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May 13, 1936

Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 3

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1936 THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY. OREGON PAGE THREE At fTuH Slayer's 'Arraignmeni LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY MNHJHKOttHOODS ing with the household duties at! the home of Mrs. Gladys Palmer. Mrs. William Curtis became suddenly ill Saturday night and some of her daughters called. A physician from Corvallis was called also. Fred Roberts and two daughters, ' Beverly Jean and Lucille, ot Salem; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Roberts of Springfield, Robert Biuim of Springfield, Carl McMahcn and sister, Miss Amanda McMahon, of Eugene; Mr. and Mis. Chuntu 1'iUK and sons, Omar and Leslie and daughters, Doris, Treva and l.ila. and 1'hebe Isoin OLDEST CHIMTANZEE DEAD Sydney, N. S. W., Caney, believed to be the oldest chimpanzee ... captivity, died at the Taronga l';;i k .oo here at the age' of 27. ii!.cy was the most famous' mon-. .y in Australia and his antics sd inured visitors that he was cs limatcd to be worth at least S2.500 a year to the zoo. ' The Ladies' Auxiliary met with Mrs. Hugh Mallow Tuesday m North Brownsville. The time was spent on a club quilt and socially. Mr. and Mrs. John Wliitaker and children were present at a family gathering Mothers' day at the home ot Mrs. Whitnker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ash-ton, near Albany. Jimmy Harrison of Brownsville is spending this week t the home of his paternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bradley were married in Portland recently and arc now living on the old Mallow place where Mr. Bradley is engaged in the turkey business. -VOTE FOR- Mrs. Celia Stevenson and daughter-in-law, Mrs. Leo Stevenson of Portland came to Halsey Sunday to spend a couple of days visiting her sister, Mrs. P. J. Forster, and her mother, Mrs. Ackley. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rossman of Eugene motored to Halsey Sunday morning and were accompanied by his brother, Dana C. Rossman, and wife and daughter. Fern, to Portland where tiiey spent the day with the men's R. M. RUSSELL Candidate for Republican Nomination for County Clerk Experienced in Probate and Circuit Court procedure. Graduate of Business College, including Bookkeeping and.. Stenography. My nomination and election will insure continued operation of the office at lowest possible cost. , .o ,wkmm - -4 Courtesy, Efficiency 'and Service is my motto. --' : Paid advertisement by R. M. Russell Mrs. Bradley was Miss Isabel Mc-Kercher of Crawfordsville and is well known in and around Ash Swale. blood poison in her right arm. Dr. and Mrs. Peter Tweed were guests at the Lardon's one day last week. Mrs. Lester Holt visited at her parental home in Carlton from Wednesday until Friday of last week. Her mother, Mrs. Stouten-berg, is quite ill. On Sunday Mr. ana Mrs. Holt drove to Carlton again to visit her mother, who was slightly improved. Those of this vicinity who enjoyed the senior class play at Scio were Mrs. Fred Sommer and son, Noel; Mrs. Lester Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Sommer, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Crenshaw and family and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gentry and family. Charles Gentry was one of the cast. Lester Holt and Fred Sommer attended the Farmers' union meeting at Santiam Central Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nichols and children, Allen, Grant, Lola and Wayne were week end guests at the parental home of Mr. Nichols, Mr.-and Mrs. J. H. Nichols ot Lebanon. Mr. and Mrs. George Germyer and family ol Tigard were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hawk. Allen Nichols is now employed at the John Shepherd farm. Mr. ana Mrs. Jack Goar and children were Salem business visitors Saturday. Sunday was a most enjoyable day at tne home of Mr. and Mis. Steve Crenshaw as their children and families came home commemorating "Mother's Day." Those enjoying the homecoming were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crenshaw and family of Sweet Home, Mr. and Mrs. Carol Crenshaw and family Mr. and Mrs. Frank Klisner and family, Wilbur Council of Westfir Halsey mother, Mrs. M. A. Rossman. Local garage men received a call from north of Shedd early Monday morning as a motorist had dozed off to sleep and had struck one of the bridges north of the Calapooia bridge. The name was not learned nor the amount of damage. Riverview Rivcrvicw. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Knighton of Albany had as Mothers' Day guests for dinner Sunday Mrs. Knighten's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sommer and son, Noel, and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Sommer. ' Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vears and children, Robert and Dorothy, of (rises vicinity spent the evening Thursday at the John Shepherd home. The Thursday Thimble club was entertained last Thursday at the home of Mrs. William Gilkey. Mrs. Brown was a visitor. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Jack Gore. Mrs. Fred Gentry and Mrs. Fred Sommer will be joint hostesses. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weddle Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weddle of Jefferson. Mrs. Paul A. Lardon was guest of honor of Mrs. Arthur Knox in Salem Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Semons of Scio drove in at the John Shepherd home Sunday as a surprise, bringing a basket lunch and flowers for the sick as Mr. Shepherd had been quite ill all week and Darrell just recovering from a minor operation. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Yonker, jr., of Salem were week end guests of Mr. Yonker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Yonker. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Yonker of Devaney district also were Sunday dinner guests. Mrs. Glenn Philippi was a week end guest at the home of her mother-in-law, Mrs. V. Phillipi. of Scio. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Dinsmore and children were Mothers' day guests at the home of Mr. Dins-more's mother, Mrs. A. Dinsmore Halsey. Mrs. Fred Moody and Mrs. Hazel Munkers were joint hostesses to 15 members and four guests of the Halsey Study club Thursday aftrnoon at the public library. The same officers were re-elect-etd. They are: Mrs. Cleona Hill, president, for her fourth term; Mrs. Grace Sickcls, vice-president; Mrs. Alberta Cross, secretary, and Mrs. W. H. Bolideau. treasurer. The three last named has served two years previous. The club decided to hold its annual Tag Day to raise funds for the library on Achievement day, Saturday, May 23. Guests were Mrs. Emma Cain, Mrs. H. L. Stralcy, Mrs. Leroy Straley, and Mrs. Earl Loucks of Brownsville. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Miller of Eugene spent Mother's day here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Clair Miller. Mrs. Sophia Bass spent the Mothers' Day week end visiting her daughter, Mrs. Paul Ashton, in Albany and her son, John Bass, and wife at Tangent. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gollra of Albany motored to Halsey Sunday evening to see his father, A. M. Goltra, and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hollemon and daughters, Henrietta and Madeline, enjoyed Sunday on a trip to the coast towns. Mrs. Dean McWilliams fell one day last week and badly injured V j mJ m n i "" Put your home in order. Court permission for a sanity examination of John Fiorenza, confessed strangler of Mrs. Nancy Titterton in New York's gruesome bathtub murder, forecast a battle of alienists when he is brought to trial. Tightly clutched by an officer, Fiorenza (right) is pictured at his arraignment on the murder indictment chatting with his attorney, Henry Klauber (left). A series of ten loyalty services I are to be conducted -at the local I her hip. She is confined to her home. ' Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Forster had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. of John Shepherd is a nephew Shepherd. Holh aa a major investment of capital ami tlio dwulliuR place of the family, your home merits good care and upkeep. Every dollar that you apend wisely on it Increases both its Av. ability and its value an an investment. Modern homes in good repair have suluhility, whereas old, "run down" Church of Christ beginning May 17. Rev. Ellsworth Coulter will lake charge. Mr. and Mrs. LaDuke and daughter of Salem spent Mothers' Day hero visiting their spent Saturday with Mrs. Harrison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Miner Billings at Blachley. , Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Harrison drove