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Saturday, April 11, 1936
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SATURDAY, AMirt. 11 , 1 M J H E ALBANY. DEMOCRAT.-Hf iRAL.D, ALBANY, sOflWON AGt -THREE Campfire Girls Prepare for Jubilee Lake City about "four years ago, died at, Ins home there Thursday of this' ,week. He was about 55 years of age. uiiu u ouivivca by a family. states study Americanization and encourages British subjects living in this country to take out their citizen-ship papers. Others meet for sewing, reading, or help in any o-cal philanthropies. Those who are interested and Portland on a business trip " 'this Tr Visit ALstitutioos ' ' : ' 1 T'. rpvjv classes of Albany h'lh rfhoql will eo to Salem Monday and will -visit the st,ate institutions. They will be accompanied by .their teachers, Phillip Lehman and Honry Otto. . , , 1 JvSTgM"1 1 153 .sS5Mr;. - NOTICE TO CITY ' " SUBSCRIBERS ' . If your paper has not been! delivered by your Albany car-1 rier by 6.00 o'clock call 1 ! Do M. Kohrbouih, Phone 718-Y and a copy will be delivered by special carrier. Report all other Complaints ta.thcoffiae, yt' .,; &i ; i Phpne. IS h ' ijTh'e'i" Albany .mocratrHerald bony on a trip through this section of the state. ' ' ' ' Visiting in Albany- Mis- D. L. Buiinc.i o: .Oakland, Cal., who has beta viuii Iiqi..c of her sistc, Airs. H. i'. Clai -rage, hai lett lor her hoirie. Dui-her visit here their niece, Miss Barbara Walse, who is attending college at Forest, Grove, also visited here. . In anticipation of the Campfire Girls' Silver Jubilee celebration next year Solicitor General Stanley Reed furnished the organization with a copy of the original incorporation in 1912. He is shown presenting the document to Helen Scott of Washington. In costume of typical 1937 Compllre Girl while Mrs. Arthur Vnndeuherg and Ruth Margaret Ledlg, dressed as 1912 member, look on. sons are spending Easter Sunday At Local Hospital , ' M. McAlpin of Albany was admitted to the Albany General hospital this morning for medi :al treatment and E. Princlle of Fisher was also' admitted to' receive medical aid, at &e s,ame hospital. Goes to Portland . Maurice Burke, student at Mt. Angel, left for. Portland to spend the Easter vacation with his sister, Mrs. John Conser. He visited 'in Albany the fore part of the week with his father, Frank-Burke.'5 CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank -our friends and neighbors -for ... the) kindness and sympathy shown. us in the illness and death of our beloved wife and -friend, and also Sor Jhe beautiful floral .offerings. W. E. Anderson Mrs. Maud' Wiley -, Mrs... Caddie Mvnson R. O. T. 'jp. EXPANDS ' ' Lincoln, Neb. Engineering d field artillery units of the R. O. T. C. will be' established as a part of the University-of "Nebraska military program, Chancellor E. A. Burnett announces.' At present the. school has only an infantry unit. " ". ' - ' V ' . ART GOES PHOSPHORESCENT , Paris, Paintings in which . spe-.cial phosphorescent colors .have been used to make them visible in daytime and ' in - darkness are being exhibited in Paris. .It is p new experiment jn.doeiwatw art .which fu-omjises ,to ,baCOgie fashionable. '''.' read our -. large d in J, 1. Stvxt Irifc Aepcjr Nothlrn; But Insurance '?: jog says T Visit in Portland L. P. Lennard and family are planning to spend Sunday in Portland at the homo of Mrs. Lcn-nard's mother. Kclic Found A pump of an old type supposed to have been used on the ferry boat on the Willamette river here was found recently among the relics at the old St. Charles hotel which is being .cleared of all things in it. The pump is at the Rohrbough second hand store and is believed to be fully worth while to be viewed by . all who are interested in relics. . . Married Thursday-Waldo Eugene Forster of Tangent and Miss Frances MoWhorter of. Corvallis were married in Corvallis Thursday .afternoon in a quiet ceremony at which Dr. Jesse Luckltn of the First Methodist church of that city officiated. , Jefferson Day at Corvallis Ex-Governor Oswald West Is to be the speaker at the annual Jefferson pay banquet and program next Monday evening at the Hotel Corvallis wrier the auspices of loca,f democrats., T.ickets are being sojd for the .banquet. -W. L. Goss-lin, .private secretary to Governor Martin, is to be a speaker an the program..