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PAGE EIGHT THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT. H ERALD, ALBANY, OREGON SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1936 Return From Alaskan Honeymoon Claims National Altitude Mark OAKS KEEP LEAD BEATING ANGELS; DUCKS WIN AGAIN BULLDOGS TRIM SPARTAN TRACK TEAM HANDILY GROVE'S WIN GUARDS LEAD FOR RED SOX ft fM s smut, lm4t' "&rfMr'mSSmmmmmmr' r T ' Agnes Cantrcll, Phebc Isom, Ann Cersovski, Margaret Fitch, Martha Hawkins, Viola Zybach. Two in the class did not go. Mrs. George Goodman and two children, Sonny and Buddy, of Mcdford were Saturday guests here of Mrs. Cora Goodman, their mother and grandmother. The Three-Link Rebekahs met Tuesday night and nominated ' Albany won its May-day track meet handily, walloping Corvallis on . Central field ' yesterday, mk to 34V4. In winning Albany captured nine first places and tied for another, while the Spartans netted , only three and one tie.' , . .. ' It was evident that the Spartans were performing under wraps, saving themselves for today's Willamette Valley meet in Cor-vallis, Blackledge, their crack jrtar, never did step into high gear although he took a first in the high hurdles, tied for another in the high Jump, and grabbed a third in Jhe broad jump. ' Among the outstanding events was the century dash. Merrill, Hall and Reynolds, all of Albany, raced home in a dead heat to split a three-way tie in 10.8. Mc- Mrs. Percy Dodd and daughters, Lavetta, of Irish Bend, and Mrs. William King of Corvallis, visit- ' ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James G. Gourlcy last Thursday. Mrs. Cash Polinski and little son, of Camas, Wash., who were overnight guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gourley last Wednesday returned home with Mrs. Dodd. Rev. and Mrs. Albyn Esson have moved to Warren ton, Oregon, where Mr. Esson has accepted a position as pastor of the Christian church. For the past 25 years Mr. and Mrs. Esson have made their home on the farm now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Morgan. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fay Wrightman last Sunday included Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Kuer and children. Barbara and Marion; Frank Wrightman and Mrs. Ora Stockton of Salem, Frank Wrightman, jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Aya and daughter, Mildred, of Albany, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schott and Mrs. E. P. Schott. of Sublimity, and Mrs. Dolly Farlow. Mr. and Mrs. Alvia Wrightman and daughter and Mrs. , Fay Wrightman visited with Mrs. Wrightman's mother, Mrs. Henry Schmidt, of Sublimity last Friday. Glenn Farwell of Portland spent last Thursday at the home of his . sister, Mrs. J. W. Pugh. Mrs. Gordon Allen, granddaughter of Mrs. James G. Gourley, is critically ill at her home in Toledo. Mrs. Charles Alexander, Chloris, Ardys and Larry Alexander and Mis. S. E. Alexander of Albany, spent last Monday at the home of Mrs. G. H. Ray at Lacomb. Virginia Ray, who had spent the week end at the home of her cousin, Chloris Alexander, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Crocker and children, Bonnie Jean, Nor- (llr I'nllrd Prr) The perscrvcring Oakland Oaks put another prop under their lead in the Pacific Coast league standings with a 4 to 2 victory over Los Angeles, evening the series. Blasting out a four-run rally in the fourth, the Oaks clinched the victory behind Douglas' tight pitching which permitted the cherubins only seven hits one of which was a home run by Don Hurst, in the ninth. A four base cut by Johnny Fredericks, which sailed hi(?h over the fence,' gave Portland a 1 to 0 victory over San Diego. The first baseman's clout was one of the four hits Portland got from Wells George Caster held the Padres to seven scattered hits. The game evened inc series. At San Francisco, the quixotic Senators from Sacramento blasted out another surprise victory. over ine seals in a night game. Push ing over six runs in the ninth in ning the Solons shot past the slim lead which the O'Douls