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The -OREGON STATES3IAN, Salem, Oregon, Sunday Morning June 26, 1932
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Wide-Mouthed Joe E Brown I
Stars in Another big
x Comedy Success
Joe Brown, affectionately
regarded m the current kin of
comedians, follow tip his "Fire
man. Sst My Child" success with
The Tenderfoot," a First Nation
al picture comlns today at War
ner Bros. Elslnore.
. In his latest, wide-mouthed
Joe portrays a Texas rancher who
eoiaes to New York with the last
of his money, which he Intends
to inTeat profitably so he can lift
the mortgage on his ranch. Arm
ed l with his money and hl six
shooters, Joe - becomes - lnyolred
with a theatrical producer, falls
In .lore, huys a show which Is a
fiMnr. tnlracnlouslr and unwit
tingly turns the show Into a howl
ing success, gets mixed up with
lawyers and ladies, erentually
orercomlng all obstacles, lifting
the- mortgage and winning the
flfhe script of Brown's latest
-film funning story was written
hy:Arthur Caesar, Monty Banks
- and Earl Baldwin, generally re
garded as Hollywood's beat con-
- cocters of comedy.
In The Tenderfoot", Joe Is
supported by an especially se
lected cast, with Ginger Rogers In
- th feminine lead. Lew Cody and
Robert Greig appear as thea.tr!-
vcal producers. Vlrlan Oakland Is
seen as a temperamental star.
Others are Wilfred Lucas, Spen
cer Charters, Ralph Ince, Mae
Madison, . Marlon Byron, Harry
Seymour, Jill Dennett and Alan
The producers have glren "The
. Tenderfoot" & more elaborate set
ting than any previous Joe E.
- Brown picture, 4rith the result
that the combination story, cast,
direction and settings bring to
the screen what has been hailed
' by metropolitan critics as among
- the funniest films.
W I'll PJST
Constance- Bennett Starred
. , In Brilliant Story 6f ;
Society Girl .
Gay and brilliant. "Lady With
a Past", the new attraction today
at the Grand' theatre, la another
Constance Bennett starring hit.
;: For the first time In consid
erable period. Miss Bennett la not
cast as & poor working girl or an
erring sister who has fallen and
been redeemed by lore. She Is
east as a wealthy member or a
fashionable social aet.and la thor
oughly conTlncing, as well as al
together lorely In the part. .
Based ' upon Harriet Henry
latest noreL "Lady With a Past"
tells the recy human story of a
lOTe-hungry girl who cannot at
tract men. When ahe sees the
most eligible males flock about
an obvious alren ah la about
ready to glra np.,.
. ,-A trick of 'etrcumstances puts
her in Paris, and there, under the
expert tutelage, of a gay gigolo,
ahe blossoms Into a real charmer.
Ben Lyon,' as the gigolo, makes
the most of a fine part. It Is a
lovable character and Lyon plays
it for an that It la worth
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Final Rites Held ;
I For Earl Aupperle,-.
i iNewport Resident
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JEFTKRSON; Jans 15.;-Fu4
aeralaenrlcss'vfot Earl . EL Ap
perle.jrlio died in -Newport Wed
nesday at 8:Sb p. ra were held
from the Flsher-Braden parlors la
Albany ; Saturday afternoon, la
sharg t the Zlks lodge of which
he was a' member. The body was
taken to Portland for cremation. T
Mr. 'Aupperle was born ttf Hall,
Ja., January 30,ilV3S,; an.djcame;j
with his; parents to Jeirerson in
1101, remaining- hers- until 17 i
when he went t Newport where t A
he haa slate resided. H4 has been
an invalid for many y4rs, ; i -Surviving
him la one son. John :
Gardner Aupperle, jot Sacramento,
Cat; his father. 3. Al "Aupperle, 1
and brother, Guy M.1 Aupperle of
Joe E Brown, who la the romping cowboy In New York
city in the feature, "The Tenderfoot,' bow showing at
Warner Bros. Elsinore. - . -
IS IT HOOD
Recklessly adventurous rather
than romantic, Ronald Coleman
comes to the Hollywood today in
"The Unholy Garden,": as Samuel
Goldwyn's first screen presenta
tion of the year.
