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By AUDRED BUNCH Phone 105
3sa Robinson Is House -
Guest' at Welter Home
Mtss-Elma Weller has had the
pleasure- ot entertaining over the
week-end, In alt probability, the
mostTdfetinguished visitor in 1 Sa
lem Jor;that"perlod. Carol Rob
insoniVXmerirti's pianist. ' V
- When asked "whether sh pre
ferred to draw upon American, or
European talent for her program.
Miss ftoblnsonKjn ; a brief Inter
VlewyeBterday, responded - with
that : ,magnimlty jpeoillar to - all
i truly-great, artists, that it wasnt
the nationality, the label; it
was the intrinsic value of the mu
sical product ItseJfMiaii Robin-,
Bon spok"Wita large faith inHSe
.ihalf of ha j-ounger" American'
anists. - She believes there. are a
number of them who possess a"
consummate gift" Miss -Robinson
credits the war with one excellent
issue: 'It was the war that brought
an irfiBux of Internationally known
artists " in to America where- their
priceless influence could prempate
every state, . c t ; . : '.
A number of Salem people will
be Interested to know, that Miss
Robinson fs a-fast friend of Wil
lifmi Van , HoogstTaten, corfductor
of the Portland Symphony orches
. tra, and of his distinguished wife,
-Elly tteyX ' fX ....W, '
Mis Robinson is also' a compos-er,-
and? told with a -fascinating
play of light in.ber eyea of a ebm
t : a J'
Read of Other Women
Who Found Health
Brooklyn. New -Tfork. Mrs.- G.
Hegtnann of 35 Central Ave., was in
a- run-down con
dition and could
not do her house
work. She could
not sleep at night.
Her story Is not
an unusual one.
women find them
selves in a similar-condition
sometime in their
ment in my letter-box," wrote Mrs.
Hegmann, "and took Lydla E. Pink
nam's Vegetable Compound and got
relTet.,Mrs. Hegmann also took
lydla-EL'Pinkhams Herb Medicine
and Lydla:- E. Pinkham'a Pills- for
Constipatlohwlth good results. She
says, ia -am recommending your
medicines; to allfe know who have
symptoms the same as-mine, and to
others rwhomrlrthbak it win helps.
You may use my statement as a tes
timonial, and I -will answer any lefc
ters sent to me by women who would
like information ; regarding your
medtcinesJ' j. r . ". t
Tbve are women In your state-
' perhaps "in your townwho have
written letters similar to this one
telling hor much Lydla E; PJnk
ham s .Vegetable . uompouna irnas
helped them. v
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, j. Insurance of All Kinds: TeL 161
llcillg Theater Lobby, 18t North High,
"SMALL DIARIOND BRIQUETTES
WE CARRY ALL
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from the large furnace to the smallest nut six. .Telt,;
- us for what purpose the coal lsreared and we 11 point
'out the proper size to use. ,But although we -pxry all ..
t - sizes, we handle only one quality,, the very, test coal
" trom the -very bestmlnes. Our, coal jerrtce Is your '
to command. ' ' - -' - X - s
- rrlces rane trom flO to C14-50, p t
, Alo hanllo the best Diamond Briquette 913 H
,-TlTE OHZGOK STATESMAN, SAtEHQTvEGOH.
position for the cello on which she
was working on-tho-strain as she
passed throQgh- Texas . - t f . -
' Miss Robinson and. Miss Weljer
were rriends together, in Chicago
during their school, days, v "," -
International Relations ' : 4
Program Tonight tr..;
' -The International .Relations
committee of he Salem .Woman's
club, of which tMrs.r W'E Crews
is the chairman, will, sponsor an
extremely .Interesting program this
evening at the. i 'Woman club
bnilding,; 46.0 NprtfijCottage,8treet.
The . Monday ; classea Jnuder. the
chairman&hinof IrslChorgb 1L
AldenrTtil so asslslT, T?
" Speei al tn usi c$.l- features will be
"The Night WindV by. "BalU andJ
!Nom ad'lt ljy i; jHanilin, sung ,f by
Lawrence Deaconan My Heart
Sings to 'You.'Vbyj .Ashley, and
"Cocoon, by Lehman, sung by
Miss Eva Roberts; H .
