The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oitgi, Tamredar Merging, 4wc S, 1830 PAGE NIKE Ke uzer i Offers Elaborate Graduation Program 5 AT KE1ZER OIST. V e r y Successful Year's Work Finished by Pupils KEIZER. Jane 4 Gradua tion exercises 61 the eighth grade o? Kelzer school were held Wed nesday evening at S" o'clock In the school auditorium. A large and attentive audience listened to the program. The platform was beautifully arranged with a bower of ferns and flowers and. streamers of pink and green. Mts. Beryl Porter, teacher of the seventh and eighth grades was m charge. The program as arranged n- d one heading "Commencement 'at Keizer." MImj Irma Keefer at (the piano played the processional a the class came in. Invocation Hayes Beall. M. E. pastor at Keizer. Presentation ef the class Dor othy Rulifson. Class History La Vaun Gard ner. Class Prophecy Martha Oka da. Class Will Robert McKnlght, Class Poet Harland Keiley. Valedictorian Bobert Bee croft. Address to reventh grade Fred Scott. Reply Boyd Claggett. f Ia9s song "Keep on Hopin " which title is also the class motto. Class colors Pink and green. The presentation of diplomas was made hyCounty Superinten dent Mrs. Mary Fulkerson. Speech of acceptance Adrian tichelberger. The seventh grade presented each one of graduation class with a bouquet and graduation cartf. IHptema Awarded The following students receiv ed their diplomas Robert Beecroft, Robert Me Kuigut, Teausy SetUeraier, Adrl- Eicheleerger, Dorothy RuUf- soa, La Vaun Gardner, Martha Okuda. Warren Poole, Vernal Weathers, Harland Keiley, Fred Scott, George Tersakl and Ruth Melson. Grades Are High Those receiving a grade above 9 in 'the ontgoiag class were Martha Okuda, stood highest, Ro bert Beecroft, Dorothy Rulifson, Tommy Settlemier, La Vera Gard ner. George Terusakl and Rath Mlson. The class average was 91 5-13. The pupils have done very cred l able work fhe past year and graduate with honors. In Mrs. Eva Kelso's room those receiving the highest grades were fi'rh grade Dessie MeClay, Philip (Blake Mary Downey and Margaret Terusakl, the latter- araklny; highest having received A'a dur ing the whole year. From the sixth. Tons Oye and Mary each received one B during Masonic Groups Enjoy Indoor Picnic at Jefferson JEFFERSON, June 4. On ac count of the inclement weather, the joint picnic of the Masonic and Eastern 8tar lodge members which was to take place at Green' bridge Snnday, was carried out at the Masonic hall. 'k Dinner was served in the din ing room, where a large crowd was seated at the tables which fairly groaaed with good things to eat. After dinner a program was enjoyed which opened with a song, "America," by all, follow ed by a reading by Mrs. Delmer Davidson. Other numbers given were a selo by Claudian Roland; dia logue by Delmcr Davidson and Nina Myers. Duet by Claudia Ro land and Genevieve Wied; trio by Claudian Reland, Genevieve Wied and Betty Aupperle. The program closed with a "musical comedy" by Messrs. James John ston, Frank Reeves . and H. D. Mara. Following the program various contests took place and prises were given. A good time was en joyed by alL Those present tram out; of town were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reeves' and eon Hal; Mrs. Del Forge, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shields and son Ray and Miss Hughes, all of Salem. the year, the rest A's. 1 To be on the honor roll in the school the pupils must average B in grade and pass the inspection test of the school nurse. , The following are on the honor roll from Mrs. ' Kelso's room ' ' John Gardner, Mary Downey, Philip Blake. Janet