Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on March 30, 1936 · Page 3
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March 30, 1936

Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 3

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THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT -H ERALD? A L B A N Y, O R E G O N O r PAGE THREE r MONDAY, MARCH 30; 1936 Screen's Newest Newlywe'ds Seeks Divorce LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS George Cross, advisor, is the director. The play is a three act comedy entitled "Oh, Aunt Jer-usha." . Commencement of both high school and grades, will be held Mav 128. and E. J. Summerville were named as an advertising committee. The committee on securing a blacksmith for Jefferson reported several more prospects. Miss Addie Libby entertained members of the Live Wire Sunday School class Wednesday evening at her hume on Timet street. group ol young people of the Evangelical cliurcn atienacd the aisuici convention "ol christian Endeavor held ul the Albany evangelical church Hiursday eve honoring Mrs. Claire Thompson, a recent bride, at the home of Mrs. Al Crocker at Albany Wednesday afternoon. Howard Yeager and Mrs. C. C. Taft of Oregon City were Wednesday visitors at the home of their sister, Mrs. Sam Kimball, and family. John Galbraith, pioneer rancher and stockman of this vicinity, is seriously ill at his farm home east of Sweet Home. The cast of the high school operetta, "Crocodile Isle," went- to Cascadia Monday and gave a short program of songs, dances and skits Shedd The Priscilla club w as ai tne nome in iv.rs. Hubert j McDonald - Thursday afternoon, iiholl call was answered with jokes, i i During the social hour Mrs. Ver- mm Roberts and Mrs. M. C. I Film Actress ( f Riverview Riverview. Dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. Laurn Piatt and Mrs. Elsie Bartnik were David Boshart of Scio and Lawrence Bartnik of Portland. Others visiting at their home During the day were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Am- brosick and family of Oakview vicinity, Adolph Kronick of Lebanon and Earl Barnik of Portlaud. Clifford Kelley, who has been at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gilkey for several months, is now near Shelburn where he has employment. . , Dinner guests at the Roy Leigh-ton home Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goodwin and daughter Feme of Albany. Miss Veloris Crenshaw, wlio is" attending school at Monmouth, spent the spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mxs. Steve Crenshaw, v." ' Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hawk and family were' business visitors in Albany Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Sommcr were entertained Sunday at Mrs. Sommer's parental home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Meyers near Marion. Mrs. Herman Kowitz' father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Lenz. and their son, Fred, and daughter. Martha, of Hormiston. Ore., visited at the Kowitz home over the weekend. The Lenz family are en : route to eastern states via the Southern route. Mr. and Mrs. Orvill Gilkey and : son, Ferris, were weekend visitors : of Mr. Gilkey's parents, Mr. and ' Mrs. Will Gilkey. They visited also j at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Riley of Crabtree and were ! Saturday evening dinner guests i '4. ; llllllll!' Tl VVV N4 ning. In the group were Rev- Her bert benncu, GcuiKC and John K ,1-, I, .in-..- l.kl.t k i.ic- Kli.-o A ,tii-.i Kkmipe, Miss tuiby iviarcum, wuss ! .Maine Clieiton, beulah and Euan W I1.-.OH. Dr. and Mrs. J. O. Van Winkle moiored to Curtin last Sunday wueie ihey attended the luncial sei vices lor Mrs. Van Winkles giannmother, ivirs. E. J. Rune, titi, who died ai her home Maicn M louowiiig a biroke ,or paraiysi:. ounal was in the f air Oans ceme- eiy near Oakland. Leon Boycr is now in charge of the service station near the north city limits, known as the Shep-purd service station. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Tyson and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. McClain and mall son motored to Grass al ley Monday. On their return trip, meir car studded and overturned. Willi the exception of a few bruis es, no one was injured. Consider able damage was dune to the car. Mrs. Lila Jones of Salem has purchased Virginia's Beauty Shop on Main street lrom Mrs. Lincoln tVatciman, and opened, it lor ousmess Wednesday morning. Mrs. S. E. henseu has returned to Caldwell, Idaho, again alter spending two weeks at her home here. Sue :s staying with her daughter Mrs. George Feller. Miss Virginia Mason who is taking graduate work at the University of Washington, spent the spring vacation at tne home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Ma- sun. Mr. and Mrs. .1. R. MrKep soent Newest newlyweds In the Hollywood film colony are Jean Parker, actress, and C forge McDonald, newspaperman. After n whlrhtuid courtship the pair were wed In Lns Vegas, Nev. On the filth annivnsaiv ol her marriage to Frank B. Woodv. wealthy sportsman. Helen Twelvrtrees. Iilin actress, filed suit fof'dlvorce In Los Angeles charging cruelty- The couple are shown here In a hap-. . piei day. at the David Slack home near', guests. Robert Burns and at his heme in east Halsey with Griggs Station. Mr. Gilkey has em- -u ,B" ' . , - nw,mnl,ia plbyment at Clatskanie where they Misses Clara Bell and Hazel Marie pneumonia now reside. Frietag and Beatr.-e Gentry. Ellas Robins returned to his Mr. and Mrs. Owens and daugh- school friends of the Noble girls work at the Hollemon garage r 11-ter Eleanor of Lebanon were en- all attended Sunday school and day following an attack of mumps. 4rtwir, c, .,,) n. ih. hnmn r ,.i...,.i, ni rv..hti-i.n Tn the Mrs. Fred Robins has fully re Thompson were winners of the contests. Mr McDonald, assisted bv Mrs. J..avrence Zimmerson, served. A pinochle party was enjoyed it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Merriam last Saturday evening Willi six tables playing. Mrs. Clay Stone received hiyh score for the ladies and Harold Chance high score for the men. Mr. and Mrs. npurno Chnnrilpr nf Ppnrin wore nut nf liiii.n onoclu Mr. and Mrs. Henderson and daughter of Albany were callers in Shedd Tuesday afternoon. Karl Arnold moved his tractor :nd farm machinery to Coburg Tuesday where he will sow the spring crop on the Ralph Warren farm. Measles are prevalent in this community at the present time. Among those who have them are. Morris Roberts, Dorothy Hense, Miles Chr.nte, Richard Pimm, R:chard Pimm. Richard Whiltack- er and Willard McLagan. t.eroy Starncs is nursing a biokcn foot which he received several days ago when a horse slenped on it. Mrs. John Cox solicited the community Tuesday for the emergency relief fund to be sent to the flood area. The district meeting of the Eastern Star will be held in the Masonic hall Saturday evening, April 4th. Tlie Shedd and Harrisburg lodges, are the only ones to participate in this meeting. ' ' Mrs. Philpot returned to her home near Halsey Tuesday eve ning. She has been assisting Mrs. Wallace Sprenger with her work during Mr. Sprenger's illness. A number from Shedd attended the bridal shower held Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Abraham for their daughter, Dor olhy, who is to be married in the neur future to Orville Slick of Uor- vallis. Jefferson Jeftei-'on A meeting of the Jefferson Woman's club was held Wednesday afternoon at the country home of Mrs. Eugonu Finley with Mrs. Earl Miller as assisting hostess. Scripture reading was given by Mis. C. M. Smith, and I roll call was answered with cur ious laws still in cxislance. A reading, "New Social Laws", was given by Mrs. Fred Looncy; and a paper on divorce laws was read by Miss Marjorie Fontaine. Mis. Frances Nebergall of Eugene- Mrs. Mrs. Milo Rice were additional guests. Tile club will meet with Mrs. J. G- Fontaine at their next meeting. : Jack Tyson, vice president pre- I sided at the meeting of the Jel'ter-I son Better Business club Tuesday ni(,ht hl Ul(, aosence of the presi UL'Ill, 1 UsM Ulll 111. S Ul IJUUUi: MU,- . i T rr j; tion sales m Jefferson wera dis- ' cussed and E. A. Barlow and Jack , 1 yson were nameo as a commit tee to look into the matter ,and also to boost the opening of the refrigeration plant. Lindon Curl ; i ij i i , ) i covered from her attack of mump?. - Mrs.