Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on April 24, 1936 · Page 6
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April 24, 1936

Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 6

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PAGE SIX THE ALBANY DEMOC RAT-H ERALD, ALBANY, OREGON FRIDAY, APRIL" 24, 1936 are all relatives of Mrs. Pimm, and came to celebrate Mrs. Pimm's As Mungo and Bartell Battled He was married to Inda Lee Gar- rison, at Eltopia. Wash., Sept. 29, 1907 and with his family located near Lacomb in 1912. j Lacomb Baptist church, Saturday ! April 25, beginning at 2 o'clock. Elder George Simons officiating, I interment will be in Lacomb Cupid Engineers Hostess Switch V. . v s j SOLONS MAKE 1 IT 3 STRAIGHT i FROM ANGES HAND RED SOX 9 TO 1 DEFEAT Surviving relatives are his wid- ow; seven children, Mrs. fclsie Simpson. Oswego, Ore., Mrs. Helen , Pinder, Portland, Everett of Lacomb, Violet, Carl, Claire and Waldo Smith at home; four grandchildren; two brothers, William C, Seattle; Otto Smith of Michigan; two sisters, Mrs. Herman Johnson and Mrs. George Joslin of Michigan. Mr. Smith had been school director for a number of years and was a member of the Lacomb grange. Funeral services will be held at NOW PLAYING MATINEE DAILY, 2 P. M. 111 1 am1 roa ! cemetery. Lowest priced KENTUCKY STRAIGHT WHISKEY IN OREGON 65c Pints Code No. 178C C!fl.I- Code No $I.OO 178B GLENMORE DISTILLERIES CO Incorporated LOUISVILLE OWENSBORO 1 fefe? hi New York. April 24. Connie Mack's "Rookies" from Philadelphia turned in one of the best games of the new American league campaign yesterday when the AV whipped the Red Sox 9-1 The worst licking Yawkey's million-, aires have received this-year. I The Cleveland Indians beat the White Snx. 6-0. ! The Yankees turned in a 10-6 victorv over Washington. The Detroit Tigers, after losing a pair to the St. Louis Browns, came back with a 10-0 victory. j The New York Giants lost. 4-3, when the Brooklyn Dodgers rushed over two in their half of the tenth. In another overtime game, Cincinnati crushed the St. Louis Cardinals. 8-5, in 10 innings. The Chicaeo Cubs whipped Pittsburgh 2-1. Philadelphia scored a 5-3 tri umph over Boston. j HughSmTthwTir I Be Buried Saturday Lacomb (Special) Hugh I), i Smith, born in Michigan, July 5, j 1882 died in Lebanon General hospital April 21, 1030. He was ' christened by Rev. .Gregonns of ; St. Johnathcn Lutheran church, i Michigan, when a child and was j a member of Lebanon Masonic I Lodge No. 44, which will have I charge of services at the grave. ! WRESTLI NG ; TONIGHT 8:1: p.m. Albany Armory Main Event, best two out of three falls, two hour limit. THUNDF.K FF.TK Vs. JACK HAGEN Semi-final best two out of three falls, 1 hour limit. RALPH WOLFGANG Vs. MASKED MARVEL GOOD CURTAIN RAISER WW xi: 'laliliSIllBS The Giants-Dodger feud broke into the open again at the lJolo Grounds when Dick Bartell, New York shortstop, and Van Mungo, Brooklyn pitcher, came to blows after Bartell hnd hit toward first base. Umpires, managers and team mates are pictured trying to untangle the belligerents. A bean-ball tossed by Mungo set oil the fireworks. ... WET GROUNDS MAY PREVENT BASEBALL AND TENNIS MATCH Wet grounds threatened both the Albany high school baseball team today In a scheduled game as Corvallis with the Oregon State Rooks, and the Albany collegu , tennis squad in u mutch with Wil- lamette university at Salem. It was hoped that before game ' time the grounds would dry , enough to permit the games to proceed, but late today both con- tests were still uncertain. Tk i,.,M .mi ii i ii rl lt,,lrt fl.,,1 llw.n, ......1.1.... tl...:.. " uiira win. They won the f ist two , , ,i. .. ,,, -....i. tree CCC camp and Corvallis'high ! by large scores. Tuesday they dropped a 1 to 0 decision to Eu- X?;!! h they have engaged in only a prac tice contest wilt uunny niyh. Bulldog Trackmen ro Mecf Spartans Monday Truck claims the attention .,, M. Bulldogs next Monday as they go to Corvallis to meet with Corvul-i lis. Comparative strength of the I aW LfeOluD'utl) birthday. Ralph, and Helen Darling of Salem, were calling on friends in Shedd Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barton, and Mrs. Emma Cregory left Wednesday for a two weeks visit in California. They will visit with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Barton and other friends, Phil Merriam is recuperating from the flu which kept him in bed for several days. A surprise party was given Thursday afternoon for Mrs. Flora Lehn in honor of her. birthday. Guests present were Mrs. Joe Painter, Mrs. Anna Smith, Mrs. Susie McBride, Mrs. Elmer Lehn, Mrs. Otho Froman. