Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on March 19, 1936 · Page 6
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Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 6

Albany, Oregon
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Thursday, March 19, 1936
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THURSDAY,. MARCH 1 9, 1 936 THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-H ERALD, ALBANY, , OREGON PAGE SEVEN Jm of her sister, Mrs. Amy Pusehel, Wash., and Mrs. J. C. Wilkins of Sweet Home were afternoon visi- 1 ing team for the past four years. Mr. and Mrs. James G.Wiiirlev ! OUT OUR WAY" . . , k ives unci friends in Yamhill county frr.i'.i I''rKlay until bunday uve- Mrs. Herman ZuIUt who undeir ,: ... .... in. I.xi Ml tho Al- tors of Mrs. Fred Wodtli Saturday, LA TE, COMPLETE XEIGIWOKIIOOJ):! 1M Jk.y - GIVE ME TMAT WWIPI -E'S MOT USED TO 1 Mi's. Harang spent the weckeiii. dinmf ajests at the home of Mr. at the home of her daughter, Mlkjind itK. Hugh Taylor in North Bruce Price, of Belknap SpringS-Albany Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wodtli and Margaret Huffman has accepted their son. Otto, of Portland and a posiUon , Corvall.j.. Louis Fmke, brother of Mrs. Won- , ... . ... tli, were Sunday dinner guests at , "V i'i w'llUaker returned to her BEING WWo.CK.tD L-lbM J THAT; NOW, YOU CO AMD CATCH HIM! Riverview i b . . ,. 0.ivv;ilJ Crc .shaw It'll lor east- .Rivorview-Sunday dinner enl Q Sullduy evening. He eucu nt .he Jos Piol-p home 1)US L,mpiuwmom tal. Lune Uuck. were Miss Audry Cade ot Albany ; Thomas Peterson went to and Mr. and Mrs..Lynn- Young oTMm CUy lusl Monday where she falls Uy. Mr. Young is a brV L,mlJll,.,L,cl a; nurfC in a private ther ol lurs. Prokop. lome. Mr. and Mrs. William Light and; w" and Mrs. Rusell Knighlen family were Sunday evening din-i01 Albany we.e host and hostess ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe j sunuav ai a bu'tlidav dinner hou- and family. Mr. Roner and Ed Palon made a business trip to Oregon City last! week. - I Mr. and Mrs. .E. A. Maine were Albany visitors and shoppers lastj Sa&"'day'.. r t h- I Mr. and Mrs. James Trollinger were business visitors at Salem last Thursday. Mr. and Mis. W. C. Inman were recent evening visitors at the home of the Sliucmalser families. M. O. Arnold was a Salem visitor one day recently. Mr. and Mrs. Roe Phillips were Sunday visitors nt the hK of her son, Roy Thomas, of 'Jfcaiderson bridge neighborhood. James Trollinger was a recent Albanv visitor. Mrs. William Ashby of Salem , visited here at the home of her pinajjits, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Phil- Foster li'fiwli.t Mi Sherwood h.ft sev eral days ago for Los Angeles on a business trio. Mr. and M'rs. Louia. Briggs and I Dorothv were weeklajl visitors of ' Mr. and Mrs. Pete Johnson. i Mrs. Yost of Springfield is at the home of her daughter, Mrs. I Walter Murray. i Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Wilkiu,s nnd - daughter of Castle RocV, i Ambrusek of Oakview vicinity. , I Mr. and Mrs. John Shepherd and son, Darvell, were Sunday , dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crosby of Sodaville vicin ity. In the afternoon they drove lip to the Sodaville Springs. The work being done there by W. P. A. on a new parking ground is going to be a great improvement. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Retham of Silverton visited at the Herman Ziftr home Sunday. Mrs. Ret i R T. M. RECVU. 8. PAT. OfF. " 0 136 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. KmMZ&TlJ- WStPV, : ' V J-77V V23-W i D ham is Mr. ZelfcJ: mother. 