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Hie New OREGON STATESMAN. Salem. Oregon, Wednesday Morning, March 13, 1929
Addresses and Reports Fea
ture Interesting Meeting
jLUHSYILLE, March 11 (Spe
Ul) The Antturille Parent,
eaahjjrs association entertained
tne Mario eonntr federation of
Pajflt-Taeher association Sat
arday. The program opened at It: SO
a. in. -with the singing, by the as
tern'My ot "America the Beamtlr
lul' Th invocation waa led by
John Mix, president et the Aums
vllie P. T. A.
The address of welcome was
dellVered by tJ. "vfrarae Empey et
tne XimsTille circle and Mrs. N.
K. Abbott of Salem, connty Tiee
Music was furnished "by .Robert
Brown of Salem, the Aumsvine
Junior chorus, the' high school
boys' and girls' Quartets, and Har
After the business meeting a
luncheon was held, followed at
1:10 by a community sing. The
afternoon program included a
round table discussion and the re
ports of circles.
BROOKS, Mar. 12. (Special)
The regular meeting of Brooke
Parent-Teachers' association was
held in the Brooks schoolbouse on
Friday evening. A large crowd was
in attendance. After a short bus
iness session, with the president,
Mrs. Charles Coffindaffer, In
charge, the following program was
presented, nnder direction of the
program committee, Mrs. Sylves
ter Harris, Mrs. - Wlllard Ramp,
and Miss Letta Wallace.
The audience sang "America,
after which Mrs. Ethel Poling
Phelps of Salem presented her
pupils in the following numbers:
Tiolin solo, "Trelguernl." by Par
goleer and "German Dance" by
Dottendorf, Miss Joyce Phelps, ac
companist. Miss Barilla Phelps;
piano solo, "Edelwelse." by Van
derbeck. Miss Opal Stewart; piano
solo, "Dance of the -Brownies," by
Kamm, Miss Genevieve Schway;
piano solo, "Elf and Fairy" by
little Miss Jean Adame; piano so
lo "Dream of the Shepherdess
by Labltsky, Miss Gretchen Spen-
CLIttle Jean Adams danced the
Dragon Fly dance, and responded
with acrobatics. She is a pupil of
and Mrs. Clark Asplnwall assisted
Vocal solo, "By the Bend of the
Rlrer." by Edwards and "1 Lore
a Little Cottage," by O'Hara, Miss
Kathleen Phelps; piano solo,
-Dance of the Dwarfs." by Mich
ael Aron. Miss Phyllis Gardner;
piano solo, "Old Folks at Home,
by Stelnheimer. Miss June O'Dell
Lelnkamper: piano solo, "To the
Rising Sun." by Trygore Torgres
sen. Misa Gladys Hilfiker; piano
solo, "Fur Elise," by Beethoven;
Miss Katherine Scharf.
Miss R. L. Wright, secretary of
the county council of P. T. A.,
and the rice president of the Ma
rlon county council both gave in
teresting talks on P. T. A. work.
Refreshments were served by
the committee. Mrs. A. H. Sears
and Mrs. Clark Asplnwall asssited
by several others.
WASHINGTON, Mar. Ill1
(AP)-Calling attention to attacks
made on the Indian bureau be
cause of poor living conditions
among the 350,000 Indians in the
country. Dr. M. C. Guthrie, chief
medical director of the bureau,
today issued a statement covering
the difficulties which beset the
bureau in its relief work.
Dr. Guthrie said health prob
lems of the Indians wJ common
"to any people where ignorance,
superstition and poverty prevails
and makes difficult or prohibits
the introduction ef established
measures because of lack of facil
ities to carry out such measures
and a trained personnel who are
content to live nnder conditions
of Isolation and at times actual
Tuberculosis was listed as the
most Important cause of death
.among the aborigines, with the
death rate from this disease is
estimated at more than four times
that among whites. This was said
to be the result ot poor economic
status, unhygienic living condi
tions, and lack of an adequate
4 let or a poorly balanced diet.
p The Indian .bureau baa been
lble to make progress'ln relieving
Jthe situation. Dr. Guthrie said,
(adding that one of its needs was
(for a skilled personnel willing to
remain in the service in spite of
MONMOUTH. Mar. 12. (Spe
cial) While the proprietor of the
local pool and billiard hall, E. H.
Gibson, was In Portland last week,
someone broke into the rooms and
stole a small amount of change.
Three cartons of cigarettes and.
