31 May 1947 Timber Carnival Queen Contestants page two
,rfet Albany nrmnrral - i U. S Titles At Stake In Carnival Contests (Cotylnyca xroth ragt one) cy; exceeding cash distributed last year considerably and accordingly even more. talent is" expected to. be attracted to Albany, ureal ly increasing increasing jlhc list of contestants over thaXof Ias year. Word hns been received' by (lie association that Pat Dourly of Los Angeles had been ussiRiicd to Albany Albany to make a full-length full-length full-length color film of Timber Carnival events. and that frm 10(1 to 21)0 prints will be made for national distribution by the international Harvester Co. At the, Cottonwoods pavilion last nighti.Jho 12 contestants for the Timber Carnival queen crown were the center of attraction for more than 500. people who were offered, ho, privilege o dancing with the aspirants upon purchasing purchasing two;,Timber Carnival buttons for each dance. Three of the candidates, Pat Tycer, DeEUe Gott and Charlene Burford, sang an especially composed composed Timber Carnival song. The candidates were introduced by Bob Upson, and were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. George Scharpf, Mr. and Mrs. Hqllis Hull and Mr. and Mrs. Julian Bryant, of the queen candidates' advisory board. John BoOck was master of cere monies, introducing Rodnev Trior.) Pat Hutchins and Frank Merrill of the Timber Carnival board. Hrrald Saturday, May 91, 1MX Sewage Disposal Warning Issued All waste water and sewage must be discharged into tome approved approved sewer system, septic tank disposal system, or, under certain conditions, in areas near which there are no shallow wells or water supplies, into cess pools, County Sanitarian Kred Weber said today. The sanitarian, discussing rural sewage disposal in the light of approaching approaching summer, warned also that no septic tanks may be constructed constructed within 50 feet of any well. Power Company Plans New Transmission Line Application has been made to the War department by the Mountain Mountain States Power Company, Albany, Albany, Oregon, for a permit to construct construct an overhead rower transmission transmission line across Willamette river approximately 3.25 miles southeast of Junction City. The proposed crossing will consist consist of wires strung on wood poles set landward of the mean high water line. A vertical clearance of 33 feet above extreme high water will be provided. Contemplated for construction is an 11.000 volt feeder line to serve an area in northeastern Lane county. BRANDT SERVICES HELD Funeral services for Herman F. Brandt, 73, were held Wednesday from the Fisher Funeral Home with Rev. Roy Strong officiating. Mr. Brandt died May 24 at the Albany Albany General hospital. Mrs. Hazel Ewing was soloist at the services. Mrsr. George Glendcr and Mrs. Ed Nitzel arranged the floral offerings. offerings. Bearers were John Hiema, John Glendcr, Gcorue Glcnder, Gus Bcnsun, Wilson Gillctt and Ed Nitzel. Interment was in Sand Ridge" cemetery. SUNDAY I'KOGKAM SET . TANGENT A Children's day program beginning at 11 a.m. will be held at Tangent Methodist church Sunday, June 1. Mrs. Martha Kropp of Albany will be guest speaker.