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Aitatila Karl ha* retar y Rev fl 1.
HaaoitiUom Wa. the member» of
the Burton Huntaa f'hurrh ror«1lally
invita you to attend our rhur« h We
ara proud of our Past«* He la mat*
In our Church a great aurreaa We
the member* and frtenda of Burton
Homea Church are giving our loyal
n V a n a le Ib a a e b i participate M
I f you h a «» a rbame ta learn to
the rbonaa will be aek«d to appear
u rn the radtn and at anaay public «e lla , you ad be adae ta mahe the
gatherings Mr* N ella M • ta the moat at M Thu yaar l ‘«wtiand a
under the direction al the
S o cia l N o t «
Mra and Mr Aaron King were
b e t * to a group aI friend* urh» a t
tended their third areddiag anniver-
eary party at XW H Pt (b a r f* A
grand time waa had by ail
Mr Ifx ie i Hein tra* k and t«at-
ball cuaib at Be now Te* hnua 1 High
Hrbuul in Portland, who baa a wide
following and acquaintance In the
Pacific Marthaaat la handling ath
letic* for the Murtun M«*n-t* H e rea
ttun Conter during the aummer play
At Barton H ones
The Kiret Baptist Church of
Burton Homea. Vancouver, Wash,
trni|Mirnrlly l<*-«t«-d In the Old Com*
imimty A ctivity Building. ftlklB.
T u m b lin g a n d W rsa tlm g Claaaea unit !2<ift. Hathaway Drive, in the
Rill Edgar, wc eat ling and tum Burton Home», pantor*«1 by the Rev
bling t«*H' her at the center, I* In- j J W Brown, held n | m *< im I services
vltlng all boya and girla to come to on last Sunday -The program wa*
the tumbling clnaaea on Mon . thru a» follow*.
Sunday achool, 1:00 P M . Rev. J
F r i , from 10:uo to 12:00
W Coleman, superintendent De
votional. 2:1ft P. M., led by Dea
con Andrew Rollins. Missionary
Baglry I »own» aofthall team lost
offering Ellld of devotional.
to the Burton Homea A C
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P U L P IT SERVICES
A fter the game the A C.’a had a
Bavin In Charge
meeting In the club room of the
song, led by Rev.
recreation hall Mr Richard AIII»on,
by Rev. Finney.
organizer and founder of th«* aoft-
Congregational song led by Rev.
I m *II team, realgned hi» potutlnn aa
manager Mr. Jim Batea wan elected , L. Brown. Prayer by Rev. Gilbert.
Solo by Sis. Diggs.
preaident of the team, Mr Prank
by Pastor, Rev. J. W
Pratt waa reelected captain, Mr.
Sermon subject, "L ove to
Lout* Wright, Secretary, Hubert
Christ Indtspensihle ” Acceptance
Kmtth, Aaat. Secretary, and Hooker
of Members. Offertory. Introduc
tion of Visitors. Comments. Dox-
Burton Home* dancing claaa
Gilbert ¿n Charge.
mein bars are pmmlMng to equal!?.»
the ramoiia Katherine Dunham
P. M Deacon A. Rollins In charge.
troops Margaret Routt is excelling
led by Rev. Dickson
in her tap class, also R. D. Adams
Amelia I^anier show» grace and pre- i and Rev. Steele. Solo and intro
duction of speaker by Rev. J. W.
ciso rhythm in ballet, and plays the
Brown. Speaker: Rev. Davis.
piano very well. In swimming Bur
Prayer, Rev. J. W. Coleman. A c
ton Homes will be represented at
ceptance of members. Offertory.
the final swimming tournament
Introduction o f visitors. Com
by Venneta Richardson. Margaret
Routt, Amelia l^anier and Otis
A large crowd was present at all
three services and went their way
rejoicing after a very beautiful and
soul lifting time. Rev. J. W. Brown,
As busy as little bees, the pupils
the pastor, announced that these
in the Arts and Handicraft classes
services are held every Sunday and
at Burton Homes, under the capable
extended an invitation to all in the
tutorage of Mrs. Martha Crockett,
Clarke County as well as Portland
are getting ready for the Greater
area to come early and stay late.
Vancouver Recreation Circus. The
He also wants it known that "W e
circus will be held August 2ft.
appreciate our freinds, you are wel
The circus, which will be the sec
come with us and if at any time you
ond annual circus, includes the arts
are in need of assistance, see me or
and handiwork of many apt and tal
any minister connected with the
ented little residents of Burton
church. We are willing to serve."
Homes. An exhibit will be held here
at the Burton Homes Community
Center on August 2nd so that the
community can see what each in
dividual has contributed toward the
arts and handicraft class.
