Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on March 30, 1936 · 2
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Monday, March 30, 1936
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MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1 936 PAGE TWO THt ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, AL B A N Y, 0 R E G O N Visions New War on Way Camera Clicks at Instant River Rips Through Dike tcmbcr Senders was elected state m.ister councilor and wilj prc--tr'p over the 19"6 conclave to be hrld at Astoria. May 819. He is otic of four DeMohys in Oregon who held a "blue lienor key" for gaining new members for the INSTALLATION FOR DEMOLAYS TO BE WEDNESDAY NIGHT InsUlIation of officers newly elected by Takena chapter No. 7LU. Order of DcMolay, will take hi i i ' 1 . NOTICE TO CITY KCBSCItinERS If your paper l.a not ben delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 o'clock call I). M. Robrbougk, phone 718-Y and a copy will be delivered by special carrier. Report all other complaints to the office, Phone 13 The Albany Democrat-Herald plnce ai a public ceremony to bej Schilling mm : - THE MEATMEE Oregon; ' UHiettlf d tonight and Tuesday with know or rain over southwestern , portion; slightly warmer; fresh changeable wind off coast Maximum temperature yes 4 x terday locally 47 degrees. Mini . i ' tj ' 'ill J! mum, temperature last night 27 de fines. Rainfall 22 of an inch River 7.8 feet. SAN DIEGO r-i held in the Masonic mil nere ui II p.m. Wednesday, it was announced today, Walter Stuart, state scribe and advisor of the local chapter, will be installing officer, assisted by Alan Lundbcrg, Portland, state senior councilor; Donald Fcltun, Corvallis, state junior deacon acting as junior councilor; Ralph Senders," Albany, btatc master councilor acting as marshal, und Robert Elgin, Salem, acting as standard bearer. Sidney Burt, retiring master councilor of the local chapter, will confer the majority degree on Neil Willis and George Blanchard. He will be assisted by other officers of the chapter. A dance will follow the installation rites. The following officers are to be installed: Henry Stewart, master councilor; Earl Fortmiller, senior councilor; Kenton Bradley, junior ciuncilor, Blair Warner, senior deacon; Allyn Stellmacher, junior deacon; Wayne Wilber, senior steward; Irvine Hood, junior steward; Frank Blanchard, chaplain; Jack Looney, marshal; Victor Groening, standard bearer; Milton Newport, almoner; Louis Dickson, Harold Banton, Robert Groshong and Rex Putnam, preceptors. According to word received by officers of the local chapter, Ralph Senders has been adjudged by the VUitor In Alny Hector MacPherton, prominent 9T 1 dairyman and farmer tn th (Jak-ville neighborhood and former member of the Oregon legislature, was an Albany business visitor Saturday afternoon; . In ' " ' ' "' '! i! J i From North Lebanon ,- 3. B. Keebler, farmer and road builder of the North Lebanon community, was on' Albany business visitor Saturday afternoon. M,. Juki at the moment tbo Minnesota river, a raging torrent swelled by neav ruiu .uo tbe tbaw. ripped a huge gap In this dike, the photographer, only a few feet away, snapped tbe 'remarkable scene. Tbe break-In tbe dike, wblcb Is normally 20 feet above tbe water level, threatened North Munkaiu. Minn., wltb a serious flood, as It was feared tbe river would surge through a new channel. ELCORTEZ HOTEL R O 6 MAN 6 8 A tH mo mif A DAV VUitor In Albany-Burt Powell of ' the Tallman Neighborhood transacted butiness and visited friends in Albany Saturday. Several other minor accidents, Miles MeKfiV Diet ' were reported during the week' At Salem Monday TODAY'S STOCK, GRAIN MARKETS end. Cars driven by Fred Pointer, Corvullis and Calvin Lewis, Har- 'a for each Try u. - m28-30 Wt have a hair cut member of the family. Terminal Barber Shop. : - I V-. risburg. collided at Third and, , ,A ,. Ellsworth streets, while E. Hurr,! Salem, Ore March -30 -Miles IJrownsviUe, and Virgil W. Morse H. McKey. 