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1 Society News
Try-outs For "The
Piper" Will Be
Tbe trroats for admit parts tm
th Salem Drama Leacwe spring
pradactloa. Tbe Piper. by Joee
pblne Freaton Peabodv, will begin
toalrbt at 7:M o'clock. TrvouU
will bo odd la tie uw Drama
Learne neadQaarters at 253 Court
street orer the We term Aato Sup-
air eompaar. rebeamal
room Is betas -fitted- Anyone ko
1 interested, regardless of whetn-
er bo molds membership la tie
Drama Leasee, may try out for a
part la tba play.
Tbe Piper was tbe priae-win-
ter Play at the Enaaeapearean
fentivel at tie Memorial theater
f gtraford-On-Avon la 191 1. It
U a toar-aet poetic drama written
la blaak Tent Tie setting U tnat
of the little towa of Hamlin. Ger
tm the year lXii. It follows
la natural seonenee tbe story of
tk "Pied Piper of Hamlin" as
riA hr Robert BrowaJaa. The
plot of the story carries on from
ta. time that the Piper has played
bis marie "kloderspiel" and the
good people of Ham 11a town seek
to reclaim the children from the
power of the Piper to their Ham
lin homes once again.
The detail of settings aad eos
tmm at old Germany are al
ready being planned. Besides the
pictsresqne Tillage settings, there
Is one scene in me great rare.
The drama Is richly Tarled with
color. music, dancing, and pro
gresses with good movement, but
It I not without loncnee 01
edy relief. It was first produced
lo New York city st the New the.
ater la 1911 with Edith Wynne
Mattbison carrying the lead. Miss
Mattblson won the prise last year
for the most beautiful roice on
the American stage.
The large number of characters
ronnfrMi in the cast atiords a
broad opportunity for those who
would enjoy taking part in this
production. The characters are:
Jacobus, th Burgomeister; Kurt,
the Syndic; Peter, the cobbler;
Hans, the butcher: Axel, the
mith; Martin, the watch; Peter,
the sacristan: Anselm, a young
priest: Old Claus. a miser: Town
Trier; Veronlka, the wife of Kurt;
Barbara, the daughter of Jacob
ua wife of Hane: wife of Axel;
wife of Martin: Old Ursula; and
the children. Jan. Hansel, Use,
Trude and Rude. 4
The members of the League ex
pert that a laree group will try
Daughters of the Nile
Entertain at Dinner
The Salem Daughters of the Nile
entertained their husbands and a
group of special guests at an at
tractive dinner Wednesday we
nlag in the Masonic temple. Eas
ter lilies, and Jonquils were arran
ged about the rooms.
The hostess committee for the
affair included Mrs. O. A. Olson,
Mrs. W. H. Bretx, Mrs. Prank
Minto, Mrs. W. J. Llljequist. Mrs.
Glenn Niles. Mrs. Frank Halik,
and Mrs. Adolph Bombeck.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Smith of
Portland were among the out-of-town
guests present. Mrs. Smith
Is past queen of the Nile temple
at Portland. Other special gnests
for the erening included Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Bernard!, Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. wal
ter Pennington, and Mr. and Mrs.
H. I. Stokes.
Following the dinner, cards
formed the direr Ion of the eve
ning. High score awards went to
Mrs. Bert Flack and William Me-
The Polly Perkins club met for
t afternoon of bridge at tbo
borne of Mrs. E. M. Harpoll Wed
The group included Mrs. H. W.
Berthelson, Mrs. ' Everet Booster,
Mrs. John Kerriek. Mrs. W. M
Hanks, Mrs. Wayne Hawke, Mrs.
Leslie White and Mrs. Estil Cam
The high score award of the
afternoon went to Mrs. Berthelson
and-the second award went to
In order to enable them to
charter a bus to the Marlon Coun
ty Veterans' association, the W.
R. C, Comrades and Bona and
tnetr Auxiliary require-,11 pas
sengers. The assoclatioa meeting
will be held at Woodbarn Thurs
day -April 4. If chartered, tha
bus would leave the Senator hotel
at 9 o'clock Thursday morning.
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day HILL'S CASCARA -QUININE.
