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SOCIETY GIRLS NO LONGEROTUS-EATERS
.BESSIE'S ifiONIv DOMESTIC j
The OREGON STATESMAN, SalOiv'.Tocsdar: MornlBr,7A?rfl: 23,' 1?32
LOREH MOHT IS
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Takes Dixon's Place : at Jn-
dependence; ; Senior; Play;
r Is Success , 1
INDEPENDENCE, L Aprils 25
Prof. Loren Mort, a Willamette
university - graduate and Ta v mem
ber of the high school faculty at
Redmond, has been elected to fill
the place vacated bv . the ; resig
nation : of Trot. Homers Dixon,
athletic coach, and mathematics
Instructor In . the i Independence
hirh school : i ? .. ; ;
Professor Mort is a son-in-law
of Mr.' and' Mrs." Charles' Irvine.
well known residents "of Inde
FIt5 Cholen Cartp Jhlre girls,
Constance Cohrs, Mary j Godfrey.
Marjorle Kurre, Ilena McLaugh
lin, and ? Marr t Marie iwimams.
decorated the tables for the ban
quet . held ; by the American JLe-
, gion ana t the American Lesion
auxiliary In Campbell hall Wed
nesday night, f 1 v - , -
In his Clean-np day proclama
tion for Independence, Mayor-' tc
lu . Thomas says, "May 6-7, the.
city will haul? to the dump
grounds all the tin cans and oth
er trash which, may be deposited
In sacks, boxes or barrels on the
side streets or alleys-accessible to
trucks. Loose material of any na
ture will not be handled, nor
win rumsy , paper . boxes : be ac
ceptable as., containers."
Honor Miss DeVore -,
Miss Emily DeVore. a promt
nent speaker at .the Educational
conference of the O N S. at
Monmouth Saturday; wheels' a
teacher in the primary depart
ment . of the San Jose Teachers'
college, and who was a former
principal of the Independence
training school, was greeted by
many of her Independence
- friends at an informal reception
held In the training school li
brary preceding the. high school
play Friday night. The hostesses
were Mrs. Elsie Bolt, Mrs. Sylvia
Barnum,- Miss Ida Mae Smith,
and Miss Mary Dopaldson.
The library was decorated with
lovely spring flowers and apple
blossoms, and nnnch was served
by high school girls who were f
dudIIs in the training school dur- I
Ing Miss DeVore's administration met in the church basement Sat
here. . urday night for a social as the ell-
Miss DeVore majored in the m" of the recent reading contest
primary department of the Nor- The games for the younger group
mil school and after graduation we directed by Miss Mary Lou
became a primary critic in the In- Chapman and those for the older
dependence training school, later ones by Paul Cammack. Mrs. J. D.
being elected to the prindpalshlp Alexander conducted an oral ex
and spending eight years on the . sminatlon over some of the read-
school facultr. Ieavlnr the school
seven years ago. She was a week
end guest at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. B. F. Swope with whom she
lived four of the years that she
spent teaching here.
Play Huge Success
Many persons could not be ad
mitted to the annual senior play,
"Adam and Eva" presented in
the training school auditorium
Friday night as every seat was
taken and all the aisles were filled
by extra chain placed for the ac
commodation of the large crowd.
The players kept the audience
In a merry mood and were reward
ed by rounds of applause as they
did fine impersonations of the
characters that follow: James
King a rich man, Paul Bureh;
Corintha, his parlor maid. Miss
Marjorle Plant; Clinton' DeWitt,
his son-in-law, Rodney Hardman;
Julie DeWitt, his eldest daughter,
Miss Thelma Clark; Eva King, his
youngest daughter. Miss Blanche
Johnson; Aunt Abby Rooker, his
sister-in-law, Miss Laurel Busby;
rtr Ta.v TWamatar ndhknr
Omer Baker; Horace Pilerim. hU
uncle, Frank Arrell; Adam Smith.
his business manager, Melvln Kel
ley; and Lord Andrew Sqrdon, his
would-be son-in-law, Kenneth
Black. ' : ' ;
.-The producing staff Included:
Mrs. Homer Dixon, member of the
high school English department,
the director; Frances Gorsline,
vromnter: M or re 11 OoraHne enr-
v- tain and lighting; Sylvia Swerlng
ton, property, manager; Clifford
Vancouver, B. Cfc. 8.15
On Sale April 28, 29, 30;
Return Limit May 10
. Phone T127
. E. F. ROBERTS
City Passgri Ticket Agent
il V. KNOWLTON
General Agent, Portland ;
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, .- Tir4 f pwptrad saeUty life, many dbUntM, wkese mhm ar frBitBBl la tke Social RgUtr(
tvrniag t batinas, fiadiof it mora faa.taL.eant their awa liriaf. Faakiaaabla milUnary aalaaa, gift
hops and cotmatic tore ara taraa af tha anact popular kraachaa af commarca in which thay angaga.
