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THE CIVIC CLUB
(P o rtland Journal.)
“The W illam ette valey is go
ing to have the biggest erop
raised in 20 years," declares
Verd Hill, who owns a ranch
n ear Independence. “F arm ers
are going back into the hop
raising industry, w hich w as
abandoned som ew hat during
the period of the w ar. They
feel th a t cutting out the strong
d rin k s will help the hop indus
try, since m ore hops th an ever
will he needed for soft d rinks.”
“THE UNPARDONABLE SIN”
Mrs. Clyde Eckel' was again chos
en president of tiie Civic Club here
W ednesday a t the hom e of Mrs.
S herm an H ays. The o th e r oittcers (
elected are: Mrs. T aylor Jones, 1st
vice president; Mrs. C. O. Sloper, 2nd
vice president; Mrs. J. C._ Jvreuiner,
secretary; Mrs. J. S. Cooper, finan
cial secretary; Mrs. G. W. Conkey,
treasu rer; Mrs. Jam es liobbie, Mrs.
W. M. Huff and Mrs. A. it. Thomas,
m em bers of the executive liourd.
Much im p o rtan t business was
GIVEN BY D. V. POLLING
tran sacted including the report of
several com m ittees an d the an n u al
G raduation week begap Sunday
report of officers. By request the
evening wheir-D. V. Polling, student
p resident's unjiuui report will be
adviser of the O. A. C., delivered the
baccalaureate address before the
Follow ing the business session the
g ra d u atin g class and a large g ath er
m eeting w as given into the h ands
ing a t the M ethodist church w hich
of the social com m ittee consisting
w as artistically decorated w ith the
of Mrs. Jas. liobbie, Mrs. S herm an class colors crim son and white. The
Hays, Mrs. F ra n k Sm ith, Mrs. Oliver speaker chose for his subject, “Now
Sm ith, Mrs. T aylor Jones an d Mrs.
Abidcth Co-operation, A ppreciation
A. L. Thomas. The com m ittee had
and DetermiiqUion, but the Greatest
used a choice collection of Oregon's of These is D eterm ination." llis ad
beautiful roses to m ake the home dres^ w as Very able and m any pretty
m ore festive an d gay colored pun- pictures were d raw n w hich will
sies too sm iled th e ir greetings. A prove helpful to the class and all
program , of delightful num bers was present. Besides the congregational
rendered including a solo, “T h at Lit singing J. G. M cIntosh rendered a
tle Old Fashioned M other" by Mrs. pleasing solo an d the choir present
Oliver Sm ith w hich w as h eartily
ed a beautiful anthem :
encored. Mrs. Sm all w as the p l e a s - ________________
ing accom panist an d w as urged to FARME r s SEEK RELIEF FROM
give a solo but she declined. M aster
DEPREDATIONS OF REAVER
Bussell Jones w as the read er for the
occasion giving for his first num
F arm ers living along the Luckia-
ber, “My S ister’s Best F eller.” He m utc river have asked the state
w as so gootl th a t he w as forced to gam e com m ission for perm ission to
u p p ear in a second recall. The af kill the heaver which live on the
ternoon closed w itli a m ost appetiz banks of the stTeam. The anim als
in g luncheon prep ared an d served have underm ined considerable a b u t
by the hostesses.
ting property w hich not only is a
T here will be a big boost'er m eet great detrim ent to the land but
ing on W ednesday, June 25, a t which stock is injured by breaking th ru
th e ground..
(Continued on Page 4.)
Told by the Bank Book
The Only Savings Department
For Miles and Miles and Miles
DO you realize that the Farmers
State Bank has the only real Sav
ings Department between McMinn
ville, Corvallis and Salem? Then
you will realize what a huge terri
tory this institution covers in its
operations, and you may be sure
that we are prepared to serve
everyone in that section too.
4 P e r cent Interest on Savings. Accounts
m ay be opened *nd m ain tained by Mail.
C. W. IRVINE,
J. B. PARKER,
C. G. IRVINE,
L. C. FITZGERALD,
O re g o n
INDEPENDENCE IS THE FOURTH
TOWN WEST OF THE M ISSISSIPPI
RIVER TO GET THIS PICTURE. IT
WAS SHOWN FOR THREE WEEKS IN
SEATTLE FOR A DOLLAR A SEAT.
I want to remind you
about that small chew
of this good tobacco.
It tastes better because
it’s good tobacco. Its
quality saves you part of
your tobacco money.
It goes further and lasts
THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW
Put up in two styles
R IG H T
C U T is a sh.irt-ct:*' to b a c c o
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
Motto—"H it, Don't Fan.”
