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Albany, Oregon
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Wednesday, March 25, 1936
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1 PAGE TWO THE ALBANY D E MOCRAT-H ERA Up , ALBANY, OREGON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1936 ! ttr T 1ir:.,U4 IT.. Cn.ln D,.l. , AT INCOMPLETE SHOWING AT VENETIAN ?' last Wtrtn"dav evening, am .vi-y t I.t on ar. f.heir regular mcnthly meeting. After sn eptn d.icuts'.on on the ' ; ipioxres tnd care of their live-' TOfJAY'S STOCK. (RAIN MARKETS f'iclal visit snd the evening was I ncnt in nmaustic work cl the or stuck the meeting was adjourned j SEWS OF XEAliliY XElfjllIJUIillOOUS Irs. Elnsihan Lowe presided ;and the remainder of the evening 'was spent in games and contests ::r ranged by the hostess. rum. Alfred Alford, Mit. Edna Alford and Mrs. Jane Curtis, went to Albany Thursday on a business mission regarding a pen-, sion. . Dr. E. W. Lazell, president of the Oregon Agate and Mineral Society and Dr. H. C. Lake, editor of the Mineralogist, both of Portland, were here Saturday to look NOTICE TO CITY SlQjSCRIBKRS If your pzjper not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 8:00 o'clock call D. M. Rohrbourh. 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 it the close of the meeting Ingram complimented the on the excellence of th! Mrs. Edna Forbes of Aland Mrs. J. W. Kins were and taff woik bany 4 MARKETS AT A GLANCE (Br failed Pre I Slocks ;jj'ance unacr lead of auRmobiithares. Bonds irregular: Italian bonds -ecover after early losses. , Woman's Albany College annual Rummage Sale. Ai- , bany Hotel BIdg.. next Fri. and Lebanon carol Harold and Clifford ivioo.v spent part of last week at me heme of their parents m North LfcDLixn. They will enroll for the ptmg term at Oregon State college early this week. guefts. Mrs. ong of Tilla-' ovcr tnc mineral collection be- . aheridan sai., .Marcn it and sa. mZo-5 vcr at the i IUIJf1"5 iv fu-? mook was a r(ab:nl I I Curb irregularly higher.. j I .Call money Ja of I per cent ! On Official Business home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Cruson. Dollar firm; French francs re- Frank C. Pursley of Eugene. deputy internal, revenue collector (cover part of ea'Iy loss. -Mrs. Charles bnyder and son, Linton, who is a student at the University of Oregon, came toO Harrisburf oi this district, arrived in Albany I , . . last evening to spend the day herei Stocks Gail Jacobs, daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Jacobs, was taken to a hospital at Eugene Sunday, suffering from : a case of pneumonia. She and a sister, Shirley, both have vcre cases oi .the measles and one developed into pneumonia. Miss Gertrude Starr is in an Albany hospital recovering from an operation for appendicitis. ' few days be- Harnsburg ine t. u. gins on official business. j New York, March 25.-Autonio- I bile shares led a rally on ale stock Father Adopts Son i exchange today and it recovered I K"nneth Langley. adopted son nearly all the losses made yester- lore the opening of the spring , nolo, a at. r-aincK s party rriuay ..:m at the University. : . . a1 the homo ui M,ss in,d THE WEATHER Oregon: Unsettled tonight and Thursday, with snows over mountain nf rifirth nnriinii' (ruAiina Larson, mere were seven mem oi Clarence and Lillian Sehoen-j day bers present and Mrs. Willa Huston of Eugene attended. Mrs. O. Fritz v as a special guest. As this was Mrs. Geralcfine Douglas' Mr. ancTMrs. Jack Elliott were among those who attended V.e .ipring opening in Albany Friday j evening. ' i Mrs. Dew ey Ball of Portland is temperature tonight; fresh nh- j berg, has been legally adopted byj Railroad and utility bonds and west wind off coast. Maximum! his father, Clarence Langley, of j stocks were slow to Join the yjrturn temperature yesterday 52 degrees. ( Wasco and has been sent to live j but there was no particular pres-Minimum temperature