Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on April 16, 1936 · Page 2
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April 16, 1936

Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 2

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PAGE TWO THE Atj Y.DgMOCR ATtH ER ALP, ALBANY,, OREGON THURSDAY; APRIL 16, 1936 When F. R.'sA way-So sHis-A id$ of the Cummings Transfer company, left this morning for Port- j ' nowce hrb city ' SUBSCRIBERS ,11 your paper j.ps not been delivered by your Albuhy carrier by 6:00 o'clock call D. M. Rohrboufh, phone 718-T and a copy will'be delivered by special carrier, Report all other complaints to the office, -Phone 15 Too Late to Classify (,'laMDfied Hdvud.Min-.-i iv on "hi '-) days must be in the pffice i.ci'i ru 9 it. in, t l.e 'un . - clarified page. Advertisement lt.i .I'L-tJ beiwci.-. . .. i "in." 'I'hursrtay will dfpeaT n: tliij ciiiumn. Tlie lull classified ; id mu-liui page will Oe louud . ii next to last page in today's , -per- I tree: Asa Smith, Sweet Home; Leslie Cade, Albany; F. D. Jenks, Tangent; C. H. Davidson, Halsey; C. H. Brown, Shedd; Thomas ' Jackson, Harrisburg and C. W. Habcoek, Brownsville. Mr. Brown and Mr. Jackson -were not pres ent nit jlast night's rheteting, but ih.PY.have been asked to serve. The . committeemen were told last night that the new program is established for at i.least two !yea'rs7's'6: fl"fhe seas'bn' Is Too" f ar adyaneed. trj-pprmit some farmers to .participate, tpey may prepare now- to partake - of - its benefits next year. ' ' " ' ' : " ' 1 jne iioss mn t 1 lie miiy person Hftfur'. V?;i I fTj at the IVIillc IIoiihd who run 1 j W35? I enjoy a vacation. Here (trace Mrifi& vfc I Tnlly, secretary to 1'ieslilcnl tnftJfl AF-I jf-T 5t Hoosevelt Tor elKhl years, is 9 f-Jflf X II shown as she absorbed 11 IHIIp 'fPCitiStf ILI Florida suiifliliip. Hiklni: n-reKl H )"53r r? t) at Coral Cables nbllf Hi? piesJ I f 'S'Jwkt Jt lilpnt enjoyed his llslilnc trip I W&"- 1 its May meeting, wcth-r permitting. The new officers viU be installed at tb,at ymt ., ,. Because more pareats of sophomores at the high schoo) attend-4 P.rT. A. meetings that class y-as adjudged winner of ihe attendance contest, as a result of which the dass will enjoy a half-day holiday at the discretion of E. A. Hudson, principal of the high school. - The program included presentation of eight members of the Jimior band, djrepted. by, Joren Luper, in several selections; selections by. the Albany -high school girfc' , quartet; cla.ripet- spo by Eddie Goman and a talk on -mijsic in the home by Lewie Pratt. . . Edith Gilchrist accompanied all of the soloists. - . n i t. . j . -r ,. PLAN COOKED FOOD SALE ' Women of the1 Catholic church I - rm 4MM t A4P I I SiA I i Vu 1 1 imia ana way pojuui on business. Dance at Fairmont Grange Fri- nignt. Good Music. alu From llalsey A. A. Tussing. attorney of Hal-sey and Brownsville, transacted business and visited friends in Al bany yesterday afternoon. From Portland L. Curry, K. Atterbury, T- W. Tucker and Frank M. Olson of Portland were business visitors spending last night in Albany. Elks Meeting The regular meeting of the Elks lodge will be held this eve ning, .,. . , .,, ...... , , COOKED FOOD SALE . Sat., April 18, Hamilton's Store by ladies of Catholic Church. alGp Viiltor in Albany