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Thursday, April 30, 1936
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THE ALBANY D E M O C R AT-H E R A L D; A L B A N Y, OREGON THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1936 PAGE TWO. last twrf months visiting her daughters,.' - Minnie' Mishler and Mrs. Stella Molander, . of Los An-eoles and Mrs. Marearet Von Hu- the scenic beauty of Oregon were given. The picture portraying the life story of Marcus Whitman as a missionary among the Indians Eugene, president and Neva Dallas o( Monmouth, vice-president. About 40 teachers, representing eight of the nine county chapters BURGOYNE MOTOR FORMAL OPZNK'G SET FOR FRIDAY HARRY'S MARKET jsen and family of San Rafael. She and his tragic death was said to be an outstanding feature of the program. reports ner moiner in gooa lieu an. i today -for McMinnville to attend ! the Oregon Mutual Fire Insurance Co. convention being held there today and Friday. J. F. Em-mett is to attend the Friday sessions. A special luncheon at Nes-kowin was to be given the ladies present today. Hugh Earle, Oregon insurance commissioner, and William A. Sullivan, Washington's insurance commissioner, are includedin tho list of notable ap NOTICE TO CITY " SUBSCRIBERS 1 If your paper has not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 o'clock call D. M. Rohrbbuch, Phone 718-Y and a copy will be delivered by special carrier- Report all other complaints to the office, Phone 15 . . The Albany Democrat-Herald SELLS FOR LESS (thus far organized, attended -the I business meeting. At this meeting a crmmittee composed of Mrs. Bes-jsic McElvaney and Shirley Jarnion of Mutlnomah county and Anne From Com Bay Dan E. Martin of the Coos Bay FREE DELIVERY PHONE 104 Auxiliary Has Meeting The United Spanish War Veter i McConnell of Albany was named , country spent last night in Albany on a business and pleasure ans' auxiliary met last Saturday I to-collaborate -with the Oregon State Teacher's association in night at the Memorial Union hall. trip here. pearing on the program. making preparations for the Na.- tlonal Education association con vention in Portland June 28 to July 2. DANCE MOOSE HALL ALBANY Sat. Nile, May 2. Sigmond's Orchestra, splendid music, only good floor and place to enjoy yourself dancing. r . a30-ml Refreshments were served by Mrs. Lulu Brotherton and Mrs. Ola Ste.llmaoher. Trade Ted & Fred your old tires. Special' trade-in allowance' for your old tires on new McClarcn Deluxe tires.'1 Tcdlock & Forstor, Club Sees Films The Townsend club meeting held in the McDowell build.i't! Tuesday evening was attended EXTRA SPECIAL THIS WEEK SHORTENING Qc No Limit, plenty for all, Pound r ., ,. : f Lean Meaty SHORT RIBS Iflc OF BEEF, pound .... - IU- MEMORIAL, MAY - TUB WEATHER Oregon: Fair .tonight qnd Friday, but with morning clouds in west portion; colder, with local frosts in east 'portion tonight; gentle variable1 winds off coast. Maximum temperature yesterday locally, 68 degrees; minimum temperature last niglft, 49 degrees; rainfall; '.30' of an Weft f fiver, 4.7 feet, . ..'-,'. , f POLE DANCE SET 1st & Jackson Sts.