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; PAGE EIGHT THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1936 mcr home Sunday. Mrs. Schafer is a sister of Mr. Sommer. man and Mrs. Paul Lardon of Crabtree vicinity visited Mrs. Otto Conley, 122, San Francisco, in the eighth of a ten round main event on last night's fight card when LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS Mr. and Mrs. James Riley andYonkcr Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Coultard j ; combined business and pleasure trip. The men attended the baseball game while there. Mr. and Mrs. Claire Miller motored to Eugene Sunday and visited their son, Thomas, and wife. far as Crabtrce and visited at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sprenger were all day guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. Mack Powers in BEAVERS EVEN SERIES, DEFEAT SEATTLE 10-5 Locust avenue and Oak street with disastrous results. While the truck was not materially damaged, the logs rolled across the curbing and sidewalk and landed in the flower garden of Mrs. E. Ellis, doing great damage to the garden. Mrs. Clara Starr went to Salem Tuesday evening where on Wednesday she joined Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Bishop on a trip to Lewiston, Idaho. - The play, "Henry's Mail Order Conley s seconds threw in a towel while the San Franciscan was trying to get up after his third knockdown in that round. Eddie Norris, 134, Salem, and Johnny Christmas, 137, Seattle negro, drew (6). Frank Riggi, 184, Brooks, knocked out Leo Setosky, 187, Tillamook, early in the first round of a scheduled six-rounder. Zackie Shell, 144, Gervais, deci-sioned Eddie LaValley, 142, Portland, (4). Marvin Blanton, 135, Brooks, won the decision from Leonard Wolfcr, 134, Hubbard, (4). Bearcat Netmen Beat Bucs 7 to 0 Willamette took a sweeping vic tory from the Albany tennis team yesterday in Salem, 7 to 0. The victors swept every match from the Pirates, experiencing trouble in no division. Scores: Harvey, W. beat Nichols, A, 6-0, 6-1; ClemeB, W, beat Kramer, A, 6-2, 6-0; Beauchamp, W. beat Hoyt, A, 6-1, B-l; Haman, W, beat Buckley, A, 6-2, 6-2; Lamberton, W, beat Bryant. A. 6-2, 6-3. Harvey and Clcmcs, . W, beat Hoyt and Kramer, A, 6-0, 6-2; Beauchamp and Lamberton, W, beat Nichols and Buckley, A, 6-3, 6-4. I LEAGUE STANDINGS National League Standing W. L. Pet St. Louis .......... 12 Chicago 12 Pittsburgh 11 New York 10 Cincinnati ... 10 .632 .600 .579 .526 .455 .421 .409 .400 12 11 13 12 Boston 8 Philadelphia 9 Brooklyn 8 American League Standings nnd children were business visitors in Albany Saturday. Those of this vicinity enjoying the day Sunday at Island Inn were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Prokop and daughter, Anna Mary; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Prokop and children, Larraine and Jimmie; Mr. and Mrs. Ira Serfling and children, Mr. and Mrs. Jean Kelly and son, Maurice; Mrs. Francis Serfling and daughter, Eddie; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Higginbothum and family of Silverton. Mrs. Glenn Philippi is now staying at the home of, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sommer, as her husband has employment near Detroit. She will be here until her school closes. Mrs. Robin Truax of Albany and Mrs. Jess Rodgers of Scio visited at the home of Mrs. Laura Piatt Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Myers of Winchester Bay visited relatives over the week end. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Sommer and Mr. and Mrs. Myers drove over to Marion where they were over night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Myers, parents of Mrs. Sommer and Mr. Virgil Myers. Children of the upper grades of Riverview school went in a body Wednesday to visit Darrcll Shepherd who was confined to his bed several days. