Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on May 18, 1936 · Page 2
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Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 2

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THE ALBANY DEMOGRATcH ERALD, ALBANY, OREGON MONDAY, MAY 18,' 1936 i PAGE TWO TO FINISH 86 j BURGGRAF PUPILS to up 14 cent, May 93 cents, corn cents, and oats were off V to up Vs j was off '(4 to up Vi cent. May 63' cent,' May 25(4 cents. Michigan fleeces were being sold to arrive at 35-35 cents in the erease delivered east and up to in Albany this morning on his return to Portland to resume his work on the federal Jury. tec is scheduled to speak before the members of the Albany chamber of commerce Wednesday noon of this week. EIGHTH GRADES AT LEBANON WILL APPEAR TONIGHT shampoo'and TINT CLAIROL NOTICE TO CITY ' SUBSCRIBERS It your paper has not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 o'clock call D. M. Rohrbouth, Phone 711-T and a copy will be delivered by special carter. Report all other complaints to the office. Phone 15 The . Albany Democrat-Herald Lural Burggraf announced to- Visitor In Albany-Mrs. Ed Davis of Forest Grove was among the week-end visitors in Albany. 1 35 cents for light shrinking Missouri medium. Good 12 months Texas wools and bulk fine and half blood original clips of average to good French combing length from territory states were being sold while still in the coun-1 try or on the way to' Boston at . prices in the range 82-85c, scoured Visit Clear Lake-Lester Horton and Mrs. Hort-on's uncle, Albert Schaffer, and her aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Russell, 83, of Pennsylvania, who are visiting here, returned last evening from Clear Lake where they had been for the day. They enjoyed the trip very much and had the pleasure of seeing two deer. BRING NEEDED YOUTH FOR YOUR HAIR! day that a group of his pupils in ! Lebanon will be presented in a piano recital tonight at the Presbyterian church in Lebanon. The musicians will be assisted by Mrs. (Continued from I'aite One) wavd P. McKee Dick McRavnokK G' orge Manning, Helen B. Marks, .(conne K. Miller, Velma Mae Montgomery, Gladys Morley, James Morley, Winifred Morris, Lyman Olliver. ' . Jack Ralston, George Richards, Anna M. Ross, Donna Sears, Ailene Sliger, Marjorie Ann Stellmacher, Keith Underwood, Ray Wilber, Helen Willard, Bob Witherite Frances Muller. From Yachats Dick Bloom spent the week end basis, delivered east, according to best estimates available. in Albany on Business. A gleaming sheen to complement that new spring cotsume . . . good for not only greying hair but also dull, faded ha'.r ..... thnsn .n-o Film Developing Overnight i service. Hurley s Drug Store. the reasons for CLAIROL'S fast growing popu- . ml5-18 lariiy. come in ana lei us tell you more about LLA1KOL, THE WEATHER Visits Son In Eugene Mrs. Sam Frager was in Eugene yesterday to visit her son Willie, a student at the state uni TODAY'S STOCK, GRAIN MARKETS Oregon and Washington: Rain in west portion and - scattered showers in east portion tonight ANNOUNCEMENT: Miss Ethel Truax is now a member of our staff of operators. All her friends are cordially welcomed to come in or call and make appointments with Miss Truax. BUNTON BEAUTY SHOP Room 3, 4, 5, 6, Venetian Theater Building , t Phone 158-J : ' versity, who sustained an Injury recently in a ball game there. She and Tuesday: cooler in east por reports he is improving. Hugh Kirkpatnck of Lebanon. Mr. Burggraf will present a part of his pupils In Albany next Monday, with several of his class from here, he announced. The following is tonight's program:-. . Ercerpts from Sonata: In the Northland tSeucl-Holst. a. Dancing Fireflies; b. Mirth and Frolic, Betty Smith. The Bells, Bassett Eleanor Tunison. - : To a Water Lily, MacDowell LaNeve Lawrence, Menuet a L'Antique, Padcrew-ski Marjorie Billings. ' Callirhoe, Chaminade; Scotch Poem, MacDowell and Country Gardens, Grainger Norma Smith. Original Compositions: a. In the Garden of My Dreams, Rev. Diven arr. by Burggraf f, (dedicated to Mrs. R. J. Diven); b. The Duel, Burggraf Mrs. Hugh Kirk-pa trick. ' B. P. W. Meeting The Albany Business & Professional Women's club is to meet tomorrow evening for a 6:30 o'clock "covered dish" supper at the home of Mrs, Alma Brandshagen, 627 W. Fifth street. The membership committee will act as hostess. Plans are to be made for the members and delegates to attend the state convention to be held in Roseburg, May 22, 23 and 24. ' Mrs. Charl Williams, national president is to be a guest of the convention, members announced today. At Albany General-Mrs. Edna Wagner, of Albany, underwent a major operation this morning at the Albany general hospital. tion Tuesday; fresh and strong south west to west wind off coast. Returned from Fishlnr Maximum temperature yester Fred and Theodore Hoflich and R. M. Lance returned Saturday day locally 73 degrees; minimum ' temperature last night, 47 degrees; evening from a successful fishing river, 4.9 feet. . Stocks New York, May 18. Wall Street's first interpretation of the Guffey coal decision as highly bullish brought an active spurt, followed by a decline that left the stock list irregular on the day. Hasty reading of the opinion left the conclusion in the minds of traders that it was a sweeping defeat for the New Deal, i As it was seen to close to future legislation federal regulation of business through imposition of penalties, it was considered highly favorable to business and to markets. Floor traders "pumped the gun" on the first report of the decision and bought the leaders in profusion. Long strings of them appeared and tickers four minutes late within a few minutes. Sales in the last hour totaled 520,000 shares as against 470.000 shares in the first four hours. The day's total of 990,000 shares was the same as the Friday session. Curb sales were 224,000 shares, against 202,000 Friday. Dow-Jones preliminary closing averages: industrial 150.33 off 1.09; railroad 44.98, off 0.13; utility 30.41, off 0.12. trip to Clear Lake. They report fishing good Friday but off color on Saturday. .MARKETS AT A GLANCE IHr l.ltlfrtl lrei Stocks irregular after spurt on Guffey decision. Bonds Irregularly higher; seven U. S. government issues at new highs for the year. Curb stocks- irregularly higher, quiet.': ; . Call money 1 per cent. Foreign exchange: Sterling higher, French francs lower. . Cotton unchanged to 7 points higher . . Rubber off 6 to 9 points. Silver bars in New York, 45, off cent. Moose Lodge Meeting From California Mrs. Winifred Walker, a former resident of Albany, arrived here Saturday from Sacramento, Cat., to visit friends. She is at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hough. The Moose lodge is scheduled to FREE! An Unfinished, Alder TEA TABLE Well Constructed With Each $2.50 Purchase of " meet at the Moose hall at B o clock Daughter Born Mr. and Mrs. puu Johnston of Tuesday evening. There is to be Aioany became the parents of a a class of candidates to initiate. L. F. McClain, dictator, requests a large attendance. baby daughter Saturday night at the Albany General hospital. The oaoy weighed 7V4 pounds. Rturn to California Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards, Visit from Portland Organ-piano duet: Invention No. 8, Bach, and Spinning Song, Mendelssohn Mrs. Jack Elliott pianist; Mr. Burggraf, organist. The Girl with the Flaxen Hair, Debussy; To Spring Greig; Puck, Greig; Prelude in G Minor, Rachmaninoff Mrs. Elliott. -.