Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on April 9, 1936 · Page 12
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Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 12

Albany, Oregon
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Thursday, April 9, 1936
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' THURSDAY, APRIL- 9, 1936 F PAGE FOUR, THE -' A U B A N Y 0 1 M 0 C R A T - H E R A L" & A C B A" R Y , 0 R E 5 OTI ' Earthquake Proof and Beautiful committee to assist in cleaning off the school ground so the ball team could practice better. Another committee was appointed to pur- I chase wood. Bids showed that slabwood could be bought around LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS S2.25 a cord. I Fos jster Scio j Scio. Art Johnson, . pioneer Miss Maijorie Gcpford of Lebanon is visiting Ruth Olson this week. Vernon Nash returned to Sweet Home high school Sunday after two weeks of illness. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hall visited at Lebanon over the weekend. Elmer Spencer of Monroe visited his sister, Mrs. J. C. Stockton, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lindley of Lebanon visited Bert James and N. P. Vipond Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Briles and son, Cecil, of Lakeview community Visited Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Ingram Sunday. Mis. Emma James attened the funeral of Josephine Balch Monday afternoon in Lebanon. Otto Frank has been seriously ill with flu this week. ' miller at Scio but now a resident . of the Lebanon vicinity, is reported ! somewhat improved following an t indisposition extending over a: Tillamook were weekend guests of Dr. A. G. Prill and Mrs. Prill of! Scio. Like Dr. Prill, Mr. Walker is an outstanding bird man. Palmer Stone, son of Ira Stone of the Jordan area, has a lacerated thumb, the result of an axe wound. Several stitches were required in treatment of the gash by a local physician." Richardson Gap grange visited Santiam Valley grange Tuesday j night, this being a return visit. Santiam Valley recently officiated at a meeting at Richardson Gap. I Four members recently were ini-; tiated in the latter organization. ' They were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ron-1 er, Lucille Scheer and Tholma ' Karnosh. The lecturer presented a j program. Joint initiation in the first and second degrees was exemplified by the Morning Star j grange near Albany at Tuesday ; night's meeting. Joe Patrny, 72, still is personally ! handling his farm a few miles east i of Scio, having tilled and seeded a considerable acreage for the pres- ent season. Prior to coming to the , Scio community many years ago l period of several months. Mrs. ! Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Mars, recently of the Harrisburg Bulletin, have leased the Scio Tribune from Joe Lytle for a term of months and took charge on April 4. The Lytles plan a vacation of a few months in the hope of recuperating their health. The Mars' will occupy the Shelton residence to be vacated by the Lytles. Fir Grove Fir Grove. Joyce Carroll, who is making her home at Otto Frank's, was quite badly burned Saturday afternoon. Joyce was sitting near the fire place when her dress caught on fire. Dr. Booth dressed the burns. Junior Hudkins of Lebanon visited Robert James over the weekend. Junior formerly lived here. Loren Nash, who has been staying at Scott's Mills, returned home last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ingram and son, William, visited at the Beit James home Sunday. Mothers ! In treating children's colds, Johnson is a sister of Bill and Charley Young of Scio. N. I. Morrison and Arch Kay were among those from this vicinity who attended the Townsend rally at Lyons Saturday night. : Riley Shelton and wife. Mrs. W. A. Ewlng and Mrs. E. D. Myers ' were in Albany on busineess and pleasure Monday. . Material is being placed on the ground preparatory to the build-! Foster. C. M. Terry and W. G. Kenworthy have gone to Salem 1o work in the hop yards. O. J. Myers returned with them to his home in Salem. Mr. Tiffany was called to lus home at Amity Friday bv the illness of his wife. Mrs. Tiffany is better. Frank Link, who has been in the hospital at Euene. ,is now at the home of Gresham Paddock. Mrs. Levi- Ellis, who has been quite sick with the flu, is improv-ine. " ' s Mr. and Mrs. Dan Brown of Junction City spent Sunday at the Mealey home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pappin, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rolf, Mr. and Mrs. ,Neil Putnam and children and Walt Gilderman. all of Sweet Home, were Sundav dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Paddock. Vester Johnson, went to Albanv Monday and enlisted with the CCC and goes to Camp Cascadia Friday. ' Mrs. Otho Rice and daughter Nedra spent Monday in Sweet Home visiting with friends, i Norval Rice was an overnight Ruest of his brother and family. Mr. and Mrs. Otho Rice, Monday nii?ht. , - - i Fred Rowley,' who has been with the CCC the past two years, received