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Thursday, May 14, 1936
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THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1936 PAGE TWO bers from Albany were in at - r 9 Comedy by Choir Is Well Received Collegians Hold Annual Flunk Day The dirigible Hindenburg was moored at its new home port this morning after a round trip in seven days, seven hours, 25 minutes between Germany and Lake-hurst, N. J. service that Kavc liim standing as champion of equal rights and equal opportunity tor every citizen, that revealed him as in outstanding dL&ndcr oi the farm and farming which , are so notable a HARRY'S MARKET SELLS FOR LESS NOTICE TO CITY . - SUBSC'KILKRS If' Vour paper has not-been delivered by your Albany carrier b'y 6.00 o'clock call D. M,' Rohrbough, Phone 718-Y and a; copy will be delivered by special car-ier. Report all other complaints to the office, , r ; I Phone 16 - -The lbany Democrat-Herald PHONE 104 FREE DELIVERY LING COD Fresh Vz or whole; lb; TODAY'S STOCK, GRAIN MARKETS Stocks M,., v,..-i, nr.,., a a1,...!..., An the stock exchange today exceeded a million shares for the first time in a ,.,o.,u ,,nA ,;, m.i ni thnlr h,.cl rnrmmrinv r,f II,.. Sales in the last hour totalJd 420,000 shares mid for the full day they were l.SflO.UOO shares, against 5flO,0(IO for the full session yestar- Hoy T he niw-.Tiim nHu r !i iivi'i -! ogc rose 3.59 points to 151.49, the best gain except one in 1938. The railroad average rose 1.27 points to 44.99, a gain exceeded this year onlv on Amil 2 and February 20. I y (0)C i SHORT RIBS of Beef, lean, meaty, lb. I i The utility average with a one-1 sen, ivirs. urio uuieu, ivnss uur-point gain to 30.16 made its best I bara Tripp, Mrs. B. L. Brolherton, rise of the year except for March Miss Marion Stanford, Mrs. Hir- Tender Beef BACON Sugar Cured, squares, lb. Fresh Halibut No. 1 Quality per lb. 'part of Oregon- achievement And along with his publbic service, Claude McColloch citizen of moral worth, a man amiable qualities who sticks. He is and a friend splendid type of citizen to serve as national commitlemiin, and would honor the position. ' Queen's Ball to Be Held Friday. Night: l.fcbnhon. (SpeciiiO The last entry in the race for Strawberry Fair Queen was Miss Phyllis Morse. Miss Morse is the tenth candidate to bo entered in the competition. The final selection for Strawberry Fair Queen is to be made On Friday evening at the Queen's ball to be held at the Legion hall at Lebanon. Members of the women s phy sical education . department of Oregon State college are to act act judges for the queen's ball. The judges are Miss Eva Seen, Miss Betty Thompson and Miss Elie Jacobson Stuhr. - EGE RITES IIEI.I Sweet Home, May 14. (Special) -Coil Ege, who had been a re- sident-of. this community during the past five, years, passed away i at the Lebanon hospital Tuesday morning. Funeral services were held at the tiowe undertaking pailors Wednesday afternoon and interment was in Lebanon cem- ettery. Carl Ege was born in Nor way June ju, iHBii, and came to the United States Marsh 21, 1904, and took out naturalization papers. So far as is known, he has no relatives in this country PAINT UP! We carry a full line of FULLER'S Inside, Outside & Decorative PAINTS and Fuller's Wallpaper SPECIAL: Tea Tabic FREE With each $2.50 Purchase of Fuller's Paints HOOKER'S ELECTRIC 310 W. 2nd St. STORE Phone 1G4-J Large Fresh Deep Sea Crabs Also Fresh Pickled Crab Meat Rhode Island Red Fryers are especially nice this week-ORDER EARLY VOTE FOR ADA K. PRATT Republican Candidate lor LINN COUNTY TREASURER , EXPERIENCED in bookkeeping, typing, general office work and business. 1 . , , . 