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t' PAGE, TWO THE A L 8 A N Y- DEMQC R.ATN HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON MONDAY, MAY-11,1 936 ing the day at Silver. Creek Falls ! county , power district via radio! railroad, 43.41 off .34; utility,. 28.93 off .28, . NOTICE TO CITY SENATOR McN ARY TO SPEAK FROM SUBSCRIBERS I station KOAC tonight at 7 p. m. (The report had previously been Dear Silverton. Visit Falls- l ETY. If your paper has not been given in error that the talk was to CAPITAL TUESDAY Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hough and delivered by your Albany car' rier by 6:00 o'clock call be this morning. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jackson re turned last evening from spend D. M. Eohrbouch. Phone T18-T Arlenq Price and. children, Anna-belle and Byrl, of Eugene; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zimmerman and June Lay ton ; of Halsey; Tom Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Zimmerman- and Mr. and Mrs. L. A, Zimmerman. Peoria Society Peoria. Mrs. W. A. Muller complimented Mrs. Jack Handley, a recent bride, at her home last and a copy will be delivered by KNIFE BLADE LENGTH DEFINED BY ORDINANCE ing the day at Salem and Silver Grain Chicago, May 11. Favorable weatheo reports from the southwest prompted moderate selling of wheat future today and prices dipped on the Chicago board of trade. At the close wheat was off 'h to 1 cent, with May 93. corn off (4 special carrier. Report all other Creek falls. They report the roads in good condition to the fulls and a large number of visitors there complaints to the office, Phone 15 Birthday Party Given For Miss Mollett. Saturday afternoon Miss Reta Mollett celebrated her eleventh birthday by inviting a few of her friends to, her home to spend the I Wst Memphis, Ark. (U.R) "Ar- Portland, Ore, May 11. United State Senator Charles L. Mc-Nary will deliver a special message to the people of Oregon from Washington over radio station KGW- Tuesday at 6:45 o'clock Ralph D. Moores, chairman of the McNary for Sepator Commit- lbs ..Albany-Democrat-Herald yesterday. The land1 surrounding kansas toothpicks," favorite weapon of negroes have been banned from this city by the passage of j a new city ordinance by the coun- the fails is a state park and to May 62, oats unchanged Ui Office Man Added ' To Oil Plant Staff L. A. Sutherland has been added to the local staff of the Standard Oil company of California, bringing to ten the total of Standard Oil company employes here now, including four plant employes and six at Standard Stations, according to E. P. Edwards, local plant manager. Mr. and Mrs. Sutherland are residing at 623 Ellsworth street. He has the position of clerk at the plant. They came here from Portland. According to Manager Edwards a steady increasing volume of business has rendered necessary the increase in personnel, and still more additions are contemplated as volume warrants. . Both plant and station workers are on a, five-day week basis. . , being improved by the CCC boys on vs cents. May 26 Vk, Tuesday afternoon when, close i tee announced here" today. friends and relatives were bidden Attend Ball Game C. H. Burggraf and C. H, to a party and shower for Mrs, Hundley. Cut flowers were ar AWARDS PRESENTED TANGENT STUDENTS Wieder of Albany were in Port ciL "Toothpicks" under the new ordinance, are knives with a blade measuring more than two inches in length. Knives with blades measuring five and six inches with an edge ranged effectively about the rooms land yesterday to attend the two "- . TUfi WEATHER big baseball games played there and added charm to the pleasant afternoon. A contest in which AT WEDNESDAY MEET Oregon and Washington: Part afternoon. The , afternoon was spent in playing games and bringing the event to a close the hostess' mother served refreshments. The guest list included: June Strait, Eleanor Hack, Ruth Hack, Maxinc Jacobson, Glorian Glad-hart. Delia Falwell, Miriam Tower, Jean Peebler, Doris Horning, Betty Green, Maxine Garland and Lillian Mollett and the guest of honor. i . Conner Society Mrs. Arch Handley won first ly cloudy tonight.' and Tuesday, "Although Senator McNary has been urged by many friends