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April 13, 1936

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PAGE TWO 1,' THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD; ALBANY, OR.EGON MONDAY, APRIL 13,' 1936 cent net and cent above Cochran's parents, Mr. and Mr the , until the permanent organization i farmers are anxious to know what Precaution Against Son Bum W. T. Cochran, and also to meet New Books Listed For. Public Library day's low, new crops were Va to lucent higher and near the highs for the session. Corn was 4 to cent lower, bats were off. W to '4 is able to function. They will di- ! to do in regard to their planting, vide the county into districts, ad-j In his notices to farmers and the vising as to local situations and committeemen' the county agent assisting with the educational explained that in lieu of the un- his brother, Fred Cochran, and family who are visiting here from Oakland, Cal., and who left today for thei rhome. ' " cent and rye was V to cents a i meetings. ; constitutional- AAAlprngram, the NOTICE TO CITE SUBSCRIBERS It) your paper has not been delivered by your Albany carrier! by 6:00 o'clock call -D. M. RohrbouKh. Phone 718-T and a copy Will be delivered by special carrier. 'Report all other complaints to the office, ' ! Phone 15 The Albany - Democrat-Herald ...intl lower. .. Community Meeting Listed i soil conservation scheme is design- We. have a hair cut for each member , of the family,. Try us. Terminal Barber Shop. ., a 11-13 The permanent board will con-ed to convey similar benefits to sist of three men, the county ; farmers withoutJ.coiistitulional neent pvnlainpH Thpir Rplpntinnc ' nnwiWrt nnH at thp .mi limp r- Sin, Disease, Death , . Following, are. new. books-received at the city library and reported by, Mrs. Ary, Neptune, librarian, as now available to the public: f . Barbour - Merritt Leads the Nine (Juv): Beach Fortunate Shipwreck (Juv.); Book of the Camp Fire Girls; Bowie The Renewing Gospel; Collins How to Ride your Hobby; Colver Strangers at Sea; Cowles 1001 Sandr wiches; Davies Radio; DeKruif Why Keep Them Alive? Farson Way of the Transgressor; Flo-hertv Guardsmen of the Coast; Gardner Case of the Sleepwalk Form LeSSOn Topic will be the results of polls to be.juvenate worn-out . soil without' . ' : conducted at the community meet- augmenting crop surpluses, by "Are Sin, Disease, and Death I '"S5- the three receiving the great taking out of production soil that ' Real?" was the subject of the Les- est aggregate number of votes i is to be rehabilitated. son-Sermon in all Churches of constituting the board. I "Benefit payments will be made Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, April ! These community meetings will j to cooperating growers at a rate 12. . I be held as follows, this week and I somewhere between $5 and $15," The Golden Text was "All flesh during the remainder of the month : Mullen xairt "denendine imon the Program Tuesday Evening The program to be presented by talent representing the Albany chamber of commerce is to be presented Tuesday evening of this week al the Richardson Gap school.house beginning at 8 o'clock. muu see me sarvaiion oi uoa. ,eacn at o d. m. unless otherwise The general public is invited to - THE WEATHER (Luke 3:6). attend. A number of Albany business and professional men are I Among the. citations which comprised the Lesson-Sermon was the following from the Bible: ' a .,,-,,.1 .. .; ,1, u ; j .,' also expected to attend. Visit Albany Relatives Mr- Hnd Mrs. Guy Angstead and child . of Oswego, . and Mrs. , tuny; ayyciodij, quickly, whiles, thou art in. the' way. with him; jet at any time the adversary deliver thee? to the judge, and the judge deliver thee to the officer, and thou be cast Harry Angstead of Lakeview, who designated: Shedd high school, Thursday, April 16; Halsey city hall, Friday, April 17; Lebanon city hall, Saturday, April 18 at 2 p. m.; Crabtree Ladies' Aid hall, Wednesday, April 22; Sdio I. O. O, F, hall, Thursday, April 23; Lyons' school house, Friday, April 24; Albany at the Linn county court house, Saturday, April 26, at 2 p. m.; Brownsville city hall Monday, April 27; Sweet Home high school, Tuesday, April 28- County Agent Mullen today explained that he received nptice, nnlv tnHnv In cnwH im tlm lnnr, soil, for shifting irom soil depleting crops grown in 1935, such as corn, potatoes and small grains, to soil building crops such as the clovers, alfalfa, perennial grasses , and permanent pasture. ' . 