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SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1936 THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-H E R ALD, ALBANY, OREGON UIL I U I . PAGE THREE T1 At First Easter Mass Held in New Coughlin Shrine x1'ety. meeting place for tonight from the W. A. Pearson home to the I Everett Fisher home, Fifth and I Washington streets, it was an-1 nounced today. A dessert dinner! 2:30 and 7:30 o'clock in the United Presbyterian "church auditorium. I The general public is invited, said ' Rev. Banks. ' ... mus mrt- w .uuimiJif J CLASS ATTTkin AkllE . .T7 sriMnnVS SHOWS EDUCATION l ldTBDWei aiiVtk M ttKTirUTNAM AJJ .. D : NOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS If your paper has not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 o'clock call P. M. Rohrbough, Phone 718-Y aiid a copy will be delivered by special carrier. Report all other complaints to the office, Phone 15 The Albany Democrat-Herald Sot Mnnrlnv Nlin'tt n& Mdlt 1h 'fiiVthering Set Monday ig.r crctiujvinfieduMtjpn is-lndicated : - by 'growing- attendance at. WPA Dr. Fred W. Ingvolstad, former- adult redticajion'. classes, Bex pastor of a Methodist church nam, Albany school Oklahoma. today announced ent, sa'd at the WPA adult educa- . (Continued From Page 2) lowing the- business meeting and program,, . , . Fourteen members and 3 guests enjoyed' the evening-.- The guests were; Mrs. Voss, Mrs. Irvine, member of the Lebanon chapter and Mrs. Edmund Barrett, member of the Woodburn chapter. , ..... Junior Contract Club Has Evening Party. . : An' interesting social event of the past week was the evening parly of the Junior Cqntracl club Wednesday , evening, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ellingsen, with Mr: and Mrs: Loreh Schroeder as - joint host and hostess. Four tables of - bridge .were in play during the evening, with prizes going to Mrs. J. K. Weatherford jr., rand Lowell Seaton. -. At a late "hour Mrs. Ellingsen and Mrs. Schropder served . a luncheon. ... , Edna Warren Given Shower Thursday. . '.-'Miss Edna Warren, whose mar-, riage'to Everett Terhune, is to be an event' of May 5, was the guest Of .honor at a shower Thursday evening, at the home of Mrs. Harold Fisher, with Miss Margy Fir- chau as assistant hostess. The eve- J kiVTff r 1 i h I r-i -iP MM1 2A Alin M--. t.-.f '1 'f 'v"! '1 MliiMMrittyl Hundreds ct Detroiters flicked to Father Charles" E. Coughlin's new Shrine ot the Little Flower, at Royal Oak, on Easter Sunday morning to view tbls Impressive high mass, sang at tbe simple main altar ot the beautiful edifice. During tbe soleruo ritual, commemorating the Resurrection, Father Coughlin Is s,hon ai the extreme left. Although opt completed, tbe new building was utilized tor the colorful Easier services because 01 the recent destruction by tire of the old shrine. LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF. NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS I is io De served . ai t : ju p.m. Here Visiting-Mrs. Charlotte Rose of Victoria, B. C., who has been visiting in Independence, is in Albany visiting her daughjer, Mrs. Harold AlbrQ. From Fter ' Jed Mealcy, a timber man of the Foster neighborhood, is an Albany business visitor for the day. Lebanon Visitor Jess Moss, a farmer and stockman of the Lebanon neighborhood and candidate for nomination as sheriff on the Democrat ticket, is spending the day in Albany. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thnnk all our friends negihbors and members of the Z. C. B. J. No. 224 for their kind ness and their kind words of sym pathy and their beautiful floral! offerings in tlie loss ot our beloved wife and mother. - Alois Vana and Family, 1.0 0. F. Celebrate Lodge's ' Founding Observance of the 117th anni- versiii'isof' the founding of the In dependent Order ot Odd Fellows' lodge in the, W1!1 amies was inc motive of a program in which'the parent lodtie and its several branches participated ut the regular' meeting of the Rebeknh lodge in the local 1. O. O. F. hull. Mis. Edna Gear gave the ad dress of the evening, outlining the history and ideals of the lodge from its inception in England and is foundation by Thomas Wildey and Thomas Welch in Baltimore, Md.. April 13, 1819. The program included also vocal solos by Jessie Campbell and Linden Launcr, accompanied by Mrs. Gertrude McLeod; a rcuding by Mrs. Eva Nichulls and a comic play "My Cousin from Sweden," by a group of Madison school' girls. The cast Included ' Arletu woold- ridgc, Lois Ross, Margaret Spildc, Esther Connor, Viola Hoefer, Eunice Pugh and Elvu Bicgel. The program was arranged by Pearl Turnidge. It was followed by a banquet served under direction of Mrs. Abbie Bennett to 85 persons. ... .. Fellpyvship Meeting . Scheduled Monday A district fellowship meeting of the Pentecostal Assemblies from Shlem to Rbsebiug and from the valley to, the coast will be held here Monday, it is announced by Rev. Allun Bunks of the local church. From 250 to 300 are expected to be here for meetings scheduled for . t .. J. j u .. i ning was spent informally and at tendants ' ' ' ' a late hour - - light , refreshments Mrs Rhodcs made her home wereservea. . - - : Albany with her grandmother, . The guest list included: Mrs. A. c graduated irGnetag ren,-Miss Amelia Zuhlsdorf, Mis,... fcHSa'fluate of 1 iYA1 13 1 eiuuuciic ui that he will speak 4at a Hublic meeting in the dining room ot the at. tiancis hotel here at 8 p.m., Monday night. At the meeting, Dr. Ingvolde-stad said, in his announcement, he will give an expose of Russia, which he visited some time ago to study the government and people. He Is now lecturing under auspices of the American Guard-inn, Chautauqua publication,'-and has been speaking on phases of Russian life throughtout the United States for several years, ALLARD RITES HELD Funeral services for Clinton P, Allard, 15-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Allard, who passed away April 17, following a short illness, were helo) from St. Mary's cnurcn biiiuraay morning. Key. John Waters, officiated. Pallbearers selected from the Boy Scout troop, of which Clinton was a member, were Merle Long, Victor Groening, Homer Groening. Kenneth Molvor, Walter Smith, jr., and Kenneth Murphy. Mrs. Leslie Meinert and Mrs. Ben' Townscnd arranged the floral offerings.- Interment was in the family plot a.t Riverside cemetery. - The Fisher-Bruden funeral directors were in charge. ' . . 1 ; OFFICIALS VISIT DAM County - Judge J. J. Barrott, County Commissioners H.'A. Ren-ninger and H. F. Warren and County Engineer Walter Larson yesterday were conducted on a tour ot the Bonneville dam construction scone. They were en route to The Dalles to Inspect n new type of road grading machinery, consisting of a shovel mounted on a dicsel tractor. The officials had spent Thursday in Conference with the state highway commission! i AUTOMOBILES COLLIDE Cars driven by 'Rachel Elder, Albany and Fred M. Bobo, Chicago, III., collided at Thirteenth and Elm streets yesterday when, according to Miss Elder's report to police headquarters, Bobo failed to heed her signal asshe turned from the highway into Thirteenth street, NEWBERG MAN KILLED 1 Ncwbergi Ore., April 18. James Branson, 61, father of H. J. Branson, Newberg newspaperman, was fatally Injured late Friday when he was run down by an automobile driven by A. L. Slarik, Seattle; The driver slopped within 15 feet and state police suld they believed -the accident was unavoidable on his part. rin t;a1 rviico irctalla rirti-onri t.. i , nJuiSv mi rillinn Albany high school and he also at- Junction City church here , Harrisburg ' Harrisbiirg The men's Bible class of the local Christian church emei uuiteu uie mens cias 01 me ailflllJJlCU UUL UUUtJ VUUUK JHUII W F.i u'nnp pnvp spupval finp mn- siPnl splertinns.