-For the first time In two years.
Column is no longer the suave
polished English gentleman. In- j
stead, he la an outcast and a ren
egade, , hiding out with, a doxen
other; refugees from the law in a
strange outpost at the edge of the
Sahara. Disheveled and unshaven,
hair touseled and clothes muss
ed, he Is .a sharp contrast to the
immaculately .groomed hero of
"The Devil to Pay," "Raffles"
and "Bulldas Drummond," his
earlier pictures for Mr. Goldwyn.
jKstella Taylor and Fay Wray
have the principal feminine roles.
As the wanton voluptuary of the
story. Miss. Taylor has the biggest
part since her memorable- appear
ance- In "Cimarron." Miss Wray
is the protected daughter of the
embezzling recluse, hiding at the
. inn.. ' : ' ,,
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TIES Oil LIFE
RIVBRYIEW, ' June IS Mrs.
Frank Boss committed suicide
Wednesday morning, by shooting
herself . through the heart while
sitting on the side of her bed. at
her home hers. She was 4t years
old. Her husband, who waa milk
ing at the barn, returned to find
Mrs. Boss had been in Wyo
ming during the winter, where
she and her husband formerly
lived before purchasing a farm
here several years ago. , She ap
parently never was contented
hero and never lived hero any
length of time, just returned last
week for a ahort visit with her
Remains were burled Saturday
at the Belle Passl cemetery, fol
lowing funeral services held at
School Vote Taken
A school meeting was held
Monday afternoon. Mrs. Herman
Zeller was elected director to
succeed Ivan Funk.
The Rieley family will hold
their annual reunion at their pic
nic grove here Sunday. All
friends and relatives are invited.
A basket dinner will bo enjoyed
shingled, a new chimney built in
the kitchen and the interior of
the -main hall repainted and is
planning to buy new curtains for
the mala hall.
After the business -meeting
readings were given by Mrs. H.
Phillips and Mrs. J. F. C. Teken
burg. Lunch was served by Mrs.
Patton and Mrs. H. Phillips on
long table centered with wild
flowers. Mrs. A .H. Fuestman
and Mrs. H. X. Martin were in
charge of the afternoon pro
Pretty Constance Bennett seems to be giving "one of
those looks" to Ben Lyon; Whateyer it is will be revealed
in the feature at ;the Grand today, Tady With a Past,'
Board . .
By OLIVE M. DOAK
TWO AMITY CLUBS
n ST NIC
Today- Constance Bennett,
Ben Lyon In "Lady With a
Wednesday Pola Negri, Ro
land Young In "A Woman
Friday Victor McLaglen In
"Not Exactly Gentlemen."
LIBERTY, Jane 25 Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Pierre are receiving con
gratulations upon the birth of
son born Thursday evening. The
young man who weighed 10
pounds has been named Daniel
Grange Women do
In Quarter Period
MACLEAT, Juno 15 At tho
meeting of tho Homo Economics
club held -at tho hall Thursday
afternoon reports were given by
tho various members on tho state
grange conventions held in Sll
verton and future hall improve
ments were discussed.
During tho past Quarter the
club has had tho grange hall re-
SYOUTCE-JEST TOE GAL PEf?
Ronald Cohnan and Fay Wray in a scene from "The
Unholy Garden," now at the Hollywood.
Aid Society Puts
Parsonage in Order
For New Minister
8ILVERTON, June 25 Tho
Methodist Ladies' Aid society
held its regular meeting Thurs
day afternoon at the social rooms
01 the cnurcn. Hostesses were
Mrs. Ed Langley, Mrs. Roscoo
Langley and Mrs. B. G. Gaffey.
