Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on May 21, 1936 · Page 5
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May 21, 1936

Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 5

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THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD,, ALBANY, OR EG O N THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1936 Hindenburg Commanders Greeted After RecordTrip 'Rope Downs' Practiced in City LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS day nnd took by-two crates of stra wberriek,1 '. M Quick work by'-Mr. Roner and some bridge carpenters saved the Roner farm house from being destroyed by fire last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings of Sil-verton and Mr." and Mrs. Grant Davis were callers at the home of Brownsville Brownsville. Mrs. Fred Bower-eox of Monmouth visited with Mrs. Ida Hansen Sunday. Sammie Sawyer attended a Mr. and Mrs. Roe Phillips last Sunday. Mrs. Davis is Mr. Phil-hps' only living sister. She is in ill health. A new bridge is being built across Sucker slough hear Munk-ers on the Sclo-Jefferson highway. , Mr. and .Mrs. Ralph Puschel and children were Sunday visitors at the T. H. Quigley. . home and helped Mr. Quigley celebrate his birthday. Mrs. Puschel baked the cake. Ieroy, the small son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Babcock of Al odist church. Talks were, given by Mrs. Sidney Smith, president of the P.-T. A., and Rev. Briggs. pastor of the church. The following program was presented: piano trio by Phyllis Holt. Elaine Stra-ley and Geraldipe Straley; vocal solos, "Beautiful Lady in Blue" and "Over Paradise," by Earl Wright; trumpet solo by Wellington Bond; vocal solo bv W. L, Nicholas; vocal trio, "A Sittin' on a Log," by Lyle Holt, Seth Bayne and Lowell Straley; and a farewell song by the girls' chorus. Miss Edith Hutton, primary teacher in the local school spent the week-end in Portland visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Cross were dinner guests of Mr. and Airs. Carl Hill, Sunday. Guests at the William Curtis home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brock of Lake Creek. Mrs. Charles Poole and son, Curtis, of Eugene. The Halsey Townies defeated the Jefferson baseball team here Sunday by a score of 6 to 2. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Bond departed Saturday for Klamath Falls. They were to return to Roseburg Monday to attend he grand lodge of the I. O. O. F. and bany, is spending 'the week here at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Lil-. he . Wilson, while , his mother, is ill. , ..S I Harold Maine, made a business i trip to Mount Angel one day the tore part of the week. - - Permanent the Rebekah assembly. Mrs. Adrian Smith returned Sunday from Banning, Cnl., Wave if if fkli) Dr. Ilut'O E'-'kemr. leit. rnd Comninnter Ernest Lehmann. Hunt, shown surrounded by newsmen r.rter they set th; giant dirigible Hinclenour!) down at Lak eluirst, N. J., completing the first coinmiTclnl airship flisht between Europ; end the United States. The giant aircraft me.ds the crossing in 01 hours 50 minutes, bintcrin-: by n dr,y and n half the old record hcM by th; Graf Zeppelin. where she ana ner parents, Air. and Mrs. I. M. Tuthill of Oakland. baseball game in Belllountain Sunday. .. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Grover and Dr. and Mrs. Tony of McMinnville visited friends here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Temple-on of Albany visited with Mrs. Anna Rebhan Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Blakely and daughter returned to th?ir home in Seattle Friday after being called here by the illness of Henry Blakely. Mrs. Layton Tmpleton and daughter Jean of The Dalles spent the weekend here with Mrs. Phoebe Cordingly. Mrs. James McMahan and Mrs. Fred MeHargue attended the Re-bekah Assembly in Roseburg Monday. Miss Alta Hedlund returned to the home of her parents here Saturday. Her school in Sweet Home closed Friday. She is hired to teach in Brownsville next year. David