Straagaly, dApita thair lack of praViau axpariaaca, aioil af tkaae Maa-bl i akop-kaapars are makiag
ucccm af thair vantnra into tha fiald f barter and mart. Many aW have tarnaI to ether eccapatioaa.
Theresa Townsand, wKose faca looked eat at the reader from society gossip colanuu ef aewtpapers every
Una she attended a ball, aided tha Jeaier Leagoe er- participated ia a eharity f aaetiea, aew gaU paid for
having her photo ia the papers. Tharaaa has become a saceossfal edrertisiag modoL Her face hoams at
tea from flamboyaat posters extolling the virtues of aoape aad face creams' and her trim figure ia the
fashion Daces disvuys aaxt saasoa's
erea before her formal debut, is Elizabeth Faroe, who is ia great demaad as a modal wherever beaaty,
poise aad youth are needed for illustration. Elizabeth is ealy It aad has planned aa ambitions career, the
pinnacle of which is serosa stardom. Maybe Elizabeth's ambitiea was sparred hy the eaccese ef Betty
'Gillette, society girl ef Douglattoa, L. L, who recently went to Hollywood ander eeatract to eae ef the
big film cempanies, with tardom Uoaming ha tho offing.
SOCIAL IS CLIMAX
BOSEDALE, April 1 5. About
40 members of the Sunday school
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brownlee
and children are moving to a
ranch north of Salem in the Kels
Junior Alexander enjoyed a
birthday party Saturday afternoon
given, in honor, of his seventh
birthday.. A beautiful cake was
enjoyed by his small guests, who
were Ruth Brownlee, Stanley
Turnbull, Genevieve and Annabel
Whelan. ' . .
BRUSH COLLEGE, April 25
The last meeting of the 4-H sew
ing .'and handwork clubs of
Brush College combined, was
one of the most interesting of
I the season. A program on cotton
material was given by the fol-
lowing club members, Margaret
Ramey, business manager; Ger
alds Thomas, advertising mana
ger; Viola Cuthbert, special feat
tnra.and Hnrh Hanna. Geraldlne
I Thomas and Fred Walker, ushers.
I Musical numbers both lnstru-
mental and vocal by the Educa-
tors, a men's orchestra from tha
.Oregon Normal school, added
greatly to the entertainment.
1 Coach One-Wsy Fat ts. Good ts Coactias or Oufc Cars.
. EHcctive from Msy 15 to December 31, 1932.
2Intcnncdiste or Tourist One-Wsy Fares. Good in Tourist
sleepers upon payment of rtsolar Tourist sleeplnfl car
chergvi. Eftctiva from May 1 5 to December 31 , 1 932.
3 30-Dsy Round-Trip Fares. To points east of Chicago
and St Louts. Good In all classes of equipment in
cluding Tourist or Standard sleeper upon payment of
regular sleeping car charges. Effcctivofrom May 22 to
. October 15v Return limit 30 days, not exceeding
4 Summer Excursion Round-Trip Fares Good la all
xtasses of equipment including Tourist or Standard
. sleepers upon payment of regular sleeping car charges.
' Effective from May 22 to October J5. 1932. except
Cckcts east of Chicago end St Louis, which will be on
' sale' only to September 30. Return limit, October
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1 General Passenger DepL, .
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THE OVERLAND ROUTE
styles ia frocks aad areata aewas.
S-H Report Shows
25. In a report submitted
by the students of the Smith.
Hughes department of the
Independence high school,
poultry was found to be tho
most popular and hope the
most profitable of the pre
' Other projects carried out
were dairying, potatoes, oat
and vetch, swine and tor
keys. Ninety per cent of the sta
dents who started the course
finished. Outstanding sta.
dents taking; the work were
Hugh Hanna, senior; George
Gentemann, Junior; Richard
McKee, sophomore, and Don
ald Newton, freshman.
Swing, paper on Oregon cotton
and early cultivation; Marine
Olson, paper entitled, "A Visit to
a Cotton Plantation." Ruth
Munson read an article on tfce.
modern cotton factory; Hasel
Rivet read a paper 'on uses of
cotten. Roll "call was answered
with names of cotton material.
