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THE OREGON STATESMAN: SlXllAY, MAV 11. IOIO
Highland Parent Teacher As-!
sociation Meeting Held
A large number of patrons and
friends, also (teachers from other
schools, attended the parent-teacher
7. ,7."" . i l
wn eanesaay evening.
The program was en exemplifi-1
cation Of the work dane regularly
, by the physical culture ' classes.
These exercises were conducted by
MUs Philippa. head of this depart-
tnAn n r in IfMJ... J n . .
u aiiss 1 Jiim-ca cox, ine
regular teacher Miss Pb'Hpps Rave a
vu iue , aiue oi 'correct ro3 -
ture for Children.
The flag contest was won by the
sixth grade, but as that room won a
flag last year, the pupils decided to
give the flag to the first -room. At
present there are silk flags ia both
the upper and lower halls and in
three of thf rooms. These flags.
arc -on.. staff" -and sef in standards
Th-v mei"re 32 bv 4S 'rtchpg across.
U is hopedijthat early in the next,
school year all the rooms n.tiw'
bnildiag will be -supplied wttn simi-
t . i
at k Ji , . i . i 1
At the conclusion of Uednesdav's
program thei children marched from
the audito-iam to anothet room,
Explosions Jar Class Room But Nobody Worries About
It Boys in Chemistry Classes Become Bomb Experts
Explosive and Boapi don't com-
bine very well that's why Herman
Clark, professor of chemistry at Salem-high
separate? hia secojd se
mester boya4 and girls' classes. Of
course, they start out at the first
of the year studying the same things
along the lines of cut and dried
chemistry, but within ,a few months
they are ready to apply H20 and
Hno3 aud all the rest to entirely dif
ferent and iextrennely practical pur
poses.; !! . -; r ,
During the war it has been the
custom to explain to theToys the use
of explosives, their1-composition aad
general - properties and in the la
boratory they have made practically
all of th f omnjon and . uncommon
ones in smiall quantities. Working
in pair',' they mike the nnn. .a.h
desires to ekiieriment with. The fin-
. . M 10 "sperimeni-wtth. The fin-i
Ished product is tested under the
tirnmr 3r..j :
Metals, their uses, chemical - an
alyses aod Allows are also taken up
and suitable tests car :Ied out.
While their classmates are man
ufacturing fkiynamite the girls are
engaged in linore delicate operations.
Kuicn as the intanu fact ure of per
fumed S'Jaiiw. By maKlng samples
in the laboiratory they easily learn of
Ubertr jcho.1, South of Salem. Where Departmental Work
Out for F.rst Tune; Several New Subjecst Recently Added to
KilHBg tWO lIrrf With nno cr..
and getting a lot of fun , t . 4t
Is evidently. one or th. mtt u tt,
Liberty school just four nriles south
of Salem.jliAt this building, which
has one cf the livest groups of chil
dren in the county, they have a pe
culiar method of studying geography
of the Fnited States in the seventh
grade. ery time an interesting
subject, i dmes up the children ' sit
down and write letters to commercial
clubs in the Bection concerned aad
from the literature sent in response
to the qtiry acquire first hand In
formation or the country. j
The beauty or this correspondence
work is that it teaches the boysi and
girls to write correct letters, they get
a vast amount ' or jov in opening
their officjal mail and they inciden
tally piekl up much knowKMge not
to be had; from me:ie chool books
For insUnce. the class was study,
ing Texas and wrote to certain plac
es for information..' Back came book
lets full of maps and pictures of
the horned or several g-eat men. In
cluding Colonel House and Postmaster-General
Burleson. With these as
a suggestion the class immediately
r?Md.""e,f rjto oup of enr
ographesf 8tudent ead of ge-
OF TERM DRAWS NEAR
where they enjoyed a concert given .
on the Victrola. i
Meanwhile the parenU elected of-i
Vicers forj the coming ,ear, as the
date, was the en set for the annual
meeting, j E. S. TUinghast was elect
ed president. Seth U. Smith, vice-
president Jand M:kN. E. Abbott, sec
retary and treasurer. The officers
are already making plans for open
ing ,ip the work of the association
in the fail.
