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TKtRStJAY, WAY 21, T9Jff THl'; At&Attr tJtMOGRAt-N ERALD, ALBANY OREGON Lacomb School Has Torch Number Was Death Dance roster. Francis Rccd of Foster spent last week at the . Albright home. Kirkpatrick will run against Rep. James W- Mott, incumbent, re-' publican Tominee. Presbyterian church of Albany; farewell address. Bertha Brown; nrfluinlnlinn of fnsh rewards Hiv- Edith Miller and Mrs. Loretta Martin were the teachers in the Lacomb school the past year. Prof. LATE.COOPtETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS Exercises on Friday ,en each year by Frank Crawford I n ...UA Un..a mirln ndt- Crawfordsville Lacomb. (Special) Lacomb Brenenman has been re-elected for the coming year with Mrs. Shoemaker and Mrs. Norma Wells of Scio as teachers for the intermediate grades. school closed Friday with gradu w pulsus wnu in,,.,. w standing records for the year; presentation of diplomas, J. M. Bennett, county school super . Crawfordsville. Mrs. Ivy Smith accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sodaville intendent; "Blest Be the Tic That V- Sodaville. The value of an cd- . . c7.j ' ation exercises for the eight pupils finishing the eighth grade. A basket dinner was served. Simt. and Mrs. J. M. Bennett and Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Mikesell were anions Binds," sung by all as the closing number. Oakville School To Close Saturday grasping every opportunity as it Mrs, Blanche Rust arid son Far time was stressed In the address --n i f- iuai. , i t.i gfFLAKES V'T5 j sst I Of Rev. F. L. Wemett at the gradu-1 pendance Friday. Mrs. Rust is the the visitors present. Mrs. Mikesell was judge of the cakes baked by the 4-H club girls. Ellen Ford won first place and Vernila Hen- Stringer Pledges Aid to Kirkpatrick uuu c:iun:i . . "i 1 primary teacher here. Oakville. Special i An all day picnic on the Oakville school fnae aass nem l-noay evening : Mrg Grace Dennis an() two chii grounds Saturday, May 23, will ai me acnooi nouse. tacn 01 me dren and her mother. Mrs.- Price, four members of the class had a nave covert back to their home in climax the school year. Paul Beight and Ruth Reeve have been part on the program, ine xiass Corvallis. Mr. and Mrs. Harold history was read by Loralne Rose. I Smltn and fnmiy are moving into teachers. ' f.una njng iiive a anun lum ui , the Dennis house. The eit'hth grade graduation appreciation, me prophecy ana Mrs. TemplPton of Albany took will were read by Clement Shold-! Mrs. Ivv Smith. John Glass, and erbrand and Wesley Calahan, re- Leonard Haines to Eugene Wed-pectively. Doris Marlman gave nPesday on a business and pleasure exercises will be a feature of the program beginning at 10.45 when Bertha Brown, Doris Horning, Charles Lamb, Donald Stockton Lebanon, May 21. Sen Cortis D. Stringer of Linn county today pledged his support in the November election to E. W. Kirkpatrick, of Milwaukie, democratic nominee for representative in congress from the first Oregon district. Kirkpatrick, Clackamas county representative in the last legislature, defeated Stringer and Sen. Byron , G. Carney of Milwaukie in the May 15 primary election. and Ellsworth Gunderson will receive their diplomas. m reaouig. mere weit: iwu gruup , trlD. of songs, one by pupils of the pri-1 Mrs. Grace Dennis was in Salem wary grades and the other by the Wednesday and Thursday on busi- The program announced opens son, second, in the angel food cakes and Glennariale Henson, first, and Loretta McKinney, second In sponge cake. , Ball games and outdoor sports featured the afternoon program. Pupils comDletini? the eighth orade were Ellen Ford, Billie Cox, Dale Harrison, Hazel Williams, Patricia Farrel, Jack Farrell and Donald Turnidge. i Pupils having perfect attendance for the school year were Virginia Edwards, Pauline Edwards, Clinton Smith. Ellen Ford and Arline Hazen of the upper grades; Walter McKinney. Ray Hyder, Raymond Ayers and Stanley Ray of the third grade and Jimmie Shell of the second grade. z; Donna Chastine of Green Mountain school was given special mention for perfect attendance. Prof. Clarence Brenneman, Mrs. oiaer pupils. mrs. a. n. ramsn ness with all singing "America;" invocation by Rev. E. J. Clark; song. played piano solo and the com- Visitors at the home of Mrs. El- The value you get when you buy Kellogg's Corn Flakes is more than simply a big pack- . "; age of cereal at a low price. It's quality the matchless flavor and oven-fresh crispness that can't be equaled. Ask your gro- v cer for Kellogg's by name, and get most for your money. Nothing takes the place of CORN FLAKES America The Beautiful; class history, Doris Horning; reading, "Graduation Time," Gladys Horning; school song by the gradua Betty Blossom . for several years nas ... been -' giving her "rtorch dance" in 8a n Francisco nightclubs. The . spectacular finale Is her appearance surrounded by blazing torches .' and a "fire-eating" finish. Recently one of her torches Ignited flimsy draperies In a night club, turning the place . Into a ' raging Inferno. Four persons were killed and 11 Injured in the panic that followed. Gold Fish, 2 for 25c Breeders 25c Pom Pom Dahlias .... 