last night. with his Grandmother Langley inisure on them. Gains elsewhere 30 degrees. Rainfall .1 of an inch. ' California. I ranged to more thar points. River 3.7 feet. I Dow Jones pre;ninary closing , LAUREL, CLU. T ,ME(?, Announcement was made towy birthday a cake was presented, a week end visitor at the home of ' her, and several presents were giv-: that the Laurel club of the.R.N.A. en her. The next meeting will be , a.?i tomorrow, at tne nome 01 From Oakland i averages showed industrial 157.88 Mrs. Georgia Blount, at 314 Ells-. wnrth !rect. Earl Mnrri anrt Rv F.oii Mo i up 1.32, railroad 47.56 up .03, Utll Report HI fit-mo- fmm Or. H:, nrl ( )rr. w(,rB k. . itY 32 3PJD -30. iudee of Linn countv is reDorted i visitors spending last night in Al- i Volume approximated visitors spenaing lasi nigni in Al-i "- at ine nome ci Airs. i. i. aui. Tommy Sommerville and Mar- i garet Moore, students attending ; the Monmouth normal, are home for the spring vacation. Guy Grable came home Friday f& a week end visit with his family. He is working for the state ) , bany. 'shares compared, with 1,900.000 ; shares yesterday. Curb sales were I ROLLER SKATING 447,000 shares compared with 507,- j seriously in at nis nome near Al bany. I ; Thurs.. Mar. 26. Albany Armory. j "hares yesterday. Little need .ft say that the pjfture is of Ginger Rogers and Fred mop K. I. Mishler and A. Olson of Eugene were among the guests spending last night at a local hotel. Astalre but the nautical garb r? explained by the fact that it's a scene from "Follow the Fleet" which opened Wednesday at the Venetian theater for a four day ruje. her parents, Mr- and Mrs. R. S . .Weeks. Raymond Butler nas been a pointed field worker for the American Guide, a six volume encyclopedia which contains va!u-i&.c information on the United States, and will begin to collect data on the history, ethnology, scenic attractions, educational advantages, resources and industries of Lin county which will be for-.varded to Washington to be .included ih the Oregon ection of the publication. Mr. dr.d Mrs. Monty Sein of Sprmsiicld drove to Lebanon on Thursday evening and were ;uAts at the home of John S'jn.mers. r. Mr. Sein returned to Spmgf ield wil remain until the middle of wil lremam until the middle of the week. I Mrs. Lester Wilcox and Mrs. Frank Mnyer were Albany shoppers on Saturday afternoon. president, presided at the meeting ANNOUNCEMENT Marion Arnold, formerly with the Super Curline Beauty Shop, is now located in the Bunfori Beu-ty Shop. Miss Arnold cordially invittaj all her friends and -'tuitrGrs-to make appointments 'ith her as usual in the , new location. CARD OF THAjtfS We wish to express our appreciation to the friends and neigh-bo who so kindly assisted us in our recent bereavements Also for the beautiful floral offerings. The Carter Family. cbr couaa $X&$0t- The regular meeting of the city ctuncil is scheduled to be Oicld this evening at 7 o'clock. during which the year books were istnbuted and the program topic I I Grain Chicago. March 25. Bearish tendencies prevailed in wheat futures on thO Board of Trade today, prices dipping to within fractional limits of the seasons lows. A moderate rally near the close tempered some of the losses. May finished H cent lower, July cent lower and September J cent lower. Corn was unchanged to ceA lower, oats were down ' cent and rye was to I'i cents lower and at new lows. ravelogue in American Cities.' was introduced ft a very inter highway department. TSiss Ruth Crawford came home Friday from McMinnvilie. where .she is attending college, with a case of measles. The W. (ij T. U. met at the Methodist church Friday. Mrs. D. G. Clark gave a report of the convention at Salem. Mrs. D. D. Carr repeated the Bible chapter she plans to give in the coming . contest. - There will be five com-' peting. Mrs. Addie Elliott sang a solo. Mrs. Pearl Grimes read a . story about the propaganda to increase the use of marihuana