-.', . ',' . ' ,',,',. .Visitors In Albany-Alois Vana of ' Scio and his daughter, Mrs, W. B. Smith, of Portland who i? making :her home With her father since her mother died recently, are ..visitors in Albany., today. . . ' From Brownsville r A. J". Kirk ana H. C. .Strong end family of the Brownsville neigh-borhppdiare spending -the day, in Albany , on pusiness. , Returns from Vacation Dr. J. E- Bridgwater has return-,(";A.lbany Sfom a ten .day va- caciivn spent along the coast,; where .he fished .coastal .treams and -tide-water.'iHe reports matching some line trout. .:.(,! ' r. .,: . ' . . 1 . .. L j Co la Portland ,;vLucile Murprry and Donna GUI m -vioany leu .inis morninR ocm TUB WEATHKK Oregon: Fair tonight and Sunday, except unsettled, with light rains, in extreme northwest portion; cooler in interior of southwest portion Sunday; gentle changeable wind off coast. Maximum temperature yester-1 day locally, 75 degrees; minimum temperature, 50 degrees; river, 5.2 feet. Rehearsal Called Members of the junior choir of the United .Presbyterian church are to meet at 7:30 tonight at the church for a rehearsal of tlio Easter cantata to be given Sunday night at 7:45. '. . Canby Band In Albany Some 25 or 30 members of the Canby band spent last night in Albany as guests of Max Rohr-bough, its leader, who is confined to his home on account of a broken leg. The band is being directed during Mr. Rohrbough's absence by Mrs. Helen Thompson More-land, a former resident of Albany. The band is in the annual band contest at O. S. C Working for Bryant Park F. H. Pfeiffer and W. L. Jackson, members of the Bryant park board, were in Salem yesterday afternoon to confer with WPA officials regardin gre-eroofing the pavilion in Bryant park. They were assured that the work would begin some time the latter part of this month. From Salem Frank Johnston of Salem was in Albany yesterday in the interests of his company, also 'visiting friends. ' ' ' Leaves or Portland R. R. Cronise of the Democrat-Herald left last evening for Portland to spend thd .week end on a business and pleasure trip. Dies at Salt Lake - Roy Bird, an elder brother of L. J. Bird of the Albany Auto-company, who left Albany for - Salt with friends in Portland. Miss Mildred Ransdall and Miss Carolyn Doolittle, Linn county social workers, were guest speak- ers at the meeting of the Lions club on Thursday. The regular monthly : business meeting at the Church of Christ was held on Wednesday evening and was preceded by a covered dish dinnr in tne dining room.; WOMEN'S CLUB MEETS Jefferson. (Special) Mrs. J. G. Fontaine and daughter, Mar-jorie, were hostesses to the Jefferson Woman's club meeting Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. V. D. Looney gave the Scripture reading. Miss Marguerite Looney told of the life work of Jane Addams, Miss Ethel Hickey of Mil) City was guest speaker, telling of early Easter .customs. HERE FROM SAN JOSE Mrs. S. T. Broderick and small son, Jean Denney of San Jose, Cal., are in Albany at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mason. They are the houseguests of Mrs. Web-ley Edwards, who is here visiting her parents, from her home in Hononolu. VISITING BROTHER Mrs. J. Home, of Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, and small son and daughter, are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Chandler. She is Mr. Chandler's sister, and this is her first yisit to Oregon ' ; -r -,r:- -rr--" ' - - 1 v- 1U.J 1- ' i I . . .. 