Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on April 1, 1936 · Page 2
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April 1, 1936

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PAGE TWO THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON r WEDNESDAY, APRIL T, 1936 LINN UTILITY anyafoiiage' wUh tlK'r flowers or DeMoloys to Confer r Woman Soldier of '61 Is 111. Div. 14. Any arrangement of bunch flowering types. A. alone; B, with other flowers or foha?e. -n. ,, .. 1 NOTICE TO CITY If your papei l.as 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 Tje Albany pempcraterald j IV '.L J -"-"-""-" """s tiinncnaru win receive the ma or-$3J6,4fll doubles with or without other it v degree of the .Order of DeMo- m I REPORT FILED iCnntfnuff from I'mki. i..r four years and years. ' "The set-up assumed is hypo thetical and may never be at torned." the commission said. "It disregards completely the cxis- . lonrn nf Ihp riiKli ihiil nn linne-m., iJXii Sl Mountain States Power Co., yet assumes that Uic district would se-i cure 80 per cent of the present linspruiwl nntpnti-il rnlnmnr H !ZtCrthetlPwoo m 1 n'ThTso that these would pay the same 'now paid in rural territory served by tne company." ' : -' The commission said it could not recommend a plan of serving tir4qi f, 9 for 26 Jt i :-. i Only woman in the US M ' , Jk f receiving a Civil War jlf 1 pension as a combatant, ft ' 1 Yf i ! "Aunt Julia" Marcum, 1 w If I pictured as she recently m 1 L I observed her (list birth- " .rs. VVy I " ay 'n Williamsburg. I ifJ!ftffM,k9iJ I Ky., is seriously 111. In. f ts" Ml It an 18C1 'ald on llBr I J , - nTNbA I Tennessee li o n) e. " she I f Cty St1 $7 M killed a Confederate sol- I I iHtfae " XJJT ' dler V'th an ax. , I l li b uic vuuii: uiauni m inu aiui i. i accompany. ' i "" Must Build or Buy : . i)iv. 21. Wild flowers. A, separ-Main question to be answered ate Varieties; B, mixed' varieties; in considering the arlvisnhilitv nf r nrmnppmpnt of' wild shrubs. J Albany,' Ore. . PHONE 264-J Over Barrett Bros. Store '. .. Office open 9 a.m. to 5 pjn. Every day, Saturday included. ..-T past seven years, Mr. larsh stated.' Me' will remain oh the coast for the remuinder of the ..your, then returning to his home iii New York City. iiuwcia ui luii-sc Div. 16. Centre piece of flowers for Easter table. Div. 17. Arrangement of Mow- , uiiuui 111. in "eight! B, over 12 in. in height; ... ..U....I A ID i J C, Japanese Quince. Div. 18. A, Primulas in any container; B, Violas in any con- tainer; C, any arrangement of ""y nimiiBt.-iin.-iii. ui hort stemmed flowers; D. blue and yellow arrangement; E, ar- "gt Iff' " using ; Div. 19, Round corsage, lace paper background. Div. 20. Any arrangement copy ing a picture of f lqwers. Picture to I Div. 22.' Arrangement "of any . flowers not previously mentioned. I TOQAY'S STOCK. I GRAIN MARKETS 4 L MARKETS AT A GLANCE By United Press Stocks fractions to more than 3 points higher and slightly more active. Bonds: Corporations higher; U. S. governments irregular. Curb: Higher, quiet. Call money: of 1 per cent. Dollar: Slightly lower, French franc firm. Cotton: 11 to 18 points iowecr. Rubber: Around 10 points high er. Stocks New. York, April l.--Industrial stocks led a broad rise in the stock exchange today, carrying the Dow Jones industrial average to a new high since 1931. Dow Jones preliminary closing averages showed: Inrltistriul, UiH.-98, up 2.64; railroad, 47.70, up 0.77, and utility, 32.43. up 0.50. Volume approximated 1.690,000 shares compared with 1,040,000 shales yesterday. Curb sales weic 401,000 shares . compared with 290,000 shares yesterday. Grain Chicago, April 1. Wheat futures rallied moderately on the board of trade today after new crops again had fallen to new seasonal lows on breaking of the drought in Kansas. At the close wheat was near tile-day's highs. May was up -"'s cent net and about 1 ' cents above the low which was the bottom level since last December. New crops were Wi to 1 4 . cent higher and cent over the lows. Corn rallied 4a cent, oats firmed V4 to as cent and rve rose to cent. FLOOD. POWER k SURVEYS MADE (Continued from Pim Onel Coincidental with this report. several rumors of prospective railway extensions have been current here recently. None, however, can as yet be confirmed. On such rumor concerns a re- I L. 1W1 .