- The programwill Wpett prompt-;
Lly at 7:30 o'clock. ' Prof. Robert
M. Gatke's talkon j"Tne Jiew International-Mind'
Will "follow Mr,
Deacon's numbers and Prof. S. B.
LaughJin'a, ,niuatrated . . lecture.
"Palestine and the Near . East,
after'IMfss Roberts 8olos.f I . r
2 Mias , Perth . Powir of . Eugene
was arguest" over ; the week-end of
Mrs.H.tSIl.'Jresnell and other Sa
iein friends. ' t'
, Ratty ; 4 vV , -- .
, All the jChrlstan,. ndeavoMo
cfetles fiom ererr chnrch'in Salem
will Join: in :ja,bigep rally to.be
Held Tuesday jeveninga March 30,
at - -p. mj -In -the "Evangelical
church, Seventeenth and Chemek
eta streets. ;' Xj' 'i
ThJTobject of this meeting is to
arouse' enthusiasm' for . the state
convention . to be held .in, Albany
April .15; to 18. In the meeting
Tuesday 4night there will be a live
ly sonjg jservice.- wlth Miss,.Helen
Tooze in charge'of-the music. . An
other feature Df the meeting for
Tuesday ; evening nrill ne an ao4rne Xark." ,Ref reshmenta were
an (outstanding Christian 'Endeav
or worker all cover the-state, needs
no introduction o Safe m Endeav
or workers. ; There wlll be several
one-minute pep. talks by 'different
junion officers. "' Pep songs and
yells .wjll .-ie . -ptactlced ' for " the
state convention, t r-:.--. , ,
Birthday Surprise at ,
Cblrnfonh Heiriz , . . .
The attractive-lume of Mr. and
Mrs., John Cprnforth on the Jef
ferson highway, was the ceae ot
an enjoyable surprise' party dinner
given -on ganday in honor of Mrs,
Cornforth's birthday , anniversary.
A bountiful dinner; waserred,nd
many lovely gifts.' received "Pot
ted plants and bowls of tulips fieo
orated the : roome "At f dellctons
birthday, cake waa-presenteC Mrs.
Corntorthby Mrs. rohn-Printa
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are exceptionally good i'fof ' Chickeri
.' .Brooders as they are smokeless ' and
have more heat units. ; , ve - '
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and Mrs, Jessie Martta. ' ;Tbe many
friends of t Mrs.C Cornf drth -were
lavish in l?thelr wishes for many
more birthdays as happy. : , s
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Udiss BohrnstedtHs dGuestv -i
. Miss ; Alberta Bohrnstedt; who
is taking e the" purse's I training
course at '-the- Emmanuel hospital
in Portland', spent the weekend as
the guest of her- parents, Mr and
Mrs. A. O. Bohrnstedt. .
Sans Souei Card Club" X"1
The- Sans Souci Card-club met
wltt Mr. and' Mrs. John Jelderks
on Friday :evenmg7 :HIgh scores
in five hundred were won by Mrs.
Cv 'L. - "Dencer - and 'Ut Alfred
Propp, consolation prizes going to
Mrs. Ernest A. Lee and' MrAl
bert Ramseyerj At -a. late hour
luncheon was -servedJ.--'; '
r -Besides WIbs ay Hall, guest of
the club, the following -members
were included Mr.-and Mrs.' Ernest
AiLee,'Mf. and Mrs. William. E.
Hoses' "Mr. Jind Mrs., Alfred Propp.'
