Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on March 18, 1936 · Page 12
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 12

Albany, Oregon
Issue Date:
Wednesday, March 18, 1936
Page 12
Start Free Trial

Page 12 article text (OCR)

o PAGE SIX THE IBANY DEMOCRAT-H ERALD, ALBANY, OREGON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1936 -WARDS' CELEBRATE LATE, COMPLETE 'NK WSOF NEA IlIi Y v Finn no it noons Swwl Hnm OP mm Sweet Home. A surprise show- ' er was given Mrs. Cleo Thompson j at the home. of her mother, Mrs. j Harry Watkins, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Leon Blankenship. Mrs. Doris ; Calvert, Mrs. Lenore Keeney and I Thelma Wriglit were liostesses. A j large table decorated with stream- ; ers and bows of blue crepe paper ' was piled high with beautiful gifts ' with a Store -Wide Collection of Values Tailored Suits Need . ? C MOST EXPENSIVE MAN-TA5LORED? ' DRESSMAKER? A frivolous little dress-up turban with your suit? Cer-tain-ly NOT! A brim, please, in felt or straw with plenty of dash in both color and cut purchased at Wardl it the remarkably small pricoTiJ O for the bride. Forty guests were present. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson are living in an apartment at the Watkins home. Mr. Thompson is employed at the McCready mill. Mrs. Casebeer was hostess at a stork shower for her granddaughter, Mrs. Tony Nuttman, Friday afternoon. Fifteen guests were present. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carroll entertained a group of friends Sunday evening at Kjflir new residence on the Santiam highway. Old-time music on guitars, violins, banjoes and a piano accordion, were features of the evening. The Evangelical W. M. S. met at the church Tuesday in the last all day meeting of the year. After the business meeting, a pol-luck dinner was served to 18. At 2 o'clock Mrs. Emma Mencar of i Foster led a devotional seryice, and Mrs. J. P. Harrang and ipi. i Fred Wodtli presented the closing j chapters of the study book. --The W. M. S. is planning a playkvJor ; thtt Anril rnmmnnitv fnrum rPhp KJ c. TMW) anettmmxttk i 1, ; ;f ,' -rr3 ( verified rone verified value April miynary meeting will b(j Wfk. X PA And ESPECIALLY a Wa-d suit! We've the smartest Spring styles . (evei) vk new ar- rivals trom New York !) Up-to-the-minute fabricssmooth finish or rough twe)ls. ftbgt colors: tatj gray, navy, brown in monotorfijite, cttin, pffidds. ' ?VW jWrd pric(E! Si . xx&am . . . ai mi; rim rruuui iiumiu ai r ua- ter. Mrs. Lurah Alexander will have the devotiAals and Pearl Nothlger will givtrihe lesson study from the new year book. i Mrs. Boyd McCoy and family returned yiiday from UpQr Soda I here r&r. Mc(Oy has becoem-flttyG0 0 tlB C9 Oi-' Qhich is (jnayiy cifBmJsaJO. 0 h shroblflxrff for the hWi SBfe HJEa Baoa3R)uO,aiy and ttWdicOFCD vorfl ctfnfliOiccd inj OtfBfliBtOly. 'ThO HKJO 0; b e eh 8S5i8d Had cojjprole tpsts with a ((bain SdaBB hQO 5s3 pat&5 abound a pKCdioa of tflO rounds. Bfl snnicr class has purchased W t&B Bast SWtsnca tcith Biflh tUfiinbl building. 