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The OREGON STATESMAN, Saknu Oregon. Sunday Morning. Jane 4, 1933
Paired Jn Adorable,", Film
. Opening Today; Garat
Henry Garat, young Interna
tional screen star, fulfilled a five
year ambition - wnen be came to
, Hollywood to co-star with Janet
Gavnor in "Adorable" for Fox
Film, to be seen at the Grand to
five years aeo in Paris." ne
said, "I saw that beautiful pic
ture, 7tb. Heaven in which Janet
Gaynor and Charles Farrell be
came famous. I tell In love with
the petite little Diane of the pic
ture, and I aid to myself then:
. 'Some day I am going to be that
girl's leading man and kiss
During the fire years, Garat be
came a great favorite in musical
comedy, playing an extended en
gagement on Broadway in "Paris
Nights," and then returned to
Europe to become the most popu
lar male screen star on the conti
nent. Now he la playing cpplaite Miss
Gaynor in "Adorable," and If he
kisses her during the love scenes
with a little more fervor than
,; might be expected from a leading
' man, we may smile at the roman
tic young Frenchman who made a
aeeutezlv lmsossible vow five
" Wilhelm Dleterle directed
"Adorable." which also has Her
bert Mundin. C. Aubrey Smith and
Blanche Frldericl in its support
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HERE IN ID 1ST'
"Red Dust,", opening today at
the Hollywood theatre, presents
the Interesting combination of
Clark Gable and Jean Harlow in
a turbulent story of Cochin, Chi
na. The picture Is based on a
dramatic triangle which results
when the aristocratic wife of a
French engineer visits a tropical
rubber plantation and falls in
love with its overseer, thus en
gendering the hatred of a defiant,
hard-boiled girl of the dance hall
variety; who has prior claims on
Gable has the role of the over
seer, a part totally different from
his recent successful portrayal op
posite Norma Shearer in "Strange
Interlude." Miss Harlow, fresh
from her triumph in "Red Headed
Woman," plays - the hardened
plantation girl who, -though scorn
ed at i first, subsequently proves
that isufficient sex appeal and
strength to live the brutal life of
the tropics give her an indisput
able advantage over her more civ
ilized i rival. Mary Astor is seen
as the engineer's wife, and Gene
Raymond as her husband.
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Hotel St. Frances Orchestra.
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Robert Montgomery and Madge Evans in a glimpse from
"Hen Below" feature now showing at the Elsmore.
Clark Gable and Jean Harlow in a scene from "Red Dust'
now showing as a feature at the Hollywood.
I Starts Season; Cash
Paid on Old Packing
MtI ANGEL. June 3 The Mt.
Angel; cannery opened Friday, be
ginning the season with the can
ning of gooseberries. The straw
berry; crop has been practically
wiped out by last winter's cold
weather but the cannery expects
to take care of all the cherries,
blackberries, blackcaps, logans,
pears: and prunes of local grow
ers. The entire 1932 pack has now
, been disposed of and the growers
1 paid (a full.
By OLIVE M. DOAR
Today Robert Montgomery
in "Hell Below;" Bobby
Jones In "How to Break
Wednesday Barbara Barnes
revue; feature picture,
Friday John Barrymore In
"Reunion in Vienna.'
Today Janet Gaynor and
Harry Garat in "Ador-
Thursday James Dunn
Boots Mallory in "Handle
Friday-Tim McColy in
Comedy Enjoyed by
Crowd at Rickreall
RICKREALL, June 3 Th
Simon-Pure Simpleton," a comedy
by Lillian Mortimer, was present
ed by the senior class of Rickreall
high school. May 31. A good-
sized audience was in attendance,
$20 being taken In.
. Taking part were Margaret Ed
gar, Edna McCrow, Stanley Sher
wood, Marvin Waring, Joe Sim
mons, Mildred Robison, Elizabeth
Powell. Chester Cunningham. Nai
da Carroll and Gordon Blhl, with
Mr. Mitchell directing the play.
TEACHER HAS CHILD
RICKREALL, June 3 A eight
and one-half poxmd boy was born
to Mr. and Mrs. Chester C. Gil
liam May. SI. '. The young man has
been-' named Ronald Eugene. Mr.
Gilliam is. high school teacher
ANCAL riCMC HELD
AIRLIE. June 3 The annua
school picnic was held Thursday,
The high school spent the day In
Newport, grade school at Staats
and la Maple Grove.
Today Jean Harlow and
Clark Gable In "Red Dust."
Wednesday Warren Will
iam and Joan Blondell in
"3 on a Match."
Friday George Sidney and
Charlie Murray In "The
P.nhATiB And Kp.Ht'i In
Janet Gaynor and Henry Garat in a scene from the feature
picture, "Adorable," now showing at the Grand.
