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Wednesday, May 20, 1936
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PAGE TWO THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1936 As Keyes Quadruplets Visited Quins at Callander Nursery spent last night in Albany at the home of his mother, Mrs. L. M. Palmer. He reports the Albany musicians doing well there. MAPPING .s. vf1 i Visit in Albany- Ferdinand Hassler. He was the first man to run this bureau and he was started off by the personal appointment of the president in 181B. The president called, him into his office and asked him what salary he wanted, Hassler said he wanted $5,000. ... "He got the $5000 and the job. The bureau has been surveying ever since." NOTICE TO CITI SUBSCRIBERS If, your paper has not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 o'clock call D. M. Rohrbough, 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 SPANS 140 YEAR Mis. Wilma Morrison and little son of Vancouver, Wash., arc spending this week in Albany at the home of their parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Char les Rohrbough. On Official Husinrss Tom Williams of Salem, for many years in the government , Washington. Mapmakers have busy in the United States for 140 years under direct supervision of the government, but their job is far from finished. Commander J. H. Hawley, acting head of the Commerce Department's Coast and Geodetic Survey, explains the task by picking up a pencil to resemble a checkerboard. From cross-hatch to cross- revenue service, was in Albany yesterday on official business. I It's quite a job. There are 100,-000 miles of coastline to be marked and 32,000 miles of this be-; longs to continental United States. Most of the rest is Alaska's. I Describes Surveyors' Work This is the way they go about it. Surveyors pick a point on the i coast and fix its latitude and longitude. Then they figure out its relationship to the average I height of the tide. That establishes level above the sea. This fixes a definite point from which to ! work inland for knowledge of Albany Day on Radio On next Wednesday at 11 a. m. over KOIN, the Bedell's store of Portland is to give a program on Albany as a recreational center. TIIK WEATWUR Orafion: fair tonight and Thursday, but unsettled in northwest poi-ttrtR; .light loeal frosls in east porfiAt lonightji warmer' in fantcTj-ioroi south portion Tliurs'dny; moderate northwest wind off coast. Maximum temperature yesterday locally B6 degrees; minimum hatch Commander Hawley's pencil jumped. "You see," he said, "the entire Through the cooperation of the Albany folders will be distributed. job is by no means complete be cause we have Portland chamber of commerce A request for 300 more folders only begun to I both vertical and horizontal posi-'basic control tion. . round out our project,' That v. temperature last night, 4o degrees; rainfall, i. 23 of an inch; river, 4.4 to divide the: 1 have been made to the local chamber of commerce. . feet. country into 100-mile squares of i latitude and longitude, with cx-i act elevations above sea-level at! established points to allow topo- R y a I s Gets Lease On Warehouse Space Undergoes Operation- We have a hair cut for each ' member of the family. Try us. Terminal Barber Shop. m20 Jean Beard, 13-year-old of Captain Harry L. Beard of graphical mappers to have a ba The quadruplet Keyes Sisters of Texas joined in the world's delighted amazement over the Dionne quintuplets when they visited the babies at the nursery in Callander, Ont., during their trip to Canada to invite Dr. R. A. Dafoe. the quins's physician, to attend the Texas Centennial celebration. And as preparation for his visit, they initiated Dr. Dafoe to the sombrero and serape worn in the southwest. Pictured outside the quins' nursery are, left to right Mary and Mona Keyes. Dr. Dafoe, Roberta and Leota Keyes. Farm Sold . The farm belonging to R. J. Fisher and located northwest of Hulsey, consisting of 302 acres, was sold to Otto A. Wclgen, a new arrival from Nebraskn. Mr. Wetgen arrived here last year and sis upon which to work. "Many times we find places which are not actually where they think they are. There was, for instance, an island in the Philippines which was 14 miles away from where the charts listed it. Offshore Progress Slow ' "Why in plenty of our offshore Announcement was made today that the old Murphy warehouse at Water and Ferry streets has been leased by Gordan Ryals, proprietor of the Ryals Truck service operating