Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on May 8, 1936 · Page 6
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Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 6

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PAGE SIX THE ALBANY DEM 0 C R A T - H E R A L D, ALBANY, 'OREGOR FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1 936 1 School and Council Make Deal on Sewer - I Hollywood Star OAKS GAIN AS BEAVERS BEAT SIX CLEVEAND PITCHERS TAKE "OUT OUR WAY" By WILLIAMS f YOU SHOULD O' STAYED ' ', ( ON WINA,ICK..' TRET'S 1 TH' ONLY PLACE THET'S J ' I VACANT. Answer to Previous Puzzle 15 SEATTLE 5-3 SIX STRAIGHT New York, May 3. After get ting off to a bad start on their IsnoTRTTToiNn HELEN ET6 N5mpTa n ifjs U if pi I cp 17 DlfTtt EIRgSjTTfBL nLLLLIS 19 1 ' "A"r7lFiM m!7jF 21 CIA LI I CIOBeBcU RiVlE jS 22 ad oir e qTIim Rpo e a l It 25 tiotwHIsBtBnie s!tle 27 Fl irfoiWoiFTop 1 ia 29 diTl l is Bo r 1 SHs TmaTTl " FiE ssUaibia ttIeUn aimaI CTJTTiHfolRI 1lIeIcITIUIr!eIP' 43 eastern road trip, dropping their first four encounters, the Cleve land Indians have defeated their last six opponents using only six different pitchers, who allowed only 14 runs, an average of 2 1-3 ncr y:imn. . His best picture "The Container weight. si--You. Specifies. Military man. Expanded. To coquet. Goose. Striped, fabric. To tilt. block. Lubricated. Young salmon. Cnurcli bench. To unclose. Drunkard. And. Tircsoma person. Driving command. Eccentric wheel. Postscript. '. Southeast. Stop! Form o "nie." HORIZONTAL 1,6 Who Is the pictured actor? 12 riatform. 13 Beverage. 14 Heath. 15 Kinds. 1C Containing tin. 18 To decorate. 20 Born. 21 Grcetcil. 23 War flyer. 24 French. 25 Because. 26 Exists. 2S Form of "a." 20 Ceiius ut auks. :tu Quantity, 32 Fanatical in' opinion. 33 Excuse. - 34 Dry. 36 Spigot. 37 Corpse. :',!! Golf device. 40 Half an em. 41 Upon. 42 Cordeil cloth. 44 Heclliietl. Yesterday Mel Harder pitched the Indians to a 4 to 3 victory llr I'nttMl l'rrl Oakland regained some lost ground Thursday when it staged a free-hitting comeback from a previous defeat to down the Sacramento Senators 14 to 4. The win gave the league-leading Oaks a firmer grip on first place, while the Seattle Indians fell back a notch by losing to Portland, S to 3. It was the first victory taken by the Beavers during the current series. . The Oaks nicked Ward, Belcher and Scinsoth of the Senators for 15 hits, .while the latter accounted for U off "Wee Willie" Ludolph. . - The Indians put on a rally in the ninth inning, but it fell short. They put across two runs and had the tying runs on base when Don Trench, Portland right-hander. Harrislurg. (Special) The town council met Monday night and once more took up the question of a sewer main running up the street past the school gvm. Delegations from the two school boards met with the council and pfter considerable discussion . a final decision was reached. It was pi'reed that the schools nut in the shower and look to the town government for reimbursement later. The council agreed to nut the issue iip to the volers this coming fall, prohablv at the general election, and afk them to authorize the issue of bonds, warrants, or in some manner to pay the districts back. A cleanup day ws set. May 16. On that day a truck will go over the town and pick up junk free of charge if it is put in receptacles and these placed where they can be reached. It was decided to issue no more meal tickets in the way of relief at least until winter comes. It was agreed also that no concessions be made on rentals for use of the town hall. The William Whitfield Co. of Portland are auditing the city books. As no audit had been made for a long time the council thought it best to have the work done. 49 Twice. fu Til iter. 52 Station, "x 53 Pass. .i'I 54 Peels.' i'5 50 Moist.'' 4 57 Sernidlo.' 59 He is a star. GO He usually takes a rule. YKHTKAL , 2 Lazy poison. 3 Soup bar. 4 It is. 5 Bone. ti Bill ot fare. 7 Jargon. S Form of "be." !l Secured. 