Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on April 20, 1936 · Page 3
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Albany, Oregon
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Monday, April 20, 1936
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MONDAY, APRIL: 20, 1936 THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-H ERALD , " ALBANY," OREGOR PAGE THREE LATE, COMPLETE Angler's Smile. Liberal Liberty, League Helper ; McLain and children, William.; mining interests above Foster. jihe week-end at her home here. Robert, Bettie, Janet. Richard and Miss Alberta Gillett of Albany ; Her sister, Florence was home Roger McLain of Portland. Ore. has been visiting friends here a 'Saturday from the O. S. C. Other guests were Leo Butts of lew weeks. bliss Mary McCormick, a teach- Nnrth Albany. Miss Ruth Moore., Miss Josephine Fromherz. ns- i cr in the Portland Public schools Miss Virginia Doerfler of Albany. Aslant ..owing teacher, in the 1 spent the Easter vacation at her Birthday cakes were baked by , STH)0i for tM(. deaf ! Salem, spent home here. NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS cr and stockman of this section, who has been seriously ill at the home of his sister, Mrs. Mary Springer, is able to be around the house and lias returned to his farm home. The contract for lhe new Odd Fellows building has been let to met Tuesday afternoon in the I. O. O. F. hall. Plans were furthered lor the district -convention to be held here May 20. A number of committees were appointed. Easter was observed by a number of special programs and services here. On Good Friday afternoon the primary room of the local Mrs. (..ermine li. missoii. lUfs.- Tangent Tangent. Mrs. Ed Grell. Mrs John Vaushn oi Sweet Home and grade school held an Easter egg Burns, and Mis. M. C. Jenks. joint . hunt, and presented an interesting hostesses, entertained the Mission-1 program which was well attended i ' VJlFf , j-ir 'fT Doris McLain and Mrs. Lvelvn ! McLain. i The O. D. O. club met at the home of Mrs. Euna Darbv on April 8. Miss Mary Hora acted as mini hostess. The club has not met for , some time on account of sickness in various families. At this meeting lhe birthdays of four of their number were commemorated. , They were Mrs Euna Darbv. Mrs. Mary Mertz, Lucy Gaiche. Mrs. i May Wall and Mrs. Wyman. There ! were 22 members present and the following were honored guests. .Mrs, John Sandner, Mrs. Marv Long, mother of the hostess. Mrs. Ben Darbv. Mrs. Lucille Loftier. work has commenced. The building will be 30x40, a two-story frame building. The lodge room will be on the seciuid floor, and lhe dining hall and kitchen will be on the fust floor. The building is being creeled on the site of the former lodge hall. Since the 'mining of the old building, the Odd Fellows and Rebckah lodges have been meeting at the John Mc-Master home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Andrews returned home from Reedsport for a w eek end visit at their home, but have gone to McCredie Springs where he will be employed at ai-y society Wednesday afternoon by patrons and friends. Mrs. at the Jenks home. A short busi- Blanche Rust is the teacher, ness meeting was held, after which ' The Sunday school presented an Mrs. William Pendleton of Albany Easter program at the close of a led the devotionals. short study period. The program Mrs J U Ross and riniiohter eonsis,ed of a song by ,he conere" Crystal spent last We'dnesdlv ?' Ration, followed by prayer, then a Portland Wednesday in (a,k bv Mrs. George Mitsch. A number of recitations and exer- Miss Opal Garland and Glenn 'cises were presented by pupils Saylor of Albany spent last Tues- from the various classes. There day evening at the home of Mrs. wcre a number of special musical Katie Saylor. numbers. The Rev. D. V. Fendall Mr. and Mrs. George Snodgrass gave a short Easter message, and family