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THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON PAGE THREE; FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1936 Thursday noon when the bicycle on which he was riding collided with a fast moving automobile in Corvallis. As Woman in Red Became Deportee LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS HI (H 0 RCH ES two schools from this vicinity, the Pine Grove and Peoria schools accompanied by their teachers. Miss Margaret Shaw and Bruce Harding, were on the program. Miss Shaw directed the primary, intermediate and upper grade singing. Mr., and Mrs. Otho Froman, accompanied by Mrs. Josie Grit-" fith of Shedd, drove to the coast for a days pleasure trip Sunday-While on a trip touring the southern and western states Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Miller of Milwaukee, Wis., stopped for a weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Clark of Jefferson and Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Clark. The travelers, are cousins of Mrs. T. C. Clark. : Grace Walker came from Mon Oakville Oakville. A ball team from the Ash Swale and Morgan districts played the local grade team, at Oakville Thursday. The score re- I! Fir Grove one attending the morning worship to wear in honor of "mother." At the evening worship a special service is being planned in honor of mothers and daughters. The Albany college and high school queens, the Misses Wilma Dick and Betty Fitzpatrick, together with their attendants, will be present to share in this inspiring service. The theme of the sermon is: "The Most Beautiful Woman in Albany." High school and college young people are especially invited to join in this impressive service in honor of noble Christian womanhood and motherhood. Young ladies of the church will serve as ushers Sunday evening. The service begins promptly at eight. The B. Y. P. U. services will 12 to 10 in favor of Fir Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron j suited in Ingram are parents of a baby girl : Oakville. Mr. Crow was the visit- Harrisburcr Harrisburg. Although some of the farm land is still too wet to plow farmers arc beginning to look forward to harvest. Carl Keen has bought a new combine harvester on the strength of the new crop. The damage by freezing is thought now to be much less than feared at first. teacher and coach. Paul born May 1. They have named the jng mouth last week to be with her oauy itoszena ftiay. Height coached the local team. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde A return game is scheduled for Walker. She expects to finish her will be furnished by a male quartet and the choir. 7 p. m. The junior, young people's, and adult endeavor societies will meet in their respective rooms, come and enjoy the fellowship of one of these groups. 8 p. m. Evening worship. The pastor will bring a message on (he "The Parting of the Way." the near future. The eighth grade of the Fir Grove school announces graduation exercises Thursday evening. school year at Oakville. Mrs. Larson and daughter, . Graves, Shirley and Donald With commencement still about May 14, at 8 o'clock at the Moun- ,..i,n snout the winter Rosemary also Mrs. Mary Achesdn in Alaska a monm away me seniors in wic tain rtomc scnooi noust high school are getting busy with Mr. and Mrs. O. 11. Frank and We invite you to listen to the! graduation plans. They have their Mr. and Mis. Bert James visited Mrs. Jane Miller last week. Mrs. I begin at 7 o clock. A fine program is being prepared for this meeting. returned last week to be with : and daughter, Margaret, were their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. among Oakville visitors Sunday. Ralph Miller. Both daughters are members Nino Oregon State students from the 1936 graduation class at Or-Westminister House provided the gon State college. choir numbers for the morning Members of a local 4-H cook-service at Willamette church 1 ing club project with Mrs. Henry n.,b,Mlln c,t,Hf,v ntlini- x.iuitnre i Rules ns lender exDect to Close The Sunday school session begins Miller recently fell and cracked her hip. Mrs. Mary Logon, Mrs. Miller's daughter, came from Ar at 9:45 a.m. Nearly fifty increase during the last two weeks in Sunday school attendance. Our