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Albany, Oregon
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Wednesday, April 8, 1936
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$81 PAGE -TWO THE .ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON WEDNESDAY, APRtt. ,1936 t-raHi Mountain View team Friday eve It is ; lorio Lackey will be the guest of. w1h'. or cornMiog programs Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lnipman. ! tide to the cropping program as ning or tins week. Goes to Mill City ' TURRET TOP CHEVROLET PROVIDES TAILOR-MADE SON DECK TODAY'S STOCK, (JKAiN MAKhiJS Mrs. Chipman is a sister of Mrs. Lackey's. The final stop on the .followed by Linn county farmers . that the new plan will encourage . via,, ""i ""--"- I,ri route will be at I.ns F. M. French, watch inspector lncrea.-ca plantings oi annua, ..iu- .,. r kv , , Lackey plans to Stocks vcr, permanent pasture, and other "'"","'rJ, several NOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS If your paper Lag not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 o'clock call U. 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 lor tne southern Pacific, lcrt this morning for Mill City on official business. spend days visiting friends. New York. Anril 8. The stock toil building crops. It was brpugh The store, during Laeicey s ap-sence, will be in charge of his son. Bob, who owns and operates a grocery at Woodburn. EASTER SUN. DANCE Ccttonwoods, Cole McL'lroy. See Thurs. Ad. a8 market today wiped out all of yes- out that Linn county farmers have terday's losses, rose to new higli long realized that some definite ground since 1931, and then re- shill from soil depleting to soil ceded slightly from the highs. huiloing crops should be made in Dow Jones preliminary closing c.dcr t0 retain the productivity of averages showed industrial 160.97 rain iaH that has been continu TRAFFIC CASE SLATED Berkie Byers was. arrested last Well Received The Oregon Hillbillies. Albany es? i n8' 9 "P ' ul,lllyi"usly cropped lor' a large number ;night by officer Stellmacher on a of years- I charge of running his car over a orchestra now appearing in Klamath Falls, are being well received 050.000 Volume approximated according to word received in Al "An average of $H).U0 per acre i fjre noso, 'He was cited to; appear will be paid Linn county farmers i jn city court late today after being .or diverting fifteen per cent of released on his own recognizance. bany. shares , compared with 1,570,000 shares yesterday. Curb sales were 431,000 shares compared with 557,-000 shares yesterday. all land Hipon which depleting I crops such as corn, oats, wheal, Business Visitor H. L. Ncbergall of Eugene was among the guests last night at a barley, rye grass aid annual pas-lures has been grown over into clover, alfalfa, permanent pasture Dress-up for I local noiei. THE WEATHER ; ' " Oregon Fair tonight and Thursday, but becoming unsettled in northwest portion; slightly colder in east portion? with frosts in east and south portions tonight; gentle southeast' wind off coast. Maximum temperature yesterday lpeally 53 degree. Minimum temperature last night 34 degrees. River 4.3 feet. From Portland Easter or legumes that may be turned i under. In addition to the diversion : payment of $10.00 per acre, a j maintenance payment of $1.00 per : W. C. Maxwell, E. P. Murphy and G. N. Mettlic of Portland were I L among the visitors spending last night in Albany. Grain Chicago, April 8. Wheat futures spurted as much as a cent a bushel on the board of trade today in the lace of heavy offerings by eastern interests. The advance, attended by heavy short-covering, reflected the bullish tenor of domestic and foreign grain news and a general advance in world wheat markets. At the close May wheat was up cent, while new crops were Vs to 1 cent higher, corn was 'i to 7a cent higher, oats were to cent higher and rye was ', to cent higher. 