Twenty-two Pass in
Lincoln Posture Tests
The sebond posture test iriven bv
Miss Helen Phillins -mnaBi.,m ....
pervisor at Monday resulted in 22
passing in Lincoln junior high Thoe I
Mn the Mventh grade were: Margie
Marr. Gladys Danison Mary Smith
Martha Van Lannen. Martha Walker
. . . . ....
r-exner ivisle. Fmm . the eighth
I trade w-iere- UtAcn Amv t'nni
Winifred Lura Florence
Jones, Ltis Fellows.. Helen Hooreh-
ardt, Lafonia .Leach. Pauline Pat
terson ahI Gladys Xewherry. Out
of the niijfh p-ade were: HolM Vick.
Peers, Helen Camniack.
and 'Li Ml
Humphreys Hnttie Brown.
e-f arc riven pverv fn;?r
G.ant t Have l',v.y,m.
r. :,,, .. .. .
i gymnasium exhibit for .the "aront
at 7:30 'hexf Wednesday night j Th:
. nm.,Mn1in.m ... j
nnd will lb' fnllo-wed" bv neakine on.D. 1 J " I 1
the proposed school election n COyj and GlTlS Tty to
! . . . .
the harmful and honetixi Qi
ant" and methods of testing. Each
rt tha ii i iae icacner naa aeveioped an In-
tVln on cnarrVing and
reBnit nnniA t.-!
she may! put to use later on show- i
to a ittuiaiMK letoru. wnirn'
forolln t0 bC UP -aanrso!Srrn
Sttoi S fd. ? .SaI-,!-2COm;:r,OM forms whith this niemorial
tabr-adUnH8 tak were spokea of by the
Bcienceork Vs it uZv
VThe: is no lace of interest in the
class room and something is doing '
every minute More girls are tak-.'
u.c tuuise man usual and havo
delved so 3e, iosly ,to their work I theospital and bthers IhlTo, -that
they have formed what is known : f-. ol"ers inf .co'u-
as th t v t dm., .......
era; ;J Tw C oev:'
o icim mey get.-
togethei? and stage ' an
w ucuiuusn auun or nold a
picnic breakfast before school. The
club hasJhe following officers: Max
ine Burn, president; Florence Cart
wright. Secretary and treasury; Ruth
'Sinuus, (Clarion repo-ter; Karthryn
Gibbardt sefgeant-at-arms. Meet
ings are carried out according tn
' parliamentary rules.
r '..4..J it ! . .
lZZ ."00i t,
""'""'UB ieaiures. this
year. The three teachers are trying
ut ut-jiai imeniai work ror the first
time aad have made a good showing
m the art and physical culture class
es The school has just purchased
a Victrola and the board provided
baseball equipment in order that a
team might be organized. Had it not
beea f.r the prevalence of influenza
in the neighborhood this spring the
.toys would have been out pl.-ving
The school lost 33 days of Whooi
tin - term on account of the epidemic.
. -mong-the gt made by the chil
dren recntly we:e $28.07 to Hie Ar
menian fund and three boxes of food
SrPohS,23? ana Girls' Aid society
t-Ai j .Arnt,,,i is Principal at Liber
La?d. ,s ass!stei by Mrs. Hull I4
the iatermediate and Miss Marion
Barkhorst in the primary grades
The school board f- tn, 5.Fi!?ef;
made tap of j. Ei Cri"
man, Uenry Stevenson, H. II M
ford and F- I. Scott,! clerk.
all or the min.i aiin;n.
appear in the picture TW
. 8 year ire 35 follows:
ii , .
car Ilerndt. Mary im"":
Iterg. Willie Be:ndt. Dorotv rZVZ " I .
' L. j V- ';
i 0 0 1 1 !' j i ry I
! CLASS PICKED
Maud McCoy Given First
Place for Scholarship
! at Salem High
' Students who are to take part in
the Salem high commencement exer
cises have been selected I by the
faculty and students and are now
working on their class orations. For
having the highest stand
the seniors Maud Mcf'ov
p aCe- 1)0113,(1 Rat
haying the highest standing among J
oi the student body, was chosen by
the class and Adelei Esteb by the
This year's graduates make up
one of the smallest classes In recent
yarsk as there are only 99 members
and two of these are uncertain un
til they learn the results of the
slate: Bible tests on which they are
relying to make up certain credits.
