The Beaverton review. (Beaverton, Washington County, Or.) 192?-1941, March 16, 1928, Image 1

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The Only Newspaper Devoted Exclusively To The Interests Of Eastern Washington County.
Volum« VI, Number 16
Beaverton, Wanhington Cointy, Oregon.
Hinjrlc Copy, 5 Cent*
Com. Club Host At
Dinner And Program
Court
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Happenings
ACCIDENTO
O. Fallwrll, loiwiston, Idaho, re
reived lu< era turn» mid a wrenched
I ark when tliv rur hr w i i driving
On lh<- ra n fie highway Marchi wna
wrinkl'd. The road waa blocked liy
a car parked on thr wrong alile of
the road. The pavement waa allrk,
mul in try m i t" »top he aklddi'd mid
waa prerlpituled over a bank.
¡ m Meet
In Special Session
* Friday,
Frank Hocken GeU
vSalt Lake Appointment
March 16, 192K
New Barnes School New“ from Hi“h
S1J>0 Per Year
Brook's Residence
Gutted By Flames
At a general
assembly Friday j
afternoon,
March 9, the
students
Prank H. liocken, district freight
■pent
a beneficial thirty
minutes
and passenger agent of tha Union
ringing.
Miss McCreighl had lean
Pacific, with headquarters in fcpok-
while Mrs. Walker played the ac­
ane, has accepted the position of
companiment.
The songs were all
assistant general freight and pns-
snappy and everyone joined In. A *
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semiei agent of thr Western Pacific
Fu ml ion Sponsored By
Old Question Tackled By with headquarters in Halt loike City. Fitting Ceremonies Mark " , 7 “ ih «miy student get togther Monday Morning Blaze,
of the week the time was not was-
.
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Locul Civic Oi'Kani/ation
The appointment is effectivs April
ICxecutiveii A t Monday
Starting From Stove,
Formal Opening Of
t*d-
I and waa given by Harry Adams,
lHaws Bia Crowd
ARRESTS
Evening Meeting
president of the Wsatem Pacific,
Sweeps Small Houtte
Completed Building
^
cU„
Wm, are
Henry Peterson waa arreated on
who was formerly vica president of
The llcnverton t 'huiolier of I uni­ •Murch 10 op n liquor charge by
n
playing
inter-class
games
this
week
A specia session of Beaverton's the Union Pacific and was general
A fire, caused by an overheated
tnerce wua the genliil boat of more officers Duley and Ilathorn.
lurries, Msr, 16, 1928 Special
at noons snd before school in the
council was held Monday evening,; agent in Spokane for
the Union
practically
destroyed
thé
The entertainment given last Fri mornings.
The outcome of these stove,
than one hundred persona attending
George Gravis, of Weal Tlmlier March 12, in consider various phases Pacific 26 years ago.
A. D. Brooks, • on the
the dinner and program given by wn
taken
March 12 by Deputy
day evening at the new Barnes ; » m « , will be known the first part home of
of ihe wntcr pu/.r.le that had arisen ! Mr. Hocken has been with the
old Hillsboro road in the west part
school was a very successful affair. | f next week.
that organisation Tuesday evening Werkert
and Officer
Schinde| to
Mayor Erickson was not present Union Pacific and worked up thru
of Beaverton lata Monday morning.
A large crowd, too large even for
in the I. O. O. F. logde rooms.
face a hooae charge.
at the Meeting, and, in hia absence, the trail ic department.
.
He began
At the start of the blaze, Mr.
new building
to accomodate, CIVICS ( ’LASSES HAVE T R IA L S
Beginning
at aeven o'clock, a
George Goffes waa arrested on a It, cordi r
Thyng preaided
at the at llwacu, Washington, as clerk and the
waa present. There was not stand-
The civics
classes
are holding Brooks was exhibiting bis stock of
plate dinner, served by the Domes- liquor
rhnrge
on March 12 by hrll(j „j"
,(V,."utive
steuograpner at $M> a month. A t ing
to a customer, and the
room in the mam
assembly rno-k tri-ls in class
periods now rabbits
Uc Science d a »» of I eaverlon High Sheriff
Reeve»,
Deputy Weckert
(,; j.;
kca,| „ f ty,c." prp(M.nt
Portland he was
freight
traffic room where the program was pre- j sad *he cases that com» before th« flames had gained alarming head­
school, w a» the o|M>nlug feature of and Officer Hchlndel.
