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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1927)
; Entrance Examinaton Given
ORKGON, NORMAL. SCHOOL,
ate' of th? openlae of the fall
,m ot the Oregon Normal School
at Moumouth has been set at Sep-
. . tember ,36, according to the fall
schedule. f Applications avu cre
dentials for admittance have been
deceived from more than, 400 stu
dents through the office of the
f-egjstrar.au taking into eonsid
.'eration the large numbef of fresh
en which usually .bring their
credentials :on opening day the
enrollment promised to reach the
thousand mark ka it did laat fall'.
Entrance 'examinations will be
given on Saturday the 24th, which
will require Atudenta to arrive at
the campus during the week-end
preceding - actual regiatrat ion ou
Monday. 1 r;-
Ey order of the board of re
gents be faculty members living
Jn the women's faculty house on;
the normal campus have been
asked to find other quarters and
the house has been slightly remod
eled to accomodate the music de
, partment. .-Pue . to the crowded
' conditions and lack of classrooms
In the administration building the
music department has been housed
In the training school ia the past.
i ;-lut it became ; necessary to have
the entire building free "for the
se of the grammar grades and
4he junior high school students.
V The enrollment of the training
jsohool has" increased with the
growth if tha fown and the build
;..jiig.itU.up by the aUte rn 1916 as
v:a training ? center' is npw barely
adequate for the camber of child
, Jfenjn lhe district,
Another measure 'was resorted
flto te order to accomodate- the
. (arge classes in .the -physical edu
cation department and 'anarrange
l. meat: has beenv enter tJ5oto . be
tween Pre8ideDt X.andejia and ihe
; which allmv s ;jmt Tiormal to" rent
- the basement .and .other rooms in
the community house.
's Instructors engaged for the
cdrntn'r school" year of 1927-28 are
. , Undr Vtne epajrtjnent. known
-as ' The Arts the various classes
In art will be handled by Alabama
Brtnton, Anne Bell. Pearl Heath
jBnd Katberine -Peterson; music
will be taught; b,y, JxJii8Q Wood
ruff" Sylvia -Osbornl GracerMitch-
reil. aiid .Kathleen Wrennf home
JTeconomlca .by - Jean JdcClow arid
tha Hall andf P, .Santeerf z
r;.The department of- education
will be In the handa of A. S. Jen
Ben. and Mrl-R. , Bonney. The
English department faculty roll
consists of iKdna Mingus, Edna
Culver, Beulah Thornton and
President Ji S. Landers, as head
of the science departmen,.t, will
teach the fundamental -of science.
Other' instructors In 'this depart
ment include, tA. C Stranhrough,
II. M. Stiles. T. Li. Meador and
Homer Dodds. . '
I Social wlence instructors are Q.
O. Christe'nseo, . J. ' P. Santee and
Dean B V. But lor. Health, edu
cation 'faculty members'-include
Iaura Taylor. MargarefMylfte and
Mildred Cratn. :. ,Jf. '
The training depigment will !e
handled by a corp of instructors
in methods and eritip teachers un
der the suiervision of Than. II.
Oentle, director of training
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EL. PASO, Texas During the
latter part of the summer H. L.
Potter, a florist here, makes trips
into the highways and byways of
west Texas to collect cactus, which
he sails to collectors all over the
country. There are 1.500 varie
ties of the cactus and Potter Is an
expert in distinguishing them
"Nothing else In Physio-Therapy
is producing such satisfactory
results as Is the Duplex Major Un
iversal Deep Therapy Lamp" asys
Doctor M. P. Lewis, local Naturo
path; who has 'installed over two
thousand dollars worth of new
p.nd modern electrical equipment
in his offices in the Bligh Build
ir g on. thecorer ot State ami
South High Streets.
"The Infra-Iied Rays,; of this
new and valuable light, yield 85
percent of the curative, vitalizing
power of the sun. : in this one
lump you have the advantages of
both Infra Red and Radiant Light.
The Infra-Red Rays, produced In
the richest quantities obtainable
are absorbed lOO' by the human
skin and are very beneficial. The
.curative effects of light therapy
are so basic and sure that it is
effectivo.in. .treating the,- widest
rang o eases," gays Dr. Lewis.
