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Friday, May 15, 1936
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PAGE SIX THE ALBANY. DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1936 Where Four Died When Flames Turned S. F. Nightclub Into Inferno SOCIETY. ' Lois, and Annette Tindall of Al- bany attended the funeral of A. T. Morris Saturday afternoon. I Minor - operations at the office j of Dr. Langmack during the past I week included a tonsil operation for Mrs. Grant March of Newport on Monday, a nasal operation for 'Lyle Bigbee, Tuesday, and tonsil & Dura M. ColvIK, 41) A. Sec. 1(1 Tp. 13 S. It. IK. i intral Lumber Co. to Perry l''its-.vater. Lil. Tp. 13 S. It. 1 K. W. i I'lmlcy. et ox. tii JaineH Sln.liB i t ux. !.2li A. Tp. 14 S. It. 2 W. l..-nlia M. Wiimlivortli t Joseph '. W.-:tiuau. el ux. Lit. Tp. S. K. 3 E. YALE LOOKS BACK TO 1788 New Haven, Conn. (U.PJA recent survey by Yale authorities shows that Yale's youngest graduate received his sheepskin at the age of 15 years and 26 days. He was Charles Chauncey, who was graduated in 1792. Shedd Society Shedd. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Clark entertained on Mothers' Day with n dinner honoring Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bailey of Sacramento, Cal., who were farmer neighbors of the Clarks, when both families lived in the Sand Ridge vicinity. Among those present Included: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dibblee of Hills-boro; Earl Clark, Shedd; Cora Clark, Lebanon; Lloyd Anderson, Lebanon; Florence Clark and Dalp Clark, the honor guests and the host and hostess. l-iybll Marker, cl vir. lo K. Oldham, i-t ui. Ul. Tn 12 S. K. 1 W. i;-o. J. U'llht-lm, t-t ux, to Hlinc-r llcisu-tli-r, Ul. Tp. 16 S. It. 3 V. UiTlii-rt Shi-linn. Shi-rirr. lo llln-lil.- A. Price. SO A. Si-c. C Ti. 14 S. II. I W. H.-rluTt Shi-Mull. Sht-riff. lo l.iilii ('".. Or.'.. Id. Tp. 14 S. li. 2 W. Jai-k Kt't'iu-y. vl ux. li Krucsi i It. ... v ... . II . ... ,. J. tl. Ilii'i'klDltno, i-t II X, lo Mark Skiiiii.T, Supt. Hanks. M. Tp. 14 S. II. 3 W. .1. f. I'luy. cl ux, lo llirlnit XV. Mi-Diillalil, cl at. 1211 A. Tp. 13 S. It. I W. I'llnii-r 1-1. llonnlcy, i-t nx, to fnioii MikIi St-luiOl lilst. No. li, uihUv. .1, Int. Pt. lilk. 21 HalHey. llflna lytk", ft vir, lo I'nl'in High St-Iii.ol Hist. Nn. li. c-t al. umliv. 1 int. I't. lilk. 21, llalm-y. Flnra 1-1. HoKutr, ti In-ne fartan, t III, 2:l5.liT A. Tp. 11 S. It. 4 W. : Samuel C. ItolliiiKft, ut ux, to HollliiKH, 4u A. tide. 23 Tp. 13 S. II. 1 W. i llirlHTt Shi'ltun. Sheriff, to f I.. 4t ! YOUTH COLLECTS SHELLS Berlin, Wis. Clyde Stout, Ber-: lin youth, has a collection of 500 specimens of shells, stones ; and ore, many of which he received through the mail by corresponding with strangers inter-: ested in collections. operations lor David and Edwin Simons, small sons of Ed Simons of Sunnyside, Wednesday morning. The Evangelical W. M. S. met at the church parlor Tuesday morning at 10:30. The business meeting and program of "the morning was followed by a luncheon served at 12:30. The society attended the missionary lecture at the Church of Christ during the afternoon. Ed Morin suilered a badly cut foot while working at piling in the Mountain Home district. Charley Cowitz of Pleasant Valley mashed the little finger of his right hand so badly while logging Monday,- that it was found necessary to amputate the finger. Lyle Wilson cut his leg