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Thursday, April 23, 1936
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PAGE FOUR THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1936 ters at other Wyoming points. Mr. Lytic will be encamped with his ' TRUE TO TYPE What a Break for a Poor Fish! Mrs. A. D. Greogry and daughter, Peggy, made a business and pleasure trip to Portland Satur Fred Erixson of Salem inspected v his cherry and walnut orchards here last Tuesday. F. N. Barnes is Cultivating these' orchards' this LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY ,, NEIGHBORHOODS day. They returned Saturday eve- nine. ... .. .... ... . spection of the high school. Friday evening, April 24 is the date of the high school carnival. 1 An interesting program will be' given by the students, which will , , include a one act ' play," stunts, songs and instrumental music. Among the consessions will be a; J spring, ..,-.- w ... Cecil Barber" son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Whitaker and daughters, Elma, : Virginia, Doris and Beverly Ann spent last Sunday visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Zweigler of Tangent son who is a U. S. engineer in the mid-western state. Reid Shellon of Salem, son of Roy Shelton of Scio, is recovering from a severe dog-bite on his ankle Sunday in Salem. The boy was riding a bicycle on North High street when he was attacked. At the regular Monday evening meeting of the Scio Townsend club at Scio, E. E. Coulter of Cottage Grove made an explanation ot the recent state and national investigation ' of Townsend head-quurters. ' Riverview Riverview. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weddle entertained at their home over the week-end Mrs. Bertha Turnidge and daughter, Lola, and Edna Larson, all of Lebanon. aari ana siur game, umi punu, Walloons, ice cream and candy booth, and the usual noise makers. The freshman class is sponsoring the affair. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Humphreys ot ; Mrs. C. A. Barber, has gone to Buena Vista to live with his sister and attend school there. He is in the third grade. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kreger and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mehl and son, Ronnie, of Dallas spent last Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kreger. Chloris Alexander and Edith Anderson left Thursday evening for Forest Grove where they will compete in a state musical contest. While there they plan to visit with Mrs. Floyd Warner, formerly of Albany. -iff- i f CONSTIPATION MAY LOWER RESISTANCE TO GERMS ; t -. . Can Be Corrected by Natural Laxative, Food r.ugene ana iwrs. ma vow 01 ai-ibany visited Friday at the home ,of the girls' mother, Mrs. Anna Jakes. Mrs. Humphrey will be better known here as Daisy Scliic-man. ' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gear, who have been at the coast lor several weeks, where Mr. Goar had emploment, returned to their home ihere Saturday. '"' Mrs. Wm. Johnson was hostess Thursday afternoon at her home ;to the Thursday Thimble club. Social conversation and working on two quilts, one for the hostess and :the otner for Mrs. Peter Peterson was the diversion of the afternoon. Professor M. R. Thompson, who has been superintendent of the Sweet Home high school for the past three years, has accepted a similar position at Halsey, where he will be in charge of the work in the new high school building just recently completed. Mr. Thompson has not announced his plans for the summer vacation, but will likely do some mountain climbing during a part of his vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Traylor of Albany were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Wells. - Millersburg Millersburg. Mrs. Elizabeth Truax entertained the Wednesday Embroidery club at her home last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Lind- Ah-h-h, spare your pity for the poor fish and take a look at the fair anglerettc. She caught him In San Francisco Bay, off Marin County shores. In preparation for entry In the annual ' Marin Bass Carnival May 3, an affair that attracts 30,000 fishing devotees. The girl? Valerlo Prescott. Her catch? A 17-pound striped boss, prized for game ' and table qualities. Harrisburg Hairisburg. (Special) The Encampment met Tuesday and con-lerred the Royal Purple degree on two candidates, A. J. Jacobs and Lewis Skirvin. Grand Patriarch Engstrom made the camp an official visit. Mrs. Vincent Grimes has just returned from Albany, where she was in jury service. Mrs. E. W. Blehm has been called for the lourth of May. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holt have moved to the Murphy house west of the river, the one just vacated by John Zybach and family. The Gwenita Beauty shop will close the latter part of this week. Juanita Wyatt, who wedded .Carl Bennett a few days ago, will join her husband at a timber camp. Mrs. Gwendolin Uhrhammcr can not be here to look after the work ' Common constipation is duo ! largely to insufficient "bulk" in j meals. It is a condition that should , never be treated casually. I Long neglected, it may contribute ' to a general run-down condition. ' Your body lacks the strength It ', needs to fight off infection. You are I much more likely to pick tip a seri- ous illness. I Guard against common constipi- tion. Make sin e the meals you cat contain plenty of "bulk." Kellogg's , All-Bran is a generous source of j effective "bulk." Within the body, the "bulk" in sey Doty won the prize of the afternoon. Mrs. Delia Wilson will en tertain the club at the home of Mrs. A. B. Custar in two weeks. CORN .. . is King Cheapest crop to grow Most abundant yield Improves the soil. v OREGON YELLOW DENT ; will prove more uniform and better adapted to shelling and ensilage.' Come in and see it in the ear and test plots growing 5clb 100 lbs $4.50 ti I Mrs. Harold Fisher and Mrs. Elias Truax assisted. Visitors present were Mrs. Lindesy Doty and Miss Charlotte Holshof. ' ' ' ! and will take the equipment home The Millersburg Pinochle club f met at the home of Mr .and Mrs. Frank Covey last Thursday eve with her to Turner. Mrs. Janie Willoughby of Portland and daughter, Mrs. Earl Dunn visited here recently with President Tcna Llewall presided over the business hour. Mis. Hazel Prokop assisted the hostess. The next regular meeting, May 7th. will be at the home of Mrs. Wm. Uilkey with Mrs. Joe Ambrosek and Mrs. John Shepherd assisting. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Struck-mier ot TillamuoK are now on their larm in this vicinity, doing some spring farm work. . ' ' Hussell and Charles Humphreys, sons ot Mr. and Mrs. Roy Humphreys ol Eugene and grandsons lot Mra. Lakn Jakes were recently married and are living in Eugene having employment with the Southern Pacific. !' The Riverview local of Farmers Union met in regular session Saturday evening. The Herman ;Vehrs, David Slock and Pitzing families gave the following pio-gi am: piano duet by Helen and ! Ellamae Pitzing; vocal solo by Dorothy - Vehrs : play, "Codfisn J Aristocracy"; piano solo by Dor ning. Mrs. John Covey won high score and Mrs. Floyd FJsher won James Willoughby. Uerald Sittser went to Salem Direct descendant of William Bradford, founder of the first New York newspaper in 1725, Anne Bradford of New Rochelle, N. Y., is preparing to maintain the family tradition for association with printer's ink. She's a journalism student at New York University now. piiiuiuie scuic. miss vnanoiic Holshof and Mrs. Mary Statos were guests. The next meeting will be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kizer in two weeks.- Saturday and preached to an Ad-ventists congregation. fcHMtwim liw ij nil , Mrs. Thomas Farlow accompan All-Bban absorbs moisture, forma a soft mass, and gently cleanses the system. This delicious cereal also furnishes vitamin B and contains iron." Two tatlespoonfuls daily, with milk or cream, are usually sufficient. Stubborn cases may require All-Bran ofteher. If not relieved this way, consult your doctor. Serve All-Bran in some form each day, either as a cereal, or cooked into muffins, breads, etc. Eat it regularly for regular habit. Guaranteed by the Kellogg Company. Sold by all grocers. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. . ConttiptUion iu to inntfficinit "bulk" Brownsville Brownsville. The Ladies Studv ied Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Morgan of Salem to Triangle Lake last Sun with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Jack ert Nordyke and Ivan Makinster. Goar, as tlielr husbands have em club met Friday at the home of Mrs. H. C. Thompson. Mrs. W. H. day where they spent the day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Elliott. ployment away from home. Mr. and Mrs. Wllllum Gjlkey Mrs. Clyde Grovo and son of Albany and Harley Inman of Ten They were accompanied Dy Mrs. Nordyke, Lewis Sandoz and Mr. Rebiscker of Newberg. This gospel team Is sponsored by the C. E. of the Friends church. Mr. and Mrs. John Ridenours, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maros, Mr. and Mrs. Elza Oliver, all of Falls Mile visited at the home of Mr. i and Mrs. Charles Alexander Sun day. III all of Albany, were Sunday callers of Mrs. Winnie Marshall. Munley Watson of Yoncalla has been visiting at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Alva Byers, for several days. Mrs. Grell of Tangent and Mrs. Moistcr of Albany called on Mrs. Yelton and Mii,;. Wells 'Sunday afternoon. Daisy Ashton spent the weekend at Corvallis. Elton Sheler is working In Kings Valley. Mrs. Cassie Thompson spent last week in Albany visiting her cousin. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Burk-hart of Tennessee, were Wednesday evening callers at the Ray Johnson home. The health nurse visited the Lakeview school Tuesday to score the children in 4-H club work. Mrs. Wesley Mullcr and Mrs. Dick Tapper spent Wednesday in Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Hillings of Lebanon were calling on Republican committeemen Sunday. Mr. Billings is a candidate for sheriff. and Mr. and Mjtf. Merle Gllkey and daughter, Shirley, drove to Newport Sunday where they were guests for the day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Franklyn Gilkey. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zeller and family and Mrs. Zellcr's father, Herman Schulte, and Mrs. Steve Crenshaw were Salem visitors Monday. Mrs. Elsie Bartnick and daughter, Lauretta; Mrs. Lauru Piatt and Dave Hoshart of Seio drove to Independence Sunday and visited ut the Harry Elmore and Harry floshart humcs. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Holt spent Sunday at Yamhill as guests of the Behrman family. County Agent Floyd Mullen held u meeting in Crabtree Tuesday evening, April 21st, for the GROCERY FFS ill othy Vehrs; vocal duet by Lllamae Fitzing and Evelyn Mick; play, "Clever Mr. Clovertop"; song, Ellamae Pitzing, Evelyn Mick and Vchna Middlestadt. - John Shepnerd was a guest at the Agricultural club banquet hall An the Memorial Union hall in Corvallis, Friday evening, April 17. About 600 people attended. . Mr., and Mrs. Paul Bartnick and son, Lawrence, of Portland were here voer the week end visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Burl-nick and son returned to Portland and Mrs. Bartnick remained several days, staying at the Ambrosek home and helping with repair :work on their farm, i Miss Jacqueline Noble .was a ,Sunday guest at the Alfred Meyer home in Crabtree. In the afternoon the tamily and guest made a trip to Soda Springs. Visitors at the Steve Crenshaw brim. Ui.t.rl.... ......... Iyf , .1 hi.... FREE DELIVERY PHONE 73 ueaman had charge of the meeting. Mrs. Imogene Shea gave a talk on her recent trip to Mexico and sang two songs of Mexico composed by herself. Mrs. Sarah Isom and Mrs. Clara Starr were guests. Mrs. J. H. McMahan and. Mrs. Dean Morse assisted. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Morse and daughter, Phyllis spent the weekend in Medford looking after property and visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cameron visited with Barney Egli at the Lebanon hospital Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. Wayne Wright and daughter, June, left Monday for a few days visit with relatives at Molalla. Homer, Mitsch and Miss Jean-nette Kroeker made a business trip to Seaside Saturday. Miss Blanche Gustavson and Mrs. Hal Landon spent the weekend in Monmouth attending a rally of the World Wide Guild girls of the Baptist chruches of this district. Joe Bates spent Friday and Saturday al his home at Corbelt. He is employed here at the Hcdlund hatchery. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Sawyer accompanied by Mrs. S. B. Sawyer spent Saturday in Albany on business. Bruce Dowline is leaching in the Features for Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, April 24, 25,-26, 27,- WE ARE OPEN AND AT YOUR SERVICE EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK FROM 6:30 A.M. TO 10 P. M. a iu... r:.. u : c.i.j n..: "-r.A-t- n lien i luiiifJii ill omau uicaanig City, and Mrs. Frank Fitzgerald of j Bellefourche, S. Dak., were week-l end visitors at the home of John ! Dickinson of . Ames Creek. Mes-' dames, Rindenoure, Maros and; Fitzgerald are sisters of Mr. Dickinson, Mrs. Fitzgerald had not seen her brother for 12 years. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver were former neighbors of the Dickinson family in Wyom- ing. - I Mrs. William Taylor of Grand-! view. Wash., is visiting her moth- er, Mrs. S. Swanson, who has been seriously ill with flu and pneumonia. The April meeting of the East Linn county teachers association met at Bundox Inn at 5 o'clock Tuesday evening. Baseball was played till supper time when a picnic supper was served beside a eampfire. Alta Hcdlund was ap-1 pointed to draft ground rules for' the baseball game to be played at Sweet Home May Day. Sanv Cairnes, Alice Ginther and Leon! Blankenship are the committee in charge of the joint commencement j for the eighth grades of the fourteen districts, which is to be held at Sweet Home May 8. Ruth Towne, Irene Neugart and Everett Daugherty. who have charge of; the May Day music festival, re-i ported plans completed for the music. Twenty-five were present, at the picnic. County Supcrin- tendent and Mrs. Bennett were guests. Dr. Parr of the state department of education and County Superin-; tendent Bennett were in Sweet purpose of explaining the soil conservation program and elect a I community committee to admin-j ister the act. A large crowd was In attendance. John Shepherd was elected director. L. O. Gorman and Frank Ilctzer, committeemen and Sam Schuler, alternate. COFFEE ;sasss,i;;2 Americas favorite Scio Scio. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Mar SHAW'S Vacuum Pack Miracle Whip 26c Pound glass jar . . -r.- -. n-rt fl'loyd Crenshaw - and family of Sweet Home and Mr. and Mrs. Carol Crenshaw and Lloyd Cien-shaw of Westfir. Mrs. May Higginbothum and daughters, Frances, Belly and Margaret, of Silverton were weekend guests of Mrs. Anna Serfling. tin of Eugene visited Tuesday at the Tom Smail home in Scio. Mr. Martin has been employed as fireman on the State steamship "Oregon" plying between Portland and r.4y3iuy,' Knox Butte : Knox Butte. Thursday friends of Mis. Winnie Marshall met at the Coneland home and had a mis- C Jars 2)C t5r""---s'J Quart yEiTiBiffi Jars absence of Milton Metheany who China. He has made five trips on OUR SPECIAL, ground fresh,' pound 18c 3 pounds .': . 50c ill the freighter in the past lwo!ls conlined to Ips home with I Herman Kowitz and brother, to Icellancous shower. Mrs. Marshall, years, each passage taking about ! ness. will Kowitz. of 1-acomlj, drove who lias made her home in Wash- Portland Tuesday on business. Miss Slide Barnes uf Albany I nigton for several years, has Dinette Vegetables Quart , Cj Bottle W SANI-CLOR FOR SALAD three months time. The ship carries lumber to the Orient and returns from China and the Philippines with copra and sugar. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lytic, owners of the Scio Tribune, left Wednesday evening by train for Cheyenne, W'yo., where they will visit Sweet Home Sweet Home. The Gospel team from Pacific college at Newberg conducted services at 11 a.m. and at 7 p. m. at the Evangelical church Sunday. They also assisted at the 2:30 services at Sunnvside. and Anthony Goldhammer of Port- turned to livt on her own place, land were visitors recently at the ! Tht"re WPre 29 R"ests. Those from Piatt home. n,t ' t,,p community were, Mrs. Mrs. Herman Zellcr's father, I J1"8?1-'" lU',cvAls, "l,d Mrs- GnW Herman Schulte, ' of Spokane, ' ' Albany and Mrs. Mo- Wash., is visiting for several days KV' 'l' ,L"m?; MonUm";, ni ii, 7,.n..r i,,.. I llle '"st of ' week Mr. and No. 1 Tall Can 5c Van Camp's 2 size can HOMINY CATSUP the family of a son. They plan to ! Members of the team were Mar- ..v....... TV1..u ..f All J ll...:.. , una, imni ,u stlUilliy mm IIU'U , Sunday visitors at the Fred spend some time with two daugh- gnret Conlson, Mary Collver, Rob- Home Monday on a visil of i ; house guests, Mr. and Mrs. lliukev SILVER NIP GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 12-ounce bottle 9c I OLIVES 5ii r,f r.."1' 2 for25it 16-ounce bottle 10c Superiors, plain or salted, 2tb box 22c GINGER SNAPS Crackers Corn Beef .us' 12-ounce cans 2 for 33c dozen 3c Summer home were Mr. and Mrs. Smith Holt of Salem und Mr. and Mrs. Russell Knighten of Albany. Ed Smith is still in very poor health and is to enter a hospital in Portland within the next few days to submit to an operation. Mrs. A. Dinsniore and daughter of the DeVaney district visited Tuesday at the Piatt residence. : , Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Summer were guests Sunday at Mrs. Summer's parental home near Marion. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Vaughn and Mrs. Wagner, Mr. Vaughn's mother, of Dallas were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mis. Joe Ambrosek, Mrs. Wugner is an aunt of Mrs. Ambrosek. Mrs. Roy Lelghton and daughter, Mable, visited Sunday ut the home of Al Kief, a brother of Mis. Leighton, of Peterson Butte. ' Mrs. Carl Yunkor is now living and niece of Chicago, came out to see Mrs. Wells. Mrs. Paul Ashton spent Friday in Salem on a pleasure trip. Ray Wallace, who lias been with his sister, Mrs. George Elkins, for sometime, returned to his home at Westlake Monday. Marvin lluikhiiit has employment at a CCC camp at Upper Soda. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kean, Mr. and Mrs. George Kean, Mr. and Mrs. Hay Furnish and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Frietag drove to Sodaville Sunday afternoon. Alva Byers, Boh Buikhart, Arthur Marshall and Mauley Cope-land went to Alsea fishing Sunday and caught the limit. Mrs. Copeland went with them and spent the day with her sisters. Mrs. Howard Morss. Mr. and Mrs. Ahin Carnegie, Mrs. Archibald and Mrs. Carnegie, f 1 .V' L. E mjp mmd tBl& her I BEST FOODS Farming's BREAD AND s". BUTTER Pickles 15-oz. 1 jc jar ID FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES New Shafter White Spuds, 4 tbs. . . . 15c Fresh Peas, 4 pounds 25c Spinach, fresh local, 3 lbs 11c Asparagus, local, fancy long green lb, 10c Cauliflower, head 9c Fancy Sunkist Lemons, dozen 15c Wrapped and packed Winesap Apples box 99c Federal Matches, Five boxes ........ 13c That wife of mine is a swell person, but OF INTEREST TO GRAHAM CRACKERS IO bars 29c Gem 1 1 Nut, lb C -i SOAP Wonder Margarine Mil 1 Oregon mlLI tall cam Cake Flour 3 for 19c . . . . -.4 Crown 5 lb sack 37c Every Menu Maker . . Let bakery products add a delightful touch to your daily meals. Our different, tasty sutrjrestion.s will save you' much worry and trouble .... and the family will be greatly appreciative.' YOUR GROCER HAS De Moss Bread ASK FOR IT BY NAME! she's done nothing but experiment with coffee for the last six months. She's fussed with this and she's fussed with that. I've seen her experiment with half a dozen different ways of measuring the coffee and water. She's tried all systems of making her coffee. She's hopped around from one brand to another. And we haven't gotten anywhere. So, last night I up and told her: Let's get bock to Hills Bros. Coffee and stick with it I don't know what it's got. They lalk about Controlled Roasting, and ground right to taste right and vacuum-pucking and a lot of other reasons why CMSCO, 3-lb. can 55c ' i 6-lb. can $1.05 2 Box . . ; ... 25c PORK & BEANS Van Camp's 22!, ok. cans. 3 for 25cH POWDERED ' SUGAR " 3 lbs. 22c BORENE ' Horax Soap Granules large 10-oz. pkgs 2 for 65c 13-c. ptcbtgf and 1 Br BOgENt, SOAP BOTH OO FDR djQ Buy 2 Kellogg's Corn Flakes AND 1 Wheat Krisst for 29c o and get 1 packmg PEP A 42c yjjue De Moss Bakery it's better. Any how.I know we get a lot mott pleasure out of drinking coffee when we use Hills Bros. Is is 212 West First Street Phone 137 0

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