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Albany, Oregon
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Wednesday, April 29, 1936
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F WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1936 THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OttGOH PAGE THREE r crpnter work. Willard Brown is ilo having a barn built with Mel As "Future Veterans" Unleashed Attack' on War. LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY Kotthoff at the Fisher-Braden fu- neral home in Albany Thursday vin Williamson as head carpenter. aiternoon. interment was in the . Maxine wuiette came from Tan Jefferson cemetery. NEIGHBORHOODS Helen Khis of Jefferson called gent Friday evening where she is employed as primary teacher, and drove to Monmouth where she was a guest of friends at the normal at the E. S. Brower home Friday evening. L .fit Oakville school during the weekend. J. F. Grenz started a crew to twining and training the Thiessen- k Jrs r- Sam &;M'r,t -.1 d Mr. and Mrs. Glen Williams were at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ureiiz nup yara i uesaay morn Oakville Music by MarEasons orchestra of Shedd. A talk by Mrs. Walter Smith of Corvallis on her experience as a teacher in the nig. Harold Jackson near Tangent Thursday to see members of the Jackson family who are quite ill with measles. SHEDD SCHOOLS TO ENTERTAIN AT BIG MAY DAY PROGRAM Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Eagy are Scravelhill Scravclhill. Dean Robinson, who had been visiting at the home of his mother, Mrs. Tessie Robinson, for several days returned to the CCC camp at Reedsport lust week. Helen Cowgill, assistant 4-H club leader, visited with the camp cookeiey and clothing clubs at the school house Friday afternoon. Archie Brower spent the week end at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Brower. Raymond Baker and Merle Jones of Fairfield, Iowa, were overnight guests Thursday at the home of Mr. Baker's cousin, D. W. Porter, and family. They left Friday morning for Marshfield where they will visit a brother, William Baker. The boys expect to stay in Oregon some time. Raymond is a son of the late Dr. R. E. Baker, formerly of Albany college. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Overhol-ser of Tangent were guests at the Frank Johnson home Friday. Members of the Scravelhill 4-H improving the agy farm by cultivating the yard in preparation for a lawn. A pool is being construct ed by Mr. Ayerhart, who has had considerable experience in pool construction on public grounds as well as private homes. Mr. and Mrs. Otho Froman ae companied by Betty Lehn and An nabel McKinley spent Sunday in balem on a pleasure trip. Mr. and Mrs. Price of Alsoa were visitors last week at the home of Mrs. Price s brother, J. S. Taylor Shedd. (Special) Plans are completed for the May day festival to be held Friday, May 1, at the Shedd school. The program scheduled is as follows: 11:15 to 12:15, music festival by the Belle Plain, Greenback Peoria, Ash Swale, Pine Grove and Shedd grade schools; 12:15 to 1:15, basket dinner in domestic science room; 1:15 to 1:30, election of Community club officers; 1:30 to 2:30, coronation of the queen, May pole dance and music; 2:30, baseball games, between Shedd and Halsey high school boys and girls. (- Each family is being, asked,, by the dinner committee to bring three articles of food from the following list: Vegetable salad, baked beans, two pies, one cake, macaroni and cheese. Everything is to be free. ' Last week's rain was welcomed by both fruit and grain growers. visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kotthoff. rfom there they will go, to Bend where the brothers expect to find employment. Henry Kotthoff and son, Henry, jr., of Portland were in Jefferson several days last week, called here by the death and burial of Henry's brother, Frank Kotthoff. Fred Kotthoff returned home with his brother and nephew to Portland for a few days' visit. Scio Scio. Mrs. Lyda Van Brunt returned to her Scio home this week after three months' hospitalization in Albany. The aged woman was . seriously burned at her home in January when her clothing ignited fum a blaze in an open stove. Mrs. Amos Yocubets is expected home soon from a Corvallis hospital where she underwent an emergency appendectomy April 20. Friends and former schoolmates of Helen Cejka will be interested to learn that she has been declared this year's champion speller of Saline county, Nebraska. She recently took first place in oral and second in written spelling in a contest in Wil-ber, when ten counties were represented. She will compete in the Omaha World-Herald contest in Many and at the Nebraska state fair in September. Helen is the 12-yeur-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cejka, who formerly lived on the John Egr farm seven miles southeast of Scio. Scio chamber of commerce presented a program of musical skits and dancing at the Mt. Pleasant school house three miles northeast of Scio Friday evening. R. W. Tripp of Albany spoke briefly in the interests of the Greater Willamette Valley