1T llalsey Visitors Reported Improvlnr Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ardry of acre will be made where soil building crops are carried over from 1935 to 1936. ' "lfisexpected that this new program will be fully explained to farmers at educational meetings to be held within tho next week or ten days." "Aunt' Kebecca Moms, queen Halscy were business visitors in or tne Linn county Pioneer asso ciation for many years, who was reported a few days ago to be dangerously ill at the home of her Bon in Portland, is reported improving with prospects of recovery. Mrs. Anna Blount of Albany, Albany yesterday. SEE THE FLOWERS Special Easter display at our store. Store will be open Thurs. evening for you to come and see the flowers. All are cordially invited to this feast of beauty. Ptomaines, "Albany , Floral Co., 115 Broadalbin St. a8-9 ATHLETICS REAL PART COMMUNITY ra niece, received this favorable CRONIN FREED BY JURY'S VERDICT information this morning. (Continued from PnKe One! (Continued from Pagebnv) I Visitor in Albany S?T'Charles Palmer of the Cascadia .-community arrived in Albany last evening on a business trip. These comely young exponents of western pulchritude and charm, Eetty Hind, right, winner of the title of "Miss Callfornian In a recent personality contest, and Audrey Olson, use the turret top of their 1936 Chevrolet Master Do Luxe Sport Sedan as a sun deck and play platform. They are shown here garbed In tho 1936 model rubber swim suits, IUur.irating their ideas about the supplementary uses of an all-steel one-piece top such as built into the Chevrolet Body by Fisher. Missionaries to Talk Rev. and Mrs. M. G. Griebow returned Christian and Mission latter lay in a windfall pit on the side of Blaine mountain, four miles southwest of Brownsville, on the night of November 1. after being proved a good representative ' of northwestern basketball by winning third in the Olympic tourney. Training a basketball team begins with preparing its members tor learning their duties as members of a team and with inculcating in tiicm a desire to win not for Tom Sola ; visited with their aunt and uncle, ments' for the convention to be The total receiDts for the sale ary Alliance missionaries from Tibet, will hold services at the In-denominational church Thursday wir. ana ivirs. i,enoy wooa in I held in Eugene. Mav darkness and be- it, ii was was ?o.ud oi wnicn a was sent 10 overtaken by National headquarters. Three new';., ir, Antwerp, Belgium. announced. the underbrush ; members were admitted, reports while the two were on hunting , Alta Foron. club rennrter. I fa Here From Seattle Candies at a8-10 Gifts and Easter Hurley's Drug Store. , trip. . ... , Cronin made his way out the Prices right on home-grown fniin,.,inB ri ufi,- hi ,.. Glenn and Frank Shoemaker of Scio are spending the day in Al-- bany on business. Beturns From Oakland CM. Dollarhide, realtor, ' last evening returned from Oakland, Ore., where he had been on a business trip for the day. . From Bandon Barbara Jean Lyle of Seattle,! Wash., is in Albany visfting her nigiu at 7:30. They also will appear Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at a meeting sponsored by the Women's Missionary society of the church at the home of W. C. Burkhart on the Salem road. A covered dish luncheon will, be served. sister, Elaine, student at Albany Women of Moose Meeting The Women of the Moose are to meet Friday evening at the Moose temple at 8 p.m., it was college. The two will return to Seattle tomorrow, where Elaine will spend F-aster vacation with her parents. r.a.