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The OREGON STATESMAN,
Saturday Morning, June 7, 1930
Diplomas Received by Salevn High Seniors at Exercises
BY CI IS
Urges Graduates to Pick
Out Goal, Fit Selves
George Reynolds Alien. CtiarlM How
ard Al'.eT, Anna May Al-man. Barbara
Amea, G.-rald Howard A mot. Friti An
uu, Gilbert Andenoo, Vm Leo a An-
. T .. . . T l . I . I L' ; . . V. .f I.
i it It. VVB iwua i ill a
Aiptnwai:, Richird Merrill Baker, Bar
bara Lt-ona Barnaul, iiw.no J. Barnaul,
Lar Cora Barham. Ma Martarst Bar
trut, Ruth Eiaia Bnumfrartner. Katarya
Alira bearaley. Eva Loo it a BeckJcy,
'reorge Iteit. Vivian Virginia Bonner,
Frederick Kugeaa Blatafar4, Harlaa
(Tair Bo ill. Art bar Charlaa Bwaeaaa.
rioreare Eiselia Borgerscm, Jnanita Oraa
Bareorson, Addie Laeilla Borthwick, Gor
don Beaaett Bowaea, William Edgar
Kawae. Elrtatwttb Kola'ia Bojlan, Harriet
Kana Bricham, Caeil A. Brack. Lasrrcaea
slson Brown, Marraroi Martha Baraa.
KawarJ Frederick Barrel!. Varooa Clif
ford Baabnell. Paul Caavmack. Lewis
Pattaraoa CamphaU, Kenneth Ellaworta
Cai.noT, Frad Woodrtae Canniest, Paul
( roia Carpenter. Lather Leroy Cha
ain. Margaret Kay Caapin.
Elizabeth Cheahira, Frank Elmer
I Child. Helen Robeeea Quids, Ada Maria
X long file of seniors, each
clasping the diploma -which sym
bolizes the end of four long years
of toil and study not unmixed
with many festivities,, yesterday
passed down the aisle Of the FOX ciark, ' Edita Clemant, Letter' LeRoT Ool
Klsinore and Out Into Salem's ean, Ere'.ya ataxia Cobora. EHrabeth
wide streets. With them went in- j Lacin. Cook. Jtiiford c" Mil-
v. n, i , vi-v. ui.l- ited Crab tree, Iaxall Ora Craa. Mwm
to history the local high school t, (-MTtiH Crow, Hollie Howard Cram. Era
24tb annual Commencement, aS.lrE Gertrude CammiDga. Dorthy raaliaa
dirnlfied an occasion as has n:k, Faye Daltoa. Nsaey Joette Dawn.
t.iarked the end and beginning of j
any of the generati9ns
N'ora lreaa DaTiaaan. Phyllis Kathlene
Isy, MelTa Ortrcde DeEor. rraneea
F.rle Decker. Ko&a EHea Difkinaon. Ellia
1 ('hariea Doan. Darid Granger Drager, Jr.,
' , r T W . I . T)ta
The address to the Clas was ibaa. ajaa Earle. aXsri. Hilda EU
given by C. A. Howard, Stale SU- . Strom. Jimmie Eatmett. Geaaeieve Mae
perlntendent. Picking from the , Kmmooa. Harjarel Juana EngeJ.
lives of his own high school asao- ?nS"- uJ?JL
1- 7 ,,..,j j (walteth Enekson. Daeid Eyre. Kobart Earla
ctates, Mr. Howard pointed the f Rnth Korina yirK R,jph wataoa
student to engage in that pursuit ! ni sieger. Jane Ethel Fttxpatriek, Kat V
and lit work to Which their na-ln Fitipatritk Wilda Alene FWner.