1 Jack Goar and Muriel Gilkey were business visitorO in Portland st week. O . Harry Ncrman drove to Portland Moncfay and brought home O a new tractor harrow. Last ThuioJo.v Mrs. Steve CiensheVP's sist'o.' Mrs. Oscar Goar of Albnny and her son, War- Qi'ou Cuw, and wife, also of AI-,bany visited t the Crfcisluiw ,lu me. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Weslenhouse and children of Riuhardfioii Gap and Miss June Cooper, teacher of Aidhardieori Gay sobuol, were Sunday dinner guests at Mrs. Laura Piatt's home. Mrs. Westenhouse and Mrs. Piatt are sisters. Mrs. Ijfster Holt visited l-elat- .. fi- iwueuil hcspitul Inst Ttuirs- ,;j is t-'i"io along'iuce- 01 mu Mis. Knighten's lather, Fred I l-jjonimer. Covers were laid for the L;ueol ol honor, Mr. Summer and ! wile and son Mole. Konald Som-'l mer, a son, and his wile, Mrs olen phihppi, a daughter and her nusband Mrs. William Wlneberg of Tillamook is at the Hoi niaJieller home assisting with the work while her daughter, Mrs. Zeller. is in the 'hospital at Albany. Mis. Laura Piatt and Mrs. Elsie Bartink and daughter attended tne luneral in Albany 1' riciay ot Virgil HacKleman, who was an uiicie ot. Mrs. Piatt. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mis. Steve Crenshaw were and Mrs. Floyd Crenshaw and children ol Sweet Home. Mr. and I iwis. Carol Crenshaw, Mr. Wilbur Council and: Carlton Council, all ui VvesUu'. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Holt of Salem visited Sunday at the Fred immer and Lester Hull homes. Weekend guests at the Sam Noble home ire Mr. Herman Rick-urd and Mr. and Ma Earl Boatman, all of Eugene. Mr. and Mrs. John Shepherd and son, Darrell, attended the pro-giamJ presented by talent of the Marion Farmers' Union at San-tlamz-central-. local Friday night. A capacity house was in attendance to nelp dedicate their new stage. ;' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lardon made a business trip to Roseburg Monday. Those of this vicinity attending "church night'Oat Crabtroe Saturday evening were Mr. and- Mrs. Sam Noble and lamily. Mr. and Mrs. John Shepherd and son and Mrs. Roy Leighton and daughter raable. ; Kelly Moore of Salem visited relatives in tin; Sunday. nciguboiiiouu 1 I 20c 12c 15c 12c C. & C. MARKETS . West Side Phono 62-J O j j BORN1 TMIRTV YEARS TOO "SOON to - ' - ' the Fred Wodtli home. Harvi'elty of last jfiuirsday Newport drove up last Thursday evening to sec Mr. and Mrs. Rowley. j Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peck and Mrs. Sue Nichols were Albany business visitors Monday. O. E. Mikesell, countv 4-H club leader, called on Mr. Tiffany Mon- ', dav evening ' ' Countv School Sunerintendent J. M. Bennett and his daughter, vis- ited the grade school lucsday morning i Fred RowleanJs spending the 1 week with his CJents. ; Manuel Clark had an operation on his ir,.t Mmrinu ,io i i Langmack's ""to' ' ; Q Mill rsotire , Millcvsburg Stanley Gregory, son of Mr. and Mrs. A D. Gregorv 1 left Corvallis early Wednesday ; morning for southern California where he will take part in the col- lege water sports carnivals at Berkeley and Los Angeles. Stanley has Jn on the Oregon State w- W8 t call tne cheaper Would Y feeon I O jjj 1 l ! ' Joe Noble accompanied Herman Mikesell, county club leader, was Rickaid to Turner Sunday. Mr. ; pi esenl., giving the club members Iiickard fills the pulpit at t h c ! much useful information on judg-ChiUtiun church at Turner. -ing and exhibiting, garden pro-Mrs. Alfred Myer of Crabtcts ' dues. All officers, members