-icr umes. nans norai anop. o the ni(,ht under a log at some a8 distance from the point where , , I Hults lay, emerging at the Victor Business Visitor Howell ranch on Courtney creek J. C. Brown, a farmer and on the morning of Saturday, No- dairyman of the Shedd commun- i ccmber 2. An unveiling search ity. was an Albany business vis- was conducted late that Saturday. themselves but for the team, Giil declared. The player who forgets himself, who is receptive to the coach's teaching and does not build up alibis on why he can't do what he is told to do, make the best players. Speed is a gift but all other factors are subject to teaching, the speaker said- Ed Lewis, George Fibbard and Wally Palmberg are thu best players he has had a hand in training, he added. Illustrating iiow a team prepares for a game, Coach Gill told Has Major Operation Mrs. Walter Johnson of Cor-vallis, underwent a major operation this morning at the Albany .General hospital. A more extensive search the fol itor this forenon. See our window display of Easter Lillies. Walker Floral Co. a8 Martin Kramick and mother of Bandon were Albany shoppers and yjt visitors yesterday afternoon. From Eugene 1)1' S. V. Ward of Eugene spent last .'night In Albany on a business and pleasure trip. .. . . ... lowing day, however, resulted in the discovery of Hults, lying bleeding and semi-conscious in the pit. Hults was taken to the Leban Leaves for California Mrs. Alton B. Coates of Albany left Itist nillhl for,, rn We have a liair 1 cut for each member of the family. Try us. Terminal Barber Shop. a8 Townsend Meeting - The regular meeting of the Sweet Home Townsend club was held Monday .evening of this week featuring an April fool party and a pie social. Nels Manela of Albany, was the auctioneer in sell-ing the pies. - ot Oregon State s preparations to on hospital, where several days meet Stanford at Spaiiln Baseball Game .J : .. 'ito visit her daughter. Mrs. Phlllin the 1 W. B. A. Meeting The women of the W. B. A. will hold their regular meeting in the K. of P. hall, Thursday evening at 8 p.m. and all members are urged to attend. Mrs. Julia V. Ward, state field director of Portland, will be present to make nrrange- CARD OF THANKS We wish at til is time to express our thanks and Appreciation for the many kind services and remembrances shown Dale and our family for the past two years of Dale's illness and recent death, also fur the beautiful floral offerings. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Barker and sons, Bobbie and Freddie. later it was discovered that a district Olympic tryouts. Knowing wound which had destroyed his Stanford's snMaH in hr. inii ar,,i tr. . The baseball teams of the North Sawyer and meet her two daugh-. Albany and the Riverside schools ters, Kathcrlne and Nora Coates were to play this ater.noori. The 'who have just returned to this Worth Albany team will play the country from Europe, where they PIPHITOWN CRAGS' Requirements Set For Student Posts at Speak Louder Than Words at right eye had been caused by a piay a deadly backboard game, bullet that entered his left tern-, Oregon State planned a deliber-ple. Meanwhile Cronin had been atc, ball-holding strategy to keep Sf an.icaentargHe "jTSSt Tl 7 tenced to ten days in the county j V I r !? T Whi,t jail, and upon completion of his 1 fcnse pI'in thf Cardinals were fol-sentence he was re-arrested on a i '"wlll8- For their own defense, the charge of assault witli intent to Bcarvers set Folen for a close check kill. I on- Luisetti to prevent- him getting Meanwhile Hults had told the set for IonS shots and had him authorities that he remembered Picked up by the speedy Palmberg awakening fi'om a slumber and an.v time he eluded Folen for a seeing Cronin standing at the dash close in. Bergstrom covered edge of the windfall (pit, pointing n pair of the less dangerous Stan- a gun at him 1 ford players while the others (played man to man defense. Lui- MULLEN TELLS , jsetli.was held to six points and Sternberg's $25,000 TO-WEAR SALE Already