goal lington to visit her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Robertson and . f Albany and Corvallis helped , their club year with a picnic at is 300 for Children's Day. Our church entertains the Ore their son. Dean, visited Mr. and fill lti rlinrr.h tn nlirtnct nMi-l Rlll'linetOn Dark Tuesday. gon Baptist convention next week Church of Christ Broadalbin nd Fourth Sts. Virgil F. Halbig, Pastor Order of services for "Mothers' Day." The oldest and ' youngest mothers will receive a gift. Also the oldest and youngest mother in Christian service will receive one. "Let us honor her. who aside from Christ, is God's greatest gift to the world, and to man. The subject will be, "The Mother and the Home." Bible school, 0:45 a. m. Classes for every age. You will enjoy this hour of study and worship. Mr. Earl r Horning, superintendent. Mary Magers, platform superintendent. Special music. Morning worship and communion service H a. m. Presentation of gifts to mothers.. 'Special , vocal number. Sermon: "The Mother and the Home." What is home without a mother? What is mother without a home? Let us honor her this Mothers' Day. . .. AH C. E. societies will meet at 7 p. m. Junior, intermediates and young people are urged to attend. Evening praise and worship 8 p. m. (Note change of time) Orchestra music, led by Mr. Cleff-mann. A rousing song service and special vocal numbers led by Linden Launer. Sermon: "To Much Speed, Not Enough Time in Life." Mid-week prayer service, and study class. Wednesday, 7:30. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs announcements from the engravers. Loren Marguth will be valedictorian and Maltha Hurkins, salutatorian. The student council authorized the school to buy letters for award to those who have earned them. These letters are to have emblems for the sport in which they were earned and the ones given to the seniors will have stripes for the number of years they have played. Miss Enid Larson, teacher at Oak Grove school is home sick with the mumps. The school was dismissed until she can take charge again. The dime social club mot lit capaeitv. Members of the Neigh- Recent visitors at the home of bors Bible class and families 'Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lehn were served luncheon to the Corvallis Mrs. Hazel Johnston of Portland, group following church services.! Archie Denveille from Cascade day. Tangent Methodist Church Dr. Jouett P. Bray, Pastor Church school at 10 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. George Coon, wno locks, Mr. ana Mrs. diu mauui. were here to attend the funeral Mrs. Aaron Ingram to become acquainted with Roszena May. Other visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Ot-enr Ingram. Mrs. .Milo Briles and their son. Cecil. Pupils of the Fir Grove school will attend the May Day Festival Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Gunderson and daughters, Roberta and Gus-tine, were Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. James Howe. Word of the Lord and enjoy good old-fashioned Gosp:'l singing. Special music furnished by the Junior Endeavors. Thursday. 7:30 p. m. Praver service and Bible study. 8:30 p. m. Choir rehearsal. Evangelical Church First and Pine Sts. E. C. Hicks, Pastor Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Oscar Swandcr, superintendent. Classes for all ages, good teachers. Betty Erb our pianist is giving good service. Preaching service at 11 a. m. by our pastor. Subject "Mother's Desire." Specials at this service. Mrs. Obedience Moulton, pianist. Seniors, juniors and intermediates will meet in their respective places at 7 o'clock p. m. Come and join one of these' groups. Preaching at 8 o'clock following a good rousing song service. Subject, "Two Important Things John Saw." There will be Baptismal Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mauch, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Mauch, Billie and Grace Johnston, all of Eddyville. promptly. Mr. Pierce Jenks, su services of Mr. Williamson, Mrs. Coon's father, held in Corvallis, Saturday, were visitors at the home of their uncle, Grant Thompson. The couple are former Linn county residents and were recently transferred from Seattle to Portland where Coon is manager of a milling plant. At a meeting of