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Monday, March 23, 1936
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MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1936 THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-H ERALD, ALBANY, OREGON PAGE THREE Tx 7 T " .i- PrV - i G4-s--u T31-i-fir ' a short time with Mr. and Mrs. H. I communion service Sunday morn-' veling studio crawn by a It ters of the Pacific area, it Is at- 1 ClO 1J.CIU.ILS JWSl OLCH 1 icuij' ) LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY Miss Vivian Bennet of North Bonneville is a visitor in Lebanon at the home of friends. Miss Bennett, formerly lived in Lebanon '.-.! loco- motive-like auto, is everywhere attracting crowds. It has been an- nounced by officials that Albany is now included on the regular run of the unique i.aiu, ;iivutd-to inlnrmatujn i-L-.iL'ii.:it fi. atley, local' manager iu. liio HkJias been advised that his com- iXF!IfiHtinRHnnnS! ani attended the Lebanon high '.i!innimnvt;i3!(h0()1 she now attends the ste. T" nvenson. Wash school. Rrnwv-1U ' i H. K. Miller, who had his jaw ' 3 broken by a choker last Satur- Brownsville. Fred Weatherford day afternoon, is recovering at liSVlbany was a business Visitor i Hip I-ehnnnn hnsnital Thp arri- pany s Mobil products have been equipment for presenting a show. selected to lubricate and power the unit. Further appearance HURLEY'S OMITTED dates, to embrace local screen i Due to an error .in Saturday's tests, will soon be announced. paper, the name of Hurley's drug-"General purpose of this unique i store was omitted from the list M-G-M caravan," declares Saf - ley, "is to acquaint the public hursday afternoon in Browns- vine. . . ,t f . , u . , Glemi.Bown'. examiner of abdi cants lw driving licenses reported over -examinations wnue n Brownsvnle Monday. Mrs. A. H. Porter went to Portland last Monday where she is receiving medical treatments. Max Moore of Oregon City, i student at the University of Ore gon, spent his spring vacation m ; following from the Bible: "For . "th the inside story of the mo- Hurley s took the first prize r.b-, thmRs are for vour sakes, that tl0 P.let"re t industry. Every- bon in the drug store class.fica-Mrs. a),,,V, ..,-,,. ,ii,. n.,.i, where, in front of prominent thca- Uion. , le abundant giace might thiough - , j rj - T o ii . -r Mr uti& temfwer, to isms wssxr - d. Mars. Shel&urn Shelburn. Mr. and Mrs. Frank 'Peitrok of Annaheim, Cal., form- 4elHv nf near Kh'r&nm wprp hpre ' uiu mg uie sicKness aim neuin ui I Peitrok, of ?5unt Pleasant. I John Wolf is still low with pneumonia at his home. His broth- er, George and daughter of Yrekn, Cal., are here helping care for him. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Russell, son Jesse and daughter Gertrude Elizabeth of Tower Grove and Mr. T nitl'e hnmn Cnnrlnv Mrs. Mosier and son or Silver - ton visited with Mrs. Mosier's ,.i,. c,mii.. m.. orf m. c Herman Holm, Simci'nv. ' ' Alvin Holm spent last week with his erandmother. Mrs. Mosier. of Silverton. Donald Holm is improving nipplv frnm n rpcptit nttnpW nf pneumonia. J. L. Oglesbee, who works for the S. P. company, suffered a I stroke in his right cheek and is ; at his home near Shelburn. Ruth Moore of Albany visited Mrs. W. H. McLain Sunday. Charlie Bates, jr., Scio high sophomore, is home with an attack of measles. Mrs. J. J. Ransome attended the Woman's confederated club at I Aumsville Thursday. A. Shanks and Howard Trolling-er made a business trip to Klamath Falls last week with a truck. Special Services to Be Held ot Oakville Oakville. (Special) Dr. Dunn, synodical superintendent of missions, will arrive from Portland to conduct special meetings at the Willamette Memorial church, Oakville, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday evenings of this week. He will also fill the pulpit at the sons