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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, TTTESDAT, MAY 27, 1319.
COUNTY SCHOOLS ARE f
READY FOR EXERCISES M
Programme at Library May 29
Marks End of Year.
MANY TO RECEIVE DIPLOMAS
Entertainment Includes Songs, Reci
tations, Addresses, Folk Dances
and Patriotic Features.
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Exercises which will mark the close
cf the school year in Multnomah county
public schools will be given in the pub
lic library Thursday morning, May i'J,
at 10:30 o'clock, the following 14 events
toeing included in the da"y s programme:
Rapid Number Concert.
Recitation, Winifred Bechill. Gresham.
Concert recitation, "The Day Is Done,"
Koik dancing. Park Rose school.
The Midnipht Elves." Lynch school.
Concert recitation, "Seven Times One,"
"Captain Jinks and Company," Bridal
Vocal solo. Myrtle Rusher, Gresham.
Concert recitation, "Little Boy Blue,"
Gresham fc school.
Address to class. Rev. C. E. Cline, repre
senting the G. A. R.
Sons, "Our Country," eif?hth grade pupils.
Director Prof. C. M. Godfrey.
Awarding of diplomas to eighth grade
pupils. Ralph W. Hoyt, chairman board of
court ty commissioners.
Awarding gold watch, Isaac Staples.
Picnic at Laurclhurst park.
Members of the eighth grade gradu
ating classes in the several districts are
School district No. 3. John Thomas Black
ell. Henry Gertaman. Kenneth C. Hampton,
oe Raymond Jones. Ferdinand Kruse. Ken
neth B. MurTell, Bert jsewman, nines c.
Viner- Violet Lorene Pulien, oeorge wuoia
tiaeh. Francis Esther Sommervllle, Ethel
School district No. 4. Marie Jeannette
Tinwtt Reatha Irene Fisher. Harriett Dor.
thv Hamilton. Louie Mauiding. Francis W.
Peak. Dorothea Pearl Perry, Sigfrld D. Peter
son. Ollce Lorena 1'eterson, -ftiyrrie fiargarci
Kusher, Carl Edward Schwedler, Harrison
1st. Squire. Alden E. Miller, William Menzies
School district No. 8. Ruth Anderson
Bherman Everett. Mary Elliott, Malcolm
imiyard, Mabel Johanson, Walfred Johnson,
Kverett Lake, Anna uennartz., t naries mc
Klnnev. Myrtle Nasshahn. Mabel V. Sloop,
Alice Trimble, Herman Walters, Alberta
School district No. 8. Cyril Baker, Mabel
T)oris Baker, Jiyra lnes Hall, Eugene Lowell
School district No. 0. Otto O. Zurbrugg.
School district No. 13. Violet Dieter,
Blanche Fetrow, Buffie Hanke. Irene Ho
henleitner. Dorothy A. Tickle. Dorothy
School district No. 15. Lewis C. Moulton,
Wvrtle Olive Moulton. Roy L. Pitts.
School district No. 15 Jt. Paul A. Bliss.
ThcfwifirA Rosin. Elgen Olson.
School district No. 16. Edward Harold
School district No. 20 Thelma M. DuPuis,
Samuel F. Harlow, Horace C. McGlnnis,
Clyde Monohan. Bertha V. Weithers.
School district No. 23 Marie Nellie
Brooks, Wilbur Alvin Hadsell, Ernest How
ard Hadsell. Albert Ferdinand Krueger.
School district No. L'5 Harold Kerlakc,
Nicholas Meter. Lawrence A. Stonier.
School district No. 2(1 Wendell Julius
Gustafson. Amy Madoras Gustafson, Hilma
Kvelyn Johnson. Judith M. I.arson, Lewis O.
Metzger, Lillie Kerstine Nelson, Frelda W.
School district No. 27 Kenneth Burgess
Marlon Eleanor Mcintosh, Lillie Biberg
James Melbourne Seliger. Frances M. Grim-
Phaw. Delia -Catherine Stockton, J. Claude
Seliger, Glenn McConnrli.
School district No. 28 A1ta Dahlhammer,
Irene Kummel, Mildred McGregor, Lloyd Ray
Middleton, Albert Zengcr, Adolph Zcnger,
School district No. 21 Florence Ferguson.
School district No. 31 Herbert E. Ran-
School district No. 32 John Debe, Thro-
- dore O. Dimbat, Lena C. Fuhrer. Walter M.
