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Spokane, Washington
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Sunday, September 8, 1940
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Beacon Rebekah Lodge. Beacon lodge will meet Saturday evening in the Mead I. O. O F. hall. Plans will be made for the Rebekah district meeting to be held October 5. - Theta Rho Girls' Club. Theta Rho girls will meet Friday evening in Odd Fellows' hall, Miss Phyllis Williams presiding. - 11illyard Past Grand The Past Noble Grands' club of Ilillyard Rebekah lodge will have luncheon Tuesday with Mrs. Abheal, E2913 Broad avenue. Mrs. Lucretia Drake, president, will call a business session. - Mount Spokane Social Club. The club will have lunch Wednesday with Mrs. Ida Kerr, E2627 Fourth avenue. - Hope Junior Club. The club will hold another reorganization meeting Tuesday eve-ring in the I. O. O. F. temple. 1.0.0. F. Auxiliary to Patriarchs. The Ladies' Auxiliary to Petri-larch' Militant will hold their first fall session Friday evening in the Odd Fellows' temple, 1017 First avenue, following a dinner, of which the president, Mrs. Catherine Burt, is in charge. A reception will be held for Mrs. E. Lela Kay, newly elected vice president of the state association of auxiliaries. Masonic. ilyard F. and A. M. ' Vinyard Masonic lodge will hold Its first fall meeting Thursday everting in the Ili ilyard Masonic temple, with Carl Sanford, worshipful master, in charge. 1 THE SPOKESMAN-REVIEW, SPOKANE, WASH. Washington and Alaska RhlekP President Comes Will Be Guest of Truth and Imperial Lodges Leah Chapter to Entertain Grand Esther Moose and Eagles Feature Jack Major. The president of the Rebekah Assembly of Washington and Alaska, Henrietta Emigh of Walla Walla, will officially visit Imperial Rebekah lodge No, 58 Wednesday evening. and on Thursday evening will be the guest of Truth Rebekah lodge. Trinity Court of Amaranth. The court will meet Monday eve. Ming in the North Hill Masonic temple. Officers will practice this afternoon. Blethers of Jewel Assenibly. The mothers' club of Jewel assembly. Order of, Rainbow for Girls, will meet Friday afternoon in the -Ii1lyard Masonic temple. Eastern Star. Alcyone Chapter. Alcyone chapter will observe ;tolled Morris night next Friday evening. Mrs. Grace Alstrom, president of Alcyone's past matrons' group, Will speak on the life of Mr. Morris. The worthy matron, Mrs. Alice Mustoe. will submit her grand chapter report. Associate Matrons of O. E. S. The club will have a luncheon and business meeting Thursday in the downtown Masonic temple. - Leah Chapter. The chapter tomorrow evening will honor one of its past matrons, Elizabeth Lucas, who has been ap pointed grand Esther of the grand chapter of Washington. Other grand officers are expected to attend. The Esthers of O. E. S. chapters of Spokane and vicinity and the past matrons of 1932 will be special guests. - Loyalty Chapter. Founders' day will be observed at the chapter's first fall session on Wednesday evening. Miss Helen Dare will give a travel talk. The 1940 officers will act tut hosts and ostesaes. - O. E. S. lslatrons of 1940. The presiding worthy matrons, C. E. S., will lunch at the Masonic temple Thursday. Audubon Friendship Club. The club will have a potluck luncheon Wednesday with Mrs. F. E. DeVoe, Pasadena Park. - Conductress Club, O. E. S. The Conduetress and Associate Conductress' club will have lunch eon Thursday in the downtown Ma. barge temple. - Spokane Chapter Fast Matrons. The Past Matrons' club of chapter No. 163 will have luncheon Tuesday with Mrs. Elva Bayne, W820 Grace avenue. - Victory Chapter. Victory chapter will celebrate its 22c1 anniversary with initiation and a birthday party tomorrow evening in Opportunity hall. KnightsTDIPythias. Red