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Tuesday, May 5, 1936
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PAGE TWO THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1936 !new hospital for More New Books Catholics Again Worship in Mexico U. S. Army Still Has Some Rough Riders LEBANON DEDICATED Placed at Library : i NOTICE TO CITY SUBSCHIBEHS. ; . K your paper has not been delivered by -your. Albany carrier' by 6:00. o'clock call D. M. Rohrbough, Phone 718-T and1 a copy .will be,delivered by special carrUpJ Report all other complaints tovthelojftoe., . . . Phone 15 The Albanyjernocrat-Heral4 WTH CEREMONIES Dedication of the new Lebanon General hospital to the service of and for goodness and mercy toward mankind, and the laying "''of. the cornerstone .werp both com-, pletcd at a ceremony- at the hos-' pital site on Thursday afternoon Hufus C. Holman, state treasurer, performed the rite, using two Following are newly acquired books which' have, been-placed on the shelves of the-Albany public library and announced by Mrs. Ary Neptune, librarian', today as available to the public; - : Bates, "Story of Congress, 1789-1935;" Bennett, "Horsethief Hole;" Bush, "Case of the Chinese Gong;" Cranston. "Sky Gypsy;" Cushman,' "Bright Hill;" Davis, "The -' More I Admire Dogs;" Dickinsori, "Continental Plays;" Hathaway, "Partners in Pro ress", juvenile; ' HeyeiY ''Why Shoot a Butler?" Kenley, "Cities of Wax," juvenile; Knight, "Clue of the Poor Man's Shilling;" Mc-Kown, "Character Education." Miller, "Whispering River;" Myers, "America Strikes Back;" Nicolas, "A Year in the Rose Gar trowels, one of which had been lOPAIS used by the late Theodore Roose velt to lay the cornerstone of the s " WEATIIEK Oregon Unsettled tonight, with lower temperature in easi portion, po-alini n interior of outhwest poruoTi local irasuj in east portion' Wednesday morifing sdirnjn- ishine northwest wind off coast. Maximum temperature yesterday locally 63 degrees. Minimum lem- nerature last niKht 44 degrees. Rainfall .47 of an inch. River 4.9 Multnomah Amateur Athletic club and which still bears his finger print in the moi;tar remaining on the trowel. The other had) been used to lay the stone in the state cnpitol building in 1873. ; , Opening the program of the afternoon the . members of the Lebanon high school band, directed by Vernon Wiscarson, played several selections and Ed Bohle, president of the Lions club which sponsored the event, then introduced Dr. J. C. Booth, chairman of the hospital association. Dr. Booth gave a brief address on the history of the growth and need of hospitalization facilities in Lebanon from the time the first hospital was started in the old Montague residence on Main street to the present site. Dr. Booth introduced Mr. Holman, who was assisted by Earl Perry, den; Partridge, "Windy Hill;" Pearson, "Humorous Speaker;" Pound, "Industrial America;" Powell, "Aerial Odessey;" Ries, "How to Grow Perennial Flowers;" Stanley, "Party Games for All Occasions;" Tuttle, "Henry, the Sheriff;" Vare, "Maker of Heavenly Trousers." fcot. j .' . ' . Moves Law Office- Wr TTn r, AW George W. Wright, attorney and notary public, has moved his law office from the Blain store build ing on First street to his residence v... r ...VAX" i .x at 732 Walnut street, where ne will be pleased to meet his old clients, he reports. donor of the stone, in the dedi ff y (f 'SiXi cation ceremony. At six thirty, members of the Lions club and guests met at the )cn"iocratic Candidate-Miss Nadie E. Strayer. of Baker, a daughter of Senator Struyer of thut city, and candidate for democratic national committecwoman for Oregon, was in Albany yesterday afternoon. She is making a tour of the state in the interest of her election. Shq has two women opponents in Portland. Lebanon hotel for a banquet and program consisting of musical numbers and speeches. Dr. Booth, toastmasier, introduced the many visitors, including The Rough Riders designation for cavalrymen has been relegated to history, but that present-day U. S. Army horsemen