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fllE OREOOX STATESMAN! srXDAr, MAT 4, 1010
GIRLS TO SING
AT HIGH SCHOOL
"The Lady of Shallott," Can-
lata Pflff ftl FvAninrr Pva.
eram Play Is Feature
, -The Lady of Shallott." a cantata
for women's voices, Is to be presented
at the high school auditorium Thurs
day night at o'clock by the music
classes conducted by Miss Lena Belle
Tartar. This Is not th"e only" feature
, of the program, for the Snikpoh so
ciety will be represented by some of
us mud mieoiea memoers in a
snappy play tinder the direction of
Miss Florian Llnklater. Admission
will be free of eharze.
It has been th rihlltnm fnr Iha
Snikpoh (Hopkins spelled back
wards) society to stage a lace Dlav
each year. Owing to the enforced
vacation during November and Janu
ary, ft was not deemed advisable to
attempt to follow out the usual cus
tom. The short play selected is a
one-act comedy full of laughs from
certain to curtain, and the cast is
working bard to make it a big success.-
The production is entitled "A
Bunch of Roses." Following are th
. Mrs. Petlove, Mud McCoy; Mr. Pet
love; Herbert Darby; Mr. Hargrove,
Donald Davidson; Mr. Mason. Evan
Jones; llopson. Ralph Wilson; Higge,
Margaret Griffith; Miss Pilkington:.
Gretchen Brown; Hilda, Edna Acker
man. ; ' '-.
The cantata is a three-part musical
arrangement by Wilfred Bendall of
Tennyson's descriptive poem't "The
Lady of Shallott." It is divided into
four parts: the first describes Cam
elot and the Island of Shallott; the
second tells about the Lady of Shal
lott; the third describes the knight.
Sir Lancelot and the prayer for her
by Sir Launcelot and the knights of
The soprano solos in the cantata
will be sung by Joanna James. The
piano accompanist will be, Gretchen
Brown and Marian Emmons, violin
ist, will assist. - The high school or
chestra will render a number of se
lections during the evening.
You will find the wheel you
The Home of the Indian"
YThtNG PCRTAINIHQ to BitrS;
126 South Commercial St
County Spelling Match
Scheduled for May 1 7
, The annnaf 4 spelling contest will
be hld at the Salem high school on
Saturday. M ay 17, beginning promp
tly at 10 o'clock a. m. Each school is
entitled to one contestant from each
6f the following grades:' fourth, fifth,
sixth, seventh and eighth.
The words will be selected from
the Champion Spelling book' begin
ning on page 1 and extending to the
last page of the grade work on each
grade as shown by the state course
(Continued from page 2)
Loganberries, Strawberries, Red Raspberries,
Black Raspberries, Gooseberries,
A . , ;v Blackberries,- etc :'. : ff " ; . , j -WE
PAY.THE HIGHEST; MARKET PRICE:
J. L. Van Doren
Office 312 Masonic Temple u :,; Phone 342
through my nose, a3 it warms, moist
ens and purifies the air before it
goes to (be lungs. Breathing through
the mouth makes me look foolish
and throws my mouth out of shape.
"I should always have a clean
handkerchief and kee: my nose
clean, for If I don't It vill make me
have catarrh. I should not go where
I have to breathe tobacco smoke be
cause it is poisonous.
" I should ; sta.Tl sl' vrV and
tall with my w?i;rhV v. n for
ward on the balls f liie fret. I
should neve". s!oi.ich diJwn in in.'
"1 should eat plenty of good, no';r
ishing food. I shonld eat more, nif.-.i
in winter to keep me warm ail
more fruit . in summer to keep i ?
"I should bathe my whole bbdy a
least once a week. I ought alwa:;
to keep my finger nails clean. The r.;
Might be disease microbes under my
"I must clean my teeth after rnh
meal and Just before going to 1U.