had carefully piled up in previous stanzas, and trounced them 11 to used three hits, two walks and an error to account for a quintet of tallies. They scored again in the eighth. Don Osborn and Hunt homed for Seattle, as did Sprinz for the Missions, Cougars Slap OSC With 13-2 Defeat Corvallis, Ore., May 2. Washington State college, scoring in each in ng except the first and ninth, defeated Oregon State, 13 to 2, Friday in the first of a two-game scries. The ciVc game was played in a drizzle of rain. Bob Kinnaman held the Beavers to six scattered hits while the Cougars pounded two Oregon Stnte southpaws for 16 hits. Bill Kaliback relieved Dean Johnston, Coach Slats Gill's acc left-hander, in the sixth. The Cougars backed up Kinna- Laren and Morgan, doth or ai- j 7. bany, also finished deadlocked in A scoring rampage in the sixth the mile, and the high jump was inning gave Seattle a 7 to 5 vic-spllt four ways among one Cor- tory over the Missions, and cven-vallis man, and three from Albany, ed the series. Leading 5 to 1 going . The summary: 'into the deciding inning, the Reds 100-yard dash Merrill, Hall, fell behind rapidly as the Indians r , ipr I I fF'V.V?' Mr. and Mrs. Albert Almoslino, flying Seattle. Wasn.. noneymooners, New York, May 2. Robert Moses (Lefty) Grove, yesterday shut out the Cleveland Indians, 6 to 0. In applying the goose egg to Cleveland yesterday Grove batted in the Red Sox's first run with a long outfield fly. It would have been sufficient to win, but with 10 baschits the Red Sox scored five more to protect their scant nail game lead Hum Inc New York Yankees. The Yanks stretched their winning streak to eight out of nine by eking out a 3-2 victory over the White Sox. Third place was taken by the Detroit Tigers, who halted Phila delphia 4 to 3. Slugging out a 17 to 1 decision over St. Louis, the Washington Senators climbed from fifth to fourth place. St. Louis took second place from the idle Cubs by winning 12 to 0 from Brooklyn. Dizzy Dean dealt out only three hits in registering his third victory. South. w Leity Grissom, making his major league debut for Cincinnati, turned in a 4 to 3 victory over the Phillies. From cellar to a fifth-place tie with the Pittsburgh Pirates was the story of the Boston Bees' 6 to 4 triumph over the Buccaneers. The Chicago Cubs, whose game with the leading New York Giants was postponed by rain, were in a virtual tie with the Cardinals for second place, but fewer games played by the Cards gave them an edge in the percentage columns. VILLAINOUS KAHN DEFEATS LAWSON; BAUER FOULS KENNA Probably two more unpopular men than Abdul Khan and Dutch Bauer never appeared in the Al bany armory in a grappling match Kahn was dirty all the way through, and just no-account in the eyes of thc crowd, but he won the main event of last night's card from Buck Lawson, a good- looking guy from Knoxville, Tenn. ,,11? Vi" Smf lf:P!,srg. Ibe mu.stachToed Abdul out ,0 ! commission with a scries of head-! locks. Khan made for the cLj ropes, grabbed on there, and Buck grabbed Khan, attempting to pull him loose. He did, but to such extent that Khan lit on him and the force of the backward body fall knocked Buck's breath away to present Abdul with 1 the third fall, Previously Abdul had " made himself the immediate villain before the crowd what with the precise mustache, taunts, and shady tactics. With the spectators booing lust ly, he took the first fall in 16 minutes, 35 seconds with a i returned after the harrowing experience ot spending six days ot privation on a lonely Alaskan beach when their airplane capsized in rough water. Suffering from frostbitten feet, Mrs. Almoslino, 18, was carried ashore at Seattle. Olivene and Irene Schlegel, Gale mjn. Caldwell, Joe Van Bibber, Ever-i Jvlr. and Mrs. James Rutherford ctte Atkeson, Elwyn Shaw. On of Saiem have announced the ar-Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harry : rivai 0l a son bo,.n at the Salem Cheesman, Mr. and Mrs. Gene hospital April 18. Duane Bruce is Canning, Mr. and Mrs. Henry , tneir second son and third child. Bryant and Raymond Shank Mrs, Rutherford