'w a ter ay ten, 'serving Beaverton, of-
agent and later chief clerk for the sented. 1 he halls were overflowing bar are of a very serious nature, way before
they were
discovered
the evening
IMa « » » followM by
fared the d tp the Tualatin Valley
general freight agent, from which and peop.e were .landing on the | Th« „ ronA rPriod cl, „ in having and an a.arm sent in.
a
program of talks and musical
P K O "A T E
Water fompany f(ir „ consideration
position he came to Spokane four walks and porches outside
Upon the arrival of the hose cart
selections that marked the function
J O. U rk tn ’s. deceased, estate of $25,000. He staled that an 8- years ago.
I a snappy case that has lasted three
Superintendent tm m a Bryant andiday, in a thrilling
murder trial. a stream was hastily brought into
aa one of the moat successful and WRa filed March 12. Charles lam - inch line carried the flow of hla
Mr. Hocken has been active in Mr. Bryant
from Hillsboro were Mark Jope|| had supposedly killed play, but the interior o f the build­
,entertaining ever alnged by our kin
waa appointed
administrator, system here, except for a short dis-
then gutted, and it
Mrs. Bryant gave a very i^fiena Underhill, and after much ing was by
rivic group.
Hare, McAlear and Peters are at- lance, wherein
0-inch pipe
was all civic mattera, Is a member of pr«*cnt
the Spokane City club, the Trans­ enjoyable talk.
(excitement and hard work on the was with difficulty that the volun­
Imca| business and
professional torneys for the ratal*.
used,
portation club, the Advertising club,
Much credit for the success of
0f the prosecution, was acquit- teers succeeded in keeping the struc­
mm addressing the gathering Inclu-
The estate of Irvin Keely, deceit«
Engineer Robinson of the firm
from being
burned
to the
in s ture
ded Dr. C. K. Mason, wh» gave a ed. was filed March 10. J
Keely (>f IUrr un(, Cunningham appeared and has been active in the Chamber entertainment must be given to the tP(, wben the jury brought
cooperation of other neighborhoods. v, H ict of 'not guilty’ after a short ground. A broken water main added
spatkling dissertation on the subject, la the petitioner and Hare. McAlear llpfori. thp ()od>.
wa„ pmp|oypd of Commerça
to the handicaps of the fighting.
Salt 1-ake City is the eastern ter­ beside the wonderful spirit of the deliberation.
“ Spinach"; Walter Harris, speaking and Peters are attorneys for the
m, kp . , urVf.y of , h, pipe and
t .
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The rapid spreading o f the blaze
of the good accompliahed hy com-
estate.
couplings
that
lay between
the minus of the West Pacific railroad patrons of this community.
The Bethany orchestra, composed ^
^
^
th*
munlty organisations; Mayor Otto
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reaervlor and the city of Ifeaverton. and Mr. Hocken will have fell
(>eriod class has lasted three days, made it necessary to confine fight­
rhurgv of the traffic department at ° f 18 members, rendered
a half
Krtckson, who extolled the glori.a
' 1RCUIT COURT
anrf „ w,-1|. t(, investigate the real
also. Th« culprit. Miss Be*ty Hunt- ing activities to the most threaten­
m u s .c ^ program which w „
wa, ^
o f marAering her ing spots as they appeared, and this,
that are Oregon a; Messers. Sprague, George Susbarrer la the plaintiff on,
fo
lh(, prrntir action of the that end of th. lin*. Hu s u c c e ^ r W
^
I.¡ndow. Miss Hunt- coupled with the fact that the attic
Dean and (¡ray with
an ellegrd
and K A. Phillips la defendant In master meter, that used to make n Spokane h « nos yet been appoin- *vry web rece.ved. and every num-
-
her drew an encore.
Dave, John,
was burning fiercely, made it im­
musiral
message, concerning
the a suit for recovery of money start such alarming diacrcpunriea in the tad.
