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.'-;-r5t.-o.-iii.ivi'iiiu rAGE-rsix; f T H E - A" U B A R Y D E M 0 C R A T: H E R A C D " A" C B X R V r 0 R E S 0 R TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1936 ft OUT OUR WAY" By WILLIAMS Christian churcli Vocal solo, Mrs. Leonard McCaw: vocal solo, Goes to Mat LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY f'lZsOSH. WHAT yOU GUVS ARE OM , NO VOL) t DON'T LIKE I A PICTURE .' &ETTIN' IN ON W PON'T I WANT THI COLE" IT I ! HUBBELL HARD LUCK HURLER THIS SEASON to Tau Beta Pi, honorary in en-I gineering. Mr. McGowan is a son lit Mr. and Mrs. John J. McGowan of Lebanon and attended Lebanon schools before entering Oregon State. George Howland of Newberg has purchased the property of the Central Lumber company and will begin business, in association with his grandson, George Nugent, in the first part of this month. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Milsap and Mrs. Florence Christy of Port-; land were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Jones. BLOOM , OLP AIN'T NO ORDiNASV WITH A CLAUSE PERSONALITY AN' RAIL FENCE, CAMERA -THIS 15 IN IT. SEE I AIN'T IN THE - ANP VOiJTHS A MOVIE CAMERA, MY MANAGER- MOOO T'DAY, ' V PlCKIN' POSIES. WITH COLORE P HE'LL ARRANGE AnVWAY. J-s-r,' J FILM REAL TH' PETAILS. V'," Mrs. Albert Arnold; mixed quar- 'tut. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gatchell ,.md Mr and Mrs Gilbert Looney; vocal solo, Mrs. Gilbert Looney. Lebanon Lebanon. About ten members of the Lebanon high school chapter of the National Honor Society attended the state convention held on the Reed college campus on Saturday with the Newberg chapter and Reed col-1 iege acting as hosts. Miss Clara-1 lee Cheadie. advisor of the local ; . i i 1 t ' i I I j ' chapter. Arthur Pengra. principal I p of the high school and Robert eOfia Small of the faculty accompanied! Peoria. Mrs. L. B. Bayne, the students. Alice Mae, Mary Ann and Seth A piano recital by students of ! Bayne of Lake Creek visited Sat-Miss Jessie Skinner, all of whom ' urday with Mrs. Bayne's two sis-were girls, was held at the Skin- ters. Mrs. Grant Brattam and Mrs. ner studio on Tuesday evenini! of , Clarence Brattuin. last week as a prelude to Na-1 tional Music week programs. , Little Miss Nancy Ann Kirkpat- TOT" n IVUllinn LKJL a ivi "HUH Battling lor tne largest "purse" in his career. Everett Marshall, above. California claimant to the world heavyweight wrestling title, seeks Sl.00U.0O0 damages in a libel action in federal court in Columbus. O. He demands that sum of the Saturday Evening Post and live mat promoters lor alleged dis- ' paraging remarks about his j wrestling ability j Mrs. Ernest Powell. A solo was given by Mrs. Merlin Hill. j Mrs. Charles Hart ''"viewo'i a chapter of the book, "Women Un- 1 dor The Southern Cross." Guests I were Mrs. jonn uaiavan, Mrs. Harry iviarcum, Mrs. uavis and Mrs. .KODinson. ; Mrs. Paul McKee and v.,,,. mother, Mrs. Emma Miller mo- tored to Bonneville Sunday on a pleasure trip. They stopped in Pnl'lljinH tn Quo Mm nnr.i Mum- nhrev ivhn h!i hnor. hoHf.-x:! f,.r nearly a year and one-half. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Al-brecht and two children of Portland were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lynes and Elbertine. Mrs. R. C. Thomas and son, Dclavan, spent Sunday at the beach al Newport. Rev. and Mrs. Carl Wacker- acccmuanicd Rev. Herbert Hen- nett to Jefferson Sunclav morning. Rev. Wackerbarth delivered thel morning message at the local 1 l ! I I rick announced the numbers of i Doris Mae Workinger. Mrs. T. O. the program and Jean Post and j Tibbetts, Oliver Tibbetts, Mr. and Ruth Zimbrick gave sketches of Mrs. Percy Taylor, Betty and the life of Mozart and Beethoven ! Joan Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Russell whose compositions were played ; Githcns, Billie and Ronald Githe-by the young performers. Char- i ens and Mrs. Glenn Curtis, lotte Bohle played a clarinet solo i Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Nichols with her sister, Dorothy, as ac- j were business callers in Albany companist, as a special feature ! last Saturday, of the evening. i Mrs. J. W. Lamar and daugh- The following girls played solos ter, Helen, were business callers and duets: Jean Voegelin, Betty ; in Corvallis last Saturday. Thev Irvine, Janet Whelan, Kathryn ' also visited Mrs. Lamar's sister, Voegelin, Patty Reeves, Hallie ; Mrs. O. J. Lovos. Ashton, Sally Sue Irivine, Audrey ' Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Mason are Webb, Ruth Zimbrick, Helen leaving Monday for Nebraska Michelson, Nancy Ann Kirkpat- where they are to visit their rick, Jean Post and Charlotte daughter, Mrs. Walter Sheffield Bohle. 