Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on April 30, 1936 · Page 5
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April 30, 1936

Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 5

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THURSDAY, APRIL 30 1936 THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY," OREGON PAGE FIVE' Don Keebler; Hal, Frank Cruson; Pete, Kenneth Eichner. Prudence, new girl in town, Georgia Anderson. Terry's friends Patty. Buena LEBANON SENIORS i TO PRESENT PLAY ON FRIDAY NIGHT Star in Sports LATE. COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS Answer to Previous Purzl? was held in Corvallis last evening with a large number of members present in addition to the officers. An entertainment was followed by a social hour and Dutch lunch. Officers from Albany installed were: L. F. McClain, dictator; Henry R. Traylor, vice-dictator; James Morely, prelate; George Campbell, secretary; Russell Voss, treasurer; W. H. Watson, and W. 5H A R L I 'E J C IH A.P Li I iNl 20 Horner: Jane. Hilda Speasl: Miriam. Marjorie Billings ; Vivian, Inez Preever. Party Extras Flor- j once llainz, Thelma Hawkins,' Mary Merzenich. j A set has been constructed for an outdoor scene by the staging crew composed of Ruth Cray, Kenneth Eichner, and Kenneth Blatchley. During the perform-! ance the stage managers, Miss j Medler, Jack1 Keebler, Lorris Phelps and Leroy Ingram will bo in charge of scenery and stage property will be handled by Buena Horner. Sport clothes to be worn in the play are loaned by ; the courtesy of the Home Eco-! A S SHR P E P. 5 5TR AM N'EjHwj i !Nbl r Sua TBRAtN?da CHARUE ihdTi1e!di lbsit t.-A . (pi.). She is an all-round . In a short time Kludin. Line. Hail! liolf device. Tumor. Striped fabric. To hasten. (Inme played on horseback. (ira.v.lpnrenUil. Nation's war Lebanon. (Special) A cast of twenty senior students will present the comedy "Growing Pains" at the Lebanon high school auditorium on Friday evening May 1 at 8 under the direction of Miss Kee Buchanan of the school faculty. - Parents of adolescents and the adolescents themselves will enjoy this sparkling play that presents a light-hearted picture of the situation existing in the homes of today where there are boys and giris who are grown up at II. Bacon, trustees: B. E. Lee, sergeant at arms; Ed Shaw, inner Guard; John Findlcy, outer guard; W. F, Grubbe, past Albany visitors last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Phillips visited last Sunday at the heme of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Davis of Silvcrton. They found Mrs. Davis quite ill with high blood pressure. She is a sister of Mr. Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Puschel and children visited relatives at Salem Sunday. Mrs. Wilbur Funk made a business trip to Albany Monday afternoon. : Harold Maine made a business trip to Salem one day last week, Mrs. Amos Yocubat of West Scio was rushed to the Corvallis hospital the fore part of the week where she underwent an opera-lion for appendicitis. Mrs. diaries White and daughters and Miss Jesie Breeden were Albany visitors and shoppers last Saturday. Guy Funk made a trip to Mount Angel one evening recently. Malcolm Miller is recovering from injuries to his foot caused HORIZONTAL 1 Who is tho girl in tlic picture? 12 Musicnl instrument. 13 Perfection ntnmlanl. 14 Source of Ipecac. 10 Fetid. 17 Thick board. 15 Examination. IS Mineral fissures. 21 Deer. 22 World. 23 Poetry muse. 27 Conscious. 31 Pirate. IHiA 4D1- io E icicle it m rIn e i nTr ooaw e ie ir Democrat-Herald Want Ads. Bring Results. Si iL'E'N TMLA Nl Al'Tl E L" R E'LTl iN ErSl lE N G'L A Nl vessels. To bang. Schilling 4S Pique. . 50 Land right. 51 Molten rock. 62 Act of aiding. 53 Part in a drama. 2 1iry. 3 Proposed. 4 To immerse. 5 Not occupied. 6 To apportion cards. Narrative poem. nomics class and Miss Kraus. Publicity is in charge of Miss Moe. The high school orchestra under the direction of Mr. Wiscarson will play before the first curtain and also during the intermission between acts. Cover. Halsey Halsey. Jean Sturtevant was surprised with a birthday party Monday evening. Guests were Elaine Straley, Geraldine Straley, Mildred Sanders, Esther Bass, Louise Starr, Margaret Davis, Alice Bayne, Irene Davis, Kathleen Munkers, Alice Sturtevant, Mrs. Hazel Munkers, J.- Alan Wickham and the honored guest's father, D. H. Sturtevant. Purity Past Noble Grand club held its monthly meeting at -the home of Mrs. Esther F. Bond Friday afternoon. Thomas Palmer of Stayton spent the week end with ins mother, Mrs. Gladys Palmer. Little Herman Koontz and brother, Jimmie, have been very ill with influenza. They were reported better Monday. Their father, Frank Koontz, has also contracted the ailment. Members of the Church of Christ with the assistance of the new minister, Rev. Ellsworth Coulter and Mrs. Coulter are doing considerable improving at the parsonage. The lawn . has been plowed and spaded and will be sown to grass. Rev. and Mrs. Coulter with the help of Hev. Coulter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Coulter of Cottage Grove, who with their daughter, Frances, came Monday, are painting the interior. Mr. and Mrs Albin Walbera iiu, 32 Entrance Paragraph. The Supreme 51 She starred in 7 Crown coarse. the 1932 S Kind. games. . 