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Albany, Oregon
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Wednesday, April 15, 1936
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o PAGE TWO THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT H ERALD; - ALBANY, OREGON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1936 tc the cherry crop of that state has been killed as the result of cold , weather. World's, Largest Lens at L. A. JETY. areas carried wheat fuLures forward to net gains ot n.oie ilinn a cent a bushel on the board oi tiude )oday after an earlier sell-off. -vi mi; ctose May was up V4 cent, -uiy t?i cents and September 1 u bushel. rue cioe waj near the day's wnicn represented . rvcov- .- oi i' mucu aa 2 Vi' cents a .:Ua!u.l 1 om.. the lows... j NOTICE TO CITY , ! SUBSCRIBERS If your paper kas not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 o'clock call D. Ml Rohrboush, Phone 718-Y and a copy will be delivered by special carrier. Report all other complaints to the office, Phone 15 TKe " Albany Democrat-Herald Visltlnf in Albany Mrs. Lee Smathers of Omak, Wash., is spending a few days in Albany at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Reynolds. By virtue of the loss of life and ships on the great lakes, the government was first disposed to establish the present service. I Service out of the Portland : station was first established in i 1871. The weather signal service 1 was established in Boise, Idaho, i in 1864 and has been continued through the subsequent years. I The forecast is said to be about. ; 85 per cent correct. A graphic ac-! count of the work of the Portland' I office and the messages received I from, the ships at sea was given. Mrs. P. T. Ployhart; aceompan-' iei by Mrs. C. E. Williamsori, sang' two solos. President J. C. -Irvine Business Visitor Marion Curry of Salem was a visitor in Albany yesterday. WEATHERMAN TELLS OF JOB (Continued from Fait On-i common center and from there sent out to the various sections, The early settlers of New England had no instruments to measure temperature and therefore had no definite knowledge of the temperature, Mr. Wells stated. The oldest station in the United Slates making continuous observations and reports was established at Charleston, S. C, in 1719. On. the Pacific, coast Lewis and. Clark,'. jnado,.f only- partial reports of the weather conditions because of lacJc 6F instruments. Ire 1849 the first station was - established at Vancouver oarracks; Lebanon Society Lebanon. Coming at a surprise to her many friends, is the announcement of the marriage of Miss Henrietta Horner and Mr, Merl M. Davis which took place in Vancouver. Wash., on Saturday, April 11. Mrs. Davis, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hornor, graduated from Lebanon high school in 1934 and then attended business college in Portland. Since the completion of the business training she has .been employed in an office. Mr.-and Mrs. Davis will make their home Visiting Relatives Mr. and Mrs. R. W, Williams of Portland were visitors in Albany last night at the home of Mrs. Williams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. French. They were here to visit their son, a student at OSC who sustained a broken arm a few days urged the members to appear before -thK fttateigtyvav.jc$nihi-sion in behalf of completing itlt-Santiam highway. Allen C. Edwards was announced by Fraiicyl Howard as a new member. - - I ago while engaged in sports at the college. in Portland. . Scio Society lorAK i , THE WEATHER Oregon: .Increasing cloudiness tonight and Thursday, with rain in northwest portion Thursday; no change in temperature; gentle variable wind off coast, becoming southerly. Maximum temperature yesterday locally 74' dcgrecs. Minimum temperature last night 42 degrees. River 6.7 feet. Board Member Talks The regular weekly meeting of the Albany Townsend club last evening in the McDowell building was well attended. Rev. E. C. Hicks of the Evangelical church and L. L. Furgcson of Corvallis, a i SPECIAL DANCES CottonwoodM See Fri.'s ad. al5-16 From Eugene A. Olson from Eugene was among the visitors spending last night and this forenoon in Albany. Spring Presbytery To Meet Thursday The spring meeting of the Presbytery of Willamette' valley Presbyterian churches will be held in Corvallis Thursday and Friday of this week. Rev. ; James Adken Smith of Cottage Grave is moderator; Dr. Wallace Howe Lee of Albany, secretary and treasurer; Rev. J., Y. Stewart, Albany, permanent clerk; Rev. George H. Wilbur, Salem, reporting clerk, and Frank C. - Gcaham, , temporary clerk. The piesbytury" will convene Thursday aftornon at 2:30 with Oscar W. Payne of Brown-viile presiding. Organization