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Monday, May 18, 1936
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THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY OREGON PAGE THREE " MONDAY, MAY 18, 1936 LATE, COMPLETE All Set for Strange Voyage close Monday, May- 18. Mrs. May sol Lyons has taught this school. Hurdling to Perfect Kill Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Barton and Mrs. Emma Gregory have returned home from a vacation trip in California. Rev. and Mrs. J. E, Walbeck and daughter, Florence, attended the community meeting at Oak-ville to hear Mrs. Smith give a talk on Japan. Mrs. Ruby Dorsey nnd son, Ar- Peoria Vy Peoria. Mr. and Mrs. Dale "iir. and rred Mason drove to Lamar of Silvertiin visited Sun- j Waldport last Sunday to witness day with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. In? dedication of the Alsea Bay Lamar and family. The Lamars j bridge. are leaving Wednesday for Seattle j A number from here attended where they are to visit Mr. La- j the funeral services of Elinor mar's sisters, Mrs. Blaine Gibson Couey at Shedd last Tuesday and family and Miss Arlene La-i afternoon. mar. Mr. Lamar is on a two j. w. Lamar and Rev. J. E. weeks' vacation. Walbeck were business callers in L. C. Hughes is quite seriously Corvallis Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Clark Corvulis wen visitors of their hate moved in o the Dave Mason,aw and dau(!htpr. Mr. and in the "n 'r e '" Mas0"s "rc j Mrs. Elmer Munson. Friday. Among those attending the May - Mr- ana Mrs- J- w- Morgan of meeting of Willamette chaper, 6. Albany were Peoria callers Tues-E. S in Shedd last Wednesday i .v 011 routc nome from pin0 aw v v - - -f . r One ol t lie strangest voyages on Ruben F. Brown, superintendent when he tnkes off on a six-mile system.' His equipment Includes community attended the golden jubilee anniversary of the Eastern Star at Corvallis Tuesday evening. Mrs. Janet Brork celebrated her 80th birthday on Tuesday, May 5. Her daughters, Miss Tempa Brock!, Mrs. Kate Croft and Mrs. Jessie Beamcr gave a birthday dinner in her honor. Guests present were Mrs. Mary Neet, Charles Neet, Mr. and Mrs. George Warner, all from Fall Creek and Mrs. Mary Arnold. In the afternoon Rev. and Mr.s McMeekcn were callers. Among those who attended the funeral of Eleanor Couey were Mr. nnd Mrs. Edd Couey, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Howell, Mr. and Mr.s. Harold Wilson, and Mrs. Webster, all of Portland, Mrs. Lottie Smith and daughter ,Mrs. Naomi Bccbc of Salem. Mrs. Dora Magers of Portland came last week to spend some time at the home of her sister,- Mrs. Pearle Shedd. Mrs. Lyman Pennell of St. IIol- ens is here visitimt with her ii wa" of record will soon be undertaken dy sewer maintenance at Los Angeles, trip through the city's north outfall a beat, gas mask. If r; lit. and radio. Lyons brothers are plowing un der a splendid field of clover and grass this spring for summer fal low under the soil conservation act. Pungent Tangent. Mrs. J. U. Ross and daughter, Crystal, and Mrs. Hugh Richardson and daughter, Marion, spent last Tuesday in Eugene. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rawlings of Albany were host and hostess to dinner given at their home last Sunday evening honoring Mrs. Rawlings' mother, Mrs. Katie Saylor. Covers were set for: Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Saylor and children, Laurel and Norman; Mr. and Mrs. Burt Saylor and daughter, Barbara Ann; Glenn Saylor and Opal Garland, all of Albany; Miss Lois Peterman of Brownsville, Mrs. Katie Saylor, Estalyn, Kenneth and Loren Saylor, and the host and hostess. Mrs. R. L. Johnson and daughter, Lois Ann; Mrs. John Brown, Mrs. Waldo Forster and Estalyne Saylor, spent Thursday in Salem. Word has been received that Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Khucl, of Eugene, are the parents of an expound girl, born at the Eugene hospital last Thursday. The baby has been named Sandra Lee. Mrs. Kliuel was formerly