1 "This is an excellent opportunity for Linn county to build up worn-out and depleted soils. The program encourages good farming and soil building practices." Payments will be made to those participating in the program by diverting 15 per cent of their lands from soil depleting to soil building crops, Mullen further stated. Every farmer in Linn county will be oliiiible to comply, he said. . hag been in Portland the last few weeks for medical treatment were visitors' yesterday, at the home of into prison." (Matt. 5:25). The Lesson-Sermon also includ '.:-: . - '- . A - '!..''.'.' ' V . ' a? ' - ' ' '111 s Jj( V ,f, ,v r - ' i v . . .. , Orjegon: Fair 'in east portion and partly , cloudy in west portion -to night jma fliiesiW; light ram on norti,ws;'mtle'hanfei Ji tern, peralurc; gentle variable. Winds Oft coasts in i Maximum temperature yesterday locally 80 degrees. Minimum temperature last .night 45 degrees. River 6:4 feet,, ., J From Harrlsburg " August Spurlin and .some friends of the Harrisburg area were Albany viisitors and shoppers Saturday afternoon. Meeting of Presbytery The spring session ot the Presbytery of Willamette is to convene in Corvallis at 2:30 Thursday afternoon and continue during Friday.' The First Presbyterian church of Albany is to be ed the following correlative passages from the Christian Science their sister and family, Mr, and Mrs. Ben Bartcher. ., ' ers Niece; Hamilton fopuiar Crafts for Boys; Harris Vitamins; Haynes Men, Money and Molecules: Hedges Indoor and Community Games; Housman & Koeh-lcr Footlights up! Jaffe Outposts of Science; Joad Return to Philosophy; Justus Honey Jane (Juv); Kent He Went with Marco Polo (Juv.); Macauley Personal Pleasures; Maule She Strives to Conquer; Noble (Ed) A Round of Carols (Juv.); Nord-hoff & Hall The Hurricane Oliver Greater Love; Pope We Three; Santayana Last Puritan; Schlink Eat, Drink and Be Wary; Silcock Introduction to Chinese Art; Sterne Drums of Monmouth ( Juv.) ; Thomson Biology for Everyman; White Made in Russia (Juv.); Willoughby --River House; Corbctt Beth and textbook "Science and Health Visit ai. Corvallis with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy: 'Agree with thine adversary quickly, whiles Mr. and: Mrs, Ted . Reynolds ing of the program because many ' spent. Easter day visiting mends thou are in the way with him in the vicinity ot Corvallis. Return from Portland Mr.ian&'Mi'flJ L. P. Lennard and Suffer no claim of sin or of sickness to grow upon 'the thought. Dismiss it with an abiding conviction that, it. is. illegitimate, because you know that God is no more the author of sickness than children, returned last evening from Portland where they hud been to spend the day with rela I He is of sin. You have no law of Ernestine Graper (Juv.); Pierce lives. It's more Fun When You Know j His to support the necessity either of sin or sickness, but you have the Rules (Juv.). flsli.' Ganic Meeting . divine autnonty lor denying that The regular monthly meeting of Visit, at Caicadia .. . Mrs. Morris Senders and son, Ralph, and some friends were visitors yesterday afternoon ut Cascadia. i . . necessity and healing the sick, (p. 390). the, Santium Fish ana) Uume association is scheduled to be held at the city hall in Albany Tuesday TODAY'S STOCK, GRAIN MARKETS SOIL PROGRAM MEETINGS SET MAfU 1KETS AT A GLANCE (Continued from Page One) evening at 7:30. Mi I Hi ' 'H.'l'l I '. Sister Dies-- ,.;.., , i Mrs, j,,L. Stuart of Albany has received information of the death of her sister, Mrs.. L. F. Crocker, in Oklahoma, following the death of another sister, Mrs. Mary J. Uuvis. .about three weeks ago in an. uutomobile accident.. .. Spend Easier Here. Mr. and. Mrs. L. T. Brower of Portland, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Keeblcr, Leland