Tbe doit because they combine four effects
taeae: (1 break op the coid 13 caeek the
sever U open the bowels (O tone the aratcatj
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OLTfl 1L DOAX, Society Editor
There will be no Friday ere-
mlflg program at T. M. C. A.
"Open Houar" from
o'clock oa through ereniag at
M. U Joaaa home, Lahiah
afMilAwa- kMarliir Ur Iokm
Zoata dinner at T o'clock
la tha Gray Belle.
Peat Vatrnna nt Cbadwlek
chapter, O. SL &, meet wfik
Mrs. Oodfrer. Ill Kortk
brUwftal dmk t 1:11
o'clock with Mrs. Lloyd 6k
taaoa. 1921 KortA lTtk.
Mrs. Darid Wright.
. Cbemeketn chapter, D. A.
K. guests of DaZlaa women.
Beta Chi banquet. Marlon
Beta Chi formal banquet.
Marlon hotel, 9:15.
Hal Shears! auxiliary, cook-
ad faad smla. Pnonla'a 'saarvaC
North Liberty street.
City Girl naaarrs commit-
w tea Imacheoa at 1 a'elnrV fw
city T. W. C. A.
(TaAked tnnA (! Mlnrad
egg. sale at Giese furniture
de Paul beaeftr,
Tested choir. First Methe-
diet church. 7:S9 o'clock.
St. Vincent de Paul par
risk dedication of the new
Salem Lions club Easter
egg hunt at Fairgrounds.
New "500" Club is
The Kill Kara "500" bridge
club was organized. last night at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. W.
The' club group Includes: Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Hogan, Mr. and
Mrs. D. F. Furlough. Mr. and Mrs.
C. J. Pugh, Mr. and Mrs. L. B.
Hlxson, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. G.
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. John Dun-
stan, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Darts,
Mr. and Mrs. Verne Compton. Mr.
and Mrs. L. Bechtel, and Mr. nad
Mrs. Charles KInzer.
Mrs. W. H. Hogan will heal the
organization as president.
Leslie Girl Reserves
Initiate New Members
The Leslie Junior high flirt
Resei-re group held an initiation
rrice at the city Y. W. C. A.
Thursday afternoon. Betty Hart
no; as president of the group had
charge of the service. The girls
who were initiated were Betty
Minkiewitz, Laura Hedine, Theo
Beck, June Johnson. Lucille Stam
mon, Catherine Skelton, Rachel
Pemberton, Elizabeth Bird, and
The Past Matrons' club of the
Chadwick chapter of the Eastern
Star will meet this afternoon with
Mrs. Godfrey at her home on
North Winter street. The hostess
es for the afternoon include Mrs.
Alice Myers, Mrs. Emma Murphy
Brown, and Mrs. Lotta Smith.
A home owned store
211 North Commercial St.
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"The Irish Drama"
At the regular meeting of the
Salem Drama league Wednesday
evening at tha city library, Mrs.
Robert M. Gatke spoke om the sub
ject of "Iris Pra matters of Tea.
tarda? aad Today, explaining the
dearth of drama in Ireland for
aereral .hundred years and the
hlrta of Irish drama a&d the Ab
bey theater. Mrs. Czike said that
becaaso of tko meditaiiTe. mys
tla nature of the Irish people,
their aiuiaaslim. -which, la an
other people weald result ta the
Taxlov art forms, found Its way
ntuTaHr tat their wrey day life
and dialogue, thus relieving the
need for expression in the field of
When the time -came that the
Irish became sick of the English
plays of English life by English
actors and actresses, the Abbey
theater for the production of Irish
drama waa established. It Is the
only theater in the world created
by dramatists. Than, oa Its stage
have been, nrodaeed tha works of
such Irish writers as Singe, Test
es, and Lady Gregory.
Mrs. Georald Preacott read ex
traeta from Sean 0'Caseys
"Plough aad the Stars. Mrs.
Preaeott's reading and comments
were done with fine understand
ing aad interpretation. Mrs. Pres
eott spoke of the fact that not
only in the "Plough and the Stars'
bat In his other works, O'Casey
looks at life truly hot accepts lit
tle of it as God-governed.
The next meetiag of the Drama
League will be at the Monroe Gil
bert Studio where Mrs. Gilbert
will speak on "Stage-craft and De
Glen Brooks Enter
tains at Easter Party
Master Glen Brooks, son of Mr.
and Mrs. E. M. Brooks, enter
tained a group of his friends
Thursday afternoon in celebration
of his eighth birthday.
