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Albany, Oregon
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Saturday, April 25, 1936
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THE ALBANY D E M O C R A T-H E R A L D, ALBANY, OREGON PAGE THREE SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1936 C ; : ; : 'Rahv Wppk' Pictures of On ins And Their New Dresses- - N. ' ' fEiiiTjll X.. - v f I Annette! ' JT V ;lYvonneJr : V - ? jCecitej , . c 'fcWK-;w: i ill I Pi tii t T Mm liii mi IiM iih iiii . 1 TMr,-"irfif -ffl-T'irf-nmin nTT'-WlfatifflMrifn T ' :fe- n H iM in I I - , SOC ETY. (Continued From Pago 2) unci lavors earned out the color scheme, The afternoon Was r passed - in conversation and"lancy work. . The next meeting is to be held May 7 at the home of Mrs. Ben Bartcher of near Albany. Turpin Home Scene Of Club Meeting. . Mrs. Parthene Turpin was hostess on Wednesday evening of this week to the members of the Officers- Club of the local .Degree of Honor Lodge, with nine members enjoying the evening. A business meeting was held and later a social hour was enjoyed. Ak a late hour the hostess served a dainty collation. Birthday Party Given For Miss Wagner. Mrs. A. F. Wagner entertained a group of girls Thursday, April i!3. at her home in Sunrise, in honor of the birthday of her daughter. Shirley, who was nine years old that day. Games were enjoyed on the lawn of the Wagner home. Bringing the afternoon to a close Mrs. Wagner served a light luncheon at a prettily appointed table. The guest list included: Audrey Bostrack, Carley Carpenter, Mary Fav Madley. Patsy Tycer, Kath-erine Sue Talbot, and the guest of honor. ' ''' Camp Fire Girls Hear Miss Shiu. The Odakanya group of the Camp Fire girls held a meeting; at the Library April 24. Miss Mary Shiu sang a number of Chinese songs and gave an interesting talk on China. A doughnut sale was planned for Saturday, May 2. A review of Persia and India, including modes of living and customs of the countries was given by Miss Leon a Liniibld and Miss Virginia Mornhinwcg. J. OPY. Circle Has Interesting Session. The JOY circle 0f the Presbyterian xet United at the home ul the new auYuoi bin. JICn-niH. - The very picturos of alert well-being, the Dionnc quiii- vuplots arc now nciirly 23 months old and splendid ex- amples of what scientific care is doing for children all over tlio world. iso, me picuires snow eacn oi uie in in new dresses from their spring wardrobe, while just below each is a sketch of other dresses. Each of the dresses in the sketches are made to fit the girl whose picture appears above it. If you will take your scissors, cut them out, bond down the tabs, you can fit it over the picture of the owner by cutting slits in the picture. The dresses cm be brightened by applying colored crayons to the sketches. f-r . '... " f submitted to minor surgery as did Mrs. Lottie James of Monroe this morning. Attending Convention Among the Albany high school students attending state Christian Endeavor society convention in Eugene this week end ore Mary Coznrt, Homer Groenlng, Earl Fortmlller artel Sitylor Dawson. TREMORS KEPHRTrn ' Los Angeles, April 25. Two minor earth tremors wfir ronnff- cd lust night in nearby beach towns. The ehooks came at 9 and 9:10 p. m. and were felt mainly in Santa Monica, Venice and Culver City. The tremors were not noticed In Los Angeles, Long Beach or i-usiiauna. - - , - How lone wonltr, your bank, ' account last, if you were sick or disabled - ' SEE US TODAY L. Stuart In. Agency Nothing But Insurance USE CHINESE HERBS WHEN OTHERS FAII Charlie Chan Chinese Herb Remedies : , are' non-DOison-. ous, their healing virtue has been tested ' hundreds of years In fol- lrt.utr.if fthrnnin ailments. . 