Cross lodge will meet Wednesday evening in Pythian castle. The rank of esquire will be conferred. Officers elected for the ensuing term are as follows: E. W. Gilkey, chancellor commander; Robert Sickaloose, vice chancellor; Joe E. King, prelate; Frank Lamberson, keeper of records; W. R. Sampson, master of work: Earl Bailie, master of finance; DeWitt D. Reese, master of exchequer; Stanley Bretton, master at arms; Earl McCullough, inner guard; George Ballinger, outer guard. , The following delegates were elected at last meeting to attend the grand lodge convention at Walla Walla October 7 to 9: Frank Lamberson, Joe King, Earl Bailie, Hugh Gordon: alternates, Ray Rehberg, Amos Hill, Elmer Hall and A. C. Bennett. Order of Moose. Colonel Jack Major, writer, vocalist, whistler and conductor of a coast-to-coast radio program, will be the headline entertainer at an open meeting of the Spokane Moose lodge next Friday night, announces Clarence Pierce, secretary. Women of the Moose. Mrs. Mildred Ham, chairman of the child care and training corn mittee, announces that the Women of the Moose will again sponsor the nursery schools conducted for small children of the underprivileged class. All committee chairmen of Spokane chapter will meet with the executive board next Friday evening in the assembly room of the Moose temple. They and the membership at large are invited by the local men's lodge to hear Colonel Jack Major speak afterward In the large hall of the temple. A card party is. planned by the chapter for September 25, with Mrs. Mickey Diens as chairman. A Women of the Moose bowling league will be organized, and interested members should contact Senlot Regent Mary Dire before the next chapter meeting. The senior regent's escorts, directed by Este Mowat, will meet for drill practice tomorrow evening. Doris Safford heads the newly announced telephone committee. Eagles. Jack Major, nationally known humorist, will be featured in enter. tainment following the business meeting Tuesday evening. E. J. Parker is in charge of arrangements. The next clime initiation will be held September 17. R. B. Halliday, chairman of the state publicity committee, has taken over the duties of Secretary J. W. Koontz during the latter's vacation. - Auxiliary to Eagles. The Thimble club will have a covered dish luncheon Thursday with Mrs. Lenora White, S516 Ray street. Pauline Hann, president, is in charge. Patriotic Groups. Spanish War Veterans' Auxiliary. General Charles King camp. U. S. W. V., and auxiliary will jointly meet Thursday evening in Veterans' ball at the armory to observe Constitution week. A potluck dinner and a short business meeting of the auxiliary will precede the joint evening session. Navy Mothers' Club. The club will begin fall activities at a luncheon Thuraday with Mrs. Russell Smith of Opportunity. The assisting hostesses are Mrs. Flora Zulke and Mrs. Mabel Bergen. - Auxiliary to Runyon V. F. V. The ladies auxiliary to post 3067, V. F. W., will meet for luncheon and card games with Mrs. Jeanette Roush, E3204 Seventeenth, on Tuesdey. Wednesday evening the auxiliary will meet at S3117 Freya. The post and auxiliary will hold a benefit card party Friday at the home of Charles Smith, E1408 Providence. - Auxiliary to V. F. W. 1474. The auxiliary to post 1474 will meet Friday evening in its hall at E3012 Diamond. - American Legion Auxiliary. North Side unit No. 136 will meet tomorrow in its clubroom in Legion hall, Grace and Lincoln. Extensive local relief work for Spokane veterans and the community is planned. Directed by Mn. William Hicks, the group has been very busy with Red Cross work during vacation, and by September 1 had completed a quota of 500 infants' garments. Gregg Woman's Relief Corps. The circle of Nathan P. Gregg corps will have luncheon