Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on May 20, 1936 · Page 5
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May 20, 1936

Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 5

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Wednesday, may 20, 1 936 THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON PAGE FIVE California's Volcano Grumbles, Steams and Shakes .al congregation that the confer-; he came here the membership of ; and J. F. Emmett is the alternate, nee will be petitioned to return the church has been augmented j Rev. Lelarid Wilkinson has been Rev. Hicks to the local pastorate, I by 90. Mrs. Gladys Moench is , assigned to- thelocal pulpit Sun- . . ployed at the Scio Tribune office prior to his enlistment, in the U S. army at Salt Lake City. Mr 'and Mrs. Lukcnbach visited here last summer, and plan to spend part of his furlough here agair invHiK-ing uie suuiMnfiu iiiai since delegate irom tne Mioany cnurcn aay. LAMB SHOW TO BE SATURDAY EVENT AT SCIO this year. W; A. Delzcll and family o' Portland were Sunday guests a' the Scio home of Mr. and Mrs. J A. Withers. Members of the "8-H" sewinr club and the "Green Tree Gang". both. 4-H clubs, will present r minstrel fhow at the Scio school gym Thursday evening, May 21 Proceeds of the entertainment will go to finance members attending the club summer school at O. S. ; C. Mrs. Victor Johnson and Mrs. . Claude Kcndle are club leaders. f Q Scio. (Special). Preparations for Seio's second annual Fat Lamb Show, scheduled for Saturdav. May 23, are nearing completion Pens to house the prize exhibits have been constructed : at the southwest corner of Main and Mill streets, and a platform for use of men entering the sheep-shearing contest has been erected. Judges of the lamb exhibits will be Harry Lindgren. Oregon State college, Corvallis; R. L. Clari-'e. Portland; and F. C. Mullen, Linn county agent. Prizes will be offered in six classes, the first three to be open to A high school baseball game with llalsey Friday was called because of rain. Both boys and girls of Scio will play at Sweet .Home Friday, May 22. Mr., and Mrs. R. J. Peterson of 'Portland were week-end guests iat the F. T. Bilyeu home in Scio. Mrs. Cecil O'Reilly (Virginia Bilyeu) was formerly employed at , the Coffey-Peterson studio in Portland. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cain visited Sunday in Portland with their i son, Clement, who is finishing his sixth year at Hill Military acad ail L.inn county exhibitors, and I the remaining three only to 4-H I club members. J Class A will offer four prizes.'! $8.50. $6.50. $4.00 and $3.00. re-1 spectively. for the best pen of j three lambs. i Class B will comprise pens for the best single lamb. Prizes of S6, A volcano In action may be among the Par West's scenic attractions this year, as recent temblors, rumbles and accelerated steam spouting have been reported from Mt. Lassen. In Northern California. This 13.000-foot peak was in spectacular eruption In 1914 and 1015. Photo shows a view of the peak and Desolation Valley, a timbered area which was overwhelmed by the flow of lava and mud. emy. Kenneth Sims and family of Corvallis were Saturday guests at the Scio home of his mother, Mrs. Lillian Sims. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. McDonald of the Gilkey neighborhood are river country was entertained by Mrs. Ada Ross at her home Thurs- I the parents of a girl born Satur- ' The Boy Scouts group enjoyed a wiener roast near Shedd's slough last Tuesday evening. Roy Beamer was called by the day. A tea towel shower was given d Mv B s, is their sixth jvTj'C Rr,ce fnr hnr nonr lintn I . .' . ' . LA TE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS ! child and daughter. mvi: is lucsuuy. r ur jvi T. and Mrs. Roy Peterson, Mr. I a son nf Elmer Powell vpsi I nnl three moving P' l ( JW m A MW ' Srv Ks. v7 x7i ' Come In. See the Proof of j& . 1 ALL FIVE Standards jlj fl1 I 1 Proof Of LOWER OPERATING COST 5 V .1 : f, j 2 Proof of SAFER FOOD PROTECTION ,i ' ' V :;J 3 Proof of FASTER FREEZING MORE ICE . af '' j 4. Proof Of MORE USABILITY 1 f.jj,"'" ij S. Proof Of FIVE-YEAR PROTECTION PLAN ,1 I "A -,. j $4, $3 and $2 will be awarded to the four lambs judged the best in the class: First prize of $4 and second of $2 will be offered for the best buck lamb in class C. Prizes aggregating $36.00 are offered to boy and girl members of Linn county 4-H clubs showing prize stock. Class D, for the best pen of three lambs, offers $7. S5, S4 and $3, for the groups judged the four best. - Club members exhibiting their best single lambs will compete for four prizes of $4, $3, $2, and $1, respectively. Innovation in this year's show will be prizes offered to club members for the best bottle-fed lamb. First prize will be $4, second $2, and third $1. Rules of the exhibition forbid class A lambs competing in class B; and class D is barred from tne present lie will do road main- I and Mrs. Harold Stevenson, end I dents of the George Arnold place tenance work near Oakndge and j children, made a tour of 'Coast . a few' miles east of Scio severely STiL .n.iu'ut?