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Albany, Oregon
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Friday, March 20, 1936
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'Jr. O Cso, ) ' FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1936 THE ALBANY -DEMOCRAT-HERALD," 'ACBRNY.'OREGON r PAGE THREES'"' ed business name recorded with Doris Anderson, Veva .Couey, Hoine Weeps at Husband's Bier or two waiting for wounds earned in an auto accident a few days ago to heal. While on his way CHURCHES Elniijg-OgSe went to AllWiy Sat-gJ:e fc'KBty clerk by the local hard-urdayTu take part in a district , ware SV.Qjarm implement store Hne economics club meeting and 1 operating under that name here, iation. Tuesday night Hrttrgaret I liglas and Veva Couey Wk part! ADMINISTRATORS NAMED in a radio broadcast of the Home ! Mary Pie'.rok left an estate val-Economics club over station KOAC uca" ' $3600, including $3000 in at Corvallis. ! real and $600 in personal property. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Haight have; aciding to the petition of two of Cox, Dale Harrison Ellen Ford, Charmay Farrell and Jack Farrell. Jr. A beautiful birthday cake with candles was a present from Dale Harrison. Aftor a dinner served by Mi's. Jack Farrell the young folks enjoyvd the afternoon in games. Patricia received marty- presents and best wishes of all her friends. The monthly luncheon of the Benefit clb was held at the jt af- . church pairrtrs Wednesday with !, Dan Sturgis. Walter jSturgis. Roy Sylvester and Everett erett I Smith as hostesses. Twenty six present included five visitors, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sommciville Alma Phillips, Mrs. Mollie Wil-iof Noli visilQ here with relatives liams, Mrs. O. Faulkner, Mrs. U. the first of the week. Shrodc and Mrs. Veatch. The town council rtid the may- Mrs. Nat McKinney visited her or were treated to ir-'focd" Wed-hikband at the hospital in. Salem nesday night by the fire depart-riVtntly and reports his condition ! ment. The meeting was held at to be unimproved. the city hall. Sundav dinner guests of Mr. and I A student council meeting of the St 15 ! to Hoseburg he was caught in a wreck and his shoulder badly sprained. The Townscnd club held a box social Monday night. Twelve boxes were sold at public auction, bringing good prices on the average. The speaker failed to arrive, and a visitor from Alb.jrfii' was prevailed on to give a txjt. A Uc xigram of music was Jjirnismid ff local talent. U v 'high school has authorized the school to buy new balls and bats :ior both the boys and girls teams. Gene Clark, the boys' coach, has obtained the equipment for the boys, and Miss Marie Lane, girls' coach, will get supplies for the girls this week. . The 'seniors in the local high school have chosen pink and ivory for their class cokSs for this year.' The flower is a rosebud and their motto "Keep Climb ing." They have ordered their j graduation announcements., j Walls Wells. John Loy was injured lust week, when he was thrown from the second floor of the Valley Mills planing plant, after his hand caught in a bell pulley. He received a broken nose and several fbroken ribs a well as other minor Injuries. Loy has been recuperating at the Corvallis' general hos-pistal where he was taken following the accident. P. A. Carter of the Palestine neighborhood has been seriously ill for the past few weeks with double pneumonia. He is reported us improving satisfactorily at present. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lurscn spent Saturday in Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Williamson have returned to their home here from Ashland. Wesley Kester is driving a new car. The Misses Margaret Douglas, I i i Christian Science Society Sunday morning services at 11, Sbuject of lesson sermon, "Mat- tpr." Wednesday, 8 p. m. testimonial meetings. Sunday school for pupils up to thjwge of 20, 9:45 a. m. YKe reading room which is in the church building is open Wednesday and Friday from 2 to 4 ' p. m. Ail are welcome. Pentecostal Assefcblv of God 223 East-fccond St. Alan H. Banks. Pastor Friday, 7:30 p. m. Praise service. Mrs. Banks, will speak on "Dove's Eyes." 