is a daughter of drove down and brought the boys Mr and Mrs j. Wi Cox o La and girls back. , comb. Mr. and Mrs. Avery Swink and ' Bryan Sanders has purchased Albert Swink from McDowell thecorner lot across the street Reynolds, A, tied lor nisi; uiml: i 10.1 120-yard high hurdles Black- ledge, C, first; Warner, A, second; Henshaw, A, third; time: 18.7. Shopt-put Groshong, C, first; 1 Graves, C, second; Long, A, third; distance: 38 ft., 4V4 inches. High jump Blacklcdgc, C; Hutcheson, A; Misner, A; Henshaw, A, tied for first; height: 6 feet, 3 inches. Mile McLaren and Morgan, A, tied for first; time: 5,11. Broad jump Hall, A, first; Groening, A, second; Blackledge, C, third; distance: 18 feet, 1014 inches, 1 - i . 220-yard dash Gibson, A, first; Reynolds, A, second; Merrill, A, third; time: 24.1. ' 440-yard run MacMIUan, C, ' first;- Richmond, A, second; Chandler. A. third: time: 5T. Discus Fox A, first; Groshong, C,, socorV Graves, C, third; distance: 98 feet, 11 inches. ' 120-yard low hurdles Henshaw, A; first; . Warner, A, second; Cummings, C, third; time: 15.3. - 880-yard run Watson, A, first; Washburn, C, second; Hamm, A, third; time: 2.19. Javelin Hobertson, A, first; Groshong, C, second; Flsk, A, third; distance: 143 feet, 3 inches. 880-yard relay Albany; time: 1:41.8. . LEAGUE STANDINGS Pacific Coast League " :' :. . W. L. Pet. I Rather airish garb this winsome miss is wearing, but it's appropriate, for Annette Gipson is airishly inclined, offering as evidence what is claimed as a new national altitude mark for a light plane carrying a passenger In her 90-horscpower craft, the New York pilot ascended an estimated 14,000 feet over Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., during a swore thunderstorm. man with errorless bail. Ed God-dard led the Cougar batting attack with four hits in five trips. managership,' faculty representative to the student council, and advisor to the Kappa Kappa Phi fraternity. Much tribute was paid to Ins teams last fall when the unmis who pepped his teams to high rv,.w h m,. nnrt m i a Swjnk from tlljs neighboihood drovc to thc coast OI, Saturday for clams Mrs Mattje Swink kept! tnc children while their parents wcre gone i George Githens and Mrs FiSnkiin SteUmachcr entertained eThl-s.cl-bathe Githens u-. rri 1 .... r aftcrnoon was spent' socially . a tu inoon g ti,n iu .1 u r,,.h 'H' ,.,.;, i hnr Joey Mack to Leave Next Week for Puget Sound Post LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS Sodaville Sodavillc. Program at the com munity meeting last Friday night consisted oi two negro minsircis by pupils of the local school, songs by Alice Rose and a piano solo by Lorainc Rose. Numbers furnished by Lebanon talent were: vocal solo by Ronald Gilson, saxo - phone solo by Melvin Gilson and :'Ltl MhJ-" S rteri f spoke. Cake and cof-! "l : fee wcre served during thc social, hour that followed. A "chile" supper and program js dilted for Thursday evening, ; May 7, at thc school house entertainment is free and will consist of skits and misccllan- ! eous numbers. Bowls of hot chile . con carnc with crackers will be on sale. The Christian Endeavor of the local church is sponsoring thc event. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Pierpoinl have moved to the Brush creek community, above Crawfordsville, where Mr. Pierpmnt is employed in a saw mill. They marie the I T1.V:i"f i 1 Lacomb Lacomb. A surveyor under the employment of Hammond Lumber Co. is at work for the company in the Green Mountain district. The family is camped in a modern house trailer at the Granger station. A group of loggers, who are furnishing logs for Crabtree sawmill, and their fam- ilies are also camped on Crabtree creek. Arvy Pyle and Earl Edwards spent the week end as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lon Raines of Eugene. Raymond Wirt came home from CCC camp and took his brother, Cecil, to Portland last Friday to consult a doctor. They returned home Saturday and report Cecil's condition to be improving satisfactorily. Mrs. J. Swena reports that her nephew, Donald McCloud, a for mer resident of