Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on March 23, 1936 · Page 2
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March 23, 1936

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o -.DU PAGE TWO THE ALBANY D E MOC RAT - HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1936 gium, whore they have been for Water Street lves Up to Name the past 11 months, visiting with their aunt and uncle. Mr. nnri footiETY. Mrs. LcRoy Woods. They will visit J orogram committee, states the -rmbcrs of the Albany chamber .' crmmerce are happy to co--pernte tyith the American Legion in the wofinrtyiis oreanizatian is doing and is uack of them 100 per , cent. No musical program will be eiven in order to .give the speaker full time. ':) deliver a patriotic address on K,fulf of the legion before the Al-V.any chamber of commerce and visitors Wednesday noon at the Mbany hotel. A special invitation to attend is extended to all interested in various sections of the Mbany trade territory. R. W- Tripp, chairman of the Mrs. George Githcns of Albany, was a guest. Members present were Blanche Abraham; Vivienne Abrahrm, Dorothy Chant'?, Ma-dora Gindhart, Lyda Githens, Githens. Melba Muller. Ann Puyh, Millie Taylor, Dale Thomp- c'i and Cecil Stone. Melba Muller and Vivienne Abraham received prizes in the contests and Mrs. George Githens nd Blanche. Abraham received ; NOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS If your paper has not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 o'clock call D. M. Rohrbough, Phone 718-Y and a copy will be delivered by special carrier. Report all other complaints to the office, Phone 15 The Albany Democrat-Herald in me east and midwest before coming to the coast. They also plan to visit for some time in California with their sister, before returning Albany. We have a hair cut for each member of the family. Try us. Terminal Birlax i. m21-23 AtxiQzw a stoat "Get Acquainted Special" The American Legion auxiliary win meet at Kjf tonijOit at the Memorial hall fm- a covered dish dinner. MARCH 30th TO APRIL 11th INCLUSIVE Our experience in permanent waving has qualified us to offer , -you fully guaranteed waves, complete with shampoo, f linger wave and haircut. , , -r. frrvV Ml" if mi HO vUmMmfv' s Jt .IwWMi lilS till Returns 10 School consolation prizes. Plar-j were discussed and made for the next card party to be held at the home of Lyda Githens with Dorothy Chance. Blanche Abraham, Vivienne Abraham, and Lyda Githens as hostesses, on Saturday evening. March 28. A supper wiil be served at 7 o'clock. The hostess, assisted by members, served an attractive luncheon with the green of St. Patrick's day as the predominating color. The next regular meeting of the club will be a covered dish luncheon at 1 o'clock at the home . of Ann Pugh, March 27. Margaret Hurst returned to fXf?k These waves are THE WEATHER Oregon: Unsettled and cold tonight and Tuesday, with showers and snow flurries in west portion and snows over mountains; moderate changeable winds off coast. Maximum temperature yesterday locally 48 degrees. Minimum temperature Inst night 35 degrees. Rainfall .0Pof an inch. River, 3.7 Corvallis Sunday night to resume her studies at Oregon State college after spending the spring vacation with her parents. Mr. soft, becoming, and we believe, with Dorcas Society Has Surprise Shower. Mrs. C. E. Rogers, 234 W. Third rtrcet, entertained the members of the Dorcas society o the Seventh Day Adventist church at her home Thursday afternoon of last week. ' After the devotional and business sessions, lead by the president, ' Mrs. Elberta Torrance. a surpriise birthday shower was given in honor of Mrs. Marie Dickinson, mother of the local church pastor. At the close of the afternoon refreshments were served by Mrs. G. T. Dickinson and the hostess, Mi s. C. E. Rogers. Rock Hill Society-Rock Hill The Rainbow club met with Mrs. Jess Morgan at her home in the Rock Hill section, March 6. Roll call was responded to by telling Irish anecdotes. Mrs. Ray Frum was program leader and presented two contests, jjith first and second prizes going to Mrs. J. L. Blackburn and Mrs. John Nichols. There were 15 members arid one guest presuit. The guest was Mrs. Morgan "nd Miss Norma Wilson, assisted t'A .hostesses i'i 75c 9r ( rv-iA f more curls than any m and Mrs. LecWIurst. other shop in the city. Store fK'k-Ell B' re- feet. Hi Ida Lamberty returned to her home in Portland Sunday evening Other waves from $1.50 -to S5.00. jjhich includes the NEW RAY, Machineless, HeaterleSS Permanent Wave Castle Permanent Wave Shop alter spending the week-end in Albany at the home of her sister, Mrs. Mel Morgan. Talk Summer I'rws The committee of the Santiam Fish and Game association having charge of the Clear Lake resort for Legion Commander To Talk Wednesday George L. Koehn, state commander of the American Legion, is VMMrs Prmm Safe the coming summer held a meeting ' Formerly the Super Curlinc Phone 14 For Your Appointments 107 Lyon Street Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nash of Salem, former residents of Albany, spent Sunday here as the guests of relatives and friends. yesterday at the home of the new caretaker, Frank Cruson, at Upper Soda. A chicken dinner was served and the policy of conducting the resort discussed. Those present were .Harry Howe, president of the association; Dent Stewart, vice- president; F. M. Brown, Elmer Fitzawald and Percy Schrunk. Praa Ncwort Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Stahlman of Newport were among the visitors serving refreshments at the close spending last night in Albany. DOCTT LET THE GOOD FISH GET AWAY OH POOR FISHING TACKLE . , The regular weekly meeting of Even la (iardlner. Me., lots of people wondered now Water Street gets Its name. They needed no explanation after seeing it as pictured ifljovtv sfiop window-high with the overflow from the Kennebec river during I lie floods that swept eight Dorthoaslern senboard states. the Knights of Pythias is to be held this evening. Degree work is to be Spend tMKW Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Williams of Portland spent Sunday in Albany at the home of Mrs. Williams' parents, Mr. and Mr F. M. French, a special feature. Mrs. Williams was on her way tolVIfc la-yant TROUT SEASON OPENS APRIL ARE YOU READY? Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bryant and TODAY'S STOCK, GBAIN MABIITS Rosebarg to Join Mrs. Gertie O'Brien Stapleton, and with her Mrs. J. G. Hall spent the weekend at the Bryant summer home at Upper Soda Springs. JVAtttTS AT A GI.ANCf .: Stocks higher in light trading. fmfm I AllMy of the afternoon. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. O. B. Wilson instead of Mrs. A. I. Austin. Dever Society Dcver Mrs. E. T. Stiles entertained eight members of the Alpha book club at a 1:30 o'clock luncheon at her home last Wednesday. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Albert Campbell, April 8. Orleans Society Orleans Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Andrews entertained some of their neighbors at their home recently with a turkey dinner, honoring Mrs. R. A. Hulburt, Mr. Ed. Deny, Mr. J. Q. Andrews, whose birthdays occur this month. The table was decorated with daffodils and in keeping with St. Patrick's day. Places were fixed for the following, Mr. and Mrs, Ed. Derry, Mr. and Mrs. Ri A. Hulburt, : Mr. and Mrs. James Gregoroff, Mr. State Senator C. D. Stringer of make a trip by auto to San Diego, the Grand Canyon of the Colorado and Yoscmlte national park. They plan to return in about a month. Mrs. Stapleton and Mrs. Williams are natives of Albany and were educated here and have been friends since the days of their childhood. uonas corporations issues risoi under lead of rails. Curb stocks advance In auieti the Lebanon community, candidate for democratic ' nomination for congress, was an Albany business visitor Saturday afternoon. ried Lulu Lewis at Corvallis Sept. 20, 1804. Beside his widow and his mother, he is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Cecil Holloway of Salem, and a grand son. A son died at birth. He is also survived by three brothers, Elvin Carter of Bicklc-ton, Wash.; J. A. Carter of Wells and V. A. Carter of the Palestine neighborhood. Three sisters preceded him in deuth- A brother, Henry, died some 50 years ago. Funeral services were held this altcrnoun from the Fisher-Braden funeral home at 2 o'clock. Rev. Henry Albcrs