throughout the state to return to Oregon and participate in the campaign, he has preferred to remain -at . his. post of duty at Washington and leave his candidacy- for re-nomination in the handst of the people ." of Oregon, whomi he has served 'so faithfully and; effectively in the senate for Visitor In Albany I of razor sharpness have been the with fogs on the coast and scatter Q. W. Large of Brownsville, Tangent. (Special). An es- ed thunderstorms in mountains prize was enjoyed. Many lovely gifts were presented to the bride who is to reside in our vicinity. candidate for the democratic nom scmbly, in observance of Music week, was held at Die school, last ination as county commissioner, chief weapon used by negroes in the fights. Fines for carrying long-bladcd knives range from $25 to $500 under the new ordinance. Kelreshments of cake, ice cream, was a business visitor in Albany Wednesday afternoon,, under the of east portion; no change in torn perature; light to moderate north west wind off coast. Maximum, temperature yester and coffee were served with the tnis torenoon. , At McMlnnvUle direction of Mrs, Lores Terhune, instructor in music. The following program was presented: selection assistance of Mrs. Ida Freerkson Mrs. Erman Johnston and Mrs.. G day locally, 86 degrees; minimum Conner. The Conner Thimble club was entertained at the home Mesman. Those attending were temperature last night, 52 degrees George Snyder was in McMinn by orchestra. National Guard. Miss Ruth Tuttle, Mrs. J. A. Fox. vine over the week end. of Mrs. Roy Armstrong Thursday group singing, "Dress Parade;" Mrs. G. Mesman, Mrs. Erman river, a.z jeei.-Will Baild Annex MEETING POSTPONED Announcement was made today of the Santiam Fish .and Game that the regular monthly meeting Protective association, scheduled for tomorrow night, has been postponed until Tuesday night, May 19, because of the monthly meeting to be held, by the newly organized Willamette Fire Fighters' association at Brownsville tomorrow night. Visited Parents drum solo, Robert Maas; "National Music Week and What It is," Delman Grell: violin, solo. ".The Johnston of Albany; Mrs. J. S. Nicewood, Mrs. Roscoe Sisk, Mrs. afternoon of last week. Spring flowers were used about the rooms for decorations. A quilt was worked on for the hostess. After .Mrs. Anita Dowlin and daugh WOMEN PLAN MEETING The Women's Missionary society of the Evangelical church will meet at the home of Mrs. Ora Shceler on Pine street at 2:30 p. m. Wednesday, Mrs. Helen Whiteman, president, announced today. Mrs. Jay Smith will give the lesson, Mis. Whiteman said, and a social session will conclude the meeting. , The management committee of the Santiam Fish and Game as Elmer Munson, Mrs. Ida Freerk ter Miss Mabel Lee Dowlin, of Little Patriot," Junior Richard son, Mrs. Everett Abraham, Mrs, sociation met at Clear lake yes the business meeting, needlework Portland were Saturday and Sun Henry Abraham, Mrs. Harold terday to complete plans for the day visitors at the home of Mrs son; cornet solo, "Lassie of Mine," Everett Forster; violin solo, "The Merry Bobolink," Ca-millo Forster; violin solo. "Song Muller, Mrs. Milford Muller, Mrs. and conversation passed the afternoon hour. Mrs. Gee was admitted to the club as a member. Dowlin s parents, Mr. and Mrs. H summer months. It was ordered to build an annex to the keep K. schultz. A. H. Handley and daughter, Bar-bara Jean, of Portland, the honored guest and Mrs. Muller. of the Sea Shell," Consuclo Gar Mrs. Armstrong, assisted by her ers cabin to be used in conducting an. eating place to accommo Tomlinson Gels Job- cia; cornet duet, "In the Valley of mother, Mrs. N. L. Grate served a OFFICES MOVED Guy Hood, Linn county resettle- Donald Tomlinson. son of Mr. date the public. The road between Belknap Springs and the lake is tne Moon, victor Downs and Lee Bray; violin solo, 'Santa Claus Mr. and Mrs. Jack Handley were and Mrs. W. S. Tomlinson of R. ment administrator, has moved his offices from the McDowell build closed until May 15, they report. Guards, Gene Muller: orchestra. F. D. No. 4, has accepted a posi the inspiration for a dinner party given in their honor last Sunday at the home of the groom's aunt, Those attending the meeting were