1 GRADUATE of Albany College also had training in Oregon State and Behnke-Walker Business college. RESIDED in Linn County most of my life. FIVE YEARS in the Linn County Treasurer's office as assistant and deputy insures economical management. : : Your Support will be appreciated (Paid adv) 14. : Grain Chicago, May 14.; Lower out- , side markets prompted selling of wheat futures today on the Chi- cago Board of Trade, and the market developed a weak under- j tone. At the end wheat was un changed to off with May 92sh. Corn was unchanged to off 'i with May 02 V. Oats unchanged to off i cent with May 24-y4. BAPTISTS OPPOSE COMMUNIST TREND (Continued from Pane One) glaring that social , Service can only be accomplished effectively through evangelism. Another resolution compliment ed and thanked the local church nd community for its entertain ment of the convention. Dr. Henry in reporting for the state committee on evangelism, presented a 3-goal program for the Baptists of Oregon, proposing that the church be enlivened by reduction of non-resident membership and weeding out of in active members, by organization Indoctrination classes and by nlargement of Bible schools, and by greater emphasis on evangel ism. An evangelistic talk by Rev. E. , Pratt brought the convention to a close. CARD OF THANKS With sincere gratitude we wish o thank our many, friends and eighbors for (heir kindness during the sickness and death of our dear wife and mother. Also for the beautiful floral offering. , - N. W. Lough A. F. Lough W. B. Lough Mrs. O. 11. Osborne , Mrs. .1. A. Bailev. Schilling IIVIS'UAHIVIV Paprika I RAY'S MARKFT UAU II IVfl IN PAY'N SAVE PHONE 58 FREE DELIVERY SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ' P,CK THE DEALER FIT THEN PICK THE CAR lit- BEEF ROAST POUND HAMBURGER tmdance. Moving pictures were presented by a representative of the state disclosing numerous plans of services. The next meet ing is to be held in Lebanon. Sclo Visitor Lcland Miller of Scio was business visitor in Albany yester day. Visit Portland- Mrs. Virgil E. Looney and daughter, Grace Helen, visited in Portland this week, on a shop ping tour. While there, they vis iteu with Mrs. Helen Hudson, who is ivirs. i.ooney s sister, and also with Miss Mary Looney, her daughter. Visit Coast- Airs. L. L. bwan and son, Thomas E. Swan, motored to Waldport last Sunday and returned via Newport. They were ac companied by Mr. and Mrs. A. H Kl'ecrksen of Albany. VOTE FOR J- J. Barrett, Democratic Candi date for Linn County Judge, one who if nominated has good chance to be elected. mHpd Diitmlilcr Born . , ; Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wirth, (for merly nova Jackson of bcio), are the parents of a li'-fe pound girl born Wednesday morning, May 13 at the Stayton hospital. Missionaries Coming Mr. and Mrs. John F. Hall, on furlough from four years spent as missionaries in Mossi Land, French Southwest Africa, will speak Friday night at 7:45 at the Pentecostal .Assembly of God. They will appear in native costumes and sing native songs. Fred Glaser of Sandridgo is expected to go to Mossi . Land this coming fall,' according to Rev. Alan Banks of the local assembly. Travelers to Meet . i The Modern Travelers club will meet Saturday afternoon at 2:30 at the homo of Miss Annie Alt-house, 1 IB East Fifth street, for the last meeting of the season. HEAR SAM H. BROWN, the Gervals Farmer Republican Candidate for United States Senator. KEX, 9:45 p. m. tonite.i Pd. adv. Sam H. Brown, Gervais, Oregon. m!4 Bible Rally Set- Rev, and Mrs. J. C. Baker of the Simpson Bible institute ut Seattle and a group of Albany students just returned from the school will hold a rally tonight at 8 o'clock in the Interdenominational church, according to Rev. H. H. Hubbell. Students in the group include Margaret Barrett, who just graduated from the school, Leslie Orton, Horry Wil- kerson, Gordon Hoefer and Jo seph Bodine. Mrs. C. E. Clifford, Miss Ruth Hamilton, Rev. Hub-bell and Alice Hubbell have just returned from n three-day trip to attend the institute's graduation exercises. Stamp Club to Meet The Lewis and Clai k Stamp so-! ciety will meet Friday night tit the niirnry for the last meeting until September, it