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Thfe OREGON ST AT3MAN. Sated, Oreiyaru Ktriidav Morning. DwtmWf if, 1932
To be Colorful
Plan for the second annual
coanty nigh school music festi
val to be held Dec. It at the Sa
lem high school are being per
fected with the completed regis
tration that la being sent In from
the various schools.
Miss Neima Baylor, graduate of
Oregon State college directs the
musie at Woodburn. Two groups
from this school will appear at
the teetlvaL A girls glee club of
S3 members will sing JL'JSutrelll
ta", Pon and "Heav'n Ileav'a",
Burleig. The Woodburu boys
quartette will present "Manda
lay", Speaks, and "Home on the
The following are members of
the girls glee club: Martha Ar
il ay, Mary Alice Cony no. Vera
Culp, Joan Frceburg, Kathryn
Rowe, Ruth Heusser, Barbor Jen
sen, Virginia Kestel, Irene Lem
ery, Catherine MeCormlck, Norma
Moshberger, Jean Richmond,
Daisy Schrock, Edna Schrock, Ha
zel Schrock, Kathleen Shorey, Fi
delia Sicard, Lavola Sinram, Lois
SL Helen, Hazel Trullinger, Hilda
Trullinger, Martha Tyler, Helen
Woodfin. The accompanied for ttie
group is Vera Jean Huber.
The personnel of the boys quar
tette is as follows: Wesley Ebey,
first tenor; Carroll Olsen, second
tenor: Dennis Froemke, first
bass; Peter Larson, second bass
Helen Woodtin accompanies tne
The singing organizations at
Woodburn high school furnish
music for many school programs I
and hold an active place in com-
munity affairs. The girls quar- i
tette has won highest honors at J tlonal church will sponsor a ba
the For& '. Grove tournament for zaar beginning at 2 o'clock Tues
three consecutive years in Class dav afternoon. Mrs. C. H. Fake
B. These musical groups plan to
present an operetta next March,
directed by Miss Saylor.
Other high schools besides Sa-
lem to have representative work
at the festival are Aumsville.
Hubbard, Gervais ?n ! s'lverlon.
Aurora Friday was a gala
day at the E. E. Bradtl home, at
which time a pre-holiday bridge
luncheon was served in compli-
ment to the Friday bridee club1
and a few additional guests. The
luncheon table presented a holi-
day scene of snow laden forest i
and a jovial faced Santa Claus
guiding fleet footed reindeer to a
snow-bound cabin. Holding win
ning scores were Mrs. A. L.
Strickland, Mrs. J. Y. Sadler
and Mrs. C. E. Gilbreath.
The guest list Included Mr3. C.
B. Gilbreath, Mrs. Frank Miller,
Mrs. Walter Grim, Mrs. U. Eiler.
Mrs. Ben Stoner, Mrs. B. F.
Giesy, Mrs. J. W. Sadler, Mrs
A. W. Kell, Mrs. A. L. Strick-,
land and Mrs. L. O. Olesv. ;
West Salem Miss Thilda i
Johanson was a charming host-1
ess at the home of her sister, ;
Mrs. Robert Pattison Friday
night. -Attractive Christmas de-
corations in red acd green in- j
eluding holly and Oregon grape ;
and gay crepe paper festooning
with colorful chrysanthemums j
aad softly shaded lights added to
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lfr to tally
18 the front of
to a wall
2$ a tableland
dises 17 appointed
28 a festival
S8 a water
4 was obli
gated 47 coanes
tlvo .60 strove to
52 is able
63 record of
chases 66 went in
Herewith is the solution to Sat
News and Club
:0UVE M. DOAT,
the beauty of the living rooms I
where a number of tables of
cards vera la play.
The guests i&claded the Misses
Lois Manning, Jessie Harriott,
Elva Strlter, DoTotha Manning,
Lorna Howard, Bernlce Cowden,
Myrtle McClay, Lora McGee,
Opal Gossner, Clara Burlap, Luln
McClay, Helen Hiller, Emma
DelL Ruth Stover. Esther KieU
mler, Elva Ellison, Hazel Elli
son, Nadlne Linn. Rath Kitchen,
Ruth Givens, Thilda Johanson
and Mrs. Robert Pattisou.