Mr. and ."Mrs. i Albert Ramseyer.j
Jar. and afrs. :o. -L. Dencer. and
the nosts, Mr. and Mrs. -John Jel
derks. .--t ,
'The next meeting., of the club
wm uo utm Ajiru. 9( wiui our.
and Mrs. Ernest Lee as hosts. - '
Pythians to Serve
Jitney Supper i .' :
iThe Pythian-Sisters will spon
sor a tnejiuppey at .8 i 30 -VcTkici:
this .evening.'; All L Knights vend
laJtee are asked to come and bring
friends. i -:-l
WCTV U'Meeii vXX
t Members - of the ?WCTU 5 will
meet t-i 2?S0 clock this" after
noen for the're'gular 1paeeting;' :
.Ml8s "MildVed;TomlInSon Venter
tamed - a group Qf .frfeada at. her
home jon-Ttlday evening in vlionor
of her sister, THrsPauf ' Peling
(011ve,.'f omllnsoa) who wifi her
hhsband. .WtlJs fadt oUngi 'lef t
on Monday for 4he east where Rev.
Pplirig 'will enter, Princeton. '.The
couple will stop inboth San . Fran'
cisco and Los Angeles . audfftll
spend Easter in Marshall to wn la
the home of Mrs. Poling's parents,
. During the... evening , .Robert
Brown delighted - the guests: -with
selections on the harmonica. Helen
Borchardt gave 'as. -a- vocal -solo,
Qde.to Spring,", while as a. piano
number, , Louise -Findley ,played
served at a late hour A- yellow
and white decorative scheme was
attractively .carried? -ut la .the
rooms and in the refreshments., h
In the group -were Jliss - Myrtle
Jensen, Miaa-Helene Gregg, Miss
Mildred Grant, Mis Helen -Bor-
chardt, -Mlsa Pauline Findley, Miss
HoIlJs ; Vick. Mias -Louise Findley.
the honor guest, -Mrs. Paul Poling,
and the hostess, Miss Mildred Tom-
linson. - i'sSt-'Sii
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Kensington CliA ia:Mekt t-U
,Tn Kensington club will meet
Thursday afternoon at the .home
of "Mrs. Ttank W. Power.
Guests tnPortlandi ;.: "X
j-'Mrs. 'W. Al Jones and Miss Ma
bel Creighton .returned yesterday
from Portland wheret they were
the bouse guests over the week
end of Mrs. Arthur Johnson.
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ONS Club to Meet , ' -I
: Members of the ONS club wtll
meet for a line party this evening,
assembling at the YWC A at 7:30
o'clock. ; -
Family Dinner at f ?'
Poling HomeXfSi' -
.The home of Rev. and, Mrs. C. ,C.
Poling was .the scene of a 22-cover
dinner party :on Sunday a a sf are
well affair -honoring Rev. :and; Mrs.
Paul '; Poling.- ( Olive jTomlinson )
who left .yesterday v for i-the ast.
Brilliant red anemones, snap-drag-pas-and
carnations .decorated the
rooms. -rM asfe find 1 . conversation
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r?S 1 f- , , rarr -i,) ir.TrllinrivTTi,rif7n ml ""' v i",Tr 'V"' :
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were, the Sunday afternoon diver
sions; .'-; Xa, ' XXXX.
. .Covers ,;at ..the.-dinner.- .were
placed, for Mr. and Mrs Guy Flteh
Phelps knd daughters.. -JNabmL5 Se
vllla,; Kathleen and ! Joyce . Miss
Marie Thatcjier, Mr. .and Mrs W.
EvTomliason, Miss Mildred .Tom
linson, Mr-l and Mrs. ; W, E.' Wood
and little daughter,' Barbara, Jane,
of Portland. Mr.-and vMrs. ,H.: A.
Good, and daughter, Mabel Irene,
the honor. guests, Rev, .and Mrs.'
Paul .Poling, and the hosts,- Rev.'
and Mrs. C. C. Poling. t
House Quest Returns
to Eugene -V '. i
' Mrs. Josephine Stewart chape
rorf at? the "Gamma Phi house 'in
Eugene; '.returned; to. the., campns
on Wednesday after, spending, the
spring vacation with Mr." and .Mrs.
Richard -D.; Slater. 4. Over.'Blossom
day week-end Mrs. Stewart, visited
in, CoxVallia as the house guest of
Mrs. J.. O. . Wilson. 5 s
''r:.Z-yrtl-z -if-.j"' -Ait ;,f? t ..
Wonum'& Club Hears X;X -X.
Committee Jteport? i ;r.-.
