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Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 5

Albany, Oregon
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Thursday, May 7, 1936
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THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1936 THE ALBANY Dj: MO C R AT-H E R A L D, ALBANY OREGON 'PAGE FIVE 'A r LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS Foster, of the Green's bridge district. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Roberts of Baker arrived here Tuesday afternoon for a visit at the home of Mrs. Sallie G. Tandy and Mrs. M. A. Hutchings. Roberts is a cousin of Mrs. Tandy. Mrs. Edna Reeves entertained the Talbot Woman's club at her CAV i'm u Ann parent having a child in the need of a tonsil operation "lay arrange with Miss Johnston, county nurse, to have it done without charge at Doernbecker hospital, Portland. Those wishing to take advantage of the opportunity can see Miss Johnston at her office in Albany Monday afternoon, May 11, between the hours of 1 and 5. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Balch and two foster sons of Salem visited Orla Summers Sunday. They were accompanied by the father of the boys. ivir. and Mrs. W. D. Albright spent the week end with Mrs. Albright's mother, Mrs. Otha Cub-bison, at Foster. Their small daughter, Donna, who had been with her grandmother for a visit of two weeks, returned home with Mr. and Mrs. Albright. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Calahan and three sons and Clark Pierce were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Brush at Lebanon lor dinner Sunday. In the afternoon Mr. Pierce drove to Rodger mountain for a visit with his son, Glenn Pierce, and family. Rev. J. E. Rittermeier will be at Sodaville Sunday morning at 10 o'clock for the final service of tnis conlerence year. ' the home of their daughter, Mrs. L. A. Swink on Saturday. Mrs. Dent Stewart. Miss Emma Laubner and Mrs. Chriss Miller will entertain the Thursday club this week at the Stewart home. The "Even" side will furnish the refreshments. Mrs. Bliss Dallas anti Mrs, Homer Schlegel were visitors at the home of Mrs. William Stellmacher on Wednesday. The regular community dance will be held at the hall next Saturday May 9. No refreshments will be served. John Eldon Bryant has accepted employment at the J. C. Penney store in Albany on Saturdays. Sunday. May 10 Mother's day will be observed at the hall with a community dinner at one o'clock. The Sunday school will meet at eleven o'clock, and after the dinner a program in keeping with the day will be given. Mrs. Herbert Smith and Mrs. Franklin Stellmacher are arranging the program and Myron Willard will be the speaker. Frances Bryant was one of the four freshmen girls at Albany college chosen for membership in the Eroldelphian honor society at the May day exercises last Saturday. Gladys Schultz spent the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Brandt of Shcdd were dinner guests at the Schultz home on Sunday. TO PLEASE 1 There's no doubt I am critical . . . particularly about coiiee. And I've had plenty to say about the brands we've been trying to like at our home. They were certainly minus everything I thought coiiee should have. .: .Finally my wife said. ten! Why put up with it any longer? I'm going to buy the best coiiee regardless oi what 11 cosisl" Well, she came home .with a can of Hills Bros. Coiiee, 'and let me tell you its flavor Ray. C. Brenneman aifd L. Hen-son; song by Mrs. J. Halvcrson. The meeting adjourned until next fall when the following officers will be installed, president, L. Henson, vice-president, G. Osborn, secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Edith Miller. Mother's day will be observed by Baptist church Sunday school with special program of music and readings following regular Sunday scliool lessons. Special services in the evening will be conducted by the mothers. Green Mountain Sunday school nt 2:30 p. m. will give a special Mother's day program. A Bible study class for the young people with Rev. Henry Turnidge as instructor has been organized and meet at the church each Tuesday evening beginning at 8 o'clock. Services at the CCC camp conducted by Rev. Turnidge and a group of Baptist young peonle were resumed Tuesday evening from 7 to 8 o'clock. Thursday evening May 7, Green Mountain school will hold graduation exercises at the school nt which time Supt. J. M. Bennett of Albany will be present and give an address to the class. On Friday following a basket dinner, May day exercises and outdoor sports will mark, the closing of the school year. Mr.- and Mrs. J., W. Cox drove to Salem Saturday and took home their grandchildren, Jimmic and Crcllee Rutherford who had spent a week with relatives here, and visited their daughter, Mrs. James Rutherford and family. . Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Baldwin of Lebanon were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cox Sunday. The result of the ball game between Sweet Home and Lacomb girls ball team on Lebanon field Thursday was 11 to 21 in favor of Lacomb. Supt. and Mrs. J. M. Bennett and Mr. and Mrs. Miksell, extension agent, all of Albany will be present at the closing exercises of Lacomb school, Friday, May 8. The achievements of the 4H club, angel food cake and cookies by. the girls 4H club and art work by the boys 4H club will be on display. A basket dinner to which all patrons are invited will be served at noon. Outdoor sports and games will be the diversion in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Gove and son, Claron, Mrs. Nellie Gove all of Corvallis, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schrader of Ixbanon were dinner guests at the R. L. Patterson home Sunday. Mr. 'and Mrs. John Chastin and daughter, Donna, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Pyle and daughters were guests of Mrs. Hilda Lamberty, Dorthy and Edith Pyle of Portland Sunday. ' Helen Cowgill, home economics specialist from Oregon State college, visited the Lucomb sclioul and gave a talk to the 4H club members one day last wei'k. Jefferson Jefferson. Mrs. J. R. Colgnn entertained relatives and friends at her home on Second street Sunday afternoon in honor of her . riaiiRhter, Earbara, whose 14th birthday anniversary was May 4. Present for the happy occasion were Mr. and Mrs. T. W. jBeamish, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Beamish and Tommy, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Murray and Mvrt and Margs, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Man-kertz and Teddy. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sunzari and Milton Curry, all of Salem: Beatrice Hopkins of Portland: Mrs. E. McReynolds and Jean, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Given and Bobbv of Albanv: Ilene Wickersham. Marjorie Weddle, Marjorie Norton. Betty Bruce, Dorothy Middletorv Donna. June Powell, Jean Meng, Neota and Theone Schafer, Thelma and Alden Sheffield, Marjorie Fontaine, Sara Margaret Hutchins, Mr, and Mrs. J. A.. Colgan, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Colgan and daughter. Barbara. Mrs. M. J. Davidson made a trip to Portland Sunday to see her son, Willie Doty, who is critically ill in a hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Doty of ' Dayton and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lemon of Sal-em accompanied Mrs. Davidson to Portland. F. A. Doty is a brother and Mrs. Lemon, a sister, of Willie Doty. ? Miss Bernice Cornelison, returned missionary from Lima, Peru, spoke at the Methodist church .Sunday night. , , . , . Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Dauben-speck of Myrtle Point were recent ..guests at the home of Mrs. Daub-enspcck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. CONSTIPATION MAY CUT DOWN YOUR ENJOYMENT OF LIFE Long Neglected, It May Even Develop Serious Consequences Common constipation keeps you ' from being at. your best. It causes ' discomfort, and may lend to headaches and loss of appetite. You feel '.below par, lack your usual vigor. So many people treat this condition as a 'slight matter. But it ' can be the starting point of serious trouble. It contributes to a general ' run-down condition. With lowered ' bodily resistance, you are more likely to pick up the first chance infection you meet in your everyday routine. Common constipation is due tisu-i ally to insufficient "bulk" in meals. " Fortunately, a delicious cereal sup-' plies gentle "bulk." Within the body, the "bulk" in Kellogg's All-Bran absorbs moisture, forms a soft mass, and cleanses the system. - Serve All-Bran as a cereal, with milk or cream, or cook into muffins, breads, etc. Two tablespoonfula daily are usually sufficient. Stubborn cases may require Ai.l-Bran oftener. If not relieved this way, consult your doctor. All-Bran is guaranteed by the " Kellogg Company as an effective laxative food for constipation. Sold by all grocers. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. 'Constipation due to insufficient "bulk was miles ahead of any coffee we had been using. But 'here is the big surprise I got . . . even though Hills Bros. Coffee was the best we'd lasted, the price was practical- ' ly the same as most of those other brands we had been buying. Can you beat it? PHONE 7 3 HIunSS9s Riverside Riverside. A program by the members of the Kingston community club was enjoyed by this neighborhood at the hall Satur day night. Mrs. Jessie Titus was chairman and announced the following numbers: violin solo with piano accompaniment by Mr. and Mrs. Giles Brown; vocal solo by Dorothy Titus; vocal solo by Clem Crane; piano duet by Josephine and Mary Brand; skit with Clem Crane and Mildred Gasson; vocal duet Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Titus; vocal