8. B. Fang Throat, sinusitis, catarrh, ears, lungs) asthma, chronic cough, stomach, gall stonea, 'colitis, constipation, diabeteB,..kidnays, bladder, neari, nerves, neuiui-gia, rheumatism, high blood pressure, gland, skin sores, male, female, children disorders S. B. Fong, 8 years practice in China, Herb Specialist, . gives relief after others fail. 139 E. First St., Albaujr. Or. Wednesday 11 a.m., to 1 p.m. J o m wiN,' Frank Stoen o Vlsltotrs and John and of the Roekhill neigh borhood south ot Lebanon were business visitors ill Albany yesterday afternoon. I'rom Ilalsey Douglas Taylor, president of the llalsey State bank, and Mrs. Taylor transacted business and visited friends in Albany yesterday. Yisllinir in Albany-Mrs. C. W. Fox of Salem arrived in Albany yesterday to visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. W. ill. IS. icon. I I Trade in your rtld tires for new McClaren DuLuxe tires. Special trade in deal. Tedlock & Forster, 1st & Jackson Sis, a'23-25 Not til Albany Girl Hurt Ruth, 10-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan of North Albany and a student in the North Albany school, suslaindd a broken bone in her leg Tuesday evening of this week when she fell from her bicycle while returning from school. She is Mod to be making good progress at the home ol her parents. Mrs, A. F. Luther ot North Albany is her grandmother. To Locate In Oreiron Mr. Gibbons of San Francisco arrived in Albany yesterday with the view of locating on a farm in this section of the tale. From Portland-- C. D. Haley, T. Tucker and A. E. Nubher of Portland were among the business visitors spending last night in Albany. We have a hair cut for each member of the family. Try us. Terminal Barber Shop. u'2S-27 Attend Salem Meeting G. T. Hockensmith, C. E. Wil liamson and C. H. Murphy were in Salem yesterday to attend a meet- Ing of the Willamette Valley Project committee. Visitor in Albany-Mrs. Alma Meyers of Alpine, Benton county, was among the guests spending last night at a local hotel. Takes Charne of Store Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Morgan of Tacoma, Wash., arrived in Albahy yesterday to make their home. Mr. Mortun han bc-n appointed to 7 oCsl A-! ss bo- A no-host dinner was serve noon, and those present were led at small tables, the hostess be ing assisted in serving by Miss Bertha Beck and Miss Neva Wise. Twelve club members and complimented guests: Mrs. W. S. Aver-I ill, Mrs. Alvin Carnegie, Mrs. Ohl-1 ing and Miss Beck, enjoyed tl)e affair. Mrs. H. W. Wilson and Mrs. Elizabeth Veers of Corvalhs called during the afternoon. The next meeting will be held May 12 at the home ot Mrs. H. W. Coolev. Miss Ashton Hostess At Dancing Party. Last evening the Albany Country club was the scene of a gay dancing party, for a group of the younger set of Albany, when Miss Daisy Ashton entertained. The occasion . being Miss Ashton's birthday and dancing was enjoyed from 8:30 o'clock until 12 o'clock. During the evening punch- and birthday cakes were served the dancers. Cherry blooms and pink carnations formed the decorations. Chaperones for the affair were: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ashton, Mr n(J Mrs Qt;o Ka,.stens all'd Mr und Mrs. O. P. Romaine. The guest list included Misses Ruth Romaine, Betty Lou Harri son, Virginia Hood, Genevieve Williams, Nadine Bowman, Belly Fitzpatrick, Katherine Bowman, Joanne Burnett, Catherine Smith, Pauline Harradcr, Winifred Slau sen, Virginia Doerfler, Ann Dooley, Wilma Kangas Jeanette McClain, Margaret Williamson, Mary Edith Rohi bough, Alona Loomis, Betty Stuart, Katherine Carson, Ada Ashton. Pauline Ashton and the hostess. Messrs: John Richmond, Clarence Manning, Russell Hoyt, Victor Grocning. Neil Willis; John Dooley. Wayne Wilber, James Davis, Charles Coffyn, Fred John- on. Bill Hare, miuon wcwpori, Bob Hunter, Robert Saunders, Martin Schultz, Roy Olson, Clin- ton Stenberg. David Blake, Curl Stanley. Orvo Nikula, Earl John- XT.I...1.. T..I..,. .. 