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Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 6

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PAGE SIX THE - ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY," OREGON MONDAY, APRIL' 20, 1936 I "OUT OUR WAY" RvWH I lAMsi America's eight-oared crew rep Another Soldier-King Emerges resentative in the Olympic games at Hnriin. LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS OAKS INCREASE LEAD; BEAVERS, While a crowd estimated at 50.- 000 persons looked on from van '"re noints on and around Lake f LISTEN, MISTEC-I WslOW ' . ' " I EVEBV SQUEAK. IM THE BV HEAiRT, SO . ' - ' , 1 you're not fooling me i with these -smappec . . i. under the cabpet .' : j "r I MOW. I'M GOIMO TO I .v. KfJ ,-,.1 I TELL VOU AGAIM TO ANGELS DIVIDE Oakville. Representatives of the Willamette church. Oakville, attending a meeting of Presbytery I I'"-- r :j I I CUT OUT THESE WJ rjl f X ,,'Otho Nitcholas, Mission Reds' I neiu in conjunction wnn nesoy- Washington, the Husky ' varsity, packing too mcuh power' for the Bonrs from Berkeley, battled the Cnlifornians to a standstill Saturday and swept across the finish line with lead of two and a half leneths. The Huskies' time was 1558-4 for the three-mile race. The Washinrton frosh won the onenlne two-mile event in 10 minutes. 11 seconds and the jayvee oaved the wrv for a fslcan swceo bv defeating the Bear' junior varsity by seven lengths in 16-14.2. AMD MIDMIGWT n iv- W lenai at me united Presbyterian church in Shedd Tuesday and Wednesday were Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Clark. Mrs. Grace Bulmun. Mrs. Anna Adams, Mrs. Lois Sher-er and Mrs. Erna Williamson. Mrs. Emma Archibald, member right-hander was the villian of the Sacramento Senators' piece today. . The Texan cut down Senator batsmen with only Fix hits in the jecond game of Sunday's Missions-Sacramento double header, defeating them 2 to 1 and thereby eliminating a promising opportunity for the Sacs to win their first series of the season. As it was, the Missions won both ends of the double bill and took the series four games to the Senators' three. The Reds headed off a late rally of the evecutive board of the Chil-idren's Farm Homo, attended a director's meeting held in Portland OAKS' MANAGER TO BE SELECTED AT MEET TONIGHT The manager of the Albany by the capital city team to win the first game, 7 to 4. They called Oaks will' be selected tonight in the club meeting at the Flks tom- consecutlvcly upon southpaw Wal-jole at 8 o'clock. Baseball plavers. ter Stewart, Hal Stitzel and Wal- business men, and the new officers will be present in selecting the The late, beloved King Albert of Belgium won the title ot soldier-king because ot his heroic leadership of the gallani little army that suughi in stem the German tide in the World War Here his son and .successor. King Leopold, pictured 'astride his chaigei during maneuvers at Bevei-loo camp, shows his inclination to play a siniilai role as the war drums' crescendo rises in Europe Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Nel Buchanan of Junction City spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Anna Kendall. Hector Macpherson was one of two speakers representing the Cor-vallis high school at the sixth annuel state speech 1 conference which was held in Eugene Saturday. Recent word received from Adah Post, former Oakville resident, now of 5an Bernardino. Cal., says she is accompanying friends on a trip seeing the Grand Canyon and other points of interest extending south into Mexico. Verne Williams was given a surprise party Tuesday night when a group of friends and relatives assembled at his home in honor of his birthday anniversary. Nectarine trees in full blossom on the R. M. Lindsay farm indicates that the growing of this variety of fruit might be adapted to this locality. The trees are valuable as ornamental specimens. Puoils of the grade school arc practicing Softball regularly as a recreational school activity. Paul Beight. teacher, coaches the play club leader. No one candidate has a oinch on the post as yet. Jim Anil's decision not to accept the Job left the field wide open for all comers, but the chances Bre that a plaver long ac-quninted in Albany