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The New OREGON STATESMAN, Saleni, Grrgen, Sunday Morning March 10. 1S29
HEAVY PLAY SELECTED
ck to "Merchant of Venice' Woodburn Seniors Hark Ba
LARGE CAST IS PICKED
Methodist Minister Has
No ye! Service This Sun
SILVKRTON, March 9. A spe
cial serrice at the Methodist
church Sunday erenlng March 10
will be siren in honor of the many
couples in and near SUrerton who
bare celebrated their golden wed
dins annirersaries.1 Rer., Mr. Har
die has siren as his subject title.
"Ben Lindsey's Plan or the Golden
Wedding Plan." This is the third
year the church has prepared a
BDecial serrice for the SUrerton
Special music will be furnished
by William McGilchrlst of Salem,
snd B. A. Booth of Burerton.
The following names hare been
receired: Mr. and Mrs. Shattns,
married IS years; Mr. and Mrs.
L. M. Barnett, 51 years; Mr. and
Mrs. Marsh Ramsey, 13 years;
Mr. and Mrs. C. 8. Scott, 62 yrs.:
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hobarf, 58
years; Mr. and Mrs. J. Karstetter;'
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Hunter, 0
years: Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moser.
60 years; Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Bris
tol. 54 rears; Mr. and Mrs. H. B
Pickett. 52 rears; Mr. and Mrs.
A. O. Steelhammer, 58 years; Mr.
and Mrs. William Towe, 61 years;
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Olson; Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Grinde. 51 years;
Mr. and Mrs. John Kloster; Mr.
G. W. Ottawa! ; Mr. and
ete Heater, .51 tilts;. Mr.
Andrew Torgensen; Mr.
and Mrs. A. C. Murray, 51 years,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Broohler, 55
years. '. ' '
At initiation serrice in the Re
bekah lodge on Thursday two new
members were added to the lodge
roll. A short social hour and de-
Titious refreshments were enjoy
ed after -the lodge session.
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WOODBURN, March . (Spe
cial)- After sereral days of de
liberation and argument the sen
ior class has chosen Shakespeare's
Merchant of Venice" for its an
nual class play to be glren In the
high school auditorium Friday and
Saturday erenlng, April 25 and 27.
The first part of this week has
been occupied with play tryonte,
and the eoaehea. Miss Virginia .Ma
son and Mrs. Mande Mochel, hare
chosen the following east:
The Duke - of Venice, Wlnton
Hunt; the Prince of Morocco, Ha
Webber; the Prince of Arragon,
Keal Butter field; Antonio, the
merchant of Venice, Ladrew Mosh-
berger; Bassanlo, his friend and
suitor to Portia, Stanley Stark;
Salanlo, friend to Antonio, Frank
Pond; Salarlno, friend to Antonio
John Nelson; Gratlono,' friend to
Antonio, Ralph Hulburt; Lorenso,
in lore with Jessica. Matthew Mo
chel: Shylock, a rich Jew, Arehie
Atkinson; Tubal, his friend,
George Beecber; Ldtuneelot GObbo.
the clown, Ralph Belcher; Old
Gobbo. his father, Wayne Lirlng-
ston; Balthasar, serrant of Portia,
Otto Wengenroth; Stephano, an
other serrant, Leroy Lnts; Por
tia, a rich heiress, Sophie Pardy;
Nerissa, her waiting maid. Opal
Hasenyager; Jessica, Shylock's
daughter. Juanlta Hicks.
Practice HiUlftart immediately
n an effort to (perform saecessfitf-
y one of the most difficult plays
erer attempted by any class in the
history of the school. An extenslre
advertising campaign is being
Fifteen Retailers Wiil Place
Uniform Price On Re
SILVERTON. March t. Tifteen
retail gasoline dealers ., of Silver-
ton have organized an association
to establish a tiniform. rate-on ga
Commercial vehicles will 'be char
red the retail price set by the oil
companies, less a discount of two
cents. No discount Is glren to
pleasure cars. The following gas
dealers hare signed the "agree
ment: L. S. Campbell. Cla Allen
Earl Hartman. C. S. Ferguson. C.