9 Caterpillar s 55 Her first name hair. fourteen. The cast of characters appearing on Friday evening are: Mrs. Mclntyre. Norma Smith; Professor Mcliityre, Fred Johannsen; George Mclntyre. 17 and grown up. Dick Siver; Terry Mclntyre, 14-year-old tomboy daughter, Ona Forbis; Brian, the big boy admired by Terry, Bruce Parton; Sophie, maid, Jean Bahrkc; Mrs. Patterson, one who has reared a child from a book, Mary Merzenich; Elsie Patterson, the daughter who was book reared, Floreine Cala-han; the officer, Claude O'Brien. The Gang Dutch, Kenneth Blatchley; Omar, who stutters. by riming a pitchfork tine m it. His daughter, Vernell, is absent from sciiool with a sprained society. 33 Sugary. 34 Silly. 35 Flower. 39 Prophet. 42 Flames. 47 Egg-shaped Reins. Smell. Wheal. SleiKh. . Monkey. unkle. School at Munkers Hist. No. G8 Joint Installation Staged by Moose 10 Above. 11 ltlrd s home. YKUTICAL 1 Knife. 12 She is a skill- Silkworm. will close May 1. Mrs. Golda Studnicka, teacher, was re-elected lo teach next school year. Raking Powder makes biscuits as fluffy as snowflukes A joint meeting and installation of ot fleers of the Albany, Corvallis and Eugene Moose lodges LEBANON YOUTH HELD Walter Schneider of Lebanon ! day seeing after her business in terest here and the moving of the Hoffman building. j Mr. ana Mrs. Harold Muller and two sons. Jerry and Duane. motored to Albany on a combined business and pleasure trip Satur- ; day. I Mr. and Mrs. William Dusen-berry are proud of their son Robert's accomplishments at Southern Oregon Normal school at Ashland. He is a member of Theta Delta Phi, men's scholastic honorary and Phi Beta Sigma, national teachers' honorary. He won his letter in football and was a member of the Little Sons basketball team which won more pub- licity in southern Oregon than the SONS team. P. J. Forster is having his home : and that of his mother-in-law given a new coat of paint. Robert Forster of Salem spent Sunday here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Forster. , In a practice baseball game played here Sunday between Corvallis and the Halsey tovn team Corvallis won by a score of 12 to4. ! Francis Norton is assisting with the switchboard work this week while Mr. Smith is busy with telephone lines and installation of new phones. Monday he installed new phones at the Chrurch of Christ parsonage and the Harry Chance home. Mr. and Mrs. E. Clair Miller motored to Cascadia Sunday for the day. ; A. M. Goltra celebrated his 75th birthday recently and his son, Charles Goltra and wife of Albany had dinner and spent the ' day with him. Ralph Wade was a passenger for Albany Mondav afternoon. ' Mr. and" Mrs. L. D. Taylor and daughter, Martha Jane, returned to their home Monday evening from Portland where they spent the week end visiting Mrs. Taylor's mother, Mrs. Nelson, and other relatives and celebrating Martha's second birthday. I Mrs. J. W. Davis went to Eu- ! gene Monday to remain until Tuesday visiting her sister, Mrs. Spooner, and family. i D. H. Sturtevant spent Sunday visiting friends and relatives in Lebanon. i Mr. and Mrs. John Bressler enjoyed a visit Sunday from his brother. Perry Bressler, and son, Clyde Bressler, and wile and son 'and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen all of Lyons. j Mr. and Mrs. Carl Isom of Lebanon spent Sunday here with Mr. Isom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Isom. I Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Goody-koontz and daughters, Betty and Wanda, and Gwendolyn Bressler spent Sunday in Corvallis. I Mrs. Frank Maxwell and son, ; Lawrence, took John Maxwell back to his employment at Molalla Monday after he had spent , the week end at home. was placed in the Linn county jail Wednesday ill lieu of $300 bail pending his araignment in justice court today on a statutory charge, on which he was arrested Tuesday by Deputy Sheriff Mike Southard. sen 1 let him IS IS 16 IS Si 55 St J?M WCJL 'fl V i-JB H9 S S , 4 i5 136 1,1? i& lif? 110 U I Ul 46 146 . j jo CONSTIPATED" 25 YEARS, ALL-BRAN BROUGHT RELIEF talkhimself ft Delicious Cereal Corrected His Condition Ilcre is Mr. Johnson's letter: "I got a package (of Kellogg s Aix-liltAN), and before the paeknge wus gone I was very much better. figured in an automobile wreck on their trip to Southern California. Mr. Walberg is back at Molalla working, but Mrs. Walberg is still at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Lide Grant, recuperating from her injuries. She was thrown against the windshield and out the door onto the