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TH OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Simday Mondntf, Fcbmarf 4, 1934
Pinafore to be
"T REPARATIONS ara veil an
I der way tor tbe comic opera
H. M. 8. Pinafore." to be
C'Ta st Salem high school Friday
Bight. A committee of six girls is
advising the group on suitable cos
tumes, and publicity, advertising
and tickets are being handled fcy
David Hosa. Accompanists for tbe
opera are Maxine Ross and Doris
Tbe cast Is as follows:
'Sir Joseph Porter.. . .John Ritchie
Cant. Corcoran. . Delbert Anderson
Ralph, seaman. . . . . .Jack Billeter
Josephine Aileen Moored
Hebe. Audrey LaDuke
Dick Deadeye. . ..Wesley Goodrich
Boatswain's mate. . . ..Robert Hag
Caprenters mate. Franklin Hauser
Midshlpraite Billy Utley
Chorus of Lord's sisters, cousins,
-aunts, sailors and marines.
Y.W. Finance Drive
(Continued from page 8)
Mrs. G. I. Simmons. Miss Mar
garet Wilson and Miss Maxine
Mrs. George Hutchinson: Mrs.
. Floyd Miller, Mrs. Van Ausdell.
Mrs. A. F. Hayes. Mrs. Kenneth
Fitzgerald. Mrs. K B. Daugherty,
and Mrs. Frank Meyers. -
Mrs. Chester Cox: Mrs. Curtis
Cross, Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrs.
E. J. Scellars, Mrs. Walter Kirk.
Mrs. Howard Hulsey. Mrs. A. C.
F. Perry, and Mrs. Frank Chap
Mrs. II. G. Maison: Mrs. J. J.
Elliott. , Mrs. Korl G. Becke, Mrs.
Ronald Jones, Mrs. Carl Arm
strong, Mrs. F. W. Poorman, and
Mr. E. V. McMechan.
Mrs. Victor Griggs: Mrs. Ercel
Kay, Mrs. Frederick Lamport,
Miss Jean Wilson and Mrs. Oli
Mrs. Ronald Friizell: Miss Vir
ginia Holt, MI33 Myra Belt, Mrs.
A. C. Nelson, and Mrs. George G.
Mrs. William Schultz: Mrs. Ar
thur Uoston. Mrs. William
Laughlln. Mrs. Don Madison,
Mrs. W. T. Jenks, and Mrs. J.
Mrs. Mark McAUister: Mrs
Dan Kellaher ,Dr. Fanny Brown
Tibbets, and Mrs. G. S. raxson.
Mrs. Asa Fisher: Miss Beryl
Pioneer. The Ellendale Worn
an's club met at the home of Mrs.
Frank Hobson Thursday afternoon
for its regular meeting. The fol
lowing members were present
Mrs, A. McFetridge, Mrs. Frank
Dornhecker, Mrs. Lester Martin,
Mrs. Forrest Martin, Mrs. John
Martin. Mrs. Willis and Mrs. Eu-,
nice Cutler. Refreshments were
served by toe hostess. The next
meetine will be with Mrs. Frank
: , Pattern
Note: Office hours for the society editor are from "
10 a. m. to ia noon and 2 p. m. to 0 p. m. oa every day
but Saturday, when they are 9 a, an. to IS aoo and
1 p. as. to 6 p. an
Tuesday, February 0
W. C. T. U. meeting, ip.ia.li hall on Commercial.
Salem Music Teachers association, 7: SO p. m., at
home Mrs. David Eason, 994 N. Summer.
American War Mothers at 2 p. m., American Luth
Writer's Section, Salem Arts League at home Mrs.
Blanche Jones, 60$ S. Church, 7:80 p. m.
South division, First Presbyterian church, 1 p. m.
at home Mrs. H. S. Bosshard, 1148 S. Liberty.
Wednesday, February 7
Business Girls S. S. class. First M. E. church, at
homeProf. and Mrs. A. A. Vazakas, 860 N. Cottage,
8 p. m.
