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Albany, Oregon
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Tuesday, March 24, 1936
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o .'ALBANY r PAGE EIGHT THE D E M 0 C R "A T - H E R A L D, ATBARY'OREGOR- ' TUESDAY, MARCH 24 1936 'OUT OUR WAY" filling a vacancy created when Ernie Nevers, another former By WILLIAMS ed at the Clarence Evans dairy I community meeting at the school farm at Lake creek for the last I house last Friday evening Presi-month. I dent R. B. Paine presideiSver the UCLA OARSMEN BEAT BEAVERS DON'T ' business meeting session wo " THERE VOU ARE- FELLERS, YOUNG HEROES iK DON'T TWIMK.I V. APPRECIATE n BUT WE GOT TO topic "The Social Settlement." Tha i topic for worship and meditation j was "Road Makers and Road Menders." Mrs. Hover presided i during the business meeting. A j social meeting U be held Tues- day evening. March 31. Friends j will be invited to thme home of ! Mrs. Pearl Cummings. Miniature ' aprons and overalls with pockettiO ! to hold a penny for, each inch of IN DARING RESCUE KEEP turned the meeting over to Dr. I R. Fox of Eugene who announced the program of violin selections l;y M'ss Lowell three tap dancing numbers, and Dr. W. H. Dale of Eugene in an account of his tour in Europe last year. Refresh The ladies of the f.nke Oer-k- Busy club will hold a social afternoon this cming week at the home of Mrs. Warren Isom in honor of Mrs. Shirley Morse Kuehl of Eugene, a farmer member. The party will be a stork shower. - Miss Weltha iTraziers of Eugene spent some time Friday at OF FRIESJDTH OWLV CHANCE I EVEE WAD TO GET MY WAME AND IT QUIET IF MY FOLK"? EVER KNEW I NEARLY DROWKJDED, WUy THEY'D WOEBV TO DEATH L WOULD'N is re served by Mr. undhheir wait mmtii r i,i the Traziers farm near Lake i Mrs. Will Patapoff and Mr. ano Creek. Her father, James Traziers, j Mrs. Morris Mohoif. The presi-recently suffered a stroke of dent appointed the following per-paralysis. , a0ns to serve on the April ' corn- Archie Owens is returning to , mittee: Mr- and Mrs. Ray Hover, the chicken business in a big way i Mr. and Mrs. John McLaren and and with the assistance of his Mri Charles Weber .iTloS? SficU ZZll l George Schmidt entertain- on his farm near Lake creek. ea Hie rowejdeen Club y her Thov sn, ui-, j t nome last Wednesday anernoon. PITCHER IN TH' TOGO PAPER, AMD WE WAVE OOTTA KEEP IT DOC5 QUIET ii ' .IlE-' '.,.iiiV ' WW- z. - PAT. OFf. THE' NEAR GREAT refreshments at the meeting of the Thursditv club -at the hall this Week-.MS' Crouch and Mrs. Gour- i. j win iv me injsieaica. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bryant and uaugmcr aniriey ana uick JS.notts' Idiove to Waldport last Monday to I visit relatives. , Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ekstrand. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Ekstrand and Miss ( OA, I'VE BEEi FAMOUS 5EVECPIL I TIMES BUT IT'S ALLUj SUMPN TI4AT HAD DA 9 BE KEP' QUIET, LInE Tt-il'S N 1 1:"-: V 'ill'l JXl?.viiLl.irt-3 books. Miss Fern Rossman was a guest. Dame Fortune was with Lyle Holt Wednesday evpninir T.vln was sitting on his hievelp hold - ing Lowell Straley's bike while Lowell delivered some of his papers. As Leslie Falk started his car it caught the pedal of Lyle's bike and dragged it under his and car thus saving him injuries.1 Mrs. Muriel Kobins was tender- l" " "i'"! nramsuu; tiiit'i iiuuu wneu tiiv otiiuu weiiM Guild entertained the Missionary society of the Church of Christ at the home of Mrs. Vide Waw- 1 ; , K i .... A.??T,.n.., TV,.ir,ir, ill, Guests were Mrs. Ed Haverlanci, Mrs. John McLaren and Mrs. Andrew Dobrinin. The guests were asked to become members and they accepted. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. Russel Githens. Mr. and Mrs. J. H-. Bikman and son of Albany attended the Pine Grove community meeting Friday evening. Helen LaMar spent the weekend wiih her brother and sisler-m-iau, Mr. anu Airs. Dale Lamar, at bUverton. Slie. isiled in Albany cu route Satuiaay, Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Tibbetts and son, Oiliver, visued Sunday wun ivus. TtuOeus' btomer, nuy Mode, anu lauwiy wesi ut junction city. Mr. Pud Mrs. Charles Shaw and Maigaiei Snaw were business caiiets in AiOHiiy last Suturaay. Fred Hughes left for Detroit wnero he u, to v otK in the timber lor L,loyd riacucy wun a cater pillar, will McLaren, jr., will leave iuii;' in tue vciiy tu Vtuitv iiicit; also. l. C. Hughes was a business cauet in rt.uuiiy tabt Sulutuay. ttii-. ana iviia. iiea tiyivc'ter went to Suiein last Saturday to visit their uaubiilci, Etiii.ce, wiio is a paltent in ti,u tuoeiculosis nOLp.i.a. &ne is greatly improved alio tncy itioii out iti a riue Miue lueie. Mr. and Mrs. Geo-, go Githens visited bi icily with relatives last Weuiiesday en route from a trip to takt' tieaunenis. County Couimisf.oners Ren- ninger and Wanen were calleis .1. thls sect'u last wt'e ""pectin road construction. J- W' Lam-1' "as installed a meat .,. i., ..7.... i ...:n .. u "."'i' r..." ' " u." made many other improvements The Woman's Missionary society met at the home of Mrs. E. E. Hover lat Wednesday atternoon. Mrs. Waibeck conducted the de-I'niirn i rreeting and the study BE ALLOWED MO PLACE A REGULAR LIFE it Si fl - ' iHc"- " , ISJ6 QVNtA SERVICE. INC. T. M REG. U. 9. LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEA 11HY ' NEIGHBORHOODS Riverside i Riverside. Members of No. 10,' Grand Plan in grange,, were visitors l the regular meeting nf Oil amette grange Saturday night at the hall. A fine basket supper was served lifter which 'the visiting grange filled the chairs and g:ivi the fullowini! program: roll call resp6nded to with the miming and describing of a. prominent American: children's number by Keith Allan. Alan Campbell and Lin- Schoi,1; piuvl;.t, ..Th N;w Tcl(.y nhnne"' t.-iik hv t r-,i on now AAA: sineinc hv the urnn.m I th un Saturday. March bers of Cal.imi.iio nr.-mnr. u.iii f,-. nish the program and fill- the chairs at Morning Star Grange. I J he Hiverside school indoor baseball team played the North Alhtinv tpnni l4t Krifljiv u-ilh ii nst Friday with a " n i .. - , ... suuiij m v to j in nivor or me itnuV Imhih I i cnicken tnis time. Miss Velma Owens is working at the Hansen chicken hatchery west of Corvallis this spring. Everett E. Carey was elected lay delegate and Frank Starnes, reserve delegate to the annual conference of Methodish Episcopal churches in Corvallis in the spring. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Nelson of Portland spent some time here this week visiting Mrs. Nelson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seefelt, and other relatives. Ward Commons returned to his home here Thursday from Sacramento and San Francisco vfiiere he made a hurried trip driving a truck load of household goods for Mrs. Peterson of near Eugene. Mrs. Lclc Phillpot is "assisting with the nursing and household dities at the Wallace Springer home near Shedd. Mr. Springer is seriously ill with pneumonia. He is a brother of Mrs. Harry Commons of Halsey. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Norton are acnin in WnnHhnrn nccictino ,Mth the pare nf Mr Nnrinn'o mniimr who is seriously ill. Mrs. Rhoda Bond of Albany called on her cousin. Mrs. M. C. Bond Thursday and was luncheon guest of the B. M. Bond family. I Ruth Tuttle visited wiih her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. miuny st-veiai nays itiat with, one nas reiurnea lo her work in Albany. Martin Cummins'S 1s planning to leave for unknown parts, prob- .k- .11 , 2 . 10 leaEe n's Iarm this fall and take a year or more leave of absence in hopes of re- it 11 v vi uuniriittf i o:i ui. kuu Pori A large crowd was in Icona.- ' " it tlm pine Grovi I i uons r.kstrand were dinner guests car oaaiy damaging me Dicycie. ivirs. uonct tooit ner to Browns-fit the home of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lyle was thrown clear of bike ville in the afternoon. FOURTH-LENGTH Long Beach, Cal., March 24. A fast closing sprint gave the U. C. L. A. varsity Cjjpw a quarter-length victory over the Oregon State eight over the 2,000 meter Olympic games rowing course at Marine Stadium yesterday. The Bruins allowed the Orange crew to set the pace and were half a length behind as the Beavers passed the 1500 meter mark. Uncorking a furious sprint that carried their stroke to a 39 beat, the Bruins drew even when about 100 meters from the finish and then shot out to win by the length of on onr. The Bruins were clocked in 7:01.2 minutes and the Beavers a second more. The Beavers started fast and at the 500 meter mark re a few feet in the lead, working the margin up to half a length at the 100 meter mark and maintaining that advantage for the next 500 metrs. .Goacji Ben Wolhs and his crew composed of six sophomores, did better man ne expcciea mis emiy in the season and responded perfectly when Coxswain Joe Sanders raised the stroke in the final drive. A southwest wind kicked up the water and delayed the start for nearly 10 minutes. Oregon State rowed in the sheltered No. 4 lane next to the bank. CARDS DRILL AT SEATTLE WAITI m OLYMPIC TRIALS Seattle, March 24. While Unl fe opening 'of tPacmc Coast Olympic basketball trials tomorrow night, Stanford University's cage squad tan through a light workout today. Univernlty of Southern California's team was expected today and Oregon State's five was expected to delay arrival until tomorrow. The Trojans also will exercise lightly at the university pavilion. Washington plays U. S. C, and Oregon State meets the Cards tomorrow night, with the winners clashing in a play-off Thursday evening. The winner goes to New York for further eliminations. Officials who will conduct the trials were Ralph Colemnn, Cor- Vallis. Ore., Perry Mitchell, Rcn- ton, Wash.; Bobby Morris, and i Jimmy Mitchell, Seattle. Capacity crowds of 0500 persons i were expected. T HtgAi fr Prw Stanford University, Cal.. Mar. 24. Professional football Inter- ests will not pay Bobby Grayson $15,000 a year so he definitely will accept a job on Coach Claude E. (Tiny) ThornhiU's staff. In a long distance telephone conversation. Gravson. who is in 1 1 Portland, Ore., informed Thorn-' nin ne win join tne ataniora stait, McDowell's farM M(ttF EPij Bffli fZV.fl PINT UU"F fi I 1 j ' 1 ! j i ; btanford All America fullback, left his Job to take over .head coaching duties at LaKayclto university. Grayson said he had received professional football offers but the price was unsatisfactory. He said he will report at opening of spring practice April 2. Softball Meeting Is Postponed Again Meeting of the Softball league was postponed last