The report allowed a satisfying
profit from tho dinners served
during tho grange meeting.
It was also reported that the
members of the society were re-
paperlng the parsonage and
cleaning it up preparatory to the
arrival of the new pastor next
Boys' Gardens Are
Result of Project
Work in 4-H Clubs
BILVERTON. Juno 25 Tea
young SUverton boys have aplen
did gardens as a result of 4-H
work under tho direction of Miss
Hannah Olsen, principal of tho
Eugene Field, building. Each
garden must hare five different
Those taking part in the pro-JX
Ject are Glen Baker, Glen Cross, ! Y
George Hayes. Leslie Dougherty, I
Arthur Daugherty, Vernon Weath-
erlll. Ahra WeatherilL Erstln
Matheny. Maurice Davla and Hu
bert Rice. -
Sunday Menu Feature
Complete Dinner with the
Hard Rolla, Salt 8tleks and
Poppy Seed Rolls
Served 11:00 to 9:00
Fried Chicken and Many
Other Delicious Entrees
sea State Street
HE FELL FOR
X -BRANDED CALVES!
Y A Rodeo of Roars!
with GINGER ROGERS
Tho Queen of Radio
Moonlight for Two'
AMITY, Juno 25 The mem
bers of tho Civic Improvement
club and tho Amity commercial
dab and their families will hare
a joint picnic at the Amity City
park on Tuesday, Juno 23. Thej
commercial club members will
spend the afternoon cleaning up
the parks. A picnic dinner will
be served at f o'clock.
Duo to tho absence of Rev. F. L.
Cannell who la at tho general con
ference In Portland, A. O. Carrlck
will occupy the pulpit at the Meth
odist church Sunday. .
Robert Callander had two ribs
broken while driving cattle; it was
dusk and In herding them ho ran
into a atump. ,
.At tho recent meeting. of the
Ladles' social service club, all for
mer emcers were again elected:
president. Miss Mary McGowan;
Tke president, Mrs. E. O. Moore;
teeretary, Mrs. McCready; and
treasurer, Mrs. Lucy Massey, ,
Rickey Sunshine Club
- Has All-Day Session
RICKEY, June 25 An all day
meeting of tho Rickey Sunshine
wun a pot luck lunch at
noon, was held t th inm&
Mrs. William f. Carothera Thura
dsy. The next OMtinr win v.
held July la and will be in the'
ai.uro or a picnic wtth the hus-1
bands and children as guests.
Trhf were Mrs. Cecil
McNeil. Mrs. Floyd Beard, Mrs.
red .mer' Mr- C. D. Courtnler.
r. n. uourtnier. Mrs. J.
mer, Mrs. F. G. Fulton. Mr.
Fora Both. ' -
WARNER BROS. ELSINORR
Today Joe E. Brown In "The
Wednesday Sylvia Sidney
and Frederick March In
"Merrily We go to Hell."
Frlday-Kay Franeia in
"Street of Women".
Today Ronald Colman in
"The Unholy. Garden".
Wednesday Marleno Dietrich
in "Shanghai Express". -
Friday Douglas Fairbanks
in "Around the World in
How 4o Danish
i TAt Penalty of -
tlaple Heste Metsea
- Used by Tboetaads '
Tat tmaB qmMif tit Nafiifctw, apply to
clp iutt lika yom wM -toM. Tha arayaaal
diMppaar oradaaHy a if bf mantel Yaur
dotal ffiiMi caaaat dalaet rkat oa ara do.
Today, Monday and
A Homo Owned Theatre
HOME OP 25c TALKIES
Today 2 to 11 P. M.
hq. TkJc iaitpimia Matted pradaeaa cartaie
aMiomi iMairt. in a ttqwa tmparti any
color. Tha laak-Rte qaalilia af Nouriituaa
daaaat th tcalp axl famowat dandraff. Naari-
hiaa caaaot iaiar ma hair . . . aa fha caatri
$10$ ear bottia at aod daeWa.