- aZ8-30 Business Visitor H. F. Merrell of Corvailis arrived in Albany this morning to spend the (lay on official business. Visitor In Albany- (Continued from Pag. One) The appointment of Burgoyne Motor Co., 127 E. 2nd street, as dealer for Nash and LaFayctte automobiles in this territory, is announced by the Nash-LaFayette ! distributor at Portland. The company will start operation under the Nash franchise at ' once and has received models in the Nash Ambassador and "400", series as well as the LaFayette, ' Nash's "big car" entry in the low price, field, thus providing cars in a base price range from $595 to $095 f.o.b. . Kenosha, Wis'., and offering many unique advantages in the four price classes. In ad-1 dition to the regular demonstra- j tions, all will be shown by means of the Nash's new X-Ray system, devised to acquaint the layman with the many hidden features of an automobile on which much of its life and safety depends and which the average buyer in the 1 past has had no chance for seeing or comparing. j A formal opening of the show : room with a pre-view of the new cars will be held Friday. j "We are decidedly enthusiastic about what we will have to offer as Nash dealers," Mr. Burgoyne said. "We can offer a car to suit I by a capacity audience and a program of moving pictures was presented by Charles E. Hansen, state director of visual education. In a picture of human interest and feeling, telling "An Exclusive Townsend Story from the Book of Life," was presented. Under the caption! of "From Mountains to the Sen'' numerous pictures of Ronald L. Gllson of Lebanon, a Olive Acheson, and Dorothy Under candidate for republican nomina tion for county treasurer, spent I-eave for Convention ... Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pearce left Wednesday in Albany in the in teres t of his campaign. BEEF ROASTS tender; ppund -. . .". . . . From Knasas F. H., Brooks an,d C M. McT Daniels of Kansas arrived in. Albany this, morning seeking a location in Oregon. They are from the homo town and community of Mrs. Robert W Davis of Albany, From Estacada Job Harris, hailing from Estacada, was a business visitor spending last rilght in Albany. From Cascadia B. C. Nesbift of Cascadia, a former resident of Albany, spent Wednesday here on, business. Ground Round Steak 2 lbs. 35c Former Residents Vllt Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman of Eugene, former residents of Albany a number of years ago, visited old time friends in Albany 15" HALIBUT, Pound Strictly Fresh and Best Quality . Salem Visitor John C. Goplcner, jr.', of Salem was among the business visitors last night at a local hotel. every purso and every driving need and in addition we can give features and value never before found in cars of similar price." Dance at Fairmont Grange Fri. nite, good music. a30 Lackey Returns W. W. Lackey, proprietor of the Lackey grocery store arrived home Tuesday from an extend ROBIE RITES HELD Funeral services for Mrs. Fr.m FRESH DEEP SEA CRABS FRESH PICRED CRAB MEAT PLYMOUTH ROCK FRYERS All exceptionally fine this week. Business Visitors C. H. Perry, J. W. Smith and Clayton Older of Portland arrived in Albany last evening on. a business trip, ed business trip through the eastern and southern states. ' He ces Robie, who passed away April 25th, were held Tuesday from the wood; eighth grade, Beulah Reynolds and : Lillian Tannich; ninth grade, Eunice Pugh, La Verne Wallace, Marceil Erb and Virginia Motley. Hop, step and jump Seventh grade, Doris Horning and Opal Jones; eighth grade, Maurine Christensen and Adel Haines; ninth grade, Doris Heiser and Jessie Hubler. Ballon teams Seventh grade, Marylca Livingston, Yvonne Fisk, Maxine Woodford, Janet Barrett; Donna Jean Ernest and Marcille Haines; eighth grade, Edith Bailey, Iva Tann, Vivian Waller, Bernice Thompson, Coleen Williams and Beulah Nelson; ninth grade, Viola Hoefer,. Henry Belle Faulkner. Marguerite Faulk, Lois Tuttle, Dorothy Whittle, Arlita Wollridge, Edith Hillman, Lois Roth, Ruth Winterstoin, Marjorie Nordyke, Joan Feuerstein and Ethel Pratt. Central Girls Cendal school entries arc: . .. '.Hurdles Seventh grade, Markie Weathorford and Nell Moore; eighth grade, , Helen Marks and Dorothy pvorak; ninth grade, Alice Merrill, Julia Merrill and Beulah Kenagy. 