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1 PAGE TWO . THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT- H E A A t D,: ALBANY, OREGON FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1936' V Mexican President Stands at Altar to Flay Priests R. A. Hulburt , attended a creamery meeting in Albany this week. held Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. R. D. Gates, one mile south of Mary's river bridge on the I gelist from Portland, will give a ' Monitor Views the News; 4:00 I short sermon, after which a break-j Musical stories; 4:30, Stories for i fast will be served at the com-1 Boys and Girls; t J , munity hall. There will be-an East-j 5:00, On the $H"puses; 5:30, er sermon with appropriate music! music; 5:45, What- the' Educators' I at the Sweet Home church at 11 :are Doing; 6:00, The Dinner Con-o'clock. At 7:30 p. m. Evangelist cert; 6:30, "Evening Farm Hour Sundstrom and his singer, Miss jjew Publications; 6:46,-, Market Hickson. will have charge of the aH 'i4nnrt: !inrfu..ia(hii- ln. NOTICE TO CITY ' SUBSCRIBERS If your paper has not been delivered by voiy: Albany cari rier by 6:00 O'clock gall ' D. M. Robrboufh, Phone 7I8-T and a copy will be delivered by special carrier. Report all other complaints to the office,"- ' Phone 15 ;'j 1 The, Albany Democrat-Herald M i r I : ...i-:..t- 1 evening sei vitK, ai wnieu llley will sing several special numbers. Mrs. Nora Palmer, who has been a guni at me iiumc ui ucri aun, Coach Harry Palmer and family, . since Sunday, left Thursday for her home at Portland. The high school will give a car-1 nival April 24. It will be sponsored j by the freshmen class, who will be assisted by the- various organiza-1 tions of the high school. A commit- tee will purchase prizes for the. carnival while at Portland Satur- j day. The Lebanon high school band ! under the direction of Vernon Wis- j with his daughter, Mrs. 'Schuyler caraon, gave a concert Wednesday N. Pyne. 1 evening. The boys and girls quaiv I Governor Martin will not re-tets sang several numbers, and ; turn to the. capitol until next First president 01 .Mexico tp eater a Roman Catnoilc church in many years, Lazaro caraeuas 11 shown as bo broke' all precedent Dy staqdlng iu tbu altar of iCIudad Gonzalez cburcb to cbarge that priests' were responsible (or tbe cmsb In mat towo 'in which. 16 were Killed and 30 wounded. Tbe rlo( broke out as worshipers emergcq from the reccn.' : ri'mii'iiefl cburcd sad battled a mission group r- that was oxnlnining Mexico's sysiem ot Social ' "rtn.-.-.t ion - bitterly opposed by tbe cburcb. ( hsts at an.ppen house oti .theu; h.vnip hi'i-n Siinrlnv on the occasion LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS '.of their impending golden wedding anniversary, wrjicn occurred, wea-nesday. Approximately 10U persons culled ut the home of the aged pair to leiicliate them. ' . ' The reception followed u family dinner ut which 17 were seated, including Mr. und Mis. W;llurd, their five children, Glenn und Everett Willard and Mrs... Clyde Williamson, Albany;, Jay Willard, Eureka, Oil., and Mrs. P. T. Ploy-hurt, Misboulu, Mont.; eight grand-chidldren and Rev. and Mrs. Jesse Lycklin of the Corvnllis Methodist church. , During the reception light refreshments were served- Mr. und Mrs. Willard were married April 8, 1RB6, in Bedford, la. They and their children moved thence to Kansas und Colorado, whence they came to Oregon 28 years ago. Mr. Willard farmed in the Knox Butte community for some time and then moved into Albany. ' The bridegroom of half u cen- several solo numbers were given by high school students. The band is practicing for the competition at Corvallis. Alta Hedlund, teacher of the fifth and sixth grades, is ill with mumps. Mrs. -Genevieve Overton is substituting for her. KOAC Radio Program Friday, April 1Q. 5:00, On the Campuses; 5:30, music; 545, The Vespers led by Rev. D. Vincent Gray; 0:00, The Dinner Concert; 6:15, Whut Trust Companies Do. 