Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on March 18, 1936 · Page 11
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March 18, 1936

Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 11

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WEDNESDAY, MARCr?18, 1936 THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-H ERALD, ALBANY,'-OREGON PAGE FIVE ! school building set-up. A now sport sedan was deliver-j iivl I,, ll-iiM-v Pm'toi- l:ici WeHnnw-tthe j his John Wolfe is reported holding own from a severe attack of flu and lunL' fever. His dim- Mertz corner east to the Jordan and Kingston market road. They are clcarint? nnri m-iihhintr rioht- mi FTi si - rr1"1"" 1 'fj Indicted, Loses j LA 777, COMPLETE I NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS Khter. Mrs. Bertha OsboratQ and rals- l-ora rlau a,e neiing-uj care i fol:llim- , , , A , , ' 1 -1P Munkers jichool district is Mrs. Cora Piatt are helpiniTuT car ig a program for March 18 inWHlievening. A social wIlLJol- and his family, are now moving to lovefhe program. northern Montana where some The road relief workers are now mapping is to be done this sum-working on the road from John mer. Halsev 1 Halsev. Tli morninc coneregi- liin of the Methodist church heard reports from June I.ayton. Doris Brock mid Louise Starr. delegates to the Older Girls' conference held i in Eugene recentlv. Flaine Straley was confined to her home due to measles, so was not r.blc to give her part of the report. I At 2 p. m. a small crowd listened to a discourse by nr. Bruce Raxtcr. president of Willamette univeisity at a rally of members ' from the Harrisburii. Shedd. Halsev and Brownsville Methodist churches. Dr. Louis Mauin of Sa-' lem. district superintendent o f ! Methodist churches, will be here : next Saturday to hold the fourth "Himtorly conference. Clifford Bas is one of theiat- i$ Clifford Poffho lrh 1 UOLUUivv. vjkj In a case which. this cam- i palgu year, la stirring wide lu- terest. Mrs. Anna 0. l'arsal. tins been "relieved" by (Cosier Ueneral raney ui Ijiiti as ocllllK postmlKtresa ot ion Harbor. Mien., auer ner liidirtineui on a charge ol cun-FPirlng to solicli polillcal tiinds iu a federal bulliliiig. She mi accused 'o( nelplne lo collect nearly 800 fur the 134 Demo cratic cunipulR) Cj Mrs. F. O. Salmon is enjoying a vacation in Long Beach, Cal for - ". " llllf ly m-pnew, jchs iviurgan, m IA ;v At! j f 1 ! When You Think of AINT Think o$ Certainteed TIko's a paint that's made to stand the weather nndvciw! years and yours ol' lasting satisfaction and beautyv And it is not expensive. Certain-teed paint is the most economical on the market. Let us fif;i(t) with you on repainting your house and buildings this spring. Why wait when prices threaten to go higher? We Install rjy.s in All Kinds of Windows And the same applies to building, remodeling nj modernizing. Do it now and save money. We told you in 193213 that you'd never build as cUfiLily again. We repeat now that you won't save a penny by Siuntiny. You are more likely to pay more. iday. Ellsworth Gardner and Lawr-; 'ence Rapp of Los Angeles are vis- itinu for a few davs with Ells-! r-....j.. ,j t wnrlb's nnrents and crandoarents. P Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Gardner and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Gardner, en-route to Los Angeles from Pittsburgh where they have just completed a course in electric weld ing. Flovd Carter and Merle Salmon are among the local m"n working !on the new school building. Many who desired to see the very large timber placed in the new school building missed t h e sight, but a large crowd witnessed the job. The grade school side has its rafters in place for the roof. The concrete pouring of walls was finished one day last week and some of the forms have been re-movc4 Catri jNieholson has completed a nevXKeep shed on his farm south cit ntn fnmrlv n mirt nf the George Shaw properly- : ShflKum Shelburn. Arthur McLain and family of Portland were Sunday diniiyr guests at the W. II. Mc-L;un jiome. Rorlie Holm, small son of Herman Holm, is ill with a ligliQut-lack of lung fever. Ralph Shilling is assisting Lloyd paratory riTkpring cultivation. The