F. W. Halstrom of Everett. Wash., was among the guests spending last night at a local hotel Post, Auxiliary to Meet Linn post, V. F. W.. and auxil iary will hold their regular meetings Friday night at 8 o'clock in the armory. A covered dish supper and special entertainment will be held after the meeting. HARRISBURG'S BANK REFORMED 'Continued from Tnice One) and was nationalized in 1008. Three years later the Farmers' and Merchants bank wns established by John Cartwrighi. The nine years of the existence of the Farm ers and Merchants bank was marked by a bitter fight between the two institutions, during which business men were aligned on one side or the other as either Wilhelm or Cartwright men. Newcomers to the community were almost forced to side with ono faction or the othor. . Another opposition bank, ' the Harrisburg National, was started I I PROGRAM PLANS OUTLINED 'Continued from I'ue (lof i serving crop, he said. Mr. King explained how acreage percentages can be computed, and said that this explanation will be repeated at the community meetings. These meetings, he J said, have a two-fold purpose: to i educate farmers as to terms and j objects of the program and to en-"able them to elect administrative I committees. I The Oregon State College exten-jsion service, with which he is I connected, is concerned only with the educational phase of the program;-Mr. King said. The administrative phase will be conducted by the ,: farmers-!, themselves, lie said:":1'- " --n -: -' "Temporary" committed chairnfea assigned to communities last night are:.. Viftor Lyons, Scip; George Sanilner;, Lyons; -'C. rf., Mitchell, Lebanon; L., O. Gorman, Crab- Moss Bread! BAKERY Phone 137 1- SOIL Enjoyment VT" K- 1 DaMy,.Menus V V, Rjw ,iiMjP : i Bfrhouricefl today that- they arfi planning for a cooked food sale wnicn iney win conduct at the Hamilton stpre all day pext Saturday ASK YOUR De GROCER FOR ' DE MOSS 212 WeU firsjt' gtret ffl Add UI to the ii BAKERY PRODUCTS , , . WANTED SPRINGP8 HEIFPBS, AJ.SO . yi-arlinK twifcr anil for Hale 4 yuunj mare. Wulter Nt-I&un, lt and Lyon. alS-18' HOUSE FOR RENT OH SALE ON EASY til ma, also farm. J. A. 'Lawrennon. V&'l Uaktr St. nlB- THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF USKU CARS IN LINN. COUNTY Fine st-lcction of ttood ununcd ti-anai-or-taiun. You profit at former owner's aac-riflvc. Juat note thcac examples: Clievrolct Standurd Sedan. Low mill-awe. lijie new. ' ' ' WYH i-fymouth. Exceptionally' Rood. 1UU4 Chevrolet Master DeLuxe Sadan. Famous knec.action and blue flame head for economy and comfort, ilia- line of Fords. DodKea, Ponttaca end oherst. A prfce for every purse. , ALBANY AUTO CO. , ; ; Used Car Corner 2nd and Ellsworh Sts. . Phone 200 ulS-18-i AUCTION SAT. NEXT AT SUDTELL'S Auction Market. 12:3(1 sharp. 2 good work horses, wt. 1S0U lbs. each ; 2 Jersey cows, milkinK : calves', 1 Jersey cow, 2 yearllnjc heifers, 2 brood sows,' 1 bin boar, 46 pjus, 15 ewes and lambs, ' chickens, cream separator, disc harrow, walking plow, bift lot of tools, dishes. etc. Breakfast set, chairs, rockers all enamel Lame range, all enamel Kas range, 9x12 Axniinstcr rule, davenport, ice box., 2 beds. etc. The above are as good, as new : on dis play Friday. Chop, potaocs,' 4u. sks. cjicat nd buck cheat mixed, icood feed : and etc. Brinit In what you haye.UlaelL.. Luta of buyers. Uen T. Sudtell, Live Stock Auc tioneer. ' f. y'C aio-s FOR SALE NO: IS PLANET'Jtt PlUnT ter and cultivator, complete. Albany Bar- cain House, 2nd A Baker Sts. alC Mrs. Folk Elected By High School PTA Mrs. Bertha Falk was pWteri Dt'CSideilt Of', the .Aihnnv'. hiah; schopj Parent-Teacher association at the annual meeting of the group in the high school buildine vpsipr. 