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FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1936 THE ALBANY DEMOC RAT-H E R A L D, AL B A N Y, 0 R E G 0 N PAGE TWKfif 'OUT OUR WAY" Bv WILLIAMS Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Welch of Maupin, Ore., were Saturday visitors at the Dr. W. A. Short home.' Monday guests at the Shorts were ville and Brownsville, which was held in the Crawfordsville lodge room, celebrating the 117 anniversary of the founding of the order. !(H U R(H ES and family were Sunday guests at the' home of Mrs. Ida Custar, Mrs. O'Hearns mother, at Lebanon. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kowitz and family were Sunday guests of Carl Kowitz of Lebanon. 1 Mrs. H. Farger of Amity, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Jones of The Dalles land Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Driver from Wamic. Or. W-i-n-g-s of the M-o-r-n-i-n-g! Good coffee does so much and costs so little. W-h-a-t a difference ' : just a few cents make! Coffee is specially delicious when the coffee you buy : ' has been specially made for your coffee pot; specially prepared for your ! particular way of making coffee. There are two Schilling Coffees. One for drip. One for percolator. Schilling Coffee The Hapny Workers club held their annual picnic at Trout Creek camp, Thursday in the communi ty room. The dinner was also a !ceicbriition of the birthday ann versanes of twelve memoers whose birthdays had occurred during the previous four month. The next meeting of the club will be at the home of Mrs. John Warden, Wednesday, Mav 13. Councilmen McCre:iriv, Sankey nnd Haven visited Albany last Thursday and purchased the machinery for street maintenance. The streets are badly torn up since the recent heavy rains. Thirty five high school students and several teachers attended the picture of Dickens "Tale of Two Cities" at Lebanon Monday after noon. The senior class was to give their midline performance of th" class play, "Demon in the Dark." Thursday evening April 30. The play will be repeated Friday evening. May 1. T. A. Morris, pioneer resident and farmer of this community for mnnv years, is seriously ill at the family residence in Sweet Home. He suffered a stroke several days ago. Mrs. J. Sherwood returned Saturday from an extened trip to California. She is entertaining at her home, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Kent and Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Kent of Hinsdale, Mont. The Kents are looking for a location in this part of the country. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Armstrong of Salem are house guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis, this week. Miss LaVcrne Hessler, home economics teacher, has handed in her resignation as teacher for the coming year. There are several vacancies to be filled in the grade and hiph school fneultv. THE THRILL WUNTEP Try FOR GOOD COFFEE! First Presbyterian Church M. M. Stocker, Minister Sunday school at 1 a. m. Classes for all ages. Mrs. Daniel Freeman, superintendent. Morning worship at 11. The pastor will preach. The choir direct- ed by Mrs. Roy Worlcy and Fred Neal, organist, will sing "Goin' Home" (Dvorak). Junior hi and senior hi societies will meet at 6:30. Evening worship at 7:30. The pastor will preach. A trio composed of- Evelyn Worley, Betty' Stuart and Clarence Slocum wiil sing "Father Lead Me bv Thy Hand" from "Belshazzar' .'Buther-field). . , Mid-week Bible study class at 6:30 using the second chapter of Acts. . . Interdenominational Church H. H. Hubbell, Pastor The pastor's sermon subject for Sunday, May 3, will be as follows: 11 a. m., "What .Doest Thou Here?": 8 p. .nr., "Amclek Under Sentence of Death." Sunday school meets at 10 a. m. Good classes with capable teachers for all ages. Prayer meeting each week on Wednesday evening at 8 p. m. .-, Grace Mennonlte Church f Fourth and Main Sts. W. R. Augsburger, Pastor 10 a. m. Sunday school. We invite young and old to profit by an hours blessings received in the Study of the Word in their respective departments and classes. Dr. J. N. Widmer, acting-superintendent. 11 a. m. Morning worship. The theme of the morning message will be "Tithing." This is a message on Christian stewardship. The choir will sing the anthem "Bless the Lord, Ye People," by Roy E. Nolte. 