&XbXL GUARANTEE "..'- ill r1 Degrees Wednesday .. . 1 IScl1 Willis. PMC, and George lay toniKht at a Dubl e ceremonv at the Masonic TemDle at 8 d. m. Siri- ney Burt, master councilor of Ta-' kena Chapter No.' 796. will confer it J . -..t-:l- nit ucsnt wmcn Slgnines mai these two members reach their! majority this year and cease to be active members in the order. ! Henry Stewart will be installed ! as new master councilor of the u nuw masier councilor ot me chapter by a team of high-ranking state officers from Portlafnd, Cor- vallis. Salem, and Albany. Earl Fortmiller will be installed senior councilor and Kenton Bradley, junior councilor. I An additional feature will be the ! presentation to state master coun- j cilor Ralph Senders of a citation j signifying that he has been nd- judged a "representative De-' Molay," the highest honor that can I come to a member of the or-1 der. John Vannice- will be present- j ed with an "honor key for gaining new members! His will be the fourth awarded to an Oregon De-Molay, the others being held by Ralph Senders, Albany, Robert Zweifel, LaGrande, and Richard Roberts, Medford. The evening will close with a dance in the ballroom of the Masonic Temple. Coyote Trappers Assigned to Linn Linn county losses of cattle due to coyote maraudings are now assured of reduction through a co- . operative arrangement with the U. 0. biological survey, it was an nounced today by County Agent Floyd C. Mullen. I The county agent said that with- j in the last week two additional trappers have been added to Linn county and will devote their work throughout the summer in trapping coyotes. The county agent explained that although the loss from coyotes is not serious in Linn county there continues to be some damage caused by these animals in certain localities. Cattle owners who are experiencing losses from coyotes are requested to contact the county agent, who in turn will cooperate with the federal trapper. Barton Is Honored By Townsend Club William Barton, president of the Albany Townsend club, though absent from the meeting, was honored last evening in recognition of it being his birthday anniversary. The club this morning presented him with a fine basket of candy and a neatly decorated artificial wirehaircd terrier dog, as an' . emblem typifying his vigilance in protecting and promoting the interest of the club. The evening was spent in an informal social way with games including refreshments. Mr. Barton was in the country last evening and was not aware of the honor paid him until his presents were presented this morning. . McDonalds are parents Mr. and 'Airs. R. B. .McDonald are the parents of a seven and one fourth-pound daughter, born to well. Mr. McDonald conducts the meal market in the Groccrveteria. PLAN RITES FOR BABY Burial rites ere conducted by Rev. M. M. Slocker, pastor of the Fir.-:l Presbyterian church, this alternoon at the Houston ccpietcry for Jack Lc Rby. still-born son of Mr. and Mrs. Myran Rainwater. Birth took place at the Albany General hospital yesterday. I Ins was the Rainwaters' liit .child. I ' ' MOTHERS WILL MEET I Announcement was made today j that mothers of boys .and '.gins: playing in the Aloany junior school band will meet Thursday Lroucht to the meeimc. ' Democrat-Herald Want Ads. r Hi-iim. R-i.ii'iK ' ' you DUUBLt PKUltUHUN 5(c. i 5urc-iUU iaii. WEATHER OreEori and Washington: Unset' tied with Occasional snow tonight and Thursday, put .turning to ram in wcsti portion;, slowly . rising temperature; increasing southeast wine? off coast. . . Maximum : temperature yesterday locally, 49 degrees; minimum temperature lasf'night, 32 degrees; river. 4.6 feet. " , : . . . . . Talk Convention Mrs. Walton, department president of the V. F. W. auxiliary; Mrs. Cecllle Hardy, department secretary; and Mrs. Cecille Porter, department 'chief of staff, all of Portland, wei'e-here Tuesday afternoon to confer with local auxiliary officers bri' plans for the state convehtioi. to'be held hero in May.' ;i - ". ;. W.C.T.U. to Meet The W.C.T.U. will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the First Presbyterian church. Mrs. Mary Blair will' load devotionals on the topio".','Temporanco ': and Missions." Wis. 