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BURTON HOMES NEWS
SW AN ISLAND
By Mrs. E. P Mims
B, HAZEL PRATT
Portland’s Most Modern Restaurant
C HI Hi H NEWS
Mr. H. P Barrett, who was a
ing for fifty years, ami knows no
Sunday School convened at on« color; he just knows that man is foreman at Kaiser shipyard for
o ’clock p. m. Service« began at 2:30 man.
over a period of one year, has
p. ra. Prayer was offered by Rev
The children in the Recreational now resigns«! his office ami Mr.
Leon I »avi*. The City of Refuge- Building, especially dunng their W. H. Whiffen will u k e Mr. Bar
337 N. W. Third Ave. at Flanders
• u the text of th« sermon deliver children’s hour, would appreciate rett’s office.
ed by the Rev. R. L*. Johnson, the
ing the adults there, to help the I Mr. Barrett was well-liked by
HOME COOKING A SPECIALTY
pastor. The pastor and members teachers and officials
Encourage *11 in the Electrician’s department
wish to impress upon the communi th'. tots. Why not co-operate with *o much that on his leaving, he
ty of Burton Homes that every one your own children?
was presented with a beautiful Bu-
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Smith. Owners and Proprietors
is welcome to attend church,
A ’B’SEE.NYA, watch for your lova watch. Mr. Barrett was very
August 20, at one o'clock there Burton Homes News, sent in by much surprised, and he thanks the
will be a musical program at the three reporters from your own Bur donors for such a splendid spirit
Burton Homes Community church, ton Homes; Mrs. Pratt, Mrs. Wil of comradship. He expressed his
held in the auditorium of the rec liams and Rev. Brown.
pleasure at the co-operation given
reation hall. The famous Alabama
NOTE: Mr. Hall is now Distribu him, and wishes that spirit to be
Israelite Quartet will be presented. tion Manager for the Portland In shown the man appointed to suc
quirer in the Burton Homes area ceed him.
ARTS AND HANDICRAFT
Those who made the party en
Mr. Hail resides at 147 Winder
Snip! Snip! Snip the scissors Drive, W.t in Bagley Downs, and joyable are as follows: Mrs. Helen
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
slash into yards and yards of red, will gladly take your order for Way, Ruth Holstrod, Catherine
purple, orange, green and blue cos- subscription, or Mrs Williams at Keop, Miss Sadie Thompson, Mr.
Lunch at Our Fountain
tume cambric. Yes, the Arts and 234 A. Ft. George, Burton Homes. Stan Allen, W H. Hawkinson, So-
Handicraft classes are busy getting
mer O«lone, S. C. Bucker, Mr. Wal
N. B R O A D W A Y A N D W ILLIAM S
costumes and circus equipment
ter Carrinton, Louise A. Brockow,
BAG LEY DOW NS
ready to participate in the Second
Mr. E. T. Bocock, Lloyd Hayes, U
Open 9 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Annual Vankids Cirrus.
G. McCornell, Mrs. M. E. Jones, H. i
A few boards with the help of
F. Bumes, C. A. Roberson, C. C.
some nails, cardboard and paint
Allen, A. W. Fox, Roland F. Veney,
Thomas J and Nancy R. Hall
have materialize«! into the “ Max
A. B. Hayes, Howard Mason, O.
well.” Speaking o f Rochester»’ au
Mrs. Katherine L. Baker, of Cai Sanderson, Mr. Maynard Olston,
to, he will be represented by R. D. ro, Illinois, has joined her husband, Miss Imogene Gibson, M W. Hof-
Adams young Burtonhomite who is Mr. Jessie Baker, in Bagley Downs, feiman, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wy-
especially interested in singing and Vancouver, Washington. They plan more, D. R. Owlay, Helen Whit
«lancing and who will make an ex - 1 to make their home here for the more, L. K. Smith, W. E. Monek,
We specialize in Home-Cooked Meals
Katherine Butler, Mr. L. D Mills,
cellent Eddie Amlerson.
duration of the war.