It H banafidal,
Far battar ratwlfl at NaarltMa Sfcami
ror .oanar ratwiri j NaaritMn Shampa.
CaMala a acids that aMar Mm actiaa W
WrMr fwwtnt UJUrt. t a fe
tlovrUMao Mcuwfacfariag Co.
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Hove (or fuatttves Poiodlea lor
lowt r , eKTMaj
Added Attraction -We Present on the Stage
"The Miracle Woman" with the
And Princess Pat aged seven years) Will Call Anyone
by Name or Describe any Article Requested While on
the Stage, Blindfolded!
11 v rrTi I today j 1
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DESOTO IS SO EASY TO HAN
DLE THAT ANY SEVEN YEAR OLD
CHILD CAN DRIVE IT
See "PRINCESS PAT" HOLTON
THE SEVEN YEAR OLD MARVEL
USmG THEMW DESOTO SIX
MITOAlTf E2:30 P. tl.
Starting from tie State Cafeteria .
iSl STAT ST.
- " and rcosniNa tbz dxxyz at Tin .
DeSoto Sales Agency
TRINCES3 PAT" WILL APPEAR AT THE
fqu orni vrczz cojuiencing stjndat matinee
PRIVATE HOME FURMSHIJSIGo OF
! SIMON DIRECTOR
744 N. COTTAGE ST. MONDAY 10 A. M.
By special arrangement the entire furnishings of this
well appointed home will be disposed of at public auction
without reserve piece by piece. This home is furnished
completely with only the most choice, of exclusive home
furnishings. To the lovers of fine furnishings this Is an
opportunity seldom offered to secure the best at your
own price. Following Is a brief description of tho many
fine, things to be offered t
Large 2-pIeee overstuffed suite In the finest of brocaded
mohair, down filled wing chair,1 Cub chair in tapestry,
Cogswell chair in combination mohair, Bungalow piano in
walnut, Grandfathers clock in mahogany. Console set
in solid mahogany, 9x12 domestic Oriental ru; Console
mirror, fire set, 9x12 Wilton rug, 2 fine smoke sets, serr
era! fine Wilton scatter rugs, curtains and drapes for
the living room, mantle Chinese clock, Chinese lacquer
end table, floor and bridge lamps, most exclusive Span-
range, Universal 3-pIate gasrange, full porcelain Cope
land electric refrigerator, automatic electric washer,
Royal electric sweeper and many hundred smaller items
too numerous to mention. Johnson's electric polisher,
also baby buggy.
AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: This Is an exceptionally fine
home furnished with only the best in modern home fur- -nlshings.
Every piece is in excellent condition and many
of the finer pieces are practically as good as new. It Is
not often that I have the pleasure to offer at public
auction without reserve a home of fine furnishings
- such as these. "
TO THE PUBLIC OF SALEM: This is an opportunity
f r of selecting what yon need at your own price as every
thing in this fine home must be disposed of regardless
of price. Be wise and take advantage of this rare op-.
portunity. . - ::"';-'.
Per tout convenience this home will be onen for nubile
ish dining suite, mahogany gateleg table, china, ntensQs inspection all day Sunday. June 26, from 10 a. m. until
and everything complete for the dining room; 9-pieee
bedroom suite in the finest black Chinese lacquer; 5
pieee hardwood decorated bed room suite, several fine
beds, springs imd mattresses, also Simmons box springs
and Simmons Beautyrest mattress, fins walnut and
cedar hope chests, pictures 5-pieee upholstered break
fast set in the best in Wicker; fu3 enamel cast Superior
UW(CVUUu Ti" UOJ u Ji auua vp uvua aw :
4 p. n. Coma and critically inspect what yon want to
secure at your own price; .
Place of Sale: AT THE PRIVATE RESIDENCE
744 N. Cottage SL, on M0NJ)AY, JUNE 27, 10 A. IL
'.''FRANK D1KECTOR, Auctioneer