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Albany, Oregon
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Thursday, April 2, 1936
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12 PACE TWO .THE ALBANY 0 EM O (TR A.T H ERALD, ALBANY, OREGON u "tnnurn fflfiiiri "u " THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1936 MsaBgamgauXjjflfluif ' ' V4JJ ; VTvOa&rWi&im&em honors 'us a was awarded first talesman. Baitif.ll . MTCD 80 k 880MiatM Jmittcd in August, Mullen said. ". mgk mm a rnxm t rn i 1 !n all, the counlf at believes. Vera Stretz Faces Court'as Slayer" ocTety the nt", prnsram will prove of rv.sifiai avwT tCuutmuvil UglM i auv Uwi . t i legumes and other soil building i Mildred White, at Suntn Anu, Cal.; : daughter Mis. Leta Colro in .V third; nnd a slep:on, Harold Scholcy, at home. Two brothers, C'.uey at Portland, and 3.1ms Coucy, Oregon City, togeth-ii Iwo sisters, Mrs. Lillian Atthtson, New Jersey, and' Mis. i.ui.e Gently, Pui tiund, also On Official Business Fred E. Taylor, traveling passenger agent for the Southern Pacific, spent last night in Albany on official business. i NOTICE TO CITY 4 . : SUBSCRIBERS . If your paper lias not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 o'clock call D. M. Rohrbouih. Phone 718-Y find a copy will be delivered by special carrier. Report all other complaints to the office, ; ' Phone 15 The '-"Albany- -Democrat-Herald Devcr Society KWi "c;;I benefit to agriculture. nufi storms cf the r.iidaie west and southv.'esihave taught us the hi'rm that cames from abuse of '.he oil," the county agent commented. "We have also learned ol Dover.- The recently organized club of the Conner district met at '9 : on land thut is now devoted -aising of grains, rye grass and hoi t:ops which take from the oil more than they return to it. The total rainfall in Albany for the month of March," according b the report from the local govern-; ment weather buraau.' was 2.42 inches or 1.51 inches below nor- , mnl. t;' ', -':' '; ' nt- new country home of Mi. and The deceased was a member of Land which is brought under th Mrs.' Philip Vagel;ki; March 2 r.cV Pi esBytcrCari'church 'iM was "pi'egrnrri must not be cropped, the 6 l4 The afternoon 'was spent in th ,. n..n i-... . I lilt;, ut-iuienuus t-iici-ia, ui uvciiiiw Thenow fall was half an inch.; " considered che of the best citizens V-U"V " uul l"L' crop ;,,,,,: ti,i ram u,ill w in -tV.i . "7 "r . From Portland , H. ,C. Harlan and A. A. Hale of Portland were, business visitors spending last night in Albany. Eugene Visitors . H. . Smith and son of Eugene spent last night in Albany as guests at a local hotel. &1l W oiijunizing ol a m v club for the in Uie.Scio conunMiity dgiing his residence here. community and by helping the 'in quilt piecing. ' Bringing the afternoon ; to .-iList he nlnu-'pH in Ihnt lh i"1""' ine niaAiiiiuiii urinptraiure was 00 po4s of temr7L 'mitiwting both evils. Throughout degrees on the first, foth and 20th pushed be accom-lthp Unlted states more than 30!f the month. The minimum tenv ' . ' . I OOO.OUO acres of soil will be taken perature of 27. degrees was r aimers who are already grow- j from production, and it will be de- reached on the 30th. There were 17 .lis legumes exclusively may not j vtted to crops which will build it clear days, five days partly ocnelit dnectiy lrom the .program, , un instead 6f toaring'it down." cloudy and nine days cloudy. " '-, ihe county agent said, but inns- -- - 9 . .. - - close the hostess, assisted by Airs, 1'icu i.ccior, Mrs. Ed Setllcmeir, and Mi"S. Ralph Groshong, served HANS FOII UNION i NCGM OtSTttCT All fftOfOSIO AT SCIO 'Dance at Fairmont