Devoted to Sewing
The members of the auxiliary to
the National Association of Let
ter Carriers met with Mrs. Frank
Prince for an all-day session Fri
day and spent the hours sewing
for Red Cross needs.
Officers were also elected for
the ensuiDg year as follows: Pres
ident, Mrs. Floyd Volkel; vice
president, Mrs. Frank Zinn; secre
tary, Mrs. William O'Neill; mis-tr&ss-at-arms,
Mrs. Chester Nich
ols; chaplain. Mrs. Arthur Welch,
and standard bearer. Miss Ethel
The gioup will meet at the
home of Mrs. Volkel Monday to
tie two quilts which will be given
Present were Mrs. Chester Nich
ols, Mrs. Roy Yung, Mrs. Arthur
Welch. Mrs. F. E. Barnick, Mrs.
Floyd Volkel, Mrs. Frank Zlnn,
Mrm William TNill. Mrs. Frank-
Prince, Mrs. Harmon Garrett.
Mr9 ArthUr Gibbard, Mrs. Dudley
Taylor, Mrs. Guy Boyce and Miss
Florence Cottew, a special guest,
Women of the First Congrega-
j9 general chairman for the ba
zaar and Mrs. B. B. Flack and
Mrs. E. J. Donnel are in charge
ot the dinner plans. Dinner will
1 be served from 5:30 o'clock on
! in the evening and the public Is
'invited to attend.
: The Woman's Home Missionary
.society will meei with Mrs. C. M
Roberts at her home on Shipping
street Wednesday afternoon at
2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Belle Roberts
will have charge of the devotions
and Mrs. H. J. Humphreys win
present the lesson. Tea will be
served at a late hour. Members
and friends are inv'ted.
Faculty Women's club of Wil-
lamette university will be guests
nf Mr w V TCirk Thursdav at
her State street home for the reg-
ular afternoon meeting beginning
at 2:30 o'clock. There will ba an
innovation to this meeting how
ever, for at a later hour men of
tha nniversity faculty are Deing
invited in for a 'Christmas party."
Mrs. 3. M. Vandersal, recenUy
or Boisf Idaho, v. here she made
her home for several years with
her daughter, Marie, U a guest in
Salem at the home of Mrs. J. A.
Henderson, 152 North 13th street,
Mrs. Vandersal with her family
made her home in Salem for
many years, where s'.ie has a large
circle of frierd.
2 call forth
4 poems to be
set to music
6 color used
as a danger
trates 8 doctrine
11 rnb out
16 niece of
tion 21 destiny
22 fill in '
23 falls short
30 united by
33 latter part
of the day,
36 sooner thaa
42 an institu
' 49 freed froar
. 61 a female
p.;rl PMrvM. Rnv
Ohriatma is the center of at
tention for Girl Reserves of Sa
lem these days. Each year thia
organisation plan ejaeolal Christ
mas for the children ef the tu
berculosis hospital. Before the
gifts are taken to the hospital
for presentation, the Reverves
hold a "gift ceremonial" each
bringing the gifts to b taken.
This gift ceremonial will be an
erent of December 19 At the
T. M. O. A. Her both the mem
bers and friends are invited to
come for the pleasing and Christ
mas? spirit demonstrated by the
ceremonial. Mrs. Rath Verateeg
will have charge of the music
Music will represeat carols from
different countries and practice
is well under way. The first re
hearsal will be Thursday evening
at 6:30 o'clock in the T. W. O. A.
The high school will meet MoaJ
day to practice its music repre
senting "Spain"; eighth grade
Parrish will also meet Monday to
work on ceremonial plans. This
group is in charge of the cere
monial. Leslie will represent England
in it musio and will meet Tues
day for practice; seventh and
ninth Parrish Reserves will rep
recent Denmark and will meet for
practice Wednesday; Garfield will
have French carols and will meet
for practice Thursday as will En
glewood Reserves who have Ger
man carols to sing.