of Toledo o , . nd Mr nd M?s w HWvi&vt w. H. Wyman and son tivin were Sunday callers at W. H. Mc- , 1 j I ! i i ing following the Bible school hour which begins at 10:30, announces Rev. E. J. Clark, pastor. w.M.. x:, l. MOttet I OpiC tor L6SS0I1 OH SundoV "Matter," was the suhiect of the Lesson-Sermon in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, March 22. The Golden Text was "The fashion of this world passeth away," (ly-JTor. 7:31), Among We citations which com- inC UianKSglVing "' """l wc look n a he hings which are seen, but at the things which i are not Wn: ,lir the thi"Bs wllich ?.r? seenre things which temporal; but the are not seen are ' eternal" (11 Cor. 4:15, 18). j The Lesson-Sermon also includ- : ed the following correlative pas- ' sages from the Christian Science j textbook "Science and Health j with Key to the Scriptures," by . Mary Baker Eddy: "The fading j forms of matter, the mortal body ! and material earth, are the fleet- . ing concepts of the human mind. They have their day before the j permanent facts and their perfec- tion in Spirit appear. The crude ; creations of mortal thought must i finally give place to the glorious 1 forms which we sometimes behold in the camera of divine Mind, when the mental picture is spir- : itual and eternal. Mortals must look beyond fading, finite forms, if they would gain the true sense of tilings. Where shall the gaze rest but in the unsearchable realm of Mind?" (pp. 263t264.) ...... Movie Train Due To tay Visit Here Touring the west in search of new screen personalities, Metro-Gold wyn - Mayer's sensational voice-and-screen test unit, a tra- , oi many re- Brownsville with his grandparents. . her mother, Mrs. Murrav Shanks. Mr. and Mrs. Will Moore. i Mrs. Joel Mayer drove to Eu- Mrs. Guy Hood of Albany was in gene on Tuesday to visit with Brownsville last week attending to friends and to meet her daughter the renting of her propertjKto Le-jjbella. who returned to Lebanon roy Straley, who moved hiVfaiQjly with her to spend the spring va-From Halsey last week. cation. Miss Eva Elswlck. student at I Miss Fredolin Michels came to Oregon State . Normal, spent the , Lebanon from Portland the mid-spring vacation here with her par- j die of the week, and is at Xhe ents. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Elswick. I home of her parents at McDowell Miss Gladys Hedlund, student at Creek. Miss Michels has recently Oregon State college, spent her 1 completed a course in beauty cul-spring vacation at the heme of her I ture and expects to begin the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Hed-1 practice of the profession soon. lund Robert Evans of Brownsville Mrs. John Copley departed last i js at the Lebanon hospital where call-qfiSpring 'r you ire going for pleasure Of buine V JiZF Ynrte of Greyhound's frequent economical ' I "Vvfcl4 advannae of Greyhound's Irroui Whirfttr taktt - ana aeiiftntiui travel. er the tounuyjulc in all in . tprins beauty from ihe broid, iull-viiioncd Greyhound windowt, LOW MONEY-SAVING FARES TO ALL POINTS dent happened while Mr. Miller was working in the Lacomb sec tion with a caCV of men who are cutting timbe Mor Toney Burns. Mrs. G. W. McGuire is at the heme of her daughter, Mrs. Raymond Downing, where she is recovering from a minor operation, performed at the first of the week. Miss Clare Shanks spent the spring vacation at the .home of Was taKen lor a major opera- tion. C. B. Spencer, proprietor of the Spencer Cannery which began packing fruit last year, has made application to the city council for permission to construct a warehouse between. Third and Fouth streets adjacent to the cannery. Roy Evans and Sam Richards drove to Salem on Thursday afternoon. ;, - pnri Peoria. Florence Walbeck student of the Corvallis high school remained in town Tuesday , Her home cvciiius wnu iiiaiiu. economics