Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on May 6, 1936 · Page 2
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Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 2

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PAGE TWO THE ALBANY .DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY,, OREGON WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1936 terday evening from a business first class will be held Thursday that although extra ferries will'father, he is survived by Mrs. j City, and "Emery Mills, Long-1' be put in operation at Nawport, George Herren, Mrs. Ora Evans,' Beach, brothers. trip to Detroit and vicinity evening at 8 o clock at the Host' FOREST OPERATORS MUST APPLY FOR PERMITS BY MAY 15 year the flowers will prove one of the most popular of the many attractions offered visitors to the big coast celebration. Many interesting events are ess House. No charge is to be Marion county. He reports a number of logging camps in action RIGHTS dtatric wil be heavv ' viAlba Ha C" DEMAND EQUAL made for these classes and they in that section and business com are io De open to the public. ors from interior points will save Mrs. Bert McConnell, Oakland;' Son Jose, Cal. Men- students Mrs. J. G. Zimmerman. Corvallis, 'i and faculty members of the Adult paratively good. scheduled to take place during the much time by taking the Alsea i NOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS If your paper has not been delivered by your Albany carrier 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 Ihe office, Phone 15 The Albany Dempcrat-Herald A definite policy covering the three days of the festival, among rroute. and Mrs. Howard Lent, Berkeley, Center have launched a move-sisters; and Harry Mills', Junction 'ment for "equal right" for men. From Sweet Home general observance of the forest which are track and field meet, The largest crowd ever to at Class to Meet Mrs. Goelda Wickizer's class in crafts and art will meet at the Hostess House Thursday afternoon at 2 p. m., it was announced tend any affair on the Oregon A. Wilcox from Sweet Home was among the business visitors Code by the various operators water circus, dances, a marathon throughout the state has been ' swim across Alsca Ray, outboard coast is expected to be here during this celebration. spending last night in Albany. adopted by the board of forestry, motor races, life-saving demon-according to an announcement stration by United States coast today. made recently by W. E. Downing, guard; the Sons of Neptune, To Meet Friday district warden of the Linn County Fire Patrol association. Crablree Visitor Clarence Becker, merchant at Crabtree, transacted business and visited friends in Albany The Women of the Moose are to This policy places the responsi meet Friday at 8 p. m. at the Moose Temple.: it was stated by MQCM1 bility of applying for operators members. permits as well as providing the necessary- equipment, upon the TIIK WRATH Kit MILLS RITES HELD Funeral services for Ira Mills, 39. a former resident of Albany, will be hold in the Keeney funeral home in Corvallis Thursday at 10 a. m. Mills died in Oakland, Calif., ' hospital Monday night from injuries received from a fall two weeks . .ago. He . attended school in Albany while his fa'ther, now living in Harrisburg, was employed' at a' sawmill -here. Approximately five years ago, he left for California. Besides his Of course you yvon't forget her but you-might forget the date ; ' operator himself. Since the forest auatic stunt stars; fireworks and pyrotechnic 'spectacles, fly casting exhibition by members of the Portland Casting club. "Ocean-side Jamboree" and a street mardi gras and carnival. Residents of valley communities and,, pt, Pprtlaqd, ' w,loAWiqx-pect to attend the .' festival, "are being urged by George C. Peil, general chairman) to take iho Al-sea highway via" Corvallis.' This request is prompted by the fact Son Born- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Archi- Back from The Dalles Walter Yates returned yesterday noon from The Dalles whee he had been