the Christian Endeavor society, Sunday night with Richard Stockton, leader, reports from the state endeavor the town library this afternoon. The time was spent on needlework and in visiting. Refreshments were served in the. audi torium, Mrs. George Scott and Wells Wells. The Wells school's baseball team played a losing game of baseball with the Stiver school's team in a return game on the Stiver diamond last Friday after-Mnm, Thn itjimo i'onltoH in a srore Mrs. Everett Scott acting as hostesses. Those present were: Mrs. J. J. Cramer, Mrs. George T. Mrs. Mina McConnoll of Corvallis, and the Misses Elinore and Margaret Dunlap of Brownsville were among visitors at the Willamette church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gale and daugh-tre Verda and Nora Coldiron of Tangent in company with Maxine Willett were Sunday visitors at the George Willott home. Mrs. Botkin returned to her home in the Alsea vicinity Sunday after a weeks stay with former neighbors. John McNeil of Pine Grove, was a Wednesday business visitor in the community. Raymond Burkhart from near Lebanon was among last week perintendent. This community; Sunday school is one of the best and you will enjoy it. The eleven o'clock hour is in honor of our mothers, being Mother's Day. After the opening exercises there will be a reading by Mrs. Helen Brown. Special music by the choir. The sermon is especially prepared for Mother's Day. There will be no preaching in the evening at 7:45, the usual time. The Epworth League is preparing a surprise Mother's Day program that will be given in place of the evening service. They most cordially invite the community to attend both services of the day. On this Mother's Day let every one of us hoonr our mothers whether alive or not. This church has arranged to have red and convention held recently in Eu- Scott, Mrs. H. T. Widdifield, Mrs. Guy Hughes, Mrs. V. Cartwright, service at the evening meeting. of 25 to 13 in favor of Stiver. The; gene were read. The group with Immersion next Sunday for those Rev. E. J. Clark their advisor Wells school expects to play an who wish. also perfected plans for a trip to Monday evening there will be a the ton of Mary s Peak next Sat church supper and business meet urday, should weather conditions Miss Ina Bridges, Mrs. Charles Morris, Mrs. Lynn Holt, Mrs, L. J. Scholz, Mrs. Royal Douglas, Mrs. Pcarce, Mrs. E. W, Blehm, Mary Blchm, Ronnie Widdifield. The dimes contributed will be used for the purchase of new library books. other game with the Suver team this Friday if the weather permits. Edgar Harold Atwood, Edward Atwood, Bill Ritchie and Alim Ritchcy spent last Thursday evening with Sylvester Ridders. permit Albany people In attendance at ing. The supper will be in the nature of a banquet for mothers and daughters. This will be at the social hall. on business j connected Willamette church Sunday were , callers Mrs. Jennie Gaff, Mrs. Ella Mc- The Mayflower etui) Held tncir Monday evening there, will also Predicting that she would return to America, Mrs. Anna Sage, the "woman in red" who betrayed John Dillinger to federal agents, is pictured as she boarded the S. S. President Harding at New Yrk City for deportation to her native Rumania. Her plea that she " was promised immunity from deportation for pointing out Dillinger was ignored bv federal courts which ordered hei ouster with the coming election. Mr. and Mrs. Theron Furgeson came from Albany for a recent days visit with Mr. and Mrs. John white flowers to give to those rcgular monthly meeting in the t-oy and naugnter ana James mc-Unitcd Artisan's hall with Mrs. Coy, Monmouth Normnl student. n,,.i, ri.i.