The feature of the afternoon
was an Easter egg hunt for which
Roger Probert received the prize.
Later in the afternoon Mrs.
Brooks, assisted by Jean Probert
and Beulah Brooks, served re
freshments. In the guest group were Leland
Berry, Andrew Zeigler, Billy
Lockard, Keith Eppley, Roger
Probert, Raymond Walker, Frank
Whlttamor and John Erickson.
Mrs. George Johnson entertain
ed the Royal Neighbors Sawing
club Tuesday at an all day meet
ing in her home on East Meyers
st. Pot luck lunch was served at
noon. Mrs. Cheeney, Mrs. Mary
Ackerman and Mrs. Margaret
Aektrman assisted the hostess in
serving. Those present were Mes
dames Hagerhorn. Scott, Speed,
Zola Peterson, Van Orsdol, Cotter
man, Corbin, Fulton. Keene, Love
land, Wirtx, Shepherd, Sharpe,
Cheeney, Witzel, Pannentar, Na
tion, Quamm, Gentzkow, Macklin,
Mary Ackerman, Margaret Acker
man, i?ash, Bunn, Geiser, Sarah
Peterson, Abbott, Juza, Parsons,
Mahula. the Misses Mildred Ab
bott, Gertrude Cheeney and the
hostess, Mrs. Johnson.
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2 pounds of
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4 pounds of
2 No. 2yx cans of
Gold Bar Sauerkraut
2 No. 2V2 cans of
Gold Bar Pumpkin
,1 pound of best
'3 twin loaves
Airs. Stewart's Bluing
Cooley's Special Brooms (We have just
received a largo shipment of these good
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fruits and vegetablesa
oranges this week.
parts of the dtr West Sakm
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OREGON STATESMAN. Safea. Oregon, Friday Morning. March 29. 1929
B. AndP. W. Club
The' Business and Professional
Women's club held a business aad
social meeting at the Fairish
house Tuesday evening. As a ben
efit for the Scholarship Loan and
the Building. funds, the dab will
sponsor the' showing , of "Red
Skin" in which Richard Dix is
starring at the Elsinore theatre
April 1 and 2. The committee in
charge of the ticket sale includes
Phebe MeAdams, Mrs. Ora Mcln
tyre. Miss Amy Martin. Miss Ed
na Purdy, and Mrs. Olga Hoffard.
Tickets will be oa sale at the
Howards Corset Shop. Adam's
Florist Shop. Prenall's Paint
Shop, and also at Carson and Car
son, druggists, and the Red Cross
Pharmacy on Monday- and Tues
day afternoons and evenings.
Amoag the new members wel
comed into the club at this meet
iag were Catherine Gay lord, Le
ila L. Klmsey. Dr. Edith WTtsel.
Fern Goalding, Mabel Taylor and
During the evening Agnes
Poellner. a pupil of Elizabeth
Levy, played a number of violin
solos. Including "Londonderry
Air" by Krelsler and "Tambour
in" by Gossec She was accom
panied by Mildred Abbott
Susan Varry served refresh
ments assisted by Hazel Price,
Ruth Moore, Olga Hoffard. Dr.
Fannie Brown Tibbetts and Belle
The members were urged to at
tend the district meeting at Ore
gon City, April 27. Plans were
also made to attend the state con
vention at Eugene, May 24-2521.
Ruth MeAdams was appointed con
vention chairman and Grace Hen
drickson, stunt chairman.
Leslie Can-Do Class
Guests of Mrs. Otjen
The Leslie Can-Do class met afl
the home of Mrs. B. E. Otjen
Wednesday afternoon in her home
on Rural avenue. Mrs. John Ber
lelson had charge of the devo
tional hour and Mrs. Lin foot led
in the prayer. During the after
noon Mrs. Bishop and Mrs. Lin
foot sang solos.
Mrs. Otjen served refreshments
later In the afternoon, assisted
by Mrs. Eva Rasmussen and Mrs.
