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Monday, May 4, 1936
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PAGE TWO THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON MONDAY, MAY 4, 1936 bany and Senator C. D. Stringer ed natives off the streets. It was believed he would survive. SWEET HOME HOST TO LARGE CROWD AT RIOTS CONTINUE JN ADDIS ABABA tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ralph Hyde, with each member to bring a May basket as tomorrow's meeting is to be the annual May day party. of Lebanon attended the Founders Day program Saturday afternoon at Champoeg park. Vincent Grimes had Exodus 3 first 15 verses, Mrs. J. W. Owen took Isaiah 11 and 12 and Mrs. Green I. Samuel 3. Prior to the Bible readings MAY DAY PROGRAM, FISHERMAN FINED Lebanon, May 4. (Special) Charles Mera Santamo'was fined $25 and costs in justice court here last week by 'Judge Harvey A. Wight when he pleaded guilty to a charge of fishing without a license. He was arrested by State Officer Rodman, April 24. (Continued from Page One) NOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS If your paper lias not been delivered by your 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, Phone 15 Film ' Developing Overnight service. Hurley's Drug Store, m 1-4 - " V: there was a short program by Cuot Ur,m cih cm;t; small children. Junior Vannice Eugene Visitor by looting Ethiopians, but was so For sale or rent Dr. Jordan's .1,; BtpH h,. orr,rfiang a song; Patty Lutz, Phebe Jane Shields and prop, in Sunrise. See Mrs. Claude j whjeh assembled , at the From Tangent D. L. Rausson of Tangent BUSINESS WOMEN TO MEET Announcement was made today that the Albany Business and Professional Women's club will meet at the Tip-top cafe. 205 South Main street, Tuesday at 6:45 for a dinner to be followed by a meeting. At the meting Mary Shiu, Albany college "student, will give an educational talk on the subject of China, her native land. high Mary Lowell 'Jimmy, Our Murphy, 724 Broadalbm.. m4-5 j scnoof campus Friday morning to; Save !,w jnf. transacted business and visited TRAFFIC FINE IMPOSED join In Sweet Home's largest May'PuPPy" anii "Aren't You Glad to The Albany Democrat-Herald friends in Albany this forenoon. From Detroit-Leslie Hite from Detroit, Mar day festival. At 10:30, Queen Pauline I, was crowned by Master hard pressed that an appeal had to be made to tne British for a machine gun and soldiers. Two native women in the American quarters were wounded. Previously Mrs. A. R. Stadin, wife of an American missionary doctor, had been killed by a stray bullet. Ethiopian danrii.ts attacked at 9 a. m. All the white women except Mrs. Engert, wife of the American Visits Grandson of Ceremonies Gordon Corner ion county, was among the weekend visitors in Albany. A. G. Senders relumed yester ' Salvator San Galluzzo was fined j $5 and costs in justice ocurt here 1 today when he pleaded guilty to I the charge of permitting four persons to ride in the, driver's seat ! of his car. He was arrested by ' State Officer Winters. them sang "I Don't Want to Play in Your Yard." The next session is to be a mothers' meeting, with Mrs. Kenneth Vannice as leader at the M. E. church. The queen was attended by 12 day from Portland where he had been to form the acquaintance of lus grandson born a few days ago, ARE PARENTS OF GIRL Mr. and Mrs. Alex Lopuson are the parents a 6.8 pound daughter, born to them at Eugene Friday. Mrs. Lopuson and little Gaynell Anita are both reported doing well. Leave on Trip Dr. and Mrs. C. V. Littler left today for a month's trip which will take them east. They will visit friends and relatives while away from Albany. Visit Relatives- maids of honor: Doris Ashford, Naomi Canavan. Dorothy Duncan, Florence Hanson, Ila King, Ena King, Carol Meiling, Madelyn Nutten, Ruth Russell, Meredith Smith, Edna Sherwood and Margaret Warden; Ralph Thompson was crown bearer; Bonnie and THE WEATHER Mrs. Wilma Morrison and little Oregon: Partly cloudy tonight, with 'rains in west uortion: Tues- son of Vancouver, Wash., arrived Harrisburg Gym Not Ready for Graduation Harrisburg. (Special) It appears that the school gymnasium will not be far enough along in its construction to serve the Saturday evening to visit at the home of Mrs. Morrison s parents, dn inscftled, "with rain in