Weeks, Or-1 ail Smith, Blanche Better, Mu riel Bartruff and Archie Gardner. The honor roll pupils in Mrs. Cora Beardsley's room are third grade, Bessie Whang, Lois Ru lifson, Roy Kaneko; fourth grade, Evelyn Melson, Vivian Jones and Eileen Holden. Those having an average A grade are William Rogers, Eileen Holden and Sylvia Claggett. Those who were present every day in third grade were Lois Ru lifson and Sadako Suda and in fourth grade Margaret Addison. Albert Bennett third grader missed one-half day. Harry Fukuda and Eda Kla bunde each missed one day. Those on the honor roll in the primary department under the supervision of Mrs. Charlotte Jones were first grade, Lester Pearmlne and Ruby Whang. . Second grade, Dorothy Jones, Robert Hunt, Jack .Muckridge, Donald Addison and Emma Jane Browning. Those in the first grade who received over 90 during the year were Lois Pierce and Thomas Brantner. In the second grade were Lou ise Doner, Edna Gobert. Emma Jane Browning and Donald Addi son. The seventh grade will finish their finals Friday. Boyd Clag- f ett a seventh grade pupil is on he honor roll for perfect atten dance during the year. CAMPBELL WINNER LOS ANGELES, 'Jane 3. (AP) Frankie Campbell, 179, Saa Francisco, knocked out Tom Kir by. 182. Boston, heavyweight, to night in tb third row ad of a scheduled ten round bout. STAYTON, June The Com munity elan house was e row 44 te capacity Monday evening when Miss Ida . Doerfler presented her advanced piano pupils. Their numbers were very creditable and well received. Cross -Word Puzzle By EUGENE 5HEFFER FT 2 3 W jj 7 9 ,J " I'5 I" E'L- mw 29 ffl, m m& 37 m HTm mw so mr 1 W m IT sT 111 I Ywk I I 1 1 I i "HORIZONTAL. 1 director 6 edible fruit hO Anglo- Saxon seeney ef : account ill turn inside out jlS towards ravefflf bag 117 organ ox : neanag; tS -abtrva If night before a festiTal HI at no tune 23 DCfWCagw 24 member ft mobility 1 title ef respect XT wiftas 18 envoy SO vehicle II mascuttna. . 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Bear et the -school board were in Salesa Tuesday afternoon, transacting basinees for the school. Waldo Riches returned home early Friday morning from Mon mouth Normal for a weekend vis- It at the home of his father S. A, Riches. Friends of E. T. Pierce are glad te know he was able to be at his desk in the Turner State bask Monday, after being absent a month on aoeonnt of illness. Uias Emma Denyer Is visitlsts; in Portland, she accompanied her aunt, Mrs. Emma Frances home last week. AURORA MS FINE PROGRAM Sixteen Granted Diplomas From Eighth Grade Recently AURORA, Jane 4. Sixteen graduate from the eighth grade received diplomas at the com mencement exercises held Thurs day night at the Aurora band halL Twelve of these are from the Aurora district and four are from the Union "hill district The 'following program was given: Music, school orchestra; 'play. "Days Idea," first, second, third and fourth grades; Girls' GIee4 club, "I Passed by Tear Window." canoe aeng; "Dance of the Wood en Shoes," fifth and sixth grades; "Our Hired Girl." Robert Hurst; class song; introducing the class of 1930; class history, George Ehlen; class prophecy. Rata Ann Schneider; valedictory. Frank W li ke rson ; address to graduates, Mr. Gabriel, Can by anion high school; presentation of diplomas,. Arthur Kraus, chairman board of direc tors. Those receiving diplomas were Steven Kraus, Jewel Golyin, Johns Ellexs. Bennie Jeskey. Eleanor Jeakey. Gerald Niblex. Frank WU- keraonEvelyn Knoor. Henry Wur- ster. HOUia Otteway. Walter KeU, Reta Schneider, Carl Schwab, Emma Meussig; George Ehlea, Earl Mehning. GUESTS AT MIDDLE GROVE