Kehrli, Alice L. Riggs, Catherine Rohrbach,
. Golda C. Weisenbeck.
School district No. 35 Emma J. Evans,
Marie Bernice McGuire.
School district No. 38 Lillian Irene
School district No. 39 Walter Donovan,
Albert I.aVern Rankin, Larkin J. Shoultz,
Leon Speybrock, Mildred Margaret Taylor.
School ristrict No. 40 Sakti Matsukawa,
Vivionne Rasmu-ssen, Jesse Harold Stewart.
School district No. 42 Ruth A. Fry
fJeorge James Thomas, Marjoric Mae Wil
School district 42, Jt. Otto E. Seidler.
School district 4:5. William Morgan.
School district 4.". John Auda, Frank G.
Ferris. Jean Flnlay. Dorothy Marie Bruce,
Theo McBee, Margaret Met ulloch.
School district 40. Paul Edward Clanton
John G. Galhraith. Ralph LeRoy Ledger
wood. Aino Klvira Enqulst, Marguerite Ford
Thelma Weir. Anna Felice rord.
School disirlet 4U. Ralph W. Wood, Wal
ter A. Thompson.
School district 50. Wilbert L. Smith.
School district 52. Harry Long Cooper,
Verda Frances Howe. Inpa Marie Ostgard
Klsle Ferguson in scene from her latest photoplay aucceaa, "Eyes of the Soul."
at Peoples Theater.
Ing driver in his new picture. He weds
the pretty daughter of his employer
and discovers that he's launched on a
particularly choppy matrimonial sea,
with a rival conspiring to force a di
vorce. Tallulah Bankhead, grand
daughter of United States Senator
Bankhead, is Tom's leading woman.
"Bucking the Snow to Mount Hood."
the unique scenic, showing how a one
ton Chevrolet truck, fully loaded, broke
all records foh motor-driven vehicles on
a run to Mount Hood, is a epeclal at
traction on the programme, while a
Harold Lloyd comedy and Fathe weekly
are other eubjects.
TODAY'S FILM FEATURES.
Sunset Rex Beach's "Laughing
Peoples Elsie Ferguson, "Eyes
of the Soul."
Columbia Lila Lee, "Rustling a
Majestic Tom Moore, "Thirty a
Star "The Spreading Evil."
Liberty Ccil B. DeMille's "For
Better, for Worse."
Globe Charles Ray, "His Moth
Circle Margarita Fisher, "Mol
lie of the Follies."
"Doug" at Two Theaters.
A PHOTOPLAY novelty will he In
troduced to Portland filmdom
commencing next Saturday, when
the latest Doyglas Fairbanks produc
tion. "The Knickerbocker Buckaroo,
will be shown simultaneously at the
Peoples and Star theaters.
Our experience in presenting big
photoplays, and particularly in the case
of 'Mickey, which ran for two weeks at
the Peoples theater, has shown the im
possibility of accommodating the pub
lic of Portland," explains John C. Stille,
manager of the Peoples Amusement
company. "So with this new Fairbanks
picture, which we consider even a big
ger attraction than 'Mickey, we have
arranged to show the picture at both
of our downtown theaters at the same
'The Knickerbocker Buckaroo" is a
seven-reeler. cost $264,000 to produce,
and required six months in the making.
Fairbanks, one of the biggest ot all
screen stars, is said to have put the re
sult of his entire screen experience into
making this picture the very biggest
thing he has ever presented to the
A picture has never before been
shown at two theater- in Portland at
the same time, and the local film world
has a Keen eye to the experiment.
Tom Moore, that rollicking Irishman
recently elevated to screen etardom.
opens an engagement at the Ma
jestic theater today in the automobile
racing comedy-drama, "Thirty a Week."
Tom has the role of a chauf feur-rac-
Present for Mjrick.
Before his departure last night for
Butte, Mont., where he will become
manager of the Rialto theater for Jen
sen & Von Herberg, E. J. Myrick, re
tiring manager of the Liberty theater,
was presented with a beautifully en
graved gold fountain pen by his ex
employes. "I wish we could give him an auto
mobile, asserted one little usher, and
she expressed the degree of affection
the attaches of the Liberty feel for their
An abatement in crime has followed
the opening of Sunday motion picture
shows in many towns of New York
state, according to statistics compiled
Donald McBrlde .associated with the
Drews in many of their comedies, is
to bo with Mrs. Sidney Drew in her
first new pictures. He will play a
frivolous bachelor character and Polly
will bo his sister.
