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May 15, 1936

Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 5

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FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1936 THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY. OREGON PAGE, FIVE v Preparing His Stamps for Exhibit Palon and daughter and Mr. Fredrick and 'daughter ail of Sqio, to, -j Albany Saturday,". v; . ; '. y transacted business in Lebanon Monday. Mrs. Milo Briles has returned to her home in the Lakeview dis gram given by local talent was well received. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Thompson are parents of a 9V4 pound son LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS Bond of $200,000 forKarpis"Host' Mr, and Mrs. Phillips called on 4i horn May 4. The newcomer willtrict after a two weeks stay at I Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Moses last Sun- . unt-rnoon. uirs. . wioscs nas been In bed since last June..' Scio: me nome oi ner aaugnter, mis. Aaron Ingram. Mrs. Briles has been caring for her new grand- daughter Rozcnia Mac Ingram. West Scio Sclo. -A six and three-quarters pound girl, the first in the fam- .,, West Scio. Mr. and Mrs. Wilberlily. was born to Mr. and Mrs. R., , Funk visited Sunday at the home L. Wirth of Scio-at-a Stay ton hos- ... of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rice of pital, Wednesday morning. May First cement for the basement of the new Scio .Mill & Elevator , company building was poured r I Wednesday. The building will oc-i-! cupy a 34 by 100 foot space on- the corner of Main and Mill streets "v I in Scio. Ten men are at work on the foundation project. "X Mr. and Mrs. Cecil O'Reilly have .... ''f fir l returned from a brief vacation. spent at Newport and other coast Portland. Mrs. Rnloh Pusche'.l and chil- I dren visited relatives and took in the circus at Salem Saturday af ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Funk and Mrs. M. O. Arnold visited relatives at Dallas Saturdav. Mr. and Ms. Roy Thomas of Sanderson bridge neighborhood visited Sunday at the heme of Mr. and Mrs. Ro- Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Arnold attended the dedication of the bridge at Waldport Sunday. Mrs. Mary Denney spent last week at the home of her sister, Mrs. B. S. Richardson, of Jefferson. Mr. and Mrs. John Roner and family spent lat Sund.-v at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Posvar at the new fish hatchery. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Holteen and Clell Holteen of Browmvill", accompanied by Mrs. Holteen's sister. Miss Jean Merit) of Klamath Falls, were visitors last Saturday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Quigley. points. - Charley Dolezal, Clyde Rodgers and Lynn Lambert will return to Scio the latter part of this week, from Corvallis where they have i been clipping wool from a band daughter. Donna, and Arvy and Ted Pyle, the honored guest and Mrs. Pyle. Additional afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hern, Mr. and Mrs. Will Downing of Independence, Mrs. Mary Downing, Mr. and Mrs. Will Goodwin of Lebanon. Complimenting their mother, Mrs. J. Cox, all of her children spent Sunday at her home. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Justin Baldwin and their families from Grand Ronde; Mr. and Mrs. James Rutherford and children of Lebanon, Mr. and Mrs. George Miller and children, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Hyder and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cox and children, Gwen-eth, Harold, Billie and Nelson Cox and the honored guest and Mr. Cox. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Smith, Bonnie and Delores Cox were afternoon visitors. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Miles of Berlin were Mr. and Mrs. John Turnidge and son, Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Henson and daughters, Mrs. J. C. Harden and son, Roy, all of Lacomb; Mrs. Bertha Turnidge of Lebanon, Mr, and Mrs. Clctus Turnidge of Chicago, Mrs. Delia Pound of Portland, Mrs, Arthur Brownley, Mr. and Mrs. Norval Gott of Waterloo. A special Mothers' day dinner home Sunday. Those present were was enjoyed at the C. L. Raines Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Raines, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Raines and daughter, Janet, Mrs. Gertrude Wirt and children, Mrs. Ralph Raines and the host and hostess. Sunday school at the Baptist church was followed by a special Mothers' day program of songs and readings. A special sermon in keeping with the day was given by the pastor, Rev. Henry Turnidge. Mrs. J. W. Cox was chairman of the meeting