'and family. They are also to visit Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Looney of Mrs. Mason's mother in Iowa and PAT. OfF. NEIGHBORHOODS Ash Swale Ash Swale. Harvev Crowe took his school to Shedd Friday where they took part in the Achievement Day program that was held by the grade schools in the Shedd Union high school district. Mrs. Wilma Harrison and three sons accompanied Mr. and Mrs. dav on business. ( Ed S. Bowers was in Albany Monday on business. Miss Ethelyn Watson is confined to her home by an ' attack of measles. - Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Harrison and Miss Frances Booker drove to Eu-aenc Friday to see Roll Vaughn, who was very ill in the hospital. They found he had passed away Thursday. He was buried Saturday, Mr. Vaughn was a brother-in-law to Mrs. Harrison and Miss Booker. ... C. J. England, n Eugene Baptist pastor, was a dinner guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harrison. Mr. and Mrs. Will Harrison returned from Scio Mondav and on Thurrday were called to Sheridan. They drove down to Sheridan Friday and are at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paine. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gamble and daughter, Irene. Hazel Jean Harrison and Mr. and Mrs. Barnes drove over on the McKenzie Saturday on a business and pleasure trip. Word was received here that both Mrs. C. Carlson sihH AUwu i Carlson of Lebanon are well on ir-ii i. ii the road to recovery. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harrison ! enlled on the Etui Oxford family of j East View Saturday. Harrisburg Uarrisburg. Mrs. D. G. Clark is spending two weeks visiting with a sister in Portland. The Henry Bros, circus gave two shows here Mondi v. It was quite an ntt'e'ion for th children. The Lake Creek-Busey club will meet June 4 for a lusinetJ session. The meeting will be held at the hen'o of Mrs. Flora Williams. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sib'erwood vere he''" from McMinnville Sunday visiting with Mrs. Silver-"oed's mother, Mrs. Alice Mur-dock. ,Mrs. Toademever and liftle son nr home from the hosniti'l at Junction City. Mrs. F. S. McEl-downev and babv bov are home from the smp hospital. Mrs. T. W. Sommervule s sifter. Mrs. Goforth. of Portland, is a gu-st at the Snmmerville home. A surveying erew of eight or ten nTn have pitched eamo here and will do government surveying for a while. Cramer Brothers ha" '"Id then-..nvehi'" tn Jnnks-White Seed Co. of Salem. Thev keco their lmnbr business. As .Tenks-Whit" have bnueht seed here for several .,o"r M.'ni"h lh"ir aeents it is presumed that they want th" wn renown inr i-;"cr m,,,;... uu,- l,:.- . I .m- 1 u-'e for housing hay for a number of vears. Miss Margaret More was here from Monmoulh. where she is at- ' Festival Event Is Postponed for Week Jefferson. (Special) Because of conflicting programs, the community music festival which was scheduled for Thursday night at the Christian church, was postponed until Wednesday night. May 1.1, at 8 o'clock at the Christian church. Mrs. J. O. Van Winkle is chairman of the program committee, and other committee members are Mrs. C. V. Clodfelter, Mrs. M. D. Looney, Mrs. J. T. Jones, Mrs. Jamc Pate ami Mrs. John Tellium!, The program to be presented by the churches, the school, various clubs, and communities, is as follows: . Ash Swale School Plans Last Program Ash Swale. (Soecial) The Ash Swale school budget board met Monday night at the home of the clerk to make out their annual budget and till out the election notices. , Ash Swale school closes