Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on May 6, 1936 · 2
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Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · 2

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 6,1936 THE ALBANY .DEMOCRAT-HfRALD, ALBANY,. OREGON PAGE TWO terday evening from a business that although extra be put in operation jctth.- win : liiuiiT, ne is survivca vy iun. uu o at Nswport, Gcori Herren. Mrs. Ora T. ans. 1 Beach, brothers. . I trip to Detroit and vicinity in FOREST OPERATORS MUST APPLY FOR , PERMITS BY MAY 15 I year tiic flowers will prove one of the most popular of the many i attractions offered visitors to the big coast celebration. Many interesting events are first class will be held Thursday evening at 8 -o'clock at the Hostess House. No charge is to be made for these classes and they are to be open to the public. Marion couniy. lie reports the traffic from the ninth '.oast districts will be heavy, and visitors from interior points will save number of logging camps in action Albany; Mrs. Harry Clement and j demand EQl'AL .BIGHTS Mrs. Bert McConnell. Oakland;' San Jov Cal-Men- students Mrs. J. O. Zimmerman. Corvallis, and faculty members of the Adult and Mrs. Howard Lent. Berkeley. Center have launched a move- in that section and business com much time by taking the Alsea scheduled to take place during the ' NOTICE TO Cm SUBSCRIBERS If your paper l;as not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 o'clock call D. M. Eohrboufh, Phone 718-T and a copy will be delivered by special carrier. Report all other complaints to the office, Phone IS The Albany pemocrat-Herald paratlvely good. From Sweet Home A definite policy covering the three days of the festival, among f route, sisteri; and Harry Mill. Junction 'ment for "equal right" for men. general observance of the forest which are track and field meet. The largest crowd ever to at Class to Meet-Mrs. Goclda Wickizer's class in crafts and art will meet at the Hostess House Thursday afternoon at 2 p. m., it was announced A. Wilcox from Sweet Home was among the business visitors Code by the various operators water circus, dances, a marathon throughout the state has been 'swim across Alsea Bay, outboard adopted by the board of forestry, motor races, life-saving demon- tend any affair on the Oregon coast Is expected to be here during this celebration. spending last night in Albany. today. according to an announcement ' stration by United States coast made recently by W. E. Downing, guard; the Sons of Neptune, Crsbtree Visitor- auatic stunt stars; fireworks and To Meet Friday district warden of the Linn County Fire Patrol association. Clarence Becker, merchant at Crabtree, transacted business and The Women of the Moose are to meet Friday at 8 p. m. et the visited friends in Albany yester Moose Temple, it wis stated by This policy places the responsibility of applying for operators' permits as well as providing the necessary- equipment, upon the day. members. Of course you won't forget her but you might Back from The Dalles- MILLS RITES HELD Funeral services for Ira Mills, 39, a former resident of Albany, will be held in the Kecney funeral home in Corvallis Thursday at 10 a. m. Mills died In Oakland. Calif, hospital Monday night from Injuries received from a fall two weeks , o. He . attended school in Albany while his father, now living in Harrisburg, was employed' at a sawmill Jicre. Approximately five years ago, he left for California. Besides his THE WEATHER operator himself. Since the forest Son Bern- pyrotechnic spectacles, fly casting exhibition by members of the Portland Casting club. "Ocean-side Jamboree" and a street mardi gras and carnival. Residents of valley communities and, pf PprUaod,wthoMx-ptct to attend the. ' festivalTarc being urged by George C. Peil, general chairfiarif t6 take Jho Alsea highway via Corvallis.' This request Is prompted by the fact Mr. and Mrs. Raymond ArchI code has been effective for a number of years and special effort forget the dote Walter , Yates returned