Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on May 15, 1936 · 2
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Friday, May 15, 1936
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THE ALBANY D E M OC R AT-H E R A L D, ALBANY, OREGON FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1936 PAGE TWO nesduv of this week in u con test Letteri Unclaimed Citizenship Class lee is composed il Thomas Grant. Albert Simons. Frank Groves rind BUSINESS IS WAR BETWEEN SELLERS, STATES PROFESSOR L with the Trtiitjcnt team. The .wej The following U tters remain uti-, wti U to 3. iealied for at the post office. Junu.- .Dempsey, Hud Frot, Brady Gnr-Froin Brovciwville Iuko, Mrs. Lizzie Harris, Mm. W. ' Crock Lsom of Brownsville waiN- Holloway. Juliu Johnson. Mr. ti,. i. .,;,, .,Kii iJiihn Normnn. Miss Merle Palm- Will Be Conducted -John Zimbrick i in chuite of preparations. The Lebanon Lc- Wardw O. Brown of the itate j"'"nnaim arf h- department ? eduction i in AI-!U?no,n, u' t,p- ... v NOTICE TO f ITT , . SUBSCRIBERS If your paper hai not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 8:00 o'clock call D. M. Hohrbouih, Fhone 718-Y nd a copy will be delivered by special cwier. Report all other complaint to the office, Phone 15 The1 Albany Democrat-Herald li;.sin hi talk on. an nUtnriul bs.nv todav for the nui dos of eon. ' ",e "'P-w-.e win v. H intf the day in Albany yesterday, jer, Brltton W. Smith. Clarence C. hy. Chnrlei Rvrkrnan in the Chi-' tacting those in the1 county whr 10 tne Pu0"c- ! . nmun, iesier Kirrme ijiitu VMtmKalem IBill Wrinburg. tago Herald-Examiner, Prof. H. ! an? applying for citizenship jwperj , T. Vanre, of the department of land American-born adults intir-serrctari-r aeienee, Oregon State' eted in attending classes ronduct- FOR PWA AND RA TO CONTINUE, J. A. Howard returned last eve-1 . . F-D d hv Mr. Brown on government; nlng from Salem where he had MIw Dickinson Here-been for the day on busines. j Kdwlna Dickinson, former stud college, declared yesterday that business isi war. The address wait and tha responsibilities of LL THE SWa ent college, who has made before Albany Klwanis (Continued from Part On) 1m Return From Euiene . been spending the winter months dub.- Primary and advanced classes Mrs, W. II. Davis returned last;in Arizona and California, return Several years uko Prof. Vance will be formed to assist thn-o who dor the new relief bill it will be are interested. The service is giv- ! possible to proceed with certain en free of cost. Any book to be! forms of public works, despite the evening from Eugene where she:e to Albany this morning for a had been for several days. ; short visit. She will continue to was a member of the staff of the state college which made a tour GRADUATE Let them be proud of their am r...u , , u uM,vin" nonT m '" ' of the state and held clinics in TUB WEATHER Oregon and Washington: Unset osed are supplied by the department of labor. Mr." Brown has secured a list of those applying for citizenship at the court. A number 16. 4-H Summer School Benefit.) , various cities on the relation of merchants to consumers. It was ml 5 Meeting Scheduled tied tun i&Ht, .with scattered show- ers in was t portion and over moun tains; featmctuy generally fair, but of applicants are those' who havs returned from Canada and wish'to again bt.eome American citizens. - ' Past Noble Grand club will Return From School ' m-t Friday, Mav 22. at 8 p. m.. Margaret and Virginia Clifford. in the , Q r haI)i m,.mbl.r!I daughters of C. E. Chffoird of Al-annount.ed bany, who have been attending the j Simpson Bible Institute in Seattle, !rHej to Portland- graduation gif f; make it a gift that will last. Give them , jewelry from French's. FOR BOYS GIFTS OF DISTINCTION THAT WILL BE APPRECIATED The first meeting for organiza t rl G M t(J PI VI I tb ta ol w t Pi M 8 tr ri ? a t m fact that he has opposed car-marking any direct allocations or appropriation for the public works administration. Mr. Roosevelt pointed out that a city still could apply for loans through the present PWA, which stilt has a considerable sum of money available for