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" The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem. Oregon, Friday Morning, April -29, 1932
Recital -Program for .
Friday NigKt -
; "The lobby program fbr Friday
night at the Y. M. C A. will be
one of great Interest to a larger
number vet ' people than usual.
Mrs. Frank' Lilburn will present
' her musical kindergarten - stu
dents,' and the last half of the
. program will " be given by the
younger Violin students of Mary
Sennits. The hour .has been set
for 8 o'clock... .
, .Miss Sehult will presen; : an
ensemble program of solos and
duets. The students of Krs'. Ul
' , burn- will present , the following
. program: '
Good - ETening . Song, Lonely
, .Springtime and Christopher Rob
In, chorus; piano solo, "Geraldine
Schmoker? "The Bluebird," Mar
Mgaret Morlts and Herbert Steed t
The Bluebird's Song', chorus:
-'."Robin Redbreasts" ancy and
Jerry Montgomery; reading, Bet
, j tty Zee .Alleff?"'"Tbe- MonieyA
" i HerbS Steed -. and - chorus; "Tbe-J
' JEW lesi, chortrs; rThe First
' - Flying Lesson.- Joanne Lang;
t "Little Birdie." chorus; "Six Lit--tle
Puppies," Joan Beakey, Laura
,May Hoss, Erangeline McKlnley,
Carl Pope Jr., Ronnie Hammett.
r and Craig Kuhns; "Maytime".
Geraldine Schmbker and chorus;
- "Red Bird Mareh", "Holiday Par
ade';, 'The Jolly Miller." to be
- . presented by the kindergarten or
chestra in which play Geraldine
, Sehmoker, Bonnie Hammett,
' Craig Kuhns. Donald Waters. Pat
sy Zosel. Deforest Brennon, Betty
. ' Zoe Allen. Nanfy Montgomery.
Tommy Board man, Donnie Zosel.
.Jerry Montgomery, Jean Beakey,
Marguerite Johnson, Carl Pope,
Jr Joanne Lansr. Evangeline Mc
Klnley, Laura May Hoss, Margar
, et Morlts and Herbert Steed, (di
rector.) ; 1 - .
" Wood burn A pre-nuptial af
t fair for Blanche Galey, a popular
member of Wood burn's younger
set. was held Tuesday night at the
home of Miss Galey's mother and
father. Mr. and Mrs. E. Galey.
Miss Galey is to marry John Evan
son of Silverton Thursday in Sa
lem. After the ceremonies, they
plan to go to the coast for a few
days, returning to their home in
Silverton by Sunday. The bride
and bridegroom are both 23 years
old. A namber of useful and lovely
gifts were received by Miss Galey.
Those present were Ethel Tre
sidder. Helen Hill. Dora Tresldder.
Mrs. Elmer Hill, Oma Galey, Gre
ta Froemke. Ethel Galey, Mr. and
Mrs. E. Galey, Mrs. Will Cheno-J
. with, Frank Galey. Blanche Galey
and John Evnnson.
Hubbard The women of the
Guild spent a pleasant afternoon
sewing at the home of Mrs. A. C.
, Malloy Wednesday with Mrs. Ray
mond assisting. Refreshments
were served to Meedames Cather
ine Slittenhart. Alice, Adams, WIl
. ma Leffler, Ellen Carl, Margaret
McManus, Neva McKenle, Mina
Dewolf. Margaret Anderson, Eliza
both Tobert, Kathryn Will, Nell
MeLaughlln and A. Kunkle.'
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y . SOCIAL CALENDAR ,
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i - . , ' ' Fnday, April 29
j Past Guardian Neighbors club, card party at Fra
! ternal temple.
All Rainbow Girrs taking part in the Mother's day
i program meet at First Presbyterian church, 4 o'clock,
for practice. . .- j - v - - : ''
f-' Mrs. Frank Lilburn,' musical kindergarten, violin
'. students of Mary Schultz. program in Y. M. C. A 8:00
' o'clock; public invited.