while peeling white fir- Tuesday and was brought to Sweet Home for treatment. Gordon Corner and David Cooper visited at Portland, Seaside, Tillamook and other coast points Sunday and Monday. Rev. Norman Fraley of Northwest Christian college at Eugene, win conduct the morning services at the Church of Christ Sunauy, May 17. Mr. and Mrs. Dibblee relumed to ther home, where Mr. Dibblee is deputy engineer of Washington coutjty and Mr. and Mrs. Bailey, accompanied by Cora Clark left early Monday far their home. They made the trip via the Redmond highway. Miss Clark will visit in California for the next two weeks. Sweet Home Society Sweet Home. Miss LaVerne Hessler, instructor in the Home Economics department of the high school has been the inspiration of several social affHirs this week. Monday evening Mis. Harry Palmer entertained at a shower in honor of Miss Hessler who will become the bride of Alex Cruik-shank in the near future. Little Jackie Palmer presented Mis Hessler with the many beautiful and useful gifts from the guest1!. The evening was spent playing U-ftW STRAIGHT B0URB0. i'f .yL iLpS rs -j'ff , b r-4 i iJ WHISKEY up '' M Kealtstate Iransiei.N hearts. Miss Hessler won the first Crratrr ace means finer prize and Miss Shrode the low. A dainty supper was served at the quality you " will marvel , long dining table which was dec orated in white and silver with a at the taste, of this fine iv tiny doll wedding party in front of Miss Hessler's plate. Invited guests Kentucky whiskey. I were: Mrs. M.. K. Thompson, Mrs draperies caught lire and the place was turned into a raging inferno. Four persons died and a dozen were hurt in a mad dasb (or exits. Shortly before this picture was taken n gny crowd reveled In Hie Shamrock. San Francisco nliiht club. Then a tipsy patron grabbed lor a flaming torch carried by one of the specialty dancers. Tinsel r , i -li - ni r -- n- Peter Akse, Mrs. Leon Blanken-ship, Mrs. Frank Cross, Misses Minnie Shrode, Irene Neugart, Alta Hedlund. Ida Rae, Stella Mos-cr and Mrs. Edith Birney of Port where she has cniploy- fornia mcnt. NOW 2 YEARS OLD 90 PROOF terian society, were present and made short addresses. . Funeral services were held at the Church of Christ. Saturday land, house guest of Mrs. Palmer. Glcnna Pruilt recently won the M TK, COMPLETE N EW 8 OF NEARBY: NEIGHBORHOODS VOS KVAXCKH John Dnrluin, et ux, to II. K. UweiiH, et ux, 20 A. Tp. 12 S. It. 2 W. ilirhort .Shellon, Sheriff, to Hvn-trlc M. Hiatt, Blk. 1 llyiJUHl lirove. Herliert Shelton, Sheriff, to Hue. Coast Jt. Stork Ia. lik. Portland, jUI. Tp. 11 S. H. 1 W. ili-rburt Khelton, Slierift, lo Henry T. McDowell, 1,(1. Sec. 21t Tp. 14 S. It. 3 W.; Ul. Tp. 15 S. H. 4 V. Herbert Shelton, Sheriff, lo Win. T. Starr, et ux, 11. Haley. 1. il. Cnimliill to Nina Kreitx, ft at, I A. f Hlk. i:t UalHtuu'H Add, Jcb- Ulllltl. Morbert Shelton, Sheriff, to Max K. U'enely, et ux, IA. 6:t. M, S io. Herbert Shelton, Sheriff, to Chas. ChildH. Si I-t. 6 UlverHide Add, U b-anon. MrH. K. A. Su-nn lo Maynie Swan. Ul. Tp. 13 S. It. 2 W. Htram W. Torbet. el ux. to W. t Sloeuin, et ux, Ul. Tp. 11 S. U. 4 V. Alltert t'roKsnn, et ux, tu Sta-sia f'roHHan Starrett, Ul. Tp. 12 S. K. 3 W. Albert CrosHnn. et ux. to LefKh (Toswan, Ld. Tp. 12 S. It. 3 W, all who may attend will be held at the Tennessee school hpu:;e Thursday, May 28, in the forenoon. Dr. Irvine of Lebanon will be in charge. For 'further particulars see