Mary Stalker Signs
For McLaughlin Job
ABIQUA, June 3 Miss Mary
Stalker, who was to have taught
in the Duunlgan school this year,
has signed her contract to teach
In the McLaughlin school. It was
reported that there was some dis
sention among school board mem
bers in the Dunnigan district and
the new teacher has not been
elected. Mrs. E. K. Mulkey
taught in the Dunnigan school
last year and Miss Lois Riches
just completed the school term at
McLaughlin. Miss Riches will
teach at West Stayton next fall.
Beer Bill Goes
To Vote Monday
The Needham-Fuhrer bill to
permit the sale of 3.2 beer in Sa
lem will come up for final action
at the city council meeting Mon
day night with aldermen on both
sides of the question claiming a
victory ahead of time. Pro-beer
aldermen yesterday were claiming
nine votes promised in favor of
their measure, while the dry
group has claimed seven votes
against it and threatened to with
draw from the meeting if neces
sary to prevent a seven-to-seven
or eight-to-six vote.
HOME FROM NORTH DAKOTA
KINGWOOD, June 3 Guests
at the J. E; England home are Mr.
and Mrs. Buck Griffin and chil
dren Marvin and Lois of Ellen-
dale, North Dakota. Mrs. Griffin
is daughter of the Englands.
The Griffin family will visit oth
er relatives at Yreka, Calif.
SCHOOL VOTE COMING
SHELBURN, June 3 Every
one from here Is asked to attend
the annual school meeting June
19, as a number of vital questions
are to be settled. This district is
trying to raise a special tax.
CORN PLANTED .
LYONS, June 3 Farmers in
the Lyons vicinity are busy plant
ing corn the past week. Most of
them have several acres planted.
Corn Is usually planted about the
18th of May, hut weather condi
tions delayed the work about
. AMITY LODGE ELECTS
AMITY, June 3 The Rebekah
officers elected for the following
term, beginning July 1 are: Mrs
May Dickey, Noble Grand; Edna
Strout, Vice Grand; Mrs. Bessie
Sorenson, recording secretary and
Mrs. Clara Broadwell, treasurer.
REV. ORR TO SPEAK
HUBBARD, June 3 Rer. Orr
of Montana will speak at the Con
gregational church Sunday night,
June 4 at 8 p. m. The general
public Is invited to attend.
Theit 1 Auto is
Admitted by Pair
Two Salem youths, James Lo
gan and Elmer Seyler, are under
arrest at Seattle and have admit
ted to police there that they stole
an automobile belonging to Lewis
Elliott, 570 Statesman street.
here May 28, Inspector Orey Cof
fey of the city police department
announced Friday. Inspector Cof
fey and Traffic Officer George
Edwards will go to Seattle Mon
day to return the pair here to
face the theft charge.
CLINIC SLATED OTH
6ILVERTON, June 3 A pre
school and infanta' clinic will be
held Tuesday afternoon at the Eu
gene Field building. The regular
immunizations will be given at
this time, as well as the tubercu
lin skin tests for anyone who de
sires to have this test.
"Hell BelotoTis Sensational
Submarine Drama Taken
With" Navy's aid
"Hell Below," Metro-Goldwyn
Mayer's sensational drama of sub
marine adventure, with Robert
Montgomery, Walter Huston,
Madge Evans. Jimmy Durante,
Eugene Pallette and Robert
Yeung heading the cast, is the at
traction coming today to the El
Based on the famous novel,
"Pirboats." br Commander Ed
ward Ellsberg, the picture unfolds
stirring romance amid the
thrills of submarine fighting, tor
pedoing of destroyers, the de
struction of en armed Italian
town and other spectacular Inci
dents which have caused the
photoplay to be referred to as
The Big Parade of the Ocean."
Jack Conway directed "Hell
Below," most of which was film
ed with actual submarines at the
Pearl Harbor naval base at Honolulu.
several days visiting at the home
of Mrs. Atcalnson's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Carter. They will
be accompanied heme y Mrs. At
calnsoo's sister, Mrs. R. Billings
and her. three small sons. On the
way home they will visrt la Port
land at the home of another sis
ter and Ue. two women will be
guests at pre-nuptial ahower for
a niece whose wedding is to be an
event of Jane 17.
EKED AS TEST CASE
Completing Inspection of 30
the 36 public camp grounds
Marion county, J. E. Blinkhorn,
sanitary inspector, yesterday an
nounced that he had refused to is
sue state permits to five camps
until unsanitary conditions had
been removed and that seven of
the carapi had dangerous water
supplies. On account of road con
ditions, he has not been able to
reach six of the camps.
In general the camps In the
county are somewhat better than
last year and many of them are
on a par with any to be found
anywhere, Blinkhorn reported.
Several camps have been improv
ed over last year, including the
municipal auto camp here.