an honorable discharge and is now home with his parents. ing program on the Scio mill prop-perty. At the meeting of the Townsend Strengthen the Bladder Make thi 25c Tent .Drink lots of boiled or distilled water, if irritation causes gettinir up nights, frequent desire, scanty flow, burning or backache. You know what hard water does to a teakettle. Drive out excess acid and deposits with buchu leaves, junifter oil etc., ' made " into itreen tablets calli'd Bukets, the bladder lax. Works on tho bladder similar to castor oil on the bowels. In tour days if not pleased any drujTRist will refund your 25c. Hurley'B Druif Store and Dawson Drug Co. Adv. club Monday night, election of .a . delegate to the state convention! to be held at Salem May 31 was deferred until a future meeting. A offered all teachers their positions again. Miss Marie Lane, who teaches commercial subjects, has sent in her resignation and will not return. The other teachers are Miss Georgina Clark, Gene Ins keep and Eueene Clark. Principal Kenneth Vannice was engaged bv the board some weeks ago. This leaves one vacancy, though the board has an applicant in mind for that. At the Lake Creek grange Monday night F. B. Harlow of Eugene was the speaker at the lecture hour. He was accompanied here by a Mr. Stevenson, also of Eugene. Carroll Morgan was in town Tuesday, on his way home to Florence from a trip around the vallev. He says that his father, M. D, Morgan, who ran the Harrisburg Bulletin for a number of years, and who is now publisher of the Oar at Florence, has been suffering from failing eyesight for several months and finds it hard to read or do any of the work about the shop. ' ' John Edelfson of Portland, of the U. S. National bank, was in Harrisburg on a business errand Monday. -' . The fishing season opened here with a bang Sunday but few fish suffered. A large number of anglers were out but because of the high water few catches were reported. One party of three brought in 25 trout. One of the town's best fishermen says that he caught one grayling and it by the tail. It may be two or three weeks before the water clears enough for good sport. . . i T. W. Somerville resigned from the grade school board and his resignation has been accepted. It came about through a ruling that he couldn't hold the position and work on' the school gym. He has been director for many years-Mrs. Maria Mersdorf enjoyed a visit Monday from an old time friends Mrs. Frank Bryant from Napoleon, N. D. Mrs. Bryant boarded with Mrs. Mersdorf, while teaching school in Dakota, years ago. Harry Mersdorf of Springfield accompanied her here. The school boards at their meet-ing Tuesday night appointed a don't take Mr. Patrny worked on a single floor in a Chicago factory for a period of virtually an entire generation. Mrs. McNown, residing on a farm near Thomas station, west of Scio, is ill of scarlet fever. VAPOKUB 1 speaker and a program arc planned for the meeting April 20. i Mr. and Mrs. Alex Walker of - mam-.--- 9 frigs If P m I Architects .and engineers combined Deauty with utility In the construction of new school buildings in Southern California making them virtually earthquake-proof. The striking Hall ot Science ol the Hollywood High School above was designed to withstand any repetition of temblors such as stiuck Southern CalUornla in 1933. Riverside Riverside. Two plays "Moon Beams" and "The Toy Doctor" were given by the pupils of the lower grades directed by Doris Height on the community program Saturday night. Other numbers announced by Phyllis Dallas were: reading. Grover Wiberg; reading, Louise Schlegel; songs, Carol Mercer, accompanied by her mother, Airs. Dwight Mercer; readings, Doris Schlegel, Bobby Burch, Dickie Smith and Beverly shaw. Chriss Miller led the community singing -with Margaret Jean Canning nt the piano. Cecil bosket dinner. After the dinner the Easter program will be given by tne school and Kcv. Aaron Olson of Eugene will be the speaker. West Scio West Scio. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. way to their home at Wacoma after a ten days stay at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Finley of Slayton, where they had been taken following an auto accident. . Miss Lorerie Trdliirigcr is home from Portland to spend the Easter vacation at the home of her parents. Mrs. Mary Denny visited for a few days last week at the home of her sister, Mrs. B. S. Richardson of Jefferson. White and daughters spent the! weekend at Washougal at thel home of Mr. White's mother, Mrs. Al White, and other relatives. i Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Puschel and family were Salem business visi- LET KIDNEYS FLUSH OUT 3 LBS. A DAY Clean Out 15 Miles of Kidney Tubct Nature put over 1 E mi lei of tiny tubei and fllteri in your kidneys to strain the wasto matter out of the blood. Kidney should pans 3 pints a day and so set rid ot more than three pounds of waste matter. When the pHsihiit of water is scanty, with mart inn and but nintr, the 15 miles of kid nv tuhes mav need flushing out. This dsn tors last Friday they also visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Berrell. Mr. and Mrs. " Joe Rockhill of Salem, spent last Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Quig-ley. Ed Palon and daughter accompanied Mr. and Mrs. John Honor and daughter Evelyn to Albany last Saturday on a business and pleasure trip. Mrs. Wilbert Funk was a culler one. day the latter, part of the week at the H. S. Richardson home in Jefferson. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Quigley and son Richard spent last Monday at Die T. H. Quigley home on their Harrisburg Harrisburg. The Artisan lodge was host to a visiting team from Eugene Tuesday night. The visiting lodge brought its own candidate and put on the initiatory work, assisted by a few of the local lodge. - Mrs. Ada George and son Lyle visited at Springfield recently with Mrs. Frank Fisher. Mrs. Maud Sitter went to Albany Monday to attend the funeral of a relative. Edward Trulove. Frank Trulove is a brother of the deceased. The high school board recently Ker aiitnal maybe the beginning of naunina nrkatthe, leu pains, loss of pep and tne'gy, netting up nights, swelling, puftlness unuc the eyes, headnehes and dixilness. If kidneys dnn'l emnty a pints a day and so net rid of more than 3 pounds of waste matter, your body may take up some of these poisons causing serious trouble. Don't wait I Ask your druggist for Ooan's Pills, used successfully by millions for over 40 years. They give happy relief and help the kidneys to flush out 3 pounds a day. Lilly of Corvallis presented his pet dog in tricks with: accordion accompaniment. Other numbers announced by Byron Biadshawj were: readings, Frances Miller, I Joyce Stellmacher and Frank Bryant; vocal duet, Gene Canning and daughter, Margaret Jean; vocal solo, Sheldon McGee; harmonica solo, Gilbert Shank; guitar and harmonica music, Mr. Vandeventer and son, Glenn, of Dever. Rev. Halbig of Albany gave a short pre-Easter talk. .Mr, and Mrs. Albert Swlnk and son, Marshall, Avery Swink and Boni Billy, of McDowell Creek, spent last Tuesday at the home of their; brother, Leonard Swink when the men set out a patch of Youngberry plants on the Swlnk place. .The regular community, dance will be held at the hall next Saturday) April IK No refreshments will be served. ' A quilting was held at the home of Mrs. Chriss Miller last Thursday with the following women working on a quilt for Mrs. Miller; Mrs'. J. R. Crouch, Mrs. Green Hastings, Mrs. Lola and Mrs. Cora Cheesman. Mrs. William Stellmacher, Mrs. Henry Bryant, Mrs. Martin Schultz,. Mrs.. E. J. Ek-strand and Mrs. Gene Canning. Ada Marie Bradshaw spent last week at the home of her maternal grandmother in Sulcm. Bliss Dallas has been confined to his home with a severe cold as has Mrs. Will Caldwell. Callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bryant on Thursday Afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harris and three children of Albany. They left on Friday for Advertisements Must Be Seen-- Jheir former home in Los Angeles. Mrs. Anna Altman of Portland is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Walter Cate. Mr. and Mrs. John Robison arc driving a new car. On Easter the Sunday school will meet ut eleven o'clock to be followed by a community USE ClIINKSK IIEKKS WHEN OTHERS KAIL ALL-ROAD HAZARD GUARANTEE LOW PRICES HIGH QUALITY NON-SKID TREADS RUGGED SIDEWALLS SMART APPEARANCE 170 STORE SERVICE Charlie Chan Chinese Herbs Remedies are non-poisonous, their healing virtue has been tested hundreds of years in following chronic Before You Buy Any Tires A Trite but True Statement For Buried Advertisements Never Yet Built Sales Hero is a fact wliioh, in the cousitloration of DIRECTORY """ ADVERTISING cannot be ignored "Who's Who" Business and F" Professional 1936 Directory Soon to be issued by the Albany Democrat-Herald, brings your message directly into the hands of the people with whom you wish to do business. Its circulation is not limited to just n few copies, in the hands ot business houses, to be consulted once or twice a year. Widespread Free Distribution, into the homes of Albany and surrounding district, places this business Directory where it will be consulted daily by the people interested in the service you have to offer. The Democrat-Herald's Business and Professional card announcements are NOT DL'RIKD AD VERTISEM ENTS- they are direct contact with the buyer, efficient and effective, day by day throughout the year. . MERCHANTS - - MANUFACTURER'!. - - PROFESSIONAL . MEN AND WOMEN --ORGAN IZATIONS Co n you afford to overlook this opportunity? Upon completion the first publication will be made in the columns of The Democrat-Herald. The directory will then be issued in book form, classified and alphabetically arranged, so that the information can be had at a fiance. The first pages of the book will contain useful information pertaining to the county in ;;eneral, followed by a handy guide and reference to the business and professional interests of Albanv and Linn County. 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