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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (March 13, 1925)
, .THE OREGON ;STATE&
FrinfcS GUI Delight Audience1 at f S
rrograrn in waller rlair Last JNight
On or Oregon's Leading Women Poets Js Gran4-lauhter tf Isu
. Wbo Iiald Out Salem;. Original Pioneer Verse Offered r . "
; '- By AUDRfiD' BUNCH 4 1
r It - war; 5 fitting- Introduction
which-Dr. -B.I Steeves gave last
, night atiWaller hall; when he pre
8ente,d,MIss Frances jam to her Sa
lem audience, . As the granddaugh
ter ofthman who : laid j out Sa-lemDrv-
Willsonshe ;had the
proud ovation -of all and, on - her
own merits, as one of the leading
women poets in Oregon, ishe won
i wide circle of new friends who.
frankly ; reveled ; In her ease of
, eechand poetic versatility. t:
Appropriate. tn the", light of the
generations Of - i pioneers : from
.which this flower, of -a woman has
sprung, ' she": opened her program
of original, verse -with pioneer se
lections, . 'The Pioneer Woman,"
"Lor oftheeoll and "West
.'Wind, the Jast based on the res-
J Today and Saturday Only
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Qxnponi 4 AO PkfcShmOonoersL PAN ZA
.- s'tj&aw aagniffcesi.Mr. Skinn-r-plar 'Sanefco Panxa' f.. . There i th rieh
nasa of oil. in his spradtd roice and the unction ol fine bij naVure ia. hit
action, and tboagb'he hag been ptayinj the 'part ' for, two j-eara now, his
I uperionaljon hat all the freahneai and apontaoeity of a first performance.
It ia on of the (tenia one mar Pit away to gloat over from' time to time, and
amile or even laugh aloud at the memory.'.' -Oeorje "Warren, San Francisco
Chronicle. , ,
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Never in. Mr. Skinner's history as a" dramatic star has he had a
more delightful play than "SANCHO PANZA."
PRICES : Lower Floor, $2.75 ; Balcony, $275 and $2.20.
Poxes, lower, $2.20 r upper,-$1.65? Gallery, $1.10
f: ; --'-'. , Including: Tax. ; V i
trnant lines,"1 The iwest -winds ' play
'wf,th forests .StaatiaT meeting
with an nunsuai bursV-of fator
tootf a.ubiTant tlif 1$$, Ttrf "ldtff
long iway; rrom Oregon, - out DiraSj
songs carry throngh.f And?tth
climax was delightful, as ' those
who heard 'Will' remember.
At the: close of this group ,MJss
Eugenia' 'Savage gave two .piano
solos, "Memories.! and To the
Rising Sun," ; each ,; beautifully
played. 5 r ; -V"-- j
x'Miss i;Giir second'.graap i was
made . up of request , ; numbers,
which, smiling :TamJhously, ,she
agreed sne wouid group aa lyrics.
All, throngh herllftle, 'cdhversai
tionar -interludes - adj iatereat t
a : program; - already . brimming,
"The Meadowlark struck . a 'poig
nant note, and so 'did'The Door't
Her ' range'.of expressiotf , runs ' all
the way- fromthe philosophic to
the descriptive and to child's' ,verse
for, which-. shells' bes known of
ail,- having two published volumes,
"Windy Leaf and :The Little
Days.- . ' :-' ' '
Vhen Miss Elizabeth Silver sang
There Ate Fairies In' the" Bottom
of Our GaTden," she. prepared In
a delightful way for Miss Gill's
group that ,was,to, follow.. .These,
the -children's poems.' were ' vivid
portrayals; of the naiyef In' the
child-mind, i The audience quite
do(;ed on . the little: girl- who was
able , to id en tit y , the- various pew
holders by their-respective smells,
which ranged air; the ; waV from
thq Shinola" boy "to tbe. Miss i'Lu
cille - who melied "Se a.. ''lUac
bush when rain is'in. the air.
,- The. bijfgest thing. that Miss Glll
divorce.; Not , a preachment,' or an
indictmentr " but pictures pretty
vivid to- b.ear. 'Miss -Gill . writes
sonnets with a master's hand. , Af
ter the t program 'was v. oter fshe
kIndly.;;.consectejdlI;lro' return j for
two request numbers,', .
- iMiss QiJUiWidelynpwn ;in Ore
gon, and vine . daughter : pl . J, K.
Gill , ofv ther', Portland ! bdok store,
is a personal friend of -Miss Betty
Hyde,- a? whose invitation- she
came to' Salem. " ' ". ;
kOF SALEM Afe.il---
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mi muni j , ; -..anii i nmn mm
Rev". Charles' S. Poling
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TACOMA,1 Wvashr.,; March. ' 1 2.
"The destruction, squad", of the
federal narcotic division- burned
S10(Tt0OO. ' worth Vof opium ' and
other confiscated narcotic drugs in
the furnace of the federal building
here today. t . '
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; FRIDAY ancT SATOrDAY
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AND IT'S SOME SHOW !
Just Right for Every Body!