Eugene O'Brien is another star worth
more dead than alive. Lewis. J. Selz
nick has insured E,ugene for tl, 000,000,
thus protecting the producer against
the possibility of the star -dashing in
front of a motor car, drowning or man
aging in any other way to suddenly
snuff out his existence.
Artcraft is to present an all-star
cast in "Huckleberry Finn."
Eddie Foy and his progeny will make
a enrioo gf rpl rnmaHia ot nan, .a.
this Hummer. They will be called Foy
Lester Cnneo. former Metro villain.
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Eileen Percy, stolen from the Century
Grove by "Doug" Fairbanks for pic
tures, will be seen with Sessuo llaya
kawa in "The Gray Horizon."
George LeGuere and Lucy Cotton
from the stellar combination in "Sun
up," to he made in New York. Le Gtiere
was with Shirley Mason in those
"Seven Deadly Sins."
Cullen Landis, a juvenile comer, has
signed a five-year contract witli Gold
wyn. His first story will be with Mabel
Will M. Ritc-hey.
writer, says that 90
writers of rejected scenarios mitrht sell
per cent of the
if they would only take their time in
submitting, rewriting first several
Lewis J. Cody, tho latest he-vamp of
the screen, has gone to New York to
give Broadway a treat.
Jack Gilbert has joined the Morocco
studios and will be working with Mar
guerite Clark under the direction of
Alfred Whitman has signed a con
tract to appear in stock at the Los An
geles Morosco theater.
Lois Wilson is now working with
Bryant Washburn and may remain for
two or more pictures.
IS YET SOUGHT
AVOM.VX-S BUILDING FINDS DE
i;.xtra Solicitors Chief Need and
Alumni Members Are Asked to
With commencement drawing nearer
at the University of Oregon, the com
mittee which is conducting the canvass
for funds for the erection of the pro
posed Woman's building on the col
lege campus is trying desperately to
secure enough workers from among
:ilumni to complete the campaign, and
ways and means of securing these
workers was one of the principal sub
jects under consideration at the lunch
eon of workers at the Hazelwood yes
The field to be covered is large, and
the teams that have been secured can
not begin to cover all of it in the time
that is available before commence
Headquarters of the campaign .are at
421 Oregon building, and all alumni
who are able to give a portion of their
time to the work are urged to telephone
this office, Broadway 1071, and notify
the secretary where they can be found
and what time they will be able to give
to the campaign.
"The State Chamber of Commerce
has indorsed the campaign and many
other organizations have contributed
to the fund and have given it their
backing," said Chairman Homer Angell,
in charge of the Portland canvass, "and
we feel thj.t the situation is so well
understood by the public that if we can
only get workers enough to cover the
field fully, the sum that still remains
to be raised will be secured in plenty i
Arrangements are to be made to have
Colonel Leader, stopping In Portland
from a trip over the state, appear be
fore the various clubs of the cXir and
sneak in behalf of the building fund.
With only about $46,000 remaining to
be secured out of the original $100,-
000 required, all possible efforts are to
. be employed to carry the canvass to a
ispeedy and successful conclusion.
Suicide Committed In Shed.
Robert English, who committed sui
cide near Crown Point Chalet May 6,
killed himself in a shed a considerable
distance from the restaurant, according
to announcement by Deputy Coroner
Goetsch. English had been ill and shot
himself on account of despondency.
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KfoRLDs Record Jnow Cumb By Auto
the most remarkable pictures ever taken of any self-propellin? vehicle
traveling in deep snow. Taken in Oregon by the Lifeograph Co. and
CHEVROLET ONE-TON TRUCK
LOADED TO CAPACITY, CLIMBING MT. HOOD THROUGH SNOW 4 TO 9 FEET
DEEP, TRAVELING EVERY INCH UNDER ITS OWN POWER
The test was carried out by Reglier & Fields
local Chevrolet dealers, and has been admitted nationally to be a word's record. The truck used was pur
chased by one of the passengers immediately after completion of the test. It was the standard Chevrolet
$1510.00 one-ton truck, the lowest priced worm-gear driven truck in captivity, with a regular, everyday,
Chevrolet value-in-head motor.
Truck owners have claimed this feat impossible, but the pictures don't lie they merely surprise you.
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