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The New OREGON STATESMAN. Salens Oregon, Wednesday Morning, May 8, 1929
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Fine Programs To
There Is music In the air In Sa
lem thia wek, so much so that it
will be necessary to exercise a
choice as to where to go (or there
are several evenings which offer
mor than one good promise. That
Is true (or tonight.
The Willamette University En
semble program under the direc
tion of Miss Frances 1reinie
Melton will be presented in Wall
er hall at 8:15 o'clock. This will
include the following numbers:
Two Pianos Prelude
Twas a Lover and His Lass, Dunn
Women's Glee Club
Two Pianos Six
Elizabeth Boy lan, Mildred Oliver
Jack Stubbins Bornschein
Sword of Ferrara Bullard
Men's Glee Club
Two Pianos and Violin
Dream Overture . Mendelssohn
Rosalind Van Winkle. Mar
garet Schreibcr, Helen Mc
pherson, Grace Henderson.
Violin, Fay Irvine
Piano Concerto in Do t
Major, Allegro Beethoven
(Orchestral parts on second piano
by Doris Corbin)
Are They Tears, My
A Bird Flew Clockey
' Women's Glee Club
Two Pianos Suite Op. 15
(Romance, Valse, Polo
Edith Findley, Lucile Cummings
A second program of interest
will be that given under the aus
pices of the institutions committee
of the Salem Women's club of
which Mrs. S. M. Endicott Is chair
man, at the girls training school
with Mrs. Martin Ferrey directing.
This Is the program promised:
Community singing and instru
mental numbers by the girls of
"Desert Song" Romberg
"Chinese Lulaby" (From
East is West) Bowers
Mrs. Helen Minkiewitr
Vocal duet, "A Brown Bird
Is Singing" Wood
Mrs. Minkiewits and Mrs.
Alto solo. "Sleepy Hollow
Sally Roses" Bostelman
Mrs. Martin F. Ferrey
Soprano solo. "I Passed by
Your Window'' . ; : . Brahe
Mrs. Helen Minkiewits
"The Influence of Music"
Rev. Martin F. Ferrey
Total duet. "The Bells of
- St. Mary" Adams
Mrs. Minkiewitr and Mrs. Ferrey
Chorus Girls of the school.
"The Piper" Assumes
The ineedental music in manu
script form has arrived, for "The
Piper." the Salem Drama club pro
duction to be given sometime late
in June. The scores were written
by Ruth C. Cook, of the San Jose
Teachers college, California. The
music Is genuinly interpretative
of the parts.
There Is the work of the flute
clayed by William Mosher. which
interprets the Piper's promise to
the children if only they would
follow him to the land
"Where waters gushed and fruit
And flowers put forth fairer
And everything was strange and
new;" . . .
And the same flue music inter
prets the Piper's promise to the
rats which causea 10 iowow mm
"Fathers, mothers, uncles, cous'ns.
Cooking tails and pricking whis
kers, Families by tens and dozens."
r-nr the time when the Piper.
Harold Mero, decides to send the
' children back to their families, the
pipe organ and the violin take up
the theme and make an exquisite
;t of dramatic music which ex
presses the chaos roiiowea oy
peace caused by his decision. Mrs.
Kenneth Dalton will play the pipe
organ (or this and Nathan Stein
bock the violin.
The them ethat adds diversity is
h iv motif of Barbara. Echo
DeSart Turner, and Hlchael. the
sword swallower. Jack Spong.
This is a light, happy atmosphere
that in annealinsr.