IVforris of Lebanon and Iris Snyder of Independence were Sunday visitors at they. home. of. Mable. Keeblcr. They returned to their homes late Sunday evening. jacKson, HarrisDurg. These men will serve as the advisory board These days the burnt child fears too much sunshine, so little Miss Cautious rubs a soothing balm on brother's back to ward oft a painful sunburn. Now that, spring has brought sunbathing back, no sunshine addict can scorn the good example she sets and don't: overdo exposure to the tanning rays. I (Hr United Prru) i Stocks highly irregular in light 'trading. Bonds irregular and quiet'; flul-ian issue weak. I Curb trading dull. I Call money -74 "of 1 per cent. Dollar steady; French franc recovers after early easiness. Cotton 5 to 7 points higher. Rubber, around, new highs in fairly uclive trading. PERFECT HEALTH Has a Beauty AH Its Own Visitor., in Alhny .. Mr. and Mrs. ff. W. Miller and son of Crescent- LaKo were among The trip is Mrs. Russell's first out oi her native state. Leaves fori Home George, Bautlachl, signal station man,, at, Crescent Luke, who. has 'r&S VaCT if ; - at the Albany General hospital, for injuries sustained in an uutomobile accident. Come in. Let lis show you the most ' beautiful, the inctt Norge ccr built. Let us show you why it is ' the biggest dollar-fof-dollar value Norge has ever offered. And let us. give you the details of the easiest buying plan yon ever heard of. Don't delay. Act now, Cboott the refrigerator Ufitb tbi Press Acton Lazilalcb e Cemti-rutins Btttle tmd Dairy Rack e Sliding Utility Basket e Adjust-able Sbelf e Improved Automatic Flood Light m Closely Spaced Sbelf Bars Many otberimpropeifg meats and refittcmttttt.Kgl Pinochle Tonight 1 The public Is invited to attend JtHEN you 1 feel rundown have no energy, when your stomach gives trouble with gas, or "sour risings," take Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It acts as an internal cleanser the pinochle card party given by the Ladies of the Moose, beginning Stocks New York, April 13. Selective buying featured a highly irregular Receive Medical , Treatment-Frank Walker, Albany,- underwent a tonsileetomy this morning, at 8 p. m. tonight, at the Moose been in Albany a Jew days on account, of his. wife being in a local hospital, left, for his home today. Salem,' visitors-- ' ", X. L. puncan, C. Lynch and Miuk E Powell of. Salens were among the visitors spending Easter day, in Albany. , a DOWN temple, members announced to i.v$8.75 At and H. F. Vrcll, Albuny, a major day PAYMEN1 day. , , , the week-end busings visitor); in Albany. ''."'.-':;... PoriUmd Vliltor A , M. R. Setter, A. . Sell and. J. M. Hensley of.- Portland wore umong, the business visitors spending the. week-end. iiivAlbany. . Ltave, for PortlandV-., . Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rohrbough und Mr. and Mrs. Charles trout-man left yesterday for Portland to spend a few days on a business and pleasure trip.. operation yesterday afternoon at Dow Jones preliminary closing AS LOW the Albuny General hospital. averages showed industrial 100. Tuesday Meeting Scheduled pimples and. annoying eruptions Deferred payments up to 36 minths Small Carrying Charge Tho Loyal Order of, the Moose 76, up 0.28; railroad 50.41, up 0.36; utility, 32.90, off 0.25. will hold its regular meeting to Rehearsal Cancelled There will be no rehearsal of the Volume approximated; 1,450,000 morrow night, at 8 p. m in the caused by faulty elimination usually disappear' your appetite increases and you feel more peppy than you have felt, in years. All druggists. Buy nmvl New site, tablets 50 cts., liquid $1.00. Large siic, $1.35. Hooker Electric Store V 310 West Second Street . ' Phone 164-'j Albany Symphony . orchestra to- shares compared Willi 1,H30,UU0 Moose temple, it was announced Examiner, Due ..Glenn Bown, .state . .examiner for uutomobile drivers' licenses, is scheduled, to be at the, Albany cily hull Tuesday of this week from 9 to 5 o'clock. shores Thursday. today. nigni, according to Director Lor-en Luper, who stated thut u number of the members were out of town