Mrs. J.. W. Essig, chairman of the commitluf. silver medal oflered for vocal Tuesday afternoon, Maxlno Hor- work at Hie annual music contest ; afternoon for A. T. Morris. Elder ton entertained forty guests from 3 tb 5 at the Hbrton home, compli menting Miss Hessler. The rooms Tennessee Tciiessce. Miss Crissie Dash- Scio Scio. -Percy Schrunk of Scio ' ' look won thc.;-." tOCOMOHVC BOTTLE ney, who has been a graduated in Ontario, Oregon. Miss Pruilt is i Ocorge Simons or Berlin conduct-the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Les- j ed the services. The Turbyne fam-lie Pruitt, former Scio residents, ly and Asa Smith sang. Pallbear-and is the granddaughter of Mr. ' oi-s were P. W. Storey, S. V. Barr, and Mrs. Frank Pruitt. William Moss, Dave King, A. J. Mrs. J. A. Withers has returned Sportsman and Harry Watkins. Irj-from a two months' trip to crment was in the Crawiordsville Knoxville, Tenn., and Washing-- Umo cemetery, ton, D. C. She is employed by the ' Mr. and Mrs. William Riddle, stale department at Salem. J Monmouth; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mr. and Mrs. John '-Terhune ofJ Krauger and Mrs. lay Isom, nurse at St. Vincent's hospital for "as "'""wr '.'"-' ... i.... .. county-wide urogram committee i.iuit u.illi h,t- iiitit lVti-u T.,ihtntJ i"01 the 4! Dili annual reunion and p,!0.,s( ' '. j three-day picnic of the Linn JAMES CLARK DISTILLING COWP. . JKRS1Y CITY, Ly$ , , ,, ,i ummy I'loneers associauon, The Comely young folks spent U..i,..,i.,i,.ri r...- i...... m io ouieni, ivii . ciiiu mis. i. ri. 111:11- ! ninger and daughter, Reta and Mothers' day with their parents jjU Brownsvillc. Scio's Rebecca near Halsey and their sister, Alice, ..Aunl J1(,L.kv.. Mun.iSi , of Jefferson received initiatory degrees into the Order of Eastern cuine muni, wmi men. .01 a vimi. ,hu llsst.i;liion since 1927. is not ' Star at Jefferson Tuesday cve- A number irom tins vicinity ,,..,.,,,,, j , ,, ,i, : i,., T..H- v . u.i. I J ... ,MUb...i.i u, i-eiill nil. "he rl niii-cn Dr. J. F. Hosch of Bend was man community hull Friday eve- wno crosiscA the ,,i.lins in a t.uvw.. '"M- (,fl u-:iit in n -i eliilfl li:i lii-i-ti ill ill and tables were decorated with red tulips and . white spirea. A mock wedding was staged with Mrs. Leon Blankenship as bride, Mary Martinak, groom and Mis. Otto Horton the minister. Mrs. Merle JlcCready poured and Doro-they Kimball and Maxlne Horton served about the room. Scio Society . Scio. Miss Helen Roner. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Roner, and Ed Stepanek, jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stepanek, were married at a quiet ceremony Tuesday afternoon at the home of the Rev. Ernest Ralston, a few miles cast of Scio. , , , ,, , , . , The bride wore a' navy blue siiil. with white accessories. Her corsage, was of white carnations. Both the young couple are graduates of Scio high school. They will make their home nl Alleghany, where Mr. Stepanek Is employed. PRINCIPAL CHOSEN Scio. (Special) Announcement was riiade this week by the school board of district No. 1)5, Scio, of the election of Vincent Adolf Fromherz on Monday I health at the home of her son. Ira tending Scio . property interests , here this week. He has purchased ! part of the former Munkers dona-j lion land claim adjoining the cil ! limits to tlie north. ; morning took to Lebanon 'the lirsl j Morris, in Portland, for the past crate of local strawberries