and I thougW I w wotchitvg ited M.o. John Shepherd ibst 'fhtirsday Mr. and Mrs. William Gilkey's son, Franklyn Gilkey, and wife of Newport visited at the parental home Sunday. Sunday visitors Goar Home were at the JacK I Mr. and Mrs. : I' Gilkey of Newport, Mr. ; and Mrs. Allen Gilkey of Albany, ! ana mv. ana ivirs. rxuya vieusnaw i 1 bweel Home. i Sunday evening; Misses Mary Jane, Naomi and Eva Wineberg I lF(LDir 3BLl"ceip IB Ss cduji nits Schilling ABakingy ' Powder when 11 U. j.. YetnoDou-- o 'f g ' ' a TbeUeve in getUng ish-buver-IbeU6 value lor mv money agree with Wetaiew HJUsBros-Cottee We. visited Miss Grace Sledge who is j seriously ill for several days, is employed at the Zeller home. Igieatly improved. - Mr, and Mrs. Robert Davis and! ,,; Rir.rvlow -T'.lwo.'WIw -iok. daughter Claudine, Mr. and Mrs. Friday and Saturday Specials Vwe bought 7;;;da ... inra could una Z hat would Please InthebeaUng-otoolc WoU,m . coUee never Al Kief land sons Ray and Jack -(meeting Monday, March 16 At -the ot Peterson Butte were dinner , home of Miss Alverta Noble, guests Sunday at the Roy Leigh- " Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lardon were Crawf OrdsVllle 'business visitors in Portland Sat-I Crawfordsville. The educa-urriay. I liunal meeting uf the Young Peo-Mrs. Laura Piatt is quite ill at ! Pie's society : of the Wesleyan her home of flu. i Methodist church was held Friday miss Mary Louise Noble of Cor- j night at the George Mitseh home, valhs spent the weekend at her icvoiionals were in charge of the ..a.eutat home.' ' - picidont, Lois . Mitsch. Several -The Kiverview Willing Wor.kcpecint - mtiy.leuP innnberS were garden club held' .tlieir fifth: rcg;Kven. ... "rnc 'atudj' ;of n -ncw book) ular monthly meeting Thursday i -Scriplural Way to Holiness" was ;p. m: at the school house. O. L. U'ai'tcd, under the leadership of I the hev. D. V, Fendall. Lantern Ground VeI and Ham, Vel Stew, lb Veal Roaat, lb. . . . , lb. Mutton RoasU, lb VERLE MILLER'S East Side Phone 527-J tree ju8t too baa. l said, d !"gh; CoHee regard- Delivery and lit;. Thomas Farlow werp "LSR "'""oay inuruing aner Deing absent from school four weeks be- " w&wx for appendicitis. Bob kshong and Norman 2!'CSUV wt"'e '" Swcct Home last Thursday evening to appear in an Albany high school band concert, , M'"' and Ml's- hcr Conscr went Portland last Sunday evening u spend a week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lotus Conser. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hilliker of nnmuuiw rtxn.- bul-sib ui me nuiiiu "r M?- nnd, Mrs; Frank Kizer last Sunday. Mrs. Hilliker and Mrs. Kizer are sisters. KiHhiyn Tiuax and Alice White-- side returned to their work at the IVl Lll 1 1 1111 1 1 it 1 1 V-lJlllll llUdjJUUl III lliittland last Monday evening af- ,f.,l.,,..nrlin.j several days at their homes. , Mrs. Rockey Conser and Mrs. A. D. Gregory drove to North Albany last Thursday evening to attend the shower given at the home of Ir. and Mrs. George Olson for Vurs. Kenneth Pettibonc, a recent 'bride. I 10 a. ni., 2 p., in. o sole idea Please delivery. sole idea ol improv- phone or 3 bsrs i 5c o m pso n's Se ed 1 ess t 25c 1 lb. bag 23c Lai'e pkg. 3 lbs. 59c 2 cans 25c 25c 3 b10C New ,.2 bunches 9C each :5c iiim-i- imiiimi, h,MNiiiiiW''ii:"al X l "Get HU ... boUeve it. he J? callV e same a8 V W U ea ahead in flavor. roee was nulefl a Simmons Bedding WeeEt find out instead ol just thinking I a)4 I) , J if 1 , J' f " ' .11 .IW I "IHI 'Willi I il l ITU III II if i 3C Many sty es of beautiful vnd open to o o O ' '" At Fragers i're rig"- yoUl