6:30, Evening Farm Hour; 6:30, Battle of Bugs; 6:45, Market and Crop Reports and Weather Forecast; 7, Agricultural Economics; 7:15, Oregonians and Their Hobbies; 8, The Oregon Stute System of Higher Education, George W. Peavy, dean and director of forestry and president of O.S.C.; 8:15, We Write a Story; 8:30, Student Forum; 8:45 Music; 9-9:15, United Press News. , Saturday, April 11 9:00 a.m. The story hour; 9:30 the Half Hour in - Good Taste, "What Next?" 10:00, music; 10:15, Guarding Your Health; 10:30, The Junior Matinee, Parrish Junior High school, Salem; 11:30, The International scene; 11:45, music. 12:00 Noon Farm Hour, 12:05, United Press news; 12:15, Agricultural Engineering Students; 12:40, market and crop reports and weather forecast. 1:00 p.m. music; 1:15, The World Book Man; 1:30, Programs on parade; 1:45, music; 2.00, The British Isles Travelogue; 2:15, music; 2:30 Romance under the Water; 2:45, music; 3:00 Travel Paths of America; 3:15, music; 3:45, The Girl to Womanhood 0 need for ffirls or women to suffer every month from periodic pains, headache or side-ache. In Kirlhood and womanhood Dp. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a very beneficial tonic. This is vi-har 1 m J. 1 1. Golcisworlh of 1116 Sonura Si,. Stockton. C'al., said: "When I was a iiiH dcvekipinc into womanluMid I was Dale anl weak - Motlicr gave mc Dr. Pierre's Favorite Prescription and it soon pave rrtief. I attain felt strong and atlive. Two hollies of the 'ravoriie Prescription was a 1 needed." Co lo your druRjiM today. .New size, labs. X. Liquid $ ifl and $1 ,?5. Write Dr. Pierce's ("link, Hulfalo, N. Y., for free medical advice. - THE WEATHER I 1 Oregon Partly cloudy tonight and Saturday, with light rains, in, northweST portion": no -hange-;in temperature) gtfitle southerly wind off, coast; Maximum temperature yesterday5 locally 65 degrqss. Minimum itcmptrature, )ast night 51 degrees, .River 5.3 ieet. . ,,, , Returns to Portlxnd-r-" Mrs. Ola Brown of Portland, who has been visiting for several days at the .home, of , Mrs., W. H. Davis, left today for her home in Portland. Visitor in Albany .v : ' t J. F. Branson f rom Roscburg was among the business visitors spend ing last night iii Albany. On Business Trio R. W. Dill, manager of the Western Auto Supply store, is leaving this afternoon for Portland to attend a meeting of managers there mis evening. To Visit Daughter W. S. Weaver left yesterday for Bremerton, Wash., to spend a few days at the home of his daughter. Rummage Sale Fri. & Sat. Hotel Albuny Bldg- Benefit' Jr.. Bund. Sponsored' by Albany Schools. '- i . 89-10 BtwineM Visitor ''..' B. T. Kumler of, Brownsville transacted business and visited friends in Albany yesterday., . Business Visitors J. J. Miller. A. V. Wells and Paul Slegerman of Portland were business visitors spending ..last nignt in Albany. Vbltinx In. Albania Mr. and Mrs. HSrrjr'lirikertbh of Dallas 'were in Albany yesterday to visit Mrs; Plnkertpn's fithet, Fred Dawsonanl ift'i-protlier, Stowoll Dawson. '" Two Baseball Camrs , The ' baseball game played yes-terdaV 'afternoon' between North Albany-' and' "Riverside' -teams at Riverside resulted in. a sooro or 6 to. 0 in favor of North Albany. A game this evening, is to be played by .the North Albany and Mooiir tain View, tcamsur tfctorth-AJU. oany grounds.. . . . VkiUnc in. Albany-Mrs. Evelyn Huddleson ol Portland, Is visiting in Albany a few days at the.htoinp of her . mother, Mj-s,. Wayne. ArnoJd";,vMlv . ... u Gifts and Eufitef Candies , at HurJpy's Drui. StprV'4 ' -n8-lB Game Association to, Meet , , The next meeting of the Santiutn Fish andi Game s,Hociutlon will be held Tuesday evening in the Albuny city hall ut, 8 .o'elpck. All metn.bers are urged to attend an an interesting meeting is anticipated. '. v v ; Dred CMcKens (op. Easter Sunday.. Shook Produce, Ph. 666. ,9-10 Tsllnun Meeting--,- The regular meeting of the Tollman community club is to be held this, evening wjth, a, pr,urun presented by the women of Die club. The general public is invited to attend. Linn-Benton Club The next regular meeting of the Linn-Benton Women's cltib will be tury ago Wednesday is now agediand Mr. and Mrs. Paul Patapoff 77 and his bride of that duy is 72. Officiol Signature Urged on Petitions highway leading south from Cor vullis. Lost Portfolio of A'.