association. Earl Dartnik is visiting Scio relatives while recuperating from a cracked right elbow he suffered last week in a Portland planing mill. Bartnik has been employed in Portland since his graduation from Scio high school several years ago. Mrs. F. T. Bilyeu Saturday attended a district convention of An absence of cold rains, heavy clubs sent biscuits and tea towels to the 4-H club leaders' meeting in Albany Saturday afternoon io winds and frosts to interfere with pollenization is a big factor favoring a heavy yield of fruit for this schools of Japan and tap dance numbers in addition to miscellaneous numbers by local talent are arranged for the special women's program, sponsored annually by the Oakville community club Friday night, May 8. Ruth Reeve, teacher of the primary grades, spent the weekend at her home in North Bend, Ore. Oakville people going to Eugene to attend the state convention of the young people's Christian Endeavor were. Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Clark, Erman McLagan, Vernus Barker, Mary Lamb, Donald Stockton and Mary Yates. Rev. Moore, pastor of the Multnomah United Presbyterian church, Portland, preached the morning sermon at the Willamette church, Oakville, Sunday. Rev. Moore came from the state Endeavor convention at Eugene as a guest of Rev. and Mrs. Clark. The group returned to the convention city for the afternoon services. A large percent of local farmers have attended soil conservation meetings held recen'lv in Shedd and Tangent. C. H. Brown has been elected committee chairman of the Shedd district. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bulman drove to Creswell, Sunday, where they spent the day with relatives. Grant Lindsay was an employee of the Montgomery Ward store in Corvallis Saturday, Relatives have received word that Edith Campbell, teacher in the Portland schools, will be leaving on an extensive vacation trip, touring European countries and year, say fruit men. Trees were unusually full of bloom and the blossom season lasted longer than be used for judging demonstrations. Mrs. Floyd Caywood and Dorothy Amnion, local leaders, attended the meeting. Mrs. J. F. Grenz, Mrs. H. Amnion, Clnusic Ammon and Mrs. W. F. Grenz attended the luneral services for their uncle, Frank ordinary which adds to the optim istic view of orchardists, according to reports. Henry Obermeyer, a profession al sheep shearer from near Albany, sheared a flock of sheep owned by Glen Junkin of Albany and George C la S i iti'.iiitain TMi SPECIAL Willett Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Paulson and Our experience in permanent waving has qualified us to offer you fully guaranteed waves, complete with shampoo, finger family and Mr. and Mrs. Chet Sardonic signs proclaiming their anlaponism to war and its aftermath of economic disaster, groups of the rapidly growing "Veterans of Future Wars" paraded about many college campuses in observance of the annual students' peace strike sponsored by the American Studfent Union. Columbia University students are pictured massed on the campus in New York City during thedemonstration. Carver, all of alem, were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and wave and haircut. Mrs. George Adams. Gertrude McLagan returned scheduled for the morning services 75c at Oakville next Sunday morning. These waves are soft, becoming, and we believe, with more curls than any other shop in the city. , Mr. and Mrs. George Jones of Waterloo were last Saturday guests of Jheir daughter, Mrs. L. P. Dawson, and family. " Betty Lawrence returned to her work in Albany after having spent the past week with her parents in Ash Swale. Ash Swale Ash Swale. Mr. and Mrs, J. R. Complete and spent the day at the beach. They also visited at the home of Mr. Chilton's aunt, Mrs. Lucy Chilton, and cousin. C. E. Chilton. Mrs. J. H. Roland has moved back to Jefferson after a few months residence in Salem. Mr. Roland will continue his work at the court house for a short time before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Henderson and Carl Henderson left Monday Other waves Horn $1.25 to $5.00, which Includes the NEW RAY, IMuchlnclcss, Heaterless Permanent Wave British Columbia, as soon as school closes. She will be accompanied by a teacher from British Columbia. Miss Campbell visit at the home of her cousin, Mrs. George Willett. at intervals and is known by Oakville people. A Townsend meeting held at the Gamble and little daughter, Irene, drove to Eugene Saturday to look after property interests. On Sunday they went to Brownsville to see their grand-mother Mrs. Anna Gamble, who is ill. Castle Permanent Wave Shop from Portland, a few days ago. where she visited at the home of her aunt Mrs. Fred Slate. Tom Hutchins, a resident. of the Oakville community for a number of years before going to California spent a part of last week with Mr. and Mrs. Grant Thompson. Sam Botkin. Jr.. of Alpine, was visiting Oakville friends, Sunday. Teachers and officers of the Bible school will meet at the J. C. Browns home Tuesday night, when Rev. E. J. Clark, pastor, will give a review of the Bible school lessons for