could hold their own with the best in Teddy Roosevelt's famous corps is suggested by this remarkable picture of rigorous ridi ng. Charging down the steep slope are members of he army equestrian team in a practice ride at Fort Riley, Kans. They will compete in the - Olympics games at Berlin this summer. I - MOTHERS' DAY. SUNDAY. MAY 10. For best selection of cut flowers and plants. Albany Floral Mr. Holman, Mark Weatherford of Albany, Earl Perry of Portland, Dr. W. H. Dale of Eugene, follow ed by the members of the Leb Co., -. m5 anon medical staff and nurses Mr. Holman made a plea for the Co To Clear Lake . J .E. Li Hard and John Fircslcin left this morning lor Clcak Lake to spend a few days on a fishing trip. ...... TODAY'S STOCK, GRAIN MARKETS 4 MARKETS AT A GLANCE Stocks rise 1 to 4 points In mod A scene of unusu.,1 imprcssiveness, marking the resumption of Roman Catholic religious services by federal court sanction after a Mexican two-year ban, was this one, of mass being celebrated in the 27C-ycar-old Guadalupe mission in Juarez. More than ' 12,000 worshipers attended the masses on the first day. Below ; nrc shown three happy Chihuahua priests left to right, Manuel Deoses, Salvador 13. Uranga, and Jesus Grijalva who were granted an injunction to prevent their arrest by civil authorities while the trio were ofllciating at masses. an occasion for participation by rural residents in the week's activities. Rex Putnam, city school superintendent, has been selected to preside over this event. The general committee members, representing the several participating communities are: Professor Miller, earnest personal Interest and pride of every citizen in the great agent of mercy that is in the community. He stated further that in his opinion there is no greater ing of combing and clothing and V blood grades packed together were sold at 34-35c, in the grease, delivered east. Nominal quotations on fine territory wools were unchanged from last week. Graded French combing fine territory wools were quoted mostly 82-75c, scoured basis. Strictly combing half blood territory wool was quoted mostly at 82-84 cents, scoured basis. ..7 service to humanity than that erate turnover. rendered by the physicians and Business Visitor N. A. Llnd of the Plainvicw and Tangent neighborhoods was among the business visitors spending last night in Albany. ,, .,, , ., , surgeons and the capable nurses who will wage the fight against Albany; Mrs. Loren Terhune, Tangent; Mrs. Lester Wilcox. Leb Bonds higher. Curb stocks higher, quiet. Chicago stocks, firm dull. Foreign exchange; Dollar easier; anon; George Starr, Halsey; Mrs. suffering in this building. D. of II. Meeting The Degree of Honor lodge will meet Thursday evening at 8 p. m. in the K. of P. building, members announced. Lebanon Visitor Mrs. Homer A. Dowd. of Lebanon, who recently moved from Albany to Lebanon, was a visitor here last night at a local hotel. Mr. Perry made a short talk in J:.. ri. Margason, Shedd; Ruby franc steady. Rosprafka, Scio; Mrs. Marjorie which he congratulated the members of the medical staff and as 255 Cotton firm. Rubber recovers to moderate PRESENTED HEALTH AWARDS f urr, Brownsville and Ruth Darr, Crabtree. sociates and the community, on gains. The committee in charge of the important addition to hos From Marslificld J. C. lliirte, of Marslificld, arrived in Albany last evening on a business trip through this section pitalization facilities. Business Visitor Fred Sprcnger of Shcdd, was an Albany business man this forenoon. ,. (Continued front Paire One) From Eugene : Sid Ward,, of Eugene, a former resident of Albany, was among the business visitors spending last night at a local hotyi. j ( , Visitor In Albany-'-, H. Pdrellus 'from'" 'Milwnukio, Clqckamas county, arrived in Albany last evening on a business trip. Stocks New York, May 5. The stock foreign hospitals were describ of the state. ' market enjoyed a quiet rise to Lou Lance, Dickey Schlegel, Jan ed by Dr. Dale of Eugene who has recently returned from a year of et Laubner, Dwin Bailey, Francis