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Tho OREGON STATESMAN, Sakm. Oregon, Salarday Morning. June 3, 1933 -
OF LEGION DUE
Thousands, Including Vets
"... From an Over. Oregon,
To Greet Johnson
(Continued tram pass 1)
Church, north to Court, west to .
Commercial, sooth to' Tvrry sad
east to the armory where they will
disband. Major Elmer V. Wooten, 1
la charge of the parade, hae an
nounced the following order of
- First section. Captain Arthur B.
Bates commanding Detachments
from Companies B. I and L, ltld
Infantry; - headquarters battery,
and medical detachment, 249th
coast artillery; massed colors of
the American lesion posts repre
sented hero today; Capital post
national champion drum corps;
National Commander Johnson and
his official party.
Second section, Herman Brown,
Capital post, commanding AW
bany post No. 10 legion band,
marching delegations from legion
: posts outside of Salem, Conrallis
legion drum corps.
. Third section. Captain Willis E.
Vlnoeat commanding" - Capital
post eadet band, members ot Capi
tal post. American legion auxiliary
" members will march with their re
spective post delegations.
Johnson to Speak
In Armory at 8:80
Commander Johnson will deliv
er his official message to Oregon
legionnaires and citizens at the ar
mory following the parade, at
(about S:S0 o'clock. After the ar
mory program, Capital post will
sponsor a dance at Crystal Gar
dens, starting at 9 o'clock.
Whether or not the national
commander will remain here oyer
tonight was not known by Chair-.-'
man Maison last night. If he
should stay on Into Sunday, spe
cial arrangements will be made
for his entertainment
Commander Johnson Is to ar
rive la Portland at 7 o'clock this
morning aboard the Portland
Rose. There he Will attend several
informal meetings, and depart for
Salem with his official party at
ADDRESS AT 1I1Y
AMITY, June t Commence-
ment exercises of the Amity TJn-1
Ion high school was held Thurs-
day ight, at flock In the au-
ditorium. The following program
" " . , i
tra; processional, orchestra; in-
vocation, Shumaker; aalutatorian,
Ml MM CIS
Elsie PumaU; solo. Eleanor Mas-life
sey; aoaress. ian uuwicn; pre-
sentlng ot awards, A. N. Arnold;
solo, G. M. Nicholson; valedlctor
lan, Ruth Chrlstensen; presenting
of diplomas, Eugene Wilson; ben
Ruth Chrlstensen was chosen
for the scholarship to attend Liu
field college and Chester Steph
ens and Gwendolyn Davidson were
chosen as the outstanding stu
dents and shall hare their names
placed on the placard in the hall
of the school
Those, receiving their diplomas
ware; Ella C. Uleea. Nancv Ellen!.
Badger. Bertha Elolse Badger,
Ruth E. Chrlstensen, Gwendolyn Jj Franz and Ewald Frans is a j ot talented youngsters in. the con
L.; Davidson, Clyde W. Earl, Hel- member ot the Philharmonic choir h8 Saturday. Those picked
en ttiancue uidds, signa J. tiem-i
onen, Ernest J. Jensen, Eleanor
Arline Massey, George F. McCar
ty.'. Irma Mae Mitchell, Wlllard
Mitchell. Harry M. Nedrow, Perry
..O. Nedrow, Helen Irene Parrln,
Wallace A. Pearce, Elsie M. Pum
ala, Charlie W. Reed, Winifred L
Robison, Barbara Deli Rogers, Al
ice Juno Schaeffer, Viola Helen
Setala, Irene A. Snellman, Chester
Merrte' Stephens, Ohlin G. Star,
Eugene Tallman, Harry E. Tomp-
' kins, Wlllard J. Tompkins.
SCHOOL IS GENERAL
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resolution eame on heels of an-1
nounoement that Chemawa had
been ordered closed.
In addition to matters above
mentioned, three other salient
reasons help cnomawa worxers
and tho older students to hope
w r -
These are: j First, the closing
order was aooarently made on the
basis ot report made by Dr. Ryan
ot tho federal office about five
years ago, before tho vocational
program was inaugurated; sec-
ond, ln no other Indian school do
ohIM ran luarn tho. Him nf nap.
esBiues by earning scrip with
which they buy these needs, and
third, health j of Chemawa pupils
is more caretuny guarded than
possible In the public school. On
me grounds is a 40-bed modern
nospiun, oniy recently equipped
wnn x-ray ana ultra violet raylHayden.
mac nine ana other modern ap -
Will Rise Today
PORTLAND. June 2. f AP
Announcement that the price ot
sasuuu wouia do advanced liciai street here.
cents throughout Oregon tomor
row, was made tonight by offic
ials or one major oil company
here. Representatives of other
major companies said ther had
not been notified of any change
IX CHARGE OF CAMP
SILVERTON. Jnna S nnr1a
Hedges, who returned several
mouths ago from tho Philippine
Islands where he was lu charge of
logging for a lumber concern, has
been selected to supervise one of
tho government's reforestation!