.tare fitted them, cautioning them jJtl'wJV
not to become satisfied thUo ear- j,.r Qt,i,dorf. Mildred Ollia Gardaer. Bua
lv in their lives with the educa- k.ll Gardner. Robert I. Gsrrett. Caeiter
t'ional equipmenfwith which they "TV-iu' F1T
arBio iuc me wo..u. , Marxn.rite Glai.yer. Bat. Lee
"Each OB Of yOU, JiO fulfill j OodaeT. Arlhnr Goldtn, Homer L. Gott
JOnr greatest ambition in life. lt. Jr.. Katherine Age Gonlet. Jowrah
Lust have a predetermined des-ljJ'cS?.
tlnation worthy Of your most ear- j Rolaad L. Hardman, Daniel J. Hardy,
nei eiiorts, ana t-nen
n must you Na!me Helen Hargin. Donna Ktomi Har
that drivine , a- sr,h1 Irn Hrrion. E11'" L"',1
claim that the suit was aoogfct by
attorseys who vteieaea large xees
without SBfneleat prospect ol
befiellt to the parties see ting to
recover the property.
Indelible Impressions of
Journeys in France is
(Continued from Pac J.)
of hundreds of French war moth
ers. In black, who stood on the
dock silently weeping as they
drew up in a tender at Cherbourg.
"It was a simple thing," she
said. "There was nothing official
about it at all. They just stood
there waiting for na tears in
their eyes, holding out their hands.
Efut we didn't need to talk.
"There was a band and as we
approached the dock it was play
ing the Marseillaise. I said to my
self, "if it plas the Star Spangled
Banner, I shall cry.' It did and the
tears eante but then I felt bet
ter." Mrs. William H. Sidells. New
berry, Fla., who sent a telegram
to President Hoover today, be
cause she wanted him to know
how grateful she and the others
felt, said it was the beauty of the
cemetery in which her son is bur
ied that touched her most.
All but one of those who went
over in the first unit, returned
derelop in yourselves that driving
power that will carry you through
to the greatest achievement," Mr.
Howard told tho clas.
hchoola Not AUe
To Do AH, Warning
' Schools are not yet doing all
tkat is to be desired la helping
the young boy or girl Choose tha i Leslie Joknsioa. Walter Jhnatoa. Slvina
proper desUna in the wort. SS?
the State superintendent declared. (Kemp. Norri Cnrtiss Kemp, Robert Her-
aidinr that leaden am f Mllrtz 1 wt Kandeil.
rordree lorothv ami. .loaepn jerofe
Ring. Jr.. Staslay Edward King. Keaneth
Darotny Leiie aieepotag.
Haa-ler. Fred Heinke. Uargaret HeKiel,
Kllea KathrTn Hem-nway. Anne Loetle
Hixaoa. Rathita Hoffnell. Robert Hotla
day, Grace Xliaabeth Holm an. Claude Oi
cr Hooka, Frank WlUlnra Hooper. WH
Ur Hnmscbnch, Virgtaia Lauie Haartan,
Buth Maarlne Howe. Gwendolyn Hub
hard. C-aorCa Wallace Hug. Georgia Eve
lyn Hunt. Glen Hoston. Parlow Eben
Jahnsoo. Jnatea Marray Johasran. Kaua
their way along those ground and
nope eventually to do a better job
of aasistlng la this all-rmportaat
Lanra Mae Kmnzli. Martha Leaiea Kim
lr. Harold A. Ieeper. Margy Leni,
(ln.rw William l.einpi t. Bvron Li 1 lie.
Of the 275 diplomas prepared 1 Williaia Joep Lindatram. ' DeUa Bae
fr the class, 16 were unclaimed
after the group had filed across
the stage to receive them from
Lock. Jane: May MeADM-tar. Kath Ann
McAllicior. Edward Clair MeOandUah.
Xarearet El lea McCarty. Edward Jaatea
MoClanghry, Ssmnel Bruce McClintic,
the hands of George W. Hug, city 1 cok ireOootsi. Hl McEiroy.
Bhnnl iiMrintatKiont Htenneth Victor MaeKenne. Kay Llwood
BCDOOt superintendent. iMcKey. Ida Edith MeXeill. Harold D.