KEIZER. June 4 Fred S. McCall and children Harold, Don ald and Mary attended the grad nation exercises at Middle Grove which occurred Mar 29. Harold McCall attended thwir school pic nic May SI at t gnest of Clyde- Tloffer, principal of me senooi. Women With Babies On Long Hitchhike JEFFKRSOX. Joee 4. Sunday fereBOoai as Mr. aad Mrs. W. H. Bell were leav lag Jeff ersoa oat their way to attend the baccalawreate service at the Presbyterian rnarth at AJbsay and they were abowt te cross the Sae tiam bridge, they were hail ed by two weaaea (wbe were sisters) ewe carrying a haby less thaa a year old, the oth er a child of f oar years. They carried only ewe amaU eerie, end were dress ed hi evrralls sad sweaters. They had come all the way front Moetana and were bownd for Rosehers; where they said their soother lives. They try to get rides treat ne to we te another, so the Bella toek them to Albany. They said they bad beea very fortaaate la get tag rides from owe town to an other and seemed to be hap py and carefree in their anode of traveling. Brooks Pupils Improve Writing BROOKS. Jane 4 Those who have won Palmer method pen manship honors tn the intermedi ate room of the Brooks puplie school, wader ihe direction of Mies Lets Wallace are as follows: twenty-fire drill buttons were won by Harry Loomls, Arleta Wood, Dorothy Nelson, Marie Bosch, Charles Hess, Frank Tschi da, Sumie Ogura, Eddie Arata. Clara Umemeto, Millie Tschlda, Pearl LaFlemme, Osborn Allison, Lois Larett. Minnie Ogura, Edna LaFlemme, and Everette Meoden- ball. Merrit Buttons were won bv Harry Loo mis. Pearl La Flemme, Eddie Arata, Lois La rett, Charles Hess, Minnie Ogura and Clara Umemoto. Progress pins were awarded to Lois La vett, Charles Hess, Minnie Ogura and Clara Umemoto. Minnio Ogura was awarded a diploma. GERVAIS TO llflVE J0IIHMT1 Grades and High School Will Combine in Com mencement Program GERVAIS. June 4. Graduation exercises for the grade school, dis trict No. 7, will be held Thursday evening io connection with the high school graduation exercises. D. R. Moses is the teacher. Those who will receive diplomas at this time are Eileen and Aline Colby. Roscoe Colby, Homer Wadsworth, Donald Hess, and Merlyn Srpher. Hoxey Borden spent the week end here, as the guest of J. Carl Stewart, athletic coach at the high school. Mr. Borden taught school at Rogue River this year. He plans to visit his parents in Vir ginia this summer. Mr. Borden, Mr. Stewart and the Misses Thel ma Vronon. Margaret Hermann and Ethel Martin drove to Sea side Sunday. Sunday dinner gnests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Bierward were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Yaaderbeck and daughter, Dorothy May; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vanderbeck and daughter. Norma Jean; -Mrs. A. L. Halberg and Miss F. Rahn. all of Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jelderks of Mission Bottom. Mis. Mattie Sigfrlt of San Diege. Calif., arrived Sunday on a sur prise visit to her sister. Mrs. Wm. Allsup and other relatives. Mrs. B.,A. Manning called oa her brother-in-law, F. A. Man gold, Saturday. Mrs. Manning is also an aunt of G J. Molsan. Mrs. T. G. Wadsworth returned Sunday from Kingfisher, Ok la., where she had been for several weeks with her mother, who has been Quite ill. Her mother is new raueh improved. Mrs. Emma Rome and Miss Martha Reynolds with their moth er, Mrs. Reynolds all of Port land; and Mr. ana Mrs. Patter son and Mrs. Brown, all of Dai- Sno Falls in Mountains Above htUl Gty Camp MEHAMA, Jane eral men from Mehama, who are employed at Camp 36, above Mill City report a snow fall there Monday. They say it was much more like March 2 than Jane a. las, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ellsworth and Mrs. Louise Lambert so a Decoration day. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Manning and Fred Ferschweiler drove to Port land Wednesday evening to attend the graduation exercises of the Portland School of Technology. Donald Manning was a member of the class. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. CuUforth and son and daughter attended graduation exercises at Canby on Wednesday evening when their aephew and cousin. Glen Cuts forth, was a member of the class. Harry and Albert Horning of LaCenter, Wash., spent the week end at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Horning. J. E. Cutsforth, carrier on route S, is taking a part of his annual vacation at this time, and Ted Nibler Is carrying the route dur ing his absence. Mr. Cutsforth has Just purchased a new car and is breaking it In during his vacation. Mrs. E. P. Stockton was a busi ness visitor in Salem Monday. Mrs. Stocktoa does not get to Salem very often and she admired the beauty of the city, and especially the roses. Mil IS PINK PUKED Commencement Activities of High School to Be Numerous . ATTKXD BOAT RACES STAYTON, June 4 J. U. Mayo and family attended the motor boat races at Salem Sunday. J. U. has a boat which was built by former Stayton residents, R. D. and Jean Hope, that attracted a good deal of attention. W. H. Cameron, manager of the National Safety council. Chi cago, dally walks from his home in Eranston to his office in Chi cago, a distance of 10 miles. INDEPENDENCE. June 4 Graduating exercises for the. In dependence high school will be a follows. Baccalaureate will be held In the Presbyterian church June 8 at S o'clock. Rev. E. G. Ranton will deliver the message. The class night program will be given by the seniors, at the train ing school auditorium, Wednes day, June 11 at 8 o'clock. The school picnic will be Thursday, June IS. The commencement exercises will be given is the training au ditorium Friday. Jane IS, -at 8 o'clock. Roy K. Hewitt, dean of law at the Willamette university, will give the address. Members of the graduating class of 1930 are: Naoma J. Hew itt, Marie Raffety. WUlard Slo per, Gladys M. Murphy, Edwin D. Harding, Beulah B. Ilargen, Mar Jorie Wunder, Agnes simlngton, Joseph N. Hershberger, George B, Murphy, Louis B. Hershberger, Wyma L. Troxel, John E. Sparks, Elnora L. Parvlne. Wesley R. White, Bernlce H. Ceyree, Glen na R. Hiltibrand. Vincent John soa, Lynn P. Cook. Celesta Q. Catabert. William F. Mctfkl ow ner, Dorothy V. Edge, Llda M. Hanna, Geneva E. Braxlisg and Verla Massie. The class motto is "Deeds' Not Dreams." Class colors are silver and pastel green. Class flower, Cecil Bruener rose. MOTTS ARE GUESTS NORTH HOWELL. June 4 Mr. and Mrs. James Mott of Salesa and family were calling oa friends la this community last Sunday. MICKEY MOUSE A Hiffh Hat Delivery" By IWERKS MtCWEt PLEASE PONT BE. SO OOU6H WITH UK.FX. TBV AND BE HCfcTO WCQ! 1 I iriAT! II nr 1 ur IMC WALK 1 X. jH' Wa(a 4. sHaMa Cfvsrt 9rtaM fegaVIt Waffaw4fc CUXSt.MPS.COW, WILL voo N-JtVV L. V CNOi COWS rcc JAm. . r f ) V N MINNIE AND t OOmt NOTHING ToM 1 TgV W9 U J "POLLY AND HER PALS" "Exit, The Ole Swimmin Home By CLIFF 5TERRETT UKJ8eARA8lfe I 'rV n r m, f BUT COnISCDER THfe f pyppjcKUV P FSoiirt VeW TUS.. WftsfwiZ V) FOR VtXJTO I K 03MiNk3 DSDAYS. i UoDMIWl PUJMSeRfJ r M iNt ( TiMfc est OCClirVTHe- flPURS WiTM A SPARKLE ) 3pE Jzr- fp" I T OF feJTERS? A S EvACK ; ZfZZ I f MA'AM. MBB OrJBj TlUL. 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