BEAUTY PRESENTS THE COLORS j
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Beauty adds the finishing to the historia and colorful ceremony of thi
presentation of the colors at the opening of commencement at the U. S.
Naval Academy, Annapolis, as Miss Virginia Thompson hands the flan
to Midshipman Ernest Lee Jahncke, Jr, (right), son of the former
Assistant SecreUry of the Navy. He was captain of the best driXUd
company of middies.
PRAT DM, June 2 Members
and friends of the Ep worth lea
gue held their annual picnic at
Taylor's Grove above Mehama
Four Mennonite churches from
Dallas, Albany, Portland and
Pratum will hold their annual
Christian Endeavo and Sunday
school convention at the local
church here next Sunday.
At tho Missionary society meet-
lag at the home of Mrs. W. E.
Branch, Mrs. Paul Silke was re
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vogt who
were married last Saturday were
honored with a real noisy chariva
ri norf laaf WrinAartAir -nlrht At
hnm e Mr vnt' imttt
Ethel McDowell taught school
nere for the past threft yearg- HQr
paTents liTe ln tha popcorn dls-
met. Mr. vogt wno uvea nere on
v. ., fv. s ,oaT
nn trmin tnterA tbe
ln8Urance business. They are
making their home in West Sa-
Fred do Vries attended a daily
vacation Bible school program at
Hazel Green Thursday night. He
will attend the north Marion
county district Sunday school con-
vention at Butteville next Sun-
Pratum has the honor of hav
ing two graduates from Willam
ette university this year. Both
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wniiCh wm Bing at the world's fair
OIL FIELD BLAST
FATAL TO SEWN
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Their black contents squirted
"fl'f ?rI i?, S tiSi
seemed to catch the oil In the air
and Ignite it
As tiro continued the demoU -
.f S .vnlMlnn h1 at.rt.
ed, alarms were sent to nearby
cities. Twenty fire units sped to
tho field. All tho ambulances ln
the area were summoned.
Aa mmmrgner hosoital was as -
I tablished in a nearby storage
1 structure, where many persons
1 lth onlT .nDerfiCui in juries were
J?- Ynilth Who
! i7 aLCS X VULil if UU
Lowell K. BeU. 18. who gave
his name as BlUle Roeh when city
i mIIm avMuctiul him WftdnesdaV
I night. Is on parole from the rres
I ton School of Industry at Water-
I man, CaL, and probably win be
l returned there, local omcers saia
J yesterday. Meanwhile ell la being
held ln Jail In lieu ot szso oau
I required by Juauce ot tna reace
1 The youth was arrested here on
complaint ot R. H. Lockctt, 991
MU1 street, and his daughter,
who charged him with threaten
ing them with a gun. He has ad
mitted, officers said, stealing a
small auantltv of illrorvira frnm
an anartmaat at tttMimnnA r.l
I while n rant nrrthwrrt ti
been living at til North Commer -
Appeal Filed in
Case of Jordon
Apai io me state supreme
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If was sentenced to bo hanaed In
AprUbut ba laUr was granted
"v' tuvul,v f BpreniBi nioeas ixom tho Oregon Normal
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By OLIVE M. DOAE
Today Double feature:
"Tloft TtavlB In "TSt.T .artv"
and John Wayne in
Vririsw Wutfc rhnttArtnn
in "Lilly Turner."
Today - Clivo Brook
Friday On the stage, Hor
ace Heidt's Oregonians and
Lily Damlta ln "Goldle
Today Lila Lee and
Lowell Sherman ln "False
Friday Douglas Fairbanks,
Well, here I sit and type a
graduate from high school. Am I
glad? Well, I should be according
to the number of years It took me.