of the presbytery will be effected later in the afternoon in charge of Rev. Smith at 6 o'clock when dinner will be served in Educational hall by women of the church. Services beginning at 7:30' Thursday evening will include a sermon by the moderator, Rev. Smith. Special music will bo given by the Corvallis church choir- Xne regular business session begins at 8:30 Friday morning. During the day reports for various departments are lo be submitted and delegates elected to the general assembly. A. E. Caswell of Eugene, elder; Rev. Milton S. Weber of Eugene and Dr. M. M. Stockcr of Albany are to be in charge of the committee reports. Scio. Miss Alma Tonkin, daughter of Mrs. A. E. Tonkin of Brownsville, and Mr. Daryl Shcl-ton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shelton of Stayton, were married Easter Sunday, April 12, at the home of the groom's parents in 6toj'ton. Miss Tonkin has been employed at a woolen mill in Stayton. Mr. Shelton was born in Scio and attended grammar and high schools here. The couple will reside in Salem, where Mr. Shelton is employed as an auto salesman. The wedding date also commemorated the 51st weHHinp anni Business Visitors-Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Morris of Portland, former residents of Albany, arrived in Albuny last eve ning on a business and pleasure trip. members of the state Townsend area board were the speakers. In addition to the selections by the Townsend orchestra, a reading was given by Mrs, Marion Arnold- and a violin solo by James Richardson. Memorial, .resolutions were passed in recognition of four deceased .members. From Brownsville Chas. Tyson and Delbert Star of Brownsville transacted business and visited friends in Albany versary of the groom's grandpar-t 1 ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thayer, for many years residents of Scio. Tangent Society Publisher Visits From Yoncolla Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith of P. O. Urban, publisher of the Yoncolla were in Albany yesterday I Benton County Herald at Corvol- uii a uuswicsi. auir piuuaui i- uipj. 'ils, was a visitor at the Democrat They are friends of Mr. and Mrs Herald office yesterday afternoon, Robert W. Davis of this city. After h trip across the continent, tho world's largest piece of glass, to bo ground into a lens for the world's largest telescope, was delivered to tho California Institute of Technology at Pasadena, Cal. It will tako three years to grind the two-million-dollar glass Into an "eye" which will extend the range of the visible universe twice as far as any existing telescope. Albany,' Ore." PHONE 2U4-J Tangent. Mr. and Mrs. John Grell entertained a group of friends .last Sunday with a delic-. ious dinner, served at high noon. Following the dinner, a social hour was spent. Guests present were: j Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Obermeyer, 1 Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Forster, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Grell, Mr. and Mrs. i J. E., Jenks, Mr. and Mrs. Willi Case and family of Lebanon. ! Over Barrett Bros. Store ;-' " We have just installed the newest X-ray equipment, giving you the last word in improved dental servioe. From Newbcrg .... George Howland of Newberg arrived in Albany last evening on a business trip. A number of officers of the First Presbyterian church of Albany are expected to attend. i s r I C r ' d I .,' ti s Si V d v f ! p i t I B tl N F b u a: a P la it n: H b; la L di st m H Z Ri Ci Si - s Pi M n ct ar business pertaining to the next concert of the orchestra is to be transacted. At Salem Meeting The Willamette valley project committee is scheduled to meet in the chamber of commerce rooms in , Salem Friday April 24 for the discussion of projects. C H. Murphy, W. L. Marks ana C. E. Williamson of Albany are the members of the committee from Albany. . his home to visit for the next week with relatives. Ho is a cousin of Ida Mitzncr and Mrs. Ernest Gourley of Albany. Milzner is manager of a Safoway store in Dallas and this is his first visit lo the northwest in six years. Donkey Baseball Planned in June From Fort Stevens M. A. Bratten from Fort Stevens at the mouth of the Columbiu river was among the business visitors spending last night in Albany. D. of II. Meeting ' ' . " The local Degree of Honor lodge is lo meet Thursday evening at the Knights of Pythias hull, members announced. ONLY TWE SMARTEST Returns From Portland Mr. and Mi s. Charles Rohrbough returned last evening from a few das in Portland visiting friends. TIIURS. THE LAST NIGHT Roller Skating Albany Armory; u!4-15p To Play Tonight The Pythian Sisters will hold their weekly card parly tonight. The Tangent Bridge club met at the home of Mrs. George Koos. last Thursday afternoon. Mrs.; Earnest Har'nisch won high scor-i ing prize, and Mrs. Jess Gale, low i scoring prize. Guest prize went to Mrs. Hugh Richardson. Members enjoying the affair were: Mrs. Jess Gale, Mrs. E. C. Newport, Mrs. Earnest' Harnisch, Mrs. Hugh Churchill, Mrs. J. E. Jenks, Mrs. H. B. Obermeyer, Mrs. Lillie Westcott, Mrs. John Grell, Mrs.' Cherries Killed I Arrives from Texas CARD OF THANKS We thank our many friends, relatives arid neighbors and members of the Eastern Star, for their kindness and sympathy and their E. C. Roberts of Albany receives 'j R. R. Mitzncr of Dallas TexasJ Ilus Tonsils Removed-Mrs. J.