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April 6, 1936

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( MONDAY, APRIL, 6, 1936 THE ALBANY D EMflCftAT-H E R A L P," ALBANY, OREGON PAGE THREE. -UL!-fcDB-B!- ConquetDesert tit P2 Science, Seeks to Reclamation of a vast man-i i-mnd shown in the upper photo, is tlin and the progress u tins made in shrubs that will help restore lost in the 'ower photo. Tin1 area Ducktown basin, i" the heart I s$PJ$TLfrj or that state, and R eport conditions j are pretty bad. The Clark family! may decide to locate here. i Mrs. M;iude Blackwell left for Toledo Thursday, called there by! the illness of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. J. F. Blackwell. i Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stephen-; son and two children are moving, from Cummins residence on; Third street to the farm recently purchased by C. C. Hart near , the north city limits, where Stephenson is employed. Mrs. Rex I'obb was hostess toi the Young Women's club Wednesday afternoon at her home on Third street.- Sweet Home Sweet Home. The lettermen of the Sweet Home high school, organized a lettcrman's club Friday afternoon, with twelve charter members. The officers are Alvin 1 McLain, president; Gordon Cor-1 ner, vice - president: Beverley Wrny, secretary-treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Jones, who I have been visiting at Sweet Home, Brownsville and Cascadia duriiiii ; the past few weeks, left Saturday morning for their home at Maupin, Ore. Mrs. W. S. Sankey is at Eugene with her granddaughter, Mona Hycr, who was operated upon for mastoid trouble Thursday evening at a Eugene hospital. The child's mother is ill with flu and appendicitis at the family home in Pleasant Valley. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Miller of Hollcy are the arents of a seven pound son, born Friday, April 3. The senior class at high school have selected their plav "The Demon in the Dark," a three act mystery play. The cast requires Schilling PU AIVILLA Frozen or baked the flavor lasts Gup, Looney Butte and Sidney were given complete physical ex- j animations by the county health doctor during the past week. Fifteen students were found to have defective teeth, seven were found with nose and throat ailments. Seventv-four students were civen the tuberculin skin test, while a large number were eiven vaccinations and innoculations for dip-theria and small pox. 1 Mrs. Huuh Bilveu of Jefferson and her sister. Mrs. Adelia Sknar, of Albany left for Prineville Thursdav evening bv train, called there bv the serious illness of their brother. Henrv See'iale, who suffered a paralytic stroke. j Jefferson hns reached its oitota of S15 for relief of the flood stricken men. A sum of $16.25 wn collected here. Recent roosts at tho home hf Mr. and Mrs. A. Wilson were ', and Mrs. Roper of Medford. The Ro"p-i ar the pnrents of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson's daughter-in-law. Mrs. George Wilson, of Red Rhiff. Cal. A Southern Pacific bridge erew of about 30 men is stationed here and are putting in a new bridge nn the trestle iust south of town. M. G. Fitzpatrick is in charge of the work. Mrs. Verna Carroll and son, Joe, left for Portland Wednesday for a visit with relatives. The president, J. W. Gilmolir, presided at the reaular meeting of the Sidney-Talbot Farmer's Union meeting held in the Talbot schoolhouse northwest of Jefferson. D. E. Turnidgo was appointed to attend the state Farmers Union convention at Mt. Angel. Plans were made for a program and white elephant sale to be given at some future time. A new stove has been purchased by the local for the kitchen at the school-house. Mrs. C. S. Emery, who has been ill with a severe attack of tonsllitis, is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Hicks and son of Red Oak, Iowa are stopping with friends, the T. C. Clark family at Red Star camp near the north city limits. They are favorably impressed with Oregon, and have rented a place one mile southwest of town. Another family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Reike of Nebraska are staying ut the Clurk cabins. They exper-ienced the awful sandstorms in five men and six women.' The play is to be given May Day evening. Mrs. Hugh Gee entertained the Happy Workers club at her home Thursday. Quilting and wool picking was the order of the day. Dinner was served at noon. A business meeting , was held during the afternoon, Mrs. Asa Smith presiding. Seventeen members and five visitors were present. Pluns were made for the April birthday party. The April 9 meeting will be. at the home' of " Mrs. George Ellis. J oo LOS ANGELES $29.15 RQUNDTRIP These fares are auod in roomv coaches and chair-cars on any of our trains. There's no reason to go less comfortably when the advantages of train travel cost so little. These fares a,-e also good in roomy tourist sleeping cars, plus small benh charge. Ride while you sleep. Trains speed you along the safest highway in the worlcT No