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THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1936 PAGE TWO gone to Alaska to make her home. Mrs, Howard was formerly with the Fred Meyer store hero. Ji t i . j ".'i 1- I Washington and ' Lincoln in a' , Townsend manuel because "I like; I that kind of company." .-.'.-.! j That he received $69,000 from; I the movement but spent virtually j I all of it in the drive and that he : i and his wife had between them ; I now only $500 to show for two ! years' work. That a report that the Townsend i movement's funds might be im-' I Arrives from California George Heed, of California, arrived in Albany last evening on a (business tour of the country. ; Meeting Tonight i The regular meeting of the San-Uiarn Fish and Game association i is scheduled to be held at the city I hall this evening at 8 o'clock. All ; members are urged to attend as NOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS If your paper has not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 o'clock call D. M. Bohrboueb, Phone 718-T and a copy will be delivered by special carrier. Report all other complaints to the office, Phone 15 : The Albany Democrat-Herald ents try to get Ralph Putledge, Los Angeles FERA head, to nid in launching the Townsend Weekly in Washington. That the "way for us to lick the stuffing out of the old parties is to become militant and go after them hammer and tongs for being totally incompetent" and that he wrote "to hell with them (the old parties.) If we begin to announce ourselves soon and work like the dickens for next year we shall be able to lick the stuffing out of both of them." Portland Woman Honored at Dinner. ' .' Mrs. Julia Powell of Portland was the guest of honor nt a d ner given recently at the home of Important business is to Be Mrs. Lilhc Westcott of Tangent Mrs. Powell, who is a former At Albany Gcnerul Clyde Barney of Lyons underwent a major operation this morning at the Albany General hospital. Meeting at Holmes The Ladies Aid society of the Methodist Episcopal church will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. G. Glen Holmes near Albany college, in place of the social hall in the church. Mrs. Lee DoerUer, president, asks those who: have curs to go to the church to provide transportation to the Holmes resident, for those who do not have it. pounded as a result of the ."hostile'.; attitude" of the house committee! was circulated in an effort to raise more funds. - j That Townsend knew when the ; A I.IIK SAVKR FOR VOIR L'l'UCET EASY TO MAKE BRIGHT TO WEAR Pattern 2742 Guaranteed to chase the blues away an exhilarating frock in a very light hearted mood! Vivacious and blithe from pert shoulder to llared hem-line, this airy model is as easy to make as it is to look at. The two-piece effect is a smart thought, and the buttons down the back of the blouse are a distinctive accent. Sun-ray darts at the neck add fullness and chic to. the blouse, so effectively topped by a contrasting collar (though the collar may mutch the dress .fabric-): resident of Tangent, has been making an extended visit in the Return from Fishing Dr. C. N. Barrett and Vic Burg-man returned last evening from a langent neighborhood. . week-end trip to Clear lane wnere they enjoved catching a fine lot of fish. . The guests for the dinner were: Mrs. Mary Jenks, Mrs. W. Jenks, Mrs. J. N. Itoss, Mrs. Borden, Miss Annie Davidson, Tangent; Mrs. THANK YOU ; I wish to thank the voters of Linn County for their hearty support in the primary election, also my opponents, Arch Ray and Walter James, for their clean campaign. Ed Holloway. . ml9 i report was circulated that the ! : committee had no power to im-j i pound the funds. That an effort to launch a third : j party would be started after the! j-republican and democratic con-1 ventions in June. j That the "hostile attitude" re-j ferred to by the Townsend Weekly Hiiv Ki-nut Contest Powell, Portland: Mrs. Ora Ire The members of Boy Scout land of Albany, and Mrsv Westcott. Mrs. Ireland was assistant hostess troops 22 and 10 of Albany are scheduled to meet in Bryant park this evening in a contest known as THE WEATHER Oregon and Washington: Unsettled -tonight, with local sjuiwers in wept portion and over mountains; Wednesday generally fair, but cloudy in iwest portion; cooler in extreme east portion tonight; fresh shifting Wind on coast, becoming westerly. ; 1 Maximum temperature yesterday locally 69 degrees. Minimum temperature last night 44 degrees. Rainfall .03 of an inch. River 4.4 feet. at the dinner. A Jefferson Society .'' The Jefferson Woman's club A. A. U. W. Tea The Albany Branch of the American Association of University Women is to give a tea next Saturday afternoon from 3 until 5 o'clock at the home of Mrs. W. A. Barrett, Fifth, and Vine streets. A fashion show, and an interesting program will be features of the held their regular meeting Wed the capture of the Hag. : ' Return from Fishing Sum Frager, L. P. Leonard and John Underwood returned last evening from 0 successful' weekend fishing trip to Clear Lake. , CARD OF THANKS I wish here to express to the Democratic voters of Linn county my . appreciation of their support of me in my successful quest of re-nomination to ; the office of sheriff and to the many Republicans who wrote in my name. . , Herbert Shelton. ml9 ' 7742 nesday afternoon at the ' country home o'f Mrs. M.. D. Looney north was "tne present administration." I That the Townsend Weekly was I a "profitable venture" which, he now controlled. - That he wrote Clements last ! year "You should be here to see! the jitters that some of the con-: gressmen are in as a result of the I mandates they are receiving fromj their constituents. It is fun. They j are swamped with mail and don't ! know what to do about it." j That he sueeestcd that Clem of Jefferson, with her daughter," afternoon. The public is invited, members of the committee Democrat-Herald Want Ads. Rrine Results. From Honolulu C. M. Hell and party of Honolulu were brief visitors in Albany this morning on their way from Vancouver, B. C' to Southern California. Mr. Bell said members of his parly were suffering from the cold weather encountered since leaving Vancouver. :, We think the full' puff sleeves a final touch of perfection., The colors you choose are important in this frock, and any Of the bright cotton prints are ideal. , Pattern 2743 is available in sizes 12, 14, 18. 18, 20, 30, 32,-34v36, 38 and 40. Size 1G takes 3f'i yards 36 inch fabric and aK yard contrast, Illustrated step-by-step sewing instructions included. ' Send FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) in coins or stamps (coins preferred) for this Anne Adams pattern.' THIRTY CENTS (30c) for both. Write plainly name, address and style number. BE SURE TO STATE SIZE. Be sure to order OUR SPRING PATTERN BOOK for smart new clothes that'll fit you and your needs to a "T"! Gay, practical frocks to cheer you at work. Lovely party frocks and sports clothes to flatter you at play. Collars, blouses, skirts for multiplying costumes. Chic slenderizing styles. Patterns for tots. Fabric and ac-cessorv news. PRICE OF HOOK FIFTEEN CENTS. HOOK AND A PATTERN TOGETHER, TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Address orders to Democrat- Hurnlri Pntlorn ffldnnrlmpnl Leave sfor Home Mr and Mrs. Everelt Terhune of Raymond, Wash., who were called here on account of the death of Mr .Terhune's mother, Mrs. Mary Andrics, left for their home today. Business Visitor Jess Moss of Lebanon, recent candidate for sheriff on the democratic ticket, was an Albany business visitor yesterday. Have Tonsils Removed Ronald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry. Bei'lrum, underwent a tonsillectomy this morning at the Bridgwater hospital and Eldon Brooks and Larry Budlong, each underwent an operation for the removal of tonsils at the hospital last week end. On Official Business Frank C. Pursley, district dep IfOLLOWr, LEADER uty revenue collector of Eugene, arrived in Albany last evening on official business. : O. D. O. Mooting The O. D. O. club is to meet Business Visitors Mrs. Gatchell and Mrs. Slrit mater of Lebanon transacted bust Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. A, Stcnberg. , Miss Meaner as assisting hostess. In observance of Music Week and Mothers' Day, an appropriate program was presented. The Scripture