39. assistant state at-R.'F. . No. 4 Albany, were driv-! torney-general died early this ers of cars that met at Second morning after a two weeks ill, and Broadalbin streets. In neither ! "'" Doctors said his death was case was anyone injured. due to pneumonia. ; . McKey served as attorney for ' ,the industrial accident commis ' MARKETS AT A GLANCE (Hr l'nil4 Pm) Stocks irregular and very dull. Bonds irregular and dull. . Curb irregularly lower and dull. j ji DR. CHAN LAM Trent Salem P. D. Smith of Salem, active in the Ma oca be lodges of the state and father Of Jeah Smith Of Albany, was a business visitor In Al t ... J Call money of 1 per cent. Dollar loses part of recent gains. n A a . . . Cotton steady to 5 points lower. ueMOIOYS ASSIST Ot sion by appointment of Attorney-Goneial Van Winkle. He has been bany Saturday. Rubber firmed slightly towards Rainbow Installation with the state's legal department close, yince June I. 1924. H'.1 s survived grand council of the Order of De Molay as a "representative De-Molay." This, according to the local DeMolay authorities, is the highest honor that is awarded by the grand council to an active member of the order. To be adjudged a "Representative DeMolay" a member must submit a record of all-round development covering scholastic record, physical development and social, economic and spiritual concepts, Senders received more than ' 2800 points out of a possible 3000. Senders was initiated into Takena chapter No. 796 Order of De Molay in 1932, and since that time has held the offices of fifth preceptor, first preceptor, chaplain, junior deacon, senior deacon, senior councilor and master councilor of the chaptcr. At the thirteenth ennuat state conclave held in Albany last Sep- Chinese Medicine Co. Natural remedies) for disorders , of . liver, stomach, glands, akin at urinary ayatem of men and women. New discovery t-r aujrar diabetes witout the U e af insulin. it years in 'josim-ss. Naturopathic Y. hv his wife and two children, Stock Officers of Takena Chapter No. , Mcrcedes 8. and Robert, 6. Return Home Dr." and Mrs. D. V. Poling, after several weeks absence from Albany pn educational work in the state, returned to their home in Albany Saturday. New York' March 30. Tradinu l!)fi Orrii-r of DeMolav. drove W i Horn in Marion county, on June in stocks and bonds dwindled to- Hill boro Saturday nitfht to as 6, 1896, McKey was educated in Hand apnung dramatically In the pmiBinnate lervor of ht oratory, fremler Benito Mussolini of Iralv is shown here In characteristic po ' Predicting a Hew war. II Dure abollxhed Italy's chamber of deputies and all tare private Industrie In his realm, substituting for the clumber a coumll of guilds day to the lightest levels of the Sjst In the installation of the of- ',h iihanv nnhlit- sehnols and at T. Lam, N.D. Physieiana Goes to San Francisco visitors spending the weekend in On BaaineM Trip ' . Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Pfeiffer returned this evening from Salem where they had been, on a business trip for the day. . J. P. Alexander of the Alexan- Albany der of the Alexander Ford Motor company left yesterday by' train Upstairs Room t And 2. Venetian Theater BldK., Cor. First And Broadalbin Sts., Albany.. Office Hours: I p. m. to S p. m. Tueaday and Saturday Only. Consultation, Blood 1'ressure and Urine Tests Fret f for San Francisco to bring home Here For Vacation Leo Butts, who is attending the Llnficld college at McMinnville, is spending the spring vacation in North Albany, at the homo of his purents, Mr. und Mrs. A. Drink Water With Meals j Good for Stomach; Water with (nrala helps tomach juices, I niH iliirMttinn. If hlnatrol i,h on. a.1.1 ! year as traders remained on the (iters of a new assembly of the tended Albany college 2 years. He sidelines pending better indica- Order of the Rainbow. D. Bruce was graduated from the Univer- tion of the trend. Stuart Corvallis. supreme deputy : ,jty 0f Oregon law school m 1920, Dow Jones preliminary closing 0f the Rainbow in Oregon, insti- being one of the first two stud-averages showed industrial 155.36 tuted the-new assembly assisted ents 0 receive the degree o doc-off .18, railroad 46.81 off .35, utili- by officers of the various Port- tor 0f jurisprudence from that in-ty 31.81 off .06. lnd assemblies. Miss Mary Louise stitution. Volume approximated 960,000 oiliver, grand worthy advisor, in-! je scrvcd in the coast artillery shares, the lightest day since Octo- , stalled the new worthy advisor j reiierve. corps during the World ber 8, 1935, and compared with nnd the DeMolays performed the war ad Was only undergraduate 1,550,000 shares Friday. Curb crowning ceremony. ! of tlw University of Oregon to be sales at 369.000 shares were the Thosc attending from Albany I commissioned a captain. He has lightest since December 23 and wcrc Mrg vlctor oiliver; Miss! been active in I lie -reserve officers compared with 502,000 shares Fn- Mary LoUisc. oiliver. grand wor-: association and was commissioned ' ' ' ,, thy advisor; Miss Jean Merrill,; a major in August, 12'. . r . " "" worthy advisor of Barzillai as-i ' Chicago MaS? "so.