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor. 8 p. m. Evening worship. "God's Plumb-line" will be the theme of the message by the pastor. Song service and special music. We invite you to worship with us. Thursday, 7:30 p. m. Prayer service and Bible study in Jeremiah. 8:30 p. m. Choir rehearsal. : Christian Science Society Sunday morning services at 11. Subject of lesson sermon, "Everlasting Punishment." Wednesday, 8 p. m. testimonial meetings. Sunday school for pupils up to the age of 20, 9:45 a. m. . The reading room which is in the church building is open Wednesday and Friday from 2 to 4 p. m. All are welcome. -..: Immanuel Lutheran Church . R. Heins, Pastor Services will be held at 11 a. m. Sunday. Sunday school meets at 10 a. m. The Ladies Aid will meet next Wednesday, May 6. at 2 p. m. The Walther league will meet tonight, for its regular business meeting. The leaguers arc cooperating with the Corvallis league in sponsoring a sacred organ concert PICK YOUR OIAlIR FIRS A -TMCN PICK THS CAR Ma - YOU'LL FIND THE DEPENDABLE USED CAR BARGAIN YOU WANT AT- vr rry ur VALUtd TODAY'S SPECIAL 1935 Ford VS Pickup $527 Ralston Motor Co. 7th and Lyon Phone 170 Barber and Beauty Work for the Entire Family At Popular Prices Hair Cuttlnr Permanent Waving Hair Tinting Finger Wavlnr Marcelling etc WALKER'S Barber and Beauty Shop tl5 Lyon St. Phone 679-R Regardless of the "strength" he likes in coffee, give him M J B with its constant richness of full flavor at ny strength even the mildut being full-bodied and delicious in taste. This is the secret ofixtra good ccffit. We guarantee every can. Fuu Flavor Kx Km STUxora Miss Lorraine Harper of Mon roe is making an extended visit at the Charles Freitag home. Robert Peterson, who had been I ill for several days, was able to j return to school Monday. j Mr, and Mrs. McNown, who j have been quite sick for several weeks, are able to resume their duties and Mr. McNown has returned to Salem to again take up his work at the paper mill. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Coultard and family of Portland were visiting over the week-end at the home of Mrs. Coultard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Riley. Several members of the Thursday. Thimble club, met at the home of Mrs. Lester Holt, Monday afternoon and finished quilting the club quilt. Those visiting Sunday at Wilson Young's home were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Prokop and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Young, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilsie Young, all of Portland; Bob Stewart of Idaho, and Lawrence young and mother of Corvallis. Ed Smith entered a Portland hospital last Thursday where he was to undergo an operation Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goar and family were business visitors in Portland Monday. Darrell Shepherd, who has been quite ill for several days, is still confined to his bed. He is under the. care of an Albany physician. Alfred Yunkcr and Werner Yunker left last week for Reeds-port where they have employment. Fred Gentry made a business trip to Albany Monday. Mrs. Velma Chartrole and children of Lebanon and Mis. Harvey Mitchell and children were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Dinsmore. In the afternoon all drove down to Mrs. Mitchell's home to visit witli Mr. Mitchell. Mrs. Mitchell is in poor health and is being cared for in the Chartrole home in order to be close to her attending physician. Mrs. Lester Holt drove to Stay-ton Thursday to visit her sister-in-law, Mrs. Nellie Jones. Miss Kathleen Ambrosck of Oakvicw visited over the weekend at the Laura Piatt home. Herman Schulte of Spokane, father of Mrs. Herman Zeller, who had been visiting at his daughter's home for several days, returned to his home the last of the week. Mr. Schulte was greatly impressed with the valley. . Sweet Home Sweet Home. Tuesday evening April 28, a large delegation of Ru-bekalis from Grace Rebekah Lodge Nd. 236 went to Lebanon with four candidates for initiation. The Leb anon degree team nut on the work. Friday evening, April 24, a large delegation of Odd Fellows and Re-bekahs from Sweet Homo attended a joint meeting with Crawfords 1935 CHEVROLET MASTER SEDAN Read that