yesterday noon from The Dalles whee he had been for the last two weeks visiting at the home of bunld of San Jose , Costa Rica, Oregon and Washington: Fair tonight and Thursday; local frosts Jrt Interior tonltfht; warmer tn inferior. Thursday;, moderate to has been made in the past to in Central America, are the parents form the operators of the provi of a son, born May 1, it was his son, Roy Yates. sions of the code, especially the learned here by Mr. Archibald's fresh northerly wind off coast. Maximuni temperature yester mother, Mrs. O. A. Archibald, to From Sweet Home- operator's permit law, it is felt that the industry should be sufficiently familiar with all code day locally." 58 degrees; minimum John Wodtli, Sweet Home farm day. Archibald, a former resident of Albany, is employed by the temperature last night, 39 degrees; rainfall. .10 of an inch; river, 5.9 er, was among the business visit on spending yesterday afternoon United States Bureau of Public Roads and is a former resident of feet. STILL MORE BARGAINS in Albany. Albany. This is their third child Biulness Visitor " provisions to take all action necessary without waiting for a first inspection by an official of the state forester's office. Applications for operator's permits must be made prior to May 15, the beginning of the closed and second son. Business Visitors- Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Reiff and IN OUR MlDvSEASON CLEAN-UP I Fay M. Miller of Lebanon, candidate for the nomination for county assessor on the democratic Son Born. little daughter, recent arrivals in Mr. and Mrs. Call Slocum of Al Oregon from Minnesota who are planning to locate in Albany; were ticket, was in Albany yesterday afternoon. - season, and failure to make sucn application will necessitate closing of the operation until the appli bany are the parents of a IVt pound son, born last night at the visitors here yesterday. Exsmlner Cominr Albany General hospital. and while reminding you of this very important occasion, we, suggest Rollins silk hosiery .as, the gift she wil appreciate and admire for a long, long time. '! 1 79c $1.00 $1.15 McDEvrrrs Smart Shop Stylish Clothes .for . Women ALBANY,,-ORE0ON Ll4o Glenn Bown. state deputy ex At Albany General1 aminer for drivers' licenses, is Agnes Keefe of near Albany scheduled to be at the city ball in submited to major surgery this Albany. May 12 from 9 a. m. to morning at the Albany General p. m. Attend Lebanon Council C. H. Murphy and W. L. Jack-ton of Albany were In Lebanon last evening to appear before the city council of that place in the interest of a public works project in that vicinity. Candidates Meeting The regular meeting of the Albany Interchurch Brotherhood is to be held Friday evening at the hospital. Mrs. Ray Talbert of Al bany also underwent a major op Moose Hold Meeting cation is received and acted upon. In the case of new operations, or where one moves to a new location during the closed season, application should be made long enough in advance so as to allow the state forester's office to prepare the permit. The necessary blanks for making applications can be Secured at the office of the Linn County Fire Patrol association in Portland or by getting ini touch with either the district warden, W. E. Downing, oriElmer1 Taylor, inspector. In connection with the provi eration today as did J. L. Thomas Values in alt departments of the store. Don't miss these-opportunities to f$ave ,00, your wardrobe purchases.' i i The regular meeting of Moose of Harrisburg. lodge No. 859 was held last eve Study Club to Meet ning In the Moose hall with the new officers presiding , for the The madison PTA study club first time. The new officers will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ralph Baptist church. AH county and district candidates for office are invited to attend and will be giv Slacks $1, $1.95 $3,95 SPORT Shirts 79c, $1, $1.45 pledged their best efforts, during the coming year to serve the lodge Hyde, 1405 East First. ' Street and Afternoon DRESSES and urged the loyal