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Peterson and son, Robert were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reddy. Mrs. Virginia Barnard of Portland was a guest at the Paul Lardon home last week. Mrs. Barnard is a niece of Mrs. Lardon. Mrs. Peter Peterson, who lias been seriously ill for several months, is greatly improved and is able to be up about the house a while each day. . Joe Hendricks of Portland, field man representing the Oregon Co-Operative Dairy, and Mr. Culbcrt-son, also of Portland, employed as cheese maker in the co-operative plant, were business visitors of John Shepherd Tuesday. Mrs. Frank Wedcile. Mrs. Htiff- Tennessee Tennessee. The Tennessee P. T. A. final meeting for the school year was held Friday, May 1. The school children presented each visitor with a dainty May basket made during their art hour. The program leader, Mrs. Reta Ayers, introduced the topic "Mother s Day'1 which brought forth many timely selections and election of officers for the coming year result ed as follows: president, Reta Ayers; vice-president, Martha Fritz; secretary. Verna Wagy; and treasurer, Ethel Hlacklaw. Meet ing adjourned until the beginning oi scnooi next ran. The community club will meet Thursday, May 14, at the home of Mrs. Jane Fitzwatcr. Karl and Gall Burkhart spent Sunday afternoon with the Comely boys. Frequent rains have saturated the ground and are fine for the newly set berry field. A sudden storm of wind and rain Sunday afternoon reached almost the proportions of a cloud burst. The Tennessee school and community dinner will be held at the school house Wednesday, May 13. Miss Josephine Fromherz, who has been assistant sewing teacher at Salem's school for the deaf, came home Saturday to stay a while. Mr. and Mrs. Will Carter and family of Halsey spent Sunday here at the Loren Blacklaw home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Unger were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hollingsworth of Spicer. The barn on the former Mun-scy farm has been re-shingled. The other buildings on the place were re-covered a couple of months ago. Mrs. diet Mitchell had 21 young chickens drown in Sunday night's rain, rather an unusual occur rence in Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Audey Unger and daughter of Albanv were Sundnv visitors at the home of his par-.474:ents. Mr. and Mrs. Leighton Propst and Donald Dashney spent Sunday in Salem with Mr. and Mrs. Will GIVE HER A VACATION FROM THAT HOT KITCHEN TOMORROW Oakland zoomed along, comfortably established in Coast league leadership Saturday, with a win Friday night over Sacramento to oven the count at two-all in the current week's series, .i Gaining a full game on the second place Seattle club by virtue of the' Indians' 10-5 loss to Portland, the Bill Meyer squad drew 11,000 fans at Emeryville Friday night in defeating Sacramento 6-2. San Diego grabbed its third win in four starts over the Mission Reds, nosing out Willie Kamm's boys 5-4 in an 11-inning contest. Portland's Beavers moved a half game ahead of the San Francisco Seals to gain fourth place in the standings and even their series with Seattle through their defeat of the Indians. Dick Gvselman -J.., (n IVtfAA runs In thn third for the Indians with a long double to the outfield fence at the Portland park, but Pitcher George Caster tamed the Reuther squad inereaiier ana nn icBiii-inniL-a hammered four Seattle pitchers to score five runs in the fifth inning and four in the seventh. Vos Angeles, in another night game, beat Lefty O'Doul's San Francisco Seals 7 to 3 in the Seals own backyard, after playing the initial three games of the series in the southern city, CARDINALS BEAT ; CUBS TO CAPTURE TOP JN NATIONAL New York, May 9. Young Wilbur Brubaker starred in the Pirates' 9 to 6 defeat of the Cincinnati Reds. He had a perfect day at the bat . with two doubles and two singles in four attempts. 