SOFT DRINKS — MUSIC
Wanza Brown an«l Angie Mit-
Rev. Moses Guy journeyed to Mr. Ray MaHonney, Mildred Hen
chell will portray the late George Denver, Colorado, to visit his son, son, Mr. C. M. Curtis, Mr. O. W.
N. Williams Ave. at Weidler
Mrs. M. S. Williams
Washington Carver and his assist- who is an enlisted man in the U. S. White, Mr. M R Krutsinger, Joseph
Wanza and Angie will be Navy, at the Fitzsimmons General U. Border, Pete Peterson, W. W.
dressed like a doctor and nurse Hospital. Rev. Guy had received a Whiffen, Ted Koshenk, M. A.
with all the test tubes and scienti- telegram from Naval Officials in- Gauntt, Miss Doloris Martin, Mrs.
forming him of the return of his E. P. Mims.
fic experi.r »ntal setting.
Mr. Roland F. Veney, of Wash
son to the States because of an
On August 2, 1944 at the resi undefined illness. At present Sea ington, D. C., now residing in Van-
port, has been promoted to Elec
dence of the Reverend James W. man Guy is improving rapidly.
Headquarters for Negro Newspapers
Mrs. Lena Holder of Cairo, 111., trical Leadman, by the Maritime
Brown, Pfc. August T. Harris and
Miss Martha Johnson, his boyhood was the recent guest of her daugh Commission. He is a capable me
Pittsburgh Courier — Chicago Defender
sweetheart, were united in Holy ter, Mrs. S. C. Stewart of Bagley chanic, having studied in Washing
Matrimony. The bride and groom Downs. While here, Mrs. Holder ton and was given a high rating.
are originally from Marris, Texas. made a hurried trip to Seattle, We, the workers, wish him all suc
All Brands Hair Dressing — Expert Shoe Cleaning and Dyeing
Witnessing the affair were Mrs. Washington to vis't friends. She cess in his new position.
Andrea Jones, of R. I., Box 153, plans to visit her daughter-in-law,
220 North Broadway
| Vancouver, 5#r. Wilde mrfji, of Seat Mrs, ^h^ola^ IJodges^of, Gary» In
W H O ’S W P O IN THEr
tle (President of C. P. A. of Wash diana; her daughter, Mrs. Mila
ARM ED FORCES
ington), Mr. C. P. Johnson, Mr. and Woods of St. Louis, Missouri and
Mrs. Smith, Reverend L. Brown,
Thos. J. and Nancy R. Hall
W H E R E THE YO U N G ER SET GATHERS
Reverend Perry. Rev. James W. fore returning to her home.
Pvt. Terry Stewart, Army Serv
Brown officiated. A five nourse
Pvt. Abb Hair, stationed at the
dinner was served, following the ice Number 1607459 of the 320st
Vancouver Barracks, was the week
nuptials. The bride was elegant in Base Unit, Section F, Amarillo Ar
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett
her Orchid gown. The groom as my Air Field, Amarillo, Texas, was
of N. Bagley Downs.
Soft Drinks — Ice Cream — Sandwiches — Music
well as General “ Ike” Isenhower, in inducted into the Army two years
son o f Mr. and Mrs.
freshly pressed uniform with Air
2013 NORTH W ILLIAM S A V E N U E
e«l the Good Conduct Medal. Pvt. Beach Hair, enlisted in the Armed
Mr. Forces at Bryansville, Texas, Aug.
The Church of God in Christ, Stewart is the brother of
He was sent to Fort
(Holiness) is in their revival, with Thomas Stewart of Bagley Downs, George Jarden, Seattle, Washing
Sister Harrington conducting with but formerly of Cairo, Illinois. Pvt. ton, where he was stationed until
Stewart wants his friends to write
June, 1944, at which time, prior to
PORTLAND’S ONLY STORE SELLING
It has been reported from and
Mr. Samuel Lacey is a patient in his being sent to a port of embar
by reliable sources that Burton
the Permanente Hospital in Van kation, was transferred to the Van
Homes Project will soon close, the
couver Barracks. Pvt. Hair is the
occupants to be housed in Mc-
Mrs. Maggie Butler, who has possessor of the Good Conduct
Loughlin Heights, Bagley Downs,
been confined to the Permanente Medal.
and Ogden Meadows. Many plan to
Hospital for several weeks due to
leave for their respective homes,
Sgt. Kirby Talton of Texas, en
an operation, is on the convalescent
U N I T E D
E X C H A N G E
or to Vanport City rather than
in the Army February 12,
livel in certain areas.
