Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on May 1, 1936 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO THE ALBANY D E M 0 C R AT-H E R A L D, ALBANY, OREGON FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1936 Mrs. John, Nichols, Mrs. Jess Mor- amount was bought at the low side of this range. on his record as a progressive re- j ent body members of. of the local publican and a successful business branch and the-; Portland unit,, man. . faculty members,' alumni and for- SOd ETY. Girl's Gas Bill Traps Admirer mer students. : y ' Visitor in Albany j B. . porsan of The Dalles arrived in Albany last evening on a ANNUAL MAY DAY Chicago, May 1. Rain reports from sections of Kansas,, -indications for more unsettled weather over the southwest winter wheat ! gan, Mrs. J. L. Blackburn, Mrs. ; D. .W. Wilson. Miss Daphne Wilson, Mrs. Ray Frum. Mrs. O. B. j Wilson, Mrs. Nora Wilson, Mrs. R. P. Nichols, Mrs. Leigh Corssan, Mrs. E. Corssan, Mrs. J. L. Gorman, Mrs. Ross Wagner and Mrs. George Ransom, -who was a complimented guest. NOTICE TO CW f" SUBSCRIBERS If your paper has not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 o'clock call D. M. Rohrbouch, Phone 718-X and a copy will be delivered by special carrier.-Report all other complaints to the office, Phone 15 i The Albany Democrat-Herald business trip. SET FOR CAMPUS GROOMING FIRE TRUCK Albany's new fire truck, of a Dodge chasis' and constructed body is being completed through the aid of firemen . Shedd Society ' Shedd. Mrs. Clay, Stone was hostess to fourteen members of the U-Go-I-Go clib Friday, afternoon. After the business meeting the afternoon was spent playing (Continued from Pane One) From Coos County-Dan E. Marsters from Coos county is spending a few days in Albany and vicinity on business. belt and a bearish domestic ejti-. mate brought heavy selling into wheat futures on the board of ; trade today, j At the close wheat was off I to 1 ' cents, corn was to 4fc wrapping of the May pole by Al-, and local artisans, witih- the expec- oany grade school children, di-1 tation that it will be ready tor use rected by Katherine Riley, and : within a few days. The truck had pinochle, Mrs. Merle Githens and Why take chances with old tires. The Dalles Publisher Asks Delegare Post lower, oats were Is to hieher the recessional of the court. been in Portland until this week Mrs. Everett Abraham winning prizes for high score. Trade them to Ted & Fred for new ana rye was unchanged to '& cent McClaren Deluxe tires. Sped; lower. undergoing part of the, construction necessary to equip it for service. ... trade-in allowance. Tedlock The hostess served a delicious1 lunch assisted by members. Mrs. ' Although without political am-Kenneth Robson and Mrs. John hitinn for an elective office Ren The baseball game with the Portland unit is as yet tentative. Festivities of the day will draw to a close with the formal queen's ball in the armory at 9 p. m. The ocm Forster, 1st & Jackson Sts. ml- PUBLIC BLAMED G'alifornian Visitor- Democrat-Herald Want Ads. Bring Results. FOR TAX BOOST affairs is invitational to all stud- Mr. Faulkner of Compton, Cal Cox were guests. r. Liftin, of The Dalles, has a The next meeting will be on desire to see the wheels go 'round May 8 with Mrs. Henry Bales as and is a candidate for delegate-at-hostess. arge for the republican national arrived in Albany this morning an 'Continued from Pane One) on a business trip through th Willamette valley. Albany. In some of the sparsely convention which will be held at j Cleveland in June. I Ren T.iftin ic nne tUa Conner Society THE WEATHER Oregon: Cloudy tonight and Saturday, probably with rain, in v,4't Edi tion; slightly' wsrmer in edst fortiori' tonight; "incfeasiiig southerly wind off coast, ' Maximum temperature yesterday locally, 70 degrees; minimum temperature last night, 43 degrees; river. 