Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on April 8, 1936 · Page 5
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April 8, 1936

Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 5

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THE ALB'ANY DEMQCRAT-H ERALD, ALBANY, OREGON! PAGE FIVE WEDNESDAY. APRIL 8, 1936 WIND WITCHERY WINS Flood Sends First Water Over Wheeler Spillway buckle home were Mr. and Mrs, . , Arlow Hilderbrand, Clara Pullen and Bob Stewart of .Albany. LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS Alsea attended the wedding of Mary Wilson in Albany. Mrs. O. H. Stockton and son. Richard, returned from a motor trip last week extending into Washington and Idaho where thi v visited Loyal and Maurine Viekers. former Oakville residents. Mm FIRE FOUGHT WITH SNOW "' Toledo. When Haydcn Nor-wood's dairy truck cauitht fire, he i kept the blaze under control un til firemen arrived by shoveling quantities of snow from a nearby ! 'rift on the flames. - ... , . tg ilT Lebanon Lebanon. Wilbur Fitzwntcr is nt the Lebanon general hospital recovering from lace and leg lacerations which he received on Saturday evening when the motorcycle on which he waj riding struck the back of a car and overturned, throwing him to the road. The accident happened a short distance from the city limits. London's Old Savoy theater never held more appreciative au- , dienees at the first presentations J ot the Gilbert and Sullivan operas " than the two capacity houses that enjoyed the keen wit and well sung score 01 the '"ivlikuau ' presented on Thursday ai.d Friday evenings at the Lebanon hign school auditorium by the combined glee clubs under the direction ot Miss Irene Moore. Miss Betty Keebler was the accompanist. All of the leading character parts and the chorus numbers weie rendered with clear cut precision ana uilerpietatioii which would do credit to perlormers in the professional tanks. From the financial standpoint the production was one ot the most succcsslul in the histoi y of the school. More than one Hundred people called at the yueen Anne scnool on tnaay uileiuoou on tne occasion oi me annual " open .juse." iacn teucuer on me stun uaci pic-pared a Display ul tne art worn i,nd decorations made oy tne Siuu-euis. OiUQcnus 01 me uper graaes . who am studying agriculture uu- f aer the direction oi rtibcii bimons : hud constructed a lurm sceu winch consisted ot rmniaiuie , woooen buuuings, animals ana lieias thai nad oeen sown eany enough to have a green covering lor me occasion. A smaii windmill in tins laini group as cuiu.ui.va by electricity unu was- in motion. Onnl Green returned to Silver-1 ton Monday following several days spent at the home of Mr. and Mt Dick Davis. "Bud" Montgomery has moved to the Storer brothers farm located on Muddy Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Donaldson of Portland Fpent Sunday at the Misses McCune and George Willett homes.' Approximately 40 local people went to Tallman, Fridav nicht where the Oakville dramatic nlay-er presented "The Night Owl." Teachers for the twelve clasres of the Bible school nt Willamette church were chosen Sunday. Maryj Lamb was appointed secreiarv dv M. S. Coon, as superintendent. Mrs. Floy Lamb, superintendent for a number of years, was not a candidate for re-election. Illustrated lesson studies by the use of scrap books containing pictures collected by each member of the class is a feature of a class of I Bible school Eirls taupht by Mi Lottie Eacv. Each member is miking an additional book to send to I the Children's Farm Home. Members of the class are Wanda Nor- I dvke, Gertrude McLaean, Janice Millhollen, Betlv I.ehn, Bertha Brown and Phyllis Eagy. Mrs. Isabelle Thompson and sons of Portland are spending their Raster vacation at the homo of Mrs. Susie McBride their mother j and grandmother. They were visi- : ". .. , t i . i ivyi..o tors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. o j -11 OOuaVllle Sodaville. Funeral services fnr Mrs. Josephine Balch, whose death occurred at the Lebanon hospital Saturady, were conducted by Rev. Ferris Dodd at the Howe funeral chapel Monday afternoon. Interment was made at the I. O. O. F. cemetery at Lebanon. In observance of Easter under the auspices of the local church there will be a -sunrise prayer 'meeting, sermon bv the pastor at 10 o'clock and a program in the I ' ..IT twit .it .it PIMPLES Relieve the sore. lt( help heal the uqly i From External causes I tthe tested medication in Resinol EASTER SPECIAL Delicious - Fresh Appetizing Hot Cross Buns Order yours early CURRAN'S BAKERY 115 West 2nd Phone 455-H. Civen the Initial test of It8 Hood control vain? ity the torrents that rased over North Carolina, Ten (lessee, nnd Alabama. Wheeler dam Is shown here as water poured over lis spillways for the first time. The spillway section of the Riant TVA barrier on the Tennessee river is 4o reel ulRh. IJj ho a'H"'l. The tlnrii will bo completed by the end of tU IB year. place. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Campbell raising the Rales. 