H. Jarris, Arthur Dahl. O. B. Hen
Jun. Fred Cavender, M. J. Kreut.
II. H. Friable. A. W. Green. H. ana
J. Garage, and R. P. Halrbrton.
Camp. 18. of the Sllrer Fall?
Timher Co.. which Is located 10
miles southeast of Silrertoh,' wtV
c o m m e n e e logging operation
Mondar. Nearly 200 men will be
In camp Monday morning.'
Funeral services for S. K. "Syd
Richardson, who nassed away nt
his home early Thursday mornln?
will be held from the chapel o
Jack and Ekman, at 1:80 on Mor.
daT. the Rev. Mr. Hardie offteiat
in. The body will lie In slate at
the funeral Darlors from 10 until
12:80 Mondar morning. The body
will be taken to the Portland man
NORTHAMPTON. Mass.. Mar.
f. (AP) Calrin Coolldge res-
terdar enjoyed for the first time
since his, retirement . from the
White House the seclusion that Is
the privilege of those in private
ltfe. H remained awar from his
Hv office which he haa r 1st ted
daily since his return here
The onlr interrnntion In hie day.
- t- - w mm m cru w Da v k u,i u m . inn, - . .
motion picture cameramen, and
with Mrs. Coolidxa he posed on
the back porch of his modest
home. He declined ' however, to
sneak for the movietone ma
chines. - ; .f' 1".
' Unlike her husband, Mrs. Cool
Idge had much to do about town.
Twice she sauntered forth to the
business district where she made
purchases. On one of these trips
It was learned, she purchased
magasine containing the first of
a series of articles by her .hus
Mrs. Coolldge also visited ' her
mother, Mrs. Lemlra B. Goodhue,
at the Dickinson hospital. The let
ter's condition was said to be nn
planned and the stage manager la
already at work In planning, the
stage setting and lighting effects.
The play haa been considerably
shortened and will be approxl
mately the length of an ordinary
ture of evidence expected from
Just who are on the lists the
trial managers would not reveal
but It was stated that about six
teen potential witnesses were be
ing considered at this time.
William Hornblower of San
Francisco, one of the board, de
clared today he is convinced Mrs.
Minnie Kennedy, mother of. Mrs
Almee Semple McPherson,. eran
gellst. should be called to Sacra
mento to -tell what she knows of
Judge Hardy's activities on behalf
of the evangelist's Angelas temple
!n Los Angeles prior to and dur
ing Mrs. -McPherson's disappear
ance two years ago.
Hornblower and Clare .Wool
wine, another board member, re
turned from Portland a week ago
bearing from Mm. -Kennedy an
affidavit-presumably relative to
her knowledge Of Judge Hardy's
receipt of a 2500 check from Mrs
McPherson for services i rendered
he chureh. ,U
HELEN KELLER IS
CLUB'S STUDY TOPIC
Silverton Ladies Next to be
Guests of Mrs. Geer, the
SOUTH SILVERTON, Mar. 9
-The Wlllard Woman's club met
Thursday afternoon at the taonv:
f Mrs. W. P. Emery. Eighteen
ladles were present to enjoy th
program which, though short, was
vary Interesting.- consisting or i
paper on the "Life of Helen Kell
r-r." br Vera Ottoway and two ro-
al solos by Erelyn Emery accom
panied by Mrs. A. Hersch.
Mrs. Emery assisted by her
daughters. Mrs. Hersch and Miss
Brelrn. served delightful refresh
ments. At the next meeting the
club will be the guests of Mrs. C
C. Geer of Woodburn who was the
organizer of the club.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Haberly and
eon, Burnett, drove to Forest
Orore Sunday. Burnett haa been
attending Pacific unlrerslty for
three years but Is nor present
this semester. He went orer to get
The . Wlllard Community club
executive board met at the John
Goods necht home Wednesday ere
nlng to draw np a constitution and
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Booth and
daughter Beatrice of SUrerton,
were Thursday erenlng guests at
the Edson Comstockhome.
