Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on April 9, 1936 · Page 7
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April 9, 1936

Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 7

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THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1936 THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-H ERALD, AL BAN Y, OREGON PAGE SEVEN Soon Thev'll , Be Driving 'Cross an . Francisco Bav Brownsville Townsend club is .pin"x...ui the entertainment. 1. ... .J ba .en ui.uot- aircvtion ol -..;i:ij x.. iuii.sen, aeoosed 'l own-cuo ciuo suae iiiuuai;er. now di-ui v.suai euucuuui ior the First Aid Teachina eated t0 sclect a sccietal"y, the 3 matter of selection was re-referred i Work to Continue his committee. . , The chapter expressed apprecia- " tion to the chamber of commerce Progress along lines of first aid for its donation of office space, and instruction during the last year to Mrs. Edwin Fortmiller for her was reported yesterday to the Linn work as local chairman of the flood county Red Cross chapter by Mrs. relief drive. , McElroy Play Cottonwood Opening For the Sunday dance at the ' "Cuuuiwood ' ballroom April 12, luanayei' hurry Wiley has made au'uugvinvhui "witn t-uje iuem.oy 01 fi,itia:i(i to present the tu- 'biSUlig Oi 14 clcUvxie UiualC.UiU ; Uiia cnlei tamers.' JJel Mime, with, - i . 4i . i NOW PLAYING . rerris u. wnne at the chapter board meeting in the Greyhound js A R A Bo iiivfM n Mr. wiiiin nrf h,. uaaies vi. m. r. to oe Pair Arrested on Car Theft Charge Inspected Tuesday band have been superintending the ' Red Cross first aid program in Linn county. , . i Annual inspection of the Al Mrs. White told also of organiza tion of a First Aid club, composed bany Ladies of the G. A. R. circle by the state president and sevei al years of experience us i master ui eeieriionies lor the larg- i Jaek CJuynn and Chester Hein-csi thealies oi the nortnwei, anil I .iei;eii were arrested on the musical director for radio sta-j tine highway south of Halsey yes-tions KGW and KEX, now M. .C. Ueauay by State Oliicer Winters una au ecior lor the McElroy oi - and i-ity Oliicer McBi ide and are gunizaliOn; -will be featured in Joeing neia here today tor Mult-liwve.ui special numoers- .. Miss j .toman county authorities on a n.aiy bhuit, talented singer and cna.fce oi luiccny involving the oi graduates of lust aid coursese. Continuation of the first aid oro- state inspector will take place at gram including life-saving instruc- a special meeting of the circle tion was ordered, and Carl KUinx- next Tuesday at the Veterans' sen,' Albany high school athletic Memorial hall, it was announced coach, was delegated to represent today- , v the chapter at a first aid and lifoi The inspection will follow the saving summer school this year. serving ot a covered dish dinner aancer, will perlorm. "The Hotciia alleged men oi an automobile reg- Five," better known as the "Hoos- . ? iei- Hot Shots," will also be pre- seined in comedy numbers. . A tpecial lltbr show will be staged immediately alter 12 o'clock midnight. . Upon. the report of W. V. Mer-'t noon. Last Tuesday the circle rill (hat three appliontioW ti. the' held,, its regular meeting, ' when office of part-time Red f oss- iirec-: three new tnembership applica-retary have been received bfy him ' uorts were approved and two as chairman of the committee dele- members were obligated. isteitd to Lowell' Blair of Bonneville. With these two Clarence Cato -s ai-o being held on a charge pi u.hng to have an operators license. The car is also being held lur the Multnomah authorities. ' High School P. T. A. . Will Elect Tuesday Here's how the Sun Francisco skyline looks il von lima vour gaze to the hallway point octwecn the city and Verba Buenn Island. Construction ol the susp? nMon bridge section ol the great San Francisco- Oakland Bay Bridge is on such a massive sra:e that instead of building one bridge, it was necessary to ,; build two bridges In tandem each 4530 tcct inns The western span presents an almost finished" appear- '. ancowlth