1941. For excellence as a model
25 S. W . THIRD A V E N U E (Corner Ankeny Street)
The Reverend Malcolm M. Bur- Bagley Downs Boasts Up-to-Date soldier and outstanding marksman
ship in the Gunnery school, Sgt.
nes, official representative of the
Talton received the Good Conduct
National Baptist convention, is do
ing all he can to get Baptists to
Relative to the modem trend in and Sharpshooter’s Medals, respec
register and go this September to providing first-class sanitary beau tively. Sgt. Talton is the brother of
the convention in Memphis, Tenn.
ty and tonsorial services, Bagley Mrs. Jewell Linville of Bagley
BAG LEY DOW NS B E A U T Y SHOPPE
Do not be frightened when you Downs has added to its shopping Downs and at present is stationed
see Rev. Brown in your church tak center an up-to-date Beauty Shoppe at Camp Fort Lewis, Tacoma, Wn.
ing pictures for the Portland In and Barber Shop.
quirer and other Associated Negro
A proud soldier is PFC Overton
The Beauty Shoppe offers all
Press affiliates. Just smile your types of scalp treatments and fa Dewitty, who participated in the
(Madam C. J. Walker System Used)
best for the fotog. If you desire cials and presents three ladies, Ma invasion of Normandy, France. Pfc.
your picture on photograph mat dams Margie I<ee Slider, Jewell Dewitty was called for duty in the
paper, call the Editor and he will Linville and Miss Eula Mae Slide^. Armed Forces three years ago at
arrange it so that you can receive Mrs. Slider and Miss Slider studied San Antonio, Texas, and has been
MISS ELUA M. SLIDER
MRS. MAJORIE SLIDER
at the Crescent Beauty School at
MRS. JEWELL LINVILLE
Mrs. Nanny Taylor, 263 B. Ha Austin, Texas for two years. Mrs. is Pvt. Audely J. Dewitty, who has
thaway Drive, one of our very Linville received her training at been serving in the Armed Forces
prominent as well as popular la the Fort Worth Beauty School. She since February of this year and is
dies, the seamstress de-luxe of too spent two years in her studies. now in Great Britain. He is hoping been home on furlough for a well-
Burton Homes, will vacation in Ok
The Barber Shop is managed by that he will see some real action, deserved rest and is now stationed
lahoma for a month.
Mr. T. L. Slider of Texas and is such as that experienced by his at San Diego, California. Seaman
B E A U T Y SUPPLIES
The Rev. Brown and congrega assisted by Messrs. Pearl Payton brother. Both boys are brothers of Robert Neal has not been returned
tion o f First Baptist of First Bap and L. C. Slider, who received their Mrs. Margie Lee Slider.
and Barber Supplies
to the States as yet, but writes his
tist of Burton Homes, will go to basic training at the Barber Beauty
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Neal,
the Vancouver 1st Baptist Church, College in Tyler, Texas.
Herman and Robert Neal, both
as guest speaker, assisting Rever
Both Shops are open from 9 a. seaman 2c, have seen duty in Peari now in Portland, but recently of
end Sitton. The address is 28th and m. to 6 p. m. Monday through Fri Harbor since the beginning of the Bagley Downs, that he plans to re
515 S. W . Third Ave.
Main streets, Vancouver, Washing day and from 9 a. m. to 7 p. m. war. Seaman Herman Neal has main on the island after peace is
ton. Rev. Sitton has been preach- on Saturdays.
served in five campaigns and has declared.
ROYAL PALM CAFE
Williams Avenue Grille
Sammy's Shine Shop
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