Much interesting research work
la -being done by Individual mem
bers of the cast to get the proper
atmosphere for the interpretation
f narts. For example Eric Ander
son who is to play the part of the
nrioct In th nlav spent some time
recently as the guest of Father
Adilo at Mt. Angel discussing the
play with him. And Haroia Aiero,
t h the Piner.. with Clyde War
den, who will play Cheat-the-Dev-II.
at the Invitation of Miss Mar
varot rnsner visited Garfield
school during the play and story
hour there in order to set a tone
: (or the acting they must do in the
cave scene at which time all the
kidnapped children must be en
tertained. Mrs. William Burghardt and
William Wright are also doing
much In aiding in securring the
correct Interpretation (or the mu
sical atmosphere td be created for
the play. '
This afternoon at fonr o'clock
the, children -characters will re
hearse at lit Court street (or a
special rehearsal. There is need (or
15 children between the ages bf
fir and eight who have had some
experience in dancing, and they
- win be welcomed at thi special
rehearsal. The rehearsal will be
finished at five o'clock
. This afternoon' the W. H. M. so
ciety of the Jason Leo church will
" meet with Mr. C.T. Follow, 199 S
K. Cottage street Mrs. Boxrnde
will lead devotions. . Mrs. A. J.
Vick has charge of. the lesson,
lflte-bex opening be' tare to
. bring or send yours. : :
News and Club
30UYE M. Do AX,
Willamette University En
semble program, 8:15, Wal
Mrs. Martin FeTry presents
program. Girls Training
Musical kindergarten. 9
o'clock to 11, Episcopal Par
Lucille Cummings, con
Woman's Missionary so
ciety. First Presbyterian
Zena Missionary society,
Mrs. S. H. Barker.
Veterans of Foreign Wars
auxiliary, with Mrs. C. Floer,
2587 Bellevue street, 2:30
Children's rehearsal for
"The Piper," 253 Court, 4
o'clock, dismissed 5 o'clock.
Ladies' aid of Christ Luth
eran church, 2 o'clock,
W. F. M. of: First Metho
dist church, church parlors,
Salem Daughters, of Nile,
all day meeting.
W. F. M. of Jason Lee;
church. Mrs. C. C. Follows,
Lady Eagles, o'clock. Fra
ternal temple, election.
Louis Ferry recital, 4:30
o'clock, 57 Chemeketa
The Academy of the Sacred
Heart concert, St. Joseph's
auditorium. 8:15 o'clock.
State school for the blind,
E. Ruth How, Joy Turner
Moses students, 8 o'clock.
Bulbul. Leslie Junior high
school. Grand theatre, 8:15
Beethoven clmb, concert,
Old People's home.
Ruthyn Turney. tuberculo
sis hospital, orchestra and
Mrs. S. W. Starr, dramatic
soprano, aria from "Tann
Woman's Benefit associa
tion will sponsor- "500" and
Bridge, Fraternal temple, eve
ning party. Public invited.-'
North Salem W. C. T. TJ..
Mrs. McCarrol. corner of Ma
ple and Highland. Mother's
Day program. Potluck dlnnejr
The Golden Hour club with
Mrs. Carle Abrams, 2 o'cock.
Men's Brotherhood of Les
lie Methodist church, church
parlors, ladies' night. Choir
Ladles' aid of the Woman's
Relief corps, all day meeting,
fairgrounds. Potluck dinner.
Kensington club, Mrs. Al
bert Smith, South Commer
H. M. S. Pinafore, Grand
theatre. 8:15 o'clock.
Y. M. C. A. auditorium,
special program. Iva Claire
Lore, Ruth Bedfor. Ida
Mathews, Ronald Craven,
Elizabeth Levy, violin stu
dents, special program, boys'
Musical kindergarten. 9
o'clock to 11, Episcopal Par
Salem school bands in con
cert before program, Grand
Melodette quartette. Lions
Daughters of Veterans
"Home Coming" dinner, 6
o'clock. Salem Woman's club
Annual Mother and Daugh
ter banquet. Men's council.
First Methodist church,
Eleanore Moore Arbutus
Rudie, sketch from "Madam
Westside Circle, ladies' aid.
.lason Lee church, Mrs. P. J.
Clark, 1215 N. Commercial.
Pageant. "The Blue Tri
angle." Willson park. 3
The Salem Choral society.
Grand theatre, 8:15 o'clock.
Schubert choral, Elsinore.