Orange Frl.,' Apr. 3. - ' " i-elreshments. ' Guests present were: Mi's. Al bert iiarniicn and children, Mrs. WEATHER i Oregon: - Generally ' cloudy tonight and Friday, with snow in south portion Friday; continued cpld; moderate, southeast winds off coast". C ' ' '"' - ; Maximum tenlperuture 'yesterday locally, 45 degrees; minimum temperature last night, 31 degrees; rainfall, .02 inches; river, 5 feet. Scio!' April 2. (Special) Move Joe Lance, ivirs. tioy porter and,' Mrs. Roy .'Armstrong ment for Sclo's proposed .new high much Ss universal application ol ine program will greatly stimulate demand lor legume seed they will bwnelit indirectly. Linn county is among the leading legume seed producing areas in the countiy he pointed out, end at present has on Hand a surplus which will now be absorbed. Harry s Marlxo. jcnooi nuuaing struck a snai at a Preram at Gae Talent representing the Albany chamber of commerce is to present a miscellaneous program, at the Richardson Gap school house on the evening of April ,,14.,. Lta viae Farm " ;; ""' ' Rev. arid Mrs. Albvn Esson. who ana son, Mrs. alcrvin Case, Mrs, Fred Hoeler, Mrs. Ed Scitlemeir, .tieeting of businessmen Tuesday evening, when C. N. Freeman. Mrs. Ralph Groshong and the host ess. SELLS FOR LESS Portland architect, pointed out a deficinecy in assessed valuation The next meeting will be held - Fra Datircry Phaeie 104 o property in district No. 5. at the home of Mi. Joe Lunce in have resided, , on a farm In the Miftefsbure 'neighborhood fur aw. Listed ' among soil Jopletinj crops are wheat, corn, tubers, rout crops, rye grass, oats, barley and other grains. - Soil building crops iwu weexs. , '. Under Oregon school ' law the chool district may bond itself only EXTRA SPECIAL THIS WEEK Miss Martha Groshong, daugh eral years, are retiring from the form'.. Rev. "Essen Is to resume his work us" a 'pastor" In the Christian ujs to 5 per cent of its assessed valuation, and as the Scio district VlsMic bt AHtew-r .' i Mrs; Neva 't-aMadrid of Lot Angeles is a recent arrivul in Albany to visit at the home .at her mother, Mrs. Nellie Wallis. , Candidate Visits- . Claude Cox, of Lebanon, candidate for -nomination tar recorder On the democratic ticket in - the May primaries was an Albany vis ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gro- i (1 .. .... church, mjjiHd, ihong, becume the bride of Vorn .January ut the home of Rev. ur.d is valued ut $20,7I, a sum of only $10,335.95 is available for building purposes. This amount. HAM SALE include the several types ol vetch, the clovers, alfalla, aisike, winter field peas and all legumes. Na t'entraett U Him To compute acreage to be withdrawn' from crop production, Mullen explained, the individual farmer will ascertain his totul acreage Swift's Premium Mrs. Albyn Esson, hear Albany la AHhwy ' It. G, Snyder and ' Clyde Ston, 55 per cent of the cost of the proposed building, to be matched with last Wednesduy afternoon. Miss Groshong wore a wedding dress of from Troutdulc were visitors 45 per cent grunt from the fed yellow lint crepx, with whit spending asj njght in Albany. itor this forenoon. In an article in this paper"recentty! Ws frame was given as Charles Co, an error on the part, of the publisher eral government, is deemed sufficient for erection of a-school that Those who witnessed the ceremony were: Mr. and Mrs. Raloh would meet requirements of in T, J. McGrath of Alhumbra Place your, order now for Easter de-liyery stud f et this new low. price Half or whole creased attendance in 'future years. Oil Business Trio Groshong, Mr. and Mrs. James Zib and son, of Marian, and Ronald Formation of u union hiah school cm., arrived