Tuesday with Mrs. Marian Weaver, E3619 Wellesley. Card games will follow. Mrs. Mae Pierson, president. is in charge. Modern Woodmen. Excelsior camp will resume its meetings September 16 in its new location, the Knights of Pythias hall, W1203 Riverside. Woodmen of World. Spokane camp No. 99 met Thursday in the Knights of Pythias hall. A social night will be observed September 19. The Juniors will meet the afternoon of September 21. Royal Neighbors. Prosperity Camp. The past oracles' club of the camp will meet with Anna Stall-smith, N2215 Oak, Wednesday afternoon. The drill team and the convention officers will practice in GRAND ESTHER :., . . . Mrs. Elizabeth Lucas, a past worthy matron of Leah chapter, O. E. S., and a past president of the Past Matrons' association of the Inland Empire, was appointed grand Esther of the grand chap. ter of Washington. Mrs. Lucas will be guest of honor of Lean chapter tomorrow evening. ,, YOUNG STAR SAILS THE SEA IN OWN SPEEDBOAT 1 Zk,, 'It ,,mrryllnrInmvb FAMILY TRIOThe Withers, father, mother and their famous child, Jane, who stole "Bright Eyes" from under the tiny nose of Shirley Temple almost seven years ago to become a star her. self. She is said to be unspoiled by her luxurious surroundings and to find her greatest pleasure In running her speedboat, which is one of her most treasured possessions. March's Film Chore Nets Only $12,000 Fredric March, drawing down $100,000 for his stint in the David Loew-Albert Lewin film, "Flotsam," will net only $12,000 on the deal after deducting federal and slate taxes and other fixed charges. Because he's already in the higher tax bracket, he is declining all picture offers until after next spring. Meanwhile, he may do a Broadway play or son.le radio work. BERNHARDT'S NEXT. Kurt Bernhardt, whose first Hollywood directorial effort, ''My Love Came Back," won high critical acclaim, will direct The Lady With Red Hair," starring Miriam Hopkins, as his next Warner Brother" assignment "The Lady With Red Hair" is the autobiography of the late Mrs. Leslie Carter. Charles Kenyon wrote the screen play. the Knights of Pythias hall Tuesday morning. - Unity Camp. The September meeting of the camp will be held next Tuesday evening in the Knights of Columbus hall. Those who were Royal Neighbors for 25 years or longer will be special guests. Unity Social club will have luncheon next Friday with Kate Mastalkm, W1909 Shannon. Roll call will be answered with vacation experiences. Railway Orders. Auxiliary to B. of L. E. The auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, Mount Baldy division No..327, will meet Tuesday afternoon in Hi Ilyard Masonic temple. The auxiliary to W. S. Mellon division No. 154 will have a potluck luncheon and a business meeting Thursday In the Knights of Pythias castle. In charge are Mn. A. Ross, Mn. C. A. Merrill and Mrs. Eldora Cornett. Sapphire Lodge No. 317. Sapphire lodge No. 317 IA'111 initiate candidates Wednesday afternoon, following a potluck birthday luncheon. The organization's legislative representative has advised the group that the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen indorsed M. C. Wallgren for the United States senate and Congressman Charles H. Leavy. - Auxiliary to B. of L. F. and E. Kootenai lodge No. 317 will meet Wednesday at the Bowl and Pitcher for a steak fry. The event is for members only. Mrs. Harry Hodgson and Mrs. Clifford Surber are in charge of transportation. Auxiliary to B. of R. T. Amethyst lodge No. 581, auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, will meet Wednesday afternoon in the Hi Ilyard Masonic temple. The president. Mrs. Isabel Williams, will report on the annual meeting in Seattle in June and on legislation passed. Lodges in Brief. Omaha Woodmen and Circle. Grove No. 6 and camp