Saturday, May HI, with a real com-, mtinity day program, basket -duir ner at noon and a IkiII name between the pupils and A:h Swale dads in the afternoon. The public is invited. Mr. Crowe has been re-hired lor the coming year. The eiclilh grade graduation exercises I will be held with that of Shedd union. PLAN MOTHERS' PROGRAM', I Evangelical church and conduct-1 Pmg trip. ed the communion service. R.v Mitchell, who is employ- The Cotton Blossom Singers on a Southern Pacific bridge from Pinev Woods, Miss., will building crew, spent the week end present a musical program at the ''is parents and friends. Christian church Thursday eve- Eugene high school won the ning, May 7, at 8 o'clock. A free- ! baseball game played with Leb-will offering will be taken. The 1 anon high school on Friday at nruceeds will be used in the Eugene with a score of 2 to 0. debut. trance fees; umpires, playing schedules, and various troubles facinjj the executive committee. Junior Ball Series Will Be at Woodburn Woodburn, Ore., May 5. The state title series in American Legion junior baseball will be played here for the second consecutive year this summer, the state baseball committee of the Legion decided.' Woodburn;--Is , remodeling its grandstand for the playoff with the help of WPA. Sealing capacity of the park will be doubled. McSHAIN TOSSKS SHKRMAN Portland. Ore., May 8. Danny McShain, of Los Angeles, tossed Ben Sherman. Portland middleweight, two falls out of three in n wrestling match last night. Jack Hagen. Louisiana, lost to Jack Lipscomb, of Uidinna: Robby Burns- disposed of Abdul Khan, and Corp. Allbridgc downed Dutch Bauer. TRl'CK STRIKE OVER Salem, Ore., May 4. l'ortland-Salein truck service was again normal today after . seven operators had granted o wage Increase from $4.50 to $4.75 to (III drivers who participated In a two-day strike. I he concession came yesterday after the operators had conferred with Hugh W. Reynolds, Eugene, representing ihe teamsters' union. The new agreement will extend until Sept. 1. VISIT AT F.I'GENE Mr. and Mrs. George Parker; Mr. Parker's father, Ed. Parker, and Mrs. Flora Wheeler of Albany went to Eugene yesterday to visit Harrv Parker, brother of Mrs. Wheeler and Ed. Parker, who is confined to a Eugene hospital after having undergone a major operation. VISITING KltlEMIS HERE Dr. and Mrs. C T. Uoosa. Buffalo. N. Y., formerly of Tillamook, are here visiting for several days with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Taylor, who also resided in Tillamook county before coming here. -ruttr Jcuerson were guests in ie numc oi ivirs. uooney s parents, air. ana mrs. r.imer negesiei and Mrs.Looney's sister. Mr Glenn Tucker on Sunday. Word has been received from Mr. and Mrs. Slialer Peterson of Eugene telling of their plans to spend tne summer in Minneapolis, iviuin., wneie ivii. j-eieisuii win teach at the University of Minnesota during the summer sessions. Mr. Peterson taught in the Lebanon high school for two years and has been on the faculty of University high school in Eugene for the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Smith drove to Salem on Sunday afternoon where they were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Boyle. lvllss Mi"' McGowan Saturday in Portland on a spent shop- John McGowan, a student at Oregon State college, has won high recognition in two different branches of study and was recently elected to membership in Aipha cnapier ot Pi Mu Lpsilun, honorary in mathematics and also MOOSE ATTENTION! Sec This Great Picture "The Greatest- C a rime Tonight, Wed., and Tliurs. GRANADA THEATER Buy your tickets of members or at the hall. 50 of tickets sold by members goes to the lodge. It's a great ricturp. Tell your friends. Don't miss it. Admission 2Cc, Children 10c New York, May 5. Carl Hub-bell, ace of the New York Giunt mound staff, was headed straight toward the role of "Mr. Hard Luck" in the 1936 baseball pageant, today. ' Mubbell was the most effective pitcher in the National league for two years, letting the opposition down with an average of 1.66 earned runs per nine inning game in 1933 and with Z.OB in 1934. This season he has been even more effective, yet has lost two of his three games. In 35 innings of of hurling Hub-bell has allowed only five runs, an average of 1.28 per nine inning game.