Iva Clare Love, student re
cital, Roberts studio, 8: IS
- 'War -Mothers caroatioik
sale all day.
Salem. Woman's, club.- 2
o'clock board mewling, 2:30
business mooting, 3 o'clock
0 m m
Statesman 15c Practical Pattern
The :ong looked for tennis daya
are here at last and one needs
many little tub frocks to be neat
and trim on the courts. The ador
able model sketched today. De
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In pastel shades or in a print. The
chic rounded vestee is made of a
No:e the scalloped skirt yoke
that corresponds with the vestee
In curved lines. Inverted pleats al
low eaiy width for sport activi
ties. Wash silks, linens, percales,
ginghams and rayons are fabrics
that would fashion admirably in
May be obtained only In sizes
14. If. 18, and 20.
Size 14 requires 2 yards
printed and 1"4 yards plain ma
terial, 36 inches wide.
This model is easy to make. No
dressmaking experience Is neces
ary. Each pattern comes to you
with simple and exact Instruc
tions, Including yardage for every
size. A perfict fit is guaranteed.
Patterns will be delivered upon
receipt of fifteen cents (15) in
coins carefully wrapped or stamps.
T.e sure to write plainly your
name, address, style number and
Our new spring and summer
fashion book will be sent upon re
ceipt of ten cents in coin. Address
all main and orders to Statesman
Pattern Department, 243 W. 17th
Street, New York City.
Marion County Council
Will Meet Saturday
The Marion County Council will
meet in an all day meeting Satur
day, May 11 at Silverton in the
Eugene Field school. All parents
and teachers are invited. Follow
ing is the program for the day.
10:30 a.m. America.
Invocation Rev. Thomas Har
die M. E. church Silverton.
tVelcome Miss Helen Cone
stock, president Silverton P. T. A.
Response Mrs. Ruth Wood,
district vice president, Stayton.
Vocal solo, "Come, Love, the
Long Day Closes," Hazel Joy
Secretary-Treasurer r e p o rt
Mrs. R. L. Wright, Salem.
Vocal solo, "Kashmir Song,"
Beatrice Booth, Silverton.
County presidents report: Dr.
B. F. Pound, Salem.
Address Mr. Geotx, superin
tendent of schools, Silverton.
Violin solo, "The Gypsy
Dance," Mary Beryl Ottoway,
Election of officers.
12:00 Luncheon hour.
Round table discussion, Mrs. La
Moine of Salem, toastmlstress.
Homo education Mrs. Bruce
Publicity Mrs. Clark, Aums
ville. Music Mrs. R. E. Kleinsorge,
Literature Mrs. Mabelle Towe,
Social standards Mrs. Tobie,
What a P. T. A. can do for a
Rural School Miss Ruby Downs,
Health Mrs. Elvira Carmich
Instrumental quartette: violins,
Irene Morley, Ruth Hubbs; flute,
W. E. Satchwell; piano. Franklin
Address Mrs. C. V. Ross, past
president ef the Portland council.
4 H club program, sponsored by
Mr. W. W. Fox.
Introduction Anna Bigler.
Vocal duet Irene Begin and
Club pledge and song 4-H
Sewing demonstration Del
phine Ebaer. Visula Keber.
Club song. "We're Here "For
Fun" 4-H club members.
Demonstration, patching over
allsDonald Aman, Raymond
4-H club workers song club
"Choosing Materials and Pat
terns for a Dress" Irene Begin
and Anna Lauby.
"The Last Shine" Mary Lou
ise Le Doux.
Inlation of new members offi
cers. Club songs and yells club.
2:15. "Club Work Whatsit Is
and What it means to Oregon."
L. O. Allen, assistant state club
Vocal solo "Duna" Perry Lar
Mrs. R. M. Gatke was hostess
to her drama class Tuesday after
noon for the regular study period.
"Franceses Da Rimini" was re
viewed by Mrs. W. E. Anderson;
"La Giocanda" was reviewed by
Mrs. Robert Gatke and "The
Whole World and His Wife" was
reviewed by Mrs. Merrill Ohling.