Washington Reserves will meet
at the. Y. W. C. A. for a Christ
mas tree and program Wednesday
for a Christmas tree and nro-
gram sponsored by the Elklns' ;
Womea'4 club were made Wed
nesday when the group were en
tertained by Mrs. J. L. Nelson
and Mrs. N. A. Nelson. The
Christmas affair which Is an an
nual occurrence will be held as
usual in the Elkins set: oo lie use.
Members and guests present
were: Mrs. Mets Hubbard, Mrs.
William Horton, Mrs. Frank
Laughary, Mrs. T. McEldowney.
Mrs. Sterling Crook, Mrs. A. T
Plummer, Mrs. Joe Tetherow,
Mrs. Jesse Johnson. Mrs. Fred
bcnou, Mrs. m. sa. hddcti, airs.
Vera Slawson, Mrs. Harry Blod
gett, Mrs. Percy Lamb, Mrs. Dell
Tedrow. Mrs. Ralph Podson, Mrs.
Riley, Mrs. N. A Nelson Jr., and
Mrs. O. A. Wolverton and Mm.
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L!TTLE ANNIE RODNEY
YOU "oTAY PUT an dotcha
LET MOBOO 5EE1 Vk IP
UICKV, t W0MT BE BACK
EVEMiMG IF I AIMT UCICV-
ILL BE BACK IM TJUST A
TOOTS AND CASPER
HAV I LEAVE
VOL) FOR A
COUPLE OF HOURS,
IS OUT AND I HAVE
Fred O'Reurke -eutertaiucl; at Ml
afternoon tea- Uondsgn'At-:tUe
fanner's home for '-thea la&s;
Mrs. F. B. Derby. MrsWXecki
Cooper, Mrs. W. R. Graham,
Mrs. Taos, Gentle, Mrs. Glenn I
White ker, Mrs. Belle McKnight,
Mrs. L. B. Howard. Mrs: p. L.
Sellers. Mrs. F. R. Bowersox.
Mrs.; John Scott. Mrs. It. B.
Sweusoa, Mrs. J. F. Ran to and
Mrs. S. C. Hatladay. Sewlug oc
cupied part of the afternooa.
Mrs. Bniena Bales was elected
president of the Daughters of Vet
erans of It Civil War at the
election and annual "homecoming-
field Friday night at the
Other officers elected were:
Senior vice-president, Mrs. Elisa
beth Skerris; ianlor vice-presi
dent, Elva Mortimer; chaplain.
Mrs. Effie Ulrich; patriotic in
structor, Mrs. LncTeta Esch, and
treasurer, Mrs. Mabel Gardner.
Council members include Mrs.
Luclnda Erslign. Mrs. Banmgard
ner and Miss Arms Swadell.
Names of. appointive officers
will be announced at a later date.
Refreshments were served at the
conclusion of the meeting.
Is Jolly One
A progressive party proved a
delightful evening far members
of the Engl wood 0. B. society
Friday night. The affair began
with games and songs at the
homes -of B. H. Pero and J. C.
Hill. Refreshments were served at
H. P. Grant home
Miss Ruth .and Miss Elizabeth
Grant were assisted in serving by
Miss Lila Green and Mrs. n. P.
Grant. Twenty-three guests were
resent for the Jotty affair.
The Junior Maslcians club met
Wednesday with Its advisor, airs.
W. R. Bush, and enjoyed a brief
musical program and later a re
freshment hoar was enjoyed.
Names were drawn for the annual
Christmas party enjoyed by this
Mr. and Mrs. Kmil Aufrance.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Fltflet of Dal
las and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Bean
and Frances, Virginia and Arlie
were birthday dinner guests at
the home of Mrs. If. B. Bean on
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Society. Will (Meet-
Tie Foreign Missionary society
of the First Methodist church will J
meet at the. church at 2:15 o clock
Wednesday afternoon.' A short
business meeting presided over by
Mrs. A. A. Lee, . president, will
Precede the) Caaistaias program.
j?-Je<n yjf the program will
V a clrele o(:L) members of the
society toTBied'about the Christ
mas tree to represent the- 19
branch missions and tbe will
sing "I Love to Tell the Story,"
while a collection will bo taken.