-wheat fu- gSTS Visiting Educators tures displayed a slightly firmer s, ., Jr , t ibe stc. Af Chapel Monday tone on the board of trade today. rt acli mnslcr lmm-&n- of M naPel o"7 At the close May wheat was up; chaptcr No, 790. Alyn; V4 cent a bushel, while the new j su.umucher. Rex Putnam. Kred! Two visiting educators met on his son, . Jimmie, who has been spending a month there with relatives. Visitor in Albany L. R. Pickurd of Med ford was among the guests spending lust night in Albany at a local hotel. Goldie Chan, N.D, Chants. spovniui or Adltrika. one dose cleans out poisons and washes liOTH upper And lower bowels, roshar 4 Mason. Urufviits. Adv. Bemocrat-Herald Want Ads. Bring Result. Move to Benton County , Mr. and Mrs. Finlcy Whitney and daughter, Frances, recently of .Dallas, have located on a farm near the Children's Farm Home where Mr. Whitney Jias been employed. ; Brotherhood Meeting The next Interchurch ' brotherhood meeting of Albany is to be held In the Evangelical church on Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. To Serve on Jury " 1 H. H. Hern of Island Inn In the Lacomb neighborhood arrived In Albany this morning to serve as a Juror. He was accompanied by his daughter, Mary, who Is to be the guest of Miss Mildred Hooker, Meeting Place Changed The Women's foreign Missionary society of the First Methor dist church will meet in the social hall' of the church instead of the home of Volena Smith, 820 V. 4th St., Wednesday,' it was announced. - -. - - - Pinochle Tunis ht The Women of the Moose will Moving to Salem Leo Poppy, an employe at the Imperial cafe for several years, and family are moving today to Salem where Mr. Poppy has crops were uncnangea 10 n AndL.rson, m Bacon. Blair War-i the platform of the Albany col "EASTER SPECIAL" Our. experience in permanent waving has qualified us to offer you fully guaranteed waves, complete with shampoo, finger wave nnd haircut. ' .. . - WKIU'l . stage another of their weekly when Dr. A the at college' droppi .'n . i ii. ,u:u ner, Irvine Hood and Jack Hall. ' lee chapel this morning, oU IS& Anders Stuart. Putnam. Ba-j Jay Oliver ot week aided sentiment. Othcrjn and Anderson drove on to n d ui ed o the stud h American markets also im- Astoria Supnday to confer with . h'hn Dennett. tmoloMc V A mArif dm mnrlrnls ulun lm lesc chapel this morning, field ological of the pinochle parties tonight Moose temple, members lodge stated. tudents Dr. last Moving to Silverton Arlle Anderson and family of Brownsville, former residents of Albany, are moving to Silverton today to make their home. Andcr- profes- Mnri or of .Auburn Theological Sem while nere. s 1 l proved l,no o,f'tors of Ji,y Tuttle chapter. Corn finished . to U cent hich- Order of DeMolay. regarding plans I son Is also moving his stock of These waves are soft, becoming, and wtf believe, with more curls than any other shop in the, city. 75c L. O. O. M. Meetlnc The Loyal Order of the Moose will meet Tuesday night at 8 p.m. with nomination of officers being er, oats were up cent and rye merchandise. and arrangements for the state conclave to be held there gained to i cent. May 8-9. From SUvartoa . . . ... Wallace Cochran, a teacher in the schools at Silverton. spent the weekend in Albany visiting friends and relatives. . . a feature of the business session. inary, New York. Dr. Bennett, representing the Student Christian Movement of America, is appearing In north-w est colleges and universities. Previous to his Albany engage-mint he has been on the campuses of the University of Idaho, Wash-inuton State college and Oregon Two Are Hurt in We.kend Aceidtnti ! ' e txominer Mlcpah Club The' Mizpah club, is to ' meet Wednesday afternoon ut the home Announces Schedule Other waves from $1.50 to $5.00, which includes the-NEW RAY, Machiueless, Heaterless Permanent Wave Castle Permanent Wave Shop 107 Lyon Streets !. Phone 14 for Your Appointments of Mrs. Harney Mullcr, it was announced toduy. Stale colleue. He is scheduled to Two persons were injured and Returns From California-Morris Wright, who has been spending several months in California, arrived home several days ago. several cars were involved in! Glenn Bown automobile driv-;amioa. at Eueene tonight and the minor accidents at nnd near Al-iers' license examiner for the Ore 60 WPA Workers From Turner-Miss Clara Stewart of the Turn-er schools spent the wet'kend in Albany at the home of her purents. Return to Vancouver Mr. and Mrs. Del