night until later, in the season. ; According to President Joe Neu- man, not enough delegates were present at the attempted meeting in the city hall, and the meet has been cancelled until a later date when more interest Is evidenced Vancouver Victory Ties Playoff Series Vancouver, B. C, March 24. Eight thousand fans one of the largest crowded ever to witness a northwest league hockey game saw um Vancouver Lions even the title playoff series with a 0-4 win over the Seattle Seahawks here last night. Seattle won. 4-2. Knnrinv ninhl : with the third game srheduled for Seattle tomorrow night. BURNS BEATS C'OSTELI.O Portland, Ore., March 24. Bobby Burns defeated Dick Cos-tello two out of three falls in a wrestling match at the Labor Temple last night. Jack flagon, Chicago, polished off Abdul Khan; Otis Clingman and Thor Jensen drew, and Don Sugai, Salem, Ore., beat Bill Cazzcll. ftADONITZ HURLS SHUTOUT Stockton, Cal., March 24. Portland regulars refeated the vanni-gans 6 to 0 in a Beaver training camp game yesterday. Bill Radon- lls pitched the shutout. Catcher h'l ti Iplcand Outfieldc, Bongiovanni connected for three singles. Hlsocf Methodists Hy Annual Meet Halsey. (Special) The fourth quarterly conference of the Meth-udist church was held Saturday evening at the church with Dr. Louis Magin, district superintend- ent, in charge. Attendance at the morning and evening services In- creased for the year.-The Sunday v..ul luti'iuKum- miu i-iiiiiiiii.'iii were better. Missionary offerings n.ia oeen ueiier lor inc year. 1 ne official board extended a unani- "ious request lor the return ol Rev- W. A. Briggs tor another year. Officers elected for the new "if were as follows: trustees, H. C. Davis, Frank Starnes, J. 11. IVaiinice, Mrs. Carl Nichols, Miss Holt. li. M. Miller, C. H. Davidson, iD. H. Sturtevunt and A. J. Hill: 'f "" "'" '''' umc'- Mra- C"rl Nichols Miss fune ,Uiyl"',; stewards for district. "'v J- t-Nicewtiod, Mrs. Thomas '!,ckson' Mrs- Sidney J. Smith, ir.veiett Carey, A. J. Hill, Mrs. U'"s-V Wahl, W. L. Wells, and W tt. ru k C nunillees Finance' Frank iiaoiey, nun uonu. i nomas jiick- !son; benevolenec: Mrs- Ruby Stan- aisli, Mrs. W. L. Wells, Mrs. 11. M. Mlil..," i-i l!i,,,,o Hi .... Adah 'Taylor. Mr,. iWn S. Mr- iumi m... i u..: i i. recoids and memhrrslnp:' Mrs. hs- dler F. Bond, Mis. Ealle Holt. ll.irvrv CnmmniK- ivi-innil rMii. lions and pulpit supply: Geoige' Starr. Eles V. Bass, Ito.-XMe Sisk, !J. II. Vaimit-e, Sidney J- Smiih, Mrs. I Lu' v Conmo,is: music: Mrs. Louise Stralcy; choir dlreetor: Mis. Wilma Smith: auditing: Bait -m- ! ..i - i . i..-..n .. McWilliainn; nomin.iting roinmit-t.'t.: I'n'tiiye Smith, (.'laioueo Kviins, Mrs Frank S anies. Shoe Store jjki-1 Vovirt Vhp nf ,,n Pniitil2 i- fa!lern "regcin. for an in- Sy,mP ! ?ved T vfth u S0J.Urn for h s ht'altn- S," sF"m" fi?rt.e"J0 ,1 He plans to go in about two There Isn't Much Time Left Mrs. L. A. Swlnk entertained of the Santinm Fish and Game turned from Portland where she with a blrthdav parly nt her home clllb- A ''hunt snowfall was ex- sp,.nt two weeks visiting her son, on Sunday in honor of Mr. Swink's, Perieneed during the day. William Corcoran, and family, birthday and also that of their Margaret Jean Cunning and she arrived in time to assist daughter, Beverly. Mr. and Mrs. ' J" Cheesnum were given a cur- msins her daughter, Mrs. Dor-Avery Kwink and son, Hill v and nnw iwly at the hall last Tues- othy Leeper, who is confined to Mrs. Mattie Swink of McDowell day night by the young people of her ocd wilh art attack' of in-Creek were