Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on April 27, 1936 · 3
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Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · 3

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T PAGE THREE MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1936 THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON i SCOUT CAMP OREE .Whoops! Fair Feather Swishers in Convention damiliHr. M.ii tha Jean, niodnt'd j j t i to KuKi-ne on a c-mbim-.l busi- LX)'C IS VfllUeCl SET FOR LEBANON ON MAY 15, 16, 17 burg was a visitor at the home of friends, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Knight, en route to Portland for a visit with relatives. Mrs. Minnie Smith of the Creens bridge community is in Portland to be with her son. Ed at $300,000 1 ; .ft V V -' , I V . , V.... " 1 ihss aiui pii'Miure uip ttiMiiCMi.iy , allt-riuin. j It i reported that J. !L Niiv-widJ bun purchased the M' b Jiiu-i tiirm, on ul.U'h ttu Iahiis Artult family re.idisl many yenrs. ijiid where liis d.iui'lucr, Mr. Ho!(i(,'Sk, und huNbaiiii are n.w Smith, who underwent a major fcALlA MA11A operation Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Fraok Myers and daughter, Barbara, and Mrs. Paul iwidin;;. II"' -it r-5 V . .'i i.. It ' . '. v -4 , Greely of Hoquaim. Wash., were 11 i 5 , .7 ,' ''"' riu pun-mis- recent guests at the home of V&rz y , i, itJ 1 ,H I i J icd the Gertrude K. Ilnlloway place their brother-in-law and sister. ''vLT bs'Uit V ' '"T i"1 'fW. . 'JvL-v, .hj. ; Ut South llroansvUle. Mie has Mr. and Mrs. O. B. W'attenbarger, ,M. , V tt".. V ' 'I SM h "M md hcr lw,w ,WM Mr. Wattenbarger, who has beeniWV.'t .J V - I ititfO" V'f4f- :JL, r AlllJ "V lhi "ving cotiu- seriously iU with iftwumonia, is XI ' rQXcS ' T vH' T ; J - back lune fnmj 1Im mirn i..st improving. "ffcof t Ik' r1-4 ":,-U; ,Mn,n"? Mr8,' ""'p. AIL-,. Crawfordsville - A lVH VA 4 VH'. O 1 trTt. CrawfordsviUe.-Mr. and Mrs. Zi . .V -V IflV IfX??' A vX . ' . - . !ua Place i.iur Twin UutU-s. Everett Beddy and family of Ft. f 3 i Probation Aftr ; CTtf 1 Death Is ToDie for a few days visit at the home '.; of Mr. ReWy's sister, Airs. frank r ;" 'H A '- Ixrbnnon. (Spt'ciai) May 19, 18 and 17 have been chosen the dates for the cpmporec of the CV.iCjde Area council of boy Si-outs and plans are rapidly going forward for three full days of 'activity for the boys who will Kather in Lebanon for the annual meeting. Last year's meeting was held in Dallas. I Although the exact location of the camp has not been determined it will be either in Lebanon or very close to the city limits so that parents and those interested in scouting tor boys can see how the scout conducts himself on trips and to see him put to practical use the variety of skills acquired In the regular scouting program. Places will be arranged for about ISO scouts who will arrive with full equipment m knapsack ready to set up camp for three days. Cascade area is composed of the central Willamette valley section and will be represented by boys from Albany, Corvallis, Salem, Dallas, Lebanon and several other towns. Tom Grant, chairman of Scout ' organization of the Cascade Area : council and chairman ot the Am-irrican Legion scout committee I will meet with other scout executives in the near future and make the remainder of the plans. Members of the local boy scout troop will be in charge of many I of the preparations for the re-' : nuu. r Mr. and fVrs. Henry Kyie iiave been spendirig the past week with f - "Probation After Death" was the subject of the Lesson-Sermon , hi all Ctiuiches of Christ, Scien-j li' t. on Sunday, April 26. Mrs. Kiles' mother, Mrs. Ellen Follett. , ' Mrs. Esteira Evans and soin. ! Kenneth, and her father, John Smith, returned Thursday nicht LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS Lebanon Lebanon. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brenenman of Lacomb wore In Lebanon on Saturday afternoon on business. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shiman-ek went to Scio early on Sunday morning where Mr. Shimanck spent the day in caring (or his farm. Mrs. Shimanek visited at the home of Mrs. Frank Bartu and other friends until JMe afternoon when they returned to Lebanon. --::? Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Sh'rader drove to Portland on Sunday to attend the Major Bowes vaude- ville troupe performance. Mra. C. C. Whitcher has returned from Brownsville where she has been for the past week. Emel Reeves, representaitves of the Central Life Assurance company of Iowa, has won a free trip to Bemidji, Minn., to attend the convention of the representatives of that company Mr. Reeves was third high in sales in his class in the United States for the week ending April 17. The convention dates are July 1 to 10. Charles Chatting spent the week end with friends in Cor-vallis. Mr. Chattin is with the crew of surveyors who work on the Santiam above Foster. Miss Joclla Mayer came home from Eugene where she is attending the university to spend the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Mayer. Bernie Pope of Parkplace was a brief visitor in Lebanon on Sunday. Mr. Pope lived in Leb-, anon several years ago and was r employed in the Crown Willamette paper mill office. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Munyan at--. tended the Young Democrat banquet held in Salem on Saturday evening. Bob Keeblcr, Linn county Young Democrat chairman, and Mrs. Ralph Hargett of Lebanon also attended the The Gulden Text was, 'Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord -Jesus Christ, which invord-ing to his abundant mercy hath begotten us into a lively Ik pe by the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead" (I Peter 1.3). , AmonH the citalioi.a which com- ; prised the Lesson-Sermon was ' tne lolluwini; ttom the Bible: "And if Christ be not raised, your ; faith li vain; ye are yet in your j sins. Then they also which are j fallen asleep in Christ are per-1 islird. If in this life only we have hopp in Christ, we are of all men ! most miserable. But now is Christ j Sans, the presence of Bally Rand, the United Specialty Dancers ot America fan dancers to yo organised and held their first annual convention at the Pacific International Exposition. Ssn Diego. They elected Joy WilKams president and unanimously went on record as opposing efforts of female Inipcrtouaioa cuttmg ui on their field.. San Francisco was selected as the '37 convention cuv. meeting in Lebanon Tuesday eve-1 social time was enoyed, as the ed guest Byqron Iwm of Washington Wuu . .u jRebckahs had Invited the Orr isauui mirtviviii-i jviii lilt? past week with Mrs. Ross Fellows to meet 'with them to canie ncme the middle of the week 'men front the dead, mid become commemorate the U7th anniver-U0 w'ih hl? nothw' Mr- .Vera: the first fruits r them that slept" ccption or visiting patrols. r SHniFE WILfTsrEATc Albany will occupy 30 minutes of the time devoted to the Mr. . Citizen program starting at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday night on radio :sary of the founding of the order iMsm, a lew aajs bime ner auio-,ti ur. mobile accident. ! The Lesson-Sermon tilso I The Lit'bson-hermon iilso in- , diviirre UII .Hill J;!HII,(IUII nlii-ntiuiin .hi ion followed the titration Ht Miami lloaeh, Kla., iinh Nri-i JanifH Kdcar II ot lifiroii tlu fiirnuT Kathryn Crawford of im-th n and )tage, (njoyini; wlirn this picture us in ki n Hit tiiRar lu-lf iii.iio iiti d the love piracy suit iMiun! t.t-wis Mallory III, l'-nnsyivania oil licir In Miami, after Mrs KUgart Detroit suit for divorce, atleginR cruelty, u H'U'ulcd Enoch Cunningham was able to: eluded the followins? correl.it ie: oi Odd Fellows. I The neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe: Henry Falk in the Kirk district Halsey Halsey. Mr. and Mrs, from an extended visit with relatives at Lodi and San Francisco. The Willaanctte Holiness association met at Kalsey Wednesday in an all day meeting. Those attending from here were the Rev. and Mrs. D. V. Fendall. Mr, and Mrs. H. F. Parker and Mrs. F. N. Hull. Mrs. Estella Evans and Wayne Smith went to Goshen Friday night and returned with Mrs. Wayne Smith, whs recently underwent an operation for appendicitis. She is imptoving nicely. Mrs. Sanders helped care for the Smith children during Mrs. Smith's illness. Mrs. S. E. Banta 6ient the past week in Portland visiting at the home of her mother. The Rev. and Mrs. D. . Fendall and George Wnart were business visitors in Albany Friday. Mrs. Belle Fromnn visited Friday at the home of her brother, and sister-in-law, Mr. raid Mrs. George Ward. Linwood Beyer and Russell Hanson have joined the CCC camp at Cascadia. Carl and Ray Beyer lttft for Yakima Tuesday where they have employment. They were to visit friends at The Dalles en rotrte. Mrs. Deloris Hughes of Eugene is spending a few days with Mrs. Ivy Smith. Claude Edward and Duncan McKercher attended a Legion i station KOAC, it was announced (today by County School