1 T.-:,U Al.-.. .,..-1 "'....It - !!, JJIIU'3 fllt-lll, rt l.-.ftl, clllU Elder, Scio ,Mrs. Dill Honored At Bridge Party. Mis. R. W. Dill was the inspira- tion for a bridge party yesterday afternoon, when Mrs. Lowell Sea- ton, entertained in her hoiftr with dessert-bridge at 1:30 o'clock. MivqDiU i 9 leave r.'fX) week have charge of the Western Auto Supply store here, succeeding R. W. Dill, who is promoted to a similar position ftt Everett, Wash. I'rom I'ortlund Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Williams ot Portland are to spend tho weekend in Albany at the home of Mrs. Williams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. French. Thev are here to bring buck to O.3.C. their son, Richard, j who recently sustained a broken arm. . i - From Oakville Mr. and Mrs. Grant Thompson of O.ikville are spending the day in Albany on a business and pleasure trip. From Turna-iil J. H. Scott, pioneer resident of the Tangent community, Is spending the day in Albany on business. At Albany General Willard Mallow of Route No. Tangent, underwent a major operation Thursday afternoon at the Albany general hospital. Rob ert Russell underwent a tonsillectomy at the some hospital yesterday. Walter Johnston of Albany was admitted for medical attention last evening and Frederick Osgood submitted to an operation for the removal of his tonsils this morning at) the same hospital. Returns from California-Mrs. Robert Pollak returned to Abany last evening from San Francisco where she had been for the past two weeks visiting her husband. Dlorre Granted Mrs. Frances McCann secured a divorce from Lloyd McCann in circuit court In CorvalliS this week. The plaintiff was restored the use of her maiden name, Frances Evers. Miss Evers is employed as bookkeeper in the Brands garage In Corvallis and is' a form- i er Albany resident Returns from Portland Mrs. William Pollak has return ed to Albany from a several weeks visit in Portland with her sister, Mrs. Robert Miller. At Local Hospital Mrs. G. E. .Richards of Albany underwent an operation for the removal of her tpnsils yesterday at the Bridgwater hospital; Lila Bcrtrum of Halsey ut;drwent a tonsillectomy at the hospital this morning; Mora Itay ot S.ielby Edith Elder on Thursday evening, i Anril 1(1. Devotionals were led by I Miss Esther Height, Mrs. Elder Have a most interesting talk on China, where she was a missionary for many years, and displayed a number ot curios from that country. At the close of the meet-: ing Chinese refreshments were served. The hostess was assisted in serving by her daughter, Rachel. , Miss Warren Given Party Last Sunday. Last Sunday evening a dinner and miscellaneous shower was given in honor of Miss Edna Warren at the B. Ridders home in Benton county, by Miss Lucile Ridders and Mrs. Walter Thomson. The evening was spent informally and drawn to a close by Bobby and Junior Newton presenting Miss Warren with a basket of gifts. Among those present were: Miss Warren, Miss Amy Metcalf, Miss Vera Tracy, Miss Lillian M'.-tcalf, Miss Elizabeth Reuland, Miss Viola Miller, Miss Marie Kimv.