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" WEDNESDAY, APRIL" 15, 1936 THE ALBANY DEMflCftAT-HSR ALP, ALBANY, OREGON PAGE THREE QUARTERCENTURY OF 'AUTOMOBILE . SAFETY; ... i OLDSMOBILE GIVES YOU MORE FEATURES FOR YOUR MONEY son from Albany attended the gram at the hall on Sunday afternoon. j The regular meeting of Calam-1 ette grange will be held at the hall Saturday night with the usual basket supper preceding the busi-: ness meeting. I Mr. and Mrs. Bliss Dallas are confined to their home with severe cases of the flu. Ben Rozelle. Sr., has also been on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ekstrand and daughter, Doris attended the wedding of Mary Wilson and Lloyd Silva at the parsonage of the United Presbvterian church on April 4. I Riverside people presented a program at Fairplay school house on Friday of last week in excan'gc for a program from that commun- . ily in June. I Margaret Jean Canning and Joyce Stellmacher attended a home economics covered dish riin-neer at the home of Merlrteo j IF i "f " i'i I I I J j! SlU Brown in Albany last Tuesday j instil. Jack Collins from Portland visited at the home of his uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Bvron Brad-i shaw. last week and attended ' school with the Bradshaw girls on luesday. MM U& Scio Scio. Edward Dolezal, son of LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS Peoria Peoria. Mrs. W .A. Muller is at home after a visit with relatives in Albany. Mrs. Ella Crewse, who went to Washington before the Christmas holidays to visit with her children, arrived home recently. Mrs. Crewse visits each winter with her children in different parts of Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Coon and small son of Oakville were Peoria callers last Wednesday afternoon. John Miller of Fayetteville was a Peoria business caller last Friday morning. Earl Plagmann, a freshman nt the Shedd high school, is a victim of the measles. His brothers and Ralph Wilkerson are having to stay out of the Peoria grade school, having been exposed to the measles. William Dobrinin and F. L. Bayne were business callers in Corvallis last Friday. Mrs. Elmer Munson was a business caller in Corvallis last Friday and visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Smith. C. W. Nichols and son Floyd Nichols were business callers in Albany last Saturday. George Bayne of Peoria attended the play presented by the senior class of the -Halsey high school last Friday evening. R. B. Paine took eggs to a Corvallis hatchery last Saturday. Rev. end Mrs. J. E. Walbeck and daughter. Florence, drove to Oak-vilje to hear Rev. Irvin of Bell-fountafin give a lecture on the pyramids at the regular community meeting. Mr. and Mrs. E. G, Pugh and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bales from this vicinity served on the program committee.' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shaw and Margaret Shaw of Peoria and A. F. Albertson of Pine Grove were business callers in Albany last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. William Patapoff and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mohoff accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Paul Patapoff of Orleans to Portland last weekend on business and visited with friends. On Sunday they made a trip to Bonneville dam. J. W. Lamar and daughter. Helen, were business callers in Albany last Saturday. Omar Mason was in Brownsville last Thursday to visit his nephew, Lloyd Hamilton, and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lamar and daughter, Helen, attended Easter services in Shedd last Sunday morning at the Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Chandler of Halsey, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Zimmerman, annd Mr. and Mrs. Robert McDonald and daughter, Carol Jean, of Shedd were Easter Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. , George Chandler and family in Pine, Grove. ' Pine Grove school children and parents were the guests of Miss Margaret Shaw last Friday afternoon in observance of Easter. The children enjoyed an Easter hunt and other contests. i Here is a quick, hanily device for checking motor car ioaiures umi values. the Olds mobile Compur-o-nraph. Conio In ami got your copy, tteu, or writo Olds Motor Works, Lansing, Michigan. A score of major improvements in motor car design reveal the progress made in safety by automobile manufacturers during ' the last 25 years, D. E. Ralston, Oldsmobile vice president and general sales manager, points out. Fifteen of the more important changes made in the interests of safety are illustrated in the above comparison of 1911 and 1936 model Oldsmobiles. 1 The solid-steel Turret-Top has replaced the fabric top. 2 Windshwld wipers, unknown in 1911, now provide clear vision in bad weather. 3 Center-control steering has demonstrated its superiority over the less positive, harder handling type of steering system. 4 Safety Glass all around has replaced ordinary glass. 5 Multi-beam lighting r provides maximum illumination for every driving condition, in contrast to the inadequate acetylene gas lamps of 1911. 