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Friday. November 28. lao*
Club Women Discuss
Teen Kniie Carriers
(Continued from page 3)
m ett Williams. Emery Barnes, and
Mel Streeter, all members of the
The party p ro
gressed later in the evening for
dancing to the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Olandus Webb with their
•son .Edward, as host.
Miss Kay G ru b y of Seattle,
spent the past week end in P o rt
land. She was guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene L. Carden.
A bridge and whist p arty is
planned for Wednesday evening
oy Epsilon Zeta Lam bda c h a p
ter of Alpha Phi Alpha f r a te r
nity. Play is scheduled for 3:00
p.m. at St. P h ilip ’s Parish House.
Bishop Robert Sean e of the
H ouse of P ra y e r left this week
to visit churches in Yakima, S p o
kane and in Lewiston. Idaho.
Service were he'd Monday a f
ternoon for William Portillo who
passed quietly in his sleep on
N ovem ber l!)th at the family re s
idence at 442 N. E Thompson
street. Born in G randbury, T e x
es, Mr. Pertillo was a veteran of
WWI, and had been a resident
of P ortland for many r e a r . H<‘
leaves bereaved, his wife, Etelie,
.md his mother, M s. Elizabeth
P ertillo of Buckint idge, Tex .
Rev. Jesse L. Boyd of Bethel
A ME church officiated. Alfred
F iv ers was soloist.
were: W ilbur Marshall, John Gal-
fishsw, Freddie Craven. C t.a :!
Rawlins, R. H Herndon Sr., and
Henry Creal. Concluding -ervic>*>
w ere in W illam ette National
On Thursday evening, N ovem
ber 6, Mrs. Edw ard Barno was
hostess to the Business Women's
Mrs. Frances Williams a c a -
w orker at M ultnom ah County
u uhlic Welfare office , -poke t'
the lti m em bers outlining the
services offered by her agency
President of the club is M. Ruth
Five m em beis of Billy Webb
lodge. Improved Bene, cent nd
Protective O rder of FI!k
received grand lodge com m i-don ■
for the N oithwest jurisdiction
They are Ulysses G. P lum m er
assistant grand legal a d v b e r D
I). N. U n th an k , Northwest gi.i d
medical adviser; Oliver hi bi ith
N orthwest grand ot.,a n i ,-»r I .1
aid Evans, N orthw est grand lec
Mrs. M artha Payne led a ais-
turer, and H erbert Lewis, North-
entitled “The Toy That
vest grand chsirm ar. of tran sp o r
Kills” at the last regular meet-
Frank McIntosh, president ol | Ing of the Co-op club held No
the N orthwest States association vem ber 20 at the home of Mrs.
of the lodge, announces th a t a Lucille Crow. 2813 N. Vancouver
junior herd is being organized avenue, it was announced by
Mrs. Rachel Barno, publicity
William C raw ford, Portland I chairman.
Merchant seaman, is ill at U. S.
The discussion was in line
M arine hospital in Seattle.
with a project being organized
card will reach him if sent in
| hy m any national w om en’s or-
are of the hospital- His ward
I ganizations in an effort to stop
.lumber is 402-1.
Mrs. Charles Johnson, p resid ert 1 the sale of sw itch blade knives
of the Ladies Missionary Society I to teenage youth.
of the House of P rayer, presided
Plans w ere also m ade for a
at the meeting W ed re sd ay a fte r Christm as p a rty to be held De-
noon, N ovem ber 5, w hen 14 ladies i cem ber 29 at the home of Mrs.
met at the home of Mrs. Edward Dorothy Thomas, 112 N. McMil-
Barno. Reading and in te rp re ta len street, during which a C hrist
tion of the Bible forms the pro mas basket, donated by club
gram at their meetings. A fter the members, will be presented to
meeting W ednesday the hostess some elderly family.
.■-creed iim ner for her guests.
The Co-op club is composed
Charles Edw ard Williams 1«
va host at his home Saturday of a gioup of 30 w om en in ter
evening for about 50 students of ested in cooperative business
Portland University. They were projects. One annual project, not
members of a Spanish club who engaged in this year, is the b a
gathered for their social meet- zaar sale of m em bers’ hand-m ade
Shepherd, L. Harris Pace
Sande Court to Grid Title
Led by the pass-snagging of
end A rt S hepherd and the accu-
rate throw ing of q u arte rb a c k
Lonnie Hat t is, Sande Court un-
et a tw o-touchdow n favored L ’s
Lions at Hopkin J e n k in s field
last W ednesday night, 13-8, to
u in the A m erican league seven
man football cham pionship.
The pow er-laden Lions were
seeking their second consecutive
even man title. But they had
to cope with the elusive S h e p
herd i nd pitching Harris. This
duo combined their talents to gar-
nei through the air an attack
that offset the ground w ork o(
L , unhappy crew.