by the youth of the land, stating j that it has been put in candy and (cigarettes.. ' Miss.Marcaret Cramer has eont? esting paper by Mrs. Ralph Jtrei i Mrs. Lewis Bennett gave several Lebanon Society Frd O. Thompson of Portland is among the out-of-town business visitors spending the day in Monoay evening f readings on trie subject oi cities. Lebanon. On Mr Rsvmrmrl Zimmerman en- one oi wnicn was enutiea uy tirlain.H a hriHp with tU'O tahles ' ROOfS. ' (Corfnucd from Pare On) in olav during the evening. Spring! Twenty-six members were pres l&unton Beauty S&qp ' Over Venetian Theater" i'hoae 15-j , Amor A. Tussing, attorney of er.t. . llowers aoout tne room ana at. Halsey and Brownsville, v. 9 in cal rearrangement of the building PnlrirWe Dav scores were . in I An unusuaj exhibition was he'd Albany yestM-y afternoon on ! (he speaker stated. Proper rooms ; t the Christian Church o:: Thurs- Keeping witn tne season. i (Jarr proxeseio! business. will be provided for work in do- Knllnwinff tne close ol oiav. i l mestic scicniUs. chemistry and dayvhen Lebanon people had tl.e 1 salef " wor lne slale aSe&7 for StimBOft opportunity to see baby rfn. cme a honors went to Mrs. Jack anoy and to Miss Kathleen Skinner. Mrs. Cedric Brandeberrv assist - W have a hair cut member of the family. Terminal Barber Shgp. new dolls, rag dolls and some that I . " " Tfrnirtry"1 nr-""- "' 'agr ' u"'n ir each I physics. Toilets will be provided Edith Marquart. Bernice Morton Try uson each floor of the building, a bi(and Harold Frazee of trie Leaftue m25 clvance over the basement only: of fivangclical Studfcnts at Albany plan in the old building. (college . conducted a service at i The latest io two-way public Fairview School last Sunday. Ju- ed the hostess in serviny coffee; Harrisburg. Special) A was circuited the latter part and ices at the end of the evening have known the musty air of trunks for several years. A large number of dolls were on display in the different sections and ribbons were awarded to the besi in i of last week asking that fed-: cral court gave consideration to Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jackson left address systems wifl he a feature dith Severson, teacher at the Madison school ccomDanicd the this noon fur Dallas to attfid th;Ot tiff- hn school mnrtiin spaa Mrs. James O'Hara was a hostess n the members of tne funeral of Mrs. Jackson's sister, ing up cianmunfcation Betteen group. Talks ere ivn by 4ss Mrs. Addic Launncr. standing in this . community had , each group. A silver tea and candy been good for many years. tsale was held in conjunction with Tiis is an outgrowth of Miss i the ojnybit also were vervsuc- executive committee of the Ladies id society of the Presbyterian rooi nd makin possible aen-i Marquart and Srazee. Topic were: jeral announcemwts and prcrams "The Bible in Tms of Tempta-! without callina) an a-tbly. Ltion" and "Tha Bibla Stand." Hu cnurcp at ner m- on OJ beins accuscd bv bank,ffj. cessful i he Berean society was rt I f I. T)..., 1 J . Tkl K U mr.Unjx dirU trin nil'. . . fc,.... u.avA r.wi,ntnA at one ociock. me aiieinoon dj . . . . .,, ii .....j. m rhari. ih miprxnm vt aienl in business plans- ial aent in the insurance business. P'W-d of Maxtne "lenbe.:, Edith I 8arie llubbftl and Sliztbeth is speMina the day in llny con- Anlcrson and Dorothy Nash, Larsen, accorwanicd by Irs. ' for several years from the Har- Miss Isabel Van Waning of Warehouse & Lumber ' Woodburn was a guest at the Joel - l isWjrg ferring with local neni. plsd with a group of popular i Charles Leonard conducted rej Mrs. Clare H- Starrett, a rccnt : soni, accompanied by Jamie ttti.l Ijr Suridy school service at Dcvc bride, ws an honor guest at a I tie .Birchf laid. tiencral chair- school last Suhday aftarnoon r-howcr at ie home of Mrs. Dolph Alfred Preerltsa of ShcW wasman, and a'loyd Hoiaman, finance Appointments have been mde ccmpany, and which apparently is . Mayer home over the week end. still before the court. It was sigri- A 6:30 o'clock dinner m honor cd by a large number of residents, 'of Mrs- Edna Ingram, grand co.i- ' ' cucrre.