Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on April 1, 1936 · 2
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PAGE TWO r WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1936 THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON .-Woman Soldier of '61 Is 111-' A. alone: B, wilh other flowers or DeMoloYJ to Confer any foliage. ' Div. 14. Any arrangement of Degrees Wednesdoy bunch flowering types. A. tlone; B, "It1 LINN UTILITY REPORT FILED tCnminuM frwm f'Mn, 0t- with othr-r flowers or foliage. 'Div. 15. Anv arrnsment usinl Neil Willis. PMC, and George Blinchard will receive the majority degree of thetOrder of IMo- NOTICE TO CITY Kl'BSCRIBERS If your paper' l.s not been delivered by your Albany carrier' by 6:00 o'clock call D. M. Rohrbough. rhon 71M and1 a copy will be delivered by special carrier, Report all other complaints to the office, Phone 15 The Albany. jrop5ftjrJd four years and $336,491 for 26 doubles with cx without other years. ' ' - flowers or foliage. lay tonight at a public ceremony at f ine set-up assumea w nypo- Div ifl Centre rjiece of flowers the Masonic Temrjle at 8 d. m. S id- t weucai ana muy never yu i- .Qf Easter tabe, Only woman in the U S receiving Civil War pension as a combatant, "Aunt Julia" Msrcum, pictured as she recently observed her 91st birthday In Williamsburg. Ky. Is seriously 111. In an 1861 raid on 'her TeOnensM horn e. h killed a Confederate sol-, filer ylth an a. , imnea. tne commission saia. 711 Div 17Arrangement of low-disregardi. completely the cxs- , gnrubg . under 12 )n in ney Burt, master councilor of Ta-kena Chapter No.- 796, will confer the degree which signifies that these two members reach their majority this year and cease to be active members in the order. . jience 01 tne cuMriDUiion uru-s ana height; g ov ,2 jn hcighl; the I other electricJl facilities 'of C, Japanese Quince. Uu.,m wwj, j-.. Div la.A, Primulas in any (assumes that the district would 1 container: B. Violas in any con- Henry Stewart will be installed mm tcure ou per cent 01 uie present uiner. c any arrangement of as new master councilor of the ; unserved potential customers and 5hort gtemmed flowers; D. blue chapter by a team of high-ranking I that these would pay the same and yellow arrangement; E, ar- state officers from Portlafnd, Cor- ; amount for- cervtee as the average rangement of pasteI shades. vaUis, Salem, anJ Albany. Earl '' V- , WEATHER k ; .V. 19, .JRound corsage, using FortmiUcr will be installed senior by the company. ' lare paper background. . councilor and Kenton Bradley, Tne commission saia it couia. Div. 20. Any arrangement copy- junior councilor; ,-: refill An additional feature will be the f'p ? ' . t r 1 not recommend a plan of serving ing a picture of flowers. Picture to the entire district at the start. 7 I accompany. -. v ' Must Build or Buy 1 .. t)iv. 21. Wild flowers. A, separ-Maln question to be answered ate varieties; B, mixed varieties; in considering the advisability of C, arrangement of wild shrubs. . creating the district, the report J Div. 22.' Arrangement of any continued, - was whether lower. flowers not previously mentioned. Over Barrett Bros. Store Albany,' Ore. , rilO.NE 264-J ' . . . . Office open 9 a.m. to S pan. Every dy, Saturday incUjdcd. rates could be obtained or service extended without increasing rates. presentation to state master councilor Ralph Senders of a citation signifying that he has been adjudged a "representative De-Molay," the highest honor that can come to a member of the order. John Vannice- will be presented with an "honor key" for gaining new members! his will be the fourth awarded to an Oregon De-Molay, the others being held by Ralph Senders. Albany, Robert Zweifel, LaGrande, and Richard Roberts, Medford. The evening, will close with a dance in the ballroom of the Masonic Temple. Rates could not be cut, the commission pointed out, until the con TO PAY'S STOCK. GRAIN MARKETS Oregon artd Washington: Unsettled with occasional know tonight and Thursday, but turning to rain In west portion;- alowly . rising temperature; -Increasing southeast vdrtd Off toast.1 . ,i . Maximum tempitrature yesterday locally, 49 degrees; minimum temperature lasf'night, 32 degrees; river, 4. feet, '. ' t ( Talk Convention 1 ' Mrs. Walton', department president of the V. F. W. auxiliary; Mrs. Cecille Hardy, department secretary; and Mrs. Cecille Porter, apartment 'chief of staff, all of Portland, ere ' here' Tuesday afternoon to confer- with local aujciliary officers on plans' for the state convention to'be held here in May.' s J""' J W.C.T.U. ta Meet: ' ' The W.C.T.U. will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the First ' Presbyterian church. Mrs. Mary Clair will' lead devotional on the topiir'';1Tmpornce and Missions.'