because of the brief Easier vacation. Hero from Seattle Grain Chicago, April 13. Muy wheat met heavy liquidation on the Week end, visitors ut the home I of. Robert Wiilthow, Albuny, were " tiMiii'H rf ti'iiHa liiHntr I-.,, nan, Arrives In , Albany , Miss Mubel , Howard, a teacher in the schools; of. Colfax,. Wash., arrived in Albany Inst evening on account o the sudden deal) ,J)ij'V.V father, Mrs. Dye, Dorothy Dye, and. Mrs. Wulthew, all of Seattle. ' Visitor from Lebanon G- L. Alexander, publisher of the Lebanon Express, wus umong the business visitors spending Saturday uftornoon In Albuny. Hay Scheduled ,, futures, were in renewed demand A piny "The Old Fashioned,, and climbed fractionally to new Mother," is lo be given Thurst highs for the movement, day nighl at 7:30 o'clock by memT Al the close May was off hers of the Evangelical church . In MuMlnnvllJe Mrs, Ed Gordon, Albany, and Mr,, und Mrs. Ruber of Corvallis, missionary circle. From Silent 6 i Martin Ojaluh of the SileU valley transacted business and visited friend in Albany Saturday, : friV.C Burns, Blisters. I jl,ltJ Scratches, etc. .4 I'llV To relieve soreness Sclo Visitor , Frank Pruitt and family of near Scio were in Albuny Saturduy ariernonn. spent Luster nt the, home , of friends in McMinnyillc. Guests at Carters WHO'S WHO. Mr', and Mrs. Kenneth T. Carter, r hasten healing help prevent, infection -apply or ban lu Kosu. Cal.. are auesls From Myrtle Point- From Brownsville-Mr. -and Mrs. O. M. Rankin of Brownsville were Albany shoppers and. visitors Saturday afternoon. Dun Poling, principul of the ? ? -w-Bk r once, miia.reuaoia v Resinol Myrtle, Puint school, and Mrs. Pol Slcnd$.iEasler In Hubbard Wilma . Dick, Albuny cqllege senior, motored lo Hubbard yes-lerday to spend the day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dick, who were in Hubbard for Easter Sunday. ing and their little son spent Rast the home of Mr. Curter's pnrents, Mr. und Mis. Virgil Carter. They were met here Sunday by Mrs. Carter's parents. Judge and Mrs. F. R. El well, of St. Maries, Idaho, who ure ulso guests nt the Carter home in Benton county. er in Albany ut tho home of Pro lessor Poling s parents. Dr. and Halsey Visitors-Mr. and Mju. Tom , Ardry Halsey wera business visitors Albany Saturday afternoon. Mrs. D, V. Poling. From Jefferson Mr. rind Mrs. N. S. Nave of nenr Collage Grove Visitor-Miss Wilbertu Wilson spent the Easier holidnys nt the, home of fi ioitns in Cottage Grove,, She relumed lo Albuny Siinduy evening- Jefferson, former residents of Al To Attend Service ' "' ' Members of Barzillai chapter of the Eastern Slur are urged to be present for graveside services to be conducted for Mrs. Cecil Cox Tuesday uftornoon. Funeral serv bany, were business visitors in Al bany Saturday. Return from Fishing I Mr. und Mis. K. W. Dill and George H. Safley returned last evening from a fishing trip by boat on the McKenzie river. The found the river too high' fur good fishing, , i , The New 1936 Classified Directory now being compiled by the dailv Democrat-Herald will tell you in concise, handy form, "Who's Who" among the business and professional interests and organizations of Albany and Linn county. It will be known as The Democrat-Herald's 1936 "Who's Who" Business and Professional Directory Parents of Son Great Aunt VWts ices ure.to.be held nt 2 o'clock M, and Mrs. George Uruul.acht of Qakridge, are the parents of a lir cla,,cl. Mrs. Elizabeth Russell, a great aunt, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert C itvu Hi'umi, uva uuiici' sun, uuiii Si-hufcr, mini and uncle, of Media. Wednesday evening ut Ihe Albuny General hospital. Pu., lire visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Horton. Thev Visits in Albany Rev.