Shirley Morse, living in the Tangent neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hulbert were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. roister. Martha Muller spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Muller. Mrs. Dean McKcan of Lebanon spent last week end at the home of Mrs. Carl Newport. Carl Newport and Dean McKcan spent last week end fishing. Marion Richardson spent the week end in Lebanon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Colbry. Lois Peterman of Brownsville spent last Friday evening at. the home of Mrs. Katie Saylor. The last issue of the Tangent high school "Broadcaster" will be edited this week. This issue honors the seniors. Marvin Johnson, who has spent the last two weeks at the Deacon ess hospital in Salem, where he underwent a mastoid operation, returned to his home Sunday. . Mrs. Katie Saylor and Mrs. L. A. McPherren of Lebanon spent Monday in Salem. Shedd Shedd Mr.' and Mrs. Herbert McDonald have bought the J. C. j Clay farm and have moved there to make their home, Henry Hal- verson has purchased the McDpn- arid residence in Shedd and will I move at once.- The regular meeting of the Wil- j lar.iette chapter O. E. S. was held last Wednesday evening, bollow in!' llm rpEHibir mprtmu h mrpitil sni-vir-n m held Sp. of Portland, Mrs. Everett Fisher I and Mrs. Guy Lewelling of Albany. About twenty-five from this Perfectly executed was this difficult bit of horsemanship as S. C. M. Wyer, of the Royal Horse Guards, scored a clean kill with his sword on a dummy while taking a hurdle in fine form This excellent action was taken during the Eastern Command Bronze Medal tour-nament in London, for which the Prince of Wales Cup is top prize. , c ,mu B""c lu look after cemetery lots. They were formerly residents in the Pine Grove section. Hans Plagman was called to Lebanon Wednesday in response to word that his mother was dangerously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Coon of Bellfountain, Mr. Coon's mother, Mrs. Rachel Coon, and sister, Mrs. May Shearer of Corvallis, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Frady last Sunday in Peoria. C 11. Davidson of Halsey was a ; b,llsiness Vi,llcr " I ' UPSday. Peoria last W. W. Smith of South Benton county was a business caller in Peoria last Thursday. Fred Hughes, who is employed above Detruit in a logging camp, moved his family up last Sunday for the summer. GET THE 1 AND SEE THESE CARNIVAL BARGAINS AT RALSTON MOTOR CO. 1 pnnnip pimiiuai iirniiiu tiRnsiifALi OF USED CAR, USED TRUCK VALUES pic I FIR PICK YOUR DEALER 1 ciact.Tuctj mrw V THE CARl J I SPECIAL T0DAV! 'HI I 5437 v.r.n SPOKT COUPE New - metallic ' Gray paint 121 in. W. B. Rumble Seat. Trunk rack, 90 per cent rubber. Engine in fine condition. Ralston Motor Co. 7th and Lyon Sts. Phone 179 OI.'HXllE U1E3 CIS HMD UltU TRUCKS were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Charles Rnnnenknmp, Carl Ronnenkanip, Mrs. Ida Frecrksen. Mrs. Russell Githens, Mrs. Harold Muller, Mrs. J. S. Lamar, Mrs. W. W. Abraham and Helen Lamar. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Githens and son, Ronald, were Albany business callers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Munson were transacting business in Albany last Saturday. Tlielnia Knighton, who is helping with the work at the Munson home, went wild lliniYi Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Heinrich or ("nrvilllin CMmit WnHlwvuinv- ni tlin home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Paine. Mr. Heinrich has been making freqiient trips out to help with the work on the farm. - A delegation of Eastern Star members of Willamette chapter were in . Corvallis last Tuesday evening to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of St. Marys chaper. Among those going were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ronnenkanip. Mrs. Ida Freerkson, Mrs. Leila Lamar, Mrs. W. W. Abraham, Mrs. J. W. Lamar and Helen Lamar. All Ihc year round you ran enjoy this delicious combination. Crisp, polilen Kellogg's Corn Flakes, sliced bananas, and milk or cream! Tlic ovrn-frcsh goodness of Kellogg's brings out tlio flavor and adds wholesome nourishment. Insist on Kcl-loj-'u's lor qualily and value. Nothing fakes the place of CORN FLAKES CUD daughter, Mrs. Harold Pugh. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Bernhardt of Salem also were guests at the Pugh home. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Jensen and Mr., and Mrs. Burr Sloan or Albany spent the week-end in Portland, where they attended the wedding of Wayne Stevenson. Mr. Stevenson is a grandson of Mrs. Sloan and a nephew of Mrs. Jen- sen. Mr. and Mrs. lied McDonald and son Billy, of Lakeview were visiting here with friends over the week-end. Clay Stone and Phil Merriam were business visitors in Eugene last Monday. Mrs. Hubert McDonald and Mrs. Lawrence Zimmerman attended a quilting party at the home of their mother, Mrs. N. E. Chandler, I in Halsey Friday Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bailey of i Sacramento, Cal., recently spent two weeks here visiting at the H. I f '. Clark home. waving has qualified us to offer complete with shampoo, finger 75c Complete to $5.00, which includes the llcalcrlcss rcrmuneiit Wave l'hone 14 for Your Appointments Malcolm Miller and daughter, Vernella, were Stayton callers last Friday. Miss Charlotte Osborn of Stay-ton is visiting her friend, Vernella Miller, this week. The many rriends of Mrs. George Korinick were very sorry to hear of her sudden death Friday morning. Dr. George Korinick had just returned from California, where he is employed testing cattle, the evening before. Mrs. Korinick was Miss Alexander whose father was one time owner and publisher of the Stayton Mail. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thurston attended the funeral of Mrs. Lester Bilyeu at Scio last Friday. Her husband died a few months ago. Mrs. J. J. Ransom made a business trip to Salem last Wednesday. The Shelburn school is to close Wednesday, May 27, with an outdoor picnic Friday if the weather permits. Harry Sturm has had a very good school year at bnelburn Among those attending the egg , SPECIAL Our experience in permanent you fully guaranteed waves, wave and haircut. These waves are soft, becoming, and we believe, with more curls than any otner shop in the city. . , - Other waves from $1.25 NEW KAY, Muchineless, contest at Scio were: Mr. and Mrs. jerai visitors weer present .includ-C. O. Bates, Doss Osborn, Oral jng m,-. and Mrs. Rex W, Davis, Bates and family, Mis. Anna Far- and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Myers, of ber, Joseph Quinn, Mrs. Blanche Salem, Mr. and MrsFrederick, Opnrnn. nnrl fnmilv O A H;ill nnrl r..nn nr E-.wmnr. AT .... I NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS Harrisburg Harrisburg. The Birthday club met at the home of Mrs. Vincent Grimes and spent a veiy enjoyable afternoon. Including the visiting guest, Mrs. Edna Pearl, there were nineteen present. The next meeting will be some time next month at the home of Mrs. Mary Owens, i William H. Thomas and Miss Maxine Blevins were married at Hie home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Blevins in Harrisburg Wednesday. Rev. Wallace Starr performed the ceremony. I A silver tea sponsored by the library club will be Riven at the home of Mrs. A. L. McAfee. May 20. It will take place on the lawn of the weather permits. Visitors are asked to bring heirlooms or other curios if convenient to do so. The Harrisburg Meat Market has Closed its doors and quit business temporarily. Jt. was operated by the Star Brothers. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Albin and children and Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Hurdcastle of Salem were guests recently of Mrs. Minnie Melvin. j Mrs. Fannie Wjlker" has returned from a visit with her two daughters at Wnlterville, where Bhe spent several liays. ' ! Mr. and Mts. J. J. Cramer and daughter Reta Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cramer and daughters Clara, Gertrude visited the first of the week iwith Mrs. Margaret Cramer at Salem. ; Mr. and Mrs. .R. A. Mart and family of Portland were guests recently of the Everett Scott and Clyde Shields families. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Thompson and children of Corvallis visited Sunday at the J. M. Hockdanner home. Suver Suver. Thest meeting of the Community club for the summer was held at the hall last Friday night with a good crowd out. The program in charge of Mrs. Sam Suver was given by the young folks of the community with three numbers by the members of the Farmers' Union at Buena Vista. The election resulted in the reelection of Mrs. W. J. Kerr as president; Mrs. C. D. Ritchey was elected vice-president, and Mrs. M.. I. Conger re-elected secretary-treasurer. A picnic will be held at Helmick park on the third Sunday in July. Regular meetings resumed the second Friday night in October. : O. E. Atwood returned Tuesday from a visit to his mother, who is ill at Kinsey, Kansas. Mrs. George Ruef, Mrs Podvent and Mrs Travis, all of- Independence, called on Mrs. Bagley Thursday afternoon. Others who visited her that day" were: Mr. and Mrs. Russell Steele, Mrs. Ed Steele and sons, Kenneth and Mrs. M. I. Conger. Mrs. Bagley is still seriously ill. i Mr. and Mrs. Winston Purvine nnd son, Clive, of Grants Pass drove up in a new car to spend Mothers' day with their parents. Dr. and Mrs. James Campbell ond son of Roseburg spent the Week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Benedict, and brother, Steve and wife. I W. J. Kerr and Ed Holmes took a load of lambs to Portland Wednesday. i' The Suver school played the Tampico school a game of baseball at Suver last Friday. The score was 21 to 22 in favor of Suver. I Mrs. Pierpoint and sons, Clifford and Raymond, of Salem fepent Sunday at the home of her tiaughter, Mrs. Jesse Lamphere. Mrs. Minnie James left Tuesday for a two weeks' visit with relatives in California. I Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lamb Sunday were M. and (Mrs. Fred Gentemann, and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Allen and daughter, Lois Anne. I Mr. and Mrs. Steve Benedict, Mrs. C. M. Benedict and Mrs. Ralph Kester drove to Portland Wednesday on a pleasure and shopping trip. They returned home Thursday. The Suver school was closed tall day Tuesday because of the turJEial of Elinor Couey, who had been an eighth grade pupil until ther illness. I Mrs. Eunice Flickinger spent Sunday with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Annie Brown. Earl Brown tend family of Airlie and Mrs. Jvlathcny of Monmouth,, also, visited her Wallace and Leonard Collins spent the week-end with their mother, Mrs. Nina Collins, at the George Plov home. ! Mr. and Mrs. Alton Johnson ond son Billy, of Parker spent Mothers' day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Johnson. Mrs. Fred Stump spent Saturday at Suver. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. YOU MjY Drive carefully out do you ever know what the other fellow I may do? Complete automo- I bile insuranceves you lin-enical protection should your car be in any accident. .Owen Bearg Agency 125 West Second Street 475-R Opposite Post Office Castle Permanent Wave Shop family, Darrell Osborne and many others. The Mt. Pleasant school was to 107 I.yon Streets Ralph Kester were Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McCustion of Fall City, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Gentemann of Independence and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kester and son, Arthur, of Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Steele attended the funeral of Mrs. Baker at Albany and Elinor Couey at Shedd Tuesday. Mrs. B. R. Douglas and daughters and Mrs. Miles Davis visited Mrs. H. F. Couey Wednesday afternoon. Glenn Harris of Portland and Ruth Harris of O. S. C. spent the week end at home. Shelburn Shelburn. The election held last Friday passed away very quietly