Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on May 6, 1936 · Page 3
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Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 3

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1936 THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT - HERALD, ALBANY," OREGON' PAGE THREE The Bransoms paid SH10 for thel The Bransoms use the entirety Boer Is Released Ringside Figures at OARP Probe WEST LINN MUSIC FESTIVAL WILL BE BIG EVENT FRIDAY REGISTERED KID SENT FROM SCIO TO MASSACHUSETTS animal before birth. Ihey sold her; at the age of two years. "Glmanna." one of the regis tered Saanen does now at thel Bransom place in Scio, has not tary, to recruit an indefinite number of men for the Cascadia C.C.C. company. Accordingly, Miss Doolittle said, registrations will be made until May 15. Linn county has furnished 12 men for this company within the last month. Miss Doolittle said. Eligible are men whose families are on the relief rolls. 24 hours for an individual to recover from intoxication and become normal again. He demonstrated this to the American Society for Clinical Investigation through graphs measuring the range of electrical currents in the human brain. , The graph patterns for an intoxicated man and one under the influence of ether were the same. freshened fur two years, but eon-! tinues to rive more than a gallon! LICENSED TO WED of milk a day. Mrs. Bransom! Edwin Pittsley, 26, and Bernice proudly invites skeptics to view Waddle, 18, both of Sweet Home, (his three-vear-old's record at any ; secured a marriage license from tvilUpe t'rpe 'County Clerk Russell Tuesday. of the present milk production for drinking and cooking. They have abandoned their former practice ' making Roquefort cheese. CAR! FIRST THEN PICK THE From Ellis Island New York, May 6. Walter Baer, civil engineer of Portland, Ore., was released from EJlis Island today in 82,000 bail pending an appeal of charges involving moral turpitude for which he has been ordered deported. An appeal to the U. S. Circuit court of appeals was made by the , American Committee for . the Protection of Foreign Born. Officials of the committee said the charges resulting from his having served sentences .15 years .ago foi illegal check transactions. Baer, a German opposed to nazi policies, designed the Portland, Ore., sewerage i disposal system. Future Farmers of Lebanon Get Letters Lebanon, (Special) Nine Future Farmers were awarded letters for outstanding achievement in club work : and for high points earned on an activity chart at a meeting held on Wednesday of last week. Each letter represented proficiency gained in some of the most important phases of science in which the modern farmer is interested. . . ' ' " Fred Turns, Floyd Rudisil and Charles Schackman, the members of the stock judging team received three of the nine awards and six boys, Thurman Zeitler, Mervin Hoover, Burl Oakley, Fred Tuma, Louis Tuma and Ernest Tuma won letters for points received for activities carried on throughout the y ear. Green Gives Virtual Endorsement of F-D Washington, May 6. President William Green of the American Federation of Labor today presented what was regarded as a virtual declaration for re-election of President Roosevelt. WitKout naming Mr. Roosevelt by name, he told the Women's National Trade Union League that: "We cannot afford to make any change in our present great forward looking social movement. We have been inspired and thrilled by the leadership that destiny has given us and we want to continue it without change." Hangover Lasts 24 Hours, Says Doc Atlantic City, N. J., May 6. How long does a hangover last? Dr. W. G. Lennox of Harvard university indicates that it takes jf FOR Scio. (Special) A purebred reeistercd Saancn kid goat was -hipped this week to New Bedford. Mass., by Mrs. Jay : Bransom of Scn. The 2-months-nld kid was raised by the Bransoms and is one of a famous herd. Mr. and Mrs. Rrunsom have been raising purebred goats for the