-hr Mrs Heals I In addition to participating in be the last quarterly conference at which Dr. E. W. Pctticord will speak. Choir practice Thursday night at 7:30. The public is cordially invited. First Methodist Episcopal Church Third and Ellsworth Sts. Thomas D. Yarnes, Minister 9:45 a. m. Church school. Classes for all ages. 11 a. m. Morning worship. Appropriate Mother's Day exercises with a sermon on "The Christian Home." 3 p. m. The united choirs of our city will give a sacred concert in our church. Everybody is invited to come. .'There will be no evening service. ! The choir will enact their play "TrieiNew Minister" in the church on Tuesday evening. May 12. This wno come and have none. Pentecostal Assembly of God Peoria Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rentche and two sons of the Oakville community were shoppers in Peoria Saturday eveninu. and Mrs. Bevens as joint hostesses, tne music icsuvai ui nmm-oura. Wednesday Friday and the community pro- Edd Kcycs left last week on a Mr. and Mrs. John Ridders and' gram Friday night, local pupils business trip to his former home fi.miiv w..r. holiness cullers in ! are beginning preparation for the in N. Dakota. Mrs. Keyes. ana 223 East Second St. Alan H. Banks There will be the emblems of the Lord's Supper given at the morning worship Sundav morning, and it is requested that every Pastor. Friday and Saturday, 7:45 p.m .......... ...... . :.,., ,Jinrf lha nkilJHnH A ,i b anri Ttahnlri fW member be present. Evangelistic service, 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting on Thursday evening at 7:30 p. m. Evangelist Grice speaking. Good eighth grade graduation program, mained at their Oakville home. Mrs. Lillie Westcott of Tangent Wednesday, 2:30 p. m., the Women's Missionary society will meet. Place to be announced later. Choir warm spiritual meetings. Come. Sunday. 9:45 a.m. Sundav eshonl Mr. and Mrs. William Dobrinin Salem last Saturday, winie in of Pine Grove were interested I Salem they called on a number of business callers in Albany last I their old friends and relatives in-Saturday. I eluding Mrs. Margaret Cramer Carolyn "Ruth spent the week and daughter, Mary; Mrs. Ella end with her cousin. Alice Mac ! Stuck. Walter and Addie Mills Members of the eighth grade class lire Bertha Brown, Doris Hunting, Donald Stockton, Charles Lamb and Ellsworth Gundersrn. John Nelson, superintendent. I practice at 6:45 p. m. and prayer praise and Bible study at 8 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clme and Miou lNJollir. llii'hler. You are always welcome. Immanucl Lutheran Church R. Hoins, Pastor . Services Sunday at 1 1 a. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Walther League will meet tonight for Bible study. willr-be a benefit affair and the proceeds will go to pay for the improvements recently completed in Bayne, at Lake Creek. The Woman's Missionary Society held the April meeting at Mrs. Charlotte Craft, teacher of i Mrs. nomer iiiie were nisi Ihn Wells school has secured a 1 visitors at the home of Mr. and m w w w Willamette United FrsJ bytcrtian Church E. J. Clark. Minister 10:30 a. m. Bible school. M. S. the church. A real treat is provid' ed in this production, and we offer it to the public with full con- the home of Mrs. Pearl Cummings i position as teacher of the Moun-; Mrs. Aaron Keycs. They returned last Tuesday.. Mrs. Hover , the '. tain View school for the coining to Portland Sunday with Eliza-president, had charge of the busi- school year. Mrs. Craft fills the belli' Keyes and Homer Clme ness meeting, and Mrs. Cummings ! vacancy left by Miss Eugenia! who spent the day at the Keyes conducted the lesson and study j Somers at the Mountain View home. accompanied by Mrs. Powell from Portland were last week visitors at the Walter Hense, Earl Shearer and the Misses McCune homes. Reports from a meeting of the Woman's Presbyterial of the United Presbyterian church, held ' at Shedd the last of April will be a feature of the missionary meeting announced for Thursday afternoon at the church. In spite of conflicting . attractions an effort is being made to present a worthwhile program of both local and visiting talent at the Community club meeting Friday night. Local Darticipants are scheduled evangelist Unco will hold a children's service, A big crowd expected. 1 1 a.m. worship service. Evangelist Grice will bring the message. 6:45 p.m. Children's sand table hour. Christ's ambassadors. Adult hour of prayer, at the home of Mrs. Miller, Sixth and Baker Sts. 7:45 p.m. Final meeting of Evangelist Grice's campaign be sure to come. Wednesday, 1 p.m. prayer meeting. 