fourth straight game irom tne Angels, 7 to 4, and puslv Ing Skipper ck Lclt's snad Carnet'joycrand 'Kimball saw J : tl 1 1 .. r . "d Z Allowing 'TlBeaveT hits, while Larkin and Liska. who relieved him in the seventh, him. This was the only hit allowed by Weaver. Beavers Triumph Over Normal 10-6 rvirviillts fin. Anrll 18 Ore- gon State's baseball nine won its first victory of the season Friday, defeating Oregon Normal 10 to 6 although outhlt by the Monmouth team and making more errors. Normal took a two-run leod in Uhe first, but tho Beavers scored seven runs before the Teachers could shove over three more in the fifth, Conkling hit a home run with two Beavers ahead of him in the third nnd Hastings hit a homer with one ahead In the fifth. WILLIAMS , 1 ui. ran ui me ucuui imciii ui . - ... education of Oregon Statce college , paid an official visit to the Leba-' non high school on Thursday in his capacity as inspector for the state board of aducation. . Miss Ora Chilcote is visiting friends in Los Angeles and will re-, turn to Lebanon in the near future. I The regular monthly meeting of the Friendship Guild of the Pres- byterian church was held on Wed- nesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. G. Gill with Mrs. Glen Richards, Mrs. Dan Ash ton and Mrs. Raymond Downing as assist- ant hostesses. A quartet composed of Mrs. Reeves. Mrs. Wilcox. Mrs. Clark and Mrs. Joslin with Mrs. Hugh Kirkpatrick at the piano sang an Easter selection "In the Tomb the Savior Lay." On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Har ,ldKIrVJ W.aSh?"tCiS ld,y irnr Mn Tlnnnls rnrmipr nrosfmt- f iheJubec ?LthLdZyJ?Jl iui m ui an ui utie un -"""" whinh or.nn!,rH in th Natinnal ' !',' oeograpnic magazine, j-ersunai uk- I ac- counts of trips through the state bv Mrs. Cormier and other mcm- bers of the club made an interest- Halev Hnlsey. Mathew R. Thompson of Sweet Home was elected prin- cipa. of the local J.igh , school at, the Saturday night school board meeting. He and Mrs. Thompson spenVuie' evening Tcro W as Prof. Thompson assisted the ImnrH in snlnetinn nf the other high school faculty members. I Enid Veutch spent the Easter weekend here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Vcatch. She Is on crutches due to the automo- bile accident In which she figured several weeks ano badly injuring her left knee and ankle. Thomas Palmer of Silvcrton spent the weekend here visiting with his mother, Mrs. Gladys Pal- mer. Tho following children were christened Sunday morning by Rev. W. A. Briggs: Harold Richard and Joan Louise Payne, children of Ml-, and Mrs. Payne of Pine Grove: Robert Todd, Richard Ar- thur and Wilbur Lee Briggs, sons r0e Mr. i. ...I Mi s lrn Rnv of Mon- Mrs. Agnoss Clark. r.timcc Thompson and Helen KcMerken entertained with a party Saturday afternoon .at tho gym in honor Of their birthdays, which fall on the same day. Mrs. John Cox acted as chaperone. Guests were Triscilla Layman, Anna Marie Duncan, Betty Dick- pon, Margaret Stone, Howard Workingcr. Floyd McReynolds, Byrd Sprenger. Wesley Pugh, Chester o.ii.i.i.-., uuv.u ionium, i-uinu Freilas. Riverview Rivorviav Those visit mil Mr. and Mrs. Peter Peterson Sunday were Mr. and Mis. Charles Voss, nd frmilv of Stiver, and Mrs. Jack Rcddy and daughter, Miss Edith of Lakeview. Mrs. Eeddy and Mrs. Voss are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Peterson. Mrs. Walter Beck, who was called from her home in Southui n California some time ago on account of the serious illness of her Herb Bcrgcson's bad knee kept wiln tnc st, Lrnijs Cntrilnuls froz- checked the Angels with nine. him from wrestling. The first cn oul Tno Chicago Cubs, two fall of his bout went even longer , juries to the rear of the Now Wcbfcct, Bearcats than the opener of the main event. Yorkers, got off to ii bud start tit ' ,. . A, drop kick gave it to Kennu in Wrigley field by dropping a 12-3 1 Divide Twin Bill 18 minutes and 63 seconds. La decision to the Cincinnati Reds.) , , Bell,, holder of the Canadian The Brooklyn Dodgers scored their Eugene, Ore., April 18. Unlver-middleweight title, dropped Ken- first victory of the season. 