Mrs. A. A D. Evans will lead the
Mrs. F. A. Legge is in charge
of the program. Mrs. H. M. Durk
h aimer has the devotions. Miss
Ruth Field, who will return in
February for her third term as
foreign missionary in India from
tie First Church, will recount In
cidents of the recent national
Women's Foreign Missionary so
ciety meeting attended by her in
AU members are urged to be
present for this meeting.
Weds in Portland
The marriage of Roman Guen
ther, well known In Salem, was
married in Portland Saturday
night to Miss Thelma Lucille
Tallhelm of Los Angeles.
- The marriage took place in the
new home which Mr. Guenther
has just completed at 780 Hol
gate street, Portland. The ro
mance which culminated in this I
marriage began In Salem last
summer when Miss Tallhem was
spending the summer months
with Mrs. B. J. Peterson, an old
Mrs. Peterson acted as matron
of honor and Mr. Peterson was
best man. Prof. T. S. Roberts
played the wedding march. The
wedding was a very quiet one.
Mr. Guenther is known espe
cially well through his work In
constructing some of the most
prized pipe organs of Salem.
Mrs. Hannah Martin will be the
speaker for the regular T:I0
o clock meeting Tuesday of the
Credit Women's Breakfast clnb
at the Marlon hotel. Members will
bring Christmas supplies, either
food staples or clothing, for the
family taken care of by the olab
Thanksgiving. As a special f eatur
of the program Ladd A Bush staff
members will present a "get ac
At the fourth annual cat show
held in Portland recently Mrs.
Dan Kellaher's "Sir Archie," yel
low Persian, won first place, and
"Golden Tuft," yellow Persian of
Miss Juana Holmes, won second
la the class.
OH. SO TkAEJRS
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"A HowIUifc Sncress"
Cl SIK Pffl
MACLKAT. Dee. 10. Holly,
Christmas ferns and a Christmas
tree formed the decorations for,
the no host meeting of the 4-M
club which was held at the grange
hall Wednesday. A pot luck -dinner
was served at noon.
At the business meeting all of
ficer were unanimously elected
including: president, Mrs. Charles
Baker; vice president, Mrs, H. B.
Martin; secretary. Mrs. M. M. Ma
gee; treasurer, Mr. J. T. C. Te
kenburg. During the social hour game
were enjoyed and Christinas gifta
exchanged. Short talks war giv
en by H. E. Martin, G. Meialnger.
C Baker. A. F. Lewis and O. W.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Meislager gave
a group of vocal duets and read
ings were given by A. H. Fuest
man, Stella Culver and J. F. C.
Mrs. Stella. Culver. Mrs. R.
Clark and Mrs. M. M. Magee will
be hostesses for the January
Chris tens en Heads
Council of County
MONMOUTH, Dec. O. C
Christensen of Monmouth Is chair
man of the newly organised Polk
county council of the American
Legion and auxiliary perfected at
Dallas last week. Mrs. C. 0. Pow
ell, Monmouth, la secretary-treas
The purpose of the council Is
to assist In aiding needy families
of ex-service men in the county.
Others attending the unit meeting
from Monmouth were: J. L. Nor
ris, L. B. Howard, L B. Forbes,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lorence, Mrs
Christensen. Mrs. P. H. Schwelser
and Mrs. Verne Caldwell.
SEW FOR FARM HOME
TURNER. Dec. 10 The W. 0
T. U. will meet Wednesday after
noon. December 14, at S o clock.
at the home of Mrs. O. L. Stand
lev. Members and friends will
bring sewing or anything they
have for the Children's Farm
Women of the a axillary to the
Marlon County Medical society
win meet for a covered dish sup
per with Mrs. O. A. Downs Tues
day night at 1:10. Thia will be
followed by a program for which
Dr. H. R. Laalett of Corvallis will
be the main speaker.
Birdie, Horace ?
fwa. anruQE. opths.