-Wr. 'Sam Cochran will sumption of electric power was in creased or indebtedness retired. If the district planned to own and operate its , own distribution system, the report said, the Moun tain States' holdings would have to be purchased or condemned, or a competing system built. With B Mountain States' service extend ing into Marion, Polk, Benton, and MARKETS AT A GLANCE By United Press Stocks fractions to more than 3 points higher and slightly more active. Bonds: Corporations higher; U. S. governments irregular. Curb: Higher, quiet. Call money: of 1 per cent. Dollar: Slightly lower, French franc firm. Cotton: 11 to 18 pointn lowecr. Rubber: Around 10 points higher. . Coyote Trappers Assigned to Linn iiTh MATCHED MAKE UP Lane counties, the commission said it could not estimate what damages would be charged for equip aiti nir ment the district would not need. From Nashville , ! Mr. and Mis. E. P. Walling of Kashville, Lincoln ' county were among the out of town visitors in Albany last night. . past seven years, Mr. arsh stated.' tie' will remain on the coast for the remainder of the year, then returning to his homo in New York City. "The district with its wide ex panse of thinly settled rural territory presents a much different lead the discussion. problem than has been success' luiiy met in tne cases of some Rualnru Visitor : ' ' . Minister Reelected By Ookville Church Visitors In Albany-Mrs. Fred Masson and two children, of Mount Vernon, Wash., were visitors In Albany lust night on a trip through the state. John Stecn, a prominent turkey raiser of the Rock llill neighborhood south of - Lebanon, was a AIM - Stocks New . York, April 1 Industrial stocks' led a broad vise in the stock exchange today, carrying the Dow Jones Industrial average to a new high since 1931. Dow Jones preliminary closing brief business visitor tn Albany on municipalities ; that undertook operation of competitive systems," the report said. "The decision of the people on the matter of whether or not the district shall be formed is not necessarily the vital decision. The creation of the district does not, of itself, embark the people on a Linn county losses of cattle due to coyote maraudings are now assured of reduction through a cooperative arrangement with - the U. S. biological survey, it was announced today by County Agent Floyd C. Mullen. The county agent said that within the last week two additional trappers have been added to Linn county and will devote their work throughout the summer in trapping coyotes. The county agent explained that although the loss from coyotes is not serious in Linn county there continues to be some damage caused by. these animals in certain localities. Cattle owners who are experiencing losses from coyotes ore requested to contact the county agent, who in turn will cooperate with the federal trapper. Oakvllle. (Special) At the annunl congregational meeting of the Willamette Memorial church, Oakville, Tuesday evening. Rev. E. J. Clark Was re-elected as pastor hii way to (Salem. . , . r EOLLER SKATING Albany Armory Thurs. night Business Visitors H. A. HoUjster and K. P. Kober, public accountants of Portland, arrived In Albany last evening to work for a local firm. averages showed: Industrial, 15K.-98, up 2.64; railroad, 47.70, up 0.77, and utility, 32.43, up 0.50. alp oy a unanimous vote. Volume approximated l.buu.ouu : Reports show all departments of the church to be In a healthy KOAC Prosrsm Tonight . MunitiDal aHaim to be-tlls shares compared with 1,1)10,000 rhaios yesterday. Curb sales were 401,000 shares . compared with 290,000 shares yesterday. condition. ., Sort Born--' ' Mr.1 and Mrs." Lrland Wells of Jefferson became the parents of an 8-pound son this morning at the .