Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on April 2, 1936 · 7
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. J SECOND SECTION j ; clSl ' Sports, Editorial, Classified Advertising, General News The Albany Democrat-Herald, Vol. LXIX, No, 225 ALBANY, LINN COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1936 The Albany Herald, Vol. LXI, No. 215 'OUT OUR WAY" fr nrrnnri n t By WILLIAMS YE G0D5f WELlvTW YOU HAVEN'T LOOKED AT UIM f WATCH HIM AMOTWES 'WEAK' TEAMS CONTINUEWINS IN COAST LOOP STEP DOWN TMia ALLEY IKADlKtfc o-l ' BULLDOGS WILL: TANGLE FRIDAY reason to change his tactics tomorrow night with Wolfgang. The feature attractions of the bill, of course, are Burns and Lipscomb in their respective bouts. Tonight the two meet in Eugene in one of the valley's highly-rated contests. Lipscomb Tuesday night was downed in Salem by Jack Ha gen. Fans are assured of plentiful action in both bouts, for Burns and WE LOOKS AWEiGMT, FA, BUT I GUESS I DOW'T GET NO WORSE ? WE NEVER MEAN5 I CANT HAVE AW NEW CLOTHES, THIS WILL W&VE THIS HOE5E IS OUR FORTUNE -I'LL ADMIT I WO TO RAY SOME ANYTWINOI BOOTOMTH'TCADE, BUT WE'LL KWcE U5 ml m J i ii i ' RJCU! aVWV. m. mttm mm 1 mm- I W jmr X svonV cv,.iiokL- I upscomD are weu Known ior ineir manager of the San Diego Padres. jact,ve nners in the ring Wolf-took a turn on the mound for hilan' "l-comb't opponent, also team Wednesday and boosted the!" large following in Albany. club into th rd place n'the Pac fie '""' Vi n . nana. Hie.nnnlntarf th M l. he has disappointed the cus never Coast circuit standings with a 10 tomers. Little is. known of Burns' foe, the Irish Paddy Nolan, but on name alone the bout should reach fair-sized proportions. Burns always puts on a popular fight, and if Nolan is as Irish as his name implies a drag-out affair will be at hand. their parents nnd Rrnndparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Walker. Mrs. Otto Stockton and son, Richard, left for Lewinton Idaho, Saturday, where they will visit relatives. Van Windom and sister, Zona, returned to Portland last week following a few days stay in Oak-ville with relatives. Windom is a student in the ; Adcox training school, Portland. After treatments by a physician in Eugene, Dick Davis is recovering from a painful attack of sinus trouble. Mrs. Inez Tedlock of Albany was absent from her duties as teacher of the Greenback school Wednesday because of the death of a relative. Opal Green of Silverton Is spending several days as a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Davis. Margaret Acheson of Corvallis and Bethel Vernon of Alsea attended morning services at Oak-ville Sunday. Attacks of measles are causing Willard McLagan, Dorothy and Ellen Hcnse to miss several days of school. Mildred Hamilton, who is staying with her aunt, Mrs. Fred Smith, and attending high school in Corvallis came home for the weekend. , Frederick Yarbrough came from Cottage Grove for a visit with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Locke, during the weekend. The birthday anniversary of W. H. F.agy was celebrated with a family dinner at his home Friday evening. Mr. Eagy is a pioneer resident of the Oakville community. with a farewell party at the Bell Plain school house Friduy afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. Marin and daughter, who have been living on the E. H. Campbell farm, expect to leave soon. M. H. Acheson of Albany accompanied by Mrs. Acheson and Evelyn Acheson was a Saturday business visitor in the community. Verne Eagy left Saturday for the naval training station at San Diego following a visit with Oakville relatives and friends while on ten days furlough. O. H. Stockton and son Donald attended the funeral services for Mr; Welch held in Lebanon Sunday afternoon. A meeting of the Women's Mission study group is announced for Thursday afternoon at the church with Mrs. Emily Brown as devotional leader and Mrs. Lamb in charge of the lesson study. Hostesses are Mrs. Grace Bulman, Mrs. Clara Coon and Mrs. Locke. May 8 is the date for the Women's program, an annual feature of the Oukville community club. Plans are being made for the entertainment. Almeda McBride was in Albany Sunday to see her brother John McBride, who is in the Albany general hospital. The condition of the patient is reported to be slightly improved. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Pugh drove to Bollfountain for the April meeting of the Oakville Community club. - Oakville community players are preparing to go to Tallman soon, where they will present "The Night Owl" as an exchange num- to S victory over Seattle. Howard Cragnead was the victim of the Padres' field day, which netted them 17 hits off four pitchers. Craghead gave way to Lucas in the sixth as the southerners began a five run rally. Lucas was removed in favor of Pickerell, then Pickerell was replaced by Mc-Dougall when the San Diego team scored two more in the seventh. The Indians scored their, five markers on six hits, on a homer by Gyselman, who batted in two runs, and a triple bv Lawrence, Portland and the Missions staged First clash of the season comes Friday afternoon for the Bulldogs' baseball team against the Crab tree C.C.C. club on Central field at 3:30. Coach Tuffy Ellingsen will show his wares publicly at that time as he will shift lineups around in an attempt to balance the team. Only seven veterans are return, ing for the season. In the infield the two Groenings, Homer and Vic, hold forth, as do Jimmy' Robertson, and Ray Schrock. Bob Ar thur is the lone outfield vet, while Underwood and Manning are the chuckers. These vets will be bolstered in Friday's contest by recruits drawn from the recent class play. The seniors won the championship of the competition ' Tuesday by trouncing the sophomores, 8 to 2. Fox and Gene Sitton formed the senior's battery. Dragoo, B. Fiske, and Le Roy Schrock did the work; for the sophomores. A final practice is slated for the Bulldogs tonight. Ellingsen will at tempt to size up his strongest array this afternoon before the season's opening clash. LAWSON LITTLE IS GOLF PRO; ENTERS MASTERS' TOURNEY Augusta. Ga., April 2. W. Law- son Little of San Francisco, ama teur golf's greatest player for the a batting spree at San Francisco, the Missions continuing their winning streak with a 12 to 9 victory. Larken, Flynn and Ulrich went to the firing line in a vain effort to past two years, has turned pro- i fessional to loin Bobbv Jones in a halt the rampaging Missions, who1 golf promotion position with a collected 16 hits and were helped ; sporting goods company, along by four Portland errors. The 25-year-old San Franciscan Walter Stewart the Missions' new renounced his amateur status last moundsman. started the game but night in a decision wnicn surprised retired in the eighth in favor of ; even his close friends. He will play in the Augusta masters' tourna Local relatives and friends we reJber. ment. starting Friday, as a professional. Unlike Bobby Jones, who Hall Stitzel. Portland registered 14 hits. The Missions got awav fast in thi first when voune Max West. . v0 bocn THigry years ioo sooKj tUlljt:U j will not accept prize money, Little .iiiuiiiti-u in nit- ui'utn oi iunn Covey at Scto the latter part of tie. defeated Chief Little Wolf, of Trinidad, Colo., in two straight falls here last night. Sandor Szabo tossed Wee Willie Davis; Blaclc Secret beat Paul Boesch, and Jaclf Kennedy threw Nelson Davis. ; " rieht fielder, slammed out a triple; will take whatever he wins, O MAIIONEY WINS Portland, Ore April 2. Danno O'Mahnnev. who claims the lasi weeK. LATE, COMPLETE Schoolmates and friends of Mar- J. Harper; 6:00, The Dinner Con-:panies Do; 6:30, Evening Farm cert; 6:15, Swindles to Suit Port- j Hour 6:30, Plant Pathology; 6:45, Innd Clot tat RiiainACi Pufouli fi '0 ' . ion Marin joined in honoring her world's heavyweight wrestling tl- Wright Placed on Borleske All-Star with the bases loaded, scoring three runs. West scored on Mort's sinele. Dixie Howell, former Alabama All-American football player, replaced Moose Clabaugh for Port landjn the third inning. The Ala NEftS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS Evening Farm Hour-6:30. Farm j lher forecast; 7 .Agricultural Econ-Act Information; 6:45, Market and 0mics; 7:15, A. G. B. Bouquet-crop reports and weather forecast. -Growine the Tomato": 7:30. Mu- Harold Wright, the Pirates' 7:00, Animal Husbandry; 7:15. !sic: 7-45. Oreeonians and Their freshman flash, was was selected baman had a field day, hitting Oakville Oakville. A large crowd heard HUFFS GROCERY Hops; 7:30, Radio Shorthand Con- Hobbies; 8, The Oregon State Sys-test; 8:00, The Oregon State Sys-tem of Higher Education J. H. tern of Higher Education Ava B. Gilbert, Dean and Director of So-Milam, dean and director of home ! cial Science; 8:15, We Write a economics; 8:15, The KOACi Story; 8:30, Student Forum; 