Ladies Aid of Leslie Memorial church at 2 p. m.,
Maccabees regular meeting, K. P. hall, 8 p. m.
Missionary aoclety of First Congregational church,
2:30 p. m. in church parlors. Rev. C. H. Harrison of
Portland, speaker. 1
Thursday, February 8
O. N. S. club costume party at home Miss Mabel
Dotson. 1109 Union, 8 p. m.
D.V. Club Entertained
The D. V. club met Friday af
ternoon at the home of Mrs. Elton
Bumgardner. Time was spent in
formally with a late luncheon
serred. A Valentine motif in red
and green was carried out in ap
Guests present were Mrs. Neva
Johnston. Mrs. W. H. Gardner,
Mrs. Clara Adams. Mrs. Alma Mc
Whorter. Mrs. Frances Tillian,
Mrs. J. S. Murray, Mrs. John Nor
en, Mrs. Lou Olson, Mrs. W. F.
Neptune, Miss Margaret Newton
and Mrs. Elton Bunigarder, the
Liberty The Liberty Women's
club held its regular , session
Thursday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. R. D. Gibson with Mrs.
E. C. Free assistant hostess. The
date for the annual scholarship
loan tea was set for February 15
at the hall. A special feature is
to be a quilt exhibit, ribbons to
be given for the best quilted, old
est, etc. Committee chairmen
were appointed as follows: re
freshments, Mrs. Robert Forster;
quilt, Mrs. V. Decatur.; program,
It was decided to sponsor a
pre-school child clinic. Mrs. C. L.
Carson, chairman of the child
health committee, is to arrange a
date with the health center.
An all day Quilting will be held
February 20 at the home of Mrs.
W. Olden, with potluck lunch
eon. Miss Laura Garnjobst, return
ed missionary from Arabia ad
dressed the gathering. She also
exhibited a collection of articles
gathered in Arabia.
Mrs. Kate Holder's topic was
India: she also showed articles
brought from there by nor daugh
ter Edna Holder, who is spend
ing her second term as missionary
Twenty-four members attended.
Woodhurn The W o o d b u ru
Woman's club will hold its reg
ular meeting in the club rooms of
the public library Wednesday aft
ernoon at S o'clock. Mrs. Alden
Schwabauer will be the- speaker
of the afternoon and will bare
for her subject "Early History of
A group of old time songs will
be given by Mrs. Perle Love.
Hostesses for the afternoon will
be Mrs. S. W Maupin, Mrs. Bur
ton W. Dunn. Mrs. H. Overton,
and Mrs. H. L. Gill. Those serving
on the hospitality committee are
Mrs. A. B. Minaker and Mrs.
, B. Adkisson.
Hayesville Twenty-seven mem
bers of the Hayesville Woman's
club gathered at the home of Mrs.
E. L. Moor Thursday for their
regular meeting. Mrs. W. McMel
leon was assistant hostess.
Mrs. E. Bedwell presented the
current events for the past two
weeks. Mrs. H. Robertson read a
paper on "Lumber Industry of
Oregon." Mrs. Gaylen Siddell gave
book review on "Bethel and Au
rora." Mrs. Claud Taimage. past
president of the club, was present
ed with a gift in appreciation of
The club had as their guests
Miss Laara Moore, Joy creig.
Mrs. Lillian Shaver, Pauline Den
ny and Mrs. Clark.
The South division of the First
Presbyterian church will meet
with Mrs. H. S. Bosshard, 1143
Sonth Liberty, at 2 o'clock Tues
day afternoon. Mrs. Edd S. Byers
is the assisting nosiess.
Thft Salem Music Teachers as
soclation will be entertained by
Mrs. David Eason, 994 North
Summer, at 7:30 o'clock on Tues
day night. Mrs. Frank Lilburn and
Miss Mary Schultx will assist the
Music Artist CFNTB I
HOME AT MILL GlIY
THE next concert of the Salem
MacDowell club aeries to be
March t will feature Leslie Brig-
ham. famous singer-actor, assist
ed by Raymond McFeetera, pian
ist. In an unusually Interesting
song and piano concert.