4-3. in sity of Oregon and Willamette uni-na tn three minutes and 20 sec- 1(1 Innings, over the Philadelphia versily baseball learns divided a onds more with a crabhold. Phillies. donbleheader Friday. After a short time more with! American league hostilities were Oregon won the first, 11 to 2, the grappling becoming rougher featured by the two best pitching handing the Bearcats their first than it had been, Kenna had the performances in either league to defeat of the season. Willamette bout, or La Bell fouled him. Both date. The former low mark of four won the second game, 3 to 2, be-matches were almost entirely hits was held jointly bv four pitch- hind the one-hit pitching of Walt free from roughnes. icrs. Lefty Grove of Boston's Red Weaver. : Sox and Jimmy Deshong of Wash-, Don McFadden, Oregon pitcher, RmII fink Dtritinn i ington brought the record down to allowed eight hits and struck out VI l VIM nw New York, April IB. Freddie Fitzslmmons, who is being worked he injured last year, ..Xd" and Hubbell was ed f()r fl inch.hitter. Tcrry 0Qk nvpr that )()t nnd wit) the bnSM (ul hjl 0 double thllt scorea .Zs-uT 'put ' ' . J?L 1 TLrS 'J e The pitsburoh Pirates, in see- r,i ' 1 1 unmns ltf.hinrl tlin Giants, saw their opening game 8- Desehong's hits was a homer by Pinkv Iliuitinus. The Red Sox victory enable them to hold the American league lead along with the Chicago White Sox who scored their third straight victory, a 5-3 triumph over the world champion Detroit Tigers, The Cleveland Indians, scoring three in the tenth, defeated the St.Louis Browns. 13-1(1. The Browns and A's are the only maior league teams who haven't won this season. FULLBACK BREAKS ANKLE Eugene. Ore., April 18. Clifford Strom. Bend, candidate for varsity fullback on the 1U38 Oregon foot - ball team, broke his ankle in spring practice Friday. It was the first serious injury of the Webfeet's season. ' Ken hits tirnvp vie f en Onlv two sitiEles bv Lou Gehrig and not a man reached second as the Sox whipped the New York alike.. 1 t ...'"'rJ'i.ia 1 1 . ... . v.- -- ' , I ! j : I 1 I 1J n ... ni.ini. Ilia fii-at namp wh In r.astin,..,,, ,,f the Beaicnls uassed of .?ev-and .Mrs- gr'ggs. I ou, 13 lits. " " " Brownsv Andy Humey liit a homer in the ' " ' " '';,'" mMl.i en by the j f'''l inning of the seven-innuig y r fc . lhe-,ca'dinB ma,e ning in ti fS'nr A Ik I Mr w a .r . u irQutj ii.uill.mj. Ull. nu u. mouth arrived in Halscv Sunday wards the purchase of stage equip-morning to spend the day with ment. Miss Zona Nance was Mrs. Rav's father, E. A. P. LaFol- crowned queen by the senior class lette, and wife. I president, Bill Dedman. Misses Mi", andn Mrs. Lvman W .Patton ' Margaret Lurgc, Phyllis Morse, NOW PLAYING AN EPIC I0' aalem. Mrs- Robin Truax of Albany, !ard her mother. Mrs. Jess rtogcrs of Scio, visited last week at the .home of Mrs Laura Piatt and daughter. Mrs. Bartnick. ncr. Those enjoying the occasion were Mr. Wilson Young, and son Alex and James Young and Miss Margy Stuart of Crabtrcc, Mrs. Maurice Hoof and sons, Craw-l ford and Robert, Mr. and Mrs. joe Young and Mrs. Larry Smith 0f Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Young of Falls City, Mr. Nichols, formerly or Al- bany, has purchased the R. W. Tripp property, better known as tnc property of Mrs. Henry struckmer and moved his family Tv..Q children entered t ie ! Riverview school Tuesday. VENETIAN THEATRE STARTS WFD.,' APRIL RUN'S FOUR DAYS Matinee 2 p.m. Nitcs 7-9 22. ENDS TONIGHT OF AN tJtni DOUBLE BILL FOR SUNDAY m Pius Ruth Chatterton In "Lady of Secre t p jfl asJ0a3as f k HtRt'S DRAMA I ' 9 THAT STRIKES h 5rft.l llKE A mHOONI GEORGE rp?" '43 " A NC R O F T To Be Made Monday Definite settlement of the Onks' bnseball situation is slated for the Monday night meeting at 8 o'clock in the Elks temple, it wus born out by last night's confab ut