Superln- Sisk were hosts Wednesday eve-; gathered at the Falk home Wed leave the hospital and came home ; passages . from the Christian Sei- Tuesday. He is still suffering : ence tcxtbonk, "Science aiul considerable with his back. , hut Health with Key "to the Scrip-! has convalesced rapidly consid- Hires", by Mary Eddy Baker: i ering the seriousness of the nrei- 'Jesus', unchanged physical con-j dent. Harold Pitehford was kill- riition after what seemed to liej ed in the same accident. , death was followed by his exal- i ning to tne members or the tp- i nesday afternoon and gave a worth league of the Methodist j bridal shower for Miss Pearl Falk, church. The evening was spent whose marriage to Jack Handley playing games and contests and 'of Portland will be an event of Undent J. M. Bennett. During tne , first 15 minutes of the program JuanUa Johnston, county health -nurse, will be "interviewed" by ' "Mr. Citi.en", on matters pertain-' ing to schcol nursing and child ; health. The last 15 minutes of the program will consist of selections by the Albany high school band under direction of Loren completing plans for their program which they and the Chris Delos Clark of Crane arrived tntion above all material condi-! 0 Cfi1 CANADIANS IDLE the near future. Mrs. J. H. Van-nice and daughter, Edna; and , .. T i l , r : tian Endeavor of the Church of ed his a.-censi(,ii,aiHl revealed tin- f" f-hrUt u.ill tho .itv hall!K,.r mi.. r-ii. - - uiuii muisuay vibiuhk ins P-ir' - "... W - fr, (llfltd Ul 111 133 r dIA, WV'IC Wednesday evening, April 29, to; the hostesses and served refresh-raise money to send delegates toiments to Mrs. Rosa Carey, Mrs. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert S Claik. mistakably a probationary and every ten persons in Canada is He is in the garage und oil busi-. progressive state beyond tiie, unemployed, latest government ness at Crane gravp" p;;. 4m, i statistics reveal. ine cnrisuan tnaeavor rally ana J. K. Day, Mrs. Edna Kirk. Mrs. Louella Starnes, Mrs. Ava Thorn' to the Epworth. League convention May 1, 2 and 3. Purity Rebekah lodge held its r son, Mrs. Jessie Templeton, Mrs. Grace Thompson of Drain, sister regular meeting Wednesday eve of Miss Falk; Mrs. J. H. Nonv ning in tne I. U. O. t . nail. Visit-1 chick, bride's grandmother; Mrs. ors were present from the Alpine Charles Falk and daughter, Trcva; lodge. Following the meeting a Mrs. Henry Falk and the honor- V Shelbum Shelburn. Mrs. Masel Bates was doin? some shopping in Salem last Friday. Mrs. T. M. Russell and son. Jesse, spent Wednesday afternoon with Shelburn relatives. Jess? caught a nice mess of trout in a nearby stream for his grandmother, Mrs. W. H. McLain. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Merritt of Larwood spent Sunday with Mrs. Merritt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. McClain. Mrs. Etta Morris will soon have her new cottage in Shelburn completed. She has had some clearing done on the place and has it planted to garden. Archie McCrea of near Albany visited his -grandfather, H. O. Shilling last Sunday. The O. D. Q. club met at the home of Mrs. Walter Wyman Wednesday. Luncheon was served. Miss Gladys Chrisamn assisted. Mrs. Ivan Lefflcr made a business trip to Stayton Thursday. Will Watson and Burton Green got two fine calves from the McLain herd of milk cows last week. Pete Cole is plowing for Mrs. Etta Morris this week. THE WORLD'S LOWEST COST ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR AND IT'S A GENERAL ELECTRIC Jefferson Jefferson. Mrs. J. Merlin Hill entertained the mothers of the members of the Cradle Roll department of the Christian church, and invited guests, at the church Thursday afternoon. The program presented included devotions after which Mrs. Hill gave a talk to mothers on "Bring Up a Child in the Way It Should Go." Mrs. Oliver Stephenson sang "My Mother's Bible." The program closed with a very interesting .- talk on "Mothers of Other Lands" V by Mrs. Sallie Tandy. Following the program, contest games wore enjoyed, and refreshments were served at a beautifully decorat-, ed table in the church parlor. Mothers and their babies present were Mrs. Oliver Stephenson, Mrs. Dick Vose, Mrs. Weldon Loppey, Mrs. Ginger Hart, Mrs. Fultz, Mrs. Clinton Hart, and Mrs. J. Merlin Hill. Guests present included Mrs. C. C. Hart, Mrs. Harry Marcum, Miss Lou Miller, Mrs. Sallie Tandy, Mrs. Albyn Esson. Mrs. Lorcna Williams and Mrs. Sines of Woodburn. Mrs? 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