reading was given ' by . Miss Marguerite Looney, and Mothers' day thoughts were given in answer to roll call. Mrs. Vinton Scott of Salem gave an interesting talk on Chinese mothers and their children. Mrs. Min-kenitz of Salem was guest soloist for the afternoon. Numbers presented were "Songs My Mother Taught Me," "Down in the Forest," and "The Star", accompanied by Mrs. DePrey. At the lea hour refreshments were served by the hostesses. Special guests of the club were Mrs. Vinton Scott, Mrs. Minken-itz, Mrs. DePrey of Salem, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Raymond Nebergall of Eugene, and Mrs. W. C. Looney. Eighteen members were present. May 27 the club will meet with Mis. Fred Looney. Peoria Society Peoria. Members of the Potter Sewing club were entertained at last Thursday afternoon. Guests the home of Mrs. J. W. Lamar asked to meet with the members were Mrs. Karl Bramwell of Cor- ness and visited friends in Albany F'rom Newport Mr. and Mrs. G. H .Jones of Newport were among the out-of-town business visitors spending lust night in Albany. yesterday. Let Ted & Fred eliminate the Women of Moose The Women of the Moose will meet Friday night at the Moose temple. Election of officers is to be held. . For Easy-to-Clean squeaks from your car. We call for and deliver your car at no extra charge. Tedlock & Forster, 1st & On Vacation Trip-Chief of Police R. L. Chandler and family left yesterday for Clear Lake on a few days' vacation trip. Jackson sts. Phone 373. miw-i small lots. Buyers were hesitating s. to pay prices that would figure over 82-83c scoured basis, deliv zalion and that I did not spend one cent for advertising in any paper. My expense totaled only $9 for pamphlets, plus my filing fee. "I believe if given a chance I can prove that I am not nearly as v.'iHifnl li: ntnr nf trtv nnnnn.'nlK Visitor In Albany M. A. McDonald, of Wapato, Wash., was among the business visitors last night at a local hotel. From Salem C. P. Bishop of the Bishop Clothing store in Salem and a former resident of Linn county, was in Albany yesterday afternoon to attend the funeral of Mrs. D. of II. Meeting The local Degree of Honor will meet Thursday evening! at 7:30 o'clock for its regular meeting. At 8 o'clock a pinochle parly will be held, starting a series of six parties. A door prize will be given and at tho close of the evening a luncheon will be served. The meeting and party will be held at the K. of P. hull. ered for fine and half blood average to good French combing length, territory and Texas wools in original bags. A few purchased were estimated to cost 85c. Asking prices were showing a strengthening tendency on medium grade bright fleeces. j would make you believe. My object Visit Crater Luke Mr. and Mrs. William Hoflieh Smart Walls "Wash dresses" are f.tshionable even for walls and woodwork ! That's one reason Satin Eggshell is so popular for kitchens, bathrooms, nurseries and breakfast rooms. Its semi-gloss finish gives a crisp, colorful freshness that can be washed and washed. And, like a cotton frock it goes on so easily and wears SATIN EGGSHELL Quart H .05 Gallon 3.71 of Albany and Mr. and Mrs. Stan is: E.quai rigius to ncn ana poor; regaining our constitutional rights to live and let live; less laws to serve a purpose and be enforced: less politics and more action." vallis, Mrs. Jack Handley, Mrs. J. li. Walbeck, Mrs. Percy Taylor and ford Archibald of Grants Pass, former residents of Albany, were visitors last Sunday at Crater Lake. Mr. Hoflieh reports 14 fool of snow Mrs. Russell Githens. The after Frenches Return noon was devoted to a short busi at the rim of the crater. From Bay Region County Postmasters Study Club Meeting The Thursday Sludy club will meet Thursday for a 1 o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. M. M. Slocker, members announced. From Sweet Home-Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Pickal of Sweet Home were among the out of town business visitors in Albany yesterday. Visitor in Albany Dr. W. J. Kerr of Portland, former president of the Oregon State College for many years, was in Albany yesterday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Weahterford. ness