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. John Nelson, superintendent. You will enjoy studying the Word of God in this family school. 11 a. m. Worship service, "What think ye of Christ." 12:30 p. m. Luncheon. 2 p. m. Fellowship service, Pastor Berris A. Dodd, of Lebanon will speak. Brethren from the County Farm will be our guests for the morning and afternoon. 6:30 p. m. Children's sand table hour. Christ's Ambassadors. Adult hour of prayer at the home of J. H. Angstead, 2nd and Calapooia Sts. 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic service. Special music, and a gospel message on "The Theology of the Penitent Thief." Wednesday, 1 p. m. Prayer meeting. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Bible study. "The Believers Meeting.' triday, 7:30 p. prayer meeting. Praise and Grace Mennonite Church Fourth and Main Sts. W. R. Augsburger. Pastor 10 n m. Siinriav school. "Rpplf VP first fhp Kinurinm nf C.nH anri ils ' I I ! hir lns, Joseph and Lawrence, for appointment as joint admin istrators. The appointment was made yesterday by Probate Judge Barrett. Joseph Fisher, A. C. Van Nuys and George A. Smith were named appraisers. Wings of the Morning! Fly out of bed. ,r Answer that fragrant call "Schillinnnnng Coffeeee!!! commming uuup!!!" There are two good ways r to make coflre percolator and drip. . Eirher one is more delicious' if you use the Schilling Coffee specially prepared for it. Schillingi Coffee Two kinds , One for drip. One for percolator. moved to the Ralph Kester dairy farm at Suver. where will have employment. Mr. Billings, county agent at large, gave a short talk on 4-H club farm work at thrSVells school .Friday. SJ Mr. and Mrs. Nels Yenckcl spent Sunday evening at the Roy Barzecj .home at Mountain View. Mrs. Esten Carter is recovering ! from a serious illncssO''hicrQhas i kept her bed-fast for several days, due to poisoning from eating; canned food. Emma Lou Kester has been absent fn?.i school several days with poison oak. The Weber children have returned to school after an absence of nearly two weeks with the measles. WPA workers have installed two now out buildings at the Wells school during the past week. Mrs. C. C. Aldrige of Lebanon spent the past weekend with her daughter,' Mi's. E. P. Cartel'. . Work is expected to begin in lo cal hop yards by the first of April if the weather conditions do not interfere. Residents of Wells who were getting their mail on rural route two out of Monmouth, since the Wells postoffice was closed, are now on rural route one out of Corvallis. Margaret Douglas spent Thursday night with Nelda and Nadine Phelps at Corvallis. MUIJ.I.R ESTATE FILED Eva C. Muller. widow of Otto L. Muller, has been appointed administratrix of her late husband's estate, which, according to Jter petition, includes real property valued at $1350 and personal property worth $200, or $1550 In all. C. E. and E. B. Williamson and Wallace are named as appraisers. ASSUME BUSINESS NAME "Barrett Brothers" is the assum- ! Mrs. E. W. Bartruff were Mr. and I Mrs. Mi'Elhainv of Happy Home, t recent arrivals from Prossrr. Wash., and Mi-, and Mrs. J. W. Cox. , Mr. and Mrs. John Turnidge attended the funeral : of Thomas Stakley in Portland Monday. W. J. Turnjdgc of Scio and David Turn idge also were in attendance at the funeral of0 their uncle. Mr. StaRley was 88 years, old a Civil war veteran. They also visited Mrs. Esther McClain, nee Esther Turnidge, formerly, of Lebanon. The Baptist church members held services at the CCC camp Tuesday evening. Mrs. Alma Phillips, Miss Esther Hazcn, Dan Sturgis anrl Lloyd Hcnson furnished several songs. Harrisbunj ' Harrisburg Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Roiling of Woodburn were guests Sunday at the Robert Stroda home. They were