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Lucky Lays ’E
CLARK CO U N TY N EW S
Meetings for new Bagley Downs
residents are continuing, the per
sonal services department of the
Vancouver Housing authority re
household equipment are given.
Thursday a meeting was held in
the model apartment directly op
posite the community center from
1:30 to 2:30 p. m.
On Friday from' 1:30 to 2:30 p.
m. a similar meeting will be held
at 122-C Wintler Drive.
An organization meeting for a
new mixed adult chorus was held in
In the Aisles
By M. B. Dunn
the Bagley “Downs social rooms troops in action will be shewn.
Lucky Millinder has
under the direction of the new
The show is open to all residents
leader, Eddie Kraus, at 1 p. m. of the Vancouver area; it is not re been here, played to a packed
Tuesday, November 21.
stricted to Burton Homes tenants. house, laid ’em in the aisles and
shook the dust of the city from his
heels. In other words, to an audi
The chorus is open to all resi
of approximately 1200, Lucky
A newly formed Craft Club for
dents of the Vancouver area, and
The Guy” ' on Monday even
will appear before the public early girls between the ages of 12 to
McElroy’s Ballroom. It was
17 years inclusive meets every Fri
day at 6 p. m. at the Bagley Downs the occasion of the latest presenta
tion of our own Stanton Duke, you
COLORED TROOPS PICTURES community center.
know— “ not' better, but the best.”
There is no charge and the club
In addition to the regular motion
The “ gaters” were out in full re
picture show which begins at 7:30 is open to all girls of the Vancou galia and the hep-cats too. Bugs
p. m., the Burton Homes communi ver area. Instruction is given by were everywhere. Staid society
ty center Saturday, November 25, members of the recreation associa matrons of the Upper Crust rub-
a special picture showing colored tion art department.
. A D D S TOP
FLIGH T SINGER
The Voters Benefit Association
under the capable direction of
“ Charlie” Garrett still continues to
pack them in. A. shrewd move that
will possibly get him in the King
Row of West Coast Night Clubs
was the addition of Susan Ander
“ Sue,” as everyone cails this
charming bit of feminity,_ is the
grandest little singer of “ Sweet
Songs” to hit these parts. Beauty
and talent combine here to remind
one of that famous song of a few
seasons ago,— “ lovely to look at,
delightful to know and heaven
to. . .” , well, you know the song
too. Miss Anderson sings request
numbers between the regularly
scheduled floor shows and is ac
companied by her own pianist, Mr.
Gerald Holt, formerly of Portland.
She comes here direct from a long
engagement at the North Pole Club
in Los Angeles.
sion’s waste paper campaigns, but
this intensive drive, designed to
boost late summer collections of
vitally needed waste paper, was
organized jointly by the national
Mrs. Idly M. Beavers announces
Boy Scout headquarters and the
Salvage Division of WPB at the
the opening of a new service for
The Boy Scouts of America have request of Donald M. Nelson, for-
the beautification of Portland wo
exceeded their goal of collecting mer WPB Chairman. The Folding
men. A preview will be offered to
100,000 tons of waste paper during Paper Box Association of America
“ Sue” is the wife of a well-known
the general public on Sunday, No the two-month waste paper collec- sponsored the drive,
former Portlander (Donald Ander
vember 26th, at 2733 N. E. Rodney tion drive concluded September 30, | Mr. Krug said in his letter to Dr.
son, himself one of the best known
Ave. A kind of “ Open House” so the War Production Board reported Fretwell:
pianists on the Pacific coast.
“ Donald M. Nelson, former chuir-
that the ladies and even some of today.
“ Charlie” Garrett announces that
Although final returns are not man of the War Production Board,
the stronger ( ?) sex may see that
top-flight entertainer will be
this is a reai Beauty Shop, fully yet available, the campaign was in his letter to you on June 30, urg
Exclusive IPS Phote with the V. B. A. for an unlimited
ing this special campaign for waste
appointed with all the modem con pronounced a success by J. Krug,
paper, wrote, “ The Boy Scouts of
veniences and duly licensed opera Chairman of WPB, in a recent let
bed shoulders and twisted ankles
ter to Dr. Elbert K. Fretwell, Chief America can strike a real blow for
with the best Williams Avenue had
The salon can be conveniently Scout Executive of the Boy Scouts
to offer and generally distorted
“ The Boy Scouts of America cer
reached by residents of Vanport by of America, in New York City.
themselves with such glee and
“ About 85,000 Scouts and cuBs tainly did—nearly 300,000 of them. abandon that not only the floor!
changing from the Vanport bus to
And what was accomplished stands
the Thirty Ninth bus at Shaver will qualify for the individual WPB
took a beating, so did the band- j
as a glowing record of achieve
Street. Getting o ff at Russell St., award; a truly astounding fact
stand. Yep, right in the middle. Oh, j
a short two block walk will bring when we consider that it required ; ment.
yeah, I know you didn’t do it, i t 1
“ That’s real fighting on the
you to the shop located next door a certified thousand pounds of *
was two others guys. Regardless
front—the kind of able sup
to the Elliot School at the comer waste paper collected and moved i
who did it,
there it was early
port that will keep our supply lines
2272 N. Interstate Are.
of Knott and Rodney streets, one to the waste paper dealers in order
Tuesday morning, or rather there
moving with needed food, medi
block from Williams Avepue.
it wasn’t. That’s our idea of reck
cines, clothing, ammunition and all
Mrs. Beavers was formerly asso Krug said.
The Boy Scouts have been active kinds of equipment and machinery
ciated with the LaVivianne Beauty
But everybody had a grand time
throughout the WPB Salvage Divi- necessary for a complete and rapid
Shop s on North Broadway.
prosecution o f -,the war against. and there was some talk of a close
Germany and Japan.
“ Such activity by the Boy Scouts hope it is true. There are a lot of
of America must hearten our mili people who do not seem to care
ary and naval leaders and their much about that number three Air
fighting forces, just as it heartens plane stamp. Happy Landings.
us in the knowledge that there is
an army on the home front, an ar
my of growing youngsters who will
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