- Cloud Davidson suuered tcI 1,1 llu- t vt iiiuy. The Al I. Hathnwnv family have n ' ltshlct? Rcx McNeili youngest son of Mr. and Mr8. Frcd McNeil, has i.uu d .i-'iitiJ?; iuhuh ins tin cii.ci.i of measles. Muri Dav;s went home from scnooi lilst Monday morning ill and nas bccn running a high fever t i .. ..!,. fn...; ...t,. Mrs. Thomas Jackson is still confined to the Pacific hospital at Eugene and is reported as being somewhat improved. Ward Commons is quite ill with rheumatism and lias been put to bed. He had his tonsils removed Monday. Mrs. Callie Bigbce and Everett Daugherty of Sweet Home, teachers at the Holley school were callers Wednesday evening. Miss Louise Barnes, who graduates from the Oregon Normal at Monmouth this spring, has been elected teacher of the Center district school. Mrs. Gladys Spurlin, who has been teaching there this i winter, will teach the Busey scnooi i hu T . 1 1 I 1 1- - 1 :.-.-;--- ,T 1U1 llll ?llll'll 1115.- UCKllllllllo KJl the spring term. Mi s. Henry of Toledo, mother of Mrs. Harrv Bressler. formerly a resident of Halsey, is quite ill The senior class play will be staged Friday nigh. April 10. j I 1 ! ! ..... i,. 1 1 ,.,r, hii-ihriuv' dinner Was served honoring' Robert Burns on his 17th birthday. i monia, following flu '.ind mumps. Rev. and Mrs. John Rittermeyer left for Portland Manday, where they consulted a specialist regard- ing their small son Dale, who has i a guest at the Joe Martinak home, last week. i Mr. and Mrs. Claude Stewart ', were Hillsboro visitors Wednesday. I Mrs. Joe Martinak and Mrs. Otto Morton attended a bridal shower Mrs. Jcss Frietag with Mrs. B..iS..?" ' ",'ty Tuesday atternoon and Wednes- meeting of the Church of Christ, been ill for several weeks. Walter Plagman has a hew day in Portland visiting relatives Tne supper will be served at 7:30.1 Mr. and Mrs. Boyd McCoy re- tractor. Mrs W H. Sherman who has I' After the business meeting, a re- turned from Upper Soda where he I Mr. and Mrs. Manley Copeland, been seriously ill for several' Port ot 1,10 dist'ic't convention of has been employed for several Molly and Richard and Arthur vl-ppVc ismiipnimnini.oHinhPi.il!. 'the church will be given by the months at bridge work, which is Marshall attended a family birfh-weeks, is mucn impiovea in ncann, - grow who attended the coVen- now completed. day dinner at the Howard Morss llion. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kimball have I home at Alsea Sunday. There were q U m '1 Norman McCormack, four year a GVi pound daughter, born at the 31 present, celebrating five birth- OWeei fiomc ! old son of Mrs. Bessie McCormack, Lebanon hospital March 21. The days. Sweet Home. The Lebanon died at the Doernbecker hospital baby has been named Elsie Marie.' Lulu Vern Hampton, who' has Chamber of Commerce will put on March 24. He was sent to the hos- Mrs. Kimball returned from the been very ill, is improving. the April Community Forum pro- pital March 23, suffering with hospital Wednesday. Her mother, The Busy Bees met Wednesday gram at Sweet Home. The ladies and chicken pox. Funeral services Mrs. D. Yeager of Oregon City is with Mrs. Frietag with 16 present, of the district will sell cake and complications following measles visiting at the Kimball home for, Two quilts were worked on. The coffee after the meeting, the pro-1 were held at Crawfordsvillc several weeks and nursing Mrs. next meeting will be Wednesday ceeds to help the Forum. The com-' union cemetery Thursday. Rev. Kimball. April 1 with Mrs. Carl Miller. '.,' mittee in charge are; Alta Hed- Fendall officiated. The mother and Mrs. Mabel Bross of Albany was Jack Caldwell was unfortunate Sixteen members were present, A picnic was planned for the April meeting if the weather is suitable, Thursday evening. April 2. will ! be the monthly Church night three small children are ill at the home, with chicken pox, measles and flu. Mrs. Eastlund is nursing the family. E. J. Myers, son of Johnson Myers is serously ill with pneu- F. Wcddle and Mrs. Murrcl UilKcy ,aSsistinBt entertained the Thurs-1 j.... fru: ui t tl,A TTiMnttia ...;. : ;" i-ltendance of 22 members six visi- lors ana seve, . uu, .... , ! Q" ations. readings etc veie iTivon in rinnnse to roll cmi. i ne n 1 i - business hour was presided over bv the president. Mrs. Frank De-1 Wall. Several matters of business were discussed and it was decided , thai ciuo memp-rs i'"'11 "."