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P. STORY DY WILLIAM WALLACE COOK fl
ine reason s mosv I'aruuns iComantlc
Sonr of ? Salgrfi Pastor Will
Lead Pre-Easter ServicB?
af Local Cfiurch
als" and six hae Vptf . silver ined
als. Venadell' dam; is the regW
ter of merit cow,' Ventllla Deir. -
ISSOE FORCED 01) SEN- '
ATORS BY; PRESIDENT
(Contlnoad from jiax 1) ' . . '
to appear before; the committee to
reply to the attacks made on him
In the senate with, respect to his
former connections with' the sugar
Interests, but there wasj no official
information on the "subject.
Chairman Cummins aald hie had
"no intention of Inviting: Mr.' War
ren before the committee .unless
he'" indicated a. desire" ib appear
and-that In, any event 'ae matter
was" one for the committee itself
to deae -r-.- c
Those1 leading1 the fOrceVln op
position to Mr. Watretfsdmina
tlo'ti" -had - not" finally" determined
tonight upon' "th'eW'course "of -acJ-tion.
' They were examining jbodks
on law and precedent ' to saUsTy
themselves whether - they-- would
be' on- tenable- ground - if they
charged the authority pr. the ex
ecutive to resubmit a nomination
after, it .had.'been rejected:" ; ,
" One precedent for the action of
Mf.; (Joplidge was founJ today.
President , Tyler,'. who. had . mor?
difficulty with the senate .over
selections for;, his .official family
than, any, otet execut ve resubf
mitfed ?tthe nomination of .Caleb
Cashing of Massachusetts . to be
secretary of the treasury, after
the ; senate had, rejected, it on
March's, IS 4 3 by a vote of19 to
27. v The senate promptly' reafirm-
ed Its action, 2 to 29. ., ' .
. i PrerEaster serylces will, be held
ai me r irsi i'resDyierian cnurcn
March 16 to- April 5- with- Rev.
Charles S. Poling, pf ;. RIdgway.
Pa, as leader and speaker.' He Is
one i of America's great young
preachers and a brother , of Rev.
Dan Poling, or Marble Collegiate
Reformed church. New York City.
He was: bora in - LaFayette,' Ore
and received his. high school . edu
cation in Portland, his college ed
ucation at Philomath and is a post
graduate . from an ' eastern- college,
Services will 1je held every'nlght!
at 7:30 o clock with the exception
of Saturday. ; 'Afternoon , services
will be, held T at 3 o'clock on Tues
days, Wednesdays, Thursdays and
Fridays. The First "Evangelical
ahd First Presbyterian : churches
are Joining in the serylcea.,
; In addition to his. ability ,as ' a
minister. Rev, t Poling is .a. '-musi
cian and song, writer. .H 'Teads
his own chorus and congregation
In singing: -v
Rev. Poling is the son of Rev.
u. rpung, or tsaiem, Rev. Poling
is pastor, of the. First Evangelical
cnurcn here. . ; .
'Although a young man, Rev.
Poling has" seen life from.-many
angles. . ; He baa" served . several
pastorates and during the -World
War- was . a- chaplain, spending
several years in evangelical work
later. Before entering the minis
try he gained quite a reputation
as an all-around athlete and for a
year and a half was physical dir
ector at Philomath college;' .
; At the close, of the. war,. in. con
nection with other, work, he serv
ed as president' of; one7 of the lar
gest Christian Endeavor unions In
the east. ,
Wherever he has appeared , he
has won the hearts of those who
heard him and 'who have formed
Salvation Army: Pfany
Big Service at; tayton
" Following a- series of ' meetings
in the outlying districts of Salem.
the -Salvation Army is to 'travel
to siayton - during the week to
hold an outdoor service. Immedi
ately following big indoor meet
ing ts to be held in the Christian
church at Stayton, which will be
marked by a community church
services. ; ' - , i '
About 25 'people' from 'the, Sa
lem post are to be5 ra attendance.
The trip is to be made by motor
truck s" ; ' . .
On March 2t-nd 22 the Salva
tion Army post of Salem is to send
a delegation to Portland" for a big
conference td'be held there.:
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Comes From Oregon
Silver Chimes Venadell 534942.
a Jersey heifer owned.' and' tested
by C. J, Reid-and Lorenien Bros.,
of(:payton,Or..:has completed all
requirements for" the American
Jersey Cattle club silver medal in
the 365.-day, cJ8S,; with calf, , .
' venaaeu, was.siarieq on tesi ai
the age' ot 2ayeara and 1 month
and in the ensuing 365" days she
yielded 568,06 pounds of fat and
10,494. pounds of milk. She car
ried her calfor;lT? days of this
time and produced "over 43 pounds
of fat la every complete month of
the tet. During the 7th and nth
month she exceeded 4he U 0-pound
mark. fof fat production. ,
This young producer Is by Silver
Chimes of S. B.. the gold and sil
ver medal sire that has 41 daugh
ters and one son in the register of
merit.' Up. to the present six' of
A spoonful in. the dishpan is ALL you
need.- It instantly makes a generous, last
ing Stids. Youll be) delighted When you
see your dishes cleansed and shining in
almost no time..; Good' for,the hands, too;
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Adventures of ; .
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