loans'through its revolving fund. The fund is provided through PWA acceptance of city or state bonds as security for loans. These are turned over; to the Reconstruction Finance j corporation, and PWA receives: cash back when the RFC disposes! tion is scheduled to be held at the found that this subject was obsolete, for the relationship between merchant and customer has , so changed that it is no longer a problem. The problem now is, declared Prof. Vance, the relation of merchant to merchant in . competing lines. - , This subject has been debated at length in newspapers' and trade journals. Charles Rytkman, writ- city hall next Monday evening at cloudy at times in west portion cooler in east portion tonight; moderate 'outh to west wind off coast. Maximum temperature yesterday locally 73 degrees. Minimum temperature last night 32 degrees. Rainfall ,18 of an Inch. Rirer 5.8 feet. returned yesterday. 8 o'clock. Special notice is being sent to all who are applying for citizenship. All others interested will be welcome states Mr. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin P. Edwards were called to Portland this morning on account of the serious illness of Mrs. Edwards mother, Mrs. William Wallace, TIE SETS To Preach at Myrtle Point - Joe Bodine, a former Albany college student who has been attending the Simpson Bible Institute at Seattle, returned to Albany Collar pin and Tie Chain in matched WATCH Bracelet These bracelets are both decorative and S2L $2;50 TIGER EVE RING These distinguished rings now offered only . . . $8.75 Latest Auto Beds , ing editorially, declares that ; ness is competitive and because it ! is competitive business is war. $1.50 sets, only Shown at Agency yesterday on his way to Myrtle Point where he is to, serve as pastor of a church. of -the bonds. ; Regulations would require that the project conform to the necessity of taking men off relief rolls. POCKET.WATCHES WRIST WATCH TODAY'S STOCK, GRAIN MARKETS i -' MARKETS AT A GLANCE from Portland-Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Weslbrook of Portland arrived in Albany last evening to attend the funeral of Mrs. Vvestbrook'i mother, Mrs. Thomas Rhoades, Mr. Wesfbrook is a half brother of B. R. West-brook, proprietor of the Albany hotel,, and is in the Heathman hotc-1 of Portland. t To Attend Assembly- An excellent gift for the young Just the thing for the sport man graduate. 17 - jeweled loving Graduate Made i ; The whole aim of business is to sell, said the speaker, quoting the editorial. The competitor is the i natural target of another mer-; chant in the same line. Survival of ! the fittest is the natural law of in business. Ethics are empty. Busi Rev, and Mrs. J. Boyd Patterson movement. Spe- C O ff by -SI 9.00 ore to leave Monday for the gen Kelloher Demurrer Is Filed et Salem H I Nllril Vrrunl $13.75 cial at only . . . p .WW Waltham. . . eral assembly,-of the United Pres- - Stocks, irregularly higher bytcrian churcn at fittsourgn. : moderate trading Kan. Mrs. Patterson is a delegate Bonds, irregularly Mcher. FOR GIRLS The Burgoyne Motor company dealers for Nash and Lafayetts automobiles, are demonstrating today a roomy six foot double bed in these cars. The scats are so arranged that they are easily adjustable to arrange for a comfortable bed. , Campers, fishermen tourists and all others interested in such a convenience in traveling are invited to call and inspect the latest along this line. JEWELRY ness is a fighting game and it takes a good fighter to stay with it. One cannot afford to be too nice about it. It cannot be expected to take THAT SHE'LL WANT TO WEAR ALWAYS L C. C. Men Here . . ; W. E. Weeks and G. B. Winter of the interstate- commerce commission sperrt'last night in Albany on official business.' Curb, Irregular and dull. Chicago stocks, steady n,d quiet. Call money, 1 per cent.: Foreign exchange, irregular. Cotton, 2 points higher to 3 low Salem, Ore.. May 15. Dan J. Kellaher, Portland, former state parole officer, demurred today to an indictment by the Marion county grand Jury that he agreed to accept a bride from L. A. Banks. Medford murderer. to the