north portion ' and on coast; moderate tMriperatare; moderate southerly At Local Hospital Vivian Miller of Albany under Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rohrbough, went an appendectomy last night Eulah Coulter, flower girls; and Janice Weber and Inez Powell, train bearers. At IX o'clock, the musical program by the districts was given as Meeting Tonight wind on coast. . Maximum temperature yester' HOCKLEY NOMINATED Washington, May 4. President Roosevelt today nominated Claude C. Hockley of Oregon, to be state director ol the public works administration in Oregon. at the Albany General Hospital. The regular weekly meeting of minister had been taken to the fortified British compound previously. She was in the garden when the natives opened fire. Some of the men had gone to aid a hospital. Ames and Rohrbaugh United Press correspondents were out to get first-hand news of the Italians. With revolvers, rifles, shotguns, swords and spears, the few remaining Americans beat off the attack, killing or wounding at least one bandit. Then the infuriated natives returned. Dr. Arne John Melly, chief of the British and Red Cross missions, was shot through the lungs yester- j day while he was dragging wound- school for graduation exercises, and there is' deep disappointment day locally, 71 'degrees; minimum F'.RE DAMAGES BROODER Tangent, May 4 (Special) Fire last Friday damaged a brooder house owned by J. E. Borden and killed 600 pullets which is contained. This fire gave rise to a false rumor that the Oakwood Poultry hatchery, operated here by H. G. Borden .was destroyed. ORCHESTRA BOARD TO MEET A meting of the Albany Symphony orchestra board of directors was announced today as scheduled for tonight at 8:15 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Luper, 538 East Fourth street. 11 11 Daughter Born me is.nignis 01 ovinias is schedul tempcaturo last pight, 48 degrees among the seniors in consequence. ed to be held this evening. Degree . Mr. and Mrs. Walter Greiert of rainfall, .80 of an inch; river, 4.4 The class has been looking for work in two ranks is to be featur louows: Primary chorus. Piggy Wig and Piggy Wee"; "Woe Ducky Doodles"; "Traffic Cop," directed by Miss Ruth towne. Upper grades feet. .- , Albany are the parents of a daughter, born to them Sunday night ed. ward to the distinction of being the first class to use the new at the Albany Oeneral hospital. Portland Visitors gym but that privilege seems cnorus: "Music in the Air" 'Am Why take chances with old tires. The baby weighed 6 Mi pounds. SENT TO ASYLUM Fred R. Howe, Portland, who was picked up Saturday near Tangent, was committed today to the state hospital for the insane at Salem. aryllis,'" "Home on the Range." Mr. Greiert is assistant manager Trade them to Ted & Fred for new Dr. Joseph Roberts and Miss Margarete Clark of Portland were doubtful now. The construction is going along well but the time directed by Everett Daugherty. of the local J: C. Penney Co. store. McCIaren Deluxe tires. Special week end visitors In Albany as is short, too short doubtless to Harmonica Dana, "Old Black Joe, trade-in allowance. Tedlock guests at the home of Miss Olga Attend Funeral Forster, 1st & Jackson Sts. ml-4 "Home, Sweet Home," directed by Everett Daugherty. High Jackson. A. J. Caldwell;-James Caldwell. 3C school chorus: "Palm Tree," "Look Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Caldwell. Mr. Goes Fishing Candidates to Attend for the Sunshine," directed by Floyd C. Mullen, Linn county get the roof done and the auditorium seats placed. At a meeting Friday night the school board decided not to wait longer for the town to build a sewer connection but to have the district do it. When the town built the city hall about a year ago it and Mrs. R. A. Marsh, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Edholm. Mrs. Hel Miss Irene. Neugart. Combined The candidates of all parties in ' Linn county are invited to attend en Culdwell, Mrs. Ralph Banton chorus: "Old Folks at Home, agent who spent a day recently fishing at Yachals, reports to his friends that the fish was on the and son, Harold, local residents. "Oregon, My Oregon." "Star MOTHERS DAY SPECIALS.. Spangled Banner," audience and wrong end of the line. all attended the funeral and burial of Judge J. B. Grier, a prominent pioneer