In Albany lust evening on a business trip. ciaw W lXomoat district is considered by ' bourd Groshong, Dever. in crops and deduct 15 per cent of the total, devoting this area to legumes. His compensation will be based upon the value of the crops he is sacrificipg. No contracts will bp signed, Mullen said, since it was the contract feature of the AAA which came within the scope of the ruling of the U. S. supreme court invalidating the act. The farmers jonn ttooKcr ol the Hooker Electric store left this morning for Portland on business for the members and Scio business men to II j " H l.i following the ceremony Mr. and Robert W. Davis,' fire' insurance be the only faisible means of Mrs. January left for Harlan aising the needed funds. man, left this morning for Leb where they will make their home. . 10c LARGE CENTER SLICES,-each anon on business for the day foi DCS Visitor . ' ' Mr. January Is employed in the A recent change in the Oregon lumber business. . - Jess Mass of Lebanon! ciintMilatc school laws permits formation of union district if a majority .of win merely indicate their inten- i Leave far Psrtt .' '' ' ' for nomination for sheriff on the democratic ticket, was an' Albany business visittor yesterday. all districts concerned and a ma- 16 isle '. Mp nnH ltfra Qn'm' 1C.oA.l I..W Rock Hill Society ority ot all votes cast are In favor tions to come under the program ! when they gather at. the prospective meetings, to be held in ten or ! more communities. Their sched- 1 mis morning for Portlurid to spend of the movement. The vote does not' necessarily have to carry in From Plain view' Tender and Good qualitjr Cyrl Kops, a farmer, for many ach district. All districts in the ules will be announced later. ine aay on Dusiness. J .-.. M ... Parma HesMan tier , Mrs.. E. M.'Puifh of Euiicne. yoars in tne r-lninvicw neighbor Upon complying with the terms I union high school district must be contiguous at some point. an' Albany visitor yes- hood, wi vas uf the program farmers will sub- r former' resident' of Albahv. arrived tarday. 35c GROUND ROUND STEAK, 2 pounds . Hero yesterday to visit at the home CARD OF THANHS We wish to express our sincere oi Mrs. Morris Senders. Rock Hill. Mrs. O. B. Wilson and daughter, Miss Norma Wilson, were hostesses to the Rainbow club, March 26,. ut their home in the Rock Hill section. Mrs. John Nichols received u birthday gift during the afternoon, which was given to her by her "unknown friend." Mrs. Beryl Wilson was. program leader. In a contest Mi's.. Celi,a. Crossan and Mrs. J. T.. Gorman won prizes. Sixteen club members enjoyed the event. Workinu Her Icy inlun bulylug reports ot Imminent collupse. Vera Stretr, blondQ university graduate, Is pictured nB Bhe was led from her cell to court In New York, where she Is on trial elmrged with slaying Dr. Frltx Oebhardt, her former sweetheart, ... fteported 111 "A. M. Taylor, a retired business man bf Albany, Is reported seriously ill at his homo," Pram thanks to our friends and neighbors lor their kindness' and sym mit proofs to a board of farmers ! composed of representatives of the j several communities, organized ' along lines similar to the wheat committee which operated under : the AAA. State-wide administru- j tion will be. in the hands of - a board of three farmers yet to be ! named," Muilen learned at 'Cor-! pathy .shown in our recent be Mr, and Mrs. P. A. Jacobson from Minnesota nrrlvcd In Albany last evening on a tour of the Beef StefJc Tender and Juicy reavement, "the! loss' of bur hus- hiftid and father. Also thank those in tho ladles' parlor of the First fpr the beautiful floral offerings. vallis on a quilt for