. p,M^ \
in“ nity’
Mr. Hocken la • former Beaver­ George snd Clara Trachsel of this
possible to extinquish the fire until
pilgrimage o f a Ivar over the moun- ed March 8.
'
i 'l l '.
ills tor Hull Run.
In a
play with the orchestra
rU,™ * * * *he
tain, that was
uniquely diverting;
T h o m » Nelson and Sons, a cor t rb-f talk h<* stm1 e o f the ronditlons ton boy and his many friends Here Pl.ce
uu
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tini)iilanced when »he saw Margaret it had slackened of its own volition.
are glad to hear of his advance­
J. W. Kitynnrd,
who offered evl- poration t re suing Harry Dcnce to he expected to find in his survey.
M.s, Hannah Young gave •
Winin, ky alipr, , tin^ thp , ffw .tion,
Furniture and
household effects
ment.
dence of lleaverton’s growth from recover n sum of money for hooks
were removed until the fierce heat
Representatives from the I’ingham
Tern
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h
y
m M,M vHelen ^ Her
fi.n-ce,
the
dei-mtaed
Mr
T efft, of Heaverton. M i»« lou n r r . . _
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n ,
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the
standpoint
of the
telephone declared lo have been sold. J. C. Pump company were present and
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s f * JHdow.
</ewiR Poole, th* defense made it impossible to enter. Aftmng
is a former Barms school student. 4. _
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REAL PRINCE HAS
business; E. E Swenson, heralded I-rng is sttom rv for the plaintiff, requested
■
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.
attorney
is
very
interesting,
hut the goods salvaged was a small fil­
that they he given an
ROLE IS P LA Y
LOVE”
as “ the Swedish nightingale," with
Glenn I cwts w n paroled for $50 • oportunlty
ing case containing
legal papers
am
s
as
<
n
on
in
air
re”
court
watches
his
onerations
to hid <>n a booster
an address
that might
lie more after being fined $100 on a larceny "ump h< old *ho rity decide to pur
pUyin*
from
l ortland, vpry closely
Richard Wilcox is and contracts belonging to the o orn­
A cat may look at a king, as the
popularly
listed with
the vocal charge.
-hose one.
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.
the prosecuting attorney. The jury er, that survived the conflagration
A novel number was the Rrs .an „
havn not hmntM
their and the water, coming out undama­
old proverb goes, but it’* not every
offerings;
Rev. Donald
Mac Neil,
Divorce de roe» were granted H
Ano(t-er
foregathering
cf
the
screen
slur
who
can
play
with
folk
dance
Presenut.on
by
Donna
H
,.d
,
ion
Tbp
„
.
ntinlPnt
„
f
the ged.
rvs|>onding to
qnorj
“ What y
Hrighi
against
Itaarl Bright; ,• unPi|rren 1« slated
for Monday
prince. John Gilbert and Greta Gar­ Rae Howard
the small daughter ,.01)rtroom W p v e r ,
*tronrfy
Think Ye o f Our Tow n?" and A E. an,| ('teo Schotts was given a divor eigh t. March 1®.
There
was complete
insurance
bo had this unique experience in of M r and Mrs. D C. Howard of
^
of h, neinfr Mi„ Huntley. protection on the household goods,
Wilson, whoso m euagr dealt v.ith PP from Ray Sohutla.
the
filming
o
f
the
play
"Love,"
th#
Beaverton.
The
little
dancer
was
^
trin)
wi„
,,p
foncluded
soon,
the appropriate «ubject.
"Time "
Edv ard W ells* was found guilty S. J.
W \ I.TFRS E N TE R TA IN S
and the ouiiding was partially cover­
F J. Deitcsh gave the welcome ad |ap( wppk |,y a jury and was sen
C F IM R M il l s MMl PLA Y E R S spectacular film vrrsion of Tolstoi’’* arrayed in a very striking silver i
ed.
sheen
costume,
trimmed
in
dark
dress of the evening and James Pin- tPnrw| t„ .wrVe n term of two years (Vdsr Mills, Mnrrh Id Special - pen production, coming Sunday to
SOCIAL
fur, with black Russian boot*.
der. president o f the ('hnmb. r of
fv „ Si.lem .tate p«'nitentlsry
A numlvr of Cedar Mills folks the Beaver Theatre.