day under leadership of motors, community participation is composed of Henry Stewart, jr., Riverside; Mrs. Jess Cross, Halsey; Mrs. Loren Terhune, Tangent and Mrs. A. R. Snider, Kingston. The grange community committee includes Mrs. Elizabeth Truax of the Morning Star grange, W. T. Merzenich, Santiam Central Thursday Study Club AlDro, uuy Lewellmg, Elton By- coppers and steels. erley. Gene La Fond, Ronald The Thursday Study club is to Gains ranged to 3 points al On Business Trip John Hooker, proprietor of the Hooker electric store, is spending the day in the 1'eorla neighborhood on business. scientific observation which took him from the English countries through the most important medical centers in Europe. Experiences in war time base hold a dessert luncheon at 1:30 Blanton, Frances Still. Second Grade Albert Slaugh ter, Jane Conrad, Tracy Byerley, though there were some issues, recently under pressure, which rose as much as 7 points. The rise failed to attract new buyers and near the close there was some recession from the highs. o'clock at the home of Mis. 11. J. Warner, Thursday, with Mis. 1). S. McWilliams as hostess, it was announced today. From Rlvervlew "" ' H. E, Zeller of the Hivervlow neighborhood transacted business and visited friends in Albany this Mack Slate, Shirley Howard, Nan cy Gleason, Irene Stocker, Merle lorenoon. Dow Jones preliminary closing OREGON MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY t M I N N f I I I r . ., ( 1 1 t I 1 EMMETT & PEARCE AGENCY 3rd and Broadalbln Sis Clinic Building , Thone 47C-R Dr. Littler will be out of his dental office dining month of May m4-5 BUSINESS VISITOR T. W. Hickman of Eugene, was among the business visitors -spending Inst nigh! at a local holel. Blanton, Marjorie Albright, Elaine Bowman, Walter Beckner, Patty Dunn, Laurence Junker. Third Grade Arthur Blanchard Franeta Lamberty, Alvin Halbig,' Beverly Lytle, Robert Brown. O. D. O. Meeting The O. n. O. eluh is to meet Thursday -afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lee Roberts, at 2 p. m., it was announced today. Let us cull for your car, lubricate It and rotui'h It: rW ditlra' 'charge for this service. Tcdloek St Pointer, 1st & Jackson St. Phone 875. m5-7 averages showed: Industrial, 148.-5, up 1.60; railroad, 43.87, up 0.35; utility, 20.45, up 0.50. , Volume approximated 1,170,000 shares compared with 1,070,0110 shares yesterday. Curb sales were 281,000 shares compared with 231,000 shares yesterday. Oicn Ilornback .Harold Stocker, Patsy Edwards, Bobby Kean. Rich ard Kebbc, Farmers' union and Oliver Cold-iron, Lake Creek. Individual community program chairmen are: Mrs. H. L. Chees-man, Riverside; Clem Crane, Kingston; Oliver Coldiron, Lake Creek; Mrs. Minnie Waggener, Charity community; Mrs. Roy Hcdlund, Union Point; Victor Yates, Oakville; Mrs. E. H. Mar-sey, and Mrs. Loren Terhune, gason, Shedd; George Starr Hal-Tangent. This program will start at 8 o'clock and will also be free of charge, Mr. Burggraf said. Professor Miller announced also today that the Sunday afternoon concert to be given by the combined church choirs of Albany will start at 3 p. m. to accommodate the Mothers' day tea which will lourth Grade Shelley Gowans. Jimmy Joe Lance, Geraldine Me- The Most Important Gift You Buy is For Manan, tdna Ward, Donald Bil- hospitals in contrast to what may be expected of the present peace time hospitals formed the humorous and interesting introduction to a speech by Mr. Weatherford. Mr. Weatherford emphasized the worth of personal interest and assurred his audience that a gift of equipment is a lasting mark of service to human sufferers. The program of music included the boys and girls quartet from the high school and Miss Irene Moore and Mrs. Hugh Kirkpat-rick in vocal solos with Miss Lena Medler at the piano. Charlotte Bohle gave a song and dance number and Dorothy Bohle gave a group of accordion solos. Dr. Booth, chairman of the hospital association, which is composed of Drs. Booth, lrvino and Miller of Lebanon, Dr. Langmack of Sweel Home and Dr. Herron