Past Matron's club of Order of Eastern Star, 7:30
j-o'clock dinner at Mrs. Ida Godfrey's, 501 North Winter
j street; evening'of cards to follow.
I. ; Berean Bible class of Calvary Baptist church, quar-
terly business and social meeting, at church; 6:30
i o'clock potluck supper to precede program;
-. Saturday, Apr j SO
' Salem Symphony . orchestra, - last program of sea
son at armory: C. Earle Jennings, assisting barltoaer .-
The Salem Symphony orchestra
will make its third and final ap
pearance for this year Saturday
night at the armory, presenting a
program of interesting choice un
der the direction of Prof. R. W.
Many there are who are an
ticipating this program because
it will mark the development of
the orchestra over its period of
work this year. The orchestra Is
a civic child and its development
means much to Salem public.
The numbers to be presented
Indicate a more difficult program
than has yet been attempted.
JFuneral March of a Marionet,"
coronation march from "The
Prophet," and movements from
"Cavalerla Rusticana" indicate
the type of work which Is being
Assisting the orchestra is
new member in . saie.m musical
circles, and one who comes high
ly recommended.- C. Earle Jen
nings, baritone. Mr. Jennings has
come to make his home in Salem
while studying at the university.
He has had quite extensive con
cert experience in many parts of
the United States and his press
reports indicate a voice that will
be a delightful addition to Sa
lem's musical talent.
9 . "
Berean Bible Class to
Members of the Berean Bible
class of the Calvary Baptist
church will meet tonight at the
church for a 8:30 o'clock supper
followed by a social hour.
This, is the quarterly business
and social meeting of the class.
In compliment to Mother's day.
each member present t asked to
rive a brief biography of her
The program is in charge of
Mrs. Addle Curtis. Rev. S. .
Slater, teacher of the class, will
conduct h interesting question
box. Mrs. John Noren Is in charge
of the dinner arrangements.
Hazel Green ; Mrs. Rudolph
Wacken was hostess to the Sun
shine Sewing club Wednesday af
ternoon. May 11 the Nemo and
Sunshine sewing clubs will meet
at schoolhouse at 4 o'clock.
Members present were Mrs. B.
C. Zellnskl. Mrs. J. V. Lehrman,
Mrs. Robert Massle. Mrs. A. T..
Van Cleave, Mrs. Ralph Worden,
Mrs. C. A. Kobow. Mrs. Alvin
Van Cleave. Mrs. - Perrin. Mrs.
Herman Wacken Jr., Mrs. Charles
Zellnskl, Mrs. Ralph Gilbert, Mrs.
Hulda Stripling and hostess, Mrs.
Wacken, visitors. Mrs. Veda Miller
and Miss Barquest teachers.
Dallas Members of the W. C.
T. U. held Joint meetings at the
homes of Mrs. N. L. Guy and Mrs.
J. G. Van Orsdell, Tuesday after
noon. A group of the members
attended at each meeting and du
plicate programs - were presented.
Mrs. Helen Presoott, president of
the Marlon county union of the
W. C T. U. was the principal
speaker. Other features on the
program were an address by Rev.
Cole of the Seventh Day Advent-
lst church at Dallas, and readings
by Mrs. Freda Peterson and Mrs.
Clyde Robbins. - .
Evans Vallev , Mrs. Roy
Brown and her six weeks old baby.
Vivian Ruth, were honored at a
surprse party given at the .Brown
"Present were Mrs. Ben Funrue,
Mrs. Andrew PedersonJ Ruth Pe-
dersoa, Mrs. H. E. Brown, Mrs. H.
Elliott, Mrs. Alvin Hartley, Mrs.
C. C. Parsons. Mrs. Arthur Buell,
Mrs. Lester Olson. Mrs. John Van
Gordeir. Mrs. J. R. Bonner, Mrs.
Olde Sunde, Mrs. Nell Verbeck,
Mrs. Jack Lunsford. Mrs. Charles
King. Mrs. Ray Hayes. Mrs. Will
King. Mrs. I. L. Moore. Mrs.