- Thnrn was nlsn . " p -r. - a spirited community singing by all the group. E. W. Blehm act ed as toastmaster and called on everyone present for a talk. The talks and discussion took on. a round table complex. Refreshments were served by the church missionary society. The hostesses were Mrs. C. E. Davidson, Mrs. 1. D. Yerian and Mrs. Charles Nel- L son. Mr. and Mrs. James Doak have moved to living rooms of the Hop Inn service station just west of the Yeon bridge. They will not operate the station. Ali: TriAmncnn TVTicc T llfilf RiH- mui? iuuiiiauii, wt V- ' i ders. Miss Frances ivicrvecKiiie, Miss Hazel Earl, Mrs. Theodore Frazee, Mrs. Floyd Riley, Mrs Mnrvey Beeson, mrs. omm u. fS5J!ttJtt'i!S2dPu!! 1BV-.U1 A A .3, U J v. u -! Roy Kyle, Mrs. Walter, TenBrook, and the. guest pf honor. w Mrs. Freeman Hostess At Easter Party. B..1..11M1. AH;.nitct..h ' I tion open house-meeting .in the n'n school auditorium- here Thursday night! The depressiqn has stimulated this interest, Mr. Putnam said, and many adults have been impelled by it to take tip such work as the WPA classes have offered in vocational and avocational subjects. More than $400 a month Jri payrolls has beeri added to ' Albohy's income without ahy investment -by the community through the WPA adult education program, Mr. Putnam said. The program- included a' style show, given by Mrs. Goelda Wlck-izer and Mrs. Winontl Agee, illustrating the solving of clothing problems. On exhibition were samples of work done by Albany and Lebanon classes in picture tinting, and arts and crafts, taught by Mrs. Vfick-izcr and Mrs. Fern Broili; typing and bookkeeping, taught by A. H. Gillette; knitting and rugs, taught by Mrs. Agee, and basketry, displayed by Lebanon workers. The exhibits were arranged on tables and were viewed by i large crowd of persons who also attended the ppen house program. 1 li. ' CLASSES TO RESUME Cecil Cox announced today that the WPA classes organized under his supervision-' at the Scravel-hill, Dever and Conner - schools, will resume sessions next week. At the Conner school the poultry culture ' class; taught ' by J.' F. Svinth, will discuss chicken culling Monday, -starting: at ' 8 p.m. Mr. Cox 'teaches bookkeeping at the Dever and ScravelhiU schools. ELEVATOR EQUIPMENT HERE Equipment' "which Will "be employed In construction ' of a new elevator in the First National bank building, Albany branch, has arrived on the ground preparatory to Installation In the near future, " - ' " Observe Accident' and Heaith Weki ;l AprJ!M2-ZSV by making adequate provision'-lor loss of , time. , from Accident or Illness. J. L. Stuart Int.- Agency Nothing But Insurance is directed to do business 1 4 i i 1 ji U-,..,t. t -. , , JQE SAYS T . t, Thursday of this week, with roll guests of Mrs, Daniel Freeman u answered b 12 mem. last Sunday at her home on b d M Ri , ; e, ho was an F,fteenth and Broadway streets additiona, L for a party in accordance with the Two contests were staged dur-Laster motil. , ing the afternoon, with Mrs. For- Preceding a joyous Easter egg ti and M Richie winning Jiunt, Mrs. Freeman related to the prizes " girls, stories of Easter time. . . , g jng flovers wcre used about .quests present were Jean , Slo- ithc"rooms for dcc0rations. cum, Betty Slocurn, Phoebe Elder, : At lhe dose Mrs H seryed Dons May.Mornhinweg, Virginia a delicious luncneon and was as-Mprnhinweg, Jean Miller Gene- L d . serving by Mrs. Riciue. vieve Godwin and Fern Godwin. " T. T.r: . A1Un.. nnllurn ! John Zybach and family aregreens moWCrs and the fairway moving from a house near the tractor mower are making grass cherry orchard to a Dempsey I fly 0n the course, house in the northeast part of The greens and fairways have town- been in fine shape up to last week Octave Fritz of the U. S. S. Mil-1 when the warm weather started waukee, stationed at San Diego, the grass growing at a rapid rate, is here for a few days visiting i More than 30 nlavers were out last with his wife and