No. 5 will meet Thursday evening in the I. O. a F. hall at N5119 Market street, Hi ilyard. The dance and picnic committees will report. Miss Fern Bauersfeld, state manager for the Woodmen circle, was in Spokane Wednesday and Thursday. - Degree of Honor. Spokane lodge will meet in the Knights of Pythias hall Friday evening. A national officer, Lois A. Geiser of Battle Ground, Wash., will be the guest of honor. Friendship No. 27 will ritset Monday afternoon with Mrs. Mary Miller, E3634 Queen. Scandinavian Fraternity. A program of special interest will be presented and refreshments served at the meeting next Saturday evening in the Knights of Pythias hall. - Security Benefit Association. Election of officers and other important business will be taken up by council No. 502 Tuesday evening in the Knights of Pythias hall. - Sons of Norway. The annual picnic for members and their families will be held today In Audubon park. Ice cream and coffee will be furnished by the lodge. A card party will be conducted Tuesday evening in Forester's hall. W. B. A. Review No. 68 will postpone its card party, scheduled for Wednesday next, until October. Instead, officers and members will practice Wednesday in Western Union hall for a corning fall rally. The Westway club of review No. 56 will meet Friday with Mrs. D. Williams, E2504 Heroy street. A business meeting will follow the luncheon. CHILD STAR. H. ALMOST CROWN UP -- rtj ',Tr ,.g.. MEET JANE WITHERSAlso her mother, Mrs. Ruth With. ers, whose common sense is said to have been the stabilizing in. fluence in making it possible for the young star to complete her seven-year contract with Twentieth CenturyFox. Today's Radio Programs KHQ. (590 KC.) 8:00 a. m.Story of LTs Al!. 8:15Julio Martinez. 8:30Wings Over America. 9:00Music for Moderns. 9:15Puget Sound Salmon Derby 9:30Spiritual Issues of the War. 9:45Silver Strings. 10:15Gems of Melody. 10:30Chicago Round Table. 11:00National Day of Prayer. 11:30Madrigal Singers. 11:45H. V. Kaltenborn. 12:00Chautauqua Symphony. 12:30 p. m.The World Is Yours. 1:00Yvette. 1:15Three Cheers. 1:45Way Down South. 2:00Catholic.Hour. 2:30Beat the Band. 3:00War Map. 3:15Moonbeam Trio. 3:30Band Wagon. 4:00Char Ile McCarthy. 4:30One Man's Family. 5:00Manhattan Merry-GoRound. 5:30American Album. 6:00Hour of Charm. 6:30Carefree Carnival. 7;15Irene Rich. 7:30A1 Donahue Orchestra. 7:45Secret Agent K-7. 8:00Walter Winchell. 8:15Parker Family. 8:30Night Editor. 9:00Disciples of Rhythm. 9:30National Defense. 9:45Melodic Gold. 10:15Bridge to Dreamland. 11:00Music You Want. KCA. (1470 KC.) 8:00 a. m.Radio City Music Hall. 9:00Listen and Live. 9:15Norsemen Quartet. 9:30Al and Lee Reiser. 10:00What People Think. 10:45Tapestry Musicale. 11:00National Day of Prayer. 11:30Reveries in Melody. 12:00Sunday Vespers. 12:30 p. m.Revuers Fun. 1:00Bobby Byrne orchestra. 1:15Bible Fellowship Hour. 1:45Spokane Council of Christian Youth. 2:00Gray Gordon orchestra. 2:15Baseball game. 4:00Summer Symphony orchestra. 4:30Our Saviour's Lutheran Church. 5:00Old Fashioned Revival. 6:00Good Will Court. 7:00Race Recreation. 7:45Melody Time. 8:15-1-larry Owens orchestra. 8:30Bill Stern on Sports. 8:45Baseball game. 10:30Paul Martin Music. 11:00Floyd Wright. KFPY. (390 KC.) 8:00 a. m.West Coast Church of the Air. 8:30Salt Lake Choir. 9:00Church of the Air. 9;30March of Games. 10:00United We Stand. 10:30WPA. 11:00Columbia Broadcasting Symphony. 12:30 p. m.Invitation to Learning. 1:00Vpers at Temple of Religion. 1:10Flow Gently Sweet Rhythm. 2:00Music in the Air. 2:30Melody Ranch. 3:45Canadian Grenadier Guard's Band. 4:00Columbia Workshop. 4:30Chuck Foster. - 4:55E1mer Davis. 5:00Ford Summer Hour. 6:00Take It or Leave It. 6:30Grant Park Concert. 7;00Johnny Presents "Crime Doctor." 7:25Al Kave lin. 7:30Bob Crosby. 