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Today 'Christmas Sunday'
For Great Air as Weil
As Church Crowd
Today is Christmas Sunday
la the. great uaiversitv of the air
M well as tn tent hoasand
ehnrches. For radio today bring
the Christmas messages In song
and story. The NBC chain bas a
fall program of music and service
partly devotional partly entertain
ing built around the theme of
Christmas. The program may be
beard over KGW, Portland;
KOMO. Seattle; KGO, Oakland.
First from 12:15 to 1 p.m. the
National Youth conference will be
beard with Dr. Daniel A. Poling
preaching on "The Love ot Christ
Binds men,'.' a Christmas sermon,
and the singing of Christmas
byms by the ouartet. The "Cath
edral Hoar follows from 1 to 2:30
with S. Parkes Cadman giving a
Christmas message and a chorus
will sing Christmas hymns and
concert from 2:30 to 3:30 will
The NBC Sunday afternoon
consist chiefly of classical music
included excerpts from Cfou nod's
'Romeo and Juliet" and the Lar
go from Dvorak's "New World
Symphony." ' The following is
.'the full program:
Orchestra Overture, "If
Were King," Adam.
Orchestra Largo, "New World
Orchestra Persian Dance,
Solo To be selected.
Orchestra "Ballet Bacchus.
Orche Ira -Traume. Wagner.
Solo to be selected.
( ' ! Orchestra Selections "Ro-
' ineo and Juliet," Gounod. '
Orchestra Processional March,
NBC offers additional musical
numbers during the remainder of
the afternoon, culminating in a
concert from 6:15 to 7:15, over
KCW and KOMO with the concert
of the Atwater - Kent orchestra
under direction of William Ton
Hoogstraten. Portland, as guest
conductor. The orchestra will
present Engelbert Humperdinck's
operatic fantasy "Hansel and
. retel," considered one of the
greatest -contributions to opera
"Since Wagner. Its fairy story is
known throughout theuworld. The
two children are senf to the woods.
for berries. They fall asleep near
the house of a wicked fairy who
bakes children In her oren. When
the children, wake and discover
the cake-house the witch captures
Hansel but Gretel helps him es
cape and then then capture the
wicked fairy and burn her la her
Music in lighter rein concludes
the full day's program.
DALLAS. Dec 21. The schools
of Dallas closed today until De
cember 30. There were Christmas
programs and Christmas trees at
H oAthe schools. The schools
will open again December 30. due
to the late start on account of the
heavy prune crop. January 1 will
be a-noliday however.
The senior class sponsored the
program at the high school. The
program was as follows:
Song The First Nowell by
entire assembly. 1
" -ong Stars of the Summer
Klght by boys glee club quartet.
Piano duet Pizzicatl byttar
lel Kelly and Alice Wlens.
Reading A Christinas present
for a lady Minnie Sanders.
golo "To the Sun" Mrs. Al
ice F. Wright.
"Why Santa Ciaus Got Mar
ried" Miss Bernice Morningstar.
Solo by John Smith, class of
Two accordlan solos by Eugene
: Solo "Lassie O Mine" Mr.
. Donald Balantyne.
Sowg "Silent Night" by en
This program was followed by
the , reeding of letters to Santa
Cle-us written by various members
t the D. H. S. student body. After
this the students went to the gym
where Christmas presents were
- given out.
Zena School Has
v. Fine Program
i ZENA. Dec. 21. Outstanding
among the programs given .this
year by the Zena school was the
Christmas program Thursday
night held at the eZna school
- The school rooms were bright
wkh holly and lovely Christmas
scenes were used effectively on
walls aad windows. Miss Lillian
Reynolds, principal, had charge of
the program. Miss Louise Seef eld.
primary teacher was ptaaist.
Christmas carols were suag he
tdad the scenes, by a group of up
per grade - children' before the
curtain was pulled aside. The
eaening number, "WiKsmt," was
given by Jessie Worthlngtea the
tisseat girl in school.
Dallas Hotel in
- , -
I-DALLAS, Dec. tl. Mrs. P. H.
CMsenberry who for the past sav-
- erai month has been running the
JDsJUs. botet. U returning to If ed-
ford, Saturday, to resume charge
T t we rooming houses she has
there. ' : J
The hotel 'will probably be
' clneed until the owner, Mrs. Kia
vsell sends new waiter. Consider
able lav the way ei new equipment
and repair will r be meeeasary to
' jut tans-place In good condition. -
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Left to right Gwen Lee sad
to worry about too little or too
t they do not worry.
On Thje Air For
Sunday and Monday
4S3A Meters, C30 Keys.