Sa Villa Phelps, class Valedictor- IMaaaey. Vehmia Harria May. Remigio
!ta' Kwe, "lf lDg, I RoMilG "regy:rk.nroe Mia-
thoughtful inspirational talk, ad-1 turn. Rath Mitchell, Helen Ealia Miie,
monishillg her classmates not to ! Wallace Leonard Moaaan, Dorothy Kaa
forget, as the, stepped into the j
bigger and broader fields, the J Drfrla Keyworth KaWarkiaer, John Ka
beailtr Of exitenri and tha iarl-' knda Lilv Nelaoa. Hniea Anna Olaan.
ODniPnt of soul MTo Wilbur Osfenaan, Harriet AfleUide
The violin solo played by Jeaa
ette Scott, class representative
elected by the faculty, was parti
cularly well received. Other mu
sical anmbers iucloded a piano so
lo by Elizabeth Boylaa, two songs
by the girls' suartet and two
Bangs by the boys' double quar- land. Blanch Uaiitn Soeca. Reginald
T.ietoa Dwieht Pamsh. h
LilKaa Pate, Granrflle Garhret Perkins.
Leon Parry, Harold Peraey, Jaaa K-
Rote Lenore Petertoa, Saeilla Fherpg,
rprke Maria Pickens. Caarlea Barter
Pomcray, F.tnacline Porter. Jnanita Floy
Powell. Melein Gordon PToyip Merle Ed-
aar Praett. Arte Leater Fog. Helea
Rilnh. Helen Lucila Rand. Wisifrrd
Hardwick Beex. Arthur Alfred Kehb.
Ker D J Hnw-o eh with . kui 1 Mary Frances Reld. Edaar B. BKa, Aa
itev. il. J. HOwe, eacll with a child arcy Irene Repine. Hclcu Alice Rex. La
in tne class, gave the invwation UlU Ruth Rayiwlda. Harold M. Rhotea.
and benediCtioa,j3tf)ectively Lawrenve A. Rich. Florenca OiiTe Ritehte,
I lass Awards AieT ' i Sr Lolita Irene Bobta-
, . . ... j soa Lortta Ileae Rntnaeea. Alice Badgera.
ITosented by Wolf ! Sertrad Alice Roaaicka. Haael Koenicke.
Class awards were made bv I t-rothy Eva Rogen. Ancabella Lee Bo
Trincipal Fred V.'olf as follows- ! '. Iryee reae Ross.
Vre 7tHn. ii lOliOwa. . j. , Ksthryn Ella Dorii Rowe,
Fred Zieilnski. gold watch given SMh ftadia. Gratia OayaetJa Rnn-
IO most efllcient industrial art&Uel. Paart I.acile Sampson. Agnes R. Saa-
etuaent by Dr. W. B. Morse and
Hartmaa brothers; Liatoo Par
rish. first and Mary White. ac-
ona liuu attainment awards of
115 and 10 cash given by Paul
Wallace; Esther Spiers, highest
scholar in American history test,
55 given by American Legion anx
iliaty; George Sugai, Joseph H.
Albert award to member of claas
fchowing greatest self-develop--
ment and class usefulness..
Members ot the graduating
clasa listed on the official pro-
LAST TIMES TO-DAY
difer. Fleda Jf. Barter, Delpba Eleanor
avig. Dainliiaa r.Uan Bavagt, Hagoa
leat ScbmMt, Victaris Marv Anna
Scb&eider. Esther Krelja Scott. Jean
aette Mary Scott, Marlon AHce Shaw,
Darvthe Jaaaaie 8bcpaerd. Mary Aaa
Sheri JaB, Mildred Marie 6imjnciaa, Jokn
Siacko, IlaiPD Catherine St inner. Atalrn
Elirabctb gmith. Engene Chapman
Smith, Verla MaraxiareUa Saiitb, Yvonne
iTarie Smith, Eatkar Eudora Spiers, Eli
tabetk LucUle &U trait, Kayaioad Stxy-
HflLHEUR BILL tS
(Continued from Page 1.)
elude such- a Controversy and It
is doubtful to say the least,
whether such jurisdiction would
be constitutionally conferred up
on the district courts by tais act."
Another objection transmitted
to the house lay in the contention
thai it turned "over to the state
the initiative and eonduet of liti
gation involving water rights and
public lands in which, the United
States is interested."