for the lust two weeks visiting at the home of code has been effective for a number of years and a special effort has been made in the past to in Oregon and Washington: Fair tonight and Thursday; local frosts in Interior tonight; warmer in interior. Thursday; moderate to banld of San Jose , Costa Rica Central America, are the parents form the operators of the provi his son, Roy Yates. oi a son, born May 1, it was learned here by Mr. Archibald's jfresh northerly wind off coast. Maximum temperature yester sions of the code, especially the operator's permit law, it is felt From Sweet Home that the industry should be suf mother, Mrs. O. A. Archibald, today. Archibald, a former resident of Albany, is employed by the John Wodtii, Sweet Home farm day locally; 58 degrees; minimum temperature Inst night, 39 degrees; rainfall, .10 ot an inch; river, 5.0 ficiently familiar with all code er, was among the business visit provisions to take all action ne org spending yesterday afternoon feet. cessary without waiting for a first inspection by an official of the in Albany. STILL MORE BARGAINS United Stutes Bureau of Public Roads and is a former resident of Albany. This is their third child and second son. Business Visitor ' Business Visitors i Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Reiff and state forester's office. Applications for operator's permits must be made prior to May 15, the beginning of the closed Fay M. Miller of Lebanon, candidate for the nomination for county assessor on the democratic IN OUR MID-REASON CLEAN-UP little daughter, recent arrivals in Son Born Mr. and Mrs. Gail Slocum of Albany ore the parents of a 7(4 pound son, born last night at the Oregon from Minnesota who are planning to locate in Albany; were visitors here yesterday. ticket, was in Albany yesterday afternoon. . season, and failure to make such application will necessitate closing of the operation until the appli Albany General hospital. Examiner Coming- and while reminding you of this very important occasion, we, suggest Rollins silk hosiery as the gift shCiWill appreciate and admire for a long, long time. : " I 111 irvs )$iory 79c $1.00 $1.15 McDEVITT'S Smart- Shop Stylish Clothes .for . Women ALBANY, . OREGON Glenn Bown, state deputy ex At Albany General aminer for drivers' licenses, is Agnes Keefe of near Albany Attend Lebanon Council C. H. Murphy and W. L. Jackson of Albany were In Lebanon last evening to appear-before the city council of that place in the interest of a public works project in that vicinity. scheduled to be at the city hall in submited to major surgery this Albany, May 12 from B a. m. to morning at the Albany General p. m. hospital. Mrs. Ray Talbert of Al bany also underwent a major op Moose Hold Meeting cation is received and acted upon. In the case of new operations, or where one moves to a new location during the closed season, application should be made long enough in advance so as to allow the state forester's office to prepare the permit. The necessary blanks for making applications can be secured at the office of the Linn County Fire Patrol association in Portland or by getting in touch with either the district warden, W. E. Downing, or i "Elmer Taylor, inspector. In connection with the provi oration today as did J. L. Thomas The regular meeting of Moose Values in all departments of the store: Don't miss- these-opportunities to save on, your wardrobe purchases- ': J ... - I of Harrisburg. lodge No. 850 was held last eve- ning in the Moose hall with the Study Club to Meet new officers presiding for the Candidates Meeting - The regular meeting of the Albany Interchurch Brotherhood is to be held Friday evening at the Baptist church. All county and district candidates for office are invited to attend and will be given an opportunity to be heard. The madison PTA study club will meet Thursduy ufternoon at 2 o clock at the home of Mrs. Ralph Slacks $1, $1.95 $3.95 SPORT Shirts 79c, $1, $1.45 first time. The new officers pledged their best efforts, during the coming year to serve the lodge and urged the loyal support of Hycie, iwa fcasi f irst. ' Street and Afternoon DRESSES . .1.. j . 