10 Lore. 11 Evergreen shrub? 13 Sesame. relieved "Hobo" Carson, French struck out Mullcr and Taylor and got pinch hitler Dutch Ruethor on a short fly. w ' The Missions bogged down bo over the Philadelphia Athletics enabling Cleveland to stay a game and a half behind the leading Boston Red Sox, who handed the St. Louis Browns their 11th consecutive loss 9 to 6. Jimmy Foxx led the way for Wes Ferrell to chalk up his fourth victory by blasting out home runs Nos. 7 and 8. The New York Yankees kept right up with the Red Sox by triumphing tl to 5 for their second straight over Detroit. The Chicago White Sox made it two straight over the Washington Senators, 11 to 6.' The Chicago Cubs maintanied their top position in the National League by edging out the Boston Bees 8 to 9 in 10-innings, St. Louis Cardinals scored two runs in the eighth, for a 3 to 2 win over the Philadelphia Phillies. The New York Giants were dislodged from third place by dropping a 0 to 2 decision to the Pittsburgh Pirates. Van Mungo chalked up his third victory . of the season as Brooklyn won its second straight, 7 to 3, over Cincinnati. fore a concerted San Diego padre uuacK, ip u. . . The San Francisco Seals came to life In the ninth and tenth innings to turn out 11 runs and win 16-13 overcoming the Angels, who previously were leading 9 to 5. l$UnfauiHt .nc. HECOE?ARF7 MAPE - NOT BORN . t ..ct.. orr f.5' J McLarnin to Fight . Canzoneri Tonight jl T S A tj o 9 I0- II j tmmm Tjj 1 - - ?7 ea 4S 45iS44 "qb" 49 1 I I LJ I I I II j SHERMAN, LA BELL GRAB VICTORIES IN ROUGHHOUSE CARD Ben Sherman moaned like a George Cross. Mr. Cross is the class udvisor. They returned home by way or Wuldport. The W. C. Pelhum car driven by Earl Wright turned over when -the brakes locked. No one wus injured but the car was somewhat bent. The seniors making the trip were Walter Pelham, lone Bullis, Leroy Wade, Harold Sickels, Fred McNeil, Harry Chance, Fredrick Robins, William Kirk, Louise Sturr, Phyllis Holt, Eluine Straley und Irene Davis. Linden Bramwell of Cor-vallis, formerly a member of the class, and Eurl Wright were guests. Chorus Will Sing Verdi's "Requiem' ' New York, May 8. Two of the ring's most valiant warriors of the past decade will meet In Madison Square Garden , tonight when Jimmy McLarnin, former welterweight champion, battle Tony Canzoneri, lightweight title holder, in a 10-round non-title bout. , Nearly 20,000 persons will pay approximately $96,000 to sec "Baby Face Jimmy" and "Bull-Shouldered Tony" flail away at each other. McLarnin will weigh 144. Canzoneri 13S, McLarnin rules a 7-8 favorite. good fellow at Abdul Kuhn's eye-gouging tactics in lust night's main event wrestling at the armory, but finally swung into furious action and won. That's quite a tiling for Ben, who is notoriously weak against rouhnccks. Oregon State College. Corvnllis. being applied to the Scio Confectionery building. The interior also is to be renovated. G. L. Flanagan, sr., will represent Scio Townsend cliib No. 1 ut the state convention in Sulem May 30, it was voted at a special meeting of the club Thursday night. W. J. Turnidge was named olternate. Miss Edith Pentney of Roseburg was a recent visitor in Scio. She is a former English and foreign language instructor in Scio high school. Billie D. Foster, 5-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Foster, fractured both bones of his right arm Saturday in a full. A son of' Arnold Boyanovsky suffered a severe ankle Injury when hit by a baseball. David Freilng suffered a cut lip Sunday In an accident. Mrs. H. E. Tobie' of Eugene was under medical treatment at Scio during the past week. . Tl Clever and respected among Mil May 8. "Requiem" by Verdi will be presented by the mixed chorus on Sunday, May 10. at 3 o'clock in the men's gymnasium under the direction of Prof. Paul Petri, di those not given to rough habits, Ben is one of the northwest's Tournament Drawing ' Wheeler, soprano; Rosemary Lnr-! The