between Albany and Portland for use as a combined freight terminal and headquarters of a feed and seed business which O. S. C. and a niece or Mrs. jvincK Jenks of near Albany, underwent an operation for appendicitis Monday night of this week. She was unable to accompany her Camp Fire companions to Newport last Sunday as she was ill at the time with complications developing later. ' . TODAY'S SCORES mentary education. Afterward he information about curcnt opera-attended Valparaiso university , tions. It is hoped that all members university where he received his will attend and take an active part law degree in 1910. That year heiin the meeting, because this is a TODAY'S STOCK, GRAIN MARKETS after spending the winter decid National League R, ed to make his homo in the Wil- was married to Ada Douglas, com H. E. splendid opportunity to get ques Leonard auiveys we are just replacing wjn be coenducted by lumettc valley and is taking im '""i" "y "- oiu opaniaras. Haglund for Mr. Ryals. Chicago Brooklyn . . . tions answered and develop a bond of better understanding be mediate possession. The sole was 2 6 5 11 13 0 Root and Hartnett, Mr. Ryals said today that in ad1 made through the office of Tripp Lee, French tween the local associations and ing to Oregon immediately ufter-ward. They located at Albany where Mr. Johnston entered the practice of law and was deputy district attorney of Linn county and at one time .city attorney of wuiiiinuiiutri nawicy Slopped 10 point over a bas-relief map of a bunch of islands and ocean to a hooknosed bust that stood unnn . a MARKETS AT A GLANCE (!! 1'niieil lri.m) Stocks, fractions to 3 points higher In. dull turnover. Bonds, irregularly higher; U. S. & Murphy. . . the district bank. A good part of , O'Dea; Mungo and Berres. Attend Funeral Mrs. r J. H. Ralston, who is spending a few.. weeks in Portland at the home of her brolher, Charles Stewart, was a brief visitor in Albany yesterday on her return to Portland from , attending the Johnston furiorul Jn, Eugene, -v . .. ,. : dition to selling feeds and seeds he will continue to buy eggs, veal and live poultry as he has been doing for several years. He has been operating his freight line regularly for seven years. Returns Home- governments score broad advance. Mrs. Minnie L. Bilyeu has re E. bookcase. The bust looked like an 1 old Roman Senator. 3 ! "That man." he said, "is old Albany und of Harrisburg. They came to Eugene in 1923 R. II. Pittsburgh , 9 9 Philadelphia 3 8 Weaver and Todd; Zachary, Moore and Grace. turned home after spending the past six months visiting her E. the session will be devoted to informal round-table discussion." A representottive of the production credit division of the farm credit administration will also be present to explain how-seasonal crop and live stock loans are made through the local cooperative production credit asso Curb stocks irregularly higher. Call money 1 per cent. k Foreign exchange steady. Cotton unchanged to 8 points IS Mr. Johnston practicing law until 1930, when he was elected to the office of justice of the peace. He was renominated at the republican primaries the day before daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Christensen at San Diego, Cel. Mrs. Bilyeu reports the fair a worth-while attraction. R. H. E. From Salem Hnzpl Curtis of Salem was. lower. Rubber 4 to 6 points lower.. Silver bars in New York 44-li, off cent. .imone the out of town visitors I Return to Portland his death. spending last night ,, at . a local I Mrs. Ed Shea and Mrs. Floyd Mr. Johnston was a member of Cincinnati 10 15 3 Boston 8 11 1 Derringer, Frey, Hilcher, Bren-nan and Campbell; Chaplin, Mac-fayden, Smith, Babich and Lopez. ciations. All farmers and others interested in the cooperative method of farm financing are invited to "sit in" at the meeting. South returned to their homo in hotel. Portland this morning after Visit in Cottage Grove- spending two days here at the home of Mrs. A. Stark, a sister of Mrs. Shea. While here thev as River lodge of the A. F. and A. M. and all the York Rite bodies of the A. F. and A. M.; of the R. A. M., and R. and S. M. and the Knights Templar. He was past worshipful master of the Albany lodge, high priest of the R. A. M. at Albany and past com Mrs. Floyd Maye and Mr. arid Mrs. Robert W. Dnvls of Albany YOUTH GROUP sisted in the formation of nn Slocks New York, May 20. Stocks advanced fractions to 2 points today without benefit of increased volume, while bonds made an Irregular recovery featured by new