the following month. Richard Stockton will conduct the devotional exercises. Evan Campbell, student at the Spicer Spicer. Mrs. Peter Karninski 107 I.yon Streets Phone 14 for Your Appointments Mr. and Mrs. Will Harrison morning for Malm for a few days Pythian Sisters at Hubbard community hall under the auspices i drove to Scio Thursday to visit their daughter, Mrs. Sank Hannah, and family for a few days. oi tne corvallis club Monday night was well attended. M. H. Acheson came' from Albany, Saturday, on business con Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knuths were in Lebanon Friday of last week. nected with getting the cemetery I C. C. Morris of Salem visited his brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Calloway, last Sunday. grounds ready for Memorial day ' exercises. Local teachers seen at the Educational conference held at the Monmouth State Normal school Saturday were Isabclle Hamilton, Maxine Willett and Paul Beight. Mrs. Sam Botkin. Sr.. came from Marie Whitaker, who has been in the Lebanon hospital for the pas( ten days with pneumonia, was able to be brought home Sunday. She is getting along nicely. Doth Monmouth State normal, was among those recently chosen for membership in Phi Beta Sigma, national . honorary for normal schools. Mr. Campbell was also elected president of Theta Delta Phi, men's national scholastic fraternity at a meeting held in April. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell and family resided in the Oakville vicinity previous to moving to near Eugene a few months ago. Special music from Corvallis is her home near Alsea Sunday for i her daughter, Madyletn, and sons, Andrew iind Frank, of Sodaville were visitors Sunday at the home of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Dan Campbell, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Borum were visiting friends in Jefferson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan A. Roth and sons were-dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Neuschwander near Lebanon. Mrs. John Quamme and daughters, Rudda and Doris, of Salem came down from Salem Sunday afternoon to visit their husband and father, John Quamme, who is at the home of their son, Stanley. Misses Lena and Lela Swander have been confined to their home for several days with a severe attack of tonsililis and flu, but reported recovering. Mrs. Guy Roger and son. Teddy, were visitors Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Dan Campbell. George Mackie, who has been recuperating from a recent operation at the home of his uncle, William Mackie. of Tangent, resumed his work, at the Vernon Cate farm Monday. Mrs. C. Carlson and son, Albei t, who are quite sick in Lebanon, are reported some better. Mrs. Carlson a week s stay with Mrs. T. F. Mc-Kinley. A new barn is under construction on the George MMlhollen farm. J. S. Taylor is doing the had a nervous breakdown and Albert has pneumonia. Miss Frances Booker returned from Oregon City, Saturday, where she had gone to attend the funeral of her brother-in-law, and be wilh her sister, Mrs. Jasper Kidwcll. Word was received in Ash Swale of the death of Mrs. Edna Hol-lingshead in Dallas Easter Sunday. Mrs. Hnllingshead made her home in Ash Swale a number of years. Ethel Harrison, who was threat ! Among the ladies attending the I "Qmforence on Family Living" 'held in Albany Friday, were Mrs. IL. H. Hollingsworth, Mrs. Jonas I Groves, Mrs. Gladvs Burkhart, jMiss Delia Cook. I Mrs. Milo Briles spent several Idays last week visiting her daugh ter, mis. Aaron Ingram, near Sodaville. X M " If you a Y iff ened with pneumonia, is better and will soon be back in school. The Ladies Auxiliary is to meet at the home of Mrs. Hugh Mallow in North Brownsville, Tuesday, May 5. The club quilt is to be set together that day. A pot luck dinner will be served at noon. Ladies please bring your needles and thimbles. Mr. and Mrs. Miner Billings of Blachly were dinner guests of their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Harrison, Sunday. Charles Jackson of North Brownsville is at the home of his son, John, in Ash Swale, while John is recuperating from an attack of measles. Franklin Watson is back in school after a seige of measles. Hazel Jean Harrison is also back in school afler several days absence on account of illness. Gerry Knuths is out of school due to an infected foot. Irvin Allen is laid up with measles. Mr. and Mrs1. Lyle Tucker were overnight guests at the home of Mrs. Tucker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.po riprienon. Fridnv nipht. ' Jefferson Jefferson. A lnrge number of the Methodist and Evangelical Sunday schools attended the district convention Sunday afternoon at the Presbyterian church in Marion. Other schools represented were the Talbot Union and Marion Friends. W. L. Cobb, president of thn Jefferson Townsend club announces that at the regular meeting of the club. Mrs. Marion Nagel will be the speaker. Her subject will be, "Stop, Iiok and Listen." Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Reike and family, and Mrs. and Mrs. W. C. 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