6 Greater acceleration has given the 1936 Oldsmobile the additional flexibility needed to master modern emergencies. 7 The positive shift starter has replaced the hand crank, eliminating that hazardous task. 8 Closed car bodies of steel, giving protection all around to modern motorists, were undreamed of in 1911. 9 The ride stabilizer has minimized body roll, improved ease of handling and increased safety. 10 The turning radius has been greatly decreased. 11 Knee-Action wheels, with heavy coil springs, have replaced the flat, leaf type, front springs, and have vastly improved comfort and ease of control. 12 Six- teen inch safety-steel wheels provide safety impossible with the early forty two inch wooden ones. 13 Low pressure tires, with safety-, tread design, replacing the high pressure type, minimize skidding and blow-out dangers. 14 Lower center of gravity results in greater roadability and riding comfort. IS Four wheel Super-Hydraulic brakes have supplanted W un- i certain two wheel mechanical brake. w THE COMPAR-O-GRAPH PROVES IT! find that Oldsmobile gives you everything for modern comfort, convenience and safety . . . more for your money in features, and in all-round motor car valuel DELIVERED FUllY EQUIPPED while at school. She was able to continue her work in the schoolroom. Miss McNinimee and Miss Ruth Clark spent the Easter vacation in Portland at the home of Miss Clark's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Clark. from Polk county, Maxine Willett ter, Dorene from Shedd, Mrs. of Tangent, Frances Brown of Cor- : Charles King from Portland and vallis and Margaret Yates from Annabclle Miller from Shedd. Alsea, all returned from their re- j Howard Atkeson is working at spective schools to spend Easter the Hugh Taylor farm in Benton with home folk. county, going from his home everyi Mrs. Roy Worlcy, Misses Lettie i morning and returning at night, and Ada Pratt of Albany attend-1 Callers at the Harry Cheesman KNicii-ACTlON Wheels . . . Super-Hydraulic Brakes . . . Solid-Steel "Turret-Top" Body by Fisher . . . Center-Cont rol Steering. ..Safet Glass standard throughout ... big, low-pressure tire? . . . these and many other fine-car features are yours today in Oldsmobile, at a price but a iittle above the lowest! Check all cars of similar price against Oldsmobile. Use the Oldsmobile Compar-o-gruph or examine the cars themselves. You will quickly Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dolezal, liv-t ing nine miles southeast of Scio, i was united in marriage April 0, 1 19.15. at Vancouver, Wash., to Miss Goldie A. Ayrcs of Wamic, Ore., ; where the groom has been employed for several months. The newly-weds wiir make their home in that part of the state. V. J. Philipoi of Medford visit-led his family here over the weekend. I D .C. Thomas of Portland, former flour mill man and legislator of Scio, visited friends in this vicinity a few days ago. I Jerry, small son of Mr, and Mjrs. Pete Shelley, was lacerated by slivers while sliding down a wood chute in the timber southeast of Scio Friday. A large fragment of wood was taken from the boy's thigh and a gaping knee wound also given attention by a Scio surgeon. W. E. Kyle, who had been ill of flu for some time, was taken to an Albany hospital a few days ago for treatment. Trollinger brothers plan to grow 60 acres of flax this year, having already sown on the Malcolm Miller and C. L. Donahue farms. The 212 acres comprising the Sciolinn farm seven miles southeast of Scio has recently been purchased by A. B. Lane of Salem, formerly of Massachusetts. A Mr. Staggs, recently of Texas, will lake charge of the place about May 1. An extensive dairy ranch is planned. Shumaker brothers, present occupants of the farm, are undecided where they will move. I SAFE WEARIES BURGLARS Winnipeg. Man. Burglars carried a 1. 500-pound safe from a dairy office here to the street. Then they couldn't lift it on to a truck and had to abandon it. $898 1076 for lha IIOHT lor th SIX Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Emery en tertained with a family dinner ied the Oakville community meet Si tea S98 and up . . . Eight m $1076 mnd up, tfelivuwrf fully vquipitrd, prices nutlet to changm without noffC. Car illutratfd in th Six-Cylindvr Touring Sedan, $1086, dflivfmi fully -iitiippfil. A General Matori Value. GENERAL MOTORS INSTALMENT PLAN nome Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Cheesman from Onalaska, taster Sunday, covers were iaia ing rictay night. Muriel Methanv of Brownsvilh- Wash spent the latter part of the week j Mrs. Ida Glann from Pendleton at the J. S. Taylor home as a was a visitor at the home of Mrs. for Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Kamsdell and sons, Manley and Delmer, of Woodburn; Mr. and Mrs. Percy Blickman and son, Norman; Miss Meryl of Hubbard; Mrs. Minnie guest of Ruth Reeve. John Robison on Thursday and the J. S. Taylor is helping with i ,w0 ladies were callers at the home worJt on the Donald Davis farm. of Mls A. C. Heyman in the af-Mr. Davis is recovering from the , temoon. effects of a broken arm. A family dinner was held at the Local farmers are apparently ! home of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sit-optimistic concerning the growing i ton on Easter Sunday. 