3 July 1947 Gifts to Queen, Royal Court Total more Than $1,000
in each council arranges. wanting information their local chairman. health examinations who will Hay Frank R. figures $100,000,000 hay. wire and Agriculture can be from this is used as making would ties this were available expects greater. ties cost steel," is negligible overall extra cost with price hay baled. for HEATING NEEDS $132.00 To Suit Line of $99.50 Make Gas 1320R FAIL TO ATTEND THE CLUB CHARITY GAMES 2nd, 3rd, 4th WHILE I'RIZES 129 Broadalbin Location of the Elite Cafe Happy to Announce our Appointment As AUTHORIZED DEALERS Bancroft, 15, Roxbury, Mass., schoolboy, was captured by police Bun bnttle during which he held another 15-year-old 15-year-old 15-year-old 15-year-old 15-year-old youth in front of him as a shield to prevent police from returning his fire. Gifts To Queen, Royal Court Total More Than $1000 Articles of merchandise valued at more than S1.00U were distributed distributed among the members of the 1D47 Albany Timber Carnival royal court at the queen's an-nouncement an-nouncement an-nouncement ball. Tuesday night. Each candidate vas (he recipient recipient of no loss than five gifts, and many of these tokens of homage were of great value. All were contributed by local merchants. Following are the royal gifts received received by the queer, and princesses: princesses: Queen Pat McGee, chest of drawers, donated by Western Door and Flywood; gold Elgin-American Elgin-American Elgin-American compact donated by the Mountain States Power Co.; string of pearls by School Jewelry Co.; evening bag by Shell Oil Co.; chest of candy by. Vintage Shop; wedding invitations by Frank Taylor and Son; $1,000 life insurance policy paid for one year by Bert Harger, Atlas Life; lingerie set by Miller's; $5.00 credit for cleaning by Wardrobe Wardrobe Cleaners; $185.00 set International International Sterling, service for 8. and S100.C0 credit at the store of her choice, donated by Timber Carnival Association. Helen Roth, cordless automatic iron by Wes Crooks Appliance; complete bath set by Grocerve-teria Grocerve-teria Grocerve-teria Stores; sport bag by Vince Barrett Sports; $5.00 basket of groceries by Doolc-y Doolc-y Doolc-y Bros.; sandals by Long's Buster Brown; $1,000 life insurance policy paid for 1 year by Tobcy Robbins, Atlas Life; lingerie set by cash donors; $5.00 credit for cleaning by Sissel Clcan- Clcan- ; era; SUMIU set national sterling Silver, service for 4, by Timber i Carnival Association. Pat Tycer, table lamp by Roth's; ! radio by Sears Roebuck and Co.; j gown by Modc-O-Day; Modc-O-Day; Modc-O-Day; Modc-O-Day; Modc-O-Day; sweater by Blain's; tireflater by Fisher im plement CO.; si. ooil lite insurance policy 'paid for G months, by Jeff Causbie; lingerie set, cash donors; necklace-bracelet necklace-bracelet necklace-bracelet set, J. L. Blackburn, Blackburn, Jeweler; $5.00 cash, Olson Cleaners.. Pat Sheets, G-E G-E G-E traveling iron, Arnetl's Appliances; matching bag and shoes, Fairley-Pack Fairley-Pack Fairley-Pack Shoe Co.; electric toaster, Woolworth's: bath set, Pay-Less Pay-Less Pay-Less Drug Co.; throw rug, Stiff Furniture; $5.00 meal ticket, The Elite; lingerie set, cash donors. DeEtte Gitt. halter and shorts. Kailes Apparel: gown. Union Oil Co.; hand painted beverage glasses, Roscoe Ames: bed lamp, Hooker Electric; hand bag, Giles Variety; $5.00 meal ticket, by Owl Lunch; lingerie set, cash