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Tuesday, April 21, 1936
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PAGE TWO THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-H ERALD, ALBANY, OREGON TUESDAY, APRIL: 21 r 1936 was a business visitor in Albany ! John Propsr Observes the weekly pinochle party staged by the Women of the Moose at the Moose temple, it was announced. yesterday. Birth Control Head Returns Nirtry-nintb Birthday . Knox Butte.i-(SDecial) The From Lebanon Former State Senator Samuel M. Garland of Lebanon transacted professional business and visited friends in Albany yesterday afternoon, i NOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS If your paper has not been delivered by yotir Albany carrier' by 6:00 o'clock call D. M. Rohrbough, Phone 718-T and a copy will be delivered by special carrier. Report all other complaints to the office, j Phone 15 , The Albany i Democrat-Herald Has' Major Operation Lucile Chastain Of Wells, underwent a major operation last night at the Albany General hospital. mm O. I. O. Meeting FOR Make her day a happy one-rgive her the one thing she will appre , ciate most - - - Your Photographs Tne O. D. O. club is to meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. W. Strutton on Lyon street, members announced. S3 Will Attend Parley-Annual state social workers' conference will be held next Sunday, Monday and Tuesday at the Multnomah hotel in Portland. The Oregon council of social workers will be hosts to the group expected from all over the stale, including' Linn workers, Carolyn Doo- 3r 0 Birthday club and their families had a birthday party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Propst for John Propst, wno celebrated nis 99th birthday Sunday, April 12. There were 51 who enjoyed the dinner. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reynolds and family of Portland, daughter of Mr. Propst, and Ross McKeekne I of Portland, a nephew. Wanita Propst of Monmouth, a great granddaughter, and her friend, Evelyn Jackson of Hillsboro. Those calling in the afternoon were, Mrs. Alice C. Miller, who is 92. her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Caldwell, and Mrs. Frank Lines and son George. I Mrs. McMickle of Albany baked Glenn Gentry Initiated Glen Gentry, son of Mr. Roy Gently of Albany was initiated last week In Phi Delta Theta fra little, executive secretary of the THK WEATHER Oregon arid Wushincton: Parllv ! Liinn rellel office, suited today. tctnity at Oregon State college. Gentry is a graduate of Albany CILIIIFIFOE STTIUPn cloudy tonight and Wednesday; : KevenUe Collector llere- high Ch,ool.r , , r, ''! cuS',,,""'Cl.,an.?e i"i ank C. Pursley of Eugene, . "ii "V"""-11 I deputy internal revenue collector IX "i j aX!lnU en,Pcr-!for this district, arrived in Albany i the birthday cake. i 7 J i . , I last evening on official bus ness, Minimum temperature last night 1 ! Mr. Propst has owned his pres i degrees. Kiver a leet. Thursday Club Meeting " The Thursday Study club is to meet at the home of Mrs. C. C. Bryant on Bryant Island Thursday at 2:30. This is to be the annual guest, day of the club and the meeting is to be in the form of a tea, it was announced. . ent nome Y years. I From Jefferson Mr. and Mis. H. W. Husted and son of Jefferson were Albany business visitors yesterday. Visit With Son , , Mrs. A. Rylands of Portland arrived here yesterday to visit hei TODAY'S STOCK, ; GRAIN MARKETS Camps Along North two sons and two daughters came j will be employed by Thurston.' here from Heppner, Ore., and pur- j Charles McKee and Earl Lynes chased Hodges' Garage April 21, ; are retiring from business, and 1930. Mr. Brown and sons oper- will devote their time to the care ated the business at first but now j of their improved tracts just north there are eight members in the or-1 of town, and in the raising of ganization. In addition to auto- ; minks. Santiam More Active Vlslllng Here-Mr. and Mrs. Henry Irwin and son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Sweet Home Visitors-Mrs. Dave Rylands.. . Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Rittcrmeyer , and child of Sweet Home were Attends Lodge . , shoppers and visitors in Albany son,- Jack, of Hammond are visit MARKETS AT A GLANCE i By United Press Stocks irregularly higher moderate turnover. After spreading the gospel til R. S. Windom of South Browns- yesterday afternoon. n-H. Want Ads Bring Results ing here with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Nedry of the Red Top Lunch. I mobile service, storage and repair in I work they now have the agency i I for the Chrysler-Plymouth line' ville was in Albany last evenimr in nttend the district convention of Business Visitor the Knights of Pythias lodges. j A. Ferickson of Salem, a Bonds lower and fairly active. : and tlTe Willys 77. j Curb irregularly lower and fair- j In addition to the two sons who Kitchen t'omlni The WomenJs Association of the propeny owner ot AiDany ana vi- !y active. cinity, was a business visitor yes From Brownsville Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Fred McHar-guc of South Brownsville were birth control In India, where, for several months, she lec-tared for the Indian Women's Conference. Margaret Sanger, leader of the movement In America, Is pictured above ns she landed In Los Angeles. Though nlio conferred for three days 'with Mohatma Candlil, Indian snlnt, she failed to convert him to uer viewpoint. terday. First Presbyterian church ore sponsoring The Orcgonian Traveling Kitchen cooking school to be held in the church basement Wed Tired of being insulted? assist in the business there are two daughters, Miss Donna Brown, ; who is employed in the SERA of- ! ficc and Miss Maridee Brown, a ; student in Albany high school. Mr. . Brown was graduated 'from Ore-j gon State college in 1910. ; The logging camps and small sawmills on the North Santiam east of Detroit have been active the last few weeks with prospects reported for an exceptionally good season. Mr. Ritner, formerly of King's Valley is preparing a logging camp and making skid roads and is expected to spend several thousand dollars in improvements before beginning .actual logging. The Heater camp four miles west of Detroit, known as the old Hall camp, is also to become a center of activity. Lloyd Hadley. formerly of Albany, and Mr. Harris of Philomath are located 16 miles east of Detroit, Between their place and Detroit are three Chicago stocks irregular. Call money 3,4 of 1 per cent. Foreign exchange steady. Cotton up 2 to 6 points. Rye Vh to lower. Silver 45 'A cents, off '4 at Now York. Albany shoppers and visitors yes tcrday afternoon. Business Visitor S. R. Rodriguez of Portland, substation superintendent , of the nesday, April 2lh. A small admission fee is to be charged. The women of the church are selling tickets for the event. The General Kentucky, Pennsyl public is invited to buy tickets facturers in Business Visitor-". Peter Viig, farmer and stock man in the Hnrrisburg neighborhood for many years, transacted business and visited friends in Albany yesterday afternoon. vania and New Jersey. Meantime and attend the program. Business Changes Made at Jefferson Standard Oil company, is spending the day in Albany on business. Eugene Visitors ' , Robert Dawson, W. F. Van Nuys and H. L. Nebergall of Eugene were among the business visitors spending last night in Albany. 1 the police laboratory was endeav- Stocks New York, April 21. A vast array of favorable news, including optimistic statements by business leaders turned the stock market up in the last hour today after a ses St. John's Lodge No. 17, A. F. ' oring to identify it. Eventually. & A. M. Reg, meeting Tues. eve- I v?'f sajd'. u was detcrmin-ning. Banquet at 6:30 p. m. Visita-ed th.aut ,,ne t",ne,cc from the tio not Grand Master and other ' shop nat employed Fiorenza. Fior- sion of erratic movements. small sawmills and two shingle mills in action. The Southern Pacific railroad company is extend Merchant Visit - Ronald L. Gilson of Lebanon, a merchant there for a number of years and a candidate for nomination as county treasurer, was an Albany business visitor yesterday. Giiim officer I neza W1S P'acea