Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on May 11, 1936 · 3
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r MONDAY, MAY II, 1936 THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, AC BAN Y. OREGON ' PAGE THREE 1 U. S. Woman Slain at Addis 'Ababa LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEA RBY NEIGHBORHOODS are with their grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. R. M. Miller near here. Mr. and Mrs. Norrls Smith of Noti, Lane county, came down to sec Mrs. Smith's father, L. C. Hughes, who is ill and confined to his home. , I'l'iiMilation pri.e, Mis. William S;i)lur, Mrs. Amos Xufclger anil Mis. E. T. Stiles assiMod. Mis. Delia Wilson entertained Ihe members of the Wednesday Embroidery club at the home of lux aunt. Mrs. A. B. Custar, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Elizabeth Ttuax and Mrs. Robert Fuv assisted. The next meeting of this elub will be at the home of Mr, H. F. Wnrrrn in" Albany in two weeks. Visitors present were Mrs. Hulmes and Miss Charlotte Hulshof. after she leaves the Corvallis hospital. Mrs. Russell Githeng was an invited guests at an afternoon party at the home of Mrs. George Gith-en at Riverside one day last week. V. W. Smith, a well known farmer of the Willamette district in South Benton county, was a business caller in Peoria last Tuesday. Shirley and Donald Craves arrived recently from Alaska where they have' spent the winter with hir fnthnr. t.vmnn Grave, Thv Jefferson SURVIVES l-STORY FALL Vancouver, B. C. Maxie 2, fell from a second-story window here and laughed. Doctors said he didnt get even so much as a scratch. T Henry Olx-nneyer. last Thursday afternoon. High bridge scores went to Mrs. Jess Gale and low to Mrs. George Koos. Guest prize went to Mrs. Hunh Richardson. Gcusts were Mrs. Hugh Richardson und Mrs. Clara Viking. Mrs. D. O. 'Woodworm and Mrs.1 L. F. Smith visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jenks the past week. Marvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Johnson, underwent a mastoid operation, at the Deaconess hospital last Thursday. He is reported to be improving. Mrs. Julia Powell, who had been visiting friends here the past three weeks, left for her home in Portland Thursday. Mrs. J. E. Jenks, Mrs. D. O. Wood worth. Mrs. L. F. Smith and Mrs. Kenneth Hulbcrt spent Friday at the A. R. Forster home. Irene Forster and Crystal Ross spent the week end in Salem. Mrs. Clara Viking of Merrill, Ore., Is visiting friends in Tangent,' Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jenks and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hulbert spent last Sunday near Upper Soda. ' Tangent grade school defeated Riverside grade school 4 to 2 in a kittenball game played here last Thursday afternoon. This entitles the graders to the championship of western. Linn county B league kittenball clubs. . Mrs. M. E. Forster and daugh called on W. H. McLain Saturday. Orvol Bates of Shelburn won two of the jumping prizes at Scio at the May. Day exercises. Relatives of the Herman Holm family from Salem and Silverton visited them Sunday. Mrs. Lee Geotce of Albany and her daughter, Mrs. Cary Gooch. and family of Crewell. called on Shelburn friends Sunday. Sunday callers at the H. O. Shilling home S'.nday were Mr. and Mm. James Hay and Mr. and Mrs. John Richard of Silverton. Mrs. Anna Hirons of Eugene visited Shelburn friends this week, John Wolfe, who had a severe attack of pneumonia during the winter, is not improving very fat. His sifter, Mrs. Cora Sulli, is still with htm. Mrs. Margaret Kelley of the Holt neighborhood has been hired to teach the Shelburn school the coming school year. She has taught the Queener school the last year. Harry Sturm is to teach in Lebanon nex't year. Mrs. Norma Wells is to teach at Laeomb next year. She did not teach last year. Mrs. Bess Ransom and Mrs. Jesse Nichols attended the last Federated Womens club meeting at Aumsvilla. The O. D. O. club met at the home of Mrs. Josephine Morgan last Wednesday. Mrs. Mary Cannon and son, Joseph Bunnett, went with Mr. and Mrs'. Will Watson to Aumsville last Sunday to attend a district meeting of the Oregon Friends church. Several residing in the eastern part of this community are assisting in trying to reorganize a Sunday school at the Mt. Pleasant : . X ; ' ' m ; - . - : jT? ter, Camille, spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bobbins