highs in 13 U. S. government issues. Wheat led a rise in grains, closing 1 to 2Ts cents a bushel hinhpr. spent Sunday in Cottage Grove R. H. E. St. Louis j 7 14 3 New York . , 10 12 1 Parmelee, Winford, Hallahan and Davis; Schumacher, Heuser and Mancuso. auxiliary to the Albany Lions visiting relatives and friends. club. TO STUDY PEACE mander of the Knights Templar in Eugene. Oh Official Business Frank Ptirslev of Eiufonp. rlen Ho is survived by his widow. uty federal income tax officer, is Oil shares acted as a drag! Mrs. Asa Douglas Johnston; a American League R. Philadelphia 0 Chicago 4 Classes Still Open The WPA adult education classes in Albany will continue until June 10. There is still time to get n great deal from these various classes for those starting now, it is announced. These classes ore spending the day in Albany on official business. H. 7 12 Geneva. Representatives of on the stock list until late in the day when they loined the rise. Sales were 600,000 shares, com daughter. Frances, and a son, Robert, besides two brothers and a sister in Illinois. youth groups throughout the world will wrestle with the prob Let Ted & Fred eliminntc the lems of preventing future wars squeaks from your car, We call for and deliver your car at no- extra pared with 910,000 yesterday. Curb sales were 109,000 shares against 207,000. Dow Jones preliminary closing nverages: industrial, 148.- and organizing peace at a world open to the public and free to ovcryone. Among the subjects now congress which meets here from charge. Tcdlock & Forster, 1st & Special Farm Loan Conference Called being taught are typewriting, Aug. 31 to Sept. 7. Jackson Sts. Phone 375. ' mlO-21 91, up 1.49; railroad, 44.41, up The gathering, which will be 0.35; utility, 30.01, up 0.25. bookkeeping, dressmaking, photograph tinting, rugmaking and knitting. presided over by Sen. Henri Rolin of Belgium, head of the Interna ADVERTISING MAN VISITS E. F. Woodman, field executive of Smith & Drum, Inc., Los Angeles advertising agency, was a visitor in Albany Wednesday calling on G. H. Safley, local agent for General Petroleum Corp., and on the Democrat-Herald. Advertising in Albany and Eugene has increased the sale of Mobilgas, the advertised product, to four times that of the unadvertised brand of General gasoline, says Woodman. Albany, Ore. PHONE 264-J Business Visitor W. J. Winbcrg from Portland wns among the out of town business visitors spending last night in Albany. Over Barrett Bros. Store We have just installed the newest X-ray equipment, giving you the last word in improved dental service. To Drive to Albany tional Federation of League of Nations societies, will discuss pos Mr. and Mrs. D. F. King will leave Manhattan, Kan,, on May 22 sible cures for the world's ills under three main headings: na All national farm loan association members of Linn county are invited to attend a special stockholders' meeting at Lebanon, May 28. it is announced by T. G. Cow-gill, secretary-treasurer of NFLA group set-up at Lebanon, who is making local arrangements. The meeting will begin at 1:30 In the Grain Chicago, May 20. Visions of an impending "squeeze" in May wheat sent shorts scurrying to cover today, mid the current month spurted sharply upward on the Chicago Board of Trade. At the end wheat was up 1 to tions and the League of Na to drive to Albany for u visit, according to word received by relatives. Mis. 'King was- Alice Bonar of Albany. Returni Home . ... . Mrs. Eastman, a resident of Albany who has been visiting relatives in Texas, has returned to Albany to again make her home here. tions; the economic and social organization of the world, and moral, religious and philosophical bases of peace. t. :- ss-iiia, oiiii .in oik u Hi 1 hall. Lebanon National fun! n.itu worn iioi!, .,n,i.,rl I Trust Expert Here up Bank Bldg.. Lebanon. Oregon. 