Burton Homes Recreation Center
was the scene of a dance at an un
usual hour last Monday morning.
The rhythm band at Burtons will The dance having started at 1 a.m.
soon be playing on programs. and lasted until 4 a. m. Boogie-
Mrs. Josephine Hasbrook as the woogie, jitterbug and jive was the
Musical Director for the Greater order o f the day as Joe Crane and
Vancouver Recreation Commission, his band "sent" the crowd estimated
is anxious that all children who at three hundred. Young and old
would like to learn rhythm will alike indulged in a bit of rug-cutting
come to the recreation hall Wed. that would have done your rugs a
and Fri., 10:30, for this class under lot of no good if your rug had been
the leadership o f Mrs. Nellie Moe. on the floor. But no rug was on the
I t is good for the smaller children floor as the dance was held in the
to acquaint themselves with an gymnasium and though it was not
McEIroy’s the crowd seemed to be
audience and also keep rhythm.
doing alright. In fact, the dance
was such a huge success and every
Many calls for colored choruses body had such a swell time, that it is
have been coming in fiom Van going to be repeated on Monday,
couver to sing and offer special ar July 17, and may become a regular
rangements, thus Mrs. Hasbrooks is affair.
Tlje dances are for the benefit of
inviting all the community who is
interested in the colored chorus at the baseball team, the money to be
Burton Homes to attend rehearsals used to buy uniforms and equip
on Monday nights at 7:30 to 9:30 ment.
Has Late Dance
aafety department at the Red
M the recreation department c4
the Puree a of p a rìa and » ashed-
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Mtaa Mary St*an our o n tai-
•ha «Sana» Mi Thursday n igit at Mr-
f3r-«r a waa tha prvear.taUoe aI i»»a i antato and beautiful local girt, g u v
a good rendition at ''to tm g Scr.ti
< *M n tM * and th» q a rta l B k a
mer. ral Ctor Too." Sha g u v it her
Tab*# It asrtna tt « Ua* e v t oep ta
all with FWtrhar l i .udai cow* Or-
timmm pan * to h a «» a cartata *-gr tft- rheetra lu-crwn pan ping She wa* a
c a w * attadMd I* a »»ry affair • dream in a beautiful while formal
v r y gond tn t a* It turn» out. and aad flower» in her hair, looking
«aia that na rr fatto to draw atten more like a South Sen Islander than
tion. At tha totani danra it arma thu [terothy I .am our «That really aay*
something | Hats o ff to Mary "Ole
uled tor t e « day*, ta twslsa of oar
G irl * I f at tim ram «tou t succeed,
Farming at 76 Called
*Easy- by Montana Man
try. try again, and remember you've
got something there Improve It,
dear, aad dos t stop UU you'v*
reached the top
Sammy Altoton. another loco...
waa his own self, as usual up there
chiding that "Mike He made every
Portlander ptoud of him. and I
know Joe Crane was thrilled- What
about it Joe? Sammy’s song waa
"Body and Soul "
Our very popular Pat Patterson
and wife were having a fine time.
She was as cute as could be in baby
blue, and he as usual was the per
fect host. %
Mrs. M B. Dunn and Cpl. Perkins
had a nice little table for two. She
was in her traditional black and
white. One of the boys in Fletcher
Henderson's orchestra was one of
Cpl. Perkins' former schoolmates.
Mrs. Unthank seemed to be en
joying herself as usual.
Mrs. Pauline WilMnson and party
was the envy of any crowd.
Guests o f Mrs* Lula Lee were
Mrs. Cox and Mrs. Turner.
The dance was quite a success,
what with such people present as
Mrs. Anna Morrison, Mrs. Fontaine,
Mrs. Cleo Cooper, Mrs. Evans. Mrs.
Allen, Mrs. Nikbe II. Mrs. Shire,
and the Angus Joneses and their
party. I think that about rounds up
everyone, and if I missed you. please
remember that even though I talk
a lot, "P oor” Belle just can’t see
nalebntlee from the largest at
n atalee were present Among
municipal ponte. July >0 to 14. Jtdy I
wee* none other than the
17 to XI “Hie tannona are not onlv
songbird. |»y Anderaun. who was
for boy* and girla, they are f >i
presented quite a few times hare
adulta, too Knowing bow- to ewtm
with Duke Elllngtaa. and bey , .
runy i*w day aa vg your air or th a t, waa aha hot. or wasn’t she . . She
of another. B e el «Va swimming la nang two numbers, the best waa
the flnggl aad uuat epjopnhle of "Recks In M r Bed “ And did the
•■xerciaan. In Ulta atate. of many "hep-kata" jump
I ’ll any they
lakea and rivers, and fronting the did . She t* now singing at the
<« ean It to the duty of everyone to Cloud R«iom for one month Other*
know bow to iwim
pAsent were Mr and Mrs Laver-
A grim reminder of this necessity ■ ette. the h«wt and hostess were a
m m « home to ua from foreign bet- j lovely dream in their outfits of lat
tie front* Tina I* an amphiotou* j est creations. Mrs Austin was here,
war, vet many <>f the men of «mr and there were Mr Wilbur, Mrs.
