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Leading Part In
Beta Psi Delta P h eta Sorority
is contributing its co-operation
w ith and active su p p o rt of local
civic agencies in th e recent 4th
of Ju ly celebration, a rran g ed I
through th e V anport H ousing
A uthority and R ecreation associa
Very outstanding in th e p arade
w ere cars sponsored by the A m
erican Red Cross, T he Colored
C itizens Tax League, and The
Beta Psi Delta P h eta Sorority.
These organizations, though not
i directly connected w ith V anport
City, certainly ex h ib ited th e sp ir
it of co-operation and help to
mellow th e harshness w rought
i by w ar and prejudices.
Beta Psi D elta S o ro rity had
, tw o large posters on e ith e r side
: of the “Stream line Black B uick”
(donated by a resid en t of Van-
port) w ith G reek insignia and
ch ap ter nam e in sorority colors.
Front carried “C en ter F iv e” —
C om m unity No. 5).
Back of car had th e m usical
poster, cleverly arran g ed w ith
staff and cleft signs and notes
and letters, form ing th e w ords, !
InlailN >• T a d Ymlmi P u b l i c a t i o n !
P A T F L O W E R S , the king of the Ivories who five times s week (at
7:45-8:00 p.m.) broadcasts nightly over N. Y.’s radio 8tation W N E W .
Appearing frequently at the Stage Door Canteen and at various camp
The car, sponsored by th e Tax
shows, Flowers was photographed by our staff lensman as he "ganged-
League, and the o th e rs in the
up” on the keys with his Bach-to-Boogie rhythms. The way this boy
parade, w ere properly and a rtis t
studies the piano as he trips the fantastic is something— look at him,
he’s got something! A protege of the immortal Fats’, Flowers Is mak
The p arade and program w ere
enjoyed by all.
tw o children.
“M ine,” he a n
nounced, strik in g his chest.
He Had a Good Friend
“But y ou’ve been w ith us here M odern 2 bedroom s. Large living
A n aged Jap an ese
serv an t i alm ost 20 y ears,” protested his
room, u ltra m odern. K itchen,
proudly displayed to his A m er- em ployer.
full basem ent. Furnace. Floored
ican em ployer pictures he had
“Yes, yes, me know ,” the Ja p
a t t i c . Immediate possession.
ju st received from Ja p a n of a reassured him. “Me got good
Price $5350. Easy term s. Call
very nice looking J a p doll and friend in Tokyo.”—C ontributed.
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add up dumber than any single
one of them.
That is the trouble with having
government control of EVERY
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The Dude Ranch
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O ne of the season’s highlights
w as the grand birthday p arty for
H arold Flow ers of 9705 S. E. Ash
street. The p arty was given for
Mr. Flow ers by his m other, Mrs.
M adalyn Flow er at the hom e of
Mr. and Mrs. Ransom Daniels,
6410 S. E. 60th ave. The group
of young folks gath ered th ere for
a fine evening and had one d e
licious birth d ay cake and ice
cream helped m ake up th e r e
freshm ents. Music by th e fam ous
Ransom D aniels Jr., w ho as
everyone knows, can really tickle
th e piano keys.
Mrs. D aniels w as assisted in
serving by Mrs. B. Daniels, Mrs.
E. R ichardson, Miss H. Searcie.
IP S PU lut ê
Mr. Flow ers recqived m any
Reginald Beane, who is currently
gifts of ties and socks, various appearing on Broadway in the new
o th er presents, including a gold dr amat i c hit, “ Foxhole In T h e
cameo ring, a gift from his m o th Parlor."
er. Among those present w ere: bas been residing w ith h er sister,
Naomi Daniels, M attie McCain, Mrs. Jessie Daniels, of 6303 S. E.
Joe Searcie, Dolores M iller, Ro 61st avenue. She w ill visit her
sie M cSwain, N ancy Shephard, sisters, Mrs. T aft H arris, Mrs.