( ,- Organ-piano duet: Kamenoi Os-trow, Rubinstein Miss Smith, pianist; Mr. Burggraf, organist. who have been spending some time Boston, May 18. Mills were beginning to show an interest in new wools and a few buyers were making commitments, the U. S. agriculture department reported . to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Austin of in Albany because of the serious h-oriiand, spent the week-end in Return from Convention Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Shank returned the last of the week from Vancouver, B. C, where they attended a district Rotary convention. They visited numerous places on the trip. . We have modern equipment to c-.ro for your lubrication needs. We will call for your car and deliver it at no extra charge. Tedlock & For-stcr, 1st & Jackson Sts., Phone 375. ml5-18 illness of Mrs. W. D. Stevenson, Albany visiting Mr. Austin's mother, Mrs. O. D. Austin. day. a sister of Mr. Edwards, hove returned to their home in Los FULLER PAINTS : This Offer good for a limited time only We carry a full line of Fuller's Paints and Wallpapers Come in and let us help you make Clean-up and Remodeling Plans HOOKER'S ELECTRIC STORE 130 West Second Street Phone 164-J Operator Added Lorene Bunton today announced the appointment of Ethel Truax Minton Will Give Concert Thursday Grain Chicago, May 18. Wheat prices eased today on the Chicago board of trade as a result of a weaker Liverpool market and good rains in most of the southwest winter wheat belt. At the close wheat was off ' Many mills, however, were reported reluctant to support ' the increased movement in the country. Medium fleeces and fine western grown wools wore receiving the bulk of the mill demand. Country packed and '4 blood combing and clothing Ohio and as a member of the operator's staff at the Bunton beauty shop. Miss iruax, who has just completed her course at the Modern Beauty school in Salem, is the daughter of Elias Truax who resides near t Retorn to Albany Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Irvine of Rcdlands, Cel., for many years residents of Albany, arrived here yesterday to visit relatives and friends and look after property interests. uever. blie graduated from Albanv high school last June. Dr. M. M. Blocker Busy Dr. M. M. Stocker, pastor ot the First Presbyterian church, is scheduled to speak during the month as follows: May 20, Tangent high school commencement; May 23, Oakville commencement; May 27, address before the Albany College Women's association, honoring Miss Flora Mason; May 27, Gcrvais high school commencement; May 28, Yachats high school commencement; May 29, Oates high school commencement; May 31, Albany college baccalaureate sermon, also assisting in a program at the Monmouth Normal in the evening. CARD OF THANKS we wish to thank our friends ana neighbors for their kindness and sympathy and the beautiful Business Visitor Harold Shedd of the Bank of Shcdd transacted business . and visited friends in Albany Satur floral oirenngs in the loss of our beloved wife, mother and daugh day evening. ter. J. G. Minton, former Albany resident, who has gained a prominent place in the field of musicians in Oregon for his work as a composer and writer of songs, is to give a concert Thursday night, under the auspices of the Albany Ministerial association at the First Christian church. , . Mr. Minton had planned to direct a large children's chorus, but due to the changed school schedules here,, it was impossible to have a satisfactory practice hour, Mr. Minton stated. Mr. Minton will sing a group of his own compositions and will play several trumpet numbers. Old hymns of the church will be featured. He also plans to read several of his own poems. Miss Vera Hicks is to be accompanist. , The program will start at 8 o'clock. No admission charge will bo made Visitors In Albany-Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cowltz and son, Kenneth, of .the Lacomb neighborhood were Albany business visitors Saturday afternoon. E. H. Sheler & family Mrs. Mary Lcverich & family Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Slimier. ml8pd THANK YOU . Horry W. Cooley wishes to thank the Democratic .Party for their Visit at Coast J. L. Stuart and family returned last evening from Newport where they had been to spend the day. They report cold and clear weather there. V' v Jit I" From Holley . W. R. Roblnett of Holley was a business visitor in Albany loyal support for his nomination at the Primaries and also solicits your support