pavement. The car was badly smashed. The boys taking the foresly project ot 4-H club wok received their consignment of trees Monday and some have heeled them in for later planting and others have finished planting theirs. The Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church will hold its regular monthly meeting Friday afternoon at the homo of George Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Olin B. Sialnakcr of Albany spent Sunday here visiting Mrs. Stalnaker's mother, Mrs. Cleona Patton. Mr. and Mrs. Everett E. Carey and two children, Robert and Margaret, spent Sunday visiting with the Estes V. Bass family. Marilyn Bond has been quite ill with measles since Saturday Duane Muller is one of the latest victims of the measles. Mrs. Fanny Gray of Salem was a business caller in town Satur- to enter the 4-11 corn growing contest sponsored by the Bank of Albany. Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Vipond and "So I have been eating it for two Lee Nash were Lebanon visitors Monday. Mrs. J. M. Rriles visited her daughter. Erma Ingram one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Spencer of Monroe visited their daughter. curve just south of town Monday morning. It did not turn over so was not damaged nor anyone injured. Names were not learned. Mrs. W. E. Stram and son, Donald, and daughter, Shirley, of California arrived in Halsey Thursday for a visit with Mrs. Strain's sister, Mrs. Ellsworth Coulter. Miss Audrey Carpenter and Dclbert Coulter of Pendleton spent Saturday and some lime Sunday here visiting Rev. and Mrs. Coulter. They were delegates at the Christian Endeavor convention at Eugene over the week end. Tom LaDuke of Salem, a brother of Mrs. Coulter, was here Saturday and Sunday and on Sunday Mrs. Coulter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas LaDuke and daughter, Maxinc .were .guests ot Rev, and Mrs. Coulter. Mrs. J. C. Stockton. All members of the family attended church at Brownsville Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Ames and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Bert or three weeks, und my constipation has gone, and I was constipated for 25 years or more. Hoping this may help some one to better health. I am n new friend to Kellogg's Ai,I-Bran." Mr. J. B. Johnson, Luke Charles, La. Mr. Johnson's letter Is one of many. Millions find Kellogg's Al.L-Biian corrects constipation satisfactorily. It supplies the "hulk" missing in tho average American meal. The "bulk" In Ai.L-TinAN is mild and effective. It absorbs moisture, and gently exercises and cleanses the intestines. Au.-Hhan also supplies vitamin B nnd iron. Isn't it moro sensible to use this natural food instead of taking patent medicines? Just eat two table-spoonfuls daily. If not relieved, see your doctor. Use as a cereal, with milk or cream, or cook into muffins, breads, etc. It is sold by all grocers. Made by Kellogg in Buttle Creek. James one night last week. Another car found its way into the ditch at the W. L. Nicholas Ruth and Norman Olson, who I'll admit that the coiieos I had been using were very unsatisfactory. And I didn't blame my husband for complaining. I finally served him some coffee that he really liked, but when I told him what kind it was, he practically hit the ceiling. You see, it was Kills Bros. Coffee and he argued we couldn't afford it. ..even though he was crazy about it. Well, I let him talk himself out about economizing and then I said'Liaten, Jack, if you will go down to the grocery store youll find thai the price of Hills Bros. Coffee is practically the same as those other brands we've been using." His answer was Just like a have been staying in Lebanon go. ing to school this-winter, are now staying at home and dnvuig daily ffU West Scio West Scio. Mr. and Mrs. Zander and family recently ii'( m !-nctm out now living in W:,t Rr-in nl tho l,rtvo rf VH Fir Grove Fir Grove. 'Mrs. Minnie Apgar and her daughter visited Herbert Ingram and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Frank and Mrs. Aaron Ingram Sunday afternoon. Victor Jones. Sluiicy Stockton and Robert Joines received corn Brow, were Albany shoppers last aaiuiuay. ivii. z.iiiitier is employed by the Scio Mill & Elevator 'bulk11 Constipation due to insufficient in mcala. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Senz were 1 YOU ALWAYS BUY man s. wny at an 1 you find that out before? Let me have another cup of that Hills Brof. Coffeel" ,upi(Mjht Htlk Itot. . SIIR3B3kJSForLess tyt that spot value AT 9 TfjLjfe' i z LACKEY'S GROCERY Frh PHONE 789 Fresh Fruit, Meats Tree Deliverlen Dully 9:30 a. m 11 a. in., 2:30 p. m., 4 p. m. Vegetables Features for Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, May 1, 2, 3, 4. tlptthat delight In good living JELLO The keen jaw of a judge who appreciate merit 3Pkgs.l9c ALL FLAVORS 1 rrrP Maxwell House OVjrrtlt: Pound can A A TC H. O. 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