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PAGE TWO THE ALBA.NY DEMOCRAT. HERALT3, ALBANY, OREGON monday; .april 20, 1936 NAMED ADVISOR Future Farmers irmers couple. A reception followed . ihe Polk and Benton counties where vows. . .he wiio well and favorably known. I The bride chose an infoi mal He was married to Miss Lillie Al- gown of navy blue crepe with lent July 2, 1883. Mrs. Simpson ' 0fYe Plan Convention TY' Judith Severson, who has been appointed district secretary ad- white organdy trim. Her corsage WHS acciddltly killed NOV. 1 "inilrl anr VirPi'nirf-Rntt: T nic Local Future Farmers of Amer- Business Visitor trict.. convention of the Knights Bruce Short of Cascadia, who is of Pythias. State officials of the working on a farm near Albany, order and delegations from at was an Albany business visitor least s'x lodges are to be present, early this morning. Following the program rcfresh- ments are to be served. From Marshficld Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cushman and Visiting Relatives family of Marshfield were week-1 Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gabriel and end visitors in Albany, visiting at little daughter, Sarah Katherine, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Red ,.r 0.....1 i ,...i..j : ah NOTICE TO CITY ' SUBSCRIBERS If your paper l-.as not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 o'clock call D. M. Rohrbough, PhoM 718-Y and a copy will be delivered by special carrier. Report all other complaints to the office, Phone 15 The .Albany,,, Democrat-Herald. was of sweet peas - L928 "e laler ubalr-,' i Walker and Doris Dragoo, attend- The couple will make then Mi s. Rose Sullivan, who survives. , d the district convention at Mon- ica are planning to attend the Baptist Ladies Aid eighth annual state Future r'arm- eis convention to be held at O.S.C. Meets Recently. iiume in aaiern, wiiere ivir. anup- no is also burvivcu uy a udusinw, mnnth Anril 17 hrid 1ft A tint- herd is. employed by the Western Mis. W. L. Dalton. Albany; two Wednesday afternoon of last Paper Converting company. ; sons. Dee and Dow Simpson, Beginning April au lor a inree day session. Jack Looney of Albany is luck dinner and a business meeting of the guild was held at the home of Miss Severson today. week the Ladies' Aid Societv of : Kings Valley, and two brothers. vice-president of the state associ ' . . .. . mip. namu la a UOUKI U ehnnnn Snrioh; 1 Phy and Fain Simpson, also 01 Saturday evening to visit at the Z'vl"aK,Z.i , f,nT ,he First Baptist church met at home of Mrs. Gabriel's parents, VLl the home f Mrs- william s8od- of Mr. and Mrs. Cushman. Kings Valley. On Flshlnr Trip ' br!elrrem0ainTngX8vS ,S TTma days .the chapters of the state to attend. George Schulte. C. A. Crume and Joe Neely and son snent the uovernor Lnuries n. iviarun is day yesterday on a fishing trip on i nual banquet. James Eager ot uuver creek in the coast moun Live Oak, Cal., president of thi The remains are at the Keeney funeral home in Corvallis. Funeral services will be held in their chapel Tuesday at 2 p. m., and interment will follow in the family plot in the Kings Valley cemetery. Judging Instruction Scheduled Saturday St. John's Lodge No. 17, A. F. & A. M. Reg. meeting Tues. evening. Banquet at 0:30 p. m. Visita- tains west of Monroe. HOME IN SUNRISE For Sale by Owner . ; i .' ), Modernt 7 rooms, fireplace, water system, double garage-one acre ground, some fruit priced to sell. . ; Call Homer Dowd, 690-J were present and enjoyed the de- ."d Mrs. Layton Loftin en-.,tir,i hn, j - tertained with a series of one votional hour and program. 