Class Colors—Red uml W hite.
Class F low er—Red Carnation.
IT Will IE A III
Fum ili C E tE W Ilh
Gel th e s p irit of th e Dig C u e
b ralto u au u iio u ie C om ing. »Ye, ut
llte u. S>. A. n av e ju s l te a m e d n o t.
nig we are, so now is Uie u m e iu.
ev erjn o u y io ceieoruie. i n e com
lu tu e e s w h o h av e Uie d iiie ie iil d i
visions in cuui'ge u re w o rk in g e a rn
csiiy io n av e Ulen' fe a tu re s u ip a s
a n ex p ectatio n s, ire r e s a s u rp ris e ,
m e r e w u i ne un O rien ta l u o a t lro m
i'o n iu n u in Uie p a ra u e , a n d m au.t
u n iq u e a n u o n g in u l sch em es a n
Doing w o rk ed o u i ny b u sin ess lioilse -
ior incur en tries, t h e sp o ils coni
m ilieu n av e m a n y s u rp ris e s m s io n .
i h ere w in ue m u sic—good m usic n
p len ty - a u u a m u se m e n ts to n il in.,
uuy w n n tn e V ictory sp irit, i n
bow ery n an ce w ill ne one ol in .1
sp len d id icu iu rcs. A ll th e c u rro lc ...
in to w n w in give v en t to tn e ir »>
lu m in o u s n a tu re s, th e r e w ill be a
v u u u ev m e te a l a n d a baby sn o w ,
a n u , oi course, th e "p lu g u g u es w in
m a k e a m ne o la u g n te r.
A Soul S tirring P ictu rizatio n ot me Most T iem endous m ory ever
W ritten " * • “M an sh all bo eaucated lor W ar auu W om an
PRIZE W INNERS NAMED IN
for recieation of the W arrior. E verything else is lolly."—Nietzscne.
OREGON HISTORY CONTEST
Anu m us are brute force and evil passions gloruied. H istory’s d a rk
est pages couiu scarcely recall sued teachings as this—the result is
The final decision of the judges
only .oo strongly snow u in “The im parttonabie Sin.” * “ • You
in the contest offered by the Civic
w on’t ueiieve it u n til you see it and w nen you see it you’ll w ant to
Club to the history classes for the
fight—any red blooded h u m a n being would 1 * • * couay w hen
best essays on “Early Oregon His
tne iau ii is com m itt’ed W om an nm es herseli. Man w alks proudly
tory" or some phase of early history
erect. oo conveniently lor M an, so bitter ror Woman! * * * A
w as made. Monday evening. The
w inners w ere K athleen Skinner,
F o w en u i ¿story 01 tne B ru tality and Injustice ol M an tow ard
freshm en, Otis Scott, sophomore,
W om an—unbelievable, u n th in k a ne, its dram atic thrilrs will hold
U N orm a C albreath, junior. Kathleen
you riveted to your le a t. * * • “The U npardonable Sin” is m ak
and Norrpa tied for the general
ing ah n m erica sir up and take notice. * • * It conveys a m es
prize. As the girls tied in m erit it
sage m at startle, tn n li an d del gut you—and you’ll be a better'
was decided to combine the two
hu m an being. * * * You'll a l’vuys see tne picture, you'll alw ays
prizes an d divide them equally be
rem em ber tne story, it w ill uve lit your nund lorever.
tween the two w hich disposition
gave each w in n er two dollars. The
judges w ere Mrs. J. S. Cooper, Mrs. MbiSUilUl' liAlllkii Alii
Clyde Ecker and Rev. C. T. Cook.
ttkiuuiuulittij rail anuUllil..j
They were highly pleased w ith the
T w u m u iii ù
A U M i ö S i U i N ZO-ÍHJC.
thought given the subjects and the
i n e M eth o d ist E udies A id a lw a y s
I thorough m aim er in which the pa keeps n s eye o u u ie m u m m y s ut
PROGRAM FOR REMAINDER OF THE WEEK in lters w ere prepared. They only re m e m ourners a n u n o t one is allow cu
gretted each p articip an t in the con tu puss w n u o u i u p re tty ceiebruliun.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE IS—BRYANT WASHBURN in “The W ay
test could not be given a prize. The L u a t rn u rsu u y lilese lu u les p r e p u ie .
of a Man W ith a M aid." Girls! Girls! \ \ ill you never learn? Of
Club hopes to m ake other offers to
u nice su rp rise- u t Uie aieiuouL -.
course, you don't th in k tiio m uu r just U’yiug to be nice to the gjrl.
the pupils along sim ilar lines.
c n u rc u lo r airs. A. d . U uvidsou a m i
You know Ins kind! B ut d on't worry! Sho cun pluy the gumo, too!
axis. D eru m r erg u so n who n a d euc.i
MACK SENNETT COMEDY “The Village Chestnut."