Mr. Brlzham has been making a
tour of the western coast and is
acclaimed by many noted critics to
be an artist of rare ability. En
dowed "with the charm of a friend
ly and magnetic personality, .his
interesting Interpretations and
spledid musicianship have com
pletely won his audience wnerever
he has appeared.
Mr. McFeetera is equally well
known as a brilliant pianist. The
combination of the two artists
should make for a splendid eve
ning of entertainment.
Talbot. The Talbot Woman's
club met for its regular session
Wednesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. N. S. Nave. The special
feature for the next meeting will
be a Valentine box. After the reg
ular business meeting refresh
ments were served by the hostess.
The next meeting will be at the
home of Mrs. Claud Johnson, with
a potluck 'dinner.
Members present were Mrs. Ad
die Davidson, -Mrs. George Potts,
Mrs. Charles Taylor, Mrs. John
Calavan, Mrs. Van Buskirk, Mrs.
Claud Johnson, Mrs. D. E. Blin
ston, Mrs. E. J. Freeman, Mrs.
Arthur Johnson. Mrs. G. M. Bel
knap, Mrs. Delmer Davidson and
the hostess, Mrs. Nave. Special
guests were Mrs. Oscar Hovan,
Mrs. Esh and Mrs. J. D. Whittlng-
Dance Given on Roosevelt
Birthday Nets $70 For
MILL CITT, Feb. 1. Paul
Vincent, who ia company with
his mother, recently arrived la
Oregon from Rumford, Me, has
bought a five acre tract of ground
from Jack Hurt and la erecting
a four-room cottage on the place.
Several old barns and other build-
inn have been torn down and
these will be replaced by mod
ern outbuildings. The house, one
of the old landmarks In South
Mill City, burned about . a year
Mr. Vincent waa seat to the
coast by orders of his physician
and he and his mother spent
about two months la Oregoa City
and another month before com
ing to Mill City whore because
of the delightful climate they o
clded to make their permanent
Under the direction of George
Mason, who was assisted by Earn
Godwin, the birthday dance hon
oring President Franklin Delano
Roosevelt at Hammond hall Tues
day evening was a great success
An unusually large crowd was
present. The big hall was fitting'
ly decorated with Hags, red.
white and blue streamers and a
large picture of the president.
Musicians from 6clo, Lyons and
Mill City furnished the music.
Over $100 was taken in which
means that approximately $70
will be sent to Warm Springs
towards the hospital fund.
Seven out of Ten at Restaurant
. , Select Hotcakes for Breakfast
By D H. Talmadge, Sage of Salem
It is perhaps true that the per
son who really knows anything
can tell it, and that the better he
knows it the fewer words he re
quires for the telling, but some
folks refuse to believe it.
I have persisted for many years
ia a belief that everything will,
given time, work out for the best
And not yet, given time, have 1
Therer-is much of real sorrow la
the world, but much of that
which Is eaHed sorrorw Is caused
by selfishness and self-pity. Some
folks require almost a lifetime to
become acquainted with themselves.
I reckon one kindly act does
the world more good than a
thousand words of sympathy.
Which, by the way, does not nec
essarily mean that sympathy
should be withheld.
Tou may recall the old story
of the lion and the traveler. The
lion purred the while he licked
his chops. It Is a very sad story,
and It may be not entirely apro
pos. X mention it merely because
It chances to pop Into my head.
Pay no attention to it if It causes
We have made a great ado over
the "unknown soldier." I wonder
if the day will ever come when
we shall make an ado over the
silent sufferer. Not likely.
Minor mention: The average
new novel Is an inducer of sleep.