will be chosen. The meet will also consider the various ball parks and choose the most likely for the 1936 play. FERRELL SCORES SECOND VICTORY FOR FIRST WEEK line despite the fact he is ter Beck, before they edged out a last-inning decision. Oakland won a double bill from the San Diego Padres, .taking their series by a five to two margin and pulling three and a half games ahead of the second place Seattle Indians. The first game went to the Oaks by a 6 to 2 margin and the second 3 to 2. Young Jack Lnr-occa matched tricks with E. Wells in the second, allowing five hits to Wells' 10. Frank Shelleneback and Beryl Home pitched the first game for ' the Padres and were found for nine blows while Wee Willie Ludolph was marking up a six hit performance. Paul Gregory, who with Lou nnn - fl MYSi.V3.LW"""1 wmv MOTueee, get oeav Jf?vrr .J I their unbeaten string by winning 23 to 8. New York, April 20. Wes Fer- Koupal has won nine of bcaltlcs 14 games, turned back the San HARRISBURG, SWEET HOME AND HALSEY WIN IN B LEAGUE jrell, Boston Red Sox pitcher who I won 25 games last year, added his I second victory of the season yes- Francisco Seals, 5 to 3, in tho morning game for his second win of the week at Seals stadium. Mc- Itcrday. He held the Philadelphia Evoy, Kerr and Mills worked tor (Athletics to five hits as the Red i Sox, also limited to five blows by the Seals. Each team hit 11 times transacted business Tuesday in Brownsville. Mr. and Mrs. William Filkir.s . and Mrs. Oscar Rankin were Eu- I gene shoppers Tuesday. I Miss Masa Bradrick attended a! meeting of the Rainbow Girls in i Albanv Mondav night. Clark Fee is working in 1he jewelry store of his uncle, Frank E. Fee. Delbcrt Stnrr and Charles Tyscn visited in Albany Tuesday. Mrs. W. C. Cooley. Mis. W. H. Dedman and Mrs. Mary Sawvcr visited friends in Albany Monday night. Mrs. Ed StanvooH. Mrs. C"V Shellenbargcr and Miss Lydia Childs vititcd in Eugene Mondny afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ireland of Eueene visited at th-1 home rf Mr. and Mrs. Glenn McFaiiand Tuesday. Rev. and Mrs. O. W. Payne attended the spHrt meeting of the Presbytery of Willamette at Cor-vnllis' Thursday and F'-'Hnv. E. K. White, who has been .seriously ill for soie t'nie, is rep'irtrri as improving. Dr. F. A. Paclen and F. H. Weber are also rcprotcd as slowly improving. Rio Ed Stutz went the box in Gordon Rhodes, triumped 2rl. The Harrisburg Wins 11-4 Harrisburg. (Special) The Harrisburg high added another game to Its baseball list Friday a-ternoon when it met and defeated the Brownsville team. The-score was 11 to 4. The girls also won their game with the Brownsville girls the same day, making them three of four played so far. jLEAGUE STANDINGS the second game and limited the American League along with the Indians to seven' hits, thereby : Cleveland Indians, who buried the turning in a 7 to 1 victory. Lucas St. Louis Browns, 13-6. and Pickercll allowed 11 blows Chicago White. Sox dropped out and the series went to the Seals, I of the lead when 'they lost their four games to three. I first game of the season. Schoolboy ers. They expect to play games I with various schools before the ! close of the year. I Mis. Emma Archibald, assisted by Mrs. Mabel Shearer, was hostess to members of the BM1 Plain W. C. T. U. Tuesday afternoon. Plans for special work, for both the women's and L.T.L. branches J were advised by Mrs. Lottie Hcnse, I president. j Mrs. Lovie McRoynnlds suggested an exchange of plants nr seeds at the May meeting, which was approved. Mrs. Thondo-ia Yates conducted the devotional exercise j and Mrs. Lois Shercr had charge of the lesson study. Mrs. Toed Holzapfel and Mrs. Daisy Tcrwil- : ligcr were guests. . Los Angeles divided wilh Port Loggers; 9-9:15, United Press News. i Tuesday, April 21. 9 a. m. Homemakers' Hour: 10, Music; 10:15, Guarding Your Health; 10:30, Music; 10:45, KOAC School of the Air 10:45 German; II Out of the Zoo: 11:15 The Magic-Casement; 11:30 The Story of Music; 11:45. Msuic; 12, Noon Farm Hour 12:05 News; 12:15 Arthur King "Helping Our Soils Pro-uuce"; 12:40 Market and crop reports and weather forecast. 