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The OREGON STATESMAN. -Salem, Oregon, Friday Morning, July 26, 1927
Pope fius XI Performs Rites
Before 200,000 Crowd
at St. Peter's
the part with distinction and gns
to'that is erea more interesting
than her portrayals ot flapper
dancer trpea. v
An excellent supporting cast
will be seen and heard, among
them lreluding, Richard Alien,
who will be remembered for his
good work in such productions as
!The Man I LoTe,"and others.
Kay Franeis. whose rersatile role
as the rampire in "Gentlemen' of
ths Press," is another ceaaribnt
ing factor. -
VATICAN CITY, July 25.
(AP)-f-The long rolantary impris
onment ot Roman Catholic pon
tiffs la the Vatican earae to an
end this erening as Pope Plus XI
emerged from historic St. Peter's
luF''ltmJJ?.Xl?r- M- O. Dahl. home
while they hare been in the east.
She will Join her husband who Is
with the customs serrlce there.
Mr. and Mrs. Riches Ured at
Marshfield before morlng to
MRS. RICHES GOES HOME
SILVERTON, July 25 Mrs.
B. C. Riches and little daughter.
Sue. left for Portland Wednesday.
Mrs. Riches has been staying at
Silrerton, caring for her parents.
and biessea a tnrong oi iuny
00 persons that knelt before him.
Amid deep religions solemnity,
broken only at the beginning by
cries of "Tiva il papa" (long live
the pope), the pontiff made his
way around the Bernini colonnade
that circled the square behind a
magnificent procession and back
to a special altar at the other end
of the colonnade!
Herb he halted and as the spec
tators deeply stirred by the sol
emn moment, knelt, the pontiff
blessed, them with the elerated
ostensorrum containing the sacred
host which he had carried in the
In the crowd were thousands of
American visitors to. Rome, while
f in the long procession vrere nu
merous American bishops and pre
lates. The procession itself, headed by
the pontificial guard, started from
St. Peter's at ten minutes to six j
and 1$ was two hours and thirty-1
five minutea before th e pontiff
once more disappeared within St.
Peter's and the epoch making
eventj made possible by the rocent-ly-eieneditalo-Vatican
Despite the size of the crowd
whicli had swelled to at least 200.
000 by the time the ceremony was
over, everything went off smooth- I
ly. AC times there were some com
motions In the crowd as here and
therej spectators fainted in the in
tense! heat, but temporary Italian
Red fcross stations quickly cared
About 15,000 troops were on
duty fin the square and. surround
ing streets which had been barri
caded off, as the pope passed these
troops presented arms in his hon
or, symbolizing the accord reach
ed after 60 years between the
clrurcfh and the state.
BIG JEW Bli
Stock Raising Forte of This
Roberts Farmer; Herd v
. Totals" Over 100
ROBERTS, July 25 JC. A.
Rhoten has jnst finished build
ing a large bam on his farm here
which he Intends to use as stor
age for hay. Mr. Rhoten has . a
big crop of hay this year and has
recently placed 2 S acres ot alfal
fa which is looking splendid.
The' dairy stock "on the Rhoten
farm numbers more than 100
head. Twenty-five of these' cows
are now being milked.
The old bee tree that has stood
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Melodiously Synchronized . . .
Love . . . Daring Romance . . .
Lovers of the Screen
for many years on the edge of the
farm that now belongs to Mrs. W.
U. Johnson is now a thing ot the
past, A fine stand ot German
bees was staken from the tree
after macbs protest front the bees,
also there were several gallon ot
delicious honey.' The tree meas
ured about four feet In diameter.
James Fry has recently put on
a new roof on his house.
Hay Balers Hard at Work
Hay balers are the most im
portant persons in the neighbor
hood at present especially to
the cooks. Elmer Mulch and Ira
Hecklnger are running their bal.
era again this year.
James Fry Is building an ad
dition to his barn. He has an
unusually big crop of hay this
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Edwards
of Salem visited with Mr. and
Mrs. Forest Edwards Wednesday
Mrs. John Crouser, Matthlaa
and Naomi Crouser
weekend at the coast.
Beard ttndergoe Operation
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Beard of
Washogal, Wash., are -visiting
with Mr, and Mrs. James Fry.
Mr. ; Beard recently underwent an
operation In the Veterans hospi
tal In Portland. 1
Miss June Edwrads went Wed
nesday to spent a few days with
Miss Maria Statesman In Salem.
C. D. Query who has been sick J
in bed for four months seems to
be feeling a little stronger lately.
He has been able to sit up some
and walks with help. :
J. P. Bressler is much .better
in health than be has been tor
two years. He Is now able to do
light work and can walk quite a
We print Letter Heads, Busi
ness Cards, Posters, Signs, Book
lets, almost anything in our Job
shop. Call BOO for prices.
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Starts Saturday - 4 Big Days!
U 1 TAKE
Clara Bow's! latest all-talkie
e o mj e d y success, "Dangerous
Curves,' is booked for a forslay
run at the Elslnore theatre, com
"Dangerous Curves" is a story
of circus folk, and all the scenes
are taken under the big top and
in tie circus trains. Miss Bow
: playa; the part of a bareback rider
and ja clown. The characteriza
tion kails for dramatic and deep
ly romantic work, and she handles
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Late Spring Rains Aid
Bumper Crop in McCoy
McCOT, July 15 The cutting
of grain is under full swing and
there is a promise of a very good
crop. The late rains were very
beneficial to the crops.
Earnest Sears and Mr. Leslie
Stewart called on Miss Dorothy
Kirkwood and Miss Marjorie
Visits From Oakland
Mrs. Gene Jordon of Oakland,
California is visiting friends in
this neighborhood this week.
Mrs. Jordon is well known here
as she and her husband at one
time owned and operated the Mc
Coy General Store and Postoffice.
George Shivery is . making an
improvement on his small farm
by building an addition on to his
barn. I r .
North Carolina legislators claim
to be tarseelng. In an act regu
lating., airports, passed this year,
hunting birds and animals from
an airplane is declared a misde
meanor. . ;
Read the Classified Ads.
Continuous Shows Daily
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