4.7 feet, r Fred Meyer Is Gone! Returns from Salem- Conner. Mrs. Irene Frietag nnnnlnr memhers nf iho r,o c, George Gourley of Los Angeles entertained the members of the nciin-u tuumics, ii ine ptiDiic utilities, such as . railroad, telegraph and telephone companies,! power companies and others had not paid their taxes the county governments would not now be able to Conner Thimble club at her who lias been "isiting relatives in Albany and vicinity the last few weeks, returned last evening from per fraternity in Oregon and counts as his friend nearly every publisher in the state. From this contact in more than 150 cities home April 23. The afternoon was spent in quilting and a social hour. The rooms we're decorated in Salem and is a guest at the home and towns in Oregon it is ex lunctinn, the speaker declared. These companies paid 80'f of the of his niece, Mrs. M. O. Wilkin spring flowers. pected that Liftin will poll the Just news to us good news to some of you business men. Have you been condemning people for trading with him while you were patronizing service stations using his methods? Our service is complete, dependable and at reasonable rates. GOOD USED CARS FINE NEW CARS son. tax money received m those coun Mrs. Frietag, assisted by Mrs. highest vote of any of the 16 can Moving to Iebanon Mr. and Mrs. Homer Dowd are moving this week to Lebanon to make their future home. They have recently completed a fine residence there. ties, he said. u didates for the four places to be Ships Goods The speaker referred to . the Lance, served a lunch at the close of the meeting. Those present were: Mrs. Zelma Harnisch filled. W. T. Hit-key, a former railroad He -was born in Minnesota and express agent at Albany, who has and son, David; Mrs. Lucile Armstrong and son, Dean; Mrs. Lylith been transferred to Napa, Cal, Lumbermen s building in Portland, which was appraised at more than S400.000. During the last five years the income from that building has hardly been sufficient to meet writes M. O. Wilkinson requesting A gas-i bill for the apartment of Miss Chicago Patricia Porter and son, Darrel; Mrs. Alma Haefer, Mrs .Lent and daughter. that his household goods be ship HODGES GARAGE Chrysler - Plymouth - Willys 77 ped to him at that place. Phone 769 general overhead. When the owner died he left an estate, on which Alice Ruth; Gary Frietag, Mattie Groshong arid Helen Yagelski. From Crablrce Leave for Canby Mrs. D. M. Rohrbough and daughter, Mrs. Spencer Griffith, and little daughter, Marline, and Max Rohrbough of the Canby schools, who has been at the family-home for several weeks because of a broken leg, left this morning for Canby and Oregon City for the day. the inheritance tax was over $61 Margaret Stewart of Crabtree 000. Although this man had ac. neighborhood was a guest in Al . Oak Creek Society The Oak Creek Thursday club cumulated during his lifetime a fair estate for his protection in Starr, above, an entertainer, found in the records of Charles G. Koepke, Investment broker, led to further Investigation and resulted In the arrest ' of Koepke In the girl's home. There he readily admitted, police said, that he had embezzled more than $50,000 of his clients' money. bany yesterday of Jeanette und Geneva McClain, daughters of met recently at the home of Mrs. Glenn Eastman with nine mem old age and for his children, there was not cash enough to pay the Mr. and Mrs. J. Deo McClain. bers present. The afternoon was n . . minimi.'... ; DANCE MOOSE HALL ALBANY inheritance tax. The Lumberman's building was offered to Multno Film Developing Overnight A i ' i Ia c"mon? s ur: service. Hurley's Drug Store, ml-4 mah county to settle tax slate- at Ashland for several months, re-1 "i" ona secl,rc ?nuh,ucash t0 Candidates' Meeting Set floor and placo to enjoy yourself dancing. aDO-ml itirnea to their home in Albany I ,vl'r. was refused. Taxes wiped out the spent socially and was brought to a close by the hostess serving refreshments, assisted by Mrs. George Ehrlich and Mrs. Mahlon Gingrich. April birthday gifts were exchanged at the luncheon hour. Mrs. Overholser was a complimented guest. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. yeselrday. Their son. E. B. Wit Plans are being completed for the candidates' meeting to be held estate, said the speaker. liamson, of the Bank of Albany made the trip after them. under the auspices of the Inter-church Brotherhood in the Bap Eugene Visitor ' Miss Marguerite Stanford of Eu-gene was among the out of town The population of the United States increased 2T,'r in the last 40 years, but the cost of government CRAFT'S MEAT MARKET WILL CLOSE FROM 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday Afternoon DURING THE FUNERAL OF Mrs. M. B. Craft tist church May 8 at 8 p. m. Rev. Thomas D. Yarnes, pastor of the nas increased many times that fig George Ehrlich. ure, said cnilds. Albany, with TODAY'S STOCK, GRAIN MARKETS tax levy of 58 mills, is one of the Methodist church, is to be the speaker. An invitation to all candidates has been extended. Each candidate will be given a chance Halsey Society A wedding of interest to local lowest in the state. BEN R. LITFIN The speaker criticized the long delay in the completion of the San people took place Tuesday after to announce his platform. MARKETS AT A GLANCE Stocks Irregularlv hieher In noon at 4 o clock at the Meth tiam highway. dull trading. Nearly every western state has odist Episcopal church parsonage at Cottage Grove when Miss Road Not Open M. O. Wilkinson of Albany, sec Bonds Domestic . roi nnr.-ilimw a taxpayers association organized Pearl Falk became the bride of to tight the battle of the property higher; U. S. governments easy. retary of the Santiam Fish and owner, said the speaker. Unless Jock Handley of Portland. The Game association, received word halt is called there will be no end Publisher The Dalles, Ore., Chronicle, Candidate for delegate, stale at large. Republican national convention. came to Oregon about 20 years ago, working as a printer in the office of The Dalles Chronicle. In due time he became foreman and later acquired all of the stock and has built up one of the leading and most influential daily newspapers in Oregon. He has taken a prominent part in local and single ring ceremony was read by Rev. C. J. Hall in the living room of the parsonage before a yesterday from P. A. Thompson supervisor of the Willamette forest, that the rood between Bel to taxes. The association in Washington has reduced taxes 17 '.-4. The v,ui u r irm, quiet. . Call money of 1 per cent. Foreign exchange Irregular. Cotton Futures up 5 to 7 points. Rubber Up 5 to 6 points. Silver in New Yni-k. un double window. The room was at knap Springs and Clear lake is organization' is non-political and has no dues. Organization of such an association in Linn county was tractively decorated with bou not open to travel and that fish hanged. ermen had better wait another urged by the speaker quets of spring flowers. The bride's sister, Mrs. Grace Falk Thompson, was her only attend week after the opening. Logs and snow cover the highway in places. J. L. Stuart reminded members Stocks Now York, May 1. The stock of the Kiwanis kite flying contest ant and Mr. Thompson acted as NOW READY FOR YO U R M I L L WORK state politics, being .a member of the state republican central committee. Linn county republicans are asked to support Mr. Liftin best man for the groom. Riverside Meeting which will be held May 9 and a collection was taken to nrovide market fluctuated uncertainly as the new month, began today in one The bride wore a blue traveling The Riverside community club Special For Mother's Day ROSES IN SNOW CAKE ' Made from a famous BETTY CROCKER . RECIPE A beautiful and unusually delicious cake. Its quality and goodness is assured by the fact that it is made from a Betty Crocker recipe. Sec This Cake On Display in .....Our WMw..f s. We ore the only authorized