women's missionary conference to be held at St. Louis. Mo. They also plan to visit Mrs. Patterson's family at College Springs, Ii. They plan to be absent from Albany about a month. Return From Convention- I the basic element out of business. BRACELETS Assorted ring brace er. DRESS CLIPS That touch off that formal or informal costume. "IC For IjC lets in many col Gold BRACELETS With unusually attractive enameled decorations CJ-M Special.. We have modern equipment to core for your lubrication needs. We Ethics are to keep the game clean. There are refinements in the modern game, but the object is still to run the other fellow out of Rubber, tip 17 to 19 points. ors. Each $1.00 60 Stocks f . .. . ti . . business, according to the theory PER CENT VOTE INDICATED Mr. and Mrs, W. L. Fitzpatrlrk. Dr. and Mrs. M. R. Cooley and Mr. and Mrs. George Berry returned will call for your car and deliver it at no extra charge. Todlrxk & For-ster, 1st St Jackson Sts., Phone 37S. - . m!5-18 iew xurit. jviiiv la. inn sine ... . market's sharp advance of the pre- ;OI"u'1 writer. , MRS. FEED WHEELER DIES A. D. Wheeler was called to Portland today by the death of Mrs. Fred Wheeler, wife of a cousin of the Albany resident. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wheeler lived in Albany up to 40 years ago. The funeral I ceding session ran into difficulties! ,n c relation or the merchant (Continued from Fin One) in early trading today, with prices! to "e customer the ouyer must ue down 1 to nearly 2 points but sup- served. The public has benefitted port developed and the main list '.'rom the keen competition of showed an irregular advance, ' modern business, said Prof. Vance. Trading lightened on the decline! It has made business the servant last evening from attending a district Rotary convention at Vancouver, B. C. Officers Installed Officers of the high school P.-T. A were installed Tuesday night at a covered dish dinner held in Eleanor park. Mrs. Otto will be in Portland. Surviving are the widower, three sons and a daughter. WRIST WATCH GOLD COMPACTS Waltham movement in yellow Smart Styles. Beautifully de-gold case. Very attractive with coratcd with real gold., modern band 107C O Q C at only 4) I I J Many other Favorite Graduation. Gifts on Display at Our Store. Come in Today F. M. French & Son JEWELERS is so and picked up on the recovery or tne people. I no ouyer Froa Eureno " E. O. Kurth of ' Eugene was among' the business visitors spending last night at a local hotel. Attends Convention ' Mrs. Sherman Thompson of PortJond,,' former resident of Linn county attended the Baptist convention tn Albany this week and visited old time friends. safe in his rights now that it is the longest in any primary in the state's history made voting slow. Townsend forces, facing their first tost of strength, appeared to be out early. Election boards reported elderly persons in the majority of voters waiting when the polls oiened. Local Contests Draw with the total only slightly under CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends Power of the Townsend vote was ! and neighbors both at Shedd and Suver for their help and kindness during the illness and death of our darling, Elinor. Also fur the beautiful floral tribute. Mr. and Mrs, H. F. Couey and Children. mlopd yesterday s. Dealings were light near the close but most stocks were ot or near the day's highs. Sales were 9110,000 shares, against 1.390.000 yesterday. Curb sales were 202.000 shares, against 280,000 yesterday. Dow-Jones preliminary closing averages: Industrial, 151.59 up .10; railroad 45.21 up 5; utility 30.19 up .01. Lance of Albany, vice-president of the state P.