15 feel can evening. The 5:30 meeting will bo held on the spring grounds it the weather is favorable. Rev. Charle Sundstl.om of Portland will bring toe inc!aL.fce. ine juting Heoytu ui (he Sweet Home Evangelicill church are joining the Sodaville ; congregation in this service and Iwill be the guests of the local I Christian Endeavor at . breakfast i following. Lantern slides depicting meeting Wednesday. The time not used for the business meeting was spent in quilting. Lois Mailman, who had charge of the program, read an article on Easter Rurdens. Flower se"d and plants were ex- changed. The hostess assisted by her sister, Mrs. Henry Blackwell, served the midday meal. A program of music and talks is announced for the meeting of KxertiiiK all her charms to draw every breath of wind to her sails, C. A. Hansen's -ID-foot schooner. Water Witch, heat home a Held of the nation's finest crart in the nice for the Sir Thomas Upton 'ClinllonKC Cup off Miami. Here's the greyhound ot the sea, winner ot t recent Miami-Nassau race, pictured from the nir during the Upton event. and son spent Wednesday at Sheridan with Mr. Campbell's, parents. Mrs. II. S. Fort left by stage for California Monday to join Mr. Fort. They wiii be located at Clements, in the vicinity of Lodi. Harlcy Edwards accompanied by a friend, John Aeberg called at the Frank Crosby home Sunday borning. The men were on their way from their home at Redding, Cal., to Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Will LaRue of Albany were guests at dinner Saturday at the Earl Calahan home. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Blackwell of Hoskins visited nt the Henry Blackwell home Monday. Sundav guc ts at the R. F. Ar- the tito of ennst and special mil- those interested in the Townsend sical numbers will make up the movement at the spring hall Fri-evening program. New song books day night. It is reported that only recently purchased through the cf- j two more signers are necessary forts of the young people will be ' for the permanent organization of used for the first time on Easter, i the club. -The evening olfering will be used Mr. and Mrs. John Shields have to pay transportation on the song sold their farm south of Sodaville books and are moving to Lebanon. Mr. Mrs. J. J. Covle was hpsf ti ! Pickering and family of the Pro-the Ladies' Aid at an all-day ' vdence community will occupy ll'.v! to postpone their monthly meeting i Merlin Hill and Mrs. Leonard Mc-Tuesday, April 7, to Tuesday April j Caw. The Ben Jonson club of Jeffer-John G'Kecfe drove down to, son high school held its meeting Ash Swale Saturday to see ins at the home of Mr. A. A. Haberlv. The good and bad points of differ - small son, Phillip, who is staying with his uncie and aunt, Mr. and , Mrs. Rex Harrison. Mr. O'Kcei'e ' returned to Portland Sunday. ! Mr. and Mrs. Merle Louden of j Brush Creek were last week vis- I A SHORT SHORT STORY tjmr. ::l ' i wd .-..J 1 .tors of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Car.- I JorecflsanV and Mr. 'uHy. son' I Mrs. E. S. Bruce nnd daughter, Lloyd Bowers is doing chores ; Donna Lee, left for Pomona, Cal., for his uncle, Earl Harrison, while Saturday afternoon, called there Earl and three small sons have the i by the serious illness of her fa-measlcs. Other rneasle patients in i ther. Mr. Adamson, who suffered a Ash Swale are: Richard Whiiaker, paralytic stroke several weeks ago. for people who want to pick the right low-priced car! (.READiSC TIME, 31 SECONDS)', .... ltiiss Irene ivioore uiiecied a P--H gram of musical numoers, lea.ur-mg the voices ot . upper gioue students, ; .aold Miclieis played a clarinei soio and ivieivm oiisun was heard in a saxopnoue sulu during the program. On Thursday evening the members oi the Methodist church held the quarterly business meeting at the cnurch with Kev. Magin, district superintendent, present to receive the report. The business meeting was preceded by a covered dish dinner in the dining rogni. Mr, and mis. h. J. Iiicnardion of Salem were guests at the home of Mr. ar.d Mrs. T. H. MacMilian on Sunday. i Ash Swale 1 Ash Swale. Floyd Mullen, county agent, .is holding a rodent control demonstration on the J. C. Harrison ranch Friday morning at 8 o'clock. Every farmer in the community is urged to be present. J. K. Gamble is quite ill with "flu." ' Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Howell drove to Brush creek Monday to get Herb Lerwell, who is now helping Mr. Howell with his farm work. Mrs. F. E. Harrison accompanied them. Viola Madgin of Eugene was an overnight guest of Hazel Jean Harrison Saturday niylit. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harrison and children, Hazel Jean and Robert, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hilling south of Brownsville. Mrs. Cecil Gamble and children are ill with measles. Because a bridge near the J. R. Harrison home is being replaced, the ladies' auxiliary were obliged Russian IIOItiy.ONT.il, 1. '7 A Communist parly pioneer. Jl To abate. Winced. It Land right. 16 Sheaf. 17 Adjusts ns a watch. IS Withered. Hi Thin. 2o Type measure II I.Ike. 22 To merit. 2:: Senior. 