of Brownsville, has announced that the hospilal will be complete and ready for use by June 15. ycu, Russell Tripp. , Grain Chicago, May 5. May wheat broke widely on the board of trade today, but new crops showed in Fifth Grade James Alexander. Ilah Hoflich, Lois Elwell, Virgil Halbig, Phyllis Homback, Robert Lennard, Billy Puaramann. Wil bur Senders, Harrison Weather dependent strength and gained moderately on buying inspired by fairly bullish private winter wheat estimates. ford, Joan Jenks, George At the close May was down 1 There's No One Like Mother Sixth Grade Bernardino Cald be given by the local American Legion auxiliary following that well, Denny Miller. Gwendolyn Moody, Elsie Tripp. Barbara Daw-1 i n, a.i.-..- iM..,,.i..i cents a bushel net, while new crops were up V4 to i cent. Corn was up Is to off ti cent. Oats were unchanged to cent higher and So be wise and buy it here ! son, Jimmy Lewclling. Jack Nob-'han ergall, Beth Nutting. Robert Car-i i,'...-,. aiSQ announced today hv to to off to cent a ter, Leon Ryals rye was up bushel. the Albany fire department wrestling committee that the regular Maple School First Garde Ouden Gildow Wool Barbara Knodcll, Margaret Dick- weekly wrestling match will take place in the armory Thursday night, due . "'. y ' ery lime mis- i son, jean Kanney, Joan Marquis, am in the BERRY PRICE SET Salem Ore., May 5. First indication of this season's prices to growers for Etterburg strawberries was obtained today when two local packing companies sent buyers into the field offering cents the Boston market, tin he 1 on WOO Ill'BoVcrlv Mirkolp P-nilinn Mnrim :'"61" maieau 01 ruujj I U. S. agri- , Ja?.e' 'osgoot DUkXril?' reported to- j en Roth, Beverly Swink, Duncan i Jrm0ry nda mght- night instead of Friday culture department Show your love for her with a beautiful Mother's Day Card from Boone's Book Store 208 West First Street ' O0. TllrklT .tuck I ,,.,. Ik MOTHER'S DAY Is MAY 10th . . . don't forget her! Buy her gift at the store that she prefers. And whether the mother you shop for is a young gad about, or a dear little lady in lavender and old lace, you'll find the appropriate remembrance here! Just a Few Suggestions! A few small lots of medium 1 Sitton. ItnwnrH wii.. Mooseheart Film Shown at Granada pounrt. grade bright fleece wools consist- Eakin, Buddy Holmes. Allen Ed A message which grows ab-! 3 MODERN WOMEN Nttd NotSufftr monthly pain am) delay fuco ruiaA,inTVoiwsLruin, exposure or uimii:ir cauaca. Cbi-chea-tfrs Diamond ili:iod IMIs arc aiiecLiva, mmtiie mm givt-uuic nt 1111. rxnu 117 RiiunijrjnMaiorovvr4.iyvuM. AMtror . K3 "THI PIAMON0- BnAND XL sorbingly better with each new telling is the film story of that unmatched Child Center, Moose-heart, Illinois. The story's second chapter is completed with the unfolding of "The Greatest Crime," which w)l be presented at the Granada theater tonight, Wednesday and Thursday. In this presentation there is displayed spendid enterprise, not only by the Loyal Order of Moose as producers and sponsors of the film, but also by Manager Vaughn, for it is a commendable display of civic mindedness on his part to give the picturegoers of this community so graphic and forceful a message as the one in this film. Never before has the problem of the wayward juvenile been cinematically dealt with so forcefully and in so practical a 'KERCHIEFS Finest linen, and all made l.)v skilled fingers. 15c to 50c wards. Second Grade Jean Gray, Donna Eastburn, Darwin Dickson, West Barrett, Richard Reid, La-vonne Fisher. Bobby Haglund, Joan McVey. Billy Clutter, Ralph Larsen, Frederic Osgood. Mvrtle Hulburt. Donald Haley, Bob Coleman, Elinore Williamson, Darold Swink. Third Grade James McAfee, Mary Fay Mnndley, Carley Carpenter, Joann Arnold. Audrey Bos-track. Virginia Velkinburg," Jerry Gregerson. Fourth Grade Jean Bloom, Philip Elder. Billy Owing. Nadine Knodcll, Ross Miller, Phvllis Voll-stedl. Fifth Grade Patricia McVey. Henry Velkinburg. Davis Doty, Bobby Marquis. Sharon Burnett, Arnold Eraser. Billy Gildow. Marion Hill, Eileen Fisher. Beverlev