work features solos for all rector ot music. The. chorus will popular grupplcrs. But against ruffians he has been quite lulile at least until last night. Perhaps It was Kahn's twisted Planned for May 15 Loggers Defeat Portland 5 be accompanied by the symphony orchestra under the direction of Delbert Moore, conductor of the to 2 sen, soprano; Matilda Hoist, tor voices as well as for the chorus mezzo-soprano; Harold Witcraft, ; and a double chorus. The division' tenor: and Louis Crow, bass. The ! are "Requiem and Kyrie," "Day of project is an all-college project as Anger," "Oh, Lord. God," "Holy." I only college students are partici-, 'Lamb of God," "Light Eternal,", paling. ' land 'Lord. Deliver My Soul." GLENMORE DISTILLERIES CO., I no. orchestra. The public is cordially Drawings for the sixtli annual Louisville Owansbore invited to attend. Linn county baseball tournament will be made in Lebanon May 15 Soloists will be Catherine leer thut aroused Ben. The Seattle Turk stalked Ben ail over the ring with an unholy expression on his swarthy face. At any rate Ben became mad, und mad enough to capture the first and third falls in blazes of action. He was a Veritable tornado as he buffeted Kahn from rope to rope to capture the deciding fall in three minutes flat. Previous to that both wrestlers emitted plenty of grunts. The crowd suspected Knhn of eye-gouging from the opening bell, und grew indignant while Ben yelped bloody murder. After at the queen's bull. The drawings will send eight teams into action on Newport field in Lebanon May 30 for the first round of play. Then on Friday, June 5, during the Strawberry fair, the winners will meet to decide who will go into the championship contests Saturday Y Awards will be. given for three places. . Portland, Ore., May 8. College of Puget Sound beat University of Portland's baseball team, 5-2, yesterday, the second defeat for the Pilots In 1 1 games. Score: R. H. E. Puget Sound . .... . , , ' B 9 1 Portland 2 10 7 Pete and Miller; Hatch and Woibler. league standings ; ; 4 Coast League ghindlngt -;" W.' I,. Pet. Oakland f!7 13 .678 Seattle ;.. 84 15 .61S Missions : , ; 1 10 19 .R00 San Francisco , 10 19 .000 Portland i... 17 1R .4Hfl . Sacrnmcnto 17 ?l .447 San Diego 17 22 .4110 Los Angeles.. 13 26 .333 LATE, COMPLETE three or four minutes of thut. thel O. B. Wattenbarg of near Greens bridge was operated at the Albany General hospital Tuesday ! by Dts. Prill and Wallace. A bone infection of his left arm was relieved, i Deiiiuson's grocery in Scio has installed a new vegetable table Willi two spray nozzles. An 8 by 10 foot ice hoiisc vith six inch walls has been completed nt Max Wescly's confectionery. Mr. Wesely expects to stock a ton of ice for commercial use. J. E. Walls, Scio . strawberry grower, reports that blooms this yeur nre less heavy than last. Walls has 12 acres of the berries in cultivation at his farm four miles northeast of Scio. At a recent sheriff's sale, Max Wesely purchased the three lots between the Scio city hall and the My In Bartu residence property. I NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS DON'T DELAY! Buy now, and pay when you get; your bonus. ' WE have been told many times by manufac- . turers that furniture prices are sun to rise in the near future, due partially to the unprecedented demand in the flood-stricken areas. So don't delay! Buy now and let your bonus save you money. ; Sweet Home Sweet Home. Ruth Russell wus elected candidate for queen nt the Strawberry fuir ut Lebanon Mon It's Summer Time And Here are Specials That Make Buying Early Worth While! popular Portltindcr cut loose und in whirlwind style, mixing shoulder butts with hard right-hund punches, took1 the full while the house shrieked in delight. The second fall went to the Turk after a long siege of wearing Hen down with a hnmmorlock He applied a crab-hold to win In nlne-and-a-half minutes. Tno Inst tall wus n repetition of the first, only quicker. Ben cut loose from Kahn's eye trick siiuri-ly after the bell to win in three minutes, 47 seconds. Thunderbolt Pete, New Mexican Indian scheduled to grapple Joan Lu Bell in the scmi-finul, still nursed a knee injury from his bout here two weeks ago, und was confined to the sidelines. The National League SUmlliisn " " W. 1.. Pel. Chicago 12 7 .632 St. Louis 11 7 .61 1 Pittsburgh ' 10 B .556 New York ' 10 9 .526 Cincinnati 10 11 .476 Boston 6 11 .421 Philadelphia ...... 