club was heard in a program featuring songs and skits and a talk by their teacher over sta?n OAC. Will Dobrinin and son Johnnie were interested business callers in Eugene last Tuesday. , Daily Departures trading huge crowds. Already a number of personable and talent ed mm and women have been ; elected for future picture pro-J c -ms. b" means of this completely equipped studio for the -i.;. oi tuliuiig motion pictures. lie unit also contains a projec- tion room, housing all the latest of winners in the window judging contest at the Spring Opening. ,msm 3:50 p.m. 9:38 p.m. 11:02 a.m. 8:04 p.m. I'honc 145 OTTO KOOS :: Koscoc Ames Hardware West First St. Phone i.,, ZiaSffi&&&m)Milttt 3&kmP mil, mm nil itMM..wj "J t , work. Teams have been In the neias tor several aays ana a lew -"": .,,. u .-.,. " a lew "'ys longer a . larfce amount of seeding will be done. Mrs. (j. c fritz ot cugenc visit ed last week with her mother, Mrs. I. M. Tanton. J. J. Cramer was in Salem Wednesday on a business trip, return ing the same day. Royal Douglas came back Tues day from Portland, where ho had grange met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Robert Bilyeu. They spent the afternoon making dish towels for the children's home at Corvallis. J. F. Potter of Mill City visited with his cousins, Mrs. E. S. Plaits and Mrs. Cora Goodman, here Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. William Dunne of Walterville slopped here a short time ago to visil with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peterson, while on their way to California. - Mrs. L. D. Mais and daughters, Donna and Helen, are visitin g for J The destructive habits of "Captain. " aided and abetted by "Stormy," a Skye terrier cost Jeanette MacDonald. screen star, $547 In a Los Angeles court. Corinne Griffith, former screen star, sued Miss Mac-Donald, claiming the dogs damaged $1018.40 worth of furnishings in Miss Griffith's house.' A judge decided 547 was a more equitable figure "Captnih" is in the aoove photo with Miss MacDonald. r-J-'V-" (-? i Hi ..r 1 1 HT specting the school projects of one f his pupils. JSdwin Kreger. . Phyllis Nelson has been released! from quarantine at her home and returned to her school work Wed- I nesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence unmcs or Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moreland.i Eugene visited recently at the who have been quite ill with la1 home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. grippe, are much improved in!"rlmesv SBaircjanini IFaces David Bales was absent fromlhpnith Southbound 9:59 a.m. 11:48 a.m. 4:35 p.m. 5:48 p.m. 1 1:48 p.m. 1:57 a.m. Northbound 6:13 a.m. 7:05 a.m. 1:02 p.m. 3:05 p.m. 1:58 p.m. 6:48 p.m. 1:57 a.m. 9:05 a.m. 5:20 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m. DEl'OT 216 West Second St rEDEKAL Houima CT A'iM' vmtblmytiu Ut ouvi : a Ma ytag on unu'Mally viisy fiaytiwats. 216 Any Mmtag may be I Let school all last week with a cold. Mrs. T. C. Morgan and son, Rob-Elmer Lehn of Fayetteville was ort and Gloria Faith of Salem vis-a business caller in Peoria Tuesday ited at the home ot Mrs. Morgan's evening. sister. Mrs. Thomas Fallow Friday. CaE5CcimSa Miss Margaret Shaw teacher of Charles Alexander visited at the the Pine Grove school and Bruce Montgomery Mink farm near Tan-Harding of the Peoria school were I gent Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mils. Montgomery are raising sev-igone on a business errand, eral foxes by hand this spring.. I The two-year-old daughter of Mrs. Raymond Fisher and ' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kropf lost a fin-daughter Betty returned to their i ger a few days ago by getting it home in Salem Thursday evening j pinched off in a door jam. after spending several days at the r The ladies of the Lake Creek if,, i;"'0 don,;,,,, "'"'u. I Stu