Frank Simmons. Mrs. L. Kings
ford. Mrs. Earl Verbeck. Mrs. W
Kniken, Mrs. Lewis Melbye, Mrs.
Emily Roe, Mrs. Will , Arthur,
Miss Thelma Sunde and Miss Jose
Silverton Mrs. A. Cole and
Kenneth Dahl won first prize at
the Altar society card party Wed
nesday night. Low prize went' to
Mrs. R. J. Wilton and W. Stlrber.
This is the third of a series of four
parties sponsored fyr the Altar so
ciety. The last wArbe held in two
weeks. Mrs. T. A. Rolling is gener
al chairman and those serving on
the: committee Wednesday night
were Mrs. C Songer, Mrs. J. H.
McCullough, Mrs. E. Thompson
and Mrs. William MacNellL
Miss Cora Blanche Galey, daugh
ter1 of -Mr. and Mrs. E. Galey of
Wood burn waa quietly married in
the First Christian church study
Thursday afternoon to - John E,
Evenson of Silverton, son of Mr.
and Mrs E. E. Evenson of that
city. Rev. D. J. Howe, read 4 the
laiyle service. Mr. and Mrs. Ev
enson -will 'make their home in
rii .it a rr
Banquet Mothers " .
Parrlsh Junior hlgi school Girl
Reserves are making a pretty ges
ture in compliment to their
mothers tonight at the Y. W.
C. A. This will be a Mother
Daughter banquet with 'a program
planned to augment the banquet
Miss Dorothy Taylor, advisor
for the gronp, has been assisting
the Reserves in getting - plans
worked out. Miss Ethel Able will
be toastmlstress, and responses
of "To Our Mothers" will be giv
en by June Weeks, and "To Our
Daughters" by Mrs. Elizabeth
Gallaher. Miss Doris Clarke will
be song leader for group singing.
A play, "Dreams," in which
the work of the Reserves is
brought out, will be presented by
Betty Dotson, June Weeks, Ar-
lene Moffert and Kathleen Han
tin. Mrs. J. R. Simons, hostess
for the Reserves, will assist in
receiving the guests.
Miss Jennie Hewitt
Is Hostess , . . .
An attractive party was given
Wednesday evening by Jennie
Hewitt at the William Antrican
home In honor of Mrs. Edward
Antrican. Many beautiful gifts
were received. Refreshments were
served by Miss Hewitt and. Mrs.
William Antrican. . '
Guests present were Margaret
Hendricks of McMinnvllle, Alice
Odom, M. Odom, Virginia Odom
and Birdie Van Nuys of Dallas;
Dovie Hatfield, Lila Antrican,
Inez Kleinke, Gladys Pickens,
LIta Graber, Mary Page, Evelyn
Page, Betty Page. Molly Robert
son and Beatrice Robertson, VIv
ian Carr, Mattie Carr. Allie Rob
inson, Beth DeLapp, Mrs. E. L.
Herrell, Ruth BIhl. Mattie Kessel,
Juanita- Kessel, R. Kessel,' Ilia
Huber, Hllma Sanderson, Mrs.
'William Antrican, Ethel DeLapp,
Jessie D. Melvill, Mrs. H. F. Coo
per, Sammy DeLapp. Mrs. Gny
Hewitt, R. Hewitt and the host
ess, Jennie Hewitt.
The last meeting of the drama
class of Mrs. Robert M. Gatke.
which has been meeting regularly
all through the winter season
will be held at Neskowin this
Tuesday. An all day session is
planned with picnic luncheon.
swimming and a general good
time as a finale to the season of
Mrs. James - Heenan, Mrs'
George Henderson, and Mrs. C. D.
Thomas entertained the U. D.
club, . Tuesday at the Heenan
home. Mrs. F. K. Skailing. Mrs.
Irvine Caplinger, and Mrs. Charles
E. Scotney of Tpsilanti. Mich.:
were additional guests. Mrs. Da
vid O'Hara held winning score
for the afternoon of cards.