9:29 to 10 a. m. American Legion
16 to 11 a, m. International Bible
11 to li noon Church service.
IS to 1 p. nt. NBC . .
I to 1:30 p. nt Catholic truth.
1 :3 to S :30 p. m. NBC.
J:S0 to 3:30 p. in. Sunday concert.
3 :3 to 4 p. nu NBC
4 to 4:15 p. m. Book chat
4:1S to 4.30 p. m. Dental talk.
4:30 to 8:15 p. m. NBC.
S:15 to 8:30 p. m. Studio program.
5 to S :S0 p. m. NBC.
to 5 :30 p. m. NBC.
9 :3 to 10 p. m. Players.
10 to 11 p. m. Little Symphony or-
II to 12 midntsht Fox Hollywood or
154.1 Meters. 11 SO Kcy.
13 noon Religious music.
V p. m. Muslcale.
1 :30 p. m. Classical recital.
5:30 9. m. Twiliaht hour.
p. m. "Hour on Broadway."
7 p. in. Glen Eaton, tenor : Uarjorle
RobiMard, piano : Zac Kalbe.cn. sax
I p. m. Damskfs Imperial Grand. Or
chestra. p. m LeaGauchosi Argentine; El
inors v meent, tenor; &ao Kaioacn,
10 D. m. Concert ensemble: Ellen
Keep, contralto Sidney Dixon, ten
or. li p. m. Harmony Aees dance band;
fcAlala .Dean, bluea.
31 Meter. S40 Keys.
IS to 1 Portland theater organ.
1 to S Four-Square Gospel Light
nouse service and orchestra con
2 to S :30 C. B. S. chain Brosram.
2 :30 to 6 Chain and Studio program.
m i :i'J string ensemDie.
:30 to 7 f. B. S. chain programa
I to 7 :5i Tile Benson hotel orches
S to S Sunday evening church sei
ice from First Church of Christ
Scientist, under auspices of the
Cnrtatlan Science churches Of Port
to 1 Orchestra concert.
10 to 12 Chain programs.
tri 5 Meter. 790 Keys.
12 to 1 p. m. National Youth Confer-
1 to 2:30 p. aa. Cathedral Hour.
2 :30 to 3 :30 p. m. Sunday concert
3 :Se to 4 9. m. NBC.
4 to 4:30 p. m. Musical Musketeer.
4 :S t p. m NBC.
5 to p. m. Drama Hour.
Itol:lia m. News service.
S.1S to 4:45 p. in. "Son as WlUraot
1:45 to 7:IS p. m. Stanislas Bern's
MS to 1 :m Dl m NBC.
7 Hi t S:15 p. m. Sunday at Seth
t:l& to p. m. The Pilgrims.
to SrlS n. m KBC. .
: to 10 p. m. "The Reader
Guide." - -
It te 11 p. m. The-Gay Classic.
- 325.0 Meters. S20 Key
10 a. na International Bible Students?
11:15 a, to. Plymouth Csngresation-
l-:30 p. m. NBC.
2 p. m. Artistic ensemble.
!Uan. tAt:li m.- NBC
7 :4S. p. m. O. DwM Oray. baritone.
aad VeOna Socolof osier. Mpraaa
S-v an. f irst Church of Christ. Bofr
9 p aw NBC
S :30 te
10 . ca. Artlatie Ensembl.
10 to 11-p. m. NBC.
- . - ass a m M
- PORTLAND, ORBOON
7 to t a. a. "Maklnr Merry," KPO.
1 1 i a w uu.
9 to t:l ax jav sNewa : . .
0:10 to 0:30 a. m. Cooking school. v
:S0 to 10:34 aw m. Th Town Crier.
1:S to 11 :J a. a. NBC
11:1 t IS noon Record. .
IX te 13:30 p. sa Orsaa concert.
13:30 ts 1 i a. Lunch s i eenosrt
I to 1:11 p. na. Marirat report.
1:15 t 1:3 sx. an. Btndio. ycosjrana.
1 JO to. 2:30 Bw.Bi NBC
Clara Bow. Neither Gwen with her
much weight. That may be the
30 to I p. m. Studio program.
to 3:30 p. m. NBC.
30 to S:4S d. m. Traffic talk.
3 :4i to 3 :&Q p. m. Did You Know.
3:t0 to 4:15 p. m. Studio, record a
4:15 to 4:45 p. m. Service Hour.
to 6 p. jn. ."N wj.
to 5 :30 n. m. Movie Club.
to 7 p. m. NBC. .
7 to U0 p. tn. Studio program.
730 to 8:30 p. m. NBC.