- T. Robison underwent a tonsillectomy this morning at the Uridgwuler hospital. word- from his son. Dr. Roberts of brother of Mrs. Roy Gentl y of Al-the University of Wisconson. that bany arrived this morning from beautifut floral offerings in the , loss of our f belovedi wife- and ' 1 mother. Cecil Cox and Family. We have a hair cut for each member of the family. Try us. Terminal Hurber Shop. 15 Donkey baseball will appear in ! Albany again this summer with i tentative dates set for June 11 1 and 12, Floyd Hopeman, chair- j man lor. arrangements, announced' last night at the regular meeting ' of the Albany Lions club. The club will sponsor the exhibition to which has been added donkey polo. Plans to stage the affair under flood lights are being investigated. Freeman Essex, Portland, a charter life insurance underwriter, gave an illustrated talk on life insurance, particularly from an estate building standpoint, and emphasizing its lieiuibility face value and guaranteed income features. As example of the strength of the companies, he stated that. 15 billion dollars had been returned to policy holders during the depression, more than the government relief expenditures. , John Loos, and Mrs. Ed Grell. Additional guests included: Mrs. D. W. Shirley, Mrs. Ann Davis, Mrs. Dale Forbes, and Mrs. Hugh Richardson. At the close of the afternoon, delightful refreshments were served by the hostess. Program Presented At Richardson Gap Returns Home Irene Muller, who has been visiting in Lebanon for the past two weeks with her brother, Lawrence Mullur, returned to her Albany home Monday.-' i .-.i Prices Take Another Tumble FOR THE FINAL WIND-UP o2 STERNBERG'S $25MM SALE Tho program presented last eve. ning at the Richardson Gap school house by talent representing the Albany chamber of commerce, under the direction of R. W. Tripp, was received by a large audience from that neighborhood. Tho program consisted of number of selections by the Al bany Merry Makers orchestra. Goes lo Washington-Mrs. Murk V- Weathertord, past state regent of the D. A. H. society .left lust week end for Washington, D. C, where she will attend the national convention of the organization. She chaperoned Vivu Austin, Oregon City, who is representing Oregon in the good citizenship pilgrimage to national shrines, which is sponsored by the national society of the D. A. R. liciorc returning to Albany, Mrs. Wculhcrford will visit her mother in Virginia. skit representing three old maids, humorous readings by Miss Zel- l- TODAY'S STOCK, i I GRAIN MARKETS ! MARKETS AT A GLANCE (By United Preiu) Stocks fractions to more than 3 points higher in moderate trading. Bonds: U. S. governments strong with corporation issues irregular and German bonds peak- Curb generally improved. Chicago slocks higher. Call money of 1 per cent. Dollar slightly higher ::gainst foreign currencies. Cotton unchanged to 0 points higher. Rubber firm after making new highs. LEBANON DRIVER HELD Lebanon, April 15. (Special) . Don W. Campbell has been summoned to appear in justice court this week to answer to a charge 01 reckless driving, upon which he was arrested by State Officer Ted Hodman Saturday. Ladies' Hankies Value to 33c 15c Final Price Hand Bags Values to $1.95 . 57c Final Prioe ma Parker, and a short talk by Service Weight and Chiffon HOSE ... Values to $1.25 77c Final Price i i Hex Putnam, superintendent of Albany public schools. Mr. Tripp W. V. Merrill, Robert W. Davis and Holt Duodall furnished cat's for those making the trip from Al DR. CHAN LAM Chinese ' bany. following tilt program an CI tn infurmal social hour was. conduct Al- I cd and refreshments served. In California Word lias ben received in ArW1 - "IV A ' W.O.W; PLAN CONVENTION Sherwood. April 15. (Special)- Many more Dresses, Coats and Suits ' Regrouped to sell at these prices for THE FINAL WIND-UP KKCiltOUPEU FOR FINAL DISPOSAL DRESSES sat Jf"! Values to $7.75 3 J bany from Knuna Crawford, stilting tiiul she is enjoying a vacation tup in Long Beach, Cal., and that she is located ul the