8:00Henry Busse. 8:30Land of Dance. 8:35Baron Elliott. 9:00Jimmie Lunceford. 9:45Moonlight Serenade. 10:00Bob Crosby. 10:30Kay Kyser. 11:00Garwood Van. 11:30Manny Strand. (1120 KC.) 7:55 a. m.Weather Reports. 8:00Gideon Society. 8:30Wings of Morning. 9:00Christian Endeavor. 9:30First Brethren. 10:00Band Concerts. 10:15Concert Platform. 10:45OrganVocal. 11:00Four Square Gospel. 12:00Vocal Moods. 12:39 p. m.Voice of the Broadway Baptist. 1:00Hollywood on Parade. 1:30Radio Pastor. 2:00Across the Sea. 2:30Bert Hirsch Presents. 3:00Mood Musicale. 3:30Crusader. 4:00Swing Time. 5:00Song of Evening. Mary Martin Is Not to Be Type Guarding Mary Martin against "typing," the bugaboo of many a promising film newcomer, Paramount has assigned the talented young singing and dancing star to her first straight dramatic role. As a vehicle for Miss Martin the studio has purchased "New York Town," an original screen play by Jo Swerling, and is readying the story for production beginning October 1. Anthony Willer has been assigned to hold production reins on the picture and Mitchell Leison will direct. SUPERIOR Kodak Finishing Ultra fine grain developing. Correctly timed prints. Clear, bright enlargements. SPECIAL One enlargement $1 painted In oils I CIIRISTMS,! NI04 HOWARD. MAIN In23. to I IMPROVE In In sow i I Your Speaking Voice 1 Important Step to Success I IAdultsChildren Iola NOW I the Spealtitys. Club 1 IVALO EDDY I i2 NAN MARCO arra. I So aaaaa Am al Adam,. Hay. Infig. I . no go on no los no no ow no ow me i L77-1 OLDFASHIONED (-4" 1 I REVIVAL "Ri it ft CDir. harlet E. Fuller. D . ,.e ,..., Foreeful Gospel it t:',.,..7 Pre1ching-011 .,,g Hymn. of the Faith mi Fwyry Pundav II. INI p. m.--ana 1 tlo Kilnevelm. t A hatt21114, -id, (yowl rtheram SUNDAY MORNINC, SEN'EMBER 8, 1940. Jane Withers Is Only Child to Survive 7-Year Contract Twelve Option Periods Help Raise Odds Against Juveniles to 500 to 1; Youngsters Big Risk; Jane's Development Not Easy. By HAROLD ITEITERNAN. North American Newspaper Alliance. HOLLYWOOD, Sept. 7.As much a part of movietown itself as the cry of "Action!" on its sound stages is that treacherous legal tool known as the "seven-year term contract." If Hollywood thinks you're O. K. The kids who play badminton and you're signed to one of those seven- swim one night each week in her year termer'. On the surface it group swear by her WI a 'grand would seem to promise screen glor- sport," a testimonial any one in Mention, fancy motor cars, ermine- nonprotemional life would treasure. lined swimming poolsand all at an Jackie (the Kid) Coogan couldn't ever-increasing salary. hritiodo Stub zpvert-vpar can Nalt)Nor The Joker Is that every seven-year contract, with very few exceptions (Clark Gable's Is one) has written into It no less than 12 option periods. Each six months during Its life, he cold-hearted pro. ducer may check the progress of his chattel and exercise his legal prerogativewhich may mean dismissal or continuation. Most of the time it dismissal for only a scattered few seven-year contracts have ever been worked out. Andy Devine completed one at Universal a few weeks ago and put on a gala celebration. lie has just signed another with the same lot. Joan Crawford survived, even progressed, through one at M.-G.