Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on May 7, 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 THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1936 visitors spending last night in Al FRAGRANTLY FRESH! the credit department of the Albany Montgomery Ward store for the past three years. " bany. Dr. Wood Forecasts J 7 Roosevelt Victory "Dumb as a Door Knob," a skit, played by Mrs. Albert Simons and Mrs. Virgil Horton closed the program in a very happy man SOCIETY On Business Trip ner. C. H. Murphy left this morn Dr. Joseph F. Wood, chairman i "Refreshments were 'served by ing for Monmouth to spend the From Redmond H. E. Staycker of Redmond arrived in Albany yesterday on a business trip. . Y , NOTICE TO CIT SUBSCRIBERS If your paper has not bean delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 o'clock call D. M. Kohrbough, Phone 718-T and a copy will be delivered by special carrier. Report all other complaints to the office, Phone IS The Albany Democrat-Herald the of the Oregon delegation at the the hostess at the close of day on business. imcago convention that nominr , afternpon. Hostess House Has First Anniversary. ' , Last Wednesday night the Host- Dies in Iowa uicu nuubcvcu ill I90b, visuea Jl- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Scroggin . bany today in his campaign for Here From California A. f. Koonce, a former resi entertained the Monday Evening t democratic national committee- i iua. ita riciiivi iiua hiiivlh t.is ripuse wus me scene or a gay, dent of Albany, father of Mrs. J3. ZtV flavor Bridge club at a seven o'clock man. in Albany Horn ner nome in san; party, when the firs: anniversary E. Nesbitt of Cascadia, who was in Albany yesterday, died in Des Francisco to visit with relatives of the Hostess House club wa dinner at the Sirmiins' smart- 'The republicans misht as well for several weeks. celebrated. Games and contests i ment. Followinc the dinner the ! nominate the office boy this year." I Moines, Iowa, January 3. Mr were enjoyed and a feature of the : evening was spent at cards with jested Dr. Wood, "for the G. O. P. Koonce was a writer and former Fly to Los Angeles awarded hasn't a chance in the world to the high score beign evening was a large birthday Koscoe Ames of Albany and his favorite Mrs. John Zimbrick. newspaper man and wrote ; number of articles for the Dem oerat-Hcrald while here. mm TOW father of Silverton left today from Portland for Los Angeles. They went by airplane. They will return to their homes in several days. Lebanon Visitors Mayor T. W. Munyan and cake, presented by Mrs. Edwin Fortmiller. At a late hour refreshments were servd to 30. . ' Lebanon Society, ,; Lebanon. Mrs. Bert 'Humphries and Mrs. Curtis Tennis were joint hostess at a ' surprise shower, given, honoring Mrs. Dean McKean of 520 W. Sher off western Claude Cox of Lebanon, candi The birthday club met at the home of Mc and Mrs. Frank Smith on Carolina street on Wednesday evening for a seven o'clock dinner honoring Mrs. Frank Groves and Mrs. Hugh Olds whose anniversaries occur In April. Covers were laid for nineteen dates for nomination as state re presentative and county recorder k WEATHER FORECAST (J Oregon: Generally fair tonight .and, Friday, but becoming cloudy 'ng'thwest . portion; moderate ,'temperature; gentle changeable Vwind off coast. ' -, Maximum temperature yesterday locally,"63 degrees; minimufn Hemperature last night, 38 jrees; river, 7.2 feet. win the presidency. "Oregon will give Roosevelt perhaps an even larger majority than it did in 1932. I have definitely learned that in my travels about the state this spring," he continued. Dr. Wood expressed confidence in his chances for election in this most closely contested of all democratic primary contests. "I will carry my own county of Multnomah, the eastern Oregon wheat belt tier of counties where I practiced medicine before moving to Portland, the lower Columbia river area and 'I will get my share of southern Oregon respectively, were business visit TODAY'S STOCK, GRAIN MARKETS MARKETS AT A GLANCE ny ('iiltril rrfNN) ors m Albany yesterday. homes! man street recently. The first of Dance at Fairmont Grange Fri the evening was spent in sewing 5u"ls "l Mna" ana ? !... lt .., V ; ...;. dinner was served from an at- and later the honor wasi day night May 8th. m7 guest of Stocks 1 to more than 2 points tractive buffet table. presented a basket of gifts. At the lower. 