Woodland Daily Democrat from Woodland, California on August 28, 1936 · Page 2
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WOODLAND DAILY DEMOCRAT, WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1936. Phone Your Want Ada 668 page two Mildred Campbell 'Randall White To Wed Monday r !M ehm O FRIDAY ahimias Klatawa Council, No. ; 177, meets in Odd Fellows hall,. Plans for her wedding, which is to; Elks Hoy Scouts Troop No. 4, meets1 New Residents of College Town Feted at Party Man Leaps to Death From Empire State NEW YORK, Aug. 28 (JNS) ' Robert F. Erskine, reporter for the Bronxville. Press, leaped 80 stories to his death from the top of the Umpire State building this morning. Every bone was crashed to pulp and the body was unrecognizable. Identification was made later from papers in his pocket. Erskin's leap carried him clear of the various parapets of the building. He died with the yrim distinction of being the first suicide there to land in the street. take' place Monday in Woodland, w ' revealed today by Miss Wild red ;" Campbell, who is to become the bride 1 of; Randal! White. Miss Campbell has not chosen the place nor hour of her wedding:. Mr. and Mrs. L. htmtn win nt - 1 tend the couple as matron nf honor j and best man. The bride - elect has' planned a grey suit with blue acccs - l sories and gardenia corsage as her I wedding costume. ! ' SATURDAY Miss Campbell came to Woodland:, . ' , ... n.,vt,.i two years ago from Salem. C - n - on, : I heater - a ne Baxtei making her home here with Mr. and ; in "Robin Hood of El Dorado , Mrs. Les Koch. She is the daughter j shows at 1:30, 7 and 'J p. m. of Mr. and Mrs. John Shelly oi" Sid - . Ki - S Theater Double bill, BiLL Boyd: ney, Nebraska. , 5ll' Fetleral Agent" and Ken May! Her education wa? received in Nc - . , - i braska elementary and high schools. ard m Western Courage , shows Since her arrival in this city, she has. at 1:30, 7 and t p. m. i been employed with various local: business houses, and is well known ! Oklahoma. here. ! lie is employed in Woodland as Mr. White came to Woodland six ' manager of the stock room of the years ago from San Francisco. I - lejDecgan Motor company, was bom and reared in Texas and is1 Immediately following their wed - the son of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. White ding, the young couple will leave for of that state. ! Santa Rosa, where they are to make His education was received at the; their home. Mr. White will be cm - high school at Wichita Falls, Texas ployed by the Santa Rosa Ford plant Military college and University of as stock room manager. Complimenting Mr. and Mrs. Lawr - 1 - j . nee Kinnaird, Davis newcomers, Mr.; 1 WO HoilOrCCi &t nd Mrs. Ivor Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. at Scout eabi home rit .Mrs. - J. W. Whitehead, iw 1 ........ .ew " - " - Second street, 2 p. m. Wright were hosts last evening at a Ladies' Aid of First Methodist Church ; garden buffet supper held in the. gar - .Meets at church parlors 2 p. m.,den of lhe Neison home 51 College Double bill, Bill. Boyd in "Federal Agent ' and Ken May - nard in "Western Courage". .u;iun Hall Theater Marian Davies in "Hearts Divided", shows at 1 - r Shows WMM ENDS TONITE Friday Aug. 28 Louis vs. Sharkey AUTHENTIC FIGHT PICTURES POWELL CHARME Ruggles Marion Davic.s in "Hearts Divided" TOMORROW and SUNDAY - Aug. - 29 - 30 MMiMiiiiii That you will, not ftEM if - TI only Enjoy This 'klj Pogvam but GHBH say lt:ia': S War - giig ner Baxter's best, Warner Ann Loring axter A spectacular story of "jfhosl. (he early California Gold Days - Hood "Robin nf EI Dorado Continuous Shows Sunday 1:30 to H P. M. Park - . Lavr Dunnigan Party Two birthdays - were celebrated in Dunniyan this week when Mrs. Milton Silk and Miss Dorothy Strong, and Mrs. Kinnaird came to; daughters of Mrs. C. C. Schneufe, short time ago when Mr. j were the honorees at a family party Kinnaird was appointed history in - j given at the Schneple home in Dun - structor at the College of Agriculture j nigan. Supper was