conducted by the mothers in the evening. The 4-H club members entertained their mothers at the hall Thursday afternoon. A short program of skits and dialogues and a talk by each member on club work was followed by angel food cake and sandwiches prepared and served by the club members. j of several thousand sheep. I COLLECTS BOUNTY E. F. Schackman of Foster col- t lected a $4 bounty from the county clerk yesterday on a female coyote 1 pelt. ... VISITING IN EUGENE Mrs. Bert Crawford of Albany L bkS is spending the day in Eugene on ' n hnnpiB and pleasure trip. T lW President Roosevelt is shown at work in the White House on his valuable collection nl stamps, prior to shipping it to New York for display at the Third International Philatelic exhibition Earlier he had approved the designs foi a new series of army and navy heroes stamps, which will be more material for thousands of collections throughout the world. Brownsville Brownsville. Rev. and Mrs. Comer and daughter, Ruth, of Vancouver, Wash., visited friends in Brownsville Sunday. Mrs. Leroy Straley and daughter, Shirley Anne, went Sunday for a visit with Mrs. Straley's mother, who is in the county hospital in Portland. Mrs. Ed Stanwood left Sunday to resume her position in a school near Vancouver, Wash., after a short illness at her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Sawyer spent the week end in Portland. Mr. and Mrs. George Hume and sons, Robert and Junior; Buddy Heeter and Fred McHargue at- tended the circus in Eugene Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Powell, Mrs. Harold Powell and son, James, and Mrs. Hal Landon and son, Deane, attended the funeral of Mrs. Elbert Lynch in Hopewell Saturday. Among those attending the Baptist state convention in Albany this week were Mrs. J. W. Clark, Mrs. S. B. Sawyer, Mrs. August Leuhring, Mrs. Hal Landon, Mrs. Jennie Tycer, Mrs. Melvin Starnes and Mrs. Bessie Howe. Friends here were sorry to learn this week of the death of Herbert Tyler at his home in Los Aeseles. Mr. Tyler formerly resided in Brownsville. Mrs. Andrew Brund and daughter of Cottage Grove spent he week end with Mrs. Brund's mother, Mrs. Maria Marsters. Rev. H. R. Geil and daughter, Mrs. Rachel Mohr, of Portland visited friends and relatives in Brownsville Tuesday. Ed West has returned to his home here after spending he winter in California. Carl Cooley and W. H. Dedman spent Mothers' day at the W. C. Cooley home here. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Robe of Albany visited relatives in Brownsville Sunday. Miss Doris Isom visited in Albany Tuesday. Millersburg Millersburg. (Mrs. Lois Ache-son and son, Marvin Lea, and Eu nice Pugh attended the circus in oaiciu ium rnuay. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Turner spent Sunday picnicking at the coast with Mr. and Mrs. William Street and family of North Albany. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Alexander and Mrs. Jack Vail and daughter, Betty Bly, of Portland, and Mrs. S. E. Alexander of Albany were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Alexander Sunday. Mrs. S. E. Alexander has gone to Portland" to spend a few weeks at the home. 01 her,son., Dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moreland Sunday were Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Fisher and daughters, Janice and Qld-fashioned because it's natural... It's the beer, the "old timers"tell about. His bond set at $200,000 on n charge of harboring Alvin KarpiK, imprisoned gang leader, Kred Hunter is shown above, handcufled, handkerchief at his face, after his arraignment in New Orleans. Hunter, alleged fonnct -minor Ohio gangster, and a woman were taken into custody by G-men when Karpis was captured. the school pupils under the direction of the teachers, Mrs. Jack Canoy and Mrs. Gertrude Schneider, are giving an entertainment consisting of a play and minstrel. The play, "What! No Angel Cake?" has a large cast. After the cost of the costumes is deducted the proceeds will be used for the purchase of playground equipment. Photographs and anecdotes of "girlhood sweethearts" furnished and amusing interlude at the meeting of the Ladies' Aid Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. F. Snider. Following the business meeting the company tied a quilt for the hostess. A satisfactory sum was realized from the chili supper sponsored by the I . h. last week. The pro- Of iwuv 33 .41 ..111 lcyan Methodist church of Aums-ville preached following Sunday school at the Green Mountain school house. A string band of six pieces accompanied Rev. Ar-hus from Aumsvillc. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Osborne and son Wesley attended the circus at Salem Saturday evening. Mrs. J. R. Johnson and Mrs. Earl Powell of Berlin were recent guests of their daughter and sister, Mrs. R. W. Nolan and family. Mrs. Johnson remained for an extended visit at the Nolan home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sturgis and daughter, Joyce, of Oakridge spent the wek end at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Sturgis. Additional guests Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Will Blacklaw of Tennessee. Miss Lois Lovett and cousin, Ronald Swan, returned to Foster Sunday evening after spending the week end with her mother, Mrs. Mary Lovett, and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Raines and daughter returned last week from Chicago, 111., where Mr. Raines has been employed the past year. Mr. Raines, a construction engineer, has had charge of digging a canal at Blue Island, about 30 miles from Chicago. A. L. Downing, and daughters, Frcnccs and Helen, and Elan Garrison were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Downing at Marcola Sunday. Mrs. A. L. Downing accompanied them home. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Pomeroy and family of Independence were over night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sodaville Sodaville. Graduation exercises for the eighth grade class will be held Friday evening, May 15, at the school house. On the program in addition to the numbers given by the members of the class will be a reading by Doris Marlman, two groups of songs by the school pupils, other musical numbers and a speaker from outside the community. Those finishing the eighth grade this year are Loraine Rose, Edna King, Clement Sholderbrand and Wesley Cal-ahan. Wednesday evening. May 20, no X0U 1 KEEP be known as Jack. Mrs. Benton; of Mountain Home community is assisting in the care of mother and son Mrs. W. M. Jones arrived in the community from Las Animas, Colo., Saturday night. Mrs. Jones is the mother of Mrs. George Marlman and Mrs. Everett Crab-tree and will make her home with them, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Arbuckle and family spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Arbuckle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C, Ames. Mothers' day guests at the R. F. Arbuckle home were . Mr. and Mrs. Allow Hinderbrand and Mrs. Rosa Hilderbrand of Albany. Mrs. Anna Russell, who had been visiting her sister, Mrs. Arlow Hilderbrand, since Thursday, returned home to Sodavillo with them. Mrs. Esther Titus left Tues day morning for Portland where she will spend a few days on business and pleasure. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Baker of Eugene were guests Sunday night and Monday at the Francis Kau home. Mr. Baker is a brother of Mrs. Kau. Clarence Edwards and Miss Georgia Perry of Condon and Miss Lois Golden of Portland were guests at dinner Sunday at the F. Crosby home. Fir Grove Fir Grove. Rozenia Mac Ingram had many callers Sunday: Milo Briels and son, Cecil; Mrs. Oscar Ingram and son, LeRoy; Mr. and Mrs, Loren LaFond and sons, Roy, Kenneth and Leonard; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schulzc and daughters, Vera and Veda of Albany. In connection with the graduation exercises with the Mountain Home and Fir Grove schools, O. E. Mikescll, county club agent, will show the following pictures: "Village Blacksmith," comedy; Pendleton Roundup; "Under Orders," two reel western picture, and "Forest Fires or Game," a scenic picture. , Mr. and Mrs. Bert James and family ,wcre Sunday visitors at the. Gus Gunderson hamc at Plainview. Mr. and Mrs. William Hall attended the funeral of. Mrs. Hall's uncle at Harrisburg. Mrs. Hall also visited her mother, Mrs. Gibson, of Harrisburg. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stockton, Mr. and Mrs. William Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Bert James were Albany visitors Monday. Mrs. James also visited her sister-in-law. Mrs. E. IF. Ingram. I Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Vlpond WHISKEY LIQUEUR 75 i ... YOUR REFRIGERATOR EUtEDI THE ORIAT WHISKEY ' TASTE ALL , AMERICA IIKIS . M7W ... MilHK Dorieta, and Mr. and Mrs. Claude meeting at the hall Tuesday eve-Moreland of Oregon City. ning. The program consisted of Mrs. Ellen Burwell has been I readings, a skit, and music by the quite ill at the home or ner daugn-1 Ford orchestra and also an or-ter, Mrs. Arthur Moreland for the chestra composed of Mrs. Alma past two weeks. j An out-door picnic dinner was I served at the home of Mr. and 1 Lloyd Henson. Rev. Stephens of j them to the Del Edwards home Mrs. Clark Price Sunday in hon-1 Lebanon was the speaker of the where they spent Mothers' day. or of Mothers' day and the birth- evening. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Smith and days of twins, Raymond Fisher of Don Waddle made a business granddaughters, Bonnie and De-Salem and Harold Fisher of Al- trip to Roseburg Saturday and lores Cox; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie W. S. Clark Saturday night. Mrs. Clark and children accompanied Farrell and children, all of Salem, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Farrell Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. O'Donnell, Tommy O'Donnell and J. G. Cur-ran were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Osborne. Mrs. H. C. Pyle entertained with a family dinner Sunday in honor of Mr. Pylc's birthday which occurred May 12. Guests present were Mrs. Hilda Lamberty and Miss Edith Pyle of Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Morgan and children of Albany. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Olsen of Jefferson, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Pyle and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. John Chastine and bany. Those enjoying this event returned Sunday, were Mrs. Thomas Farlow, Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. John Turnidge at-and Mrs. Harvey Becson and sons, tended May day exercises in Chester and Raymond; Mr. and Lebanon Friday and visited their Mrs. Harold Fisher and daugh- son, Wilbur, and wife at Tenncs-tcrs, Eileen and Lavonne; Mr. and see in the evening. Mrs. Raymond Fisher and chil-1 Mrs. Fred Luce and three children, Betty and Loran, and Mr. 'dren of Medford was a guest of and Mrs. Price. I her sister, Mrs. Robert Cox, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Taylor and family .."rom Sunday vo Wcdnes-daughters, Carrol, LaRainc and day. Margery of North Albany, were I Rev. Dan McNally will preach V. dinner guests at the home of Mr. at the Baptist church in Lacomb A Mew Kind of Liquor is Born in America . eral mothers, the one to the oldest going to Mrs. Lawrence Whities and to the youngest to Mrs. John Piper. The ladies of the Christian Church Missionary society gave a shower Wednesday for Mrs. Lola Miller at the home of Mrs. Gladys Appellate. Stung by a bee Miss Frances Carr became ill and had to go to bed. This happened several days ago and she is still unable to get up. Rev. and Mrs. Earl Ladd and two daughters were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Blehm Monday. They were on their way from Salem, where Rev. Ladd had been holding meetings, to Grants pass Dr. John Shiach was a guest at the Dr. Clark home Sunday, lie is a CCC physician and was on his way to Bonneville. Mrs. Florence Green's sister, Mrs. Sterling, visited here from San Francisco. Monday they went to Portland. The Lake Creek grange will hold an anniversary session the first Monday in June. The committee on program is Miss Anita Nicholson, Martha Hockensmith, Clarence Evans, and L, Jackson. La comb Lacomb. A large attendance was present at the Townsend Phillips. Velma McKinney, MeKinnev. Paul Turnidge Ed and, on xne evenings 01 may 10, u. Hev. McNally is reported to be a converted ex-gangster and con vict. Rev. Arhus, pastor of the Wes- HSTIM ESTIMATIONS SettM, Mass. Inflate, H Y. Chicago, Blaois Ckretad, Obi Ntroit, Mick. Kmsm City, Mt. Efaauptfti, Nim. Hwrtreal, P. Q. Nm Yfc, N. T. Ottawa, Ontari Phibdelthia, Pom. QKfctcP.Q. Mat Joha, n. B. Suit loet, M St foil, Mini Taroatc, Ontario WashingtM, D. C. 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Taste it and learn how truly delicious it is. and Mrs. James u. uouriey on Mothcrs' day. Mrs. A. D. Gregory attended installation of officers of the Parent-Teachers association at Ta-kenah parkin Albany Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mehl and son, Ronnie, and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hughes of Dallas spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kreger. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Falk of Mt. Angel called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kreger Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barnes of Oregon City visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Gregory Monday. Harrisburg Harrisburg. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Thomas of Lebanon spent Sunday here with Mrs. Thomas' aged parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ayres. Kenneth Vannice and family went to Glendale Sunday, where they lived and Mr. Vannice taught school before coming to Harrisburg, for a visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Coatfr and son spent the week end at Trout Lake, Wash., on a visit to Mr. Coate's parents. 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