Manual, Alfred Avenll. Alta Hedlund, Joe Bates, Mary Eiles Averill. Nathan and Homer Mitch played tennis in Sweet Heme Sunday afternoon. The evangelistic services being held at the Christian church bv Teddy Leavitt are being attended .with great interest. They will continue through this week, closing with a baptismal snrvice Sunday. Sandy Cochcll, Barbara Dawson, Milton Elliot and Zona Nance attended a baseball game in Sweet Home Sunday. Mrs. C. V. Averill and daughters. Mary Elles and Sammie Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Burnelle White and daughters, Dolores and Daphne visited in Albany Saturday. Mrs. L. M. Webb and daughters, Frances and Ruby, Mrs. C. J. Heet-er and daughter, Ardvth. visited in Salem Sundav. Mr. Webb returned home with them and went back to Salem Monday morning. Mrs. Fred Gustavson and daughter, Blanche, were shoppers in Albany Saturday. ! and brother for the past five Complete with Shampoo . Finger , Ware s . and , Trim $2 to $7.50 day guests at the D. K. Jackson or of the birthday anniversary of i A. Holteen of Salem made a brief home. . 'her daughter, Doris, Friday night. ' call at the home of their daugh- Mr. and Mrs.'. Harold Knuths Refreshments were served to Mr. iter, Mrs. Puschel, on their way to and son, Billy Were in Albany un Mrs. Dick Davis, Mr. and Shelburn to vote. They then made Saturday on business. Mis. Verne Williams, Betty Lehn, a trip to Brownsville accompanied weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Drinkard attended the Linn county postmasters' banquet at the Albany hotel Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Norton went to Woodburn Monday to visit relatives for several days. Mrs. Harry Harding of Port Marie Whitaker, June Jackson Kendal and Met Meng. and Bernice Gay, all graduated at I The last ball game of the scathe eight grade exercises at Shedd son tor Oakville grade school Thursday night. team was played at Oakville last by their granddaughters, Ninia and Elmirn Eplilen, where they visited at the home of their sons, C. A. and dull Holteen. Mrs. J. L. Arnold accompanied Mrs. Clarence Lefflcr of Scio to Albany on Monday where she iiiur&uuy wnen nicy ufieaiua iiiu Mrs. J. C. Harrison Ins receiv land is visiting at the home of her ed word of the birth of a little I Peoria team Su to 11. On the previous Wednesday the Oakville WALKER'S BARBER & BEAUTY SHOP .Shoe Shining in Connection. 215 Lyon St. Phonv 679-B parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Urock of Lake Creek. Miss Mary Umstead, who is at did shopping and visited at the team was victorious in a game daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lawrence at the Good Samaritan hospital in Portland. with the McFarland school with homes of her sons, E. G. and Mur- It's no cinch, this business ot fast "rope downs" xhich figure In hazardous mountain climbing, but members of the Sierra Club, Northern California organization of mountaineers, believe that practice makes perfect. Getting in their practice, they chose ot all places a mountain In the heait of San Francisco. Here's Kenneth Adam swinging In space as he scales a cliff. ion Arnold. a score of 1!) to 8. tending Oregon Normal, was a visitor at the Eldon Cross home over the week end. W. C. lnman has employment at Lebanon for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs, William Light made a trip to Albany on Mon- W et Scio wost Scio. Mr. and Mrs. B. Democrat-Herald Want Ads. ". ' Bring Results. V Oakville Oakville. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beight accompanied by Huth Reeve entertained members of the Oakville ciphth grade gradu- Anh Swale Ash Swale. The Lebanon Mr. Ramey's absence. review at Oregon State college Albert Weddle has just finished ' last Friday afternoon. Stanley wrecking the old Watkins build- Gregory took a leading part in ing, once used as a post office this review. Community club is to put on the building, and a landmark on Long chloris and Larry Alexander ' program Friday night, May 22, at ating class at the home of Mr. street. He plans to erect ' a con- cft here Saturday evening for the Ash Swale community hall. I and Mi's. J. U. Beight in North Al-crete building on the location in eastern Oregon to spend the week -This is to be the last meeting of bany last Thursday night, the near future. I with friends. the club until October. Ladies Friday night Mr. and Mrs. Otto IKIiifl559s i?