'f .u . jl.imu i , uliu Alove Jo Eutene X'lie household gopas at Mr. and Mrs. L. Weldy were taken to Eugene yesterduy by. the .Cummings fi'rahsler company. Mr. Weldy is in the employ of the Southern Pacific company. We have a hair cut Ior each member of : the family. Try us. Terminal Barber Shop. all-13 Ai rives, from California J. W. Matson, father of E. E. Mutson of . Albany, arrived here this morning from jLos Angeles to visit his son and furauy. He reports it rather warm in the interior valleys of that state.' Officials Visit in Albany L. b. Mcssaer, A- W. Flnnnagan, George Hoyner, W. A.' Kasdooff and R. W. Foster, , officials of the Western Union and the Southern Pacific spent last night at a local hotel. . From Lakevlew Harry purvey of the Lakevlew schools arrived in Albany yesterday on a brief business and pleasure trip. From rfcorja , Mr. and Mrs.' Frank Smith of Peoria transacted business and visited friends in Albany yesterday. ,Visltors from Salem Wilmor ,Lamb and Ernest Curtis ,of .Salem spent last night in Albany on a business trip. From Halsey Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kirik of Halsey for many years were Albany shoppers and visitors yesterday. Attend Meet in Dallas "A. number of local Kiwanis members were in Dallas last evening .to attend a district meeting of the order. From She'dd ' Mrs. John Cox of Shedd was among out of town shoprjers and visitors in Albany yesterday. " Cm vallis. Visitors- M. KvynojoX bpve Engle and J. ("; UU'i t of Corvallis were business visitors spending last night in Albany. ' I'rnm Portland , ; Mr. and Mrs. ,W H. Kirk of Portlnnd spent Inst" night .in'-Al- TOM mm TORV nv, VAL- tU JOK A mde N0 TENDED PHONE OUT Continued -From Page 2) o'clock the hostess served light refreshments. i ... , .i . , ' Camp Tamargck Reunion Held. - : Miss Ponna Gill and Miss Lu-,cile Murphy, who ' established a girls camp near Sisters in Central ;Oregon last summer gave a reunion luncheon last SatnrHav sit "the home .ol Miss Gill's parents, Xr. and Mrs. J. G. Gill in .Lebanon jtasi oaiuraay. .me camp was named "Camp Tamarack," and ,was hostess to girls from various jparts of the state during the sum-jner months. ' Among those ,at the luncheon were: Miss Olga Jackson, Miss Pauline Harrader, leaders of various groups; Miss' Jean Merrill, ,Miss Juliarine Fortmiller, Miss Mary Louise .Olliver, Miss Doris Murphy, all of Albany; Miss Pauline Pengra, Miss JJancy Ann ,Kirk-patrick, Lebanon; Miss Jean .Clark, Seattle; Miss Margaret Selling, .Miss Pat Benson, Miss Nan Benson,' Miss Nancy" Marx, Miss ' Louise Rockey, MSss Jane Paub-man, Portland, Miss yivian Van Jfoevenb'erg, Medford,' and DorQ-JLhy Magnuson, .Eugene. .Camp awards were, made during the luncheon to Miss Jean Merrill and" Miss Margaret Selling. Miss Merrill received a set of arrows for the largest single archery score and Miss Selling won the National Archery association medal. Morse show .awards were presented to Miss Pat Benson, Miss Jortmiller,' Miss Selling, Miss JJancy Marx, Miss Harrader , and Miss Hockey. ' ' ' Miss (Sill, and Miss Murphy plan .to re-open the .camp in June and already they have received a large j number of applications from girls, who wish to ,take the summer course and vacation In the camp wmcn .is nuut in a setting or Tarn - arack trees, .high in the Cascade 'mountains. Priscil las Enjoy Murphy Hospitality. ;'Mrs. C. H. Murphy was hostess, yesterday afternoon, to the .mem-Tjers of the Priscilla club at her home on Broadalbin street with 14 ... l. I : il. i : mcriiiucia ejijuj'iiig lilt: uusmesii and social hour. Mrs. Walter Stuart was an additional guest. Closing the afternoon, " Mrs. Murphy, assisted by Mrs. Fred Ward and Miss Doris Murphy, served a light luncheon. 4 British .Daughters Hope to Organize Here. Mts. Harold Albro announces 4hnt it !o iUa nlan tn AonnitrTn a 'chapter of the Daughters of the British Empire. in Albany within me near luture ana sne nas re-1 gently received a communication from Mrs. M. J- Young, Klamath Falls, who is organizing secretary for ;the state. The covenant of the orders states that women of British birth; or a woman whose father or mother was born in any part of the British Empire, is eligible; and that the American wife or a man born in the British Empire, or the granddaughter of a British grandfather or grandmother is eligible for Associate membership. Mrs. Young stated .that it made no difference whether one was 'a citizen of the .United fitates or not, as there is nothing disloyal in the organization. ... The objects of the organization arc: social and intellectual intercourse, good fellowship and philanthropy among women of British tiirth or ancestry; the promotion of closer relationship between English speaking peoples; the promotion .of a Home ior Aged British Men and Women in the four geographical sections of the United States.' The home in the western division for .the aged is at Sierra inaare, uai. Many chapters, Mrs. Young . W rtj Lit - m MM .