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Starnes and fumily were business callers In Brownsville Tuesday. Kev. Frances Kinch and Rev, W. A. Briggs of Halsey drove to Salem Monday where they attended a meeting of the Willamette Valley Ministers and Laymen's association. ' The Junior-senior banquet of th high school is to be Friday evening in the school building. A Boy Scout troup has been organized in this community. J. M. Pugh is to be the scout master, and Paul Pugh assistant. Carl Connct and Mr. Wyman of Albany was present to assist in the organizing. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. McMcckon and daughters attended the anniversary party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. Taylor last Monday evening. This day was also the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Taylor and M. S. Coon. Stanley Satchwell of Salem was a visitor in Shedd Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. St. John and Mrs. Cinthia St. John visited with relatives in Clackamas county Sunday. Mrs. Carl lsom of Halsey Visited with her aunt, Mrs. John Pugh last Thursday. . r Mr. and Mrs. Dclbert Zander of Scio visited hoic at their farm last Sunday. Carl Carlson is working for the O. M. Thompson Milling company. Gertrude McLagan sriont last week in Portland visiting with her aunt, Mrs. Fred Slate; and family. Mrs. John Cox and Mrs. F. Kinch were, shoppers in Albany Wednesday afternoon. A number from here attended the funeral of Mrs. Henry Sprcn ger which was held in Albany last Monday afternoon. Will Sehuman is working in Albany rcfinlshing and remodeling the C. E. Powers home. Mrs. Dule Lamar taf Silverton Is spending a lew days with tier sister, Katherin Pugh, while her mother, Mrs. Lena Pugh, is staying with her father, 11. B, Sprcnger, in Albany. Among those in this community who nrc driving new pick up trucks arc Tom McKinley, Lyle McKinley, Lee McLagan, W. B. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Murk Carson and son Scaly, of Baker City spent the week-end'' here visiting with Mr. Carson's sister, Mrs. Nora t'outes. On Monday they took Mrs. Coates and nil drove to Lebanon to visit with friends, Miss Hallic Blankenship of Eugene spent the week-end here with her parents. Tennessee Tennessee Mr. and Mrs. Roun-tree and son Kenneth, have moved to Mrs. Gladys Rurkhart's farm for an Indefinite stay. Billy McKinney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fail McKinney, has been quite sick with pneumonia. Junior Mealcy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mealcy is recovering slowly from an attack of inflam PT.BOc QT.il. SO C0 Na. Cad. Na. .Bottoms II? Rrnluckv VjPintl j" U SlrAi,ht Wh.J Code fi C r"r " " I TJ ' Older, aged yet months it's whisky i Sacramento Senators, pre-season scapegoats of the Pacific Coast league, blasted out their third straight victory over Los Angeles yesterday '5 to 2. i San Francisco Seals, meantime, evened their series with the Oakland Oaks, defeating the east bay club 4-3 in a 12 inning battle. Portland downed the Reds 4-3. t - Beryl Home, tagged for 12 hits, was the victor at Seattle. The Padres found Craghead and rel for 13. FAST MATCHES DUE WRESTLING FANS ON . ARMORY MAT CARD Whether or not Thunder Pete can solve Jack Hagcn's headiocks will be shown tonight in the armory when the two start their main event bout. Ralph Wolfgang and a gentleman known as the Masked Marvel will open activities at 8:30. . Both the ton wrestlers are given good ratings, but Hagen, by virtue i of nis long experience in the northwest is given the advantage. Last night at Eugene he was downed in a surprising finish by Dan McShain, while Pete fell before Jean La Bell in a one-fall match. The opener is anybody's match, for whenever mystery men appear on the card, they wrestle as mysteriously as they themselves appear. LEAGUE STANDINGS! ' : : Pacific Coast League J W. L. Oakland IB 7 Missions 15 11 Seattle : IS 12 San Francisco 12 11 Portland 13 12 Sacramento 10 14 San Diego 11 10 Los Angeles ....... 