'Sum Cochran will lead the discussion:' Ruftlneu Visitor ' . John Steen, a prominent turkey raiser of the Rock Hill neighborhood south of Lebanon, was ; brief business visitor in Albany on his way to Balom.!!.-. . . r ROLLER SKATING Albany Armory ThursV night '. ' ' .: alp KOAC Profram Tonight Municipal affairs"! to'boais' cussed this evening from 7:45 to B:0a over uac, "jooKing Aneaa w)th League of Oregon Cities" is the subject of discussion'by G, C. fleilor of Bend, ' prcoideiit, of th league, Y:: ,:;, Imw for Portland-i- 5" V ; " ' L. 'J. Bird, ' autaV ' salesman' for tlie Albany Auto corffphny,1 has wpn first honors in the number of Chevrolet cars he has sold and is leaving this afternoon for Portland to receive hfs award this rvenlng at' a meeting Of the 100 Chevrolet club banquet and program. He is to be accompanied by his family. Had Weather In Portland ' C. M. Dblarhldo and E. E. Mat-ioi., local' realtors, returned last evening from Portltihd. They report tjuite a now storm 'in Portland and fof msny ' miles this side. - We have u lialicut for each member of the family. Try us. Terminal fiorber Shop. a 1 From Portland- ' E. P. Murphey and L. E. Jtwctt from Portland were among the business ' visitors ' spending last night night in Albany. Visitor lu Albany-Laura 'June Schriofcr of Co-quille was among' the visitors spending' last night in Albuny. ' From Oakvllle " Rev. E. J. Clark, pastor of the Oakvllle Presbyterian church, was an Albany business visitor this forenoon. On Business Trip J. L. Stuart, local insurance man, left tills morning for Port land and way points on u biuiiiessl trip for the day. ' " j iinTriirTv IUE.I!I I ivirti i.iiti mniiL ur gives f Itexall Products, guaranteed on a money-back basis, prelect Special MASCAL'S ALMOND . LOTION Fine for hands and rough skin and an excellent powder base: Liberal, full size Cft 16-oz bottlo ........ OUC TALCUM POWDERS Orange Blossom, liose) Jasmine, Lavender and other" odors. Good quality, your choice at ........ 25 c Prepared eiDeciolly for itoga and icreen itart. tti rich oil help keep ikin cteon toft .end youthful!v imoolh. Try a pound tin now en thti ip-ciol offer. Save 26c! valus 110 of one cent 19 - 3S I p ToiSet LORIE TOILET SOAP By Lone Perfumers Handsome box of six bars of fine toilet soap for 59c GYPSY CREAM An antiseptic lotion excellent for superficial . skin irritations and lor sunburn. Soothes, cools, protects. " Per bottle . , 50c Minister Reelected By Ookville Church Oakvllle. (Special) At the annual congregational meeting of the Willumette Memorial church, Oakvllle, Tuesday evening. Rev. E. J. Clark was re-elected as pastor uy a unanimous vole. Reports show all departments of the church to be in a healthy conoiuon. The treasurer reported the mission budget overpaid and all expenses for home work paid with $zug in tno treasury. Officers . re-elected were C. H. Brown, chairman; Mis. George Adams, secretary; .Mrs. George Millhollcn, treasurer; Victor Yates, .chorister; Mrs, Victor Vatcs, pianist. Otto Stockton and Willard Brown were elected trustees. Election of officers for the Bible school resulted in M. S. Coon for superintendent; Ralph Miller, as sistant superintendent: Vernita Coon, pianist. ' Directors of music for the following year are: Floyd Bulman, Mrs, Elmer Sherer, and Mrs. J. S. rayior, eacn to serve in his re spective turn. - - I he business meeting followed dinner served fn the- church din ing room witli 75 seated at the table. BRUNO TO DIE FRIDAY NIGHT (Ccintinut'd ttom 1'jue One) liberating the Wendel case at 8 1). m. Fridav the execution nirnin will bo delayed. I can legally post pone It until the end of the week mid if, on Saturday night, (here is "till no decision, I will ask Justice Thomas' W. Trenchard for an opinion whether his death order inchnt that the end of the Week is Saturday midnight -ur' Sunday midnight." IIOHI.ONTAI. - ' New Answer fo (creating the district, the report continued, was whetner lower rates could be obtained or service extended without increasing rates. Rates could not be cut, the commission pointed out, until the consumption of electric power was increased or indebtedness retired. If the district planned to own and operate its own distribution system, the report said, the Mountain States' holdings would have to be purchased or condemned, or a competing system built. With Mountain States' service extending