Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on April 22, 1936 · Page 3
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April 22, 1936

Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 3

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1936 - THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON PAGE THREE Roman Eagles Wheel Aloft to Fete. Anniversary Piede. The elder man and his wife will live in the house vacated by the Wilcox's and the son with his wife and two children will oc LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS Frank Gooch of Philomath was , a caller last Sunday at the. borne of relatives .her.ti - k utf.r. Mrs. Ottb Yunlctf Thomas visited last Saturday, at. the home . Mr. and. Mrs... W. M. Phillips of West Scio. , - , Arbuckle home. Mrs. Spragg and Mrs. Russell are remaining for a longer visit. The ladies are daughters, of Mrs. Arbuckle.... Mrs. H. L. LaForge was called to ljtirtlar,d Wednesday by the death of the infunf soiv of her sister, Mrs. Vernon Amell. Mii. La April 24, according to plans announced by J. A. Withers, president of the body. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lytic for the past eight years publishers of the Scio Tribune, left Monday to sped a vacation of several weeks at Newport and other coast points. Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Mars, formerly of the Harrisburg Bulletin, are in charge of the Tribune under lease. '" 1 """ 1 1 "" x r ..I.-- - .- - ( - M. A.. , , , , . MjP.f JLm V ' '"try" " ", ' ""ir"" ' 1 . "xr-rxr- nsr- Mrs. Lyle Shelton was en. Albany visitor one day reecently. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Senz were Albany visitors ' arid shoppers Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thomas of near Sanderson bridge' were Sunday visitors at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Roe Phillips. John Roner was an Albahy vis-' iter Saturday, 1 Mrs. Lillie Wilson ahd'siih, " Woodrow, were Albany visitor on Monday. ..- . i Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nunn visited at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. McCrae ;of Ash-Swale. ' Democrat-Herald Want A& ,v Bring Result. ; , . DR. CHAN LAM Chinese " " Medicine Coi ' Natural retried ! for' disorders of liver, -tomach. BUnds. tkin & .urlnry system of men and women. New discovery tor susrar diabetes) without tha uae of Insulin., 1? year In business. Naturopathic Y. T. LbV lf.B. Phyalelana Um lift Roots l'd 2,- Veftetiaa TntaUr Bids;., CW. FttWiiM BroadaJfeJn SlaVAU bany. i , t . -Of flea Boura: I p. m. to 5 p. mi Tnaaday nd Saturday OaU Consultation,-B 1 o 1 4 IfrcMura and- Urlna Teat Prat . tf f GoldlaChan, N.D. Charsjev Foige returnea home late Thuts-day. Miss Lorayne Blackwell, teacher at Blachly, spent the week end at the home ot her brother, Henry blackwell. Guests overnight last week at the C. F. Snider home were Mr. Snider's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Nash, of northern Idaho. Callers Sunday afternoon at the A. W. Fort home were Mr. and Mrs. Luther Shanks and son, Gary, of Providence and Mrs. Alberta Shanks and family of Salt Lake community. West Scio West Scio. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nunn, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Frank Perry, visited last Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Novak and family at Mill City. Several from here attended the funeral at Albany on Monday at the Fortmiller chapel for Mrs. Susanna Smith Sprenger. Mrs. Sprenger was a resident hero 20 years ago. ' . Mrs. William Ashby of Salem visited her parents here last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Stockup of Albany were callers on Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Arnold. Mr: and Mrs. Raymond Arnold went to Silver Creek fulls last Sunday on u picnic and pleasure trip. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Senz made a business visit to the Earl Miller home near Jeffcrsoli the latter part of last week. Lebanon Lebanon. A - large number of the.members of the. Girls' League of Lebanon high school and Miss Eloise Heed, dean of women, attended the conference of girls' leagues held at McMinnville on Saturday. Mrs. Earl Michelson took a number of the Lebanon group to the meeting in her car and attended some ot. the sessions. Paul "Lulling" Williams, a well known negro tenor, came to Lebanon on Monday and sang in concert at the Methodist church on Monday evening. Mr. Williams is one of the three leading singers j of his race in the United States and gave his audience a musical treat that wilf leave a lasting favorable impression of his art. He appeared at the World's Fair in Chicago and gained a wide spread reputation lor clarity of tone and rich quality. " . : Mrs. Frank Bartu of Scio spent Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Clarence Shimanek. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. MacMillan, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Stritmater and Paul Mitchell were . among the people of Lebanon who drove to Salem on Sunday to see the blossoming orchards in the Waldo hills. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Zimmerman were the guests of friends in Albany on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ford have moved to Roseburg where Mr. Ford will engage in the lumber- business. Mr. and Mrs. Merl McCready of Sweet Home were in Lebanon Monday attending to business in-teresls. r Mrs. Addison Wilson drove lo Salem on Sunday to meet Mr. Wilson. While in Salem Mr. and Mrs. Wilson were among the spectators at a sham battle staged by the members of the reserve officers corps. ... Othor Scott, who is operating a service station in Salem, spent the week end at his home in Lesions f nuliting planes, wlieelliiK In Impressive (ormallon over tramping legions of -JiKlitliiK men t- this stirring slplit thrilled thousands of patriotic Italians, gathered to witness ceremonies commemorating the lSlli anniversary of the founding ot the Italian nlr force. The colorful cele-, bration was held at Llctorlo Airport, in. Rome. ' .- i-.i; -.1 but a large per "cent of the 103G increase is being held until they increase in weight. Mr. and Mrs. George Millhollen and daughter, Janice, left Saturday for a visit with Portland relatives and their daughter, Mrs. Gilmore Sebo, in Washington. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bulman who spent j the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ethan A. Allen in Longview, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Ren Brown took their sons, Lcland and Clinton to Eugene the last of the week for medical advice. At a recent meeting of the junior class of the Corvallis high school, Margaret Horning was elected treasurer to serve during the next year. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Windom from Silver Lake, Lake county, are among new residents locating in the community. They expect to live with Windom's father, George Windom, and help with farm operations. Guests entertained at dinner by Mr. and Mrs. Glen Curtis Sunday were Mrs. Ella Cruz, who returned I recently from a four months stay with relatives in Washington; Mr. and Mrs. Grant Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. George Willett and Elizabeth Barton. Carl Calson from Plainview was an Oakville business visitor Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Barton of the Green back district expect to leave Wednesday on a motor trip to Sacramento, Cal., where they will spend a short time with their son, Edwin Barton, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Covey of Stiver were last week visitors at cupy the Seifert place, which they have leased. Victor Simons brought his bride of six weeks here Sunday. They have taken residence at the Simons p'lace during gardening time. Monday Mrs. Mary H. Thomas and the W. C. Thompson family exchanged residences. Mrs. Thomutf has bought the property to which she is moving. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hurst are parents of a nine pound daughter born Wednesday, April 15. Alice Marie is the ninth child of the lamily. Members of the senior division of the Christian Endeavor held a stunt social at the F. E. Crosby home Friday night. ' The guests were divided into rival camps headed by Lorraine Crosby and Audrey Coyle, and challenged one another in performing stunts. With the help of a 'delegation from Sweet Home, representatives from the local Christinn Endeavor won the cup for attendance at a district rally held at Monmouth Evangelical church Saturday afternoon and evening. Points for winning the cup are based on miles traveled as well as numbers. There were 1 1 from Sodaville and 10 from Sweet Home in attendance. 1 The Rainbow class of the Sunday school and teacher, Mrs. H. L. LaForge, held its class session Sunday morning on the hill above the spring. Following the class period they walked over the hill to Waterloo park, where they ate a picnic dinner and spent the afternoon. Eight children took the bike. Mr. and Mrs. Arlow Hildcrbrand of Albany, Mr; and Mrs. Gilbert Spragg of Portland and Mrs. ' Addison Russell of Oregon City spent Sunday at the R. F. Erfra Haavy platform bile. Lifetime iteel comtruction throughout. (mot Lamp illuminstal lh antit lop. Handy four Cordimnt Countarbatanead I - Wadqawood'i famous A Marvaloui naw toaad plut-simmar burnan. Par- , mlf watarlasi cooking Burners igM aulo- ft" i WedKewood ' lo its already degrees can low steady no shrinkage done so surely is that it lights Come in and Wedgewood A meeting of interested players ' is scheduled at the fire hall in ,Scio Thursday at 7:30 p. m. to dis-! cuss plausibility of forming a .soitduu league, ine meeting is called by J. A. Withers, manager during the 1935 season. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Bilyeu weic Sunday dinner guests at the Cecil O'Reilly home in Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stalcup and Mrs. and Mrs, Don McKnight of Albany visited Monday at Scio at the W. F. Gill and W. A. Ewing homes. Mrs. Minnie Jones of Albany is spending the week at Scio at the home of her sister, Mrs. W. A. Ewing. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Neal of McMinnville were here Friday at the home of J. A. Withers. Mrs. Withers is a sister of Mr. Neal. Betty June Withers accompanied her aunt and uncle tg MpMinnville tq spend the week end. Gloria Wesely of Portland spent the week-end in Scio at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Wesely. Mr. and Mrs. Carol Crenshaw of Westfir were week-end visitors at the homes of their parents in Scio. Jefferson Jefferson. Mr. and Mrs: Gilbert Spragg of Portland were visiting friends in Jefferson Saturday, en route to Albany where they visited Mrs. Spragg's sister. Mrs. Arlo Hildcrbrand and also at the home of Mrs. Spragg's parents, Mr. and Mis. R. F. Arbuckle, at Sodaville. Mr. Spragg returned to Portland Sunday night to resume his work in the St. Vincent hospital, and Mrs. Spragg remained for a longer visit with her parents. Clarence C. Miller, local postmaster, and Mrs, Miller attended the meeting of the Marion county postmasters, Friday night at Salem. Mrs. S. A. Pease returned home Sunday after a week's stay in Eugene where she has been receiving treatment for her limb which was injured a number of years ago. Mrs. Bess Cooper and children, Anita and Roger, and Mrs. America Chase of Roseburg were weekend guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. O. VanWinkle. Mrs. Cooper is a sister and Mrs. Chas an aunt of Mrs. VanWinkle. F. B. Simpson received a sprained shoulder and arm recently when a horse he was . riding stumbled and fell. Characters for the junior play, "Polly Wants a Cracker," to be presented the last of April have been selected and practice has already begun. Those taking the various parts are James Anderson, Burton Thurston, Russell Miller, Lois Miller, Marjorie Cole, Marcic Smith, and Katherine Foster. The Jefferson school will ob serve Achievement Day on Friday, May 1. During the afternoon Jefferson high school will play baseball with the Mill City team. The grade school will also play a game, probably with Marion, although no definite plans have been made. This year, as in previous years booklets showing the work of the different classes will be display, Oakville Oakville. Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. McCune and daughters. Ann and Margaret, came from Mill City. Thursday for a two days' visit at the Misses McCune home. Flocks of sheep on some local farms were sheared last week. Lucile Jackson of Scio was a weekend guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Williams. A few spring lambs have been sold for a good price say owners, World William Ferguson Jf WATER cOAffizACTFO LIKE ALVOST AJ-L OTHER. home. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Brown and children, of Toledo, spent Sundiiy with Mr. Brown's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Bryant. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rowell of Sweet Homo were Sunday visitors at the W. A. Clark home. "' " Dick Faucett has just returned from Odell Luke and says the snow is melting fast. Gus Ryker of Oakridge spent Sunday with his son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ryker. Francis Mays of Salem " is spending a few days with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Cluude Mays, and children. . ,- Sodaville '' Sodaville. A community meet ing with program by local talent is announced for Friday night of this week. Cake and coffee are to be served. Ladies of the commun ity are requested to bring cakes, the president, Miss Leotu Rose, reports and candy to be sold for the benelit of the treasury of the organization. The main attraction of the program will be two minstrels, "Kidville Shows Off" and "Circus Day," by glade school pupils.. This seems to be moving time for various families of the com munity. Last week Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Emery moved to Lebanon from the Seifert place. The J. H. Wilcox family are moving to a farm in the neighborhood of Marlon, for which they have traded their place in this community. The Wilcox family came from Iowa about a year ago. Mr. Wilcox made the trade with a man and his son by the name of Win a New WEDGEWOOD Gas Range has added niyvther outstanding feature famous gas ranges the Extra-Low-Tenipcralttrfi Oven. Oven temperatures as low as 230 now be maintained so very easily. This heat means no searing, no basting, no covering, preheating, no oven watching. It means less meat more tender meat. Oven canning can now be' and' simply. Another feature; of this oven itself automatically when gas is turned on. let us tell you more about this amazing development. Be sure and attend the AS the J. A. Covey home. They were taking their daughter, Llinore, to Eugene where she is receiving treatment for sinus trouble. Mrs. Glenn Lamb is still caring for Nadine Millhollen, who is ill at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Millhollen, near Cor-H vatlis. i Johanna Rcntsch went to Eugene where she has employment, soon after coming home from Corvallis where she had been during the winter months. A group of friends from Corvallis spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. C. E. Barton. . M. S. Coon and son Harold' arc running two shifts a day in order to speed up spring seeding. Robert Smith is helping with tractor work. Wilbur Storer is recovering from an illness that has necessitated him taking a vacation front work for some time. Foster Foster. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Menear have moved to the old Menear ranch on the Cascadia road. Their son, Virgil, and his wife live on the Shea hill farm. Mr. and Mrs, Walter Murray are parents of a son, Lylo Dean, born Saturday, .April 18. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Ellis were Albany shoppers Saturday. Mrs. Flora Murphy and Joan and Miss Moscr of Sweet Home were Salem visitors Saturday. Frank Link has sufficiently recovered from his recent illness that Gresham Paddock took him to his home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Briggs and Alice Johnson of Salem spent the week end at the Pete Johnson Gco & Coko 314 West First Street eG$0M You a Range Essay details. get Compare these Wedgewood features point by point with any ij WJ ' piaca 1 1 Sar. 1 1 J. range you ve seerr or use 1UJ i'i ! 1 Fir1 Grove Fir Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Gunderson and family and Mrs. Minnie Apgar and family and Oliver Brown were Sunday dinner guests at the Bert James home. In tne afternoon tney visited Otto Frank's home., Lee Nash took his brother, Lor-cn Nash to work, at Wesltir. Mr. Nash relumed home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Vipond transacted business in Albany Saturday. Archie Frank and family visited his lather and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Frank, Sunday. Lloyd Nash went with his Sunday school class Sunday at Sodaville on a picnic to Waterloo. Mrs. D. M. Higbee and family went to Portland Saturday to meet their son, Elton, who is attending college at Seattle. Mrs. D. M. Higoee and Eunice attended a family reunion at the home of her father John Turnidge of.Lacomb to celebrate his 65th birthday anniversary. Lucile James is having some dental work done in Lebanon. William Hall left for the coast for a fishing trip Saturday evening. He returned Monday morning reporting good luck. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Ingram and son,- Ercell, visited Mrs. Ingram's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Briles, of Lakeview community Easter Sunday. 1 Scio Scio. The Scio chamber of commerce will present a program of music and informal talks at the Mt. .Pleasant school a few miles northeast of Scio Friday evening, This Curious IN FREEZING, if-" J JL V ML r..SAmf If . I'C ' I S mXl LONGER. THAN THE REST V of its IV 1 1 i Tomorrow and Friday-1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Gasco Office-314 West First Street f'RrO' ' V X7 I1!1 I ' L aaa""SiJ i Wj-.Sw l a' sjg f I aaw''!7teii ( -Bf Gtayton Cooking Clock automatically turns ovan on and off: Convaniant' wiliShigK work tabla. ' Hasvify faiulatad snrtra big ovan. Chromium platad safaty ovan racks and ramovabla brtckari. New' Low-TemperturnV Oven Burner Light itsatf. Tadr-liat mast. No pra hasting, taaring.eovt aring.' basting, ot watching. Greatly laiisni maaf tktW-aga. Kaepl Vltchan cooiar. , .... . Attogril Iroilat with aluminum- RoYoroSiet Sean on bath siaWat once, sealing in maff. flavors and ulees: Roller ht Here's something new ... not a cooking school .... not a demonstration . ... but a place to see and hear about the new 1936 methods of gas cooking. Come and learn. Everyone is welcome. Admission is free. If you are unable to attend an entire session, hear one talk at one session and another talk at the next. Come in anytime for thorn will always be something going on. THEL FIKST lA'NOROPS I THAT FALL DURING A SHOWER. CONTAIN CONSIDERABLE. J 3 Z'&'C 'wa3nsvv' Jr. 7. f T Utitty D'- P( i. ; . 1 -i eelain Rhed. Grayion Regulator1 gives even and eisct ovan temparatu'at. tng mrlunad. handy place uiad pott. A vary for tha mott WANT A CASRAMCCf Our home economist, Miss Jean Swigart, will talk at 1:30 p.m. on Vegetable Cooking to retain vitamins, mineral salts and flavors. 2:30 p.m. on Roasting Meals by the low temperature method as recommended by the National Meat Board. 3:00 p m. on Cake Baking with special references to baking four layers at once and lo baking fruit cakes and puddings. 3:1.1 p.m. on Improving meat texture by modern broiling broiling both sides of meat al once broiling fruits, vegetables, liver, etc. You're sure to find this Gas Cooking Conference interesting. Come and bring a friend. There is o Wedgewood model for every home ond every purse! Wedgewood Gas ftanges are made in the West for western conditions. There's a style among Wedgewdod's 17 models that was designed for you. Visit our showrooms today. Remember that you can save $12.50 by buying now. Ask us ,how you can get absolutely free a "Good as Gold" Bond worth $12.50 on the, purchase of a new Wedgewood Gas Range. i en a"" JIT I i ' " "" ""' have the chance to win new Wedgewood Gas worth $110.75 in our Contest. Ask us or Ask us also how to a 45c cookie sheet free. Ask us how to gttthik1 valuable bond FHIfatl. 1 II '" i See the new Wedgewood models in the Portland Gas & Coke 314 West First Street showrooms of ; t Company PorUoc Company o LIQUIDS, C WOULD SAA?, AMD OUR. PONDS AND LAKES WOULD . FREEZE SOLID. WATER, is It grows colder, coiltracts until It reaches a tem-peferture. near freeiins, then expands. If It did not expand, ice would sink to the bottom, and more ire would continue to form on the surface. (TSlon the rntlre water bO'V would b froten solid, and would remarrrso ttroufhout most of the year. Even In summer. enl.Oi lew iachtfoa the surface would tulu GO

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