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FILT.l T Mifll
"Flying Down to Rio" Has
Music Duel Waged v
Novelties sheer, salmmerlng.
tbrilllng novelties, are the ml
rather t h a n the exception In
RKO-Radio Plctares musical ex
travaganza. "Firing Down to
Rio. current t attraction at tne
Elslnore. . r -
First, the story starts out with
handsome Gen Raymond darting
about the country in a "flying
piano--(It flies, too) -seeking se-
eluded spots to compos harmony
. fox his band. - '
- Then he Ukes Lis on t tit, by
air. to beautiful Rio do Janeiro,
where ha la scheduled lo open
op1 a new hotel with a big mu-
sical show. s -1
He falls in love with the own
er's daughter, t- Dolores Del Rio,
and a .rivalry for het hand is. be
gu between himself 1 and ha ad
some Raul Roullen, a native Bra-
They engage In a musical duel,
American melodies "vlelng with
native onts for a supremacy.
Such is, the story., which is fur-
thef enlivened from time to time)
by the comic antics of Ginger Ro
gers and Fred Astaire.
One of the most powerful hu
man dramas ever to be presented
oa the Capitol screen is "Day of
Reckoning," picture of "prison
families" starring Richard Dlx.
' A vivid s revelation of "wives
who wait," the story concerns
the iron rule of prisons that "no
woman will wait for a man more
than three years.? And the work
tag of that fatal law provides the
basis for a thrilling climax.
The Cast of : the new picture
with Richard Dlx in a starring
role includes Madge Evans, Con
way Tearle, Una Merkel and Stn
"Easy Millions", second feature
at the Capitol features Skeets
Gallagher j supported by Johnny
Arthur, Meraa Kennedy, Dorothy
Bargees, Noah Beery and others.
It is a comedy.
WOODBURN, Jan. 6. - Ever
green assembly No. 12 Order of
Rainbow for Girls, held elections
Tuesday . night In the Masonic
temnle. Miss May Strike was
elected .'worthy f advisor; Helen
Woodfin. associate worthy advis
er; Barbara Espy, charity; Lonlse
Molding; hope; t Iris Culaforth,
faith; Muriel Beckman, recorder,
and Jean L. Beers, treasurer.
. Appointive officers chosen by
'theV worthy advisor are May
Breed. ' chaplain; Marie Strike,
drill . leader; ' Vera Jean Huber,
organist; Betty Ackerman, red;
llarjorie Faulconer, orange; Ijpne
Turner,: yellcw; Rosemary Corey,
"green; ;Mary aJne Shaw, blue;
Marie Breed, indigo; Annette
Lytle, violet; Florla Nelson. Jn
"ner .. observer; Vivian Sowan,
Marrbelle Adams, Barbara Jen
sen, Lois Jane Rlngo, Betty Davis
and - Paulln Nelson, dioir.
.An lnrltaJoi. has been extend
ed to Chad wick assembly of Sa
lem 'to be present at the public
Installation January 16 at 8
o'clock, with Miss Pauline Nel
son, retiring : worthy advisor, as
r installing officer.
First Girl Baby
SILVERTON. 'Jan. I.Whils
Sllverton residents were eagerly
awaiting news of the arrival of
Little Miss ltJ4 Sllverton at the
Sllverton hospital, she quietly ar
rived at the home of her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reznicsek in
tie North Howell district on Jan
. nary -1, The Infant has " been
, named , Shirley K athryn and
weighed, ten pounds and a Quar
ter, suvertoa merchants Have
splendid array of gifts awaiting
the little miss when her parents
eaii for them:. '-u--- :
JANUARY 10 r
Flying Down to Rio"
Jn&t a sample of the many beautiful chorines appearing in
'Flying Down to Rio." starring Dolores Del Rio at the
Clark Gable and Jean Harlow
Man" at the Hollywood.
Board . . .
Today Lee Trsey,in "Ad
" vice to the Lovelorn" pjus
Disney Silly Symphony.
Thursday James Dunn in
"Jimmy and Saly."
Today Dolores Del Rio in
"Flying Down to Rio."
Wednesday Ruth Chatter
ton in "Female."
Friday James Cagney in
, !-Lady Killer."
Today Jean Harlow In
'"Hold Tour Man."
Wednesday Charlie Ruggles
In "Mama Loves Papa."
Friday - John Wayne in
Saturday Midnight matinee,
Kay Francis in "Storna at
Today Double bill, "Day of
Reckoning" with Richard
Dlx and "Easy Millions"
with Skeets Gallagher.
Tuesday Baby LeRoy in
"Tillle and Gus."
Thursday ' "White Woman"
with Charles Laughton.
Today Pat O'Brien in "The
World Gone Mad." and
"Old King Cole."