-Li Ct a UVi r f t 'Recall Products, ftuarantnd no .JyO-XOU. GUARANTEE giVeS . money-back tuu. prot.et nmmir nnnTrnTinii Iwth you and yonr monpy. b you DOUBLE PROTECTION .(.. i sure-tuu cussed this evening from .7:45 to The treasurer reported the mis program of ownership and operation of a --..power' project. If an election is held on the question of forming the district, and election of directors thereof, no bond issue or question Vjf policy in the matter of position or construction of an electrical distribution system will be involved in such election.. Should the district' be creat B 05 over KOAC. "Looking Ahead sion budget overpaid and all expenses for home work paid with with League of Oregon Cities" Is the subject of discussion by Q, C. Grain Chicago, April 1. Wheat fu ToSBeS Spedafl vJ llclter of Bend, presiident of the i - ;;. 1 Leaves for Fortind-i- tures rallied moderately on the board of trade today after new crops again had fallen to new Barton Is Honored By Townsend Club ed,., an organization would be available fur making a complete investigation of the possibilities Albany General hospital. fehrllchs lave Paushter ' f Mr. and Mrs.1 ugd , Ehrlich of Albany are the parents of an pound H;iughvr; born to them this morning at tne Albany General hospital. ; - " ' ' At Albany General '' ' Ed S. Hawker of Albany was seasonal lows on breaking of the WW in mo treasury. Officers re-elected were C. H. Brown, chairman; Mr. George Adams, secretary; .Mrs. George Mlllhollcn, treasurer; Victor Yates, chorister; Mrs. Victor Yates, pianist. Otto Stockton and Wlllard Brown were elected trustees. Election of officers for the Bible LORIE TOILET SOAP or acquiring electrical facilities, The decision as to whether or not the' district shall be formed must Perfumers of six bars of By Lorle Handsome box. fine toilet soap for be made by .the peppje of the ter 59c ritory." drought in Kansas. At the close wheat was near the day's highs. May was up !ix cent net and about 1 Vj cents above the low which was the bottom level since last December. New crops were Mi to ty , cent higher and cent over the lows. Corn rallied 4 cent, oats firmed V4 to as cent nnd rye rose school resulted in M. S. Coon for superintendent; Ralph Miller, as tdmltted the Albany General hospital yesterday to receive med 'Signing -the report were A. J, Det-by. H6od "River, chairman: MASCAL'S ALMOND . LOTION -. -.- - , , Fine for hands and rough skin and an. excellent powder base: Liberal, full size CA-16-oz bottle ........ f'C TALCUM POWDERS Orange Elossom, Itose jasmine, Lavender""' nnd Other" ' odors. Good quality, your " OKg choice at v sistant superintendent: Vcrnita ical treatment. Thomas, son of Mrs. Claire Aldrich of Albiny under Coon, pianist. George W. Joseph, Portland, vice-chairman and Charles E. Stricklin Directors of music lor the fol L.. v. uiru, auiu uiu-.hmju iui the Albany' Auto corripany, has won first honors In the number of Chevrolet cars he has sold and Is leaving this sfterndon for Port-lund to receive Ms award this evening at' a meeting of the 100 Chevrolet club banquet and program. He U to be accompanied by his family. " ' ' ' " ? ' t, .1 -jr f Bad tVeath'tr In rortland C. M. Doljurhldo and . E. Mat-ison, local rciltore, returned last evening from,' Portltihd. They report Quite a trnow storm in Portland and fof many miles this side. Kr'"- ' ' went an operation for the removnl Salem, secretary. " Vjillium Barton, president of the , Albany Townsend club, though, absent from the meeting, was hon-; ored last evening in recognition of. it being his birthday anniversary.; The club this morning present-' ed him with a fine basket of , candy and a neatly decorated artificial wirehaircd terrier dog, as an emblem typifying his vigilance in protecting and promoting the interest of the club. The evening was spent in an informal; social way with games including; refreshments. Mr. Barton was in: the country lust evening and was! not aware of the honor paid him! until his presents were presented j this morning. of his appendix yesterday at the cent. s to GYPSY CREAM An antiseptic lotion "excellent for superficial skin irritations and for sunburn. Soothes, cools, protects. KCin Per bottle . UlC lowing year are: Floyd Bulman, Mrs. Elmer Sherer, and