0 13 .409 Brooklyn , . . . . 8 12 .400 day at u meeting of the student body. Miss Russell is u member of the graduating class and is the youngest daughter of Mr. und Mrs. John Russell, pioneer residents of Sweet Home. Everett Daugherly has accepted a position in the Mill City school, us teacher of the seventh grade und baseball coach. He has been employed ut Ilolley during the past year. GASOLINE W 260 l'EK CENT San Francisco. The California State Autimobile association has calculated that the tax on gasoline has risen 260 per cent ill the last 10 years.' OREGON'S FAVORITE Mr. and Mrs. Waller Lcicy and family were week end visitors ut unpopulur Dutch Bauer took his i place. That caused the crowd some worry at first, for with both men ' American League Standings W. L, Pel Boston 16 8 .727 New York 15 6 .714 Clovelund ; 14 7 .687 Detroit. 9 10 .474 Washington.;.',.... II 13 .456 Chicago 8 10 .444 Philadelphia ' : 7 13 '.850 St. Louis 3 18 .143 Mill City, which is their former home. Mr. ond Mis. Wilbur Thompson of Waterloo district are the parents of a H's pound son, born May 4. This is the seventh child in the family. Mr. und Mrs. It. C. Snoek of Sleepy llolloy huve a baby daughter horn May 5. Waller McCoy, 11 year old son of Mr. und Mrs. Lloyd McCoy went to Sulem sanitarium for treatment Wednesday morning. He was accompanied by Rev. John Rittermever. dirty, they didn't know whom to cheer for. La Bell was not quite so villainous as Bauer, so ihey finally swung n slight approval to him, und he rewarded them with u win. 'the first full went 11-iinci-ii-hulf minutes before Jean won with three grunts, u couple ut' stilt rights and u body slum. A hnmmerluck forced Joan to yield the second one to Butier in seven minutes, und following more i- FR08II BEAT I IK.KNK v Eugene, Ore, May 8. Bill Suylcs pitched University of Oregon Frosh to a 2-1 victory over Eugene high Thursday. He held the preppers hilless, but , they scored on two errors and a sacrifice, Snvles struck out 10. , ml SIMMON'S MATTRESS SPECIALS These mattresses are left overs shady pluy, an airplane spin gave the mulch to Lu Bell in six nun- I ules und 46 seconds. ' Mrs. Calhe M. Bigbee has accented the nosition nf teiirhini? the LAWN MOWER SPECIALS Tempered Self -Sharpening Blades, Tool Sleel Ball bearing construction. blade, 14-inch 01 7 Regular $7.95 9 4 -blade, 16 in. $y QC 5-blades, 14 in. r Q JF Regular 59.50 iTmI :; Regular SS.50 Ca7 McDowell's Seniors at Halsey Holley school for the coming year. Mrs. Eugene Ellis and small son of lascadiu have been guests at the home of her 'mother, Mrs. Clara Dougherty for several days. 1275 from our recent Simmons Sale-Stock limited. Regular $19.75 . . . Y. . . Moke Newport Trip Shoe Store '.The Home of Nationally ..: Advertised Shoes Halsey. (Special) The senior CI class of the high school observed! flunk day" Monday with a trip to j ncio. heio enurencs plan ap- NOW PLAYING! Ends Saturday! CHARLIE CHAPLIN IN MODERN TIMES Newporl. propriute program for Sunday in HOW TO MAKE A SMALL LIVING-ROOM ACCOMMODATE A LARGE FAMILY ... for a little money ! They were ehnneioned bv Mrs. observance of Mr.ther s Day. there J. W. Davis, Mrs. Charles Straley, I will be special music and readings Mrs. Ralph Wade, Mr. and Mi s. i given during me usual services. D. W. Bullis and Mr. and Mi"0 A new coat of while paint is New Luggage ' Tan ' - COMING' , SUNDAY A Rc.illy Great DOUBLE BILL " all rubber hose ' -, ' ' . s in. guaranteed V jRYIS vL. 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