residents of Harrisburg for several years. The Catholic ladies gave a St. Patrick's card party at the city hall Tuesday night. It was the last of the season. Mr. and Mrs. Gracke of Monroe took two, of the prizes and Robert Stroda of Harrisburg won another. J. W. Moore has been brought home from a Eugene hospital. Considering the length of time he has been sick he is getting along as well as could be expected. uonaici Starr is nome tor a wcck ; Mrs. Haruko braved death and was shot through the hand oy a machine gun when she vabily tried to save her husband. Admiral Saito. lord keeper of the privy seal, from assassination in the Toklo uprising .'.ie gave way to grief, however, at the Satto funeral, when this picture was taken. righteousness..." The summer lons- Leader, Carl Church, months are coming when men are , Wednesday, Thursday and Fn-prone to neglect "the assembling , da' evenings, March 25. 26 ana 27, of themselves, as the manner of,at eight o'clock Dr. M. E. Dunn, some is." Thus, "lest we forget," synodical superintendent, will rempmhpr tn ppV r.nH firsti A ! preach. The members and people of nnp-hnnrirpH nerppnt nttenrianre I during these months is our goal. A hearty welcome to both young and old. Mr. A. H. Boise, superintendent. 11 a. m. Morning worship. The message by the pastor will be on the theme "Prayer Who Can Pray So God Will Hear?" The choir will sing the anthem "Sweet , make the Best snowing tins weeK.-Hour of Player." I Bible school 9:45 a. m. Classes 6:30 p. m. The Christian Endea- ': fr every age. Earle Horning, su-vor societies will meet for an hour s perintendent. Mary Manors, plat-of discussion and worship. form superintendent. Everyone is 7:30 p. m. Evening worship. ' invited tp attend these study "The Gospel Messengers" will con- j classes. duct the preliminary exercises and ! Morning worship and commun-furnish special music. Message by j ion service 11 a. m. Special music the nnstnr "Th Christians Rein- Subject: "The Rewards of Faith.' THE NEW RANGE THAT WILL Llectrlfij Oft holding a convention at Corvallis on Thursday, March 26. beginning at 10 a. m. A good program is 'prepared, with Miss Bernice Cor- nelisen of South America, as the principal speaker. : Church of the Brethren Salem Road 1 n)t Pine lltr; Pastoi St. J. D. Millrrf Pastor 10 a. m. Sunday school. Mr. Standish, superintendent. Vou are welcome tn inin us in a of God's way of life. Join the happy throns and get joy yourself. 11 a. m. WjMship period. Theme: "Christian Patriotism." We all believe in patriotism. It is the slogan of all true citizens. Are you patriotic to Wur Lord. 7:30 p. m. Evening worship. Theme: "Who Crucified the Christ?" We are nearing the sad time of the crucifixion of our Lord, and this question naturally comes to our minds. Will you meet us at the houscQf prayer? '.. Church of God Fourth and Lyon Sts. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Mid-week prayer service Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Pastor, Rev. Irene Buckle. Willamette United Presbyterian Church, Oakville . E. J. Clark, Minister 10:30. Bible school. Mrs. Floyd Lamb, superintendent. ii. au, morning wuismp. southern, "Thou Wilt Keep Him in Perfect Peace," by the choir. Victor Yates, director. Sermon: "Born from Above." 7:30 p. m. P. Y. C. E. Subject, Consequences Of Great Decis- the community are urged to be 'present. Church of Christ Broadalbin and Fourth Sts. Virgil F. Halbig, Pastor Only four more Sundays in our 'Loyalty Campaign." Each class is striving for honors, w men one win The junior, intermediate, senior and young people's endeavors will meet at 6:30. A good representation is urged for each group. 7:30 p. m. Evening praise and worship service. Orchestra, directed bv Mr. Cleffman. Opening song service led by Linden Launer. Special vocal number. Subject: "Jesus Only" by the pastor. Wednesday. 