-One run, was not earned. Yesterday he allowed only four hits and outpltched Lee Sline, rookie of the' Cincinnati Red staff, all the way, but was beaten 1 to 0. In Carl's last 26 innings the Giants nave manufactured only one run. The Chicago Cubs, idle because of cold weather, movod into a second place tie with the Giants as a result of New York's defeat. ' The league-leading Cardinals missed fine opportunity to gain a game when they fell before the Boston Bees, 7 to 6. . . The Brooklyn-Pittsburgh gnme was called off because of cold weather.- , All but one of the American league games were postponed because of rain. The Cleveland Indians defeated the Washington Senators 6 to, 3 which left the league standings unaffected. COAST LEAGUERS -j TO START PLAY in ; split series . ' Shifting to new battle fields, and entering the first split week of the season for, three-day - stands, instead of the usual siv-dnv series, the eight clubs of the Pacific Coast league re-open hostilities Tuesday. The league leading Oakland Ouks move in on the unpredictable Sacramento Senators for a three day stand, with a good chance to increase their four game lead over the second place Seattle Indians. Then on Friday, the same two clubs renew warfare In Oakland. ' Meantime, the second place Indians meet their northern foes, the Portland Beavers, in a "switch" series at Srattle. After three days they move down to Portland to renew the battle. The .Ben vers are In a deadlock with the Mission Reds for third position In league standings. The Missions, meanwhile, take on the San Diego Padres, now re siding In number spot, then the two clubs switch back to Sun Franclco to close the scries in the Seels' home bullynrd. ' ' The Seals and the Anuria will itage the fourth series, W.bfeer Defeat , .' Vandals by 4 to 1 Eugene, Ore., May 5. University of Oregon defeated University of Idaho, 4-1, yesterday in a northern conference baseball gnme. Bob Millard, Webfoot sophomore left-hander, let the visitors down with three hits, and struck out hln. Wally Geraghty connected for two of the Vanduls' three hits. Oregon got only six hits off Lctty Holberg, who showed flashes of U'ildness, walking five, McLean. Oregon catcher, tripled and singled In his' two appearances at the plate. IScorc:- : ' R. II. F. Idaho . . . i . . .' i. l 3 2 Oregon . . ; '4 6 2 : Holberg and riuldwin; Millard oiid McLean. . Jefferson Beats . Mill City 15 to 13 juffcrson. . (Special) Jefferson high school boys pluyed Mill City on the local diamond Friday, winning tlio bascbull game by a score of 15 to 13. ;.Wadc Harris was put out on home, on the only near home run. Cqtherwood got a 3-bagger. The game was 13 all at the half of the ninth inning, when two men got on,- and Grenz knocked them In to end the game. Jclfcrson battery: E. Turnidgc and MeClain; Mill City: Cutherwood and Wood, Sain. -: The ''grade team played the teams from Stay ton. The girls won by u score of 32 to 8, while the boys lost to Stuyton. 7 to 14, Wet Grounds May Block Sport Events . ? 1 . i . Rain.' today threatened all the scheduled sports events. Grounds were wet at Central field, and on the Albany college campus. As a consequence two events on Central field, Albany high's baseball game with Lebanon, and the Albany- Oaks initial proctice of the season, . were liable to postponement. Willamette University was slated -to come -to -Albany for a tennis match this afternoon, but that' loo may be delayed. MniCA'SIMHITESTWUKINtSHOEt MCDOWELL'S SHOE STORE The Home of Nationally Ad ver - lined Shoua - . . I IIt 1,11 ( WIDTHS AAAM.CIC Local people seen in Corvallis last Saturday were Mrs. Ida Freerkson, Bob Howard and , oiner relatives, rney expect to ue gone until fall. Their daughter, Mrs. Kose Oalman arrived ar- rived Friday evening to visit her I parents and go to Portland to make plans for the trip. r Mrs. J. W. Lamar and daughter, Helen, visited Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Porter in Shedd. Today Only! HE GOT HIS MAN! STARTS TOMORROW "MODERN TIMES" with CHARLIE CHAPLIN $ 119 50 I OFTH . ' MOUNTED' k IRENE k jA ItM g'y HtA ' HWVICt. INC. T M. BIQ. U, . PATTY BERG WILL PLAY IN DEFENSE OF CURTIS TROPHY Gleneagles, Scotland, May 5. A team of six players was named to day bv Mrs. Glenna Collett Vare of Philadelphia, captain of the American squad, to defend the Curtis cup in the biennial golf ser ies with Great IJiilains women tomorrow. The English non-playing cno- tain, Miss Doris. Chambers, also selected six players to represent the union jack in tomorrow's six sini'les and three foursomes. ; Those left off the American team were Mrs. Frank Gold-thwaite, of Fort Worth, Tex., an alternate, and Murion Miley of Lexington, Ky., one of the six "regulars" who e place was taken by little Patty Berg, of Minneapolis, nominally one of the two substitutes. T h e d r a w for tomorrow's matches: -:...'. Singles; Mrs. Vare vs Wanda Morgan; Petty Berg vs Mrs. Helen Ilnlin; Charlotte Glutting. South Orange, N. J., vs Pam Barton; Mrs, Maureen Orcutt Crews vs. Mrs. J. B. Walker; Mrs. L. D. Cheney, Los Angeles, vs Jessie Anderson; Mrs. Onal S. Hill, Kansas City, vs. Mrs. Marjorie Iloss Garon. Foursomes: Miss Berg and Mrs. Vare vs Miss Morgan and Mrs. Garon; Mrs. Crews and Mrs. Cheney vs Walker and Miss Barton; Hill and Miss Glutting vs Holm and Miss Anderson. Mrs. Mrs. Mis. SOFTBALL HEADS CALLED TO MEET WEDNESDAY NIGHT Softball managers and executives will meet in the city hall tomorrow night at 7:30 in their most important confab of the year. At that time the league is slated to organize, complete with all rules and regulations for the season. President Al Trimble has requested that all sponsors as well as team managers be present at the meet, inasmuch as financial arrangements for the season must be made. All problems confronting the Softball league revolve around the playing of night games under the lights on Central field. Payment of cost of the lights is the first obstacle in the soflballers' paths. Minor difficulties include: en- A pli end bl pleci ich to HOTEL live. 'Portland Mctly loc.tr d. Mwfnth Avtnut el YKill, uit two ninutct drive Iron Broedwiy. Mod tin end ftrco'oaf, Quiet lu 'round in tt. Excellent dinlni service. Populir leten European PUn (toon), with (Mlh, 1 fciton, end up. wo or'voni, i end up. AmtHcin PUn foe, w'th beth, 1 rerton, 1 4 end up wo Dertont, & SO end urx f A.FI Mnttr to eat ure u Mm "' d m,-',''' Pwl for a week end vis-gram next Sunday begimnnr at'1 11 a. m. A short program dedi-r- w- Mu"le- cated to mothers, including a brief i rr pageant; is to be presented. In I JetrerROn the artei noon at 2:.'ltl Myron Wil-! Jefferson. The Woman's Mislaid of Albany, recently ordained, ' sionarv society of the Christian is to speak. The general public is church held its May meeting in invited to attend the program the church parlor Friday after-which is to be in charge of Mrs. j noon with Mrs. M. A. Hutchings U. B. Dallas, superintendent of the , unci Mrs Robert Terhune as joint school. j hostesses. Mrs. Sallie Tandy was ( in charge of the program and con- NKW IDEA CI. IB TO .MEET (ducted the devotional period. A meeting of the New Idea club; The subject for the study period has been scheduled for Friday was, "Liberty Loving Paraguay." all day at the home of Mrs. John Talks and readings were given by Oirnogio. southeast of Albany. i Mrs. I.ee WelN. Miss Lou Miller. school at Piney Woods. Riverview Riverview community Mrs. C. V. Clodfclter's orchestra: over ture, "The Bouquet," Laurenda: ! vocal. solo, 1 ne weciomg ot JacK and Jill." Allelic McDonald. Special number by the Jefferson Better Business club. Jefferson Schools Rhythm band, grade 1, 2 and 3, "The Secret": songs, grades 4, 5 and Ii, 'Morning Hymn," "Over The Heather:" song, grades 7 and 8, "Sing When You Are Happy," "Gondolina;" songs, "Santa Lucia" sind 'A Merry Life," Tiieone and Neota Schafer: Jeff Hi trio. Laurel Jackson. Marcia Smith and Jaunita Holt, 'The Syncopated Melody," and "The Glow Worm." Vocal number by the Jefferson Townsend club. Evangelical church Vocal solo, selected. Rev. Herbert Bennett; vocal solo, selected. 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