0,clock bridg ,unchcons on Wed. The meeting was opened with a nesday, Thursday and Saturday no-hostess luncheon at 1 p.m. afternoons of this week at the ; : home of Mrs.. Loftin. Baptist Minister ! The rooms of the Loftin home . ! were beautifully decorated with Honored Ot Reception. j fruit blossoms, narcissus, and Friday evening of last week the thcr spring blossoms. Each table members of the First Baptist ;was centered by a low bowl of TIIR WEATHER Oregon: Fair east portion and Leaveg for Slock Ranch i tio nof Grand Muster add other California association, is to be to be, the main speaker, at the an-among the visitors and speakers. More than ; 400 delegates . are ex Mark Bussard is leaving some.Orand officers. time this week for his big stock a'20-21 E. Horning, W.M. '. w f n partly cloudy west portion tonight and Tuesday; littlo change in temperature; gentle northwest winds off coast. Maximum temperature yesterday locally 72 degrees. Minimum temperature last night 44 degrees. River 5.4 .feet. . pected to atttnd from the 43 Ore-gon chapters. ranch in eastern Oregon where he will remain until after hay churrch honored the new pastor "wers iur uie .serving 01 me nnH hia i,ifi Ho, anrl Mrc .Inn. TODAY'S STOCK, GRAIN MARKETS Country Club Will ker, with a reception at the church. During the evening hours an lunencon. fiaces were iaia lor 20 each afternoon. On Wednesday afternoon high score honors were won by Mrs. Glen Arehart, and Mrs. Nance. At the Thursday affair Mrs. Reed ' Hold Meet Tonight 3$w interesting program was given and From Brownsville ' W.'C. Cooley, pioneer merchant of South Brownsville, transacted business and visited friends In Albany Saturday afternoon. at the MARKETS AT A GLANCE Stocks meet meagre support break of 1 to more than 2 close light refreshments clark and Mrs Fred Knowl-en re Members of the Linn Country Club will hold a meeting this eve were served. Return From Alaea Frank Bussard and party returned lost . evening from Alsea where they had been lor the day on a fishing excursion. From Shedd--. Clarence Brown of Shedd was an Albany business visitor this forenoon. He reports the farmers active and the land in good condition.- . . ceived the high scores, ning at 7:30 o'clock at the Cham- points. The following program was Bonds: Industrial bonds lower i ber of Commerce. Members of the given: Four-'H club members and leaders will receive instructions in Judging cookery and clothing articles at a meeting of the ' Linn County Leaders' association to be held Saturday; April 25, in the Albany city hall at 2:00 p. m., according to Mrs. William Freekrsen, president of the association. Miss Helen Cowgill, assistant state club leader, will be the principal speaker and will conduct cookery and clothing judging contests for club members and leaders at the" close of her discussion. Mrs. Freerksen urges ciub mem-bers-and leaders to' attend , the meeting as judging work is -a very valuable phase of '4-H club work. in late trading: U. a. government ; rjoarci of directors will elect a Mrs. N. C. Lowe entertained the members of the Junior Matrons club at 1 o'clock luncheon on Clifford Davis, clarinet solo; Mrs. R. A. Talbott, leading; Mrs. Lebanon Visitors-Paul Mitchell and Dennis Cor-meir, business men of Lebanon, were in Albany Saturday afternoon to attend .the tax sale. and Italian bonds lower. ) president and secretary. Progress Curb: Late selling carries prices . in reorganization is making rapid lower led by oils. I strides and many new members Uelicate-J7ie flavor lasts Schilling p,,b,?L& Dollar (urn in relation to most . nave been enrolled lately. Thomas Gilchrist, vocal number: ! Thursday with Mrs. H. Corrigan Mrs. William Osgood, address of of Portland as an invited guest, welcome; Chamber of Commerce Luncheon was served at three quartet, composed of Stanley Pet- small tables each of which Was erson, Philip Lehman, W. C. decorated by a' bowl of fragrant Gatchell and Glenn Taylor, sang; flowers and gay place curds. foreign currencies. A large number was on hand Former Resident Visits-George M. Schwarz of Salem, a former resident of Albany, was a business visitor here today. He re Visited Salem Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mikklcson and sons spent yesterday in the Salem district attending Blossom Day activities. yesterday and found the course at Knox Butte in good condition. A permanent greenskeeper will be named shortly and improvements startedi on .the course, i - Members of the board of direc Chicago stocks decline in late trading. Cotton slightly easier. Rubber about steady. Call money renewed and lent at of I per cent. Hev. . u. hicks 01 tne minister- Bridge at which Mrs. Jack Kai- ports that he is moving to Med-ford in the near future to begin ial association gave a talk; Gor-'ston won honors, was the