Members present for this after
noon were Mrs. J. E. Law, Mrs.
Carl Nelson, Mrs. Karl Becke,
Mrs. W. E. Anderson, Mrs. E. T.
Pierce, Mrs. Merrill Ohling, Mrs.
V. E. Mclntyre, and Mrs. Shel
We wiO- be (lad to go te
your place and pay the
full value. We want
" Rags, Paper, Metal, Etc,
IV. Coaunerdal St.
Saffroa A Kllao
H. M. S. Pinafore
School music during music
week is taking a splendid place In
the general plan of programs. One
of the most noteworthy of these is
"H. M. 8. Pinafore," a Gilbert and
Sullivan production that has giv
en joy to so many audiences and
which will be presented by Salem
senior high school, Friday night,
at the Grand Theatre under the
direction of Miss "Lena Belle Tar
tar, LaVerne Laphaxn, dance
coach, and Doris Ross, and Mil
dred Abbott accompanists.
The dramatis personae Is Ken
neth Abort, Homer Smith, Lau
rence Alley, Fritz Ammann, Joe
King, Leroy Rndln, Bernice Rick
man, Mildred Gardner, and Ruth
Special dancers are Margaret
Turner, Vera Wheeler, Dolly Mor
gan, Wanda McHargue, and Ver
Chorus: Dale Arehart, Marjorie
Brant, Gordon Bennet. Marthat
Chase, Elizabeth Clement, Phyllis
Dance, William DePew, Lucile
Downing, Gladys Edgar, Joan
Evans, Anthela Elfstrom, Jessie
Fukuda, Doris Gardner, Lacile
Hixson. Gwendolyn Hubbard, Ro
bert McFarland, Mary Louise
Morley, William Mosher, Jean Pe
terson, Helen Ralph, Hope Ray
mond, Frances Reid. Sylvia Saw
yer, Clara Schermacher, Harry
Skelton, Gertrude Thornton, Ro
berta Varley, Glenn Wilbur, Lois
First Violin Vern Wilson,
Jeannette Scott, Gladys Edgar,
Elizabeth Boylan, Mariano Rodri
guez, Dalbert Jepsen, Nathan
Steinbock, Mary Trindle.
Second violin Daniel Hardy,
Leonard Moser, Esther Heckart,
Isabelle Gragg, Robert Huston.
Cello Chester McCain. -
Clarinet Blair Foley, Loree
T r u m p e t Fred Remington,
Saxophone H e 1 e n . McEiroy,
Barbara Barham, Kenneth Van
Trombone Aileen Tween.
'Banjo Orville Hawk.
Piano Mildred Abbott.
Faculty Manaeer. Miss Ola
Moine Clark; student manager,
Stanley Perrine: faculty stage
manager, Norborne Berkeley;
electrician, Richard Upjohn; cos
tumes, Hope Raymond, Sevilla
Phelps; properties, Dale Arehart;
head usher, Virginia Page.
Afternoon Line Party
Mrs. FlOVri White vn n.toe.
for a one o'clock luncheon at the
JUKS' Temple Tuesday afternoon
at whieh time sha ntriilnt
members of her club. The lunch
eon table was centered with red
and yellow tulips which colors
were effectively used as' a menu
color scheme as well.
Following: the lunrfcean hnn.
the party enjoyed a line party for
intj uBosi laias - at the Capitol.
Clnb amhcrf ...
Mrs. E. H. Birfrrh4mr m
Carl Huber. Mrs. Clifton Muddi
atrs. jsa scnunke, Mrs. D. R. Pe
terson. Mrs. Hirrr IT arm. Vf
Elmer Davis, Mrs. Walter McClar-
en, sirs, uen jfiUer, both of Al
bany. Mrs. Walter N1y u
Earl Gregg, and Mrs. 'Floyd
War Mothers Will
Everybody knows what "ntn
day" is but there are some who
are not so sure as to "carnation
day.' it has one and the same
purpose as the "poppy day," the
proceeds all go to the fund for
disabled veterans, one half is kept
by the state legion hospital fund
and the other half goes to the na
This sale of carnations Is held
each year the Saturday before
Mother's Day. The Salem War Mo
thers are planning for this Satnr.
day as "carnation day.-" 50 girls
from the junior high schools have
volunteered to sell the carnations
a red one for the living and a
white for death. A noon luncheon
will be served for them by the
w things to
nightly a giant
ipm Empress liner
fsails from Vic-.
toria and Van-!
service and cuisine.