>w rn«*<l forces d«> not know how to Hall and Prince Spencer, and the
*wtm We arc told that nearly ftO Steppe Brothers, who are movie
per cent of our war ranualtie» may stars, and verey unique in their
be attributed to drowning Many of work. I do mean they art- "hot step
these < aanaltw-s never would have pers," or have you already heard . . .
occurred if the victims had known
Prince Spencer was married two
at least the rudiments of caring for weeks ago to Miss Myrtle McVeigh,
themselves In «Jeep water Indeed daughter of Mrs. Catherine Mc
to th«* swimmer, the capsizing of a Veigh. who resides at 117 N. Halsey.
boat in any ordinary water presents They are a very charming couple.
no personal peril whatever, and may I heard Miss Myrtle McVeigh had a
even be regarded as an amusing a d -, screen test while in California. Re
venture. Yet such a mishap, when member though. I only heard, but
it befalls one who cannot swim, i with her looks, personality, and
often becomes stark tragedy. That charms, she should succeed. What
is why the Red Cross and bureau about it, Portlanders ? . . . The
o f parks are sponsoring the sum couple spent their honeymoon in
mer swimming school for everyone. Yuma. Arizona.
One of our top celebrities, Louis
Armstrong and his very talented
wife were in as our honored guests
of the evening. They will be home
to the public at Mrs. Morgan’s, 4105
SWEET GRASS. MONT.-Operat- N. Commercial Ave He is still the
ing a Montana farm these days is same old "Louie," only he is a bit
"the easiest Job in the world." ac
cording to'7ti-year-old George Jef thinner, but good as ever, if not bet
ter. I f you don’t believe me, please
Jeffries, who can remember the take a little time o ff from your
hard toil of pioneer days in this un work, and cruise out to Jantzen
explored and uncultivated state a Beach, where he has an engagement
half-century ago. explains that with there every night for a while. YOU
all the modern equipment and con W ON T REGRET IT.
veniences, farming now is "a good
Another important table was the
way to retire.”
"All you do,” he says, "is ride Elks. Billy Webb. 1050, Dahlia Tem
around a field <>n a rubber-tired ple, 202. Members present were W.
tractor all day. If you get tired, L. Shine, Tobber Allen, Lillard
you can always go into the house Evans, Jason Fontaine, L. Countee,
and talk to your wife or listen to A. A. Jones, Charley Morgan, Thos.
and Matthew Bills. Ladies present
As the season progresses, the
were Mrs. Letha Peck, L. Martin.
work gets easier — especially in
Montana, according to the aging The table was every inch a success.
farmer. “ When the wheat comes up. What with all members looking
all you have to do is sit and watch their best in the latest fashions,
it grow up or burn up,” he says with especially the ladies. They would be
all the knowledge of 50 years spent the envy of any wardrobe . . . but
on Montana’s prairieland.
should I say as Ben Bernie’s Roch
ester says, “ Yousah, yousah.” In
English, brother that means, you’re
tops and can’t be beat. I must pause
to say that the Elks is a top Fra
ternal organization, and represents
several hoaxes already have been
detected, the war department re the leading men in our city. And
Public Warned on Fund
For Blinded Veterans
cently w'amed the public to guard
against fraudulent solicitation of
funds supposedly for aid to blinded
Although the army medical de
partment has stated publicly that
only 73 men have suffered total
blindness in this war, the war de
partment has discovered circula
tion of m;«information and rumors
of "thousands’ ’ of blind casualties.
The army emphasized that it will
give complete care and training to
any blinded soldiers, and that it
will even furnish them with guide
dogs if the blinded veterans need or
Western Union Knows
Gustav Line ‘Secret*
NAPLES.—The Germans’ Gus
tav line originally was known
only as the “ G” series of for
tifications and, when telephoning,
the Nazis referred to it as "G "
for Gustav, an AUied staff offi
Eventually the line became
designated as Gustav by both the
enemy and the Allies.
O r i g i n a l l y we
asked for 10 percent
in bonds; now we
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