1 . sions of the code covering the First Aid Postponed the members in securing new members during the year. The equipment necessary in operations as well as precautionary The meeting of the advanced first aid class which was to have been held Thursduy night at the Let us call for your car, lubricate it and return it. No oxtra charge for this service. Tedlock & Forster, 1st St Jackson Sts. Phone 375. m5-7 measures in hazard reduction, the operator will be expected to carry musical part of the program consisted in selections by Mrs. Smelt-zer, pianist, Robert McClain, cor-netist and Edward McKcc, ONE GROUP-Values $4.95 to $22.50 Vz PRICE out all these provisions prior to home or Mrs. George Wallace has been postponed until further notice, it was announced today by Return from Portland Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Templeton Mrs. Ferris White, Red Cross first May '15 without awaiting special instructions from a forest official. Inspection-of all equipment will be carried out ut frequent inter aid chairman. , returned last evening from Fqrt BUY MOTHER'S DAY GIFTS HERE AND SAVE MONEY vals throughout the fire season. land where they had been on a business and pleasure trip for the day. RHODODENDRONS START BLOOMING Sport Coats CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy and the beautiful floral offerings in the loss of our beloved husband and father. Mrs. Frank iLuux Frances Laux mGpd Visitors in Albany Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Werest from Aberdeen, Wash., were visitors spending last night in Albany. Ralph Senders Honored Ralph Senders, sophomore at Oregon State college, has just been pledge to Knppa Kuppa Psi, national honorary fraternity in music. Qualifications for membership in this fraternity are high standing in music and general scholarship. In addition to working in the drum section of the R. O. T. C. band for the past two years, Senders Is this year one of the drum majors' and takes an active part in the college concert qrchestra. Ralph Senders is the : ABOUT WALDPORT Short Jacket Suits, . . . $5.99 up Wash Frocks, 69e to $1.39 Spring Sweaters 79c to $2.29 One Lot Skirts ....... $1.19 Knitted Suits . -1-3 OFF Millinery, $1.29 and $2.29 One Group Collars .-. ... i ... . 69c Ladies'. Purses ............ 69c Waldport. (Special) Rhodo Values to $12.95 Values to S22.50:., $7 $12 dendrons are already beginning to bloom along with this section of the coast, and indications arc that the beautiful blossoms of this district's most prolific shrub will reach the peak of the blooming TODAY'S STOCK, GRAIN MARKETS Portland Visitor Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wimmey of Portland were among visitors spending lust night in Albany. Booklets Received The Albany chamber of commerce has received a number of the recently published booklets on the state of Oregon published by the highway commission. son of Mrs. M. Senders of Albany. season during the Alsea Bay McDEVITT'S bridge dedication and annual crab festival to be held here and at Yachats, May 8, 9 and 10. He was graduated from Albany high school in 1034 and while in school here was active in the high .school band and orchestra. He was band manager for a year. He is the director of the Tukcno Chaptur DeMolay bund which will pluy at the stale conclave at As-toriu this week end. ALBANY OREGON . SMART SHOP Flower lovers by the thousands annually visit this district during We have a hair cut for each member of the family. Try us. Terminal Barber Shop. in 6 the rhododendron season, and there is no doubt but that this MARKETS AT A GLANCE (llr I lilted Prm Stocks Fractions to more than 2 points higher; steels and rails strong. Bonds Fairly active and higher. Curb Firm, moderatqly active. Chicago Stocks irregularly higher. Foreign exchange ircgular; franc weak. Cotton 1 to 8 points higher. Rubber Off 6 to 9 points. Stocks New York, May 6. Steady To Start Class Mrs. Daniel Freeman will con From Eugene H. L, McFadden of .Eugunc was a business