LIEUTENANT RALF FLOYD
reaclieu a n o u ie r u tile stoue. T he
AND ORA FENTON WED I re v e ille s w yre a ll co m p lete a u d u s • .
THURSDAY, JUNE 19—“CAPTURED BY CANNIBALS.” F inal
clim ax to mu p tc u sa n t ev en t M if.
It w as a g reat surprise to Inde ivuna layers a p p e a re d wiUi a b u n .
in stallm en t ol M artin Jo h nson’s sensational pictures “Cannibals ot
pendence friends to learn th at d ay cuke b ea rin g id can d les, i b e
the South Seas.” A first han d visit to the land o! the hum an brute.
L ieutenant Half A. Floyd and Miss iu u ics k n ew tney w ere p a s t Uml ug-.i
A udaciously O riginal U nconventional S iu y lin g pictures of Savages.
Ora Fenton w ere m arried ut Cor n u t rciu sc u to nuneve tu Uie U'uu. -
Naked, T reacherous M an-killing and frequently M an-Eating. Se
vallis a few days ago. The parties u o n s ot s u p e rs ltu o u a u d ea ch d e
lecting Bridles for M arriage—T rapped by »Man-Eaters—B urying the
were “k id ” sw eethearts and the ro p a rte d w ith Uie, sa m e c h e e iiu l ho. .
dead alive—Sixty ho u r death-w atch.
m ance w hich w as interrupted by on m u a n u s u rro u n d in g m e n tis.
the w a r w as resum ed in the glad
some days of peace w hich n atu rally
FRIDAY, JUNE 20—DOROTHY DALTON in “Quicksand." Come
Celebrate in Independence.
resulted in the ringing of m arriage
on boys! Yes, every one of y^u. Mothers, fathers an d sisters, too!
See w h at life really is for a cabaret girl! See, if it n il gay m usic,
L ieutenant an d Mrs.
à lL /A JA lìllà ' A L t l i R L
bright lights aud sp ark lin g cham pagne! CHARLIE CHAPLIN in
Floyd are now on th eir
“T he Firem an."
way to the Philippine Uivau vy ul. yuya, ui uU i.at oaalfaa
the ’l 'U ò a ttii mu'
avtuüuni bilillwi ua .
groom has been as aVcaiuy, auuv au, laiu, ut a b ululili.
SATURDAY, JUNE 21 WILLIAM DESMOND in “Liie’s a F unny
signed to active duty
Proposition.” A rollicking comedy d ram a—the story of a bachelor's
in the aviation branch
agonies ov .• the unexplained and unexplainable possession of a
r a u u u it m ;
of the service.
perfectly m uocent baby. OUTING CHESTER and a Comedy.
L la n o D u e lle — D iosauut tim e
SUNDAY, J UNE 22—D. W. GRIFFITH presents .
.u n ta cu au u iiu u i Telhrow
Lnst Friday night, Liuno boto— Come Fussy '
I'au im e Ferry
the P ra th e r clan of
w hich there are m any
L im isi.
W hat alunit th a t F rench girl th a t the soldier hoys,' hack victor- S m em bers, gathered at Fluito Solo—"Ou Tiptoe"
c e lila W arner
ions from tfie w ar, is telling about? Are her clothes startlin g ? Do ■ the home of Mr. and
the sk irts show her hose? Is she the “Frenchy" sort of person you p Mrs. n. E. P ra th e r and Fiuuo Solo—"C iuderilia W altz
Uluru Flem ing
im agine her to be? D. VV. Griffith's newest m otion picture intro- p spent a very enjoy-
duces you. Meet the girl the soldier boys knew in France. IT ^ able evening. E ither Fiuuo D uette—"The F irst D uette ’
COST “SOME” MONEY TO GET THIS PICTURE, BUT W E BOOK- ; Mr. or Mrs. P F,. or
l re m ic a uuU Opal ilew ett
ED IT JU ST THE SAME.