Members of the Past Matrons
ciud win meet at the horn a of
Mrs. Ida x Godfrey for a 7:20
o'clock dinner -and follow this
with an evening of cards Friday
night. Hostesses In charge are
Mrs. Monnie Hauser. Mrs. Pearl
Pratt, Mrs. Rose Babeock. and
Mrs. Adda Mae Petteys.
Mrs. Clifton Mudd. chairman of
the Marion county Federation of
women's clubs, has been asked
to- speak on "International Art"
at Jefferson and at Aurora. Sh
win speak at the latter place May
, ana me aate for Jefferson is
not yet. aeiermined. This past
week Mrs. Mudd spoke' on the
same subject in Dallas..
The fifth and sixth grade Girl
Reserves will accomnanr Mrs.
Elizabeth Gallaher and several
advisors for a hike Saturday. The
Reserves are asked to brine
friends who are interested In Girl
Reserve work. The group will
meet at the T. W. a A. at 10
c - . -
Mrs. . Elizabeth Gallaher mo
tored to Silverton Thursday night
to confer with advisors of Girl
Reserves there concerning summer-
camp plans. , -
A short business meeting Fri
day night will precede an evening
of cards for' the Past Gnardlan
Neighbors club of the Neighbors
of Woodcraft will be hostess. The
public is Invited. -
Candy and Mother
On her, day she-Would love, ; .
a - box of Spa home-made -,
University Ensemble ;
Willamette university baa
piannea a aeiigntnii program to
be given Tuesday night at Waller
hall as its contributlop to the Mu
sic Week ' Observation . la Salem.
The university each year baa con
tributed more elaborately to this
Increasingly popular week and
the program announced for this
year Is exceptionally attractive.
Prof. Cameron Marshall, head
of the school of music; Miss Fran
ces Virginia Melton, head of the
piano department and William
Wallace Graham, string instru
ment department, are presenting
the numbers from their depart
ments. The program will begin at 8:15
o'clock and it is open, to the pub
lic, iu numbers include:
Two Pianos A.' .
MacDowell . . . i . .Forest Elvea
Frances Lawjs. Marjory - O'Dell
Violin, Walter's prize Song (from
Jeanette Smith .
MaeDowell.Concerta In La mlneur
(orchestral parts on second piano
by . Barbara Barham )
Schubert, Andante from Quartette
Willamette University String
. Quartette? r
Two Pianos , -
(from Indian Suite)
Mildred Nevins. Clara Wright
Scarlatti (a) Pastoral
MacDowell. .Concerto Re Mlneur
(orchestral parts on second piano
by Elizabeth Boylan)
Haydn.. The Heavens are Telling
Following the Sunday church
programs to open Music week will
be the unusual program to be giv
en Monday at 8 o'clock in the au
ditorium of. the school for the
blind with several out-of-town
blind musicians of distinction ap
pearing on the program.
Each year this is one of the
memorable offerings of Music
week to which the public is in
vited. The program this year is
superior and promises to draw a'
Brush College In compliment
to Mrs. Sam Rivet, popular young
matron of Brush College who is
leaving for Honolulu April 3 to
Join her husband, Mrs. M. Focht
and Mrs. Joseph Singer were host
esses at the home of Mrs. Ferdi
nand Singer, for a miscellaneous
Colorful bouquets which were
arranged in low bowls and tall
baskets were used effectively
about the guest rooms. The host
esses were assited at the tea hour
by Mrs. Louis Stnger,Mrs. Victor
Olson and Mrs. M. Kipper.
Those bidden to honor Mrs.
Sam Rivet included Mrs. A. Bay
er, Mrs. M. Harris, Mrs. F. Bayer
and daughter Betty Ann. Mrs.
Katie Krall. Paul Harris, Miss
Rosle Krall, Mrs. Louis Singer
and son Richard. Miss Antonio
Krall, Josephine Singer, Mrs. M.
Kipper and small daughter. Don
na May. little Nancy Wallace.