A number of interesting reports,
coveting health and hospital wok,
plants, and ; music, and.: an inter
national relations program sched
uled for this even In B. made Sat
urday's meeting of the Salem -Woman's
club of .-considerable inter
est :;.X x XiX?,x
-A. report n. publics ' welfare
work, announcing unusual success
In the Christmas seal sale last sea-.,
son, twas given .byJUrsF.. A. El
liott. Mrs. E. . E. (Fisher gare ' in
formation concerning i' ."the loan
closet, the .child health demonstra-
tfoxi .employes sMrs.t Gj F. Breit
haupt gave an applauded report of
a t lass In . Americanixatton which
her committee had the pleasure Df
witnessing recently , at vthe .'court
house, t fttrs. Walter XL Spauldihgi
as chairman, of the hospital com
mittee outlined plans that she has
la mind ; . Mrs. .T.: 8. Roberts. 're
ported concerning the music r Miss
Matti : Beatty ; on '. the success -. of
the vrecent. plant.-;,-sale and .Mrs.
John L, .--Rand. .-and .Mrs; Guy.. O.
Smith oh. the international . rela
tions ..program, , which : will u be
given this evening Vat the - club
houseT. -: . " y. t-f - 1- . ' X.
t Three dance 'numbers, by pupils
of Mrs. R," L. Whiter comprised a
delightaful program for the mid
dle hour of the 'afternoon. Mar
garet .Bell - and Zoe Daniels ''gave
a J)utch dance; Maxine Myers and
Cynthia Delano a llusslan: dance,
and Grace Day and Edith Haun
ft gypsy dance. ; Mrs James Teed
accompanied al the piano.- .-
v Miss Grace Fawk was especially
pleasing in her vocal-solos, "The
Wayfarer's Night Song;" by Mar
tin, and "The Second Minuet," by
Beesley. v ' - '
: Mrs. W. Wrf Rosebraugh con
because it Js
' Positive In Action, v
It begms immediately to- take out
. tna iintlamniation
! J i Swellings . The?
brings Great Relief.- . Stops Itching In
stantly and Quickly Believes Irritation.
Severe tests in cases of Jong standing
vhave jawed, tbit vPAJO OINTMENT
can. be depended-, upon with absolute ,
certainty to Stop anyxaso of Itching, Blind, jBleedUng or Pro
iig 'Piles, and 4n the- shortest time .possible ... Jlecommended by
Physicians and Druggists in United States and Foreign Countries.
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axtd in tin boxi60c.jTho circular enclosed with each tube and box
containa facta about Piles which, tiveiybody should know. .
- i - . iJPABSS VKBKCXNS CO Beaumont and Vioo Streets, St. Loida, Mo.
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tributed - Jovelyv basset of crim
son -tulip from her 'garden as a
feature, for the. speaker's table. ,
w ji tut iea nour- was, particularly
enjoyed",; Mrs. George Ai White,
as chairman of the committee, was
assisted 4fn. jthe jserring by .Mrs.
Joseph Baumgartnert Mrs. Charles
H.Robertson. Mrs. Frank Spenser
Mrs.iCvS. -Hamilton, MlaaLeora
Carver and .Mrs John L. Rand.
Mrs.' . Thomas Bs Kay and Miss
Margaret Cosper i presided at th e
urns. The 'Jea table - was lovely
with purple lilacs, - Uulips, pfnk
carnations, jplnk stock,: and, white
blossoms vin -an 'appropriate bas
ket. ;' Rose pink candles glowed In
crystal holders. ' ; ' t
I . . General. XXaxkets
PORTLAND, Mircl-28. (Br-Al-Utxt
Prst) Ket prie: Batter, axtrsi
S8Hf; itndrd 38c: prim firt
37H:tirU 64.- 1 - -
1 1 fnu xtr , 2 s ; firsts ' S3 ; pnlUtt
23inrraat ripi S2e. . h.