M. M. C.
Anyway I've got on satisfac
tion It took "Boots" two more (
to OUUha dl 1
19 m iae coniest were jane
Greggson, Vivian Clukes, Virgin
la West, Henry Sawatzky, Ada
Jene Lama, Betty Crites, Betty
Annunsen, Helen Frederlckson,
Maxlne Case, Betty Brandt, Alice
Ann Wirtx, Geraldlne Parker,
Dorothy Englo and Joan Figaard.
M. M. C.
First prize was won by Joan
Frigaard, second by Betty C rites,
and third was . divided between
Henry Sawattky and Helen Fred
M. M. C.
Just wait until you see tho eow-
y PWam for today. Will yon
; hare fun? Ton should see "Boots"
1 TSUI'S?' XL"'
in a cowboy hat. (Editor's note:
luV JOU um wm-
M. M. C.
On the stage tor a special, will
be California Jack, an honest-to-
1 goodness western movie actor and
I a lire timber wolf. And on the
I serene win bo Tom Mix ln "The
I Fourth Horseman." and tho last
I chapter of "Tho Lost Special."
Phyllis Grant had two ot her
clever pupils on last week. They
I wvav 1VUSItU
were Donald Plnkerton and Bev
M. M. G.
Paulino Zoo Chambers and
Buddy Sewell will bo on today.
M. M. C
I 1Q XOQay.
Bring your submarine models
I MONMOUTH, Juno t. An tn-
I novation In public auctions was
1 held nere th,a afternoon when tho
Oscar H. Hale farm of 10 acres
was sold nnder tho hammer to tho
highest bidder, for cash. There
was no encumbauco on tho place.
Tho owner, wanting to exchange
it for cash, chose this novel meth
od ot sale and drew out a crowd
i t iif r i.
Monmouth high school, was tho
Uuecossful bidder, nt $1850. -Hal
paw feooo cash for the farm sev-
e Tears ago. It contains 10
" within tho city limits.
a 1 water, and Is located Just fJvo
BOARD OF COriTtiDL
KB IS URGED
Holman Vents Feelings ! In
Objecting' to Giving
Governor Julius L. Meier was
at Lebanon yesterday to attend
the strawberry festival at which
he spoka briefly. Ha stopped at
his office hero to transact routine
business. Mrs. Meier accompanied
; aim on the trlpt '
State Treasurer Holman rented
his feelings at efIer yesterday
morning when ha was requested
to approve a number of state pur
chases without board of contro.
action. . .
"There is large amount ' of
current business awaiting action,'
he said. "There is no reason why
a meeting ot the board ot con
trol should not bo called."
The state treasurer declared
that ho desired to discuss several
matters with the board ot control
In case a meeting is held. One ot
these Involves a contract prepared
by the Portland Xlectris Power
i company and Northwest Electric
company and has to do with pro
viding electricity for various
state . Institutions. .
Most of tho contracts approved
by Holman Involved minor im
provements to state properties.
purchase of brick and tlx road
A contract for tho purchase of
IS new automobiles tor the state
Industrial accident commission is
now pending before tho board.
8 Years With
OAK POINT. Jnna S Oak
Point school will graduate Ylck
Webb, Viva Webb. Margaret
Noble. Toshiko Inouye, Loene
Hall and Manetta Hall, on Thurs
day night. June S. Miss Clara
Trotter, head of the training
school at Monmouth, will give the
class address; Miss Margaret
Hogg will furnish music and Jos-
iah Wills, county superintendent.
will give out awards of attend
ance, penmanship and reading on
tb same evening.
Toshiko Inouye has attended
all eights years with Miss Eyre
Vlck and Viva Webb started In
November, almost completing
their eight years under one teach
er. In Miss Eyre's teaching exper
iences, this Is the first time any
one pupil has completed all grades
nnder her instruction. After the
program the Oak Point P. T.
will feature a reception tor the
graduates and parents and school
The annual school picnic will be
Friday, Juno , at the sehoolbouse
with a basket dinner and T. J
Primus, head of tho entertain
ment committee, promises a ban
game in the afternoon.
The measles are quite prevalent
in this community.
Three high school graduates
from this community are Miss
Ruth Allen from Monmouth high.
Miss Pauline Primus from Sacred
Heart academy of Salem, and
Miss Inex Webb of Independence.
SHAW. June 2. Mr. and Mrs.
David Shamberger and son, Don
ald, who havo been living here
for the past two years, left for
Washington, where thar plan to
make their homo. They were ac
companied by Harold Smith of
-A koe OwiMd Tseacsr a
Mickey Mouse Matinee
Today - 1:30 pjm.