7 18 American League W. L. Cleveland . 5 2 Boston , 7 3 Chicago 4 : 2 New York . , - 5 4 Washington . 5 6 Detroit 3 4 St. Louis ' 2 .0 Philadelphia 2 0 Pet. .720 .B77 .850 S22 .520 417 .407, Pet .714 '? J " jjjjj ,4!i5 .4X9 .250 25o Nallonal League W. New York 7 . Cincinnati 5 Pittsburgh ..(,,.: 3 Philadelphia fi Chicago 4 St. Louis 3 Brooklyn 4 Boston 2 Pel. .778 .550 .500 .500 .500 421) 444 250 ItU Ml fif WIDTHI MMA-ICI AMEMCA'JUtMITEtT WALKING SH0EI McDowell Shoe Store The Home of Nationally Advertised Shoes DR. CHAN LAM Chinese Medicine Co. Natur) remedlM for dUordrn of llvtr, lomach, glanill, iKin A uritmr yitm of mvn tnd woman. Mew dUcovvrr tcr lUKNr dlibrtei without th u i of Iniulin. Ill yi'ftra In buint. Naturopathic Y. T, Lam. N.l. Phjr.lrlaiia tlDaialra Room I and t, Vvtii'llati Theater llldu.. Cor. Klrnt ami llroailalhln SU., Albany. Otflra lluiira: 1 . m. to 6 p. in. Tu,ttny and Saturday Only. Conauliallon. II I o o d I'mtaurr and IJrinr Tmu Krtt of Gold Chan. M.U. Chamr. FOR FULL MARKET PRICES Market your Kggs Poultry Cream Sheep Wool Live and Dressed Veal THROUGH SWIFT & CO. Albany . Phone 234 Barber and Beauty Work for the Entire Family At Popular Prices Hair Cutting Permanent Waving Hair Tinting Finger Waving Marcelling etc? WALKER'S Barber and Beauty Shop 215 Lyon St. Phone 679-R I I hpartans is not known, but the Thursday. Mrs. Hurry hprcnger match will show what Albany will and daughters Lois and Ardis, and have to compete against when they , June Murgason were shoppers in meet Corvallis In Aluuny on the. Albany - Thursday afternoon.. May day exhibitions. Ml..s, Norn CoRtcs of Albany is Albany has been defeated by a spending some time here at her large score at the hands of Salem, heme, while her duughtcr-in-law and has won a meet over Dallas Mrs. Alton Coalos, Is in Califor-and Independence. Corvallis has run &iS?.n11ftCrCd " "C"Vy tlL'fL'" mirbnra Gardner. Lois Sprcnger " . . and Elsa Graf spent Tuesday in Cupid dealt the Texas Centennial a staggering blow when lovely Irene Caldwell, below, the show's "Blucbonnet Girl," disqualified herself by marrying. 3ut the Lone Star exposition staged a magnificent recovery, and chose charming Frances Nalle, 21, above, to act as official hostess when the Centennial opens June 6. matory rheumatism. Miss Louise Rogers has been helping ut the J. B. Kecbler home while Mrs. Kcebler is recovering from a badly torn ankle caused by a dog bite. Guy Rogers has been on crutch es the past two weeks as his foot was badly crushed when a horse stepped on it. Will Blaeklaw lost a fine milk cow last week, supposedly caused by her feeding, on pasture that had been nipped by recent freezes. Mrs. Charles Mitchell and son Dee were in Eugene Monday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Joe Bally and baby son who moved to their home that day from the Eugene hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Archambeau and familyi of Stayton vicinity were recent visitors here at the home of her mother, Mrs. Jennie Neu- bauer. , Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Unger and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Luth- Keith and family and Miss Hil- dred Carter were Sunday callers at the Will Unger home. MARGARET IKONS HERE Margaret Irons, formerly statistician at the local national re-employment office and now assistant state statistician for the Oregon national re-employment administration, has left for Seattle after spending part of her vacation here visiting with her sister, Phyllis Irons. Margaret Irons plans to re-J turn here Sunday for another visit with her sister. ERE'S your amaz ing dividend! LATIC, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS Shedd Shodd The Prlscilla club met lasl Thursday ut the country home of Ml's- John 1 During the business meeting plans were !n"c .orB '! "'"ked food sale to be l,el? Sulurd.iy, April 25, the Proceeds lire to go to the garden d.,m, ,0 hp " wlth ih? lndscaping of ",0 P'"'" 80111,1 l"c Masonic Hall. Following this Miss Bcr- played many curios from Peru ,,,,, ., talk on the life and , " . ,, customs of tl