-3 of tie Order of the Eas-.- Dcmcciut-HcrnldfiWant Ads. 'ern Star, was held preceding the Wring Pestil'v 1 1 'special meeting of Marguerite among the out-(-aoan Busmasa chirmai lor tnc spring oaeninf for services at Liberty naxt Sun day worning, and at DX-ver and Mt. visiters in Albany this forenoon. held last Friday unnar suiatli oi i , . . .. the Lions club and local mer-ii&tm HBaftaj ' chants, reported the oaenina a suc- Pleasant Sunday afwmoon. H. L. McV'sdden of Eine S nt cuess and that a sizeable balani liftt night in Ailany on a business of funds remainc. The balance fta-O'iaCwut and pleasure trip. . ,wai definitely earmarked for use . , in tagin future openings. REDUCED PRICESALE RSJDr4TIAL LOTS' Reeves on Wednesday evening when Mrs. Reeves, Mrs. Lloyd Tucker, Miss Mary McGowan and Miss Mary Clem entertained for her. About twenty friends were biddi to the affair which was in the nature of a surprise. The construction of a booklet for the bride was a feature of tl'c evening Qfter which Miss Irene loore was heard in a vocal solo. 'You Are My Song of Lvc," w?th Miss Lena Medlcr at the piano. Mrs. Starrett was assisted in opening the gifts by Hilly Reeves !ind Jack Tucker, who played a prominent part fi J the arrange-mcnts for the party 111 her honor. Refreshments were served by the hostesses late in the evening. nM4Vt M I Two door, prizes were given as! - Bert Ufarrimn, n ,iTiVjye of the a result of a mix ip in dates. Holt! Albany high school sophomores Mounun Slates Ww ctany ,jtiftr getting one fri tity ! will. grnl tirdw Le-. for rnnny years, is Teported ill at Hamm and Linden Launer one Lawe' ory of why Dn CujMa .lbav Ctghue a, ill sell any or all of the Lots and Parcels. o J.Lstfd Below at very Attractive Prices from C. Von Hickman. the killer, was iven a life sen his home in (his t$y. We like to associate with people who are friendly and easy to get along with ...... but have pronoenced traits of chfrracter. You wiii like Bohemian Clab becauw it a rkndfy beer . . . MELLOW from months of careful agting. . . . . a beer with CHARACTER, a different flavor. SOtD IN EVERY CONVENIENT SIZE GLASS CONTAINER . Itarica in Sina itrnf prison as their l.Wt Mats' I contrilon to tha high school Dance at Fairmont postponed until Fri, Apr. 3. m25-20 S.ilcm. On. March 25. Death I carnival scheduled for Friday I.oln I, S. 4. Blk. 25, Haul-wood Aridn. Lot 6, Blk. 4. Linnmunt Addn.. Albany. r . Tart of nitc. 40, MoiitcHh'i Southtrn Arfifn. IU f and !. Illk '.'I. So. Altianr. freed James Mcintosh, SO, from iniajht at the armory. Ixt 10r Bik. i. MoucW Addn. Ixt 7. Blk. 5 inrl Lot 3 Blk. !. Winona Park, Lots 1 ani 2. B'.k. 98 Monteith'i So. Addn. Lots 7 and ft, B!k. 3, Cohra Park Addn. L.ji 3 and B!k. 9, So. Albany. bludenls taaing part: Bob Dcv- MK4t Ttrefc 'ho state penitiwtiary today.- Mc-The Western Star; 4-S Dairy ', Intush wai received at the prison and Sheep club members gathered ' May 23, 1914,-'frorri Multnomah at the" home"' of -Lnrvtta Ohling. county imdcr a life' sentence for Saturday evcnfeig March 21 fori mnrd'-riiiR his witi tSilif IfQl'llSl' N'i 7 and S Blk. 9f, Mon- tell 4 So. Addn T!ie home of Mrs. Hugh Kirk Lot 8. JJik. 19 City View Addn. . FARM PROPERTIES ' i Patrick was the scene of the bi- monOily luncheon meeting of Chapter V, P. E. O.. with Mrs. 40 Acrva nar Lebanon. 