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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1931)
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Several Score Prominent
Monmouth Folk to Take
Part in Event
.MONMOUTH, Dec. 5 The Col
lege Flapper, modern comedy to
be - staged here Monday and
Tuesday .nights. December 7 and
8. Includes In Its cast prominent
Jerry, star football player, Os
car; Chrlstensen; George, Jerry's
Wend, .Harold Bantee; Monk,
football trainer, Milton Boring;
Nellie, '. freshman . girl, Meldon
, Raines; Prof. Gad d is. eccentric
bachelor, 8. Dietrick; Dean How
ard. Mrs. Delmer Dewey; Brick,
redheaded freshman, Tim West;
Bill, Brick's buddy. Jack Clark;
Dr.' Seam ore, pres. of college.
Prof. J. T. Santee; Mrs. Seamore,
hl wife, Mrs. J. S. Landers,
t Batter and egg man, P. E.
Chambers; coach, Al Cox; yell
leader, Glen Sweeney; glee dub
president, Dr. Arne . 8. Jensen;
Mary, sorority president. Pru
dence Haller; Jean, Jerry's girl.
Mrs. Larry Wolfe.
The play is sponsored by the
! local Ciric club, proceeds to be
need by the city park fund. Miss
ViTian Butterfield of the Unirer
sal Producing company is direct
ing. Special music numbers vill in
clude a piano accordion by Mrs.
Charles Calbreath, special drama
tic reading hy Miss Katherine Ol
daj and numbers by ; .e ensem
ble. College flappers are: E. A.
Stebbis, Clinging Vine; C. C.
Powell, Matilda Jane; Dick Elli
ott, perfect 56; Orral White. Miss
Popularity; C. C. Mulkey, Baby
Face; Fred O'Rourke, Ma Kenne
dy; E. C. Celt:, dancing girl; Jim
Gentle, Miss Oregon; J. S. Lan
ders, girl with million dollar legs;
O. A. Wolverton, Cleopatra; F. E.
Murdock, king of flappers; J. B.
Alrerson , Betty Co-ed; H. W.
Morlan, Clara Bow; Delmer Dew
ey, the campua flirt; dV, IJ I'
Hockett. beauty : winner; R... B
Swenson. bride of iilTTPix'
ker, the gold digger; Jim Norris.
Tillie the Toner; B. F. BuUer,
Greta Garbo; Al Courier, power
ful Katrinka; F. M. Ebbert,
bathing beauty; A. C. Powers,
little flower girl; G. M. Partridge,
Peaches Browning; S. J. William
son, corn fed honey; Paul Taeh
eron, little flower girl; George
Cooper, sweet girl gradual; Dr.
F. R. Bowersox, vamp of Mon
mouth; Charles Calbreath, . inno
cent freshman; I. C. Powell, hard
The glee club personnel is: W.
F. Campbell. Dr. L. Forbes, Fred
Hill, Merle Wilson. Ernest Rid
dell, W. Van den Bosch, Bernard
Sellers. Harry Keeney, J. E. Kel
ley. Dr. George C. Knott, Philip
Dodds. F. M. Roth, Ted Graham,
H. O. Dodds, Barney Howard, R.
Van den Bosch, Phil Schweiser,
Ed Wunder, Bob Craven, Dole
Pomeroy. Dr. - Wiprud. Charles
Smiley, E. J. Aschenbrenner.
Chorus girls are: Pauline Mor
lan, Margare. Amort, Thelma AH-
or. Hazel Robison. Alene Sloan,
Elrie Bond, Annetta Schweiser,
Nell Campbell, Ruth Allen, Bar
bara Powers, June Craven, Mil
dred Cole, Mildred McKnight, So
phia Baker, Rhea Mae Huber,
Marraret Cochran. Lucille WH
son. Winnlfred Ebbert, Mabel
Robison, Thelma Amort.
Women Make $100
On Annual Bazaar
HUBBARD, Dec. 5 The bazaar
given by the women's guild of the
federated churches was a success
in every way. Approximately
$100 was made. The playlet "A
Gentle Jury" had Ivan Stewart
for Mr. Hacket, the sheriff, and
the jury was made up of Mes-
dames John Claypool, George Let
tier. A. Dlmick, Cora Smith, Neva
McKenzie. Merle Stewart, Anna
Stauffer. Ethel Johnson, MIna de
Wolf, and the Misses Esther Dirk
soh, Frances Leffler, and Mildred
WILSON SPORTING GOODS
Steel Shaft Irons
IN SEVEX MODELS
REGULAR PRICE $6.00
Golf Bags . . . .
Ladies' Golf Sets
B-piece Set C 1 C QC
On the Green
Men's 5-piece Sets
Regular CQ QC
$15.85 Set O.UiJ
Wilson Golf Balls Less
50c J. H. Balls 25c
50c Capitols 25c
75c Hol-Hi 49c
75c Super Shot 55c
Celluloid Tees, Dozen....l0c
Bargains in Footballs, Athletic
Shirts, Shorts, Sox, Shoes. See
window this week.