:30 to 1:45 p. m. Amos -n' Andy.
4t to 0 p. m. Musical program,
to 10 D.. m. NBC
11 to 13 midnight Organ recital.
SIS Meters, 940 Keys -
7:40 to S:40 Household Twin.
40 to S:00 Cooking School.
9:00 to 9:30 Organ recital.
9:20 to 10:00 Women' program.
10:00 to 13:00 Town topic.
12:00 Town Topic
12 to 1 Luncheon concert.
to 1:30 Organ.
30 to I Orchestra,
to S :1S Inspirational speaker,
IS to S String: trio program,
to 6 News item and music
to S Orchestra. .
f. to 7 Dinner concert on the Heath-
man hotel nine onran.
T to 7:30 The Benson hotel orches
tra, playing: from the main- outing
room of the Benson hoteL
7:30 to S Orchestra.- -
I to 9 Orchestra and string enseal
ble nrOKTams. -
9 to 10 Vocal program.
10 to 11:10 McKrrojr- Oregeniaas,
254.1 Meters. 11 SO Keys.
7 a. m. Morning Serenaders.
s a. m. Anti-Tardy Time cMcJC
9 a. m. Better Homes Hour.
9:45 a, m. Devotional service.
10 a. m. Studio program.
12 noon World Bookman and
1:05 p. m. Uncle Bobbins
r la stirs.
1:15 p. m. Popular program.
7 p. m. Classical program.
9 p. m. Popular program.
4 p. m. Lrric Hour.
1:15 p. m. Metvtn and Merciful.
A few left for Xmas delivery
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9: SO p. m. Popular program.
10 d. m. Dane nroaTam.
10:10 n. m. Jack and Jill dance band.
11 :30 p. m. Weather and police naw.
379 5 Meter. 790 Keys
I to I i. m. Reveille.
19:30 to 11 : JO a. m. Magasln of tha
11 :30 to 12 noon Phllharmonle
13 to 1 p. m. Rembrandt Trio.
1 to 1:30 r. tn. NBC
1:30 to 3:39 p. m. Pactfla Vaga
bonds. S to 3:30 p. tn. Morning Tabernacl
choir, and organ recital. Salt Lake
3:45 te 4:15 p. m. California Federa
tion ot Women' clubs.
4:15 to 4:46 p. m. Evening Rever
4 :45 to S p. tn. Back of the New.
5 to 6 :15 n. m. Moment Musical.
5:1 to 5:45 p. m. Aunt Betty Kid-
5 :46 to S p. m. News service.
to 7 r. m. NBC
7 to 7:30 p. m. The Eternal Ques
7:30 to 8 p. m. The Empire Build
ers. t to 8:30 p. m. Rudy Selgsr Sym-
8 to 8:45 p. m. Amos 'n' Andy.
S:45 to 9 p. m. The Jolly Rovers,
9 to 10 p. m. NBC.
10 to 11 iv. m. Slumber Hour.
11 to 13 midnight Hotel St Francis
325.9 Meters, 920 Keys
- SEATTLE, WA8HINGTOM
1:5 a. m. Inspirational service.
7 a. m. Making Merry.
s a. ra. Happy Time.
9 a. m. T. M. C. A. health sxerols .
I :l- s m. Organ recital.
10:1 a. m. Perdtn Korsmo, tsnor, !
ana Knen at srsruui. aopraao
1S:10 a. nu NBC
11:30 a. m. Orchestra; Baydcn Mor
IS noon Agrlctiltur farm talk.'
13:15 p. m. "What to Prepare for
13 :30 p. m. Grain, fruit and vegatable
12 :35 p. m. Orchestra ; Fred Lyneh
ana Agnes Bunveat, .
1 p. m. Marr H lake's reetne talk.
1 :15 p. m. Orchestra ; Qreenweod
irtcttii ; mate quartet.
p. m. NBC
m. Mixed vocal ensemble re-1
p. m. Mining stock qdotatlona
4 :1a m. Kiddles oroemm.
4 :45 p. m. Stock, Pond and grata quo
tations. I p. nt. Artistic ensemble with sing-
Loder Bros., 445 Center street,
the Graham-Paige dealers, bare
been annotated the sales and ser
vice represeHtatiYes for Salem of
the new General Motors Day an
A talk with Mr. James I
Loder regarding their entering.
the radio field today bring out
the Information that be was in the
music business for 14 years prior
to hie entering tht automobile)
bnsineea with Paige nine years
Mr. Loder says "one music
gets Into your system yon never
get orer It" and be Is clad of the
opportunity to enter the field
with the Day Pan radio. "We have
been testing out different makes
of radios now for orer six months
and In our opinion the set which
gives us the qualities which we
can, recommend in keeping with
our nign stanaaras or service in
this territory with ' the Graham
Paige automobile was the Day
Fan radio. -
"The things we were looking
for in a radio were first, a tone
quality that was natural covering j
the entire musical scale; second,
a radio which was quality and not
quantity made which would not
require constant servicing to keep
it in operating condition; third,
price and appearance within the
reach of those who appreciate
good music and can afford to pay
a fir price for such results.