session, needlework, conversation and contests. Roll call was From Bucna Vista ' To Meet Wednecsday responded to by readings and Leland Prather and family and Wayne Moc of Buena Vista, were verses appropriate to Mothers' day. Mrs. Walbeck sung a solo, "Mother of Mine." In the contests Mrs. Dick Duncan and Mrs. shoppers and visitors in Albany this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. French of Albany, who have been spending the last two or three weeks in San Francisco and Sacramento, arrived home by train last night. Mr. French reports a pleasant trip and business conditions in the bay region much improved over a year ago when he last visited there. Dic-A-Doo Brush Cleaner 00 1 'A Pound package WW Son Born Mr. and Mrs. Louis Anderson of Monroe became the parents of a 7-pound son, born to them this morning at the Albany General hospital. Mrs. Anderson is a sister of Violet I loiter, nurse at the hospital. Postmaster G. T. Hockensmith announced today that a meeting of the Linn county postmasters would be held tonight at 7 o'clock at the Hotel Albany, with a banquet opening the evening. Nineteen postmasters from Linn county towns will be present, with their wives being complimented guests. Leaves for La Grande Mrs. Lulo Patterson of Albany left today for La Qrande and the Wallowa country to spend ten days visiting relatives. Advanced Club to Meet The advanced first aid club is to meet Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Grace Wulluce, 828 East First. All advanced first aid students are welcome for the program of talks and discussion. Liq. Solder Tube Mr. French lias a number of pic- j tures of the San Francisco-Oak-1 land bridge now under construe-I linn VA'ilh limvi-inpt: of Iwiimi r-riYi ' Business Visitor N. O. Nisoly of Portland, a fro Fixes anything quent visitor in Albany, is spend Ida Frecrkson won first prizes; Mrs. W. D. Porter and Mrs. Frecrkson won second honors. Mrs. Lamar served a buffet luncheon. Seventeen members and five guests were present. The members are to meet with Mrs. W. G. Abraham at her home in Corvallis in two weeks. Those present at this meeting were Mesdames W. A. Muller, II. H. Abraham, Dick Duncan, J.-.C. Clay, W. D. Porter, Ernest Abraham, W. G. Abraham, Charles Uonuenkamp, Hans Koch, Harry Sprongor, Fred Sprenger, E. G. Pugh, Mrs. Ida Frecrkson, Mrs. Lena Pugh and Mrs. Leila Lamar. ing a iow nays nero. A business and social hour will feature the evening. - Mr. . Hockensmith . is president of the Linn county association of postmusters. Get our Prices on Sprays and Insecticides Agents for Hess' Stock Foods. A complete line. Plastic Wood QCc Thctu Ilho (o Meet The noW'Thetn Itho girls' club will hold a regular meeting at the 1. O. O. F. hall tonight at 8 o'clock. IS Small Size 1 TO iKT COMMISSION Oregon State College, Corvol-lis. May 1U. Arthur Gregory of Albany, senior in science at Oregon Stale college, will be awarded a commission as second lieutenant in the chemical warfare service of the Officers Reserve Corps of the United Stales army at the end of this term. Commissions will be given to 55 men who have completed four years of training in the ROTC at Oregon State. Stated Communication, 'A KpiV. i uesnny, :au p.m. St. JX Johns Lodge, A. F. & DR. TOWNSEND IS QUIZZED TUESDAY A.M. Refreshments will Putty Knives Each 50c Working at I'eniicv's Mrs. Nila Howard has accepted a , position at the Albany J. C. Penney Co., store. She is filling tho place made vacant by Mrs. Catherine Yates Smith, who has be served. Victor Olliver. ' ' Secretary. plpted next November. Trie bridge is eight and one-fourth miles lung, with five miles of this distance over water. The bridge is double decked with five lanes of travel cn the lower deck and six lanes on the upper deck. The bridge goes through a tunnel on an island in the bay, and is known as the longest bridge In the world. The piers of the bridge, 51 in number, are said to set new marks in engineering, going deeper under water than any previous structure built. Some of the piers are 237 feet below low tide. 