The club members made a col
orful picture depicting a modern
home with well kept lawn and
flower gardens. The main part
consisting of shingled house.
bright hued flowers, lawn, trees
and hedge were all made of cot
ton material. The meeting was
well attended by parents and
Mrs. F. C. Ewing and Mrs.
Fred Olson are leaders of the
sewing and handwork clubs, re
spectively. Officers of the duns
are Mildred Munson,. president
of the sewing club, Ruth Mun
son. vice-president; Maxlne Ol
son, secretary. Ruth Johnson to
d resident of handwork; Paulina
Johnson, vice-president; Margar
et Ewins, secretary. The presi
dents appointed committees to
make arrangements for a picnic
to be held in the near future.
Rail fares EAST
. - Portland, Ore.
Aaeer had who has made good.
FUNERAL IS TODAY
RIVERVIEW, April IK Cal
vin, 18-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. John McDonald, who became
Ul of sugar diabetis Thursday,
He whs born in Newport and I
had lived In and near Riverview I
far the naat aaven vaara. TTa ra.
eaivad hla adneatfnn In tha nlvar. I
view, Crabtree and DeVaney
choola. He la anrvtvarf bv hia I
parents and ona alster, Eunice,
two uncles, two aunts and several
Vnnaral marwti-M will Ka. In tVa
TnaeAav lffurnnnn with fntan.
ment at Franklin Bntta eematerv.
NEUENS HAVE GUESTS
LIBERTY, April 15 Guests of
Mrs. Ed Neuens on Friday were
her sisters the Misses Genevieve
and Doris Coad and Cousin All
Perry, all of Portland.
Events ' Scheduled; Schools
And Churches J all to :
. 'Participate ; 'O
STLVERTON, April IS Plans
for. the observance of National
Music . week ara going steadily
ahead at Sllverton under the di
rection of Mrs. Gertrude Cam
eron, general ' ehairman. Three
evening at Sllverton will be giv
en over to Its observance. '.
Tuesday night, the nrorram. a
school and young people's affair,
will be held at the Eugene Field
auditorium? Prof. Hal- Campbell,
music director, Is chairman. One
special feature will be: the 'op
portunity to hear the school band
which -won -first place at the
state tournament. . . ..... .L
n M a a. a, ' V
xnuay mgm wui oe commun
ity night with Dr. A.;J. McCan
nel, - commander ' ot the . legion
post chairman. The chamber cf
commerce-and many other' or
ganisations at Sllverton will be
represented-on this program. The
various local orchestras and
bands will be featured.
Sunday jlght will be devoted
to sacred music , and local
churches will each' sDonsor a
number on the program. Church
es to be represented will be Im
manuel, Trinity,. Methodist;
enrisuan. Calvary, St. Paul's
Christian Alliance,' Congregation
al, seven Day Adventist. A spe
cial feature of the evening will
be. the appearance of the. Grieg
chorus from Monitor under the
direction of Dr. A. F. E. Schier
baum of Mount Angel. With the
exception of two members, the
men of the chorus are all Scan
Mrs, Cameron.. In sneakinr of
the Music Week plans remarked
that she was very well pleased
with the manner In which the
ehairman of the different even
ings responded and. she felt as
sured that this year would be
one of the outstanding ones of
Silverton's music week observ
Active Worker and
Authority on Prune
8UNNYSIDE, April 25 The
Sunnyside community has lost
one of Its most lnnuential and
widely known citizens In the
d?th w-- Femberten, a res-
ot mis ana neignnonng
fommunltles for many years. Al-
" Jzr. "
I cnv Minoniy in . n cnosen
I 01 ITU 11 CUltUrO U PrUUefl
land walnuts, which composed his
I homo Orchard and WM also' ;a-
m uo w inaus-
Mr. Pembertea was a member
of the Roeedale Friends church
' and other local clubs and leaves
si wife Ina, one son Max, and
two daughters Ellen and' Ruth.
I He will be sorely missed by
scores ot friends all-over the
that's M I LD.E
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First picture of Mrs. William Hawks
aged five weeks. Mrs. Hawks .
screen star. ....
ZEN A,, April 25 A reunion
of the three remaining direct de
scendants of the old pioneer
family ot Selden and Susan Hlg
gins who came across the plain,
in 1851 from Massachusetts and
settled on a donation land claim
of Zena In 1852, was held at tha
home of Mr. and Mrs. E.-C. Hlg-
gins, who live on the old dona
tion claim, recently when Mrs.