Albany, bakery featuring Betty Crocker Cokes, ... v ' y . f ' . Cu rran's Bakery 115 W, 2nd St. Phone 455-H prizes. Clem Kuward proved the is to meet Saturday evening at of the lightest sessions of the year. suit with white accessories and a corsage of rosebuds, sweet peas llie community hall, for the re a majority of issues registered best balancer and won the attend ance prize given by Dr. Keith Bry and fern. She is the second daugh gular monthly meeting, it was an gains over the previous close late ant. M. O. Wilkinson and J. Deo ter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Falk nounced. All women are asked to in the session after several swings of Halsey and a graduate of the up and down failed to attract bring cither sandwiches or cake, McClain were named as a nomina tion committee to select a succes lucal high school with the class of By the committee in charge. sor to Bob Dill on the board of di Dow Jones preliminary closing 930. Mr. Handley is the second son rectors. verages showed industrial 147.07 Has Minor Operation Dairell Shepherd of Crabtree Since purchasing the Albany Planing Mill we have been busy getting in shape to properly handle the business. Now we are ready and want the opportunity to figure on your mill work, ,. ... .. ... You will find the quality of our work and service up to the standard of the past. There is nothing in this line that u) 1.40, railroad 4H.5L up .23; utility 29.05 off .14. Dennis Wotkiijs, 91, of Mr. and Mis. A. Handley of Portland and a nephew of Mrs. Ida Frcerksen of Halsey. He has submitted to minor surgery yes Volume approximated 1.1(10.000 terday afternoon ut the Albany Dies a I- Jefferson shares compared with 2.310.000 spent considerable time in this uenerai Hospital. hares yesterday. Curb sa es were icinity the last few years and is well known here. He attended 208,000 shares compared with 476.-000 shares yesterday. j Army Flier leaves First Lieut. N. D. Olson of Ron we cannot handle and ask for an od- the Albany and Portland schools. jportunity to demonstrate our workman After a motor wedding trip the young people will be at home to dolph Field, Tex., took off from the Albany airport Wednesday afternoon after visiting since ship. Wool , Boston, May 1. A few scattered Denns Watkins 81-year old prominent resident of the Jefferson neighborhood, passed away Friday May 1st, at 11:00 a.m. at his home 3 miles east of Jefferson. ' Funeral services are to be held from the Fisher- Broden chapel, in Albany Monday, May 4th at 2:00 o'colck. Interment will be in their friends this summer at the Vote For R. M. Russell Candidate for Republican Nomination for County Clerk Experienced in Probate and Circuit Court procedure. Graduate Of Business College, including Bookkeeping and Stenography. My nomination and election will insure continued operation of the office at lowest possible cost. Courtesy. Efficiency and Service is my motto. Pd. adv. by R. M. Russell Muller home west of town where both have employment. Sunday with Capt. F. S. O'Connor of the Arboretum CCC camp near sales of domestic wool were mostly of very small volume, the U. S. agriculture department reported C'oivollis. Lieut. Olson's long today. Rock Hill Society Rock Hill. Mrs. Willie Sherod Jefferson. Purchases were either for urgent mmediate requirements or for DR. CHAN LAM was hostess to the members of the Rainbow club at her home in CARI.OAD1NGS MOUNT Washington. May 1. The Asso testing out the working qualities of the new wools. Short French combing length fine territory and le Rock Hill district, April 23. If you are going to build, modernize, repaic or are just going to put a little built-in work in your home or store, we will be glad to draw you a sketch and give you an estimate without obligation. We are here as a part of the comrpunity and expect to give this section our fullest support and cooperation. ALBANY PLANING MILL ALLEN EDWARDS, Prop. Foot of Lyon