into Marion, Polk, Benton, and Lane counties, the commission said it could not estimate what damages would be charged for equipment the district would not need. "The district with its wide expanse of thinly settled rural territory presents a much different problem than has been successfully met in (he cases of some municipalities tftat undertook operation of competitive systems," the report said. "The decision of the people on the matter of whether or not the district shall be formed is not necessarily the vital decision. The creation of the district does not, of itself, embark the people on a program of ownership and opera tion of a power ' project. If an election is held on the question oi iorming tne district, and elec tion of directors thereof, no bond issue or question of policy in the matter of position or construction of an electrical distribution system will be involved in. such nine. tion.. Should the district be creat ed, .. an organization would be available for making a complete investigation of the possibilities oi acquiring electrical facilities. The decision as to whether or not thd' district shall be formed must be made by the people of the tor. ritory." : Signing -the -report were A. J Derby, Hood ' River, chairman George W-' Joseph, Portland, ylce- cnnirman and unarles E. stricklin. Salem, secretary. FLOWER SHOW . TO OPEN FRIDAY '.Continued from Pane On) in each vase. Div. 8. Double, Narcissus any immocr. Div. 9. Polyanthus Narcissus (Bunch flpwerjng), three in each vase. Div. 10. Minature daffodils, five in eacn vase. Section No. 2 (Exhibitors are to furnish con tainers in this section), decorative classes. Accessories may be used. Div. 11 Hyacinths,' any color or numoer. Div. 12. Any arrangement of Trumpet Daffodils. A, alone; B, ...:!. ..I U .1.. Willi ULIIlMa alUWL'15 Ul XOtlUgC. " Div. 13. Any arrangement of In- comparabilis. Lecdsi or Barrl. 16 Name. 17 Il11111. il. IS To prevent. 20 Pitcher 21 Orean. 22 Sailor. 2.1 Label 24 NlRht before. 2.1 Humble. 2ii To piece out 27 Persons with red linlr. 29 l.'onjunciloii. 32 To adorn with slurs , :!:) Perforated. 35 Attitudinized. 37 Forsaken. 3s Particle. 3S Caterpillar hair. 10 F.lderly matron. 5 .41 Evils. 12 Verbal, f 43 Prong. willow. 3 Christinas carol. ' 4 Blood 5 Helmed en the mother's side. 6 Flightless ' birds. 7 Forest. S Snnl.0. 9 Part of the eye. 12 H Is .1 line 46 Silkworm. Wines for Family Use, 25c per pint and up THIS COUPON AND 49c puted plan for extension of the them at 6 a. in. todav in the Al-Oregon Electric Sweet Home b.any General hospital. Mrs. Mc-branch up the Quartzville river j Donald and little Janet Joyce to tap a large tract of valuable, wt,rc D0in reported to be doing entitles you io a full pound tin of 03 THEATRICAL COLD CREAM regularly 75e 2 a -all Cah redemption is-j: . From Nashville . Mr. and Mis. E. IV Walling of Nashville, Lincoln ' county were among the out of town visitors in Albany lust night. . Visitors In Albany Mrs. Fred Mussnn and two children of Mount Vernon, Wash., were visitors in Albany lust night on u trip through the state. Business Visitors H, A, Hollistcr and K. P. Ruber, public accountants of Portland, urrivud in Albany last evening to work for a local firm. Sort Born- ; Mr. and Mrs. Leland Wells of Jefferson became the parents of an 8-pound son tills morning ut the Albany General hospital. tihrllchs Have Daughter " '' Mr. un'd Mrs.' Hugo, Ehrlieh of Albany are the parents of an 8 -pound rhughtcr; born to them this morpinjj at'fnc Albany deneral hospital. ' ; "' ' '" '', .;' ' 1 At Albany General Ed S. Hawker of Albany was admitted ro the Albany General hospital yesterday to receive med ical treatment. Thomas, son of Mrs. Claire Aldrich of Albnny underwent an operation for the removal of his appendix yesterday at the same hospital. Here visiting Mrs. Webley Edwards of Hono lulu arrived in Albany this week end to visit for the next two months with her parents. Mr. ;md Mrs. Hockey E. Mason. Mrs. Ed wards will be Joined by Mr. Ed wards the latter part of her visit and they will both return to f!ic islands early In June. To Hold Party The Pythian Sisters will hold llieir weekly card parly tonight at ; tne iv oi f. nan, second unci uyrai streets. Pinochle games will be played throughout the evening. Visits Relatives George W .Marsh, a