resident of Stavton. school. At 1:45, May pole dances given a public meeting Tuesday evening of this week at 8 o'clock nt ' the! Grand Prairie grange hall. Each candidate will be introduced and given an opportunity to make a brief speech. The general public is specially invited by the grange to'attcnd. went into debt the full limit. Now the council sees no way for the town to build the sewer and though several conferences be from Marshficld Wade Ross and George Blan at Stayton, Ore.,, on Friday after in front of the grandstand to mu Ik noon. Judge Utter was an uncle sic by trumpets and piano. At chard of Marshfield, former Al tween the boards - have taken 8x10 PICTURE IN GLASS FRAME bany boys, spent Sunday here $2.95 of the Caldwells and is the last member of the pioneer Grier fam place they have not arrived at any visiting relatives and friends. ily. He was 82 years of ago and tangible result except for the school to assume tne expense. To Visit in Portland- was city recorder and justice of peace of Stavton at the time of his Arrives from Berkeley f Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hart of 1 ; D..W. - Pnl r,-,.U,J ALnnl, 3x5 PICTURE IN NEW MODERNISTIC GLASS FRAME $2.25 death. 12:30, six Softball games were held simultaneously. Three championship softball games in three divisions followed at 1:15, Starting at 2:00 the high high school girls' and boys' league baseball games, Brownsville vs. Sweet Home, resulted in Sweet Home boys winning by a score of 11 to 1 and Brownsville girls winning with a score of 9 to 7. Mrs. W. H. Davis is leaving this afternoon for Portland to spend a few days visiting Mrs. Joe Ral PORTLANDER KILLED Portland, Ore.. May 4. An Visit in Portland Make Your Appointment Today! yesterday to -visit Mrs. Hart's brother, C M. , Dollarhide, and family for a few days. automobile operated by Thomas H. ston. H. W. Tripp and daughter, Mir- am, returned yesterday from Harris kyled rred r. uossman, 54, as he crossed the street from his parked car Sunday. Harris was Go to Clear Lake Portland where they had been , Attend Champoeg Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Childs, E. A delegation of members of the Santiam Fish and Game associ to visit at the home of Mr. and held without bail. Mrs. W. H. Ross. , E. Munscy, D.. S. Smith, W. A. ,' ation left yesterday for Clear Kimsey ana w. u. Jacuson or ai- EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that Lebanon Visitor i-aui Miicneu, former owner Lake to place the camp grounds and boats in readiness for the summer season. They will walk part way over the highway near the lake as the snow and timber the undersigned has been by the County Court of Linn County, and operator of the Lebanon tele- pnone system, is a business visitor n Aiouny for the day. Oregon .duly appointed executrix of the estate of Emma M. Watts, late of said County, deceased. All persons having claims against the which fell during the winter has not been removed. Worship at Mt. Pleasant At 8 o'clock the senior class presented the 3-uct mystery play "Demon in the Dark," at the gymnasium, where standing room was taken. The audience was generous with applause, and the characters in the play were exceptionally well taken. Financially the play was one of the ' most successful in the history of the high school. The play was directed by Irene Neugart, senior class advisor. It is estimated that 1500 were present during the day. Schools participating in the program during the day were: Crawfordsville, Sweet Home, Holley, Cascadia. Elizabeth Larsen and Rernice We have a hair cut for each Morton of the Albany rolleirp member of the family. Try us. Ter letter about GETTING a JOB publislied ivith tlie writer's permission . . . because it reveals some facts in ivhich many here are interested , , league of Evangelical Students and Miss Dena Fromm. were In chnran minal Barber shop. m2-4 of the' Sunday school und morn ing worship services at Mt. Pleas ant chupcl east of Scio Sunday. From Mcdford Mr. and Mrs. Robert Russell of Medford were among the business visitors spending last night nt a local hotel. Rcmember to. estate of said deceased are hereby required to present the same, with the proper vouchers, to the undersigned executrix at the office of her attorney EDWARD E. SOX in the .First National Bank