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PAGE TWO THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON TUESDAYAPRIL 28, 1936 Allan, and their son, John, of GOPHER SQUAD club will meet with Mrs. Ray 1 Hover in two weeks. Portland held a family reunion last Sunday by making a trip SOCi ETY. STANDS OUT AS was spent in an informal manner in conversation and needlework. In the late afternoon Mrs. Fal-ler served refreshments.' ". Miss Ruth Wight was an invited guest. ' ''"' -'-'-"- along the coast from Newport via general topic of the year "Loitering Through Oregon." - ho meeting was brought to a close by" the -serving of refreshments by the hostess assisted by members of the organization. On Wednesday evening the Leb HOME PRODUCT Astoria and up the Columbia to lJortland. Lebanon Society NOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS " It your paper lias not been delivered by your' Albany carrier1 by 6:00 o'clock call D. M. Rohrbough, Phone 718-Y and a copy will be delivered by special carrier. Report all other complaints to the office, i Phone 15 The- Albany Democrat-Herald ond on a draw, Mrs. W. G. Abraham won from Mrs. Bales. In Mrs. Dickinson's contest Mrs. Shedd won first and Mrs. Bales second. The prizes were suggestive of the contests. A buffet luncheon was served with Mrs. Shedd and Mrs. Vera Sprenger pouring. Home made ice cream was among the refreshments served. The club will meet in two weeks at the home of Mrs. J. W. Lamar. Minneapolis. U.R While its 1 - Lebanon A wedrii Orcsonlan Traveling Kitchen Wed. 2 p. m. at First Pres. Church Adm. 10c, a28 fame has touched all corners of eihnized, April 26, at 11 -a. m. the country, the University of at the borne 'of Mr. and Mrs. Minnesota football team is essen-1 George Ashman,. Lebanon, Route tially "home grown." - . j2, wheTi Vernona Ashman, daugh- Members of the Gopher eleven. ter of George Ashman, became the anon firemen were the guests of their wives and friends . at the .usual monthly dinner held at the I Odd Fellow hall. After the dinner the evening was- spent' in . 'Delicate- Visitors Mere uoacli Bernie merman discovered bride of Leroy Volz, son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dawson and C. R. Dear of Eugene spent Chapter V, P. E. O., was entertained at the home of Mrs. N. E.Irvine on Tuesday with Mrs. P. T. Tweed as assistant hostess for a 1 o'clock luncheon. The rooms of the Irvine home were beautifuly decorated with bowls of spring flowers and the buffet table from which the luncheon was served also held a low floral centerpiece. Mrs. T. G. Cowgill, chapter n checking his roster for spring Jhe flavor lasts, Schilling' the night m Albany. games and impromptu stunts. Harrisburg Society j Harrisbure. Lester Doyle Mill-1 training, live an average distance of less than 100 miles from the Maroon and Gold campus. ' from Sweet Home Mrs. W. D. McLaren was the hostess to the members of the Kroweldeen club last Wednesday afternoon. Thelma Knighten and' Mrs. Wayne Mode were ask PUHE er and Miss Lela Diem were mar-: 1 1 ' Dr. and Mrs. G. H. Crusen of All the members of last year s "yanilla ' ried at their home here Saturday championship varsity were from communities within a radius of nwm nome were in tiouny 10 day visiting friends and transact ing business. 100 miles from Minneapolis, with and Mrs. C. E. Volz of Albany. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Pierce of Portland, sister and brother-in-law of Mr. Volz attended the bride and bride-groom. The bride wore a blue crepe suit with white accessories. Immediately following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served.. Those attending the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. George Ashman and daughter, Ada; Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Volz, and sons, Ermon, Burnell, William and Orville of 50 per cent of the squad from the Twin Cities. 5 Mrs. Ilurkliart rrc Mrs. Clara Burkhart was an Al Only nine candidates for last TIIK WEATIIKIt Oregon. and Washington: Showers tonight and Wednesday; slightly wanner' in eastern Oregon1 lo-niglii; inoderate southeast! wind off coast. - Maximuni temperature yesterday, 58 degrees; minimum temperature last night, '45 'degrees; rainfall, .25 of ah jilch; river, '4.9 ft. president served, and Mrs. Hugh Olds poured at the buffet table. Mrs: L-.'