8:45, the sermon on "The Motive Power i Drama Guild "The First Spark"; .Music; 9-9:15, United Press news, three times in four attempts and on the official all-conference bas-drivirig? in three runs. jketball team, announcements from The Sacamento Senators. League R. V. Borleske, Whitman college President W. C Tuttle's "bunch of coach, stated today. Wright was bushers," .looked like anything else! the lone Albany. player to gain in defeating the 1935 champion mention, being chosen on the sec-San Francisco Seats at Sacramen- ond team,. I to, 11 to 1. Borleske, who compiles the Oakland, another theoretical coaches' votes for the official se-weak team, continued to share the lections, announced two Whitman league's front bracket with the! players on the first string, one of Christianity" by Dr. M. E. Dunn of Portland, at the Willamette Memorial . church. Oakville, Sunday morning following special Phone 73 Second and Main Streets ' FREE DELIVERY OPEN SUNDAYS AND EVENINGS ' 8:45, Oregon State College orchestra, Delbert More conducting; 9-9:15, Unted Press News. WPA ORCHESTRA FOR DANCES Toledo, O., Community dancing parties to the music of a 14-piece WPA orchestra, have been Features for Friday. Saturday, Sunday and Monday, April 3, 4, 5, 6. Friday, April 3 9 a. m.. Homemakers Hour: 10. arranged, and floor shows where Missions by again turning back the from Puget Sound, one from Wit by church and school Music; 10:15, Guarding Your I organized lamette, and one from (.infield. Los Angeles Angels 7 to 2. SUGAR cXSe 100 lbs $lo98 The second team carried one each Health: 10:30. Music: 10:45. KOAC ! groups, services conducted by the visiting minister and Rev. E. J. Clark, pastor, during the week. Mrs. Miles Booth, talked with ! Oakville friends Sunday. She was called from her home in California bv the death of her father, Mr.! Welch, in Lebanon Friday. The, family were residents of the Oak-1 ville community for a number of. years. Mr. and Mrs. Laurie and fam-l from Puget Sound, Linfield, Wil-, School of the Air 10:45. German; .ilamette. Pacific and Albany. ' JJ1, ..The. tQty of Oregon 11;15, T The TlrsT team was " identfcalacTs BibTAf fairs; 1:30 Trie Story1 SCOTXbLYS.JRISit WILL TOP MENU OIIIOAN.41, JIGS . ' Findlay, . O. At 91, ' jigdances and long walks fail to tire Lewis Daring, of Hartsburg, near here. Hitch-hiking he enjoys still more and has done jiiiccessfully. ' with the selections of Joey Mack, i of Music; 11:45, Music; 12, Noon Albany mentorreleased shortly Farm Hour 12:05, United Press ON FRIDAY CARD after the close of the season. The News; 12:15. Furs, Fins, and Fea 'ily of Albany spent Sunday with thers; 12:40. Market reports and weather forecast, 1 0. m.. Music: 1:15. The World Second team Stranz, Lin Tollefson, CPS Bookman; 1:30, Programs on Par- teams: . First team Reser. Whit. Stoeffel, CPS Holten, Lin. Clark, Whit. Versteeg, WU M suss nnrt n CASn Anton, w u Spanish; Z;l5, Music; z:3U, tiaras 01 Tuom, Pac. Wright, Alb. Stand By Products A Brand of Quality S:B.NS....3JoyS5c CREAM STYLE CORN S l4l.. fl.oc WHOLE KERNEL CORN E No. 2 can, 2 for , "- CO) CO Me It's the Scotch asainst the Irish Friday night' at the armory us Bobby Burns tangles with Paddv Nolan in one of the firemen's double bill wrestling attractions. Burns, one of Promoter Herb Owens' most popular grapplers, holds the Southern middleweight championship. The other half of the bill throws Roughneck Jack. Lipscomb and Ralph Wolfgang together. Lirs-comb is one of the ,bone-twisting profession's dyed - in - the - wool meanies. He roughs, against all comers, clean or dirty, and has no 100,000 KOAC Radio Program AnniTinMAi the Oregon Country by James M. Morris; 2:45, Music; 3, Continuing Education "A Message From the State President" Mrs. Virgil Earl; 3:30, Music; 3:45, The Monitor Views the News; 4, Musical Stories; 4:30, Stories for Boys and Girls. 5 p. m.. On the Campuses; 5:30, Music: 5:45, The Vespers Led by Rev. Wm. Schoeler; 6, The Dinner Concert; 6:15, What Trust Com- r-asa mm a ar m wwm PRIZES ASK US fOI UU OIIAIIS PALMOLIVE SOAP Thursday, April . 5:00 p. m.. On the Campuses; 5:30, music: 5:45, Vespers Dr. E. 3 ' 14c rl LACKEY'S GROCERY Tomato Soup 2 - D3e FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY An Attractive m .' PIECE MARTHA WASHINGTON Fresh Meats PHONE 789 4 Free Deliveries Dally 9:36 a. m., 11 a. hi., t:36 p. m., Fresh Fruit, Vegetables 4 p. m. 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