There were 17 members of the
class group present at this meet
ing. Miss Grace Smith will speak to
the members of the city Girl Re
serve committee of the Y. M. C. A.
at the luncheon meeting of the
group Is the city Y. W. C. A. Sat
urday noon. Miss Smith's topic
will be "Legislation as it pertains
to women and children."
Easter and Wedding Gifts,
Bridge Prizes, new shipments.
Novelties, embroidered Linens.
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By L. ulu Hunt Peters MJ3t
It Won't Be Any Easier Tomorrow
"1 lost exactly 5 pounds by
following your wonderful book,
and I was so happy. And now I
could kick myself I went away
on a trip ana
Just 2t of the
pounds. It was
so easy for mo
to slip back to
my old ways!
I hare no will
power and can't
get started to
W A f M
'm a i w i
F Please tell me
y what to do. M."
I wrote an
article a few
tuurimrfaenjts days ago just
after I had a struggle similar to
yours, M-. and I will reprint It for
I had many tell me it helped
them. Here His.:
No one likes to be fat. I use
the short and ugly term because
It gives a definite picture more
expressive than the term over
weight. No one likes to be fat.
I really dont believe even Mr.
Johnston, the author of "The Fun
of Being a Fat Man, likes to be
fat. Methiaka the gentleman doth
protest too much. (Note: I regret
to say that Mr. Johnston died re
cently of apoplexy).
No one likes to be fat. Ton
don't like to be fat. Ton plan to
diet tomorrow. Now tomorrow
is today, and you are invited to
a luncheon or banquet or a pic
nic, and so you don't diet today.
Still you are going to diet tomor
row. It is those of you who are
going to diet tomorrow that I ad
dress this article. I am going to '
tell you something that will start
voa die tin r todav.
It is this. Ton plan to diet to
day. You are hungry. A very
tempting, fattening meal makes
you think: sgain that you will diet
tomorrow. When the thought
comes, say emphatically to your
selm: "It won't be any easier to
morrow!" picture yourself tomor-
Mrs. Bert Flack entertained at
a pretty luncheon Wednesday af
ternoon in her home at the Court
Daffodils and other s oritur flow
ers centered the luncheon table
where places were laid for Mrs.
Mary B. Crawford, Mrs. George H.
Burnett, Mrs. Lucv Pettir. Mr
John Stlx, and Mrs. Matilda Korb.
row going through the same de
sire for the fattening foods, and
then say again to yourself: "It
wont be any easier tomorrow
unless I begin today." I have
found that the thought has beea
a very helpful deciding force with
me many times.
Now, after you have controlled
your appetite today, you can any
it will be easier tomorrow. For
that is an absolute fact It will
be tea times as easy tomorrow.
What you do today from force of
win, you are able to do tomorrow
from force of wOl plus a little
help from force of habit. After
a while you win ftad that the
force of will occupies a minor
place. And you are an example
of the maxim what you do at
first from force of will, you do
later from force of habit.
While I am talking of these
DSTcholoKlcal helps in reducing. I
shall tell you of some other psy
chological helps. Plan the day
For every occasion
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before Just what you are go Utg to
eat and. write it down. - Then it is
settled la your mind you
won't have to be aoioing ow"
societies with yourself and making
decisions the next day. Don t al
low your thoughts to dwell upon
forbidden foods. Don't look in
candy or pastry windows, and
don't "taste." The second tasta
is always harder to resist than the
When you see a pound of candy
you would like, dod't think of It
as candy, but. as a lump of tallow
annexed to your fattest, spot!
When your friends eat ice cream
sodas (EfO to 00C) you drink
your plain seltzer water with the
iimrm nirtnres of women with
beautiful figures, whose propor
tions you want to approach, oa
jour dining table and dresser,
where tm cam ee them when yoa
are tempted to over-eat aad under
exercUe. If yoa go on 1.200 calorie a
day which is a redadag number
for moat and if your meals are
nroperly balanced and arranged.
voa win not suffer from hunger.
Plan to have your meals at def
inite times. If you should feel urn.
comfortably hungry before they
. syff .. .. I
arrive, drink a glass of to 0(
water SOl or cow. uq joii rruy
t,mwm m uttlM lemon lulce in It in
. . . ,
make it more palatable.
Begin today to aies. it
v anv easier tomorrow univ.
you begin today.
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good cheer rules.. T
when that GOOD
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