present beside the L. "u neighborhood to celebrate nuelua, A. Swink family. Iheir birthdays. Games were, .. . - . . vnn ,,, i; i nt.... i l,l:ivi.rt nnrinr Ihe direr-linn nf Mis Almt " ot the young people Hi , .. . passed out and will be collected that night. Refreshments are to be served. The congregation of the Methodist church, south, have received theO.ew songs books. ' .:. Cessodija Cascr.dia. Mrs. Speers of Denver, Colo., arrived at Camp Cas-eadia the last of the week and will visit two weeks with her husband, Dr. Speers, who is now resident camp physician. Mr. Frizell, resident forest ranger, entertained his two sons during their spring vacation from Oregon State and University of Oregon from Tuesday until Sunday. Mrs. Clara Ross of Albany was a ouest of her cousins. John Short, and family and Mrs. F. E. Sheek, a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrett and daughter. Carol, of Eugene spent the weekend at Cascadia. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Rice and daughter, Lila Mae, of Sweet Home were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. John Short and Mrs. F. E. Sheek called Sunday afternoon at the home of their bro- ither, Dr; W. A. Short, who is seri ously ill at his residence at Sweet Home. tiM cooo cm OPPfcl ESODC'i If you want to taste a perfect! dailightful"o1dfashioned"ussi"Old Delicious"Applt Brandy as a ba. It mokes a smoother, richer, mora Oellf) drink than whiskies at a higher price. That's because It's distilled from the tilc of sound, ripe Hood River opples foSiaaj (orlvor. em m Bwa . AtMUaBLI III MEft No. 41 3C FULL PINT 90 c No. S WC, PMLUXWiTT iy I'SI CHINESE IIIRBS WHIN OTI1EIS FAIL Charlie Cam Chinese HerlHj tenasdiNi arc non-poisonous, their hcclini; virtue has bevn tested hundreds of years in following chronic ailments. ' Fosn Throat, sinusitis, catarrh, ears, lungs, asthma, chronic cough, stomach, gall stones, colitis, constipQion, diabetes, kidnsys, bladder, heart, nerves, noural- (I zia, lheumatism, high blood pressure, gland, skin sores, male, female, children disorders S. B. Fong. 8 cars practice in I China. Herb Specialist, gives relief after ichors fail. 13S E. First Wl.. Alliliv. dt. Office Hours: Sunday and i) UVrinnifint' 11 a m tn 2 n m Btaux SlfiinTg) Titt) uives urayin I y r a lustroos. D "Yttwm Look'f) -thifa Adre( Now An Oil (&iO.50 rermancnt - (S) O OoJ WALKER'S Barber and Beauty Shop Shot shining in Connection 115 on 8L Phone (79R Tia - , r A in mi yttsBajyittJ rtK W Mr ' v e v i i ii n in ii an i S. . .sew Is. ) TO LET F.'H. A. MAKE THOSE DOLLARS GO FURTHER FOR YOU! Oaly 6 McCulehan drove to Iloskins on ,.,,, tut tiini iv, . i,i-c , ..... .vranrsci.iv uv see mis. LinrKs mother. Mrs. J. A. Surgeon. Mr. nnd M..s. Sureeon ninvl to Me- Minnville on Fridaj of last week. Mrs. Harry Cheesman enter- tained at a birthday dinner last I I ..i.i v i Jack and A'argaret Jean Canning ...i,., i,i..ii,j ,.. i... i. Besides the honor guests. Joyce Slellmacher. Orris Carnegie nnd the C hcesman fcmilv were nresi-nt. nir. ann ft'.!'S. I' lillin t.kslrnrifi or Ekstrand in Albany last Sunday, j College students enjoying the pring vacation nt their homes were Virginia Dickson, Helen and Laura Bryant and Henry Stewart. Doris Ekstrand entertained with party at her home last Tuesday night in honor of Dick Knotts of Haines. Alaska, inviting seventeen guests to her home to renew. friendships with the visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hamilton . ,, j , . . . . and small daughter, Nancy Joan. of Oakville and Glennroe