UOr BeMSZSHVOU BETTEEeii ALOkia
I Radio I
, Program J
gmroAT. sccrxBsn n
KOW foitUnS ra x.
8:64 Maniac MaiteaW. .
S:Se 8aer Mrt.
13:00 Wrj-me Uag aa UU Orckaatrft,
12:80-Har ai Wonkiy. KBC
1 :0 ftatioaai I oat uwfwtbN, HBO.
2:00 Hatiaaa! Vtipara, tTBtX
3:e RiebarA MaatCMacry Bak Chat.
S :00 On tka Duk.
t:99 Wflaaiatta- aui malty.
4 : 1 3 TMd Maraaw. piaaa.
4 :i Great Mia ia HiaUrr. HBO.
6: IS Aiaertea Albaai af Taaiiliar ata
7:15 Atwator Km! fiaal aaeirio, SBC
S:3 Taa MA Hattaca.
10:19 Cianit qoartat.
1 0 :S Tk Oaaaialiata.
11:00- Bal Taaaria arehaatra. XBO.
11:15 T Xrvaiax Star.
S:ftO Sat tka TbaBH arraa, CBS.
lOrOe Oataaatat kaar, OB8.
10:18 Calaaikia Ckuck af tka Air OB 8.
11:1C Albert ktalotta, araa.
11 TrmncMC Del Caajpa, DUS.
13:00 New T PkiRianaoaJO Orm-
S:00 Prof. liaasley, DLB3.
3:15 Raabt Ksfaia. DLB8.
3:M Paraicn Legtaa, CBS.
4:00 Dr. Jmling KJehi, "Worli Bmsl-
4:1S Saw World Sjmponr- CBS.
4:4i Oaata Miaa Btactec Url. CBS.
6:re Tka Melody kaar. DLB3.
7 :00 FTloffdlT Knee, CBS.
T :20 Bnctl Halcketoa, piaaiit, 0BS.
S :00 'KHJ MaiTFaakars. ULBS.
o :00 Tha Wanderer.
10:'S0 Tad Fta Bta'a arcbetra, DLBS.
11:00 Midnirnt Maada, DLBeJ.
Frozen Pipes and
Cars Bnnsr Cares
In Wake of Freeze
JEFFERSON. Dec. 10 The cold
snap came as a surprise to most ,
people, as they were not ready tor
it. The thermometer registered II
above Thursday morning, and
from all indications, it may get
colder. Water pipes were frosen
and also autos. Otherwise no ser
ious results have resulted, as yet.
Virgil Weddle, farmer living
four miles southeast of Jefferson,
underwent a major operation at
the Deaconess hospital Tuesday.
His condition was reported as sat
isfactory as could be expected.
Mrs. T. O. Kester has been re
moved from the Albany General
hospital to the home of her .bro
thers. J. R. and Paul McKee and
families, la Jefferson, where she
is convalescing from an opera
tion. POTXUCK FluiNXKD
LIBERTY. Deo. 10. Members
of the Red Hills grange and their
families will enjoy a potluck din
ner at 6:30 p. m. preceding the
rerular me-etlnar Tnsdar. Derem-
HOBDAY, DECBXBZX It
KO AO Corralll MO KT
orniat MMitatioaa. lad mw
. Praf. .'VT. warriattaa.
10 Hcc 1Ltmtomltr rTat. '
IS Fana kaar. . I
S:8 Oeatistrr mi Health.'"
8:00 I. E. W. WeiU "StniUrui
and Otaar rnnetioaar ' fpeack
I : A Tarn Uka II AatkaajfEewac
. , Tana.
f;10 Db W. A. SraaeafalS "A(Ti-
T:0 "Tba Kataml 4-B Clab Coactaa
. at Catcats." as to IS hj H. 0.
Sayaioar aa4 tea Orfwa 4Uaa
tiaa, SilJ Orosoa Pt - Bes Hut Libb
:?0 Science Stmt af tk Weak.
BLGW Partlaad S2t Ba.
6:0A jfaraiag Seaehiaa.
:1 Vokin acaol.
:43 Arioa trio, KBC.
lii-.UA Voaw't Mc"te. JTBC.