1936 crops. Long hours are being Bower and son, Charlie, of Salem. Other guests during the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. William Shaffer and children. The Past Matrons club held its April meeting in the lodge rooms ot the Masonic hall, with seven members present. Mis. T. O- Kester and Miss Ad-die Libby were hostesses to members of the Past Noble Grand club jiuua odium oi oaiem speni IRVIN'S GARAGE to i the weekend at the home of her spent in nelcls in an effort speed up spring seeding. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schultz. Six members of the 4H "Sewing Companions" club met . at the Riverside 324 Broadalbin Street Albany, Ore. Telephone 396 , Riverside. Mr. and Mrs. John1 home of Lila McCulchan April 4. in the lodge rooms of the Odd Fel- lows hall. The scripture reading 1 Albany were dinner guests at the 1 drove to Woodbur recently where was given by Miss Add e Libby, home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Bilyeu they visited at the home of Mrs. followed by Easier quotations. In- inear Green's bridge Sunday. I Ella Soules an old friend of the stead of celebrating Mothers day Spring flowers decorated the 'family. with a special program as usual, rooms of the Ekstrand home last! Mr !and Mrs. W W Hamilton club members planned to motor to j Thursday when Mrs. Ekstrand and and children from Albany, Mr. and Portland to. visit a club member, : Mrs. Clark were hostesses to the Mrs. Red Anderson and Mr and Mrs. Dora Humphrey, who has been bedlast lor over a year, suf "Well, it didn't suvm like 400 miles!" Thursday club. In a jumbled letter, Mrs. Paine from South Dakota contest Mrs. Harry Cheesman was were dinner guests at the home of declared the winner of the prize, a Mr. and Mrs. William Freerksnn fering a stroke of paralysis. Fa.l T.vni-x has snlri his interest pretty flower pot. Mrs. Eldred last Wpdnosrinv pvpnirm fit's true! That V'ft Fcelins in the McKee & Lynes meat mar- j Stellmacher, Mrs. Ray Gourley Dorothy Stewart was hostess at ket here to J. L. Blackwell. Black- j and Mrs. Stella Stellmacher were an Easter party at her home last well is experienced in that line ol ! appointed to arrange for a lunch at ' Saturday afternoon when she en-business having been a former ,' 'he muslc dav be held in May. tertained the members of the oartner of Charles McKee ' I Mrs' Franklin Stellmacher and "Sewing Companions" club. Mrs Gerald PhelDs and daugh- Irs' p??Be Githens will entertain I The Camp Cookery club held makes the miles mt Easier! makes the miles Easier! f jj . x , inn rllin in rum urftntc al Ihn lV.ni ...... I i: I , ter, Jeanette, of Portland spent Easter with her parents. Mr. and i " vjivii-, mini irgumi nulling at ine scnuui ens home and the "Odd" side will house last Friday. , furnish the refreshments. Marjorie Corbett of Albany I Mr- and Mrs. Minor Clark visit- spent the weekend at the home of , ed at the home of Mrs. Clark's , her cousin, Catherine Burch. ' mother. Mrs. J. A. Surgeon, in Mc- ! Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ilhrhnm. Jefferson ' Jefferson. There will be a mass meeting of the Jefferson Town-send club Thursday evening at the Masonic hall. E. E. Coulter of Cottage Grove will be the main speaker. His subject will be. "The Truth About the Townsend Plan." Dr. D. V. Poling of the board of higher education was a recent visitor of the Jefferson schools. He gave a talk to the student body about the value of education. He also talked to the senior class about the schools of higher education in Oregon. Mrs. J. F. Mollencop and her daughter and son-in-law, Mr- and Mrs. Otto Hoppes, and three sons of Salem were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Korb. Mrs. Mollencop is a sister of Mr. Korb. Miss Esther McNinimee, commercial teacher of the Jefferson high school, sprained her ankle quite badly Thursday morning Mrs. J. H. Seipp- Monday they were guests at the home of Mr. and Mis. A. E. Phelps. IMinnville last Sunday. , mer, Emily Uhrhammer, Marjorie Oakville Mrs. A. L. Bates entertained Corbett, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Burch Easter euests at the home of Mr. ' wiln ? dinner on Sunday evening; and daughter, Pauline Burch, Mr, and Mrs Edd NitzeU were M ho,Tlng Mr' Ba,es "irthday. In-, and Mrs. Frank Viernow, all from and Mrs 'Fred N iS am family" Saw Jr Mi's f F ' n&moV V' from Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Larus ! 'y- anS Mr! 'aifd Tner tttA Puckerson and family from June-I Mrs. Harry Hufrman o Millers. , the home of Mr and MB g tion City; Mr., and Mrs- Harpole bur. ! Burch and family Sunday. and Frances Nitzel of Eugene. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mis. Fred Caldwell from Canyon Clanbei Yates of U. of U.; Viva Mrs. George Githens last Thursday Creek Ranch above Cascadia and Smith of Foster, Isabello Hamilton were Mrs. Fay Githens and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. Seth Caldwell and I MEACTS I SCHOOL I 4 out of every 5 miles you drive are 'Stop-and-Go' YOU know as soon as you tkc the wliccl of a Ford tliat you've liit on somelliiiiK different. 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