'In' the only other National league game, St. Louis rooted the Cubs out of first prace with an 11. to 9 decision that was nip and tuck all the way. Jn the American league the one-two clubs the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees lost In the only two games scheduled. The Philadelphia Athletics defeated the Yankees 3 to 2 and Washington won from the Red Sox 12 to 9; Willamette Takes Two From Pacific ; Salem, May 9. , Willamette university's baseball team pickod up two gnmes from Pacific yesterday, 7 to 4 nnd 8 to 0. keeping in the race-with-.-Linficld . tor western division honorB in i the northwest . conference , Walter Weaver, Bearcat hurler, pitched his third successive one-hit game of the season in tlio nightcap. Scores: R. H. E. Willamette 7 Pacific 4 : Burch and Wclsgcrber; and Tuom. R. Willamette ........... 8 11 2 6 Olean H E. 0 Pacific 0 1 4 Weaver and Moc; Relss and Gearin. Canzoneri Awarded Nod Over McLarnin New York, May 9. Tony Cnn-lonerl decisively defeated Jimmy McLarnin after being all but knocked out in the first round at Madison Square Garden Inst night. McLarnin was out on his feet at the last of the tenth as Canzoneri pounded him with lefts and rights but without enough power left to put the baby-faced Van-couvcrlte out. Canzonerio won the unanimous decision of both judges and Rreferee Donovan. Spina Wins Over, Conley at Salem ' Salem. Ore., May 9. Al Splnn, 123. Po.Vand, won from Mickey OUT OUR WAY" "Bring her to our New Modern Dining Room for an Enjoyable MOTHER'S DAY DINNER It will be a Gift she will be sure to Appreciate THE MONARCH CAFE West Scio West Scio. Mr. and Mrs. Charles White were called to Wash-ougul last Sunday by the illness of Mrs. White's mother, Mrs. Al White. : Seventeen relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Quigley last Sunday to help Grandma Quigley , celebrate her 91st birthday. She received two large birthdny cakes and many nice gifts and cards. Vila and Louise White spent Sundav nieht at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Studnicka. Mr. and Mrs. John Roner and two children visited last Sunday at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Rob Shultz of Hungry Hill. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. O. Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Funk, Mrs. J. L. Arnold, Mrs. Clarence Leffler, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Arnold were among those from here attending the funeral of Dennis Watkins at Albany last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Quigley were Albany visitors on Tuesday. They also visited at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. E. S. McCrne. Mrs. Mamie Davis cared for Grandma Quigley in their absence. Mrs. Lyle Shelton was an Albany visitor Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles White were Salem shoppers last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hay of Sil-verton were visitors here at the home of his cousin. T. H. Quigley. Mr. and Mrs. John Roner made a tup to Salem last week with a load of fat hogs. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Inman spent last Sunday at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn and Frank Shoemaker nt their new home at Sun-dcrson bridge. Riverview Rivervicw. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Fawk were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lardon last week on their return trip from eastern Oregon, to Klamath Falls. Mr. Fawk is an in vestigator for the liquor control commission. Darrcll Shepherd, who underwent a minor operation at Jhe Albany general hospital last week, is home and getting along nicely. He will be able to return to school next week. Mrs. Elsie Burtnick is now employed at the Dave Looncy home on the Jefferson-Salem highway. Mrs. Irene Wirt and daughter, Ruth, of Salem. Mrs. Paul Lardon. Mrs. Huffman, Mrs. Frank Wcddle. M'". Frppk K!mh"n" ""id daughter, Elsie, Mrs. Harold Riley and Miss Betty Gcarhart, all of Crabtree vicinity, called to see Darrcll Shepherd last week. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Holt of Salem spent the weekend ot their farm. ' The regular Farmers' Union meeting was held Saturday night. The binding twine order was pooled and delegates elected for the state convention which is to be held at Mt. Angel May 19, 20 and 21. The election resulted as ."ol-lows: Mrs. Fred Sommer and Harold Maine, delegates; James Johnston and Frank Perry, alternates. Those enjoying the birthday dinner Thursday evening honoring Jnmes Riley were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Coultard and children, Lois and Gale, of Portland Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wcddle and Mr. and Mrs. John Riley of Crabtree vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Leighton and daughter, Mable, were entertained as dinner guests Sunday at the John Shepherd home. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Gilkey und daughter, Shirley, left Thursday for Jewel, Ore., where Mr. Gilkey will have trucking employment for several months. He recently purchased two new gravel trucks. Herman Zeller drove one of the trucks to Jewel for him. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gore entertained Mr. and Mrs. Steve Crenshaw and Oscar Gore of Albany as Sunday dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schafer and daughters. Cleo and Betty, of Stayton visited at the Fred Som- NOW PLAYING! Ends Saturday! CHARLIE CHAPLIN ... IN MODERN TIMES COMING! SUNDAY A Really Great DOUBLE BILL ENETIAKl Pet. .696 RR9 I 143 i Held at Lebanon Lebanon. (Special) Fair skies beamed upon the participants in the May Day festival held in Lebanon yesterday and brought the largest crowd of spectators to the event that has been In attendance for several years. The program of the day Included the elementary music festival and May queen coronation ceremony. Rural schools In the vicinity of Lebanon and the Lebanon grade school began the day's festivities by meeting at the armory for group singing nnd folk dancing at 9:30. Clurcnco Brennemnn of Lacomb hnd charge of. the pro- gram which Included harmonica ands, one and two part songs and tolk dances. This is the third or fourth year Unit the schools of the vicinity have held this festival and this year it was a fea ture of national music week. At one o'clock the formal cor onution of Queen Georgia took place on the high school campus W, L. Boston : . , . . 16 7 New York 15 7 Cleveland 14 7 Detroit 9 10 Washington 12 13 Chicago 8 10 Philadelphia 8 13 St. Louis 3 18 May Day Festival .667 ! .480 1 .444 1 .381 1 i Shedd Shedd. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Arnold and son, Karl, and Beatrice Farmer drove to Cascadia Sunday on a pleasure trip. Mrs. Nora Coates has returned to the home of her son, Alton Coates, in Albany after having spent the last month here at her home while Mrs. Alton Coates was in California. . Phil Merriam spent several days last week in Newburg visiting with his parents. Bill Fisher of Albay spent the week end at the Brock home. On Sunday his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Fisher, came and took him home. Word has been received of the birth of a boy to Mr . and Mrs. Kenneth Bradshaw at the Cor-vallis General hospital. This is the first child in the Bradshaw family and the first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Abraham. Eloise Hoist is spending a few days with her parents near Albany. The senior class of the Shedd high school will present their class play on Friday evening May 22. The title is "The Henpecked Hero." Miss Helen Busenbark is coaching the play. Mrs. Ferris White, chairman of the Linn county Red Cross first aid work, was in Shedd Inst week for the purpose of organizing a class in first aid. She states this is essential if Shedd is to maintain the local first aid station. Mrs. Mary Coon visited with her son, Clyde Crawford, and family at Creswell last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Cox made a business trip