Vrauctsco Los Art gel es H , , Train fares are mighty low these days. And! be- , cause of many improvements in recent yeurs, ' these fares buy more comfort than ever before. Try the train next time for economy with great comfort. For a speedy trip with safety. One Way Roumitrip SAN FRANCISCO . $12.00 $19.50 LOS ANGELES.... $19.00 $29.15 SAN DIEGO $22.13 $33.65 These farea good in coaches or chair-cars on all our trains (air-conditioned on the Lauade). Also good, wiili small berth charge, in fine, improved Tourist Pullmans (air-conditioned on the Gtscade and the West Coast). Southern Pacific C. Ii. NOKES, Agent Telephone ."57 home of Mrs-. Thomas Fallow. Mrs. Clyde Steidel and son, Dickie, of Albany also visited at the Far-low home Thursday. Mrs. A. D. Gregory, Mrs. Gus Nygren and Mrs. Theron Russell attended a meeting of the North Albany Thimble club at the home of Mrs. George Olsen of North Albany Wednesday afternoon. , Harrisburg , . Harrisburg.The dry weather this month so far, less than half an inch of rain, is starting farm 283 ; The Maying Company - Manufacturers . Founded 1893 - Newton, Iowa , San Diego's 1916 Exposition High-Speed Living Taxes Digestion jYiunuay lor uiams raa wneie sire will make her home. Mr. Copley followed' Wedneesday with the household goods. . Mrs. Mary Acheson and daughter, Margaret, were guests of the Misses Margaret and Eleanor Dun-lap last week. Miss Margaret was spending her spring vacation from Oregon State college. Among the out-of-town relatives and friends attending the funeral of Connie White in this city Wednesday were Mrs. Alvan- Rices of Powell Butte, Mr.' and Mrs. Will H rf T ononitov lvT c . Slmn I n.,Mr rtonahtBi-' Mproprpf nf clan.-. r.,ih r-niia,.,,, r.r t Portland; Mart and Dora Bussard rf Alhanv Mi nnri Mrs. M. Wavne ctar,arri m MMinniiip- r and Mrs. Ralph Kleen of Stayton. Chester Brox has started con structing a building on Spauld'ing Avenue which he will utilize as a I radio repair shop and for other purposes connected with his business. Lieutenant Edgar Engcr and Mrs. Enger are visiting in Brownsville with Mr. Enger's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Enger. Lieutenant Enger has been transferred from Fort Benning. Georgia, to Vancouver Barracks. The Missionary society of the Baptist church met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mis. S. B. Sawyer to do White Cross work for the Baptist hospital at IlQ. Olo, Philippine Islands. Lebanon Lebanon The members of the Future Farmers of America who attended, the meeting at Amity last Saturday . as representatives from the Lebanon chapter, were very successful in the competitive events. ( . ,- Eleven students received., ribbons in the different events and placed second among the contesting schools. Those receiving awards were: Robert Porter, first in ripe work; Fred Tuma, fourth in leather work; Urban Shrode, fourth in grain judging; Ernest Tuma, third in seed grading; Burl Oakley, second in nail driving, Clarence Collins, fourth in soldering; Rolland Waters, second in harmonica playing; Burl Oakley, third in hog calling; Burl Talley second in story telling; Russell and Woodrow Morgan, third in horseshoe pitching. Schilling retains its delicate flavor ! (7 oi- all ozr.N DKSSI.UTS Toulil you like to know oiiie specii.1 application o I "fan cwd mi o ne J 111 U LLtrilVIL'lli; 111 OUUllli:! II Ulllll county teachers meeting held at Brownsville last Tuesday evening Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Walbeck were callers in Corvallis last Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shaw of Peoria accompanied members of the Free Methodist church of Albany to Cottage Grove last Tuesday to attend a Holiness meeting. Will Dobrinin was a business caller in Corvallis and Albany Friday. Millersburtr .Millersburg. The Millersburg Pinochle