- "I? P"nte Sunday. . j his left Thumb Friday Six AW rrnft nnrt Rill f L-hnv it A danro was "old in the barn at stitches were required to close the Ilim lO UJKriage. which Hioiu a DnH nllnnHnnr.o Mr nnMi'o TrinT vllo u.hnnra '.?"i7. I" ?n'Z ?. .1?" i from town and the country around. I vacationing in' their former home Shedd Shedd. The Garden club held a cooked food sale Friday in the Woodman hall. At noon a dinner was served to the election boards at the home of Mrs. George Gardner. The proceeds are to go to send a 4-H club girl of the junior garden club to summer school at now truly be called extensive turkey raisers. They have at the present time over 2,000 poults Mrs. E. L. McAdam of St. Paul. I state, are with the family of their Minn., sister of Mrs. A. L. McAfee, I daughter, Mrs. O. L. Snell. at is visiting at the McAfee home i Sheridan, Wyo. They had spent Donald McAfee went to Portland three weeks with their son, Mnr-Sunday to meet her, and Mrs. Jean i vin, who is a U. S. engineer at E l . .. , hi ..t -j. r -, I ComftUte with all these genuine besides several hundred laying hens. They recently completed a modern brooder house with all Oster accompanied them to Har-i Cheyenne. They will visit at Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wymer and i electric equipment. They are also risburg other Wyoming points before re competition in class t-xmoits son. Billie. of Salem visited are required to be in readiness at . Thursday at the E. H. Margason turning to Scio late In the summer. The Scio Tribune, of which FIUGIDAIKE advantages. Check every one! Model illustrated is Frigiditire DRS 5-3rt. VI cu.tt. capacity. 10.7 sq.ic. shelf area. 63 big ice cubes. 6 lbs. ice at on freezing. Five Years Protection against service expense on the scalcd-ia mechanism for only $5 included in purchase price. More Usable Space in front. Super Freezer. Douhle-Kanse Cold Several local Masons and Eastern Stars went to Forest Grove Sunday to attend the program put 9:30 a. m., and will close at 5 p. m home. Drooaing several nundrcd Fly-mouth Rock chickens to be sold as broilers. The Roy Beamers are remodeling and reroofing their house. Mr. Lytle is owner, is under six Shearers in the Scio vicinity look Mr. and Mrs. Hoag of Mon on at the Masonic home. The local months' lease to Mr. and Mrs. Leo forward with interest to the shear mouth were dinner guests last 1 1 nr u A it..,. ing contest offering $5 as first Tunsdnv Pvnim at thn .T R fnt-. Hc.Ad.a.1? d,0inAthe ,orkjt-am. Among those from Harris- Twenty-eight juniors and sen- nf v 4 . 3 "A1 LJ.FR I G I DAI R E-m - Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schuman and Control Stainless Porcelain in Seamless Interior- (ileaming, Iiruluring Dulii Fxicriof son, Ronald, spent the week end in Portland witli relatives. burg were O. E. Davidson and , iors of the Scio high school spent family. Arthur Carroll and fam- Saturday nt Newport and other ily, Ralph Appelgate and family, coast points, making the trip in 'inish. Automatic Kcset Defroster. Automatic ce Tray Release. Automatic Interior Unlit. Miss Martha Cook hps beer two school busses by way of the Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Davis drove to Lacomb Sunday where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Salmon river cut-off. Misses Removable Shelves. Frigidaire fly drat or. Plenty of Tiill-boule space. Made only by General Motors. . . .. . Frances Patterson and Bornice chosen queen for the Lebanon Strawberry festival. She is a senior in the high rehool here. m Johnnie Halverson. ny rnaiciiirr aitfi to nuiia thitr-ooil-.Sntt-ty linlu-Morinio Newhouse, high school teachers, and Principal J. H. Tumbleson, Dell Zander and family of Scio were business visitors Saturday. John Miller, a former resident the ci!mc vmblr broof thit fondi rc kept t Safciy-ione l rmni-riluriv hrltvrrn 1 unit of Harrisburg.'has taken a position lad Mrs. Tumbleson accompanied , as mechanic in the Highway par-ltr students The coast trip Is nm aee. His familv will nnl movp here' annual tradition at me nign at present. school, the juniors being hosts to the graduating class in lieu of a banquet. HURLEY'S PLUMBING SHOP ': Scio . Scio. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lukenbach of Salt Lake City, Utah, are the parents of a 7-pourtd GOES TO CONFERENCE Rev. E. C. Hicks, pastor of the Evangelical church, left Tuesday Open Saturday Evenings for your Convenienca Second and Ferry Sr reefs Phone 108 born May 111 for Portland to attend the annual girl, Mary Elaine Mr Lukenbach grew to manhood conference of that church. It was in the Scio vicinity and was em- intimated bv members of the lo- Fir Grove Fir Grove Graduation exercises of Fir Grove and Mt. Home schools were held at Ml. Heme schoolhouse Thursday evening. Those receiving diplomas were Edna Olsen of Mt. Home, and Mildred Carroll. Lucilo James, Lloyd Nash and Victor Jones of Fir Grove school. A large crowd attended and enjoyed the program given by Mt. Home school, as well as the pictures furnished by Mr. Mikcsoll, county 4-H club leader. Lorene Rose of Sodaville school and Bonnie Finley of Mt. Home school each visited the Fir Grove school recently. Mrs. Bert James was surprised with a birthday supper May 14. M,r. and Mrs. J. C. Stocker visited Mrs. Stocker's parents at Monroe over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. R. Hudkins of Albany were visiting old friends in this community Thursday evening. Among those attending the Sodaville graduation exercises from here were the Otto Frank family and the James family. prize, $3 as second. $2 as third and nPtt home. Mrs. Hoag is district $1 as fourth. Shearing machinery organizer for the Women of will be lent for the occasion by , Woodcraft and was present at Clyde Rodgers of Scio. Each man thpir reguiar meeting Tuesday will be required to furnish is own ' evcning knives and cutters. The contest I Mrs. Ferris White was here last will be judged for efficiency as week for the purpose of organiz-well as speed. ; lng a class in first aid. Those To prove there is psychology in jaining were Mrs Ronad Town. calling sheep as well as hogs Scio scnd M,.s John c Mr and sheep growers will exercise their Mrs WriKht Miss Lucile Snedd lungs to demonstrate that sheep Mrs Bertna Jensen and Mrs will come to an enticing voice. G Gardnei.. .Local committee in, charge of, M, and M Ha Gardner arangements for the Lamb Show d f , u s d consists of J. L. Rodger chair- ftornoon al the home of Mr. an man; Norman Bernier, J. D. Dens- M George Gardner more, sr.. R..M. Cain, G. F, Bryan, MMisrHefen BuseXrk and Mrs. -A trta'l of $90 in prizes' fflfercd . vMaXm"? nrtlyspent to exhibitors Prize money has Su"'y TBt i10'' . , been allotted by the Linn county !.nM"-J'J-'.c'f .. p01 court and donated by Scio business days last week at the W. D. Por-men. Al Stevenson, Corvallis. will tef home- recuperating from a auction tne prize lambs following ;mlnor operation which she un-iho inHirino iderwent at the Corvallis General J b e' I hospital the first of the week. She k. 14 . . B (returned to her home in Harris- New Members tO Be burg Friday. Honored Wednesday an Vmn,lyM anda .. j Townscnd and children drove to New members of the Albany Eugene Sunday and visited with Church of Christ will be honored Orval Thompson, who is a student guests at a reception to be held at the university. Wednesday at 6:30 p. m., it was Mrs. Glenn Large and daugh-announced today by Rev. Virgil ter, Margaret, were dinner guests Halbig, pastor. ; Sunday at the home of Mr. and Approximately 60 persons will Mrs. G. V. Maxwell. Dorothy be received, Rev. Halbig said. All : Glunz visited in Shedd witli her have become members since Jan- ; cousin, Doris Margason. uary 1. Entertainment plans in- Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Shedd, Mrs. elude a banquet and a program in Edna Colbert and Mr. and Mrs. which Myron Willard will sing J. B. Cornett took basket lunches and Dean A. L. Chapman of the Sunday and drove to the home of . Northwest Christian college, -will Mr. and Mrs. Horace Clingman be the speaker of the evening. near Peoria to help Mr. Clingman . Among the new members are j celebrate his birthday, a grandmother, daughter and I Mrs. Harry Sprenger and daugh-granddaughter, who were bap-1 ter, Ardis, were business shop-tized Easter Sunday. At the con-lpers in Eugene Friday, elusion of the program certificates ) A large number from this com-of membership will be given and munity attended the Queen's Ball -activity reports for the first four at Lebanon last Friday evening. months of this year will be given, j Miss Caroline Ruth is to repre- -r- isent Shedd as one of the attend- D.-H. Want Ads Bring Results 'ants to the queen. 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