POSTLAXIX Mrch SS. (By AwoeUt-
ed Preu.) Wheat: BBB, bard" white,
March. .April. Hay Si.50r hard white. BS,
Baart, March,.- April. .May S1M8 jj aelt
white, Xlarch, April, -May SI. 51 ; 'western
white, March, April $1.51 K ; May .41.51.
llard. wiater, northern tpriae, . March,
April,, May 41.45. Western red, March,
April, May $1.4S. . i i
Oat, -Ka. X,-96-poand white fed, and
Sray.. March, April, Mmy $27.50.
Cora, No. 2, EY shipment, April, May
82. No. 3 Y ahipmant, April, May
MillroB, standard..: ifarcn, 'April, May
Aaaoeiated Press.)-Bnying price: Valley
timothy WW, do eastern Oregon 'S22.50;
alfalfa TS19.60 20: elrer nominal i oat
hay $20; oat and vetch $21; straw $9
per ton. .' Belfinf prices S3 a ton more.
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" PORTIAST, March 29.TT. 8. De
partment of AgrleultoreOHaKS, xeeeipta
J4; aeary weight poo mis.
djum: rood and choice S13.00(S) 13.75:
medium weights .200-360 pounds, eomraon.
meainm, gooa ana cnaiee flii.5Ult.lo;
lishtweia-hs 1 poandiL common, me
dium, - good nd hoicw -S1414.26;
light Aighta,;80-20 pounds common, xuo
diunr, good and choice $13 14; packing
MK ;r0ugh and amooti ;- 9.5&ff W;
slaughter pig-a 60-180 pounds, mediam
food -and choice $ 13 14 r feeder -and
stocker-pigs 70-130 pounds, medians, -good
and choice S141S.25. (Soft or oily hog
pig-a excluded . in
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. Cattle- and.1 calves, .reeeipta 2,405;
steers, good, 98Sg.75; medium 7.2&8;
common 16.50(07.25; cannrers, cutters
steera SS.507.25; heifera, good S7.25
7.75; common aad medium. S5(f7.25:
cows,' food $6.25 7.25; common and me
dium 44.50 6.2o; . eannera' and cutters
2.504.50; bulls, good, , beef yearlings
exc.iuaea, so.do; common to -medium,
esnners and bolorna 83:50(814: caWes-.
medium, to choice,. milk fede excluded 9
I0;' eulla and common' S69; Tealers,
medium to choice 10.5013r culls and
eommon B7W10.50. ;..-- .
- Sheep and lambe, receipts 605; lambs.
medium to choice 94 pounds down, sum
Jrl.J5- hearyweiKhts, medium to choice
S2 :pounda up, Sie11.50; all weights,
culls and common $9ftplO; Jambb, spring,
medium to choice fl814; yearling
wethers, medium to choice $9 10.50;
ewes, common to choice $5.50 6$ 8.50;
ewes, common to choice $5.50 8.50;
caimera- and culls- I2.3swua
Oufside quotation based on 4est Moucrt
Adams, eastern Oregon and similar type
lftmbs, few valley lambe aelling a bore
x : " hops -
, NEW YORK, Hareh 29. (By Aeeo-
and rednost all
wita me rpe Auacnment, 7oc
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Ctvlc Mnslc Clnb Seasoirrt" Cl
; . A Tenor, to
. A noUbli attyacjjon, of :th f ea
sonj -was the. brilliant concert last
night '-- at the "Hellig theater Ty
Carol Robinson, American piauis(.
;While parts ot the 4heater were
iari too . sparingly' filled, the fact
remains Jthat the audience was exr
tremelr friendly 'and enthnsiastic
Opening her program with a
group of i the bolder compositions,
Mias ;' Robinson, gave Scarlatti's
fPastoralev panin's '"The Cuc
koo," 'Garotte, : ( Gluck-Brahma) ,
and 5Tpcatta", Bach-Bauer) - all
as one fearlessly rendered group,' '
X eeth:oTen'B..Conattat Opus .9
waii interesting1 : f ornthe:facttthat
it is sq seldom. played. in .puhlic,
while the -gorgeous Branms num
ber, "Rhapsody, Opus 49 No. 4,!
haa much intrinsic beauty all. Its
own. fThe - Ust Concert ."Etude,"
JX: Fiaf, delightfully- famniar;srto
many, was performed with a fine
rhythmic spirits ;,The difficult Cho
pin. "Impromptu, P-Minor,".. was
eiated rre.J--teadys i atat. .4.925.