served from a long buffet table holding a large centerpiece of flowers. Small sized mixed bouquets decorated the quartet tables at which the guests were seated. Those invited to meet Mr. and Mrs. Kinnaird were Messrs. and Mesdamcs W. L. Howard, F. L. Griffin, John Stahl, T. I. Stover, Irwin William, Harold Goss, E. L. Proebsting, C. S. Bisson, A. S. Crafts, E. B. Roessler, Orval French, Harry E. Jacob, R. L. Perry, Lauren Rosenberg, John Emlen, J. D. Long; Misses Margaret Martin, Caroline Brady, Nelle Branch, Harriett Morgan; Messrs. S. W. Bab - cock and Roger Gillette. Guests included Mr. and .Mrs. Milton Silk, Dorothy Strong and Richard and Robert Silk, all of Oakland; and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Strong, Joanne and Dianne Strong, all of Sacramento, and Jimmic Strong. Y. L. I. Holds First Meeting Of New Season Convention reports featured first meeting since last spring of the Young Ladies' Institute, which met in Odd Fellows hall last evening to begin its new season. Miss Alice Bascherini of Sacramento, a - member of the local lodge who represented the group at the convention in Los Angeles last spring, described the activities and, program at the conclave. Year's work for the club will be outlined at the next meeting, accord ing to Miss Virginia Griner, presi - Thosc attending the first meeting included Mrs. Clara O'Neil and Misses Griner, Irma Volonte, Audrey Paul, Sophie Slaveu, Eva Osborne, Rita Volonte, Alice Bascherini, Nora ami Lydia Luraschi, Mary Harder and Anna Hoffart. ROOSEVELT (Continued from Page One) man, anti - New Deal, polled 51,954 votes on both tickets, but was defeated in the November run - off. This year, Congressman Buck polled a combined vote of 45,0(37, only 1201 votes less than two years ago, despite the much smaller vote cast. Sheridan Downey and LeRoy Johnson, his two major opponents, together polled 3C,47G. Secures Majority Thus, as far as Congressman Buck is concerned, he emerged from this year's primaries with a neat majority on both tickets, while in 1 'KM ho iv as Ir - ailinir hv RfiRfi at i.ht - ' close of the primary election. But on the basis of New Deal support, the swing is even more impressive, and indicative of the landslide to be expected in California at the November election. In 393 - 1, it was a dear cut issue between the New Deal and the Republican Old Guard. The primary that year found the New Deal coming f the primaries W.mj voles in Reveals Amazing Robbery Plot air. and Mrs. Floyd A. Nunn An amazing story of a bank robbery plot, which he obtained "'from a crime story", was revealed to authorities at Flint, Mich., when Floyd A. Nunn. 28 - year - old factory worker.right, walked into a police station and confessed because, "my wife was out having a good time while I was working down there." Nunn told authorities he had worked nightly for three months digging a tunnel to the bank's underground vault. Incredulous police descended the sewer indicated by Nunn and found a 20 - foot tunnel. Nunn's 20 - year - old wife was held with .him after he said she had gone with him to inspect his progress and knew about the plot. He said his wife had driven 4,000 miles while he was engaged in his underground labors. the ; Hucke - Lewison Rites Set for September 6 Miss Doris E. Levrison of Chicago has .set September G as the date of her marriage to Herbert M. Hucke, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Hucke of Woodland. The marriage is to he solemnized at the home of Miss Lewison's father, S. T. Lewison, of Camby, Minnesota. Tiie bride - elect - in a graduate of the University of Minnesota and a member of Phi Beta Kappa. She is now .studying and leaching at University Since his graduation from Wood - J hind and Oakland schools, Mr. Hucke ; lias been acting as chief commun.ica - ! tion engineer for United Airlines. j Deal Triumphs This year, both Congressman Buck and his Democratic rival, Sheridan: Downey, were pledged to President! Roosevelt and the New Deal, with' Downey adding the Townscnd Flan' to the New Deal