Mrs. Folk, Mrs. John Burgemels
ter, Mrs. George Meier, Pauline
and Ruby Johnson, Mrs. Joe Had-
espeek and her mother, Mrs. C.
Linden, . Mrs. Jake Singer and
daughter Sadie, Mrs. John Schln-
dler. Mrs. Victor Olson. Miss-
Irene Cutler and the hostesses.
Mrs. M. Focht and Mrs. Joseph
Woodburn Mrs. Eugene
Courtney entertained the Wednes
day afternoon bridge club. Those
members present were Mrs. Blaine
McCord. Mrs. Keith Powell, Mrs.
C. J. Espy, Mrs. Frank Settlemler,
Mrs. Henry Miller, Mrs. Lyman
Shorey, Mrs. R. L. Gniss, Mrs.
Fred G. Evenden and the hostess,
Mrs. Courtney. Additional guests
were Miss Mary Scollard, Mrs. A.
Beck, Mrs. John Hunt, and Mrs.
Ray Glatt, all of Woodburn, and
Mrs. Archie Jerman of Salem.
A happy evening, was. spent by
members of the Leslie Can-Do
class Wednesday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pat-
tison in West Salem. A short bus
iness meeting preceded the so-!
cial evening of games and Infor
mal entertainment, directed by
Mrs. Mason Bishop. At the re-
freshment hour. Mrs. Pattison was.
assisted by Miss Thilda Johanson.
. 168 N. 12th. St.
(Next to Agricultural
25c - 35c
Bridge and Dinner
. 50c per plate -Phone
Ecclesia Qlub X .
Members ef the Ecclesia elab
met for ,the regular luncheon
meeting at the 8p Thursday noon
and heard an interestingly infor
mal talk . by Rulus C. Holman.
Covers' were placed for It at this
meeting.- ' .- r.
Wednesday night the elab ' en
joyed a line party at the Elslnore
theatre. Those attending were
Miss .Gold a Wheeler. Miss Flora
TurnbulL Miss Winifred Senn,
Miss Velma Rominger, Mtsa Mar
cella ' Caspell, Miss " Verda Olm
stead. Miss Edna MeElhinney.
Miss Lorn Magee. ' Miss . Elinor
Dorrance, Miss Esther Erlckson,
Miss Charlotte Horning, Miss Be
atrice Loennig; - Miss Norma
Sutherland, Mist Ola Hughes,
Mrs. Mabel Erlckson, and Miss
smmadell , Schwabbauer.
The next meeting of the club
will be sometime in May and this
will mark -the close of its fiscal
year with election of officers as
an order of business.
Mrs. Albert Hunter and Mr
Allan Hunter are snendlnr a t aw
days la Portland. They expect to
eviarn io meir comes today. -
Change is Made
Governor Meier Thnrsdav an
nounced the appointment of John
T. Richardson. James MeKlnnnn
and James Abbott, all of Portland,
as members of the battleship Ore-
ine new appointees succeed
can A Drams, Salem; Laf Man
ning, and Mrs. James McCarren,
Members of the commission
serve at the pleasure of the gov
We will offer for three days only the most sensational
prices on high grade Dress Shoes, Ghillie Ties. White
Faille Cloth' Pumps. Brown and Black Kid and Calf
Pumps and Ties. Sport Oxfords in all the new leathers in
genuine packs, official girl scout shoes, shoes in fact for
all kinds of wear. V v
We will offer in this sale over 1000 pairs of ladies'
and girls' shoes selling from $6.00 to $12.00,
At One Ridiculously Low Price of
This Sale will be for only three days THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY.
Shoes bought in this sale can be charged on your June bill as all merchandistreold
after the 25th goes over to the next month.
r .1, a
Hosiery Special Sample Line
Rollins Lace Top LEATHER
CHIFFON HOSE HANDBAGS
" All Sizes
. . . Black, Brown, Red, Bine, and light Colors, with
ThlS IS the Famom Roll Twist top handles, back straps. Values up to $5.95
... - . . . " " ' '
$2.00 Hose Sale for 3 Days Only at 3 Day Sale at
' $1.00 : $1,95;
Ultimate Economy In School
Administration Will, bt
Oregon taxpayers seeking re
lief from the high eost of edn-
cauonwill find no other method
ultimately so effective as reorgan
ization of small school units in
to larger districts, a method
which -would- at the same time
cause no impairment In efficien
cy of the school system.