price! See this practically new Chevrolet compare appearance, performance and reliability and you will prefer it to anything the market offers at anywhere near this price. Completely equipped ready to drive away ijCC for only J I J 1932 CHEVROLET COUPE If you want a coupe, grasp this opportunity of a life-time. You will be proud of its appearance and performance. And at this low price you can pay for many months' operating costs with the savings. Reduced 3fCC for quick sale to 3vJ 1931 FORD COL'PE Low mileage, good, clean - upholstering. driven by original owner. In perfect condition. " 295 Only 1929 FORD FORDOOR SEDAN Good tires, runs fine. II QT Full price only ' "J 1930 CHEVROLET SEDAN Runs beautifully and in good condition. Original paint. A good buy at.. J 1930 FORD TUDOR SEDAN Just traded in on a new Chevrolet Six and is in excellent condition. Body and upholstery like new. For sale "with an O. K. that counts" to the first lucky buyer at this low price '275 1 Theme: Leadership. 7:15 p. m., young people's meeting. They are developing leader ship as well as a study of the words of life. 8:00 p. m., evening worship. Theme: Our Responsibility. For what are you responsible? . m United Presbyterian Church Fifth and Washington Sts. J. B. Patterson, Minister Bible school, 10 a. m., B. H. Pharis, superintendent. Classes for everyone. Everyone in a class. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Pipe organ prelude and offertory. Choir and anthem, 'Thou Wilt Keep Him in Perfect Peace." Sermon by the pastor, "Things whereby We May Edify One Another." Young People's societies, 6:45 p. m., including junior, high school and advanced groups. Evening worship, 8 p. m. Choir and special music. Sermon, "What God Would Have Us Be," a message on Christion vocations in keeping with Vocation Day throughout the church. Mid-week service, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. for prayer and Bible study. Choir rehearsals Tuesday, 7:30, and Wednesday, 8:30 p. m. Poultry Co-op to Extend Building Officers of the Pacific Cooperative Poultry Producers Association yesterday announced plans for the building of an extention to their quarters in the Oregon Electric warehouse on Water street to house their feed department. Mor ris Christcnscn, of McCoy, prcsi- dent; G. E. Kceney, Portland, man ager and L. E. Arnold, Lebanon, director, inspected the site yesterday and made the decision to proceed. The addition will be 34 by 34 feet built onto the east end of the railroad property, which the association has leasod since coming to Albany four years ago. The feed department has grown to a point where the organization is handling from 100 to 150 tons a month for its local members. The intake of eggs has increased from 150 cases a week in 1033 to from 400 to 500 cases a week, or at the rate of about 50 car loads a year at the present time. In addition to Manager Bclmar, the local plant employs five additional people as candlers and packers. 35 PERSONS EXAMINED Thirty-five Albany high school students and teachers who reacted to tuberculin tests recently administered were accompanied to Salem yesterday by Juanita Johnston, school health nurse, for fluro-scopic and chest examinations. Miss Johnston today accompanied several crippled children to Portland where they were to seek hos pitalization. to be given next Monday, May 4. at 8 p. m. in the new chapel of the Hollingsworth funeral home at Corvallis. Mr. Sassmannshausen of Chicago, a noted organist is on tour of the country. He is rated as one of the best organists of sacred and classical music in the country. Walther leaguers are selling tickets at 35c for adults and 25c for children. Willamette United Presbyterian Church, Oakvillc E.. J. Clark, Minister 10:30. Bible school. M..S. Coon, superintendent. Special music by a double quartet consisting of Margaret Acheson, Francis Brown, Catherine Snatt, Jean Whitlaw, Willard Crawford, Don Fowler, Clarence Smith and Kenneth Wilson from Oregon State college. 11:30, Morning Worship. The double quartet from Corvallis will sing "We Thank Thee O Lord." and "Open My Eyes." The men's quartet will sing "Lead Kindly Light." 