club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fisher Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kizer won the prizes. Mi', and Mrs. Clark Moreland invited the club members to meet at their home in two weeks. Mrs. James E. Arnold entertained the Wednesday Embroidery club at her home Wednesday afternoon. Fourteen club members and four visitors, Mrs. Charles Barta i nd daughter, Mrs. Hazel Pague, of Crabtree, and Mrs. Ray mond risner ana aaugnier tseuy, of Salem, were present. Mrs. Elias Truax won a contest prize. Mrs. A. B. Custar and Mrs. Houston assisted. In two weeks the club will meet at the home of Mrs. James E. Arnold with Mrs. Dale Arnold as hostess. Betty Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fisher of Salem, visited the Millersburg school Thursday. " Letha Gooch, eighth grade pupil of the Millersburg school, is confined to her home with a case of scarlet fever. She is reported to be getting along nicely. Jens Svinth, Smith-Hughes instructor of Albany high school, spent Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kreger, in- YOU ARE ptQorming. in this picture, many of the mi- O portant items of home man- agement. You are performing them without going to the expense of making visits to separated places ahout the city. You are conserving your utreugth. You will have useful hours left for other thii.gO) more about telephone wrvice of it to your home anil and Jelkkkapu Coavv ' Money r ESS'lSMS SmokinsCamelsfounitohave- S OLumiL 'JJMm a positive beneficial effect ( ' mm U8H HOUR-tired nerves tighten, PfMMmMVil I upon Diflestlon . . . A SENSATION! Henry IJjO often send us to the table in no AraxSCJJrT 1 aft Snowdon, 34, inter- . .. . ""WJ shape to enjoy food. Camels havd '.MifpffiP "P3 Our modern "cat-and-run" way of living is - colcgUte wrc,tlmg j gljLJ. 'he plcasaiiti-ITect, during and after &'f'W6J'L. ' T' hrd on digestion. Experiences with indigo- chnmpion.Snowdonsays: .; it ,Jfi W$'4 meals, ol aiding and promoting 1 I 'M, A WmSSWWf' l tion arc common! Hence unusual interest "It's my experience that 5 tetkfp&rK-, mm "if'n. f?-'-. Zgifyr J & .S IS LfKe"l attaches to the following fact: that smoking smoking Camels after MypmmfL, J.X mm Mtm IJ J Camels has been found to have a marked meals and between meals TGSZ', 'i WxptHS&Y' ' Jnil'L !Stifjt. hcneficial effect in aiding digestive action. aids digestion." tfl 4- .Xi'ismt ' tiiSSS ZL'S! m You'll find Camels milder too, packed with q , I" therlch enjoyment of choice tobaccos. "W' f !1 KCi,. "' : 4 ' Turn ,o Camels for digestion', sake... for jS&7 ', J ijMVMllv- V' 'hcP.tobefud.nCrl,c,, A '-SJLJ" ' hSX$m !tJf0 TL-V fKA CSJ OTIS BARTOW, in- .1 'ilMf ' USTER STOEFEN, former U.S. $ljrlZiiAl'' J&Hf ; ventorof 'h!"bathy. ;f,NVv. 1 f' f I Doubles Champion, says: WsES'l s1 ttXHt) I CI If sPhcrc" "Vs d,vl"8 ' .Vfc, iiil W nWW "Camels help food to digest PV,TV- JFl tjT I sJ V f WT (?.. 1 j tc"s condl"on-c- ii X 01 T!I easier. Eating odd hour all "$jrQi 'n-I :m tone in !.. .cami l caravan Sf, ., "v 4!;feCJ5Hl33 i AT J" YW-C ,Pf ': DIANE JAM! IFOIIISINO fil' 0rtATY7Mn W iSLt" snAi ilr. A CUM CRAY AND TUB . v f" Tv fe 1 I f 1 T M 1 N l&teJSsrAS Lf wy t.i.,..j-ti.i.,-.. ss&$ls&a4 ywvvilr , "CAMELS ARE A FAVORITE with us here," success comes through giving people the best. . '"'Ji-- ' fi AtVWVSt says Mr. Joe Moss, who presides over New The fact that Camel uses costlier tobaccos X ' 'i A ' "T'Tf York's Hollywood Restaurant (Wf). "I see and people prefer Camels shows that they ap-' ' jru " :8L ? tfH . r VSJjSSS Camels on lou of ublcs. We've found that predate the tame policy in other lines too." CiJm ' ' fcsi- ' - V ? .... . C cp . . . ... ... - ... - - jour particular iiee.l? JuM call us or drop aJine with your acl.lressive arcalViuf sefr ice. ( TiirtACiFic Tki.kphoe W Tel. 97 130 V&l&J (I j 2

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