U-!st!June 147 received their dj
plomns. Thr conmenorment speaker has
n t yt t br-n pelocted.
The class met ln!ng 1.
and decided upon Jun 10 a
d ite for thf senior p'ny.
Find Suitable M emorial
Out at Highland school the chil
dren one day were trying to help
i the city out on a proolem that is f
paramount in the minds of many at I
the Present time, a unldipra' nmmn'.l
ial. And just to show .wiiat logical
thioking the tots put forth on the
subject, here is an examule:
ai"ins, ana me various uses to
J:1iwnc granite and marble are put.
nru u j a. A .
""J1 f" vfere- l? n.e P.r.-
M arCh' raoni"ent, "comfort" room
7 MhT.u,;" w,us UI
o.uj . r
' w,ir- - one avisea tne
a.rcn or monument.- Bertha thought
th both the JomfirV" r and
that hnth th wr j
,She said. "I think they ought
10 nave both rooms. I think they
ought to be something the soldier3
would enjoy, and
would enjoy being
some of the soldiers
sick, so nothing would be done for
Is Being Successfully Tried
Interesting Course of Study
I doiTt think they, Herboldt. Francis Mapes. Mildred
in a hospital and Gravbill. .ian,. ."arfc
Dencer. Pearl-Davison Willi,,,, iw.
man. Ruth Emery. -Ralph 'Emery Ro-I
.r?.t- Vr Fr"st. Ula Fox. Iw-i
man Ifi.ik r
cii;,.0,. , .... " . iuw--
i " " ' it --",,an uarijobst, Hor-
v ' rranK Hrubetz. Elsa
v Ti Krcri Iferman Krert.
M8thr .Kreft' I-ouis Lprr. Genie
M.tn,ford Gladys MumfoM Ton,
Helen Mue, Harriet Mize. Milton
Mc Iouch Keta Os.e. KeanetS
?iJe"e.da.hma.rt. EWon Ogle.
i?VJ i. .7 ltrson- Patterson.
Hazel Patterson. Ethel Patterson.
Edith I-atterson. Dcnond
ard Schotthoefer. Theresa Schotthoe
rer. Ceelia Schotthoerer. Chester
Seeger. Leland Scott, earl Scott,
Charles Stevenson. Joha Stevenson
Rose Spoo. Ruth Spoo. Roland See
Ser, Memn Seeger. Elizabeth Tur
ner, J-lora Turner. ; Albert Thomas
uiaaert Williams. fie
- ": .I "eginald Williams. Etta
' "is Alice Kug- rr-ciaiion.
Magdalena Schmidt. Sabina Schmidt. M.orning: C ' rWa
Tschn' ,2ath dt. 1'iano duet -HeautieK of Para-
New List of Names Oat for
Palmer Certificates and
Palmer Method awards for good
penmanship in school have just been
announced by Miss Theda D. Per
kins, supervisor of the work. These
are divided up into various classes,
and were given out as the follow-
Washington Junior High.
Business a ad H. S. diplomas Eth
el Hepner. Leah Hoppes. Ruth Kuhn.
Ruth Peck. Iradell Crozier, Marie
Students Certificates Dorothy
Brant. Mary,. Peck, Helen Chung.
Frank Reinhart Dorella Anderson.
Rita AlKere, Louise Flndley, Esther
Krickson. Katheriae Hartley. Iris
Page, Mary McKinnoj, Louise Nunn.
JJUian BaUingeT, Charles Crosby.
Progress Pins Dorothy Eshelman i
iois t.vans, Wayne Voris. William
Gupton, Mildred Stanton. Margaret
jonnson. Alice Wulfmeyer. Marie Ar
nold. Clarie Ritchie. Luella Voune. I
Con3tanee Richmond.- Bemice Kirk-
wood, Charlotte Doocastcr, Theodore
Smith. Gladys Hildebrand.
