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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 1, 1931)
The OREGON STATESMAN; Salem, Oregon, Thursday Morning January 11931'
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Significarit Kfews in Salem
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t rV W r f i-i i i period tn tA Aw- :
:: If?' -fr. .-. st " ' '.--r5l im annual Blossom vay eveiai it I and HUL ) f --.i-. , " .- . ' K . .' 1 I U
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IFAo doesn't know on the instant
that the orchard of blossoms and'
white-suited men at the lef t spell
the annual Blossom Day event t It
is sponsored by the Salem Cher
rians, some of whom are found
under the trees. Blossom Day
kos held on an April Sunday.
The photo above shows Judge Percy Kelly administering the oath of
M office to the biggest circuit judge in Oregon, Judge Gale S. Hill of .
Albany, ch& in September became judge of Marion and Linn county
circuit courts succeeding Judge Kelly. Judge Kelly had just oeen
sworn in as member' of the state supreme bench before this picture"
was taken Kelly held the position to which Hill succeeded.' In the
picture art; leftto right,Mrs. Ruth Paulue and Acting Secretary
Walter Norbladof the governor's office; Chief Justice O. P. Coshow,
Kellv. Georae O. Brown, clerk of the land board: Governor Norblad
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i.t en f tA t&re Zar wp-erinr (aton (Aat .went up on
. street corners during the past year,
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These human sunflowers, brownies and what not recall the various
May Day-Health Day events held in the schools of the city. The
. children above are front the Highland school.
Renewed effort to build a bigger
y " and -better scouting organization
. ' i Marion and Polk counties was
seen in election in December of
A Mari&mcounty loil tUler who knows his stiff when it comes to'mak - executivecmmtUeofLi fcount
ig things grow. i , v A ; . eil, Boy Scouts of Amirica.
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The kiddies above go to the one- , . X ;, - C' ' 1
room rural school at Fairview. X V - t
TAey cay in this picture they. like, f; J i " ' :
the new experiment in rural edu- ' - ;'. t
cation being carried on there this . t' ; - v . . A J
j! year. In the circle is the teacher 'if .Z' 'ti. t ' t .;
and total enrollment at the Tay- j! ? V " , ' '
:lor school ' The children are If ' . It . 11
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19 SO saw election of the first wom
an member ofjthe Salem school
board, Mrs. Roy Keene, shown
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. School days, school days - thafe what these two girls call to mind.
Florence June and Frances Josephine Lilburn were getting ready
..- to enter school Septi'tt when the photographer came along.
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'Judge L. H. McMahan of Salem
who advanced to department one ;
. of the circuit court in September.
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aU these sung,ters with the scanty clothe are bundled U things "plenty van now. But Uut tumwuf when the run shone i
t the sun bath were just the thing, ' 1 rt . x s i
Mayor General George A. White of :
the national guard who wot in
strumental in aainina larae fed-.
- oral appropriations for comple- Long about last January fifteenth the state house grounds, and the North MSI Creek looked ezaetbi lika
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