. W.' Gatchell was in charge of the program for the day and presented Mrs. Reed Clark, who read a very interesting and instructive paper on "Oregon Music." During the presentation of the paper Mrs. Hugh Kirkpatrick played and sang several songs il ed to meet with the members. Lunch was served to the ladies by Mrs. McLaren, assisted by Mrs. Wayne Mode and Miss Knighten. Those present were Mrs. J. A. McLaren, Mrs. A. L. Knighten, Mrs. R. B. Paine, Mrs. Ray Hover, Mrs. Andrew Dobrinin, Mrs. Ed Halverland, Mrs. John McNeil, Mrs. W. J. Carter, Violet Carter, the guests and the hostess. The bany visitor from Lebanon this year's team were from other states morning. and every member of the squad was from the Middle West. There night at 9:30 o'clock in the presence of a small number of relative's. They had set up housekeeping in a house on the west side of the river and thje ceremony was performed " there. Dr. Wallace Starr tied the nuptial knot. Sunday they had a wedding dinner at the Miller home. , That night their friends gave them a rousing charivari. Mr. Miller is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miller, the bride is a daughter of Mrs. Charles Nelson. Peoriq Society Peoria. Mrs. ' E. G. Puah and were Ti Minneapolis athletes on the squad, 18 from various points Albany; Mrs. Ida Seandrett, grand- the state and seven from St. motner of the bridegroom from Paul Secerton, Sask., Canada. Barclay Newman Visits ' Mr. and Mrs'. Barclay Newman were in Albany over the weekend, returning to their home in Salem yesterday. Newman is a former resident of Albany, now employed as the manager of the Montgomery-Ward store in Salem. The 1035 freshman squad, like lustrating the periods of Oregon music since pioneer days. Mrs. Clark also played1 a violin solo with Mrs. Kirkpatrick at the piano. To "Visit Camp ' ' Rev. T. D. Ynrnes of the Methodist church rtnd a male quartet will present aerogram at the Cas- Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Pierce and son, Billy, Portland; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Robinett. Sweet Home; wise, follows the "native son theme, with only three gridders cadia CCC camp tonight. A dinner Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pierce and on the "A" squad of 25 men' from Mrs. A. M. Reeves of Salem, daughter, Ruth, and son, Charles, another state. ot Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph who is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reeves, was an out of town guest at the chap Piper, Cascadia, and" Clarence Wood, Albany, ter meeting. Club to Meet . . , The Mizpah club is to meet Thursday afternoon at 1 p. m. for a covered dish luncheon at the home of Mrs. Everett Waller, members announced. TODAY'S STOCK, GRAIN MARKETS Mrs. N. C. Lowe and Mrs. El- ORIGINAL RADIO nathan Lowe entertained on Fri day evening at the home of the former for the pleasure of Miss Stocks New York, April 28. Stocks Mrs. Margaret Dickson were host- I esses to the members of the Potter Sewing club at the home of 1 Mrs. Pugh last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. L. E. Norton of Long ' Beach, Calif., and Mrs. Henry j Bales were invited guests. Bowls j of cut flowers were arranged i about the rooms. Mrs. Pearle I Shedd read a poem entitled "A I Package of Seed." Roll call was I responded to with each member ! telling of something new she was planting in her flower garden this : year. There was an exchange of Dorothy Michelson of Klamath Falls who is the house guest of listen for the RADIO Mrs. tlnathan Lowe. dipped further for a time today but steadied just above the lows of the year made early in January. Trading was moderately active. BROADCAST will be served, and following that the programs will be given. Included in the quartet are: Stanley Peterson' Glenn Taylou, - Dr. L. Gatchell and. .Philip Lehman. Mrs,- Hazel Eiuing.'j.ill. be thc accompanist. 1 ; .: . .- y To Return (a Albany . Mre..',W;-S.; XMtinson' of Gold Heacli,"- formed Llbany resident, writes tliat she Li.pl amiuitf to return to Albany to make her home. j 1 '" Go lo Coast y t Mr. and Mrs,.'Guy Porter and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Steidql left today for Marshfield and, way points to spend a few days- on a business and pleasure trip, . Trade Ted & Fred your old tires. Special trade-in allowance or your old tires on new McClarcn Deluxe tires. Tedloek St Forster, 1st & Jackson Sts. u28-30 YOUR FIRE INSURANCE -will cost ' 20 to 30 LESS in the OREGON MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. A non-assessable company, rated A-l by Best! EMMETT & PEARCE AGENCY 3rd and Broadalbin Sts. Going- to Corvallis Members of the Albany Moose lodge are to go to Corvallis Wednesday evening, and all Albany members, and officers and candidates are to meet at the Moose temple hero at 7:30 p. m. A joint installation and initiation ceremony is to be held with the Albany, Coryallis . and Eugene lodges. .V".. ,i i The regular meeting of the Present Day club was held on Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. P. T. Tweed with Mrs. Ralph Reeves as assistant hostess. All of the members were present and Mrs. A. M. Reeves of Salem was an honor guest for the afternoon. Following the custom of the club the time was spent in discussion of present topics in the form of current events. After the reports had been given the remainder of the time was spent informally with needlework and topics of local interest. A light lunch was served at the Dow Jones preliminary closing Bridge was the entertainment of the evening and was played at four tables. Honors at cards were won by Miss Jane Dannals of Albany and Miss Maurine Hopkins. Miss Michelson received an honor averages showed industrial 146.75 seeds, duids and plants that each member had brought. The winners in Mrs. Pugh's contest were: first, Mrs. Pearle Shedd. and sec 4 BIG DAYS April 29 May 2 Dawson DRUG CO. 238 W. First St. Phone 42 off .30. railroad 43.38 up .37, utility 29.58 off .03. Volurne approximated 2,230,000 shares compared ' with 2,300,000 shares yesterday. Curb sales were 478,000 shares compared with 468,-000 shares yesterday. guest gift. Late in the evening the hostesses served a delicious two-course lunch. close of the afternoon. Son Bom . '. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd M. Hopoman of Albany arc the parents of a son, weighing nine pounds and three ounces, which wos born to them this morning al the Albany General hospital. Mr. Hopoman Low bowls of juponica and pussywillows were placed about the spacious rooms of the Lowe home as a pleasing decorative "STOMACH PAINS SO BAD I COULD HARDLY WORK" Hays C. S. OroBR:1 "After taking Dr. Bmil's Artla TabletH the pains are Bone and I eat anything." Try AUIa treat m tMit on our money bark mmr- Mrs. R. D. Waddell was a uncheon hostess on Wednesday note. 44 hrm Clinic Buildlnr Phone 476-R and Thursday of this week at her home on Eaton street with covers laid for sixteen on each occa owns the Snowpeak Dairy in Al One of tile gayest and most en an lee. Foahay & .Mason, DruRgl.sts. bany, . ... From Salem Raymond Fisher of Salem, a former resident of Albany, was and. Albany business visitor, joyed of the season's dances was adv. 1 sion. Pink was used as the decorative held at the Lebanon hotel on Wednesday and with it the year Received Broken lip T. M. Schlegel of Albany, sustained a broken right hip yester note, each table having ping sweet peas as a centerpiece and place rormaiiy closed for the Lebanon Grain Chicago, April 28. Wheat futures recovered moderately on the board of trade today on belief that yesterday's moisture was insufficient to change the crop picture radically. Better than anticipated action at Liverpool and indications the market was oversold also were factors. At the close May wheat was up 74 cent and at the day's high. July was up 4 cent and September unchanged. Corn finished unchanged to Va cent higher, oats were unchanged to V cent lower and rye was off k to up 14 cent. dancing club. cards at each cover of the same Purple lilacs in baskets and day when he fell while at work and was taken to the Albany General hospitul, where the in tint. Other bouquets were used Our Spring Stock of Women's bowls were used as the decora about the rooms with charming effect. tions. Dimly shaded lights also Business Visitor Francis Kizer, prominent farmer of the Rowland" neighborhood and a candidate for county commissioner on the democratic ticket, was an Albany visitor yesterday afternoon. jured member was treated. added lo the general effect. Bridge was offered for diversion A number of out of town guests At Albany General Eva Myrtle Davis of Albany were invited to attend, among whom were Mr. and Mrs. Edwards Greatest Event! on both occasions with honors going to Mrs. P. T. Tweed and Mrs. Jack Ralston on Wednesday and to Mrs. Nance and Mrs. Frank Groves on Thursday. Coats Suits Dresses Millinery underwent a major operation this morning at the Albany General hospital. James P. McTimmonds. of Albany, and Mr. and Mrs. Er-vin Kleffman of Corvallis. Music was by the Merle Boeart Mrs. s. (J. Craig of Battle orchestra. also of Albany, submitted to minor surgery at the hospital this morning. Ground, Wash., who is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wynds to Cascadia . Mr. and Mrs. Ha'rold Wynd traveled to the upper Saritiam district yesterday, stopping in Cascadia for business, and continuing on to Fernview on a pleasure trip. , Visit In Portland-Mr. and Mrs. E, J. Wav and son, i-u....iai,Hi-.