Also, Our Gang Comedy
-A ULD A2TD A LAMP"
News, Cartoon Comedy and
Harry Carey and Rex ln
THE DEVIL HORSE'
Attend Our ff o'clock Satur
day Night Show and Remain
for tho litis Midnight
SUNDAY, MONDAY 'and
Sunday, ft to 11 P. M.
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Civ this little rirl a treat bU
hand and a mnehlitTer bike. She
la Miss "Tiny" unaa, au aoi
pounds of her, and is shown as she
practiced for partidpatioa In the
Soother California Bicycle Day,
at Ocean Park, Cal. Notios tnat
tha Uirv bike is powered.
TURNER, Jnno S A large
number ot Turner school pa
trons and friends gathered at
tho school auditorium Wednes
day night to honor three teach
ers who are leaving Turner
A short program was given.
with orchestra numbers given
during tho evening by Mrs. Wal
ter Miller, Miss Lillian Peterson,
George Crume. M. Hedges, Rus
sel Denver, Varnel Denhem, with
Miss Hallle Thomas at the piano.
Rev. N. Sherman Hawk gave a
reading; piano solo. Miss Ruth
Gllstrap; piano duet, Kathleen
Sparks and Lois Gunning; re
marks by chairman of the
school board, C. A. Bear; re
sponse by Prof. J. R. Cox and
Thurlo W. Smith.
H. 8. Bond gave a farewell
talk tor the community, after
which a social hour was enjoyed.
Each member ot the teaching
staff was presented with a flor
al piece. Ladles of tho "Willing
Workers' club served cake and
Prof and Mrs. J. R. Cox eame
to Turner four years ago next
fall. Prof. Cox will be principal
of the Shedd high school next
year. Thurlo W. Smith has been
with tho local school two years,
and will teach ln tho Tlgard
high school. Miss Harriett Fred
erickson has been hero a year.
Novelty - PJe
Mickey Mouse Matinee at 1 P. M.
TOM MIX in THE FOURTH HORSEMAN"
EXTRA ON STAGE "CALIFORNIA JACK AND
HIS GIANT WOLF
Midnight Show Tonight 11:30 and Sim. . Mon. - Tues.
Sltf.1 HEIGHTS IS
U OF AWARD
(Coatlnuad from page 1) ,
tones of maavo and purple. Miss
Elisabeth Lord took first place ln
the shadow box group and Miss
Marguerite Smith second. Table
arrangement sweepstakes were
awarded to Miss Prlcftta Fry. first
and Dorothy Steuslof f, second.
Tna breakfast table division was
won by Mrs. W. Phillips, and tna
enOdrea's party table by Mrs.
Paul Wallace. Tho miniature gar
den model was won by Mrs. Ern
est Infer and second was awarded
to Mrs. R. G. Laeey.
Sweepstakes ln the commercial
division was awarded to Carl
Judges for the decorative sec
tion were: Miss Bertha Stuart,
Mrs. Gerald Bee bo and Mrs.
George Baker all ot Portland; for
the horticultural section: Carl
Starker. John Barker and Mrs. L.
P. Brown; tor the garden ana
community clubs, Mrs. Adams,
Mrs. Goode and Mrs. Msyer; tor
tho commercial division, Mrs.
Goode, Mrs. Mayer and Mrs. Tan
The program for today opens
at 2 o'clock with a talk by Mrs.
Jessie M. Honeyman ot Eugene,
who will discuss tho accomplish
ments and future plans of the
Council tor the Protection ot
This win be followed by a talk
by June Drake ot Silvorton, on
seeds and plant tor me roaa-
Arrangements have also been
made according to W. C. Dibble,
publicity manager, tor coopera
tion between the American Legion
and the flower show so that the
American Legion drum corps will
participate In tho program for
this afternoon and in turn the
flower show will provide flowers
for the Legion banquet to be held
In the evening the program will
begin at T:St o'clock with a pre
sentation of tho Salem Civic Male
auartet nnder the direction of
Prof. E. W. Hobson, to be follow- campg Monday, Red Cross offic
ed by a talk by Mrs. Edyth Tos- yesterday called for further
ier Weathered concerning the
pioneer flower garden
Mrs. J. Vinton Scott will talk
on "Japaneee Flower Arrange
ment," as she has seen it from
personal observation in the
Is Total Loss in
.V 1 1 rr r K7370 ere, assisted by Mrs. Robert Bud
UUVCl LUI1 Uld&C fow and a committee from the
CII Vt-DTOV Tim On
clan One of the larreat fire ex-
m tm i .t.L
r. V-r:" li::nl. Dr. C. J. Ebner of ML Angel
tt..; " r .rrrrr
The largo house, converted sev-
mi .n .n..m..t
huoso but untenanted for the past
rsa.f I. K.lr wHeif la Itha.. a.
