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The OREGON ' STATESMAN. Salem. Oregon, Sunday Morning, February 3, 1930
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TALK OH RADIO
S. Parkes Cadman Will Also
Speak as Part of Sun
Rtationa and Wave-Lemrth
KGW, Portland, 483. meters;
It 9.(1 ktva.
KGO, Oakland, 179. 5 meters;
KOMO, Seattle, 30S.1 meters;
KEX, Portland, ti.l meters;
An error was mad -in yester
Aftv'a naier ia announcing for
Saturday radio events for Sunday
Dr. Daniel A. Poling of We Na
tional Youth conference will
speak during the regular Sunday
limir over KGW from 12 to 1
o'clock and Dr. S. Parkes Cadman
will sneak during the hour from
1 to 2. Dr. Poling will speak on
Lincoln's Spiritual Leadership'
and Dr. Cadman on Washington
lrom 11 to 12 KGW will
broadcast a Portland church ser
The afternoon Sunday concert
will be from 2:30 to 3:30 with
Annabelle Rose, contralto as so
loist. It may be heard over KGO,
Oakland, and KOMO, Seattle.
Two noted Russian singers and
a renowned English orchestra
conductor will be heard in a loint
concert when Nina Koshets, so
prano, George Cehanovsky, bari
tone, and Eugene Goossens ap
pear as guest artists tonight from
6:15 in 7:15 o clock.
Miss Koshetz, whose voice has
been acclaimed by critics as ex
ceptionally beautiful, is a native
of Moscow. Her father was a
leading tenor in the Imperial Op
era. The most illustrious teachers
of Russia and France instructed
her in voice and piano. She ap
peared In the Imperial Opera In
numerous performances and then
came to America following the
Russian revolution. While with
the Chicago Opera company Miss
Koshetz created the role of Fata
Morgana in Prokofieff's opera.
"The Love of Three - Oranges."
She has also been heard several
time with the Philadelphia or
Cehanovskv is a voung member
of the Metropolitan Opera com
Danv. where he has been pinging
since 1296. During the World
War h had served as lietifenant
commander of one of the Russian
- Czar's tornedo boats. Today he
U considered one of the most ver
sacile artists in grand opera
One of the most distinguished
cf the younger British conduc
HrtfrtSoossens is also a composer
of great ability, in America,
whence he came alter serving as
conductor of several of the- lead-
ine English orchestras. Gossens
is known throughout the country
as director of the Rochester Phil
harmonic orchestra and guest
conductor of the Boston. New
York, Philadelphia and Holly
wood Bowl Symphony orchestras.
The- program for the concert is
marked by diversity, with the gay
Spanish song Clavelitos." among
Miss Koshetz's offering, the ap
pealing "Vision Fugitive" from
"Herodlade" as a baritone solo.
and famed Wagner and Debussy
compositions among the lour or
Orchestra March. "Antar".
Soprano Solos a. Cherry Tree,
b. Songs My Mother Taught Me.,
Dvorak, c. Clavelitos, Valverde.
Orchestra Valse de Concert,
Baritone solos a. Lolita. b.
Vision Fugitive'" Hercdiade",
Soprano Solos a. Over the
Stennes. Borodin.- b. Vocalise. &
Baritone Solos a
Hymn. b. By the Sea.
Orchestra The Afternoon of a
Soprano and Baritone Duet
Vanka and Tanka.
Orchestra Overture "The
' Flying Dutchman", Wagner.
Pacific coast stations releasing
this NBC System broadcast are
KHO. Rnokane: KOMO. Seattle:
KGW, Portland; KPO San "Fran
cisco, and KFI. .Los Angeles.
DAYTON. !. 8 RnWt Oln.
namon, who was reported badly
Injured last Tuesday, is getting
along as well as can be expected.
auuuuga nis leg is hoi in urea
quite as badly as first reported if
is badly crashed from the knee
down. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cin
namon,' a brother of the injured
man, drove down from Seattle
io oe wim mm.
Mrs. Annie Wester field of
Bremerton, Wash., is spending
some time visiting friends and
relatives here. Mrs. Westerfield
left Wednesday for Junction City
to SDend a few Aavn with frUnH.
before leaving for her home in
Mr. anil lin Prl Ttclmnrlntr
and two sons, Carl, Jr., and Don
inanes oi Toieoo, Oregon, are
visiting a few days this, week at
tne nomes of bis two sisters,
Mrs. Harry Sherman and Mrs. Os
A baby boy was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Sherman Miller Janu
ary. 28. 1930. The Millers reside
n tne t'leasantdale neighborhood.
Cards are Ant innnnnotir the
birth nt a inn In Mr and Mr
Winnie MtDongall on January
4i, i3v. lie is to oe anown as
Arlnnrl TWituav Mnniivall TIia
McDouralta Are snendinc the
winter in Ventura, California,
with Mr. Meuougaiis sister, who
resides mere, ana win De return
ing to their farm east of Dayton
in the near future.
Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Johnson
and family have purchased a
home in Dayton across tne street
from the Baptist church recently
owned by Karl ruaa.
crowd was in attendance. Mr.
Bell, a student pastor of Salem,
preached the sermon.
There has been no clue as to
the identitT of the nrowlera who
broke into the Oak Point school
and stole a set of encyclopedias
besides all the food that was In
store for hot luncbes. -
The choir nracticed at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Zile last
Harry Walker, cf Canada, who
has been spending the winter
with hi. narenta. Mr. . and Mrs.
John Walker is leaving soon for a
trip to California before returning
Mrs Whinnle who fell during
the recent snow storm and broke
two ribs is able to be about. -
MONMOUTH, Feb. 8 : The
Odd Fellows Building company of
Monmouth held an annual meet
ing and election of officers Fri
day evening. W: R. Graham,
president; Ed Rogers and D. R.
Riddeil, directors; R. B. Swenlon,
secretary-treasurer, were all re
elected. Stocks already issued
has reached the sum of $9,000, so
it was voted to discontinue issu
ance of stock as dividends, but al
low stockholders who have a cre
dit of dividends to buy outright
the completion of sueb shares.
Dallas High to
Close First Term
During the Week
DALLAS, Feb. S. The mid
year finals .at Dallas tigb will
start next Tuesday, Feb. 11. There
will be school Monday, but after
that only those who have to take
the finals will have U attend
school. The finals this year are
coming late on account of the
lata .tart last falL School Will be
lin session here until about June
The second term will start Mon
day, Feb. 17. The first day the
classes will be shortened and will
nrrnnt th mornin periods.
The term will really begin Tues
day, February 18. when tne reg
nlar classes witr start again. -So
far in debate Dallas high
has only acored nine points this
year. She won one debate unani
mously for four points, won an
other two to one for three points
and received one point each in two
debates she lost two to one.
By carrier you should receive
your copy of The Statesman not
later than :30. We guarantee
SUMMIT HILL. Feb. 8 Mar
garet Shifferer spent the week
end with her friend La Verne
Whitehead at Turner.
Sandford Norris came home
from Kings Valley where he has
been employed in the mill. Work
Is closed down on account of
needed repairs caused by the
freezing of pipes.
Will Shifferer met with a very
painful accident recently. While
unloading baled bay, a bale fell,
striking his shoulder, dislocating
It. His brother John, a Word war
veteran, used bis knowledge ac
quired there and his shoulder was
soon in place without the assist
ance of a doctor. .
Several ladies from this com
munity attended the W. C. T. U.
meeting on Wednesday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Frank Cook.
The meeting was a very interest
The day was spent quilting, in
termingled with conversation,
condemning Mayor Livesley's at
titude toward the return of beer
gT F. Booth returned from
Portland where he has spent sev
eral days on business.
The patrons of the telephone
company are well pleased with
the improved service. Ben Whip
per and Louie Hennese took the
contract to repair the line and
their work has been most satis
factory. The freezing caused the roads
in this locality to be very bad.
but we see our efficient road
commissioner. Carl Whipper, at
work and they will soon be' back
Mrs. Florence Schafer end son
of Portland are spending some
time with Mrs. Schaefer's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morris.
GUESTS AT DAYTON
DAYTON, Feb. 8 Mr. and
Mrs. Delbert Taggart are spend
ing the winter with Mrs. Tag- "
gart's sister. Miss Lena Stilwell,
also with their son Max who is
attending O. S. C. at Corvallis.
Mr. and Mrs. Taggart have dls-
posed of their hardware store in
Ontario, Oregon and after their
visit with numerous friends and i
relatives here they will return to
thelr farm home near Ontario.
Mr. Taggart has been in business
there for the past twenty years r
OAK POINT. Feb. 8. Church
and Sunday school was resumed
last Sunday for the first time
since the snow and quite a large
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ROSEDALE. Feb. 8. Mrs. : A.
J. Haldy visited ber parent in
Portland the firat of the week.
1 O. : D. Needham, roadmaster is
busy working on the roads in the
witrn nart of the district.
Th Ladies' Missionary society
spent a very pleasant afternoon
at the home of Mrs. n. n. smun
Wednesday. The time was spent in
nwtn a comfort ton to be given
to the Salvation Army. The next
meeting will be with Mrs. Albert
-ntM. February 19.
Albert Cammack motored to
Portland Sunday evening with re
turning students. He reiurnea on
f.n fvnorranhical errors last
week made two news items rather
unintelligible. It was concerning
Mrs. Davis who lives on the Gard
p nlaee and Mr. and Mrs. Grubbe
An Rlinsten nlace. 1
Paul Cammackr fi -.ished his
t thA Salem high school
January 31 and is at home this
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