form of don Sternberg, violin number; the afternoon's entertainment. work with. -the General Electric Mrs. Risley gave a talk; Rev. Jun- supply company. - tors and others interested in the Oliver: New York bar price ad- ker and Mrs. Junker talked and Visitor in Albany-Homer Drinkard of Brownsville was among the out-of-town business visitors spending Saturday in Albany, David H. Simpson vanccd cent to 4534 cents, going j success of the course are urged to closing the Droeram all those nres- Visit on Coaat for be present. above American equivalent London price. ent sang "Blessed be the Tie that! Is Fatollv Injured Miss Mildred Hooker of Albany Binds." So You Don't Believe Us? and some girl friends of Oregon State college spent Sunday visiting points on the coast.. , . " Jitney Jamboree Given BRITAIN WARNS , LEAGUE TO ACT David H. Simpson, one of western Oregon's well known logging contractors who for nearly 40 years conducted large logging By College Groups. Candidate Here CD. Stringer of Lebanon, candidate for the nomination for congressman on tho democratic ticket, in this district, was an Albany visitor Saturday. He is planning to visit the towns of the southern part of the state this week. Members of Phi Tlieta Upsilon operations in this section, was fa- 'Continual from Pane One) were the guests of Phi Lamba tally injured about 10 a. m. Friday Chi at a gay Jitney Jamboree held ' at the Alio Allen logging camp Stocks New York. April 20. A lust hour sell-off shook the stock market out of a narrow rut tuday and broke prices 1 to more than 3 points. The whole list was affected. Rails were hardest hit in percentage decline while the widest losses were In the higher priced issues of various categories, Dow Jones preliminary closing averages showed industrial 152.-40. off 3.67; railroad, 46.41, off (.40; utility, 31.26, off 0.64. Candidate Visits Walter James of Sweet Home, candidate for republican nomination as county commissioner, was an Albany visitor Saturday. Mr. Jumes states that ho has had valuable experience in county road building, especially in making repairs and setting . up machinery. He pledges a square deal to all parts of the county. in tne home of Mrs. L.. Edholm, ' near Kings .Valley. Mr. Simpson Friday evening, April 17. I was driving a team of horses We've been telling you that automobile accidents are caused about as often from defective mechanism as from any other source. You only have to talk with the drivers of some of these wrecked cars if they can still talk to learn that "my front wheels just began to Orange and black decorations dragging a large log. Although tions . . . in addition to the action under Article 16 (the punitive article), which already has been taken, his majesty's government is ready to consider any new economic and financial sanctions." His announcement marked the Front Halsey ' Douglas Taylor, president of the state bank at Halsey, transacted business and visited friends in Albany Saturday afternoon. enlivened the rooms. Benches, there were no eye witnesses to the booths, and pink lemonade added accident, investigation showed to the circus atmosphere. A gyp-! that he had been walking on the sy told the fortunes of all who lower side of the hill below the would enter her weird tent. The loe and it is thought that the loe first time the British had indicat 'We have a hair cut for every ed officially tho possibility of ac- Returns from Portland guests themselves were the enter- hit a stumo deflectina its course Volume approximated 1,650,000 member of the family. Try us. Mrs. G. E. Fortmillcr returned shares 850.000 shares of which 'tion a8anst Italy outside the lea tainers, assuring an appreciative and causinu it tn roll over Mr. Terminal Barber Shop. al8-20 gue UUIUUWOlK. - , yesterday from Portlund. where came in the last hour comniirod audience. Refreshments were ser- SimDson. He. sustained severe cuts He made his ominous declara ved at a late hour, followed by anrt hrnicne .H niinnlv in- she has been visiting relatives the -with 1,160,000 shares Friday. Curb Former Sheriff V hits-Frank Richards of Lebanon, for tion with great solemnity, addini! last two weoks. singing of college songs. liured .internally, which rendered sules were 448,000 shares compared with 352,000 shares Friday.. Miss Edith Marquart and Miss him unnVneriniKi mer sheriff of Linn county, was an Albany business visitor Saturday Mary Shui were in charge of pre- ...Mr A lion whn. !''