-y, Miss Margy Firchau, Miss Julia Bender. Miss Margy Kamph, Miss Anna Bender. Miss Estella Dorgan Miss Wilma Kamph. Mrs, Leo Reuland. Mrs. Hazel Merrill, Mrs. William Kamph, Mrs. Harold Fisher, Mrs. Ned Mel-calf, Mrs. Henry Ridders and the hostesses, Miss Lucile Ridders a:id Mrs. Walter Thomson. iJane Osqood Circle H- d ears rrog ram. I The Jane Osgood circle of the Baptist church met at the home of Mrs. William Luther, Tuesday evening, April 14. Mrs. Norma Lovely led the devotional service and Miss Dena Fromm gave the interesting missionary resume, of the work of T. Kagawa. Mrs. Vera McLean was the ro clpicnt of a number of gifts dur- ing the social hour, as oompli- mints from the members. Bringing the evening to a close d 'UMV-l.l--l.Ml SVl.u IVJ .", 1. 1,. members present. Corvallis Home Scene Of Home Ec Dinner. The Home Economics club of Grand Prairie grange was enter-tamed Tuesday of this week by Mis Bessie Johmon, at the home of Prof. Harry L. Heard at the . Countiy Club Way, at Cuivallis i i I , ' ! ! I : for Everett, Wash., where Mr. Dill has been transferred by the West-; cm Auto Supply company. i Mrs. Dill received the guest prize and Mrs. George Berry high score prize. Two tables were in play during the afternoon. ' Twenty Tables in Play at Benefit. Twenty tables of contract and auction bridge were in play last evening when the American Legion Auxiliary entertained at its annual benefit card party at the Memorial hall. A style show and interesting musical program were other features of the evening and at a late hour light refreshments were served. Bouquets of spring flower3 and greenery were used as decorations. Prizes went to Mrs. Walter Kiropp, in contract, Mrs. Elmer Whetstone, Lebanon, received high score in auction bridge and door prizes went to Mrs. L. L, ! Mrs. Norval Rietz and Swan, Walter Stuart. ; ; New Gymnasium Dedicated Tuesday, Brownsville. (Special) The dedication of the new gymnasium was held Tuesday evening with the Lions ciuo in cnarge. i ne program was as follows: Band music, Earl Loucks and his school band; invocation, Rev. O.i l,r Tl 1..4 I..... 1. W. Payne; introductory remarks r, .... lTi.-r.n- nt-r... i ,1 nr. Tir.r.R r,l..L. 11VU 1 l.lllll, (11 LIUVlll. UIUIII IIUW,. band, primary rooms, "Parade of r,r.-1,,r1n rnhnn knftH' Dr..r,r.n- thi. Wrinrfpn Sfllriir.", ronHini , ' NOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS If your paper lias not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 o'clock call D. M. RohrbouRh, Phone 718-Y and a copy will bo delivered by special carrier. Report all other complaints to the office, Phone 15 The Albany Democrat-Herald THE WEATHER Oregon and Washington: Fuir tonight and Sunday, but considerable Cloudiness near coast; local frosts in east portion tonight; gentle east to south wind off coast. Maximum temperature yesterday locally, 65 degrees; minimum temperature last night, 42 degrees; rainfall, .10 inches; river, 5.3 feet. Ietetrs Unclaimed The following letters remain uncalled for at the post office: J. H. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. G. Campbell, Paul Cutch V. J. Dolus, Mrs. Boyd Eidson, J. G. Elliott, 'Stanley Keller, Mrs. Vein Louk, R. o WMIhnur Rnlnh Mann. Jnhnnlp r'; m- w u nncVwnil Mrs q m.' Smith, Mrs. Ruby Walker, Hav Wheeler E F Weidner. nki. ' . a ,r n... i i UMIKH, UIW1I7 Ul. 11.11" sey and Brownsville, writes the . IJ.r.ilH tl.,.1 lir. 1 e ll.-Hf ,..... . .......... ...... ... .- ay for his old home in Ohio to visit relatives. This is his first OreL'ori when a young man He orders his naner sent to Kencral delivery at Columbus, Ohio. DANCE, MOOSE nAIX, ALBANY Sat. Nile, April 25. Siegmund's Orchestra playing. One nil.-' only. U23-25 Luella Line: skit. Robert Pavneiu,pe nmi Wehh- nnom r.nroirt rrnxtrntt- limn h!h ihnni nior, cfclb .. the Rest o tho World Go by (Ball), "Farewell,"! (payn); address. Professor Lon stiner. director o'f Dhvsical educa-l tjon o. S. C; song, high school Glue club, 'Tip," (Moore). ' o a o o O

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