other relutives. Mrs. Dorothy Sender and daughter Gene, who have been visiting at the, Hone farm west of town, for, . ay month, or, more, have returned to their home in California. J. W. Moore is recovering now nucule rung, muaiiy cuiit-iic am- the afternoon. . .. : Lewel ling Home Scene of Party. v Last evening Judge and Mrs. L. G; Lewelling extended tne nos' pitality of their home to the mem bers 01 a covered- aisn club of which they are members. At 7 o'clock clnner was served and . tPTATS THE WKATIIKK Oregon: Partly cloudy tonight; cooler in north and east portions; Sunday fair, but cloudy on coast; cooler east portion; gentle south west winds off coast. Maximum- lemperature yesturday locally, 78 degrees: minimum temperature last night, 51 degrees; river 6.3 ft. At Crawfordsvllle Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Templeton were in Crawfordsville last night to visit an uncle, Jim Smith, who is said to be dangerously ill. - Timber Men Here Several timber dealers from various sections of the country arrived in Albany last evening to bid on timber lands offered for sale for delinquent taxes. From Cottage Grove Clarence Chestnut of Cottage Grove, brother-in-law of Robert W. Davis, 'spent last night and this forenoon in Albany. Business Visitor F. L. - Thompson of Knnppa, Ore., arrived in Albany last evening to spend today in Albany on business. . . ' We have a hair cut for every member of the family. Try us. Terminal Barber Shop. a 18-20 Business Visitor C. H. Watzek. a timber owner and dealer of Wauna, arrived in Albany last evening on business in this section of the state. Continues III Mrs. M. B. Craft, who has been in the Albany general hospital for treatment for several weeks, continues seriously ill, it is reported. Marshal Dana to Speak Marshal Dana,- associate editor of the Oregon Journal and district chairman of the government national resources committee, is to be the speaker next Wednesday noon at ' the Albany hotel before the members of the Albany chamber of commerce, ' Curtains Beautifully Washed, Starched and Dried to original slie. No books or plus. EdKcs straight. Ecrued if desired, no ex tra, charge. , Albany-Magnolia Laundry. I'hone SO. a!8 From Portland , ..' ' I . W. A. Donley of Portland wns among, the business visitors spending last night in Albany lit a local notei. ... Business Visitor John Caluvun of Marion county, a brother of V. L. Calavun of Albany, is a business visitor here to day. Visiting in Albany-Frank Pruitt and family of near Scio are spending the day in Albany on a business and pleasure trip. From I'lainvicw Mis. James Nichols of Plainviow neighborhood, arrived in Albany last evening to visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. N. E. Olin. THRIF-T WASH 10 lb. Minimum 60c Everything nicely washed sweet clean and sanitary, and water thoroughly extracted. We Iron all flat pieces, such as sheets, table cloths, towels, pillowslips, etc. (lc each for handkerchiefs). (Shirts in this wash will be fin Ished for lBo each.) .' Albany-Magnolia Laundry Phone SO a 18 Blossom Day Sunday '. The annual blossom day at Sal em will be held tomorrow. Thousands of acres of orchards are in blossom to be viewed tomorrow by the hundreds who visit this section each year; Madison PTA to Meet The Madison PTA will meet Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with a business session preceding we social nour. Fraier Chosen- William Frager, Albany, as one of the outstanding men In the freshman class, was pledged Fto skull and Dagger, sophomore ser vice nonorary, with impressive ceremonies nem at the annual freshman class dance, Frosh Glee, April li, at the University of Oregon. - i , Rehearsals Shifted Rehearsals of the children's chorus directed by Rev. Jack Min-ton will be changed next week to the Methodist church, meeting Monday, Wednesday and Friday anernoons at o clock. Visits In Lebanon Jane Dannals spent last evening