Kennebec Hotel. Miss Crawford left Albany recently for California. Medicine Co. Natural remedies fur disorders of liver, stomach, glands, bkin & urinary system of mm and women. New discovery ivr siixar diabetes without the u a . of Insulin; lit years in business. Sherwood Camp No. 494 will be v ii r m-j" I - si host to a district No. 3 convention of the W. O. W. lodge Saturday. The program provides for morning and alternoon sessions, tUl iutC n4, REC.KOCPEO FOR FINAL DISPOSAL Naturopathic Y. T. Lam. N.D. Storks New York, April 15. Pressure lifted from the stock market today as suddenly as it was applied yesterday. Dow Jones preliminary closing averages showed industrial 159.61 up 1.20, railroad 49.08 up 0.07, utility 32.60 up 0.23. Volume approximated 1.320.000 shares compared with 1,940.000 shares yesterday. Curb sales were 419.000 shares compared with 489.000 shares yesterday. Mining Tuulitht The board of directors of the Albany Symphony orchestra is to he entertained 'tonight at . the home of lanthe Smith, 820 W. l'hysici punctuated by a luncheon and banquet. A play by the Sherwood Dramatic club will bu given in the Y1 ' ,1 DRESSES Values to $9.75 J5.77 evening, followed by u dance. The F I N A L W I N & U P F I N A L w I N D U P X7 rourth street. Tho meeting is to 1 convention will be held in- the open at 8 o'clock and important , Sherwood high school gymnasium. REGROVPF.n FOR FINAL DISPOSAL DRESSES $ mm Upstairs Room 1 and 2, Venetian Theater HI (in.. Cor. Firet and Brtiadalbin Sis., Albany. Office Hours: 3 p. ni. to 5 p. m Tuesday and Saturday Only. Consultation, Itlo'od Pressure and L'rinr Teats Free' ot Values, to $16,75 0 oJai's fashion 3ii REC.ROI PED FOR FINAL DISPOSAI Ml - Grain-Chicago. April 15. Nervous short covering and reports of further deterioration in drought GoldieChan. N.D. Charge COATS & SUITS Values to $16.75 $9.77 Make a Cool, Cape-Sleeved Frock to Suit Your Every Household Need Pattern 2711 RKGROl'PKD FOR FINAL DISPOSAL COATS & SUITS $ jf mm Value to $25.00 AHf WHAT When Spring rolls 'round, the house frock shakes its typical work-u-day air and blossoms forth YOU MEAN TO SAY in utter charm and grace. Here's frock you'll wear from morn till SOME REFRIGERATORS night, for it offers an endless var Taffeta, Lace and Net Graduati'n Dresses r-ri'ee $6-77 iety of fabric possibilities. Start USE TWICE AS Final Wind-up Price Linen and Silk Blouses Values to ft $2.25 MtJbJ the morning m a checked, striped or printed cotton, with self-fabric MUCH ELECTRtCITY or bit or organdy ruffling 'round its sleeves and pockets. Greet the afternoon in a printed silk or cot AS OTHEZS? I ' ! '' - t .' 17" ton crepe with a pair of bright Final Wind-up Price Rayon Slips Values to Aa. J2.95. 7C dressy buttons for decoration Lace and Tailored Silk Gowns 10 $1.77 omitting pockets this time. At the supper hour, you 11 be your fem Initio loveliest in an eyelet batiste version, or one of figured cotton voile. Such an easy frock to make. YOU BET YOUR LIFE ' Just Arrived! One Lot Lace Dresae THEY DO f BUT WAIT i f specui Hmsi.Amn It 1 I aHTg....gri it- i Cel. U.cT I 'TIL YOU SEE HOUT THE NEW FMGIDAIRE CUTS CURRENT COST Palm Springs Dresses The Miracle Fabric of 1B36 ' $8.77 4 Will not slip Will not ur Is cream rmlatitut Is fast color Is Washable Is long wear I in too. So, send for tins pattern now! You'll glory in its many possibilities. Pattern 2711 Is available In sizes 12. 14. 18. 18 and 20. Size 18 takes 34i yards 36 Inch fabric. Illustrated step-by-step sewing instructions included. Send FIFTEEN CENTS (15c1 In coins or stamps (coins preferred) i I VJL- .' y . TO THE BO ATE 1 f o Ayt . for this Anne Adams pattern. HATS Regrouped to sell at these prices ' For. the Final Wiiid-l'p of This Sale. One Lot HATS 4 mm Values to $2,95 9 One Lot HATS y mm Values to $3.95 ysts7 ittiKiY cents (30c) for both. Write plainly name, address and Final Wind-up Price Wash Frocks !v!o number. BE SURE TO $2150 to S2950 FRIGIDAIRE tttMETER-MISFlf STATE SIZE. Br sure to order OUR SPRING PATTERN BOOK for smart new clothes that'll (it you and your needs to a "T"! Gay, practical frocks to cheer you at work. Lovely party frocks and sports clothes to flatter you at play. Collars, blouses, skirts for multiplying costumes. Chic slenderizing stvles. Patterns for tots. Fabric and' accessory news PRICE OF BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS HOOK AND A PATTERN TOGKTHEH. TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. - Address orders to Democrat-Herald, i'attero Department. 1 Albany's Hurley's Plumbing Shop s.oro BLAIN LLU1HING CO 'm 1 301 W. First Street ... Albany, Oregon Phone 108 Second and Ferry Streets di-

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