* both had a birthday
Jiro wiili e i
and the event was Fiuuo Solo—"Happy Holiday )
R u tti re th ro w
Fiuuo Solo— S pringtim e Joys
I N D E P E N D E N C E
P IE S AT BANKS
Fiuuo Solo—"Rose W altz"
M uniou Meyers
Rev. W. S. Stew art,
for three years pastor Fiuuo Solo—"H ie Contented Bird'
of the Independence
GUY PAUL PRATHER RECEIVES
M ildred ie tlu o w
Methodist ehurch, died
B ro w n ian i
PLAUDITS AT GRADUATION
Dud* ol Spring
at Banks W ednesday. Fum o Solo
He had been in jioor
health for a num ber Flutto Solo— Rainbow VYultz
The crow ning event of the season’s
of m onths. His par
m usical events w as the graduation
L u cilie Uouke
ents live at Mon
of Guy Pauli P ra th e r last T hursday j
m onth. The funeral Fiuuo Solo—"Sunshine Foiku
evening from the W estern Conserv- !
T ru la G rant
atory of Music, Ixittie Hedges Mein- ■
Friday, a num ber from Fum o Solo—"W hippoorw ill \V ullz
tosh, Interstate Faculty Teacher, j
The event w as held at ttie M etho-i
dist church before a large and dis ,
BEST OF PICTURES Fiuuo Solo—"W ultz of the Snowflakes
crim inating audience. The choir I
AT ISIS NEXT WEEK
loft w as a bower of beauty, a ,
Fiumi Solo—"Fiay Ground M arch"
color schem e of pink and green was 1
The best pictures are
Bernice B u irig h t
charm ing and effective. The chan ]
coming to the Isis!
cel rail w as entw ined w ith lacy ferns <
The hill of the coming P iano Solo— "Spinning Song
and pink ram blers and huge pink I
peonies and choice roses of the sam e j
strong. Feeling th a t j Vocal Solo—"A Dusky L ullaby”
delicate hue m ude the setting one j
th eir S aturday night ;
M urgurul Z ielesch
of extrem e lieauty as can only he
Singing and Playing
shows could be im -1
gathered from O regon's flower gar j
proved, the proprietors i
Jazz Dance Orchestra
Des Trom bours” Ch. Weh:
The youthful m usician w as as- I
Bessie Flesinger and Guy F ratlier
a high class repretoire. :
sisted d u rin g the evening bv Miss !
"The U npardonable | Vocal Sólo—"Tommy Lad"
G ertrude Rogers, violiniid, who de- ;
Sin" (M onday nnd |
lighted the audience with her se- I
E ru e st Chow n
Tuesday, June lfl-17) |
lections, and Miss A rtm thnot, read- . oitBimmiiHiii
11 ■ I I I V I B I J
is one of the most pre- : F iano Solo —"The M yrtles"
er, w ho alw ays holds her audience I
Vera W ilson
entious screen plays !
every m inute th ru her original m an
th a t has ever been a t F iauo Solo—"U nder the S tars"
ner in creating the atm osphere of
tem pted, and has com
the different characters she repre- j
pleted n iter m onths o f|
sent*. For this occasion she chose j
painstaking effort nnd ( Vocal Solo—“F ireside Faces"
“Calling on Caroline."
Vera W ilson
w ith the expenditure I
As a pianist of only fifteen yenrs,
of more real money P iano Solo—“Love Dream s"
Guy Pauli P ra th e r played w ith a
than has been enlisted i
m atu rity and poise quite rem ark I
Em ilia Zielesch
In the aid of any |
able. He displayed a brilliant tech
A. Thom as, long years
D o K ovcm
pixeluced | Vocal Solos— (u) “N ita G itan a’
nique and ftplendid interpretation.
(b) "The T w ilight H our"
w ithin the pa-. iive
| llis en tire program w as given from
memory. The second group "Adagio
pendence Studio and will
new production, Mid F iano Solo-Quartette from Rigoletto "Verdi S iile .’
and A llegretto" deserve especial
do all kinds of work In a
Just now is having its j
mention as the contrnst in action
initial ru n s in the im |
pleasing and satisfactory
w as a splendid attest to his anility.
Sandei s .ti
A w akening”
His rendition of Chopin's "Polon
aise" showed consum m ate m astery
In "The U npardon P iano Solo—"Dance of the Raindrops"
and he was in sistan tly recalled In
able Sin" Miss Sweet
"A Scottish Tone Poem " he display
E dith Plessinger
' is show n alone In a
ed a poet’s response to Scottish !
room w ith one of the Riano Solo— Polonaise
(C ontinued on Page 4.)
I I ■ !>■ i MJ. (continued on i ’uge 4.)
MUilUAl AnU lUtSUAY, JUNE lb & 17
"The Greatest Thing in Life" f
JU N E 18
“See here,” says the Good Judge
M argaret E. B urroughs
•C harles T. Calbreath
Norma M. C albrealli
Opal E. Ilew ett
Gladys 1. McGowuu
G race Seam an
H B I HI NliBU