In Lebanon attending a bridge party given by Mrs. Elnathan Lowe for her sister, Dorothy Michelson. Miss Dunnals received high score. Visiting In Corvallis Ruth Romaine of Albany is spending the-'week-ond in Corvallis visiting relatives and attending the Corvallis high school senior circus. A. A. U. W. Meetlnc Changed The Albany branch meeting of the A. A. U. W. has changed its from an attack of pneumonia and 50 players on a yearly basis, which is able to be about 'again. He was, will be sufficient to maintain the in the hospital for several weeks, j course through this year. Possi-Mrs. Mabel Lassen, who has bilities for the future will have to been here six weeks visiting with develop at the end of this season, her daughter and caring for In the meantime, the course this measles patients, was to start Sat- ycar wl11 be in better shape than With the bridal couple on their wedding day, were Mr. and Mrs. A T -Tnlinsnn ivhn wprp thpil at- . 'bv State colleee at-Corvalhs, where he was affiliated with Lambda Chi I , - -i .t... Alpna iraternity. we nas oecn em-1 ployed by the county for the past - 5 - . - d k Re ma, lore in engineering at Oregor State college. North Albany Club . Has Pleasant Session. The North Albany Thursday . ...III. A UnVrrnw -UU Willi . ' TODAY'S STOCK, GRAIN MARKETS Gruin Cliicago," April 18. Wheat fu tures surged forward as much as 2'i cents a bushel to new highs lor lne season on tne ooara 01 "dul-- eu?,u" "v7, e southwest winter wheat bell ... .. ..t,.,..,...,, of the cash position, rising almost 2 cents to within striking distance of the $1.02 mark, the first time in months. At the. close May was up IVz cents, July up 2V4 cents and September up 2 k cents. Corn closed 1 cent higher net oats finished up 14 to cent and rye was up to cents a Dush" iri. ... MARKETS AT A GLANCE By L'nlti'd Press Stocks lower; Johns-Manville off 10 points. Bonds, domestic corporation issues lower; U, S. governments irregularly lower. Curb stocks sag under lead of oils and utilities. Dollar steady in major foreign currencies. Cotton 3 to 6 points higher. Rubber slightly lower. Slocks New York, April 18. A break of more than 10 points in Johns Manyille stock follpwing a 28 per cent drop in net income of that company unsettled the stock market in the short session today. Dow Jones preliminary closing averages showed industrial 156.0 i off 1.71, railroad 47.90 off 0.42, utility 31.91 off 0.20. Volume approximated 810,000 shares compared with 800,000 last Saturday. Curb sales were 234,000 shares compared with 230,000 last Saturday. , .. . TURKS REOCCUPY THE DARDENELLES (Continued from I'aKe One) later in the evening bridge was arougm ana inc aisturpea r,uro-enjoyed. Five tables were in play Pea,n situation increased, .during 4he evening, and iprizes ; New .crops led the advance. iirday for Cornucopia, Ore., where she will work lor tne summer. Mr. and. Mrs. Harry DcLong of ",,; 7 ",,u V " ' . np ritfT viistpri arfnv nr lwo!wl11 be In f'n0 shaP throughout Ore., viisted a day or two ii'iU 'i, j' , ji;n, vynp have no telephone ground for a two-story chigken house which will house 1000 hens. Miss Gertrude Starr is expected horn from ' the Albany hospital in a day or two, though it will be several months before she lias completely recovered. She underwent an operation for appendicitis and in a week or two had to go back for the removal of gall bladder. Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson and son Richard Albert of Cath-lamct. Wash., were guests of Dr. and Mrs. Clak and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lester Coate this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moore and two sons Everett and Harold of Gladstone and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Brown of Portland spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Coate, MORE MEMBERS ARE SIGNED FOR 1 COUNTRY CLUB Activity is again in evidence at the Linn Country Club. Members of the contest teams wcre busy this week and have collected dues from Sunday and found the fairway a little too deep for comfort. Greens-keeper Straight is at work today with an extra man on the greens and the course will be in fine shape for Sunday play. Confidence is now expressed in the possibility of securing at least 'or years pnsi. ine worn mat tjoo . . the season. The absence of heavy play since last fall has also been a help. No announcement regarding breakfast has been made for this week, but it is expected that this will gel under way in a week or two. FINED FOR BEING DRUNK F. J. Michnctsun was fined $10 in city court today when he pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness, on which he was arrested late yesterday by Chief of Police Chandler and State Officer Winters. D.-H. Want Ads Bring Results Accused of Plot to Kill Mate Charged with a plot to wreck the LAN. train of which aer husband. 70. was enclneer, so she might collect his J3U0O Insurance aud remarry, Mrs. L" W. Vann. 4U. alxife. was arrested In Pensacoia. Kla. Detectives nabbed two Negroes who said tbey bad been paid to pull' spikes from tbe trai k. and beld tarl Travis, aid lu u "lbs other oiao." 'r -m. ' i this message There are many, business establishments who do not .have telephone i , facilities. To them, the Democrat-Herald's J 936 . . "WHO'S WHO" CLASSIFIED BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY, , Offers an expeptional opportunity to place their- name and location' before the it ; ". . public with whom they wish v -.: " " .- -.- went to Mrs. u. . u. Austin, ivirs. C. H. Murphy, Walter Stuart and J, Fred Braly. T Mrs. Mills Hostess To Bridge Group. Thursday evening, Mrs. J. Ken-contract neth Mills entertained a bridge club, of which she member, at her home on is a West Third street. Two tables of bridge were in play during the evening with a light luncheon being served at a late hour. , : . Kensington Members Have Luncheon. i Friday noon, the members of the Kensington club, motored to the home of Mrs. M. J. Looney, which is .south of Albany on the Pacific highway and at 1 o'clock a no-hostess luncheon was served. The guests were seated about small tables and attractive favors qnd placecards, marked places for 15 members, v s : The afternoon was spent in a social hour, with Mrs. Lawrence Scharf fenberg and Mrs. Elmer Williamson winning prizes in a congest. ......... Leisure Hour Book Club at Davis-Home. 1 Mrs. W. H. Davis of Third and Ellsworth streets, opened her home Friday to the members'of the Leisure Hour book club, with a luncheon being served at 1 o'clock. Spring flowers formed the decorations about, the-rooms. Following the luncheon the afternoon was spent informally. - ;;.,' Mrs. Walkup Has Card Club Thursday. Mrs. Hugh Walkup was hostess to the members of La Troisieme bridge club last Thursday evening i her home, with three tables of I Pine, here with numerous relatives this week. Friday, in company with Mr. and Mrs.- Francis Ki.er, the latter a sister of Mrs. DeLong, they started for Grants Pass, where Mrs. DeLopg's mother lives, and to Hoseburg where she has a sister. George Goodman of Mcdford was the guest here of his mother, Mrs. Cora- Goodman, the first of the week. Mr, and Mrs. C. W. Murphy were Portland visitors a few days ago. Miss Ina Bridges entertained her Sunday school class Sunday at an egg hunt. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Quam of Portland wcre visitors recently at the home of Mrs. Quam's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Herman. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Gooding spent Sunday, here with Green Gooding and wife, and greeting numerous friends. A group of Rebekahs from Springfield visited the Three-Link Robekah lodge , here Tuesday night and watched the degree work put on by the local team. Two initiates were taken into the lodge, Mrs. Harold Lister and Mrs. Ray Dallas. Gayle Jacobs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Jacobs, is expected to come from the hospital in a few days. She has been suffering from pneumonia an aftermath of measles, and has been in the hospital twice. The Christian church gave an excellent program Easter morn ing, ine greater pari was uy uu- pils of the Sunday school and the following numbers appearca: reef Ethel Drew; recitation, , Richard Cain: Scripture reading, Harold Smith and Stanley Davidson; solo, Mr. Kenney; accordion soio, ncv. Russell Boatman. ; Mr. and Mrs. O. H Nelson of fautneriana were euusi ouu I'liauu ,.- , .. ... H. Vrnm Bn was on the way back from Portland, where he had been tak- U'K l"i'uni """" Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Miller and i two daughters were here from Klamath Falls for Easter, visiting with Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. iand Mrs. w. j. Bronson. Mrs. Mil- Jer js remcmbered hcre as , Roverta Bronson. Dr. D. G. Clark and Lester ,. . . aUr.,, 1600 young cmcks thi, year and wjU Rct 800 mora ncxl monlh. n,st year they . i ...liV experimented witli a smaller bunch and are enlarging this year. They are telling lumber on the This directory is undertaken with the object of providing a reference' ifUide to' the Inisiness men and women In id institutloTi.s 'of the community!" 4'' ' ' "" ' " ':' VV '- . .... .... , v, TJpon compUition, publication, will bo mude in the columns of. The Uemocrat-Herald. Tho directory will thon, be issued, in book form classified and alphabetically arranged, so that the information may be had at a glance. i , There, , wjll be no di.iplay, advertising of any kind in the directory book. All type will be, uniform, alphubetieally-arranged as to classification., and- name. These directory books -will be: giveji, a general FREE disU'ibution,, ' ,, ' ' - . r-ii .''.. i'M v .' A nominal listing charge of $3.00 is being made to include your card in this work. NO PERSONAL SOLICITATION WILL BE MADE. AN. INVITATION WU-i- BE EXTENDED. TO YOU, HOWEVER, BY TELEPHONE TO COOPERATE IN GETTING OUT THIS REPRESENTATIVE DIRECTORY. ... i ;.; " ' ' ; .. .. ., . .. To those without phone ; connection W suggest a call at the Democrat-Herald office or telephone 430-431, Directory Department, and a representative will be glad to furnish you with further details. lii ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD DIRECTORY DEPARTMENT armed aid in. Britain, in case of a 'tation, MaryBelle Blehm; recita-marl Ana" act liv Premier Benito tion, Nora Stevenson; recitation, lluolim of lUily. ' .' ". ' .. ' Tv,,,, ,.!, ,r i,.ft !, ,Wirfprfiv favorable impression, probably ti.rii .it to edj.iu.-i act aimov- ic ai i- i,,.aij . i. . L,.ii..i it i ., -,.,.n...,. Russia was believed to have urged i u. key to seek permission for re- occupation. Roumama was willing ;,i,H r.rporo ;.r.rl .Ii.anslav.a were expected to follow the example of Britain and France. Italy, also, was sa,5 to be ready to accede be- cause it desires juiKcys gooa w'" - jupanwassaia io oe cnureiy wu,- me. The other Lausanne treaty sig- natory uOulgaria, winch, likewise, was expected to agree to remili- tarizatlon and in doing so to raiso annther niipstinn hv seeking to another question by seeking to throw oil the shackles of it Neu illy treaty. bridge being in play during the evening. Prizes wen to Mrs. James Cochran and Mrs. Z. -E. Merrill. i Rounding out the evening's pleasures the hostess served a dainty luncheon. ! . Mary Crawford and John Rhodes Wed. Miss Mary Crawford, daughter of Mrs. A. Johnson of Portland and John William Rhodes, son of Mrs. W. H. Rhodes of Albany, were marrierJ November 10, 1935, in Camas, Wash according to an announcement made by the couple tndav. They plan to make their borne in the Burggraf apartments, jnoving into theu: new home today. . .. I ; y. ..t te. f ' -,-3 '- ' . .. . X- . 3 '

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