75-yard dash Seventh grade, Jcrrilcc Miller, Virginia Mornhin-weg and Luella Jacob; eighth grade, Marjorie Ann Stellmacher. Elaino Harader and Marvin Jenks; ninth grade. Roberta Dawson, Mary Brandt and Corinne Pen-land. Hop, step and jump Seventh giade, Vesta Jean Senders, Jane Barrott, Patsy. Stuart,. Marjorie Anderson, Zelmira Perfect and Eva Mae Hughes;, eighth grade, Anna Ross; ninth grade, Arlene Swank.. .... . , ... ..... Baton teams Seventh grade, traveled through Montana and from there to Kansas City. He re turned through Texas. He reports heavy traffic on the trains and business conditions improving and encountered diversified climatic conditions on his journey of three weeks. t lsner-Braden chapel. Kev. M. M. Stoeker officiated. Pallbearers were Dr. T. W. Bibb, Prof. A.. A. Groening, Prof. T. F. Mundle, John Fjikelson, George Richards, and Harry MieKean. Mrs. George Richards, and Mrs. .Harry McKean arranged tho floral offerings. Music was furnished by Elizabeth Larson, Emma Marquart, Prof. Clar ence Slocum,1; Fred i Neal, Julian Bryant. Imminent" was made in Willamette Memorial Park.' LEARN TO Candidates Visit Scio Practically all of the candidates In Linn county assembled at the Bohemian hall in Scio Wednesday' night to meet the voters of that section. Mr. Perry presided and allowed each candidate two minutes to tell his story. One candidate present said today if all the candidates voted in the primary election it wpuld insure an outstanding vote In numbers. Club to Meet The Modern Travelers club is to meet Saturday ' afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. R. L. IhnkhaJt at 'Mapleiawh on the Salem road, it was announced Leaving for California Mrs. Jennie' Free'r'kserl Griffith of Hillsboro writes the Derriocrat-Ilerald that she is leaving next week for California to bring home her mother, Mrs. S. Frcerk-sen. who has been spending the TODAY'S STOCK, GRAIN MARKETS Tap Dance CLASSES STARTING Friday, May 8th For both beginners and advanced students. FOR INFORMATION CALL " Claranell De Moss Phone 137 SUNDAY, May 1 0th Stocks ' ."' ' ' ' " " New York, April 30. The lontf-' New Comfort for Those ;; Vhq Wear Folse Teeth I, No lontirr newl you fi'ul uncomfortable, wi'uiinif ftiUc (.Mth. KmiluiiUi, ,a ttrvlly (mprovc-il iMiwiler ain-InU'd oh your p Intel ho Ul I hem Huh! nil it rom fur Utile. No1 Etiniiny. parity Utitc or- frollng. Drndor-Ui'M. (!i't Kantcvth ml your driiiffflttt. Thm awaited technical rally came into the stock market, in the lato trading today after the list had been forced to new low ground for the in Corn Flakes is Kcllogg's the orig mil unequalcd for criHpness and flavor. Lower price, ltiggor value than ever.