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) - FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1936 THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD. ALBANY, OREGON ' PAGE THREE j2L thought to have injured the fall He's Ace Swiss Flag Thrower LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS KHURCHBl hale, who brought Mr. and Mrs. Lester Conser home from a week's vacation at the home of their son, Lotus Conser, in Portland. A large caterpillar bulldozer is being used to remove the knoll at Willamette Memorial park here. Mis. A. D. Gregory, president of the Albany high school Parent-Teacher association, spent last Friday in Corvallis attending school of instructions conference. Mrs. S. M. Steward of Sweet Home is spending this week visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Dale Arnold, and mily. A large number from this community attended the style show in Albany last Friday evening. and Wonders the Need Today." and family were dinner guests Sunday at the Glenn Large home near Brownsville. On Friday, April 3, a silveMea will be held at the Methodist cnurch. A special invitation is extended to all interested in missions. Mrs. Elbert Reed of Chile will speak. A display of South American Indian relics will be shown and South American music heard. A special Union service of the two churches will be held next Sunday morning at the United Presbyterian church. Rev. F. H. McMeekin will deliver the sermon "Good Athletics." which is dedi-"nted to the Athletic association of the Shedd high school. Special music Will be lurnished by the members of the Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Reed of Cor ject, "Ships That Pass in A-Night." Duet by Mrs. Matson awi Mis. Wilson. Wednesday, Prayer service. Thursday, 7:30 p. m. Choir practice. f Friday. 2:30 p. ra Ladies missionary meeting. The Jane Osgood circle will hold a covered dish birthday supper Tuesday night, the money to go for a gift for Rev. Osgood in his missionary work in India. Friday, 7:30 p. m., Clr practice. J. B. Patterson, Minister Bible school, 10 a. m. B. H. Pharis, superintendent. Last Sabbath of the church year. How many 100 per cent classes? Morning worship. 11a. m. Pipe organ selections, choir and solo. "How Beauti'l Upon the Mountains" (Harker) by Boyd Thrift. Sermon, "The Insistent Call of Jesus." Young people's societies, 8:50 p. m. including junior, intermediate anc older young people. Evening serece, 7:45 p. m. Young people's choir directed by Miss Blanche Cohen. Sermon, "He Came to His Own." Wednesday, April 1, annual congregational meeting and dinner beginning at 6:30 p. m. Reports of all organizations. The call to worship finds responsive souls. The church welcomes you. Grand Jury Called For Meeting Monday if! fell ill &i vallis were visitors at the Methodist parsonage Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nevin McCormick of Brownsville attended the United Presbyterian church Sunday and spent the rest of the day visiting relatives. Mrs. Harold Muller and children, Mai lene and Duane, of liaise v were dinner guests Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Githen's Mr. and Mrs. John Kaverick und son, Robert, of Salem spent Sunday visiting nt the Stanley Garwood and O. M. Thompson homes. Mrs. Nora Coates of Albany is spending several days here at her home. Eloise Hoist spent the weekend with her parents near Albany. Miller8burir Millersburg. A family gathering was held at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Dale Arnold Sunday. Those present included: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Canoy and children Grace and Albert, of Silverton, Mr. and- Kirs. R. N. Steward and daughter Shirley and Mrs. S. M. Steward, of Sweet Home, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Steward, of Crabtree, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Arnold and daughter Bonnie. Mrs. Lindsey Doty is spending several days visiting with relatives in Portland. She returned home with her brother, Virtis See- Shedd Shedd. The missionary society of the United Presbyteri: church was entertained lust Wednesday at the Brock home. At noon a covered dish diner was served. Mrs. Kate Croft led the devutionals. Several sungs were sung (or the pleasure ot Grandma Brock, who lias been an invalid for several onths. Gifts were exchanged by ;he llower sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Farmer are spending the week at their ranch wast ot Philomath. Mis- W. M. Beals, sr., Mrs. W. M. Beals, jr., and children, Grace, Junia Hue and Stewart, all ot Corvallis, were dinner guests Thursday at the E. H. Margasow home. Mr. and Mrs. George Gardner were "business visitors m Albany 1 uurscKiy. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Arnold left Saturday for Tillamook wheie l hey will reside. Mr. Arnold is to oe employed in a shinlge mill.- Mrs. Bertha Gould and children, Tearl and Lincoln, oi Jewell, Ore., spent the week end with Mrs-Gould's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. St. John. Mrs. Robert Gallcc and two sons of Salem visited hole lor several days with her inuiher, Mis. Nellie. Satchwell, and her sister, Mrs. Phil Merriman. Mr. und Mrs. Charles Troutman. Mr. and Mrs. Cutlibcrt Cuoper, and Air. and lviis. Will Spencer and ion, Junior, of Albany attended the party lust Saturday evening at Hie nauy i-oland turkey larm- Wallace bprcngui' i revol ted iceuvei ing. Hum an attack of pneumonia which has kept him ucd l iduen lor the last three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Thompson and Duns Margusun were siiop-pcis in Albany Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. -John Cox spent Fnuay and Saturday in Salem. Mis. L. A. Zimmerman was also a shopper in Salem Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Delbcrt Zander and lamily have moved to Seio where they will make their home, hit. z.ai.uer is eiuiJioyta by me Scio Milling Co. Dr. George Bishop of Salem, government veterinarian, is doing official work in this vieinuy this week. Loiiin Douglas, coach in the local high school, spent the weekend ai Oregon Cuy visiting wall his parents. Mrs. Ida Freerksun, Bob Work-inger und Mrs. Mac Powers of Eugene spent the week end in Portland. Elmer Whistler, who . arrived here recently liom Wyoming,, is working for Leroy Starnes. Virgil Garwood ulter his spring vacation here returned to Eugene Sunday to resume Ills studies at the University of Oregon. Raymond and Clifford Groves drove to Newport last Saturday to , spend the week-end at the beach. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cunningham ! drove to Roseburg last Wednesday ' to visit at the home of Mr. and I Mrs. Beaver. Mrs. Cunningham and Mrs. Beaver are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Groves visited with Mr. and Mrs. George An- : rierson in Albany last Wednesday jThey were on their way to Leba- Inon on a business trip. Visitors at the home of Mrs. Dolly Farlow Sunday were Robert Morgan, Lola, Lane and Jerry Griffith and Bud Bourgard, all of Salem. Keith Cunningham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cunningham, who for the past ten weeks has been visiting relatives in Idaho, returned to his home here Tuesday. Wells Wells Arrangements are being made between the Wells and Mountain View schools to hold the annual eighth grade graduation exercises together the last week in I Mnv. I Nels Yencl 1 has completed i clearing the ground of old lum- ber from the site frorii which he : recently moved the old Southern Pacific depot. While the weather has been cold nnd rainy following the recent warm spring spell, with snow and hail falling at different times dur-i ing the last few days, farmers are j optimistic. Grain is coming up and j the early sown clover seems to be j thriving satisfactorily. The frcez- ing spell during January was Your PORTLAND Headquarter Rates from $1 .25 up Garage Adjoining the center of Portland Make The Nortonia Hotel Anv Ahum li nn li.i-.elmM I. in knows what "Hugging a throw" means, Hut the Swiss, it seems, lovo "throwing it Hag." Mi. London, Willi a piirly of yodcli-rs. Finns ling. Switzerland's champion flnK-tllniwi-r, gives this exhibition of Ills skill, . hurting ulofl Ilia nutiou's banner. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. liarton or Verdure were visitors in Shedd Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lai ton recently moved from Corvallis to their farm near Verdure. The annual congregational din ner will be held in the Presbyiei-ian church Friday evening, March 27. Following the business meeting a social time will be held which will be in chaige of a group . of. young people trum Oregon Stale college. The Willamette Past Matrons' club, ha postponed until Friday, April 3, at wnich time the club will meet in the Masonic hall with Mrs. J. B. Cornell, Mrs. Charles Davis and Mrs. E. II. Murgason en-lertaining. Miss Vela Graf of Lancaster spent II ic week end witli her parents, Mr. und Mrs, Alex Graf. Mr- and Mrs.--Fred -Arnold -.of Orleans visited Saturday at the Charles Arnold home. ,.Mr. und Mrs. John Bass of Tangent were business visitors in this community Tucsday.- Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Margason ( IS In H E nj a. sl ' t Church of Christ 1 Fourth and Broadalbin Sts. Virgil F. Halbig, Pastor Only three more Sundays in our "Loyalty Campaign." All classes are striving to reach their quotas. Bible school at 9:45. Classes for every age. You will enjoy this study period. Earl Horning, superintendent. Mary Magers, platform superintendent. Bible school "Decision Day" will be Sunday a. m., April 5. Morning worship and communion service 11. Special vocal iRim-ber. Sermon: "Standing Beside Judas." At :S0 all C. E. societies will mett. A special invitation is given to all junior, intermediate, high and college groups. 7:30 p. m. Evening praise and worship service. Orchestra director, Mr. Cleffman. Choir numbers and vocals directed by Mr. Linden Launer. Sermon: "What Must One Do to Be Saved?" Where do wo find the answer? Whom should we ask? These are important questions. Monday evening at 6:30 covered dish dinner for all teachers, officers and personal workers. Wednesday night 7:30 prayer service and study class. Thursday night choir practice. Watch for Easter worship program April 12th. Attend every service. . . First Methodist Episcopal Church ;. Third and Ellsworth Sts. I Thomas D. Yarnes, Minister 9:45 a. m. Church school. Classes for all ages. 11 a. m. Morning worship. Subject: "Christ's Mission." 6:30 p. m. Epworth League, junior and senior chapters. 7:30 p. m. Evening worship. Subject: "Becoming Disciples of Christ." Good music and a cordial welcome at every service. On Mbnday evening the As-bury club is sponsoring a skating party at Lewisburg. Those who wish to go will meet at the church at 7 p. m. The Women's Foreign Missionary society will meet at the home of Miss Volena Smith, 820 W. 4th St., on Wednesday, April 1, at 2:30 p. m. Assistant hostesses are Mrs. C. H. Connett, and Mrs. E. E. Gilbert. Mrs. Deo McClain will present the program. A careful study of the Book of Revelation is being conducted at the prayer meeting on Thursday evenings at 7:30. All who are interested are invited to come. Crawfordsville Wesleyan Methodist Church D. V. Fendall, Pastor Sunday school at 10 in .charge of George Mitsch. superintendent. Morning Worship service at 11. Yoyng.,fe,ople'slVrneeting 7 p. m-, Evening service at 8. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8. The Missionary society will meet next Wednesday April 1 at the parsonage. .. : Shedd United Presbyterian Church F. H. McMeekin. Minister Sabbath school, 10 a. m. Mrs. Dora Dawson, assistant superintendent. Morning worship 11 a. m. Subject, "Paul, an Athlete." This service is dedicated to the Athletic Association of Sheed high. Special music. Union service. No Christian Endeavor as our chuich joins the Methodists in union service in evening. Christian Science Society Sunday morning services at 11. Subject of lesson sermon, "Reality." Wednesday, 8 p. m. testimonial meetings. Sunday school for pupils up to the age of 20, 9:45 a. m. - The reading room which is in the church building is open Wednesday and Friday Xrjm 2 -to 4 p. m. All are welcome. Pentecostal Assembly of God 225 East Second St. Alan H. Banks: Pastor Friday. 