program. However,; both were in the open I'm - the New Deal, and their combined vote was 72.2','.'). Johnson, representing tin - lie - publican candidate and platform, poll - ' PS,r55 voles a New Deal majority of 58,678. Throughout the .slate, congressmen pledged to continued support of the New Deal were uniformly successful in securing their nominations, and the only interpretation possible is that California voters in November will give President Roosevelt and those pledged to support of his program an even greater majority than they extended in li);2. Democrat WANT ADS for Results' Mrs. Felsch Is Club Hostess Mrs. Manilla Felsch was hostess to j the members of her card club yester day afternoon at her home on Cleveland and Oak streets. Mesdamcs Daney Ervin, Josephine Pierce and Cora Green were guests of the club, j Mrs. Sophie Schlotz will be hostess to tiiie group at her home in west j Woodland for the next meeting. DANCE! Saturday, Aug. 29th Louis' Place CAP AY Fred Wild's Orchestra Adm. 25c, Ladies Free It. O. A. R. One ten - cent drink free with every ticket Two - Gun Chamberlain i Loses Court Appeal j SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 'JS (JNS) j The state supreme court today dc - j med the appeal ol "two tiiin Al Chamberlain, Tb - year - uUI Sonoma county rancher, who shot and killed Police Chief Charles O'Neil of Santa Rosa - in July, 11(35. Chamberlain appealed his life's sentence, on the grounds that, he was insan. - in: It ANT POWDER If 1 1 I C A NTS - ROACHES SILVERFJSH - MOTHS and many ofrher insects ! at Dealers .'insist - - on. TALBOTS' Announcing (he Opening Saturday, August 29 HAT BOX 529 SECOND STREET Complete Line of Smart, Originnl Fall Hats Mdry E. Bender Arkansas Visitor Leaves Landing; News Personals rivriK Knits of Lincoln, Arkansas, brother of the lute Sylvester Fults. plans to leave for his home next Mon day after a two weeks' stay here. Mrs. Fred. Madden and sun, .Fred die, Jr., - returned to .their burnetii Glcudale Wednesday . alter, a three w vi - rii at.' Hi - iic Tolson's home. at:Kirksvi!le. Mrs. Madden and Mrs. Tolsoh arc sisters; - JIV G. Isaacson of Iiobbtns is vaea - ' Liorcng in San Francisco for a few weeks. Mr; and Mrs. "J. McCutchen and b. Dailey spent Thursday in Sacramento. Miss Helen Patten was a Woodland visitor Thursday. Miss Lena Leisei' will leave for Weed Saturday, where she will resume her d vi ties as teacher there - lor tnc fall term. ESCAPE CAPTURED SACRAMENTO, Aug. 28 (IN.S) Edward Rowe, 3!), who escaped August 23 from the Contra Costa jail at Martinez, was under arrest here today. Democrat WANT ADS" tor Results Oft I Schools Are Opening! Get the Jump on Your Family Budget! Take Advantage of These Food Values! The same hitfh (jualify you are accustomed to, at prices 'way below normal Stock up now food markets are strengthening the more you buy the more you ll sae later on. Specials For Saturday and Monday, August 29 and 31 ; online SHrinR 1 Leg of Lambs 22V2C I'Tcnch Lamb Croquettes . . 3 tor )0c A - I Haby ' ''' Roasting Beef 15c A - 1 Baby Hcef Fach New York Cut ICc A - ! Habv Uecf 2 11S - Short Rib I Freshly C round I zj Lean Beef j Weenies or Bologna . per lb. 16c Fruits - Vegetables Watermelons .... per lb. V2C Swt - ct Ilhick Seeds Fancy Eating Apples 8 lbs. 25c Fancy Kentucky Wonder String Beans ..... 4 lbs, 18c Sweet Potatoes . . . 5 lbs, 19c Bell Peppers 4 lbs. 6c Large Stuffing Size TOMATO CATSUP 2 lge. bottles 21c Ritz Crackers . . . lge. pkg. 20c Crystal White SOAP Ml g 1 ... J PEET'S Granulated Soap Lge. pkg. 24c i Palmolive Soap 4 cakes XQc White Eagle SoapChips . . lge. 5 - lb. box 29c mml A 1 hers H Flapjack Flour Lge. pkg 17c Calo Dog Food .... 3 cans 21c 100 I'ure Coffee per lb. 15c Oysters 2 cans 17c Pink N - 1 'ail Salmon . 2 cans 17c Fancy 13 - z - Can Fig Jam 3 cans 25c All Flavors Chewing Gum ... 4 pkgsJjc CERTO Per bottle. ..IHVaC JTTU - ! . : VOLO GBQim 1 2J3 HIGH QUALITY LOW PRICES 421 College Woodlandr California. Free .Delivery

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