Lacomb, has been , in the navy the last three years I and is well pleased with his vocation and expects to re-enlist at the expiration of his enlistment in August. Mrs. E. W. Bartruff was hostess to the Neighborly club at her home Thursday afternoon. Twenty-three present included three visitors: Mrs. Eugene Farrell, Mrs. Henry Turnidge and Mrs. J. W. Cox. lur. and Mrs. Harold Schumacher of Stayton moved into the De-Keyper house the first of the ween. Mr. Schumacher is employed at Ford Lumber comDanv's f,.m hie mvi i.,iin ti, r,M garage building has been razed and other improvements made, W. S. Clark is the owner of a new car. Mrs Henry Gilbertson and son, Junior, left by train Sunday for her former home in Lewistown, Monu rhn rnnrlition nf Mrs Win I .nr. wodo, who suffered a paralytic stroke about tw0 wecks go is unimproved.' Her daughter. Mrs. Mary Beard of Salem is taking care of her. Kv' Cyril Lcabold, prior of the Monastery of Mt. Angel, was a guest of his uncle and aunt, Mr. "no mrs. j. c. may last wcck Will Smith of Seattle, Mrs. Elsie 1 Simpson, Mrs. Helen Pinder and "icir families of Portland were I'1'1'0 t0 attend the funeral of Hugh Smith, returned to their respect-1 'Vl; homes Sunday. I Foster the EvViilclIi' charge: meV'Tues day afternoon ot the home of Mrs. Fred Wodtli. Mrs. Elwin Shorey of Westfir visited her parents one day last week. Mrs. A. E. ShTwoed. returned tmm snith.-l n Cali fo.nin S-ilnrrluv Portland weekend visitors. Twilo Tabler is sick with a severe sore throat and is under the care of Dr. Lanqmaek. All of the family have had the disease, but are improving. Millersburg Millersbure. Dinner euests at Joey Mack, resigned Albany college coach, will leave for Ta-coma and a coaching job at College of Pugnt Sound next weekend, he said today. Ho will be baekfield coach in football and 1 her birthday and Mrs. James head man in both basketball and takable fighting spirit of his teams baseball during the coming year. was noticed in spite of their re-Final approvement of Mack's cord. Editorials and columns were appointment will come late this ui'illi'n nhmil Mm finl v Utile rnnrh spirit 111 thc face of national ridi-rday. cule. j In all he served two full sea- Caldwell was also presented with nmvors as s,e has ,ccn ill. Mrs. jlcnl.y Bryant conducted a ' short business meeting. Plans were made for' tl)e' muslc d;iy t0 b'c held at the n;in duri11(! lusjc wuck. Guests 'were Mrs. Fay Githens liom Pe- oria, Mrs. Clara Thompson from Albany and Mrs. Rose Morgan who makes her home with her daughter, Mrs. G.thens. I Mr .'and Mrs. Will Caldwell wc'?. dinner guests at the home i:f "!. Vil were Airs. Altrcd rreeksen of Shedd and Mrs. lialbig and son of Albany. I and Son, Mrs. Clyde Wagner month, Dr. Edward H. Todd has tee of Puget Sound. . j Mack came to Albany as coach ' during the basketball season of I 1033-34. He took the helm for that sport only that year but in thc fall of 1034 became head coach and eventually was swept into nation-wide fame with his lacomu college, A recom-1 already passed The crowd yelled wildly forlmo ;'y' ",k""i w,,h l"Cm a Ilii.-k In let,. lii. In !,, Kluin'e liw- tics, and nlong in thc second fall thc southerner swung into action. A fmu thrn:it vi.it h Ui i-inht nrm I'opuiauon 01 inc Minute itingc ia:.i ounoay wncn iwrs. i-.uoiu'y district was increased last wecK j entertained in honor of her busby the arrival ot a son at the 1 band's birthday. Other guests by Buck, and then Abdul jumped:110"10 of Mr' und Mrs Paul Oakland 24 10 .706 Seattle ............ ..20 15 .571 Missions ....... .....18 15 .545 Portland ....,.:... 17 15 ;531 Sacramento .........15 17 .460 San Francisco ...... 14 18 .4.18 San Diego '....,14 '21 .400 Los Angeles ........ 1 1 22 .333 ' American League ' ? 1 W. L. Pet. Boston '..,..12 8 .706 New York ...11 5 .668 Detroit 8 6 .671' Washington 10 8 .556 Cleveland 8 7 .533 Philadelphia 6 0 .400 Chicago 4 0 .308; St: Louis 3 13 .188 i National Lea rue I ' W. L. Pet. New York 8 a .oia St. Louis 7 5 .683 Chicago .....8 6 .571 Cincinnati 8 7 .533 Pittsburgh ". 