Miss Norma Wilson ijigned Mrs. Anna Meyers and Family. Proof of compliance will be sub Presbyterian church for. a -covered dish supper and business meeting. Lottie Pratt is to be leader. The business meeting Is to be finished In time for the Albuny collece con was tne mam diversion of the 1 ! I s Returns from Portlands ' 9.' LV Stuart', local 'Insurance hurt, returned last evening from Portland. He reports no snow on the" highway yesterday In the vicinity of Portland.' However;' the country, Including the timber, was covered and presented a, beuuilful picture. .. . , Eddie Plesor) formerly 'at Lackey's grocery, this week ioinort the aiternoon,. . . At the close of the afternoon tho staff of Huff's grocery, at 2nd and Main streets. ' ' , ',' " , cert, ... nosicsses served,.. .light refreshments. They were assisted in serving by Miss Daphne Wilson. - V. P. W. Groups to Meet From Sweat Hams S. L.' Overton, of Sweet 'H (linn Tho Vctorens of Foreisn Wars. was :hero "on business .tqduy. , jst iKitttday Sale John 1- CoaMy ll post and auxiliary groups will hold regular meetings Friday night ut 8 o'clock at tho armory. Junior Ladxe to Meet. Travt Im to MmI The Modern Travelers olnh will BwriotJ en Sunday The Junior Maccabees will meet Scio. (Special) Funeral Mov to Sttyerton . The lust load of, 'the huusehqld goods and store, equipment of Arlie Anderson of Brownsville, formerly of Albany, Is being moved today to Silyerton,. , , Return f ram Porttan i iMr. and Mrs. L. J. Bird and cAlldren returned at a late hour last night from Portland where Mr. Bird hud - fcocru to Mittens' m meeting of Chevrolet dealers. He meet Saturday afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. Quirinus Brcen. Sixth and Montgomery, with Mrs. L. H. Howell ns hostess. Saturduy at 2 o'clock.' I ..I r viics iur uonn u. coucy, el, were We invite you to our Birthday Party Free Coffee and Sandwiches Special Coffee held at the Christian church in Speaks at Salem i"010 ounda yatternoon and inter- and Lielatine Oemonatratlona, Free Merchandise Prizes We wish to thank our many ur. jnomas w. uiob. Dres Mhaian Grata v,. vua in riuiiKiiu nune cem- of Albany college, was the sDcak I he April erouu of the Pivshv- friends and patrons who have made our success possible Reese and Frank Dooley etery near this city er this noon before the Lions club in Salem. leriun women's association will meet nt 6 o'clock Thursday night Mr. Couey was a resident of MA SALTED AND GRAHAM tne icio section lor many years prior to his going to Tillamook J! ' Business Visitor S. H. Goan of Jef lerson, a prominent farmer and real estnte man, whs an Albany business visitor this forenoon, i ft .1 . tb. box 2 county in ia2B..For several years he owned and conducted the Peo-' pie's Store, a grocery establishment in South Scio. which he sold in 1928. DDESSEntTT PROUDLY PRESENTING OUR OWN ... mi r ' ; s t .1.4 j 23 2S From Sweet lloaie fj.i,., .,r,.... i For some No. 2 J Mr. and Mrs. George Kccney ! si i, ..1. i Z...Z a und grand son. John, of Sweet TmV T...,i.,.r.,V ... -7 IPeadhies LAGOON t4utainz ; ,! v.l .M.uiiti,ui puiaiiLu in. are Albany shoppers and Z , ...r.K" . Pulsus Home visitors today '""'r" toiimy. uuier no pur- o(i.n. chased a store and -filling .station ai hum, wnich he-was conducting at the inception of his last , Illness, which claimed him in West Salem on March 26. Wirt och"purcKoat IGA GvkHirt Dfl-Mrt, t ar giving a TODAY'S STOCK, . GRAIN MARKETS Steiirag Beairas 3 2 25c SUEDE CREPES In Hea vainly Sruulea u;y: 'Ion Sprlna! survivors include the widow. away a Pea il - Couey; daughter .Mrs. mm' PREFERRED STOCK FANCY LONG SHRED 9I0M mouU. MARKETS AT A GLANCE (llv ri.llrd Tri-nil 12c Mop Sticks, each PREFERRED STOCK , Stocks: Fractions to 4 points higher In Increased trading. Bunds: Domestic corporations strong. ' Curb: Irregularly higher. Cull money: of 1 per cent. Dollar strong: French lianc off 1 1 4 pt.ii ts. C'otlo..: 1(1 to 14 points higher. Uubber: Firm, slightly below duy'3 best prices. WRESTLING FRIDAY, April 3 ALBANY ARMORY .