-H. S. Con test music. Finder . pleaie phqn6 370-Y by pat. noon.; Eeward, pe- Roy Warner, Sunrise., ,.al0 Program at North Albany The North Albany Parents' club is sponsoring a benefit program at the North Albany school house this evening. The program is to be conducted by Mrs. Charles Childs and Loren Luper. Son Born . A 9 'A pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Shelby of, Terre-bone. Ore., on Thursday, according to word received here. Mr. Shelby attended Albany college and Mrs. Shelby was Gladys Hag-lund;of Albany. His mother, Mrs. Noah, Shelby of Albany, left today to see her first grandchild. DANCE ALBANY MOOSE HALL Fri, nite strictly modern. Sat. note popular old time. alO Leave for, Chicago ', Mrt and Mrs. Paul Ochsner left today for Portlund to remain overnight Visiting Mr.' Ochsner brother, Kenneth, and1 tomorrow they will board the 1 Streamliner for Chicago. They will make their home there. ." P. A- K. Meeting The Daughters ot the American Revolution ure to meet Monday night at 7:15' o'clock at the home of Mrs. W. Pi Cunning, 938 W. Seventh street for dessert dinner and a business and social hour. Mrs. Elizabeth Barrett is to be fssislant hostess. . Cam to California ., 1 . Mrs. Robert Polluk (nee. Mar-guret Stevens) left lust night for California to spend the next two Weeks, with her husband, District Chief Coming This. wcoto'B meeting of Albany Kiwanis club 'wilt be held Saturday noon instead of Thursday ' in order that the official visit of Irwin H Jones, Pacific Northwest district governor. A number of members of the locul club ure in Dallas today to attend a meeting of clubs of district No. 9, located in the Willamette vulley, and will remain: cvup for i u, , dinner . und dunco this evening,, i Loiters, Unclabuedi . , The follpwirtu letters remain uncalled, tor. at, the post office: John Andrews, Mrs. J. W. Hryunt, Mr. and Mrs. lmer Bait, Heirn Boss, H. Giunbill. . IIEN& LAV BIO EGGS While some eggs are bigger than those laid by two White Leghorn hens belonging to Mr. and Mrs. W.O Skeen, 12(1 Geiuy street,' this cbuplu has issued u challenge to anyone who cun ptodutc two hens who more consistently lay big eggs. Mrs. Skcen displayed ut the Democrat-Herald office two eggs typical of those emanating from tliese two birds. One of the eggs weitMis three and oue-uiuhth ounces and the othur three and onerhalf, ounces. Until ore double-yolked as ure all of the eggs from these two liens, according to the owners , , ..... . LEGIONNAIRES TO MEET A meeting of the local Ameri can Legion post is scheduled for Monday night at the Veteran's MetnnriuJ. hall. Local Legionnaires will also attend u meeting of the Willamette Valley council at Toledo Wednesday night. . BADLY BITTEN BY DOG Frank Meister reported to the police yesterday that he was severely bitten on the leg by a dog that attacked him while he was riding a bicycle on South Washington street. Sniuit, Simple ami Simply Lovely A ruitlcrlng Wiirm-Wcalher Frock. : f Pattern 25HJ1 Here it is! The dress that never tduys liomel well, hardly ever, for it 8 a frock to win compliments und iiU'ilatlons right' und If ft ! Its most important invitation easy inaking goiw to YOU who-will want tins crisp, young frock for Spring und Suininer dress-up. It's giund for Young Things, who would look both Prim und 'Tantalizing,. Grand for their mothers, too, lor its lines also be-speak stuteliiiess and poise. ".Daughter will like it in,a printed silk crepe, nr her most becoming pastel shade. Mother's sure, to favor a dark. basic-coor sheer or novelty synthetic fur informal daytime occasions. For dress-up, cord hue. eyelet batiste or voilo are erfect. Pattern 2ft2 is available in sizes 14. 