Ella Anderson of Spokane came
to attend the funeral of an older
sister, Mrs. Liisle Walker, 82,
of Hood River who died April
Tha oldest In the croun of
three Is st daughter. Mrs. Susan
smith, 71, of Pratum, E. C. Hig
gins Is 78 and Mrs. Ella Ander
son Is 72. There were six chil
dren in the Hlgglns family, Mrs.
Lizxle Walker, who died In 1822:
Mrs. Susan Smith, Mrs. Ida Por
ter died 1812, Mrs. Ella Ander
son, E. C. Hlgglns, John Hlg
glns died In 1828.
Present at the Hlgglns home
for the reunion dinner were the
three honor guests, Mrs. Susan
Smith, Mrs. Ella Anderson and
E. C. Hlgglns, . a son-in-law and
daughter of Mrs. Anderson, Mr.
and Mrs. George Smith and
young son Jimmy of Spokane,
her son Cranston Anderson also
of Spokane, Guy O. Smith of Sa
lem, son ot Mrs. Susan Smith,
and her daughter, Mrs. Lorena
Thompson of Pratum. Another
daughter and her husband, Mr.
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and her baby daughter Patricia,
fa better known as Bessie Love,
and Mrs. Ray -'Antrim- of Aloha;
called in the afternoon.
Glee Club Concert
Brings School $25;
Audience i Large
ATJMSVILLE. April 25 A
large crowd was present Thurs
day to hear the Glee club con
cert which was held In the high
auditorium. Nearly 225 were
The following program -was
given: Sing, Sing, Bird on the
Wing, by the mixed chorus; The
Gay Gavotte, by Girls Glee club;
a piano duet by Orpna Shelien-
berger and Mildred Tyler; "The
Beau of Bath" by the following,.
Ernest RIesterer, George Kadan,
Eileen Brauner; selections by
Mrs. Thomas of Salem.
'Waiting in the Shadow" by
Estelle Grubenhoff, Gladys Pas
lay, Cleo Barry, Lucille Glover;
"Strawberry Roan sung by Lee
Perkins, Roland Rhoades, John
Ogle, Vernon Ogle and acted by
Teddy Walt and Clarence Farm-
en; "She Is So Innocent," by
girls quarter, Jennie Mier, Eileen
Brauner, Helen Ruettgers, Lou
ise Hlghberger; "Around tha
World In a Bed," by Nannie
Jennings, Dorothy Asche, Thel
ma McDonald, Leora Gearhart,
Wllamett Snyder, Alice Brown,
Theresa Maaser, Vlrgie Bradley.
Helen -Ruettgers, Mabel Brown,
Myrtle Powell and Lois Turner;
a song by Cleo Barry and Thel
"Nightime in Nevada" by the
orchestra; "When Song Is
Sweet'S by the boys cuartet com-
4 posed ot Henry Amos, Merle
Crane, Wilbur Tripp and Charles
Pomeroy. ' .
Everything that science knows is done
Chesterfield Radto Program
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PERRTDALE, April 21 The
home 'of . Mr.- and Mrs. Loman -
Conner was the scene of a fanv -
ily gathering Sunday . honoring-;
Mr. and -Mrs. G. 8. . Douglass of
Ontario; CaL Mrs. Douglass and -
Mr. Conner ara brother and , sis
ter, r At noon a basket was enjoy
ed by about 48 relatives.
Those present were, Mrs. Jane
Baxter. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Woods, -
Arthur and Robert. Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Kublts, Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Gilliam. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gregg, -
ueiiy ana oonaia, Mr. ana jars.
Ed. Miller and Ada. Mrs. Carrie.
Gregg, Mr. and Mrs. '- Robert
Mitchell and Roberta, Mr.- and
Mrs. E. Von ForeU of McMmn-
rille. - ' '.- ' u'
Mrs." Charlotte Hlnshaw. Miss
Marcella Cajpell, Mr. and Mrs. J.
N. Olmstead, Verda.Olmstead, Mr.
and Mrs. R. P. Riggs and Lois, all
ot Salem Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Con-
ner. Mrs. Clara Chapman ot Cor-
vallis, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Smith.
Evelyn. Clyde Jr., and Clinton ot
Belleview. , -.-
tUts tickets at about 81
per 100 mites, good on ALL
TRAINS, in coaches or ia
Pullmans (plus usual berth
Sn Francisco .$15)5
Los Angeles - 23.40
Iedford: , , .00
Reno - 14.50
Klamath Falls &50
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