waiting for rest stops. Handy, , spick - ana - span washrooms la coaches and chair-cars. Spacioua dressing rooms in tourist cars; plenty of hot water, clean towels. ,c and lac food service in all ' ' Solitherri Pacific coaches and tourist-carat coffee or milk 3c9 sandwiches lOr, etc. Also delict- ous low-cost meals in diners, y' Southern Pacific C. R. NOKES, Agent Phone 37 1 Lebanon became one more on I ! April 2 when the Baughman j Electrical Shop formally opened for business in a location on ' West Sherman street next to the ' Mountain States. Power company office. This shop space in the Cormier building has recently been completely renovated and is a very good location close to Mani street. Hrisburg" Hariisburg. A group of neighbors helped Lawrence Whities with his new barn last week, I sometimes a dozen working on the one building. They will have it practically complete in a few days. The barn takes the place of one burned some months ago. Larch Ellenburg and Marilyn Woodson of Toledo, who have been I her visiting with their grandparents, returned to their home Monday. I Mrs. Frank Lynch returned home recently from Crawfords-ville, where she hud been caring for a daughter, Mrs. Groshong und daughter, who was born March 22. Mrs. Isom Cox returned Tuesday from a trip to Stockton, Missouri. On the way home she stopped at Hollywood, Cal., and El Pasco, Texas, to visit relatives. M. M. Herman returned to the Guy Herman home from Eugene hospital recently. Mr. Herman is past 80 years old and his health is bad. Miss Louise Stroda is visiting with relatives in Portland. She will be gone until Easter Sunday. Manuel Maker of Hopewell, was a guest at the Gerald Sitser home the first of the week. LaFayette LaBar has enlisted in the army and is now stationed at Fort Stevens, a member of the 3rd Coast artillery. Miss Myrtle Lister has returned to her work in a Portland hospital. She cared for Chnrmaine Lister here during an attack of measles. Mrs. Julin Lister was here from near Corvallis this week for a visit with her father, W. F. Eliott, and other relatives. Mrs. G. G. Belts has been taken to a Eugene hospital for medical attention. She has been ill several weeks. Mrs. Hoy Peterson and family received a visit from Mrs. Joseph Zaloom and iMrs. Margaret Murphy of Albany Tuesday. Mrs. Minnie Melvin was a visitor recently at Salem with her daughter Mrs. G. H. Albin and family. Miss Katheryn Cartwright of Newport arrived here Tuesday for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Roy Peterson and relatives. . Jefferson i - Jefferson. Mrs. R. A. Buchannn I left for Woodburn Friday morn-j ing for several days visit with 1 friends, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.1 Hickory, former Jefferson re-1 sidents. Mis. Evalyn Wall received word from Portland Wednesday morning of the birth of a grandson, ! born to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wall, in a hospital there. The baby weighted 6's pounds, and is their first child. Forty three students of the Jefferson district, including Parrish I arolina ami eastern I operations and gases fro to a lesser clegr. loiiiiuu tne basin. rarniina ami eastern QUALITY WOKK AT LOW PRICES GET ACQUAINTED EASTEK SPECIALS CASTLE OIL desert, u yp.'tkin ul' wlii.li Is uim of the V. s. Forest Service.- seeKtiiK simsisit'iory trees :imi lortility to the ltniil is imlk-iiteil of MHio n.Ti";, known as the tin1 riciuy lorosted southern leiiiiesseo. ini copper ee nearly - the Queen Anne grade school, was in the role of the interviewer. Preceding the interview the members of the Lebanon high school girls quartet sang a group of numbers including "Kotir Leaf Clover," "Allah's Holiday" and "Bird Songs at Eventide." The two closing numbers on the program, "Mah Lindy Lou" and "The Drum," were given by the boys' quartet. The program was arranged by Miss Alvin. Miss Marian Notvedt of Cottage Grove drove to Lebanon on Monday evening for a tiricf visit. Miss Nolvcdt is in charge of Field Day which will be given by the school system in the early part of May and is preparing plans for pageants and dances for the occasion. While in Lebanon she conferred with several teachers about material. Miss Vera Nicholsom, who formerly lived in Lebanon, but more recently of Los Angeles, is spending a vacation period with Lebanon friends. The total of business houses in PUSH WAVE 1 Requires no fingerwav-ing. Complete with sham- Appalachians in western .Norm relatives at Longview, Wash. I Oral Bales and son, Orval, are now recovering from a severe attack of measles. Mrs. Chas. ' Bates Sr., is helping to care for them. ' Friends and relatives of Silver- j ton and Salem were Sunday callers, at the Herman Holm place. i Mrs. T. M. Russell, son Jesse and daughters Ellen and Gert-1 rude, from Tower Grove were 1 callers at the W. H. McLain home j last Wednesday. Chas. Quarry family have recently moved from the Fred Grimes residence to a place east , of Scio. Lebanon Lebanon: Miss Belly Alvin who has . been an instructor in the primary depaVtmcnt in the; Lebanon schools for several years i was interviewed on the subject of; "The Modern Primary Room" as; a feature of the Tuesday even- ing program over KOAC at 7:30. 