Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on March 19, 1936 · Page 11
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March 19, 1936

Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 11

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'PAGE FOUR THE .ALBANY DEMOCRAT-H ER ACD, " ACBANY, OREGON THURSDAY, MARCH 19,193 f C. 'are Lucile James and Velma Vi- spent the -weekend at the. E. Floods Surge Over Vast Area in East eEfelly to Simms home, coming espes see her mother, Mrs. M. Cooper. Ipond. Shirley Stockton is back in school. He reports that ttuJamily :is much better after an iylick of Fish Are Bitin 7 F.D.R. s Ready! tti TE, COMPLETE $EWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS .grippe. ; I Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hall attended to dance at the Catholic . church Tuesday evening in Lebanon. spent Saturday night at the home of her sister, Mrs. Gus Gunder-son in Plainview. Guests at the Frank Crosby home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. John Shepherd and son Daryl of Crabtree, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Houghton and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Edwards and son Bobby of Port- Q land. Mrs. S. E. Edwards, who has been with her daughter, Mrs. Crosby, for the last three months, accompanied the visitors back to Portland. I Mis. C. F. Snider returned home Thursday from Salem where she had been visiting relatives since Sunday. ' Miss Jeanette Snider, a student at Monmouth normal, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Snider. Austin Jones is spending this week with his father, D. W. Jones. Austin is employed at a CCC camp in the vicinity of LaGrande. F. E. Smith and daughter Edith of Lebanon were callers at the home of Mrs. Nora Smith Sunday afternoon. Sweet Home Sweet Home. The locjOdd Fellows and Rebekah lodfjlield a joint meeting and banquet in the recreation room at Dr. R. S. Lang-mack's residence, Saturday eve-nine. During the evening William J.. .WASHINGTON!? K -y i 'IV .WORFOLIyA A. Morand, grand secretary of the I. O. O. F. lodge from Portland, presented a silver cup to the Odd Fellows for the largest gain in membership during the past year. V, S. VWILMINOTOH, N.C. SPRINGS SlHaflLstoiSC The cup will be retained by thei local order until the next contest. Ruth McMaster. of Roseburg gavel two readings. "The Wedding," and ' I "The Waltz." Seventy-five werej 1 i . . I. , 4 T-l, JACKSONVILLE WINTER WkS: ocean '. " ' ' 1 ' fGWT BAHAMA I, Head COLDS i present ai ine uttuqutn . mcic were vjsitors from Portland, Albany, Lebanon, Crawfordsville and : Brownsville. Funeral services for Mrs. Florence Feigum were held at the i Evangelical church Sunday after-! noon at 2 o'clock, conducted by the pastor, Rev. John Rittermeyer. A i quartet, Asa Smith, Gordon Cor-' ner, Everett Daughcrty and Russell Alexander sang. Interment ,'IOHS I Put Mentholatum Inll 'the riostriU.lt quickly V f relieves stuffiness and restores comfort. IS ( , As swollen rivers carried destruction across Ken England. New York, and Pennsylvania, aundreds Bed for their lives, as damage mounted Into millions. This scene Is typical In the near-record rise ol streams to the vast area. With flood waters surging over the Trenton. N. J.-Vardley. Pa highway and adjacent lands, the fisherman's shack shown in the picture wus tied to trees lo pievct it truui floating away. . was at the Ames cemetery. Pallbearers were Emil Bellstrom, Jack Stevens. Harry Walker, Peter Akse, Thomas Walker, and J. F. McGlothcrn. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Rice and daughter, Lila Mae were weekend CAf?TRfilAIf dSBA C Riverside :, Riverside. Mrs. Will Caldwell and .Mrs. Martin Schultz entertained the Thursday club at the Caldwell home last week with an attendance of 27 women and four childrfis Jftesent. "Helpful Household rwnflr were given In answer to roll call. In a guessing contest Mrs. Harry Cheesman won first prize and Mrs. William Stell-machor and Mrs. Jack Cheesman consolation prizes. St. Patrick's motifs were used In the decorations and in the refreshmeW, that were -served at the close of the meeting. Mrs. R. A.-March of De-ver, Mrs. . John . Bradsha w and Mrs.1 A. L.' Bates were Invited guests. . Mrs.fyrouch and' Mrs. Oourley will entertain the club in two weeks at the hall and the "Odd" side will furnish the refreshments. Mrs. Green Hastings was presented with a lovely birthday cake in honor of her birthday the following day. J.Dent Stewart and Frank and John Bryant attended the Santiam Fish and Game Association dinner at the Hotel Lebanon on Tuesday night. ' . ' , -Dinner guests at the Frank Bryant home on Sunday were Mrs. Paul Thunemann and sons, Robert And Paul and Laura Bryant from Eugene,; 'Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Knotts and son Dick, Dr. Olive K. Beers -and Miss Maude Bryant from Albany and Mr. andajMrs. Wrd Davis from Portland. "ill.' A.