I clea'a mine before I eat my break
fast, also, i
"I mustnot put anything in iw
ear smaller than my finger, as I
might break the ear drum and th at
would make me deaf. Sometimes
when we cannot hear well it is be
cause the ear wax has hardened on
the drum. A doctor can clean this
off and you will hear as well as ever
again. '.''..: ' .
"If my eyes bother me la any wyJ
I must see a doctor at oaee. as I
might set blind and' that would most
''Children 11 . years old ought to
sleep 10 hours and not drink tea nor
coffee, as that makes them nervous;
then they cannot get their lessons
. well. , v t V . K v ,
"I have le'arned many other things.
Prof: E D. Pavatte
Will play the Opening of Our 1 i sr
Orchestral Photoplayer Pipe Organ
In an illustrative accompaniment to
THE STUPENDOUS DRAMATIC P1CTUR1ZAT10N
A Smashing Super Feature based on "The Three Things"
by Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews
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SPEGAL SELECTIONS BY PROF. PAVATTE AT 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 P. M. TDAY
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Conference and a Prominent Associate
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KEW UNES OF PUMPS AND 0XF0KDS ARE ARRIVING EACH DAY
We just received a new black kid pump in all widths,
the highest grade at r.,.
Just arrived, new blaclc Oxford, high low heel, the
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the best walking shoe made, at
We do not claim the distinction of showing the cheapest shoes but we always
have the best
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but I cannot write thra now, as I
must eo to my lansnare class."
'A boy I j the 4 A class wrote tha
"I told my grandpa wbat I had
learned from tbe health talks and
he said. 'I saw a man once that eaid
he had hU nose cU off and the doc
tor sewed it back on wrong .side
and the only trouble he had was
when he sneezed it blew his hal oft.''
"I don't hardly believe this, but
my granpa told nc so." . I
Teachers are confident 'that tb
health talks will -bear fruit la later
life ajd that after thtf children In
the schools at present 'have -grown
to manhood they are sure there mill
not be such a larg percentage fonnd
physically unfit, as there were when
the draft calls were made dufin;
the past two yeara. The necessity
of a healthy body as a fit compan
ion for a sound mind Is becoming
more and more evident and is being
stressed more and more by the pub
lic school teachers.
Several changes have been made
in the personnel of the delegation
Germany sent to the peace confer
ence in Paris, but Constantine F"rh
renbarh will be the loader of the
envoys. Another delegate will be
Hugo Haase. wno berore the war
was prominent as a Sociali.
Desert) Annie HaroT3.
Lucy Hopkins (her chum) Zinj
Mrs. Ogden (widow) Kleanor
White Hird I Apache Indian girl)
Mrs. John Ilerrcn.
fUrold Morton Uailroad surveyor)
f :-- OsJcn (ranrher) It. J.
Kamseyer " " J ?XnXJCI3
. uopklns (rpeculator) Henry
S'.lvera (Mexican renegade) Ellis
Bill Jones (sheriff) John Herren
Jim Parker (gambler) K. R. McAllis
'.er. : (Vn-boys Alfred Kampf. IoweH
Lambert. Elmer Ieisy. Lewis Tooler
The scenei of the play are lotatei'
'in Arizona at the time of the Apache
nlian raid !n 18S2. Six years pre
viously Mr. Arlington, father to
Ruth, had been assassinated and hei
mother dying from grief rix weeks
later, Ruth swears vengeance upon
npiaer iainer s muraerer. or wnose
Identity he 1s. however, ignorant.
AS NO EQUAL
ERE EVERY SUN.
The Irish Chairman
MORTON and GIBSON
Pratum Young People to
Give Play Saturday Night
PRATUM. May 1. For the past
two months the young people of tfhe
community have spent much time fe
hearsing a play which will be given
here Saturday nigbt. May 3. The
paly, "The Daughter of the Desert.
Is composed of the following char
Ruth Arlington (Daughter of the
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HADDON and NORMAN
A Comedy Oddity
What would you
HARRY T. MOREY
"THE GREEN GOD"
your father traded you in
a Chinese relic? '
"TRAMPS and TRAITORS" Comedy
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