POET
LISTED
IN
Miss Frances Stile« was pleasant­ A LO H A
Verna
and
Francis
Jenne,
for-l
In fact they did not only play
Commerce, as muster <>f i ec-monies.
|»tsvid Armstrong o f near Hill»- wPrc entertained at the home of
AN TH O LO G Y
OF
YERBE
ly surprised at her home Thursday
mer
Barnes
pupils
gave
a
very
of
splendidly (Hacharged the dutli
of (Mirti n a (
la
five Mr tim| ^!rs. s T Walter on Sat- with a prince,
in the
person of
Braithwaita’s 'Anthology,’ pro batv-
evening, March 8th.
The. evening
latyMsctlon m hi own inimitable yrurn ¡n (hP state penitentiary for urday evening. March 10. The ev- Prince
Youcca Troubetrkuy, who pleasing piano duet.
was snent in playing cards and ably the most authoritive volume
The
ladies
o
f
the
community
way.
obtainmg money under false pre- ening wa* » e n t playing 500, there enacted one of Gilbert’s staff o ffi­
in America,
Refreshments were, served. of its kind published
buffet sup­ games.
cers in
the production,
but also served u sumptuous
D. C. Free can. rrprvsentiag the iP|m(«,. ||P was immediately imroled '„.¡ng cigh' ta'les
Oregon poets in
per to
round
out
a thoroghly TH'1« present were the Misses Anna has listed seven
Ore. ManufoC irer»' Association, in if he would jm y
the cuata, make
Dnloty rrfr—-hmenta, consisting of with two retired Russian generals,
harming evening.
1 * nd Hannah Young. Vivian Harris. the latest book, among which ap­
hts address took« o f th* giuwtk .-■■■i-.1- , i . is., luaers, lead a law- fruit "»led
'•<'■■■ and coffee were General Michael Llsechkoff, former
o f Verne Fright,
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Frances Stiles and Phyllis Taylor, pears the name
and expansion
of American cities abiding I'fe anti «»port regularly to nerved by tic hoste-f. later in the distinguished military leader under
Mr. ard Mrs. F. W. Livermore.
George He-r.ing. Wilton Boring a resident of Aloha, and a writer
the C u r, and General Theodore Ix>-
directly traceal le to c iilr unity, and the court and the parole board.
evening.
o f promise.
Sr., accompanied by their grand- Donald Jackson. Ted Zuereher and
left the thought that every town S||m |«hj|iip# and
B. S. French
Mn
W Bn me*. Mrs. Ixmls Stark. di. once lommander of the Russian
The Anthology is edited in Boston
daughter. Lots, spent the week end ^ " av>d Tohey.
Is a potential Metropolis. Ben Bcis wpr,, f|rl q $'¡00 and six months in Unrl Wuthrich and John Walter re­ Imtierial Guard. Both generals fled
hy William Stanley Braithwaite, a
at
the
home
of
their
daughter,
Mrs.
land. gnd-fnthor of our sturdy )fM M jni| on a boose count
Phillips celve.1 hi nor-
and Miss Gertrude Russia when the revolution broke
critic and writer o f distinction, who
Ray Syverson.
SENIOR CLASS P L A Y
sister city, Fairvale,
brought with v-ss por* '« I for $2.'i0 and
is very c uservative
in his praise
French Walter
n d
\. Sandvtmm
drew out and became screen actors.
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The senior class play is coming
him both a didegation of his fellow for $150.
of the works o f an author. One of
The new production is a vivid
(be consolation.
»Wy but m iy. th « night pmc the first Oregon writers to be so
cillsens and a hearty greeting,
picture o f Russia before the revo­ GRANGERS’ SESSION
la '-e « Kirby, plaintiff
is suing R A R T ^ W V S T ' P IT ' S
P P A T1 ’ P P R
I P C T U R P tices are very beneficial, as much honored in a Braithwaite publica­
nobly expressed.