7"rom Salem From Toledo close of the evening light refresh- Entertainment for the evening Bonds lower;. U. S. governments t Raymond Fisher, Salem insurance man formerly of Albany, is irregularly higher. consisted of pinochle with high score won by Mr. T. G. Cowgill Mr. and Mrs. Clay Nichols of Toledo, former residents of Albany and near Lebanon, were Curb stocks off fractions to ; spending Uio. day liere on business points. and the floating prize by Mrs. George Smith. Following the and Willamette valley votes," he said. ments were served. A skit was also given as an entertaining fea-lur by Mrs. Albert Simmons and Mrs. Virgil Horton. Among those present were: Mrs. Art Kelly, Mrs. John Simi, Mrs. Hob Primrose, Mrs. Gene Davis, Chicago stocks irregular; quiet brief visitors in Albany yesterday on their way to Lebanon to visit Mr. Nichols' mother, Mrs. E. C. Foreign exchange: French fanes Return from Lake i Fred "and Theodore Hoflieh re Dr. Wood left here for Benton and Marion counties. recover from early weakness. usual custom of a gift for the member whose birthday anniversary is being remembered, Mrs. Groves and Mrs. Olds were the turned last evening rom Clear Nichols. Cotton up to 2 to 0 points. Rubber off 27 to 30 points. foLuke where they had been on i 'fishing trip. They report reason Mrs. Cecil Iiauxwcll, Mrs. Jess Morgan, Miss Norma Wilson, Miss recipients of gifts, Christian Groups Guests invited for the evening Stocks mine McKean, Mrs. Clare Hall able luck but too early in the sea-son for good fishing. The road Leave for California 'Mr. and Mrs. F. M. French left on the 10 o'clock train this forenoon for Sacramento, Cal., to visit friends and to attend a home Pick New Officers were Mr. and Mrs. T. u. Cowgill, New York, May 7. Develop Mrs. Joe Gilbert, Mrs. Albert Simmons and the guest of honor from Belknap Springs into the Mr. and Mrs. Dorion Manela, Mr. ment of air-pockets in a few rel ! iSlake will be. open for travel about and the hostesses. atively high priced stocks in the coming event next Saturday at ist hour of trading today unset May 15, they Were told. , Let us call for your car, lubricate and Mrs. Vern Keeves and Mrs Bqulah Murray. Harrisburg Society lone City, 40 miles cast of Sacra Honoring Miss Hazel Snyder, tied the stock market and brought mento, where Mr. French con prices down 1 to more than 2 tit and return it. No extra charge ducted a store for two years be whose marriage to Mr. Claude Durlam will be an event of the early summer. Miss Audrey Heim- points in the main list. fore coming to Albany. Kfor this service. Tedlock & Forster, 1st & Jackson Sts. Phone 375. m5-7 I Dow Jones preliminary closing Harrisburg. Mrs. Dorris Brock Harding a recent bride, was honored guest at a miscellaneous averages showed industrial 147. erainger ana Miss Mary Clem Two Student Christian associations of Albany college have announced officers for the coming year, following final balloting. Lucille King of Grants Pass will head the YWCA as president, and other officers are Florence Miller, Albany, vice-president; Frances Bryant, Albany, secretary; and Esther Beight, Albany, treasurer. YMCA officers will be Oscar Payne, Brownsville, president: Visitor in Albany were hostesses at a bridal show 14, off 2.59; railroad, 43.75, off shower Thursday afternoon when Howard Collins of San Fran Returns from Seattle Miss Roberta Langmack i 0.83; utility, 29.03. off 0.67. er on Tuesday evening at the the ladies of the Busey-Lake Creek home of Miss Clem. Volume approximated 1,010.000 club met at the home of Mrs. T. cisco, a former school boy in Albany, is spending n few days here with relatives and old time Games and contests were used shares compared with 1,130,000 