'Under the first heading, two John B. Ebinger, expert on to off ', i cent. "This informal assembly will be ' lectures -will be given, one on the trust administration and estate management of the First National Bank of Portland, is in Albany Johnston Funeral Is Held at Eugene Roost Convention Clarence Redmnn, A. Hoffman and T. A. Reynolds of Portland spent last night in Albany boosting for the Northwest convention of Sheriffs and policemen to be held in Portland June 15-18. this week conferring with C. M. Howard, manager of the Albany branch. Mr. Kbinger has recently of vital interest to all farmers who own NFLA voting capital stock and who thereby have an indirect ownership interest in the Land bank of Spokane," Mr. Cow-gill points out. "The purpose is to give local stockholding member-borrowers a full explanation of the program for decentralizing the district land bank's operations, rebuilding this completed a survey of trust ser vice in use throughout the Unit ed States. houie HUDSOM against any other Eight in your own driving test!" The funeral of Dan Johnston of Eugene, a former attorney of Albany who died Saturday in the Pacific hospital at Eugene, was held from the Veatch chapel there THANK YOU 1 wish to thank my many friends Monday afternoon with interment cooperative mortgage system Moving to I.Inn County . L. D. Halo of lone, in eastern Oregon, and fnmily are moving to Linn county to make their home. Mr. Hale is a brolher of Mrs. H. R. Westbrook and is locating in the Tangent neighborhood whore they have bought n farm. among the Republican Party of Linn County for my nomination as in the Rest Haven Memorial park around the local associations and Republican eumlidnti' for State revitalizing the principle of farm-jer ownership and farmer control. I "Officials of the bank will be organization of peace and the other on collective security and disarmament. The economic and social aspects of the discussion of the third problem, throe points of view the Protestant, Catholic and philosophical will be stressed. All three subjects will be referred to special committees for further study. The congress has three stated objects. The first is "to provide an opportunity for youth in all countries to exchange ideas on international affairs and to reach agreement upon n common plan of international cooperation for the prevention of war and the organization of peace." The second is "to discuss concrete possibilities of co-operation of youth of all countries, based upon mutual understanding and mutual respect for opinion, to attain those ends." The third is "to strengthen the links between the organizations of youth themselves and between youth and the League of Nations Societies." : 1 The Masonic order conducted the services at the grave. Mr, Johnston was born September 23. 1HH2, at Chapman I'oinl, Legislature. If elected ill November 1 pledge myself to vote for the best present to discuss this program interests of Linn county ti net Ore 111., where be received his elc- fully and give members complete gon. Howard C. Rowlee m2(l Business Visitor C. J. Shedd of Shrdd 'transacted business and visited friends in Albany yesterday. WOMEN PLAN MKKTING Members of the Albany Town- A Coat of Arms send club auxiliary announced today that the group will meet at From Klamath Falls Robert Fischer of Klamath Falls, a member of the Oregon Hill Billies, now playing there. 30 p. in. tomorrow in the Al-iny Hostess house. Answer to Previous Puzzlo FTSI 0asiio)i 3i lilt cow. IS Amphibian. 19 To percolate. 22 Chatter. 23 To peruse. 27 Pertaining to a narrison. 30 Skillet. 32 Amidst. 33 Obscure. 34 Aye. 36 Kindled. r-lfJRlAN K KiN0Xl RDilRlAN COL. 0'fclRBfN EBBBTO FRANK tHbIe P Allf A U KUQY O DflN "W 0 RIO ENT W A DIE S BRAN TQR EiPQS T AIM P L I P SH8 O R lEj&nA RTT A L C EllsiA V A 1 NlTjSPNtE P c onclo t nsn n igOs e. ahria l j rr 'ajp AiRrrnR N El AIR E SlTURlE P E Arris HORIZONTAL I The coat of arms of . 11 Note In srulo. 13 rertiiliiliig to blr.ts. It English coin. 15 Adult female. 17 Shut up. 18 Adorns. 10 Strain. 21 Before. ti An equal. 24 Nntlvu inotal. "5 PONSPRB08. U I'rofiiuiiil. braking system operating from the same brake pedal if ever needed. Plus a third braking system from tho easy handling parking brake. CHECK ECONOMY! Hudson beat all other Eights in the Los Ange-les-Yoscmite Economy Run, averaging 22.54 miles per gallon, no coasting. CHECK SAFETY! No other tight within $140 of Hudson's price gives you a body all of steel, with solid, seamless steel roof. CHECK LONG LIFE ! We'll show you total mileages that w ill open your S - ' owner records of 150,000, 200,000 miles and up. Ask other Eights to match them! Come in today for a "Discovery Drive." Judge Hudson by your own test, on any route, against anv other Eight. D.ilton Gibbs and Vic Hughson,' Hudson Dealers. PATENT EXAMINER ONLY 19 Toledo Hugh A. Kirk, 19. of Toledo, is the youngest member of the United States Patent Office examining corps. Kirk was graduated from high school at 14. and from the University of Toledo, cum laude, at 17. Ho has reported for work in Washington. This isn't a "chip-on-the-shoulder" challenge, but a friendly invitation. Make this test with a Hudson . . . over any route you pick. Make it with any other Eight, regardless of price. And let the best car win ! LOOK! Let the style of this 1936 Hudson speak for itself. STRETCH! You'll have to go $240 above Hudson's price to equal a Hudson in size (whcelbases up to 127 in.) and all-around roominess. STEER! Something brand new here . . . Tru-Line Steering and Radial Safety Control patent applied for. Both cxelusive on Hudson. RIDE! We'll back Hud son's Rhythmic Ride against the ride in any other Eight. GO! You can't match Hudson's power for nearly double Hudson's price ... or I ludson smoothness at any price. STOP! No other Eight gives you finest hydraulics with a separate safety 37 Line a suit ntiATtojNn A R A orm of "be." 39 Fi 41 To drink T 2S Measure of 51 Antelope. - 53 Part. 29 Paid publicity. 55 Cravats. 31 Formal march. T6 Cessation. 33 24 hours. ts Monkeys. 35 The populace. 69 : of 3 sh'P- Bolletslo sepa- 2 Always. 3 Alcoholic drink 4 Obese 5 Upon. 1 6 Patterns. 7 To Irak. 8 Crippled. dog-fashion. 42 Moat. 43 Butter lumps. 44 Breakwater. 45 Rones. 46 Cod of sky. 4S War flyers. 50 Insect's egg. 51 Fuel. 53 To consume 54 Hoof point covering. TIPLEY PIANO , SCHOOL Oxford Classical (Advanced - Kindergarten) Waterman Jazz New K. P. Hall, 2nd A Lyon St. Phone 547-J. Friday Afternoons Lcnorc Tiplcy, Instructor iuiouriesy title. rates It from 3s Intention. Labrador (pi.) 9 Northwest. 60 It Is the oldest 10 Drone boe. colony. It- Is part 01 i-mii.t.a tbift COlOIlV. HUDSON PRICF.S BEGIN AT 40 Not hollow 44 llortmr. 47 Soft nisss. 45 !-. 49 pintit v 12 Onus of geese 56 Point. 1 Hack of neck, lfil.owttiir i.f a 57 Half an em : 3.1 ,. fife M-V A H- tJ fLU 710 Summer Chic Is Cool, Crisp and Easy for You to Make ... Pattern 4007 . Why not turn dressmaker for a few hours some afternoon : stum and make this vaptivntmg sports frock- to brigtiteli up your summer wardrobe? There's plenty of variety allowed for in the pattern, too. If you don't care for puff sleeves, they are equally 'attractive in the straight "Shutmoker" fashion und if the cunning little revers are not exactly to your Uiste, just button them all the way up and you have a plain collar. Two kick pleats in the skirt allow for action. Choose a printed cotton, or skirting and top it off with bright nobby buttons. Or it you prefer a solid color, plain pique or linen would be effective. Pattern 4007 is available in sbes 12, 14. IK. 1H. 20. 30, 32, 34. 36 38, 40 and 42. Si.e 16 takes 3: yards 3ti inch fabric. Illustrated step-by-step sewing instructions included. Send FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) In coins or stamps (coins preferred) for this Anne Adams pattrrn. THIRTY CENTS (30c) for both. Write plainly name, address and stvle number. UE 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"! Cirty, practical f'Ti ks to cheer you at work. Lovely pa'ty frocks and sports clothes I" flutter you at play. Collars, blouses, skirts for multiplying costume. Chic slenderizing styles. Patterns for tots. Fabric and accessory news. PRICE OF BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS. HOOK AND A PATTERN TOGETHER, TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Address orders to Democrat-Herald, Pattern Pcportuieut. Take a "DISCOVERY DRIVE" with the ELECTRIC HAND Flick inter . . . and (ran thidt The ftp wit to drive . . . easier, later. With a dear floor in front . . . real foul-end-lef eomfort for three front-ieat passenjferil 1 he Electric Hand is an optional extra art irriM n amy mkrr Eiht. Utlrtil, Io.iW mup mf PICK YOUR DtAit itKFUtJTO O-THtN PICK ' M 6 CAH I tttistrin nrra. M 10 124 H. V.-n up lo 127 loch.. SA E-ith the new Hl'DSON-C. I. T. 6 r Toll U. FIND THE C DEPENDABLE USED CAR BARGAIN YOU WANT AT- KiiJ(el Til er Ion oiuntbly paymeolt. Let Albany 0 wners Tell You Why They Bought HUDSONS HERE ARP A FEW . v OTHER NAMES ON REQUEST 1 xjutuh tmr nn Or 7 1 t.ii si Lei S W? , -11 1JT1 14ffffiJ Johf Cox, Shcdd, Ore. Milton Newport, Tangent, Ore. Spencer Long, 826 E. 4th St. Woods Bros,. 5th and Washington tnntioc Sftiiriei1- I mI. dark blue S I titush vwtht cream eol- I ored wheels, trunk rack A I n..l c.n.t lii'l.t t.),f,! 3) st y. rubber, motor DALTOW Gl&frSead VIC HUGHSON Hudson-Terrapljne Dealers O Second and 'f&shington Streets IVTLX BY HUDSON TTRRAPLANC $595 AND VP: HUDSON SIX. 710 AND Iff- HUDSON sopes stuaisht kcht. sria and up. r.o.s. Drrnorr ' ' fitV wiutiliim S'MTCOQ) 'ill' and Lyon Sts. Phone 10 U o o

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