Judge
Robert H. Preen n Sheppard on n mortgage
lution, at the height or the glory
r L A lU tiL o
I ' " ' * l U l U v more work can be done in the long
BIRTHDAY PARTY of its aristocracy. Brilliant uni­
Tucker,
an
eminent
jurist
of foreclosure. M. B. knd B. B. Bump
tion several years ago
was Mrs.
intensive
practice
periods than
Portland,
wllh
interest,
friends are attorneys for thr plaintiff.
Elinor Lehnherr Non-roas, a sister
forms, gay costmues and gorgeous
The
reason
why
a
htree
dollar
the
short
practices
allowed
during
The It'ib I irthdny o f the Beaver settings mark the
and investments In the Tualatin
of nrofe««or W T. lehnherr o f the
production as
The St tc highway commission is
tax is not considered school time. The cast is practicing
Chapter, of the O. E. S., was cele­ incidentals in the vivid drama of automobile
Valley to bind him here, stressed
Aloha-Huber
school.
The poem
suing Perry E. Miller for a trnct
feasible, presented in
an address four nights a week this week. On-
brated Wednesday evening.
the Importune* o f the sanctity of of land
- hich won this distinction for her
Anna
Karenin.'., the
woman who by M. M. Burtner, was one of the ly two weeks are
Van Winkle
and Davis
left before the
Tlie charter members of tlieh lodge, gave all for love, and the sinister
the home in his them#
was entitled. "Atlanta."
are attorneys for the plaintiff.
features of the regular meeting of performance.
It doesn’t «eem very
with punt Grand
Matron,
Mrs. fate that dogged her happiness.
Inters per- ed with
the addresses
The poems by Mr. Bright, who
J. C. Selger is suinc F. Wright
the local Grange
Saturday.
Mr. long. Reserved seats board will be
Moore Kney, and |uist Grand Patron
we're the following musical presen­ for recovery of a sum of money.
been
producing creditable
Gilbert plays the role of Count ! urtner is said to be well-informed, in Dean’s drug store sometime dur- has
Clyde
Evans,
who
instituted
the
tations:
plsno solo, Maurice Man­
Vronsky, the lover, and Miss Garbo as he was formerly a member of ing the latter part of next week, verse for years, that won their way
chapter, and past
Grand
Patron
ning; piano «ole. Harold Alexander'
the tragic Anna in the story, and the legislative comittee of the Sate General admission tickets will be into the envied volume were "Sea
M ARRIAG E LICENSES
all of Portland, many others of note are included
Lure,” “ Manilla," and “ Sailor."
pinne and violin selection, la i » and
Winters and Roveye la-n- Charles McGuire,
Grange.
! sold by the students.
For more than a year Mr. Bright
Bcrnlce (\.x; male mmrtct number nra p aralpna> lloth „ f Ranks. Mar- were the guests of honor.
in the cast.
There is also
a state-wide de-
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A program was given consisting
Beaverton
Messrs Cadv. Wehh. Boswell and p(w, Msr h II hy E. B. Lockhart.
Among the spectacular details of bate in the organization on the fol-
The date set for Senior Dress-Up was connected with the
of short talks by visitors and offi- the now picture are the manouvers lowing question.
Hanson ;
vocal sol-».
Mrs.
K. G. Hillsboro nnator.
Resolved;
That day is Friday. March 16. A program | Review, at one time occupying the
lection by the mixed
o f associate
editor, and
Webb ; n sele
Grnco e‘>r»-
of the Russian guard, the spectacu­ the
Albert
Korderling
and
principles of the
Depenture will be given by the senior class in position
Mrs. Mildred Carr sang the wel- lar horse manuovers, and the bril­ plan of
double misrtcl o f the Rethi-l
s n,i)h. lo*h of Cornelius
solving the
agricultural the
assembly
hall.
Hear
more the Review joins his friends in con­
gratulations
for
the distinction
rernHornl
church, nnd vocnl solo
j ohn w
White
and Mr*. Altn con,c
*°»tf-
liant socialfunctions and cathedral surplus problem advocated by the about it next week!
awarded him.
1-v E 0 Wi-bh.
May, both of Vernonia.
Married
Miss Hannah Young gave a vio- scene«.
