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Albany, Oregon
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Monday, May 4, 1936
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MONDAY, MAY 4, 1936 THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON PAGE THREE : severe cut to his right hand Tuesday when he struck it on a sharp to be the new carrier. He succeeds William H. Roberston who high school, has been selected as a candidate to respresent her school at the Queen's ball, at Lebanon, May 5, prior to the Strawberry fair. bone while quartering a beef at j has been ill for the last two the Holcchek meat plant in Scio. years and not able to take the mother, who was buried at Portland last Friday afternoon. Sylvester Ridders, an applicant for enlistment in the U. S. navy, has received word from Martin H. Ripley, naval recruiting officer at Corvallis, to report for enlistment on Monday morning, May 18. property and will make it . his home. The place is in town and contains house, barn and three lots. Several pieces of property were transferred when the bank reorganized and this is one of them. It is located in the northwest part of town. : mail. rwasper is receniiy irotn rort-land. Malcolm Miller is recovering from a uitcluork wound in his right fool sustained this week. Shelburn for Toledo Wednesday morning whree Korb has employment. Bert Dailey will assist with the work at the Korb service station as night operator, taking the place of Enos Korb. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wilson and two daughters of Portland arrived in Jefferson Wednesday afternoon. Vernon returned home the same evening, and Mrs. Wilson and daughters remained for a longer visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Wilson. The work of grubbing ten acres of prune orchard on the E. C. Han rancli near Green's Bridge, is finished. Hart expects to use bers coming from the Charity grange territory, the Lake Creek territory and from Harrisburg, music and readings predominating. It will be the last community meet until after harvest. Rowboat building is popular here lately, mostly built for fishing trips. There is usually good fishing in the river but it requires :i boat to make a catch. The prevailing custom is to take a row-boat up the river to about Co-burg and fish from there down, or to put the boat in hero and fish down the river, picking up the boat again a few miles far LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS Jefferson Jefferson. Mrs. J. G. Fontaine entertained members and friends of the Woman's Missionary society Tuesday afternoon at her home on Church street. Guests included Mrs. Guy Roland, Miss Esther Roland, Mrs. Ezra Hart, Mrs. C. S. Emery, Mrs. Leonard McCaw, Mrs. Joe Harris, Miss Marjorie Fontaine, and Miss Cornclison. The Young Married Woman's club held its meeting Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Oliver Stephenson. During the Shelburn. Rerlfiie Shilling returned home Wednesday evening after a visit with his brother, Glenn and family of Everrett, Wash., and sister, Opal of Seattle. Seattle. Mrs. L. M. Russell and child- DISCUSS ROAD WORK I Charles Coates, Everett and Wil- bur Watters of the McDowell creek j district were here last week con- I foiling with the county court re- 1 Harding rond matters. Tennessee Tennessee. Mr. and,' Mrs. George Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Will Blacklnw drove to the Molalla and Silverton vicinities recently. Miss Vivian Fuzwater is staying at present with her mother. Harrisburg Harrisburg Paul McCart lias recently returned from Yachats, ing, and helped to care lor ner his brother, and family. He is planning to leave in a snort time tor Alaska, to join another Harrisburg Harrisburg. W. A. Howe of Monroe will brood a large number of turkeys in this community and take them or part of them to Monroe later. He is using a large brooder house, just built, east of town. The first batch, about 2.000, was received Thursday, As many more will be hatched a little later. Mr .and Mrs, Elmer Shock arc helping him care for them. One of the best community meetings of the season was held Friday at the Charity grange hall. The program was quite lengthy and received with enthusiasm. It was given by local talent, num the land tor market gardening, PHOTO FINISHING ;nnrrmifil Q unfit r AT WHOLESALE RATES s,.iul roll of film ami 25c for tlt.vHnpiiiK nml 8 prlntH. We luiy return potting?. Mnll-rhulo. llux IX, L'orrallU, Or. Crabtree Crabtree. An 8'A pound baby ther below. Some of the men who have built boats are are at work on one are: Harold Darling, Eugene Clark and Forrest Morse jointly, Edwin Burnett, S. F. Mar-gulh, F. S. McEldownev. E. R. Dueri'c has bought one of the First National Bank pieces of boy was born April 16 to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Woodard at the . ren of Tower Grove, spent Thursday evening with her parents, !Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McTurn. j Shelburn school assisted with tile May day exercises at Scio May 1. Opal Shilling will be home for awhile after the closing at Seattle Bible school about the middle of (May. Miss Shilling graduated from the Bible school this year j after spending two years there. I Malcolm Miller is recovering I from a wound in his foot caused i by a pitchfork being run into it. Mr. and Mrs. Derrel Osborn i spent last week end with his Dusiness meeting the following officers were elected; president, Mrs. Lebanon hospital. Mrs. Frank Betzer underwent an operation recently at Portland. A party of friends charivaried Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Palmer last UffltfrVfl Monday night and again on Tues brother, Denny, who is mining there. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor of Corvallis were guests recently at the William Taylor home. Charles Croisent was u guest Tuesday of Mrs. Cora Gooaiuan, They were schoolmates years ago, starting in the first grade together. Roy Bowerman and Harold Hooper of the Up-river district have gone to Pawnee City, Neb., to bring Mr. Hooper's family to Oregon. They plan on a month's trip. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Uymeyer's nine-months old son, still in a hospital at Eugene, is reported much better, he has been suffering with measles and pneumonia. It has been necessary to tap liis lungs twice. Mrs. Ella Long returned last week from Creswell, where she has spent a few days with a daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Schwer- day night, at their home near Crabtree. Mrs. Palmer was form Mrs. Joe Evans in Brownsville. Charlie Fromhcrz had his right hand caught in a lime spreading machine last Thursday, taking off the end of his middle finger. A number of young folks of this vicinity joined a party in climbing to the top of Peterson butte on a recent Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Rosa Swink has rented out her farm and has moved to the Mill City vicinity where she will make her headquarters with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Eaton. Mrs. J. B. Kecbler is now able to be about the house without crutches. Her ankle was recently badly torn by a neighbor's dog. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bault have moved to Shclburn where he is employed on the railway, Mrs. Bault will be remembered as Mrs. Bonita Hugg. Miss Eva Davis, daughter of of Mr. and Mrs. Layton Davis went to the Albany General hospital Tuesday for the removal of her appendix which has been causing" her trouble for some time. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lerfctte Osborn. Derrel is working on the South Santiam highway. erly Wanda Ramm. The couple were married April 20 in Van narvey inurston, vice-president, Mrs. Bob Williams; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Clinton Hart. A program committee was named composed of Mrs. Merlin Hill, Mrs. Charles Hart jr., and Mrs. Oliver Stephenson. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Miller left for their home in Milwaukee, Wis., Thursday after a visit at the home of Mrs. and Mrs. T. C. Clark. Mrs. Miller is a cousin of Mrs. Clark. During the week, the Clark's took their guests to Silver Creek falls and other points of interest. Mr. and Mrs. Miller were very favorably impressed with Oregon. A special meeting of Mt. Jefferson Rebekah lodge will be held Wednesday evening May 6, for the official visitation of Cora E. Heaton of Hillsboro, state pre-i sident. Several new members will be Initiated, and members from other lodges will be present. Tangent Tangent. An all-day quilting was held at the home of Mrs. A. R. Forster last Wednesday. Those enjoying the affair were Mrs. Ed Grell, Mrs. John Grcll. couver. Frank Foster is in the hospital in Corvallis. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Coul-tard and family of Portland are visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Welch were Portland visitors the greater part of last week and attended the funeral of Mis. Donahue while there. Robert Stewart from Idaho is I Mrs. J. E. Jenks, Mrs. Kenneth Hulbert, Mrs. Hugh Richardson, Mrs. Jess Gale, Mrs. E. O. New-Iport, Mrs. A. D. Hudson, Mrs. Ralph Sloop, and Mrs. H. B. Obermeyer. N Weekend visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Forster I were, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Robbins, I Mi's. Paul Emerick and family, mg, and helped to vare for her granddaughter. Albert Peterson of Springfield visited at the Keith Peterson home Wednesday while on his way home from a Portland hospital where he has been several weeks. The Townsend club is advertising a minstrel show and dance for May 8. Johnny McMahan was ' home last week from the Fan Creek C. C. C. camp, just out from Drain. visiting with his family here. The Stuart place near Sanderson bridge is sold and Mr. Stuart is moving in to the J. K. Reiley house. Joan Davis is visiting with her grandparents, Mr. and Mis. D. C. Pierce, while her mother, Mrs. Earl Davis of Lebanon, and two sisters are visiting relatives in Seattle, Longview and Portland. Scio Scio. A power shovel is at work in excavating for the basement of the new Scio Mill and Elevator company building on east Mill street in Scio. The Albany Sand and Gravel company has contracted for the work. Jack Goar and Kenneth McDonald of Scio are hauling dirt from the iviisscs uuny ana ivuidoi ioooms, and Eddie Christenson, all of Portland. Rev. and Mrs. J. P. Bray and family, spent last week enjoying a fishing trip, near Medford. Mrs. M. E. Forster spent one day last week at the home of Mrs. Walz of Albany. Andrie Barter of Scio, was a Thursday evening visitor at the Suver