..ever since lund, La Verne Hcssler, Mae Cross anrt-Thelma Wright.- ' The 4-H Camp Cookery club and the Handicraft club met Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at the home of, the club lender, Mrs. Otto Horton. 1 in,-. r,.,.' c'iir... ni.-c rr,.H Gentry. . Jean Kelly drove to Silverlon Saturday. j niverview iocui 01 rurmi-rs Union mot in regular session Sat- nrrinv eveninp. State secretarv. S. 5 ni nTS. ,. ; "SfLl1 nf 'TnnT f il.rf nV Veri . Tlefferson mnv do so off a car to be spotted in Salem Tues : - r day. .' The Hall and Moses families had charge of a program as follows. Readings by Miss Marjory Moses, play entitled "Dumb as a Door Knob," Misses Ella and Evelyn Hall; vocal duet, Marjory and Maxine Moses, accompanist,. Mrs. Hall. " Mr. and Mrs. Higginbothum and daughter Bettye Gene of Silvcrton visited relatives in the Riverview community over the weekend. 'Mr. and Mrs. Brown and fam7 41y, who have been living' in the Chas. Frietag house, better known as the Bud Kelly home, for several months, moved to near Scio Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Parks and family, who lived in what is known as Russell Kelly's house, moved Sunday into the house just v.irnleri Iw the Brown family. Mr and Mrs. Jack Gour and family have gone to Seaside where Mr. Goar has employment. Guests entertained Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Noble were Miss Mary Louise Noble, their daughter, Miss Alice Anderson, Lloyd Jacobs and Ar - thur Boiler all of Corvallis. The host -and hostess and family their 9 to 1 verdict by there is a coast jury proves difference for the CCC boys. Knox Butte Knox Butte. Friday evening the Tollman club put on a 3 act play at Harmony hall for Santiam Farmers Union. There was $19.35 taken in at the door. Bill Tapper and Mr. Krummcl made a business trip to Portland Thursday. The Amos Gerig family are quarantined with small pox. All the pupils of Lakeview school have been vaccinated. Mr. McDonald has gone to Tillamook to cook for a bridge gang. John Burkhart put out 10,000 strawberry plants this past week. Mr. and Mrs. Creig Bowers spent the weekend at Mt. Angel and Marion visiting Mrs. Bower's sisters. Mrs. Lester Parsons and. small son left the Albany general'.Jios-pital Tuesday and are with Mrs. Clara Cox. Mrs.. Dick Tapper called on them Tuesdav evenlno. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Monro land Verl went to Vreka Wednes day. Mrs. John Burkhart had' the March meeting of the Birthday club, with 26 present. The guests were, Mrs. Charles South : and daughter, Mrs. Charles and Mrs. John Apple, Mrs. Griffith, Mrs. George Lines and Miss PerrV of Albany. The next meeting will be April D with Mrs. Heiser. Electric lights were in stalled in Harmony hall the last of the week. in losing his only cow last week. Mr. and Mrs.. Homer Maple of Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Hdrry Longstaff of Tigard spent- the i weekend with Mr. and Mrs.,'Otto I Karsten. security as do hydraulic brakes. , ten tu uilJliiit civrs measurably I tet- in the evening of March 31 as their guests all members ' who have a birthday within : the pat three months , and the husbands and families of all club members. This meeting is to be held at the school house. Com.mitun.-s' were appointed to have charge of the different diversions of the evening. Halsey I-Ialsev Mrs. Warren Isom and Mrs. Frieda Krcbs of Lake Creek -community were joint hostesses at i the home of the former Thursday 'ufternoon to about 20 members and guests of the Lake I. reek- Busev sewing club. It. was de - cided to complete tne qiuu iney have had under way for some , time at once ana give n iu uie W. C. T. U. home for Easter. Mrs. Shirley Morse Kuchn of Eugene. ; was honored with a stork shower. 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