---! ' 1 ; mm mm eligible to join such an organization ,are asked ,to contact Mrs. Al- uru. .. , , , Carnation Club at Wi I liamson Home. Tuesday afternoon of this week the Carnatipn club members were entertained at the home of Mrs. Anna Williamson. Eiehteen mem bers enjoyed the afternoon, which was spent in a business and so. cial hour. Bringing ,tlie evening to a ciose a .covered dish" luncheon was served, with Easter being suggested in the menu. The next meeting is to be held at the home of Mrs. Everett Lamb. . : ( : ' Mrs. Cooley Has Birthday Affair. A birthday party honoring Mrs. H. V7. Cooley at her Jiome in Albany was given recently by her children.' The rooms were attractive in their decorations of spring flowers and lighted candles. Among those present .were: Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cooley of Yoncalla, Mr. and Mrs. Marvel Cooley and son, Milton; Dr. and Mrs. Monroe Cooley, and son, Dalton;' Mrs. Earl Cooley and daughter. Bettv. Sa- Jem; Mrs. Harry Howe and daughter Margaret and son Bruce, Leb-npn; H. -W. Cooley, Albany, Mr. aqd Mrs. George Berry and daughters .of Albany. ' North Albany Club Meets Recently. Mrs. Jed Looney ,entertained t,he memoers oi me jNortn Aioanv Thursday club recently at her home in North Albany, .with 16 club members present. Spring flowers were used about ,the room ana were an Heaping with ,the .taster season. A clever.contest was staged during the afternoon, with Mrs; Arthur Fuller .winning the prize. Invited guests were: Mrs. Looney' and Mrs. E. M. Perfect, Mrs. Ackerman, Miss Helen Morgan, Miss Merilee Looney and Miss Aekejjman, the latter .three assisting the hostess in serving a luncheon at the close of the afternoon. . . , . . New I dea .Members Elect Off icers. ' Thursday afternoon of last week the New Idea club members were entertained at the home of Mrs. H. W. Cooley, with a no-hostess luncheon being served at 1 o clock. the afternoon was spent informal- ly with a short business meeting j also being held. Election of off i-1 cers was held and those elected . were: Mrs. John Carnegie, presi- !dent.: M,rs- H: ucSKy' Vlee- ".- retary. Mrs. George Berry and two daughters and Mrs. Julius Voss were additional guests. , The next -meeting of the club will be held Thursday, May 7, at the home of Mrs. John Carnegie. Thimble Club Members Gather at Nygren Home. Mrs. Gus Nygren and her daughter, Mrs. Fred H. Dixon acted as hostesses to the North Albany Thimble club at the home of the latter last Wednesday. A "covered dish" luncheon was served at 1 o'clock, with covers being placed for 13 at the -table. After the luncheon the afternoon was spent socially, with contests, music and conversation being features of the social hour. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Fred Harris, 1002 E. First street, April 17. ; ' Theta Sigma Sorority Has Unique Social. One of the most interesting so- cial events on the Albany college Realize a Brand New Recipe for Slimness in this Becoming Frock Pattern 2712 "You've never lokcd so slim!" exclaims your next-door neighbor who' is quick to admire your new, daytime frock- You'll rejoice- indeed, bver the slenderizing powers of those straight-line center panels which go unbelted from neckline to hem. You'll extoll their work-saving qualities, ior they're cut in one with yokes and sleeves, and nothing could be simpler than that! If you like the veriest suggestion of a belt, you'll approve those .smart adjustable ties at either side, which assure a slender waist no matter what the scales may show. And think how nice and cool the neckline will feel, when temperatures begin to rise! Colorful tub cottons are the thing! Pattern 2712 is available in sizes 34, 36. 