Halsey MILES PER GALLON 7SQ' excavation to reinforce the walls of the mill pond dug last fall. Power for the feed mill will be derived from a centrifugal pump Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schloncger and. family have moved from Salem into the B. F. Oakley residence north of the schoolhouse. .Mrs. S. H. Goin has returned from Newport where she was called by the illness of her son, Gilbert , Jones, who underwent an appendix operation. Her grandson, Eugene accompanied her -home. : ... : ,-Students of the Jefferson grade school won a number of ribbons in the :track and field meet held in Salem last Friday. In grades 1 to; ; 5, Earl Marcum won second place in the boys potato race. In the 25 yard dash, Jean Mary Redmond won second place. In the 50- yard dash, Jean Mary Red-mpnd won first; girls potato race, Mickey Thurston won second. In grades 6 to 8 Boys high jump, Gordon Chrisman, won third; girls baseball throw, Dorothy Helt won second; baseball throw, Barbara Colgan won second; and in girl's potato, race, Neota Shaffer was second. ' Mr. and Mrs. Enbs Korb" left to dc installed in the pond. The mill company has purchased the property south of their lots on Main street. The building, form Halsey. A good sized crowd attended the program given Wednesday evening at the Church of Christ by the young folks of both that church and the Methodist church to raise money for both organizations. Mrs. Alberta Cross, chairman of the music week program and Mrs. Ada Taylor, her assistant announce that the program shore will be held at the Methodist Episcopal church on the evening home of Mrs. Katie Savior. I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sloop, spent I last Sunday at the home of their I daughter in Salem. Mrs. Julia Powell,' of Portland, a former resident of Tan-i gent, has been spending the past ' two weeks visiting friends here. I The student body of the Tangent high school are planning a erly part of the Scio hotel, were owned by Fred Jones, and occupied by the Art Sweney family. The mill building, to house offices and machinery, will be 34 by 100 feet. Ruby Hosprafka, Scio high school senior, is in charge' of Yes ... Red Lion does give greater mileage to any car. This was sonsationally proved again in the famous Gilmore Yosemite Run from Los Angeles to Yosemite National Park gallon. True, these cars were In tip-top condition for this gruelling 352 mile test... most of them were operated by good drivers (no trick driving or coasting was permitted by Amer weiner roast, to be held at Colorado Lake, Wednesday evening. Crystal Ross, senior in Tangent Suver. Mrs. ,T. P. Oglesbce was hostess for' the Valley View Women's club at her home last Thursday afternoon. A surprise shower was given Mrs. Irvin Peterson. Mrs. Ralph Kester was also honored by a gift from the club. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. E. B. Gobat. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Visitors present were Mrs. Emma Anderson and Mis. W. H. Thurston, both of Buena Vista. Walter Mann of Bculah, Ore., and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mann, of Portland were last Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Benedict. Mrs. Otto Hilke and Mrs. Ernie Keltz and baby returned last week from several days visit in Clatsop county where Mr. Keltz obtained work in the saw mill at Wauna. ' Robert Rolfe left Tuesday morning for Astoria where he has work in a saw mill. Yvonne Kerr and Vcva Coney were both absent from school several days lust week because of illness. activities observing national music week in Scio May 3 to 10. Miss Rosprafka has been ill of pneumonia, but is recovering. when thirty different 1936 model cars used Red lion . . , and achieved mileages ranging from 17.69 to 33.21-or a composite average of 22.47 miles per ican Automobile Association officials) .. . but you, too, will get proportionately higher mileage if you use the Record Breaker gasoline-Red Lion. Try itl 2 ( PICK YOUR DEALER Tho 30 cart all uic-d LION HEAD MOTOR OIL and consumed a total ol only on pint of thli Puroct Ponmylvonla lubricant in a total of THEN PICK Mt Mil CAR of May 7. Miss Mary McNcal, who graduates from the Oregon Stale Normal in June, has been elected teacher in that two room school at Dover north of Albany for the next school year. Mrs. George McNeal has a badly sprained left knee due a fall last Sunday while visiting her daughter Mary "at Monmouth. Mrs. Bessie Qulmby and children will occupy the house known at the Ed Recser' house south of town next winter. Mrs. Qulmby will teach at the Lake Creek school and her children will attend the Grasshopper school. Halsey rural route is to have a new carried beginning May 18. Carl R. Peterson of Woodburn is 'clicate- Marjory Zavodsky of Portland visited Wednesday in Scio at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Joe Harmon. She is a former Scio high school student. Vcrnclle Miller, fourth grade pupil at Munkeis school tw,o miles west of Scio, soon will be able to YOU'LL FIND THE dependable: 10,140 mll.i of driving. JJhe flavor lasts Schillingf USED CAR BARGAIN YOU WANT AT- discard her crutches, in use for I'll hi: ' anilla two weeks for a sprained ankle. Mrs. A. G. Prill is improving satisfactorily from her recent illness. 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