- , :S pirn., ., IHiuhl Main Eva: Earn match 8 out of 3 fulls, 1!3 hour limit BOBBY BI KS vs. . PADDY VOLAN JACK i.lPStCU.MH vs. KAI.I'II WOLFGANG GOOD CURTAIN RAISEK Holley Cleanser 3 cans 13c FRESH FREE PRIZES FESTIVAL On iuM pan with ach purckcu of 1 Brand Given Away at 4:30 Slut-as New York. ' April 2. Stocks, bonds, commodities except urains. p.m. 14 Saturday, April and the dollar advanced todav us Catsup DROOMS ca. 67c the Lulopran situation appeared i 1....-U a ,n , 2r,-II. sack C. & II. Sugar 19 It. s. Centi'iniial tlold Drop Klour. ; !..- i-atis M. J. 11. Cof- i s: iiekbs WHEN OTHI.KS FAIL Chocolate Eclairs lb. 18 c BOTTLE 3. ChsrH Chaa i'aJnraa llrrba .. ,,,.-v hum uuiucaui U.IMIIt continued to rise. D.w Jonrs pielimiuary closing! averatrs showed industrial lti0.43 up 1.47, railroad 4X.Q up 1.3. utility 32.54 up .10. J Volume approximated 2,10,000! shsfes con wared with l,ii'0,000 shares yesterday. Curb sales were i 4S,00 sliares compared with i fof. . ' "-Come, in .anel. loj us tell you about it. 9c Ivory Soap, med. bars, 1 7c ) are non-poisonous, thtir haaling virtue hs bn trsted huntirads of years in following catiomc il,l)00 shares yesterday. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables ANOTHER TRAINLOAD FRESH SALTED PEANUTS lb. chefl Minced Clams 2 cana 15c SSc Yakima Wineaap APPJXS Box aibncnts. . . Tt Threat, sinusitis, catarrh, cars. I)uns, aathma, chronic coimh. ltomich. at 11 stance colitis, Vx.nstipalion, disUatcs, kidnays, bladder, heart, nervea. neuralgia, rheumatism, hiaQi blood oz. can 5c Grai ChiraSo. Arril 2 Wl.oat futures broke to new seasonal lows in North American 'grain mallets today on losses landing to more thiiii 2 cents. On the Chtcuyo board of trade both July und September went to new lows, while May dropped to the lowesl level "since December. . Whattt on. - the locsl ve!e:hnllge clascd l'j to IS cents lower and near the lows for the duv. Wlnnt-lg was off more than 2 cents. Pom & Deans 11 FOUNTAIN YELLOW aWtaM - - knessure, gland, skin sores. 79 c 11 0c LEMONS, Dozen SUNKIST ORANGES, Dozen No. 303 cans conti 3 maic, teiayuic, cnuarcn Qisoroers S. B. fVing. 8 years practe in Chhia;-Herb-S(-liaat fives roller after others fail. 13 :.' Klrst St., Albany, Or. Office Hour Sunday and Wednesday 11 a.m.,- to 2 p.m, Pinta . WALLCT S TANC JjJJ0 lc 33c T) -H Want Ads Brine Result ICEBERG LETTUCE Efr. Urge M Heads 1 2C BLUE "G" CUtF Cc52cc ft. pkir, 2Sc Large FOsv Bunched CAJRROTS . EASTEJR ti'e have Good Coffee. Th C,p4 ffrogrtm 9c You 'ill look your best on Easter ifunu m Ill' A.. ; Permanent Wave t the BeautyrRook Strum Oil rrrmanrnl Waves Half Price $1.00. S1.75. $J,50. $3.30 ard lip. (Depression prices) not cheap vyork. but GOOD work ut a price you can afford to pav. MAHASKA SOAPLESS SHAMPOO F1NGKR WAV t and Uim Open Sunday jnt piece . . . two piece . . . bolerqs, suit effects I See thai newest color such -as sky; turquoise, carrot, Spring vioti let! Exotic flower and crisp lingerie trimmings. 12 to 20 Uool ey Bros. Skcial Delivery OJV Request .j. u an times. I. G. A. GROCERS Ihe Beauty Nook, 119 East 1st St. 0 ULJ'tJPCi-J Free Delivery . '" - H All'ihin. Pi-im . Phone 354-R LEBANON BEAUTY PAT. LOR. Lebnoff. Oregon epnones 43 and 44

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