"It Is our ambition in this ter
ritory to be able to offer only
quality merchandise which will
help ns build up our 'business and
service back of such merchandise
that will merit the confidence' of
Salem people. We are satisfied we
bare that combination In Graham
Paige automobiles and Day Fan
Star Is Guest
Merle Alcock, contralto of the
Metropolitan Opera company, will
be gnest soloist at the radio
broadcast NBC Monday night be
tween 6:30 and 7:30 over KGW,
Portland; KOMO Seattle; KGQ,
Santa Claus songs In a "North
Pole" concert will be on the air
between 6 and 6:30 p.m. Monday.
In the "Slumber Hour" from
5:41 p. m. Tim's Pep Rally.
In.ffl.til :10 n. m. NBC.
t p. m. Artistic, ensemble : VeOna
7:30 to 9:30 n. m. NBC
10 p. m. Univ. ef Wash. Educ. Hour.
10 M p. m. weed Chain program.
11 p. m. News tl ashes.
11:15 p m. Olympic Hot! dance er-
It to 12:30 a. m. Organ redtaL
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19 to 11. Monday, Max Dolln will
lead an orchestra la the "Prelude
in K Minor" by Rachmaninoff,
Mendelssohn's 'Spinning Song"
and other classical numbers. La
dle Kirtley, soprano and Harold
Spaulding. tenor, will sing.
PLAY SUM US
nAT.T.ASL December 21. The
regular Friday meeting of the
Klwania dab was turned into a
Christmas tartv. each member
bringing a gift to be given to some
child, who would not otnerwise
have a Christmas. Over 40 pres
ents were brought In. dolls, pocket
knives, toys of all sorts and candy
being among the offerings. These
will' be turned over to the special
committee In charge of distribut
ing Christmas cheer.
. Rev. J. A. Smith of the presoy
terian church cave a talk on the
meaning and spirit of Christmas,
and annronriate. music was sung
by Devere Penhollow.
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AMITT. Dec, 11. The Neigh
bors ot Woodcraft lodge held their
regular meeting Monday, Decem
ber 16, In the Woodcraft hall.
An excellent Christmas program
was given. After the program
everyone marched around a beau
tifully decorated tree and picked
up a present which had been put
there earlier in the evening. There
were 45 members present.
Miss Gladys Kuembie was ini
tiated into the lode as sodal
Delicious refreshment were
served at a late hour.
HOME FOR HOLIDAYS
ZENA, Dec 21. Maurice Shep
ard. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph C. Sbepard and a student
of O. S. C. Is at the home of his
parents for the holidays. Maurice
took the leading part in a can
tata given at the First Presby
terian church at Corvallis. .
roMTsmBjr Am laaf.
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How in heck i&
qoinq b shove
inb this sock'
he's going to oet
461 NO. FRONT ST.
No phypical defect
contributes more di
rectly to fatigue and
than faulty eyesight.
Out of the 42,000,000
persons employed in
the United States, 25,
000,000 have defective
vision that handicaps
them in their work.
eyesight is the cause of
50 per cent of all the
automobile accidents in
the United States, ac
cording to reports from
the state of California.
Statistics show that
three out of ten persons
are wearing glasses to
correct faulty eyesight.
Seven out of ten have
uncorrected faulty eye
sight, 90 pef cent of
which is due to defect
90 per cent of all eye
accidents in industrial
life are preventable by
the wearing of protec
tion goggles. Tinted
lenses save the eyes.
Better vision may be
assured to a degree im
possible in any preced
ing period of the
world's history. A
greater appreciation of
the importance of eye
sight implies periodic
In choosing your Op
tometrist let your deci
sion be the result of
good judgment. Opto
metric service should
include a conscientious
quality lens, skilled
workmanship, and the
examination of eyes at
frequent intervals. You
can . instantly realize
why a competent Op
tometrist should be
consulted when you
consider the delicate
operation of the eye.
Co Oatig, Teda?
"We stamps and addressed
Kv gjefct SmvIa. r
W. erf Taw Oie-
essiaoa, Salens. Oregon.