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PAGE TWO the Albany democrat-Herald; albakt'y, Oregon MONDAY, APRIL, 6,- t93fl 8:30. The Oregon Loggers; 9-9:15, United Press News. cently underwent a major 'opera- the' home of Mrs! Lilliard Harris tion. .was dismissed from the hos- of Albany. , Mrs. Lander .-.spent pltal this afternoon and -he re- her early life in th Sweet Home Pendleton Visitors i Mr. and Mrs. Chas. I Swain of Pendleton were among the weekend business visitors in Albany. Society. turned to his home in Corvallls. neighborhood and has been visit-! I in u nlrl ttmc fflnnrta (hum Reported 111 In Portland ' KAnru Allien MA NOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS If your paper Kas not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 o'clock call D. M. Rohrbougti, Phene 718-Y and. a copy will be delivered by special carrier. Report all other complaints to the office, - , Phone 15 Xhe AJbany ,JDemocrat-Ijfira.ld , Mrs. E.' K. Cochran of Portland. I Mrs. G. E. Portmiller of AU Unreality Titnir n ' ' ;" - . When Those New . .' - EASTER TOGS ARE NEW . Tuesday, April 1 9:00 a. m. Homemakers' hour, 10:00 music, 10:15 Guarding Your Health, 10:30 music,. 10:45 KOAC School of the Air 10:45 German, 11:00 Out of the Zoo, 11:15 Radio Play, "The Brahmin, the Tiger and the Seven Judges," 11:30 The mother of James Cochran of Al- jbany is spending several days in . . .'.!.' 0 balem Resident. bany, is reported ill and gradually using in neaun ana sirengin Portland visiting relatives. UeSSOn for Sunday ( Of interest to many Albany pro- ! vuninJ ' iple is tne announcement ot the c.c r"ini- i "Unreality" was the subject of marriage of Miss Mary Allison, Story of Music; 11:45 music, 12:00 wir. ana Mrs. John Jordan and the Lesson-Sermon in all Churches daughter of Mr .and Mrs. J. H. Al- children of Silvcrton, spent 'the of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, hson of 821 West Sixth street, and ra no?-'f ? ns- Jf.1.3 . uriii: in. .i -, . Artnnr K ina Heitntna f tup Senile ween ena in Aioany .visiting Mrs. ! April 5. Be Jordan's father, S. S. Gilbert. The Photographed The Golden Text was. "Charffe wiiuam r.usworin Mcuiary of Sa- . r , j lem, at 8:30 in the morning at the Produce. J2 0 market and crop home of the bride's parents. The repIs and weather forecast. Rev. D. V. Poling read the cere-1 ' i:.00 p- m- "iusic, 1:15 World Poling read the cere Jordan s are former Albany resi-dents. ' ' i . Visitors In Albany Professor E. 'B. Hurd of O. S. C. and Mis. Hurd were Albany busi-neess visitors Saturday afternoon. Visiting Farerfto Mrs. Helen Langsfield of Portland was in Albany yesterday to visit her parents, Dr. and Mrs. D. V. Poling. " them that are rich in this world, that they be not high-minded, nor dook ivian. i:zu music, i:au fro mony, i Tk ' . , grams on Parade, 1:45 music, 2:00 The occasion was also the cele- 7 s o trust in uncertain riches, but in the. living God, who giveth us rich-by all things to enjoy" (I Tim "THE WEATHER ClifiSord Studio r,,Hn,in- , , , ijc&auii in opumsn. , a :io music, !tb"'r ,f,hMi- 25?Mrs- AUlson s 2:30 Rural Life Review, 2:45 Know twenty-fif h.wedding anniversary. Your State. .3:00 Radio Cli.h -uu b:ii) Special " Communication St. John's Lodge No. 17 A, F & A. M-Tues. evening at 8 o'clock for conferring degrees. Earl Horning. Worshipful Master. , a6-7 Among the citations which com- The hririe umr HHi .' . f1.""'.0 Si'uor prised the Lesson-Sermon was the I of white satin and carried a cas-! " L Hav. MX '1 cas-1 n Oregon: Fair .tonight and Tuesday! slowly Tiling temperature; gentle southerly wind off coast. Maximum temperature yesterday locally 67 degrees. Minimum -temperature last ' nigrrt '3S degrees. River S I feef. . Phpne 458-R O. R. Chambers, ! I I d- VV.