The ruling cited that the su
preme conrt lias jurisdiction, to
entertain a suit by the govern
ment against Oregon to try the
title to the beds of the lakes and
to determine whether' they ace
navigable and whether the title
passed to the state upon its ad
mission to the union.
The bill which President Hoo
ver vetoed Friday was the subject
of a resolution which occasioned
bitter controversy in the 192S leg
islative session here.
Opposition to the resolution
here was attributed to a lobby of
power interests, but the oppon
ents on the floor of the legisla
ture based their arguments on a
ker. George Kintaro Sagal, Raymond
Suing, Marjorie Ethel Taylor, Mildred
Bea HUao Ternaaki. Maria Martarat
Thatcher. Evelya Kaa Thoaaas. Gertrude
Klinora Thornton, Don Mae Travr. Pan!
Janea Tyler, Richard Heary Upjohn,
Margaret Aaa Wagner, SeJke W tana be,
Shifajkoba Gtrg Wataoabe, Wayns
Weeks. Karl Edwia "Weisaer. Tern Wells,
arancia weitn. vtarenee Taeaaora West,
Merlea Wneeler. Tera Laaiae Wkeler.
Mary Margaret White, Margaret Ruth WU-
inn, KulD inKclman, Gertrode Virginia
Winalow. Helen Evelvn Winalnw. Kamaa
Keith Winalow, Loia Kaoaai Wirt. Waiter
Woods. Clarence Vilaa Woolsry, Rieaaar
Fay Wright. Lawrence FJmer Tarnea,
i reaertrc Btetse zieaaskL
Utia first Ellaor Glj-
movietone drama of
men with 'it
Comedy "Sleeping Co tic"
"News" - "FabW
SUN. - MON. - TUES.
SHOW IS HERE
Jack Oakle PoUy Walker
and 100 Others
eeflrga . . lawghs. . .
girls . . tst graard
fir OLIVE M. DOAS
Today and Sunday
Whraer of bteraaUaual Daace
Trrphfte, aaaiste by IVAN MJTT
MAN, ataa gpagtine, laoh Obear
tudk aai THE TCXGHT JUBUXB
An Eatkrely New Dane Creati
"FROM THE CLASSIC TO
FRED LIGHTNEB, with
-BOW AM 1 POIKGT
Lamgb. IadUsrs saf Maatoal TBstauat
Reynolds and White
Waste aad How
AND I1IS SCAL
A auawawl that doea ererythlnc--evea
talks. Has startle atlentists
will amase you!
on ouk urora scnaa
wita au iw i mi riar-
" s J ues. plots. Its losa.
jS?t lt hopes, its
T6 i Jy I despairs and Its
V"r Vj gains.
STAXTS MOXOAY Margym aaTJOac; fas "8AU.T
Today"Wall Street" and
R. K. O. Orpheum.
Today "Caught Short"
.and Fanchon and Marco.
Today "Half Way to
Today "Such Men are
R. K. O. orpheum at Bligh's
Capitol beginning today offers a
novelty In the way of stago show;
according to advance information.
The novelty Is a trained seal,
Charlie by same, who dances,
sings, and otherwise performs to
the amusement of his audience.-
Ray Ruling, hit, trainer, stoutly
avers that the seal has as good a
time entertaining his audience as
the audleace has being entertained.
In addition to the seal star
there Is Ledova, who headlines
the dancing- numbers for B. EL O.
today and tomorrow. A musical
act of music and hokum will be
given by Fred Reynolds and Allie
And a person Interesting be
cause he is himself and because
he Is Winnie Lightner's brother
is Fred Lightner who with Ros-
cella will offer what is promised
to be an "uproarious" comedy. If
ho is avythiag like Winnie It will
be that and more.
'Good Fellows" will Tm at the
Fox Elainore this weekend and
from What W know -of "srnod
fellows" this bill should be real
entertainment. First there la
mole chorus which sings such
songs as "Old Heidelberg song
"StelB Stone-." Hlnr inn Rfrmor
Sing" and manr more which hold
the khtd of harmony that fits
male voices admirably. Bud Aver
ill leads this choraa.