far i (w(, years. She was not present which they were given n $5 prize til the 11135 reunion. by the Safeway store. The hcr-i Kl.., ,,..., Kl., r.n ,.,,ir ,, Sweet Home ics were improved Oi egons and ; r,.v s,.,' ,.. r:,.,,,.,,,, Sl,iri,-i Sweet Home. Wednesday was were very fine. George Hoss marketed several crates of the same variety Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Will lilacklaw land Unhurt llnaglund. memlK-rs of Scio's volunteer department, attended the Mav meeting of the Willamette Valley Firelighters' association at llrownsville Tues- I day evening. Kighth grade graduation exer pii-nic uity 101 me itign sciiooi.' .students. The junior and senior classes went to Lane-Benton park for the day. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Palmer, Miss Irene Neugart and Miuu lti-M,io Tint t-,.ul,ni!,n -inrl spent Sunday at the Dan Sluigis home near Lacoinb. The Tenessce eommiinitv din ner was held at the school house cises were held Monday evening Wednesday, when n large crowd .lean 1 sophomore classes picnicked at enjoyed the delicious picnic din OIQSPEAS STRAIGHT APPLE BRANDY 90 Proof-18 Month! Old it Devaney school tor tllover, Frances Hawk and I'ViTiout Creek Dark. Miss Hessler. ner, home-made ice cream, races. Wienberg. Tuesday, the last dav I Mr. Aske. Mrs. Otto Horton and uoxiug contests and a hall game Johnson of Independence as prin cipal of the grade school and in in winch the school assisted bvM11 school a nasKcl dinner was Mr. and Mrs. J. McMaster in structor in the seventh and eighth Supt. Bennett and John Douglas 1 served at noon and a wiener roast coinpanied the classes, grades. Johnson, a brother of Mrs. played the men and women of Hie I enjoyed in the evening. Mrs. Car Dr. and Mrs. H. S. Langmack, Melvin Wilson, primary teacher, district. A rain storm prevented t unlier has been re-elected to daughter, Tribly Lee, and Albert i week end at teach the school for the coining Wilcox spent the .vcar. Portland. Wilbur Johnston is employed at - Mrs. Hover, a missionary from will fill the vacancy left by K. P. the finish of the game. Miss Helen Caldwell, who has accepted a sim- : Flood has been einploved to liar position in the school at Lob-j teach again next year, anon. Two more teachers remain Mr. and Mis. Will linger, Mr. to be elected to fill vacancies in and Mrs. Audrey linger and the high school. A staff of five ' daughter, Mr. anil Mrs. Lon Col-will be employed during the year . lins and son, Wade, and Russell 11)36-37, one more than the Hum- Gentry drove to Waldporl Sunday ber teaching the past several for the celebration, years., . .... i A clinic lor school children anil the reorganized logging camp at the Congo in Africa, gave an ad-J Mill City. i dress at the Church of Christ; Opal Shilling is expected home ; Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.! this week from Seattle, where she Mrs. Buyer and her husband have was graduated May 12 from a spent 13 years in Africa and ex-two-year course at Bible school, pect to return in August. Mrs. M. ! She will visit for a short, time , L. . Sanders, stale secretary and., SPKAS Mra co. Kansas city mo. w itli her aunt. Mi s. 1-.. S. MiCrae, : Mrs. Horton of Eugene, district in Aloany hclore going to I ah secrelary of the L'nited Pre Public Official Answer to Previous fu..le NJ1R AMCIRJE S TS MUOlRftP E" AIR ebIeKi II L"r nHwHcilteif . 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