spent Easter in Dallas I The Sunday night service at the til!. T1$ UI "s. snoagrass . Wesleyan Methodist church was in road work. parents, Mr. and Mas. George charge of the Y. M. W. B. Lantern lides of the Resurrection were fea- Martha Muller of Albany spent 'shown and other missionary Mrs. Bruce Price of McKenzie Bridge and Margaret Ilariung of Wendling were calling on Sweet Home lriends last Saturday. Mrs. Minnie Giuler, Mrs. Kali Darby and Miss Anna Stellmachcr. : Dinner was served at noon. 1 he afternoon was spent in piecing ; quilt patterns for the hostess and visiting and renewing old ae-1 ' quaintances. The next meeting i will be held at the home of Mrs.! ; Ethel Wyman with Miss Glndvsl ! Chrismnn as joint hostess. The; Tuesday at the home of Mr. and tures were presented. This was followed by the regular preaching service. meeting is called for Wednesday. April 22. liWli. The Jolly Five 4-11 Sewing club met at the home of the l"ader. Mi s. Raymond Arnold. The chairman of the meeting was Miss Lvelvn Mrs. A. E. Forster. . Dean F. W. Parr, state high school inspector, accompanied by Mr. J. M. Bennett, county school superintendent, visited the high school Thursday. a , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Saffard and daughter, Marjorie, of Salem, and 'Mr. and Mrs.-Frank Herrot of Eugene were Easter guests at the home of Mrs. E. E. Aubrey. Rev. J. P. Bray is attending a district conference this week in Medford. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Christenson, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Acker, and Misses Edna Christenson of Portland motored to Mount Hood last Sunday. Lacomb Lacomb The 4-H club in La-comb school enjoyed a party at the school Wednesday afternoon. After a program by Prof. C. Bren-neman's classes, sandwiches and angel food cake prepared by Mrs,. Loretta Martin and Mrs. Edith Miller's classes were served.' Information of the death of W. L. Bird of Salt Lake, Utah. April 9, has been received by friends livnt'O Oil l'niit, iilntve.minilious' (mil ( hoiiili nls niaiiiiatc. Iins mil-trlhiili'd ,$10.(1011 lo Vi'iiMKlers. Inc.. mid SS0.75O lo the American Liberty League, recorcls sul-mltled In the V S. Senate jirolie 'of lhe former organization revealed. lu Pont' wiiR the largest donor of funds to I lie league on the Senate list. Maine The meeting was in the I I form of a treasure hunt. The next I meeting will be held on April 21. The Happy Time Cooking 4-H club met at the homo of Mis Fee- I 3 'J he Maytag sold itself to faine to world leadership. A fter careful comparison with oilier makes, more women have purchased May tags than uny other washer because it offers more in fast, gentle, thorough washing service for more years. To know why, you must compare it point by point with ordinary washers discover its many exclusive advantages. The one-piece, cast-aluminum tub; theGyratator washing action, originated by Maytag; the Roller Water Remover, and other advan lyn Maine April fl under the lead-I Icrship of Mrs. Goldie Stuilnicka.l ls Preparing of meats were discussed. I oa Evelvn Maine and Jessie I.reeden here. "Barney Bird as he was .known here was a resident of this 'community several years and with I WT n ti-nc a nrnminnn John Goodhouse ot Albany, assisting with the farm work Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Robbins of the Sam Stoller dairy and turkey demonstrated by preparing ham bv Halsey were Sunday guests at the strawberry grower of Lacomb. Millersburg Millcrsburg. Easier dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. JTay Wrightmaii were Mrs. Zoe Stockton and Frank Wriglit-man, of Salem; Mr. and Mrs. Mar-rion Kizer and children, Marion Horton and Barbara, of Knox Butte, and Frank Wriglitman, jr., of Albany. ' Charles Kroger and nephew, Ir-vin Kreger, spent Easter Sunday at the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Brown of