unacr surveil- lance. Bonds failed to participate in the recovery. Commodities were mixed in a narrow range with ing six spur lines into the timber sections preparatory to this renewed activity. He was taken into custody Uu's morning and, under vigorous questioning made the confession, Valentine said. principal grains slightly higher. The dollar was barely changed in terms of foreign currencies. Jefferson. (Special) C. J. Thurston has sold his interest in Thurston Bros, store to his brother, Harvey B. Thurston, who has been associated with the Anderson stores in Portland for the past two years. Mr. and Mrs. Thurston are moving to Jefferson. C. J. Thurston has purchased the McKee & Lynes meat market and will take over the business in about three weeks. Thurston has been associated with the Thurston & Son, and later the Thurston Bros, general merchandise Visits Independence H. M. Lance, Albany realtor, was a business visitor in Independence yesterday. He reports that a new cannery is being installed there and that many of the farmers are signing contracts. Leave for Portland-Mrs. Ted Reynolds and little son left yesterday for Portland to spend a few days visiting relatives and friends. Brownsville Visitors Mrs. Rollie Henderson and daughter of Brownsville were Albany shoppers and visitors , Dow Jones preliminary closing A. E. Horning, W.M. a20-21 CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our many friends for their expressions of sympathy during the illness and dentil of our father. Floyd Safley i, Jess Safley John Safley Mrs. A. E. Holmes. Pentecostal Meeting Attracts Over 300 averages showed industrial 153.36 James Smith Dies at Crawfordsville Home Large attendance marked the From Shedd J. B. Cornett was an Albany business visitor yesterday afternoon. up .96, railroad 46.16 off .25, utility 31.30 up .05. Volume approximated 1.880,000 shares compared with 1.650,000 shares yesterday. Curb sales were 451,000 shares compared with 448, 000 shares yesterday. James Smith, a pioneer of "'.'V"LHilU'B "'"e Have you had enough of underwear that saws, chafes anil otherwise torments you? Try Arrow. No center seam to grate against your crotch . . . cut full . and Sanforized-Slirunk so store for the past ten years. James Blackwcll, an experienced butcher Win at Cards- Crawfordsville, and an uncle of tcrday in the United Presbyterian MURDER IS SOLVED Mrs. Opal Bocson and J. C. l.iu.u icinujciuii ut mum V.'fhnrnh Annrnvimn o r tin nannTn Visitor In Albany T. R. Sprenger of Foyetteville, who is farming quite extensively, BY TRACING TWINE !dicd ! nis home ther last night Soutliwoith of Albany were win-ncrs of high scores last night at attended the evening services, USE CHINESE HERBS WHEN OTHERS FAIL (Continued from I'nKe Onvj Alan H. Banks, pastor of the Albany Pentecostal assembly, estimated, and 160 were at the afternoon services. The meeting drew 1 members Grain Chicago, April 21. Wheat futures rallied sharply on the board of trade late today after an early slump of a cent a bushel on moisture reports from the drought iouowing h prolonged Illness. Funeral services will be held from the Crawfordsville church at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Interment will be in the Crawfordsville cemetery. that votir first fit is a permanent fit. dangling over the edge of the tub. The hosiery were the only articles-of-clothing on her body but three garments were knotted from the section of Salem to Eu- gene and to the ocean. Twenty-areaf' The recovery was due to f.inr nirhi.r fmm iho short covering on advices that four preachers from the 65$ up Charlie Chan Chinese Herbs Remedies are non-poisonous, their healing virtue has been tested hundreds of years in following chronic ailments. rains had been too light to be of were present Prinrin:il snnnlor in tho Aveninu , material DCnCUI. GRAND MASTER COMING The most worshipful grand master, Wayne Stanard, of McMinn-ville, and his official family will be entertained tonight in the Ma Mrs. Alforri n tr.nvelini. evan- At tne close May ana July were S. B. Fong gelist for 28 years, originally from 1 "P cent