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T_rsday, May 11, 1950 I i ii ii i I I I II II II I III I Ira .. I ........ I emocratic, Republica'n Voters 0 Nominate Candidates May 19 Linn County's Democrats and Republicans, like others throughout, Oregon, will go to the polls next Friday, May 19, to nominate party candidates for the general election in No- vember. For many state and county of- flees .there is no race for party nomination because only one can- didate has filed. Incumbent Judge Fred Me- Henry, of Corvallis, is unopposed for the non-partisan Circuit Court JUdgeship of the 21st district (Linn, Benton, Lincoln), but three Candidates seek election to the non-partisan position number three on the Oregon Supreme Court. They are Austin Dunn, of Baker; Robert F. Maguire, Port- land(and Walter F. Tooze, also of Portland. Linn county Democrats have Only three party races they will help decide--nomination for Unit- ed States representative from the fourth congressional district, nom- ination for United States senator from Oregon and nomination for governor of Oregon. Two Democratic candidates seek their party's nomination for Unit- eel States representative from the fourth congressional district-- DaVid C. Shaw, of Gold Beach, a.d Walter A. Swanson, Spring- eld. Seeking the Democratic nomin- at.ion for United States senator from Oregon are Howard Latour- ette, and Dr. Louis A. Wood, both of EUgene. Democratic candidates for gov- ernor of Oregon are Austin F. j legel, Lew Wallace and WMter ' Pearson, all of Portland. Five G.O.P. Races Lmn coun .. ' ty Republicans have W e Party races they will help uecide--nomination of two candi- dates for state representative from tt.he 13th distri, ct (Linn), nomina- dLi:n for state senator from the 4th fStrict (Linn-Lane), nomination r United States senator from regon, nomination for Linn .coUnty district attorney, and nom- Ination for Linn county commis- Sioner. Seek Linn County's Vote STATE REPRESENTATIVE 13th Dlstrict--Linn (2 to e elected) Republicans Democrats Ed R. Cardwell, Sweet Home Dave Epps, Sweet Home Melvin Goode, Albany Earl G. Mason, Albany Hector MacPherson, Albany STATE SENATOR 4th DistrictLinn-Lane Republicans Democrats Angus Gibson, Junction City Elmer B. Sahlstrom, Eugene J.ack A. Draper, Draperville U.S. REPRESENTATIVE 4th District Republicans Democrats Harris Ellsworth, Roseburg David C. Shaw, Gold Beach Walter Swanson, Springfield U.S. SENATOR Republicans Democrats Dave Hoover, Springfie!d Howard Latourette, Eugene Wayne Morse, Eugene Dr. Louis A. Wood, Eugene John McBride, Portland GOVERNOR OF OREGON Republicans Democrats Douglas McKay, Salem Austin F. Flegel, Portland Walter J. Pearson, Portland Lew Wallace, Portland DISTRICT ATTORNEY Linn County Republicans Democrats Courtney R. Johns, Albany Merle A. Long, Albany LIEN COUNTY COMMISSIONER Republicans Democrats Wayne Downing, Lacomb Fred Mespelt, Scio Lloyd Johnson, Albany Walter Stuart, Sr., Albany J. W. Shortridge, Albany STATE SUPREME COURT Position 3 (Non-Partisan Ballot) Austin Dunn, Baker Robert F. Maquire, Portland Walter L. Tooze, Portland Three Republican candidates eek the two nominations for sate eresentative from the 13th dis- letted Cardwell, of Sweet Orae; Melvin Goode, of Albany; Republican nomination for Linn district attorney means !county E T-4.L FOR ATHLETE'S FUOT BECAUSE election, as no Democratic can- didate has filed for thht party's :t has greater PENETRATING ,,ver. With 90% undiluted alco- nomination. The G.O.P. candi- :"pase, it carries the active meal- dates are Courtney R. Johns and ',on DEEPLY, to kill the germ Merle A. Long, both of Albany. .Ontact Get ha relief IN q .