some of the news about Varsity-Tow n's "Pipertown Crags" is out. One ru-nior is that they're spring's most colorful loomings . . . another is that they're durable . . . well, they are both right, but more than that' they a r e styleful, and 111 o s t extraordinary weaves. $21.50 to $29.50 1 ui egon btate won. SOIL PROGRAM ATTENTION, LADIES No'"tieeinl, 'purchases . of1 ao-eallod' sale merchandise, has. been made for this sale. Only our regular ' stock of nationally known Reody-to-Wear. is included assuring you of genuine savings on any purchase made during this event. Why Buy Cheap Ready-to-Wear When you can buy good Ready-to-Wear cheap! Sternberg's Entire 5tock of Dresses, Coats, Suits, Hats and Hose Goes at Low Sale Prices, Buy Now and Save Real Money. 'Cuntiliucd from Paj;e One) Choice of editors and staff members of under-graduate publica-, tions has been placed in the hands 1 of the faculty and the administra-I tion, according to the latest an-nouncemcnl from the Albany college administrative offices. Minor changes in the announcement are , possible, Professor T. F. Mundle, 1 chairman of the internal affairs committee said yesterday. Under the plan, the president of the college and the English department will choose he editors of both the campus newspaper, the Orange Peal, and the annual, the Corsair, in the future, replacing the past custom of student election. Staff members will be chosen by the editors in advisement with the internal affairs committee and the director of business relations. Members of the Albany high hoop squad present were Tubby Manning, Bob Arthur... Leonard Koos. manager; Elmo Misncr, Junior Hamm, Jim Robertson, Homer Gi oening. Victor C.rocning and Harold Fox. L. Skaggs was an additional guest. sincere efforts both to conserve the soil in the interest of producers md consumers and to preserve the economic gains that farmers have made during the past three years. One ot of Kuyon KAYON SLIPS Lackey Leaves on Vacation Journey looking for a gift payment under the terms of the new program will be disappointed. Human needing help will find it. Also a tion large selee-:it $19.75 (ioslmr Out One Lot Wash Frocks Values In $1.95 Kuyser and Phoenix HOSIERY i Chiffon and Ser.vice weight , ( Values to $1.85 77c One Lot FOUNDATION' GARMENTS BV VENUS Values, to $3.95 $1.77 Ihc average tanner knows the PANTIES Values to r0r 27c Values to $1.50 Four requirements were listed Incluriine a I nnint c-nH,. ..,.., I d,ue 01 nis toP how to con- W. W. Lackey, proprietor of Lackey's grocery, left yesterday for a month's vacation trip through the middle west and south. At Kalispcll. Mont.. Lackev 87c 77c for staff members, and a 2 point selv," has bLtn his Pblem that average for editors. usually means out-of-pocket costs I Also included iii'thc announce-1 or ,u mCi,ns shifting lands out of ments were requirements for fi!-!c'av'1 crops and that means some' I pians 10 visit A. r. Lorang. a for- : BLATW Ct nTUlltr7 mer business partner. The next NlAAA'- -VJ stop will be at Kansas City where j Jt 'nm jpil JL " Mrs. Jessie V. Lackey, mother of j Vlhanv CiT'"'"JJjt''tl1 oreenn the local man, resides. In San A"-' 1 Our Entire Stock Goes Nothing Reserved Dresses Priced For Quick Disposal Linen Blouses ture student body officers. Stand-! temporary sacrifice in cash in-aids of loyalty, conduct, grade av- comc- It is a rare farmer who has erages, and fraternity politics were 1 bccn able to afford that sacrifice listed. A fifth ruling forwarded ) within the 15 years. The new the plan that the internal affairs iso'l program will readily adapt committee with undergraduate j itself to Linn county and Willain-representatives should make up a 'cite valley conditions; It is expect-slate of candidates if the present ed that this new program will re-system for selecting officers doesjeoive more favorable