(S)(a3Sf Mrs. G. H. Crusen entertained i - . ... ,,,.,.,,. r please bring either sandwiches or , Stockton were host and hostess at Dr. Burns of Corvallis gave the . ..... ....... v.tt,v. v.. !, ,,.,. imi-lv at thpir hump In dinner Party at their home in Gordon cake- : Dallas and Mr. and Mrs. Saturday in honor of her husband's birthday anniversary. the! -mure wus u cuueu iiiuruitK ui i iionui m hiviiiui-is ui i-ikmui Brown of Tangent visited at PHONE 73 FREE DELIVERY mm i uuu hum. oiiuu tu un- iuuic WE ARE ALWAYS OPEN Second and Main Streets Three tables of pinochle were home 0f Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kreger "; '!dies """iliary at the played, Mrs. Inez Walter winning .. . . Saturday after noon. Two evening service at the Presbyterian church here Sunday night. Mrs. F. A. Paden and daughter, Marian, were business visitors in Albany Saturday. new , were Mr. and Mrs. faul Height, Donald Stockton, first for women and O. D. Swan-i . ....... j, '.. ,j members were added to the club Ruth Reeve, . Tfl r . Ullllll.-t 4-i v.. i.iuuj .......... H,.0 I art Plnnnnnn anrl Flnfic t-TrtrninrT llnrthn Pmivn n wiiiiiuuj- w. sun ium iui ' ""J "tt K Sunday at the home of Mr. and Features for Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday; May 22, 23, 24, 25 Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur pn.e. M p Wi-iohtmnn in honor of mrs- Wc inciter, i nc next re- Guam's jhiiiu miu ciuwului ,ur Welton Tr.ptlar meeting of the auxiliary is Gunderson and the host and host-..WriBhtman of Albany. ' Those .. be all day JWj , J""? 2. to ; oss. at the and daughter, Shirley, were week end visitors COFFEE MAXWELL HOUSE I pound tin C. home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Shellenrjarger, toacner at Marshfield. visited with his wife here over the weekend. Alfred Averill, David and Nellie Manual. Dick Smith and Lorraine Baker attended the Softball game in Albany Monriav evening. Mrs. L. B. White is confined to her home with a severe case of poison oak. J- Hazerwood, Zoo Stockton: Frank ? Hunt club members are meet- rewiring the Oakville school J Wrightman, sr., of Salem, Mr. and ?.ls0 thntdl,yu l,? Iimsl? ,ih bl"1,d",K- . , n , , . ' Mrs. M. P. Kizer and children, Parting on the hall. A pot luck, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bales went Keency. Mr. and Mrs. John A.: Cole SALMON 1 lull cans. ............A. San Francisco left Monday for 'L' -H Mnrirm Unrinn- Mr' i dinner will be served at noon. to Albany Sunday afternoon to their home following a ten days' , AlX WriS' nnd Harvey Crowe closed a success- - Meet Mrs. Susie McBride who visit with his mother, Mrs. Jerry ! 5" ....: Cii" j. "'"i '" ful term of school with a picnic . was returning from un extended Superior CRACKERS ' 2 poiinil box ' I'uro (.'liter ' Gallon VINEGAR Keency. Mr. Cole is an architect "a"b WH' .,... , ,'H ih n,K nf and ball game Saturday, After a i visit with her daughter, Mrs. lsa-in San Francisco. i u01. gmmim anCI 16 kuT i bountiful dinner the school ehil-. belle Thompson of Portland. George Corner is at home from!" . -. . r r w v fnrnividren played a game of ball against,!, Viva Smith is at home for the Nehalcm fur a week's visit with . 1 ' " r thiV their dads-, the teacher and schoolTMimmer following the close of his family. : ' '- ' . 4lriL. iwAvtos board with the victory going to, school at Foster last Friday. Miss Mr. and Mrs. Clark Price of Al-! fmt" LwnlrBotf l" grownups. Mr. and Mrs. Smith has been re-elected as banv and Mr. and Mr Lou Tyccr ; mLV.l"fc Crowe and little son are driving teacher of the primary room at 10c 23c 19c 39c for 23c , 10c SHORTENING ' 4 pound Fuck aire CO A D BK "The Itlff OUtt Yellow bur" O . Pt. 23c Qh 43c c6ib- $109 Peori . . ""Peoria. Mr.