7:30 p. m. Prayer service and devotional, also study class. Thursday, 7:30 p. m. Choir practice. We urge a good turnout, as we want to get started on the haster Cantata. April 12 is Easter. Plan to attend church every Lord's day, that your joy may be full. Baptist 'Church 9:45 a. m. Sabbath school. Classes for all ages. 11 a. m. Morning worship. Rev. W. C. Osgood of Bengal Oressa will speak both evening and morning. Subject: "Jesus' Measure of Great-nes-." Special musical number. 6:30 p. m. B. Y. P. U. Emma Marouett. leader. 7:30 d. m. Evening worship. Subject: "Life, as Jesus Chose to See It. Special music. Wednesday, Prayer meeting Rev. Oscood. leader. Thursday, Choir rehearsal. All members are urged to attend Friday. March 20. 8 p. m. Initiation of new B. Y. P. U. members and a party following. We are glad to announce that Easter Sunday we will have Rev. Junker,- who is to be our new pastor, with us. Let us increase our attendance now and be ready to welcome Rev. Junker. ' Iatorflenomlnational Church Fourth and Ferrv Sts. H. H. Hubbel. Pastor Sundav. March 22. will be the closing day for the four day mis sionary convention being hejij) aft the church with leading mission aries of the Christian and Mis sionary Alliance holding services each riight. Rev. A. Garrison or Mrs. Garrison will speak Friday and Saturday evenings and at two closing services Sunday, ftfs. J. D. Williams of Seattle, iaVoiTSl young people's evangelist, wmII Rive a ser mon Sundav evening. Mrs. Wil liams will hold services during all ot next week. Immanuel Lutheran Church R. Heins, Pastor Services will be held next Sun day at 11 a. m. Sundav school meets at 10 a. m Sunday school teachers will meet at 8 p. m. Tuesday for special meeting. Confirmation instruction Saturday at 5 p. m. No Saturdar school this week. The Walther League will not meet this evening, instead thri leaguers are invited to Corvalli for a fellowship meeting with the Corvallis leaguers next Sunday at 8 p. m.. March 22 Lenten services arPBvld every Wednesday during Lent. Subject Chest Colds !f ...Entreated vSthoWdosing" JW7 mericci of sermon next Wednesday is "The Centurion, an Illustration of the Power of the Cross." Crawfordsville Wesleyan Methodist Church D. V. Fendall, Pastor I Sunday school convenes at 10 in I charge of George Mitsch, superin- j tendent. Morning preaching service at 11. Teachings on the Way of Life.' Young peoples meeting at 7 in charge of Mrs. Fendall. Topic, ' "The Consequences of Great De-, cisions. Josh. 24-14, 1.-). ; Evening preaching service at 8. Prayer meeting on Wednesday evenings at 8. i Come and worship with us. I The Evangelical Church ! First and Pine Sts. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Os-j car Swander , superintendent.. Classes for children of all ages, in ' our various departments. j Preaching service at 11 a. m. ; Subject: "Going Through." j Senior, intermediate and junior C. E. societies will hold their services at the social hall at 6:30. Preaching service at 7:30. Subject: "What God Expects of Men." Wednesday evening: Prayer meeting ri 7:30, H. L. Stanton, class leader, Bible study in charge of pastor: choir practice, Miss Elizabeth Larson, director. Thursday evening: the district convention of the Young People's Christian Endeavor of the Salem district will be held in the Albanv Evangelical church and will be addressed bv Bishop E. W. Praetor-ius of Minneapolis, Minn., at 7:30 p. m, Fridaywill be the district meeting of the Women's Missionary society which will open at 10 a. m. and after the business session. Bishop Praetorius will give an address at 11 a. m. Dinner will be served at 12:15 and an afternoon session will be held at 2 p. tn. I'nited Presbyterian Church Fifth and Washinaton Sts. J. B. Patterson. Minister Bible school. 10 a. m. B. H. Phnris, superintendent. Morning worship. 11 a. m. Prof. Justin Miller, organist: Mrs. E. E. Chandler, choir director. Anthem. "Come Gracious Spirit." Sermon by the pastor. "Christ Also Waits." Young people's meetings, 6:30 p. m. in three departments. Evening service. 