Mrs. J. S. Taylor, each to serve in his re tame hospital. - -1 - , FLOWER SHOW spective turn. - The business meeting followed FLOODrPOWER r." ' SURVEYS MADE - TO OPEN FRIDAY Here Vlsltlnf Tl Mrs; Webley Edwards of Honolulu arrived in Albany this week dinner served to thr. church 'din-' Wines for Family Use," 25c per pint arid up Ing room with 73 seated at the end to visit for the next two Continue Cram Pan On) table. (Continued from Pntw One months with her parents. Mr; mi Mrs. Hockey E. Mason. Mrs. Ed ill each vase. Div. 8. Double. Narcissus any BRUNO TO DIE wards will be Joined by Mr. Edwards the latter part of her visit nitmoer. We have a haircut for each member of the family. Try us. Terminal fiarber" Shop. a 1 FRIDAY NIGHT Div. 9. Polyanthus Narcissus and they will both return to the Islands early in June. Coincidental with this report, several rumors of prospective railway extensions have been current here recently. None, however, can as yet be confirmed. On such rumor concerns a reputed plan for extension of the (Bunch flpwering), three in each vase. . - , Div. 10. Minature daffodils, five McDonalds aee parents Mr. and Mrs. R. B. AIcDonald are the parents of a seven and one fourth-pound daughter, born to them at 6 a. m. today in the Albany General hospital. Mrs. Mc- (Continued tram Ftg One) IHIb f-UUPON AND 49c To Hold Party The Pythian Sisters will hold in each vase. t : Section No. J From PortUnd r E. P. Murphey and L. E. Jtwett from Portland were among the busincsi visitors ' spchdlng lust night night in Albany. liberating the Wendel case at 8 p. m. Friday the execution again Oregon Electric Sweet Home their weekly card party tonight at; branch up the Quartzvillc nver , rjonald and little Janet Joyce (Exhibitors are to furnish con tainers in this section), decorative the K. of P. hall, second and Lyon 'will be delayed. I can legally post to tap a large' tract of valuable , wele both reported to be doing classes. Accessories may be used, streets, Pinochle games will be played throughout the evening. I entitles you to a full pound tin of JwcaCJ .THEATRICAL COLO CREAM rrfMrd , Mpttcialty for stag and crn tors, ttt rich oili halp ki Ik in ctvan h ond yoyHiffuIh imooth. Try pound fiti ner en thh so cial afftr. Sovt 76c Visitor iu Albany' Laura Jane Schrlefcr of Co-quijle was among" the visitorn spending' last night in Albany. ' Div. 11 Hyacinths, any color or number. . , . Div. 12. Any arrangement of Trumpet Daffodils. A, alone; B, I Visits Relatives timber In the vicinity of Mt. Jet-; wcn. Mr. McDonald conducts the ferson. Another report involves ; mcat rtalket jn the Grocerveteria. alleged plans for construction of, a railway up Thomas creek, orig-1 PLAX rites FOR BABY inating at West Scio. This like-! Durja, rites were conducted by wise has not yet been authentieat-, , M st.H-kr..- n.-.stnr of the pone It Until the end of the week and if. on Saturday night, there is till no decision, I will ask Justice Thom.is'W. Trenchard foi an opinion whether his death order motint that the end 'of the? week Is Saturday midnight or Sunday mid-ninnt." George W .Marsh, a nephew of regularly 75c with others Ttower"! or foliase. It. A. Marsh of Dever, visited briefly at the Marsh home Satui-duv. Young Marsh grew up in Cd. . . -v Prr:Kv1ot-i.'in r'hlirrlv thi.S " Div; 13. Any arrangement of In-comparabilis. Leeds! or Barrl. Caih redemption velu 110 of en unl From Oak vuW. Rev. E. J. Clark, pastor of the Oakville Presbyterian churchi-wa an Albany business visitor this forenoon. .' - to iDninricT lalternoop at the Houston cemetery The AKReoUeSAmIle quar- ' R.J L.? C4mW'ti'!jg'g'$aU ShelbyvilW, Tenn., and after finishing' the secondary schools there he was graduated I rem business 'Collei'U at Boston, Mass. Hi then I ; r New Monarch tet and soloists will feature in to-i "a night's monthly broadcast of thcjrB,rth P1, 5'1 t(,,,eH college from station KOAC. Cor- neral hospital -yes cnday. i This vallis. at 8:30 p. m. Fred W. Neal V HS the Rainwaters Hist cinld. Dawson's Drug Store On Business Trip - ' j begun work with -the. Ueneral ' J. L. Stuart, local Insurance I Electric Company of New York, man' h-ft thl mnrnlnB for Port- i He' m now traveling auditor for will accompany the quartet and Answer fo Previous Piuxle Martin