Lightly Row," "Long. Long Rgo" tion witn tne w. e. Fuller & Co., ing at Third and Broadalbin streets, which also houses the Linn county relief committee headquar and "America;" cornet solo, "One GET THE ' AND SEE THESE - CARNIVAL BARGAINS AT F. M. -Brown of Brownsville, chairman; Harry Howe, Lebanon, manufacturers and distributors of paint products. Tomlinson, who is Mrs. Ida Freerkson, when she Fleeting Hour," Stanley Muller; president of the association; Dent ters, to the second floor of the violin solo, "rne Little Prince.' Stewart of Albany, vice presi at present attending the New York university school of retailing while working for a master's Bank of Albany building, where he is located in Room No. 5. served a lovely chicken dinner to relatives of the couple whose wedding was an event of last week. Vases of pastel flowers were used on the table and about the roms. dent; Percy Schrunk, Scio, and Humbarto Vienweva; . trombone solo, "Aloha," Carl Grell; violin solo, "Over the Summer Sea," timer Fitzgerald, Lebanon. delicious luncheon to Mrs. Fred Hart, Mrs. Gee, Irene Frietag, Mattie Groshong, Lylith Porter, Alma Hoefer, Helen Yagelski, Gary Frietag, Donald and Darrell Porter and Dean Armstrong. Mrs. Porter will entertain the club at her home May 21. Shedd Society Shedd. Mrs. Frank Pimm entertained the Priscilla club at her home last Tuesday. Mrs. John Cox,, the club president, presided during the business meeting. This was followed by a social hour. Mrs. George Chandler received the contest prize. At the close of the degree, will be located in Portland and will report for work immedi Mendal Robertson: cornet solo, 'Only a Year Ago." Delma Mae ately after his graduation in June, Dr. Littler will be out of hit office during the month of May. i mll-12 Jenks; "violin solo, "America the HOME FROM PORTLAND Elaine McClellen returned home yesterday from Portland where she had been spending the week end with her sister, Blanche, now a. student in Marylhurst college. Those bidden were the bride and groom; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Falk and son, Everett, of Halsey, , Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Vannice and two sons. Junior and Vernon, of Beacutiful," Martha Peterson Daughter Born Mr. nnrl Mrs C M Qmfth I.. Following the musical program VMt WaUport of Marion became the Darents of a' the presentation of music lyres, . Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lennard daughter, weighing 7- pounds and Harrisburg; Mr. and . Mrs. A. Handley and daughter, Naomi; oasKclDall letters and staff pins and children and Mr. and Mrs. 0 ounces Saturday night at the Al- were made by Professor Kenneth SPRING CAR1IIVAI OF USED CAR, USED TRUCK' VALUES t oany Utnerul hospital. George Kcndig were among those Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hunter and three children. Lois, Barbara Hulbort. Those receiving lyres Charles L. McNary 19 years," Mr. Moores said in afternoon the hostess served dain visiting at waioport ana ncaroy were: Junior ttichardson. Con- PALMER DIES . Washington, , May 1 1. A. Mitchell Palmer,' attorney general in the cabinet of President Wilson, died a today at the Emergency Hospital. Jean and Roy; Mr. and Mrs. Emil Brays Have Son ty refreshments. 'The club will making the announcement. --: suelo Garcia, Victor Downs, Del Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Bray are the meet on Thursday. May 14, at thelCarrow' all,of Por,tland' Mr- and home of Mrs. E. H. Margason. w.'s- Arnold Handley and son, ma Mae Jenks, Everett Forster. "At the solicitation of his many points, on the coast, yesterday. Ytatt In Portland Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Lance re parents or a pound ounce son, Carl Grell, Delman. Grell and Rob Dorn last night at the Aluanv Uen ert Maas. friends Senator McNary has however, consented to participate in the campaign to the extent of The members of the Thimble Mae and Howard Workinger and the hostess, Mrs. Freerkson. Girl' basketball: Helen Grell. eral hospital, Ha Major Operation 53 turned Saturday evening from Portland and. way points where they had been on a brief business club were entertained by Mrs. Bertha Janseri at her home last delivering this single radio ad