1 day. Mrs. Ruth Wicks was named i vice-president; Zelma Parker. I secretary and Mrs. William Quifi-! ley treasurer. y 1 me assueiaiion aeciaea tq jiold -picnic at Eleanor park in lieu of ! Open Sundays Special Deliveries on. Request Limit 3 pounds- CENTENNIAL IvaiairjgaipnDQe Volume approximated 1.150,000 Shares, compared with 1,320,000 shares yesterday. Curb sales were 398.000 shares ' compared 'with 419,000 shares yesterday. - in 1821 but although the factional; Bonds: U. S. governments high-strife had subsided somewhat, jt Cr; domestic issues ircgularly low-lasted but a few years. ' j or. li 11 j 1 NOWv PLAYING jenids Saturday Diamona iim s newest triumph! SsitrGOsTti (Eona" Universal'. Hit LEE TRACY Free Delivery ' Telephones 43 and 44 Swilt's Brookfield Cheese 2 8-oz,. OQr juttkages .... (tsi - V Large assortment. Oregon Milk Tall cans 20c for' v Holley Cleanser 3 cans 29c Buddy Metal Helmet Free G. A. SPAGHETTI With Tomato Sauce 4. VBfcJ II' j WALT DIStfEY IS COLOR CARTOON l 'The Golden The factional split became prominent again lost October when Nona B. Hoyt, assistant cashier of the First National, was arrested for embezzlement. Miss Hoyt confessed to luggHng amountti ' re- kUK wi Utvl U1IU UU lull VUI1I I 7. .nj i... i nr;ii...i. pany, controlled by Mr. Wilhelm and the books for which she kept. Miss Hoyt is waiting sentence now while the federal court studies a plea of extenuating circumstances. innumerable rumors' about- the bank were started in circulation ID)55ll0Sr EStoODS. Brown's Ford Not To Grace Pamphlet Salem, Ore., April 16. Sam H. Brown, Gervais farmer" candidate fpr the republican nomination for United States senator, can't run a picture of his "same old Ford" in the voters' pamphlet, the state department said today.' , , . . Brown submitted a picture showing him, travelling bag in' hand, getting into his automobile in front of his home ready to start op a campaign tour. But because election statutes say that candidates shall . submit "portrait cuts" for the' ' voters' pamphlet, Brown was told he could run only his own photo and would have to leave out the car. REHEARSAL ADVANCED ( Jack Minton, who Is conducting a union children's Sunday school chorus, that the rehearsal hour has' been changed from 3 p. m. to 4 p. m. on Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays. Tomorrow's rehearsal, therefore, will be held at 4 p. m. in the United Presbyterian church, Mir. Minton said. VENETIAN THEATRE STARTS WED.. APRIL 22.. RUNS FOUR DAYS Matinee 2 p.m. Mies 1-9 p.m. after Miss Hoyt's arrest and many I taking into new wheat crop fu-deoositors drew out oart or all of tnre.4 on the hnorri nf It-uric toH;iv Kheir money setting the stage for; me iinai reorganization. played independent strength on the In addition to disposing of hlsbrcak. bunk slock, Mr. Wilhelm has sold At the close May was unchuiiB-his interest ui tlio warehouse com-edi bllt a cent below ,he hi ,h