1 Mrs. Herbert Faller, principal of Appalachians in western .North was denuded hy lumbering meltertf, which also have atrecteil f.u.OUO aeres a.) We guarantee ull Other waves our worn. i We are also featuring NEW RAY Muchinlcss, and heat-erlcss Rft wave JJ.OU 5 $1.25 to $5 Shampoo & Fingerwave 50c a nunc M. T o home of Mrs. Henry Halverson on Wednesday afternoon, April 8. Mrs. John Cox is to have charge of the program. Halsey Halsey. A marriage license was issued Wednesday at Vancouver to Harry W. Harding, 21, and Doris L. Brock. 18, of Halsey. Harry Harding is the third son of Mr. und Mrs. M. B. Harding of Halsey; a graduate of the local high school with the class of 1933. Miss Brock is the only child1 of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brock ot : the Lake Creck community and was a senior in. the local high I school this year would have! graduated in June of this year.1 Mr. Harding is employed in Port-j land. I J. Alan Wickham, resigned ! principal of the local high school,! has been elected principal of the Gilbert school, just out of the city limits of Portland. Mrs. Ben R. Holt and daughter, Phyllis, motored to Salem Tuesday where Phyllis consulted a physician who pronounced her headaches and ear troubles due to infected sinus. She will make three trips a .week for a time for. treatments. Mrs. Frank Maxwell was hostess Wednesday afternoon to ten members of the Golda Wells guild of the Church of Christ. Mrs. Esther Albertson had charge of the lesson on "Argentina." Mrs. Donna Cross joined the club. Miss Esther Bass of Coburg was a guest. Orleans Orleans. Lois Owen has been quite sick with the flu. She had just returned to school again after having the measles. Mrs. J. R. Barnes and daughter Martha Cook attended a W. C. T. U. convention in Albany Wednesday. - The Orleans Thursday club met at the home of Mrs. Paul Patapotf with all members except one present. The afternoon was spent in peicing on a quilt and working a contest, with the prize going to Mrs. Robert Hamilton. Guests were Mrs. Robnett Sr., Mrs. Grace Hulburt, Mrs. Robnett, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ehrlich and family drove to Berlin last Sunday to visit the Frank Marquet family and Mrs. Ehrlich's aged mother, who is in poor health. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Bayne and Mr. Owens went to Dallas last Saturday to attend ' the funeral of their sister, Mrs. Fannie Owen Harrington. She had a stroke and was sick but a short time. Lowell Derry is now employed on a farm near Eugene. J. O. Andrews accompanied his father to Crabtree Sunday to see his aged grandparents, who are in poor health. Junior Faxon was the lucky boy who found the watch which was lost by Mr. Korf. Miller sburg Millersburgv Sparks Wilkinson, who has a postiion with the railway company in Seattle, visited at the home of his mother, Mrs. James G. Gourlcy Thursday and Friday. Mrs. W. N. Locke and ' Mrs. Nelson Locke of Corvallis visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James G. Gourley Thursday afternoon. Thursday evening Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Taylor of North Albany visited at the Gourley home. Mrs. Ted Gregory of Seattle is spending a few days visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Gregory and at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gass-man in Albany. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Wilson of Corvallis and Cecil Montgomery and Ernest McKinney of Tangent spent Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Alexander. The Home Economics club of the Morning Star Grange met at the home of Mrs. Frank Kizer Tuesday afternoon for a social and business gathering. Mrs. Eva Grenz and Dorothy Ammon were guests. Several WPA workers have just completed two out-door toilets at the Millersburg school. " Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nygren drove to Portland last Monday to meet Miss Charlotte Holshof of Winner, S. Dak., sister of Mrs. Nygren, who plans to spend the summer in Oregon with her sister. Miss Holshof is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Holshof who several years ago made their home on the farm now owned by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kreger. Shelburn Shelburn. Archie McCrea from Albany Prairie spent a few days with his grandfather, H. O. Shilling. Friends of Mrs. Sabina Woods of Salem, were sorry to hear of her death Tuesday. She is a sister of Mr. Jay L. Ogglesbie of this place. She resided near here several years ago. Ralph Shilling is spending a few days with his sister, Mrs. Iva McCrea, of South Albany. Mrs. Gladys Leffler spent a few days last week shopping in Portland and visiting friends and SAN DIEGO ELCORTEZ P)Hom Q ROOM A tQ1 BATH LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS Scravelhill Seravelhill. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. McGuire and daughter Bobbie were weekend guests in Albany at the home of Mr. McGuire's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mr-r.nlriv Mrs. Ed: Laschinger of Portland j spent last Sunday at the J. F. Grenz home. She is Mr. Grenz- sister. Mrs. Eva Grenz of Talbot! spent last week at the home of her son, J. F. Grenz, and family. Miss Dorothy , Ammon returned from Portland last Sunday evening I where she had spent the weekend. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hutton. While there she attended me Da net recital at the auditorium Saturday evening where Mrs. Hut-ton appeared on the program. Mrs. Tessie Robinson entertained at dinner Sunday. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hannon and children of Albany, Dewey Hannon, and Bert Tiede-mann and son, John Tiedemann, of Turner. Bert Tiedemann, who operates a sawmill near Turner, suffered a painful injury recently when the forefinger on one hand was completely crushed. Mr. and Mis. O. G. Baker of ' Macleay visited last Sunday with Mr. Baker's nephew, D. W. Porter, and family. ' Mrs. J. F. Grenz and children were business visitors in Salem Wednesday afternoon. Dean Robinson came home from the CCC camp at Roedsport to visit for a few days with his mother, Mrs. Tessie Robinson, and sisters, Beulah Robinson and Mrs. Jack Rainwater. At a board meeting held recently the school directors voted to rehire Mk-s. Edna Geer of Albany as teacher for the coming school year, with a raise in salary. Beginning Monday morning school is to be called at 8:30 instead of 9 o'clock to allow the teacher time to complete the day's work in time to meet the bus which is changing schedule. Mrs. Tessie Robinson was in Albany several days last week to be near her daughter. Mrs. Jack Rainwater, who is. ill in the hospital. . The Russell Weevil family have moved from the Miller place to the H. H. Delasaux house. Henry Freeman and Rev. Hill of Jefferson called at the D. W. Porter home Thursday evening. Mrs. W. F. Grenz. Mrs. Eva Grenz and Dorothy Ammon motored to the F. H. Kizer home near Tumble Inn Tuesday afternoon to attend the Home Economics club meeting. Mr. and Mrs. C. Thiessen motored to Scio last Sunday to attend a birthday dinner honoring Mrs. Alice Burton at the Burton home. About 50 guests from Scio. Stay-ton, Lacomb and other points were present to help Mrs. Burton celebrate.. . - Mr. and Mrs. C. Thiessen visited at the home of Mrs. Ben Olsen near Greens bridge Thursday. Mrs. E. S. Blower and Margery Grenz were honored guests at a birthday dinner at the W. F. Grenz home Thursday evening. Covers were placed for Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Brower, Mrs. Eva Grenz and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Grenz and Marjery, Billie and Jack Grenz. Spi wcer Spicer. Mrs. Alice Swander entertained members of her family at a dinner Tuesday evening honoring her son. Arnold, on his birthday anniversary. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Swander and family of Albany. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Swander and son, Richard, Henry, Lela. Lena Swander and Billy Swander, son of Arnold Swander. Dogs in vicinity have slaughtered a number of lambs for Will Forbes, Arthur Wilson and G. C. Keebler. . Mrs. Ora Greese left early Wednesday morning to visit relatives in Portland after spending several weeks here visiting her sisters, Mrs. Gladys Burkhart and Mrs. Jessie Caldwell of Rockhill. Mrs. Breese owns and operates a large sheep ranch near Prine-ville. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Ames of the Crowfoot community, visited Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Campbell. Vernon Wallace, who sustained an eye injury last week went to 'Salem last Saturday to consult an eye specialist. He was admitted to the Salem General hospital for further treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Schmucker. who left several weeks ago on a business and pleasure trip to the eastern states, have returned as far as Iowa and are visiting with relatives there before returning home. Shedd Shedd. Doris Margason accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Jack Broili of Albany to Portland Wednesday. Miss Ida Marie Adams has been elected queen of the May Day Festival. The annual junior-senior banquet will be held Friday evening April 24. Mr. and Mrs. Ren Brown have been making regular trips to Eugene where their son is receiving medical attention. John Duncan is driving a new car which he purchased recently from the McDonald Brothers. The W. T. C. U. is to meet at the CATCHING COLD? At the first warn ins sneeie quick a few drops up each nostril Its timely use helps prevent manycjWv,. CASTLE PERMANENT WAVE SHOP "A branch of one of Portlands oldest established shops." 107 Lyon St. PU 11 Copyright. 1,6. K. J. l-.eyiioldd lubaeco Company, Winston -buk-m. N. ;. -----hi """NC!.' f. 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