the temple. The meet last night found that Jim Ault was definitely removed from the field of possible manng- ers, which again throws the man- agership into air. The post will be filled Monduv niflht. mcmbirs an- nounced. They further announced that the financial condition would reach a settlement. Conditions hnvc been Improving steadily for the club, I and by Monday, they believe, the situation will reach a point where I It can be settled without trouble. At the same time they will se- lect the ball park. Bryant's park, ruined by the floods, and the fair (rounds have been among those suggested. "OUT OUR WAY" ERA THAT WILL f f .3KV Jt' oi roriiaua wus uiu to Hon. James W. Mott, republican incumbent. Dinner at 0:HO, served by the Pythian Sisters ol Scio, preceded the mectg. Fir Grove Fir Grove. Mrs. Bert James visited at Albany several days to help with the care of her sister-in-law, Mrs. E. F. Ingram, who has been confined to her bed with neuritis. Mrs. Ed S. Carroll visited her daughters who are making their home at the O. H. Frank house. Loren and Lee Nash left Monday morning to work in the West Fir logging camp near Eugene. The Fir Grove school enjoyed an Easter egg hunt Friday afternoon. Rex Rowland of Hebo visited his sister, Mrs. Sam Gundcrson, Saturday. Mrs, William Hall enjoyed a visit with her grandmother, Mrs. Gibson of Harrisburg lust week. Miss Lucile James spent the weekend with her cousins, Roberta and Doris Eberman and Jane Agger, of Plainview. People of this community are beginning to hoe strawberries dur ing the good weather. Shirley Stockton and brothers enjoyed an Easter party at the Elmer Finley home Sunday. Peoria. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mode nnd son Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mode, Mrs. Will McLaren. Sr., and J. R. Mode all drove in Florence last Sunday to dig clams. Mrs. John Cox and Mrs. Dorothy Merriam of Shedd came over Monday to see Miss Margaret Shaw, teacher of the Pine Grove school, to complete plans for the Shedd May day program. Both the Pine Grove and Peoria schools are take part in tho exercises and the two schools have been meeting to Dractice. Miss Margaret Shaw has been . re-elected to teach the Pine Grove j school for another year. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Frady. Fred Frady and son, Vernon, spent last Sunday in Eugene visiting their son and brother, Lawrence Frady and family. I Shedd : Shedd. Mrs. Mary Palfrey and Al Snvder of Portland were guests at the E. H. Margason home Sun day. Leslie Palfrey, who spent the Easter vacation here, returned home with them. Rose Alice Hansen returned to Portland Sunday to resume her studies at the Portland Bible school after spend her Easter vacation with hot- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Halvcrson. The Presbyterian Sunday school presented a short program Easter Sunday, consisting of a drill by t Ethel McMeekin's class and a song by Mrs. McMeekcn's class. ' Mr. and Mrs. John Cox attended j the funeral of Mrs. Cecil Cox in Albany Tuesday afternoon. Loren Douglas visited with his i parents near Oregon City over the Easter weekend. Miss Alice Vernon spent the weekend at her home at Lakeview. - Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Blankenship. Mrs. Chapman, and Mrs. Bertha Jensen attended the Townsend play at Brownsville Monday evening. Mrs. Dale Lamar of Silvcrton visited several days last week with her mother. Mrs. Lena Pugh, and sister, Katharine. Thane Roberts is ill with vre measles. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Yandcll and family from Missouri arrived here last week and stayed for several days with their cousriTMrs. Dan Farmer. They have novt itvoved into the O mcs McConnelYjKmse and are looking for employment. and three ..daughters, Frances, I Louise Mary, and Mildred Ann of Marshfield called on friends in town ounaay eiu-uuiu iiuiuu iui- lowing tneir taster vacation oi tnrec days, iney aiso visnea Portland. inl Jeffernon oni luvc bur McGranahan are the parents of an eight pound son, born Tucs-1 day. Aril 14. at their home near the north citv limits of Jefferson, Mrs. C. V. Clodfelter has re- turned home after spending some time in Independence taking care of her sister, Mrs. t,. Mcticin, wno has been 111 Mrs. Evnlyn Wall is spending the week in Portland visiting her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wall, and their small son, Michael Agnew. Members of the Jefferson Busi ness club were guests Tuesday evening of the Talbot Farmers' Union at the Talbot school house, Mrs. Ruth Sather and daughter, ', LIVE Special Preview Tonight Starts at About 1 1 O'Clock CriSSFVFR! JvMh LEE TgP BINNIE A Universal -?3f TRACY S5ira WW BARNES W i t LA-jiTgar t Marylin, of Sacramento, Cal., audi Mr. and Mrs. trunk Scnz ac-Mrs. Ida Lynes of Salem, were I companied bv Mr. and Mrs. Earl guests Monday afternoon ot the aiiucr ef Albany made a pleasure ; l J f gnf" speaKcr. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stanwood of Vancouver spent Easter Sunday .with their daughter, Mrs. Guy t..uilci.oarger, nerc. Mr. and Mrs. Dan .Beatty of Portland spent the week end here .visiting with Mrs. Laura ueatiy. West Scio West Scio Mr. and Mrs. Charlie White and daughters visited last Sunday at the home of her lather, Paul Buckncr, of Jeffcr- son. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Arnold made a busine.-s and pleasure trip to Dallas last Friday. trip to Vancouver last Sunday Clell Holtcen and Mr. and Mrs. C- A. Holtcen all of Brownsville we're dinner guests Sunday evening at the home of their . sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Puschel. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith of Carlton made a brief call on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Miller.. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Young of Fall City were callers on Sunday afUfrnoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roe Phillips. Scio Scio- Sheep-shearers in the Scio community are plying their trade diligently during the recent warm weather. buyets arv poying 30 cents a pound for medium wool, an increase of tour cents over lust year's quotation. Utihim on the local market brings 4'2 cents a pnd. a 15-cent jump oveiOhe price paid during the prj-; VHHI8 season. Mrj. George Stoddjrt. jlvo was tuken to a Lebanon hospiwr i few-days ago for treatment for glieu- P7 M-M-M-AAAU. 7 LOVELV OUT, V? DAISIES -TM' DCOMIKJ' b. fttZ$&Z.M lit BOCATW ";, AINT IT ? l BECS-TU' 6AKABOUN' fe 'fesSifti OP SPRING IT'S WOMDE12FULP. LAMBS -TW PERFUME J SS&&A 5M-M-M-PH- 0 TO BE AUVE. . OP BLOiSOMS " TM' fc. Slv-A-AAM- n AlWT IT? fc. FRESM SMELL OF f-: '' 2SMP'r?:A Llk-E NECTAK. I A MEW TUBWEO EARTH.' P -': '-M'A TO YOUR .-- i rC:--.- BOY ITS WOWDEEFIJL, A; i &$'&M&'yS soul.' J vl-i -'.-X' - if vou just smut & V.hs--rJr---V-- V-.-.-.;.r"-fe,- - VOUR EVES AMD '. SWar- WCROE ACE KVAE-NOT BOOM Vs'"' home of Mrs. George Vail. She will return here for a longer visit after visiting at tho homo of her aunt. Mrs. Lena Flubacher, at bidncy. Mrs. Sather's mother, Mrs. Ber tha McCallum. of Canada is also a guest at the Flubacher home. Mts. Grace Thurston, Mrs. K. W. Curl, Miss Addie Libby. Miss Anna Klampe and Mi-3. Ruth Cobb have been named to serve on the board for the city election which will be held May 15. Suver Suvcr. A large crowd attended the community meeting last Friday night. A good program of music and readings was followed by a talk by County Agent J. R. Beck on "Soil Conservation." Others outside of the community who took part in the program were Mrs. Claire Pratlow of Monmouth. Mrs. J. R. Beck nnd Barbara Beck of Dallas, who gave readings and Aladine Hoffman of Tumpico, who sang a group of cowboy songs. The progruicommiltec- for the May nwtrHt i Mrs. Sam Suver. Mis. Wesley Kester and Mrs. Johnson and the refreshment committee is Mi Coney, Mrs. Johnidder and 1

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