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mutMt: vi tu.ii mwn
Maize ; i; ;.,rTiWe;,;ivi:; .;-xi;-;v5.
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Graixi; tf .iiluielf. .i-Liytfa-rtfitt,..tte behest ;
Sandalwood shades to know their JDcatity. J s ; -
taonde ISatiii J;0CT;y jtte$-ry. iCS& . r wflte
Your Mail Orders
Carefully filled, ..We prepay,
express or postagre within ra
dius of a hundred miles.
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WAV MiS'Ttfl QoTT
MARCH SO, 19
Be Soloist J -
a testful treat,A second .CQP
nukober. -Ballade.'- was J"?
by a'thlrdXhopin number, 'Polo
naise', as an )nebr.;. r t- '
i Particularly interesting was,M;ss
RobinsdnJsasM gronp, 'tbe
modern tendency Interestinsif em
phatic' ' Two MacDowell nunfbers,
tSlooMhine.'and (.'rW3nter,V and
the Balakrewr Scherzo, B v Minor,
was 'followed by the admitted! gem
of ; the evening,- Debussy TDel
phk Dancers' . MJs - Robajson,
and sparkle, 'sparkled intrigujhgly
in.- another . . Debuaaey, number,
formal - program closed, with . Cha
brter's "Bourree Fantasaue.fMIss
Rdbinson'a. closing encore was JOe
Falla'a ;pio.nant,i-,SpanIf h Xa3ice."
The next.. Civic Jdusic clu3 at
traction -of the 'season, will e an
event of Monday, April 19,' with
tiawrence Straass, ' enor, ihe art-
10 MO 12iOOKqW
(491.5) , Portland.
SPBCIAI. . .
7;15-8:(JO TCFWV (812) Tortland. . Mi
lady's.hour, Women's relub broadcaat-
int: ' !J1
T:45-0:00: KOW (491T6) . Portland,
'talk a, Mltuational pro gr am, hook re
view, ' bridge lesson, horticulture talk.
.- - -ENTERTAINMENT .
6:00 KMTB (238), Hollywood. 8-7.
studio program; 8-10, KMTaoBeert
6:0O KGO . f361).' OakUnd.. ' g-6155, t
y ... -. .
- tligh Grade
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wtiwii Mir, awniia.j liis.Mgio
cemgs clear to tnc Enes zna nssisrriss -ra r.
e , n.n. a -..,
5ii 10cm Tor
466 State St ,, , ; 362 AlJer St.
; ' ;, Between Park and Wesf Park
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twilifrh eoricert;' 8-9, propraw;. Arthur
Ariewicz. Tiolinist; Le bhorr, arcom.
bierr mixed quartet; 9:U).
. I'so! ' Rickety. . Kckett y niaatre!.;
10-12, Oirvin-Beuel'a Cehfornia colle-
rlan. lance orchestra. - j
S CO KFOX .(232), LonK Bearn. 6- :30.
tkaatra-ergaa; Tt prora; o4i
program; 9-11, in Jich .Aero ctab
bilinlts. -.;. :' -t
6:30 KXX (336), Hollywood. 6:30-7.
concerts orchestra : ' 77 . prostata ;
8-9 program; ' 9-10, propram; 10-12.
rnore -nighty Ray . West'a. Cocoanut
! Urore dance orchestra-. ,
6- 30--KPO 42. Frenclaro. 6:30
't orehestra; -7:80, Rudy Seiirer'a tr-
enestra; -, Winifred Curry pianj;:
titQTfm - Boart4en toe ; f- 1KV y
and Marts, harmony team: J" '(.. .
ordwatra? 11-12, Henry 13 j vd a or
- -chestra. -. ' - ': 1 - 'V-
7- 00 KFI (467), Lo Angeles. 7-8.
American-Hawaiian quartet; S-9, screen
Artists' String fluartet Jeen Harden,
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