1 p. m.. Music: 1:15. World Book Man: 1:20 Music: 1:30. Programs on Parade; 1:45, Music; 2, L"sson in Spanish: 2:15, Msuic: 2:30, Rural Lite Review; 2:45. Know Your State; 3, Radio Club "How Can 1 Measure Progress Toward Adulthood?" Dr. O. R. Chambers, Professor of Psychology. O. S. C: 3:30. Music; 3:45, The Monitor Views the News; 4, Musical Stories; 4:30. Stories for Boys and Girls. 5 p. m.. On the Campuses: 5:30, Music: 5:45, Vespers Led by Rev. J. Lacklen; 6, Dinner concert; 6:30. Farm Hour 6:30 The As Club: TO INSURE a home, store, or factory against loss from fire requires the services of an insurance expert. Our advice might save you money but will not cost a cent. Owen Beam Agency J35 West Second Street 475-K Oinmsilr I'ost Office Rowe held them to five hits as the world champion Detroit Tigers triumphed. 5-0. The New York Yankees defeated Washington, 9-1. In the National, tho New York land in the south, winning the second 2 to 1 after losing the first 0 to 3. . : The single victory was the only W. 17 14 14 L. Pet. 6 .739 10 .583 9 .609 Giants continued their dizzy pace one the Angels could muster in six 524 Oakland ......... Seattle Mission San Francisco Portland San Diego ....... Sacramento Los Angeles li in '11 11 9 15 .5U0 .375 Sclo. (Special) Sweet Home high school baseball nines are scheduled to cross bats with Scio pill lambasters 'on the iRodgers field at Scio.; Tuesday, afternoon, April 21.. With firm but friendly chips on their shoulders the diamond-scorchers are determined to make the best records possible, and the event .awaited with anxious anticipation by local fans. On the Scio diamond Friday afternoon Scio girls took Halscy into camp by a scoro of 46 to 8. The visiting boys scalped Scio's nine to the tune of 10-9. Weather conditions were the best and an encouraging crowd of rooters witnessed the games. . Shedd is billed for Sclo April 24; Harrisburg, where hot words and fast ball have made rifts in the clouds on rare occasions in the past, is scheduled to bring a pair of nines calculated to even up old scores, this to take place here on May 1; Brownsville comes to Scio may 8, Scio goes to Halsey May 15, and to Sweet Home May 22. These games are with teams In the Linn county class B league. April 28 and May 5, 12 and 19 were luft open for teams outsyle the league in case proper arrangements could .be made. 7 14 .333 7 15. .318 games and the Bcrics leit mem in winning uinr nun suiukih gami.-, the cellar. . I"'' 0VPr 'n Boston Bes. . St. Caster opposed Gabler, Camp-: Louis and Chicago,' the other po-bell and Kimball In the first gamc tential pennant fighters, also tri-while Hobo Carson was the vie- umphed. The Cards whipped Pltts-tim and Joyce the beneficiary of burgh 7-3, while the Cubs halted the Angels' belated wrath in the Cincinnati, 16-6. Brooklyn defeat-second. cd Philadelphia 2-1. This week's bill finds the Oaks' ' DR. CHAN LAM 1 hincse SIGHTLESS FARMER WORKMAN OF. SKILL Muncie, Pa..tU.RHarry Gottshall. American League Standings W. Vt. meeting the Seals at San Francis- .Wightman Cub Squad J BrvrpviU Brownsville. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Damon and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Smith entertained mcmb-rs of the Presbyterian church choir and husbands and wives at the home ; of Mr. and Mrs. Smith on Tus-jday evening. Following a brief i choir practice the evening was ' snent in a social way. Mrs. Margie I Furr, church organist, was pre-'scnted with a gift from the members of the choir in appreciation of Contains Vet Players Mrdieine Co. Nntijral n m un for liMr;tm ul littr. stuniacli. f in mis. skin & urinnr Hyttcm of mi ii a i:d woiiivti. iw d .server;- tt'.' siiRar tiiabttfi withiiut tlie u m v of iliniihn. IK years in Mu.-wihss. 6:45 Market and crop reports and weather forecast: 7 G. R. Ilyslop "Root CroD Production"; 7:i5 J. R. 'blind, is eagerly awaiting spring weather, so that he can go back to work, tending his farm. ! For years, Gottshall's truck garden has bene tlfe pride of-Mun-cy. Local residents marvel at his ability to grow plants in a straight 3 4 3 3 3 1 1 .750 .667 .600 .600 .500 .500 .200 .200 Chicago Washington . Boston . . . . . Cleveland . . New York . . Detroit St. Louis . . Philadelphia lv. i9nu uiiit-'iiiu aim iau a fighting over the cellar spot at Lot Angeles, the Missions giving Portland fans: their first glimpse of 1936 league ball at the Beavers' home park and the Padres and Seattle locking horns in a similar debut at Seattle. -"- .