trusses comprising the two stoel decks already in place. This view overlooking Ban "Francisco-shows the bridge from the emarcad:ro' to the anchorage' in the middle of the Day.;. TOWNSEND SHOW SET Brownsville, April a. (Special.) Motion pictures showing the story ot jtthe Townsend old age revolving pension plan, depicting the visit of Dr. Townsend to" Oregon" and enacting of "an exclusive Townsend story .from the Book ot , Lite"'' performed by Oregon characters; and a group of scenic plccuies Will-be shown at the Brownsville school gymnasium Monday, April 13. A nominal admission charge will be made, The Election of officers and transaction of other business will feature a meeting of the Albany high school Parent-Teacher association LOOK IT! DOUBLE BILL FOR NEXT Sunday - Monday : next Tuesday at 7:30 p. m it was high school teacher, on the sub- announced today by officers of the ject "Music in the Home"; music FREE COPY '. Hurry get your. FREE copy of , Philco's new Political Radio Atlas and be prepared to follow tho 193(5 political radio campaigns! Tells how ''conventions are held and candidates chosen.... , who, can vote. . . . .how president is elected history of major parties, etc. Replete with photos, maps and tally -sheets plus complete radio log and colored world map. Bring hi the coupon get your copy of th:ti colorful and instructive atlas. , . .and see and hear the new Philco the World's Leading Radio! Richardson Gap Program Planned group; l The DioEram will include a talk 'by Lettie Pratt, Madison . junior by the high school contestants in the voice contest to be held at Forest Grove April 25; songs by the Albany high school girls' quartet, clarinet solo by Eddie Goman, songs by the high school girls' glee club, accompanied by Edith Gilchrist. The third and final attendance oontest will take place at this meeting, it was announced. ROY 'S MARKET r - at the Lewisburg sawmill spent Sunday at his home. . Mr. and Mrs. Alton, Johnson moved from Albany to Parker last week where he has work on the Ernest Zilesch farm for, the summer. W. J- Kerr and Sam Suver took a truck of lambs into Portland Monday. ;., A son and daughter of Mrs. Jackson and family arrived Sun-dayt from California to make her a visit. Billy Yutzie, who has been living on the E. G. Harris farm and working in the Coots sawmill, moved his family to Albany Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lam-phere will occupy the house this summer. He will assist Mr. Harris with his farm work. Miss Vera Boydt will assist Mrs. Ralph Kester this summer wli her housework and Olive Johnson Rearing, l5tVt reckless rt iFt. 3" I u n (l tTji-v your hair iJStKtT undontiKll A'kjNtTn sy 1 V H AST0UH01HQ! tISHkSHlQ. HAIR-RAISING! ti-X.--L.-'rZ AUTHENTIC! if Talent representing the Albany chamber of commerce, directed by R. W. Tripp, chairma'h of the program committee, will present a program al the Richardson Gap, school house Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. The meeting is being fostered by the "I Will Community club" ot that community, representing two school districts. The program will include a group of selections by an Albany orchestra and a brief talk by Rex Putnam, superintendent of Albany schools-Others to appear on the program are Dr. G. F. Reid, Miss Vcl-ma Parker o Albany schools. Walter Kropp, Holt Duedall and perhaps others. Children's Chorus Will Be Organized COUPON For Free" Political Radio Atlas Yes, I would like a Free Philco Poltical Radio Atlas. It is understood this deos not put me under the slightest obligation-. Name ..... ,. Street ...;.... .City ........ .4. Check whether or not you now own a radio Yes. . '. .'. . 