- PPY Seeking the Republican nomin- a " LIOUR or your 40c back at it arug store. Today at GROVES, ation for Linn county commls- t&LL DRUGS. sioner are Lloyd Johnson, Walter and Hector M.acPherson, also of Albany. Seeking the Republican nomin- ation for state senator from the joint Linn-Lane fourth district are Angus Gibson, of Junction City, and Jack A. Draper, of Draper- ville. Three Republican candidates seek their party's nomination for United States senator from Ore- gon. They are Dave Hoover, of Springfield; Wayne Morse, of Eugene; and John McBride, of Portland. Now Available... SIL.I.CONE Wax Polish---Automobile Cleaner 'Stuart Sr., and J. W. Shortvidge, !all of Albany, and Wayne Down- ing, of Lacomb. Sweet Home 4-H Clubs Reminded Of Full Calendar Sweet Home area 4-H club members are reminded by Exten- sion Agent H. Joe Myers of many events coming up on the calendar in Linn county. Outstanding of these, Myers points out, will be the Linn ,county Spring 4-H fair scheduled for May 25-27 at the Albany senior high school. Other events on the calendar appear as follows: May 13--Deadline for entries in Linn county Spring 4-H fair con- tests. May 14---4-H club Sunday. May 15--Deadline for applica- tion for corn in Bank of Albany corn contest. May 19-20-=-Linn-Benton Jersey cattle clubs spring show. May 20--Summer school appli- cations must be in for Linn county 4-H members. May 20---Junction City lamb show, Junction City, city park. Automobile Wax May 25-26--Linn county Spring 4-H fair, Albany high school. Because SiM.cones contain the same basic element May 28--State Holstein picnic, as glass, the element silicon . . . Therefore, Waxed $il-i.cones so condition the surfaces of paint, metal. Wood, porcelain, etc., that a literal curtain of glass inhibits and seals out moisture. @ Boeckel & Weber FIRESTONE DEALER Dupine farms, Harrisburg. May 29--Selection of summer school scholarship winners. June 3---Scio fat lamb show. June 5--Linn-Benton Guernsey cattle club spring show. June 13-23---4-H club summer school. June 26- Livestock judging tour. August 3-5--South Willamette valley livestock crops tour for club members. IMPERIAL YOU wANT IrMPERJAL ! Imperial is made by Hiram Walker. Blended whiskey. 86 proof. 70% grain neutral spirits. Hiram Walker & Sons Inc., Peoria, Illinois. $3.35. Fifth Pint THE NEW ERA, SWEET HOME OREGON ...... i .rli I. I I I . .I.I Dolbys Have Baby Girl absence of Rev. Anthony Terhar. CRAWFORDSVILLE.--A baby Mr. and Mrs. Michael Carey girl was born May 4 in the Leb- were sponsors for the child. anon community hospital to Mr.  and Mrs. Lem Dol'by. She weigh- CALL US .., ed nine pounds, three ounces and For Garbage and has been named Susan Sherrill. Rubbish Hauling Baptized in Lebanon Reasonable Prices Baptismal rites were adminis- Prompt Service tered April 30 to Elizabeth Tiler- We Pump Septic Tanks esa Carlson, infant daughter of PHONE 2742 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Carlson, at St. Edward's Ctholic church in Sweet Home Lebanon. Sanitation Service A Benedictine monk from the LesSer Weld, Prop. Mt. Angel Abbey officiated in the ...... I... Place Your Orders Now... Rose Marie's Specially Decorated MOTHERS DAY CAKES CITY AND INE PIECE DRESSES Peg Palmer... young dresses designed to compliment today's half-s/ze figure. $895 with a "SEPARATES" look Peg llmet uses a dark wsflte pique bodice to top gracefully full  G2 Slttlat ] skirt of sanfotized* plaid gingham. Other touches of plaid line the cone collar and cuff the sleeves. Tiny white buttons go mid.way down skirt front. Brown, navy, green. Mid 14 to Mid 20. May Day Specials! 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Rugged tmn-slip soles get you off to flying starts--give you more speed and spring. The famous ARCH-GARD cushion insole supports your foot at all three vital points--lessens foot and muscle fatigue. Canvas uppers actually "breathe'--keep feet cool and com- fortable -- make play more fun! We have all sizes and styles now. Come in and get ready to play! "Serving Your Every Day" " Sweet Home, Oregon