to Portland Sntur-day. They drove home a new car which they purchased there. Eloise Douglas of Salem visited with her brother, Loran Douglas, Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stone and daughters, Margaret and Connie, drove to Creswell Sunday where they visited with Mr. Stone's sis ter and :amily. E. A. Whistler, who has been employed at the Leroy Staines home for some time, returned to his home in Portland Sunday. Mrs. Ethel Blunt und son, Jackie, of Portlund are spending several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nevin McCormick. Mr. and Mrs. Otho Froman and Mrs. Josie Griffin enjoyed a pleasure trip to the beach Sunday. They visited Florence, Waldport and Newport. Ralph Starnes, a senior at Monmouth Normal school, . was a week end guest -at the -home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Starnes. Mr. und Mrs. Nevin McCormick, formerly of Brownsville, have moved to their farm west of Shedd. Mr. and Mrs. McCormick formerly lived here but for several years hnve been at Waterloo and later Brownsville where Mr. McCormick was a rural mail currier. Eleanor Couey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Couey of Suver, has been seriously ill with pneumonia in the Albany General hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McDonald nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Lawrence Zimmerman were dinner guests Sunday at the N. E. Chandler home in Halsey. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Gregg and family of Alpine were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. Nellie Satch well. Jean Sntchwell of Corvallis was also home of the week end. J. T. Lee of Portland is here visiting with his sister, Mrs. Lou Allen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Githcns nnd children drove to Bellfountaiii Sunday where Mr. Githcns played baseball with the Halsey team against Bellfountnin. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Jones nnd daughter, Lura, of Snohomish. Wash., and Mrs. O. L. Osborne and children of Monroe, Wash., spent several days this week visiting with Rev. and Mrs. F. M. Kinch. Mrs. Jones is the mother of Rev. Kinch. Miss Jones left Thursday for San Diego. " Graduation exercises are being planned for Thursday evening. May 14. for the eighth grade graduates of the Shedd school and of all the schools within immediate vicinity of Shedd. The exercises will be held in the school gymnasium. John Kinch is the latest victim of the measles epidemic. Miss Vemita Haverland of Halsey visited from Friday till Sunday here with her "sister, Mrs. Lili an Jncot. On Sunday, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jacot and Mr. and Mrs. F.d Haverland and daughter of Halsey drove up the McKcnzic highway on a pleasure trip. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pugh arc spending a few days at St. Helens with Mrs. Ptigh's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Pcnncll, Mr. and Mrs. Max Elder and family drove to Scio Sunday and visited at the Arch Ray home. Mrs. Agnes Clark nccompanicd them as you'll Enjoy til thtit idvtnUges Of.-II E. A FiW MOTEL POftTlAND. OREGON Modem nd fireoroof. R fitful room. Dtfiriblc Surroundings nd location. fcxceHent dmmg service. Popular rater H H i if JOE SAYS Insurance is like a life belt. ' You may never need it but if you do, you need it bad. L. Stuart Ins. Agency Nothing But Insurance CfSoce of Americans mm WINES Never acid or tart mellowed and bottled by America's largest winery Roma Wine Company, Inc., Lodi, Calif. .. Port Muicitcl White Port Sherry Angelica Tokay 50 QT. $1.5Q GAl. A ZESTFUL APPETIZiR SERVE OFTEN Second and Lyon Streets f lllstilute.l f, Marii.ii ,-. ii in v. at a it. i- 2 - Ill i' ia-t pi-t-v i.iua furr- 1.. t..- I., mi f-l- lt . .t!ir:iV .iii't,, t;tti.