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The OIZEGON STATESMAN. Salem. Oregon,, Scnday Morning, January 18, 1931
Two Troops of Girls ! at
Work in Keizer Dis-j
trict is Report I
' KEIZER. Jan. 17 Toward itbe
latter" part of 130. the aubject of
the organization of a Girl Scout
troop at Kelxer was discussed a
director. Ruth Rullfson, chosen
and plans were made to effect
atich an organization .a soon as
suitable leaders could be secured.
; The troop has been- organlied
with Mrs. Eva Kelso, captain.
Mrs. Sadie Costello, lieutenant
and Usona Clajcgett, aecretarn '
The nam given Is "Sunset
Troop." There are two' patrols
In the troop, one under the lead
ership of Blanche Belxer, which
Is named "Shootlni Stars." Those
belonging to this patrol aro Har
riet : Mlnturn, Loretta Bllven,
Ruth Thomas. Lorraine Beecroft
and Usona Claggett. lj
tThe other patrol leader is Rata
Melson. and the name of her paj
troi la "Lignining. me gins on
this patrol are Dorothy Ackman,
June Weeks, Dorothy Rulifson,
Laura Mills and Helen Scott.
To Take Test
Nearly all the girls will be
ready for their tenderfoot" test
next Wednesday. The girls are
very much Interested In this
movement and are urging aU the
girls who are eligible, to join, i
This organlxatioa is based on
the same rules and regulations as
that of the Boy Scouts which 'de
mands honor, loyalty, helpfulness,
friendliness without snobbishness,
courtesy, kindness to animals,
obedience to their captain and
parents, cheerfulness and thrift.
HUBBARD PEOPLE .
HUBBARD, Jan. 17 r- The
Square church convention In i Ixs
Angeles, Cal., returned home
early Friday morning. They
spent two nights at auto camps.
one at Corning, Cal.; and the oth
er at . GranU Pass. , A splendid
' time was reported.1 ; They heard
Amy McPhearson preach her first
sermon in six months Sunday ev
ening. She had been ill and un
able to preach. -
- Ernest Scott who went wjth
the group, remained in Los An
geles to attend Bible school, j
Mr. , and Mrs. John iioomaw
were guests at the home of their
son and daughter, Harold "Moo
maw and family, and Mrs. Ben
Baker and family at Santa Ana,
.Cal., and attended the meetings
from there. .- ;..:
Alvin Earl, the driTer whose
track .was made Into' a comfort
able housa on wheels lor the trip,
reported the highway in excellent"
condition. Some snow in' Cali
fornia and In the Siskiyou moun
tains and a taeary windstorm were
experienced on the home trip, j
Los Angeles had its first rain
storm since last March while the
group was there. The water be
came so deep In the streets that
It was necessary to cross them in
autos parked across the streets.
Street cars were stopped by the
storm. Hubbard folk said that the
Californians welcomed the raiB.
At Corning, oranges were sell
ing at three cents a dozen or nine
dosen for .25 cents. At many
places the growers gave the visi
tors aU the oranges that .they
could eat but would not ajlow
them to carry any'away. A frost
In the orange growing region
damaged the crop (o that much
of the fruit cannot be put on the
market. ' : : M -
INDEPENDENCE, Jan. 17
Another robbery has occurred In
In our town. The high school
building was broken Into the first
of the week and made a very sue-,
cessful raid on the science de
partment. Everything was taken, includ
ing table linen, silverware, glass
ware and all the tood. '
. Other rooms of the bulldfng
- were also visited by the party,
but nothing so far, missed from
- No clue io far has been found.
- i The school district and city
are offering together a reward of
$23 for information leading to
the arrest of those who might
bare ..committed this crime.
Mission Society i
By Local People
Mrs. G. N.TThompson of Keiz
er accompanied1 by Mrs. F. E.
Fisher of Salem attended the
executive meeting of the Oregon
Branch or the Evangelical Wom
an's Missionary society In Pert-,
land Thursday. Plans were made
for the annual convention July
21-19. Mrs. Thompson Is re
r or ding secretary and Mrs. Plan
er is oratorical contest secretary
of the branch. .
At the Quadrennial meeting of
the Woman's : Board of Missions
last September In South. Bead.
Indiana, the Oregon Branch was
presented -ft diamond medal for
having held the most contests in.