dress," Mr. Moore continued. v'' (tiC PICK Doris Coates of Albany, under Tuesday afternoon. The afternoon YOUR DEALER Crystal Ross, Genevieve Grell, Elva Grell, Irene Forster, Helen Slate, Mary Lee Tharpe, Marion Richardson and .Ruby Grell. and pleasure trip. , ...... Albany Demolays "What the nature of this mes went a major operation Saturday was spent sewing for the Women RST-THEN PICK night at the Albany General hos Win State Posts THE CAR Boys basketball: Robert Awb- pital. of Woodcraft home. The meeting was brought to a close by the hostess serving delicious sage will be I do not know, but it goes without saying that it will be interesting, and I want to avail myself of this opportunity of urg rey, Paul Bray, . Everett Kutsch, L. O. O. ML Tuesday SPECIAL TODAY! Lorca Saylor, Delman Grell, Lee Family Catherine . Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Davis were in Eugene yesterday to attend a family reunion,. Relatives were present from Roseburg, YoncoUa, Cottage Grove and other points in this part of the state. ThQ Loyal Order of Moose will Bray and Oran Griffith. meet tomorrow night at the Moose Staff pins: Estalyn Saylor. edit Mrs. Vernon Roberts entertain temple, members announced. ed the members of the Pinochle '35 Ford V8 Pickup . '. . . $527 '27 Olds 4-door Sedan . . $12T '26 Dodge 4-Door Sedan $127 Visits Here- or and Helen Grell, Annie Davidson, Irene Forster, Marion Richardson,. Paul Bray, Helen Slate, Mary Leo Thurpe and Robert Awbrey, club at the Roberts home last Saturday evening. Mrs. Clay Stone received the high score for Arnold Mart, master councilor of Jay Tuttle chapter, Order of DeMolay, Astoria, was elected stale master councilor of the Oregon State council at the fourteenth annual state conclave at Astoria Friday and Saturday. LaGrande was chosen as the host chapter for the 1937 conclave. Thirteen representatives of Ta-kena chapter, Albany, including Mrs. Harry Connuwuy of Hood Vhlt i Portland. Mr. and Mrs. J. R Alexander ing everyone regardless of party affiliation, to listen in on the senator's speech on this occasion. "I also want to avail myself of this occasion to urge all republican voters to go to the polls on the primary election day, May 15. If they will do so there will be no doubt about Senator McNary being renominated by a tremendous majority." the ladies and Merle Githens high and son of Albany spent Sunday Biver is In Albany visiting her sis tcr, Mrs. Derrill Austin. Mrs. Con nawuy is en route home from Eu score for the men. At a late hour in Portland visiting relatives and '30 Chev 4-door Sedan,, $295 '28 Essex Coupe :r;'V; $127 tho hostess served a delicious friends. gene where she had been to snend Mrs. Mary A. (taker lunch. Junior Weekend witli hen son, who LRnlph Senders, state master coun Film Developing. Overnight Ser attends u. oj u. Dit Sunday Morning IF YOU HAVE any doubt about any insurance matter, ask us for advice. We have had extensive experience in solving the insurance problems of many of your friends.. Owen Beam Agency 235 West Second, Street 475-1! Opposite Post Office On Inst Tuesday evening Mr. vice. Hurleys Drug store, ma-ii Home From Eugene Ralston Motor Co, DEPENDABLE USED CABS AND USED TRUCKS Mrs. Mary A. Baker, 89, u native BuitneM Visitor , Mrs. WVH. Davis returned to Al RADIO TALK TONIGHT A. C. Heyman is scheduled to discuss the report of the Oregon hydroelectric commission on the proposed organization of a Linn of England and a resident of Al Frank Cawrse of Salem, a resident of the Providence bany last night from Eugene, where she had been for the week bany for 4B, years, died n Uio Al cilor, ana waller aiuun, jr., suue scribe treasurer, drove to Astoria Thursday afternoon for the two-day meet. Other officers elected or appointed included: Donald Felton, Corvallis, state senior councilor; Walter Stuart, jr., state scribe-treasurer; Henry Stewart, Albany, state junior steward; Richard Smith, Salem, state chaplain. bany General, hospital at 6:20 Sun neighborhood, was an Albany end to visit her son, 1'lalt, who is day morning follow an illness of Business visitor this forenoon, attending the University of Ore tnruo weeks. gon. Mis. Baker, whoso maiden name California Visitor- was Mary Ann Lukins, was