past 20 years. The largest herd in their experience was one of 200 goa's at their farm near Falls City. They have also been in the goat business in Dallas. They came to Scio p few months aao, and plan to continue with registered Saanens at their home on south Main street, where they have pasture facilities for a small herd. The kid recently shipped to the eastern state will bring a price of $20, a low for the registered stock, Mrs. Bransom stales. The Bi-'in-soms have shipped kids and docs to every state in the union, and to Alaska and the island of Guam. Highest price ever received for a single goat, says Mrs. Bnnwom, was $;()() paid in 1023 by a Sail Lake City buyer, for "Rosie Pon-sMle." a purebred Toiu.enhur;j doe. ORDER NOW! Surprise HER on MOTHER'S DAY Sunday, M.iy 10th with one of the fomous BETTY CROCKER White Layer ROSES IN SNOW CAKES See it on display in our Window We are the only authorized Albany bakery ; featuring Betty Crocker Cakes. Curran's Bakery 115 W. 2nd St. Phone 4!)r)-R Brownsville Enjoys Music Week Program Brownsville. (Special) A large j crowd was in attendance at the 1 music week. program given in the i Presbyterian church Sunday night, j The following program was given, j Processional march, Phyllis j Morse, Margie Furr; The Star j Spangled Banner, congregation; I invocation, Rev. P. D. Hill; Faust, j piano trio. Zona Nance, Masa Bradick, Barbara Dawson; The ! Goodness' of the Lord, Presbyter- J inn choir, Mrs. O. W. Payne, di- ' rector; Ah! Sweet Mystery of j Life, Aubrey S. Tussing; God So j Loved the World, Methodist and Baptist choirs. Miss Jeanetle riroeker, director; music address, Rev. T. W. Leavitt; Nearer My God to Thee, Frank Isom, Walter Smith, Glenn Isom, Robert Tolv-stad; Sing and Rejoice, Methodist and Baptist choirs; violin solo. Spring Song, Eldon Newberry; Heaven Is My Home and Alone in Prayer, Jennette Krocker, Mabel Hedlund, Freda Luehring and Ruth Clark; Stranger of Galilee, Miss Goff; The Bright Beyond. Mrs. W. H. Dedman and Mrs. O. W. Payne; Ave Maria, Jeanette Kroeker: I Found Him in My Heart, Presbyterian choir; benediction. Rev. Wayne Wright. EUGENE MAN HURT C. R. Belknap, Eugene, suffered bruises and shock early Tuesday when his car was Ftruck by an automobile driven by Minnie Mc-Court at Third and Madison streets. The impact hurled Belknap's car into a telephone polo, which it severed, and upon the Madison school lawn. Both It and Miss McCourt's car were badly damaged. : COMMUNITY MEET SET Shedd (Special) The Shedd community meeting will be held in the gymnasium next Friday evening, May 8. The Commercial club at Lebanon is to furnish the nrogram. The refreshment committee is asking the ladies of the community to bring either a cake or two dozen sandwiches. HUSBAND ASKS DIVORCE Leo Banta has filed suit in circuit court here asking a divorce from Helen Banta, who he married at Vancouver, Wash., April 71, 1931. Desertion is the charge. ! ( DEPENDABLE IARGAIy YOU don't want to miss this... Come inl We're celebrating the arrival of Spring with the Rreatest selection of used cars and used t nicks you nave ever seen. And we are pricing them at reolow prices! Nothing but bargains in this entire Spring Value Sale' Every car has been carefully reconditioned by our expert mechanics and every car is priced to save you many dollars. But... hurry! Bargains like these can't las; many daysl This week's SPRING CARNIVAL Specials '35 Dodge Coupe .... $727 '34 Plymouth 5-pass. Sedan . $495 The Western Linn County Music Festival is to be held at Riverside community hall on Friday, May 8. This is to be an all day festival for the children, practices being held in the morning, and the program in the afternoon. A "jitney" lunch will be served at noon. Approximately 150 children representing about 18 schools will participate. The purpose of the festival is to develop and promote interest and appreciation of music in the rural schools . and communities. Our program includes band, toy orchestra, harmonica band, and