Bookings may be
made - should bt
kJtcuccN rAirt? cm.
Conmffam fmrific Trorrs
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1 new people... 11
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V do. The Orient 11
''Bulbul is Romantic
This eomie operetta produced
by students of Leslie- junior high
school under the direction of Miss
Kreamer promises to be very
pleasing. It is a composition of
Rhys-Herbert with a comic ro
mantic theme having to do with
a king who Issued an edict that
any man asked In marriage by a
woman was to accept that propo
sal with no exceptions. He fell a
victim of his own ediet much to
the amusement of all his court.
The children get the spirit if the
story very well and are making it
a production worth seeing.
The following gives the people
making up the evening's program
which will be given Thursday eve
ning, 8:15 o'clock at Leslie jun
ior high school.
Director Gretchen Kreamer
Accompanist . -.Doris McCallister
Violins ..Floyd Walts, Vena Bow-
en, Victor Koop
Saxophone ... Edward Anderson
Trombone - William Bush
Baritone -Merle Walts
Dances Miss Degermark
Costumes Mrs. Phillips, Miss
. Miles. Miss Carr
Stage Settings Mrs. Andrews
Business manager Mrs. Hanna
Iamit, a fussy monarch
Bulbul, his daughter ....Echo Hall
Caspian, a young prince
Ida, the court chaperon
Lilla, a fr! nd of Bulbul
Alain, a fric d to Caspian ....
' . . - :
YOUR fragrant message of
affection cannot be ex
pressed more appropriately
than through a lovely, fresh
plant from our hothouses.
Your Mother's favorite blooms
are waiting for her; we'll de
liver them on Mother's Day.
C. F. BREITHAUPT
Salem's Bonded Telegraph Florist
512 State St. Tel. 380
er's Day Pack
a g e s. Priced
50c and Up. V2
1, 2, 3, 5, & 10
THE GRAY BELLE
for the Table
& Gift Shop
444 Ute S. Ncrt te' Gray Belle
Doeay, keeper of the royal
Juato, keeper or the royal cash
box Thomas All port
MAIDS OP HONOR
Nina alberta. Kroschel
Daphne Leota Harland
Zoe Charity Watson
Jasmine Eupha Humphreys
Rosa Irma Martin
Lola Marie Bone
Josephine Charlotte McClary
Isabel Leora Gerig
Chloe Myrtle Rinehart
FRIENDS TO CASPIAN
Iran Robert Davis
Tybalt Charles Barclay
Crispen David Hoss
Haydon Maynard McKinley
Basil .Donald Stockwell
Urban .George Williams
Guy Paul Hauser
Selim Donald Ellis
LORDS ANb LADIES OF THE
Laurel Clayton, Carol Dasch,
Francis Ellis, Willimina Hilficker,
Marjorie Humphreys, Josephine
Jaegler, Roberta Johnson, Doro
thy Judson, Dorothy Keeton, Lou
ise Macklln, Marguerite McCarty.
Ruby Neer, Myrtle Pearsall, Le
tha Polk, Bernice Rosecrans, Lo
lita Skipper, Margaret Smart,
Irene Stover, Helen Wenger, Iona
Williams, Ralph Branch, Donald
Calahan, Eldon Cottew, Burrell
Eckstein, Ray Elliott, Leland Ep
ley, James Falk, Delbert Thomas,
Allen Zirkle, Virgil Zwicker, Mar
vin Flagg, Gerald Cleary.