-T. A., conducted the installation. Clyde Williamson spoke on "Outside Influences on the Home." The junior high band played several numbers under the direction of Loren Luper. The group plans Id sponsor a reception for the high school graduates and their parents following the commencement exercises. Film service. Developing Overnight Hurley's Drug Store. mlS-18 unpredictable as support was expected to be split on several offices. Electors overcame their apathy of the past few weeks as local contests overshadowed state and national issues. i In Wasco county, for example, a Democrat-Herald Want Ads. Rrinif Riil M-O-V-E-D From PlaJnvlew Mrs. James Nichols of Flainvtew is spending this week in Albany visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. N. E. Olln, and attended the Baptist convention which closed yestefday. ' ( -- Wins Seventh Game . I The Riverside school soflbnll team won its Feventh Bume Wed- TO OUR MODERN NEW STORE IN Grain Chicago, May 15. Higher outside markets stimulated buying of wheat futures today on the Chicago Board of Trade and prices firmed. At the close wheat was up 9i to a with May 93V, corn was to a off, May 02:,k; oats ff ' with May 25 S. Ladles G. A. R. to Meet-Ladies of the G. A. R. are to hold a social meeting at 2:30 Tuesday afternoon in the Memorial hall. Those with' birthdays January to June inclusive are to be honored at the meeting. race for sheriff brought out a larg- ! er vote than had been expected. ' In Portland, the mayoralty contest) held attention. In Marion and Linn i counties, a battle over the circuit! judgeship was a drawing card. I Close contests over national j committeeman posts in each party, j congressional seats and the state : trcasurership held attention. , THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ILDG. Fer Highest Market Prices SELL YOUR Eggs, Poultry, Cream Veal, Live Calves Lambs, Woof, Turkeys TO Swift- & Co. Albany Phone 234 From Washington MASOMO NOTICE Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nelson of Hurian, Wash., ore visiting at the , A spcidnlmectinj o. St. no longer necessary for him to be alert. The old theory of "Let the buyer beware" is no longer in effect. In no other line of human endeavor is the moral plane so high us in the relationship between a merchant and his customer, said Irof. Vance. The public, on the other hand, is not appreciative of the advantages which it has gained. It is not as courteous as the merchant, said Vance, quoting the editorial. In the relationship of merchant to merchant rules of ethics should be drawn with caution, said the editorial. They . should not be "mushy", for business is a tough fighting game. It is just as important in ethical conduct to recognize the purpose of business as it is to recognize the rules. Two things are necessary good humor und good sportsmanship. Don't carry over a grudge, said the speaker. Let a closed' deal be passed and look forward to the next one. It is only poor business to hold a grudge from one deal to another. Prof. Vance will return to the club in Julie or July and give the other side of this controversy. , A musical treat was given club members by Miss Matilda Hurst, pupil of Paul Petri , at Oregon State college. Her rich, mezzo soprano voice was heard to good advantage in a group of three songs. She was accompanied by Miss Iris Grey, a pianist of ability. Dr. Joe Gray announced a safety agricultural campaign to be sponsored by the club for the benefit of school children and bicycle riders generally. Prof, Glenn home of Dr. and Mrs. G. F. Iteid UVa T. & A. M. Friday Stouts Assemble For 3 Day Camp evening,. 7:30 o'clock. t a Degree Vvork. Archie E. Horning Junior Croup to Meet The Junior Maccabees are meet Saturduy afternoon at o'clock. Worshipful Master, We'll be glad to have you call and inspect our line. Peter's Shoes Work Clothes and Men's Furnishings SPENCE SHOE STORE "The Biggest Little Store in Oregon" 304 Wes't First Street - Phone 72 Woo! Boston. May 15. Reports received in Boston indicated a strong widespread dealer buying movement in the country, the U. S. agriculture department said in its daily wool market report today. While buyers for mills and top-makers have not been openly participating in the buying movement they have been closely watching developments and have freely admitted that the price trend in raw wool was definitely firmer. Otu result of the strong dealer buying has been a strengthening tendency in quotations on wool tups despite a very small volume of actual fides. TASTE THIS MELLOW BRANDY .