38, 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48. Size 36 takes 4Vi yards 36 inch fabric. Illustrated step-by-step sewing instructions included with each pattern. Send FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) In coins or stamps (coins preferred) for this Anne Adams pattern. THIRTY CENTS (30c) for both. Write plainly name, address and style number. BE SURE TO STATE SIZE. Be sure to order OUR SPRING PATTERN BOOK tor smart new clothes that'll fit you and your needs to a "T"! Gay, practical 11 Wilis IV 111CC1 JUU UI WUTK XjUVC- ly party frocks and sports clothes to flatter you at play. Collars, tumes. Chic slenderizing styles. Patterns for tots. Fabric and accessory news. PRICE OF BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS. BOOK AND A PATTERN TOGETHER, TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Address orders to Democrat-Siirtd, i'iUciu Dtai tnitul. i ! Classified Business and Professional Directory social calendar was the party staged by Theta Sigma sorority of Albany college last baturday eye ning. At 6:30 in the evening mem bers, pledges and rushees met at the home of Miss Wilma Kangas on West Seventh street for a waf - fie supper. The tables were at - tractively decorated with lighted tapers and bowls of flowers were placed aoouf me rooms. After dining the guests formed, a line party at the Venetian thea ter. Later in the evening tne girls returned to Miss Kangas' apartment for a slumber party. Sunday morning a breakfast was served, culminating the event. LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS Lebanon Lebanon and Mrs. C. W. Rice have received the announcement of the birth of a son, Donald Clarence, to Mr. and Mrs. Osmond Rice of Klamath Falls. The new arrival is the third child in the family. Mr. and Mrs, Df A. Wilcox spent several days in Marshficld last week end and returned to Lebanon on Monday. On Tuesday morning they left for Spokane to attend the yearly meeting of In- land EmDire Teachers association Mr. and Mrs. Shaler Peterson of Eimene accomoanied them on the trip and they are expected to return on Saturday. ' . Mrs. Wayne Houston and her two children- are visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Stewart. Mrs. Tom Kennedy of Portland spent the week-end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Skinner. Mrs. M. J. Dapper of Tacoma and Miss Marian Notoedt of Cottage Grove were in Lebanon on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Dapper .is head of the department of physical education of Pacific Lutheran college at. Tacoma and is attending a meeting of heads of departments at O. S. C. Miss Notoedt and Mrs. Dapper were instructors in Lebanon high school for several years. ' Miss Edna Mae Sosney is spending a few days with friends in Crawfordsville. Mrs. John Bothner, who has spent the past two weeks at the Bothner farm will return to her home near Everett, .Wash., in a few days. Mrs. T. M. Jones, Mrs. W. G. Amos, Mrs. W. C. DePew, Mrs. William Brown and Mrs. H. Y. Kirkpatrick attended the mt-et-ing of librarians held at Dallas, on Thursday. Mrs. J. E. Williams of Morn-ingsun, Ohio, is visiting at the home of ier aunt, Mrs. Lucy Stoops. Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Wemctt of Portland are spending a short time at the home of Mr. Wemett's parents. Rev. and Mrs. Frank Wcmett Mr. and Mrs. Frank Howe and family who have been living in Folsom, Cel., for the last year have -taken a house on Carolina street and will make their home in Lebanon. Mrs. Fancis Beals went to Portland on Thursday .to spend the day. R. S. Storm is in the Lebanon General hospital where he was taken Wednesday after being hit by a log. The accident which resulted in severe bruises, happened at the Dollar logging camp above Holley. Mrs. -Elnathan Lowe and Mrs. N. C. Lowe were in Albany on Thursday evening where they attended the meeting of the Order of the Eastern Star. Mrs. Paul McCfacken and two USE CHINESE HERBS WHEN OTHERS FAIL Charlie Chan Chinese Herb Remedies are non-poisonous, their healing virtue has been tested hundreds of years in following chronic ailments. S. B. 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