Inez Allison, Charlott Baldin
ger, Marguerite Beck, Katherine
Clark, Margaret Doege, Beatrice
Evans, Josephine Evans, Hazel
SUNDAY, MAY 12, 1929
GIFT For The
Golden Pheasant and
Gray Belle candies pro
vide presents of delect
able sweetness, express
ing your affection most
appropriately. She will
be delighted with this ever-welcome
We Mail it for You
la nicely grada.
a ted pearls or
Any good snake
Godkin. Clara Graham. Mariorie
Hastings, Esther - Horning. Har
riet Howard, Leone Hubbel, Car
olyn Hunt. Lucille Kelty, Marie
Lippold. Roberta McGllchrist. Na-
dean McWain. Mucetta Miles. Al
berta Mills. Helen Nathan, Irma
uenier, Helen Purvlne, Virginia
Sehlebner, Eleanor Smalley, Nina
Taylor. Velma Warner. Vera
Wenger, Helen White.
Aid with Hospital Day
The newly formed Salem Gen
eral Hospital auxiliary, under the
presidency of Mrs. William Dancy
are to take active part in the cel
ebration of Salem's part in Nation
al Hospital day which is May 12.
The program for the day la not
yet announced but under the di
rection of William McGllchrist, Sr.
plans are nearly complete. One
thing which will be a feature of
the day will be the 24th com
mencement exercises of the gradu
ating class of nurses, three o'clock
at the Salem General hospital.
Mrs. Ralph Dippel
Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Dippel were
hosts Saturday evening for four
tables of bridge. Red tulips were
effectively used about the guest
rooms. High score for the evening
was won by Mrs. I. M. Daughton,
for the women and Earl Gilbert
received high score for the men.
At the close of bridge playing
Mrs. Dippel was assisted in serv
ing by Mrs. David Bennett Hill
and Mrs. J. H. Scott.
Send Mother one of our Greeting Cards with a senti
ment that will express your esteem of her
Give her a suitable gift selected from the many
things we-would like to show you BOOKS, STATION
ERY, MOTTOS, BOOK-ENDS.
Commercial Book Store
A. A. GUEFFROY
163 N. COMMERCIAL ST-PHONE 64
THERE' is no gift that you could give Mother on her
Day that would give her more pleasure than sev
eral hours a week of leisure time.
and issue a standing order to us to call for your
washing. We'll do is as well as Mother herself.
2330 S. Commercial St.
Gnesls for the evening" were
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gilbert. Dr. and
Mrs. Burton Meyers, Dr. and Mrs.
David Bennett Hill, Mr. and Mrs.
Leland Smith. Mr. and Mrs. I. M.
Daughton, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bidwell
and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Baldock.
Lasalot Club Guest
Of Mrs. R. O. Koepp
Mrs. R. O. Koepp was hostess
Tuesday afternoon to the mem
bers of the Lasalot club and one
special guest for an afternoon of .
bridge. Spring Iowers made the
guest rooms-very attractive. High
score for the afternoon was won
by Mrs. Fred .'Gordon, and second
by Mrs. R. O.' Koepp.
Special gn est for this afternoon
was Mrs. Bert L. Cook. Club
members present were Mrs. Fred
C. Gordon. Mrs. Byron Othus,
Mrs. Donald Madison, Mrs. Hal A.
Wiley, Mrs. Roy F. McGee. Mrs.
Stanley Burgess, and Mrs. Koepp. .
Mrs. Koepp was assisted in
serving by Mrs. Roy McGee.
Mrs.Carl Steiwer and Miss J!Hrn a 1
Thielsen motored to Portland to
attend the regular meeting and
tea of the St. Helen's Alumnae
club Monday. In the business
meeting Miss Mildred Roberts,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Roberts, and president of the se
nior class of St. Helen's was
awarded the Alumnae scholarship
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kennell and
family returned Monday noon
from a three months visit in Lbs
-with a splendid new
Philco Radio, completely
equipped and certain to
give her years of entertainment"