' New Dinnerware Specials
Just received especially for Christmas gift buying.
Two beautiful new patterns in Peach Bio Dinner
ware. Priced specially while they last. See window
42 piece sets Rose Marie.
42 piece sets Bell Claire.
Christmas special -
See Our Other Lines of Inexpensively Priced Dinner
ware as low as $6.45 for 32 pieces
"Fostoria" Table Glass
Ideal Gifts .
A bewildering exhibit of
this famous table glass
awaits your Holiday inspection-
crystal, black, pink and
dishes, platters, vases,
sugars and creamers,
bowls, stemware rin
cluding goblets, sher
bets, cocktails, footed
Alii Open Stock Moderately Priced
:i j .I ! I Hit ii k .I n .
Visit oar; Gift Department before buying your
120 N. Commercial St.
Everybody has been having sale and giving elaborate reasons for having them. We have
felt and do still feel that merchandise prices are now at their lowest We have decided to go
them all one better with a rear DISPOSAL SALE. Corning as it does at a time when you
need clothing for yourself or gifts for Christmas, this sale will be much appreciated. All mer
chandise will be really sacrificed, we will turn this stock regardless of cost.
BUY YOUR NEEDS NOW! BUY FOR CHRISTMAS NOW!
WITH EVERY MONROE SUIT OR OVERCOAT SOLD WE GIVE YOU A
HAT ABSOLUTELY FREE! YOU WILL HAVE YOUR UNRESTRICTED
CHOICE OF ANY HAT IN THE STORE ALL OF THE NEW STYLES
AND COLORS ARE INCLUDED IN THIS OFFER.
nPP T4TPT SMALL SIZED SUITS
JL-tvl-' OinirV lO One lot of small sized suits (35 to 38). Old styles but
Plain broadcloth or rayon striped patterns, each good materials. Values to $30.00
one in a Christmas box. Regular Cl QC
$2.00 value Special sPl.OU sfNitt
GOLF HOSE COAT CAPS I GARTERS
Imported golf hose made SWEATERS Men's wool caps to close I New rubber in
of all wool in plain col- ioo wool coat sweat- out, very good patterns I fancy
ors. to close out. Regu- ers in plain colors only. but not all sizes. Regu- I
lar values (1 1A Regular values QC lar $2.50 AO I webbmg. Regular A
$2.50 now to $5.00 now.. sDO.JIO values now JOL 35c values now....
AflB CUncriisttinnioG &oodls ULcdlniKSCGil
SILK & RAYON
These will make an ac
ceptable Christmas gift.
Regular S5c values now
Plain colored fine weave
quality, white, tan, blue
3 II Regular $1.66
lOr )(2)C I now 98C
Young men's light tan
corduroy trousers made
with a 22 inch bottom.
Regular values to $4.00
All wool blaziers made
in plain blue or plaids.
Values to $6.50
New patterns in cut silk ties made with the new
stripes and figures. Dark or light. fQn
Regular $1.00 now : ... UUC
Plain or fancy colors in wool mixed golf hose. You
can use an extra pair. QQ
Regular $1.50 values now 170 C
All pure wool sweaters, with or
without sleeves, in the wanted
Regular values to $6.00
Rubberized and rubber surfaced
rain coats. Guaranteed water
proof. Belted models, new styles.
Regular values $10.00
All of the latest styles and shapes
in shades of gray, brown or tan.
Regular values $5.00 ;
now $3o) I now $ao4J I now 02.5
Wool mixed union suits of very soft materials, well
Regular values CI CC
to $2.50 now
WOOL MIXED HOSE
These are all good patterns and colors. Sizes 10 to
Just one-half price. 9Cn
Regular 50c. values now 4DC
HEAVY WOOL SOX
White or gray wool boot box, just
the kind for the cooler weather.
50c now .-.w ;
Heavy weight young men's cords
In wide, bottom. Regular tf0 Jf
values to $5.00 now vO.tD
FLEECED UNION SUITS
Fleeced union suits. Heavy fleeced
union suits made in natural color.
Values to . 01 IC
$2.00 now : OLhD
Plain or fancy colors,
made of fine soft wool.
Regular value 75c
now 2 pairs
Made of rayon in a fine
broadcloth weave. White,
blue and green. Regular
$3.50 values M AT
ALL SILK TIES
High grade pure silk
ties, hand made. Just
the tie for a handsome
Christmas gift. Regu
' Dark worsted finished
trousers made with fine
stripes in gray or brown.
Regular values dni AT
to $5.00 now
Rayon Silk Mufflers
Large, square, beautiful pat-
:. $1 19
Silk and wool ties in neat and con
servative patterns, the best wear
ing tie made. Regular AQg
$1.00 values now fJJC
or a for 99c
RAYON & SILK HOSE
All desirable light and dark colors
in sizes 9H to 12. Regular 50c
value O ' QAM
O pairs OiC
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