It Is believed, some candy bars
also were taken. Deputy Sheriff
Floyd Senter Investigated. En
trance was made either through
an unlocked east window, or some
one may have been locked within
at closing time,
DOCTOR TILLS OF
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WOODBURS, Mar. 12. (Spe
cial) After several weeks of de
liberation the senior play commit
tee has selected Shakespeare's
"Merchant of Venice" for presen
tation by the senior class April 28
and 27 In the high school auditor,
lum. The east was chosen last
week by Miss Virginia Mason,
coach, and practice will be started
Mrs. Maude Mochel will assist
Miss Mason In coaching the heavy
The following cast was select
ed: Duke of Venice, Winton Hunt;
Prince of Morocco, Ila Webber;
prince of Aoragon, Neal Butter
field; Antonio, the merchant ot
Venice, Ladrew Moshberger; Bas
sanlo, his friend, Stanley Stark;
Salanlo, Salerino and Gratiano,
friends of Antonio and Bassanio,
Frank Pond. John Nelson, and
Lorenzo, In love with Jessica,
Matthew Mochel; Shylock, a rich
Jew. Archie Atkinson; Tubal, a
Jew and hie friend. George Beck
er; Launcelot Gobbo, servant to
Shylock, Ralph Belcher; Old Gob
bo. his father. Wayne Livingston;
Balthasar and Stephano. servants
to Portia, Otto "Wengenroth and
Leroy Luti; Portia, a rich heiress,
Sophie Pardy;, Nerissa, her waiting-maid,
Opal Hasenyager; and
Jessica, daughter to Shylock.
Juanita Hicks. Mildred Smith,
Pauline Livesay, and Juanita
Hicks are attendants to Bortia.
An extensive advertising cam
paign Is being planned In an effort
to break the attendance record
which was set last year by the
class in Its Junior play. The Mer
chant of Venice Is probably the
most difficult play attempted by
any class in the history of the
school, but the members of the
class are confident of their ability
to make it a success.
Mrs. J. Riddell
Is Hostess To
MONMOUTH, Mar, 12. (Spe
cial) Mrs. James Riddell was
hostess for a large party Tuesday,
at which about 6d women, of the
Christian church were entertained.
The members of the Dorcas soci
ety have resolved Into .competing
divisions, captained by MrvAC.
Powers and Mrs. T. J. Wedeklnd.
and for the next three months will
endeavor to defeat each other in
a money-making campaign. -
An Irish afternoon was featured
In decorations and refreshments,
and a ehort program reflected the
seasonal suggestion. A piano trio
by Mrs. Sylvia Be'.den. Mrs. R. D.
Elliott and Miss Vlrirlnia Parkes
was well received. Miss Parkes
sang several numbers, with accom
nanimont hv Mrs. Belden. Little
-Braht Dietrlck, Jimmy Riddell
and John Haller also sang ior
the pleasure of the guests. Assist
ing the hostess were Mrs. William
Riddell Jr.. Mrs. R- D. Elliott.
Misa Parkes and Mra. Charles
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SADIE SNOOKS HAShtT
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To Play Tonight
AUMSVILLE. Mar. 12. (Spe
cial) The Aumsville high school
basketball team will meet the Tur
ner quintet Wednesday night at
The high school student body
took its play, "All a Mistake," to
Belview Saturday night.
Dr. E. F. Warner held a health
clinic at the schoolhonse last
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parsons
attended the Sunday school con
vention at Silverton Saturday. .
Mr. and Mrs. Turner and family
moved their household goods to
Aumsville from Lyons Saturday.
John and Earl Powell made a
business trip to Lacomb Monday.
BY REBEKM LODGE
GERVAIS, Mar. 12 (Special)
Harmony Rebekah lodge held
its regular meeting In the I. O. O.
F. hall Saturday evening. The oc
raiion was also the annual home
coming of the Rebekahs and abtnt
one nunarea peraonB ere yiw
At the close of the meeting the
following program was given:
Piano duet, Mrs. 8. A. Harris
and Mrs. Ray Shaner;" piano solo,
Miss Marie Harold; reading, Mrs.
Wendell Barnett; saxophone solo,
Albert Harris with piano accom
paniment by Mrs. S. A. Harris.
The program committee was
Mrs. Charles Moore, Mrs. Ray
Shaner and Robert Massey.
Refreshments were served In
the dining room of the lodge ball
to. all present.
Visitors present were Martin
Holmes of Chemeketa Lodge No. 1
of Salem. Ray Shaner ot Wood
burn, and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Har
ris of Brooks.
trip to eugene and
Mckenzie is enjoyed
SILVERTON, March 12. (Spe
cial) Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hand
ford, accompanied by Miss Clara
BJontegard, spent the weekend in
Eugene and on Sunday motored
n tfc MeKensie highway to en
joy winter sports. '
THOSSTADS VISIT WITH
SILVERTON, March 12 (Spe
cial) Mr. and Mrs. Milton Thos
gtad, who have spent the winter
in Reedsport, are In Silrerton, vis
iting at the home of Mr. Thos
stad'a mother, Mrs. C. S. Relstad.
Uauard cherries, seedlings
- 8c and Up each
Sales Yard .East side,
r Office at gae atattosK
Will trade fruit tree
&:Wior wood , -; --:
: : Over St yean tn hmataeaa,
Phone 230 or 1T75H
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SURPRISE BY VISIT
AUMSVILLE. March 12. A
number of members of the Wom
en's club called on Mrs. Arbie
Martin Thursday afternoon as a
surprise. In the group were Mrs.