-lstbt. following from the Bible: "And cade bouqeut of nrnfneenr nf nc vlir,lr,,i Q-1fl Return From Fishing Trip Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cleland returned last evening from spending the day fishing in some of the coast streams. white sweet peas. God saw everything that he had made, and, behold, it was very music, 3:45 the Monitor Views the Wj&x, News, 4:00 Musical Stories, 4:30! The marriage vows were repeat ed as the bridal party stood before gouu men. i.tsi). The Lesson-Sermon also includ B. P. W. Meeting , ; , , The Business and Professional Women's club will 'hold a dinner at -8:45 o'clock Tuesday evening at Mrs. Nell Newman's restaurant 205 S. Main street. Juanita John tne fireplace, which was banked with calla lilies, pastel shaded sweet peas and other cut flowers Visiting Relatives-Mrs, and Mrs. Favne Houston To Return From Portland - Mr. and Mrs. E."E. Chandler of Albany are expected' to return this evening from Portland whpre they have ibeen on a weekend business and pleasure trip. ; ,., ed the following correlative passages from "the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy: "Everything ston, county health nurse will give intermingled in greenery. a talk on ''Personal Hygiene and following the wedding ceremony a wedding breakfast was and children of Pasco, Wash., spent the weekend visiting relatives in Albany and Lebanon. Mrs. Houston is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stewart. Health," it was announced. This ANNOUNCEMENT! The Super Curline is to follow out the April program under the topic "The Step up the Stair of Progress." served. Covers were placed at the table, which was attractive in its decor Visited in Portland- ations for the members of the brid From Sclo ' '. John Dobrokpvsky of the Sclo neighborhood 'transacted business and visited friends in Albany Saturday afternoon. . ! Ray Lance and fumily of Albany Pinochle Tonight All Steam al party, relatives and a few inti mate friends. atones lor Hoys and Uirls. I 5:00 On the Campuses, 5:30 music, 5:45 Vespers led by Rev. J. Lacklen, 6:00 dinner concert, 6:30 farm hour, 6:30 The Ag club, 6:45 market and crop reports and: weather forecast, 7:00 R. B. Webb! "Testing Seed Corn," 7:15 I. RJ Jones "Better Pastures for Dairy Cattle in the Willamette valley;" j 7:30 the citizens and his school "The State School for the Dcaf,''i J. Lyman Sterd, supertindent; ' 8:00 the Oregon state systems of higher education Adolph Ziefle, dean and director of pharmacy; 8:15 the world review Dr. Victor P. Morris, 8:30 Oregon State col- lege cadet band Capt. H. L. ' Beard conducting, 8:45 reading for enjoyment "Great Books of the 1930's," Dr. Herbert E. Childs, instructor in English, OSC, 9:00-9:15 United Press news. spent the weekend in Portland on gooa or wortny, uoa made. Whatever is valueless or baneful, He did not make, hence its unreality. In the Science of Genesis we read that He saw everything which He had made, 'and, beheld, it was very good.' The corporeal senses declare heed to the history of error as to the records of truth, the Scriptural records of sin and death favors the false conclusion of the material senses" (p. 525). Mrs. McClary was graduated a business and pleasure trip. From Yoncolla " ' The Women of the Moose will stage their regular pinochle party-tonight in the Moose temple, with card playing to start at 8 o'clock, those in charge announced. from Albany high school, attend W. L. Cooley of Yoncolla SDenl ed Albany college and was graduated from Oregon State college at Corvallis. She is a member of the weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Cooley near Albany. Alpha Chi Omega national social Business Visitor : ' John Donica, 'member of the Lebanon city council and chairman of the Santiam Academy association,, was an Albany business yisityf Saturday afternoon. f We' have a hair. cut for each member of the family. ,Try, us. germinal .Barber Shop. , . a4-6 To Elect Officers . The L. O. O. M. will meet tomorrow night at the Moose temple with election of officers featuring the business session. , sorority, and Phi Chi Theta, na tional honorary sorority, for worn Make Trip Tip Santiam en majoring in commerce. During TODAY'S STOCK. GRAIN MARKETS Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stuart. Mrs tne past year she has been em W. H. Davis and Mrs. Brown of Portland, who Is visiting at the Permanent Wave Machine has been installed in bur shop. Mrs. Marion Arnold, who specialized in permanents with this machine at the former -Super Curline Shop, will be glad to accomodate her -many .patrons who prefer this type of wave. . . '. - ',' Phone 158-J for an appointment with Miss Arnold or any. of the other operators on our staff. Bunton Beauty Shop Rooms 3, 4, 5 and 6 Venetian Theatre Bldg. Carnation Club ployed in the administration building at Oregon State college and will continue to work the remain The Carnation club is to meet