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Albany, Oregon
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Monday, April 13, 1936
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THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD. ALBANY, OREGON! PAGE THREE MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1936 Amateur Tars Plan World Cruise Third T. R. Does , Bit of Beauing Mrs. Charles Fullagcr. The rooms were attractively decorated with wild flowers. Guests of the club were Mrs. Harold Geil, Mrs. Clifford Babcock, Mrs. Lloyd Henderson, Mrs. George Fullagcr, Mrs. Chester Austin and Mrs. W. R. Eggleston. i m v rim Esthcr J. Bass spent Friday night, Saturday and Sunday at Coburg visiting with her parents and other relatives. R. C. Smith of Marion, father of George Smith of Halsey, died Wednesday morning at his home there after a severe illness. George and Wilma had been going down about .every other day for the last few weeks- L. D. Taylor motored to Albany Tuesday to attend the regular meeting of the Linn County Red Cross of which he is a board member. Friday afternoon he brought his father. D. Taylor, home following extraction of a troublesome eye tooth. The newly organized Community Choral club has been invited to piit on a number at the Pine Grove community cluub meeting April 17. Mrs. Nellie Savage and Mrs. LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS Shelburn ' Shelburn. Sunday callers at the W. H. McLain home were Mrs. T. M. Russell and sons Jesse and Dor-an and daughters Clio and Gertrude Elizabeth, of Tower Grove, Ruth Moore and Virginia Doerfler Mrs. Frank Wemett. Mrs. C. W. Rice and Mrs. E. E. Taylor assisting. Readings were given by Mrs. Gcllinger, Mrs. Fisher and Mrs. Taylor. Each of the three Lebanon entrants in the junior band instruments solo division of the state band contest held in Corvallis on Friday won either a first or second place. Harold Post who entered in the trumpet solo contest took first place. Mjclvin Gilson winner of first place in last years saxophone contest won second place this year. Harold Michels, who has been a I T. C. Isom and daughter, Mrs. Alctha Siarr, were business visit - 1 memoer oi ine uanu ur srvvi in j of Albany, Arthur MeClain andi family of Portland. Harold Burns i and Mr. Savage of Salem. j Wolbee Kuicken is improving ' slowly from his recent attack of i flu. , . . Nelle Frum have been elected delegates and Mrs. Muriel Robins and Mrs. Mnbol Robins as alternates to the Rebekoh assembly in Roseburg late in May. Mrs. Nellie Savage was recommended for dis- vears won si'umu piuiv in mi.-clarinet competition. On Tuesday afternoon the Sunshine club met at the home of Mrs. Dart Long on Walnut street. The trie deputy president- The seventh and eighth grade toDic for the club year has been school boys' baseball team de "Loafing Through Oregon" and the program for the day was in the feated the local high school girls form of two reports on the ecn- baseball team Thursday afternoon rral subject, Mrs. George Billings nrpsented "OreCon Romance in ors in Albany Tuesday. Wallace Cosliow visited Tuesday in Waldport and other coast towns in the interest of Sumpter Feed and Seed company. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stanwood, former residents of Brownsville now in Vancouver, Wash., visited here Monday and Tuesday. Mr, and Mrs. George Fruitt at-tt-nded the Linn county grange council at Berlin grange holl Monday night. Mrs. Paul Smith and daughter, Patty and son, Wallace Lee, of Portland, are visiting at the Kenneth Overton home. Mrs. Victor Weber from Portland came Wednc&day to spend the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. White. The regular meeting of the Brownsville Townsend club -was held Monday evening in -the Woodman hall. A large number of members were present. Arrangements were made to show the pictures of Dr. Francis E. Townsend' J visit to Oregon, which the club is sponsoring. These will be shown in the school gymnasium Monday evening, April 13. I Indian Legends" and Mrs. Jane in a game of indoor for the second time. The store was 17 to 8. Mrs. Harry Bressler has received word of the death of her only sister. Mrs. Maud Slygh, 48, Fitzwater read several interesting ketches on the lives of early set tlors in presenting ner topic miiv . ,Mri(,.,ond(,m.., ... tne Salem hos- P.oneering Oregon An ' ""V0"1 1 nihil. s,)(; dk,d Wednesday April W. H. McLain is improving from a heart attack. Oral Bates and son Oscar are both able to be up from their attack of measles. Mrs. T. M. Russell of Tower Grove spent Friday of this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs W. H. McLain. The cottage being built on Mrs. Esther Main's Shelburn property will soon be