Street Phone M0-R ciation of American Railroads to Arizona wools have been sold re- I light was sairl to have been a combination of route survey and distance practice. Letters Unclaimed The following letters remain uncalled for at the post office; Mr. and Mrs. A. Ackerman, Mrs. Mol-lie Blackburn, Mrs. Mary Fitz-water, Mrs. 11. R. Houghton, Mrs. D. K. .Jacobs, Mrs. Hertha Jackson, Wallace Joslin, Jack R. Merzenick, Doris Riggs. day announced carloadings for the week ended April 25 totalled 666,- Mrs. John Nichols offered a very interesting contest during the social hour, with Mrs. R. P. Nichols nlly at 80-81 cents, scoured ba sis. Country packed lots of and Hl 1 cars, an increase of 23.524 cars inning first prize and Mrs. Ross ulood bright fleece wools were eing offered al 33-34 cents in the above the preceding week and 1117.245 cars above the corresponding week in 1935. x Wagner the consolation prize. At the close of the afternoon, the Chinese , . Medicine Co, Natural .remedies fan-;dlitordfrji . of II v r", stomach, Klnmts, rikln. urinary nysteui uf mull.. & women. J(nptl(i-a for con-tlimtlon, fcxthmn, arilirllLi, an tear illnb.tn & rJiou-rutlnpi, y. 1 rcase, delivered east, and a small hostess was assisted in serving by Miss Norman Wilson and Mrs. Beryl Wilson. Those present were . - Operatic Performer Attends Convention Clyde Williamson is in Corvallis today attending the stale conven-iton of Future Farmers of Ameri- T. lnin. N.D. : ... . . j WElSK-IiND FORECAST: ' Sp J jffl Niilttropathla rhynlcluiu Upstairs Itnnm t Answer to Previous 1'iizzlp 13 He died Mill JtORIZONTAIi 1 Opera star. 1.1 Pondered. . g!o tt Ia ftDlElAfl-IfttivfE Hla per T 1 Knlghts of l'.vthiits Monday evening. May flth. the regular meeting of the local Knights of Pythias will he held. Work in two ranks will be It Admonition. 16 To perform. Ami Z, Vin-llHii Theater I I a k . Cur. Klrst rtntl Itroiulnlbin Kin., Albany. Offlio Hour: p. in. to 5 p. m. Tuesday ami iut-llrtluv mily. Consultation, Illnoil J'resstn-n nml I'r- ll 'IVstN l.'l-.... ..I 17 Musical note. lRtircek letter. 19 Company. 20 Half an em. Returned from Ashland 0LfTDUfffLlA ft H Uf E SfT Mb'tT'E is Belk qeiaTbTt h E R I A T 10 "AARF" A WA RiE r o vil ft nirTDiktriM e'"b utr L "N PIAIN.SiY BEILII P&jLOIVviS OlvlAtLnSlP iTTjElfo DlA L LAh"AUA;i' b'E1Rl,? OIL E UolUlo Chun, N.D. charge. Mr. ami Mis. T. H. Williamson. ..for those who puff aciarcttc ...for those who pour affaZ whisky wno nave nren making their home OREGON'S FAVORITE WHISKEY formance wat In 1933. 20 To devour. 22 Dower property. 24 Tatter. 26 Article, 28 Wand. 29 Stratepem. 30 Epoch. 35 Heavy staff. 36 Southeast. 38 Recited. 40 Document. 41 Conscious. 4:1 The earth. 44 Molten rock. 45 Lacerated. 46 Poenifl. 48 To litbor. 49 The tip. 50 Also. 51 South Caroline 53 Wages. 55 Court. 56 Note In scale. Your week-end holiday begins right tays bright when your whisky choice is Cobbs Creek. It's mild, friendly no harsh edges. Vet it's a full M0 proof! Continental Diitillm Corpor-tioQ, I'hita . I'- 21 Finale. 23 Measure. 24 Rodent. 26 Klery. 27 Poetry muse. 29 Kind of nut. SI Ship's record. 32 llpoa. 33 nrfnre. St Alleged r.ircr,. 3b OiruteM quantity. 37 Vnopened flower. 39 Dye. to HooX part. 42 Irish fuel. 44 I.tU'.-llke. 45 One and one. 47 To eat sparingly. 49 Hack of neck, 50 Amphibian. f.2 To let fall. t4 Night before. S5 To rectify. 57 Inlet. 58 He. was n ipU. 69 He was n native of . VKHTICAIj 1 The bow. 2 Negative, word. 3 Toward. 4 Science of treating teeth. f Northeast. 6 Structural unit. , 7 Senior. 5 lllll part. Liberal. 10 Transpose. It I'edal digit. 12 Jot. .Ten? I r-rVSS V-V. J " i 1L. I LOOK ' v rue nrsNni I''i Tcdav and avarv daw i 5 i e 7 a i 73" T" 15 (g lb ? " iS .", .w 40 W 4S j so 5?" s5" ' . I 1 -J.. ... j 1 I 1 I M k Lmimmm:miL mora Oragonlans ara v?f :ilng to CULF STREAM HALF Cobb PI Ml ivech DRINK MODERATELY. . , . 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