was announced today. Oueen Conlrst On The first of a series of dane'es where patrons will vote for a queen for the Crawfordsville rodeo will be held Saturday night in the Celebration hall at Crawfordsville, Granite So Meet The Fnirmount grange will hold its regular business and social meeting Saturday night at 8:30. Helreshments are to be served after the meeting. Store Moving C. E. Spence, proprietor of the Spenco shoe stoic at 141) West First Street, is moving his stock of goods into the new store room in the First National bank building on First street. The store room has recently been built nnd has a new modern front. Mr. Spence is being complimented in having one of the most artistic stores ill the town. He reports that he expects to open his store Saturday morning of this week if not sooner. Mr. Spence is known us a merchant of long and successful experience. IllNDKMH KG JIOMK Frankfort, Germany, May 14. Commercial airship service between Europe "nd '"' United States, n dream of many years, became an clahlivhed f.n't toriav MASONIC NOTICE a , siecini Hireling 01 jonns ixigc in. u, A. K. & A. M. Kridav X evening. 7 3il o'clock. lVgvee work. Archie K. Horning Worshipful Master. STRENGTHEN THE BLADDER pAKK TIIIB tit TKST IY tlartJr Irritation mi- irt-ltin tp nurlil-i, ft-iHiwi'til dttirv. tcttniy How. hek- h di thk, ! of MM or diMilIt water. Kti.h out arid and wt with tm-hu Wavi. juniper oil. tic. male into little urt-rii UI.M raMM ltuVfttf. th bladder lax. Worka on the bladdrr limil.r lo calor oil on the bowel. In frur dn If tint at d any dt uirwiM will irfuiid y-ur 38. Hurley Dm Rtnr and lawu lraj Co. - adv. Insect Pests imiHi-r what ktntt m in- 'i want In u'l riil iif v -ft h.H. hi d .uKw or iiiniiiH'tr?i "ii'i'Ml tho limine f,-n .mi ymtr rat i il K--ll.'o on plant nu H.iiHrv -l II Will .tll tut fnA t tjiem or ni'in.-y l:i. k, 111 II W II, wlih n rt'i'ittaitnit nf f,o VfUrn uf nitifihietj( i, iHn.t h, M i.imrnntfe af,. for htnnan lifiiiKH hikI niilnialN, thoitRh ll Ih tmre tlf-ulh tn mwri nKHlnlient nf nil H a mlnr-1'iH. In llnntly Mlfirr i hnm ) up at llriiu. LriM-er), rel Murra nitil IVl kll, adv. Many -Albany eoolo tmjoyed a nood. hearty laugh Tuesday night at -tha Methodist Episcopal church ' i when the choir of thai church I presented ithe. comedy "The New Minister." Among the . stellar actors Were I Mrs. Estella Kendall, Mrs. Paul Nelson, Mi s. Stanley Peterson, I Mrs. C. E. Williamson, Stanley ! erso"' "Tn1"" ' u u,,leH ana JjU,H' Dr68""' CJV 1 one stepping into character with .CClal. Jt would be hald- however to y .'"at one actor or actress trod e Doaras in a more iinisnoa sijie "ne ouier, as uiiiung me ! other notables in tne cast were i-eggy Larey, unueii uiunur, Norval Reel., C'laudo Vanniec, Glenn Taylor, Miss Donna Brown, Mrs. W. C. Thomas, Mrs. Milton Harnisch, Mrs. Ferris White, Mrs. Clark Kendall, Mrs. Sven Elias- schel Lruzan and Mrs. 1. JJ. Yarnes. It was reported today that the cast is looking about for another sponsor to reproduce the-play in some community this spring or repeat the performance in Albany. The proceeds are to be used to ward the fund which is needed to meet the repairs on the choir loft in the church. McColloch Seeks Committeeman Job Claude McColloch of Klnmalh Falls, candidate for democratic national committeeman for Ore gon who was in Albany a few days ago, is said to have a strong following here. The Oregon Journal commends him in this manner: "Able, conscientious, foursquare and high in citizenship standards, Claude McColloch, Klamath Falls attorney, yielding to the solicitation of friends, has consented to become a candidate for democratic national committeeman for Oregon. "He needs no introduction to Oregon people. His progressive and broad-minded service in the Oregon senate from Baker coun ty in 1911 and 1913 gave himj popular standing nnd nign repute in the state for all time. It was a Don't let the high cost of feeding 5-our family discourage