For SDice there is Harrison and
Elma, blackface comedians, In a
uae.ee chatter and dancing that
is heralded as -"coarnhdvo;" and
then there Is Helon Ttiirk in u
syncopated dancing, and Lucille
Page, beautiful, a hia-h Triekar and
acrobatic dancer. All told
At Stake Today
TULSA. Okla.. June 6 f API
Two feminine wizards of mid-
western links, Mrs. Dorothy Klots
rardue, Sioux City, Iowa, and
Mrs. Hulbert S. Clarke, Oklaho
ma City, will meet In a 88 hnn
match Ter the tricky Tulsa Coun
try- club course here tomorrow for
the championship of the Wom
en's trans-MlssissiDDl Golf
PLEA FOB RELEASE
LOS ANGELES. June 6 (AP)
Alexander T. Pantages, malti-
miilianAiro theatre owaer. was re
leased from county Jaail today un
der f lfto.oee bond. He had been
held ia custody since octoper
nnciina decision on hia appeal
from a on to fifty year peniten
tiary sentence for criminal as
Pantarea wnn in the state su
preme court today the fight he
has waged since December for re
lease on bond in order that he
might obtain expert medfcal c,are
for a heart ailment, recurrent attack-
of which had eansed hia con
finement in the jail hospital tor
The high court ruled the man's
Ufa waa endancered bv hia con
finement, after considering evi
dence presented at three hearings
in th superior court at wmcn
Pantages tailed to win temporary
at 7:15; business girls open
swim. Wednesday night at 8:00
Girls beginners, Wednesday
or Thursday at 2 o'clock; gram
mar school girls (I to 11), Wed
nesday or Thursday at 1:65: Jun
ior high. Wednesday and Thurs
day at 3:40; Junior life saving,
Wednesday at 4:30 o'clock.
SCHEDULE III USE
The summer swimming- sched-
nle for all classes at the T. M. C.
A. will be effective Monday and In
cludes the following:
Men bnsiness men, Monday
and Friday at 5:30 o'clock:
young men .Monday and Thursday
8:00 o'clock; social swim, maay
at S o'clock: senior life saving,
Thursday at 8:30.
Bova b agtnnera. Monday.
Tuesday and Friday at 1:30; ca
dets ( and 10), Monday. Tues
day, Friday and Saturday at 2:15;
preps (11 and IS). Monday,
Taeeday, Friday and Saturday at
3:16; junior high, same tour aays
at 3:55; high school, same four
dava at 4:50; older employed
boys, same days at 7:00; news-
hoys, Saturday from 7 to 8 o clock.
Women beginners, Wednesday
and Thursday morning at 9:45:
matrons, same mornings at 10:
S0; beginners, Wednesday night
EXIEHI OE m
(Continued from page 1.)
and Coke company for the con
struction of gas mains through
city streets. The gas line will tap
the main trunk line or tne com-
paay at Corrals and will pass
through Mount Angel, according
to company officials.
The Silverton franchise, which
wa passed unanimously by mem
bers or the council, proviaes mat
afrk must begin an the project
within 120 days, and that, unless
some unavoidable delay is occa
sioned, it must be completed by
January 1. 1931. It is reported
that a branch office, with a fuH
time service- man, will be estab
lished at Silverton after comple
tion of the mains.
A Mr, Leavens, representing
the gas company, appeared before
the council on nday, and said
that, should the firm accept the
terms of the contract, work will
begin as soon. as materials could
be assembled. " Pipe has already
been ordered from eastern mills,
and will probably arrive about
Farmer Is Slain
In Shotgun Duel
ELIDA. N. M.. June 9. (AP)
Lying five hours on the open
nrairiA with three shotgun
wounds, J. J. Sanders, ranchman,
waa finally taken to his home
hre he died today. J. T. Jett,
a neighbor, also a prominent
ranchman and Hereford breeder.
was taken into custody. The
ahootlne waa said to bare fol
lowed an altercation between the
men Thursday over strayed stock
Hrr The Rraaam.n T.r.f- wmt
- nvam 4. V s, VS TW VU
on your vacation. Two weeks by
mall to any address 25 cents.