11.15 Fana aad Boeaa kaac. 5 BO.
1:45 Orraa latarlade.
3:30 Tea Tiata Huetr.
9: ii Daaea Meetm, BBC
4 15 Porvica Affair).
4: SO Lata Gardet. r'heetra. KfiO.
4:4i Tka Waaderinr MiaatraL
5:00 Oaka Sereaaaen. XBC.
:00 Captain Erria.
6:15 Orefceatra, KBC.
7 :00 Oat Tax PrekUat, NBO.
7:SO DeaW Tataa twu, NB0.
: Aaraa 'a' Aadr. BO.
S: IS Hotel Peaaarlveaia errkeatra.
19:1S Ketty'e aaaca arckestra.
11:1S Tbe Creciag Slur.
BOOT Partlaad e BU.
6:00 KION Klack.
6:30 O.S.C. farm extebiioa terTiaa.
9:15 Buddr Harrod'i orchestra, CBS-
9 :0S Columbia rerae, I BS.
10:00 Georr Hail' rckeUa. CBg.
11:0 Nativaal St'i(!ent fereflea, CBS
11:15 Tka CajMJTatori, CE8.
11:30 Aneriraa Hckoot of the Air, CBS.
3:04 faminiaa Paaeiai. DLB3.
C:00 0B3 featara.
8:30 "ilyterie of Peria." CBS.
7:00 Muie Tat Satijfiea. CB.
8:00 Seort Tlalia.
l'):30 Btaaley Sni'k'i aicheetra. bl.BA
11:90 Dancing with tka Start, DLUi
Brermaa and 19tk. i. H. Brikroe, paa
tor. Snadar tekoel. 0:4 3. M amine wor
afcip. It. Ioe 0d Antwer Prfrl"
Act 13. S, 11. KTomnjf worahip. 7:80,
"DaawatkMi Bailwar, Ua Qoiek Weote ta
Hell." Yovac people' BMllcr. 6:30,
'Ckrlil tka Kof'j Mr. DaraM A&dar
aaa. leader. Special an': neraiaf aad
Soutk Conaiercial at Mrera. C. lrlow
Johatoa, pa tor, 348 aet UTera. peeaa
0SS7. Ckarck arkool, 9:45, V. af. Beckett,
laperinteadeat. Morrtsf werablp, 11.
"Rejeicinc ia Uope" ; antkaaj. "Tka
Earth ia the Lord'a" (Wooler). Hipp
eraaias hoar, 7 :S0. "A Great DeteeliTe ;
er ternea led by C- S. Orwtr, anUieea.
"Mf Jaiai I Loa Thea"' (Wretarell),
br laalar eiioir. TTiree leerre preeediBf
ereoinf fcerrlre. Midweek aerTl e ThBr
a7. 7: JO, at parona. ronti .-iac rT
of Mark' a feepal. Ckotr rehearaala, !lfra.
Marjerie Walker Retr'.ffe diretlvf, Mea
W. Karl Cochran, paclor. Cborir. theal
9:40, ktra, "W. A. Barkni, irperltrtenieat.
Moraiag worship. 10:50, "Dawn at
Dk"; anthees. ' Hirk. Hark. Mr Roul"
9heUer, incidental fcoloi br lire. Tarlar
aad Mra. McAllrawr. B.Y.P.U.. :S0. a
ntntr womb if. 7:S9. "Throolt tr.e Pa
iata tka Lifht." Tmtteri maatln Maa
dan 7:20. Lera'.t? cien aoHal Tatday.
Prayer and fellowship arire Wcrlij-idar,
foltowad by diae?e metrrc Oaoir aail
ordieetra reheariel Tbsrsder. 7:!!0. A
Cjel!n eiioir ef Lifie'd cn 'fe Friday,
By WALT DISNEY
COME OV1. ZEPO - WE GOTTA GO "yJ
50ME. PLACE. EL6C!-W THAT PLACE, rp&
LSJLE5S A WO 15 BSCERM A GiAWT
LAlXsr WWEV1 VtXJ
":i AND MAKE IT A