yoti. There's still one delicious, food i that hasn't pone up in price. Kcllopg's Corn Flakes nourishing and rich in energy are one of the biggest values you can buy. Ak your grocer for Kcllogg's, and serve them often. Nothing takes the place of CORN FLAKES VANTAGE TONIC $1.23 HEMO-MALT Blood Builder Tonic 98c Special 53.00 Value Dorothy Gray Set Powder, Lipstick, Rouge 51.50 Colonial Dames Activated All Purpose Cream $1.00 per jar Hurley's POISON OAK LOTION Guaranteed 50c Bottle Dresser Sets For Graduation $1.98 to $19.75 STORE Sawn nip i ; : I ! I I' -i I s if Brewing on the campus for some time, and coming into effect today Albany college students staged a walkout from classes. called it the annual Flunk day caravans ior uascaaia. A group left Albany early this morning, planning to spend the dy on the banks of the Santiam others followed during the 'morning. An all student body luncheon was planned in the Cas-cadia park at noon. Loganberry Price Set at Four Cents Salem, Ore., May 14. Four cents a pound for loganberries in good condition was fixed as a minimum price for this season by the board of directors of the Oregon Loganberry Control Board, Inc., at its first meeting here yesterday. The board's price was set one cent higher than last year in view of an expected short crop. Private canners, hot represented at yesterday's meeting, would not state their position on the increased figure. PRISON' RECORD SET Salmi, Ore., May 14. High. guarded walls of Oregon's state! penitentiary today held 958 prison- I ers, the greatest number in thel prison's 83 vears of existence. BuyWatkins Fly Spray Now Buy your season's Fly Spray requirements now so; you will have Fly Spray on hand in time to control the fly pest before the flies start breeding by the million. Customers Agree Watkins Fly Spray is Best Because ( 1 ) It actually kills flies. (2) it repels flies, (3), it is clean, does not gum up or discolor the hair of stock, will not burn hide or cause discomfort, (4) sweet-smelling, will not taint milk or other products, (5) economical to use. $1.10 .... 1 gallon $5.00 ... .5 gallons Victor Johnson The Watkins Dealer SCIO, ORE. OF VALUES ! 1934 DodKc 4-Door Sedan BUick with cronm wliwls fv tiivs. dual equipment Eiijtif" and paint CC0 7 in fine condition y"" ' 1S30 Cliovrolct 4-Door Srdan Black finish. Tires like new Upholstery newly $297 covered . . . . 1933 Kord Paint, tire engine all Low mileage . . -Ooor Sedan upholstery and ko new. -Verv $427 1!I8 Chevrolet Coupe The best Chew Coupe that ever hit a uesd car lot. Tires engine, uphoisterv and paint m A-1 con dition ... . $175 Phone 170 Howard C. ROWLEE Republican Candidate For Nomination Representative 1 will work for the best interest of the ixtiple of I.inn County and the Stale of Oregon. Economy and common sense will be my guide. VOTE 54-X . P.iid adv HURRY TOGET THIS! VEG. SHORTENING ,1b, 8V2C YOU'LL FIND THE USED CAR BARGAIN THE WEATHER Orccon: Unsettled tonight and Fridnv. with occasional ruin west Dei tion; coaler in interior to- off coast. ' ' ' ' Maximum temperature in Al bany yesterday, 81 degrees; min imum temperature" last night, 84 degrees; rainfall, 1.0B inches; nvor, 5.1 Jeet. . , From Ash Swale ,. v v Fred Harrison of Ash Swale, candidate for re-election as representative on the democratic ticket, was an , Albany, business visitor this forenoon. Lebanon Visitor Harry Dobesh of Lebanon, candidate for the nomination of county recorder on the democratic ticket, is spending the day in Albany. Ted and Frc1 are always on the job to give yoquick accurate service on gas, oil lubrication and tiro repairing. Tedlock & Forster, 1st & Jackson Sts. 1'honc 375 ml2-14 Visitor in Albany Mrs. W. E. Nash of Lebanon, a former resident of Albany, was a visitor here yesterday. The family is leaving in the near future for Sand Point, Idaho, to join Mr. Nash who has been transferred there by the Mountain States Power company. Returned from Portland