- Hmi m.t n.i.i.x i h rr.iNM.K Alv.rtH. aim hy Uillirtm 11. TrirtlM . ROMA Wife, will be given nt the audit orium next Thursday night ' by Eugene talent under the sponsor ship of the Brownsville Garden club. The club is giving this entertainment for the purpose of raising funds with which to construct a building in the City park to house the annual flower show at the Pioneer Picnic. The senior class play, "Ready Made Family," presented at the auditorium Wednesday evening, was well attended and very entertaining. The class realized a large sum which will go toward paying commencement expenses. Representative Fred E. Harrison accompanied Senator Byron Carney of Milwaukee to Southern Oregon Monday and will spend a week there. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. : Kumlcr left Wednesday for Wilmore, Kentucky, for the graduation exercises of their son and daughter from Asbury college. Mrs. Cora Hcaton, president of the Rebekah Assembly spent Tuesday night in Brownsville with Mrs. James McMahan. Mrs. Ida Benning of Lebanon visited in Brownsville Saturday. Mrs. W. W. Bailey choked on a bone and was taken to Lebanon for treatment Monday. Mrs. Carl Warren entertained the Tuesday Bridge club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Guests of the club were Mrs. Harold Geil, Mrs. George Fullagcr, Mrs. Lioyu Henderson, Mrs. C W. Babcock, MYs. Hurl Wilson and Mrs. Chester Aubim. The hostess, . assisted by Mis. Albert Overton, Mrs. James McMahan and Mrs. C. A. Austin, served a dainty lunch. Halsey Halsey. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis S. Veaich motored to Cottage orove mo last of the week. They bpent one night visiting Mrs, mulch's uuni, Mrs. Jennie Haw-ley at Cottage Grove and had buiiaay dinner with Mr. Vcatcli s cuusin, Mrs. W. i. Tutlic, at urc-wcn. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Hocken-smitn ot Albany visited his inoiner, Mrs. Ivi. C. Bona, here buuauy atiernoon. ,,. mis. Huby blandish is again at her iiuine ncic having returned lust wcck Horn Montana where sue has ocen visiting her sister lor the last lew months. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cummings ol newport spent u tew nays over the wcck end lieie. ivus. riiUL-i ivuuiKcrs has resign ed her position in tnu bauu-VMiit store wueie she has Ueeu emptor-, ed lor many years unci will ip- nun to ner home at urownsviiii;. , u. it. cuuricvuiil iiou uuugnu.-., Jeun, inoiuicu to Salem iviuuoay uu u cuiuutucu uusinco unu pleasure trip. nev. uiid Mrs. W. A. Gillespie nnu &un, uuviu, oi fui iiunu spent toe isiA una a Hie ,:ius V. uata home aim til ingrain isuud, i.utiieu fcuiuin nnu itoy Mini-, sous were bu.iuuy uiiuier guests ' oi Mr. iviunsuu s aunt, t.irs. isics V. iiass, unit lumuy. Miss Kuburla Vuunicc motored to furilano last suiurdhy uuu tuUK aouiu of lue higu scnuul gins' uuwti to purciuiae iiieir iciitcvc . mem cluy weui ing apparel. 1-reci ivobins una i-.jhk Koontz have ucc-ii t-iectcu ucicgaies iiu.n the 1. U. O. r. luugc to .no Urauu L,ocine session mi jtuscbuig May Ib-ii. George Cross ana Frame rvil K lire uiternutes. b. M. oonil ' will reprcAeni me local encamp-1 n it-nt at tnu giuiid bisinuii on' Juesday, May iti. Kir. unu mis. L'harles Matthicsi ana ctai. Vteis, Coueen aim i'alii-1 cut ; Fra.Vis KnK, b. M. Uoml audi taiiuiy, iicraiuiiie Mraiey, JMamc bualey and Koourta Vaiuucc woe in Aioany baturatiy evening. I Mr. and Mrs. i nonius ivrdry ' motorca to cuscnuia and ixu-aiion buiuluy. mi-, unu mis. Roy Farmer and little daughter, Donna, were Sun-utiy dinner guests oi utr. and mrs. Massie near insli Henri. Mr. nnd Mrs. joim Miller were Alimny callers buluraiiy evening.1 Junior Wade- hus recoveitu from lus recent illness aim is bacK Ul M'llOOl. Geoige McNeil, school janitor, has been coniinea to lus beu inoi oi the scck wiin iiiituciua, Robert nelson tooK nutiy McNeil to Ocvcr last baturuay to attend to mutters, concerning her new school position there next .ear. Harry Anions of Brownsville and i-.uas Rooms of Halsey enjoyed a fishing trip up the Cala-pooia Sunday. Mr, und ivus. Fred Robins motored to Newport