freeze iiikiEPd the Dlants to some I extent. The strawberry Dlants are !i0 pej; freetini cent destroyed by winter i(o-)ip- TM. Russell completed :ML-ip to-date brooder house nt his farm near here. The farm is under lease to Burton Green who now resides on the place. Mrs. T. M. Russell of Tower Grove spent Wednesday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. w. II. mc- n ' . . " ( J'st victim: V Catherii ms 3 of the mumps. ine Smith has been ill with miuans the past week. Lnwrfncn Taylor, who has been ennfinenVj his home for three weeks due to mumps, was walk i ing near 1115 moiiiv o I first time. Jle ep ' to his dutfe-il i bank the W ofvth ing near his home Sunday for the poets to return Halsev State I panK me ra oiviiys wee. his 82nd birthdby Anniversary on March 13. Mr.Torter is active and healthy ana sees 10 ms iarm- i ing interests west of town. I John Larue will celebrate h i s odii, hirihrfnu nnn He formerly WUI H'l 111,11 to rheumatism 11 had totdiKt' He livesaluTIe. worked for many people oin. one be last year he has Frank Gansle. Karl uonnen- practice, Title 1. H. A. you vSwrt a government guaranteed 0 . PWf THE FJIOCICWIXH A JACKET IS FASHION rr-n HEROINE NUMBER ONE FOR SPRING i a,la HLIK' oi Ainany Sunday morn-j ing. Q i , , s- J or advertise the fi paper. 28-YEAR OLD CAR RUNS Chattanooga, Tenn. Although! nas wffetziriejy passed its 28th 1 v . eamp, AmoiA. Tussing and-W. Ciehitect for the local school build ' r .r.i. . . Pelham. mir)bers or hiieouia- sonic lodgemotored to Nortliflend This is one time or the year R'hM n i5r1) must rerlninlv keen her-nead on her shoulders. I know, for I have been doing the stores with n vengeance in orrir to eive you first I hand information on what is what for 1 he baTmy season of tlie vear And if-jh hard hea?t ... hrt.ivNthe . mitnmob Ie uf the'TIUirsOaV eveiimKllo mienu on iiiuav. mu- n,n.-,, . . . .- - l. im. rreeman or Portlanu, ar- . . ... nig. was a business visitor in town Saturday. He reports he was the auicesiui ui cuueci seiecieu oy me ft . . . . J meeting of thatWder there ovcr(Sinction City authorities for a new I Lain. which Clay P. Moody, former Hal-- ' ' sey resident, presided as worship-nfeMMMMIMIHnlHMBMnMBMNi loan you must act J. . 2nd. affd C 'm Jste5 sew; m& carTbe stirred ancUawaved by allr0f 1.al!-'c,ov e,c9 m a r,1 Iu S.SrJ.Sai?.Jy."rfrdcks in blue with just enough' tiiei-Luu.w.UUIIt- Rcy. Guerry eeO still carries! his around the soi Cooke-: viUe. It is a threeiJ.eeled ve-! hicle-NWith two wheels in front XV t wi, , - . .. ,o . . : Democrat-HeraVd iint a4)' Bring Rpnl), 7 j jfrninrHi nera m vvhiil nus TT Fashion's EOfeT I o O awfully summing about outfits whose coats show Tuxedo revcrs. From hem to col lar the revers extend . . . never . .. . i times the ver fnk,es a .eon!,a,st ! ;.; som('"'l"S else I particularly llked" m one of thfBfetter known ! wiue, nevei iuu uaiiuw. ouiui , . ,n m!lk ,h.m Bvntl- , ;,,rv, ,,,,,, j,.cuno .. ,,: in dirbunnet, the paltern quitei ...w . ..... . .. widely spaced. here's what got me! The jacket! ere of navy ! 1 e.. wc'01' V1" ."5"". l"laU ..'i ' : ..I iT.'J " mnnt,,.s s:,Vn,.v . . . iymt . . , . , . , v i... wy Idea, was that ol relict when lretuuy ex- tning those i;t u ) iiitvjmiiiun muutM wnat evei will happen to you hen you-are turned loose to buv! For there is something pretty irresistible about almost every dress, in town, and yqu-svill want.tolcorne home fro; 6ur)first shopping lour with m. lothes than your closet can lioldK T .... 1 4 .. i .....1 Whatever e Is you may neciai? on, klmars aiess and Here's . , SPRINQ TIME IS DIAMOND TIME with a jacket that matches. TakeCf!. l"ve""? LuZ ' especial pains to see that the dress ' Pa,ts ot these Pal ls Potties, beneath the jacket has the kind I -Practical Designs I breathed a of sleeve that makes it independ-fh an inese nespieaica ni- For your iii'tpection during Fashion Week. Our assemblage for f&iring constitutes the most com-prehtQive vilely of beautiful glass ever shoQfPin Albany. S5e have spaid no effort to brinB)Tr go! approval -VSsIuon's newest and mottf) coinservativ 'i(e! nf AT TIJR O ' iNew oop gatmegj (as illustralcin The idern trend fur simplicity nctt too SoliofiM n6D tr