Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on April 2, 1936 · Page 10
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April 2, 1936

Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 10

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PAGE FOUR1' THE A" LB 'ANY THURSDAY, APRIL ?ft 1933 OREGON' E R A L D,'" A t B A" NY," nn nr They're Bringing Delimit- Slciison of Toledo visit- memoration' of Founders' Day was W i- A I., X U v A I If ,.A n W6& "v--f sf ft tie Reeves. Mrs. A. Wilson, and Mrs. C. L. Skillings. Miss Bertha Dillon of Molalla was a guest Saturdayiafternoon at the home of Mrs. Saliie G. Tandv and Mrs. M. A. Hutchings. She also visited at the home of Mr. pnd Mrs. Gilbert Looney before returning home Sunday evening. Miss Dillon is a former teacher of the Jefferson grade school, and is now teaching at Molalla. W. S. McClain has started work on the new refrigeration plant being installed by Jack Tyson in his building on Main street. The plant will contain 150 lockers and should be completed within 30 days. Tyson says that if the demand variants, more lockers will be added. Mr. and Mis. Floyd Denson and son, Jimmie, of Corvallis were Cimu rilnnnp t ,1 1 . uu.iv.uj vtn ,,11.1 jumia UL IU1I1C of Mir. and Mrs. Charles McKee. Mr. and Mrs. Rav Wilson and Clifford Wilson of Portland spent Sunday visiting at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Wilson. Mrs. Hannah Smith, grade school teacher, visited relative; in Portland over the weekend. Two large trees at Camp San-tiam just across the river were blown down across electric light wires during the rain and wind storm Friday. One tree narrowly missed a gravel truck which had just driven past when the tree fell. Founders Day was observed by theh Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church at their March meeting held at the home of Mrs. Charles McKee. The program was in charge of Mrs. Geo. C. Mason, with Mrs. Blanche Libby conducting the devotions. Miss Addie Libby gave the chapter review of the text book, "Notable Women of South America." Mrs. Grace Thurston gave readings in Founders Day, after which the candle lighting service in com- ooservea. Lebanon Lebanon. The condition of Mrs. H. M. Wight, who has been seriously ill at her home in Lebanon for the past four weeks, is gradually improving. George Harden, local contractor and builder, has gone to Estacadia where he will be in charge of building a new school building. Mr. and Mrs. Cedric Brande-berry who have made their home in Lebanon for the last few months, are planning to move to Albany the first of the week and will be at the home of Mrs. Bran-deberry's mother. Mrs. Francis Beals was an over night visitor at the home of her sister, Mrs. Merle Bogart, of Corvallis on Friday evening. John Summers, Sr., went to Portland on Saturday afternoon to meet Mrs. Summers who is returning from a trip to Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Summers were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson while in Portland. Mrs. H. E. Gates of Eugene spent several days of last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Stewart, in Lebanon. Mrs. Gates formerly lived in Lebanon. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Williamson of Portland were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lindeman on Sherman street. Mrs. D. W. Siver will spend several days in Coquille where she and Mr. Sivers will open a variety store in about a week. Mayor Munyan has appointed a committee to prepare a program and to see that the Oregon State Grange convention delegates who will be in session here during the early part of June, are entertained during their visit. In addition to Mayor Mnuyan. who is serving as committee chairman, the members V - KXtsO-'imf 'A,,i.40m - A study In lights and shadows on one of America's largest construction projects the Metropolitan Water Distrist aqueduct from Boulder Dam to Los Angeles. This is being built at a cost of 220 million dollars and the huge Job Includes construction of a $13,500,000 dam; 88 miles of tunnels: 55 miles of covered conduit; 24 miles of pressure line and 75 miles of lined canal over the desert, , ' and Ed Reynolds made a business trip to Portland Tuesday. Carl Beyer and Russell Hanson are recovering from cuts and 4ruiscs received when a car travelling at a high rate of speed ershed into the rear of the Jkycr car on the highway north of Lebanon. The boys were on their way to Albany. Mr. and Mrs. Mummerf have moved into the upstairs of the John Shutz home. Mrs. Mummert is a sister of Harry Hindman. The car belonging to E. R. Bass skidded on the icy highway south of Lebanon Saturday and went into le ditch. No one was badly injured but the car was damaged to quite an extent. BrownnviJle Brownsville. Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Morgan of Eugene visit ed here with Mr. and Mrs. Will Morgan Friday. Levi Webb of Salem spent the weekend here with his family. Alfred Averill and Eleanor Dunkley attended the opperetta, "Crocodile Island," given at Sweet Home Thursday night. W. H. Dedman of Portland spent the weekend here with his family at the W. C. Cooley home. Mrs. Will Morgan returned home Friday after a week's visit with her parents in Springfield. Nathan Mitsch and Mary Elles Averill attended the operetta, "Crocodile Island" given at Sweet Home Thursday night. But Dedman is confined to his home for a few days with illness. Students of the Brownsville schools took the' test for tubercu losis here Friday. They were ex amined on Monday and a few tests were found to be positive. Miss Ethel Myers is now staying at the Ed West home doing house work and attending high school. Rev. O. W. Payne was surprised Saturday night when a group of Christian Endeavorers walked in, laden with good things to eat, and announced their intentions of helping Mr. Payne celebrate his birth-dav anniversary. The regular meeting of the Brownsville high school student body was held Monday morning. The following program was given by the seniors: Reading, Richard Sullivan; vocal duet, Dorothy and Lorraine Baker; piano solo, Zona Nance. Slides illustrating scenes of Hiawatha were shown while Miss Lydia Childs read parts of the story. Members of the senior class of Brownsville high school attended a banquet given by the seniors of Shedd high school at Shedd Friday night. Earl Snyder and Ida Hurr of this city were united in marriage at the Free Methodist church Sunday morning. Jefferson Jefferson. The Woman's Missionary society of the local Evangelical church was awarded the banner at the missionary rally held Friday at the Albany Evangelical church. Those who atteneded the rally from Jefferson were Mrs. Karl Kihs, Miss Helen Kills. Miss Anna Klampe, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Davidson. Ruth Davis. Mrs. Net- TTAL NOW PLAYING ENPS SATURDAY Appearing fr the first time in tribute to the country doctor! THE lOtiilE QUIflTUPLETS - lf COUNTRY DOCTOR1 Matinee Every Day At 2 p.m. COMING SUNDAY BIG DOUBLE BILL 4 GREAT STARS Inttif h11 lv(litlll VICTO MclAGLEN FREDDIE tMITHOl' LSSD --s I FEATURE EVENT 1 1 I "I" with IE AN HERS HOLT Ss. DOROTHY PETERSON I are Hiram Groves, Guy Hammett, I Ralph Scroggins and Vern Reeves. Mr. and Mrs. Monty Sein re-! turned to their home in Springfield i on Friday. ! Superintendent and Mrs. Lester i Wilcox were in Eugene on Saturday where Mr. Wilcox transacted business. Mrs. G. W. McGuire, who has been recuperating from an operation at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Raymond Downing, has re- , turned to her home at Knox Butte. I 1S48 GOLD COIN FOUND Tremont, Me. U.R Workmen digging post holes found a gold dollar dated 1849. Although the coin had lain in the earth many years it was still shiny. Schilling Mustard FOR FULL MARKET PRICES Briiis: Your Eges, Poultry , anil Cream To SWIFT & CO. . AT ALBANY ;' Phone 231 Ovtr ludiyStrlho CigarofTot 9 , I '"' " J ! J uaauronio mo msiakn ohhifs D O ZESJ j?VOyr more : H3 J Xi47'E, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS ; Harrisbur Harrisburg. Five granges are arranging for ainint meeting at Charily Grange Wednesday, April . Those to tBke part are Lake Creek Grange, Western Star Junction City, Diamond Hill and Charity, While driving on the market road north of town Thursday, near the Nicholson farm, Ed Fried was overcome with a heart attack. He stopped hs car and waited for help. A doctor was summoned and the patient taken to Eugene, where he lives. He is still in a bad condition. Mr. Fried one time owned the Harrisburg meat market. Frank Dempsey had the mis fortune Saturday to get his new uto in a wreck near Shedd. Some one pulled into the highway and the two cars' collided with some damage to both.. i A shower was given for Mrs. Mj-s. Shirley Keuhcl Thursday af ternoon at the home of Mrs. War rn Isom. A number of guests were present and Mrs. Isom and Mrs. Ed Krebbs acted as hostesses. The quarterly conference for the Methodist church will be held here next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The district superintend ent, Dr. Louis Magin will preside. Flans for the coming year will be discussed. : J. A. Ayres, nearly ninety years of age, is able to bo about again, following an attack of pneumonia. He .made the quickest recovery of ny of the pneumonia patients this winter.' Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Webb and Mrs..E. W. Blohm and daughter. Marybelle, made a trip to Albany Saturday, where Mr. Webb bought considerable stock for his merchandise establishment. Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Mars went to Jefferson and Scio, recently, returning Monday night. The Past Noble Grand club met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Randall Brock. Mrs. Hazel Carlwright was initiated Into the club. Miss Helen Darling came home from Shedd, where ' she is working, Sunday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Darling. . Rev, Boatman of Eugene preached at the Church of Christ Sunday night. The congregation lias not chosen a regular pastor since Rev. Erven Harris resigned. Mrs. Harold Stevenson enter tained a group of relatives at her home here Sunday, honoring her father. John Miller, of Halsey. Besides Mr. Miller, Mrs. George Taylor of Hlllsboro attended. ' Peoria Peoria. The members of the Potter Sewing club enjoyed a covered dish luncheon at the home of Mrs. Ida Freerkson Inst. Thursday afternoon. Guests were Mrs.i J. E. WalbeckMrs. Kenneth Bradshaw, and Mrs. W. W. Abraham. Prizes in uie iwu cuuiesm were won uy i Mrs. Leila Lamar and Mrs. Brad- JHIUW. OVIUIIU UWHIUB Wl'IC Willi Uy I Mrs. J. E. Walbeck'and Mrs. E. E. Abraham. The club will meet in two weeks with Mrs, Lena Pugh. Mrs.; Russell Githens and Mis. George Schmidt were callers in Corvallis Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Clark are the parents of a baby girl. The Mother and baby are at the Albany General hospital and arc expected home in a few days. Eugene Nichols of Corvallis called on friends in Peoria en route to Brownsville on business. He also visited his parents, Mr. nnl Mrs. C. W. Nichols and two Roux Shampoo Tint Gives Graying Hair a lustrous, Nuturnl "Vounj Look" that nil Admire . . . New An Oil Permanent - $r).50 WALKER'S Barber and Beauty Shop Shoe shining' in Connection Z1S Lyon St, Phone 819R PUn to (Uy (while when you visit the New Exposition . . . There's much to see in Sen Diego RATES 4 2tc.350-St CI . A A 6 t ' T5SY come smo I JSJSSWI B PM e R A T- H wwpwwawwijtga Wafef to L. A. fT T I I I ---1 was nearly severed by an ax with which the children were playing. I Dr. Hcrron treated the wound and i the finger is healing nicely. I The regular lodge meeting of the j Royal Neighbors of America held Tueseday afternoon in the I. O. O. F. hall was well attended. Dis-' trict deputy Maude Davis of Eugene was present. Plans are being , made for the district convention to be held here May 20. j The Royal Neighbors Quilting club was entertained at two all-day meetings at the home of Miss Florence McKercher on Wednesday and Thursday. The ladies quilled on two quilts for the hos-, less. i Mrs. John Martin has been I staying at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. , Ray Splawn of Holley, for the paet two weeks, helping to care for her daughter and new grandson. I . Mrs. Dorothy Nelson returned to her home, in Oakridge Thursday, j after spending several days at the I home of her mother, Mrs. Ellen Follett. I Mr. and Mrs. Templeton were Sunday guests at the Newell Hunter home. Mr. and Mrs Wm. Parker and familf have moved to Bass' mill, where Mr. Parker has work for the summer. - ' 1 Mrs. Roy Hildreth spent the weekend in Amity, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Norval Rice. Mrs. D. V. Fendall was called to Vancouver, Wash., on Saturday of last week by the death of her uncle. She returned home Tuesday. Mr. and Mi s. George Ward- are both recovering nicely from a serious attack of flu. Mrs. Estella Evans and son Kenneth and Mrs. Mae, Smith were business callers In Eugene Monday. Harry and Clair Kelloy, who ore working In a mill at Lacomb,. ore spending the week here at the Charles Kelley home. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hartley of Eugene have moved into the Wm. Parker home. Mr. Hartley is employed at Dallas camp. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Anderson, and Carl and Lenwood Beyer were in Lebanon Saturday. While there they called at the P. M. C.as-ney home. . Wilina Kellev spent last week .visiting at the home of friends in Bend. She returned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hindman Strengthen the Bladder Make thU 25c Tet Prink lota of boiled or distilled wnter. if irritation cause getting up nights, fn-HiH'iU Litir Bi-anly flow, burning or tmokucW. You know what hard watrr ilora to a teakettle. Prive out ecew auidn and dr poults with buehu Uavea, juniper oil etc., madt into Rtwn InMeU CHlli-d ltukrtft. the blnddor lax Worka on -the HaiMcr nimilar to castor oil on the bowel. In fr days if not pli-d any ilruiisiwt will refund your -Ge. Huiley'a lrtiir Store and Ijiwiin IVug Co. -Adv. Help of Phone 137 I ; ed last week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Brattain. 1 He was enjoying a week's vacation from school studies. Several spring lambs belonging to George Bayne were fatally wounded when two dogs invaded the Bayne flock. Adjustments are being made to cover the loss. Will Dobrinin was a business caller in Albany and Corvallis Friday. He traded for a heuvier pickup truck. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lamar of Sil- verton were Sunday callers at the J. W. Lamar residence. Miss Louise Robertson and Cyril Perry of Eugene were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Uindhart bun-day. John Palapoff and daughter. Dorothy, were business callers in Albany Saturday. The pupils of the Peoria and Pine Grove schools are preparing for the music festival to be held in Shedd on May first. Riverside Riverside. The "1 Kan U Kan" 4-H Canning club met at the home of Shirley. Bryant on Saturday afternoon. Helen Burch is president of the club: Irene Schlegel, vice-president; Joyce Stellmacher, is secretary and Shirley Bryant. reporter, other members are Uli-vene Schlegel, Carolyn Burch and Margaret Jean Canning. Mrs. Vivian Freerkson is leader. Lona Andrews, Irene and Oli-vene Schlegel, Shirley Bryant and Everett Atkeson attended the Christian Endeavor at Philomath recently. A candy sale will be held at the next community meeting to raise money to send a delegate to Eugene next month to the state Endeavor convention. The members of the local 4-H Calf club met at the home of Mr. and Mis. William Freerkson last Wednesday night. The club has ten members with Donald Burch as president and Lloyd Gourley as secretary.. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Vandeven- ter of Devcr were visitors at the home of their daughter, Mrs Her bert Smith, last Monday. VeeElte Vandeventer, a sister of Mrs. Smith is slaying at her home and attending Albany high school. Frances Bryant spent the week end with her cousins, Helen and Laura Bryant in Eugene. On Sun day, Mr. and Mrs. John Bryant and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bryant drove to Eugene to visit and Francis accompanied them home. Mr. and Mrs. George Githens are brothers, Floyd and Call, in the Pine Grove vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Leighton Bayne, Mary Ann Bayne of Lake Creek and Mr. and Mrs. George Work-inger of Halsey spent Thursday at the home of George Bayne, father of Leighton Bayne and Mrs. Work-inger. J. W. LaMar and Helen LaMar were business callers in Albany and Corvallis Saturday. Prof, and Mrs. Vere Higbee of Tillamook visited last weekend in Peoria with relatives and looked after farm Interests. . Mrs. Grant Brattain and niece, Carolyn Ruth, were in Corvallis Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mtinson and the former's two sisters, Mas. Homer Bloom and Miss Signa Munson, of Albany returned recently from a trip to Nebraska where they went to attend the funeral of a brother. They were delayed for a time due to the dust storm. making regular visits to Veneta to enable Mr. Githens to take treatments from a doctor- there. His health is greatly Improved. Alvin Madsen spent the week end with his family in this neighborhood and returned to Wyelh on Sunday atternoon. Everett Atkeson and his uncle, George Anthony, drove to Shedd on Sunday to visit Ernest Abraham. Mrs.i George Anderson fiom Salem and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Warner and daughter, Elaine, of Albany were Sunday visitors lit the home of their parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mis. Green Hastings. Thiity women attended the Thursday club meeting at the hall last week when Mrs. J. R. Crouch and Mrs. Ray Gourley entertained. Easter baskets were made during the afternoon and a short business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. Henry Bryant. Each - member is to bring a plant or shrub at the next meeting and exchange with some one else. Re freshment lurnished by the "Odd" side were served at the close of the meeting. Mrs. Velina Uoyle and Miss