In the November election. From Jefferson W. F. Van Nuys of Jefferson was among the visitors last night at a local hotel. ml8pd ,. We have a hair cut for each member of the family. Try us. Terminal Barber Shop. mlC-18 KOAC Radio Choir to Repeat "New Minister" Prog ram Visit Upper Soda-Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Hough and Mrs. Winifred Walker, who is visiting here from Sacramento, Cal., visited Upper Sodu and the Bryant home on cast of there yesterday. They report the highway In good condition. Monday, May 18 5:00 p. m., On the Campuses: 6:30, music; 6:00, Science Stories; o:is, Dinner concert; u:30, Eve ning Farm Hour 6:45, market and crop reports and weather fore Thanks To Her New cast; 7:15, R. E. Stephenson On Official Business H. F. Merrill, government engineer of Benton and Linn counties, was in Albany this forenoon on official business. "Tests for Potash;" 7:30, 4-H club meeting; 8:00, With Oregon State Portland Visitor-Stella Spojicer of Portland was among, (lie out of town visitors spending the week end in Albany. Provisional Board Meets The members of the provisional park board having in charge the historic Champoeg park, held a meeting at the park last Saturday afternoon for the purpose of disposing of routine business and working out plans for the summer. The Sons and Daughters of Oregon Pioneers and the board decided to hold an old time Fourth of July celebration on the grounds this year. The board is composed of Mrs. Isaac Patterson and Charles Bishop of Salem; Mrs. Albro, in charge of the park; M. A. Miller of Portland and W. L. Jackson of Albany. Electric Range The choir of the Albany Meth-odits Episcopal church will repeat its performance of "The New Minister," Wednesday evening at the church, starting at 8:15 o'clock, it was anonunced today by Lural Burggraf, director. No admission charge Is to be made but an offering will be taken, he also announced. The hour was changed from 8 to 8:15 in order that those who attend prayer meetings will be able to attend., On Friday night the cast will journey to Lebanon, where ' the Ladies Aid of the Methodist church is sponsoring the performance, it was anonunced. tiiginecrs American Society of Mechanical Engineers; 8:15, The 11 i VXx1 Hook of the Week Alexander Hull; 8:30. The Dudes of the West; 9:00-9:15, United Press News. From Ash Swale Fred Hurrtson, representative to the Oregon legislature of this county and high man in the recent democratic primary election, was an Albany business visitor this forenoon. Tuesday, May 19 9:00 a. m., llomcmakers' Hour; 10:00, music; 10:15, Guarding Your Health; 10:30. music; 10:45, GUFFEY ACT IS DECLARED VOID I ill III aarea, " . 4 ft f jlj J, , KOAC School of the Air 10:45. German, 11:00, Out of the Zoo; To Speak In Albany-State Senator Douglas McKay of Salem, president of the Willamette Valley Projects commit- 11:15. The Magic Casement. "Jack (Continued from rag. One) Expected to Return Sam Frager and L. P. Lcnnard are expected to return today from Clear Lake where they have been on a week-end fishing trip. Fish In Wilson Lake Hill Emist and Chuck Ennls of Albany report reasonable success fishing yesterday in Wilson Lake, a few miles north of and the Beanstalk; 11:30, The Story of Music; 11:45; music; 12:00, Noon Farm Hour 12:05, ' , x-s--: -" wsv . THIS NEW WESTINGHOUSE DICTATOR ELECTRIC RANGE Constipation If ronaltn.tlon cauiraa yau riaa. In-attrition, llcailnchei. Ji.il xt.p. 1'imii. I'"". I't oulrk rell.f with AOl.K- news; 12:15. Arthur King; 12:40, market and crop reports and weather forecast. 1:110 p. m.. music; 1:15. World iir-tw . J action yal en- Rantl. ami aafa. Book Man; 1:20. music; 1:30, Pro of the net could be upheld as regulation of Interstate commerce. The court held they could not be upheld and ruled that mining was not interstate commerce. 6. Whether power was unlawfully delegated under the Guffev coal codes to establish working hours, , The court held this delegation of power to be a violation of the fifth amendment of the constitution. 