16. IH. 20. 32, 34. 36. 38, 40 and 42. Size 1(1 takes 3'a yards 89 inch fabric. Illustrated step-Instep sewing instructions included, with each pattern. . Send FIFTEEN CF.NTS (15c) in coins or stumps (coins preferred) for this' Anne Adams pattern. iniiii Y I'iNTS (30c) for both '',,. .1 Mrs. Lottie Hense and Mrs. Earl County Clerk Russell today is- shearer of the Oakville neigh-sued a request' to petition signers j borhood spent Wednesday with that they place on the petitions Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hulburt. the' same signatures under which j Loretta, Doris and Orovillo, they are registered. Some signers I Arthur, Robert Ohling are out of ure reported to have complulned. I school with the measles. ' the county clerk suid, that their j Mr. and Mrs. William Patapoff names had been stricken from pe- and Mr. and Mrs. M. Mohoff of titions even though they are re- Peoria, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Crabtree . Crabtree. . 'The . Church -of Christ are observing Easter by iviiig a program Sunday evening it the Aid hall. Mi', and Mrs. Joe Kitchen and children, Mrs. Kitchen and two aiandsons, from Alsea, who were visiting relatives and friends in Cabtree Sunday, called at the J. K. Reiley home. Other callers included Homer Davis and Mrs. Tim lielley and daughter. Teachers elected to teach the lollowing year are: Mrs. Ida Becker, upper grades and Miss Ruth Darr, primary for Crabtree school. Mrs. Velma Boyles is to teach the upper room ab Riverside , Mrs. Francis Pugh at Lakeview and Mrs. Philippi, fon Griggs. . Frank Foster, was taken to CorvallU recently to consult a doctor., , . . , Albany visitors Saturday from Crabtree .included, the following iamilies: J. K. Reiley, Mrs. Francis Kelley, C. O. Pape, Homer Davis, Thomas Edgar, Frank Bet-zer, Carl Norman, W. C. Easton, Slack Leighton, Prine and Lowe. Mrs. Velma Beck and son . arrived here from Southern Cali-fornit last week. Mrs- Beck is the eldest daughter of William Gear-hart, who is seriously ill. Mrs. Ida Becker and son, Dale, were visitors at the Davis home Sunday. Virgil Edgar, who has been in eastern, Oregon several weeks working, returned homq Monday, ill with the tlu. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Easton visited at the Stewart home Sunday. Tennessee Tennessee. As Wilbur Fitz-water wn Hi-iwinw ki.. . liiuiuieycie from Albany to Lebanon Saturday about 6 p. m., he collided with the uuiu ui jonn morris of Lebanon WhO Was illRt. tnniriHtf IU his son Elmer. Fitzwater was uuuwn aDotit feet badly injuring his face and one knee and was taken tn th Tf.h..nnn u pital where he remained several days. Mr. Morris was not seriously injured hut hie Mr I,... n ...i i - twi, u wucei and the motorcycle was badly I wrecked. 1 Mr. nnrt Mra AorlA., TTm , ...... ..uuj uiigi-i anu daughter, Roberta Bell, of Albany were Sunday visitors at tlie Will Unger home. Lon Collins Is slowly recovering from an atttack of pleurisy which has kept him bedfast the past two weeks. Mrs. Eva Seaman and son, Lowell, came Saturday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. uiiismore. L,oweu is enjoying a vacation as Portland's high schools are closed for this week. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Blacklaw and son billy spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Carter of Halsey. Mr. nnrt Mrc T T3il.,a.. : I.Seio a few days last week with her aiaiei, iviis. cineuon, wno nas oeen in frail hpjllfh fnr muriv mr,nl, Mr. and Mrs. L. Hollingsworth visited Wednesday in Salem with her Sister. Mrs. T. Hunrlrint enn nr, family. , George Ross received word Tuesday of the death of his aunt, MVq lVfcittin Pinnttoft nf DaUhJ aged 88 yean Also that his brother, Frank Ross, a former Linn county teacher, does not improve much from his operation of several months ago and that Frank's daughter-in-law is in a Portland hospital recovering