Palmer Method Button Thelraa
Daily. Genevieve Mulkey, Estella
Batliner, Marie Elche. Clifford
Fitts. Lora Toelle. Wllimena Cox.
Grant Junior lHzh.
Students Certificate Ella Plett,
WVl Mary Warner. Margaret Frohmader
' thp, .Progress Pins Beatrice Living
I eton, Bersie Taylor. Thelma Owen.
Donald Schaupp, Charlotte Runde.
4 Kate McCaffery. Theodore Runde.
Anna Anderson. Henry Rahlke.
Palmer Method Button Unlta
Kirk, Kenneth Prince, Walter Lam
kin, Irma Bacon. Earl Tucker, Garth
Johnson. Virgil Creson, Dorl3 Shaw,
August. Harris. Carmen Kuhn Mr.
dell Dietz. Gabrielle Ancey, Melvln
Finley, Earl Strasbau'th.
Wncoln Jnuior High
Jones. ' . ' I
Progress Pin Erma Meek, Flor
ence Roberts, Miriam ; Holder.
Palmer Method j Button Paul
XYoodward. Alvin Marr. Mary Smith,
tanning Brora. Everet Anderson,
zenith Stapleton. Carl Houglas. Ruth
Hazelton. Mable Wolf. Harold Mc
intyre. Helen Throckmorten. Margie
Marr, Arthur Blumberg. Perry Wal
cher. Fred Krepela. Lloyd Satterlee.
John Minto. Opal Lucas. Xorrls Sta
pleton. Gillis Knapp. Rrth Hazelton.
, Highland School
Progress Pins Ethel Cooper.
iwmer Aietnod Button Martha
Burger,' Lois Hockett. Margaret Pro
IZJ"": "fdell. Ix,uis
U," - nce.Kuth Davison
"""T Clifford Flake.
Mildred Cooper, Orpha Harvey Ktto
el Cooper. Lottie Weber.
' Richmond ScImm.i.
Palner Method Buttons May
finder 1 4, ln" llrt?
Orville Fisbr. Pauline
Wells, Hubert Ashbv. Canitola ai.
house, Martha Ammana. Marvell Ed
ward., Kenneth Graber. Edwa d Am-
i-n. .Miiared Pearsons. JuaniU
bepman' Loif "PPoW. Ornery Camp-
Palmer Method Button Veda Fer
rell. Ora Sharp. Wilbur Loy. lola
Pjiogers, I5tn lArnold. Io -Graber
Varjory Wakey, Hazel Rogers. Ada
Progress Pin Evelyn Johnson
1 aimer Method ituimn ? .
r ..wm Kauri
Yew Park Children
Give Night Program
An -exhibition of gymnastics and
roik games was given Friday nigh
?i - m Park RCh001 nder the
direction of Mis frri.
he lower hall of the building. A
irge number or parents attended
and took part in the discussion or
the proposed special election to pro
l I fu-?d8,ror the erection of Junior
niKh school gymnasiums. Mrs. J w
Harbison was the principal speaker
Music Classes Plan
Their Own Programs
j 'Girls in -the junior hiph school
I "'"SIr Masses are geiiinK pr.ttire in
...-Ring up proKiamx tlimusi, the
que method intrudu.--.-d i,y iheir
rurior. .Miss Lena lMe Tartar.
0Ullllittf la a,.rw,vi... ..I
- -" i r. itnre ev-
p' lwo wefK' and th i....inlHrs ar-
,.M,V. n amateur recital
" I Wfj Wfj-j.
week in the buildinr.
In the junior Inch
...v.i,-r pan or the time is put in on
rhour work, folk songs., patriotic
ng;and popular ballads b.ing
" d.. One a week Miss Tartar
IV. ic,rollt record by a famous
artist, and it i played and s,.,diod
gies i tic pupils a
i-and. Irena Ger. Doi-eila Af!d-r-son.
Clifford Ilulsy, Arthur Cum-
mings. . '
Piano solo. 'To Spriim." it;ri.g
'Th.. T.II Tal." Uonald KriHI.
I,et. "Oii the Kad to Hon..