ready for the doors and windows. Jess Nichols has a new colt which arrived Tuesday. Mr., and Mrs. J. L. Oglesbee attended the funeral of his sister, Mrs. Preston Woods, at Salem April 3. Mrs. Woods formerly lived near Shelburn. The WPA road, crew is still working near Mertz' corner. They are putting in galvanized pipes where the small bridges were. UlSCUr.SlUII (II lllltll Ilisiwi iwil mm - acters and places closed the meeting. Mrs. Leali Golden. Mrs. Oscar DO YOUR insurance policies guarantee all the protection you think they do? Arc you sure? Would you like to have us study them and tell you just what they agree to do? Our free survey agree to do? Uwen Beam Agency 125 West Second Street 475-1 Opposite Post Office 8. The Harry Dressier family have all been very sick with influenza. Four children, Francis Lorcne, Emiline, Harry, jr. and Jackie have been very ill. Harry was absent from school two weeks. Both of the boys have to be helped to wi'lk around in the house. Golden and Mrs. Phil Lanning were invited for the afternoon. I Members of the Riverside Scw-! ing Circle were entertained by Mrs. David Parton at a one o'clock (covered dish luncheon on Thurs-i dav. Mrs. O. C. Keefhaver, who tv-it-. , '"'VI I X. Oakville has been ill for sonic time was able to be present. The afternoon was spent in quilting for Mrs. Keefhaver and in making plans for the Mother's Day party to be held at Mrs. Lloyd Tuckers home at the first meeting in May. -Mr. and Mrs. James O'Hara entertained the members of the Pres- Oakville. Mrs. Taylor Porter, Mrs. Annie Millhollen, Mrs. Thorpe Think what a single telephone call can mean..! ana Mrs. warren Hamlin of Cor-vallis and vicinity were Wednes day visitors at the Mrs. McCune home. M. H. Acheson came from Al Like the hllies it produces so , byterian choir and friends on Sun-luxuriously, the benign Bermuda ; day evening following the presen-chmaie makes romance bloom, r ta('i0n of the Easter cantata. too, , bringing young men and bany Thursday evening to test a power mower which was recently THEN. . . think of its low cost Mrs. Dolph Reeves - and Mrs. y ; secured lor use in the Oakville , ix-minei y . mis plot 01 ground, ol "DOCTOR, QUICK! THERE'S BEEN AN ACCIDENT I WHAT CAN I BE DOING IN THE MEANTIME?" Knox Butte . Knox Butte-'-i Mrs. " Winnie Marshall, who has spent the- past nine weeks in Mill Valley, Cal., with Captain and Mrs. Archibald, returned home Monday evening. - - Mr. and Mrs. Sam Keebler and sons were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. antt Mrs. Roy Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Burkhart of Tennessee came for the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Creig Bowers have gone to the Walker hop yard near Independence where Creig has "-ork. Mrs. George Miller of Marion spent several days of last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bilyeu. Manley Copeland and son David spent Sunday on ' a fishing trip south of Alsea..They returned with a nice catch. Mir. and Mrs. Dick TaDDcr and interest to many because of its historical value, is in condition for Samuel Garland were hostesses to the members of chapter V of P. E. O. at a one o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. Reeves on Tuesday. A paper on New York City was read by Mrs. Hiram Groves as the main feature of the program. This was the second of the scries of ine continued use or the mower women togelner from lor ana near. Chatting together at the Hamilton Hololare Natalie Fulsome of Boston and Theodore Roosevelt, 3d, of New York. officers of the Oakville cemetery Association including M. H. Acheson and Mrs. Jennie Gaff of Albany, George Millhollen, George Willett and John Williamson met says Mr. Acheson. The contrast in papers wmcn will De presented during the year on American cities. Mrs. Wayne Houston of The fact that their knowledge of navigation has been limited to several months' experience on San Francisco Bay hasn't daunted Mr. and Mrs. Scott Newhall, young Berkeley, Calit., socialite couple, in planning a world cruise. They left San Francisco in the 42-foot ketcli Mermaid to sail for Africa via Cape Horn. Photos show them and , the Mermaid. the appearance of the cemetery now compared with the rough ground, overgrown with brush, a few years ago is spoken of as noticeable. Al Cook made a business trip to the Scio vicinity recently. home TJnowi Wnch lWro E I. Chirk of at the George Millhollen . Tueseday night to discuss business Seattle and Mrs. J. C. Irvine of connected with the association. j Albany were present at the meet- mrs.-jacK unaerwood ot Hal- Mrs. Aaron Keyes went to Port Mrs. Estella Evans left last Mon- Mrs. Edna Slavens on Sunday, of ing. ly siirai j jiursaay at ine nome oi iand Saturday to be with hor day for an extended trip through i last week . . -. . ...... j lHUIMlflV CllllllR On Mrs. Earl Shearer. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolcott and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wolcott of Cor- California. She was accompanied! Marion Forgey of Eugene stayed i m" ,.,C,it vu' j ..... 'daugmer, Elizabeth Keyes, taster .Kathleen Skinner entertained at vallis spent Sunday afternoon at by her son, Kenneth, and her fa wiin i rirnns ni'ri' Him ....... . ... bridge at the Skinner studio. Two tables were in play during the evening and at the close of the time Tuesday nights. He was a witness at the a,a?lcs cSri"' Wh,hi,S i in the Cronin trial lu v-nancs rampton Crabtree for some time, returned Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kelley , noI5f" ,,,. M,, , ,'' home last week for an indefinite honors in cards went to miss ji-iiiu Randlc and Mrs. Jack Canoy. ther, John Smith. They plan to visit relatives at ,Lodi and San Francisco. j Mrs. Orvillc Shantz is assisting in the post office during Mrs. Evans' absence. have moved to Bass' mill as Mr.. tne n. u. Tapper home. Berkie Byers has work with the county surveyor. The Birthday club met Thursday with Mrs. Heiser''with 17 present. The guests were Mrs. Griffin and Mrs Spilde and: Mrs. Frank Fcr- nen fiain w. u. r. u. is scheduled , rvril Botkin of Albany was Kellcy has work there. for Thursday afternoon. Mrs, meeting old friends and neighbors at Oakville Friday night. Halsey Halsey. Jess Whitlach of Klam-: Mrs. Wayne Smith became seri nel.' Mrs. Griffin was voted to membership. The . next meeting nSJ"ai Goshen to consult Dr. Radabaugh. Emma Archibald is named as hostess. Mrs. Anna Kendall, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Williams, Mr. and Mis. Verne Williams, Lloyd Kendall, Doris, Kenneth and Melvin, Wil Lebanon ath Falls arrived Thursday tJ will be May 14 with Mjs. McDon She was operated on Monday night Lebanon. The Loyaltv class ofi,...i ; i.., n.i Tooinr nnri ald V u n tjnr. "...! ' n for acute appendicitis and is doing the Methodist Sunday school held 1 0'tll(,r tl,as and friends.' Mr. . '. '. . . ae imll ne fmilH ho dvnpftflH ' liams spent last Sunday with Mr. the ragular quarterly meeting on Brownsville Brownsville. Mr. and Mrs. A. Thomas entertained Tuesday evening with a 6 o'clock dinner. The evening was spent in playing bridge. Edward Cox of Sweet Home, caretaker of Fish Lake for the forest service, and Harry Thompson, forest ranger located at the Cascadia station, spent Tuesday in Brownsville visiting his brother, land on Dusiness iriday. wilbcrt, - . r Whitlach formerly resided here. Mrs. C. B. Ruth and son, D. J. Hugh Smith of Portland has took her down Iori.s often find that ihry have lirrn payinc: bin prlrr for being without a telephone. Tiny iny in various wy. In Inronvenienro, trouble anil tliconifnrt.v In Ions of ronlarts wilh fricmla and ariuaiiituure. In IohI opportunilli'B. lu ortuul peril of sudilen emergencies. . ,. In countless cases when tinio saving is vital. Im y.Mir homo linked up with tllo telephone uing worlil? May wo Irlt you moro about il't . ' TACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Telephone 88 Ruth of Eugene were brief visitors been called to Crawfordsville by the serious illness of his brother, Jim Smith. He was accompanied by a nephew, Mr. Holmes, also of Portland. and Mrs. Ray Jackson at their Wednesday with a one o clock Scio home. ' I luncheon in the social hall of the Ralph Waddell has Completed church. Following the luncheon a repairing the roof on the residence program under the direction of occupied by his mother. Mrs. Mary i Mrs. W. C. Skelton was opened by Waddell. The building was recentr i roll call with response in Bible ly damages by fire. ' verses. The devotional service was Two trucks from Albany were musical in nature and was led by at the B. M. Bond home Friday. Thomas McQueen of Holley was in town Wednesday transacting business. Ed Ferrier of Brownsville made a visit to friends in town Wednes- Frank Wilhoit and Floyd Doug- George Cox. lass have been suffering from at ine luesaay Bridge ciud met hauling oak logs from the Jack-1 Mrs. F. A. Sikes with Mrs. Ray- Tuesday afternoon at the home of son timber Friday 'mond Wemett ot the piano and day. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walcott of Corvallis are moving back to their ranch on the Santiam road. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz, who have been living there are moving to Sweet Home. Mrs. Ira Cox and Mrs. George Grooms entertained the Sunshine Circle Thursday with 30 attending, the guests were Mrs. Caswell, Mi s. Alford and Edna. Mrs. Orrie Cox and Mrs. Ressell Reeves of Albany. The next meeting will be with Mrs. A. H. Cyrus and the quilt that the circle has been piecing will be quilted out. 1 oke Camels for Digestion's tacks of flu. Leslie Kelley and Mr. and Mrs. Kedric Kelley and two children of Cascadia spent last Sunday at the Charles Kelley home. Mrs. Kelley and children remained for an extended visit. , Mr. Henry Kile and daughter, Verla, of Oakridge were weekend guests of Mrs. Kile's mother. Mrs. Ellen Follett. Mr. Kile, who is working in Sweet Home, spent Sunday at the Follett home. Mrs. Kile was formerly Mrs. Dorothy Nelson. The regular meeting of the Townsend Club was held Thursday night in the 1. O. O. F. hall. On Sunday of last week the fol CoprHsht 19, R. t- Reyiwltli Tobiwo CompMiy, Winston -Stfcm. N. C. - Crawfordsville Crawfordsville. The Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary society met in an all day session Wednesday at the home of the president, Mrs. Orville Shantz. Six members were present and two visitors, Mrs. Stark and Mrs. Oscar Ross. Myrtle Van Epos arrived here ii lowing were guests at the home of Wednesday from Napa, Cal., where ; Grandma Banta: Mr. and Mrs. Newland of Brownsville, Mr. and she has been living for the past several months. She was called home by the illness of her grandmother. Mrs. Hattie Van Epps. "Aunt Belle" Wilson is in a - somewhat improved condition in the Albany hospital, following her removal to that place on Tuesday of last week. She is suffering from a number of complications. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sellers of Albany took her to the hospital. Mrs. John Banta and Mr. and Mrs. San Banta of Waterloo, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Banta of Hollcy. The Brush Creek school board has elected Miss lone Miller of Halsey to teach the Brush Creek school. ' Hyla Sue, the five year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Springer, has been very ill with pneumonia. Mrs. True Brown and three chil Mrs. Edna Slavens has moved onto the F. M. Bear Poultry farm dren spent several davs at the and will assist in the care of the home of relatives Philomath baby chicks. Mr. and Mrs. Willis . the last of the week. Slavens are occupying Mrs. Slav- Mrs. Lulu Patterson ,and Joe ens house in town during her ab-1 Connor of Albany and Ivan Mur-sence. phy were guests at the home of SO' vUL TAKE JHE a . BARONIAL DINING at the Winter Place Tavern in Boston. Theodore Roosevelt, Enrico Caruso, Henry Cabot Lodge praised its famous r.n. Mora r,mli rpinii iiinrpmi. Nirk Stuhl (ltf(. tnailre A'hilel. MEASURING THE EFFECT on digestion of smoking Camels (ahotc). Delicate machines measure the (low of digestive secretions. The evidence shows that smoking t Camel increases the accretion of digestive fluids. The importance of this extra secretion in facilitating digestion is a matter of common knowledge. So smoke Camels... for digestion's sake.. .and for their costlier tobaccos. Camels set you rightl says: "Camels have the gift of making great dishes more enjoyable. Camels arc the most popular cigarette at the Winter Place Tavern, rf: OTair I I Smoking Camels Promotes Enjoyment of Good Food and Stimulates Digestion Our nervous modern life often affects digestion. Mental effort physical rush slow dou a the flow of tka aligattiva luitls. Smoking Camels rtifrri aid 'mtbmih this accessary flow. Sti.atAc rsrc d.aaiwlj confirms the tact that Caaaala caiaaaf dittion in this pMtnt vay. Mi'pjf Cil as much as you Iika. Tie tower faanJa ojner. TO CaUtfOAWA-TW SATE, EASY, ECONOMICAL WAY 9f and lOr food service in all our coaches nd tourist cars; coffee or milk 5c, sandwich lOr.ctc. Exsmph fm: Oft u'7 Kw-Jtr'-tt THOUSANDS of thrifty people vat followinc the advice of our taaaoy Scot. No other way pro. wata tk comfott and security the tJait) do, u it spaatls aloof) ovr flafapt, smooth highway in t world. Sit cusfttoiaati tsanirs. Hat fmaclr ...S12.N Sl.5 tiB Du,taaa1hov3 raAoOor, says: Work comes first Min second. o fj-at a bit (hen you can. Ms A or) .8I M 39.15 Goaici, in coaches and chair cars; tiaarf of hisj-room, widja'sn'sies, But trust Camels to ngtkcv"jpi$ quicS iRa) tc goodjhid feci good." t waVnrooajV. There's no rea- alvyrn tourist sleeping cars, plus l ajar te totals laascomfortablvwlleaV x small berth cbara-e. Fares in stand- 1kesjr(bjram,ei cost so litUe. ls rd Pullmans cost a little more. PARACHUTE JUMPER. Miss L'va Kimmey tays: "My life depends on making no mistakes. I smoke Camels for e?ty;esiion'i sake. They encourage digestion inTcV-ksantu;. Camels set me rightl" Southern Pacific Costlier Tomccos ! Camels are made from finer, MORE a EXPENSIVE TOBACCOS-Turkish and Domestic-than any other popular brand. C R. NOKES, Agent Phone 37

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