Sunday to spend the day visiting Mrs. Robin's aunt, Mrs. Fannie Fry. . Mr. and Mrs. Dana C. Rossmnn and daughter, Fern, motored to Bellfountaiii Sunday and visited Mrs. Hossmau's relatives and visited the cemetery where her mother is buried. Mr. und Mrs. W. H. Robertson and daughter. Mrs. Jess O. Cross, and husband und son. Barton, nnd Herman Koontz motored to Cor-vnllis Wednesday afternoon on u Frt 4 Dwton Cidiilt.' ?m.K Nomination Will apprcciaiPour vo Phone 106 7v; . , A Ml Browning, the lutter Is a niceo of M,rs. Propst. Mr, and Mrs. Gerard Gleason nnd son Jimmic and Miss Fay Collins, all of Portland were recent visitors here of the ladies' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lon Collins. The Allen farm near the Gore school house has been sold to R. Oldham of Lebanon. Mrs. M. J. McCormlck and sons, who have lived there a number of yours, will probably stay until fall. , Brownsville Brownsville. Mr. nnd Mrs. Glenn Furrier have moved it Hood River where Mr. Furrier lias employment. The children will re- main in Brownsville with their 'grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Farrier, till school closes, Master Hugh Hurron nnd sis ter, Marianne, returned home Wednesday from n week's visit with' their grandparents, Judge and Mrs. Clayton Ilerron of Mon- roe. Mrs, Ed Stnnwood, who is teaching school near Vancouver, Wash., is at her home here recovering from Illness. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Crnbtree hnve moved from the Morse resi Pine avenue and Averill street which they purchased Inst year. Mrs. William Mavity of Bandon visited Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. George Fruilt. Ray Aspinwall has purchased the old Irvine home on the south Iside which has been occupied hy Ed Stanwood and family. Mr. As- arc moving into the house recently vncnted by Mr. nnd Mrs. Nevin McCormlck. Ralph Herron accompanied friends from Lebanon to Portland Tuesday. Byrl Wilson had the misforune to overturn a truck load of logs Monday forenoon at the corner of By WILLIAM' followed by a maypole dunce and : dence on Walnut avenue to the a style show, at 2 o'clock a musi- Starr residence on Pine avenue, cal program directed by Miss I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Farrier have Irene E. Moore and Vernon Wis- sold their residence property on cnr.son was given on the campus j East Pine avenue to Charles Nel-beforc the queen's throne. Mem-'son and have moved into the resi-bers of the high school chorus denco property nt the corner of ......w-fV 1 - m sang several numbers accompan ied by the band and the fife and drum corps of the first, second and third grades made its first appearance. Another feature of the program was n mass band consisting of all the grade school instrumental classes. University High and Lebanon played a baseball game on New- ' pinwall and family are moving in-port field at 3 o'clock to round , to the house and the Stanwoods out a complete day. MERRV-GO-ROllM) O. K. Vancouver, Wash., May 9. Buttle Ground high school baseball team defeated the team of the slate School for the Dcuf 56 to 1 Friday. The Battle Ground team mnde 28 runs in one inning. HOW'S THAT FER MES ABOUT TH1 FURTHEST FINE , PEACEFUL, FROM A BANKER OF 'a-. I QUIET DIGNITY ? J ANV 3UV IN TH' SHOP SiS--es-' I HE'D OF MADE A HE'S A SWEEPER. BUT . FINE BANKER. HE'S LIKE THEKA ROYAL - 7 , VTHAT L' r30V. CANAPIAN POLICE -THEY .oTov ..r--.: MAKE A SMALL PAVIN' JOB 23 : , .VIT-,- .-, V - LOOK LlkE A MILLION DOLLAR rT7r'!lpV ;7TTT-r- -- V " FO5ITI0N WE'D ALL BE HAFPV, , WMil W -fFTh X!FJwcOUlPOTHAT. William A. Trindle CANDIDATE FOR CIRCUITJUDGE Third Judicial District, Marion and Linn Counties. Primary Election. Mav IS Position of Judiciary Ballot - - 16X William H. Trindle A l;l-:i-tH;l. ol-- M;l: VM WMI.I. ntixi: l il. ,.,t,r- Kl,i,. to wlint limy ! .-a p.-, UmI t,f 11 (HiHlnl.u,- v.h,-n rWvted tn ttffl,-,.. 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