approval 'lillo'll .Vl than cither the odcufi Q'asluon 3ibii Wlk and Values to S2.!)5 . . .27 $3.77 One l.ol of Silk DRESSES Values up t SO. 75 One Lot Long Sleeve Marilyn Dresses ' flJ Q 77 Reg. $12.05 val. D7 For 15 Years We Have SHARPENED LAWN MOWERS We have the equipment and the experience to do the job right. Bring us your mower and we'll fix it right. We sharpen, clean, oil, adjust and make any repairs needed. Prices 75c and up. Tailored Silk Gowns $5.77 One l.nt of Silk DRESSES Values up In $9.75 Values to S2.95 . $1.87 Leather Jacket) Values to $7.95 . $3.77 M E Ol'R NEW LAWN MOWERS SrORTV SHIRTWAIST FROCK MAKES YOU READY FOR SPRING $8.77 One l.nt of Silk DRESSES " Values Up In $14.75 2-Piece Rayon Pajamas N'alues to C ff fi.95 yc Hurley's Plumbing Shop Second and Ferry Streets Phone 108 Wash Frocks Values to $2.)5 $1.77 $11.77 On. l ot of Silk DRESSES Values 'p In $18.75 Satin Slips Values to $2.50 .57 Children's Dresses Values to fyw ?3.95 D 1 . Ladies' Hankies Values to ;!5e . . 17c Hand Bags Values to ?1.95 87c All Wool Sweaters Values to (fl 77 $3.95 D 1 . Kayser Cloves tm Values to $1.00 O C I C O T $ a.ld . X S K St II I. I J At Low Sale Prices The Sprinx Tarade tf I'rlnlioss Ka.shlnii!i are here In bunririire. To buy Ihrm at these low sale prices is an .vent that romps about onre in a lifetime.'1 Swagger Suits 5o$8.77 Values to $10.5 Pattern 2710 "I'm perfect for sports!" says a softly tailored shirtmaker, whose wearer rinds it invaluable in shantung, pique, crash or shirting. "I'm perfect for business:" carols :he same frock, whose owner likes her's best in a dark-ground, necktie silk print, with harmonizing scarf," tucked jauntily at the neck. And so it goes, for each interprets this young design to suit her own needs. Such an easy frock to make, too. whether one is experienced or new at sewing, for saddle-shoulder present no problem at all, and shirred touches at the bodice are 11s simple to realize as is the crisply notched collar or the single, in-turned skirt pleat. Girls, it's a "Must have!" Pattern 2710 is available in sizes H. 16. 18. 20. 32. 34. 36. 38. 40 and 42. Size 16 takes 3-i yards 39 inch fabric and yard contrast. Illustrated step-by-step sewing instructions included. Send FIFTEEN CENTS ( I5c) in coins or stamps (coins preferred) for this Anne Adams pattern. THIRTY CENTS (30c) for both. Write plainly name, address and style number. BE SURE TO ST.-VfE SIZE. Be sure to order OUR SPRING PATTERN BOCK for smart new clothes that'll fit you and your needs to a "T"! Gay, practical frocks to cheer you at work. Lovely party frocks and sports clothes to flatter vou at niav. Collar Ladies' Scarfs Value.- to $1.00 47c Montgomery Wards SAFETY SHOW Tomorrow, Thursday, ot 3.30 P. M. on First St. Between Lyons and Ellsworth SEE . . . Gus Srhrader. world's champion dirt track rami driver, nlayi.i the part of the "world's most 'Zl.u ,.-riv,r-.k"'? I rW Brown' d--vil of the preilv.a,,. ,5 the "world's most careless driver!" Tailored Skirts i 77 Valuqs to $2.95 $ 1 $ 77 One Croup Printzess Coats & Suits Values up to $25.00 14 Sports Coats flJQ 7 7 Values to $16.50!)7. NEW SPRING Millinery PRICES SLASHED i Snyder Knit SMUG &oo'. $14.77 77 One Group Printzess Coats & Suits Values Up to $35.00 23 IIATO Values to $4.95 HATG Vslura to $3.95 $1.77 iff Q f I : - ' - snfrmmcer. well knofo aviator .ml m-. mncrr. w-rii knnM . . .. f I " ,?,r "Pl'l" tWb. describe the Show in all IU blouses, skirts for multiplying cos- ,1 t I Stor Open' "I -J r s. tumes. hic slenderizing styles. 1 V g91 W. First ALBANY J o ' Sn the Safety Pledge . Use the Windshield Sticker Patterns for tots Fabric and -jy-cessorv new PRICE OF-JiOCK FIFTFF.X CENTS BOOK rfN'D A PATTERN TOGETHER. TWENTY-FIVE CENTS Audi-t orders to rVnuviit UeralJiyl'attero Department 6 1 '

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