J. George. Mrs. Harding lives in Murned Saturday from several '"days visit -'with her brother, f David, of Seattle. She. made several trips, with hcr brother and for the entertainment and later Portland but had been invited here shares yesterday. Curb sales were 248,000 shares compared with for the occasion. Little Kay Isom Miss Snyder received a large basket containing miscellaneous gifts. HARRIS MARKET SELLS FOR LESS 257,000 shares yesterday. also took a few flying lessons Leave for Astoria iweniy-nve covers were laid Oscar Anderson, Portland, vice-president; and George Andrus, Albany, secretary-treasurer. A delegation of Albany De- drew a little house loaded on t small wagon, and the house con tained a fine, varied lot of pres Grain Molay members left this morning for the serving of refreshments at the close of the evening. With, her brother slid flew over Pugct Sound, Bremerton and 100 miles north over the Snoqualmie country., including the falls, 208 ents. Refreshments consisting of tor Astoria to attend a conven tion of the order at that place. PHONE 104 FREE DELIVERY The Pearl Rebekah lodge held Chicago, May 7. Wheat futures met renewed pressure on the board of trade today, but declines wero limited to fractions. Other North American wheat markets ice cream, cake and grape juice were served to the following: Mrs. Dorris Harding, Mrs. Flor an Interesting meeting in the Jcet nign. ) , v Visitors In Albany ' Attend Funeral Utility Report to Be Reviewed Monday A review of the hydroelectric lodge rooms at the Odd Fellow Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Hulburl of ence Brock, Mrs. Flora Williams, hall on Tuesday when the Leb Albany were called to Portland - Mrs. J. William Taylor and Miss . Dixie E. Lee of Portland . and Mrs. May Evans, Mrs. Vclma Evans and son Bobby, Mrs, Edith Tuesday of this week on account of the death of Mis. Hulburt's commission report on the Linn anon sisterhood entertained visitors from Mill City, Sweet Home, Crawfordsville and Maupin. Mrs. county survey will be made over Owen and daughter Minnie, Mrs. Clara Aillry, Mrs. Freda Krebs, brother, Ray Andrews, an ex- were relatively weaker. Minor grains firmed. At the close May wheat was off tit cent, while the new crops were off Vi cent each. Corn was Vt to ') cent higher, oats were Mi to Vt cent higher and rye was up cent a bushel. Dave MacMillan, noble grand. .Mrs. Daniel E. Held of Lebanon nre visiting for a few days in Al-Jbany at the home of Mrs. Taylor's and Mrs. Reid's parents, Mr. and t:Mrs. Charles Fisk, 1018 Water soldier. K.UAL next Monday morning at 7 o'clock by A. C. Heyman. leader j in the movement for the formation presided at the meeting at which Mrs. Gladys Isom and daughter Kay, Mrs. Rosa Cook, Mrs. Alta Brock and son Donald, Mrs. John Wilbert, Mrs. Nellie Bayne and four candidates from Sweet Home From Metlford and two, Mrs. Louise Neeley and street. C. M. Brewer and son. Harold. of a Linn people's utility district. I Mr. Heyman said his review would! take about 25 minutes. Mrs. Jess Moss, of Lebanon were initiated into the order. daughter Mary Ann, Mrs. W. Cook, Mrs. Rilla Owen, Mrs. and Glenn L. Jackson of Med-ford arrived in Albany last eve A public meeting for discussion A program for the pleasure of MAHAN, CAMPBELL NABBED BY G-MEN Jane Curtis, Mrs. Ruby Owen of ning on u business trip. the new members and the audi ot tne report has been called for May 28 at the Riverside community hall. ence numbering about one hund- From Portland ed, was presented by Mrs. N. C. E. B. Fair and G. W. Barry of Brownsville, Mrs. Dica Smith of Eugene and the Misses Alice Bayne, Esther Morris, Helen Wilbert, Phebe Isom, Darlcne Richards, Wilma Owen, Patty Lutz (Continued from Page One) OPEN UNTIL MIDNIGHT f Squccd "N Lee General Sta. Now fcipen till 12:00 p. m. m7pd Leave for Portland - f Mrs. Wilma Morrison of Vancouver, Wash., who has been pending a few days in Albany itit the homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rohrbough, left this morning for Portland. Lowe, who sang two solos accompanied by Mrs. Mervin Gilson, Portland were among the business visitors spending last night in USE CHINESE HERBS WHEN OTHERS FAIL and Edith Ruckert. and by Mr. J. M. Bennett, who gave some of the history of the Odd Fellow lodge which is cele Leaving for California Shortening Q1 No Limit, plenty for all. Pound ....... 