Tuesday Bruce Cabot In
Thursday First run, Clar-
ence Darrow's "The Mys-
. tery of Life." , ;
Saturday only Jack, Hoxie
ftfl AHcssfOwdTtoatir r
Today, Monday and
Co n tin o as Perfertauuice
Tate : Jean' , Harlow's love
technique la this aewest ro-
aX ir PA
are reunited in "Hold Your
Lone Woman of
Hobo Jungle is
Placed in Jail
SILVERTON, Jan. The city
of Sllverton is playing host to
a woman, pending investigation.
The woman, who gave her name
as Sophia Paetsch, has been
"strolling" for the past ten years,
she said. Some weeks ago she had
walked over from Lebanon to
Sllverton and for some time now
has been living at the hobo camp
at Sllverton. It was reported that
there were approximately 16 men
wintering at the hobo camp and
that Friday some trouble arose
involving the lone woman. She
was taken to the local jail by
Constable S. A. Pitney where she
73 Also . .1
WALT DISNEY'S NEWEST COLORED
v - ' "NIGHT BEFORE XMAS ,
J 2 COMEDIES and NEWS
( Ccntxaaosi Sho& Daly
"Advice to , Lovelorn" With
Lee Tracy; Wise-Cracks
. Abound, is Report
No picture ; in many - months
promises more ' laughs 6t : more
tender irony than "Adtice to the
Lovelorn." showing today at the
Grand theatre, with Lee Tracy
in the role of a hard-boiled re
porter forced to conduct an agony
r The role Is perfectly sultea to
Tracy's peculiar talents ar. arm
ed with a supply of wise-cracks
as fresh and snappy as himself,
the blond star contributes another
flawless and Tivid characterisa
tion to add to hi long list of sue-
"Advice to the Lovelorn," re
calls the sentimental columns that
are rapidly disappearing from
Sally Blane is the love Interest,
and others who will be seen are
Isabel Jewel, Paul Harvey, Ju
dith Wood. May Boley, Sterling
Holloway. C Henry Gordon, Jean
Adair, Matt Brlggs, Charles Lev
lnson, Adalyn Doyle and Etienne
Wet Plank Cause
Of Sprained Ankle
MILL CITY, Jan. 6. Mrs.
Sam Jurgenson is confined to her
home with a severely sprained
ankle, the result of a fall. Mr.
Jurgencon had gone out to do
the evening chores and as he ha
not been in very good health for
months and was gone longer than
Mrs. Jurgenson thought neces
sary, she became alarmed and
went in search of him. Stepping.
on a wet plan sne supped wun
the result of the sprained ankle.
It so happened that Mr. Jur-
gensoa had met with a tainting
spell, wtlc'i he is said to be sub
ject" to, an after effect of being
injured in the war. Mrs. Jurgen
son finally succeeded in getting
to a neighbor's house and sum
moning aid for her husband,
- - Tom Boot'i, head clerk in the
Hammond meat market. Is wear
ing a broad smile there days. A
grandson arrived at the Booth
home December 31, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Crooks. The
new arrival tips the scales "at
eight and one - half pounds and
has been named Thomas Leroy.
Mrs. Crooks la a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Booth, and this is
the first grandchild.
STATTON, Jan. . Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Darly, who were re
cently married, are said to have
purchased the house used tor an
office for the West Stayton Irri
gation company and the adjoin
ing acreage. They are doing con
siderable Improving and will have
a cosy home . when the work is
Is being housed until investiga
tion can be made.
1 p. m. to 11 p rl 1
Newspaper, Yarn at Grand .
Lee Tracy and SaDy Blane share honors in the fast-moving
picture. "Advice to the Lovelorn' l the Grand.
Neil Hamilton and Mary Brian f Ornish the romantic interest
in "The World Gone Mad," current attraction at the State.
IT CLUB MEETING
STAYTON, Jan. 6 At the
Women's club meeting Thursday
afternoon. Miss Martha - Jindra,
of the high school faculty, re
viewed several of Eugene
O'Neill's plays. Among them were
Oil, The Cross, . Strange Interlude
and Our Wilderness. The dose at
tention give Miss Jindra bespoke
of the interest and appreciation
of her listeners.
Lee Brown reviewed "An In
troduction to Modern Social Prob
lems." This book was written by
Philip A. Parsons of U. of O., and
since Mr. Brown was assistant to
Dr. Parsons for two years, he
was quite familiar with his sub
ject and gave an excellent review.
Mrs. E. R. Olds played two vi
olin numbers, accompanied by
Miss Naomi Toble. Hostess for
the afternoon were Mesdames To
bie, Rowe and Waller.