from an appendicitis operation Sweet Home Sweet Home Approximately 12 cars of logs are being shipped daily from the Dollar logging camp to Portland, where they are unloaded ' in the river at Rafton. About 20 j men are employed at the camp at present. The Eugene Lumber' Co. camp I was closed mursday on account of the funeral of Harold Dollar. Mr. and Richard Miller are the parents of a 7 pound son, Ronald Lewis, who wasljorn April 3. Special Easter music and a program will be given Easter Sunday morning at the Church of Christ, following the Bible school hour. The Christian Endeavor members will join the Sodaville society at a sunrise prayer service at Sodaville Easter morning. Rev. Charles Sundstrnm. Swedish evnn- "Pretty Smooth The mirror will tell you the same thing -if it's a LEE WATER. BLOC. Come in and-try one ou ! , featured at . ) I.EESTONS $3.50 CLOTHino cc (IF! cast' ; 7:30, music; 7:45 Science news theVveek; 8:00, music of' the Of the masters; 9:00-9:ia United Press Corbett Serves as . - Oregon's Govfrno Salem, Ore., April 10- Henry L, Corbett, Portland, was governor of Oregon aguin today as Governed Martin "went; to' Bremerton, Wash., to spend the Easter holiday Tuesday. Cobett became, govern-. or through be g president of thq senate of the state legislature. Schilling FLAVOR V MEXICAN Chili Powder DR. CHAN LAM Chinese Medicine Co. Natural r?meliea for ditKirtif-rs of liver, stomach, f lands, skin A urinary system of men and women. New discovery tc? suvur diabetes without the use of insulin. 19 years, in huindft. Naturopathic Y. T. Lam, N.D. Physicians Uostaira Boom 1 and '2, Venetian Theater Bldv... Cor First aiid Brondalbin Sts., . Albany. Office Hours: t p. m. to 6 p., m. Tuesday and Saturday Only. Consultation, Blood Pressure ar.J Urine Testa Free of Coldie Chan. N.D Chants. ' Our' Prescription for . EASTER CHIC and a sure tonic' for that "tired of it all"' spring fever. Remove - that iixitatinu Jun-d r u f t and choose a flattering coiffure. ' . NEW An Oil Permanent $2.50 WALKER'S Barber and Beauty Shop 215 Lyon St.- Phone 679-4 Phone 137 Your PORTLAND Headquarters . Rates from $l.25 up , Adjoining the center of Pufcfatfi) (" . . 3 tj PENITENTEC HOLD - ' -.1 r i sn 1.J 1 WEIRD CEREMONY . '(Continued from Pan Onel As the cold night wind bites through, the. jnpuntains, a, strange procession will move' away from each morudo; At the : hpud of; the procession will be a fipitei'o'''blow- mg an unearthly melody on pito " a fife fashioned from a reed. following the "pitero" will bo., two men bcuring lanterns and then will come the "Cristo" the brother who, has bueh selected us the hon ored one for the re-enuctment of the crucifixion. Over his head will be a loose, black cap, much like a hungmun's hood, becuuse the iden tity of the Cristo is guarded secret to be known only by the brothers. The pendente soon will be soaked with his own blood as the party moves up the hill and the "Cristo" is flogged at every step. He will carry the cross on ' his shoulder. The cross is fashioned from rough timber and often weighs as much as 800 pounds. The standard drugs on the -ground and the rough timber will bite into the "Cristo's" shoulder and back. Following the trail of the cross will be other members of (he chupler, also stripped to the wuist und bare-footed. They will march ulong in measured step und each will carry a. cruel whip in his right hand. The whip is fashioned from tough fibres of yucca .or cactus. The lashes fire plaited from the fibre and cut like a knife. With every step he takes the penitente will, flog himself on the back until, the blopd comes and) the man's buck is. n raw mass, As the procession moves along men will breuk from the ranks and plunge into cuctus beds where they roll and toss In the thorny spikes us they cull upon the others to witness their devotion to the say-! iour. Finally Ihc procession will reach "Calvary." A hole has been dug and the .end or the cross win oe pluced beside the