7:45 p.m. How to make Faith fidence that they will enioy it. A cast of about 25 people will be pre A German communion service will be held at 10 a. m. Sunday. Sunday school teachers will meet Tuesday at 8 p. m. All teachers are expected to attend the Sunday school. hour. .. . srhooi. The Wells school teacher mr. ana mis. wuner wuiuuni Miss Margaret Shaw visited ' for next year has not yet been de-of Silver Lake, Lake county, ur-over the week-end with friends I cided. j rived Friday to make their home in' Salem, ' The children of the Wells school i with Geortlc Windom. J. R. Mode accompanied his ' presented Johnnie Carter, who I Pupils of the Greenback school has been ill for some time, with i participating In the folk dance Mnv lkti lnt Vririnv. luiven bv representatives from SCIO LAMB SHOW TO OFFER PRIZES FOR SIX CLASSES active will be the subject of the Bible Study Hour. Prayer meeting lUllUWIIlg. son, Ray Mode, to the McUridc Mill, near Junction City, Sunday and will stay there during this coming week. , 'A number of local people attended the Music Festival in Mrs. C. C. Aldridgc of Lebanon 'six surrounding districts at the returned to her home last SaUir-jMay day festival , in Shedd, Friday after having spent the past day were Betty and Dorothy Friday, 7:45 p.m. praise and Coon, superintendent. Special number by the Comrades' class. 11:30, Morning worship. The quartet composed of Mrs. Geo. Millhollcn. Mrs. Clyde Walker. Melvin Williamson and Lawronce Walker will sing "To Serve My Mother's God.. Sermon, "Mothers Like Merchant-Ships." 7:30 p. m., Y. P. C. F.. Subject, "What Is the Church?" Leader, Richard Petersen. The trip to Mary's Peak has been postponed on account of Condition of the mountain road. First Baptist Church Special Mother's Day services will be held at both morning and evening services next Sunday. At the morning worship the pastor's theme will be: "Influence of a Christian Mother.",kA red or white flower will be presented to each sented. The Women's Home Missionary society will meet at the home of Mrs. G. T. Hockcnsmith. 624 Maple St. On Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. Miss Geisendorfer will be assistant hostess. Miss Volena Smith will lead the devotions, and Mrs. Cowles will present the program. The mite boxes will be opened at this service. Grace Mennonite Church Fourth and Main Sts. W. R. Augsburger, Pastor 10 a. m. Sunday school. Mr. A. H. Boise, superintendent. A cordial invitation awaits you here. 11a. m. Morning worship. "The Parable of the Talents" will be the basis of our morning meditation. Annrnnriate "Mother's Prv" music for the music contest In Albany, the music festival by rural schools , at "Riverside" ln: addition to other school affairs on the same date. Program committee includes Mrs. George Willett, Mrs. Clarence Eaggy and Mrs. Aaron Keycs. ., prayer meeting, Mrs. Banks speaking. .: week with her daughter, Mrs.: lcnn,. Minnio uoii anuiu, Sherid last Fr.idav when a num- i Pearl Carter, and family. Mann, Annubelle McKiniey, L,eona a Hughes, Louis Windom and ber of schools around Shedd took Sylvester Ridders received St Peter's Episcopal Church Sixth and Lvon Streets part in the day's program. The badly bruised right arm last Gainer Pool. The Rev. D. Vincent Gray, Vicar. mr mnhurncTURMRS Ruommtnn Scio. (Special) Scio's annual Fat Lamb Show, scheduled for Saturday, May 23, will offer six classes of exhibitions with prizes aggregating $90. Classes A, B and C are open to all exhibitors. Class A will include four prizes for the best pen of three lambs; class B, four prizes for best single lamb; and class C two prizes for best buck lamb. Classes D, E and F are open aunaay, May luth, at 9:00 a.m. Service of Holy Communion with sermon. The Rev. D. Vincent Gray will be celebrant. Interdenominational Church H. H. Hubbell. Pastor The Bible school session ooens at only to 4-H club members. Class iu a. m. w. L. Burkhart, superin D offers four prizes for the best tendent. After the usual period ofjPcn of three lambs; class E, four in the study classes there will be prizes for best single lambs, and a short program of readings and class F three prize sfor the best music in honor of our mothers. bottle lamb Recitation by Master Donald Rules of the exhibition forbid Haley. . class A lambs competing in class B; and class D is barred from Reading by Clifford Leonard. Duet by Misses Irene Beamis class E. Exhibitors are required Rfl-J-S offers 3 outstanding Coffee features and Patricia Clifford. i to be in readiness at 9:30 a. m and will close at 5 p. m. Special music by the choir. The