HOME OF 25c TALKIES
LAST TIMES TODAY
SpeoLU Mtdsey Mouse Matinee Saturday 1:30 F. M.
TOTJ1X LOVE HTM MOSS THAN EVER IN THIS
Meet the New Girl -Friend
of America's Boy-Frtend
(Continued from Paga 1.)
in the state and $5,000,000 is
spent annually in wages and ma
terial. Most of this money is
spent la the respective communi
ties in which the laundries are' located.
Other speakers oa yesterday's
program were: Rev. w. Eaci
Cochran of Salem who gave the
invocation; Mayor T. A. Livesley,
who extended welcome to the vis
itors; Glen Fabrick of Medford
whb responded to the welcome
and later gave a talk on adver
tising: Percy G. Allen of Portland
who related the association's ac
complishments in the past 10
years R. J. Hendricks of the cost
accounting department, L. N. A.
Ralph Gilbert gave a paper as did
also R. H. Windishar of Salem.
Motion pictures of laundries
and owners from all over the state
taken by officers who toured the
state some time ago were shown
Kirk Towlands; 12, Lad been
swimming in back water of the
river a mile and a half from here.
Stanton and Van Amburgh were
preparing to return home ant
the two younger boy3 were rowing
oa a raft. Clausnitzer told them
to wait and he would go with
them. He dived into the water,
but soon called for help.
Stantcn, known as a good swim
mer, wa3 first to reach the strick
en lad. Clausnitzer seized him
and both sank in 15 feet of water.
Van Amburgh made several at
tempts to find the bodies by div
ing but was unsuccessful. He
dressed and ran the mile and a
half to this plac to get aid. The
bodies were recovered an hour
SCOUT LOSES LIFE
IN RESCUE EFFORT
NEWPORT, Wash.. June 6
(A? j Stanley Stanton, a I4"year
old Boy Scout, drowned in the
Pend Oreille river in a vain at
tempt to rescue Emil Clausnitzer,
12, with whom he bad been swim
Stanton and Clausnitzer, with
Robert Van Amburgh, 14 and
Sunday and Monday
Noted Editor Is
Dead at 35 of
NEW YORK. Jim: 6 'AP
G. D. Eaton, founder and editor
of the Magazine Tlain Ttalt. died
tonight in St. Marks hospital of
heart disease. He w:3 aboit 35
Since he left the I'i.i vt-rsit y of
Michigan during the World War
Eaton has been active in news
paper and literary woik. riu in 5
the last three years, siace Hain
Talk was founded, he devoted
himself to the magazine. Earlier
he contributed to magazines, not
ably the American Mercury ar.1
published a novel ' Hack Furrow."
For a time he was on the s;r,f?
of the Associated Press In N"W
York. He aUo was connected with
the Morning Telegraph hTe rir-d
with newspapers In Detroit
Sat. June 7
Don't Miss It
'HalFWay to Heaven
Also Pathe Sound Fables, Movietone) Colored Review
Serial "Hawk of the BET and rash News
Continuous 1 to 11
I7ai2cE2is & Mateo's
featuring Lucille PageKing of Jazz Chorcxs-Harrisoa and Elmo
Helen Burke M. G. M. Quartette
I -on Meier and thm Fox Elsinore Baad, feaCarina "American Patrol"
- AND ON THE SCREEN
It has Everything 1
By BEN AMES WILLIAMS
Tang of the Sea
THE whaling ship "Sally Smmsw arries
Capt: Noll Wing and bis youthful bride
Faith on their hooey moon trip. The witchery
of the sea takes away from her the man she
loves and leaves in his stead a hard-bitten,
hard-drinking whaling captain.
Spice of Romance
ROMANCE creeps into this situation
when it was most unexpected aad jeal
ous' and suspicion add their bits to complicate
the trying situation in which Faith finds her
self on her honeymoon.
Pepper of Action
UNEXPECTED drama and the happy
solution of Faith's predicament are
brought about because sailors are a two-fisted,
lugging lot, given to action rather than soft
words. It is one of the reasons "The Sea
Bride" has everything!
Bcgmning Sunday in