- Niituroimihic Y. T. I,am, N.D. I'hv-ir.kiw Iltwlaira Room 1 anil VENETIAN THEATRE Haag "The Chemical Composition and Feeding Value of Forage Crops. 7:30.The Citizen and His School 4 "Training in Manual Arts in the Public Schools" F. H. Buchanan: 8. The Oregon State System of High Education J, J. Landsburv, Dean and Director of Music: 8:15. National League Standings vV. L. i'ct. New York, April 20 An nll-vetcran squad, headed by Helen Jacobs, will seek to give America Its sixth victory in the Wighlman cup matches at Wimbledon in June against England's best women tennis stars. The team, announced by the United States Lawn Tennis association, did not include Mrs. Helen Wills Moody of San Francisco. A her faithful service. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, as 0 1.000 STARTS WED.. APItl, 22. KIINS FOUR DAYS Matinee 2 p.m. N'ites 7-9 p.m. Ebright Sees Husky . . - . Crew for Olympics New York . Pittsburgh . Philadelphia Cincinnati . Chicago St. Louis . . . Brooklyn . . . 2. Vftu tian I healer llldK.. Cur. First and Hr..aiialbin Sis., Albany. Office Huurn: 2 p. m. to 5 p. m. Tuesday and Saturday Only. OiiiMuliMliitn. Blood I 're ure and Urine Teta Free of .500 .500 .500 .500 .500 .333 sisted by Mrs. Frank Iom.- Following the regular meeting ! of Lone Tree Circle. Neighbors of '. Woodcraft. Tuesday evening at the Woodmen hall, a lunch was served and Mrs. Myrna Nelson of Eurene. a member of the circle was hen-jored with a shower. ' R. Harrison, manner of the Albany Brick and Tile company. The World in Review Dr. Victor P. Morris: 8:30. Oregon State College Cadet Band Capt. H. L. Beard conducting: 8:45. Reading for Eniovmcnt "Great Books of the 1930's" Dr. Herbert F.. Childs. Instructor in English, OSC; 9-9:15. United Press News. inutile Ctiii, N.L). Charge. Sweet Home t, Shedd 7 Sweet Home. (Spocial) Sweet Home high school beat Shedd high hero Friday by a score of 22 to 7 in an abbreviated contest. Leading 8 to 0, Sweet Home let up momentarily and allowed Shedd to almost tie the score. However, the winners came back with a vengeance and proceeded to pound three pitchers for the largest score of the season so far. Batteries, Sweet Home: Vaughn, Thompson and Wells. Shedd: Au feted ,f,,:.jwAat a I I II .if KOAC Radio Seattle, April 20. No measure loop-hole was provided, however, I of praise was missing today from to put the one-time queen of world the tribute paid University of courts on the team if she decides i Washington's crew by University later to compete this summer. I of California's defeated oarsmen,1 The squad which will meet thej rolling homeward after a triple Britsh women June 12-13 follows:' setback In their first major com-1 Helen Jacobs, Berkeley, Cal., U. pctltive experience of the 1936 S. No. 1 ranking player. campaign. I Mrs. Sarah Palfrev Fabyan, ' Most noteworthy port-mortem of Cambridge, Mass., U. S. No. 3.' the race today was the prediction Carolin Bnbcock, Los Angeles, of Conch Carroll (Ky) Ebright of No. 4. , Program brey, Clark, Shumann and St. John. I the Bears that the victorious Mrs. Marjorie Gladman Van "Well, what are you waiting for?" Huskv varsitv nrohnblv will be Rvn. Philadelnhin. Mn. 5. I Sweet Home girls continued Monday, April 20 ' 5 p. m., On the Campuses; 5:30, Music; 6, Science Stories; 6:15. Dinner Concert: 6:30, Evening Farm Hour 6:30, Oregon Prison Association; 6:45, Market and crop; reports "and weather forecast; 7,' F. L. Ballard; 7:15. W. L. Powers, "Drainage and Soil Management": j 7:30, 4-H Club Meeting; 8, With Oregon State Engineers American Institute of Electrical Engineers; 8:15. The Rook of the Week Alexander Hull: 8:30. The Oregon G SEASON KITEtTtH ONE DAY ONLY TOMORROW TUESDAY Romance in the Ozarks! f r- n w you risk nothing .-..ry-.'pwpifV J""'!"" you get double your money bock MJsaWsJ if DOUBLE-MELLOW OLD COLDS U A $Z h ft4) I I . don't win you J W x 1 : ' f c?&? if. IN AHYIMiRMHCYV CALL Tell Him To Fly His Kite Away From Electric Wires.. And Not to Use DOUBLE-MONEY BACK OFFER in eHect since Oct. 6, 1935 Smoke hall a pack of Doube-AfNou) Old Golds. 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