choruses. Children of the various communities learn the selections chosen by the committee and all, sing and play together in the festival.. Mr. Loren Luper is bringing his, grade school band from the Albany schools to participate in the program. ' The program as arranged by the committee is as follows: Band (Albany grade sehoolsK primary Chorus; "I Had a Little Doggy," ''The Traffic Cop," and "Piggy Wig and Piggy Wig": Rythm band; Dance (by Ardys Alexander from Millersburg school); Upper grade chorus; "There's Music in the Air," "Amaryllis", "Home on the Range"; Whistling solo (by Leanne Haight from Scravil Hill school); Vocal number (solo from Oak-vi)le school); Harmonica band; 'Qi Suzannah!" "Old Black Joe"; Musical reading ( by Betty Koontz Iron Riverside school); Combined chorus (and, choruses and audience) ''Old Folks at Home," "America"; Band (Albany grade schools). Shedd Festival Is Attended by Crowd Shedd (Special) A large crowd attended the May Day festival at the school last Friday. In the morning the band concert given by the Albany high school band was much appreciated. Following this was the music festival by the pupils of the Shedd grade school and the pupils of several surrounding schools. At noon a big basket dinner was served to the several hundred present. Following this Millard ; Lind, president of Shedd high.: school student body, crowned! Miss Ida Marie Adams queen of 1 the May. Marion Layman, Elsa Graf, Dorine Githins, Annabel Miller, Rose McNeil and Barbara Gardner were attendents. Joan Roberts and Alice McDonald were flower girls; Jimmie Roberts, crown bearer; Delmer Lee Githins, and Jackie Merriam train bearers. Following this was the May pole dance by, Eunice Thompson, Betty Dickson, June Jackson, Lois Pugh, Edna Webber, Margaret Stone, Dorine Wetgin, Anna Marie Duncan, Frances Adams, Elsie Roth, Helen McMeeken and Priscilla Layman. A vocal duet was given by Mary and Clara Quintell. . A sailor drill and songs by the following high school girls; Lois Sprenger, June Marguson, Martha Archibald, Dons Albers, . Doris Workingcr, Ardis Sprenger, Beatrice Farmer, Wenona Perry, Phil-lis Wetgin, Iris Abraham and Alice Thompson. Cascadia CCC Camp Has More Openings Authorization has been received bv Carolyn Doolittle. Linn county relief committee executive secre- ' BENE I ! i j I i i f ! 1 , j I i 1 j I ! '33 Fordor Tudor . ... . $437 j'30 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan . $295 ;'28 Chevrolet Coupe . . . .$175 Red Cross Board To Name Delegate Selection of a delegate to re-1 present the Linn county Red Cross chapter at the annual Hicks Island summer school of life saving , was authorized at a meeting of i the Linn county chapter board to- i day in the Greyhound tavern, and the committee on life saving ; was empowered to make the sel ection. Mrs. Ferris D. White, first aid chairman, reported to the board the establishment of a first aid class at Shedd, which Mrs. White will conduct. J. Deo McClain, than man of the Red Cross tarm home accident prevention committee, reported on importance of this work and on arrangements to perpetuate activity along this line during the summer under his leadership as advisory chairman. Mrs. Mabel Peterson, executive secretary, reported Red Cross headquarters now completedy established in quarters shared with the Albany chamber of commerce at Second and Ferry streets. Utility District Plan Discussion Planned The sponsors of the proposed people's utility district of Linn county will meet in all day session at the Riverside community Hall May 23, starting at 10 a. m., it was announced today by the chairman, A. C. Heyman. During the morning session flic report of the state hydroelectric commission will be read and dis-I cussed, Mr. Heyman said. Then there will be a basket luncheon, During the afternoon session a decision will be made as to whether the sponsors wish to cir-I culate a petition to ask for the for-1 mation of a peoples' utility dis-I trict and to ask for an election to be held