The usual business of the club
was transacted and one of the
monthly card parties was an
nounced for December 10, with
Just glance over this lineup of attractions folks!
Yoall agree with us it's great!
OLD KING COLE"
A HOST OF POPULAR PLAYERS
in -4 . . -
THAT YOU ARE
SURE TO ENJOY
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ONE OF THE MOST ASTOUNDING PICTURES
wheTw deslh stI! tvery ip
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Mrs. Edward J. Bell, Mrs. Sim T.
Etcel, Mrs. Lawrence Smith and
Mrs. Heme Jones as hostesses.
GATES, Jant 6. A great
many people interested in the
North Santiam highway work.
which was recently up for con
tract on the-stretch of work be
tween Mill City and Gates, have
been disappointed because of the
delay caused by the refused eon-
tract. Several men are depending
on thd road work for a living.
The school district has not
been able as yet to . get any of
the CWA work. The red tape
because of the Joint district seem'
ed to hinder the local school
board although plenty of effort
has been put forth.
Mrs. Jack Doyle has been quite
111 at her home near Gates. Mrs.
Paul Ratzberg of King's Prairie,
has been caring for her. Mr.
Doyle who is stationed at the
CCC camp near Foster, will, not
return to his work for a few
i i FIRST
BATES m n
AT OWED WORK
Another Exclusive Showing Treat
For Omr Patrons . . . ;
ITS A "FIRST RUN"
MART BRIAN 1
A toast to
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UUH O GABLE
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; Jean Harlow and Clark Gable
are teamed agaia ia "Hold Tour
Man," which opens today at the
Hollywood theatre, following iu
the wake of their smashihg suc
cess ia '.'Red Dast,M 'which
brought a popular demand for the
- As the cheap little drifter who
goes to prison for the man, she
loves. Miss Harlow endows her
characterisation with a wistful
sympathy and humor. Particular
ly In the Incident In which she
awakens to approaching mother
hood is she effective. Gable, ban
ters his way through the early
part'of the picture with delightful
nonchalance which sharply con
trasts his Important work in the
climatic sequences when he risks
arrest on a murder charge to give
name to the unborn child.
Included in the cast are Stuart
Erwin, Dorothy Burgess, Marie!
Klrkland, Garry Owen, . Barbara
Barondess, Paul Hurst and Elis
- Chemeketa Play
Chemeketa Players, Inc.. are
presenting as their next play a
three act comedy, farce "Heart
Exchange," which opens January
10 at the Nelson auditorium and
will run tor one week. The pror
dnction Is under the direction of
Clifford Wayne Hurt.
Mr. Hurt who gave Indication
of his ability In "Manhattan
TODAY AND MONDAY
TWO BIG FIRST RUN FEATURES
Fas? and furious farce full
of light and load laughter!
- DOOMING - rrrr aiptitt
IE PICTURES "
II Ho I S to 11 I
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juxia . -mjaux JviliK" . "SON OF A SAIL-
TODAY MONDAY TUESDAY
HERE'S ANOTHl GREAT SHOW!
TOO BIG FOR THE EARTH - SO
v THEY STAGED IT IN THE SKY!
Romaace bora of
tropic. Bights in
"fnorons land of
love! . . Your foad
est dreams of ma
steal romaace come
trae as yon are
swept to eye - stag
Serine sensation! .
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, Cosale r
' well ta
Honeymoon." comes to Cremeketa
Players from southern California -
where he was A student ox miss
vi.ri ' AfiriArann of the Los An
geles Dramatic school and where
he was connected wun ine x-asa-
A, Ttara and th4 Loa AnteleS
Civic theatre as well as several
outstanding , productions in the
metropolltai area. :
.Dramatised upon an outline of
his ideas on evolution, the emin
ent scientist, lawyer and lecturer,
Clarence Darrow. in "The Mystery
of Life,; which opens a special en
gagement at the State theatre on
Thursday, gives to the world for
the first time the screen story of
the loves land tragedies of the
real "underworld" the world
under foot. '
On this: stage is enacted the
whole drama of Ufa, with the
players In! the natural roles in
which destiny cast them. They
play their l parts with consumate
skill. M .
Unusual; photography abounds
in this production and some of
the most interesting shots of ani
mal life ever seen are presented. J
Insect life Js also shown in all its j
startling organized perfection.
Armies of ants are seen in mili
tary maneouvers training per
haps for the great war with man
which is to prove the test of the
mastery of , the worjd. Strange
birds are seen as they court and
"The Mystery of Life)" is unique.
Nothing like it has ever been seen
upon the screen before. It has
been In the making in the labra
tories to science for 10 years.
Richard Dlx'a most powerful
screen role since his great
triumph: la MCImairoB ...
uto 1 invwl
SCON - -DINNER AT
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