15c Fine Plants of all Kinds. See our 32-piece dish sets. HALL'S FLORAL SHOP munity orchestra gave two num- Men Follett over the weekend inters. George Marlman represent-1 eluded Mrs. Henrv Kile and ed- the school board, presiding and ; daughter, Verla, of Oakridge, and presenting the diplomas. Mrs. Ray Garrett and daughter, . A large attendance was report- Mbraret, of Marcola. td at the meeting of the local Tom Anderson was In Albany Townsend club at the Spring hall I Thursday on business. Thursday evening. Mrs. Marion Mr. and Mrs. John Beyer and Nagle of Lacomb was the speaker fnmily are moving into Mrs. Edna of. the evening. The club has a Slavcn's house, recently occupied membership of 65 and has receiv- by Mrs. Blanche Rust, ed its charter. Meetings are held Mr. and Mrs. Geoe Corner, the second and fourth Thursday ' Margaret and Gordon Corner, Mrs. flight of each month. Officers are: ' l.urah Alexander and E. Belstrom, tion class; class prophecy, Charles Lamb; class will, Donald Stockton; class song, Ellsworth Gunderson; playlet by pupils of the primary room; solo, Janice Millhollen: ad-dress by Rev. Stocker of the First president, E. J. Whisnant; sccre- all of bwrel Home, were aunnuy imests at the home of Mr. and Mrs tary. Lawrence Leonard; treasurer, Mrs. I la Smith; entertainment committee. Mrs. Earl Cala- Wm. Pnrker. "Aunt Belle" Wilson is Improving steadilv in health since her return from the Alhnny hospital ev Features for FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY, MAY 22, 23, 25. hin. Mrs. Calahan has been chos en delegate to a Townsend con vention to be held in Salem, May fral weeks aRo. Mrs. Minnie San- been with her. ders has staying Sl. i n ii ii mi OTiiiimimii.iTOm7 . .. . .u... , , .--mful' 'I' "' -"-j ."'-1-',lv.-.j j M U. S. Gets Cash for Smuggled Liquors , A merry group of children enjoyed the hospitality of the W. D. Albright home Friday afternoon when Mrs. Albright gave a party in honor of the fourth birthday of her daughter, Donna. Mrs. Evelyn Bmith' and Mrs. Lloyd Ogbln as Washington, May 21. The U. S. government obtained $3,000,000 from Canadian distillers in settlement of Import duties on liquor Inln IVtto nnnnll-v Horitlfl sisted Mrs.' Albright in serving. Children attending , were: Loroy, Ethel, Dolores and Lloyd Ogbin; ?." Jjmmio Howard, and tne ,,rohlbltion cra, Secretary of of the Treasury Henry Morgcnthau, Wilfred Calahan, all this community: Leona. Forrest. Dale and IB 4 eon State System of Higher Educa Jr., announced today Thin nnlu n umnll n(i,mlf. June Reed of Waterloo; Frances KOAC Radio Program tion virgii u. tan, uean oi men, U. of O.; 8:15, We Write a Story; 11:30, Music; 0-0:15, United Press i i n w n ii i i rt y ' StkJ ENETTAKJ seed oi roster, ana ttie guest oi of tne total Bmounl whicn thls IWtMr, Donna Albright. , . government claimed from Cnn- :A crew of seven men started di,tiller!1 work Monday onthe fill between, T, icltlement was reached "iSFI1"' Sr"Vnd,8 ,?nd, the aricr long negotiation with the fvfWsAuPr0jCCl-rl.lcft tcomP'e,S Canadian Bovernment, and after i 5ebT!"T T,rMP ?hd!an administration tax bill con- rmiHyLnt.MInll k rnn;1 '"'" elaUSe UlhorinB tlC tag the fill and building 'one i treasury to prohibit imports of wall on the west and north sides "from distillers who owed of the aprlng lot. George Simons, h Kovernmcnt mport duties for !J!rSn:,!t1mport.tlaB. had passed the Farmer Consumer Sale Now Playing! IT'S RHYTHMIC DYNAMITEI CII Ir: .u .u til. house New Bond Issue Slated for June 1 reports that he expects the work tp .be completed in a month, ' ( Construction, bf the John Cnrl- n house Is progressing rapidly, hlhgling will start soon. L. H. Howard has the building in charge With Clark Pierce, H'. V. Rudlsil It's the just-right meat for warm weather meals -light tender flavorful, easy to digest. And you get the benefit of money-saving values during this Lamb Sale. An event designed to benefit farmers, too-by helping market their lamb at a fair profit to them. ' For meal-time enjoyment and to save money-order a roast, some chops or other cuts of this fine young lamb from your Safeway butcher this week. Thursday, Alay 21 '. 