3 j "Acre I'olk County near Dallas. ft..i! Acrv I'irtle Ikme Tract. is Acre Stock Kanch near Mountain Heme. . ... , . Knkpatrick and Mrs. Lester Wil L a g- e cox as hostesses St. Patrick's Day e r - S'OKANf t W t R I t S favors and, spring flowers were CALL OR WRITE ALBANY COLLEGE. ALBANY, OREGON. used about the rooms. erell, Clarence BurcS, Mirvm 5enbera, Erros Penland, ftth Burton, Joan Anderson, Helen fferrilli arii Mark. Sari 1-broo"k, Rolin Castlund. Pred 'Anderson, Nancy Vfr, 'Ltille Coatcs, Virginia Butts, Laurence Sk'Aaratroai.. Merle Lfcvid Niclman, Junior Hamm. Gilbert in. Edith Gilchrist. Ollivene Sleitel. Carolyn Camptiall, Dorothy Metzgar, Mildred Aya. Marie Gourley, Jean Dawson, Vlorencc Horning, Lcrline Falk, Dorothy Sheler. Jessie Campbell, Warion Graham, Sally Dartchar. Mabel Korstep, Kathleen Willard, Margaret Fox, Virginia Hackleman, Shirley Spear, Virginia Brinson. Honitf Hogevoll. Gcraldine Tycer. Eddie Goman Bob Spence, Darwin Packard. T-eroy Warner, Bernard Vrcll. Don Aladdox. Blevins LewellinR. Eugene Mitchell, Bruce Mrs. Griffith C"wajH. the new Try this unique aid to nosa nd upper K " where most I 4 T2 I tot The remarkable tuccets of Vicki drops hat br6ught tcorct bt imita tions. The trade mai Va-tro-nol 11 your protaic:-tion in ayttita this ciclu-tive Vickt fotatuta. ?S.i-!5!'irvafil,.. VJWi'.'Lt - oldfe start. It, timely II J revenf m r .a use neips p VlCRG tany colds. JtM a frw iropt up each nrnMril IN 45 DELIVERED ALBANY 0NLYS714 Davis. Earl Holbrook. Birl Bacon. Bud Tucker, Benry Morrison, Allen Miller. Dean Scars, in SPECIAL EVENT! .. V ' (Continued from I'm &c) New Spring that men disabled by war serm j ire given proper care, and that -ldows(hd orphans of the World w ar reccivrfSrat least as much con-. sideiation Tiom their government ' us have those similarly situated as the lesult of other, wars j Community service cntirise I that have been fostered by the j Legion include construction of FO A 1936 FORD V-8 TUDORSEDAW ' " " ' - ' V ' ' (Si . ' . "" " In Silks, Values to $7.95 Nice assortcnt of other prints up to $16.(K) AM55ALL THESE PLUS VALUES IN ANY FORD V-8 public facilities such as parks, swimming pools and playgrounds, promoting of anti-accident, disease Immunization and general heal'h campaigns, the speaker related. Commander Kochn urged the local American Legion post to cooperate whole-heartedly with the Red Crtrss In raising funds for flood relief. i "When the present centiiry rolls by," Cc mrQrier Kochn said in conclusion", hen the last Legionnaire will have pitched his tent on that eternal campaign ground at the bivouac of the dead, then the (mill history of the American Legion can be etched 6n the pluque of time. "In that history bur name. I believe, will not be remembered for 'iili tt",ruc'lon 'e have wrought Q there, but for the constitict-as: monuments of peace. wc hav( si AT NO EXTRA.C0ST !- O Free SPECIAX O Pnjje Lovely SilkSlipp Crepe. and Satins in tea rose, white and maize $&.95 Action on all 4 wheels. im here Koehn wjJI Vbvak vni radio sta- Sf9ty glss 1t around, and a 9 iOB)rjaia?lrj tbSt OJCJOS. 6.09 16-Inch Air-bffilli0 Tirj) (JS5 horsepower V-type 8-cylifider engine with dual down-draft ca() . buretion. T . " ' " AT today's lo0Ford prices, you get the ftnjA Ford car everbuilt. Finest in engine performance, handling ease; roominess, riding quality, tefrty, and finest by far in beauty. Drill this Fortiyj-8 before you choose a new car. Note its low price litlittrtj aJ rtaJy to drift. And remember how much all-round value far trnKJ the price it gives you. Arrange for a demoqstra-lion now. vni'n Vn B n JIF 4 FR tion KOINVdm umorrow from 5 4S to 5 'M on the Red Cross flood rrliel mil oSwper-Safrg)- Brakes witia nwtro to 3ri surtac pj-T fVMiid iCf cssfi i?j;ht ti)aa coo wwder SlJ) Centerpi;tor Ride paxset gers cradled r it cen springs on aj spriwjhase almoepnjcrt Q:aq2)heelb5 li ive Silent helical gears for all spec1 O.. WOMAN ASKS UA.MAGKS i Mury 1,. H.irris has fileftoiult m circuit court lieie asking JjudK-ment of (I'KUO damages maiiist the Hunt Transfer company, whose liui k. she nllrues. crashed into her aiitoinnbiligiit Thud and Kerry streets here March 6. iii(tn.tiii up o THE 0NLY10W:PRICED CAR WITSgENGINEg First and Hroadalbin Strrrta W)m.. i-sr. I 'ft Tae Air f r itapfnr Orrhtf. Sandi on In. pcisunal iiuucs and riaiu 1 aging her car. 0 0

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