fol. pany to his former partners Jolinjthe day- New cropS were ,4 (o j and Frank Cramer, who look pos-mil a bushe, lower. Corn wns ,. session today, lie expects to devote: , ... ,, , , . . The Albany Democrat-Herald Steffi THE WEATHER ) - Oregon: Cloudy loniiiht and Fri day, with, rain cratable ; in Vet pqrtion Friday; cooler in interior pfj west pprtion Friday;. Inqreasing , southeast ly'Pu P'l coast, iwaxi-' mum temperature yefcterday lo-.cally, 80 degrees; mrriimiim tem perature, 43 degrees; river, 6.3 feet To Celebrate Aniversary Mrs., William 'llmrieh 84, and Mrs. D. RotiifiK. 8J. of .Albany re to celebrate their birthday anni versaries Mondaji 'Ajprlr 20. Leave for Port'and-r . Members of the county court and C. H. Murphjr, West' brook, Walter Arbutbuot, Leonard Gilkey, 1 Z: E". Merrill and George Berry left "Tor ' Portland (this morning to appear before the state highway commission on behalf p the cqrhpletipn Pf the Sun-tiam hignwiiy. - .SPECIAL DANCES Cuttonwoodsr See i'rj.'s ad alS-lG T Attend Presbytery Dr. Wallace Howe Lee, Dr. M. M. Stocker, Fred Fortmillcr, Rev. J.-. Y.i Stewart' and George H. Crowell of Albany left this afternoon for Corvallis to attend the spring' meeting of the Willamette Presbytery. YUlt Relatives Mrs: Charles Robinett of Glen-da)e, Co)., is spending a few days visiting her parents in Corvallis, Mr. and Mrs, Floyd Spurlln, and her husband" mother, Mrs,. J. fi. Robipeti, pf Albany. fythlan Convention A district Knights ol ' Pythias convention, including six lodges, will be bjeld in Albany at the KninW of Pythias rjull Monday evening, April 20. The grand' officers of the state are to be in attendance. Degree work in the first rank will also be a -feature. A large attendance 1b anticipated. Go to PortlanA Virgil Morss and Earl Lansing Albany Businett ' The merahanU . and prolea-ional people listed on this page are known as Albany'i most reliable business men and women. Call on them today. Please mention that you saw their ad. in The Democrat-Herald. " . ATTORNEYS i MARKS & McMAHAN '. . . Attorneys at Law , lit Nat'l Bank Bldg. ' ' ' Pji.mt. 'ti i AUTO FREIi i3! SILVER, WHEEL MOTOR Freight Daily service to. .and from all points. Gasco Briquettes and coal dealer. 1st Jt. Montgomery St., Phone 371. CAHPET CLEANING THE SHADE SHOP, 4UV W f irst Phnni .78 FILM SERVICE HURLEY'S DRUG STOKE POh wmlghl film ,rvlr FUNERAL PlttqCTOItB rORTMILLER FUNERAL HOMI 'ymf or Night ohnn- 447-D INSURANCE OWEN BEAM AGENCV Opposite P. O. Established 10 1. WW. BAIN, INSURANCE. Mmej ' to loan, farm security, PRODI (! SWIFT AND CO. ALWAYS lh the market for eggs, poultry ve and cream. Washing machines "' ottoikpo&, ames jidwe.- Maytag, Easy, Thor Washers. WELDING , BLACUBMITHINC SNYDER & SON t BEAR ALIGN ing frames, axles straightened. WELL DRILLERS C. E. GORDINIER & SON Well DriUera . "We solicit your inquiries" F'ian. OrvaoR USE CHINESE HERBS , WHEN OTHERS FAIL Charlie Chan Chinese Herbs Remedies ' itre non-poison-uus. (heir healing virtue Ins been tested hundred of vc-am in following chronic ailments. IS. B. Font Throat, sinusitis, catarrh, ears, lungs, asthma,, chronic cough, stomach, gall stoncf colitis, constipation, diabetes, kidnays. bladiler,' heart, nerves, neuralgia, rheumatism, high blood pressure, gland, skin sores, male, female, .cbiliheji duiiadcix S. B. Font. 8 years practice in China, Hub. Specialist, gives relief after others fail. US E. First St., A'uany. Or. , Office Hours: Sunday qi)d Wednesday II a.m., to 11 p.m. 1 : 1 .. ,r-. 