. wm-winH VlslUm Relatives Here-Miss Murilou Price of Dallas, "this is not prophecy but anxiety." "If as a consequence of the final outcome of this dispute," Eden said, "the authority of the league parations. Miss Marie Hubbel act- , some distance awav was attracted afternoon. Grain Chicago, April 20.-r-Wheat lU- ed as the gypsy Texas, arrived in . Albany last Wednesday and will spent the next tlireK reacted shnl-nlv nn tin hnnrrl month visttinff hnrn nit tlin hnmn nl - i t i... i tt: , is sn shttkpn that itQ future utilitv wobble" or that "it got out of control and I couldn't do a thing with it." Tha is the fatal, the tragic, the physical part of it. From a practical standpoint, if the front end of your car is in perfect condition you not only eliminate accidents from that source, but actually save money in repairs, tire wear, etc. ' Constant road shocks throw the steering apparatus out" of line. The toe-in of your wheels is wrong, causing your tires to be ground off in spots. Or "shimmy" is produced. It is our business, with our delicate Bb&v Aligner instruments, to diagnose the" trouble and with the husky, brutal Bear Machine to correct them. An inspection costs you nothings Drive in today. F. L. SNYDER & SON Blacksmiths, Metal Workers, Acctlycnc Welders - -" Second and Railroad Streets Phone 235 Return From California Paul Cplumbc of California, owner of several properties in Albany and vicinity, has. returned to . , . .. " ' - I wuirer tuutfy VII HKUVy gelling U 1 -1 " , . of her brother, Berrymun T. Price, I Spircd by moisture reports from'as tne best instrument for the Jr., and with her uncle W B. Price. I brought areas and on belief the' preservation of international peace Those present were: Oscar Anderson, John Bensel. John Eskeld-son. Franklin Knight, Philip Rum-mcll. Robert Hood, Mr. and Mrs. L. Edholm, Esther Fixsen, Marie Hubbel, Mary Ingram, Edith Mar- Miss Price is an evangelist. This is is placed in doubt, then it will be this section 'spend a few weeks her first trip to Oregon well for each of us to consider to the scene of the accident by the frantic barking of Mr. Simpson's pet dog. who was his constant i companion. The injured man was rushed to a Corvallis hospital but his injuries proved fatal and he passed away at 5:30 p. m. Saturday.- . , ,. , . ... .. , . j Mr.' Simpson was the 1 son of Henry and Martha Faulkenbcrry I Simpson, prominent pioneers of !Polk county, and was born in that technical positions ' had been impaired by advance of 10 cents a bushel in tho past two weeks. the policy which in that situation quart, Emma Marquart, Betty looking after property interests. To Attend Convention Albany and Linn' county hi gen At Trout Creek- it would be our duly to pursue. I Richardson, Katherine Sciiampier At the close Muy was down !' Mr. and Mrs.'Willurd L: Marks cents bushel net, but up more. This is ibt prophecy but anxiety.' and Mary Shui. . eral is to be well represented at aria auugmcrs,, tleien ana Marion spent yesterday at Cascadia. and Trout Creek along the Santiam. the 48th annual stale Christian Dever Society Endeavor convention to be held in than a cent irom the low. July was I us gravity should surely cm-off 1 cents and September ofpbasizc the responsibility which. 1 cents. j lies on lich of us to insure that I Other gVains 'weakened with; we will contribute the utmost and; wheat. Corn closed to 1 '4 cents within the limits prescribed by j Eugene April 23-26. The Alpha Book Club met at county December 26. 