- Swink received word of the, death of an uncle, Mr. Hester .at' Tillamook on Monday. They attended the funeral at Gates on Tufeday afternoon. " airs. William Stcllmachcr was a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mil. Dallas near Corvallis on Sunday, parents of Bliss Dallass of this neighborhood. - , Louise Schlegcl Is again 111 with flit : mumps, havinV gone through onii-' seige when the rest of the ttnilly hajl them. Mr. and Mrs, James Caldwell aoa sen Gale were dinner guests ft (he home of Sr. and Mrs. Lawrence Edholm in Albany last Sunday. ; Gladys Schultz spent the weekend at her home hero and accompanied Mr and Mrs. .Ward Davis as far as Salem on Sunday evening.' '. , , ' Mrs.. John Bryant attended a meeting of the Neos Numphe club in Salem on Tuesday. The Calamette group will meet at the hall next Saturday March 2J. A covered dish suoer will be served before the meeting. On Friday afternoon Mrs. Hastings-was surprised by a number of neighborhood women wlB they brought refreshments and" spent the afternoon with her in honor of her birthday. A birthday cake and gifts from the visitors wci1) pre guests of his sister,. Mrs. Ulauae the family home with a severe at-" tack of pneumonia following flu. If you prefer nose drops, or throat spray, call for the MEW MEMTHOLATUM LIQUID In handy bottle with dropper Washburn nnd family at Portland. fun were applied to the fund for that she will present her pupils in the purchase of new song books, piano at a public recital the eve-j More than 50 people attended. ning of March 27. Mrs. A. H. Parrish announces 1 Mrs. Esther Hohl of Medford Pearle - Walberg oi . uver-i district was a Monday dinner guest at the home of Mrs. Clara Daughcrty, and later! attended the national guard meet-' ing at Lebanon. Mr. and Mrs. John McFarland have a 7 pound baby girl, bora:: r Sadavilla Sodavillc. Four reels of motion pictures were shown by Floyd C. Mullen at the community meeting Friday night. The community orchestra played three numbers and Catherine Crabtree gave a reading, " 'Taint Nothing to Laugh at as I Can See" by Edgar A. Guest. The subjects of the pictures were "Bananas," "Mexico," "Fighting Forest Fires" and "Horses." A home talent play will be the feature of the April meeting. 'Sixteen signers for a Townsend club ware secured at the meeting for thCpurpose of organizing held at the spring hall Saturday night. A temporary organization was accomplished with officers as follows: presadent, C. DeGroot; vice-president, Mrs. Henry Robson; secretary, W. J. Whisnant; treasurer, Florida tuul Hitlianii: MhIiIiir wtitirn, promising thrills wltl! rod nnd fine nnd a respite from While Mouse carus, nKiiln lui'o President Honnevelt sonihwiii'd.' The Vleluiis burrncmlii, like (ho xg)''-l-nien In the top photn, Ik the prize on which F. L; H.-'h licui't 1h vet as he prupiu'es to enilmrk from Jucksonvllle, ln:,- on the presidential yacht l'olomao, lower photo, for his spring vacation. .Tlio' map sl-.nws U)h president ' tentativo route, Inclutllng a lop at "Th Little while House" In Warm Springs, (ia., and a hrlof atop In Winter Park, Flu., to receive an honorary ileal ee from, Jtol-! Una C'elli!0. Sunday morning, March 15. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Splawn of Holley are the parents of a 6 pound son, born Monday, March 16. Earl Wodtli and Eleanor Wick-ersham of Portland attended the funeral services of his aunt, Mrs. Olo Feigum, at Sweet Home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.. T. M. Jones of Maupin, Ore., are guests of their daughter, Mrs. W. A. Short this week, . j ' Dr. Spcets of. Camp Hemlock, Fir Grove . Grove. Tlio infant send club at the regular meeting Monday night. i ii.. t v ir..l...l... .. of Fit- Wash., has been appointed as resi in Albany Tuesday, taking dinner Ml'- nnd Mls- Aaron Ingram is very , ricnt physician at Camp Cascading O. L. Leach. A meeting is to be" with Mr. and Mrs. A. Rimer. They I ill with pneumonia.. His parents in place or Dr. u. a. Langmack, were accompanied from Scio by haveaken him to Lebanon to be who resigned last week Mrs. Eugene Ellis and small son. held Friday evening to effect a permanent organization. About 25 attended the meeting, including visitors from Lebanon and Albany. A fish pond proved the main feature of entertainment af the Christian Endeavor social at the Larry Gene, returned to their home at Cascadia from the Lebanon hospital Sunday afternoon. Ruth McMaster returned to her work at tlltS Roseburg Conserva Joseph Jelinek, ZCO.T organizer, ' near a irhysician while he is sick, who proceeded to Portland to work i Lee Nash is working for N. P. after spending some time in the Vipond on the R. Hudkin's farm. Scio area in the interest of the The county rock crusher has Czech order. started at the top of the hill. Local T. J. Munlters of Portland and men arc working at the crusher, his son-in-law. Dr. J. F. Hosch, of The roads are being greatly im- J. J. Coyle home Thursday eve- tory Sundny.x following a several Mr. Ining. The leap year idea was car- days visit with her