solo by Clem Crane; skit "The Dumb Maid" by Thelma Titus and Lenore Lewis; talk by George Sandner and a monologue "Soup" by Thelma Titus. Louise Clark acted as chairman for the committee and Raymond Clark announced the children's program as follows: piano solo by Dorothy Stewart; read ings by Jancth Buckner and Russell Stewart; dialogue by Dorothy Stewart and Lila McCutchan; vocal duet by Louise and Doris Schlegel; readings by Phyllis Dallas, Betty Koontz and Margaret Louise Harms. Chriss Miller led the community singing. This program from the Kingston group was an exchange program, local talent having presented a program at their hall in March. An invitation was received from the Pine Grove club to give a program there in May. A broken power line caused some delay and inconvenience prior to the community meeting Saturday night the resudt of the electrical storms of the past week. Mrs. Will Caldwell, Mrs. Gcor;:e Atkeson and Mrs. William Steil-macher were visitors at the home of Mrs. Al Bates on Tuesday aftrnoon. , , Mr. and ,Mrs. Homer. SchlogeJ were called to Albany, lajt week as Mr. Schlegel's father fell breaking a bone in his log. . A number of people attended the funeral of Mrs. Mary Lough of Crabtree at the Mennonile church in Albany on Monday alternoon. She was the grandmother of the Andrews children. Mrs. Bliss Dallas entertained with a birthday dinner at her home last Thursday in honor of Mr. Dallas's birthday and also that of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bryant. Besides the Bryant and Dallas families, Mrs. William Stellmacher was an invited guest. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc-Peerson of Berlin were callers at IE ' home six miles northwest of town Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Edwin i Zehner was voted a new mem-I ber of the club. Mrs. J. D. Whit-j tington of Newport, Mrs. Mary Nye and Miss llcne Blinston were ! guests. Lebanon Lebanon. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Conoy and Mr. and Mrs. Ross' Bradshaw drove to Oregon City Sunday and spent the day w'thi fi'.ends. Mrs. Canoy formerly ' taught in the elementary schools there. I Orton Kent, who is employed in ' a service station near Portland, was in Lebanon Saturday and Sundnvl at the home of his parents and. with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Richmond of Bonneville and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gogle of Albany were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Math Gogle Sunday. Mrs. P. H. McDonald of Scio came to Lebanon on Monday and bioueht her sister. Miss B"?s Mor ris, home. Miss Morris has been ill f but has recovered to the extent thpt she was able to come back to Lebanon. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Bnvne were guests at the home of Mrs. P. H. MacDonald in Scio on Sunday. A babv daughter named Rosene May arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Ingram of the Mountain Home community oni May 1. The babv is a grand daughter of Oscar Ingram of Lebanon and is the second child in the family. Members of the local Royal Neighbor lodge are prenanng for the district convention which will be held in Crawfordsville on May 20. Officers of the order are holding drill practice on eerh Mondv afternoon before the meet and will take an important part in the pro-i gram of the day. Sodaville Sodaville. A miniature house packed full of articles bride's dc-, light in was presented to Mrs. Austin Jones by a group of friends who gathered at her home Friday , afternoon. An illustrated book of . recipes and household hints was compiled by the guests during the afternoon. Troubles were forgotten in an evening of fun Friday when . about 30 people gathered at the Kazmarek brothers' home for a ! "hard time" party. Dancing, cards and visiting occupied the time. 1 Teachers of the local school have been rehired for the coming year. Mrs. Jack Canoy of Leb-1 anon teaches the upper grades and Mrs. Gertrude Schneider, who makes her home in Sodaville, is the primary teacher. : I According to-... announcement I made to the school children, any O'CLOCK TMT TONITE KOIN-1 hi id x KSL . .. 21c 58 2-pound box ice box flower cans 23' Grapefruit Sunkist 6 ,r 18c FANCY LEMONS 23c Dozen FOR Others - - t - J s ."i&s? Freo Delivery Pure Lard In Bulk 2 lbs. 25c Peanut Butter Lb. . . 9c PEARS 2Vi size can ' 15c . . 10c 27c 3 for 25c 1 r?S)5r?Sr Scio Scio Frank Rerucka has purchased the residence property and 113 acres of land from Mr. and Mrs. Holt Guerin (Opal Munkers) of Seattle. The property adjoins the Scio city limits on the north and is a third of the former Munkers donation land claim. T. J. Munkers of Portland, vice-president of the Scio State bank, recently deeded the property to his three daughters. Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Kosch of Bland are building a summer residence on their part of the land, which comprises the east third joining the county road. The residence purchased by Rerucka has been occupied by the John Archer family, and the land has been under lease to J. L. Rodgers, Scio sheep dealer. Rerucka has resided on a farm south of Scio for the past year. He is a former Neb-raskan. The Scio Sokols, local Czech athletic organization, will present a play at ZCBJ hall in Scio Saturday evening, May 16. Mr. and Mrs. Vanny Shores nave moved to Lebanon, where Mrs. Shores will be employed in the cannery. ' ' A 10'i-pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sehindler Sunday, May 3, at the Scio home of Mrs. Schindler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Flanagan, sr. This is the fourth child in the family. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ncal arc visiting this week at the J. A. Withers home in Scio. Neal is a brother of Mrs. Withers. A, B. Donhaue and family have moved into Hit Morrow property on south Main street formerly occupied by the Victor Johnson family. Donahue has purchased Tony Krosman's interest in the ' Van Brunt sawmill south of Scio. Krosman will be associated with his brothers in their mill at West Scio. Lacomb Lacomb. iThe May community club meeting was held at the hall Friday evening. The program committee, Mrs. II. C. Pyle, Mrs. C. Brenneman and Miss Virginia Toler presented the following program, song by audience skit, "Popping the Question',, Betty Ford and Jean Evans; song by Bruce Hobson; reading, "Driving Lessons for Sweethearts and Wives," by Mrs. John Halvcrson; several musical numbers by the orchestra. Miss Ford, and Mcssers, Kelly, Carter and Rund; song by H. C. Pyle; reading by Velma Wirt; song. Virginia Ray, Grace Bartruff, Eldon Ray and , Paul Turnidge; play, "That Echo" Colleen and Arlhcna Edwards and Gordon Turnidge; harmonica solo, Roy Crockett; monologue by Kathryn Lovett; song by male quartet. Rev. 11. Turnidge, Eldon Features for Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, May 8, 9, 10, 1 1 GRANGERS Ask for Your Sales Slips ' PINEAPPLE T'P8B'oT.Scans , 2FOR11c fcii . -a i 'in. r,- peas gspl loc H ' " JtSOTSjl Old Fashioned CORN GN:dp2ackan 10c DRESSING RINSO LPafkaqe 19c Pint 22 Second and Main Streets WE ARE ALWAYS OPEN Hershey Products Ron0 "HBnscmmSftjs'. Schilling Baking Powder J. M. BENNETT Candidate for nomination for COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT Linn County Non-Parrisah Ballot Qualified by education and experience 2 for 15c and Drinking Chocolate, i bars 7C can llC ... L for 15c J lb. can Goodbars, Quaker Puffed Wheat Pkg. . 8c Quaker Puffed Rice Pkg. . 10c Small White BEANS 5 lbs. 23c 1 lb. J lb. J lb. Baking COCOA, Mr. 1 "J LACKEY'S GROCERY Fresh PHONE 789 Fresh Fruit, Meats 4 Free Deliveries Daily 9:30 a. m 11 a. m., 2:30 p. m., 4 p. m. Vegetables Features for Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, May 8, 9, 10, 1 1 YOUR CHOICE v mild and mellow candy bars honey Almond candy burs milk chocolate candy bars A Real Value in Candy EAChUOc Oxydol CANDY MOTHER'S DAY HAND-DIPPED CHOCOLATES HOT SAUCE. 3 cans Large size . package . . . CRISCO 3 lbs. sealed air tight can CORN, 2 for Del Maize cream style 303 Final REMOVAL SALE FRIDAY - SATURDAY - MONDAY with $1.50 COFFEE HPdBR0S:. as low as 60c FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Fancy Strawberries, 2 boxes 25c Toilet Tissue, 3 Rolls : lO' FIG BARS, Pound . . . 10 Ginger Snaps, Docn 3e. . '; PUREX Quart 10c 12 Gallon 19c WATCH FOR THE ANNOUNCEMENIT OF OUR NEW LOCATION NEXT WEEK Spence Shoe Store "The Biggest Little Store in Oregon" HOW. 1st St LETTUCE Fancy solid Heads PEAS Fancy Green 4IU5 25c 9c for Deviled Meat Va Cans, 3 for . . . . Ivl Pork and Beans Van Camp's 1 6-oz. can .... 5c TOMATO JUICE Knight's No. I's 2 for ......... 15c BISQUICK Large OQa Package ...... Mm m ROLLED OATS Quick or Regular 9 lb. bag 37c OLEOMARGARINE 2 Pound . . . 25c Toilet Tissue, antiseptic, 1 000 sheet rolls, 7 for 25c DC A KIC Standby, Green No. 2 cans TOMATOES PEACHES Large 2V2 size Large 2'2 size can 10c 2 For25C cans - GOLDEN WEST OLD DUTCH PEAS Ellpjl COFFEE Clea nSer I Dundee brand, Early L-otJ - Garden m faLb. tin . 29c 3 cans 22c n0 2Can IOC RAISINS TsheeXsns 4'bba925c gSr MARSHMALLOWSR,beb5den14c JS ' Vn-lb.bag 9c. CRAB MEATGc ysBeaPcdh 28C Toilet Soap Camay or Palmolive BakinChocolate "ltelL IQc 3 bars 17c LEARN TO Tap Dance CLASSES STARTING TOMORROW Friday, May 8th 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., K. P. HALL For both beginners and advanced students FOR INFORMATION CALL Claranell De Moss . :. Phone 137 SOAP Giant Crystal White 6 bars . . 23c IVORY SOAP Medium Bars Each . '. . 5c Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Local Asparagus, 2 lbs 15c Radishes, bunch 2c Fresh Peas, well filled, lb 5c New Potatoes, 4 lbs 15c Green Onions, 2 bunches 5c Large Crisp Lettuce, 2 he.rJs 9c Carrots, bunch 3c 4

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