.swwt Home." Klla Wolf. l.re.U
Rea'ding-- - "ThV
Duel." (Field)? I
Sons. "Carry Mo Back to Old Vir-
1 aimer ilelhod itiin.m.u.L.
miht viever be Kiser. vrn, Vi--.r.' .!L ' "i00
1 i a.i i ii i: s w . ii n n u iim
glnny," Ella Wolf. Lorenz Schnuelle.
Reading. "Our Hired Girl." Juan
Duet. Tn-to date Match". Pearl
Mee. Louise Findley.
The Sa class in music also gave
the following program Friday morn
ing: Piano foIo. -Sparklets." Bertha
Recitation. "Visiting the Sick."
Recitation. "The Two Frogs."
Our Trip Around The World'
Recitation. "The Bald Headed
Man." EIniira Paulson.
Piano solo. '"Little Grey Home in
the West." Cecille Llston.
Recitation, Dialect poem, lkw
HERE AND THERE :
IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Harold Cook Steaker.
Harold Cook, scout master for the
Kalem troops, gave a lecture on Boy
i ocoui worK ai
Forty IkolUn IUieI.
From the entertainment given
Thursday nieht in the Salem htrh
auditorium by the Snlkpoh Dramatic
Fociety and the Girls Glee club $40
MIn Dahlbrrjr Here.
Miss Kate Dahlberr. who is In
' charre of th Smith-TTughes work at
iOrfnTi AcrirtiltnTl rnin-re m-a in
the ritv Friiflv and In
dimtir Fri.-cc hn!U!lr.r .it tr.-
high pchool She jilso T!ted thn
Ktrl' c?a-s roim.
Spoiling Mitch Sncn.
Murh interefit l blnr fn"vod
r th countv p111re rch tn tak
plac'next Snturday Schools rnnv
send contestants rnrentlng arft
grade above the fourth to th b'r
meeting at tb Sale"i hleh Wlnnerr
will receive gold medals having or.
them their names, grade and th
CUmi VUIu Mill.
The 9A clss in manual traininr
at the Lincoln Junior hleh Rchoo'
under the direction of Mr. Foster
went to the planing mill last Tues
day during their doublo ssstnr
period. Mr. Foster states that a
r-sult of that enjoyable and instruc
tive excursion the members of th
class are now acquainted wit?
methods of woodworking.
Track Meet FinUbed.
The Lincoln junior hleh schoo"
biys completed their track nor
ifter school Taesday and the award
were given to the winners by Mi
Powers, who is in charge or the bovs
physical education department.
Mother to Meet.
The Mothers' club of the High
lind school will hold a meeting ci
Friday night at 8 o'clock. The pur
poe i to raise funds for the V!c
Welti ie Fetnl iini.
For the purpose of raising fund
to wipe out a deficit in the ttude-.t
body treasury p weinie feed wr.
given Friday noon at Washington
school. A committee sold "but
log" sandwiches at noon and raise.!
"ver 1 from them.
Every Kind of School Work
Demonstrated at Engle
Covering almost every phase of
j-ehool activities, ap rogram was gi-
n Friday afternoon at the Eng
wood building for the purpose f
raising money to pay for the phono
vraph. It was also intended to dem
onstrate to the parents, who nu.n
red between 73 and 100. what
ach of the departments is dolt..
Language, music, reading, physkal
.'ducation and writing made up tb
xhihition. which took place in tl:
r iain hall of the school house.
A Hag drCl. marching nd fei'i.
sanies were accompanied by niu-i.
from the new victrola. purchase I
ix weeks ago. Even the nmrul..r
writing exercises were counted l
An imitation talking machine I..
i prominent positon was used as
mt-ans of collet ting donations, whk b
amounted up to $U.;..i. This biinrs
the cash on hand up to ver hair i :
hat is needed to pay for the mtisb
The object of the meet ins; Wa
cleverly emphasized in the invlta
ions and primed programs made b
the children. At the lop f each wa
a liny victrola. Th numbers wen
National sng All.
Writing Sixth grade.
Dramatization First and second
Flag drill -Second ami third
Story William Knr.
DafriMlil Indies Third and romth
Spring pMms- Iras Dran.
'bild pfins--na Bigs.