to Harrisburg Saturday eve- DR. CHAN LAM i ning to attend a Townsend meet homes do not Monthly iayment Loamm It Is ku1 business then, to take advantage of present opportunities to repair or remodel your home. Our Modernization Loan plan olfers an ideal method Amount from $100 and Miss Veloris Crenshaw of Monmouth. Mrs. Thomas Peterson, was on duty in the Albany General hospital as special nurse last week. Mr. and Mrs. David Sprague and daughters, Thelma and llene, and Madaline McDonald drove over to Waldport Sunday to the dedication of the new Alsea bridge and spent some time at Newport. Guests Sunday at the Peter Peterson home were Mr. and Mrs. Voss and family of Suver, Mrs. Jack Reddy of Lakevicw and Mr. and Mrs. Chambers of Albany. Sunday evening guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Shepherd were Robert Rolling of Lewisburg and Mr. and Mrs. Le-land Shepherd of Corvallis. Mr. Chinese Medicine Co. Nntiiral romdlo for illHonhii-8 ot liver, ntninfiell, KlatulM, Mkin, & u r-itiiiry system of men & women. HemefUffl for constipation, nut lima, Hrthritln, n u k a r diabetes & rhtu- of Devaney. Miss Mary Louise Nobel of ! Corvallis spent the week end at I her parental home. Other guests at the Noble home Sunday were 1 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Boatman and j Miss Opal Benedict of Eugene. Mrs. A. Sacre was a .dinner guest at the John Shepherd home Monday evening. Later in the eve- i ning all drove over to Devaney I school for the eighth grade graduation exercises. Miss Alberta Noble accompanied them. Mrs. Donald Slack is in ' the ! Lebanon hospital suffering with ' maiism. Y. T. Lam, N.D. Naturopathic daughter and sister, Mrs. Ellsworth Coulter, and husband. W. A. Carey spent the week end with his wife in Salem. He is staying much of the time with his son, Everett Carey,- and family on the farm this spring. Martin Cummings is spending a few weeks at Newport with his brother, W. A. Cummings, for his health. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ardry of Lake Creek took him over Wednsday. Russell Hcrndon and Ralph Frazee motored to the coast Sunday to partake of the celebration. Mr.' and Mrs. Thomas Ardry, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Brock and sons, Donald, Keith, Sammy, and daughter, Mrs. Dica Smith of Eugene, and Esther Morse went to Keith Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Bock's son, Wayne llrock, and family. Miss Golda Carter is now assist ing. L. A. and Vernie Arnold of Lebanon were in this vicinity on business the first of the week. Marie Whitaker is back in the Shedd school after several weeks absence due to measles and pneumonia. The ladies' auxiliary is to serve lunch at the Macy and Earl Harrison administrator's sale which is to be held Thursday, May 21, at the Harrison ranch. Alta Rose Bowers and the children of Mrs. Wilma Harrison have the whooping cough. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson of Lebanon, Mr. and Mrs. W. Y. Shcar-and son, Junior, of Tangent; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gamble and daughter, Ilcnc, were Sunday guests at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bowers. - s V hyslcliinii ITpMnln ltooin l to 92000 may be borrowed at reasonable interest rates for periods up to three years aasl repuid in easy monthly payments. Inquire about this helpful home improvement plan to'lnvi aUo about our Mortgage Loajs ptrrt- , , . J. C. Irvine, Manager K. S. Miller, Attt Mgr.- Albany Branch of tfc United States National Bank OPPOSITE POST-OFFICE Utmd Oire, Portland Oregon m km n mn frdkhai. ik posit insurance corporation Wells Wells. The 4-H Health club held its final meeting last Friday, Geraldine Dodele, the president, presided. The final report for the year was written in the project book. Eleven members joined the club in September and all the members finished their work. This is the first year a 4-H club in this community has been successful and the members all completed their work. Pins will be awarded to the pupils on Friday by the club leader, Mrs. Craft. , Tests and reviews are going on in earnest in the school, as this is the finnl week for the pupils. The final state semester tests will be given on Thursday and Friday. Two pupils were honored for perfect attendance records for the entire year. They were James Miller and Gene Stoekhoff. Ella Ivors was absent one half a day. Superintendent E. H. Castle presented the school with a certificate from the Automobile Accident Prevention Association. These certificates were only issued to schools which have a 100 per cent enrollment in the association. Each child signed a pledge card issued by the association. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Huffman and family of North Plains visited over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. m and 1!, Venetian Theater Hid . ('or. Klrnt niiil llroudulbiti . tilt)., Albany. Offleo Hours: 2 p. in. to & p. in. TtioHday and Saturday only. Con-rtnltatioti, Itlond I'reMHiint and Ur- lllO TOHlB Kl'GO oT Harry W. Cooley DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR Linn County Commissioner Uoldlo Chan, N.D. chaiKo. Economic Administration with Square Deal to All Townsend Plan 100 (Paid Advertisement) equally true of shoes. . coats. ; hats foods., cigarettes ... almost everything 1 - f i - -v I Nels Yenckol and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Barclry spent two days at Waldport this past week. Mrs. Vowells is confined to her bed with severe illness. Frederick Ridders of Dayton spent the weekend wilh his uncie. John Ridders. and familv. Sunday evening he drove to Albany to spend a- few days. Mr. and- Mrs. John Ridders and familv attended the funeral of Elinor Coucy Tuesday afternoon at Shcdd. ! Vs,i ! i W1 I.. f - - :- '' If a thing does not SATISFY it costs too much s. 'v. Ash Swale Ash Swale. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gamble and Mr. and Mrs. Barnes called on Mrs. C. Carlson at Leb-annon Friday. Mrs. Carlson is able to be up a while each day. She recently suffered a nervous breakdown. Shorty Austin of the Morgan school district was in Ash Swale on business Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Frack and sons, Neil and Kenneth, and Mrs. Jim Lawrence, all of Sheridan, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Harrison and son, Donald, of Tangent; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tomlinson and daughter, Patsy of Turner and Miss Betty Lawrence of Albany spent Mothers' Day at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harrison. Albert Carlson is still very ill with pneumonia at his home in Lebanon. Bill Oendcnen drove back to Detroit where he is working after spending the week end with his family. Mrs. Lyle Tucker is quite ill with a cold. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Harrison ii the other hand ... i if it DOES satisfy it is worth all it costs... and more Ivy Poisoning Quickly subdue the burning snd itching torment and help nature clear your irritated ikin '. ." T .VI , '' r William H.Trindle Candidate for Circuit Judge Not the candidate of any political clique or faction. Supported by a large majority of people and backed by those voters who expect to ask no favors but who do demand a square deal in the administration of justice. Mr. Trindle has the nanny facultv of makina friends amoni! his with gentle, effective VPasw wub gentle, effective JB Resinol That's how, it is with Chesterfields . . . they arc made to satisfy. Chesterfields are different from other cigarettes in that they have not only different kinds of to bacco, but the paper from ,the Champagne Paper Mills in France is different . , . . . the tobacco from Turkey it different ... the way the ciga-Mttc ia made ia different. j. vi wPf business acquaintances and associates, and nothinn could more ef-; fectively stamp out the present continuous conflict and turmoil in the court house than to elect him Circuit Judge as he would be congenial with his fellow officers. j Remember that everybody votes the judiciary ballot regardless of i party registration as all elections for Jude are non-partisan in this1 state. Do not be misled by the propaganda that the swing is to any f.thti candidate. Stick by your choice and vote O 16 X WILLIAM H.TRINDLE j GEO. C. RICHARDS M. H. ACHESON C. E. McClain Two Radio En-!. III .j1S MRS. FRANCES ZIECLER (Formerly Frances Whitaker) is now associated with this shop and welcomes all her former friends and patrons here. WALKER'S BARBER & BEAUTY SHOP Chesterfields arc made to satisfy. ... that's their business; that's their .. . reputation . . . they live up to it. rilDAY, r.M.ir.u K0STIUKCTZ 45 PICCE DANGC OKCIItSTM XV W-ji z: with Kr ThempMfl ond Soy HMth.nen and th. Rhythm SiA0WI -L.

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