Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on April 9, 1936 · Page 6
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Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 6

Albany, Oregon
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Thursday, April 9, 1936
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THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1936 PAGE SIX Doubles in Brass Miss Ruth Beatty, teacher in a1 I school of Portland, is spending her ( Western Auto Observes 20th Birthday iSanTrom New York City and an el. a sister of Mrs. G'ty. wns al-uncle of Mis. J. E. Gray, was, a so u guest at the Gray home. They guest Et the Gray home last week- ictuined Sptuiday with Robert jMrs. Gray had not seen him for . Gray and Lecna Gray of Salem except fora day 'i0 J'ears , Jjo wer ovauigUt,,gusJs .at .tiw . h. i u. it simM I LATE. COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY- lyEWNrtORHGom Peoria. Mr. t and ,Mrs:. . A.- N. Sttiith of Corvallis visited Satur E. Gray home. ago. Mr. rieea Deuan woiKing lor , a firm when 17 years old and af-! ter .25 years as a traveling .man : land 25 years in charge of the of-. ; fice in New York City he was ru-i tired on a pension alter 50 years' service with the same company. service wun me same company , . of California to He came down the Atlantic coast , tumjne which were tne original. a..u w.i ..riu... . Muinn . '" 1 I after a nine months trip visiting 1 places cl interest and relatives throughout .the United States"and Canada. . . . Mrs Joseph Leopold of Mt. An- W A A)bmiyAv ! i ayi lug vdLdiiuii ill miu uuini; ji uci mother, Mrs. Laura neatly. Mrs. Fred McHargue is quite ill at her home here. Mrs. Ralph Herron, Mrs. James McMahan and Mrs. Dean Morse attended a library convention in Eugene Thursday, Mrs. C. V. Averill and son, Alfred, and daughters, Mary Ellcs and Sammie Jean, were Corvallis business visitors Saturday. Mis. J. Dey and son, John, of Coquille spent the weekend with friends here. i lVylfa rhurlno Pniih Inft Qtmrlav ' for an exteneded visit with a sick sister in Canby. Mr. and Mrs. George Mitsch and family spent Saturday in Corvallis on a shopping trip. Mrs. C. V. Averill, Mr. and Mrs. Burnelle White, and daughters. Dolores and Daphne were visitors i in Corvallis Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stanard and daughter ol Independence attended the meeting at the Baptist church Tuesday. ' Mrs. Fred Bowersox -and Mrs,-; Kena McHargue of Monmouth : were Brownsville visitors Tuesday vand attended the' all day meeting i I at the Baptist church!- i Doris Isom, Bill Dedman, and Me nnH Mrs. Rurnelle White at-' tended a meeting of the executive ? f 1irillmn4A ITninn rtt .Christian Endeavor at Oakville Sunday afternoon. Miss Isom was elected to the office of publicity superintendent of the union. Shedd Shedd. Mrs. Rose rurgeson ' I 1 Means h Commemorating Its founding in a wnlern city twenty yean ago, the Western Auto Supply Company Is-staging a huge nnnivcrxury event, aeenriling to tlie local manager of the firm. Special features of the current event are tlio Introiliieiion of new 1U.36 tout rover patterns, reduced prices on oil and batteries and a speeial trade-In allowance on old tires to purchasers of safe-treailed Western Giants. ' , Mrs. Willie Bellows' condition And FLOWERS mean a call or visit to the ALBANY FLORAL COrfor they're . always finer and ftshr.b&reif ' . We have lovely displays of Easter Lilies, other potted pl.ants.