The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 30, 1956, Page 18, Image 18

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    18-(Sea III) Statesman, Salem, Ore., Sun., Sept 30, '56
t Mr. Fklllp Hawley win taitr-
laia the Delta Delta Delta alum
na at btr Candalaria bomt on
Hansen Aremia Monday evening,
at a ' T: desaert supper. Co
hostesses win bo Mm. Mark As-
irup, Mrs. Barnes Rot era, Mrs.
Walter Socolofsky and Mrs. Rich
ard Taggesett. ; Mrs. James B
Corlett Is president of the (roup
and will preside at too opening
jneeung of tno season,
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Nature overlooked only one
thing when she constructed the
human foot Into the relatively
mall space which your feet rep
resent ah built an amazing struc
ture with the strength to support
the whole weight of your body
and the flexibility to provide lo
comotion.". She put 36 bones Into each foot.
12 bones in all one-quarter of
all the bones in your body. These
bones are grouped in four distinct
arches, carrying your weight and
balancing you when you walk or
run. She provided, too, a coordi
nated network of muscles, ten
dona, ligaments, nerves, blood
Altogether, the foot is one of
nature's genuine works of art a
mechanism of unusual strength,
resiliency, mobility. '
' But nature could not foresee
toncrete pavements, bard floors,
unyielding surfaces a civilisa
tion that would wear shoes. Rec
ognizing this, sensible people un
derstand tnr importance of put
ting the right kind of shoes on
their feet shoes which will not
interfere with the mechsnism of
the loot is nature intended it to
function. t ,
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the consequences, may should
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their bad effect on your feet and
your general health. As strong a
they are, your feet are remark
ably sensitive to abuse. You treat
them carelessly, thoughtlessly
at your own risk. . , i
Wherever you buy your shoes,
Insist (1) on personal attention
from someone skilled and cxneri.
enced in fitting; (2) on having
both feet measured carefully,
both sitting sod standing; (J) on
toying oa both shoes.
" If yon ar fortunate, you some
times esn buy the right shoes in
the wrong store but you csnt
ver buy the wrong shoes ia the
right store!
Prof; Butler
Will Present
Radio Series
Beginning this Sundsy afternoon,
Prof. Stanley Butler of Willamette
university's College of Music will
be ' heard , in a radio series on
music appreciation over station
KGAY, The program will be heard
from I to 1:M p.m.
Prof. Butler will preview spe
cial events the week before they
appear, such as Community Con
certs, the Portland Symphony, or
a Willamette Distinguished Artist
series concert. On other programs
no win uiustrsie and discasa some
important aspect of music. Illus
trations will be nsed by his own
piano playing and by records.
Music critic for the Oregon
Statesman and president of the
Oregoa Music Teachers' associ
ation, Prof. Butler will feature
guest music authorities from the
Salem area.
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Conductor to Bo Honored
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Thoodor Bloomfield, conductor of the Portland Symphony
orchestra, who will be honored at a public reception on
Wodnosday, October 10 In the Oregon Room at Meier and
Frank's, Salem. The affair is being sponsored by the Salem
Symphony Society as a prelude to the opening concert here
on October 16.
Royal Danish Ballet Provides
Beautiful Music Rhythm, Color
w Statesman Music Editor
NEW YORK The Royal Danish Ballet's American premiere of
Serge Profoffleffs "Romeo and Juliet" provided an evening of most
exquisite rhythm, color, subtle gestures and beautiful music we've
ever experienced. .
Though claiming no technical knowledge of ballet, we love it and
have, we believe, seen enough to appreciate all the more this dancing
Our Danish ballet seems to be
of a more etheresl quality than
the more stolid Russian school.
Gestures of gentle grsco plsy sn
Important part in the perform
ance, and a facial expression of
ten projects an ides.
Lighting effects are utilized s
great deal, with full illumination
seldom employed. Effective use is
made of transparent backdrops
whereby the dancer or chorus sp
pears to approach at a distance,
coming across the stage on a high
er level and behind a misty gauie.
Once a black backdrop and thin
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black gauze were used for white
gowned Juliet to approach. She
seemed to be walking in the sky.
Costumes remained the same
throughout the play, s scarf or
mantle the only variation. Scen
ery was sn effective minimum,
but the suggestion of the scene
was not entirely left to the imag
ination. Steps were often used.
The balcony scene took place on
an high iron-railinged platform, to
which Romeo climbed from the
side, but dancers used steps to
ward the front for the dramatic
dance. This solved the question of
hpw to show speech rather than
bear it.
Henning Kortram was a tall
brunette, and seemingly young
Romeo, Mona Vangsaa was a
blond and wispy Juliet. Though
Johan Hye-Knudsen is regular
conductor. Robert Teller is serving
that capacity in America. No
chorographer is listed on the pro
gram, though Frank Schaufuss is
credited as ballet master. Jens
Luis Peterson is manager, and s
clever young man with his Eng
lish ss we know, because he was
a witty speaker at a buffet sup
per that followed in the Waldorf
Astoria when The Danish Travel
Bureau was hosts to the News
paper Food Editors.
The ballet is about to go on
tour, but will not include "Romeo
and Juliet" in its tour repertoire.