I Mattresses and Spring's -. Deep. Soft, Luxurious Stutlio Couclicis that servo a (totutie. Deuiai nigni,-. as a. .comfortable.; sofa during the . day LACKEY'S GROCERY and Mrs. George Ward, who have been seriously ill with flu. They are improving at present. A number of people have been suffering from flu, among whom are Mr. and Mrs. John smith, Aunt Belle Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Newell Hunter, Mrs. John Codicil and Mrs. Minerva Hendricks. All are improving at this time. Grandma Banta celebrated her 84th birthday Friday. Sunday guests at the Harold Sniith home weie Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rice and children of Hol-ley. . ... Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wigle went to Corvallis Friday to visit Mrs. Wiglc's mother, Mrs. Sarah Spurlln, who fell and broke her hip during the silver thaw. They report Mrs. Spurlin as improving as. much as could be expected, and she is suffering comparatively lit tle pain. She is in the Corvallis hospital, but it is hoped she wili soon be able to be moved to the nome of her son in Corvallis, Mr Spurlin is 70 years old. Herbert Banta is home from Wendling where he has been working for the past several months at the Booth-Kelly Lum ber company. Mrs. John Martin has - been spending several days with her sister-in-lavvNal Salem. J. A. Price of Corvallis spent Sunday at the home of Ins dau ghter, Mrs. Grace Dennis. A Bible study class will be held at the John Shultz home on Tues day evenings under the auspices of t he Adventist church of Brownsville. . . Rqy Robinett took J. Edminson to the doctor in Eugene Monday Mr. and Mrs. Sol Banta and family of Eugene have moved in to the Lilly house. Mr. Banla is working .at Ppllar camp. West Scio , West Scio. Mr. and Mis. Riley Miller of Salem and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Senz were Sunday dinner guests at the homo of Mr. and Mrs Allen Arnold and helped Mrs. Arnold celebrate her birthday. Mrs, Wilber Funk was at Albany last Saturday to visit the dentist. Mrs. J. L. Arnold accompanied Mrs. Clarence Lcffler of Scio to Albany on Monday where they spent the day with relatives. Raymond Arnold is recovering from the extraction of. an ulcerated wisdom tooth. . ' : Mr. and Mrs. Frank Senz are driving a new car. - ' Mrs. Gorden Berrell of Salem spent last Friday here at the home HERE ARE THE REAL FACTS ABOUT BRAH Brought Out by Tests with Kellogg's All-Bran Some years ago, thsre was considerable difference offonjnion regarding the use of branioo to discover the actual facts of the case, Jhe Kellogg' Company asked wHa series of laboratory tests at reading universities. Experimental studies on a group of healthy women showed that the continued ubb of bran was tbmjr oughly satisfactory. Unlikeljfj thartics, it did not lose its effect. Other Independent tests on men indicated that, with certain people, the "bulk" in bran was more effective than that found in fruits and vegetables. . Laboratory analysis proved that Kcllogg's Aix-Bkan supplied vitamin B and iron as well as plenty of bulk. This "bulk" in All-Bran is gentle in action. It absorbs a great deal ninoisture, and cleanses the inifesinal tract. All-Bran corrects constipation due to Insufficient "bulk." It is V natural way far better tl)an u ing pills and tabgts. Serve as a cereaT or use in cooking. Sold by all grocers. Made by Kellogg in Battle frock. . Q deaiikjieAt . " nights -'eir leader, neimnn nowiu, wen: pi cst iu, Mr. and Mrs. Mw'j Dinsmore nnd children and Mi. and Mrs. Abe Cooper drove lo Lebanon Sunday evening to attund church services. o". t jj.. Bn(i Mrs. Paul Dexterhoof and familv, who only recently m0ved into the Leonard Gilkey pl0perty, has left there and mov- ,,h ..,. 