Whit- "tv 1,1 ion.v were visitors ana dinner guests at the home of Mr. m,!i- iaiR on ounnay tn honor of the eighteenth birthday ol boiuse Clo' k. "1 lionise t-ll K. n,.,l Gt, IT,,,- ,nnxt Cnrlnm, nf , v,,, v,UUbT i LJnoer Soda with other members . - , 11, .....I. ....rl lw. ,.,..!. ..n.i .... .n Burrh and Mrs. Freerksnn and re- served at' a late hour. "' " "'"J. a,l "J Oren Freerkson spent part of sPri e spring vacniion ai me nome his brother. William Freerkson. ! Oren is working Tor his masters. degree in education at the Univor- eilv nf Di-iMiiin this vivn- A meeting of the "Sewing Com-1 nnniniie" -n hrlrt nt ihn liniwi nl Irene Wiberg Saturday afternoon. ! '-"''a Met utfhan, rranres Miller, ; uoromy biewari aim Joyce hteu- - nuiriiei wrn- im-M-iit ui-.siurs inn mg project ot me ciuo. George Van drVenter of Dover, a brother of Mrs. Herbert Smith 1 -ft recently for California. He was eiven a farewell party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gourlry bt- fo'e he lett. The. nvmthlv play party will lie held l the hall Saturday,-March OH,! KT.- 1 n.-lirt I macher and Mr. and Mrs. 'john 1 ii,,.,., ,.. i i y.n .u- mn,m lip,, in charcc mid the usual bakot simper i ...111 nl, r..nn n'nt.-..1- ( .Jovce Slellmacher is chairman of the Easter proer.-m to be held ..( um h.,u n- ' f Easter -Sunday. Each class is to furnish n number for the enter- taiumrnt. l I . il4l.rv Hal."-v. Mrs; Man.aret Sr.iiih aiui Birs. i.eorm' ;imun were joint ho'tees to ixteen em- bers of the ll.ilsev Sludv club and one pui-st Tlnnrday ntlernoon at the public library room. Miss l.ueile Shedd of Shedd conducted the lesson on China, assisted by , Mrs. George Starr, -Mrs. W. 11. Helidenu and Mrs. T. 1. Marks, The ladies decided to meet at the library next Wednesday to com- plete the tak of mending the . , j I I 'of , More Days Palo Alto nrriv d on Saturday to hostess ami the leader, Mrs. Wil-visil their parent'-', Mr. and Mrs. E. ham Freerkson. Joyce is assisting J. Ekstrand. of this neighborhood Mrs- Fvrkson in leading the sew- And then your opportunity will be pone to buy REFIUGERATORS, RANGES, VASIIIer, MACHINES. IRONERS and LINOLEUM throuffh the government's easy F. II. 4. Financing plan. COME IN NOW BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE. j Frager Furniture Co. 1st and Lyon Sis. The Home of NatioiaKy Advrrtined Shoes Nnrn O n win i InV thn roia Coleman winning the con- test for ronnles and Mrs Ne lie ..... i ....... - - Iim onrl Mrs. Nora Mnniin Iving for honors in the individual on-. test. Rlrs. Wilma Albertson and Mrs. Dawson had charge of the Wilma Albertson and games. Bonnie Rae Dawson enter- ed the room pulling a cleverly do- corated express wagon full "f rnrntpri pvnrnss wnffnn , . . , .. ... aainty gius io me nonorea gucsi. T.,1,. t nan Kno nr . . f'1,,,,.,,11 nf f'l,,- ot nn m'nH '-' ' ' " ' v.i. ,IJ"J-H a St. Patrick party at the church parlors Wednesday evening. Mi L . ,;,,,,. ,: -,-,. , . , . , "'"" f rV- .Z. a ... .. H-i?riini. Miller ;.. iM. ..J"??"0 TO otiiiiii .11111 unim; ivnne.i. "'V," ,mva'mPE, ,LleneP,Tuensd-,? tonsillectomy at tugene luesday j!!!!:,..,0''!!!!6 v.!nntinM0fr-nVcl.!i,f-,i John Bramwell plans to return to his home in railroad street soon after having spent the winter with his daughter. Mrs. Evfic Hover, out from Harrisburg. His granddaughter Mrs. Loroy Straley, and family have moved from his house to Brownsville to make their home. Guy Bramwell went to Brownsville with his daughter. The regular monthly meeting the Standard Bearers of the local Methodist Episcopal church was dispensed with Thursday "ening due to illness among the in' i'iti a u.iii tn:i, 101111111.