Tangent. Oral Bulls of Klamath Falls visited at the home of Charles Alexander last Monday. Mr. Balis now has a position setting ads at lh News, a daily newspaper ut Klamath Falls. - Mrs. A. Gregory and daughter, Peggy, visited with Miss Carlollu HoisQof ol Winner, S. D., who is spending' the summer wilh her sister, lurs. Carl Nygren. In honor of the tilth birthday of Marvin Leo Acheson a birthday dinner was served at Hie home ot Ins grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pugh last Sunday. Mi. and Mrs. Robin Uruax have moved trom Portland to East Second street, Albany. Kobin is shearing sheep this spring. Mis. (jus Uciukc, who has been quite ill during the past week, is farm this spring, home of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Fors Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bowman and Mr. and Mrs. Lloy I various ways of frying and baking. I VMfSesaA iyd Gilchrist of Oral Bates and Waltei Gioigt E ill Strait of Al- ,n,' how shearing sheep and goats. I KfJ3 plfiNr' TIL;i'r iday evening Hi I The Horm Holm family was; BZP VflNj, called to Silverton on Wednesday i UU J. ft .(( Purtland and Russel bany spent last Sund PI the Charles Alexander home ider home 'to attend lhe funeral of Mr. Sand- The biggest one got away, but that smile shows President Roosevelt's satisfaction with his luck during a 1200-mile fishing cruise aboard the converted coast guard cutter Potomac. He's pictured on return to Port Everglades. Fla., rested and lit. wing. He was a brother-in-law of Mrs. Holm. daughter of Dallas, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ford. Mr. and Mrs. Bowman are parents of Mrs. Ford. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Slurgis spent Sunday as guests of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Waller Sturgis of West Fir. Mrs. Gertrude Wirt entertained with a dinner Sunday honoring her son, Cecil, on his birthday an ,ter. Mr, and Mrs. A. R. Forster and daughter, Irene, accompanied by Genevieve Grell, spent Wednesday in Salem. Esther Morse of Harrisburg. a former, student of the Tangent high school, visited the high school Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Saylor and family of Albany were Thursday evening callers at the home of Mrs. Katie Saylor. Tennessee Mr. and Mrs. Harry Huffman are raising one thousand Hampshire red chickens at their laim this spring. Chloris and Ardys Alexander made a trip to La Grande last Thursday. They'- were overnight guests at the home - of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Alexander in Portland tages ore found only in n evening. A preaching service and the Maytag. song service was held at 8 o clock. Tennessee Mr. mid Mrs. Chas. Mitchell are grand parents lo a fine boy born Easter Sunday to their daughter, Mrs. Mildred Ball, who -was a former hiuh school niversary. Cecil, who ihas been confined to his bed several months Mrs. J. U. Ross and son, Ray Wednesday night. mond. attended the funeral 'of, was able to be among the guests Llarba i Kizer, little daughter of toucher in Lebanon. and at the close of the service the business meeting for Sodaville, Sweet Home, Foster and Sunny-side. Members were present from all four points. Henry Juhnke of Foster was elected lay delegate to the annual conference, which will beenJ Charley Schram has sold his Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Kizer, ha quite" ill this week. at the dinner table and later took an auto ride to Lebanon. Invited guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Raines, Mr. and Mrs. Eorl Harrison, in Brownsville, Fri- day. . . Norman, son of Mr. annd Mrs. L. E. Saylor of Albany spent a few farm to Carlton Mary who has taken possession. Mr. Schram and I 5hlbun days last week at the home of his ; Ralph Raines, and son Homer, Mr. family have moved to Album. Adolf Fromherz jr.. left Wed- i t i i grandparents. Mrs. Katie Saylor. and Mrs. Melvin Raines and now reported slowly improving. Miss Kathryn 'lruax, who for several years has been nursing at lhe Multnomah County hospital at 1-orlland, has been made head Shelburn. W. H. McLain cclc- convene at Portland the latter part of May. Mrs. Lurah Alexander was elected alternate. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marin of the The Theta Sigma club met at the daughter K...., , . . ..... , ... iiesuav mi uiuNi vtinev wiivh- lie brated Ins 70th birthday last Sun- k ,m , ..,. ,.,.. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ford have home of Mrs. Carl Newport last day. He has resided in the Shel led. nurse at the O. B. ward in the burn vicinity for many years. A who has been Mountain Home district have an 8'A-pound baby boy, born April Dan McCormick, UtUI iviei-ui uuei, Corvallis General hospital. Miss oirtnclay dinner was nrnivirivl uu Willi luia in i-ii T M russell 'und?r tho dlctol's 1,10 l,ilst nnH two weeks, is improving slowly. Mrs his daughter moved to a house at the Ford's sawmill and E. L. Hampton and family are now located in the Pearl Hobson house. Mrs. Richard Baldwin and Mrs. Justin Baldwin and children accompanied their husbands to Grande Thursday afternoon. Knox Butte Knox Butte. Bob Burkhart has a new tractor. Mrs. Frank Lines is ill. Mrs. Wil- 1: ...:.u I - ii rj.... r .1 13. The Happy Workers club met Mrs. Arthur McLain in .' t Wondidl Webber has n contract Clair McLain. All the children and iLivinrir-hilHron morn at the home of Mrs. George Ellis 5 ! to make several hundred cords last Thursday for an all day meeting Quilting was the order of the lruax received her early nurses training, in Corvallis. j Mr. and Mrs. James G. Gourley and Mis. Thomas Fai low aiunoed the funeral ol Mis. Cecil Cox at the Foitnuller chapel last Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kreger and sons, Edwin, Alvin and Loran. day. Twenty members and five cepting one son, Harvey McLtin,!01 umm woua u"m l,M-and family who res-ide in Chicago, !' the excelsior factory in fc.ii-111. J'hose present at the dinner 8iu and has a number of men weic W. H, McLain and Mrs. Bet-!c.lllllKvimd peeling tie M. McLain. Dillon McLain of M'U Rose Rowell, who has Shelburn, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Rus- been emiiloyed at the John Swink sell, Jesse Russell. Doran Russell,1 borne for several monuis, return-Clio Russell, Ellen Russell, Ger- ed Monday lo her home in Pleas-trurin E. liiisspll nil nf Tniuei 'ant Valley.' visitors were present. ' The ladies of the Church of Christ met Tuesday at the church and ouilted a ciuilt for Rev. and spent last Saturday, Sunday and FRAGER FURNITURE CO. Mrs. Franklin Smith; who are i Monday visiting relatives and leaving shortly for their mission 1 friends in Dallas, their former field in Alaska. The Smiths were ; home. formerly in charge of the Sweet j Mrs. Vashti Oindorff of Cor-Home Church of Christ.- . vallis spent last "Monday at the John Galbraith, pioneer ranch- home of Mrs. Elizabeth Truax. Albany, Ore. Fhone 456 IMiimifjcturcrs Founded 1803 Newton, Iowa Grove service islidion; Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Clock of 1st and Lyon Sis. Mrs. M. S. LcLain and three sons,' Junction City vicinity visited last Ronald, Harlan, and. Wayne of To- week at the Asa Baker home on I'he Maylap Company ledo. Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Arthur their return from a trip to their week. Mrs. Pfeffer of Corvallis Kondt!' ,ond sf?n cLntHhe , !m,! spent Tuesday with her mother. mer whFe Rlcl fd, to Oscar OlsoV-arid Hazel "Haley1 " ?