visitor spending .last night at a local hotel. i 7 duct a six lesson com.se, in charm and personality,, which will include etiquette und dress, it was announced by, nu'inbors of the 1eu &e On Business Trip , J. P. Alexander relumed yes-1 Hostess House committee. Ihe If you want to receive a mark of )00 in appearence this spring you'll just have to memorize these three models ...... rom left to right we have "TRAYMORE' (T-R-A-Y-M-O-R-E) then " MALIBU " (M-A-L-l-B-U) . . . . and. "TROJAN" (T-R-O-J-A-N). The next lesson will be given by our styleologist here in our clothing department who will interestingly demonstrate to you the many important differences in these models from all others.- $21.50 to $27.50 " strength spread over the stock market in dull trading today, steel iinfl railroad shares coming into demand in afternoon transactions. Volume ugoin remained neur a million shares us traders were re ticent to make new commitments in view of the French situation and uncertainty over the tax legislation here. .v: y- " TEST " ...anaffiaipaaHa against the best any other low priced car can do!" Dow Jones preliminary closing averages showed: industrial 140.-71, up 1.15; railroad, 44.58, up 0.72; utility, 20.70, up 0.20. Volume approximated 1.130,000 shares compared with 1,170,000 shares yesterday. Curb sulcs were 257.000 shares compared Willi 281,000 shares yesterday. A,ba"y's gaialifgt Home of Jacquard Lace Tops! Silk Hosiery Full-Fashioned, Ringlets! Grain Chicago. May 0. Further liquidation ciiine into May wheat on the board of trade today, limiting an advance in new crops which rose on severe dust storms in parts of Kansas uud Nebraska. May was down a cent a bushel at one time, but rallied to close net unchanged at 90 's cents. The new crops closed b to cent higher. Coi n spurted a cent a bushel, held most ot tin- advance and closed to 'ii cent higher, oats finished l4 to Id cent higher and rye closed l'ii to ISt cents a bushel higher. Walter E. Keycs c 62V pair Flattering! Crisp! New! COTTON FEIOCKO Piques, sheers, shantungs, novel, ty weaves, cord laces, and eyelet batiste. Fast colom! 14 to S' Drive as many of the other low priced cars as you care to . . . particularly the other three leading "makes." Then take a "Discovery Drive" in a Terraplane You will find very little difference in price for the model you wnnt . . . hut a big difference in what you get for what you pay. JUDGE STYLE Terraplane against the other three, with the only 1936 design that is entirely lieu: CHECK SIZE AND ROOM Full 1 15-inch whcelbusc in Terraplane ... up to 3 inches more than the others. And 145 cubic feet of inside space . . . more head room, leg room, seating room. TOST EASE Or HANDLING Something brand new here . . . Tru-Linc Steering and Radial Safety Control, patent applied for. Exclusive in Terraplane. ' TRY RIDING COMFORT Terra-plane's Rhythmic Ride, against the ride you get in any other low priced car. CHECK PERFORMANCE 88 or too horsepower in a Terraplane-. . . 3 to 9 more FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE than any of the other three leaders. More power per ton, and smoothness no other low priced car approaches. TEST BRAKES Terraplane is the only low priced car with latest, finest hydraulics, and a separate safety braking system opcr-ine from the same brake pedal if ever nrcded. Plus a third braking system from the easy handling parking brake. MEASURE SAFETY Only Terra-plane, of the leading four, has a body all of steel with solid, seamless steel roof. COMPARE ECONOMY Terra. plane averaged 23-95 miles per gallon in the Los Angeles-Yosemite Economy Run, with 3 passengers and baggage with no coasting. CONSIDER RUGGEDNESS We'll show you owner records of 125,000, 150,000 miles and up. Ask any other low priced car to match them. Just come in and say, "Show me." We'll back Terraplane . . . every time. DALTON GIBBS and VIC HUGHSON, Terraplane Dealers 88 or 100 H. P 115-inch wheclbas t4wt v Sheer chiffons, with the dressy look only a lace top can give! First duality, with picot top. New summer colors, 8H to 10 V4 . STATEMENT: I was born in a log house on a sheep j ranch in Eastern Oregon 55 i years ago. I remained in OPERETTA WILL BE REPEATED (Continued from Pas. On.) Silk CREPE LINGERIE An Extra Valutl Eastern Oregon until early manhood, working upon the ranch. In accordance with the custom of the times I. found supreme pleasure in hauling wool with a four-horse team to The Dalles, a distance of one hundred and twenty miles, and returning with the year's provisions. 