support of en an opportunity to be heard. sions of the code covering the First Aid Postponed equipment necessary in opera the members in securing new members during the year. The The meeting of the advanced Let us call for your car, lubricate tions as well as precautionary1 measures in hazard reduction, the first aid class which was to have been held Thursday night at the it and return it. No extra charge for this service. Tedlock it Forster, 1st it Jackson Sts. Phone 373. mS-7 ONE GROUP Values $4.95 to $22.50 home of Mrs. George Wallace has operator will be expected to carry out all these provisions prior to musical part of the program con suited In selections by Mrs. Smelt zer, pianist, Robert McClain, cor netist and Edward McKee, violin ist. Vz PRICE been postponed until further no May 15 without awaiting special instructions from a forest official. ' tice, it was announced today by Mrs. Ferris White, Red Cross first Inspection-of all equipment will id chairman. BUY MOTHER'S DAY GIFTS HERE AND SAVE MONEY be carried out at frequent intervals throughout the fire season. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends Rslph Senders Honored-Ralph Senders, sophomore at Oregon State college, has Just been pledge to Kappa Kappa Psi, national honorary fraternity in music. Qualifications for membership in this fraternity are high Return from Portland Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Tcmpleton returned last evening from Portland where they had been on a business and pleasure trip for the jay." (. ; Visitors In Albany-Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Werest from Aberdeen, Wash., were visitors spending lust night in Albany. and neighbors for their kindness RHODODENDRONS START BLOOMING nd sympathy and the beautiful Sport Coats floral offerings in the loss of our beloved husband and father. .' ABOUT WALDPORT Short Jacket Suits, Wash Frocks, Spring Sweaters . . . One Lot Skirts Knitted Suits . . $5.99 up 69c to $1.39 79c to $2.29 ...... $1.19 . . . .1-3 OFF standing in music and general scholarship. In addition to work Mrs. Frank iaux Frances Laux jn6pd ing in the drum section of the 99 Waldport. (Special) Rhodo R. 0. T, C. band for the past two $7 years, Senders is this year one of Values to $12.95 Values to $22.50... Millinery $1.29 and $2.29 the drum majors and takes an 99 $12 dendrons are already beginning to bloom along with this section of the coast, and indications are that the beautiful blossoms of this district's most prolific shrub will reach the peak of the blooming 69c 69c One Group Collars Ladies' Purses . . . active part in the college concert orchestra. Ralph Senders is the son of Mrs. M. Senders of Albany. Portland Visitor - s t " : Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wlmmey of Portland were among visitors spending Just night in Albany. Booklets Received The Albany chamber of commerce has .received a number of the recently published booklets on the state of Oregon published by the highway commission. He was graduated from Albany TODAY'S STOCK, GRAIN MARKETS MARKETS AT A GLANCE (Br l Hr4 PrM) Stocks Fractions to more than points higher; steejs and rails season during the Alsea Bay McDEVITTS bridge dedication and annual high school in 1934 and while in school here was active in the high school band and orchestra. He crab festival to be held here and at Yachats, May 8, 9 and 10. was band munagor for a year. He ALBANY OREGON . SMART SHOP Flower lovers by the thousands is the director of the Takena strong. annually visit this district during Bonds Fairly active and high the rhododendron season, and Chapter DeMoluy bund which will play at the stute conclave at Astoria this week end. er. - We have a hair cut for each member of the family. Try im. Terminal Barber Shop. m6 there is no doubt but that this Curb Firm, moderately active. Chicago Stocks irregularly To Start CI higher. Foreign exchange iregular; From Eutene H. 1m McFadden of -Eugene was a business visitor spending Jast night at a local hotel. t , Mrs. Dpniel Freeman will conduct a six lesson course, in charm and personality, . which will ; include etiquette and dress, .it 'was announced by. members of tho Ho.itens House ' committee. The franc weak. Cotton 1 to 6 points higher. RubberOff 0 to 9 points. Stocks On Business Trip , J. P. Alexander returned " Xr... Vn.U!1 !