officiate. Mrs. C. E. Williamson sang. Those in charge of the floral offerings were: Miss Pearl Bailey and Mrs. Eva Toinlinsoii. Interment was in the trading. Call money 1 per cent. Dollar firm against sterling We are showing a splendid line of fine merchandise in FLIES - CREELS , SPINNERS, SALMON EGGS RODS - REELS - BAIT GAFFS TAPERED LEADERS Princess genuine tapered and oil processed lines for trout. Heavy lines and equipment for salmon. . The season opens a week from Sunday. Get ready now. The attontion of particular fishermen is called to my line of tackle and equipment. You need not expect to find here cheap, cut-rate prices on inferior j?oods, for none of this class of merchandise is in. my stock. , Utit for the fisherman who lakes his sport seriously and takes pride in having quality etiuipment, we have something of interest. But, after all, the price is not the main consideray tion. Ior a little more money you get quality that more than off-sets the original cost in the long run, in addition to giving genuine satisfaction when it is in iise, And there is nothing more provoking than inferior fishing tackle. KaM-u Vra Cti French franc recovers part of early loss. f rmm s A. I. Ajnold of Scio transacted business and visited friends in Al-i bany Saturday. Cotton generally lower; March Miss Lola Bray, secretary of the Albany chamber of commerce, re-turnedllast evening from Eugene steady. Rubber firm around 8 points where she had been to attend thci it . higher. state commonwealth conference. Silver at New York 'W:1i cents. unchanged. Mr. and Mis. Crock Isom of Brownsville were in Albany Saturday, looking after property interests here. rn.-.il.. ..!.. ... n..t : luiim.v ijiui 111 mi- iTclli'SUill- rail-'jMl, D,,i D.,fr ,,j J,,.,l. etery. The pallbearers were Pearl,... , ' M,irl- iniol. Hess. Corn New York, March 23. Trading ftvuurted iim.vwr L. M, Curl, former mayor of Albany who has been in the Albany General hospital for the last three weeks for treatment, is expected to be-oble to return to his home about th middle of this week.' Carter, Eslon Carter, ,Lyle Carter, V lightened further on the stock ex Lee Hulburt, J. 0. 8-Vndrevs. J. KL ALLDSOM Vincent Carter, Raymond Murphy and Barney Albers. change today as traders remained on the sidelines awaiting further Win. Murray of Roscburg spent the weekend In Albany on a business and pleasure trip. fc-uropean ovclopments. Shedd Society Shedd Eleven members met at the home of Mrs. Russell Githens. ! ... . "Quality 113 West First St. Tackle For Particular Fishermen" Parts For All Cars Sales on the stock exchange toiled 1,0110.000 shares, against 1,- rta Phone 535-J fUlfOftTldM KttAJf Friday. Marcl 13. for the regular I flllO.000 on Friday. Curb sales were meeting oi me u uo i iio cuio. 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bird and family and E. C. Bird, all of Salem, were in AlbMay yesterday to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Bird. "VI. M. McEway from Portland was among the weekend business visitors making headquarters at a local hotel. 504.000 shares, against 567,000 on (Continued from I'atte One) Krulay. Dow Jones preliminary closing averages: industrial 157.55, up L- 10; railroad 7v!3,' mrr (): titiity 32 24, up 0.48.- Gasoline iurv in! Mi and Mrs. Ernest Moser of Corvallis, missionaries from Cam-eroun, West Africa, presented an interesting program last evening at Ihe First Presbyterian lun ch. Chicago, March 23. Wheat Yu- could find good and legitimate uses for it. . , Lfck of money is reported to bo. one of the handicaps of the Borah campaign. Gov. Girford Pmcliot of Pennsylvania rciAitly urged that Borah avoid a primary contest in that state because of the expense involved. Practical politicians usually reckon an adequate wai chest as half of a political battle. Robert E. Clements, national IWfcstMMry Vmm : Mrs. Marion Griebnnow missionary from Tibet, has .returned to Salem after being a guest nt the home 'of Mr. und Mrs. Lee Hurst while in Albany for the ary convention held at the Interdenominational church last week. The Griebanow family were pas-senders on the same raft with Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Phillip of Albany, son-in-law and daughter t tires