pastor's Mothers' Day mes Judges for the contest will be prominent county officials and sage will be "The Unfeigned Faith of Our Old Fashioned Mothers." State college experts. The sheep-shearing contest of' The evening service, 8 p.. m Sermon, "Living on the Word." fcrs four prizes, a total of $11. The committee announces that this contest will be held on First Presbyterian Church M. M. Stocker, Minister Sunday school at 10 a. m. Mrs. higher platform than the one used Daniel Freeman, Supt. Classes for all ages. Morning worship at 11 with services appropriate to Mothers' Day. Sermon, "The NowY the Time to Drain Old Winter Gear Oils last year, as there was some difficulty in the crowd seeing the men in action. Members of the committee in charge of the Fat Lamb Show arrangements are J. L. Rodgers, prominent Scio sheep dealer, Norman Bernier, J. D. Donsmore, sr., Rager Cain and J. A. Withers, Scio merchants. 1. FRESHNESS Of course, good coffee must be fresh, so M j-B is packed in special tins by Process which keeps all air out and all flavor and aroma in. Gentle Conquest." Quartet number, "Mother O' Mine" (Tours). Junior Hi and Senior Hi societies will meet at 6:30. Evening worship at 7:30. Sermon by the pastor, "If God Is Like Jesus". Special music Schilling FLAVOHY Z. "STRENGTH ESSENTIAL" under direction of Mrs. Roy Wor-ley and Fred Neal, organist. Mid-week Bible study class Wednesday at 6:30 using the Book of Acts. The group meetings of the Women's associations will be held this week at the call of the leaders. . United Presbyterian Church Fifth and Washington Strecs J. B. Patterson, Minister Bible school, 10 a. m. B. H. Pharis, superintendent. Recognition of Mothers' Day. Special offering for Children's Farm Home and others. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Organ selections by Prof. Justin The famous "Strength-Essential" a definite coffee improvement achieved by M-I-B is a constant richness in every grain which means full flavor whether you like coffee ( strong, medium or mild. MEXICAN Chili Powder 3. UNIVERSAL GRIND Miller. Anthem by the choir, Mrs. TRANSMISSION and differential Ails become contaminated with metal particles, grit, water or other foreign matter that causes excessive gear wear unless changed regularly. That's why car manufacturers, who know what is best for your car, say "change gear oils every 5,000 milei." j Another important reason for changing gear oils now is that win ter-grade gear oils become too thin in warm weather and do not give adequate protection. It's false economy not to change gear oils regularly Go to your nearest Stop-Wear dealer today for complete Stop-Wear Lubrication Service.Drain old gear oils and refill with correct grade Union riction-broo Lubricants. It will cost you but little, and will add to the pleasure, safety, and economy of your spring and summer motoring. Stop-Wear Lubrication Service is available throughout Pacific Coast States and Western Canada. UlllOn OIL COMPANY E. E. Chandler, director. Sermon If coffee is ground too coarse, its full flavor is not released; if too fine,the friction-heat of grinding spoils the flavor. M-J - B is ground just right to give full flavor regardless of your method drip, or percolator, or silex. by the pastor, "A Chaplct of! Grace." Young people's meetings, 6:45 i p. m., including junior, intermediate and older groups meeting: separately. The topics concern re-; lationships in the home. j The evening service was given . to the all-church service at the Methodist church originally announced for 4:30 p. m. but to beheld at 3:00 p. m. The evening service this Sabbath will close with the young people's hour, which is in charge of the pastor from 7 to 8 p. m. i -1 fiy GUARANTEED! Complete satisfaction is guaranteed with M-J-B, or your grocer will refund your money. Mid-week service, Wednesday, MRS. FRANCES ZIKGI.tR (Formerly Frances Whitaker) is now associated with this shop and welcomes all her former friends jijid prons here. "WALKER'S5 BARBER & BEAUTY SHOP TUP 7:30, for prayer and Bible study. Free Methodist Church Eighth and Sherman Streets V. M. Abbott, Pastor Sunday school at 10 a. m. Young peoples hour, 6 30 p. m. Preaching service at II n. m. COFFEE Phone 679- 215 Lyon St.

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