-and cut f lowers for you to. choose f r.omj Make your selection now. and. we'll ,be glad to deliver when you. desire., and sister, Miss Frances Niuel, of . Junction City attended the dis-of trict meeting of the Eastern Star Saturday evening- Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln St. John drove to Bonneville Sunday to - js was improved and she is home from the , hospital'.' Mr. and Mrs. Smith Inge . remain in quite poor health. Miss Lois Lovelt and cousin, Ronalri Swan', nf -Fnslur sriert the weekend with their mother and .unt Mrs. Maiy Lovott. mlri fam- ,iv Mr, and Mrs. C. O. Bursell end sons, Oliver. Albert and Calvin. , , ., of ralntlt vvp -p mnnnp 0iirctc rt i - - - i "" ; "-"' day. W. H. Reed, a retired business ith Ml. catch well's mother. Mrs. , Mellle Satchwell. Jean Satehwell Oregon Slate college was also 1)ome , - Miss p;insy Garland oi Albany W0I.king lor Mls . Merriam. Mildred Pimm and Connie Stone the lutt,st viclims of the mcas-; ,t,s epldt.mjc wlith is prevalent.! ivir. una mrs. u- m. inompson p, 1 1 ,,nsiif lm' hiiKinrsj in L-.ll- gene Thursday. . . , : ida Marie Adams SDCm l 11 e l weekend in Eugene visiting with her sister who is ii nurse in the Pacific hospital. .' .-. s Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pugh drove to Salem Sunday where they were guests ut the home of Mrs. Pugh's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bern hardt, iney also drove lo &uver- ' i I 115 L'voadalbin Streets i FREE, tfin and visited with Mr. and Mrs.ner guests of Mr. and Mrs- George HUFF'S GROCERY Hilly I'etrollc Ihu old Furgo Kx-pri'ss, still hns plenty iS steam up, but lie's iihIiir It to swing n xlcilgi) nii'l drive Itm-k lit Mx ninniiH'iitiil iron foundry in Du-lutli. The Kicnl little welter and liKlille found time illuming liruvy mi his hands when he retired from the ring, so lie used his ravings :c Imy the business. Here he is, shaping a bur. wedding anniversary. Present were. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith and daughter, Violet, and son, John, of Albany, Azalea Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Ritchey and sons, Bill, Alan and Dean, MJr. and Mrs. H. F, Couey and daughter Veva, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Johnson and son, Howurd, Yvonne Kerr, Mrs. Bidders, Agnes, Lorena, Melvin and Sylvester Rldders. Dclbert Chastain was absent from school Mionduy and Tuesday uf last week with the flu. The pupils of the Wells school arc staging an Easter egg hunt and taffy pull at the school house this Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Ridders were Salem business cullers on Monday. Invitations have been received here concerning the regular monthly meeting of the Suver community, 'and program to be held at the Woodman hall at Suver on Friday night, April 10. Brownnville Brownsville. The annual rally of the Buptist Women's Central Wlllumotto Association was held at the Buptist church Tuesday. Sueciul musical numbers were given. Rev, Wienegar, pastor of the First Buptist church of Salem, gave the address of the afternoon. Quite a number of out-of-town people were present. Dinner was served ut noon In the church parlors. The Study Club met Friday at the home of Mrs. Karl Stewurt. Mrs. W. H. Dcdmun and Mrs. Anno Rebhan gave the lesson on "Islands of the Sea." Most of the members were present. Mrs. J. Nichols of Medford and Mrs. Clara McCoy of Albany were guests. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Stewart assisted by her daughter, Margery Jean. Miss Barbara Clark spent Friday night in Eugene as the guest of Miss Nadine Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Temple-tan of Albany spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Anna Rebhan. SUNDAYS AND EVENINGS Saturday, Sunday and Monday, April 10, 11, 12, 13 PHONE 73 Features for Friday, s. & w. Coffee 28c ft 2 lbs 55c OPEN SECRETS IN ADOBE BUICKS !' Berkeley, Cal. Adobe bricks, itaken from the. old adobe, houses, are enabling prolessors oi rue native -llowers, fruits; field' crops wacds ad evPn plant diseases of Calitornla and which have since hoon. imnm-ted. The ;weds embed- jh in the adobe bricks furnish 'he necessary clue. . Phone 737 DELIVERY; 79- T .11' , Kerr's Products ROLLED OATS ... Quick or rog. 9 lb sack . . . . 