in Portland. A stray bullet hied by the drunken, blood-mad mob that pillaged Addis Ababa killed Mrs. A. R Stadin. of Lorn a. Calif, wife of medical missionary, as she slept in the Amerioan Legation. She is pictured with her husband, whom she accompanied on his work of mercy at Dessyc, northern headquarters of the defeated Ethi-. opian army. Knox Butte Knox Butte. The Sunshine circle met Thursday with Mrs. George Elkins with 25 present. The guests were Miss Muller and Miss Frances Plagman. The next meeting will be May 28 at the grange hall with Mrs. F. I. Folsom as hostess. Thursday, May 14 the Sunshine circle members will meet at the grange hall for all day to sew for the .Sheler children - whose mother passed away recently. Any one interested in this work is very welcome. Jay Powell of Monmouth called on Mrs. Willie Marshall anil son Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. A.' II. Cyrus has as a guest the first .of the week Mrs. Cyrus' cousin. Miss Leta Strader of Vancouver, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Plagman and Francis Moe. Mrs. Alford and family and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Plagmnn and sons spent last Sunday picnicking at Waterloo park celebrating the 76th birthday of Mrs. Minnie Plagman, mother of Mrs. Alford and the Plagman men. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Cyrus and Miss Strader called on relatives and friends in Lebanon and Scio last Sunday. Miss Mattie Burkhart is visiting her daughter, Mrs. George Rodman of Redmond, Ore. Mr. Sells of Indiana is visiting his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Gaffner, and his son, Donald, who has been with his grandparents for some time. Mrs. Cyrus and Max drove to Burntwood last Saturday and with Mr. and Mrs. Rohnold Cyrus spent the day at the coast. The Knox Butte, East Knox Butte and Central Santiam soft-ball team played the Lakeview team at Lakeview Friday and lost 28 to 4. The county bridge under construction west of the Knox Butte school was completed this week. Jefferson. Forty-five members of various Kebekah lodges were present in the lodge rooms for the special meeting of Mt. Jefferson Kebekah lodge, and for the official visitation of Cora E. Henton. late president. Representatives from the lodges at Albany, Lyons, Stayton. Hillsboro and Jefferson were present. The new members admitted to membership were Patty Barnes, Thelma Sheppard, and Bessie Porter. Mrs. J. R. McKee and daughter. Mrs. Vema Carroll and son Joe. motored to Wheatland Thursday afternoon for a visit at the home of Mrs. McKee's mother, Mrs. Amelia Magness. Hart St Coin Jocal realtors report the sale of Harry Thorpe's 10 acre tract in the Talbot district to James Grizzel. Grizzel rame to Jefferson from Virginia about a year James Blackwell received word this week of the death and burial of his brother-in-law. Harry F. Thompson, at Oakland. Cal., Mr. Thompson died suddenly while nt work for the Southern Pacific company where he has been employed for J30 years. He spent his early life in Jefferson and was married to Alice Blackwell before moving to California. He was a brother-in-law of James Blackwell of Jefferson and a brother of Mrs. Frank Reeves of Salem. The widow and two daughters survive. The home of Mrs. D. C. Buchner Was attractive with bouquets of spring flowers for the surprise shower honoring Mrs. Frank Bla-Ztk and Mrs. Lincoln Waterman. Wednesday afternoon, for which Mrs. Harry McKee. Mrs. Verna Carroll and. Mrs. Buchner were hostesses. ' .Two tables of pinochle and one table of bridge were in play during the afternoon, with Mrs. J. G. Fontaine winning high score prize in bridge, and Mrs. Leon Boyer high score in pinochle. 'The two-act comedy-mystery play, "Polly Wants a Cracker," Was presented by the junior class Wednesday night at the Masonic hall to a fair sized audience. Through the untiring efforts of Miss Josephine Getchell and Mr. Lever, coaches, the play was well presented. Proceeds of the play are to be used to help finance the junior-senior banquet. In the cast were James Anderson. Marjorie Cole, Burton Thurston, Lois Miller. Russell. Miller, Marcia Smith and Kathryn Foster, Miss Jaunita Holt entertained with several piano selections during intermission. The play- was presented in the community hall in Marion Friday f Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Roberts of Saker 'who were Huests Wednes-avi and Thursday at the home of past two weeks following a major Chloris Alexander. Mrs. Charles operation. i , - i Alexander. Mrs. George Anderson Andv Baelev of Portland visit--and daughter Edith and Mrs. A. church. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Leiuer attended the Eastern Star held in Albany last week. Peoria Peoria. George Bayne drove to Halsey Friday evening and accompanied his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Working-er, and family to Eugene where they attended the circus. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bradshaw last week. Mr, and Mrs. Henry Abraham are the proud grandparents. Mrs. Bradshaw has been with her par-n und ) to rome here axaln Suver difor Mice F.linnr CoUPV was taken to the Albany general hospital last Tuesday where she has hwn treated for pneumonia. At JUDGE L. H. McMAHAN Of Judsre McMahan this can be said: he has fouffht graft wherever he found it. He has stood Alone between the jrrafters and the public funds. He has fought the rinps without any help and he has never asked for quarter. No other official has ever been so fearless and none hns accomplished so much for the people. The only way to get good government Is to support those few official", who prove to be sincere in the work of reform. - : The complaint is vociferously made that Judge McMahan is always in a row with other officials and wants to run everything. The jduge's rows have been confined to those who graft taxpayers' money. He snowed by grand jury investigations the great waste of public funds by the highway commission. As a result the overhead was reduced $295,000 a year. He exposed the junketing trips of 3ttate officials to the East at state expense. State and county officials were getting ten cents a mile traveling expenses.: He openly branded the mileage a "shameless graft." He caused a reduction to eight cents a mile; then to six cents a mile and finally to four cents a mile in the state and four and a half in the county. No longer do county commissioners put in 175 days a year "inspecting roads" at ten cents a mile and five dollars a day. No county commissioner now drives to Portland and charges the county ten dollars for the use of his 'car when the round trip fare is two dollars. No commissioner now goes to Donald and puts in the entire day there as .director in a fire relief association and then charges the county $5 for "attendance in court," "mileage to Donald and return, fifty miles at ten cents a mile ?5, dinner fifty cents," total to the county $10.50, and then collects five dollars from the association for services as director, a total for the days work of $15.50. No longer does a sheriff get $7 a week for boarding prisoner when the law allows only $4.50 a week. And so Mr. Keyes' campaign manager, Mr. Carson, ex-county commissioners, Mr. Trindle, some state officials and ex-state officials, ex-sheriffs and all who have so used the public funds or hope to use them denounce Judge McMahan, misrepresent what he has done and join in trying to defeat him and elect a man they know will not disturb officers by official interference with their raids upon public funds. And it can be said of Judge McMahan that he is the only official who in season and out of season fights to protect the taxpayers. Every voter who wants good government will support him. A vote against him is a vote to encourage higher taxes. " Judge McMahan Cuts Courts Costs The round trip from Salem to Albany is 54 miles and Judge McMahan's mileage claim has never exceeded $1.30, or less than two and a half cents a mile. Since stage fares have been reduced during the last several years he has charged but one dollar for the round trip, or less than two cents a mile. This,' too, when if he charged the mileage collected by others he would have collected for each round trip $5.40. Judge McMahan's contention is that when an officer uses his car he can charge enly the fare charged by stage companies. This is the law and any charge in excess of the regular fare is graft. Judge McMahan took charge of the equity department, discharge'd the bailiff in Linn County, the bailiff in Marion County, and conducted that court for nine years without a bailiff. It saved Linn and Marion Counties a large sum of money. present she is slowly improving. ed at the home of his. brother, O. D- Gregory attended this feature. J. Bagley. Monday. j Mrs.'C. C. Elliott of Triangle, Willis Allen took his aunt. Mrs. Luke spent several days this week! Minnie James, to Independence visiting at the home uf her sister,.' Wednesday. Mrs. Thomas Fallow. Mrs. Clyde. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gentemann ! Steidel and son Dickie of Albany, were, dinner guests Sunday of ; visited at the Fal low home Thurs-Mr. and 'Mrs. Dean Allen. 'day afternoon. j E. G. Harris attended a i meet- j Mrs Laura J. Blume spent sev-mg of the county committee on j eraI days in Eugene visiting with soil conservation at Dallas last i f , iends the past week. Thursday. , ... . , Mrs. Eva Lamphcre and son I "enry Dungan of Albany visit-1 "Buddy" of Lebanon spent the I cd wlln Charles Alexander Wed- i week-end with" her son, Jesse nesday afternoon. He recently sold j Lampheer and wife.. a short humor story to Oregon1 Mrs. Annie Brown spent Wed- 1 Fai,mer mafiane. i nesday afternoon visiting her! ,The, P"P'ls of the Millersburg, sister-in-law, Mrs. Eunice Flick- I school enjoyed a May Day party at inger. I their school last Friday afternoon.! Tyler Johnson is assisting Ed. ; e Millersburg school will close! . O. t. Atwood leu irom Aioany last Tuesday evening for his old home at Kinsey, Kansas, to visit his mother, who is seriously ill. John Olthoff of Pratune, was a Sunday dinner guest at the Ralph Kesier nome. Mrs. Ed. Harmon ana Mrs. Kel son Anderson of Buena Vista were hostesses for a shower and social afternoon for their niece, Mrs. Stove Benedict, at her home Tangent here Thursday. Present were Mrs. Harley Prather, Mrs. Leland Pra-ther, Mrs. Emma Anderson, Mrs. Ed. Harmon. Mrs. NttUon Ander Tangent. The Tangent Bridge club met at the home of Mrs. DeArmond this week' with his ' 1 "U"UV' lutt "isirao di may farm work. j 15 as was formerly announced. Mrs. I. G. Arehart received 500 I F- N- Barnes was awarded the babv chicks from the hatchery ; Prize or warini? the funniest cos-Monday. ; tume at the Woodcraft fun meeting W. J.' Kerr hauled two loads i Monday evening. He was dressed of sheep in to Portland this week. ! as "Little Lord Fauntleroy." - Mrs. A. D. Gregory attended the rlf il I Mother's Day celebration at Ore-lYlllierSDUrg gon State college as a guest of her Millersburg Mrs. H. J. Far- ' son, Stanley, who is a senior there, well, of Portland, returned home; She returned home Sunday eve- son and Mrs. Ed. Prather, all of fciuena Vista, Mrs. cnaries Benedict of Fir Grove, Mrs. Martin Conger, Mrs. E .B. Gobat and Mrs. Schilling Steve Benedict. Miss Doris Conser of Corvallis Tuesday after spending several ining. spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Con days visiting at the home of her Charles Alexander and Cecil daughter, Mrs. J. W.'Pugh. Montgomery- and son Clyde drove Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Reynolds at- to Eugene Friday to visit the Al G. ger. Evert day, Kellogg's Corn Flakes are eaten by many millions of people all over America. No oilier ready-to-eat cereal in the world enjoys such r popularity, because no other offers such rrispness, flavor and genuine value. Ask your grocer for, KeUogg's auil get the best. Nothing taku the plact of conrj FLAKES Mrs. O. A. Rice spent the week Robert's cousjo. Mrs. Sallie G'.j rahayV'ieft' Friday for Newport for ! JwQ days' stay at the beach. j r . i JL epper end with her daughter, Azalia Rice, at the J. F. Torgeson home. Mrs. Rice is keeping house for C. E. Stellmacher at Wells. - Miss Lucile Chastain, whose parents live on the Lena Ridders farm, returned home last Thursday from the Albany general hospital where she had been for the tended the wedding of Edna War-Barnes circus there, ren and Everett Terhune in Al-1 The Dever Social club met at the bany Tuesday morning. I home of Mrs. F. N, Barnes Thurs- Ardys Alexander and Peggy 'day afternoon with eighteen me.m-Gergory appeared in a tap dancing bers and five visitors present. The number at the West Linn music hours sped by with many games festival at Riverside community I and a contest in which' Mrs. hall Friday afternoon. They were Charles Weiss won first prize and accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Amos Nofziger was voted the Shelburn The luxury of good pepper is anyone's. It costs no more. Shelburn. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Russell, Mrs. Howard and son Alfred and family of Tower Grove HwWrtl. UN. S. 4. Tk.Uh. Wk 7 7TT werfionssa&e ...mom Mr. J a CAMELS ifc."VCVA t feiin.ifii whiiih urn REDUCTION unnecessary and . burdensome expenses. Judge McMahan has always given to those in need and distress a much larger share of his annual salary than his annual salary reduction would have amounted to. He has preferred to have ALL of this money benefit these unfortunate fellow citizens rather than to have a large proportion of it eaten up by state and county overhead and administrative costs as would have been the case with his money paid into the state through his acceptance of the salary cut. The ways and means committee would not give Judge McMahan an opportunity to appear before it. Evidently lt did not want him to make statements and give facts and figures which would be widely published. It takes rare moral courage for an office holder to alone take the stand Judge McMahan did In this matter, but It was a good thing for the impoverished men, women and children who were helped In their distress. - AS TO SALARY In the campaign against Judge McMahan criticism is made of the fact that he refused to accept a reduction in his salary. He did refuse, as has been said, but he gave his reasons. To the joint ways and means committee he sent a letter explaining his position. He wrote that there is waste, extravagance and too often grat in many departments of the public service; that there are probably three office holders where not over two are need- (:,, ed. He suggested that if the committee wanted proof of his allegations . of waste, extravagance and graft he would appear before the committee and prove his statements to be true. He alleged that in one department alone over $3,000,000 had been wantonly wasted within the last ten years. Judge McMahan further advised the ways and means committee that he preferred to use his money to help alleviate the Impoverished condition of the people rather than have it used by the state to pay salaries of useless office holders and other Busy Americans Find Smoking Camels a Pleasant Aid that Help! Digestion to Proceed Smoothly Increases Alkalinity! Many annoyances of our daily lives gestion, increases the flow of digestive rush, worry, noise, mental strain slow fluids. ..alkaline digestive fluids, dow n the flow of the digestive fluids From Camel's costlier tobaccos yoa o necessary to good digestion. . get uncqualcd mildness. Smoke Camels Science and common experience agree for a comforting for well-being- that smoking a Camel stimulates di- fortiigtstiou's saitj They set you right! in U' IVr' A LIGHTNING SPEED of pelitt Mrs. Ethel Arnold (above) depends greatly on digestion. "I smoke Camels with and after meals," says Mrs. Arnold. "V , ''tint-- )r0 -S m fHt 'ih jw acw- O. D. CLAOWELL describes operating s pneumatic ' ' ' (1 V tj f i V " ' ll , drilL "This battering ram is tough on the digestion," , - was T-J 4 pr ,?"st' he says."! just smoke Camels,' and Camels set me right." - t "v f j v V 4 "If'' 1 U"h J . v K! ; ... tLf i .4. &: - x -'r 5 The "leaders" of neither party like Judge McMahan. To both he is what is called "a disturbing factor" and the "leaders" of both parties agree that he ought to be suppressed. The only trouble about suppressing him. is that he just can't be suppressed. The reason for this is than -most of the rank and file of both political parties like thi way of exposing graft. Every time he has been a candidate he was nominated by both political parties;. The "leaders" could not control the voters. The record does disclose that Judge McMahan has been trying to slop graft. All the men who profited by graft are fighting him. The voter now has a choice. He can fight alongside the grafters or he can endorse the effort made to stop graft. It is complained of Judge McMahan, "He is too much for the under dog." If we had more public officials who have sympathy for the under dog we would have fewer under dogs. The trouble is we have too many men who are always for the top dog and we have, also, too many top dogs. Reprinted from The Capital Press Salem, Oregon. ' A Vote for Judge L. H. McMahan is a Vote to Continue Efficiency on the Bench and Protection for the People of Linn and Marion Counties. I o i.s :. ,,:... ,- Kiiin, mioMiii. 1 ...fflau ji -y. i .fea W'.-- ... I 664 JUMPS the record of Joe Crane (ahovt). He says: "Camels set me right! 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