donors. Charlene Burford, electric clock, Otto Koos; Jantzen playsuit, Hamilton's; Hamilton's; side of baqon, Nebergall Meat Co.; antioue china plate by May Ernest Antique Shop; box of dusting powder, Marvel Beauty Shop; $3.30 meal ticket, Grill Cafe: lingerie set, cash donors. Marjorie Wendel, complete bath set, Woodworth Drug; electric heater, Linnco Electric; 3 pair of Nylons, Giles Variety; 6.00x16 U. S. tire, Critcs Tire Co.; bed lamp, Stiff Furniture; book ends, Trading Trading Post; theater pass good for one month for two people, Venetian-Granada Venetian-Granada Venetian-Granada Theater. Pat Nelson, chair, R. Veal and Son; juicer, Birchfield Appliance; ham, Harry's Meat Market; cream and sugar set, Western Auto; sachet hangers, C. C. Store; china swans, Trading Post. Jean Williamson, week-end week-end week-end case, J. C. Penney Co.; Evening in Paris perfume set, Bank of Albany; fire extinguisher, by Howard - Cooper Corp.; hand bag, Montgomery Ward; casserole, Western Auto. Pat Densmore, table lamp, by Kampfers Appliance; Prince Mat-chabilli Mat-chabilli Mat-chabilli toilet water, Mason Drug Co.; 1 gal. self polishing wax, Standard Oil of California; box of chocolates, McDonald Candy Co.; box of stationery, Duedall and Potts; book ends, Frager's. Shirley Gilkey, complete bath set, Hurley Drug; Dutch oven, Western Auto; pen and pencil set, Rawlings; miniature glass piano, Luper's; shampoo, Fayette Beauty Shop; goldfish, Mullen's. Prizes for all the Royal Court, and orchid corsages for each girl, Timber Carnival Association; compacts, compacts, Hollis Hull; Sterling Silver spoons (one for each girl), F. M. French & Son; use of a suite of rooms at State Motel, J. Stokes; i engraved lockets as permanent mementos of this occasion by the following cash donors: Safeway, $10; Albany Coffee Shop, $5; Albany Albany Bakery, $5; Pound Motor Co,. $3; H. L. Porter Motors. $10; U.S. National Bank, $10; Kelly Feed & Seed, $5; Tripp & Tripp, $5; Eagles Vintage Shop, $5; McDonald Meat Market, $5; Hub Cleaners, $5; Hocken Hdw., $5; Albany Creamery, Creamery, $5; Pacific Fruit Co., $5; Churchill Barber Shop, $2; Stcen j Bros., $15; D. F. McKenzie, $25; I Cravemore Lunch, $3; Jim's Bar-! Bar-! Bar-! ber Shop, $3; Parker & Smith, ' $2.50: J. H. Allison Auto Ports, S3. The Mongolian plains have 500 times as many camels as the Sahara Sahara desert. initiation and night. Other special Antelope trek national figures answered the call: Justice William States Wayne Commisioner Interior Julius Krug. $51,000 For George circuit court judgement as he alleges he was struck railing of bridge on the Albany-Corvallis by Edgar along with Hunter, is Berks alleges a road road at the The case behalf by C. attorney state industrial commission. Doctor On CLEVELAND field of social public health social workers, should share rheumatic fever, Martin of School of address here. One of and killers, nearly country, most the disease Martin said. An estimated each year average age and of the the disease, school children 19 years of doctor. "More needed in Martin said. grams should of victims school health to screen out Lebanon LEBANON, Births at hospital the June 25, to Munts, Foster, 6 pounds 9 and Mrs. Lebanon, a boy, pounds 7 Eugene girl, Sharon ounces; June 28, R. Wight, Lloyd, 7 and Mrs. boy, Jerry June 29, Gallagher, Dennis Gene, 6 Mrs. Frank Sharon Lee, July 1, to Mr. Powell, Lebanon, Mr. and Sweet Home, ounces; to McLean, 3 ounces.