CHURCH ELECTS STAFF
, SILVERTON, Jan. IT At the
annual meeting of the Immanuel
Lutheran church , the-following
officers were elected: M. S.
Lien, L. Opedahl and ,P, O: Hen
derson to serve as deacons ; for
the coming year; trustees. ;N.
Torresdahl, Harold Satem. John
Puhr, Conrad Johnson and II.
Sever son; secretary,. II. B. Jor
' ftnsoa; -treasurer, Oscar Jofcn-
onj Sunday school uperlnteq
dent, Louis Larson.
OFFICERS ELECTED .
SILVERTON, Jan. 17 Offi
cer elected at the annual bus
iness meeting of the Congrega
tional church were Charles My
ers, trustee; O. T. Drennen,
clerk; Manly Hasklna, deacon;
Mrs. Manly Hasklns, deaconess;
Miss Arthena-Cox, pianist; Mrs.
D. - Fletcher, treasurer; : Milton
Kolln, Sunday school superin
tendent. I - : '
HAYESVILLE, Jan. 17 Many
people were la attendance at the
regular meeting of the commun
ity jjejub Friday sight; Following
the; oyster supper a -business
meeting was held and the follow
ing committee were appointed by
President Moor to take charge of
tho next meeting. Entertainment
Mr. Eatdorf, ; Un, Cnaxlwi
Heed, Joy Oreig, Oscar Norln
and i Mark aucy. Reception, Mrs.
Oudean, Mr. Batdorf and . Mrs.
Greig. Refreshment: Mrs. Norln,
Mrs. E. M. 'Bailey, Mrs. Frye and
Miss Ida Denny.
A special committee, Frank
Fltts, Mr. Smith end Mr. Stupfel
were appointed to confer with
the ihlghway department regard
ing a foot path for pedestrians,
but most especially for the use of
school cMldrea. The Ilayesvllle
school Is ; located on the Pacific
tighway and at . ihr It aucn
traffle It Is extremely dangerous
for the children la going to and
from school. A fine program was
given at the close of the business
session. A quintet of , Chemawa
students; Alice Slater, Eleanore
Sanderson, Grace Marshall, .Kate
Gartelman and Marie LaFrance,
gave" a their1 first number
"Hark to the Mandolin." Their
accompanist was Miss Eakjn with'
Miss Judd directing;- dialogue,
Tlaytof Hookey.", frit Haaon
and Eleanor Johnson aolo, By
the Watera ef Mlnnetonka," Al
ice Slateri piano solo, Delphine
Stupfel; quartette, Mark, Dare
and Pete Saucy and Sam Berger;
original stunt, group of children;
solo, ,f A Brown Bird Singing,"
Marl XaFrance; skit. "The Un
burledi. Woman." Alvan Ftey;
Iris Mason, Eleanor Johnson and
Zepha f Smith; negro spirituals,
Schroeder- quartette; 8am and
Sambo; Oscar Norln and Clarence
Andresen; ' quintet, -Melody of
Vest Stayton i
Tho ladles of the West Stayton
Growers club met with Mrs, W
O. ' Royce Thursday afternoon.
Love, Chemawa students.
' Mr. and Mrs, M. Ryan of Scio,
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Haberman
and Mrs. F. X Hoerth and little
daughter of Salem, were guests
of Mrs. "Charles Reed Friday. .
The ladles have just finished a
beautiful quilt, and are buty
with .another one. The not
meeting will be with Mrs. Ben
jamin Chamberlln on January
22. The ladles plan an all day
meeting. They will serve ai hot
lunch at noon. They are going to
spend the day quilting. j
C, Darley has been in Portlacd
the past few, days a business.
Child welfare legislation wlif
be sponsored in the 1931 general
assembly by women of North Cfcr-
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! Greater Prosperity Month
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Greater Prosperity Month ;
! An Open Letter to The People of Salem and Vicinity
Warner Bros. Theatres, which has recently acquired the Elslnore
v and Capitol Theatres in Salem,' mates its bow to the people of the com
x munity with an expression of its! desire to serve the community and. to
! build for its theatres a piece among the city's institutions deserving of
the public's faith and confidence
We hope and expect to make the Warner Bros. Elslnore and the
Warner Bros. Capitol your theatres, with the single purpose of serving
your entertainment needs and desires and those of your neighbors.