Morrison and little son of Vancouver, who have been visiting at the home of Mrs. Morrison's purents, Mr. und Mrs. Chas. ROhrbough, returned home yesterday. From Bweet Home L. D. and W. A. Kandull of the Sweet Home community were weekend visitors in Albany mak. ing headquarters at a local hotel. From WaldporV u " R. A. Cales of Wuldoort was Back on Projects Universities of Washington and lintish Columbia within the next week. Christianity of Civilization" was Dr. Bennttt's topic this morning, citing that people of today arc making Christian decisions fit Into twentieth century living. "Tho main issue -Christians of today have to. face is to acquire the knowledge of dealing with a new kind of tyranny'" he said. RTJK"I15fl5OTBSIEIIl VIIU in Albany . . John Buchanan, a teacher in the schools at Scotts Mills, spent the weekend in Albany at the home of his father, R. A. Buchanan. Returns to School-' 1 Miss Edith Calavan. a teacher In "the schools -at Nehalem, who spent the last week at her home in Albany on account of being 111, is returning today to her school. bany during the week-end. gon state department operators Hob Huston suffered shock and ; division, today announced that bruises late - Saturday when the during April, May. and June he automobile in which he was rid-1 will conduct examinations in Linn ing crashed into a parked car on 1 county as follows: the Albany-Corvallis highway; Albany: Tuesdays, April 14. 28, two and a half miles east of Cor-I May 12, 26, and June 9 and 23. vail is. His brother, Carl, escaped at the city hall,, from 9 a.m. to 3 Injury. Huston was confined to p.m. his home here today. ; Brownsville. Monday. May 11, Keith, 4-year old son of Prof, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the city and Mrs. G. Glenn Holmes,' was hall. struck and rendered unconscious f Harrisburg: Saturdays. April 18. late Saturday by a car driven by 'May 16, and June 13, from 11 a.m. Loren E, Wilson on Hrondway I to 4 p.m.. at the Wadsvvorth insur-street -between Ninth and Tenth, ianee office. near the child's residence. ! Lebanon: Mondays. April 27, According to the report on file May 25, and June 9 from 10 a.m. among the-out of town business Marshfiled, Ore., March 30. Sixty WPA workers ignored picket lines today and returned to Marsh-field relief projects. More than 140 workers continued to demand an Increase in wages from $44 a month to $00 for that period. In North Rend several workers reported to projects but soon left after conversations with picket linos. . The returning men represented the "buck-to-work" faction that developed late Saturday after almost a week of idleness umong the 200 workers, At a meeting Sunday night the "stand patters" came uninvited to dominate the session. SHEDD FOLK TO MEET Shedd," March 30. (Special) Mrs. E. W. Shedd is arranging a program to be given at the April meeting of the Shedd Community fashion 3ini. at police headquarters the child to 5 p.m. at the city hall ciuo. to De neia riiaay msm in Down will also be at Corvallis ! the Shedd school cymnasium. The ran in front of the machine and FROCK Or SIMri.E DESIGN StRVtS MANY ri'RPOSKS Pattern tli97 was hit by a fender. He was takon tin the following days: Wednesdays) refreshment committee has asked by Wilson to the Albany general j April 1, 15. and 20: May 13 and j that each woman attending fur-hospital, where it was found the (27 and June 10 and 24. from 9,nisit two dozen sandwiches ora hovs' injuries were not serious, uim. to 5 p.m. at the city hall, 'cake to be served at a luncheon The latter group voted earlier in You won't find it hard to think the dav to continue the strike. up use for -a practical a frock as " " j thitt will follow the meeting. ilr, Is Waste of Waters wear. 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" ' 1 : . t, o v.-n, !ITS A 'VERY g.HKi plan to have : all your fire int-uhuiee policies j L-heiked over each year. Chang-i ing values may show you lack I some insurance, or need a policy 'rewritten to evu'er new garage !.r a change in title. These arc honu- a'dv.i!t.rj;es oi our 'free" sur-j i V of your insuratu-e. ' Owen Beam Agency JI5 Sreamd Street 47S-U OppuMte Post Office. vt it' W ' 'a Ai ' . i " X& , vv-CV .---7 . With wstrr to the upper stories el houics ana tne ihko roimv tiiiumn the mausirwi awticis oi '"''W-burgli, damage mounted Into millions. Him sunuiu.m-l.u toiy dis'.iui w.ii one of the hardest hit In the , Uit!.en area, mita the toll et lives counted at 100. ' . ' i 1

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