uavis nome, made a drive over the Santiam highway as far as MARKETS AT A GLANCE Stocks: Irregularly hieher: mod. Meeting Partponed-r ", Tuesday afternoon at the home of der of the year. . The regular - meeting of the Mrs. Anna Williamson at 2:30 erately active. Upper Soda yesterday and report the road line and the water in the Mr. McClary attended school in Shedd Garden club scheduled to Bonds: Railroads and inriiiBtrinlR o'clock. This is to be the Easter party and a "covered dish" lunch Salem, being graduated from Sa be held (Tuesday evening of this lem high school and also attended FIREMEN WILL MEET Members of the Albany volunteer fire department were notified today of a meeting to be held at 7:30 p. m. in the city hall, to be followed by a meeting of the wrestling committee. NEW TRUCK ARRIVES The city's new truck chasis, which will be converted into a eon Is to be served at the close of the afternoon. business school in Salem. He is as, sistant manager of the Colyer Mo week na been postponed to Monday evening, April 13, oh account of the Easter services to bo .held in each of the two churches. tor Sales Co., and they will make Wesleyan Guild Postponed their home in balem. Xhe Wesleyan Service Guild Mr. and Mrs. McClary left on a wedding trip to Seattle Sunday. fire engine arrived here todav and meeting has been postponed one week, , it was announced, because of Passion Week services at the First Methodist Episcopal church. knights of Py thias TUeetlnc The regular meeting of tho Knights of Pythias Is scheduled this evening at 8 o'clock. Work in the third rank -is to be conducted. was being tested out by the fire For going . away, Mrs. McClary wore a tailored navy blue suit, MKMI II :U AT-MH'.k A I ,l WAIM'I ADS KKINI. UHIXIII.TS department. nvor exceptionally . clear. Moves to Hotel M. Curl, who recently returned to his home in Albany from the Albany General hospital where he had been for treatment, has rented bis place and will make his home at the Albany hotel. I V I ! T From Pendleton . ... . . Mrs. Ida H. Glanh of Pendleton, a former .resident of Albany, arrived here yesterday on a business ,trlp. , , i ... . Visitor In Albany ' Emel Hnmmel of Sweet Home was among the guests spending Sunday at a local hotel. The meeting will be held April small blue straw- hat and navy blue accessories. Her outfit was completed with a grey top-coat 14 at the home of Mrs. Glenn Dull. . .. nigner. Curb stocks: Irregular; quieter. Call money: to 1 per cent. Foreign exchange: Gold bloc units rally against dollar; sterling group easier. Cotton: Near months down 25 cents a bale, distants up 25 cents. Rubber: Up 15 points. STOCKS New York, April 6. Stocks made another spirited rise today and reached new high ground for 5 years before the market turned irregular and volume slackened. Dow Jones preliminary closing averages showed industrial 161.99 up 8.49, railroad 49.35 up 0.25, utility 33.06 up 0.40. Volume approximated 2,030,-000 shares compared with 1,560,-000 shares yesterday. Curb sales were 541.000 shares compared with 529,000 shares Friday. Returns Uome , and a boutoniere of gardenias Shedd Society Mrs. W. A. Pearson, of Albany. MCOMB at 66 Shedd. The last of the U-Go-1-Go club "Joint Hostess' card parties was given Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Ill si Crawfotdsville i James Smith, a Resident of tho Crawfordsville. neighborhood for many years, is seriously .ill at bis home there according to, a telephone message received in Albany this morning. ...!. ... .', ,.. , , , t . v . - Timber Owner ilercH '' . W. P. Davidson of S(l Paul, a big timber owner in eastern ,Llnn county, and Mrs. Davidson hre spending a few days in Albany has returned home from California, where she has been for scv-ornl months because pf ill health. She spent most pf her time in San Francisco, and also visited in Long Beach, Cal. From G nuita Pi Githens, with Mrs. Githens. Mr. Everett Abraham. Mrs. Harold Chance, and Mrs. W. W. Abraham as hostesses. A seven o'clock dinner was served Ito twenty-four Pythian Sisters Mr. .and Mjs. K. V. James of Grants Pass wore among the out of town visitors in Albany Sunday night.. The Pythian Sisters will meet soon to retire discusses a wmie looking arter their nuiajngft. a business man persons. Mr. Carl Ronncnkamp I was a guest. community is interested , Grain Chicago, April 6. Wheat fu tomorrow night in the K. of P. hall,, Second and Lyon streets, with Initiation to feature . the temple session. Members of the Corvallis lodge will be guests of Stomach iGfcs Mrs. carl uindliart ana Mi question in which every turcs turned moderately higher on Russell Githens had high scores. On. d of AUl.CKIKA. qiilelflr r.