24 To how. Answer to EIBIO N I1N U "IoTJdIIi w e E.D P io WAN OA fi E I S Is LP DO fl'Krult acid. o'n.s.e !i o NC.I Irene Gamble, Petty Clendenen and Seymour Allen. Edwin and Mane Whiiaker are back in school (iner two weeks of measles. Gerry Knuths is bacn in school again after a two weeks' absence from Ash Swale. During the time iiis brother, Billy, -was in the Lebanon hospital with pneumonia and whocping cough, Gerry attended the Lebanon scnool Ijuiy is home now, recuperating illness. Guy Burson is Elza Morgan. from a severe working for Jefferson Jefferson. The Woman's Mis sionary society of the Christian church held its April meeting in the church parlor Friday afternoon. Mrs. Thomas Bailey, state vice-president, and Mrs. C. A. Horton, district secretary, both of ! Eugene, and Mrs. Belknap. Mrs.1 Robinson, and Mrs. John Wrieht of Jefferson were guests for the meeting. Mrs. C. C. Hart conducted the business meeting in the absence of the president, Mrs. Sherman. Mrs. Guy Aupperle was in charge of the devotions. Vocal numbers were given by Mrs. J. Official frevlons ftixzlr : 10 Timber tree. tu i imncr tree TFj 11 He started o i I , as a . T- i:i Willi ilucks. 7n 15 was ic. c N A,t ;(M H "e started out V .S.tl VIA ent forms of government were dis cussed during the evening. The next meeting will be held April 31. Those present were James Anderson, Jim Barlow, John Finlav, Ir- trin n,t EVI.,..,. 1.1. T The high nnd grade school trachers were entertained by Miss Josephine Getchell and Mrs. Pearson, on the evening of April 1 nt the home of Miss Addie Libby. After business matters were dispensed with, the group spent some time in harmonica practice. The Women's Foreign Mission ary society of the Evangelical church will meet Wednesday af- ;lornoon ln tne ehul.ch) wilh" Mrs. A. Wilson, leader. Oakville. Easier will be observed at the Willamette church, Oakville, Sunday morning, with special music supervised by Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Yates and exercises during a portion of the Bible school hour in addition to the regular services. Mrs. Anderson, who has been win her mother, Mrs. Emma Archibald, at intervals for some time died at the Albany general hospital the last of the week. A number of local relatives and friends attended funeral services held in Albany Tuesday. A picnic trip to Mary's Peak is being dlanned by members of the Christian F.ndeavor society and Rev. E. J. Clark, their advisor. Vera Graff of ths Greenback district has been elected as teacher of the Greenback school for the following year to succeed Mrs. Inez Tedlock of Albany, who is retiring after fourteen years of teaching. Mrs. Miles Booth, who was called from her home in California bv the death of her father, Mr. Welch, is spending a few days with Mrs. O. R. Stoikton before returning south. Mr. and Mrs. Buell Edson left recently for Salmon, Idaho. Donald Maugh and friend from F.ddyville visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lehn during the weekend. Guests entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jochimsen Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Allen nnd son, Claire, and Grace Jochimsen of Brownsville, Mrs. Doren-becker, Muriel and Kenneth Dorenbecker from Florence, Glen Giberson and Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Barnes. A brooder house and garage are new improvements on the W. H. Eagy farm. John and "Jim" McCune of Portland were weekend visitors at tiie Misses McCune home. Announcement of the marriage of Paul Clinc and Bess Marshall in Portland was received recently by Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Keyes. Both young people are known here. The celebration of the thirtieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Gunderson was a pleasant surprise to the couple when they arrived Tiomc from church services, Sunday, and found the dining table beautifully arranged for the occasion. The party was planned by a son and daughter. Harvey and Ellen Gunderson of Los Angeles, also their daughters. Mrs. Helen Haegson. Mrs. Idella Romin nnd Julia Gunderson of North Dakota. The absent members sent a Persian bed spread and wall tapestry as gifts. Children attending the function were Forges Gunderson. of Eugene. Tressa. Vernon. Elton and Ell .worth all at home. Additional guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ward Ste-Oirt and two Children from Lbajn. Mr. and IVrs. Erg and five tnildren from, ueene aft' Frnest Lindsay While spending the weekend with homefolk, Margaret Yates of 'D'LiE'RUP'E'R V "!, is ' at . . ,'VOlt BOB v iABELIJS IBM S.AE31I OBA.D.onSPE.Afi TBLBL'A 8 AflN L!E"!dUe named after him. 25 Attitudinizes. 2xTo he In delil. 29 Cavity. .12 To close with wax. KOhnslly. ?4 Cookery formula. n6 Sliming voice. :!S Less common. 4ii New slar. 41 To move through wnlcr. 42 To allot. 4:: I. huh. 44 foot. 45 To ascend. 4n Street. 50 Tyie Hrfiuiilan) 52 Lava. 51 Corpse. T.E.R.E t R! i :g P-E'LiS I !R E ws SENATOR ROSE L0N6 5 I V E. VKltTIC.ll, i ()ne ih.it names. o Virginia willow. 3 prt of type. 4 Tardy. f I'liii es In line. 6 Sweet potato. 7 Precept. ? Snout. 9 Thought. 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