j w S- el wenvsnv v a m aas a nuvnn as
the old RusseU residence,
The fire had made .ih head
way before tho alarm was turned
la, that nothing could be saved
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AT TII2 COTTCM
C? T1I2 CCCATJ
THRILLS WITHOUT END! '
Htfga ships blown upl
Planes plungacj into tho
taa! YouH sto thm all if
Nino different varieties of apples
grow upon this tree, cultivated by
fir NiSuL ot 0k Park. IH
I but when this oktaro was made
I there was n tenth pippin amid its
branches, one is Swauueen, ur.
Needham's lovely daughter, whose
smile would keep any doctor away,
In order that Marion county
may send its full Quota ot 127
ronths to the conservation corps
rpcmlt. to com to their head-
quarters this morning to undergo
physical examinations, which win
start at 10 o'clock. Several more
than 127 will be sent to Portland
at the expense ot the county Mon
day morning for final physical
examinations. Those passing the
tests will then go directly to for
Up to last night 252 men had
been examined hero for the con
serration corn hr reserve offlc
Marlon county public health as-
wtwuuu. t. "J"-"u" iwutrei.uu.
r" ' e'nou f
I A. steeves, Dr. Hugh Dowa or aa
Dentists assisting are Dr. R. D.
wl yonms examtnea. obi.
I eight second class. Nlnteen
T1? .d?ttiined ccoont ot
MORE RECRUITS FOR
CAMPS ARE SOUGH
Irjk ' iPtt-uJir l
On the Stage
Wy9 ioc Nigw
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A RHYTHMIC ROMANCE:
OF A CINDERELLA IN
SILKS AND A PRINCE.
CHARMING IN DISGUISE
MADE AT WDODBURI
WOODBTTR2VJue S Final
assembly at the Woodbnrn high
school was. held Friday morning.
A short program was given con
sisting ot songs by tho assembly,
a farewell speech, by Pauline Nel
son, student body president to
Superintendent Bain who has re
signed his position. Farewell re
sponse by bupt. Bain; presenta
tion of the senior girt, a beauti-
rul liag proeented by Cornell a
Gearln. as president of tho class.
Baseball awards were then giv
en by Gilbert Oddla to tho fol
lowing boys: Laurence Kock,
Cornelius Gearln, Iran Cutsforth,
Henry Wolfe, Reed Coayne, Ro
bert Beckman. Hugh Boyle and
Athletic awards to the follow
ing girls were given out by the
instructor. Miss Tsylor. Mary
Jackson. Selma Carrothers, Eve
lyn Koeher, Ann Gearln, Eunice
Carmkhael, Norma Lack. TOlma
Asbury, Hasel Carrothers, Ferns
Prather, Mabel Norton, Jean
Richmond, Lois Proctor, Luells
Gugel, Dorothy Dentel. Ruth
Hansen and Doris Arney. Miss
Selma Carrothers was the only
one receiving a final reward.
. Glen' club awards were receiv
ed by Daisy Shrock, Hazel
Shrock, Ve;a Culp and Helen
Woodfln. Peter Larson, Carroll
Olsen, Dennis Froem" e and Wes
8ILOAM SPRINGS. Ark., June
2 (AP) Posses hunting fugi
tive convicts from the Kansas
penitentiary pressed on tonight ln
tho rugged Arkansas-Oklahoma
border country near here after
capturing one of the 11 who fled
over the prison walls Tuesdsy.
Lewis Bechtel, who was serving
a term for bank robbery, was tak
en at noon ln a farm house near
Dripping Springs. Ok la. Officers
surprised Bechtel and he offered
no resistance. 'He was placed in
jail at Jay. Oris.
Other posses were trailing two
companions of Bechtel, believed
in hiding in tho hills nearby.
Meanwhile, definite trace of the
eight other Kansas fugitives was
lacking, although officers ln Ok
lahoma, Arkansas, Kansas and
Missouri were pursuing every
likely clue ln a widespread man
hunt. 118 S. High
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