6. , 8tpaiAmn h.aVeD 1-UgBEfl Mm Oa east$l grand jury Wtf Iff, and Hps .started Sis M MSONaiuS t8i fljswu. S ami Mr. S. SP. Jnoei of fifenpia rrid Swem itmc "KiSjfiBy. evening to 6b witn heir ffiftighoSi. Ef. W. & Btun. whose qondtaan CD. SKnrt, is criticoiijt iU JBKB pn0antaiife ftiljrtig an at-qt trf ftu. ftita &U8S0& Cfflto OS tdo Now fMtft ie ftowl? convalonenia at bis No Rings Around Our Hosier JACKET . DRESSES Thej? sail tfiurnptiantly; through the day.i-looking feqatilljf smart: behind oQae decks or Chiffons o o fa tea-tables! They give' you greyhound contours if ou'ne ft trifle "ovcr-emphasi:(etl" oftn 3 an lfia f you're too slm! And they're) fcady 6t Wrs it) striking (prints at) erepes actUe to cio ot duV improved ringlesopct cent malceH tUcm thuicrc clenrcf FullfutbioneiljHir (ilk with a flnterittg du finish. Well inforued a points of hnr doat vreir. T nrtwwt shaduti A to 10 ' tBftd co1d ins a woo wcoito' Ul-iigss, flu ana msumsmia. MVo. BQssnU has Iso been illi with the o Misses' Se3tlott d Womn' StyH. 48 to 4 but i improving. i, e. ItfO 1100s boon CCD 9it& pasumonio is now fOcov- ' ERxnj ojato rapiffls. 1 fin-, axot 5Je. Jaltn Crackor ,o i Qxamo pjrawl son, hnro MnpotTll. i (EroSJtnya mo tts leg atosnod fjQroim tmo tags wftilo helpiofl ti C9. Ft. DoluXtt ' ; 47 Oewc. CO Aciliiy Hj L,!ghtweight for Spring i FUR -FELTS 1&i. mwmbxOi at gging uo6dny. t&atsas Efiwapfla iad a am.ii 01 Kin at nr. Laimmaiuc s of- i 9liursd0y. $4 Quality HAND f(octiea)- HP nnlShed o o Jeffmon) o ffSjlfirfciB. TfW tga'W fttsdng (SWSa JrHerson 0nan' club was BjDi Ve0nM9ay fteroisoi it the Wnhy Aooa of Vi s. .Iiifin Ter-ItofflJ. CBoP. ftnAur &-I6BI o f Sspa&ar and gave OaiS oi '(i-KpaaniiHg, .BkcA anA tisic." rr. fettigw aa.i spii0'. spi s. l. Wltcsa of :orailiK; tffiK (ov-tcTBBtt P3sfcSXteaW of OiQeSQO, V&s. Sto'oy a febtrot, gSk at. c. cioio ( ffortlemS tEa3 Gs. Jones f8!omotn 8ol". TIO next meet- Weigh lc);s than 3 oz., but jSvh ouncA (B find fur felt, gpft ItBtler Ucdlbaml . . . finoeiia ! tTlfl)i weit (edSbrn. 69'to'0teQ ipTUnlmgd, oPcooUf. Acts been omitted to wmke these distinguished Sssits will SS BuCD at the liGJu of o. OiWoO'UOilay with ?s. O.iU lift-, joint hostess. O Unequalled at V" d-'VaRDS PAINT, JUST tifij COAlJ, CtUETELV3' flWUL ST Ay u large new brooder house is lf!5j!g built on the A. B. Hin?. ranch il'.t) miles northeast "f Jefferson, iris 30 byiyjO- QinzGiiO-u-to raise 30lJ.urkeys on the place this year. He purchased a span of horses at th& Kelly auction sale last week which will be usi? on the farm. Mr. GOOMaOCoi-hrnn, who have been living in house-keepiijii rooms in the old hotel buildiSf, have moved to the JrflV. o mnp; mv DHtoni in f or SPITE Or SUN OLD FLOOR ' o RAIN ICE AND SNOW' wIit)tailoririg). . .fewest d flattest 4iTx1-ing . . . fiabric patterns that igou'll q on Wow ois lt di58SS'mgn f h blond tgmakfl t6?s' suitsie finest jj?pu8vr bought anl&here aBijr this low price-; 'leg lotiS'dgd are life suits tifist o ) sell fS)r6 another (esijimp of "d vglite'! o J .7 0' o o to Single cg)Do(iE BteiXs 1 riSx-l sports OR regular styles. o ifiiislics for Every Purpose B B4P ft Two (Stic's your wardrobe demands liilored yet dressy new tie that's perfect wirjsnits loir) prints (above). Rugged, low heel type fintpljirtls-wear (below): black or bj-own. Bargain -pricwT) 3o that you can have Isjtjr' styles. BotrrTSt''.