- ItoVM blotlnv. nleans nitt DOTH uppar and luar iitiT'!', allvwa yii t aat-aura slb vaod.' fjntlab: ' thorauth the board of trade today after the The club members will be enter-May option had declined to the I tained at a party to be given in lowest level since last fall. OtherTBlankenshlp's hall the evening of me local orqcr.ar the, meeting, It was stated. , ' ' 7" At Albany General-Mrs. E. W Cleland of Albany underwent a major operation Saturday., afternoon at the Albany General hospital. Ed ElllnR-sen of Tangent submitted to a major operation this morning at the same hospital. Ellsworth Lil-lard, state police officer, who re- action, rat entirely rnt nnil nri. April 11. Husbands of the mem Visiting In Albany- bers will be hosts. Mrs. Lydia Lander and son of Foshuy St Mason, Druggists Aberdeen, Wash., are guests at Nine members of the U-Go-I-Go grains recoraoa new seasonal lows, but closed above the low marks. May wheat closed Vs cent higher, July was up cent and September was cent higher. Corn was Mt to cent lower with September at a new botton. All oat deliveries hit new lows, but recovered to close Mi cent lower to Mi higher. Rye closed Mi to 1M, cent higher after May had touched a new seasonal bottom. or' T '? club met at the home of Mrs. Harold Pugh for a one o'clock covered dish luncheon Friday afternoon The rooms were decorated with spring flowers. Plans were discussed for a trip to be made to Rickrcall in the near future. The club will meet with Mrs. Lewis Abraham as hostess on April 10. Out of town guests were: Mi and Mrs. L. S. 'Scott, Klamath Falls and Miss Charlotte McClary, Salem. is Lower Your Feeding Cost Arc you satisfied with tho re-, suits you are receiving from your present feed? Would you like to lower your feeding cost, and at the same time Increase your cream test? Of course you would, and here is a low cost dairy feed which will accomplish both results for you! We recommend it as a combination to be fed with your roots, silage, hay crops or full pasturage: MIX ONE SACK COCONUT KOAC Radio I Program I 1 Monday. April 6 5, On the Campuses; 5:30, Music, 6, Science Stories; 6:15, Dinner Concert; 6:30, Evening Farm Hour 6:30 Oregon Prison Association; 6:45, Market and crop reports and weather forecast; 7, F. L. Ballard: 7:15, W. L. Powers "Drainage and Soil Management"; 7:30, 4-H Club Meeting; 8, With Oregon State Engineers American Society of Mechanical Engineers: 8:15, The Book of the Week Alexander Hull; The new 1j)8,( Classified. Directory 'now .Joeing compiled 1y the Daily Demonrat-Herald wiirteH'jou in concise', handy form, "Who's Who" 'among the business and professional interests and organizations of Albany "and l inn county. It will be known b ' ' ' - The Daily Democrat-Herald's 1936 "Who's Who" Business and Professional Directory - ' It is a work, undertaken w ith Hie object oir providing an up-to-date reference guide to the business und professional men und women, and institutions of the city and county. , Upon completion publication will be made first in the columns of the Democrat-Hciald. The directory will then be 1,-sued In book form, classified and alphabetically arranged, so that the ln(onnnti'n can be hud al a glance. The tir-X pimrs of the book will contain useful information concerning the countv in general, followed bv a handy guide and reference to the business, professional people, an Institutions of the community. MEAL, AND ONE SACK MILL RUN, PLUS DA I It Y MINERALS. Feed 5 lbs. to 8 lbs. per cow each feeding. For better results with your present ration, try adding about 3 lbs. of pure NUTCAKE BRAND Coconut Meal per cow per feeding. If you have surplus oats, bar DR. CHAN LAM All type Chinese Medicine Co. Natural r?tetl!e (or disorders of liver, tomach, pi an ils. kin A urinary lystrm ot men and women. w discovery trr sunr diabetes without the use of Insulin. It) years in riusinrss. There will be no display advertising of any' kind in the directory book, will be uniform, alphebcticnlly arranged as to classification and