slumped to new lows for the season on the board of trade today, losses ranging to more than a cent ( Ml) ( TUNIS We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy and the beautiful floral olterings in the loss of our Verdict 9 to l secretary and co-founder of the' a bushel. Indications or moisture over drought sections of the southeast winter wheat belt and weakness in other grain markets inspired the selling. At the close May wheat was off ai cent, but up more than a cent from the early low. The new crops rownsend movement, still is to be heard from on the matter of uut- of the Hursts, while fleeing from J beloved wire and mother. Chinese communists last fall. They Cyril Kuos and Family, spent 15 days traveling 700 miles; - ""- on the Yellow river. The Griebn I ting the $200 a month brigade in i the Borah parade. Clements is a i former Long Beach real estate op- were I ! cent lower each and near UNAUTHOfttZCP nows are on a year's furlough while the Pillip family is in North Crlilna near the Mongolian border. aH here is hor thy vhcl '-.7- '" TeLecl their bottoms. Corn dipped a4 to fraior. ne was among the first to cent,' oats finished net unchanged I '.cilr .of i!,.ld recognize the possibili- (Continued from Page Quel and rye dropped lns to 1:? cent. 1W to Lillard, member of iiv-a in mi- i uv iiai'iiu 1 uu vuini'il I. Some persons rtmsidecJihn to be at least as powerful us Townsend in the OARP, Inc., inner circle. Townsend's Borah announcement explained there would be no Ellsworth the state -police force, who lives in Corvallis was brought to the Albany general hospital yesterday where he underwent a major operation. His condition was reported as being fair today. doi'e G. Nelson, Salem, republican. Congress, second district: Clint P. Haifht, Canyon City, democrat; C. I. NUki'Hi'ii, llood River, repulfticiin. Congress, third district: Walter Whltbeck, Portland. democat; Charles M. Thomas, Portland, republican. Republican National commit tec-man, Charles L. Paine, EirfcMu. Democratic National committeeman: Dr. C. 13. Cassell. Klamath Kails. ; third party or separate slate of Perry Alfred Carter, 75, a nil- j congressional candidates, support-live of the Palestine neighborhood j ed by OARP. Inc., this year. In the in Hellion coiinlv. died at 5:30 Sat- congressional districts the Town-urtlav evening, March 21. on the ! sendites will follow the proven far whenolie was bornOiulohad I strategy of the late Vayne B. spent all nt his life. Me was born ! Wheeler of Ihe iiti-Saloon January . .UU. hie parents being ; LQKM They will support for con-Tolbei t Carter, now deceased, and K,l-ss. candlriHes tyho endorse the Angeline Carter, who will be 10 i Piston plans, whether they be years old her next birthday and ! 'ipt.blicaits or democrats. That whi eoiilinni.s In reIHe m, . !,wluit worries oiigressional states-m.. ' "'"' "f thpm remember the ii i i '"0MOtwtt.r had spentbi(i , ,-pf whrolor-,, whip, all Ins uctiVe life ; a farmer and . . Word has been received in Albany that Katherinc and Norn Coatcs of Albany, are en route to this country from Antwerp, Bel- O tm known as a worthy and known as a worthy and 'g in DR. 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See the way gored panels shuiHk inward at the waist to give '(Fi'i P 4t slim, enviable . ' Ntuinthir Y. T. I.im. K.D. Physicians HuiUiin ft om 1 and riirfllt'ljtnft mil (his per iml Xt-mv nitn-w. It Ik th lrngk) ehfinRf of llfr. W(rn Phmiltl fur thin norloil with II IIhiimmI Iniittli or itfnitH "lip- mny i'r. Ao.i.T tlmititliti M 2. Venct lan Thcatrr nid . Cor. Firt and lln.lbtn Su.. AN Offico urs; ? tv t mnii nn UMiruui'ti bv sash or blt . its Qi froiA that calls tor superlatives. n HQMiit tli km.l nivfttf"!' lr r0 tiorvoi(fu nnd 1ml inhfti. in in t hi tltiM' hn il-liMu-iot lii lots of them, for m add tion. it s m. lo S ii. m. Tu. j Dr. U H no attut-diir Only. Xeasy lolnO- Could anvthing iir".1 h;-tih loiOjlh' iifliwd. mole invig than tied, Kpif 'f f, CouHatton. HI o o d ItMtt nl iAi llmo nf lllA A U.i i.ir a su ipe or monoione 'OllV wun t'rfirr and urine Tes Frit of L fniiiiB cl RruVlnc (ntn fi) mi.tnhood. for tliovp aim mffiir intm linilaclit. wnk- Chanr. 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