-..:.j..j. The home of Mrs. T. R. Mac- ROOSEVELT RETURNS Washington, April 26- President Roosevejt returned lo the capital today after a trip during which he addressed the National Democratic Club in New York City and made a brief visit to the summer White House at Hyde Park. N. Y. Waddell, was a guest at both Rarzillal to Meet luncheons. Mi Han was the scene of the regular meeting of the Fortnightly OFFERED THE PUBLIC NOW AT THESE UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES . . . Buy What You Need NOW! Burzillni chaper, O. F.. S., will On Tuesday afternoon the 1 book cluo on Friday afternoon. A large number of members were meet tonight nt 7:30 o'clock in the Masonic hull. members of the Sunshine club were- guests' at the home of Mrs. ! present. : " 1 -V L- Mrs. William Brown was in Jack Haek at the regular club meeting. charge of the program of the afternoon and she offered a group of readings, some of which were from the pen of Edgar Guest, for Fifteen members were present Millinery , to hear the interesting paper pre-: sented by Mrs. Ed Taylor on Oregon Poets and Authors" and AT THE SMART SHOP'S MID-SEASON CLEAN-UP S-A-L-E Commencing Wednesday April 29 -:- 9 a.m. enjoy a description of the Oregon Caves by Mrs. H. A. Bull. Both subjects were in keeping with the the entertainment of the members. Mrs. Brown chose selections which were descriptive of the lives of plain people in common situations which had unusual appeal to the audience. After the usual exchange of one ixrr Values $2.50 now ONE LOT Values to $3.95, now $1.29 $2.29 in i iiip m Dirk i id v books among the members the hostess served ices mid cakes. A 6000 USED CAR Mrs. Herbert Fuller opened her home to the members of the Pris- THIS SPRING! 71 DRESSES STREET FROCKS AFTERNOON FROCKS j cilia club for the regular bimonthly meeting which was held on Wednesday afternoon. I Most important of the matters discussed at the business meeting I at which Mrs. Victor Carlson pre BUT I WANT A MEANS FROCKS of Mousseline de soie . . . Crisp Net or Organdie sided was the plan for the annual guest day lum-hcon which will be an event of the near future at tlie ohme of Mrs. John Zimbrick. The social part of the meeting ONE LOT OF DRESSES Values to $4.95 ONE LOT OF DRESSES Values to $10.95 . . Low Sale Prices on Coats and Suits 1 GROIP Sport Coats VALVES TO J7 QQ S12.95, now; 'P''3' GROVP Sport Coats VALVES TO QQ $22.50 now f I''' Swagger Suits VALVES TO (Q QQ $12.95. now ..... . PO.J'' Swagger Suits $3.39 S5.99 BETTER DRESSES 1-3 Off Values $12.95 to $22.50 " $577 VALVES TO $13.99 Short Jacket Suits $22.50. now 1 Group $ 8.95. now $ 5.99 $ 7.99 YOU'LL FIND THAT REAL USED CAR BARCAIN AT OUR 1 Group $12.95, now . 1 Group $19.75, now . 1 Group $22.50, now . 13.99 16.99 GREAT Ladies' Purses A Real Buy! 1 group values to $1.95 to go at 69c Knitted Suits Entire line must be sold at once 13 OFF FOR QVICK DISPOSAL Silk Crepe Silk Crepe Specials Silk Combinations Values lo $1.95 FOR QUICK DISPOSAL Pajamas Values to $3.50 $1.99 Gowns $3.95 values $2.29 OF VALUES! 79c Silk Crepe Panties Values to $1.50 79c Silk Dance Sets Values to $1.95 $1.39 i m mi to ' $1077 When, the most popular girls step out for their diplomas you'll see them yearing one or the other. For this is a summer of sheers . . and these fabrics are as sheer and beautiful as mist. You'll wear any of these to important parties when graduation is just a memory. Sizes I I to 20. 11 11 Neckwear Collars and Cuffs Values to 3 ft 69c. ...... 37C ONE GROVP Collars Hankies ONE LOT Values to 25c. ' at 19c Wash Frocks ONE GROUP afc Values to $1.95 OV Wash Frocks ONE GROUP $ 0 g Values to $2.95 ,09 New Spring Sweaters 1 Lot, value $1.00, now 79e I Lot, value $1 .95, now $1 49 1 Lot, value $2.95, now . . $1.29 Better Skirts CO JA Values at $2 95 ........ y I g THB ruth is on) All ovtr town lhy te talking about thoi mating valurs we are offering in finer used cars and used trucks. Our frr'atest selection in years every car expertly reconditioned to give you thousands of miles of trouble-free driving enjoyment Now offered at sensational low prices in this great SPRING CARNIVAL OK VALUES! Come In enjoy the Carnival free! And be sure you see these outstanding specialsfor today! 1935 Dodge Coupe $727.00 1934 Dodge 4-door Sed. $685 1929 Chev. 2-dr. Sedan, $237 1935 Ford VS pickup, .$527 193-4 Plymouth 2-door Sedan $495 192S Whippet Coupe $117 1931 Ford Coupe $325 Values to $1.00 69c .: A'. WS3. . ST-V One Lot New Spring SKIRTS Values to SI . 95 . . . ,8 $1.19 BUTTONLESS NO-GAP FLY MILD SUPPORT LEG COVERAGE MODELS or FABRICS INTERCHANGEABLE 50C Garment iV S : 1 V 1 McDEVITT'S 3 Ford Model t Coupes 7 $25.00 to $35.00 Ralston Motor Co. q USED CAR LOTO Seventh and I.van St&. First and Broadalbin StrgifjD tfCLOTHiNGco it , t I r- STYLISH CLOTHES FOR WOMEN ALNY, OREiN O P Dependable I'sed Cars and I Trucks 1 Ortf oo 4?