-Al. But on the whole most are wiped out long before expiration. Chances are about 100 to 1 that an actor signing one won't he anywhere near his original base of operation seven years later. Chances Against Juveniles 500 to For a Juvenile signing a seven-year deal the odds leap to 500 to There's no more precarious acting merchandise on the Hollywood market than kid players. They start sensationally and sputter out with a sickening thud. The smooth development of Jane Withers career wasn't so easy as it was accepted. The two persons besides Jane who have had most to do with this Hollywood miracle are her mother, Mrs. Ruth Withers, a level-headed woman who looks life squarely in the eye, and Sol M. Wurtzel, a producer whose 25 years In that line makes him something of a record-breaker himself. Another reason why Jane has whipped the seven-year bugaboo; she isn't loaded down with high-budget pictures. The pressure has never been on her at the box office as in the case of Shirley Temple, who $2,000,000 budgets often made the studio's very foundation tremble. If some of Jane's films haven't been up to standard, no great effort was made to sell them so the studio could get its money back. They were played to the family and rural trade, where Jane is tops and nothing she can do is wrong. Simple Life Asset. Her careful rearing and unaffected home life have been responsible in a large measure for Jane's success. She has luxury plus in her beautiful home on Sunset boulevard, but she never takes advantage of it. Her best girl chum is the youngster she met and liked when she was a nobody in Hollywood. group swear by her Lit a ''grand sport," a testimonial any one in nonprotemional life would treasure. Jackie (the Kid) Coogan couldn't bridge the seven-year gap. Neither could Baby Marie Osborne, Baby Peggy Montgomery, Ben Alexander, Davey Lee (the sob interest in Jolson's mammy films). Mitzi Green, Wesley Barry, Bobby Breen and on through en endless list. Even Shirley Temple, for whom such elaborate ''growing-through" plans had been made by her studio, slipped badly and had to be ejected. But for the first time since Mr. Edison projected Images on a screen, a child star has lasted as long as the terms of her original screen contract. Jane's contract, like most others In Hollywood, was written to cover a period of seven years with six-month options. She was signed by Twentieth Century-Fox in 1933 and the new option just lifted takes her through 1941 when the agreement expires. of all the child stars who have ildAtet 27044 A113010 GIBSON MOTOR CO. Second and Ntodison Inland Chevrolet Sales Co; Second and Cedar Buchanan Chevrolet Co. Gerlach Motor Co; Third and 1411 N472-1 Market 3 Americana Is Theme of Hollywood Styles Stylist Jo Copeland says this is a good year for: Women's shoulders, domestic textiles, South American popularity in styles and patriotic motifs in clothing. Miss Copeland, New York designer here to visit such of her patrons as Mary Bickford, Carmel Myers and Simone Simon, regards broad shoulders as definitely the outstanding note in the new modes for women, She says, "Broad shoulders do too much to improve the figure, narrowing waist and hiplines, ever to he discarded. 'However, shoulder padding wilt be done more carefully, an the frock won't look as though it had a coat hanger inside." California will continue to lead In the world of smart sports clothes, says Miss Copeland. "Americana" is the new theme song for both sports and evening wear, chiefly in the use of ra. triotic color"and Z only hope discretion is used." Clara Kimball Young has been tuisigned a role in Paramount's "The Roundup." The actress, whose name in lights has graced the mar . quee of thousand's of theaters, will appear as 'Mrs. Wilson," a tt ou3e4 keeper. paraded before the cameras since the industry's birth, Jane is the first to go the full seven-year route. It makes her career unique. She may not be the best young actress, dancer or singer. What is it then that puts her on top? She has triumphed because she's Jane Withers, on and off the screen, and peopleenough for her to hurdle that seven-year term eontrart hen. divanhappen to like her a lot. 5 a 5 and Pontiac's Big "Torpedo" Fleet offers you a choice of a Six or an Eight in any modeL! 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