Doris Height, teachers of the local school and Mrs. W. D. Sillon and small daughter were guests of the club. Mrs. Clark and Mis. Ekstrand will entertain in two weeks at the Ekstrand home. Shirley Bryant was an overnight guest at the home or Doris Ann Haley in Albany last Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. James Caldwell drove to Lebanon recently to visit at the Arnold Poultry Farm. A fair sized crowd attended the play-party at the hall Saturday HAPPY RELIEF FROM PAINFUL BACKACHE Caused by Tired Kidneys Vany of thott nawin. naent. painful harkac-hrt Peol'lr blam on rvUWor ttraini ar often rauaj by ttrrtj lMins and may b rilwi mhtn trtateil in the mhl way. The Kidney ar on of Nature? i rhicf waya of taktnc arida and waitn out of th blood. A healthy person ahould p about I pm la a day and ao art nd mora than 1 pounds of .( matur. v If th U milca of kidney tuWt and ftlttrt don't work well, this waste atara In the body and may become poitonnm. It may tart nagging backarhaa, leg paint, Im (if tV and enarry, getting up Right, iwrllmg, puffin under tha ayra, neadarhei and diBtineaa. Don't let It lay you up. Ak your druggtat fr (loan's IMI uaed urcvaafully by mil Nona fur over 40 yean 'TTiey give happy relief and will help to fluah out tha It gaiiaa of kulMi tubaa. tiat Poaa'f mila, night. Games and a Kangaroo Court led by Bliss Dallas occupied the time of the younger people after the basket dinner while older ones visited and played card games. Mrs. Marjarot Dickson and family visited at the home of her mother, Mrs. Henry Stewart recently. Mrs. Stewart has not been very well. 1'ie and coffee will be served for the refreshments at the commun ity meeting next Saturday, April 1th. those unending will bring pio and cream for coffee. Local talent will furnish part of the program oeing arranged by Mr. and Mrs. tiyron braoshaw, Mr. and Mr. liliss Dallas and Mr. and Mrs. ller-Dert Smith. The meeting will slart promptly at eight o'clock. A program will be given at Fairplay school house- near the Children's Farm Home next Friday nignt by people from this leighborhod. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ekstrand en tertained at dinner on Friday night in honor of their daughter- in-law and son, Mr. and Mrs. I'hihp Ekstrand, from Palo Alto. Covers were pluced lor the nonur guests, Rev. and Mrs. J. 13. Patter- sou, Willard Rear, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Height from Oakville, Mrs. Patterson, Miss Duff and Mr. and Mrs. Ekstrand and daughter, Dons. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Ekstrand left for their home Saturday morning having come north for the thirtieth wedding anniversary of Mr. Eklsran's parents. , Members of Calaniett grange attended the meeting of Morning Star grange at their hall north of Albany last Saturday night. They occupied the chairs and also furnished the program of a miscellaneous character. At a recent meeting of the school board Mrs. Velma Iioyle ot Crabtree and Miss Doris Height of North Albany were hired to teach the local district school next year. Mrs. Uoyle completed the year for Mrs. Audrey Clark and Miss Height is finishing her third year as teacher for the primary grades. Crawfordsville Ci'iiwfoidsvllle. The regular monthly meeting of the Willamette Holiness association was held Wednesday at the local Wesleyan Methodist church. The Hev. D. M. Higbee of Albany delivered the mrrning address and the Rev. Or-ville Shantz was the speaker of the afternoon. Dinner was served at noon at the church. The next meeting will be held at the Mac-Farlane church in Ueiilon county. Jjihn Faust was a business caller in Sweet Home Saturday. Mickey Anderson, the three-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Anderson, suffered n painful accident last week when the little finger on her right hand ' 1 hsj A LIGHT SMOKE OF RICH, RIPE-BODIED TOBACCO PLAN YOUR MEALS FOR VARIETY Although the constituents of cigarette paper arc, in themselves, unsurpassed in purity and wholesomeness, it may, if crudely fabricated, contribute a marked degree of irritation to cigarette smoke. Cigarette paper not only envelops the tobacco in forming a cigarette, but through its physical properties may ex ercise a favorable or detrimental influence upon the products of combustion. Paper for Lucky Strike Cigarettes is . made under our own supervision. Samples of each lot of cigarette paper -manufactured are subjected to the most rigid analysis before it is used in making Lucky' Strike Cigarettes. 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