6 7 .462 Philadelphia 7 10 .412 Brooklyn 8 9 .400 Boston 0 7 .375 football squad last season when Major Howard C. French of they became the "national dc-1 Vancouver, Wash., who was in featist" champions Willi 26 con-1 Albany last summer with the re-sccutive losses. serve fliers who spent several His record bears more than ' weeks at the local airport, was an losses under his reign at Albany, ! Albany visitor yesterday. Major for he developed several outstand- French - recently returned from Ing athletes, and what is more, Washington, D. C, where he had held the combined respect and' b''"M trying to secure military air-friendship of them. j l"1,s on the Oregon coast line. Outstanding in that list is Joe L H" --" that the war and navy t i, .u 1 11 1 departments are desirous of air- ,Ku .Z . .. , "igton coast and also in Alaska. bet and James, visited over the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Barnes. Donald Crocker is spending the winter ut the home of Mr. and Mrs. Barnes while he is attending school at St. Mary's academy in Albany. Mrs. J. W. Pugh, who has bocri ill for several months is slowly improving in health. She is under the care of a Corvallis physician. Denny Denny.! Mrs. Eula Montgomery , was hostess to the Denny community club at the Denny school . Thursday afternoon. Twelve members and four visitors were present. Visitors include Mrs. Vidah Barry. Irene Moss. Ruth Cray and Mrs. Elliott Cray. Aftrr the busi- ncss a contest was presented by the hostess with the prize going to Mils. Hattie Moalry. Mrs. Annie Fothergill was welcomed into thc club as a new member. At the close of the meeting dainty refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Lucille Montgcmcry and Ruth Cray. In March the Denny Community' club met at the home of Mrs. John Nichols. New officers were in- stalled. Mrs. Mildred Huston was elected president; Helen Moaley, vice president: Mrs. Hattie Mealry as secretary-treasurer and Mrs. James Montgomery elected . as pows rerPrlrt Now Playing Sun. - Mon. Double Bill POOR 0L0 DAD.. One word fron Mm end rmy kid In tttt IntiM did fust m Ik )JMm! NiEVErar aturday NIGHT7 I U N e"l A N G THOMAS BECK i E 0 P R 0 U TV SPRING BYINGT0N PAUL STANTON If CtB-tlll 1t Pl'TVI! 25c till 7 p.m. VBS5Bfi iSViJ 'fj":"iiii UVL ENDS SATURDAY SW basketball mentor. He is a gradu- ate of Oregon Stale college, French Boosts for McNary Re-election Hl' 18 working through Senator MrNury for government usnoort Major 11. C. French is a strong advocate of the re-election of Senator McNary because of his great work in congress for the state and also by virtue of his seniority and ability. McNary is being supported re- h Tench Bv WILLIAMS THAT'S UTOPIA SOU THREE -THAT'S TH1 WAV PEOPLE SHOULD BE UkE, &UE&5, PUT I CAN'T.' j I'D HAE TOLD HIM TO TA.KE HIS NOtrV TOBACCA AN JUMP IN TH LAKE. iveiin 01 roil urioio, mrs. u. i.. aflin. iin extended vi.it and busi-Ellis from Corvallis and Mrs. ncss t,-ip. John Bryant were dinner guests L.i-t Thursday was Achievement at the Frank Bryant home Satur- day for the 4-H club members and day. ! lenders. Demonstrations from the Mrs. William Stellmncher en- forestry, sewing and cooking clubs tertained with a noon day dinner Wnrc prcrntcd. Miss Cnwgill, as-last Friday for Mrs. Ella Telford si tant state club lender was a of Oregon City, who has been her guest, a-iri told the members what house guest for several days, other clubs were doing. O. E. Ladies invited were Mrs. Will Mikesell, county club leader, said Caldwell. Mrs. Gene Canning, he was very much pleased in the Mrs. James Caldwell. Mrs. Minor nrogress the clubs were making. Clark from this neighborhood and Lurch was served by the "Camp Mrs. George Anderson and Mrs. Cookerv" boys and their leader. Frank Ackerman from Albany. M"-s. Harranc. Mrs. Teletord left for her home Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Jo""s and Friday .evening. I children, were Albany shoppers, Mrs. Byron Bradshaw spent Saturday, last week at the home of her 1 Miss Viva Smith and Mrs. Har-mother in Salem. Mrs. Collins has rang attended the meeting of the been ill und was in the hospital 4-H club