Folk games Third and fourth
Formal work Firth
Folk game- Fifth
"Heah. conductor," elled an in
furiated -colo.iel" on a Southern
train, "that: was inv utaiinn .t.k
L Why didn't yuh stop thah. suh
... i imp mean no more,
answered the conductor. "The en
gineer's mad with the station agenf
- - -
Cool slippery sgnclles
It. IT. Campbell, -special Acnt,
Mica Axle lnc
Ray L. Farmer Hdne. i'o Salem, Or.
It I IVarce. Jt Son, Salem, Or.
II. Ihle A Son, Salem, Or.
Salem Hardware Co !aletu. Or.
LUNCH ROOM IS
A""' 1 a 1 , It" t
uins ai uncoin junior nieni
Preparing to Have Domes
tic Science Exhibit
Another one of Abe school cafe
erlas is ujst finishing up a remark
ably successful year. The one at
Lincoln Junior high school under
he direction of Miss Irene Ringhelm
has been giviag practical training
to the preparation of meals to the
rirls enrolled In the domestic science
This cafeteria at present serve
from 20 to 30 people a day. Jotal
eeelpts for the week averaging
'rora $15 to $20. During the winter
lonths from 40 to Sa people were
erved each day.
The enterprise Is not run as a
,'oney making scheme, only those
irlces being charged which cover
.xpenses including dishwashing.
The menu -served each day con
sists of a soup, a vegetable, salad,
-sndwlches. dessert cocoa, milk and
monade. the prices of which are
i and 4 cents. .
The girls in the J A and 811 rlasse
iave have each a 45 minute period
n the morning of which two ds a
week are given to recitation and j
hree days are nent In preparing j
Kinf dish for the cafeteria. The
In the ilt'sinihlc- -olrs anil styles
fnnu $13.50 ilojvn h low as $4.00.
Mic? Axle Grease
spreads evenly and
forms a cool, slippery
coating that clings
to the spindle and
makes pulling eas
ier. The Mica fills
up all roughness in
the metal, makes
the grease work
better and last twice as
long. No hot boxes. Ask
your dealer. Buy by the
pail., J -
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
KtanOaru tni Vo Raiern, Ore.
for sale by
Lilly Hardware Co., Ktayton. Or.
IVtrr IHetrkh, St ay ton. Or.
A. I Ilonr, Turner. Or.
II. L. f"arl, Tumrr, Or.
9A clas has one and ore-half hoar
V frr" noon in .hich they prrpare
th Innch. The rUs I divided in
rrnr" of ttrn and theiM take turns,
a week at a time, preparirg the
er1fble?, roups, desserts, etc.
In the afternoon the elasswork is
r?vrn over to sewing. The seventh
grade classes are making under
wear; the ninth grade are maklag
An exhibit of work done during
the year In the sewing department is
planned for the early part of June.
General Leonard Wood
TORTIaAND. Or., ilay 30. Or
ganization of a General Leonard
Wood Republican club of Oregon was
completed here today with election
President C. II. AVeston; vice-prts-IdenL
I). W. Alton; ""creUry-t meas
urer. A. J. Raney. The declared
purpose of the new organization is
to promote the cane of the Republi
can party in general and to foster
of Ueneral Leonard Wood the par
ty nominee for president.
"What made yon a multi-millionaire?"
"Ah, her tactful help "
"Nothing like that. I was alraply
nirlnn tn k-nnw If (Kara w
Income she couldn't lire beyond.
mm mm a kUcac m.A -
That will withstand harl
usitpe, will protect the feet
tnl yet Jh? very comfort
alilc. These arc the roiuirrtl
eou!itions and they can be
nicely met in otir Lion Ilrand
" Hanly Hitlc' work shoes.
Either pool lieavi. arinr
style .......57.00 &$8.00
HIack or Itrowti ("rain,
douhle MUs $60 & $5.50
lUxck or Itnwii ("rain,
as low as , .'$4.50
Dress and School
IHark r llrown, in either Entrlisli toet round
foes r army lasts, an.! priced all the wav from
$5.50 down to $2.95.
AH shots warranted for Satisfaction.