National Grange should be adopted
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Ftve large tables were necessary fi,p anmp ,|„y by Teddv W. la'avitt. lin,
nccomiinnicd by
Miss Helen!
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hy the United States Govermcnt.
Don’t forget the smoker tonight!
to accomodate those present at the nl|p|,*,.r nf Vernonia
T c fft on the piano.
l.KKDY GRANGE W IL L MEET
The local Grange is not debating It is to be held in the high school Local Boy Aboard Ship
evening's festivities.
A a general
| j-,dow, Hillsboro ami Selma
Lyman Webb gave a recitation.
TO FORM GROWERS* GROI I* the question, but H. P. Downing gym at 7:30. Everyone welcome!
Battered By Typhoon
get-together o f Beaverton cRItens nr|topn|evPB( Portland.
The hall was clubornteiy decora-
County Agent McWhorter wrill be had studied the subject very thor-
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it was declared to be ore of the
R0|„.rt S. Tillmnn, Hillsboro,
and ted appropriate
to St. Patrick's
the principal speaker
on
the lee- oughly
and gave an
interesting IN TERIO R OF W H IT E H A L L
Jamie
Hudson has
accepted a
most
successful ever staged, nnd p||xai)cfil
Mary Stone. Portland.
Day.
Fruit salad.
wafers, cake turer’s program
of I-oedy Grange
talk on it.
GETS RENO VATIO N position on the
President Lincoln
the well hnlnn ed prog''am bespeaks ||nrpjpd t|,P name day by H. A. and coffee were served.
| Saturday evening, March 23.
The annual seed and perennial
R K. Hanna, proprietor of the rteamship.
The
vessel sailed on
on the Kuratli. Justice of Peace at Hills­
much careful pretmrntlen
Whitehall cafe, has been supervis- February 27 for Japan and should
! There will be an open
meeting sale was quite a success.
part of those in charge.
Mr and Mrs. Charles Van Kleek.jng a complete renovation o f the
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Chinn of and all who are
interested in a
boro.
have
reached Yokahama
Sunday
Seattle spent Sunday at the home Potato Grower's Association are in-_ of Kinton Grange and J. E. Lawton interior of his establishment, which morning.
1I1TKON STUDENTS GOING IN
of Mr. Chinn's cousin, A. C. Chinn, vited to attend the lecture hour.
o f Gales Grange were visitors.
was damaged by fire late in Febru­
Janet Huntley Hostess
They struck a typhoon 450 miles
FOR RUSTIC ARCHITECTURE
ary.. and now announces that the
from port Saturday afternoon.
No
At Card Party
work is nearly completed.
He has
word was received from them un­
gazed upon it and called it good, an
The very latest in one and twro-
til late Sunday
night and much
Mias Janet lluntley
entertained room elubhouaes may now lie seen
opinion shared by all.
anxiety was felt for the safety o f
al inrds Wednesday evening of la-t in Hiteon.
A
finish of a light tint, with those on board.
The steamer was
week. The decorations wore appro­
The buildings are
a natural fir
drapes on the windows to contrast, liadly batored and the wireless was
priate to 81. Patrick’» Day. *
green, and all are alike in the reo-
has given a distinctive effect of out o f order for a while. A ll on
Two tables of bridge were played |MM.( „ f |M.¡nR Hsrht and airy
j richness.
board were later reported safe.
the honors going to Alias Mildred
Student«
at Hiteon
school nre
Among the improvements in the,
Flmpson
and the
consolation to the enterprising architect» and des­
Whitehall
is a new
Vecto Ideal
MITC1IELL-EK STROM
Misa lenoni Kuru.
One table of igner», and it is confidently expected
heater, installed
by
Dewey the
The wielding of Miss Elva Mildred
600 wn» also made, nt which Mrs. that the
newly constructed club-
Plumber.
Kkstrom, daughter o f Mr. and Mrs.
E. B. Este» carried o ff the honor»
wjtl 1m. „ j „ Venile playtime
Mrs. Hanna reports that he also H. A. Ekstrom, of Beaverton, and
nnd Mi»s Olive I’ re water the conso­ headquarters
during
the
coming
plans to hang oval plate mirrors, Francis M. Mitchell, son of Mr. and
lation.
farmed in robin’s-egg blue in each Mrs. C. D. Mitchell, was solemnized
season.
of the booths.