-- and Mrs. ' O. .1. Lovos of Corvallis visited at the home of Mi's. Lovos' sister, Mrs. J. W. Lamar, and family last Thursday evening. Margaret Shaw and Bruce Harding motored to Portland to spend the week-end with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Brattain visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. Brattain's sister. Mrs. Leigh-ton Bavne. and family in the Lake Creek vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Smith of Corvallis were last Sunday guests of their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Taylor, at a from Albanv hie school and to Wyoming this week to visit, Foster for the coming year. Stnnlev Gregory from Oregon Mrs. Crowe's parents. On return-1 , Bernita Smith went to Sa cm S a e college They arir hono? iS they are to move to the F. E.' recently where she is enrolled as Students Harrison ranch in Ash Swale to; a student in a beauty school. " Charles Krener returned to live during the school year. A trip to Cascadia Sunday was GSam last Wednesday after' Mr. and Mrs. P. I. Troutman enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. Otho Sending several weeks at the ""d daughter. Dorothy, and Mr. Froman who were accompanied spending SCVerdl weeKS ai we ci,,rrfr. nn .lbhMn Flnrn T.ohn nnri Mis .Insie TOMATOES slIC c?n, SPINACH Lrc 2K of Brownsville were Sunday guests at the Jerry Keency home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carroll and family are moving to Buena Vista this week, where they will make their home on a farm, for which they traded their auto camp and store building at Sweet Home. 23c home of his brother, rrca -f- - - -,uyv---r-;- and Mrs. Bob Allen enter-1 Amelia McCunc. TArf-o Inrcn Pnh rnnnrfc fhnt 1 Mr. FOR THE PICNIC V MARSHMALLOWS, lb. box 15e' TRICKEY'S POTATO CHIPS, pkg. 10c and 17c Mille-r)ur' birthday dinner I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beight drove some oneientered their basement tained with Millersburc. Mr. and Mrs. E. last Wednesday evening and car- Sylvia, I ried away a number of jars of B. Covey and daughter, have returned to their Sunday in honor of their son, Ir- from Corvallis and were joined by win, and his cousin, Miss Charity C. V. Yates and Mary Lou Yn'es Curtis, of Halsey, it being their as dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. twenty-first birth anniversary j J. S. Taylor Monday night, this week. I Ruby and Edna Peterson rinsed lormer lult and sweet pickles. birhdav dinner. I Harold Lee Curtis, small son ; , orrnio ar . . home at Riverside, Cal. Mr. Covey YOUR CHOICE PALMOLIVE Halsey will hold the same position there he held -before coming to Oregon Mr. and Mrs. Alex Densmore of their respective schools at How- Paper Plates Paper Spoons Papor Cups Dessert Dishes Napkins and their son-in-law land and near heio last t riuny, Halsey. The P.-T. A. sponsored Lebanon several years ago, 3 pkss. 25 T -ist Wednes'd-iv evening Chloris ' a. farewell reception for the teach- and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Har- j Mrs. Glenn Williams was hosl- Alexander gave a musical party 20 FREE TOURS OF EUROPE or 20,000 in CASH IOO,000 worth of ADDITIONAL PRIZES ASK US FOR FULl DITAILS PALMOLIVE SOAP i 3 Bars 14c for her beginners' class ot piano pupils. Those taking part were Shirley Bird. Edwina Rhoadcs, Billie Yokum. Jackie De Wall, Peggy Gregory and Ardys Alexander. Edith Anderson sang a number of vocal solos accompanied by Chloris Alexander. Mrs. A. Wax Paper, 125-foot Roll ! 15e Deviled Meat, Vis, 3 cans 10c Punch, Sardines,,' Cheese, Pork and Beans Lunch Meats, Cookies, etc j' WE'VE BEEN D. Greeorv. Mrs. Lharics Alex ander and Edith Anderson assist LIGHT, GOOD QUALITY, EACH 27c BROOMS THROUGH ALL THAT ed. . Mrs. A. D. Gregory find daughter, Peggy, attended the military of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Curtis, is threatened with pneumonia. Miss Helen LaMar returned to her home in Peoria last Thursday evening following the close of the Alford school near Harrisburg. She plans to attend the San Jose State Teachers' college summer school session. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Barnes are having as their guest Mrs. Barnes' mother, Mrs. Edson. of Tillamook who is to visit here for several da vs. . Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Frady, Fred Frady and son, Vernon, drove to Philomath last Sunday to visit Mrs. Belle Mason and son, Floyd Hamilton. The PeOria school is planning a last day of school picnic for Idyl-woori next Wednesday. May 27. Will McLaren, jr., moved his family to Detroit last Sunday where he has employment for the summer. Gustave Hohn suffered a light stroke of paralysis last Sunday rtght. His brother from South Benton county is here to be with the family to help care for Mr. Hohn for a few days. The condition of L. C. Hughes remains about the same. He is showing a slight improvement. FRESH fruits and vegetables Fresh Peas, lb. 5c New Spuds, 10 lbs. 29c 17c LETTUCE ,,ea!" 4c ONIONS Itrrmuiliifi U pounds NEGLECT OF CONSTIPATION IS A SERIOUS MATTER Delicious Cereal Corrects This Condition in a . Natural Way : NEWTURNIPS Yourchoice ffr NEW BEETS Bunch i3W lighthouse BRAND CLEANSER 4can,15C ofrj A zL - Don't talk to me about trying to save money on coffee. What we put up with during the past year was plenty. We went from brand to brand and I can't remember a single cup of ' coffee I Teally enjoyed. Of course we knew about Hills Bros. Coffee, but we'd built up an idea that we couldn't afford it. Well, that idea was knocked flat. My wife was smiling one morning as she poured the coffee. When I tasted thai coffee, I knew the reason. You guessed it. all right. It was Hills Bros. Coffee and Us flavor was PICKLES DILLS sweets irk t CHERRIES. .10c Big 5-oz. bcrtle Maraschino Cherries FLOUR V A Money-back Guarantee with every sack. TERMINAL, 49 lb. sack . . . . ','. '., . $1.49 EVER-RIGHT, 49 lb. sack . . . . : . . . $1.29 Immediate attention to constipation is important for two reasons. It causes discomfort, and may lead to headaches and loss of appetite. It also tends to slow you down. ' When elimination continues to fce faulty, over a period of time, ?rour general resistance may be owered. And a weakened body is less able to fight off the infections that abound in every crowded place. The most common type of constipation is that caused by insufficient "bulk" in meals. In Kellogg's AtX-Bran, you have a delicious source of effective "bulk." Within the body, the "bulk" in Sweet Home Sweet Home. Everett Daugh-erty, delegate from the Sweet Home Odd Fellows, and Mrs. Alta Foren from the Rebekahs. Tom McQueen from the Crawfordsville Odd Fellows and Mrs. Grace Dennis from the Rebekahs, left Monday morning for Roseburg where they will attend the state meeting this week. - Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Ramey left Saturday for a week's vacation in eastern Oregon and Idaho. Mar-ley Sims of Scio is in charge of the Pay'n Save grocery during Quart Jar . . Pint ' Jar . . Quart Jar . . Pint Jar . . f - .A L" -7 M 19c 15c 28c 19c SOAP CHIPS, pkg 00c The New Rels Naphtha uw M ft Schilling Jell Powder Hollywood 6 Packages Shredded Wheat, Kellogg's Package CHEESE, lb. . . . Velvet Tissue, 6 for 1000 Sheet Rolls' 17e 25 miles ahead of any of the coffees we had been using. Bui that isn't all . . . my wife bought Hills Bros. Coffee at practically the same All-Bran absorbs moisture, forms a soft mafs and gently cleanses the system. This tempting cereal also furnishes vitamin B and contains iron. Two tahlespoonfuls daily are usually sufficient. Serve as a cereal with milk or cream, or cook into tempting muffins, breads, etc. How much pleasanter to enjoy this natural laxative food instead of taking pills and drugs. O All-Bran is guaranteed by the Kellogg Company. Sold by all grocers. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. CwIiVw to innficuM "bulk" fnmS flavor j f pure . price she'd been pay- ing for most Rockwoods Cocoa, 2 lb. can 14c 7-DayaeeScSerYiceWe Lead, Others Follow of those other brands. w ty1Htlik -VtnfM 1M ft tot.

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