"It offers what probably the
best known, method 6i relieving
pain and congestion. It Is power
ful in increasing the hemoglobin
carrying pawer of the blood, in
stimulating the activity of both
red. and white cells and In aiding
metabolism. Briefly stated it se
dates pain, stimulates the-capillary
system, Bterillzea infections,
regenerates, through ' effecting
changes in the blood, eliminates,
through activation or tBe lymphat
ics and exudates pus. Thesolnfra
Red Rays penetrate flesh from" 4
to 6 inches where they are" con
verted into molecular, kinetic en
ergy or heat. This ability to reach
and affect deep tissues explains
the curative results or these rays
in early appendicitis, and other
deep seated disorders.
PRUXK SEASON N,f f
ROSEDALE. Sept. 17. (Spec,
ial) The prune season has start
ed here, but early indications are
that the crop will be one of the
lightest in years.
Mrs. D. T. Trick, who has been
ill for several months, has re
turned to her home.
The Rosedale public school Is
scheduled, to openfor; regular fall
classroom work on Monday.' v ;
That vacation of Jfawa farm
women will be successful liutil one
of them begins to wonder if her
husband emptied the pan under
the ice chest. IruliatfapolU News.
Dr. Dougherty had so many applications to examine the eyes of children
during the last week that she-could not take care of them all, and for this,
reason, we have decided to extend the time1 in which Dr. Dougherty will
examine the eyes of any child without cost or obligation for at least another
week. Please call 239 and make appointment to have your child's eyes
,Dr. Dougherty, as we said before, has had six years training in the care of
:the eyes and two years of special training on the eyes of childrn under the
best instructors on the coast.
-We take pleasure in introducing and recommending her.
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KEWTORT, - Ore..: Sept. .17
ijCp) Roosevelt Jilghway, from
Seaside to Newport, was ofncially
opened wltlt a ceremony today
dedicating the Ben F.' Johns me
morial bridge across Rocky Creek ;
eleven 'miles north of Newport. .
Judge C. W. James presided
and addresses were made by Df.
VV. C. Belt, General XT. G. He
Alexander, 'f.Rock of the Marna."
SenatorCharlea Hall, of Coos
county. Congressman W. C. Haw
ley. ChaLrman Vanduxer, of . the
state highway - comnUssloc. and
Senator Norblad, of Astoria.
Edgar Piper, editor of the Port
land Oregonian, official represen
tative of Governor I. L,. Patlerson,
dedicated the brj dse officially,
and declared the .highway j open.
Julia Jonesi llttlevgranddaii?;hter
of, t!he late Ben f. Jones, cat the
ribbon opening the bridge. t t
; More than a -thousand persons,
various cities along-the new bJgh
way delegations, from .chambera
of oramerce, . public officials and
tpurlsta attracted ,by the gather
ing, assembled to hear the dedi
catory : speeches , and to .listen - to
the eulgleg to the ipdniory of the
late Ben F, Jonest Jn "whpse honor
the- .RoekyCreek bridge was
pamed. ' t
. .WhilOr theoretically, ' the road
had-not.-until now been opened,
the highway has been in nse since
early nmraw. The stretch from
the nejr .draw bridge over the 81
leti' river ,io Cotter Crest had not
been rocked last winter and dur
ing wet. months was. impassible.
With the coming- of summer, high
way forces we re .put tQ worlt with
scrapers, an the hadlr rutted dirt
grade wa put Into ihape. -
METHODISM HERE SHOWS
PROGRESS, SAYS REPORT
f, , , f (Continoed from 1.) ?
Iof the church. One Ladies' Aid so
lety. In a. church with a member
ship of 450 raised an average of
$120 -per :a month- for the past
twelve" months'. ',;
All the pastors -in the , district
hate ivei loyar- and efficient ser
vice, according to the superinten
dent, atftl1 request fumade In the
report -f or; the return of -all of
them to tlw district when;the apV
polntments are made ..atthe? con:
tng 'conference. , ' 5ir ;
' . Kevrn Feet Six (
CHESTKR; S. C rAcopv of the
Chester Reporter of June 7, 1877,
describes one Miles Dardes, na
tive North Carolinan, who wa3
seven feet, six Inches high oihd
weighed 1.000 pounds at the time
of hlaldeath. 't When he was ZI
years old, the paper, my 2, hisjeoat
could 4 be buttoned -around tree
men, aqh weighing 200 pounds
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man, says he is eager to get 'back
to work. Come to think of If,
work seems to be' a habit with
most men who have won unusual
success. Boston Transcript. '
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