Arbuthnot, Martha Pharis. Bill Fisher. Veleria Warren, Maryan Howard. Sixth Grade Sylvia Arnold, Donna Austin. Dorothy Allphin. Jack Bacon, Dorene Douglas, Paul Kenagy. Louise Kimmal. Clifford Leonard. Robert Lindsev, Carl Martin, Rarell McClain, Billy Mill-Vllen, Doris May Mornhinweg, Byron Palmer, Eva Perfect, Raleigh Reel, Paul Stellmachcr. Benton Williamson, George Tyccr. L 1 i HANDBAGS !Ar?T (iemiine leather, in while, TkfVft? dark shades or colors. ywioSan Diego tnd tit EXPOSITION? Sttp 'tt tA,... U.S. GRANT Cra-1 downtown location convenient to th. Aft Exposition and bsachM. , v NECKWEAR . . MotnersVoung and old, , can iise ncrKwesrajta- 1 FABRIC GLOVES Give her a pair of new gloves for Summer. RATES SIMPLE HOME FROCK CAN BE MADE I ALMOST NO TIME - AT ALL. PATTERN 4003 For the artist at "Homemaking" Anne Adams designed this attractive frock with its touch of the peasant influence in the shirred neckline. And would you believe it it's in only FOUR major pieces (five with the belt). Astonishing, isn't it? You'll note Hie captivating shoulder yoke with its important button accents and the slim fit to the skirt and novel bell. We have an exciting fabric suggestion for this summer model. Unbleached muslin! It's blissfully cool, looks extremely smart pointed up by bright buttons and you can wear it and wash it to your heart's content. Smart in the other summer cottons too: seersucker, pique, percale or gingham. Pattern 4003 is available in sizes 12. 14. Hi. 18. 20. 23. 32. 34. 36. 38 and 40. Size 16 takes 3 to yards 36 inch fabric. Illustrated step-by-step sewing instructions included. Send FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) in coins or stamps (coins preferred) for this Anne Adams pattern. THIRTY CENTS (30c) for both. Write plainly name, address and style number, BE SURE TO STATE SIZE, Be sure to order OUR SPRING PATTERN BOOK for smart new clothes that'll fit you and your needs to a "T"! Gay, practical frocks to cheer you at work. Lovely party frocks and sports clotht to flatter you at play. Colltrs, blouses, skirts for multiplyir.4 costumes. Chic slenderizing styl,$ I'atterijv fur tots. F;.ic and ac-r-iisoryviiewsOPRICE OF BOOK ' 1YFTFFN CENTS. BOOK AND A PATTERN TOGETHER. TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Address orders to Democrat-Uuaid, Pattern Department a.o'3, TELLS OF DEDICATION Mrs. Ada Cox of Florence was in Albany today in the interests of the Siuslaw bridge dedication, scheduled to take place May 23 and 24. Vernice Cox, a daughter of Mrs. Ada Cox, is one of five candidates for the honor of ruling over the celebration as queen, Co-incidenlally the regular monthly meeting of the American Lemon HOSIERY Very sheer, or very practicalwhich for your mother? 79c to $1.25 pair "r,i(..' 1 $1.00 tim . COLLEGIANS TO GIVE PROGRAM DRIVT.W GARAGE COFFEE SHOP RENDEZVOUS COCKTAIL LOUNGS ; district No. 3 council will take place at Florence May 24, at which time a local delegation plans to attend the ded.ation. (Continued from Pane One) Lovely Print and Navy Blue Sheer Silk Suits $10.77 to $14.77 MILLINERY Hats (or Mothers, both yoinig and old. $K77to$3.77 Central school auditorium, starting at 8:15 o'clock. No admission charge will be made. Details for Thursday night's event, to be furnished by grade school children, will be nnnoun-ved torffrow, according to Prof. Justin A. Miller, local chairman of Music week observance. County Chairman Loral BurK- LAND BANK SI KS Suit has been tiled by the Oregon-Washington Join! Stock Iind Dank aginst Edwin L. Whisler ct al for $13,723 allegedly due on a note obligating the defendants. The complaint asks foreclosure of a farm mortgage given as security. q Albany, Ore. graf today anmcrd the person- PORTLAND WOM AN HERE nel of those who will be respon-j Mrs. Reed M. Ireland. Portland sible for the program at the arm-, was in Albany on business today, ory Friday night, set aside as She was accompanied by Mrs. grange community night, and as Hazel Baita Pague of CrabUee. 0 " I

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