at the time of the November general election.. Sponsors and their wives to the number of about 200 are expected. , DELAY INNOCULATIONS Due to failure of vaccine toxoid to arrive at Sweet Home yesterday, no innoculations took place, Juanita Johnston, county health nurse, reported today. The remaining 100 children ol that community yet to be innoculated will be treated later, Miss John-jston said. The innoculations are being made possible through the agency of the Linn county voiture of the Forty and Eight, World war veterans' organization com-! posed of American Legion mem bers. A meeting of the group will take place at the St. Francis hotel tonight. LOUGH RITES HELD Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Jane Lough, who oasscd awav at her home near Crabtree April .iUth I were held from the Albany Mcn-nonite church, of which she was a member, Mav 4th. Rev. C. R. Gerig officiated. Pallbearers were M. C. Gaines. Ruben Becker, L. O. Gorman. Dave Roth. Dan Nof- ziger, and Dan Good. Mrs. James Johnston and Miss Pearl Bailey arranged the floral offerings. Interment was in the family plot at Palestine cemetery. The Fisher- Braden Funeral directors were in charge Doable mv '28 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan . $167 Model "T's", $25 and $35 Ralston Motor Co. DEPENDABLE USED CARS o DEPENDABLE USED TRUCKS a Nhafs going on here The anxious interest with which legions of Townscnd adherents are following investigations into the plan which promised them S20C monthly pensions at 60 seems mirrored in the faces of these two spectators at the congressional probe in Los Angeles. Former California Congressman Charles Randall gravely watches the proceedings as the woman behind him strains to catch the testimony. Rotarians Attend Silverton Party Albany was represented by 17 persons at the chartering of the newly authorized Silverton Rotary club at Silverton Monday night. Dr. Bruce Baxter, president of Willamette University, was the speaker the evening. The Silverton club was sponsored by the Salem Rotarians. In the Albany party were Dr. and Mrs. Wallace Howe Lee, Mr. and Mrs. James Jenks, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Shank, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Fitzpatrick, Mr.--and Mrs. Wallace Eakin, J. C. Irvine, George Berry, Frank Taylor, Walter Smith and Clarence Veal. In the party also was Dr. C. T. Roosa, Detroit, Mich., who is visiting Frank. Taylor and family. -WATKINS KITES HELD Funeral services for Dennis Wat-kins, aged resident of the Jefferson neighborhood, who passed away at his home three miles cast of Jefferson, May 1st, were held from the Fisher-Braden chapel, May 4th. Rev. George W, Simmons pastor of the .Christian .church of Lebanon, officiated. Music was furnished by Lee Erwin and Victor Groening. Pallbearers were S. H. Coin, F. E. Lcehale, Guy Johnston. Tim KeLJoy, Wilbur Funk, and M. O. Arnold. Interment was in the family plot at the Jefferson cemetery. CANDIDATE VISITS ALBANY John A. Jeffry, democratic candidate for nomination as United States senator was in Albany yesterday on a political tour of the state. 1 TEED AtIAT013 T ?! Aii3 K SMIIMCI i- . sritRiNossa T TOOLS :s n T ftwiiiS ia g I a i . . . what's happening in these 40 houses CP the curing and ageing of leaf tobacco, that's what's going on. Thousands of hogsheads of mild ripe tobacco are under these roofs . . . just lying here ageing and sweetening and mellowing for Chesterfield cigarettes. Like Rip Van Winkle, they sleep the woo pound hogshead of leaf tobacco III PONS . with Koitalanilt CoiKwt OrchMlro and Chofv , MUM. 4.M.IP.T.I fisTEMNETZ 45 PIECE 01NCC ORCHESTRA " with KoyThomPMn and Rav HMthsrten and the Rhylhn Sine! COIUMIIA NITWOKK Introducing a New Used Car Standard of tobaccos getting mellower and milder s mZs. V 7?r 77 Si & for the cigarette that Satisfies. ssmmm sis -. vvMH' - ; n hiv Specified Quality WITH Ford Dealers the day of the "used car" is gone. 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