35( PANCAKE AND ? WAFFLE FLOUR 45( 7 sack TOMATOES, jrood quality larpe-2J 'T;Vy , size can ... - 1UC KRINKLE Egg Noodles" lb-os'.. cello pkg. . CAKE FLOUR i Swansdown .-Fatkage . . . 19c 24 c ir I 3iC 1 can 55c COCOA 2 Can 15C , Rippled Wheat ,4 ' ' :- W Package "." Toba ceo 15f tins-of PrinJt? Albert and Velvet. Our regular pritje day, at the' homes jt. their, two daughters, Mrs. Elmer Munson and. Mrs. Percy-Taylor. ? Mrs. J. W. Lamar and daughter Helen' "were Corvallis shoppers Saturday. . They also visited Mrs. Lamar's sister, Mrs. O. J. Lovos. : Mr. and Mrs. George Chandler were - business tailors in Corvallis last Friday. - ' Mr-, and Mrs. R. B. Paine, Joan anil Dickie of Pine Grove visited Friday at the' home of Mrs. Paine's parents, Mir. and Mrs. Fred Hein-rich, in 'Corvallis. ' A number of Eastern Star members from this vicinity attended the district meeting held in Shedd last-" Saturday evening. Among those going from here were Mrs. Ida Freerkson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ronnenkamp, Carl Ron-nenkamp, Mrs. W. W. Abraham, Mrs. J.- W. Lamar, and Helen LaMar. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Moody were transacting business in Albany Tuesday afternoon. George Bayne drove to Salem last Sunday to visit his .son Albert Bayne. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ronnenkamp and Carl Ronnenkamp were business callers in Corvallis last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Austin of Lafayette and Mr. and Mrs. John Husen of Corvallis visited last Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs; J. W. Lamar. The Austin's are former residents of Peoria where Mr. -Austin was interested in the saw mill business for a number of years.- --Mrs,- Wayne Clark and infant daughter. are at home after a stay at the Albany general, hospital. .-Jlev,J, E. Walbeek is holding pre-Easter services ut the church beginning-' Tuesday evening and (tontinuing through Friday evening. Rev. Walbcck will be at Lake Creek Easter morning and at Peoria in the evening to hold Easter services. , Well. Wells. The Artisan's lodge held Ihejr regular monthly meeting at the Artisan's hull last Saturday night. The evening was spent in playing "500.". Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Douglas of Corvallis were visitors. Mrs. Eva Cauthorn of Independence was a -caller at the J, A, Carter-home Thursday . The Wells school baseball team played a practice game with the Mountain View team on the home diamond last Tuesday afternoon. Cold and snowyi weather prevent-ed the game from being finished. The game scheduled with the Su ver team for Friday was postponed for a Jew weeks depending on the weather. The game with Mountain View for this Friday was also can- cciea. - 'I'Sylvester Ridders : made a business, trip, to Portland last Thursday.-''',: .' - Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith of Salem spent the weekend with Mr. and Mas. P. A. Carter. - Elva Horton was absent from school Friday due to a bad cold. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Yenckel attended the funeral of her nephew. Dale Barker, at the Fortmiller funeral home In Albany on Saturday afternoon. John Ridders was surprised on Friday night when a large number of the neighbors gathered at his home in honor of his 60th birthday anniversary. The occasion was also 'Mr. and Mrs. Ridders' 18lh SMART BONNETS McOevitt's 1 ,j5 An Btyles Dale Lamar. . At the Easter service at the Methodist church an Easter ploy will be presented under tho di-, roction of Miss Katherinc Puijh, , Because of coullicting dates, the Boy Scout meeting which was earlier announced for Monday, April 13 has been set for Thursday, April 16. ' At least one par ent is asked to accompany any buys who may be interested in joining tlie troop. The meeting will be held in the basement ut the Methodist church. 7 Rev.. Kineh is conducting u Church school workers' conference which meets every two weeks in harrisburg. Next Wednesday he will be accompanied by Coach Douglas who will speak to the workers on "Tho Use of Play in Character Building." . Miss Anna Brown of Gladstone visited Mrs. F. M. Kinch on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Reed and family of Corvallis were dinner guests at tlie Methodist parsonage Kriday. , Lacomb Lacomb. Hev. Lcland Wilkcr-son of Albany held services at the Lacomb Baptist church Sunday in the absence of the pastor, Rev. Henry Turnidge, who is holding revival services in Scio. Mrs. W. 11. Stephenson of Los Angeles spent last week with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bird. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Karrell were business visitors iu Salem Mon day. Mr. and Mrs- Wilbur Turnidge This Curious . a BEANS 'Small whites or reds 5 lbs 21c - ' Blllk - .... : MACARONI, OR SPAGHETTI 4 lbs 18c 9fc 43c One Dozen Fresh Eggs FREE with each $2.00 Order, Friday and Saturday only P.&G. Soap ssrirr;4 for 15c visit with their son, Hurley, ana wife. Hurley is employed at the ui'iiiivvntv.- uu,,,. .mil riMiui ui niuuiij ... weekend ut the Brock homo. ' On Sunday his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E, C. Fisher, came for him. ,. Mrs. Ellu Crews returned Sat-urcluy from Colville, Wash., where she has spent the winter visiting with her children. . Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Porter drove to Albany Monday morning where Mrs. Porter is having dental work done. ' , On Friday, April 3, a silver tea was held in the Methodist church. The rooms were decorated with Oregon grape and spring flowers. Rugs, blankets', silver sets of South American Indians were displayed. Mrs. E. E. Reed, missionary from Chile, spoke on the work tarried on there. "Mate", Paraguayan tea, was served. Visitors were present from Tangent, Albany and the surrounding communities. The W. C. T. U, met with Mrs. Henry Holverson Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. John Cox was in charge of the program.' ' " Glen Gregory and Pearl Thompson o f Portland i visited Sunday with Mrs. Emma Gregory. J. C. Cluy, who hus been cashier in the Bank of Shedd for a number of years, has accepted a similar position in the Harrisburg bank and assumed his job Monday. R. D. Coshow of Brownsville is assisting Harold Shedd in the Shedd bank. Mrs. Charles Thompson and children of Portland arc spending the Easter vacation visiting with her mother, Mrs- Susie McBride, and other relatives. . Mr. and Mrs. Roy Miller of Bell-fountain were weekend visitors ut the Adams home. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Satchwell of Sulem were weekend visitors . - y of Scio were visitors at the home -if his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John , Tut nidge, Monday. The young I lucuplc are moving to Tennessee j this week where Wilbur has em- Iploymenl. , ! L. R. Hcnson and granddaugh- , ter, Bernice llenson, moved to Portland the iirst of the week wmii; ivn. ji--muh naa viuivj-. mem. , . ' About 25 members wete pres- . ..... i .! em Ul I it mummy juiiiiitruu mL-vt- ' . .. .. oi tne ueneru ciud weancsaay uiioruoun. Sewing for Miss Edita t'oid was the work done by tlie menibers. Mesdafties Wirt, Toler, Cora tind Pauline Turnidge, hostesses, served lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Cox and hi;iis of Lebanon were Sunday din- Mil lei Miss Zola Huzcn has been absent from school this week on i.