7. Whether the price-fixing provisions of the act can stand alone if other parts of the act are Returns to Jury Duly Charles fjalbraith of Sweet Home was a brief business visitor grams on Parado; 1:45, music; 2:00, lesson in Spanish; 2:15, music; 2:30. Rural Life Review; 2:45, Know Your State; 3:00. In I1 outlay & Mason, Druiiuisls the World of Women Life Lives In Color Georgia O'Keetc," by Althea Bmhl; 3:30, music; 3:45. HAS EVERYTHIN Final Sale of Spring Coats COAT and SUIT SPECIALS The Muntior Views the News; 4:00, Musical Stories; 4:30, Stories for Boys and Girls. 5:00, On the Campuses; 5:30. music; 5:45, Vespers Led by Rev. J. Lacklcn; 6:00, Dinner Concert; 6:30, Farm Hour 6:30, The Ag Club; 8:45, market and crop re iii-iii uiieuusiiiiiMonai. ' The court held thev were an integral part of the act and while not ruling on them directly, said they could not stand alone ports and weather forecast: 7:00. ! G. R. Hvslop . "Catch Crops ; 7:15, Ted Warren ' The 1936 Ore gon Jersey Jubilees and Tours";! 7:30, The Citizen and His School) LAST DAY TO SAVE TAILORED SUITS AND SWAGGER SUITS 56.77 - $9.77 IN APPRECIATION TO THE VOTERS For the splendid vote given mo in the Primary election. I want to express my hearty appreciation to all of my friends and hundreds of others whose support I anticipate in November. Again thanking you and look mg forward to your continued support. 1 am, Fay M. Miller , lrmorratlr Nominee for j County Assessor "Training for Citizenship in a Modern High School" Miss Esther Birch and Guy De Lay, Sil-verton High School; 8:00, Oregon Slate System of Higher Education Walter Rcdford. president of the Southern Oregon Normal School; 8:15, music; 8:30, Oregon State College Cadet Band Capt. H. L. Beard conducting; 8:45. 50 Heading for Enjoyment "Great SPORT COATS . ... $7.77 , v,uet to $12.95 DRESS COATS . . $9.77 DUUKB tit (lie ifju 5, if), nei un i E. Childs, instructor in English, O. S. C; 9:00-9:15, United Press news. . DR. CHAN LAM Chine values to 1 9.75 FASTEST OVEN with sclrntiflc hr.it rvrnrr. giving grrater en par My wltli more economy. SLIDING SHELVES so thnt food may be removed from the hot nvm easily and conveniently. ARTISTIC LAMP benutllully t.e-l-nnl that llslito up the rtmktns s.irfaf e . - - ELECTRIC CLOCK , attractive In rtelgn nnd so ptared t hat-"I lie rorrect time Is In Just the right place to tee rally " EBONITE SHAKERS for unit nnd pepper that hormonlye attrnrthcly nllh the range and are at nay, band? to ue .. , AUTOMATIC;: 3 heat control that maintains exnrtly-th? tmpcfntme yon want during the cooking operation FOUR SURFACE UNITS two of the new ettrf mely tat ecenomlzer type filing greater h ruing .peed tv.th greater cooking current economy. .lo two of (he new ebonite ultra fast plates. UTILITY DRAWER rollfr Drarlnc dial nuT tir tvtalpflrt 1tn'wTnifr flrmrnt If dralrnl. Dcmocrat-J-fernld Want Ads. - Bring Results. THIS SALE POSITIVELY ' "'ENDS ' " v ' ' MAY 30 MOTHERHOOD? FELT HATS Whitt and Pastel Shadei Medicine Co. Natural remedies for (llsorttera of liver, atomarh, eland, akin, A urinary ayatem of men & women. Iteme-illea for con-atlnutton, aathma, nrthrltla. u a a r diabetes A 1.77 fllE period In a woman's life just before bet child is born need not be a time of illness and anxiety. At such a time it it essential tint good lielltll and good spirits be maintained. The , N.n. "'" '''" T. T. Lam Nattironathl Phyalciana I'patalra Room 1 iii--jX.!a" and !. Venetian "Ihcwler Uldaj. I'or. Ftret and Hroadnlhln sts., Albany. Offl.e Hours: 1 p. in. to 6 p. rn. Tuesday and Saturday only, con-imitation, lllood 1'reamire arid l'r- Mountain States Pnwpr f!niTinflnv O HncwnrTf rv"tc k - tunic effect of Dr. Pltrtt a rtrorite rreKtip-tin naurifthe and ttrtnithent the body of the e&peitanl mother, which mean, of comne, that It la alao Mrenftheniiu the child. Alan for flila Blowing into womanhood and foe wganeit in middle life suing tbiouah the "ihante." "Klvftilf Pif a. 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