-. a C, ..., If you want to receive a mark 'of )0O in appearence this spring you'll just have to memorize these three models from left to right. we have "TRAYMORE" (T-R-A-Y-M-O R-EI then " MALIBU " (M-A-L-l-B-U) ... . and. "TROJAN" (T-R-O-J-A-N). The next lesson will be given by our styleologist here in our clothing department who will interestingly demonstrate to you the many -important differences in these models from all others: $21.50 to $27.5(0 " cutcl Cufa to&f TEST nvw ivin) ittaj v. wwauj strength spread over the stock market in dull trading today, steel and railroad shares coming into demand in afternoon transactions. Volume again remained near a million shares as traders were reticent to make new commitments in view of the French situation and uncertainty pver the tax legislation here. Dow Jones preliminary closing averages showed: industrial 149.-71, up 1.15; railroad, 44.58, up 0.72; utility, 29.70. up 0.26. Volume approximated 1.130.000 shares compared with 1,170,000 shares yesterday. Curb sales were 257.000 shares compared with 281.000 shares yesterday. against the best any other low priced car can do!" if ' Pi evil ' ; rU lit Albany's ' ''Jg&VWj'.' '; Home of Jacquard Lace Tofts! Gilli Hosiery full-Faihioned, Ringlen! Flattering! Crisp! New! COTTON Grain Chicago, May 6 Further liquidation came into May wheat on the board of trade today, limiting an advance in new crops which rose on severe dust storms in parts of Kansas and Nebraska. May was down a cent a bushel at one time, but rallied to close net unchanged at tfO'i cents. The new crops closed to 1 cent higher. Corn -spurted a cent a bushel, held most of the advance and closed to ' cent higher, oats finished ' to cent higher and rye closed 1 ' to 1 U cents a bushel higher. Walter E. Keycs FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE Drive as many of the other low priced cars as you care to . . . particularly the other three leading "makes." Then take a "Discovery Drive" in a Terra plane. You will find very little difference in price for the model you want ... but a big difference in what you get for what you pay. JUDGE STYLE Tcrraplane acainst the other three, with the only 1936 design that is entirely u: CHECK SIZE AND ROOM Full 115-inch whcelbase in Tcrraplane ... up to 3 inches more than the others. And 145 cubic feet of inside space . . . more head room, leg room, seating room. TOST EASE Or HANDLING Something brand new here . . , Tru-Line Steer, ing and Radial Safety Control, patent applied for. Exclusive in Tcrraplane. ' TRY RIDING COMFORT Terra-plane's Rhythmic Ride, against the ride you get in any other low priced car. CHECK PERFORMANCE 08 or 100 horsepower in a Tcrraplane. . , 3 to 9 more than any of the other three leaders. More 1ower per ton, and smootbnest no other ow priced car approaches.raxw'',' TEST BRAKES Tcrraplane is the only low priced car with latest, finest hydraulics, and a separate safety braking system operating from, the same brake pedal if ever needed. Plus a third braking system from tfcc easy handling parking brake. MEASURE SAFETY Only Tcrraplane, of the leading four, has a body all of steel with solid, seamless steel roo COMPARE ECONOMY Terra- plane averaged 23.95 miles per gallon in the Los Angeles-Yosemite Economy Run, with 3 passengers and baggage with no coasting. CONSIDER RUCCEDNESS WY11 show you owner records of 125,000, 150,000 miles and up. Ask any other low priced car to match them. Just come in and say, "Show me." We'll back Terraplane . . . every time. DALT0N GIBBS and VIC HUGHS0N, Terraplane Dealers Sheer chiffons, with the dressy look only a lee top ran give! First quality, with Picot top. New summer colors, 8h to 10. Piqut. sheers, shantungs, novelty weaves, cord laces, and sye let ballot. Fait eolorx! 