2 Large No. 2d cans Loose 'Wiles Fancy Marshmallows Flour fev 49 : J $1.9 Palmolive Soap 3 barsi4c 29c TOILET TISSUE Rosebud, 1000 - sheet rolls GARLIC FLAVORED TODAY'S STOCK. GRAIN MARKETS I MAItKETS AT A GLANCE (11 Unlltd Fm) Slocks 1 to 3 points lower in liuht trading. Curb irregularly lower. Chicago stocks narrowly mixed. Call money of 1 per cent-Dollar generally steady; sterling fractionally easier. ".. 1 . 1 a 1. ....... -1:. -vr r . . 1 1 I Rubber 1 to 3 points lower. ! ' v . Grain ' Chicago, April 16. Partial breaking of the drpught in the southwest winter wheat belt brought heavy selling and profit- Losses ranged to a cent. May dis- VfUl 111111.-1 U -.3 Wflll 1UWW, UUlb were ',4 to 1h cent lower and rye was ' j cent higher to cent lower. Stocks New York,' Apri) 16. Trading fell to around a million shares on the stock exchange today and prices- declined in major issues. Losses ranged to '1 points in the general list, although several is-i-uus lust H or 4 points. A few shares gained. Dow Jones preliminary-dosing averages .showed: Industrial, 158--. till" 1.12: railroad. 48.71. - off 1137: utility. 32.31, off 00!).. ' IF i.vt svV ' jt - . y.- x it t GO v- j..- , .x, SP Many did, they Bros. Hills for trying but them. that Hills I that V Bill FkEilec Firm and " " Crisp, quart 5c 4 for 17c mm IN I. t,)...nir Jn ties belonging tu him here and in Eugene. Ride Giver Beats Vfomqn About Head Salem, Ore., April 1(1. Mrs. O. J. Sigtirdsun. ,45, was badly brat-en about the head last night by l) young man with whom situ accepted a ride near We Salem. She tnlil police the man. about 25. had hit her with 11 lame flat hammer and left her unconscious on the load. I 1 ! 1 V I ' 1 I, " x xxx T WISE FIG BARS Fresh lb 10c CHOCOLATES 'Si- lb 10c No. 1 TALL CANS NOTICE Murchaiulise offered for cale in this ad is absolutely guaranteed to be new stock and in no way damaged by ' our recent fire. . r - Baking Soda I COCOA Murli-Morr Large 2 lb. 1 1-' ' i Washing Powder 15c Nalley's TANG Pint 19c 33c Quart &ruUt iafL es hparls 9 fnr Or. tyi ilv , . my Ml YOIR CONTAINER, referred Stock. lb. parkas - &wV can 15c Riliso. 1 ft ' Large ikS JQ 10c &eesft 1V, (inn oi our friends had to economize as carefully as we and I often wondered how could afford to use Hills Coffee. You see, I still thought that a coffee as fine as Bros, was too expensive our budget. So we kept on one coffee after another, never repeated on any of Finally one day I decided if my friends could afford Bros. Coffee I could too. So bought a pound from my grocer, and then I got wise. I found Hills Bros. Coffee cost practically ttu some us tke cef ees Im4 bn Wisymg . . . but r Fancy Rose Brand Oranges, doz. 19c S V' Carrots, large bunches, 3 for 10c Fancy Peas, well filled, 3 lbs. 25c TOMATO SOUP Tan ns 5c PEACHES Brand 2s'j cans 25c Piichard Sardines ' 2tvtl 25c DC A NIC l're.erred Slock , O s No. i OA' DCt AnJ Fancy Whole cans ,jC Pork & Beans, Philipps 4 I9c i,U S : V tJ Lettuce., large solid , , 0- " O abel if fla- Try it and SSI BAKING CHOCOLATE 1 V'l si?fr yourself. llrrslie.v's S-oa. bars w . ana mas 0

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