90c They're a sensation 'at this price! Dane? sets, rhtmises and panties, trimmed with lovely imported laces. 8mart stylesl 595 Tk a "Discovery Drive" With Ihe Electric Hand Flick finger ... and gears shift I The iw way io drive . . . easier . . . safer. With a iltar floor la front . . . real foot-and-leg comfort for three in the front scatl No gear or .brake lever to (tumble over. That's the magic of the Electric Hand, an optional extra net waiUblt em any mtbtr hw prictd tar. Better Quality Rayon Adoaoa UNDIES and up ftr Dt luxt Models, f, . b. Dtlnit. StattJarJ group tf attttstrUs extra. .SAVE . . . with the new HUDSON-C. I. T. 6 Budget Plan . . . very low monthly payments For Perfect Fit Year Ago" by Delma Mae Jenks accompanied by Mrs. Pierce Jenks; musical rending, "How the Elephant dot Its Trunk," by Camille Forster. accompanied by Mrs. Loren Terhune; vocal trio, "Rain," by Eleanor Jenks. Maxine Willctt and Mrs. Terhune, accompanied by Mrs. Jenks. Riverside, piano solo. "At the Donnybrook Fair," Virginia Dixon; mule quartet, "Who Built Ihe Ark'"' by E. A. Canning. Bliss Dallas, Homer SchlcKcl and Chris Miller, accompanied by Mnraurut Canning: musical reading, "Foolish Questions." by Shirley Bryant accompanied by Francis Bryant. Kingston, vocal solo, "That Wonderful Mother of Mine." Clem Crane accompanied by Mrs. G. E. Korinek; piano and accordion duets by Rosella Hell and Betty Korinek. Lake Creek grange, old-time orchestra numbers, and quartet numbers by Adrian Smith, O. O. Coldiron, Kenneth Hughes and Tom Jackson. Charity grange. "Little Cdrl In Blue." by P. J. Simon, violinist and Helen Wamjenei , guitarist, and 'Cowboy Jack'Qiy Miss Waggener. Union Point. "Alone In Prayer" and "Heaven Is My Home," by a women's quartet composed of Jeanelt Kroeker. Mrs. John Clark. Mis. August Thcuiing und Mrs. 49 I have been engaged in the general practice of law in all branches for thirty consecutive years in the City of Salem, and have served as Mayor and Oty Attorney of balem. I also served as Deputy District Attorney for Marion County, Oregon, under Gale S. Hill during his tenure of office as District Attorney for the Third Judicial District, and have been an instructor in the Willamette University Law School for twenty -five years. I own and operate a farm in Marion County, Oregon llrrieV('ed mUC th0Ught ,0 the Problems which confront the farmer under present day conditions. . I believe my early training, combined with my professional career and goneral cxpenence, gives me that broacf vision of human nature which will equip me, if elected walk oTlX. US"CC WifH eVCn hand0f thSe in eve w,ih ILeieCted",' COnduCf ,he 0,f,ce in accordance with the principles of good government, an'd know T can"" make a materia! reduction in th.-, .... ... . Let Albany Owners Tell You Why They Bought TERR AP LANES ' HERE ARE A FEW .. . OTI-Ift M IIQUIIT Real Kid Gloves Far Spring Smmlntu! Fine impnrtrd glace kid in wMI blade novelty and clastic styles. In desirable Spring shades Smart women choose Adonna panties, vtsti bloomers and chemises. Thry t r longer. Fit better, Ex. tra sites . . 89c. e 1. KDWARD I.. SEARS. 613 East 3rd Street 8. U. UK1ITITII StOajA Alfcar. Mow VH. Vt M OTK. Alkaay. Route 4 o DALTON GIBBS and VIC HUGHSON ZPq Hudson-Terra plane DealcrJ) Second and Washington Streets Telephone 621 O Albany, Ore.Q OUT r HUDSON-TERR AFLANE. $ AND UPi HUDSON SIX. 710 AND UP, HUDSON SUPER STRAIGHT EIGHT. TS0 AND UP. F. O. . DFTROIT 0 office c- "L.w n , grating saia ' Kespectfullv Submitted 0 (Pa.dnAi WALTER E. KEYES ; Roy Hedlund. tS. m

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