harsh, but a pleasiiiR cofijgromise hfli bCCJi i0et5i) (,' Kostoria in this new "Loop t(gtic" flesjgn. Thflt 9istioii)i ripple el foot, so masterfully dui by Jo.Oori craftsman, efid fjjit interesting, p)iii iipig-gj uni0ilVaffBtn ftKl ' the ordinary. This set up trTttuiCS t9 W(Il) sftoeas tftfi- of-way. jonn uansome jr., son or j. j. ?'i!!SOnY5 'lt "uW ''i."8 ho.me folks. He has been in the employ of the government surveys. He Expires March 31. at once. Cogged Yards algpooia 3t. Phone 275 feas ctAtic 1 CiUie in nu anft f5C BS9 stoP& o "Bubble Balls" Fostoria enchanting beauty for ' floral centerpieces. Here is a novelty executed in such perfect taste that even the most distinguished hostess will find it appropriate to her table. These vases may be used singly or in pairs on the table or placed in various nooks in the house where a spot of color is needed. The many sizes and colors make choosing both a pleasure and inexpensive. Ideal, too, as hanging baskets. VJ -vctfSJ 3) mi Encasement anfl wedding rin&S) novluj6 antj) dytlnctiyn (t)he two nuptial rings you give her can nev ho renhced. Tlieir purchase is ifficng the most impor-ttfrit in life, atv.Q.hould by all niQ;is be made at a . well-known, thoroughly repuKiblenouse. Our rings are of recognized 'glue, fashioned in all tlie newer settings. , Q o i I' ffm SmF inM fsilte) While you are at it, W, fPrint jackets over oiid w.lor f l ocft .re .ne of the, most) refTejhli Spring styles. a print that has a background color of one of the drosses you already posfciss.ribw then.. . . what have' we? (grtr your print dress and jacket . . . costume one! When the weather permits, doff your jacket and add yfiuV fur scarf... costume two! Aira if you have fol-lon-H jtvtv snpi'p'ction carefullv. some cfaifs you will wear your jacket over that other dress that r wtaro,,,,,! rrfft,l,es . . . and you have costumeWee . . . which I i-as more than you ever got out j (ot a single purchase before! What Lenfeth) Jackets? I am not one to ttiryou yea for some i .-.nH nav for others, for this sea- I son is one when anything goes. If you like the little tiny short jack !ft and have a figure that does "right by them, you are a foolish female if you don't wear them.' But if your proportions are on the ant r. clioyseaimneu: i ' ! I I j lairs,, and aiscoverea tnai gooa common sense had been used by tile designers, to see that the pleats were so handled that they would really stay in. In skirts they are stitched lo a point above the knees. This not only preserves Ithem, but gives a nice, fitted hip-! line. O Washable Skirts If yoiUike to f"gj striding over the golifpourse, jflr sprinting at tennis, pleated skirts are going to prove your lucky fashion. Pleated all around for lots of leg room. (Their stitch- beFoi is released just above the knees. civil (war) vn(f)ir5) intact Springfreld. Mo-CVH. Burke, veteran of the Union Army, recently celebrated his 81st birth day by donning the uniform he were as a drummer more man tl years ago. The drum, tlie gun, the cap. the uniform vfoni in tiie Civil War, lire in gooc. condition. f ) FINDERS NOT KEri'F.RS Boston Finders oren t always keepers in Massariiusetts. A state I aw provides OiM 9) perQ fmd- '"8 money or gocioV to tW value oi 54 or more iiuim iimiy puiice neuquai in s. public notice , D El E S S Lj pnsi Choice of iite or Yellow Gold. All with from two to 12 side dionds. Priced. 310.50 n,. ifjnie. ice tea and cocklau. iisturia sensations. . O o Gay festal) iiM 0: l Vwrnt jrosloiia ,inmnn ,,,lO'l )-". ..inrt t Klitterinf, indispensible yffftje mi mum son) o i fuUmaster. . ttUdnird Pence is keeping his ,:;a J..,u , with ' ., ' (Ll'.i... u ikn ie .Kn 111c rwuaita. 'ill. (gligimctif and dmmOTiJ-jrt UKtidinz riTifjs, $35. W i'OO (Opticians I'honn fil 7 or L E S S CINDERELLA o HOSE OUR NEW CINDERELLA hose ore pure silk and full fashioned Thc best hose value ll-.a- we have seen tri! year. fer pair . . 2 pairs only . 