The inspection of camps is
based on provisions of a state
The action of F. C. Heffroa of
Eugene in filing as a delegate to
the Oregon repeal convention aa a
dry, regardless of the mandate of
the voters of Lane county at the
special election July 21. was ac
cepted by officials here as a pre
liminary move on the part of cer
tain anti-repeal groups to test tne
constitutionality of the law an
thorlzlng the convention In the
Heffron's filing was rejected by
the secretary of state on the
ground that he failed to conform
to the pledge contained In the cer
tificate. His filing Indicated that
he would vote dry regardless of
the outcome ef the vote In his
county at the special election.
The law authorizing the consti
tutional convention provides that
delegates shall vote In the same
manner as the majority of voters
in their county on the repeal of
the eighteenth amendment. This
pledge was changed by Heftron In
Dave O Hara, election official
In the state department, said that
he expected Hefron to file pro
ceedings in the courts to compel
the secretary of state to accept
Reports received here Indicated
that Heftron represents a group
of drys, and that he changed the
pledge In his filing certificate for
the purpose of carrying the Issue
to the courts. In case Heffron
eonteets the action of the state de
partment other questions probab
ly will be involved in the proceed
HAZEL GREEN. June 3 The
10 day vacation bible school con
ducted by Miss Sadie Massr and
Miss Martha Radellff, . closed
Thursday night with a program
The children dramatized "Noah's
Ark" and "The Good Samaritan.
The children taking part were
Ralph Smith, Alexander Sharp.
Howard Smith, and a group of
singers. Fred deVries. president
of the council of religious educa
tion, spoke. Miss Radellff and
Miss Nasal go to Hopewell, where
they will conduct a school in the
mornings, and In the afternoons
Dr. Kantner of 8alem who
spoke here for the 30th annirer
sary of the church will speak at
the homecoming June 11 at Hope
Rev. Clark M. Smith will pre
sent the second sermon on the
Lord's Prayer at the church here
Sunday morning, and the Chris
tian Endeavor will give a play,
"Troubled Times" In the evening.
Wednesday night, owing to ab
sence of the pastor. Mrs. Hattie
Van Cleave will conduct the mid
Grange at "College"
To Meet This Summer
BRUSH COLLEGE, June t
The final Indoor meeting of the
season for Brush College grange
was held Friday night with a good
attendance. The July, August and
September meetings will be pic
nics held in the commnnity grove.
A interesting short program, ar
ranged .by grange lecturer, Mrs.
Elmer Cook, was given arter the
regular business meeting.
New Scarlet Fever
Case is Reported
Another of the sporadic cases
of scarlet fever which hare brok
en out in Salem every few weeks
this year was discovered Thurs
day by Dr. Vernon A. Douglas
county health officer. The latest
to suffer from the disease Is
seven-year Englewood school pu
pil, who has a mild case. The
health staff checked up on the
case at the school and reported
ne fear of a spread of the disease
TO HEAD OF HA
WOODBURN. June 3 Mrs. J.
Vinton Scott of Salem, for a num
ber of years a resident of China,
will be the speaker of the Wood
burn Woman's club at Its aext
regular meeting at the city llhrar
ry Wednesday afternoon, June 7.
Mrs. Scott will tell about China.
The club has Issued Invitations to
every woman in this vicinity to
be present at 3 p. m. Mrs. Mary
E. Bishop, president of the Wom
en's clubs, will also be present.
The regular business sessioa will
be held at 2:30, at which time the
annual election of officers will
Hostesses for the afternoon will
be Mrs. Nellie Mulf, Mrs. George
Clark, Miss Helen Allen and Mrs.
R. L. Guies. Those serving on the
hospitality committee will be Mrs.
Ronald E. Burnett and Mrs. Ma
VISIT FROM KENT
AIRLIE, Jane 3 Guests of
Mrs. Ella Wilson from Kent this
weekend are: Mr. and Mrs. Em
met Norton, Miss Alta Norton and
Geraldlne and Eugene Norton.
Air Races Planned
At Port on Sunday
Air races, formation flights.
glide flights and spot landings
will be Included In the air show
program at Salem airport Sunday.
Pilots from Silverton. Albany,
McMlnnvllle, Stayton and Corral-
lis have been invited to partici
pate along with four local pilots.
Announcements and musle will be
broadcast over a loudspeaker system.
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MILL CITY, June 3 Mr. and
Mrs. W. Atchinson of The Dalles,
have been in Mill City the past
TODAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY
BERRY PRICE UP
SHELBURN, June 31. A. Mc
Laughlin of Salem, who has con
tracts for the strawberries in this
section has raised the price from
3 to 4 cents. He will have a
receiving station In 8cio, the same
as last year.
. SEVENTH CHILD ARRIVES
EVENS VALLEY, June 3 Mr.
and Mrs. Owen Lunceford are an
nouncing the birth of a son, born
May 28 at their home. The boy.
named Donald Gene, Is the seven
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