1871. He had the home of Mrs. E. A. Campbell hved practically his entire life in Has Major Operation Mrs. Fred Zilinski of Scio un- with 11 club I wm wuie uuwu iu -n me covenant in support ot the i last Wednesday, derweut an emergency major op cent und rye sold off 1 to IVt cents authority of the league. From Silrts Mr. and Mrs. Everett Estelle and family of Silatz were among the visitors spending yesterday in Albany, t , i - a bushel. eration yesterday at the Albuny General hospital. "Only thus can we hope ultimately to establish a rule of order in a world in which aggression does not pay." members present. Mrs. Anna Case of Albany was an honored guest. The afternoon was spent socially and at the close of tho meeting, Mrs. L. Compton and Mrs. Albert Harnisch served refreshments. The next meeting will be Meeting Place Changed The Officers' club of the Degree ITALIANS RUSH TO CRUSH FOE From Lebanon-Mr, Eugbee. of Lebanon' transacted business and visitod friends in Albany this forenoon. BUM BLOCKADE ON held May 13 at the home of Mrs. of Honor will meet at tho home of Mrs. Partlieue Turpin, Wednesday evening, instead of nt the home of Mrs. Sara Lamb, as previously announced, members stated. (Continued from Tauc One) Denver, Colo., April 20. Color- 1 Jtio Wooldridgc ado's drive aaainst indiuent tour- i Scio Society town whose capture would cut the ists began at dawn today, when Addis Ababa-Djibouti railway. national guardsmen, called out by Governor Edwin C. Johnson to To Play Tonight Visitor In Albany D. H. Warren of Portlund, a former resident of the Peoria neighborhood, was nn Albany visitor Saturday. The Women of tho Moose will Miss Ardyth Shelton, daughter f IVtiv anH Mra Rlh, .Clhnlf,,,, Addis Ababa, April - 20. The , halt the influx of alien laborers stage their regular pinochle party government rushed stores of gun from other state, took command of !s0jo an m,- LaMarr Shepherd cotton out along the road to all ports ot entry on ithe southern son (,f Mr. TUri shimhm-H of tonight in the Mouse temple, it was announced. Dessye toduy, planning to blow up border. who have no telephone this message is directed Salem were married at 1 p.m. Sun Reported III W. C. Eakin of the- Democrat-Herald news and editorial force is confined to his home today by Business Visitor April 19. at the home of day, LICENSE ISSUED the bride's uarents. The cere- Earl Ciirletun, a farmer and A marriage license has been is.- Imony was performed by the Rev. sued to Samuel M. Ropp. 22, of V. L. Loucks. of the Scio Baptist Route 1, Albany, and ' Vcrda church in the presence of rela-Kropf 21. of Hubbard. " 'tives and close friends of the stockman for many years in the Santiam country east of Lebanon, is an Albuny business visitor for the day. Visitor From Portland Phyllis Dollar of Portland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jumes A. Dollar, formerly of Albany, spent the weekend in Albuny us a guest of Miss Dorris Murphy. District rythlus Meeting Plans are being completed today to entertain this evening the dis- bridges over cascades ana to oiacK mountain roads in the path of the Italian advance. Natives, dazed and panic stricken, begun to evacuate the city, believing the arrival ot Italian troops was imminent. Motor lorries roared unceasingly through the city, Normal lite wus suspended. The road from Dessye was crowded with motor trucks from the front, and tattered, flying fugitives from the Ethiopian army. Motor lorries roared unceasingly through the city, all during the night and morning. Foreigners of mauy nationalities besieged tho bomb-proofed British legation for shelter. Americans prepared to tuke refuge there if necessary, by order of American Minister Cornelius Var. II. Engcrt. Hhlata TVkula, mayor of tho city, tried to rally to him. the mob of 5.000 nondescript warriors, some armed only with swords or spears, who pledged themselves in a wildly cheering demonstration yesterday to defend the city. Ml 1 WILLIS CLUTTER JEWELRY AND WATCH REPAIRING ENTRANCE IN ELEVATOR LOBBY OF FIRST NAT'L. BANK BLDG. Gel the correct time from the Glo-diul Clock in our Window There are many business establishments who do not have telephone facilities. To them the Democrat-Herald's 1936 "WHO'S WHO" CLASSIFIED BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Offers an exceptional opportunity to place their name and location before the public with whom they wish to do business This directory is undertaken, with the object of providing a refy i' nee guide to the business men and women and institutions of the' community. Upon completion, publication will be made in the columns of The Democrat-Herald. The directory will then be issued, in book form, .AVV.vrtfc,': classiliect