- year. , Dow Jones preliminary closing itenna Byerley,; La Vena Harris, Patty Lund, Jean Edwards, Betty Lou Carter, Rose Bikman, Betty Haley, Geneva Schlegel, Eloise Coates, Phoebe Elder, Phyllis Ha-zeltine nd..Verna Warren; eighth grade, Lucy McAfee, Muriel Forester, Ailone Sliger, Viola Barnes, Velrpa Montfiomory, Frances Mul-ler, Ardys Jenks, Fern Gorbcr, Donna Scars, , Dorothy Bnnton, Genevieve Goodwin, Gladys Mor- averages showed industrial 145.87 up 2.02, railroad 43,28 up .08, utility 29.18 up .55. ,, , Sales approximately 2. 310.000 shares compared with 1,790,000 shares yesterday. Curb sales were. Hoj and Katherine Arthur; ninth The love and affection you will want to show must p "- . be expressed In a Gift ' . She Will Appreciate! And that't why we tuggctt .... J..'.- STRUT-WEAR HOSIERY i The Choice of Discriminating Women 79c, $h00, $1.25 yu,uuu snares compared with U2,i 000 shares yesterday. FRIDAY AND SAT. SPECIALS Shoulder of Mutton Roasts lb. 8c Ground Lamb O Ham Loaf, lb. 20c TRY OUR TENDER STEAKS Verl Miller's Meat Market Grain Chicago, April 30. Wheat fu SEED CORN OREGON YELLOW DENT Valley Grown, Crib cured Best, for f odder and grain. . 98 per cent fertile. Seo it in our window. - .- tures ran up more than a cent a bushel on the board of trade to day on aggressive buying stimulated by belief the market had been FREE DELIVERY C. O. D. SERVICE oversold and on a forecast for clearing weather over much of the PHONE 62-J southwest winter wheat belt. graac, tneno uroemng, Henrietta Stratton, Eleanor Martinson, Ruby Barrett, Marjorie Quigley, Lena Coffin, Edith Stellmacher, alternate; Anna Mae Haley, Doris Ann Haley, Helen Burch, Velma Williamson, Doris Scott and Jcanetto Conn, Third grade Central school pupils' participating in tho grade school meet arc: Hurdles Elizabeth . Mianiiing and Arthur Blanchard. 50-yard dash Jack Hassler. Al-vin Halbig, Richard Kibbe, Don-old Still, Harold Slocker, Paul Aoquisto, Jean Gates, Dorothy Harris. Dorothy Smith. Gertrude Hall, Corinne Jenks, Franeta Lam-berty, Helen Parker, Eva Ueckncr and Marjorie Pophnm. At the close May was up 1 Sheer quality, new shades,' Surprisingly 'lortrj life ' i all these will comblneto make that gift of Strutwear Hosiery a happy chpice. We have a full range of sizes to select from. cents net, July was up 1 Vi cent una Septomburjihowod axent gam. Corn firmed. 3 to " cent, oats were unchanged to Mi cent lower and ryo was cent lower. c Small ., lb. 'Lots 5 Robnett & Cross UNITED CIGAR AGENCY UNITED CIGAR AGENCY Slippers, too, Make Delightful: Mother's Day G ifts Mist Magers Named WOODWOUTII'S WOOUW OKTHS 100 Ibsi $4.00 To Important Post DRUGS T. W. ROBNETT Elks Bldg. ' W. K. CROSS Phone 25"" Mary Magers, teacher in the Al Schilling bany Central school, was elected secretary-treasurer of tho Oregon Association for . Intermediate Shop With Confidence Prices Always Low Teachers at the annual election of that group at an educational con ference in Monmouth Saturday. Miss Itlusers is a member of the Linn county chapter and has been ore Mustard chairman of the state .publicity committee' for two years. ' The Linn county chapter -was well- reprcsentsd al the business nteetini; with the second largest dele-nation. i, ... . ' .i Other officers are: Mnrie Tinker, BABY NEEDS r 50c Pablum . 34c $1.20 S. M. A. : . . ,90c 40c Castoria .... .28c 60c Syrup Figs . . . .40c 25c J & J Powder . .19c Hurley's for Better Drug Values Everyday Prices that Save for You TOOTH PASTE 50c Pepsodent ... 38c 25c Listerine 19c 50c Ipana . . .39c 50c Milk" Magnesia 39c Colgate Giant . . . .33c HAIR Preparations $1.00 Lucky Tiger .59c 75c Vaseline Tonic 59c $1.00 Mar-O-Oil Shampoo 67c $1.00 Vitalis 79c 75c Fitch Shampoo 59c Pills & Tablets $1 Ironized Yeast .71 c 75c Doans Pills . r-.50c 25c Ariac'in . . ? .'