George Claxton, Mrs. C. F. Hlen,
Mrs. Charles Ransom, Mrs. Mil
He Martin, Mrs. B. N. Speer, Mrs.
T. T. McClellan of West Stayton.
Mrs. J. Ransom Shelburn and the
guest of honor, Mrs. Strayen
Mrs. Louise Doughty is visiting
her parents at Salem.
Charles Ransom was In Stayton
Friday on business.
Mrs. Strayer is here from Lyons
to visit with Mrs. Millie Martin
for a few days.
Al Davey and son left for San
Bill" Doughty and Harold
Ransom left Thursday for Oak
ridge for a camping trip. They
expect to be gone about a month.
Wayne D. Ransom came Fri
day from Portland where he is
attending school, for a weekend
visit with his parents.
SILVERTON. March 12-(Spe
cial) Over 200 persons attended
the Sunday school convention held
on Friday and Saturday in the
Christian church. The principal
address of the session was deliv
ered by Dr. J. J. Staub, pastor at
Snnnyside Congregational chnrch
in Portland. The members of the
Loyal Berrian class served lunch
eon on Saturday to over SO.
For light or beat and
score and more of
No sooCBarne with a
dear, white flame. A
.clean, tweet odor.
It coata no more. Ask
Tonr Aealer or grocer
for the Interesting
SET FOB 1
SILVERTON, Mar. 12. (Spe
cial) Following the regular
Wednesday night prayer meeting
at the Christian chnrch, the mem.
bers will hold an open reception
for their new pastor and his wife,
the Rev. and Mrs. Livingstone.
The Rev. and Mrs. Swander of
Portland will also be honor gnests.
Everyone Is invited, and especially
the pastors of the various loeal
The members of the Christian
church will entertain in the
church parlors on Thursday night
in honor of Miss Mary Egan,
whose marriage to Ernest Keeman
will be solomnised on March 17.
The affair this week will be in
the form of a miscellaneous show
er. Miss Egan Is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Will Egan.
Mill Worker is
Seriously Hurt I
SILVERTON, March 12. (Spe
cial) C. M. Powell, oir-bearer at
the main mill of the Silver Falls
Timber company, received injur
ies while at work late last week.
His left ankle was broken. It is
thonrht that Mr. Powell will be
confined to his bed all this week.
Fullers on Trip
To Grants Pass
DALLAS, Mar. 12. (Special)
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Fuller left
Saturday morning for Grants Pass
where they will visit with Mr.
Miles Olts. who is a brother of
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But here's where the skill comes in blending
mildness with taste to satisfy!
Mrs. Eddy Goes
To Operetta at
INDEPENDENCE, Mar. 12.
(Special) Miss Margaret Eddy
attended the operetta The Chimes
ot Normandy,", at O. 8. C. Satur
day evening. The operetta was di
rected by Dr. Paul Petri and was
put on by The men's glee club
and the Madrigal, or women's
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kurre spent
Sunday in Monmouth at the home
of Mr. George Kurre.
Lee Whitcomb, son of Mrs. Pe
ter Kurre, from Tillamook was a
visitor in Independence over the
week end. '
Mrs. H. Ivan Pease, niece of
Mrs. Heath, and her husband,
were, visitors at Mrs. Heath's home
Sunday. Their home is in Portland
; and they had been visiting at
Leonard Ranton has been HI
with "flu" for the past few days.
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A - A
WASHINGTON, Mar. 12.
(AP) Censorship of radio or
motion pictures "Before Utter
ance," was declared here tonight
by Representative' Beck,' republi
can, Pennsylvania, to be as dam
aging to the American form of
democracy as would be censorship
of the press.
Addressing the fortieth anniver
sary of the Washington chapter of
the Sons of the Revolution, of
which he is president, he cited as
an example the action of the cen
sors board of Memphis, Tenn., in
refusing to pass the "King of
Kings," a plctnre of the life of
Christ made after consultation
with the leading religious groups
of the country. He pointed out
that the supreme court of Ten
nessee ruled that the lower courts
were in error In intervening -the
reviewing of the picture.
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At Dodds Home
MON.MOUTH. Mar. 12. (Spe
cial). Mrs. Homer Dodds enter
tained La Gale Domain club
Thursday afternoon. Bridge hon
ors went to Mrs. Lelghton Smith
and Mrs. A. E. Tetherow. Others
present were Mrs. Mary Lee But
ler, Mrs. Delmer R. Dewey, Mrs.
A. H. Craven. Mrs. A. F. Courier,
Mrs. James Gentle. Mrs. Velma
Smith, Mrs. D. R. Riddell. Mm.
Mina Cornelius. Mrs. B. F. But If r j
and Mrs. George Cooper. A lunch- ,
eon was served at the close of the i
AUMSVILLE. Marcfi 12 (Spe
cial) Evangelist C. C. Crowston
and Mrs. Crowston stopped here
on their way home from Califor
nia where they have spent the
winter. Mr. Crowston delivered
the sermon at the morning church
service and led a Bible class that
for anybody j