work leaders, held in several days. Albany Saturday afternoon. Prize for the best costume at1 Charles Krauger. Mr, and Mrs, thc "Hard Times" party at the frank Kraueer and May Isom. all hall last Saturday night was Salem attended Mr. Stitts fu-awarded to Mrs. Frank Bryant by 1 npr ner"? Sunday, the ii. rices. Mrs. Clara Thomnson. I J- p- Harrang. and James were ; 1 ROOKS OUTRUN FROSII Corvallis. Ore.. Mav 2. Oreeon State Rooks won the 13th annual if relay meet from University ofjehcria writes Mack regularlv Oregon Freshmen, 4 to 1, Friday, marking thc 11th victory for the ocaver youngsters. Ham ana wind was not only head coach, but also1 gardless of partv lines in numer-preyented any record-breaking director of student body funds, a ! ous sections of' the state, states mu S ri7, . 1", ' ! ...,.1. 1 . ,, ,'. """'""?" "'in mii-wium. iiu itiy joi luuntus at death's door in the hospital, gaining his release only this soi inu. Now 111 Oakland. Ter- On the campus he was popular, and active in schnnl nffnii's He paralleling a graduate ril I I vaci I T I HIT ADMIRE "lOU FOR THlNKIN' HE SEZ, SO- WHAT A MAN.' WHAT A TBACCER MUCH AS NOBLE CHA.UACTE7? FIR IT' r a -ttp f y I "" 1 'OUT OUR WAY" ' TUAT1 WUAT T 1' A REAL AAAN HIM rLK A CHEW O iivpp thp rmips. pvic pnt v mil :it-' isfied that Buck's intentions were the best. While he was there, Buck grabbed him, threw him into the ring, and then put on a fast and furious three minutes of mauling him. Khan recovered to again apply the hammeiiock, but this tunc Buck broke loose, and in reply to eye-gouging and finger twisting, rendered Khan groggy with a few punches and an effective headlock. Time was just under ten minutes. Buck continued his hcadlocking tactics in the last fall, and had it won until the backward fall. The semi-final contained that other villain. Dutch Bauer. He was in a match tooth-aud-nail with Bill Kenna in what was called i grudge. Anything went except permanent maiming, Referee Tiny Simmons of Philomath announced after receiving many boos during thc bout. Both wrestlers agreed to the terms belore starting. Kenna finally won out on a foul, when Bauer, also mustach-ed. became too energetic in his merest in Bill's eyes. A leg-scissors put Bauer groggy early in the bout, and a series of drop-kicks and a body press gave Kenna the first tall in ten minutes. Alter a deal of slugging by Bauer, he evened the match 14 minutes later with an arm strangle. Then came 7 minutes of fast going, until Bauer was pulled otf Kenna by Referee Tiny for too much eye-gouging. Saturday, May 2 5 p. m.. On the Campuses: 5:30. Music: 5:45. What the Kducators Are Doing; 6. The Dinner Concert: 6:30. evening Farm Hour 0:30. New Publications; 6 45. Market and crop reports and weather forecast; 7. Future Farmers of America; 7:30. Finals Oregon State High School Debating League; flit: 15. United Press News. 1UOOI) DONORS KI.lt COIN Toledo. Two University of Toledo athletes. Charles Copp and Charles llennessy, flipped a coin ! I KOAC Radio j Program j ; 4 C3 I TBACCER AN' "GO BUY VOUR VOL) MAKE A9 I i Mfc," HE'S Rl&MT. AN' I ADMIRE HIM witn. Guests at the Frank Crosby home b k day were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Dimicld and Air. and Mrs. E. W. Aiulcrsun and daughters, Laura Mae and Marjuiy 01 Portland. Mrs. S. E. Edwards returned to thc home of her Daughter, IVlis. Frank Crosby, Sunday alter spending six weeks 111 Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Simmons have as their guesl this wecK Mrs. Simons' brother. Otto Bur-gen. Mr. Borgen has been in Cali-lornia for the last six months and is on his way to the home of Ins parents at Genesee. Idalio. Attending the conference on family living sponsored by thc college extension bureau and heia at Aloany Friday were Mrs. Henry liiaiKwcll, Mrs. FranK C'rosuy and Mrs. A. 11. Parrish of this cumniuimy. In the same party were iirs. J. j. Cuyte ot Crowloot and uiis, ban Uai ot icua.iuii, Riverside Riverside. Fifteen girls, members 01 luc "sewing companions and 'l-isan-ou-ivan ' tanning ciuds met at the nome of the leader, Aiis. William trccrKson