Omega Searcie, K athleen Miller, R.uby Sm ith, and Miss Ellen
A rt Shephard, Joe Johnson, Jo P earce of th a t city. She hopes
Searcie, and G eorge Fitts.
to re tu rn in th e n ear future.
Omega Searcie and H arold
A lovely tim e was had by all
both rendered lovely selections who w ent to the beach on Ju ly
w ith th e ir trum pets, accom panied th. The group consisted of the
by R. D onaldson at the piano. W ill Johnsons of 2302 44th ave.,
E veryone w ished H arold lots of th e Joy M cSwains of 2205 S. E.
luck and happiness.
9th ave., Mrs. Effie Lee and
Seam an G eorge Fitz spen t a d au g h ter L illian of 6315 S. E.
few days in tow n last w eek, vis 62nd ave, Mr. and Mrs. M. M c
iting his wife, Mrs. A nna Fitz Sw ains of 6. E. 3rd ave., and
and th e ir sm all son -^ffeor g e 'jfr. th e ir d au g h ter Rosie. Mr. C lar
T heir home is located a t 54 N. E. ence Rose w ho pust arriv ed from
G raham street. He has retu rn ed O m aha, N ebraska, also Mr. M.
to his station a t G reat Lakes, 111. Irv in g of Los Angeles. The group
E veryone is glad to h e ar th a t b reak fasted in N ew port
Lieut. D onald H epburn is in th e m ade th e ir rounds to several o th
city. Lieut. H epburn is the son e r beaches. All w ere glad to get
of Mr. and Mrs. David H epburn back to tow n in th e evening. A ft
of 4235 N. G antenbein street.
er all, the m osquitoes and sand
Before going back to F o rt O rd w ere not so bad.
he plans to visit his brother, Cpl.
W inton D. H epburn, w ho is con-
fined in the hospital at Ford Ord,
C alifornia. Lt. H epburn says th e y BrOWIl Dots UK3V
are planning a new address un
E veryone in tow n seem s to be
know n to him a t present.
Mrs. A nna Fitz of 54 N. E. G ra talk in g about Dots. T here are
ham is a convalenscent p a tien t at dots here and dots there. And it
th e Good S am aritan hospital. | seem s th a t “D eek” W atson, a
Mrs. Fitz has been ailing for \ fo rm er m em ber of th e original
some tim e, but is m uch b etter i *nk Spots, b rought out “the dotted
s tu ff.” Deek, aw e’ll hav% you
R obert Johnson, youngest son know , now has his own q u artet,
of Mr. and Mrs. N ill Johnson of the B row n Dots.
2302 S. E. 44th avenue, phoned
So- w hen y ° u h ear folks talk of j
his p a re n ts from San Francisco Brow n Dots, rem em b er you’ll see
th a t he w as being tran sferred . and h e ar a blend of the best in
R obert is a seam an in th e navy, rh y th m ic harm ony.— Ted Yates.
taking his boot tra in in g in G reat
Mr. C larence Rose has retu rn ed
to P o rtlan d after going back to
Om aha, N ebraska to visit his sis
ter, w ho passed aw ay w hile he I
was enroute there.
The W om en’s Sew ing Circle
m et at the hom e of Mrs. Effie
Lee at 6305 S. E. 62nd a v e n u e :
on Tuesday, J u ly 10.
The Shiloh B ap tist S&inday
school held th e ir S unday s.choo)
picnic Ju ly 4th a t B arton, Or^-Lj
gon, at the hom e of Mrs. Ida
Thompson. E veryone enjoyed th e
sw im m ing and good picnic food
PEOPLE ARE SMARTER
—about 44 persons w ere present.
Miss Ada Pearce, and niece,
little G eorgia Mae D aniels,_ left
Benjamin Franklin once wrote,
for Los Angeles, C alifornia. Miss
“An assembly of great men is
P earce for the past few m onths
the greatest fool upon earth.”