79c $1.50 MEN'S WHITE OXFORDS Bfy-jB style this year with wftfte Jox fords. Wff are show-injiiro new creased tfje, plain toe and wing-tipped in call-skins. Priced onlv $2.98 and $3.98 WOMEN'S WHITE SHOES We have a fine line of White Shoes for Women, Misses and children. Gel our prices. II A, MS m BJi StflgDin DOo 8ndjTrtg) 0 Candicg) several of another patternrFostoria's "SfnRay-' desij-n adds that refreshing newness charm and distinctiveness that's so rare so appreciated in glassware and inexpensive fat (M The lovely Trindle Candlesticks will make an exceplintj O BY DOING YOUR EASTER SHOPPING AT SPENCE'S ALBANY'S BIG LITTLE STORE times. 0 A New Salad Dressing Set Of oulstandinf! grace-(and )w.:i it v ic nhmirti lit-- adornment. Six candles, glowing in a pair of Fostoria'9 new candlesticks, will impart sufficient light for the largest table. Particularly graceful and beautiful too lookdpVn is the Due 6arl'llestick, Of just the right height, you Wy use two or fiwr according to tlie size of your table. ' .' . : ' Tliey can be had in the jewel like colors made by Fos-tofiajind last but not least they are of a fine quality, but minWately ..priced.' - ample sioe. ii wouiu uc- tai.n iu wear any jackets but those that are swagger . . . and in the longer length. I can tell you tnat there are just as many stunning 'longer : ones as there are short, and per-i sonally I can't make up my mind I, which I prefer. There is something ('"-about the bravado of a swagger C)Vacketed dress that can't be rival-i ) led by the most suave of the lit ( tie fitted jackets, v Spicy Varieties If you ore a lucky gal with an extensive ward-! robe, you won't have to follow my suggestion of selecting a jacket I frock that does double ... or triple i dutv. You can give in to your feminine fancy for tricks, and i choose one of the costumes with a jacket that startles by contrast. A navy frock, (tor 'instance, with . a rla nlotted jacket . . . and per- hifjhly decorative s a 1 a 'j71 dressing set- wiil stimulattX 4i, ..-t. ,.n .... "-i O o j II.. Ill I.. .mill iu nxiivt: viiv ill yehe pieces cn thouj'h she has o w jjfostia Early American Crystal Table lass Colonial in Style The most beautiful crystal crystal pieces ever pro- dujs Wile glass. In these chanriiiig fashion-ings in glass by Fostoria will aflniff. Hundreds (dpiecifa wlcct:.toi(FsftWr o 1 Jewelers ,21 West First Street W ELL f 9 LADIES' SWEATERS D llNew line for spring just in J New Barrel style and other (jypos. Attractive new colors fn-white, Poudre blue, pink, yed, maize, etc. Prices ratige from 98c to $2.98 (fS-vvre? wriwrrr-sd SHIRTS (AqUractive white shirts If v' . .i'ric-ed: V Sie:v6 UfV4 59c Sixes 12 1nym . .69c zy (Ti Men's and Boys' WORK SHIRTS jood values at lrom Bovs's Overalls VVJIYsSl. , express sin pes . . nac JB-.'J) whitc- haftsV-fl l.im . .89c Lee's Overalls carry them who demand for men value. MEN'S SHORTS fine (quality, rtw fused col lar without starch. Priced at 98c $1.49 and $1.98 MEN'S HATS N 0 w Spring shapes ) and shades. Good quality felts. Why pa n)ore than $1.49, $1.98 an(d) $2.98 T3P MEN'S SO) me uuniiiiitiviij tin wtii un the appetites when serviny your gue.sLs. See those new pieces now! 'CKjfV'W the makers have caught the spark of inspiration that is the hall mark of Early America's inspired craftsmen. A g.eat variety of beautiful pieces .IKips a Dll oi ine ouik aiuuu ., nek.,i Then there tire jackets that i. HiliUi Drats, pleats and more pleats. .They are especially charming in ftV new blouses. arc not only conij kOhlCmor. but in fabric as well V BAvas complete won JsftfH frock that i astedfOM'l i-Vaaecr jacket m dOOUl KUU' lenmii. n w ....v.. with the print of the dress. The )) entire costume wiiravishing . . . " and theo it appeflna to the practical side of me. bVtjuse the jacket was really more of a coat than anything else, and could be rushed into use with other thmcs. Tuxedo Revers There is somc- of stemware fei will makeoir table setting more((ad-I Kit I VS " ' 1 VLi- 'W eavj mired and, ltxM gut leleetinJT there s an individual elas.'((pf loveliness th at Hie retipirnt ra, so why not to erMo.':e fro new "1 :)(;" stocks. v-V "!-v Q) Per p, 10c. Roscoe Ames Hardware ; 216 West First street Albany, Oregon Watch our Window for the New Arrivals in "Azure Blue" Fostoria Glass Fashion' Newest Creations by Fostoria SPENCE SHOE STORE "The F.ipfe.st Little Store in Oreion" 140 West First Street Phone 72

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