Nothing will be left undone by Warner Bros, to carry, out thls pol
- Icy. 'Our present plans call for the expenditure in the immediate future
of more than $20,000 in improvements to place Warner Bros. Salem
theatres in the class of the most modern and best equipped on the Pa
cific coast for sound production,! (screen projection and the comfort; and
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Salem's Warner Bros. Theatres will show, only' the best. of film, 'en;
tertainment and the. sequence of programs now being - arranged will
embrace all of-the best pictures of all of the nationally recognized pro
ducing companies. Salem will be given tho best Int. pictures when they
are new. ! . ' " . ' '"
With the same sincerity of purpose- and with the same determina
tion to lead the way which has, kept them In the front ranks of tho
motion picture industry since lt pioneer days Warner Bros. has been
an active leader among: the industrial and commercial factors of the
nation in readjustments to conform with shifting economic conditions.
Believing prosperity to be a question of relativity and the price of
amusements to bear! a direct relation to the price of other commodities
Warner Bros, in the present trend of declining costs adapts Itself to
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Wa are announcing a reduction-In the price of admission at War
ner Bros. Salem theatres to a level which we believe to be justified by
jthe tend, of prices in other: lines, but with the assurance that quality of
the performances offered is to be in no manner curtailed. . j
1- People patronize thoee. industries where the relative value of their
dollars return the most, and to those persons, institutions and commun
ities recognizing this principle prosperity is a continuing and ever in
creasing blessing. . With this m mind Warner Bros. Salem theatres, are
sponsoring a ("Greater Prosperity Month", with an Invitation to all
to cooperate and share in its dividends. I
,ir"i " x ' "' Very truly yours, t
i V M. A. SILVER, General Manager, Pacific Coast Theatres,
r . ! JOHN C. STILLE, Salem Manager. - I
---New Show Every Sunday
NEW ADMISSION PRICES
MATINEES 2:00 to 6:00 P.M.
General Admission .J .....'!.. 35c
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Children . J .Ji.. .iob
EVENINGS 6:00 to
10:00 P. M.
General Admission ;... 50c
ijof es .. -41 60c
Children ...U.. ....L. 10c
SUNDAYS and HOLIDAYS
; MATINEES and EVENINGS i
. Continuous 2:00 to 11:00 P. M.
General Admissioa J. i .' 50c
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Which does the Modern
Girl prefer J. .
Safety in marriage or adventures in 'stolen love? . . . What
is the real truth about this modern generation's attitude to
ward the once sacred convention marriage? "ILLICIT tells,
frankly and fearlessly, the true-to-life story of one girl's
amazing, adventures in the dangerous business of experi
menting with love. ii
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Nevetibefoe inNthe history of the Elsiitere baa it been our
pleasure to; offer to people of Salem such an outstanding
array of supreme screen productions as will be shown at
this theatre during "Greater Prosperity. Month" and the
coming season. The following, are only a few of the many
biV productions coming soon.: ;
WALLACE BEERY & MARIE DRESSLER
in "MIN AND BILL"
"PAID" with JOAN CRAWFORD
A screen adaptation of the sensational novel
"Within the Law-. .
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talking screen triumphs
of the season!
i5'?V?l i A picture that has every-
; tnmgr, JJrama, rower,
Emotion, Color, Beauty,
and Romance! All the
fire of Latin love A fa-'
mous bandit rides out of
- the past.
Continaom Show Today
2 toll P.M. 1
Kiddie a Dime
IN AV ADVENTURE OF OLD CALIFORNIA '
Adapted- from the noveL 'Adioa''
MaryAstbrj Marion Nixon
For your convenience in meeting the time best suited to your requirements me present
the following list of time schedules and admission pnces:
WEEK DAYS Matinee 2 p. m. to 4 p.m.
- General Admission 25c Loges 35c
" :: :' Evenings
i General Admission 40c Loges 50c
SATURDAYS 2 to 11 p. m. Continuoutly
- Matinee 2 to 6 p. m. j j
j ' General Admission 25c Loges 35c . I
Evenings 6 to 11 p. m. j
General Admission 40c Loges 50c ' .
; SUNDAYS Continuous 2 to 1 1 jj. in.
. . General Admission 40c Loges 50c i