'I'nni.'cnt where he has Ifemployment. riminlfl Kilui.ii. - wKn has been i illK cu,b held its . sixth monthly ..lides illustrating the Book of Acts were shown by Grant Mitsch. i-, Kcynolds is home from Lebanon hospital following an op-eiatiou lor appendicitis. She is .ecovenng nicely. i..r. and Mrs. Hollis Kelley and William Kelley of Salem came Sunday morning to the Charles Kelley home, and took Mr. and Mrs. Kelley and Mrs. Sanders lo Cascadia, where the remainder of die clay was spent at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kedric Kelley. The occasion was inj honor (Of the birthday of Mrs. Charles" Kelley, und the I h st birthday of her Utile granddaughter, Vale Kelley. Ray and Lenwood Beyer, Louise Banta and Leslie Kelley spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and ivirs. iv-diic Kelley at Cascadia. William Phillips of Corvallis is 'isiwng at the home of Empire Leedom. . ii-s Wilma Kelley spent Monday in Portland. lvii-s. lioothy Nelson of Oak-.ide:;is spending a lew days at the home of her mother, Mrs. Ellen Follelt. iur. and Mrs. George Gabriel ic-ll Saturday of laot; week for White Salmon, Wash., where they nave employment. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Gosliey and daughter, Edna May, and Russell Hanson of Lebanon called at the Clarence Anderson home Sunday morning on their way to Kugeill'. An . and Mis. Lee Simmons and .ainiiy, whu have been living in .ne Lawrence Lilly home, .moved to Childers mill- last week.fiwtiere Mr. Simmons has employment. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Anderson and Carl Beyer were business callers ui Lebanon Saturday evening. Kinpne Leedom had a minor operation pei.'ormed on his hand. It is 'healing ni;'"ly. William Parker is recovering from a tere attack of flu. Mrs. Hal Miller left for her home inWrvallis Saturday. She has been helping care for her I brother and sister-in-law, Mr. .Spring Flowers Mnd Plants Arc especially delightful now, as evidenced by the choice variety we now have on display. Please come in and look them over. See Our Windows Friday Night at Albany's Spring Opening ' ' Albany Floral Co. 117 Brnadalhin St., Phone 737 Fresh PHONE 789 Fresh Fruit, MeAtS UTm Deliveries Dully 8 a. m., 10 a. m I ). in., 1 p. m. Vegetables Features for Friday. Saturday, Sunday, Monday, flrch 20, 21, 22, 23 Special Announceti$nt! New Delivery Time! Star-tint? immediately. '''our FOUrQrEE DELIVERIES D&LY ' Change restless, tossing for nignts ol sound sleep and you start life over again. 8u7 toils of comfort . . indeed Vill ue made .at make this cliaiiKf with the cffieieQ) ctislonier service. early for the first morninif make this chaiiKf with the the following tinies: 8 a. m., Toilet Soap Th Oxydol 0 Crisco Peaches ilJsslon iffand 21 cans The Famous Pull-Easy A new Simmons CiVdch with back to holq . pillows in place . . : one hand opens it to a double bed .... and A p. iff.") We IVORY Mod rum bars,'Ke bars, . . P.. & Giant size, C bars for for 22c 1 9c 25. OLEO Tropic Nut 2 lbs. 2Sc POST TOAST1ES 3 90 Pineapple Ju:ce (natural No. 2'i 25c 1 lb. pkg. i and 4 p. iff.) We wk our ali-ejuly brintr in or(le cans 1 o Sunbrite CLEANSER 14c can FREE! o 0 ASPARAGUS, Fresh and tender RADISHES and GREEN ONIONS CW7- Crackers CO. FURNITURE FRAGER Albany, C&RROTS, California 22c LETTUCE Solid h?ads, Oregon "Quality for Less (J

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