tuimc. These directory buokr will be given a general free distribution. .... ) V - , 1. Arc vou n property owner here, Mr, K! , Why, yes. I own most of the block where you see llial Snfrwuv. Q. How do you like renting to n chain store? A. First rale. This Siifewnv's been successful. My rent comes through like clockwork. Q. Vlliiit about your other properly? A. Locations uloiifj here are worth more, because the Safeway makes this a lively shopping center. It's eusier to rent my other stores. And renls are irp. Q. What about owners of neighboring business properly? A. They like it, loo. The Safeway expands our community trading area draws people here. Q. Then you're epiile satisfied villi your chain store tenant? v A. Satisfied! Young man, listen. 111 be fi6 next month, ready to retire. It's mighty comforting to feel my savings are iecurc. ley of wheat, take some of your home grown grains to your feed ; dealer and trade for Coconut Meal. ! Have your feed dealer grind and mix as follows: THREE PARTS , YOUR HOME GROWN GRAIN AND ONE PART COCONUT; MEAL. PLUS MINERALS. Watch j the cream line rise when vou feed ' NUTCAKE BRAND Coconut Meal! ; This mix is good for dairy cows, I growing hogs, turkeys and cattle. ' Hog Farmers, this will save money for you. too. I All of the above feed mixes may ! be fed with your surplus skimmed i milk with excellent results. Why not take advantage of these sav- I ings? Coconut Meal is low in price. ! See your feed dealer. Write to 2736 N. W. Front Ave., Portland. Ore. for copy of FREE booklet The Feeding of Coconut Meal For Profits.". -The booklet tolls i why. . . Adv. I Naturopathic. Physician Y. T. Lam. N.D. Upstairs Room 1 and 2. Venetian Theater Hid., Cor. First and H road a 1 bin Sts., Albany. Office Hours: i p. m. to 6 p. m. Tuesday and Saturday Only. Consultation. Blood Pressure and Vrine Tents Free of The functions of a BUSINESS DIRECTORY, with its widespread distribution and a City Directory, with Its limited circulation, covers two .separate and distinct fields. The m'SlNFSS TOTtECTORY enablrs the householder to select and find (he business house with whom he wishes to deal or the professional services he requires. Without loss of time. The City Directory provides the merchant with a list of prospective customers within Ills trading area. Both directories are needed In Albany, which Jus been without directory facilities for so long. Their publication will be appreciated by every clllien of the community. That job is to lower your living costs-and srill pay back to the farmer more of each retail food dollar. No one man can do these things. That's why your Safeway grocer works in a business family. Safeway buyers, truckers, market-men and home economists team together to cut needless wastes and handling costs between the farm and you. This way money is saved. You get better values at your Safeway grocer's. Farmers get a bigger share of the food dollar than they could before the Safeway method was developed. And your Safeu ay grocer earns a better income than other men in his line of business... M. L. Bean, Division Manager for Safeway Stores, 239 South East Salmon St., Portland, Oregon. . How much did you spend, for food last month? Check rtp. Then trade tit jour neighborhood Safeu ay grocer sf 'bf 50 days and compare your total savings! O 6 SAFEWAY o GcMicChan. N.D. Charse. Easter Lillies A rlortifnhl listing chnr'ge of i3.rt0 Ir being made for including 'your card in Vh'is WorJci TIo prsonol solicitation will bo made. An invitation will be extended to you, however, by telephone to cooperate in getting out this representative directory. ' ' YOCIt NAME IS, NOT LISTED IV THE I'llONE IUOK AS A BUSINESS TELEPHONE OR IF YOt' WISH FURTHER PARTICULARS REGARDING THW IMPORTANT Pl'IlI.ICATION " "'? '' I' . v .. f Call 430 or 431 Directory r Albany democrat-herald Choose now from our Inrpe assortnu,nt-Q-your selection can be reserved and delivered anytime you wish. PROPERTY OWNERS in many neighborhoods are better able to meet their taxes because of rent the Safeway grocers pay. You and all your neighbors share in the community benefits tax money provides. Your Safeway grocer earns hissuc-cess by serving his neighbors wcitv He wainer riorai to. Phono ;; (9t will deliver anytime 0 fvorks at a job the people want done.

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