2 FRESH - - BACKBONE 5c Pound . . . W HALIBUT lb. 15c Strictly Fresh and Best Quality V Ground Round Steak 2 lbs. 35c FRESH DEEP SEA CRABS FRESH PICKED CRAB MEAT PLYMOUTH ROCK FRYERS All Exceptionally Fine Again This Week brating the one hundred twenty Mrs. Robert I'ullak is leaving Announcement of the engagement of Miss Marie Lane to Mr. Harry Harvie was made at a tea Sunday afternoon given at the seventh anniversary pf its found Albany Friday night for Sun Fran From Eugene ing. Charlie Chan Chinese Herbs Remedies are non-poisonous, their healing virtue has been tested ... hundreds of years in following chronic cisco, where -slit' has secured a position with n huge credit bu- Hefreshments were served . to, R. E. Tpner . of JCugenc was 4 home- of Mrs. J. W. Moore. An in the guests at a late hour. jipmong the out of town business ronn. Mrs. Pollnk I) b.. en with The home of fMrs. William Brown was the scene of the re gular meeting of the Fortnightly uook Club on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Hugh Olds was in charge of the program and she presented very inteerstmg account of the 'Origin of May Day" and also fice. Hoover, smiling and affable, presented a ' detailed picture of the capture of Campbell. When the story had been told, ri reporter spoke up: "All right, Mr. Hoover, you got Karpis and Campbell. What about Malum?" "Oh, yes, gentlemen," said Ifobvcr, "there was something 1 hadn't mentioned. We got Malum today, too, in San Francisco." Hoover said that Mahan was alone when arrested by operatives of the federal bureau of investigation in a house on Minna street, San Francisco, between Sixth and Seventh avenues. He said Mahan, whose true name is William Drainard, offered no resistance and readily admitted his identity. Hoover said that considerable currency, identified as part of the ransom money paid for release of the Weyerhaeuser child, was found on Maban's person. DKVS NAME CANDIDATES Niagara Falls, N. Y., May 7. Dr. D. Leigh Colvin of New City was selected today at the national prohibition party's 1U30 presidential candidate. Sergeant Alvin T. York. World war hero, was chosen as Cnlvin's running mate. cad an article frum a magazine ailments. . S. B. Fone Throat, sinusitis, catarrh, ears, lungs, asthma, chronic cough, stomach, gall stones, colitis, constipation, diabetes, kidnays, bladder, heart, nerves, neuralgia, rheumatism, high blood pressure, gland, skin sores, male, female, children disorders S. B. Fong, 8 years practice in China, Herb Specialist, gives relief after others fail. 139 E. First St., Albany, Or. Office Hours: Sunday and Wednesday 11 a.m., to 2 p.m. on the "Training of Wild Animals Under the Big Top." I . After the usual exchange of TO THE VOTERS OF LINN COUNTY Because of the Following Facts: That I made a very close run in the last election despite inability to work during the last part of the campaign. The work in the office I seek is a type that women do well. I am familiar with the work of this office and must needs work at sometihng Also: 1 have had bookkeeping, typing, office appliances, etc., nt Hehnkc-Walker Business College and O. S. C. Department of Commerce. 1 have had valuable office experience, including 5 years as deputy to Linn County Treasurer. I have resided In Linn County most of my life. Mv familiai itv with this office insures an economical management. -1 ask for your votes an imuliilate on tho Ili'piili- liinn ticket for nomination lo the office of Linn County Treasurer. MISS ADA K. PRATT ALBANY. OREGON new books refreshments were served by the hostess, Mrs. Brown. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. T. M. Jones. DF.MOCR AT-HRRA IT) WANT ADS RRINO RESULTS On Friday afternoon the mem bers of the Hamblin club entertained at a Mothers' Day party at vited group of Miss Lanes friends gathered and covers were laid for 14. No date for the wedding was given but it is presumed to take place . within a few weeks. Miss Lane has taught in the high school here for five years, and Mr. Harvie taught here three years, though for two years he has engaged in other work and taught at Lakeview. The following were included in the gathering: Mrs. E. W. Blehm, Mrs. R. C. Huston, Mrs. J. W. Owen, Miss Veil Burkhart, Miss Gcorgina Clark, Miss Margaret Maddox, Mrs. Clyde Shields and daughters Phoebe Jane and Julie Ann, Mrs. Henry Otto, Miss Margaret Moore, Mrs. J. W. Moore and Miss Marie Lane. On Wednesday of last week Miss Lane was given a shower at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Van-nice by the high school girls and women of the school faculties. She received many beautiful presents. Oakville Society Oakville. The celebration of the birthday anniversaries of Mrs. Paul Beight and Margaret Horning Monday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Beight in Corvallis proved a happy surprise for the honored guests. The evening was spent in playing commercial dominoes. Refreshments including a large birthday cake, was served to Mrs. Beight and Margaret Horning, guests of honor; Paul Beight, Tressa Gunderson, Ruth Brown, Richard Peterson and Neva Jean the home of Mrs. Emma Bellinger with about ISO guests attending. Mrs. George Smith gave the address of welcome to which Mis. W. C. Skelton responded. Mrs. F. A. Hciiu icli, whe has re cently returned to Lebanon from a trip lo California, gave an inter sting description of some of the points of interest of which many are partially familiar by personal UNITED CIGAR AGENCY RobineU & Cross UNITED CIGAR AGENCY visit or by newspaper accounts. Little Miss Margaret Ann Howe woomvoitTiis played two piano solos "The Gypsy" and "Little Elves in Fairy WOODWORTHS . land and Mariorie Parton DRUG McDONALD'S MARKET Phone 27 SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY played "Black Hawk and re- T. W. RQBNETT " Elks Bldg. . W. K. CROSS Phone 25 ' ponded to an encore with "Moth- r Maehree. Contrasting the more serious part of the program was the reading of Mrs. Jessie Peter-sun "Should Women Veto" and the encore number "Dinner for One." SKop with Confidence Prices Always Low SHORTENING Thorn. Swift's in Bulk mothers Day BACK BACON loo 27c Sanitary . Napkins Kotex, 12s ....... 18c Kotex, 36s ....... 47e Veldowns, 50's .... 55e Frens, 1 2s, .: . .'. .'. . 1 5c 3 lbs. 29c Drug Needs $1,00 Mijes Nervine, 83e 60c Alka Seltzer . . . 49c, 100 Hinkle Pills . . , 15c 50c Yenstfoam Tabs. 34e Vi-oz. Ephedrine Nasal Drops ......... 35e 100 Aspirin 5-gr. highest quality 19e Sunday, May 10th THE ONE DAY In All the Year to Give Special Tribute to Mother HALIBUT Sliced or by the Piece a fresh PORK ROAST Shoulder Cutv Young Pig 19k Ik Toiletries 55c Pond Creams.. 39e 50c Woodburys 37c $1.00 Esther's Powd. 74e 50c Noxema Cream 39c 50c Ultra Almond Lotion ...... . '." 39c 200 Sheet Kleenex . . 15c 500 Sheet Anne. Windsor Tissues . . ... 29c Dental Needs 35c Tooth Brushes . . l?c 50c Tek Brushes ... 39e 50c Prophylactic . . . 39c 5DoPepsodent 'Paste 38e 25c Listenne Paste 19c iCARNATIONi 15c lb, WITH EACH DRAM PURCHASE OF POT ROAST Young Tender jlef SHORT RIBS Fine for Braising . .Brighten HER DAY with a little gift from Hurley's. Hundreds to choose from---Gif ts. with feminine appeal to make her heart glad. Finest Quality Perfumes and Toiletries, Pictures in hand craft, Stationery, Bags, Compacts, and a wide selection of distinctive novelties and so reasonably priced. Whiteman Candies In Special Gift Package A Real Symbol of Your Lore for Her! O HURLEY'S DRUG STORE0 Cigarettes Camels, Luckys, Raleigh, Chesterfields, Old Golds 12c, 2 for 23c, $1.13 ctm Tbaco 15c Velvet and P A 10 1 5c Edgeworth lite, tf 1 lb. Granger 1$m VAyvnrww I Rflru:umj7 I 12c t lb. onu s Mother s Day Chocoloes- - Beautiful Box B AMITY HAND BAGS j $295 and up j 2 pounds 98c MANY OTHER GIFTS FOR MOTHER

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