- and Mrs. Earl Cochran of Seaside and their two daughters of Salem were In Albany yesterday to visit at the home of Rev. arrived in Albany Saturday, and ( lasses Cancelled WPA agricultural classes taught by Cecil Cox have been cancelled for this week because ot the death of Mrs. Cox, it was announced Monday. , expect to remain for the summer In Local Hospital Treatment was administered to Helen Glell of Tangent, yesleidny lion William This Curious World V. Ferguson IS A MOST EFFICIENT We Know That You'll Want To Be Included In This Work Simply Call 430 or 431 It is a work, undertaken with the object of providing an up-to-date rrfrronce guide to the business and professional men and women, and institutions of the city and county. ---- - t Upon completion publication will be made first in the columns of The Democrat-Herald. The directory will ihen be issued in book form, classified and alphabetically arranged, so that the information can be had at a glance. The first pages of the bnok will contain useful information concerning the' county in general, followed by a handy guide and reference to the business, professional people, and institutions of the community. ' . There will be no dispbxy advertising of any kind in the directory book All tvnc will be uniform, alphabetically arranged as to classification and, name. EXPERIMENTS SHOW THAT WITH AM AIR. TEMPERATURE O-33 3P BELOW ZERO, W' e ' SOIL SURfiACE BNEATH ONLV "TEN INCHES OF SNOW REGISTERS ABOUT 20" ABOVE CHIC OF AN EASILY SEWN SPORTS FROCK IS "BACKED" BY BUTTONS Pattern 2858 ' ' IT you'd just begun fo think all spoils frocks looked alike, take a look nt this clever little Anne Adams original, which preserves all the good features of a shirtwaist frock, yet eliminates all the tailored difficulties. And that's one reason why it's so easy lo make; another is that you've illustrated step-by-step sewing instructions lo guide you to success, to show you there's no trick to inverted sleeve pleats, n four-point collar and slmulati'd back closing. And who wouldn't be tempted to turn her back on her best friend, just to show off that spirited backing of nobby buttons? You'll find a cotton or silk shirting, necktie silk print, pique or washable silk broadcloth will wear, and wash and wear again. Pattern 2658 is available In sizes 12, 14. 16. 18, 20, 30, 32, 34, 36. 38 and 40. Size 16 takes 3V yards 36 Inch fabric. Send FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) In coins or slumps (coins preferred) for this Anne Adams pattern. THIRTY CENTS (30c) for both. Write plainly name, address and lvle number. flR SURE TO CTATE SIZE. He sure lo order OUR SPRING -ATTEHN BOOK lor smart new Hies that'll fit you and your ; ,d to a "T"! Gay, practical I f lo cheer you at work. Love-. 'vii'iy frocks and sports clothes ' 'luiter you at play. Collars, l"i'os skirts for multiplying cos-"m-v Chic slenderizing styles. Patterns for tots. Fabric and ac-i..-.r-iv news. PRICE OF BOOK FIFTFEN CENTS. BOOK AND A PATTERN TOGETHER, TWEN-TY-FIVF. CENTS. ' Address orders to Democrat-ilVJ d Pattern Department. These directory books will be given a general free distrbution. Of-1. . . L'V A'' '",':,' I... V't'itr in "'f A, 'iii ;n ifn ::'. ' ' EVE.R.V SFRIM3. .' THOUSANDS OF WtNK-LD PLANT LIC ARE PRODUCED ! BV WNCLESS MOTHERS. , AND THESE. IN TURN, GIVE birth to WINGLESS DAUGHTERS. , A nominal listing charge of $3.00 is being made for including vour card in thii work. No personal solicitation will, be made. An invitation will be" extended to vou however, by telephone to cooperate in getting out this representative directory. . " IF VOITR NAME IS NOT LISTED IX THE PHONE BOOK S i ii-iivrc, Xciw" TO" W,S" n'RTHSR MWIVAM W e . Call 430 or 431-Din, Drj. - THIS IS A . ... NATURAL OCCURRENCE IN THE NORMAL. LIFE CVCLE OF PLANT UCE. 4'IIHPMI ltVKI.' INC Th leader ol Ih. nw 1936 EASV Waalwr llrw oHtra NEW MODERN BEAUTY NEW QUIET OPERATION NEW SUPER SAFETY WRINGER combined with lh worid'i lat wathlnf action QUWAUBA PALMS, I V J. h.. OF" BRAZIL, PRODUCE A WAX WHICH IS USED , IN MAKING ' PHONOGRAPH I i ll. ALBANY DEK0CDAX-1 RECORDS . ' ' Otto Koos Rotcoe Ames Hdwe o COVrilAltY to nenrral IicIk-I. ixlreuiely cold weather lins litllo tiivi7iii(jlic hoi'ites of Inseils wiululi lu-luw the sui(:ir of tho uiT. nit iixis.llv Ik this o it l lun- it u lilunki t of snow. Ciller, pillars, rinieit Imlit its ii rln lia liixo'iii M'va uliorl llnio llr teihlt ll))iHd Dill Ng) . . , Tel. 283 Albany D

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