-fivIlOJUA ' EICIIT-FOUTY , - Fragrant, "clenn on the 14 P tongue distilled, ma- " fnroil lwttbil liv Amor. T Mr jV t -' ntiT iffS Slid 90 Lebanon. May 15. (Special) Hoys scouts of the Cascade area council gathered here . today for the opening of a three-day annual Boy Scout Camp-O-Ree, to be held on the campus of the Queene Anne school today, Satur-doy and Sunday. Mayor T. W. Munyan will welcome representatives of 25 troops at a meeting scheduled for tonight, when the scouts will receive the key to the city. Badges signifying scout achievements will be given to outstanding scouts when the ' area council court of awards is conducted Saturday night. Church services Sunday morning will conclude activities. The Camp-O-Ree is sponsored by Santiam post No. 51, of the American Legion, whose eommit- I'inr r . DEMf rflRAT-HRRAI.D WANT ADS RRINQ RESULT? JAFFA AKMKIt CAMP Jerusalem, May 15. Jaffa today c-ru 1110 largest winery Fifth -S1.10 ROMA INECompany, ' Inc., Lodi, California. I TV became an armed camp following serious clashes between the- police and Arabs after prayers inaugurating the Moslem feust of Hartal. One wus killed and 12 injured, Se i " I'i i i.Mii vajuuii Holmes won the attendance prize A ZIJTrUl APMTIZEI - IIRVI SOMA VERMOUTH OPT! N I given by Emil Carpenter. vern! seriously, in the rioting.-' ALBANY BUSINESS DIRECTORY The merchants nnd professional people listed on this page are known as Albany's most reliable business men and women. Call on them today. Please mention that you saw their ad. in the Democrat-Herald. ATTORNEYS '" "' " " "''''"I- ii" mill I II I ........i.i W.IH..I Hi .. Ul'll" I l-l yiMum LI .nil I limn JWt'4t ; if". : ' i v V- Atin MARKS & McMAHAN Attorneys at Law 1st Nafl Bank Bldg. Phone 209 AITO FREIGHT SILVER WHEEL MOTOR Freight Daily service to and from all points.. Gasco Briquettes and coul i dealer. 1st & Montgomery Sts., i Phone 371. ! THE DEMOCRAT-HERALD WHO'S AVHO Business and Professional Directory Is almost ready for the press. The first publication of, this representative directory of the business interests, professional people and institutions of Albany and vicinity will appear in this paper next week. IT WILL PRESENT AN UP-TO-DATE SURVEY AND HANDY REFERENCE GUIDE TO THE BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL STRUCTURE, INSTITUTIONS, AND ORGANIZATIONS OF THE COMMUNITY. Publication will be made in the columns of the Democrat-Herald first and then the entire directory will be reprinted in book form, together with. a wealth' of valuable information pertaminq to the county in general .THESE BOOKS WILL BE AVAILABLE TO ALL FREE OF CHARGE. r I . '' - - ' I There Is Still Time For your name and business card to be included in this representative 1936 directory. No personal solicitation is being made. However, if an invitation has not been extended yon by telephone Call 431 Directory Department COPY FOR PUBLICATION IN THE DEMOCRAT-HERALD WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL SATURDAY NIGHT, MAY 16th AND FOR PUBLICATION IN THE DIRECTORY BOOK UNTIL TUESDAY NOON, MAY 19th. Why Not Phone Now Before It Is Too Late? Call 431 Directory Department CARrET C LEANING T,HE SHADE SHOP 409 West First St. Phone FILM SERVICE HURLEY'S DRUG STORE FOR; Overnight Film. Service FtNEKAL DIRECTORS V'.-A' ' ' V" -I Ctt I Ax FORTMILLER FUNERAL HOME. Day or Night Phone: 447-R INSURANCE XTF.F.P mildncti in mind ami you'll know enjoyment to the fullest. Eonecinlly the miidnen of Cohh Creek. Here it whiaky to imooth. you pen up itt . ii not row wige, not trace ol barOi; et. Vet it i (Jure ilk lijt, oliut VOprmiL ryl)ult. OWEN BEAM AGENCY Opposite P. O. Established 1911 WM. BAIN. INSURANCE. Money to Loan. Farm Security al li4lC. PRODUCE SWIFT AND CCH ALWAYS IN the market for eggs, poultry, veal, and cream. WASHING MACHINES wmb lum L-. . JirTf ; OTTO KOOS. AMES HDWE.-Maytag. Easy, Thor. Wahers WII.L DRILLERS OLEMDED WHISKY K't Kr.igM -liwk.tliantvm or mon ol ICi rii otuliul uililfc , : FULL PINT ' i t ouT$L3Q EXOVCII TO Stftf. C. E. GORDIN1ER & PON Wei Drillers "We solicit your incjuiries' Eufiene, Orefiuu i- m

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