B. A. Flaley Is helping Carl Ha
berly a few days this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roop mor
ed their family and , .household
goods last Friday to Turner where
they hare recently purchased
farm. We are sorry to lose this
family from our midst but wel
come Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Har
mon and family who hare purch
ased the Rood acreage and will
make It their home.
FOR HMDY'S TIL
: i SACRAMENTO. Mar. . ( AP)
TenUtlre lists, bearing - the
names of some sixteen witnesses
;who may be called upon to testify
or prorlde depositions in the fm-
Jeachment ease against Superior
. ndge Carlos S. Hardr were In the
1. A- M . - . . .
ox memoers ox tne assemsiy
ard of manacera :- tonlrht ! for
dy erer the week end. '-- -
When the lists are returned to
. Walter LltUe, ehairman of . the
7JCGION DAT CELEBRATED
In recognition of the 10th an
nlrersaryfof the American legion.
Mayor hi C. Eastman has issnea
a proclamation declaring March 16
and It as the dates for the 10th
annual anniversary celebration of
the legion to be held In this city.
He also urges the cltisens to aid
la every way the furtherance of
On March It, a special bus will
be chartered to carry SUrerton
Legionnaires and auxiliary mem
hers to Portland to attend a Le
gion conference there. The dedi
cation serrlcea for the new U. 8.
Veteran's hospital wlU be held the
same day. Following the session,
a banquet will be held ta the
Dr. P. A. Loar, M. 0. Woodard
George .Steelhammer and George
Hubbs. -and Charles Reynolds, all
prominent Ellrerton' business men,
will soon ge to Portland to eonfer
Mondar. thev star be
cnangec This is the board's first with the state highway eommls-
more aennrtely decide who sion concerning a surrer of the
nau ne called and the exact na-new proposed Oaaeade highway.
IS HOST TO CLUB
Bird Calls Imitated I as Orig-.
Inal Way of :Ahswef
Ino Roll .Call
HUBBARD, Mar. Mrs. Eth
el Johnson, assisted by Mrs. Feme
Van Buren, entertained the Hub
bard .Woman's club at her home
east of , Hubbard .on Wednesday
afternoon. Due to the absence of
the president, Mrs. Vera Boje, rice
president, Mrs.' Neva MoKensi
Potted plants of blooming daf
fodils added cheerfulness to the
meeting. A unique response to roll
call was the Imitation of a bird's
call by each member present,
wliich started the meeting with a
rpep" t h a t w i t ' manifested
throughout the afternoon,
'The club win assist at the can
dy booth of the Minstrel shows to
be given tf the Hubbard band
March II by donating home made
MoNary's Wire Reed
During the business session a
telegram sent to the club by Sen
ator Charles L. McNarr was read
in which he thanked the club for
Its expression of approval of Con
gressman Newton's EHL
The following program was pre
sented: biography of Breton by
Mrs. Ellen Carl; picture study,
"Song of the Lark." by Mrs. Anna
Stauffer; vocal duet "Carry Me
Back to Old Vlrginy" by Mrs. Sa
die Scholl and Mrs. Ella Stauffer:
and piano solo "Schubert's Seren
ade" by Miss Eleanor Johnson.
Delicious refreshments were
served by the hostesses'.
Miss MUdred Van Buren and
Miss Eleanor guests. Members
present were Mesdames Maud Bid
good, EUen Carl, Mabel Crolsant.
Ida Garland, Laura Jackson. Eth
el Johnson; Edna Mack. Margaret
McMannla. Neva McKenste. LoU
Miller, Sadie Scholl, Cora Smith,
Anna 8tauffer, Ella Stauffer., Sa
die Rich, and Feme Van Buren.
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore., Mar.
9. (AP) Fred 8wan. charged
with the murder of Ned Connolly,
pleaded not guilty today.
INDEPENDENCE. Mar. 9.
(Special) Dean Wattenbergtr
celebrated his 12th birthday
Thursday afternoon iwth a birth
day party. Those present were
Warren Newton. Ray Dnnkic.
Charles Carey. Robert Bradley,
Charles Mattison. Harold Watten
berger. Betty Wattenberger, Leon
ard and Harlow Ranton and Dean
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