and alphabetically arranged, so that the information may ARMS PROBERS FLAY MAKERS be had at a glance. (Continued frum Tarn One) FREE TICKET through CALIFORNIA on low .'r - m mmwimm OF 3 FROCK FOB "MOTHER'S DAY" ENJOYED THKOl'OltOl'T THE YEAR I'utlern 27! "Mother's Day" is a huppy duy and one that requires an especially flattuiing frock. Here it is! Put-tern 27t9, Charming, Fluttering. Slimming, und a frock to "do you proud" long after tho eventful day lias passed. Could you ask for a better way of "dressing off" those extra pounds you've gained this Winter? See how that slenderizing center panel curves up and down, eliminating that hurd-and-fast waistline seam and adding veritable indies to your height. Individual capelets serve to hide the upper arm, giving you the new, broad-shouldered effect. Choose figured voille or semi-sheer crepe a practical choice for the entire season. Pattern 2769 is available in sizes 10. 18. 20. 34, 36, 38. 40. 42. 44 and 40. Hue 36 takes 3a yards 39 inch fabric. Illustrated Step-by-step sewing instructions included. Send FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) in coins or stamps (coins preferred) for this Anne Adums pattern, THIRTY CENTS (30c) for both. Write plainly name, address and 'vlp number. BE SURE TO "TATE SIZE. no surf to order OUR SPRING 'TTEHN BOOK for smart new l"thcs that'll fit you and your .-.He to a 'T"! Gny. practical ' c to cheer you at work. Love- ir."ty frocks and sports clothes 'Inner ygu at pluy. Collars, Mmi. skirts for multiplying cos-imvs Chic slenderizing styles. Patterns for tots. Fabric and ac-rersnrv news. PRICE OF HOOK FIFTFEN CENTS. BOOK AND A PATTERN TOGETHER. TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Address orders to Democrat-Herald, Pattern Department. arms improvements to pass into the hands of foreign agents of munitions firms who gave other nations a military advantage over tho Uuited Slates. 2. Thnt munitions firms resorted to a form ot bribery of officials of foreigu governments, thus causing a threat to peace. 3. That munitions firms opposed most disarmament proposals. 4. That munitions makers used the latest improvements in machinery "to scare nations" into ail armament race. 5. That there is a record of "rich profiteer-ring" by munitions makers when limitation proposals (ailed or could be evaded. There- will be no display advertising of any kind in the directory book. All type will be uniform, alphabetically arranged as to classification and name. These directory books will be given a general KRjiE distribution. 55SJs"'--.' ... !T-- -.,.r ' A nominal listing charge of 83.00 is being made to include vour card in this work. NO PERSONAL. SOLICITATION WILL RE MADF, AN INVITATION WIF.J. RE EXTENDED TO YOU. HOWEVER' BY TELEPHONE TO COOPERATE IN GETTING OUT THIS iRFPRF TENTATIVE DIRECTORY. '-:- To those without phone connections we suggest a call at tha DcmocratHerald office or telephone 430-431, DirecLrr Dwpartrnt, ' and a representative will be glad to furnUh yo with fartkar tlatatiiU. ' I!- ALBANY j)EM0CRAT-HERALD STARTING MAY 15. A'fht ticket through Cilifomia.'-That, literally, is what Southern Pacific often on reduced summer roundtrips to nearlv every eastern city. From most any western Oregon orVTashinnton point, you can swing down through San Francisco anil Los Angeles on your way Est; then circle back on your choice of northern lines (or reverse the order) for not lemon rail fart than tbeloutst nundlrip directly Bast and luck. Summer roundtrips are surprisingly low. For example, to Chicago and back: t$6 in standard 'Pullmans (plus berth), 1 6 8.80 in tourist sleeping cars (plus berth), and $57.35 in coaches or chair cars, "these fares will be on sale from May u to October 15, return limit October 51. R 2769 J If loti&fdj 3IB F. R. B. MANAGER CALLS R. B. West, rr-ananet of tbe Portland Branch of the Federal Reserve Bunk, was ill the city this morning culling on local bunking institutions. DIRECTORY DEPARTMENT o O o i im .mb, uoumeim APPLY FOR LICENSE Dr. V. V. Littler and Mrs. Virginia A. Daniel of Albany, filed applications this afternoon for a marriage license. C. R. NOKES, Ajent, Telephone 37

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