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12 June 1947 3 Queen Candidates Gain in Standings
Albany Democrat - 3 Queen Candidates Gain In Standings Three Timber 'Carnival queen candidates bettered their positions during the last two days, according to tabulations completed last night. Pat Tyc'er moved from third to second place; Pat McGee from fifth to fourth and Charlene Bur-ford from ninth 'to fifth. ' U Standings of the candidates to-dayweref" : j Helen Roth 12,520 Pat Tycer 4,900 :-r De Ette Gott 4,670 Pat McGee 3,880 , Charlene Burford 3,600 ' Jean Williamson 3,260 ' Shirley Oilkey 2,660 Pat Densmoor 2,420 ' Marjorie Wendcl 2,320 i Pat Sheets 2,160 Pat Nelson .- 1,020 Ai Jeanette Nydegger (no report) ' Another'tabu'lation will be announced Monday. '' ' Page ! Herald Thursday, June 12, 1647 Daily Quotations On The Market POKTK4ND WHOI.KM.S.J.K PRICKM PORTLAND. Or.. June '11. ' (UPl-Billler and xk quotation! were firm and un Changed on the Portland wholesale dairy market today. Trade source auld a alow local cnll for hutter was compensated for by a brink de mand from outside markets und atoraxe Intereata. Butter prices to retailers grade AA prima, 66C; AA cartona, 67c; A prima, M-6oc; cartona 6o-6Ac: B pnnta. 61-62C lb. KKg prices to retailerr: AA extra laree (certified), 60c; AA larae (certlftedl S8-59c; uncertified 2c doi. leaa; A larae. Ar-56c; AA medium, one; A medium, fll-!i2c: A small sflc doaent cfrtuna 2c additional). Cheeae Prlcea to retailers: Portland. Oregon alnales, 30 l4-52c pound; Oregon 5-lb. loaf. 39-Mc. Tripa, J6-o2c. k Blue I-ake beans were ouoted at 14.10c a lb. with wax beune selling at 10c a lb. and yellow wax beana at 16.18c a II). at today'a session of the Portland East Side Farmers' wholesale Produce market. Raspberries were offered at $2.75.3 a 12 cup fill. Beat local cauliflower was sold at S2 2.MI a crate with No. 2 stock selling at II Fjeart Ailments Cause Half Of Linn Deaths Heart ailments accounted for just half the deaths in Linn county last month, according to the report of Dr. Willard Roley, act ing Linn county health officer. Furthermore, said Dr. Roley the death rate was equally divided between the sexes, a rarity on local vital statistics record:!. Total deaths were 34, men and women totaling 17 each. Still another coincidence in the May health department records is the recording of just three times as many births as deaths. The records show 102 babies born in Linn county last monln. Boys slightly outnumbered girls, totaling 83 to 49. The health de partment's statistics reveal that in Linn county last month- there were four fatal . accidents, two deaths from burns and one case of drowning, deaths. or seven violent