March 3 in the Madison st.M, E.
BARNES SCHOOL PATRONS
S O U T H E R N S TY LE DINNER
church at
Corvallis.
Dr. E. J.
W ill. CONSIDER P. T. A. PLA N N E D BY CHURCH LAD IES
BEAVERTON FA M ILIE S RETURN Harper performed the ceremony.
Bnrne», Mnnh 16 Special There
The ladie» of the Bethel Congre-,
FROM TOUR THRU C A L IF O R N IA Mrs. Howard Stroud
of Corvallis
will he n preliminary meeting at Rational ehureh announce that they
Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson and «ang “ At Dawning’’
Miss Alice
♦ he new Bnrne» »ehnol assembly on arp buwily preparing for
the big
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Barnes returned Alverdes played the wedding march.
next Monday night. March 19 to southcrn style dinner they are to
Wednesday evening
o f last week
The bride wore a pale green gown
dl»cu»» the advlslhlllty o f orgnniz- R|vp |n the church parlors .on next
from a two weeks' motoring trip of crepe Roma and carried a shower
Ing n Parent-Teacher nssorinllon In Ffiday evening. Mnrrh 23.
through California.
They went by bouquet of bride’« roses, lilies o f the
the coast route and returned by the valley and sweet p e««
the community.
Following the dinner, which will
e v -' was at­
inland.
It in hoped Mint Mr«. Fred Weldon ta, *#rvfd from 6:30 to 7:00 p. nt.,
tended by Miss Endora Mitchell as
The Catalina Islands seemed to bridesmaid.
o f Rock Crock or Mrs. Johnson of ,, musical program la to he presen»
who was
gowned in
have made the most impression on , yellow georgette crepe, and carried
Tobins may be able to be present ted. Proe :>ds wjll go to the ohuroh-
them, although the dates growing! an
old-fashioned
nosegay.
Mr.
to explain the purpose nnd nima of miring fund.
Parent-Teacher work. A short pro-
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in the Imperial Valley
ranked n Howard Stroud was best man.
gram of about half an hour will he HINTON
CHILDREN
ATTEN D
close second.
' A fte r the ceremony , a hannuet
given by the school youngsters.
B IR TH D AY P A R T Y
The Christian Endeavor
of th e , was given in
Benton hotel in
Church of Christ held a social even 1 honor of the bride and groom,
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Little Mary Kathryn Hall, dangli
A LO H A-H U B FR
P.
T.
A.
tpr of Mr. nnd Mrs. W C. Ilnll en
ing Saturday in the church parlors.
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell were both
NETS N E X T DINNER SUM terinined six of her
friends lari
decorations were
green and former «luden*» o f the Opearon State
The
! the refreshments carried out the collere, where Mrs. Mitchell was
Aloha. Ore., March 16, Special
Saturday nt her home, it being her
~ame color scheme. Lettuce, pick- member o f
Del*« f l i » " * ' snd Mr.
The Parent-Teachers netted about eighth hlrthdny.
i les.
sandwiches, green
jello and MRch<dl was a Tau Delta.
$47.00 from their ehleken dinner and
,p ,P little
folka spent a very
Green River
punch were served.!
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party held nt Commercial hall, Hu- ptPn»nnt afternoon. Dnintv refreah-
About 30 young people were pres-
M'omen's Bible O n «» o f the
her, Saturday evening.
mentn were served hv Mrs. Hall,
| ent.
| Church o f Christ held a business
Following a most sumptuous re- following n period of <*ames.
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j snd sneiai afternoon Friday in the
past, progressive 606 wn« played
Mnry Ksthryn received n numlv>r
At Myrtle Point the new Am eri-|),„mP ,f Mrs. Dean Adams. Salad,
Music was furnished T Y n radio of nice gifts and all those pre«ent
i can building is well under way. and «andwiches. cake and coffee
loaned and instated hy H. Morrison, voted It an extremely jolly after-
the Breuner building is started.
, served.
About 20 were present.
o f the Aloha Mercantile store.
noon.
The Forerunner of Spring
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