Shepherd intercepted a Clark
Anderson pass early in the first
h ill' ind streaked down field to
i >re S a n d e ’s first TD Halftime
s .o re favored the Cour*men ti-0
Sande scored pgain in the third
period when Harris, fading back
:,i his own 40. hit T o n a n d e r with
Art s Barbecue
For F\>od at Its Finest
O rders to Go
1461 N. Williams
Paul s Paradise
Open from 6:30 A M to
2 IK) A M Daily
2115 N. Wilhams
flH M t
Home from J a p a n is Estelle A l
len, who has been overseas an
eciting 33 months. Miss Allen, a
P ortland girl and g rad u ate of
U niversity of Oregon, had a most
interesting job. She was Club D i
rector for a H eadquarters club
for servicemen in the Southw est
Command, a m ilitary designation
for southern Japan.
During the past y e a r Miss Al
len was stationed at Kobe, and
previously she saw duty at Osaka,
Gifu and Nagoya.
At Kobe, Miss Allen, assisted
by two A merican hostesses and
a staff of 12 Japanese, was re-
sponsible for the s m o o th -ru n n ir /
operation of a $100,000 service
club which regularly served 5,000
men of the integrated arm ed
force. She, with her hostesses and
the co-operative townspeople.
for th e men
tennis games, tours and hikes
through the countryside, and par
ties and dances. She w orked hard
and loved every m inute of it.
Return date to J a p a n has not
been set by Miss Allen. She has
a lot of visiting to do w ith fam
ily and friends first of all, and
there just may be a w edding to
Miss Allen is
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Virgil Briggans of 2505 N. Albina
P aints and W allpaper
P ainting & P a p e r hanging
“Courteous Service to A ll”
21 NE Broadway
Seafood "n" Chips
Chicken "n" Chips
OPEN TILL 4 a.m.
1409 N. Williams
Parlor Barber Shop
Boot Black Service
26 N. W eidler St.
MISS ESTELLA M. ALLEN
Back from Japan
PHILCO GETS SHEPHERD
A rt Shepherd, recognized P o rt
land basketball star, is playing
basketball for the Philco team in
the city basketball association.
Coaching the team is Reedy Berg,
form er Oregon Duck perform er
F or a good tim e
Billiards and Food
Eddie Collins, prop.
H ancock at Williams
Best M eats—F resh Vegetables
F ree Delivery
639 N. Russell
J o h n Ellis, Prop.
P IC K U P & DELIVERY
3304 N. Williams
Rates $1.50 up
Rates for Service Men
2752 N. W illiams
ScSH Green Stamps
N. E. Broadway Sc Williams
Services in Real Estate
Herman C. Plummer
Ph. MU. 9109
2272 N. In tersta te
JU S T O PENED
Service 24 Hours
Home Cooked Meals
Ollie Epps, Prop.
2017 N. W illiams
Broadway at Alder
We Cater to Special Parties
and B anquets
Seafoods and S teaks
10 N. E. Tillamook
Plate Glass. Auto t rlass
1600 N. Williams Ave.
BY KATHRYN BOGLE
Blue Ribbon Barbecue
• Arrow S h 'rts
• Lancer Shirts with
• Stradivari Sport Shirts
• Pendleton Shirt*
• Lord Jeff Sw eaters
f f ll R T
Tom Benson Glass Co.
Always the “S harp • -t
’> 60-yard heave in the end zone
| The absorbent H arris was so
shaken up that he had to be
carried from the field.
j A 55-yard toss from Anderson
io Dick G ray netted a TD for the
hapless Lions' seven.
L’s Lions tallied 393 yards to
only 171 for Sande Court. It was
S ande’s superior air attack that
gave them their first seven m an
Each C ourtm an received an in
dividual trophy. Included among
the city’s cham pionship sever
are Bob Herndon, Louis Fuller
and A1 Tuttle.
Estella Alien Returns from Japan
Com plim ents of
1453 N. Williams Ave.
J. J. Walker
Home of the Week
Terms are right
2 rooms and bath: 50x100 lot;
fruit trees; shrubs and garden.
Near Woodlawn school. 1034
N. E. Russet.
Call Nye, UK 1633 evenings
A lbert B Berg
Arthur A. Cox, Licensed Mortician
1216 N. Margin Ava.
The Zeller Funeral Chapel
Day or Night
At Stanton St.
J. J. Walker
5132 N. E. Union
Ed Slaughter Announces
OPENING OF THE SPORTSMAN BILLIARDS
S laughter now has tw o parlors for your pleasure
SPORTSMAN. Albina at Russell—SAVOY, 1508 N. W illiams