5 p. m. On the Campuses; 5:30. Music; 5:45, Vespers Led by E. W. Warrington; 6, The Dinner Concert; 6:15, Swindles to Suit Portlnnd Better Business Bureau; 6:30, Evening Farm Hour 6:30, Leading the 4-H'ers; 6:44, Weather forccasl: 6:45 Market and crop reports; 7, Farm Act Information; 7:15, Hop Program; 7:30, Music; 7:45, Trends in Industrial Chemistry George W. Gleeson, Assistant Professor of Chemical Engin-eerinu, O. S. C; 8. The Oregon Slnte System of Higher Education F. L. Ballard, Vice-Director nf Federal Cooperative Extension: 8:15. The KOAC Dramn Guild "Dusky Singing"; 8:45, Music; 9-0:15, United Press News. ' Friday. May 22. 0 a. m., Homemakers' Hour: 10. Music; 10:15, Guarding Your Health; 10:30 Music; 10 45. KOAC School of the'Alr 10:45 German: 11, The Storv of Oreon: 11:15 Faci and Affairs: 11:30. The Storv WashiiiRlon. May 21. The U. S. trcuHiuy will flout a bond indue 'IU f 2C Ik fend H. L. Hurst, working under -of $1,000,000,000 or more on June hrnii The house faces west, in a j, Secretary of the treasury Henry ?ifhtly location in the grove of Mnrgcnthau, Jr., revealed today. In. Just above the- county road. Format announcement of the is-When completed it will be by far sue wm be marie on June 1 and the finest residence in the com- the. bonds will.be dated June 13-tnunity. The Carlson family Will Morgcnthau declined to reveal use it for a winter home so that the exact1 amount of the new fl-the, two -daughters may have the nancing, but it Is known $686.-dvantago of the local school. Tho 615,418 of lVs per cent treasury Jummcrs they will spend oh their notes mature on that date and the ranch at Llngshire. Mont. , amount of new moncv rcauircd to GENUINE SPRING nf Mii'c; 11:45. Muc,c: 12, Noon LAMB iO 1 BY THE Lingtod :r og A; Mr. -and Mrs. Ed Durkce and mCet payments of soldier bonus ' Farm Hour 12:05, United Press News; 12:15, Furs, Fins, and Fea fantlly of Albany have rented the soon after June 15 is expected to H. S, Fort house and are moving bring the now bond issue well this week. Mr. Durkee is employ above $1,000,000,000. Nominee Expresses Thanks for Support Breast-0-Lamb lb. 17k Halibut ir "13k thers U. S. Biological Survey; 12:40, Market and crop reports and weather forecast. 1 p. m., Music: 1:15. The World Bnakmpn; 1:30. Programs on Parade: 1:45. MufIc: 2, Lesson in Spanish: 2:15. Music: 2:30. Oregon Fishing Conditions: 2:45, Music: 3. Continuing Education "Sharing Ideas Eugene Branch AAUW" Jane Thacker, Professor Piano, V. of O.: 3:30, Muilc: 3:45. The Monitor Views the News; 4, Musical Sinries; 4:30, Stories for boys and girls. 5 p. in.. On the Campuses; 5:30. Music: 5:45, The Vespers Led by TRY IT, WITH NEW PEAS ed on the PWA . road widening project now in progress on the Mountain Homo road south of Sodaville. There are tour children in the Durkce family. - Mrs, Cora Simons, daughter, Florine and grandson, Don, of Corvallis, visited Sunday at the Victor Simons home. : Mrs. A. G. Coats and children, Leland. Dean and Vonna, of Pros-ser. Wash., were guests for the week end at the F. E. Crosby home. Guests at the D, W. Albright Thanks for the suponrt accorded him In last Friday's primary election was expressed today by Dempster M. Rohrbough. "I wish to express my sincere thanks and deep appreciation to the republican voters of Linn county for their confidence in me and their loyal support in nomin Filet Solelb13J 2c ating me for the office of county home Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cubblson and C. E. Reed of judge," said Mr. Rohrbough. Lamb Chops ib.33c Dill Pickles qt. 7c GARLIC FLA VOX Salad Dressing pt. 15c I, End Saturday. 1 MATINEE J DAILY at M 3 2 p.m. iY.'iTn811SujSiilM8i65-Sg3CT Hev. ij. Vincent Grey: n, the Dinner Concert; 8:15, What Trust Companies Do; fi:30, Evening Farm Hour (1:30, Buttle of Duns; 0:45, Market and crop reports and weather forecast: 7. Agricultural Econ William This Curious World omics; 7:15. W. P. Duruz "Mar rguion 17 c Bologna Liver Sausage Frankfurters, lb. keting Products from the Home Orchard"; 7:30. Muir- R Ti o-o. FRAGRANTLY FRESH! LEMON WHIP Beef Roast lb. 13k MILK EACH 6c DARIGOLD TALL CAN CHOICE LEAN CUTS 7ke greaft ,! WHCN MOEXALLV I ' V- IE I WOUNDEO. S5cfrs $ : l MACAWS ''lilfflA S FREQUENTLY ' mM HOOK. THEIR. : ISSgyi I J . . 1 . BEA.KS OVER. ffNfls V A SMALIUMB ST4faw1l( rj AND REMAIN VU HANtSIMG, IN rTV?4s?M VjJkJX MID-AIR. AFTER. V Y CrJ . 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