Building, in the city of Albany, Oregon, within six months from the date of this notice. Dated and first published this 4th day of Mav, 1930. ERMA M. TENNISON. Executrix. EDWARD E. SOX, Albany, Oregon, Attorney for Executrix. May 4 11 18 25 Jne 1 HER TODAY'S STOCK, GRAIN MARKETS SEND Wildwood, Liberty, Pleasant Valley, Greenville, Brush Creek, Sunnyside-Fernhill, Rocky Point, Foster, Beulah Land, Over the Top, U. H. No. 2 Sweet Home. A Card on Visitor in Albany-Mrs. M. J. Young of Klamath Falls was among the out of town visitors spending the week end in Albany. MARKETS AT A GLANCE By United Press Stocks higher after earlv reac Mother's Day Bible Recital Test Held at Harrisburg tion on French election. Honds mixed: Domestii! mi nnm. Lebanon Visitor , W. It Alvin of Lebanon was among the. buHinuss visitors spending this forenoon in Albany. Hons Irregular) U. S. governments easy. lluriisbing. (Special) The W. C. T. U. held nn unusually interesting session Friday at the home fern Curb storks Irregularly higher fter early sase. Chicago stocks rally to fraction. of Mrs. J. W. Owen. Mrs. Addiel Dr. Littler will be out of his office during month of May m4-5 1 gains. Elliott won the prize for the best recitul of a Bible chapter. She Cull money renewed imrl ln nt . And you won't have to look further than Rawlings to find just '. the message you want. Choose early for the largest range of selection. We have cards for those others you'll want to remember too, on Mother's Day 5c to 35c A of 1 per cent. took the 91st psalm. Mrs. Loren Grimes recited Matthew 17, Mrs. foreign exchange rtnll.-ir firms in terms of gold currencies but Portland Visitors M. L. Lcishman and L. W. Van Dicur from Portland were among the business visitors spending lust night in Albany. eases ogainst sterling. uouon niiures unchanged to 4 points lower; ncurs steady. HuDber easy, off 6 to 8 points. Mocks Marguerite Stanford of Eugene was among visitors spending last night in Albany. RAWLINGS Stationery & Printing Co. lfW' I New York . May 4. Ktnrlrc lopped fractions to more thnn 2 Carnation Club Mrrting The Cnrnntion rluh is to meet points on the French election swing to the loft and then set off on a 11 u m ilnV NEXT. low, steady rally that left the list ibove the urevious clnsp in nmr. "SAILING' WED. MAY 6. ly nil sections. Then Dow Jones preliminary closing averages showed industrial Uti.yti up 0.55, railroad 411.52 up 0.13. utility 2H.Dft off 0.01. biiandineL- J CITY OF PORTLAND Volume approximated 1.007.000 shares compared with 1.160.000 shares Friday. Curb sales were 231,000 shares compared with 2HH.II00 shares Friday. VOTE FOR Clarence Ingram REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR NOMINATION FOR Country Clerk College and normal graduate, Studied law, and has a thorough business training. My wide and varied experience in clerical work, extensive and practical knowledge of legal documents, bookkeeping, teaching, and many years as cashier and bank executive, guarantees an efficient and economical administration. Charter member of Albany Townsend Club No. One. PAID ADV. EVERY FIRE should make you think, of your property. Has it enough , dependable insurance? You never know when it might mean cither lull indemnity for your loss or u drain vn your savings account. Owen Beam Agency ti5 West Second Street 475-R Opposite Post Office NO EXTRA FARE ...Saves a Dmy PORTLAND TO CHICAGO FIVE "SAILINGS" MONTHLY loitbound during Mayi From Port, land, 3,45 p. m.. on 1,6, II, 19, 25. W.-bound during Myi From Chicago, 6.15 o.rr,., on . a. 13.22, 28. 39 hour to Chicago All space reserved LOW PRICED MEALS Groin Chicago. Mya 4. Rumors private winter wheat estimates to be issued tomorrow will be from 25 to Ml million bushels below the forecast by a prominent expert last week generated a sharp Dear Juckl You usl me hIimI I'd ndvie you to do after graduation . . You were pretty young when I fared the same problem. I worked as a delivery boy, in con. ntrtietion romps, on runrhes Joined the army then worked for an oil company. : To try out another field, I got a job with Safeway. After 18 months as a salesman, I wus nude a store muiuijcer. Four years later I was promoted to supervisor and, after two mure years, made manager of a small district. Two yeitrs after that I was piveil my present larger district to manage. Each transfer and promotion has brought a salt .factory increase in earnings. : . , ,,,, During this lime, as you know, I got married ' and our two children arrived. You know. also, that we now own our home and are able to afford many of the things we want. Maybe you don't know, however, that tell short years ago I never dreamed we would be aa far tihrud as we are today ... DR. CHAN LAM Chinese 3 FINE DAILY TRAINS . Tit. Portland Roam l.ov.. Portland oi 9. 