on v edneaday atlcrnoon. ivuss Helen Lowgui, assistant slate club leader was present and displayed sewing liom 4-rt mcnioers snowing Lie gn is Iho type ui woi'K uone una aio how 10 choose aemonsiiation and judging loams iront among tneir niciiioers. On Saturday iirs. frrcorkscn with Lila McCutciian, Doroiny Stewai 1 and r ranees nmier auenned tne meeting in Aluany ul wuicn Miss Lowgiu was present. On Tuesday atlcrnoon a group ot neighooi'lioiHl women nu-t ai the home ot Mrs. Harry Liecs-nian as a surprise 111 minor 01 tier uirtnday. I'hitse bringing relresli-ments and spending lite atlcrnoon were Mrs. George AlKcson, Mrs. J. K. Crouch. Airs. Will L'.ndweil. Alls. Green Hastings. Mrs. rranK-lin Stelimacner, Mrs. Chriss duller and Mrs. Gene Canning. Mr. and Mi's. William rrevik-son and Mr. Freekson s mother, Mrs. Lea FrccrKson, troin Lu-gene are planning to leave Sunday on a inp thai will take them as far east as Minnesota., 'i'liey will visit relatives in South Da " ""V r'11 1K0" ..w kota where Mrs. Freorkson will tnis neigitborlnHxl- were francos and sniricy nryani. irgmia Miller. Maigaivt Jean .Canning. ; Joyce Stellmaclior, Lona Andrews, i tbe'the home of Mr. and Mrs. James wow a 1 j i 1 Mrs. Rose Morgan and Mi's. Sam Burch. Refreshments of sandwiches, caKe and coffee will be served at the community meeting next Saturday. May 2. Those attending will bring either sandwiches or cake and cream for coffee. Mr. and Mrs. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Buckncr and Mr. and Mi-s. Paul Dawson arc on committee. The program will be given by the Kingston community club. The Riverside Calf club met at the home of Raymond Clark last Friday tvcning with 14 members present. Harrisburg Harrisburg. The newly organized chamber of commerce m&t Monday night and adopted bylaws.. President J. J. Cramer postponed the appointment of committor until hp hari limi to Innk over G. Gourley last Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gourley and children, Marie. Ruth. Stanley and Stewart, of Knox Butte, and George Gourley of Los Angeles. Stanley Gregory, member of the Oregon State colleeg heavyweight rowing team, -is taking part in the water sports carnival at Seattle this week end. He is a guest at the home of his brother, Ted Gregory, while in Seattle. Mrs. Fred Caldwell of Cascadia and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Krcgcr of Corvallis were overnight guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred present The Wednesday Embroidery ehib will meet at the home of Mrs. A. B. Custar Wednesday afterno-n. Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Pupf)have instiilled a new refrigerator at thmr dairy farm this week. Mrs. Gus Gefeke, who has been confined to her bed because of illness is now recovering nicety. material available. It was decided I Krcger last Saturday. Early Sun-to meet each second and fourth j day morning they, with Mr. and Moiidav nights. A committee was r Mrs. Krcger and sons, Irvine, appointed to confer with the statej Edwin. Loran and Alvin. drove to hmhwav commission in regard tojMt. Angel to help Mrs. Leonad widening the hishwav and Falk celebrate her seventieth s'l-ughtening out tiie curve at t he i birthday w ith a family reunion of Yeon bridge. 42 members of the Falk family in the corridor of Toledo hos- '-'-v l'm" " ""'" m company with Mr. and Mis. pital. Cupp won, so he entered the, ru-orkwii Uimn from a visit (.,. . !nk'ep. who accompanied operating room, rolled up his with relatives in Minnesota. jihiin as chaperons, thov went to sleeve, and gave a pint of his Those intending the State Chris- KWport. returning Moiidav eve-blood to Dr. Philip C. Nash, pre-t inn Endeavor convention from ,mi.. i the list of seniors"-were stay until Mr. and Mis. William Mondav was "Sne-k Dav" for: the Inch school seniors. Saturday jh,. names of the following: L01 one Marguth. Clarene Spurlin. M.ntha iv, k. J Bund. Kulph - Hone. Elsie C'l'.risleiiseii, EntTV Cramer, sMcnt of the university, who was ill. D.-ll. Want Ads Bring Ui-sults o 0 Q o

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