net and 1 ccnt above ! Texas, and more recently engaged , the low. September was off .. cent . sonic temple at 6:30 by Albany CLOTHING cd lodge 17, A. F. & A. M. Professor 1 'n the Lighthouse temple in Eu-I"" but -Sx ccnt aoove its low.: Beatty of Oregon State college,,! gene where she has been brood-1 Corn closed unchanged to Vi ccnt district deputy grand master, will ! casting. She is on her first tour , higher, oats Vto '4 cent lower j STERNBERG'S STOCK REDUCING SALE Continues This Week! t'- l FV'wh' duiti!s!ih Dmmm and tout, , COATC $4.7.7 $7.77 $9.77 $12.77 be in the official family. A ban inrougn me norinwest. rasior anu rye vh iu "4 ix-m juwci. Banks stated there was a possibil-! ' around her neck. In charging Fiorenza with murder, Valentine revealed details of the police search for him a story rivalling the best plots of detective talc writers. Fiorenza, Valentino said, entered the Titteiton apartment house on Thursday, April 9, to get a lovo seat that Mrs. Titteiton wanted repaired. The next morning, bafore going to work, he returned, entered the Tiltcrlon apartment and gagged and bound the writer, Valentine's statement said. He tore her clothing from her body with such violence that eyes and hooks were torn from the cloth of her brassiere, the police commissioner quet will be given, after which work in the master mason's de ity that she might be engaged mm HI 1 - f 4 I i I i i 1 if i ? Is it i a ' ! i Throat, sinusitis, catarrh, ears, lungs, asthma, chronic cough, stomach, gall stones, colitis, constipation, diabetes, kidnays, bladder, heart, nerves, neuralgia, rheumatism, high blood pressure, gland, skin sores, male, female, children disorders S. B. Fong, 8 years practice in China, Herb Specialist, gives relief after others fail. 139 E. First St., Albany, Or. Office Hours: Sunday and Wednesday 11 a.m., to 2 p.m. Browns in Business Here for Six Years gree will be held. MODERN WOMEN Nttd Not Suffer monthly pain and delay due to foliLt.ncrvousstruiii.cxpoauxeortamilar cuunea. Albany. Pastor Wilhitc of Ncwberg de- livcred the principal message in the afternoon. PYTIHANS HOLD MEET I iiul.njll-UUUKlVL-UtCKMUtt. ooiu Dy The monthly district meetind of F. R. Brown and sons, Duane The entire group expressed ap- tne Knights or pythins order was preeiatron to the United Presby-(and Veryl, are celebrating their held last evening at the Pythian terian church for the use of the I hall in Albany. Delegations were sixth year in business in Albany today. Mr. and Mrs. Brown and 'THI DIAMOND fy BRAND" L church building, present from Lebanon, Eugene, and Corvallis in addition to lo cal members. Degree work was conferred in the rank of page and DRESSES New Assortment cniirgect. . Valentine said that Fiorenza dumped Mrs. Titterton's body in the bathtub, then cut away and put into hjs pocket the twine with which her hand was bound. numerous speeches made. Follow ing the regular program an informal social occasion was featured, Our Sixth Anniversary TO LEAD CONFERENCE Stanley Gregory, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Gregory of R. F. D. No. 2. Albany, will preside over a science congress to be held at Reed college, Portland, Saturday. April 25. Gregory is a senior at Oregon State college, and was recently chosen to Phi Kappa Phi. national all-school scholastic fraternity. He is also president of the glee club. including refreshments. Alhuugh Valentine did not say I so it was presumed that Fiorenza DISPLAY UNUSUAL McDowell's Shoe store is featu allegedly strangled Mrs. Titteiton cither with his hands ur with a $3.77 $5.77 All Higher Priced DRESSE$ AND, CO ATS $0.77 !s Off ....vt-H.v nuusi- in- lu-signeu ilntt.iv unrl liiimirmw hi,..inu 11... from nor clothing. Medical ex construction of No-Mend hosiery The manufacturing storv behind this type of hose is graphically portrayed in the display aniiiK'is said she died' of strangulation. Valentine said that immediately after discovery of the twine Special attention was paid to it. They traced it through various manu- Democrat-Herald Want Ads. 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