le country. Miss Cor- "cl!son is e';pd in educational ?"d evnngellciil work in Peru. Mrs. L. A. Zimmerman won the irizo in the contest presented. & 5S andtrT Zhn by Mrs. merman. Mrs. Frances Klncli, . Mrs. Curl lsom and Miss Cornelison were guests. Mr. and Mrs. M. C, Thompson entertained with a pinochle party in the Uliinkenship hall Saturday evening. Mrs. Harold l'ugh won the high score for the ladies nnd M,'lle Ciiliiens the prize fur ho '" : Ford C. Potter of Portland was 'transacting business in Shedd .Salem shiiiii) ng. M Cjnu.0 Bllrth of Kl,lso. Wash., is visiting with her mother Mrs. Nellie Satchwcll. Mrs. Annie Stone returned home Sunday from Portlund where she h"0, ueen visiting with her daugh iter, Mrs. Fred Amore. Mr. and Mrs. Amore brouRht her home. The Missionary Society of the United Presbyterian church was entertained last Fiidav ut the W. n. Met Onnell liome, Mrs. F. 11. MrMcekcn led the dcvotionals, M rs. Herbert McDonald and Mrs. willnrd Brown were In chame of the lesson study, Mrs. Joe Brown and Mrs. Jusio Griffin were guests. A lovely decorated cake was presented to Mrs, W. 11. Mr-Council In honor of her birthday which fell on that day. Mr. and Mrs. W, Stevens nnd sons, Merle and Millard, Mr. and Mr.i. Ilonuld Might and daughters, UosiNilcc and Kleanor, and Mr. nnd M"s. ,lnhn Itumherrv, all of SI. .Helens, and Mr. and Mrs. F.l-m, :.,.. Mi.o m.... tji. ......... L, ;i,i !nnd, were week-end guests t the Frank Pimm heme. They OREGON'S FAVORITE r Try It k today ffi -t H WW PINT v m Si v. sy iyjLH y LUBRICATION SERVICE ) inu uuiuniK 1 1 iv l i v-iirviiniH here on May 1 as a part of the i annual school-dav programs. Scio Graders Will Enrpr "A" Linniin ' Scio. (Special) Scio grade school sorihall team will be in - eluded in the Linn county league in puiy in a uiMi nauieni at ninany, i ll(tiii'duM, May !). Scio will lie jrlassed as an "A" league, accord- nig in (, r. lauiweii, print iial nl , the school, Several schools In the Scio vicinity are expected to participate III "H" league teams. TYPHOON I AS1IKS l.lt.ON Manilu, P. 1., April 24. -A typhoon lushed the coast of Camar-Ines Stir province today, then dissipated off the eastern coast of the island of l.u.on, leaving nine persons missing or dead in its wake. Reports to the department ot interior said a motor launch ciniying seven passengers and crewmen was niissin. Two fisher men were believed to have down ed off Samar. I .U.S. llKATS LEBANON 1. 1 1), .IKin. (Special) The Lebanon high school Derrypiekei's lost to the University high baseball team, ti to 3, in a game played in Kugenc on the Frosh field on Wednesday. PIIACTICK SIKKT SKT A Oractll-r meetnm fur iitfieeri of Willamette ehanler n !' St i,l ! Shedd has been called for Monday, May 4. ac -ording to Mrs. Frank Sheemutc. worthy matron. I , ; CAR MAKERS RECOMMEND IT Saves iU Cod! TRANSMISSION and differential oils become contaminated with metal particles, grit, water or other foreign matter that causes eNcessive gear wear unless changed regularly. , That's why car manufacturers, who know what is best for your car, say "change gear oils eeery 5,000 miles." . ... Another important reason for changing gear oiis now is that wrhter-gradc gear oils become too thin in warm weather and do not give adequate protection. It's false economy not to change gear oils rqgnlnry. Go to your nearest Stop-Wear dealer today for complete Stop-Wear Lubrication Service. Drain old gear oils and refill with correct grade L'nion friction-proof Lubricants. It will cost you but little, and will add to the pleasure, safety, and economy of your spring and summer motoring. Stop-Wear Lubrication Service is available throughout Pacific Coast States and Western Canada. UNION OIL COMPANY mellower whisky . . . now n minimum of 15 months, priced Votver than it was at 1 2 ageing. And remember, genuine Kentucky straight and made from a for A Slop-Wear Lubrication Job includes the following: Complete Chassis Lubrication Complete Engine Lubrication . ( iWj not include oil ciilngf Complete Body Lubrication Inspect Battery Check Tires Clean Interior of Car WashWindowsandWinJshiclJ Check Windshield Wiper, Lights, Horn, etc. Over 40 separate operations per. formed on e.wh ear. 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