'The cost of the bridge is $77,-fiOO.OOO. The cables bearing the weight of the bridge are made of (Continued from l'lute One) FOSHAY & MASON, INC. ALBANY, OREGON "pretty good man" and still has the "world by the tail," Admits Rumor Baseless That he allowed his picture to be displayed along with those of TODAY'S STOCK, GRAIN MARKETS j . , a 2 'Final Clearance of all Spring Coats Swagger I ; Suits, Tailored Suits, Knitted Suitsto go at , , MARKETS AT A GLANCE I H l nil,-, I I'n-.M Stocks off fractions to more than 2 points in moderate trading. o siranas containing 472 wires each, a total of 17.4154 wires mak ! -Bonds, irregularly tower; U. b. ing a total length of one wire of 70.000 miles. Tho diameter of the cable is 28 '. inches and weighs 1 1 nu pounds per loot. A fill in the buy is being made 5 ! government issues firmer. ! Curb, stocks off fractions to 3 : points; .quiet. j Call money I per cent. Foreign exchange: French francs j at gold point, sterling lower. ! Cotton, eases on report of ! beneficial rains. I Silver, bars in New York, 45!i. covering some 500 acres on which' ft the exposition is to be held celebrating the event of the completion of this bridge and the Golden Gate bridge also under construc off ' -i cent. tion. ! Rubber, off." to 10 points. Horry Wiley Gives Thanks for Support STOCKS ARE LIMITED IN SEVERAL LINESSO COME IN EARLY TO SHARE IN ' . , THESE BIG SAVINGS! Thanks for (he support which won him a republican nomination for Linn county representative Slocks New York, May 1.1. Slock prices gradually declined today until losses amounted to more than 2 points in a long list of representative isues. Volume was about the same as yesterday. Up to 'I p. m. sales were 700,00 shares. Sales approximated 910,000 shares, against USO.000 yesterday. Curb stock sales were 207,00110 against 224,000 shares yesterday. Dow Jones averages (preliminary): Industrial 147.411, off 2.8ti; railroads, 44.0ii, off 0.77; utility. 29.76. off 11.05. ; SPR NG COATS Formorly $12.95 to $22.50 were expressed today by Harry Wiley as follows: ' . ' "I wish to express by sincere thanks and api'iecialioii to the many voters who supported me in the primaries. "1 do not consider it a personal victory as much as a victory for progressive principles. Knowing, I Was one of the only candidates without the support of any organi- -'.4'! I if H i --'ill Ui feflrtllfflrlffiP m mm i k mmi IK mw s TAILORED SUITS Formerly $8.95 to $24.50 448ro?1225 SWAGGER SUITS Formerly $12.95 to $22.50 64ioll25 (iruin Chicago, May IS). With new Winnipeg and Liverpool, prices lows fur the season registered at cased in the wheat pit on the Chicago Hoard of Trade today. At the end wheat was off ss to 1 :ls cents, corn was off i to :l WHO KNITTED SUITS Formorly $6.95 to $19.75 $348 o $988 cent, and oats were ;1m hi '"S cent off. will pay WmI Huston, May 10 The hulk of the movement of wools in the country was reported in the Uos- ton market to be for dealer' ac your salary ii'hcii you're sixty? ! ' For ifpfin7.ii, ttrtf This Merry-go-round will take you places! counts, the U.S. agriculture do ; pai tment reported today. auitc vr cl rcc v.iiucs to $2 .95 Most of the large nulls were re HI II I U IN.ILV V ' lW Y Close out price .... 3 I WW ported to be remaining out of the of coll at styles! market except for occasional tion, assortment to JS3.50. Investors SPRING DRESSES ALL GREATLY REDUCED IN THIS FINAL CLEARANCE McDevittV . , Gentlemen, Arrow's spring mcrry-go-roenj can t.iicr you to new style heights! This spring our Arrow Shirts hit an all'time high in variety of pattern, originality of color comlnn.i- And while you're looting over the shirts don't miss the Arrow Ties, Handkerchiefs and Shorts! Shop this week National Arrow YX'eck. Syndicate a LIVING U I V I N G tf 1 1 l IV Fn PROTECTION M PROTECTION i W llYfl tA El If Box 213 SHOP Appreciation For the splendid vote given me 1 want to thank all who .supported and helped me in the last Primary election. Your continued support will also be appreciated in the general election in November. ADA K. PRATT Republican Nominee for l.inn t'ounly Treasurer J Albany. Ore. lban , Ore. 38e BLAIM CLOTHING coj "STYLISH CLOTHES F0 ;wisb Albany, Ore. f 6? CHAS. J. OLVIS Representative Albany. Ore. Phone 3-F-l' or 6t7 o o o

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