7:30 p. m. Praise service. Mrs. Banks will speak on, "Jesus Is Passing This Way." 9:45 a. m., Sunday chool. John Nelson, superintendent. Spend this hour profitably in studying the Word of God with us. II a. m. Worship service. The pastor will speak on "Spiritual Diet." 6:30 p. m. Children's sand table hour. Christ Ambassadors. Adult hour of prayer, at homo of J. H. Angstead, Second and Calapooia Sts. 0 7:30 p. m. EvangsJistic meeting, congregational singing and lively choruses, testimonies and a Gospel message. "The Man of Sorrows." Wednesday, J pi m. Prayer meet-ing. 7:30 p. m.. Bible study. "Signs (01DS KILLER WITH VAPOR FUMES Slop rtriini Lrfc ruT own fold imtm. Tim I mtin hwni Iifn yimr rt-fe li ituITnl !! you rin't inn! tti frtih ir. Ult optn sostrlltl Put HI MHi to It-t IFilTT iO tOTTP'nt of tot peiklrit -ld. Sprinkle VAI'KX on ruodfcerrhltf or plllc. Bfih In iti oifOtfitrt funti. N? mwr aroppfr. No IntfTnal mwii irw-i wpt-s mi. ur-t rlif for tr roMt I if W.I -A J itim Urn. Abtuluuij m. g m r On Sale at Fred Meyer Toiletry Shop Painful Piles Go Quick No Cultini No Salves Biuin cunsiaerapiy, out most all of the grain feilds pulled through unharmed and are in fino mnrlitinn was the report received recently .Hum several local iarmers. Mr. and Mrs. John Ridders took a load Of fat hnfffi tn Salom Tooe- day afternoon. Esten Carter has completed the construction of a new hen hoine and chicken yard for Gus Dodele. Nels Yenckels has (been busy pluwing garden spots for his Wells neighbors during the past week.. Paul Snyder, who operates the Stewart & Co. warehouse at Wells, has been absent from work for the past week and a half due to a bad case of Influenza. He returned to his work Monday morning. . Percy Seabrook of Brownsville and Orvall Seabrok of Lebanon were business callers in the Wells neighborhood Monday morning. Mrs. Lee Volwes is reported in a very critical condition at her home here. A sample of the water from the school well was taken to the state college for analyzing during the past week. The water was pronounced as pure and safe to drink. The children of the Wells school have organized a baseball team and expect to play games with neighboring schools. FROM PORTLAND L. E., J. F. and G. Meyer of Portland were in Albany Thursday to attend the funeral of their fa-ther, John Meyer, of CraTbtree, The man on the flying trapeze bas nothing on me when Schilling Coffee fills my morning cup. It's Wings of the Morning. There are two Schilling coffees. One for drip. One for perclatr. Each one will give you more delicious coffee because it was specially prepared for the particular method you use. Schilling Coffee o 0 11th at Stark St. In FV-lay. 7:30 p. m. Praise service. First Presbyterian Church M. M. Stocker, Minister Sunday school at 10 a. m. Mrs. Daniel Freeman, .superintendent, glasses for all ages. Morning worship at 11. Rev. Gerrit VerRuyl, D.D., of Chicago, representing Christian Education will speak at the morning service. Blanche Cohen will sing. Young people's societies will meet at 6:30. Evening worship at 7:30. The pastor will preach on "Redeeming Time." Mid-week Bible class will meet Wednesday at 6:30 with class at 7 using the Gospel of Mark. The Albany college chorus, Blanche Cohen director will be presented in concert Thursday, evening at this church at 8 p. m. The annual congregational business meeting of this church will be held Tuesday evening, April 7th. Grace MeHHonitsc Churck Fourth and Main Sts. W. R. Augsburger, Pastor 10 a. m. Sunday school. Classes for all. Mr. A. H. Boise, superintendent. 11 a. m. Morning worship. "Prayer How to Pray" will be the theme of the morning message by the pastor. Music by the choir. Baptismal services will be held after the message. 6:30 p. m. The Christian Endeavor societies will meet in their respective rooms. 7:30 p. m. Evening worship. The pastor will bring a message on the theme, "Sellng Jesus.'.' Preliminary exercises will be conducted by the Berean Sunday school class. Thursday. 7:30 p. m. Prayer service and studies in Isaiah. 