() Sl'I'ER 1ISE fu-d $;l.45 value. r.-VIXT A None finer. ( CERTIFIED FLAT WALL l'AIXT A verified $2.65 value. One coat hides. Free flow- ranch and will do the farm Srk j and take care of the turkeys. Mrs. Grace Thurston and Mrs. William Skellon were hostesses to members of the PastNoble Grand club Thursday afjlfrKoon. Miss Flora Thomas tindVATrs. K. S. Thurston won jfrves in n floral contest staged. VJrs. Charles Mc-Kee and Mrs. S. H. GoinvPvie guests. V ) Recent guests nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Coin were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Livingston and daughter of Portland, Mrs. Norma Wheeler of Pendleton, and Gilbert E. Jones of Newport. Mrs. Leland Wells was honor Jiicst at a miscellaneous shower Tjwen Wednesday afternoon ut the home of her mother, Mrs. John Calahan, for which Mrs. Ed San-ford and Mrs. Leo Weddle were hostesses. Priies were won by-Mrs. Marshal Snydogynd Mrs. Gilbert Looney. Pret.Vrrt were Mrs. Marshal Snyder of Salem. Mrs. C. S. Calkins, Mrs. Chas. Hart jr.. MVs. Weldon Looney, Mrs. Dick Vose, Mrs. Mervin Case, Mrs. Gilbert Looney, Mrs. Merlin Hill, Mrs. Clinton Hart, Mrs. Leon Boyer, Mrs. Lee Wells. Mrs. Howard Pow-e, Mrs. Fred Wied, Mrs. William Dyer of Albany, Mrs. John Calahan, the honor guest, Mrs. Leland Wells, and the hostesses, Mrs. xo .iiu.gji; oi oius , i!!K. self-leveling, fast drying. ffOallon 2.40 for fltihlrvn 0 (' CERTIFIED GI.qsfjWAI.L-.EXAMEL A verified $3.50 valurv-Ylard.touKii high gloss 2.80 finish. One coat hides. Drw6 to 8 hours. Gallon I'OVKRAU. HOUSE l'AIXT Standard quality. $;.45 value. ial. t'OVKRALL tfotpR l'AIXT' Durable finish lWjriside flours. tt. CERTIFIED KALSOM1XE Finest quality. A 4S)e value. S Ib.s. ( OVERAI li. O O R VARXISH Good MandiNttSuaUty Ul. DRY FAST KXAMEI You ;1Iii pay 2.9ri but you can't buy finc(qH. v Built for hard wear and (CERTIFIED SEMI-GLOSS EXAMEL A ver-(U)ied S3.30 value. Semi-luster finish. One mil mil1 toatirades. . JJiniin 6 to 8 hours, a mm m 1.00 J n);able.(rftjl). to kee'young feet growing- normally! WHITE ELK Iher smartly perforated, aes 8' ; to 2. Bargains! CO ( WARDS' Wl SAVE V3 TO Vt ON I PA PER AT Wcddlo and Mrs. Sanford, G MARRIAGE STl'DY CONT o Bluffton, O. Bluffton collees course in marriage, which drew Wide comment from educators when it was Introduced two yeurs ago, will be repeated this year. Specialists will lecture on the psychological, legal, religious, social, financial, intellectual and physical aspects of murrthKU. ALBANY STORE TELEPHONE 751

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page