Mr., and Mrs. M. O. Wilkinson and uncle, George Gourley, of Los Angeles returned Inst evening from a business and pleasure trip to Portland. From Independence G. M. Rolfe of Independence was a business visitor in Albany this forenoon. He reports heavy rains in his "section of the county last night. Firemen Meet The meeting of the Central Willamette Fire Fighters association held in Brownsville Tuesday evening of this week was largely attended. A delegation of mem- Now, Playing! nunc .IHIWU'i.J Saturday . e,' Matin.. l -.v HSk Daily 2 p.m. ' tffP Coming Sunday Double Bill Dranutnd V remmct on tht brink ol mighty 1 Wmtr Tint mtlHil Pittm ilk ' ROSS ALEXANDER t m. ANN DVORAK W . ItU IMBOI l .; PLUS " .' , m. , iThe Following i - y '"PIPPIN" mm 25c Till 7 p.m. 2 He had WtiI yum I I i YOU'RE LOOKING FOR AT OUR GREAT y BACON BACKS POUND LINKSAUSAGE Roasts lb. 12ie i mil 13k 27c & CROSS Woodworth's PHONE 25 Elks Building - - W. K. CKOSS STATIONERY SPECIAL EXCELLENT QUALITY. .. BOX OF 24 SHEETS AND 24 ENVELOPES I9c Razor Blades 4-Star Blades 10c 5 Auto Strop Blades . .25c 5 Gillette Blue Blades 25e 5 Gem Blades ...... 27e 5 Segal Blades .... 15c Sund ries 50c World Globes ... 29c 50c Utility Kitchen Shears 39e 52 Sandwich Toaster and Gnll $1.19 Alarm Clocks, large asst. all guar . . 89c to $1.50 ROBNETT UNITED CIGAR AGENCY DRUGS FRIDAY AND SAT. SPECIALS Pork Hearts, Pound, .; . 12c Ground Veal, or Ham Loaf, lb. 20c Halibut, by the piece, lb. . 1 3c, ,' , Attend the Big Softball Opening, Field Monday Night, M.iy 18 , s Verl Miller's Meat Market FREE DELIVERY " C. O. D. SERVICE - PHONE 62-J T. IV. ROBNETT fl COMK In nnd enjoy this Rreat show 1'RF.K But don wait Were offering the preatest Sett'Ction of fine used tars we-vc ever hud. We re pricing ihrm i.i save you scores of dollars. But values like these can t last long Vajue wise motorists have found out ahum tins sale our selection is RoinR last. Come in now, while we still have a wide selection of makes and models at prices that will astonish you Look over these current SPKC1ALS th?y re just samples of what we havo: ,1931 Chrysler Sport Coupe Now Ciim Motal Gray Mt-lal-ho Paint. Six dark given wire wheels, tires, upholstery nnd engine all like new $437 ; 1135 Dorine Coupe Heauti-f til Golden Heiie finish engine runs like 77 new. Very clean ) lf34 11 mouth 5-Passcnprr Sedan. Waok with retl wheels upholstery newly covered. Low mileage, t)nly ... . . $495 Come to Robnctt and Cross EVERY DAY for Drug Store needs at LOW PRICES. Shop here with confidence AT HURLEY'S HIGHEST QUALITY DRUGS AT LOWEST PRICES - Four Deliveries Daily Phone 309 LOW EVERYDAY VALUES Ralston Motor Co. Dental Needs 50c Pepsodent Tooth P. 38c 50c Dr. Lyons Tooth P. 35c 50c Straska's Cream 35c 10c Squibb's Dental ; Cream . : 33e 50c Ipana 39c Drug Needs $1 .00 Carroid and Bile Salts Tablets 84c 75c Anacin Tablets . . 50c 75c Bayer's Aspirin .59e 50c Ex Lax . . .... . . 47c 50c N. R. Tablets ... 34c $1 .00 Iron! zed Yeast Tablets ; . 71e SI .20 Syrup of Pepsin 89c SI .35 Dr. Pierce's Remedy $1.16 SI Miles Nervine . .. 83e SI .25 S.S S. Tonic , 99c KODAKS AND CAMERAS Guaranteed Film . Cfcveloping Service In at 9 a.m. out at 3 p m Low prices on all sued films i.3 Crconuilsion . ... 98c $1.25 Petrolngnr ,;. . . . S9e $1.25 Peainj Toiyc . ; , 98c $1 .00 Sqinbb's Cod Liver Oil ...... . . 79c $1.20 Sal Hepatica ... 98e $1.35 Pierce's Tonics $1.16 50c Hind's H. & A. Cream . 39c 75c Listerine . 59c 50c Pepsodent tooth Paste ............ 38e 35c Culex Polishes ... 31c $1.00 Cutex Nail Sets 89c 25c Noxicma Cream . . 15c $1.25 Agar Oil Emuls. 79c $1.00 Citronates .... 69e 3 Bars Cashmere Bouquet Soap 25c 60c Alka Seltrer .... 49c 75c Bayer Aspirin .... 59e 75c Fitch Shampoo . . . 59c iU&lY3 Seventh and S. Lyon Streets T Invite your support anrt promise you that it will be fnithfull', used. t' E- I Si , 1 j - UEMCRAT-UEKALO) WANT ADS MUNU RESULTS Q O 0

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