8:30 Choir rehearsal. Evangelical Church First and Pine Sts. E. C. Hicks, Pastor Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Oscar Swander, superintendent. We had 138 last Sunday and our spirituality is growing too, lets keep it up. Classes for all. Junior choir will sing for Sunday school. Preaching by the pastor 11 a. m. Subject. "Faith or Signs." Special by choir, Mrs. Obedience Moulton. pianist. Seniors, juniors and intermediates meet at 6:30 in their respective places with good leaders. Preaching service following a good rousing song service at 7:30. Subject, "The Great Question." Wednesday evening 7:30 the senior group will meet in the church, Howard Stanton, class leader; the junioi group will meet at the social hall, Lester Horton leader. At close of prayer service both groups will meet in church for Bible study, Dth chap, of -Acts.-. Pastor will lead in Bible study. Choir practice, Miss Elizabeth Larsen, director. Friday evening the Inter-church Brotherhood will meet at 7:30 at the Social hall back of church. Speaker to be announced later. Refreshments at close of meeting. Immanuel Lutheran Church R. Heins, Pastor Regular services will be held at 11 a. m. Sunday. Sunday school meets at 10 a. m. Since this is the last Sunday in the first quarter all pupils should bring all their leaflets for review. Next Wednesday Lenten services will be conducted at 8 p. m. by Rev. R. Tschirley of Corvallis. The Ladies, Aid will meet on Thursday next week, instead of Wednesday. On Palm Sunday confirmation exercises will be held at 1 1 a. m. Walther League will meet this evening at 8. First Baptist Church 9:45 a. m. Bible school, E. E. Matsnn, superintendent. 11 a. m. Mnii.'-ig worship- Rer. W. C. Osgood, speaker. Subject: "Famous Last Nights." Solo by Dora Flood. fi:30 p. m. B. Y. P. U. 7.30 p. m. Evening worship. Sub- SAN DIEGO EL CORTEZ HOTEL g O O M AND BATH MOM J A DAY Roux Shampoo Tint Gives Graying Hair a lustrous, Natural "Young Look" that all New An J!50 Permanent (( ) Talker's Barber and Beauty Shop Shoe shining in Connection 215 I.yon SI Phone S79R aroma . . . it's as much a part of Chesterfield as the taste Word was received here today from Judge L. H. MeMnhnn that he will come here at 10 a. m. Saturday to set cases not already dockettod, and to otherwise' clarify the docket for department No. 1 of the Linn county circuit court. District Attorney J. K. V.'ea.th-erlord. jr., has issued a call to members of the circuit court grand jury to convene next Monday morning, preparatory to the opening of the April term of circuit court. The grand jury is composed of H. W. Mallow, foreman: John Grell, L. O. Gorman, Holt Deu-dall, Eugene Canning, H. G. Mars, Corine Robinson and Guy Hood. Present prospects indicate that comparatively little work faces the grand jurymen. Oregon Territory Stamp Is Ordered Washington, March 27. A spe cial three-cent postage stamp will be issued to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the settling of the old Oregon Territory, now comprising the slates of Washing ton, Oregon, Idaho and portions of Montana and Wyoming, Postmaster General James A. Farley announced today. The new stamp will be placed on sale tirst at Walla walla, Wash., and Lewiston, Ida., in connection with Oregon Territory centennial relebrations. USA (a. a Did you eve? notice the difference in the aroma of Chesterfield tobacco f o " Every person who knows about tobacco will understand this ... for to get a pleasing aroma is just like getting pleasing taste foam fruit. Mild ripe tobaccos, homegrown, and welded with the rigrg? kind of tobacco from far-offi) Greece and Turkey . (Samsoun, ' Smyrna, Xanthi and Cavalla). O - . ... that's why Chesterfield qymore pleasing)aroma. ' : til writ:. WSAf'-'j a-s m,, &&dt. o 0 v XttK'Zr ( . 7 7 (fSS .65) . . with that pleasing agoma It Ulcri only one bottle of Dr. 3. S. ' LonhrtJtv reription BEM-ROID ; j rrli- tfcrtiintr. blerdin or protruding mm. Thl-Hrrial medicine arts quirky; J A fn old stubborn cas. HEM-RG1Q j ( MK'fteds bfriuif tt heipa to heal and r- , sor trw ftVtfdJ part od rrlirve blood port km l if n in the lower bowel the cau of pile. Only n internal medicine can do i t his, tht'i why sahe and tuttm often j fail. Koahay Ar-Jrlason, Inc.. and ail dru-tiu say oneftU of HEM-BOID Tablet (Or " relieve V-" f '"r mivrr . (Qj nwnry VatV.- dv. 1 () ( (STKLAMTZ OnCIIESTHA AND CltORl V t 1 (g)l;30? ro CO.

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