nephew of H. A. Marsh of Dever, visited briefly ut the Marsh home Satin -dny. Young Marsh grew up in Shelbyville, Tenii., and nfler finishing the secondary schools there ho was graduated from business college at Boston. Mass. He then began work with the - General Electric Company of New York. He 'Is now traveling auditor for the company and has-been em ployed by the company tor tne THIS CRISP SPRING FltOt'K IS EASY TO MAKE A JOY TO wear: Pattern 2(iHK Simple yet simply lovely, tlu-gracious lines of this soft .Noung frock which one might wear fur the most important afternoon or any ufternoon. You can wear it for sports occasions, too. if you pick a sporty fabric such as tie silk, novelty synthetic or linen. Who wouldn't feel guv, and pretty smart with a collar and perky bow-tie of crisp pique next to her face'.' What fun you'll have following the simple pattern, for Step-by-Stcp Sewing Instructions are included to guide you every inch of the way. They show you how to achieve a porky puffed sleeve, or thai very swish, flared one. Want to rival even the garden's blooms? Then choose a printed foulard or cotton, or a guy, solid color crepe. Pattern 2688 is available In sizes 12. 14. 16, 18, 20. 30, 32, 84, 36. 3R nnd 40. Site 16 takes 3li yards 36 Jn fabric and -S yard contrast; Send FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) In coins or stamps (coins preferred) for this Anne Adams pattern. THIRTY CENTS (30c) for both. Wrilo plainly nniv.e, address and -via number. BE SURE TO STATE SIZE.. Re sure to order OUR SPRING TTURN BOOK for smart new ' 0es that'll fit you and your .! to a "T't Gay, practical ,."( to cheer you at work. Love-''ly frocks and sports clothes 'hill or you at play. Collars, i.v,.-. skirts for multiplying cos-ni .. Chic slenderizing styles. iMcins for tots. Fabric and ac-i s . i v news. PRICE OF HOOK i ir-TKEN CENTS. BOOK AND A PATTERN TOGETHER, TWEN- 1 Y-FIVE CF.NTS. Addicss orders to Democrat-Hai-bM Pattern nnniHmanl 'A timber In the vicinity of Mt. Jef ferson. Another report involves alleged plans for construction of a railway up Thomas creek, originating at West Scio. This likewise has not yet been authenticated.-. . - TO BROADCAST The Albany college male quar tet and soloists will feature in to- nicht's mnnthlv hi-n.iHmJt nf .i,n: college from station KOAC. Cor- vallis, at 8:30 p. m. Fred W. Neal will accompany the quartet and Martin J. Schultz will announce. The musical program will consist of four quartet selections, and solos by Peter Larson, bass, and ! Julian Bryant, baritone. ' Monarch Dawson's Drug Store Previous 1'uile i.ii rtmrmrrpn 7; F (&odaii Fashion 3iud - j at 4 p. m. ut the Central school. It SWIMMERS WILL MEET I was stated that the young musi-Announcemcnt was made today ', rin Hiemlvi' .will not be 1 i n lOinL II v t 1 oBlo iElfiJaBLOC H E jJOfft A P T LjlF i N E R LDffVAL T0f &Irt A N EjBfOiN AfusHFAitlj VIEjEpT I If lE'B sTOte- g Hio cim that the Hostess House swimming ! class win meet ai usual at 1 p. m. , tonight at the Hostess House, witn Edith Itoar In charae , 3 .-' ' I 1, 5 New ruler of i Great Britain. 10 Also, 11 Hangman's knot. 13 Prophet. 1:1 To. espouse. 14 Willi. 15 Thick shrub. It! It Is. 17 Until. " 19 Inelegant. 2:1 He Is a world 28 To cure for 45 To harass. HH'ilU Inally. 47 Moloily. 29 Hutch measure 4 S To decay. 30 To summon 49 Furnished -. forth. wllli guns. 60 Cround. 5i He Is . 02 Ho was formerly the 1'rlnce f VKI.TM'.M, 2 Virginia 31 (Jl'Utt'llllR. 33 Concocted. 34 To tlnlsh. 35 Kettle. 36 Cry of sorrow. 40 Drone bee. 41 Speck. 44 Short letter. . 1 f I lu-! icli H- LU rt a- i L. 1 tiNjgt? eIaIuBo EllME IlDjDnf LIEIAIR NOT DA R I KIT H Kl FIN ME , fit 1 v SIHIAIMOc 0 Iwlofgli-lpr Hotel a Q SAN FRANCISCO'S .distiucave down, town hotel where elegance combine's with economy. Rooms are comfortably, furnished, all with bath and shower. Convenient to shopping district and theatres, . Excellent meals at moderate cost. The only dou iilou n hotel irilb a beautiful private gardeL . ".. ' ' ' ' f '- ' FIVE !siifli'ti: SEVEN crown r"'fSc CROWN BLENDED BLENDED Alp 0 i- .50 i One Person $3.50 Two Persons Moo. T in anil FREE GARAGE TO TK.tXMT GI FSTS 750 SUTTER 'STREET Bet-ween Ttylor ad Joaei Geo. T. Thompson, Minigeij " TT7 73 " p.'SKtiv. 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