&eA m loggmg. Mr. were married in Albany Easteriad Mrs. N"m?,n Baldwm h(avt Sunday moved into the Vanna house, tor- Sam Eicher is shearing sheep. merry owned by H. S. Nolan. Miss Meredith Thomas and1 Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bird were Frank Groat of Corvallis spent Sunday guests of Mr. Bird s Easter with Mrs. Vera Thomas. Mr. daughter, Mrs. Laura Wilson of and Mrs. Guy Purdy took the Salem. young people back to Corvallis1 mi: and Mrs. E. K. Raines, Mrs. Sunday evening. i Ralph Raines, Mrs. Roy Sylvester Mrs. George Lmes and children and C. E. Clark attended the fun-spent Easter Sunday at Foster with eral of Glenn Mathis, in Salem her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maley. j last Monday. Mr. Mathis, a Mr. and Mrs. Lester Parsons and nephew of Mr. Clark and cousin Mrs. Clara Cox and Doris spent of the other parties, was killed Saturday evening in Lebanon. i in a motorcycle and car colli- Eldon Sommers is helping Roy;sion on the highway Saturday, Johnson with his farming. . when another cousin, Junior Had- Henry Mitzner of San Francisco, iey Df McMTnnville was seriously who was here to attend his injured and another passenger on mother's funeral, will remain for lhe motorcycle was killed. a couple of weeks and help fcrnest A. a t(.enhone meeting in La- Gourley with his farming. comb Tuesday evening Lloyd Miss Ida Mitzner of Albany Henson was awarded the contract spent Weednesday evening at- the E. Gourley home. to furnish the poles and put up the lines on the road which is be- : . 4 1 I . ..c4..,. Mr. and Mrs. Creig Bowers oi ZLr A .banon. Much inconvenienc Bilycu. with Mr. and Mrs. has been caused by the lines be ing down the past week. Crawfordsville Crawfordsville. Burial services for the five year old daughter of M. onrf Ure Olivnr Pnrhi.ll wprp need good digestion to face the nervous strain of modern living ! Sweet Home Sweet Home. Dr. E. W. Peddi- 1935 WORLD SCRIES HERO, Goose Goslin, says: "A big-lcoguc ball player has to watch his digestion. Smoking Cam- els while I m eating makes food taste better and helps stimulate v . digesuon afterwards." i M3 held last Saturday afternoon in 'cord of Salem, district . supenn-the Crawfordsville Union Ceme- i tendent for the Salem district, tery. The services were in charge ; held the fourth quarterly confer-of the Rev. Benton, pastor of thelence of the year for the Sodavillc-Holley Church of Christ. ' j Sweet Home field, at the Sweet The local chapter of R. N. A. I Home Methodist church Tuesday 'A I I Smoking Camels Assists Digestion and Promotes Wcll-Bcing When people arc tired, worried, or nervous, tho flow of digestive fluids slows up. Science now recognizes that smoking Camels has a favorable influence in increasing the flow of these digestive fluids. Thus, there arc sound, deG nitc reasons why Camels add to tho enjoyment of your meals. Camels are supremely mild never get on the nerves or tire your taste. Enjoy Camels as much as you like... for their good cheer and "lift"... for their rare flavor! Camels set you rightl i HAVE TO EAT in 30 minutes," says Harry Fisher, steel worker. "Smoking Camels helps my digestion, gives me a swell 'lift.' And they've got real flavor!" mma,wrmt J i & ihJ I A ' syS 11 FEEDS THOUSANDS daily. Miss Leo or a Flinn, dietitian, says: "With me, it's always Camels! Smoking Camels stimulates digestion, causing creased flow of digestive fluids." Xliere's a big place m la your Doate fmr tl&ls I It will run erranifc, stand by to W tmt 1 U property. It will bring in the voic d friraAt! i I I may put someone in your household it low k milk I i important business openings qAfV opp?rl$liim I NUywetellyouutthedifferrtytffciVii?) 11 O Jl S I THE TERRACED MARINE DININQ ROOM of the Edgewlter Dcach Hotel, Chicago. Those who dine at lcisuro also apprcciato Camels for their aid to digestion. "Good times and good tobacco go together," says Fred (hl), mailt ed'bolcl. "So many of Out gucsu smoke Camcb. They are immensely popular. -J Oopinrtf kt. MM. U. I. tUntwlffc Tbtocco UaiJfif . Wloitto-bakm. W. C o THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AM) TELECRAPU COMjAU o 6

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