'No. . Plans for the formation of a Phone 58 . in PAY & SAVE Free Delivery i- Armour's Star Ham , Demonstration in Our Market ALL DAY SATURDAY i FREE ham sandwiches, cakes, and coffee. ' Don't fail to come ! FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIALS Armour's Star :. , - Fine for that Easter Dinner Steer Beef T-Bone . - I children's chorus of about 250 ! voices were announced here today , by Rev. Jack Minton, evangelist. a former Albany business man. j The chorus, which has the approv-! al of the Albamy Ministerial asso-I ciation, is to rehearse Monday, I Wednesday and Friday afternoons ! for four weeks in preparation for j a concert on WCay 8 said Rev. Min-J ton. 1 ' ! The first rehearsal is called for i Monday at 3:30 at a place to be j announced. Meetings of the group ! will be rotated among local Direct Relief Goods Decreased in March will assist Mrs. Steve Benedict. ..... E- G. Harris was a caller at Monmouth and Dallas Tuesday. Vera Couey attended - a HEC ! meeting at Corvallis high school I Friday night. , Allied Loy and Jonas Graber I Limited Edition Adults Only Ralston Motor Co. 7th and Lyon Sts. Philco Distributors BIG FEATURE NO. 2 ' Direct relief, requirements continued with slight decrease during March, according to records at the Linn county relief committee cljurches. All children between the ' of Buena Vista were calling on several families in the Suver community Monday in the interest of the Farmers' Union.., Mrs. Jesse Lamphere returned nips of A and 15 vears are eligible ! headquarters here. .whether they attend Sunday school ' .Commodity issues for last month , or not. All songs to be sung will be include the following: 540 pounds !of a religious character, many of canned beel, 43 cans of other I them being Mr. Minton's own com- meat, 48 boxes of apples, 320 positions, he stated. pounds of dried beans, 10 bottles Tuesday evening , from i several days' visit with her parents ui Salem. ..... ,. ,. Mrs. O. M. Allen is recovering 1 r 1., Tin n A Bible story teinng contest rorjoi ccanver on, izm cans ol lruit, two prizes is to be an added fea- 144 pounds of dried peas, four ture of the concert, according to I pounds of prunes, 1420 cans of from her recent attack of rheumatism, and is able to be about the house again. .. . . , ,. SATURDAY SPECIALS Shoulder Mutton Roasts, lb . ...... .' 8c Spanish Meat Rolls, each .......... 10c HamVhalf or whole, lb. .......... . .28c VERLE MILLER'S C. & C. MARKETS East Side Free West Side Phone 527-J Delivery Phone 62-J EASTER LILIES Rev. Minton. vegetables, three leather coats, 83 ' 'CLUB PLANS MEETING Announcement was made today that the Northlyn auxiliary will I di esses.- 2!) ., overcoats, .four , pairs I el pajamas, .seven pairs' of child' lien's rumpers, 22 shirts, 16 mat-tiesscs, 32 pillow lips, 88 towells land nine pillow slips- ' Play. Is Scheduled At Parents' CEP wAJNTf AC3 Club not meet Friday at the home of The grandest greeting of all for Easter Sunday r You'll enjoy choosing from our delightful assortment. ' Mrs. Leslie Memert as planned. Postponement was due to illness, it win explained. i 1 I Work on Service Station Started Other potted plants and cut flowers to select from. : Woik on building a new service sUition at Second and Ells-woitli streets by the Standard Oil cuTi)any was started this niorn-iliK by a group ot carpenters. ,: Tho now oiiilding is lo be an all .sleel building 20 by 28 feet North Albany, April 9. (Special.) Dramatic pupils of Mrs. Charles Childs, Albany high school dramatic instructor, will present a one-act play as part of 'he program at a meeting of the North Albany Parents' club at the North Albany school tomorrow at 8 p. in. The program will also include I'erjdinys and musical numbers. The entertainment will be public and a nominal admission charge will be made to raise funds foe school Improvement. The door ri7.e will be an album quilt. with a concrete floor. Rest rooms, a giea.e room and places lor stor WALKER FLORAL CO Phone 337 We will deliver any time age are included in the plans. The cost is estimated at Irom $2000 to $2500. LACKEY'S GROCERY Suver Suver. Miles Davis is still confined to his bed, but is somewhat improved. Mrs. E. J. Steele or Dallas is tayin with her mother, Mrs. O. J. Bagley, who is still quite ill. Ernie Kelly, who is employed The credit line Fresh Meats PHONE 789 . 4 Free Deliveries Daily 9:30 a. m., 11 a. m 2:50 p, in., 4 p. m. 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