14 to H' OPERETTA WILL BE REPEATED (ContlmMS (nun P One) tail: CREPE LINGERIE Ah Extra Vsluel STATEMENT: I was born in a log house on a sheep ranch in Eastern Oregon 55 years ago. I remained in Eastern Oregon until early-manhood, working upon the ranch. Ir accordance with the custom of the times I found supreme pleasure in hauling wool with a four-horse team to The Dalles, a distance of one hundred and twenty miles, and returning with the year's provisions. A -IS I 88 or 100 H. P. .. 115-inch wheclbast They'rs a sensation "at this price! Dance sets, chemises and panties, trimmed with lovely imported Ucca. Smart styles! 595 Take a "Discovery Dzhr" With th Electric Hand Flick s nnsjcr . . . and gears shift! The mrw wtjr to drive . . . caiier . . . safsr. With a tlutr floor la front . . . resl foot-and-leg comfort for three to the front test! No fear or brake lever to stumble over, 'batl the nuajlc of the Electric lUod. ao optiooal extra r nj Better Quality Rayon AtJcana UNDIES m: n. r.ezi Kid Clares Fr Spring Smaitt! ni up ftr D lixt Mntlt, f.m. h. DttniL Std4rJ grtup f antutria txtTM. - .SAVE . , . witb the new HUDSON -C. 1. T. - 6 Budget Plan . . . y low monthly ptnnu . Far Perftl Fit I have been engaged in the general practice of law in all branches for thirty consecutive ears in the City of Salem, and have served as Mavor and Gty Attorney of Salem. I also served as Deputy District Attorney for Marion County, Oregon, under Gale S. Hill during his tenure of office as District Attorney for the Third Judicial District, and have been an instructor in the Willamette University Law School for twenty-five years. I own and operate a farm in Marion County Oregon and have devoted much thought, to the probiems which' confront the farmer under present day conditions. I believe mv early framing, combined with my professional career-and. general experience, gives me that broacf vision of human nature which ml! M;n .t t.j Year Ago" by Delma Mae Jenks accompanied by Mrs. Pierce Jenks; musical reading. "How the Elephant Got its Trunk," by Camille Forster. accompanied by Mrs. Loren Terhune; vocal trio, "Rain." by Eleanor Jenks. Marine Willett and Mrs. Terhune, accompanied by Mrs. Jenks. Riverside, piano solo, "At the Donny brook Fair," Virginia Dixon; male quartet. "Who Built the Ark"" by E. A. Canning. Bliss Dallas, Homer Sen leg el and Chris Miller, accompsnied by Margaret Canning; musical reading, "Fool-Uh Questions," by Shirley Bryant accompanied by Francis Bryant. Kingston, vocal solo. "That Wonderful Mother of Mine," Clem Crane accompanied by Mrs. G. E. Kurinek; piano and accordion duets by Rosella Bell and Betty Korinek. Lake Creek grange, old-time orchestra numbers, and quartet numbers by Adrian Smith, O. G. Cold iron, Kenneth Hughes and Tom Jackson. Charity grange. "Little Girl In IUue." by P. J. Simon, violinist and Helen Waggenei. guitarist, and "Cowboy Jack" by Miss Waggener Union Point. "Alone in Prayer" and "Heaven Is My Home," by a women's quartet composed of Jeanett Krooker, Mrs. John Clark. Mrs. August Theuiing and Mrs. 49' Let Albany Owners Tell You Why They Bought TERRAPLANES HERE ARE A FEW . . . OTHER NAMES ON REQUEST Smart women choose Adonns panties, vest blessntrs and chemises. They wear longer. Fit better. Ex MnVARD l SCABS. 13 Esst 3rd Street S. O. GRIFFITH SHERMAN DA1LEV. Albany. Koute 1. W.M. PEACOCK. Albany. Route 4. jusUce with aiveo hand to those to dispense walk of life in every Fine imported gl kid in w-ll li nuvrlly and rlaiiic styles. tra tises . 69c. If elected..! conduct the office in accordance with the princ;nles 'cf. oooH novmm.nt and know T can DALTON GIBBS and VIC HUGHSON - Htddson-Terra plane Dealers. Second and Washington Streets Telephone 621 Albany, Ore. OUT IT mrDSOft-TtWUtUUCC SS AND UPj HUDSON SIX. $T10 AND UP, HUD SOI SUPOT STRAIGHT EIGHT. TS0 AND UP. T. O. B. DrTROIT a materia' reduct'c- make cf f ICS IPa.d ,n 'He cost cf operating said Pcspectfullv Submitted WALTER E. KEYES .Vv i Roy lledlund.

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