. 17c 25c N. R. Tablets . .17c 100 Aspirin 5 gr. . . 19c TOILETRIES 50c Hind Lotion ... 39c 50c Santiseptic ... ,45c $1.29 Vantines '- -Bath Set 79c 35c Cutex Prep. . . 31c ARM AND BLENDED Creom 20e, 50c, 75c,$l 50c Woodbury Cream 37c SUNDRIES $1 .50 Sandwich "j Toaster $1.19 $1.50 Electric : Percolator . . . .$1.19. $1.50 Lunch Kit . . .98c $2 Super Juicer .$1.39 $1 -Tackle Boxes.. .69c 50c World Globes . '. 29c 25c Wratchet Screw , Driver IQc WOULD YOU BUY A HOT WATER BOTTLE for D cent ? ! ; Volllhal'n just what yon nm do at Dawson's One Cent Sulo. That is, you buy one at the regular price and you are nivm another for only lev The same all through the store in cosmetics, toilet goods, soaps, perfumes, stationery, drills, and all kinds of articles. Htty one and Kt another for only a penny. Thousands of Koxall DruK Stores throiiKhout the United States take part in this tremendous sale to make friends for Kexall Tested-Quality Products. On special occasions ilurinK tho year we offer many of these items at prices lower than the regular list prices. Rut at no time do we offer this merchandise at such rock-bottom prices as during this Rexall One Cent Sale. . . ........ : Only two days.bjft Friday' and Saturday. Come in supply yduf family needs.' litre are six items that -give you an idort'of tub tremendous savings. mentioned on hundreds of things in our big, four.-page circular. - 1 ' $1.50 Fitch Shampoo. . 98c 75c Listcrine ..... . . 59c $1.00 Pepsodent Liq. . . 79c 50c Ipana Tooth Paste 39c $1.25 Agar Oil Emulsion" tor 79e 50c Hind's Honey and Almond Lotion i . 39c REMEDIES $1 Miles Nervine . . 83c 60c Alka-Seltzer . .49c $1.35 Pinkham's Compound .... 89c $1 Beef, Iron and Wine . . ...... .59c 60c Sal Hepatica .49c $1 Adlerika .... . .89c 65c Bisodol .' . '. 49c $1 Petrolager ... .79c $1 Lysol ..... ...89c 60c Zoni te ; . ; . . 42c 16 oz. Alcohol Rub 19c 16 oz. Mineral Oil (extra heavy) . . 29c VAN TAGE TONIC $1.25 $3.00 Dorothy Gray 'Sef ' Lipstick, Powder, Rouge. Special at $1.50 500 Sheet KLEENEX TISSUES 31c 50c Prophylactic. Tooth Brushes 39c Squibb's Mineral Oil Full Quarts , 89c 100 Tablets, 5-grs. 49c 60c Sal Hepatica . $1.25 L. Pinkham's Compound ...... $ 1 .00 50c Pepsodent Tooth ' Paste , 38c 50c Jaynes Vermifuge 49c $1.00 Miles. Nervine , 83c $1.00 Adex. Tablets .. . ,,79c 60c Mentholatiim . . , 49e CANDY BARS, LIFE SAVERS Cr GUM, . 3 for i 0c Cascara. Sagrada 50c Milk of Magnesia 50c Rubbing Alcohol . 10c Flashlight Batteries 25c Shaving Cream, . , $1,00 Hot Water Bottles 35c Rubber Gloves ... 2for51c . 2 for 51c . 2 for lie .2 for 26c .2 for $1.01 . .2 for 40c 35c CIGARETTES Camels, Old Golds Luckys, Chesterfields ond Raleigh$ ... 12c 2 fpr 23c .$1.13 carton " While they loet , VALUAILI COUPON JJ g This coupon and 10c en- titles you to dim; 2'j dram bottli? (it - - - . 1 CARDINAL ' " " PERFUME True Floral and Blrndcd CIGARS Van Dykes ... 5 for 23c 11 for 50c, 50 for $2.19 Pletorp Blunts " A good cigar 3 for 10c Isabela Generals ... 2 for 5c WhiOwis, 25's .$1.09 WHITMAN'S CANDY FO MOTHER'S DAY Gixe the. Btt f Mother, Value 50c to . . ... . . $5.00 . kd4&et' EU G vds and Gifts Phone 309 Four Deliveries Daily Hurley's Drug Store FRED DAWSON DRUG Co. THE REXALL STORE TOBACCOS Velvet and Prince Albert, 15c tins 238 West First St. Phone 42 Odors Albany, Ore. 10c

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