J. Schultz will announce. land and way pointn cn a business j the company and has bevn trip for the day. ' " " ployed by tin company for MOTHERS WILL MEET Announcement was made today that mothers of boys, and girl The musical program will consist of four quartet selections, and Hi solos by Peter Larson, bass, and ; playing-in the .Aloany junior Julian Bryant, baritone. j school band will meet 'Thursday odaif's fashion 3tini ;ai p. m. ai uie cciunu scmnu. ji SWIMMERS WILL MEET was stated that the your.K musi-Announcemep.t was made today i cians themselves .will not be HOltlAO.NTAI, t, S New ruler of Great Britain. II) Also. U Hangman's knot. 11 Prophet. . 11 To. espouse. 14 Wan. 1.1 Thick shrub. 15 It Is. 17 Iata. ' 19 Inelegant. 21 He l a world that the Hostess House swimming ; 'nought to the 'niec?nig. jA ft J yLTHllNitJR kit m MSTOMmXP'" ' ftjl V AfLiinTAtlT S HjaTmoC 6 V lEDfll I if it class will meet at usual ut 7 p. m. ;' -" . - tonight at the Hostess House, witu . Democrat-Iiciald Want Ads. Edith Beaf'ln "ehareer. -j ,., rhnuik " : Hotels UName. IT Branch. 1 5 To prevent. 20 Pitcher 21 Ocean. 23 Sailor. 23 Label 24 Nlslil before 25 Humble. 26 To-piece out. 27 Persons wlrh ; red hair, 29 Conjunction. 32 To adorn with star "i Perforated.; 35 Atlitudlnlnfil. 37 Porsuikf n. 1 i 28 To cre for medicinally. 45 To harass. 4 Melody. willow. 3 Christ mas carol. ' 4 Wood 29 Dutch nwuaure 4S To decay. 3D To summon . 49 J"urishI forth. S Related en the :1s I'artitle. mother's side. KIIkM!m - with cutis. &0 Ground. 62 lie was formerly the Prince M VKKTHWL 2 Vircinia SlCrowling. 3S Concocted. S4 To tlnlsh. S5 Kettle. 3 Cry' of sorrow. 40 Drone bee. 41 Specs. 44 Short letter. JS Caterpillar hair, it) Elderly ' matron. 41 Evils. 42 Verbs!. 43 Prong. 4 Silkworm.. birds. 7 Forest. S Snate. J Part of the eye. 2 H Is a fine O SAN FRANCISCO'S Jlsu.uuvc adwn: town hotel where elegance combines with economy. Rooms are comfortably, furnished, all with bath and shower. Convenient to shopping district and theatres, Excellent meals at moderate cost,. , 7i, The only douiitotrn hotel tr it k '"" " a beautiful private garden, . THIS CRISP SPRING FROCK IS EASY TO MAKE A JOY TO WEARS pattern 2688 Slmpleyet simply lovely, tin' gracious.. lines of this soft oung frock which one might woar lor the most important afternoon or any afternoon. You can wear it -for spoils occasions.- too. if you pick a sporty fabric such as tie, mIK. novelty synthetic or linen. Who wouldn't feet gay, and pretty smart with a collar and perky bow-tie of crisp pique next to her face? What fun you'll have following the simple pattern, for Step-by-Stcp Sewing Instructions are included to guide you every inch of the way. They show you how to achieve a perky puffed sleeve, or that very swish, flared one. Want to rival even the garden's blooms? Then choose a printed foulard or cotton, or a gay, solid color crepe. Pattern 2688 is available in sizes 12, 14 16. 18, 20. 30, 33, 34. 36. 38 and 40. Size 16 tukes 3l yards 36 In fabric and h yard contrast: 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 'vie number. BE SURE TO sTATE SIZE. He sure to order OUR SPRING 'VTTERN BOOK fur smart new ' Utes that'll fit you and your o(t to a "T'l Gay, practical 10 cheer you at work. Love-'iiiy frocks and sports clothes I.itier you at play. Collars, 55.30 $0.50 mm One Persoa vo Penoos SEVEN CROWN ILENDEP WHISKEY FIVE CROWN HENDED WHISKEY tcst?t!?32?.-f 00,- Tm in Brdi 4 ' S 1 .V'.'-v-'- : f i v "V ivk; & I Vx ; f:i.i' il-iJ i I - ' . : ; I v -ii i -j 1 o 7" iT 7m " --s - J. f " I" f- J """" " t1 V 1 ' j ; i . JeT " " " JJ "" " "joT " ; i "Se "" 35"" "" ; - p. , ... t I" tT 3" TT T JT" '. TT 555 h- "7" """" "" " 4aT """" TT" 4tt 55- - 1 - F1 1 I I 1 1 I 1 I H 1 1. L FREE GARAGE TO TK LS!F.T Cl OTI '7 5 0 SUTTER ! STREET BCTwrra T! 1 laj Jean 4. JU-iJ Geo. T. Thompson", Muitrr m It 1 e . kirts for multiplying rosin Chic slenderising styles. 'litems for Jots. Fabric and ac-,.i v news. PRICE OF BOOK ''HTEN CENTS. HOOK AND A PATTERN TOOETHEU. TWEN- TV-K1VE CENTS. Addies orders to Democrat- IleiaJcL Pattern Department. 2653 f W " - . tin Hi 1 1 -it 1 1 : .w. J ' - .-. 7' 1 1 I. lULAtllKAl-llLlALU YA.1 Al'S UiiLNu tiivM.cia

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