hole. Then the "Cristo" will be ashed to the cross with rones and thoncs und it wi be settled into the hole in the ground. While the "Cristo" is on the cross there is the scene of wildest frenzy. Often n wound is opened in the "Cristo's" side, to add further reality. Finally the ceremony at the cross is completed. The ' Cristo ' will be cut down and then made the honored guest ot his brother penitentes. METHODIST CHOIR TQ GIVE CONCERT (C'.ntlnuctl frum Pun Ono) vary"; soprano solo, "Calvary sung by Donnu Brown; nffeiiorv, Instrumental trio, Kamennoi Os-trow (Kubcnsleiii), KH'uan Mrs. Kwing, violin, Glenn Taylor, piano I. ura I Uurgitriir. Purl 11 Chorus: "Spring Hursts Todav". (Thompson); baritone solo. "110-sanna" (Granier) sung hv Dr. Gntchell; chorus. "When the Dawn Was Breaking" (Dickinson), incidental solos by Mrs. Stanley Peterson and Mrs. Civile Williamson (organ, trumpets, trombones and t.vmpani); vocal duet: "The Saviour Livelh" (Wilson), Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Peterson, violin obb. by Mr. Taylor; chorus "In Joseph's Lovely Garden" traditional Spanish arrangement b y Dickinson; mixed quurlct. "Why Seek Ye the Living Among the f i , ? Orleans. .- Orleuris Mr. and Mrs. Fred Arnold called ttt the Albuny .General hospital Sunday to see Mrs. Hugo Ehrlich. and baby daughter. This is their second child and first daughter. Mr. and ' Mrs.' J. T. Applegate, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Applegate drove to Hurrisburg to visit Sunday to see their son and brother, Ralph Applegate and family. ; Mrs. Glenn Faxon and daughter, Barbara and Mrs. Francis Lulu called on Mrs. J. O. Andrews Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Tedrow of Portland spent the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bennett. Sunday they drove to Alsea to spend the day on a fish- ini trin Mr. and Ws. James Greeoroft land daughter, Jean Marie, were taster dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Patapoff- of Peoria. Mr. and Mrs, J. D. Howard and daughter called ut the J. I. Applegate home one duy last week. Paul Patapoff and doughter Jean Marie to foruann last weeK-ena on a business and pleasure trip. While there they visited the A. Kovalchok family. Sunday they drove to Bonneville to see the dam. The Western Star grange will hold their regular meeting Satin'. j ... ... - . " . 2...iu j cream for Coffee. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hulburt of Tangent and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hulburt were callers at the J. O. Andrews home Sunday afternoon. Sunday night dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Patapoff were Mr. and Mrs. William aPtapoff, Mr. and Mrs. M. Mohoff, Kate Mohoff, Emma Dobrinin, Jack. Lloyd, Mike Putapoff. Mr. und Mrs. G. A. Baync called on Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mayse of the Hnlsey neighborhood Sunday afternoon. Little Cora Lee Hulburt is spending several days in Albany visiting relatives. Mr. und Mrs. Fred Arnold called ut the Oscar Ehrlich home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Rose Deny accompanied Mrs. Nina Jenks to Salem Wednesday. Mrs. James Gregorotf and Mrs. Paul Patapoff and daughter called at the home of Mrs. J. O. Andrews Tuesday afternoon. Mr. und Mrs. J. I. Applegate were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hiilburts Tuesday. 1872 Drugs Guard Your Health We hope you never need ANY medicine. But we are keepinc over 1800 different kinds on hand to be ready if you do. Carrying so many druKs is an extra expense to us but it protects you from dangerous delay. THERE Is a registered pharmacist in charge at all times. No one else is allowed to touch even a "simple" prescription. When you are not well, you'll do well to remember this dependable prescription service. HURLCV0 DRVG STOKE rhonc 309 (&)ai's fashion v3iini GOOD BAKERY PRODUCTS Every Day at De Moss Bakery We can add enjoyment to your Menus with nuiny delightful products :- -.