Reserve Seats
On Sale for
Reserve season tickets for the
Willamette University Distin
guished artist series will be on
sale only until the date of the first
concert, Kovach and Rabosky Rus
sian ballet, Nov. 15. announced
manager Bill Strand this week.
A new innovation of the tickets
sales campaign this year will be
subscription selling in the down
town business area. One may pay
one dollar to a student salesman1
in exchange for a guaranteed re
serve seat. He will then pay the
balance of his season ticket at i
Stevens and Sons and choose his
reserved seat in the auditorium.
This method will guarantee the1
ticket holder his choice of seatine. !
but subscriptions must be ex
changed for sesson tickets no later
than Nov. 1.
Over one-third of the season
tickets have already been sold for
reserved seating. Strand added
and the 300 student tickets avail-1
able will go on sale Monday.
Appesnng on this year s concert
series wm be Kovach and Rabov
sky ballet, Nov. IS; Jose Iturbl,
pianist, Dec. 13; Cesar Valletti,
tenor, Jan. 24. and Vienna Choir
Boys, March t. Tickets may be
purchased only at Stevens and
Mrs. Kenneth Potts will be
hostess to members of Chapter
BQ, PEO Monday evening at a
dinner meeting at her Morning
side home at 6:30 p.m. A special
guest will be Mrs. Ralph Day of
Portland, first vice president of
the Oregon PEO Sisterhood. Mem
bers of the social committee will
assist the hostess.
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Piano Recital
On Campus
Lamar Crowson, recently ap
pointed professor of piano at the
Royal College of Music in London,
will, appear in recital in Willanv
ette University's Fine Arts Audi
torlum Wednesday evening at 8:15
p.m. His appearance in Salem is
being sponsored by the local chap
ters of Mu Phi Epsilon and Phi
Mu Alpha, national music honor
aries, and the college of music.
Receiving his early training In
Portland with Nellie Tholen, he
won many prizes for his playing
in the Pacific Northwest and Canada.
In 1948 he went to England to
study at the Royal College of Mu
sic. Among the prizes he received
in England snd Europe are the
Dannreuther prize and Chappel
gold medal, the Queen Elizabeth
of Belgium international concours.
the Harriet Cohen International
medal for outstanding achieve
ment, and the Chamber music
prize in Munich.
Prior to his present visit to the
United States, Crowson played six
concerts with different British or
chestras in the last year. On his
present tour in America, he will
appear as soloist with the Vancou
ver, British Columbia and the Tor
onto symphony orchestras.
Reception for
Theodore Bloomfield. conductor
of the Portland Symphony Orches
tra, will be honored at a public
reception on Wednesday, October
10 to initiate the Salem season of
the Portland Symphony. The re
ception will be held in the Oregon
Room of the Meier and Frank
store at 3:30 p.m
To Appear in Recital
Four Corners Club To Begin Season
V ;
Lamar Crowson, professor of pi4fio at the Royal College of
Music in London, will appear in tecital in Salem Wednesday
night at the Willamette University Fine Arts Auditorium.
The public Is invited to attend.
Ushers Are
Named for
Stage Show
Mrs. Charles Heltzel, chairman
of ushers for the Pentacle Play
ers production, "Private Lives",
being sponsored by the Salem
Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, at
one performance only. Friday, Oc-
tnhor 1? at the Wiltamolt Uni
versity Fine Arts auditorium. has'Ple1at 8 P m Th('re SP"
Anne Hicks, Joan Hicks, and June
Not only will this group of high
school girls usher the flight of the
performance of Noel Coward's
bnsht comedy, they will also as
sist general chairmen, Mrs. James
C. Stone and Mrs. James C.
Watts, with the distribution of
colorful posters. The posters have
been made for this production by
Mrs Fred Wolf of the Pentacle
Chadwirk Chapter, OES will meet
Tuesday night at the Masonic Tern-
FOUR CORNERS - Officers in
charge of the first meeting of the
year for the Four Corners Wom
an's Club on October 4 at I p.m.
at the Community hall will be
president, Mrs. Cecil Hunsaker;
vice president, Mrs. Wsrren
Shrake: secretary, Mrs. Hardie
Phillips; treasurer, Mrs. W. Clark
Bachman; cheer, Mrs. T. R. Ea
ton: membership and represents.
tive to the Community Center As
sociation. Mrs. Allen Gordon: pub
licity, Mrs. C. W. Jorgensen and
Mrs. E. M. White.
Hostesses will be Mcsdames Ce
cil Hunsaker, Warren Shrake, W.
Clark Bachman and Hardie Phil
lips. This is guest get-acquainted
night and all interested women are
invited to attend.
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Special menu and dinner music, modeling, free
favors for the children
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The Portland Symphony Orches- Thpv inciu(je
ira, under Mr. bioomneio s direc
tion, will be heard in a series of
three concerts in Salem, the first
to be presented in the Fine Arts
Auditorium at Willamette Univer
sity on Tuesday, October 16. at
8:15 p.m. Subsequent concerts will
be presented on January 15 and
March 11, 1957.
The program for the first con
cert will include the works
the misses Judy
Ohmart, Diane Boyd, Conie Col
lins. Carol Harland. Anne Hurd.
Helen Hewitt. Beth Needham, Ja
nice Smith, Sally Kay Jochimsen,
concerts a series of evening cof
fee hours have been arranged for
the presentation and discussion of
the music which will be per-
0f formed
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