This was. in effect, the mes
sage contained in a letter sent
by Charles A. Howard, state su
perintendent of schools, Thurs
day to county school superinten
dents throughout the state.
Howard made it plain, how
ever, that the school districts
should 'be of sufficient size and
valuation to provide stability -ef
school administration at reason
able cost. He declared that the
tread In other states was toward
the larger school eflstrfet
- Statistics Included In Howard's
letter showed ' that In 1 S 1 1 the
tax levies for schools in 2800 dis
tricts in -Oregon ranged from less
than one mill to 4) mills. He said
these figures proved the existing
gross Inequalities In the ability
to support schools.
Closing; of Small
Schools is Advised
Recommendations of Mr. How
ard, relating to the conduct of
rural schools, follow
That small schools be closed
wherever transportation and tu
ltlon can be provided for the pu
pils in an adjoining district at
That boards of schools having
Liboftg mrT "7
L. . William :
Cblrepodltt ana Feet SyeelaBat
la attendance at all tlntee
extra capacity offer " reasonable
tuition to adjoining small schools.
That, wherever possible, two or
mofe' adjoining ' districts be
merged : or consolidated ; looking
.towards better, schools at Jower
costs. The trend toward larger
school districts is s definite step
toward economy and increased ef
ficiency. -- ' ;' : . -
Amosr the suggestions offered
by ' Mr. Howard, in connection
with the town and city schools,
were' the following: ' z., '
'.That school boards offer the
facilities, of. their schools to ad
joining .small districts at reason
able low tuition It extra pupils
can - be accommodated. .
, That costs of transportation, if
provided, be reduced to a level
commensurate with the value of
- That small school buildings in
the larger school systems be
closed temporarily when . paplls
can. be absorbed into the other
That the number of small class
es in high school be reduced and
that elective subjects chosen by
small groups be omitted or offer
ed only in alternate years.
In his general recommendations
Howard stressed the necessity , of
school' boards' analysing their
bonded Indebtedness, and ont-
Steading warrants in. order to. de
termine the exact financial stand
LADD & BUSH,
Commercial and Savings Department
SC:-..: :'75c JT. $1500 IV
All keela eaeeptlatyVjea's leather? 15?
Ing of the district. He also urged o
that , definite provision be i made r, :
In; the school budget for annual u '
payments . on . onUtandingrwar-.Vj
rants as .well as bonds. ' J J . ; "
Other general rec3nmendationsi
were: . tr i 'rv" 'Lv-4?1 5'"" '
Warrants ta Small '!
DeBomtaaUona Urged ..
That school warrants be lsfued
la small denominations -la .order u '
thatthey may ; be mor-4aasilr.-marketable.'
School boardssnlght -well
consider--the plaa of paying
teachers mpnthly salaries jart by
cash and. , part by- warrant dut--
ing the eoasia ;yeaiv .
That estimates tot all neces-.i
sary supniiesC eQalpment, and , J.
transportation: ncaets-l carefully
scrutinized for- possible savings. :
Teachers' salaries In -Oregon-are
low in comparison with those
of adjoining, states. Drastic and
permanent cuts would ultimately.,
result In serious damage to Ore- -'
gon education. It la, therefore,
recommended that any salary re- -adjustments
which seem neces- ,
sary be made as temporary expe
dients only and 0 with definite
plans for ultimately: returning to
present schedules. ,
Howard "oompllmented several .
school- boards hieh are now of- :
faring low tattlon to pupils from...
adjoining small . schools ta dls
triets which are unable to support
a separate school next year- r ' ,
PRICES ON ALL'!
nanananananaaaat t 1- "
REPAIR WORK " ; -
SIlTerton - whw Mr. Erenson is