-3. Mrs. Etta Taylor is ill in bed i with an attack of influcnra. I D- Taylor, to Eugene Thursday afternoon to consult an eye P"f. due to badly swollen !",d inflnmmed eye. The physcian lanced near the eve and Mr. Tay lor is still quite ill. Francis Leeper is now working in the losiKing business with others from Halsey near Brownsville. Leitthton Henderson and family of Kunene were halsey Visitors Wednesday evening, Clarence Bobbins of Thilomath has recently begun working at the clarence Evans dairy near Lake creek. O The Clarence Evans new house is rapidly taking form underlie direction of John Stokes, architect and contractor of Corvallis and a number of able workmen, Donald Bayne has been employ- Tom lrvin speaking: "Prince Albert is as mild as can be it l(gj all tlio tastiness of choice tolfA-cos." Right you are. Tom. r.(&. has the "bite" removed. Try it on this fair-and-square proKsition: Smoke 20 fragrant piprfult of I Prince Albert. If on Ann' t ftnJ i it the mellowest, tastiest pipe lo- bacco you ever smoked, return the pocket tineVith the rest of the totuf co in it to us at any lima within! month from this date, and we wdl refund full purchase price, plus postage. (Signed R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company Winston.Salem, North Carolina Prince Albert is the "makin's" for roll your-own smokers ay to roll, womlerful to takstr. ; "Quality for Less" RPPssvmnnttMM ol ile Fimotn Mivif Star I'ttt jut o and Mr. and Mrs. John Height of North Albany. They e-.-pect to spend n week visiting relatives. Mr. nnd M's. J unes Bryant of Fugene visit -d relatives over tliu wrel:r"d and on Sunda.V with Mr. aiid Mrs. Frank Bryant drove to Upper Soda lo visit Mr. nnd Mrs.' C. C. Bivant at their mouiilain I - Th "Cidd" .ide will Mrnish the VENETSMJ TODAY ONLY Ui MIXED... nomunce. WITH BUSINESS ...andhikbti!iines& wat to picK the k'.p7r Iromsit led liot suipfct.. no of Mhoni he loved! S3 k ith PRESTON FOSUR MARGARET CALLAHAN Q a. ain Mowbray c A n. Starts Tomorrow : A hi 'EM 1 ENDS L "'7 I v Are you smart.' Here's a puzzle that will tesPyoifP whs. The Scrambled Letters below, when properly rearranged, will sprll the name of Famous Movie Stir. few : (iret-i t jit!.. I icJnc 1 licttv. t'lrk t:l. "BROTHER, THOSE BIG TINS HOLD A LOT OF SMOKIM' " array , . . fairA r:ttok fashion points , . . and effort ably made you can walk r aSt ia them with no tiresome "biatkiiflt Come ace them . . . tell u costume it , . . and we'll ih-f juit the right style for Spring. I to 13; widths AAAAA tEL. 1'rfihjWv j-nu know the name, of mmt to inih y-'ur ii:cttt.i v we nifnum Ctlwlfftl. Sluilcv lciitphe. W-illjce jan ii irimr, i iivk ivweii. arnet a rill ?pH Tht.; craml.lrtl 1r?:irri - ramotu siovie tur Mhen i'-tv ate prr-inged. :irt itt.-hinic the lettm n the arrival oS ft l-3i AmrrirVs Smartest Walking 5 At A grand new in in." your you Sixes if vir ar.'iwffr rorrtvi, x wI reveive at orvt, A t PICTl tr iianiinu-a-i.i i.iC OIflf!imiIV t, hio a lixicr tht; i rrv'ril arf - uml; tee if vou rlfl f.rwrt i it mif. hOK I V-S SK11AX nr .-..I. 1. tan ukr i'4ti. IffiOl' fflT aaffD 1 ny l lv --- i aBaasV Winner ftets Ford V- VSdOl Cnsh : 4th. $100 La Csh ; akd) Duplicuttyizes cf 7t cv. r ' ' sTV ......... xutit hut, iou '(j iLV V Vip imwrr to ihc Mm if S ramll JY! DONT Itotlla Station DGIC Sasi Fraarlsre, I al. He Tbe Die Wlnncrim Pt'xie 2nd. in lsh fflrU $?00 in many other Uish IVJm. 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