born At De Lake- "THE SOONER YOU PLAN YOUR FUTURE . THE BETTER YOUR FUTURE WILL BE" Mr. Root of Monrovia, Cal., was among the business visitors eeo. zz, imi, in Drawcolt, near W. D. Porter entertained with a pinochle party in honor of the birthday of her husband W. D. Porter. Invited guests were Dr. and Mrs. T. 1. Marks of Halsey, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ronnen-kamp and son, Karl; Frank Porter of Portland, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cornell, and Mrs. Bertha Jensen. At the close of the evening the hostess served refreshments. Recently Mrs. L. A. Zimmerman entertained with a birthday party in honor of Mrs. Ed Zimmerman. Covers were laid for the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meeker, Millcrsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Stacy Neoly and grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Conscr, Mr. and Mrs. Lind-spy Doty, all of Albanv: Mrs. Mr. and Mis. Ernest Kurrie and Mr, and Mrs. Mrs. Howard C. Reeves of Albany spent Sunday at spending the week end in Albany and vicinity. " ' MILL TO REOPEN Independence, Ore., May 11. A call for 300 men was issued to Wells, Summcrsutshire. England. She was married in England on Dec. 12, 1871, to W, E. Baker, well remembered by older Albany residents as Ted. Taker, a brick mason the tiurrie cottage at De LaHe. Honored at College Margaret Hurst of Albany was and contractor who died at their Return from Coast Mr, and Mrs. William Street and family returned last evening from the coast where they had been to spend the day. day by Cobbs & Mitchell lumber mill at' Valsetz, which hns been shut down for several years. New equipment will be installed in the mill before reopening, scheduled for some time this month, accord-ing to Bert Thomas, manager. home in Sunrise six years ago. Shortly after their marriage the Bakers camo to Ameilca, settling among those honored at the Oregon State college honor convocation Saturday morning. Miss Hurst,, ajunior, was recently pledged to Phi Chi Them, nation n New York where they resided n , jo!' WEEK (ggfti for four years. From there they moved to Iowa whero they lived tor 12 years before coming to Albany in 1888. Bend Mayor Here ' J, F, llocsch, mayor of Bend, was among the visitors spending the week end in Albany and vicinity with tho view of locating here. al honor society for women in commerce. She is also president of Delta Zeta sorority and will represent that organization at The known relatives of Mrs. Baker are a sister Mrs. Sarah Cole, Planned Life Insurance Will Answer Your Needs the national convention in Ash- vmg in Skaneatcles, N. Y and a ville, North Carolina, in June. Miss Hurst is the daughter of Mr. Portland. Visitor Mrs. A. J. Witchel of Portlund was among Uie guests last night at a local hotel. and Mrs. Lee A. Hurst of Albany. niece, Mrs. M. A. Austin, of Merced, Cal. For the past year Mrs. Baker has made her home with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Steele in Sun- HARRY C. DOBESH For Linn County RECORDER Qualified by Business Experience (Paid advertisement) isc. Funeral services will be held the Fortmiller funeral home TODAY'S STOCK, GRAIN MARKETS Tuesday afternoon at 1:30. The chapel service will bo conducted Let Ted Si Fred lubricate your car at Regular Intervals. We call for and deliver your car at no ex-Ira charge. Tedlock 3c Forster, 1st & Jackson Sts. Phone 375 mB-11 the I hristian bciencc society of hich Mrs. Bnker was a member. MARKETS AT A GLANCE Stocks Lower in dull trade: a nterment will be in the Masonic few selected issues hold early gains. cemetery under the auspices of the Order uf Eastern Star of which Whether You are "Old or Young, Rich or Poor"! lionds Fiench rallv; domestics is. Baker has been a member Candidate Visits Harry Dobesh of Lebanon, candidate for the democratic nomination for county recorder, is spending the day in Albany in the interest of his campaign. mixed, U. S. governments firm. for 43 years. Curb Irregular: quiet. Chicago Storks irregularly higher and quiet. Call money 1 per cent, no j NEW TRUCK READY Chief Butts of the Albanv fire department said today that the new city fire truck, designed for use in conlroling small fires, is THE FIRST LIFE INSURANCE policy you buy is merely one step in a broad plan you should, follow if you want to makei your future, and the future of those who depend on you, really secure. per cent from rate which prevailed since Oct. 30. 