7:30 p. m. Y. P. C. E. Subject, "Making a Living or Making a Life." Leader Richard Stockton. Reports of the Eugene convention will be given and arrangements for the trip to Mary's Peak will be completed. ... Evangelical Church First and Pine Sts. E. C. Hicks, Pastor Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Oscar Swander, superintendent. Preaching at 11 a. m. by J. Fred Stilwell. Subject, "The Day of the Lord's Power." Special by the choir. ... Evening service for seniors, juniors and intermediates at 7 p. m. at social hall. Good leaders. Sermon following a good rousing song service at 8 p. m. by J. Fred Stilwell. Subject, "The Form of the Fourth." Come and hear these sermons. A good special. Monday night, 7:30 p. m. church board meeting; -8 p. m. Sunday school board. Wednesday evening, 8 p. m. prayer praise and Bible study. Pentecostal Assembly of God 223 East Second St. Alan H. Banks, Pastor Friday, 7:45 p. m. Praise and prayer service, Mrs. Banks will speak. 9:45 a. m. Sunday school, John Nelson, superintendent. A real welcome awaits you here. 11 a. m. Morning worship service. Evangelist Cecil Grice will speak. 6:45 a. m. Children's sand table hour conducted by Mrs. Banks. Christ's Ambassadors. Adult hour of prayer at the home of Mrs. Miller, 6th and Baker Sts. 7:45 p. m. Evangelistic campaign of one week's duration will be opened at this service. Evangelist Cecil Grice together with his sister, will preach and sing the gospel. The meetings will be held each evening at 7:45 p. m. If you attend the first service Sunday night you will want to attend every night. Mr. Grice's singing is always greatly appreciated at our annual camp meetings. Church of Christ Broadalbin & 4th Sts. Order of Services for Sunday, May 3rd. The team from North west Christian college will be here for both services. Former Pastor Rex Dallas and family will be here for the evening service when Rev. Dallas will ordain Myron Williard for the ministry. Myron Willard for the ministry. My-three numbers for the morning service and will present a 30-min-ute sacred musical concert at the evening service. Mr. Linden Leav-itt will speak at both services. Bible school 9:45. Classes for every age. Mr. Earl Horning, supt.; Mary Magcrs, platform supt. You will enjoy these study periods. Morning worship 11:00. Morning worship and communion service. Sermon by Mr. Leavitt. Specials by Myron and Ed. 6:30, all C. E. societies will meet in their regular places. All young people urged to attend. 7:30. evening praise and worship service. Orchestra music directed by Mr. Kleffman, Corvallis. Congregational singing led by Linden Launer. Thirty minutes of solos and duets by Myron Willard and Ed Dyer. Sermon by Mr. Linden Leavitt of Northwest Christian college. The ordaining of Myron Willard for the ministry by Rex Dallas. Workers' conference Monday night, 7:30. Mid-week prayer service Wednesday night, 7:30. Choir practice Thursday night, 7:30. Inter-Church Brotherhood Friday night, 7:30, in the Baptist church. First Methodist Episcopal Church Third and Ellsworth Streets Thomas D. Yarncs, Minister 9:45 a. m., church school. Classes for everybody. 11:00 a. m., morning worship. Your PORTLAND Headquarters Rates from $1 .25 up Garage Adjoining the center of Portland T. M. REG. U. 8. PAT. OFF. (11936 IV NIA SERVICE. INC. This will be a service featuring the Convention of Methodist Youth, and the sermon subject will follow the theme of convention and will be "Finding God Through Worship." The choir will render special music. Everybody is invited. 2:30 p. m., Installation service for the officers of the convention conducted by Rev. J. E. Mil- ligan, pastor of the Fust Meth odist church in Salem. 8:00 p. m., evening worship. The pastor will preach on "Building a Life." The Wcsleyan Service Guild will meet at the home of Miss Virginia Tripp, 610 Ellsworth St., I on Tuesday, May 5, at 7:30 p. m. I Election of officers for the coming i year will take place at this time. The "Salem District League of ! Methodist Youth" will meet in . their annual convention at our ; church Friday, May 1, and con-1 tinue through to Sunday after-! noon. All young people of the state are invited to come and enjoy the inspiration with us. The Women s Foreign Mission ary Society will meet at the home of Mrs. J. W. Morgan on Route 4, on Wednesday, May 7, at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. Connet and Mrs. Gilbert are assistant hostesses. Mrs. Nora Dull