-;'niake it a habit to come in and look over the displays.- . ,' ' ' '' See Our Easter Menu Suggestions - " De Moss Bakery s o ;;!i -J ' gularly and properly registered. I The difliculty. Russell explain- ea, arises in that many signers will append to the petitions names that ditler from on the registration books. "For example," the county clerk suid. "n voter may be registered as Sadie Jones, and then sign a mi a: petition with the name 'Mrs. John i JolK!s Wlien this ,s done tl)e sj .llul e is s,rit.Heni lul. th0 uut. (j b , Jones, Another source of difficulty is the use of initials on the petition that do not accompany the name in the rcgisti ation bonks, the eleik said. Ax illustration he cited the possiole registration of Mr. Jones as John Jones, in comparison with a signature of J. J. Jones, who might be someone else entirely. t in thei more ,lhe county clerk added, some signatures ure entirely illegible. He asked that petition circulators be sure that all signatures are legible. Lach name on every petition must be checked with the registration records, certified .and copied by the county clerk, and according to law he must bo certain that the name on the petition is thai on the registration books. Firemen Celebrate At Junction City Celebration of the sixth nnni-versaiv ol the establishment of the .luiieliMii City fire department was a major leature of the monthly meeting of the Central Willamette Fire Fighter's' association al Junction City lust night, according to Oliver Butts, clnet of the Albany lire department, who attend ed the meeting- Presiding was Vincent Hurley, Albany, who participated in or ganization of the Junction City de me June! on Citv. Haiiishnro Brownsville, Lebanon, Scio and Albany, r itleen charter members were Pie: ent. t hief Butts reported. ,, Uie state lire marshal's of- "."" una juck Mr. Taylor told of the fue- "-' meeting with the League of Oregon Cities at Salem next Mon- :lw afternoon for discussion of the mutter of sponsoring mi instruct- or tu guide the several firemen's in 'ganiitionx o( the state. Chief Gilson of Lebanon and Chief Butts of Albany discussed sevenil phas es ol tne spread of fires employ-iliK bl:ukbi.iiTl ehai ts. Claude Washburn, Jum-tiiiii Citv .council fire and water coniniittee 212 West First Street Dead?" (Geibel). Mesdames Tom pai Iment. and w ho is president of Gilchrist, Pete Ployhart. and : uK. ,(.enual Willamette associa-Mrssrs. Peterson and Littler ;,,, 1U1 ueipating m the observ-"Unfold, e Porluls, from The .Kt wore SB fonu.n. ri.,) Make The Nortonia Hotel mu.-...ji.v.ii l""".'. "'- us. organ, trumpets. trombones und tympum. --I....:.... i........ ,,A11 , 1. n l-oVc?" Vtofai bcnel jmle Members of the brass quartet Max Rohrbough and Ken- the reception was reported us en- thusinstie. Golden Wedding Is wciwrauu "y Write plainly qiimc. address and j ton' Bindley trumpets' Loren Lu- "l-J. AeTf"i;!''r' 1315 SURE Ti per and Morris Dowd trombones. .S3 ATh SIZK. The tvmpani will be played by attvSv wr .OUR SPRING 'Bill Morgan. ' J .i .i .mi smart newj The Methodist choir gave the , 'lies lluitll fit you and your entire pragrimv tit - the Shedd . u ."-V' P,01'1'"1 j Methodist church this week, when jj try ?rf.. Uth at Stark St. In ' ' ' '' ., u ' i-"1 i . 'W'tx frorks and sporti clothes j Mutter -you at piny. Collars, 1 iii-ei. skirls for multijilyuig eos- urn--. Chic ilenderizliig' styles, ''interns for tots. Fabric and ac-news. PRICE OF BOOK FIFTFEN CENTS. BOOK AND A PATTERN TOGETHER, TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Address orders to. Drmocret-lrld, Pattern, DenutmcQt. : chairman; Chief llai po, Harru.- Coivallis, April 10. (SixfiaD burj. and Chiel Nelson nf Junction Mr. and Mis. J. A. Willard. form-'City also spoke, alter Mayor J. It. ei ly of Albany but residents of Miller of Junction City had wcl-Coivallis sinc Jun, 19ia, were coined Uie visitois. , . 1 .i.

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