1U35. Candidates' Meeting Tho Linn county republican candidates addressed the public at a meeting held in Lebanon Saturday evening under the auspices or the United Workers League of that place. ready for service and will prubublv Foreign exchange Irregular. Cotton 2 to 9 points lower. Stocks New York, May 11. Selected be placed in commission tonignt. replacing the truck which the fire department has used fur this purpose more than six years. The new truck has boon repainted bv the firemen, and equipment was being transferred tioiu the old. truck to the new one late today. industrials firmed on the New York stock exchange today, but pi- r LLt- -'' ""u TjL!&: till CALL ON ONE OF THE LIFE INSURANCE representatives listed below. He will help you work out a complete life insurance program - - - - A plan that you can build up step by step as you go along. other sections, weakened with pressure most pronounced on agri cultural equipment, motor and metal shares. Transactions totalled 6H0.00O Candidate Visits Albany-Arthur M. Geary of Portland, a grandson of Dr. Geary, a pioneer president of Albany college, and candidate for delegate to the national republican convention, was a visitor in Albany this morn-ins on. his way to the southern part of the state. Mr. Geary is a friend and contributor to the finances of AJbany college and is aaid to have many friends in this section of the state who are supporting him. "Solve Tomrorow's Problems by Meeting Them Today" shares, the smallest full session since June 10. 1935, when the volume was 632.000 shares. The total Uist Friday was 7B0.0UU shares. uow-Joncs preliminary averages closed: Industrial. 14 8 off 9fl: Provide for both your DEPENDENTS and vour INDEPENDENCE SEE S. V. SMITH, Agent for EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY Life Insurance and Annuities Phone 168 NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. A mutual company Organized in 1845 LEONARD GILKEY Special Agent Phone 76-J or 640-L Hank ot Albany Building OREGON MUTUAL LIFE Home Office. Portland. Ore. One of the strongest, life insurance companies in America. ' " O. B. STALNAKER ; Special Representative - Phone 229Y . Albany, Ore. Res. 1 136 Calapooia Street , We have a hair cut foe each member of the family. Try us. Terminal Barber Shop. m9-U From Sweet Home " Floyd Crenshaw and family of Sweet Home, were shoppers and visitors In . Albany Saturday afternoon. " T Serve on Jury i Charles Galbraith of " Sweet Home was in Albany this1 Marl RIGHT AT HAND THIS KITCHEN TELEPHONE YOUR KITCHEN is a model of up-to-dateness. At astonishingly little cost you can make it complete. You can hav?- a TELEPHONE right at hand for quick ordering, easy answering. May. we tell you about thcwrious types of service ? TUB fACU'lCTELEPUONE AND TKLE&IAPH COMPANY Telephone 88 Mflg. FRANCES ZIEGI.ER (formerly Frances Whitaicr) ing on his way to Portland wkfM NOW Is the time to Buy a NEW MAYTAG LIBERAL TRADE-IN ; ALLOWANCE Phone 2R3 for an appraisal OTTO KOOS Rotco Ames Hardware 5 now associated with this shoo he Is to serve, on 'the federal-Jy. V. OTTO LANCE 1215 Ferry St. rhone 501-J Loral Agent for METROPOLITAN LIFE f INSURANCE CO. and welcomes all her former friends and patrons here. He was accompanied as far as Albany by William- Tucker, who C.oV. HICKMAN District Vanit for NORTHVTfaSTMW MU-TUALIFBIHSUhJCC Mihvaukte. Wis. O The dividend paytiA com-' pany ot Amenta. Phone 4 ifi-R or ZM- SUN LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY WORLD WIDE Over 24 billions in. force. l S. and Canada Investment fields T.M.HOWARD Ml Calupuoia St. Tel 415-Y Loral Representative economic umbrella to p:w-") ti-ct children from the stonrrr u to be in charge of Mr. Gal-braith's farm dunghj ajscjipc. VUH Silver Creek ' '"" Mr. and Mrs.- Guy Lyons and Mrs. Anderson and daughter returned last evening from spend- WALKER'S BARBER & BEAUTY SHOP 115 Lyon St. Phone S79-R of life when their father is out of the picture. -O-

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