in the Shelburn precinct. One hundred twenty-five out of 269 registered voters used their right and privilege to use the ballot. There were 75 republican and 50 democrat votes cast. Among those returning home to vole were Jay L. Oglesbee, who is now employed in Albany; Walter George, who is working at Detroit, and Ralph Shilling, who is stnvinu nnnr Allinnv Wyman brothers purchased a fine two-year-old colt of William Elder last Thursday. The colt is of the draft type and weighs close to 1400 pounds. Those having lots or that were interested in the care and improvement of the Miller cemetery near here were requested to meet at that place last Saturday. Many neighbors met to clean, cut and haul away the grass that has grown this spring. . A special meeting of the O. D. O. club was held at the home of Mrs. Josephine Morgan with Mr.s. Marie Parker as joint hostess last Wednesday. There were 20 mem bers and visitors present. The next meeting is to be held at the home of Mrs. J. P. Merlz, May 27. Example: ROUND TRIP to CHICAGO FROM PORTLAND In Cooc1.....57.35 Tr.$eeper...68.80 Std. Sleeper.. $86.00 4r Sleeping car charge in addition CWTwltiig fif t 8tMr ohrt RIDE NO EXTRA FARE Flvo'Saillng "Monthly Lr. Portlond. 3:45 p. m. on 1. 7, 13, 19, 25. Portland lo Chicago 39 hours. Coach buffal car, 3 Pullman slecpau, Dinar lounga, oil air condiftonad. All Spoca Satarvad. TWO FIHC DAILY TMAIMS Mi Portnd Sjaaa-rv. Portlond 9:35 p ai. Coachat. fouriit and Standard Sloapart, Obtarvation loarja Car. Dinar AIL Al CONDITIONED. V& (MX IH HtV-" Portland 25 a.m. Air condirionod Coachat Standard Slaopart. Cofa Obiarvotion cor. loOT pric& Abu1 liiCMch- J for Iiiformation nnd rprvattmm T irk ft Offt'o ami TruVi-l l!uru !r:iilw;i v am! Washington pr,riliii,il. on?. 0 trig e nm. I. RtiwM Mvm (V. WTrtmv-BtTTi. M. O. i : ? : pj w1 girlwvD- r J M m p j M MWi - Camel's Aid to Lfe W V ''mf cfeV Digestion...the Increase in Alkalinity pfSht v?P ' I It Jl II 1 ( ...Confirmed by Science ; f fMPt lUtJUS Jfek plxT if Hurry.worry.andnoise.cndto.W , tfl fi & - I J f W . Ti IVTn 1 the flow of the digestive Buids. Scientists A 'HHA'H !1 t. h liOl If ItZ I TrvTjKiJ'fo -V i F ?i A have found that smoking Camels encour- 1 ! jL J ' ' 4 1 ! 4 I,1' I F A ' '" i ' V, " t-B ivJ, jLL ages the normal flow of digestive fluids . J Mliif 'gfff Mi . ...alkaline digestive fluids... so necessary fi ll stVl5 f v. llr. 7 i? &S?'m 3& Ssm It tz,, j I liWfiMt i fGyU t;Tii r 11 ing "lift".. .for digestion's sake. Aufamjti&RffifSk J t4 - -W II tjfSkjf. H - - mfYll "MY MEALS wouldn't be complete with- . f II (j" Tptf ' '''?Jr fj outaCamcl,"saysII.J.IIerbcrt,busystore ' IJ ' 5rv '-. SI J Dining tit Luxe at tlx Pierrt in New York , fjjt manager. "1 haven't much time for eanng j?'. '"Hi L , ' ill tl -,i u . - . : dfH M ft.lV C5?JL orresting. l'e found that Camels stimulate -";, i& Pak1 . I What will you have? Perhaps WAPoa- $W k AtfR; good digosfon-help my food to settle f ' . uanc.SemeoUWaiaR MitfMiM&4 nght. Man, what a taste Camels have." SJt&' A.SPEAR.engineeroftheC.&N.W. II ith demrtaae and-Camels. CameU are a W)SmmKtrAr 'V 12" "400," says: "I light up a Camel H j , part of the art of dining today. M.Bonaudi, r.IOl3?f fftS'J!?. i ., w. after meals. It makesdigestion easier." II j banquet manager of the Pierre, says: f r''f'!"!''' ' i 1 :&T''-V''1T l "Camels are most popular here." pJt 4- arf ' T' fail L?''i' i-' F-v. -" il 'aaawaaiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaB?w5Baaa)iavg '(rW'PrKjiin r" - AERIALIST Mile. Vera Kim.-is says: I ll vAK O I l? IS j rt-m m 1 S I digestion aad good feeling." Y fh f I iJUf s I i l 1 J M J 1 Iff ' 4fcV Wp!!Zjr " GEORGE REIS won the famous Gold Cup I 1 i f 1 m ' C V V4SF','"!".Bn hmmiZ- &' f& :: Trophy race thru straight lime! "I'm a J k, J$&VE IZZljF. iptJ IT ITlk-, steady smoker," he says, "take a Camel as J 1 T 2 arO 1 L$WFi i4f?VV 'V- often as I like. I eat heartily, smoke Camels, rd MjkkJI ; " ' I : "' ,fl ' ' ' '

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