Seven of every ten men at res-
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D. H. TALMADGE
taurants eat hot cakes for break
fast. As an Interesting example
of the Inaccuracy of picture show
advertising compare the adver
tisement for "The House on 66th
Street" in Tuesday's Statesman
with the story as unfolded In the
picture. A newt story of cold
weather In the east stimulates
the local fuel market, even on a
springlike morning. Street com
ment on the "One Man's Jour
ney" (Lionel Barrymore) at the
Grand theatre the past week was
uniformly favorable. The begin
ning of a new semester In the
schools pepped up the book
stores. "Law of averages' proph
ets are hinting darkly at a late
spring and a cold summer. Six
percent of local news Is not p'ub
lishable. Marie Dressier appears
ia the Hollywood snapshots hug
ging a portrait of President Roos
evelt to her buzzem. The lobby at
the Grand theatre has been un
dergoing a change, one feature
of which is the covering of the
lobby window looking into the
office of Becke & Hendricks a
conservation of valuable advertis
ing space and an advantage to the
real estate firm. Of course, a boy
can't go to school if his ma
doesn't get his pants half-soled
in time. A woman on the street
who makes a noise like corduroy
trowsers when she walks may
have , and may not, and anyway
it's strictly her own business. The
ten biggest mpney-making Stars
of the year beginning September
1, 1932, and ending September 1,
1933, based on the reports of 12.
000 exhibitors throughout the
country in response to a question
naire sent out by the Motion Pic
ture Herald (New York) were,
in the order named, Marie Dress
ier, Will Rogers, Janet Gaynor,
Eddie Cantor, Wallace Beery,
Jean Harlow, Clark Gable, Mae
West, Norma Shearer, Joan Craw
ford. The Newspaper Publishers
association of California, at a rV
cent session, took a rap at the
use of Hollywood antics and the
foibles of Aimee McPherson as
news, and it's about time. In a
recent Hollywood love classic
shown locally the hero told the
beautiful heroine 14 times that
he was "nuts" about her and
used the word "baby" 27 times,
which some folks in the audience
admitted was more than they had
a right to expect for their money.
By ANNE ADAMS
Here's a bit of dash for your
spring wardrobe a captivating
mm model fashioned of gay
prints. The shoulder cape forms
the, yoke and sleeves, and ties in
a pert bow knot atthe throat
and there are clever angles to
the bodice." too. Length-giving
skirt-panels make the hips appear
rery slender. Youm find many
new monotones, that, .would also
.be splendid for this model com
bine two of your most becoming
shades or all in one color,- this
model would be equally smart.
Pick your-fabrics from the silks,
new crepes, and novelty cottons
Pattern 1769 is available In
sizes 14. 16. 18. 20. 32. 34, 36. 38
and 40. Size 16 takes 2 yards
39 inch fabric and yard con
trasting. Illustrated step-by-step
sewing instructions Included.
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By DARREL McCLURE
North Santiam Grace Rhoades
was hostess for the North San
tiam Woman's Sewing club at her
home Thursday afternoon. A
quilt was tied for the hostess, the
remainder of the time was spent
piecing on the club quilt.
Edna Scofleld will be hostess
for the Valentine party at her
home the next meeting. Three
new members were added to the
Members present were Mrs
Frances McLaughlin. Mrs. May
Bond. Mrs. Viola Hinkle, Mrs.
Lena Lyday, Mrs.. Sr.die Smith,
Mrm. Virginia Hammer, Mrs. Myr
tie Howard. Mrs. Evelyn Hatch,
Mrs. Effie Angel, Mrs. Marian
Lott, Mrs. Fowler and the host
ess, Mrs. Rhoades.
Wheatland. Mrs. Harry de
Ralsmes entertained the Wheat
land Social Service Shower club at
her home at 1 o'clock potluck din
ner. The afternoon was spent mak
ing articles to be sold at toe ta
xaar to bo held at the Wheatland
community hall Saturday night.
The next meeting win be at me
home of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Hunt-
ley. " " - .
Mrs. Ben A. Larkins will en
tArtaia 'the old and new officers
of the Waconda community club
at her home on the North River
road lonlehL Husbands will be
special ruesta. The evening will
h iMnt Informally with a late
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