7:45 p. m. Young people's choir and anthem, "If Ye Love Me." (Simper) directed by Miss Blanche Cohen. Scr-mon.""Life in His Name." Mid-week service, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. for pray and Bible study. Choir rehearsal. 8:30 p. m; The church welcomes you. First Presbyterian Church M. M. Stocker. Minister Sunday school at 10 a. m. Classes for all ages. Adult classes taught by Dr. Lee, Dr. Breen and Mrs. Crichton. Morning worship at 11. 5rmon by the pastor. "Meditation on the Cross." The choir will sing, "Send Out Thy Light" (Gounod). The JuniiSNHi and Senior Hi societies areSrsked to. meet at 7:30 for the evening service tOfic. - hi 'M ; '! ! " j lr j M ; tj i rail - ;! , ii h 'I I If fc-Lssa' -V. j(?pi! I j. ! LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS Lacomb Lacomb. -In a recent trade. m,s. jda Benning of Brownsville became the owner and moved to the Jule McKinney farm in Salt Lake district. Mr. McKinney obtained a house and four lots in Brownsville where he will move in the fall. He and family are now located on the Lemz farm. Mrs. Perry Fitzwaler of Berlin returned Wednesday to her home after two weeks visit with Mrs. Fennie Cooper and family. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Spencer and family of Marion were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Hyder. Mr. and Mrs. George Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Justin Baldwin, Mrs. Richard Baldwin and their chil dren were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Rutherford of Salem. ; 1 Mrs. Doris Rossmussen was HosJ less to the Neighborly club at her home Thursday afternoon. Follow ing are the officers elected for the coming year: president. Mrs. Otto, Nagel; vice president. Mrs. Bculah Watt: secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Doris Rassmussen; with Mrs. Lu cille Ford assistant; reporter. Miss Edith Ford; committee on visiting sick. Mcsdames Edna Shrode, Evelyn Hazen and Helen O'Donnell. Mrs. E. C. Ayers will be hostess at the next meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Morgan and children of Albany, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Pyle, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Pyle and daughters were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Chastine. Complimenting Patricia Farrell on her fifteenth birthday, a group of her friends gave a surprise birthday dinner at her home Sun day. Those present were the honored guest. Patricia Farrell, Flor ence and Brulah Sylvester. Billie pint 5Q m tnvuBomeTCDAY LAS ANGELES Softest &ccommodtOant Finest meals Grfl Tavtre Coffee Shop Easy choirs, sleep-inspiring. bsH lonje (wis wtth luxurious fittings Unsurpossed servlte ond luxury ore youis at oronnqly low cost CLARK tionship to the State.1 Thursday, 7:30 p. m. Prayer service and studies in Isaiah. Read , Isaiah 13-27. 8:30 p. m. Choir rehearsal for special Easter program. First Methodist Episcopal Church i9:45 a. m. Church school. Classes for all ages. 11 a. m. Morning worship. Subject: "Children of God." 6:30 p. m. Epworth league. Both senior and junior chapters. 7:30 p. m. Evening service. This will be the second of our "Church Talent" programs, and will be under the direction of Mr. Deo Mcclain. A cordial welcome and a kindly greeting for all. On Friday evening (tonight) will be Asbury club. The Lebanon people are putting on the program. Bring the whole family and a full basket and enjoy the fun and the food and the fellowship. The Salem District Women's Foreign Missionary Society Is The Man Who Knows Whethr the Remedy You are takinj.for Headaches, Neuralgia or Rheumatism Pains i SAFE it Your Doctor. AsbHrm Don't (Entrust You? Ov?h or Your Family's Qjell-Being to Unnowf? IeparaticuAs BF.FORE you take any preparation you don't know all anntit, for the relief of headaches; or the pains of rheumatism, neuritis or neuralgia, ask your doctor what he thinks about it in comparison with Genuine Bayer AspirinO We say this because. 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