( count of an attack of flu. Sunrise prayer meeting will beheld at the Baptist church Easter Sunday beginning at 5 o'clock a. in. The regular li o'clock services will bo in charge of the pas-tiu;, Rev. Henry Turnidge, with special Easter songs by the choir. Kuih, the two year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Clark, is very ill with measles. Will McKinney of Lebanon visited jeliitives in Lacomb Friday. Miss Helen Pyle, who is attending high school in Portland, is spending spring vacation at tlie home ot her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 11- C. Pyle. IVit-c .11, on Plijwfinp ! enpnrtino week at the Ben Olsen home I i. ear Jefferson while Mrs. Olsen visits her sister. Mrs. Graver Lew- j is and family, at Gates, Wash, j Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Shanks and sons were guests of Mrs. W. C. Skelton in Lebanon Saturday. I The girls of the 4-H club met 1 at Mrs. Nat Hyder's home Wednesday and baked cakes and en-, lortaincd the boy members of the club ut luncheon. . j Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jcuks of j Tangent were dinner guests of Mr. i and Mrs- J. W. Cox Monday eve-! ning. Later they took Mi. and Mrs. Cox for a drive in their new ! ; The Green Mountain Sunday school will give an Easter pro-1 gram Sunday and the Sunday ; school pupils will enjoy an tauter egg hunt Saturday afternoon. I Mr. and Mrs. Will Horton o f Scio were guests of Mr. and Mis j Lloyd Shanks Sunday. j World K William Ferguson A PET HceeiNG WHICH OIEO IN iwoeexead crrv, NOCTH CAROLINA, A SHORT TIME AGO, HAD A KNOWN AGE OF-9 YGA&S r ft Wl ClhrKC wc. Store Where You. Will Always Find a.Very Complete line of fresh fruits and vegetables. 9c 10c 5c CABBAGE, lb. 'Arizona .New 'rop ..-.i. v; Crisp and solid.- ORANGES, 2 doz. Fancy '3unkist GRAPEFRUIT, doz. Good quality.. k " A SMART SHOP SU IT and SMART SHOP ACCESSORI ES DO MAGICAL THINGS TO YOU ! Man-tailored suits, yet they attain complete femininity when worn with the correct accessories. $10.95 to $22.50 DRIED PRUNES Six pounds . . .-V CORNMEAL Yellow, 9tt sack CATSUP Bottle . : . . HONEY X Five pound pail . HUFF'S LETTUCE, 2 heads Fresh and crisp . 1 CARROTS, 3 bn. Good quality,. . . . SPINACH, ft. Fresh CRHSCO LINDY PEAS' 303 Cans 9c HARVEST CORN 303 9q can Sardines - Tomato or Mustard 3 cans 25C The WHOkfe.S SUCKLE rrHEllR. VOUNQ, .THE SAME AS ALU OTHER, MAMMALS. Hosiery, 79c to $1.75 Bags - Leather Bags, $1 to $2.95 Handkerchiefs, linen, and prints, . . 25c and 50c New Fabric Gloves, in pastel shades, 50c to $1.00 3 lb; SOAP SPECIALS Rinso, -large package . .19c LUX FLAKES, lge . . . 22c Lux Flakes, small, For 19c Lux Toilet Soap "- '-' .3 bars for ......... 19c Lifebuoy Soap, 3 bars . .19c White Wonder SOAP lobars 29c te INTERN ATIOfSALr exceptionally larjte variety of to match YOUR Easter en- $1.95 to $6.95 ASTRDNOfVICAC UfMIOM RECENTC READJUSTED THE BOUNDARY UlNES OP THE 9 CONSTELLATIONS OF THE HEAVCfMS ALL STAR. ATLASES NOW WILL. AGREE ,IN THIS RESPECT. Smart Shop o THE hesrtns are divided Into 89 consti'llatlons. 4 ot which were known to the an.'lrnt. Th rrtnsindi'r were formed mostly during the 1 6th und I th crncurlcs. The new boundarirs are arcs ot circles on the celestial sphere, corresponding, to circles ot longitude on Hit earth. " "STYLISH CLOTHES FOR WOMEN 1 ,K

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