35 p. m. Iho Pacific Limitod at 0,25 a.m. Salt Lako City. Donvar, Omaha, Kama! City, St. loull, Chicago. Fait tchsdul.i, flnott accommodations. '""J "i wncai ruiures on the board of trade today. At the close the major cereal was to I cent a bushel net higher and as much as S cents above the early lows. Corn closed i to 4 cent lower onts were off 4 to up 4 and rye finished 4 to 4 cent net higher." (RAFT RITES HeTd WINTER EXCURSION FARES Continue Daily to May 24 Mrdlclne Co. Nntunil remtMtf n for ilisonltT tf I I v r , stomuch, frlimdft, kin, A urinary ttystoui of mtti - wotnrii. IttHlltHlit'S for ((Ml fttipatlmt, UHtlunu, arthritis, 0 u k n r rilnhrtt's X rlu-u jsjjfi funeral services for Mrs. M. B. ...I... -1:..J TUk.t Otfu-o Travel liurfiiu Broadway A- WuxhiiiKt 1'ttrt land Y. T. Ij.hi, NU Naturopathic rhysiclans Vpstalrs Itoom t, wm, mm April an, were held Salurduy from the Fisher-Bradeu chapel. Rev. J. Bovd Patterson, pastor of (he United Presbyterian church, of which Mrs. Craft was a member, officiated. Those acting as pallbearers were Fred Harris. D. H. Hollowav. Paul Dawson. C. P. Hiissler. C. A. Troutman and L. F. Bassett. Those arranging tne floral tribute were Mrs. David Fromon. Mrs. C. E. Sox, Mrs. John Schultz. and Mrs. E. C. Fisher. Solos were given by Mrs. C. E. Williamson and Lee Erwin Interment was in the family plot at Riverside flint 'J. Vfiirtian Tin filer H 1 d K . Cor. Klrat ami Hroftrinltiin Si.., Alttnny. Office Hours: 2 p. m. to & p. m. Tuesday ami Saturday only. Oon-ultittlnii, ItJuod Preiir nnd tr-Inv Tents r'roa of UN ION PACIFIC men, home economists and grocers. Teamwork can get fine foods to your neighborhood Safeway more directly with less of the waste and needless expenses that creep in between farm and store. So teamwork means lower retail food prices. It means also that more of each dollar you spend u itb your Safeway grocer can be. returned to farmers . . . ' M. L. Bean, Division Manager for Safeway Stores,' 23 South East Salmon Street, Portland, Oregon. How much did you spend for food last month? Check ;. Then trade at yow neighborhood Safeway grocer's fS SD daxs and com bare tour tnt,i c.hjii lioldleClmn. N.L. chnrite. All of the Safeway division man-agers and practically all district managers have worked up from behind a store counter. "Saturday boys" become full-time salesmen and salesmen step up to be store and market managers. As he works in different stores, with different problems, the Safeway grocer accumulates experience to fill the shoes of a supervisor, a district or division manager. Advancement a real chance to get slats! is part of your Safe-h f ?;' reward for helping to do 4i the people want dong He benefits, along with consumers $nd producers, by the Sgfeyjy method. . What is the Safeway method? It is teamuk among buyersn tlQ farm areas, truckers, warehouse Before You 1- Buy a Washer at Any Price! SPECIAL I J t: I fc- :H 1 VJ Our experience in permanent waving has qualified us to offer fuilv i!UartmtctH iv:ivi ctimulcte Willi kliaiuuoo. filicer you ut,ri l.nlr... . wav fully automatic wringer, spiralator washing action, super safety duel release 75c These waves are toft, bccomiig, and we believK with more curUvjKuin any other shop in t h e city. wringer,' new 'beauty andQ iiiiu'iik-si. i0 increase in price. Deferred payments. MRS. FRANCES 7IKGI.Fl (Formerly Frances U hit.ikei ; is now associated with tins shop and welcomes all her former friends and patrons here. Walked BARBER & BEAUTY SHOP " Y'Amnlfl Other waves from $1.25 to 5.0Pryhleh includes the NfcW RAY, Machinelru, HrStrrlP I'prnmiirnt Wave ' i J ' Tr i OTTO KOOS Roxoe Am Hardware Castle Permanent Wave Shop Albany, Oregon 107 Lyon Streets safewa'V sJnniKmcia cuopitbt nn Uiani.Zaum 15 Lyea SC. Phone 79-R l'hone 14 (or Your Anpoinlmcnts

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