will - lead devotions and Mrs. Deo McClain will conduct the program. First Baptist Church The large congregation at the evening service last Sunday was highly encouraging. This coming Sunday evening the pastor will bring a thought-provoking mes sage on the theme: "Someone Keeps Following Me. Young i people as well as adults will en joy this message. The service begins at 8 o'clock. Organ medita tion and special vocal music will feature the service. The B.Y.P.U. service takes up at 7 o'clock. Very interesting programs and topics are are being prepared by the young people. An invitation is extended to all young people to share in these helpful services. We were happy to see an increase in the Sunday school attendance last Sunday, and arc especially grateful for the fine orchestra that was organized in so short a time. Will you help us build one of the greatest Sunday schools in all this valley? At the morning worship the pastor will bring a devotional message on the theme: "Christ Preeminent." The ordinance of the Lord's Supper will be administered at the close of the morning worship. As this will be our first communion service together, ail members will want to be present. Next Wednesday evening at 7:30 a service of intercessory prayer will be held for our convention meeting the following week. Tribute will also be paid in this service to motherhood. Free Methodist Church . Eighth and Sherman Streets V. M. Abbott, Pastor Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching service at 11 a. m. Young people's hour at 6:30 p. m. Evening preaching service at 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting on Thursday evening at 7:30. Come and enjoy these services with us. Church of the Brethren Pine Street and Salem Road J. D. Miller, Pastor 10:00 a. m., Sunday school. Students of the Bible are happy. Happiness is what makes life worthwhile. Just unite with that happy throng. 11:00 a. m., worship period. Event in Girl's Life ANY girls who are looking forward to the wedding rinir find their strength failing. They suffer from backache, headache and regular pains, and sometimes dread the years to come. LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS Brownsville Brownsville. Mis. Ed Sawvcr ) returned to her home here Sun-! day from an extended visit in ' Santa Cruz, Cal. ' Vera Wiley spent Sunday at her home in Sweet Home, j- Mrs. Charles F. Rauch returned to her home here .. after taking care of her. sister who has been ill for the past few weeks in Canbv. Mrs. C. V. Averill and son, Al-f red, and Nathan Mitsch trans-I acted business in Corvallis and ! Albany Saturday: Earl Hultzc .spent Monday - in i Portland on business. I Mr. and Mrs. Nevin McCormick are moving from their home in Brownsville to their farm near Shedd. Mr. McCormick is retiring I as mail carrier on the rural route. ! The Sawyer Lumber company has installed a larger edger in the ' sawmill here. The Brownsville Garden club is making plans for the spring flower show which will be held some I time in May. 'Tho ' Interchurch Brotherhood met Monday evening at the Pres- byterian church for an oyster ! supper. After the supper there was a short program of singing, j Among the projects discussed the ione of providing children with , supervised play will be under- umeu. - - ' Riverview 'Riverview. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Prokop ''enjoyed the company of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Young of Portland as their week-end guests. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sommcr were O. L. Holt of Portland, brother of Mns. Sommcr; Mr. and Mrs. Smith Holt and son, Melvin, of Salem and Clifford Kelley of Shelburn. Kelly Moore of Salem was an afternoon visitor. Miss Ruth Darr, teacher in the Crabtree school, was a dinner guest at the Roy Lcighton home Sunday.. ' Mrs. Oscar Goar, formerly of this vicinity now a resident of Albany, left Monday night for Ajo, Arizona, where she,, will take care of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Herbert Goar, who is to undergo an operation upon Mrs. Clour's arrival. Mrs. Goar will make an extended visit among relatives and friends before returning home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Jack O'Hearn Ml?" 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