parents, llnnH wnrn n Kn n Mnnrinv ntl 1 i" "vvti m linn i-uiuiuuii 1 1 v . tho and Mrs. John McMaster. ried out in the refreshments. hiieino. nnJ cnllinu nil relatives! J. M. UliU'S lind family Of and old-time; friends. . . I iJiKeview neignoornooa visiioa Unirl Cl,.,llr, f C.lo.T, iJliicil """S""-'. r.llllU lllglHIII, i Mrs. Sherwood of the Pleasant j Lunch for two was put up in paper Valley district, is spending a few I sacks containing the name of a ' weeks with friends in California. Iboy and sold to the girls for 5c Arthur Ehlert is q uitc sick at each. Proceeds from the evening's Monday Jjjpslfe M) (Uwa N iliMm MLtiL aBBBBBBaBBBBBBBaal ing in Scio with his father. Roy Among those suffering with flu Shclton, during spring vacation of 4he Salem, schools. I Not just in the Sunny South- sented to the nonor guest. A committee meeting was held at the Bliss Dallas home last Wednesday night to plan for the next community meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Brnd-haw and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert tflntth are planning a home tulent program. ' o ' Scio. Measles threatening . to reach epidemic proportions are jrBrevalcnt in the Scio vicinity. Twelve cases were reported in the high school Monday, and a number in the grades arc listed. Mrs. Fred Roadarmel is home from Albany, where she underwent a major operation four weeks ago. ' Frank Shclton visited Scio relatives and friends Tuesday, having recently returned from Camas, Wash., where he spent the greater part of the winter with relatives. Joe Withers and daughter, Botly, spent the weekend with relatives in MtMinnville. Jim Mnlncy and family attended the funeral In Albany Monday of Mrs. Adolf Kraynukf un nnut of Mrs. Matney. Bert Bilyeu of Jrtalnma, Wash.. Is visiting with ScuPrelaiives. He is a brother of Ott Bilyeu of Scio. Junior Hixson of Eugene Is spending spring vacation in Scio at the Merle Cyrus home. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hixson, formeWy lived in Scio. Mrs. JjjR. Kelfer (Lottie Lan-din) ofSalem visited Sunday at the F .T. Bilyeu home. James Parker arrived Monday from Centrnlia, Wash., where he spent the winter with relatives. He He Plans to return this week to will be in the Scio vicinity tor sev- his ranch near Happy Camp, Cal. Mrs. Fred Jones is to entertain f ral weeks. Preliminary work looking lo the local Bridge club at her home Friday afternoon of this week ; .Mr. and Mrs. Mylo Hartu attended an Eastern Star matrons' stui'ting a 15-aere orchard of walnuts nnd filberts was begun this week on the Dr. J. F. Hosch farm Immediately north of Scio. Dr. Hnseh also will have a care-tnker's cottaue erected in the near future. and patrons' meeting in Inrtepcnd chce o few days ago. CopyrlCbt 1934, Thi American Toliicoo Comptny n c F. M. Sexton, grandmaster of Oregon Odd Fellowship, is expected here from The Dalles Friday Special rM vices at the Baptist church are' to open at 8 o'clock Monday nighl. March 23, and con night for an official visit to the local lodae, u tinue through the week, according to the Rev. V. L. Loucks. local pas A LIGHT SMOKE OF RICH, RIPE-BODIED TOBACCO . Caroline FlanaKan resumed school work Monday following M tor. The Rev. lleliry Turnidge, former Washington friend of the Itev. Loucks and an experienced recent tonsillectomy irrun Albany hospital. . The Rev. E. E. Coulter of Forest Grove addressed the Scio Town- J-L-ll . --. - - . American Union Sunday school worker, will participate in the service, to which the public is invUrrl. George L. Sutht'tfiind cejebi.Wd liiM 8i)Ui birthday at the f9m two miles south of Scio March 15. ul- chillife Ljhough the natal date fell on ki-Vlay. the Uth. Sixteen relaliv Luckics are less oeiJ. For hundreds of years, tobaccos were selected and gradations in flavor secured by the roughest sort of rule of Ihumb methods. Hence, one of the most important innovations made by the Research Department was provision for chemical analysis of selected tobacco samples before purchase: the resulting re ports offer the professional buyer an accurate guide and reinforce his expert judgment based on the senses of sight, smell, : and touch. Thus extreme variations towafd acidity or alkalinity arc precluded by such selection and subsequent blending. l.uekies-A LJGHT SMOKE-of rich, : ripe-bodied tobacco! -' . at . mm- "V gathered for fye occasion, the biithda-. cuke Dcing baked by the duugh'A. Mrs. E. P. Cnldwell.. of Scio. Flowers for the center piece were sent by Mr. Sutherland's sister, Mrs. Aimiei'rafo) who has been 111 in AltKinvA?! a year. Mr. Sutherland received nvmy cards 'O m'ar Scio lite to date in nnd K'fts.Q was I nnd has spTnt his bul even in the Snowy North-tliousstfuds today are mixing drinks 'as delicioQs as the famous Dixie highballs jid juleps. The get Scheniey's MA MORE :' 1 1 Luckies artless acid this immediate vicinity, having followed school teaching, prcach-ing. merchandising and farming. ; o.. 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