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B eaverton R e v ie w
Newspaper Devoted Exclusively to the Interests of Eastern W ashington County
VOLUME XIX, No. 20
WASHINGTON COUNTY, ORFGON, FRIDAY, April 18, 1941
Americana Vividly Dramatized in LcigYs Western Paintings
The Spring Conferenc? o f D r
J vision 9. Northwest District K l-
fifteen d u b s, convenes teday in
the Gateway to übt-
Tualatin Valley, <he Garden « p o t
o f Oregon
C onference K
under the direction o f our ow i
Lee R. Richey. IjMUlenanf-Gov
ernor o f the Division. Lee and
Ten high schools thus far have
beifia to the festival at Hills
b oro on May 3 , according »o J
f o x . KillnlM.ro union high school
Tfcny are lleaverton,
Handy, Canhy, Heap-
. Ht H elm s, Tlxnrd. Hhe."-
wood. New Iters and McMinnville.
Ten high school group« ln-
• ludlng over 600 musicians were
there laot year for the annual
being acrepted from greater dis
tance* Hits year. It 1» expects I
the total number
o f munlrlana
will tie much lartrer.
Hdh«?dule outlined for the vis
Kiwanians and their lad
les. Golf-m inded will have A1
Jann-en and H«t| Inman to show
them som e o f our nearby greens
Air-minded about ten thirty will
number o f acbanU bu ll c l
look over Beaverton Airport, see
liave not yel resp on d «! na yet
under construction, and
send a drum
inspect the O .I .T . School
a* well aa the rettular
at the Masonic Tem
Metalled plana fo .'
ple with D r. W . C . Glersbarh
will he announced
T h« Navaho "Fir* Dane«" la In William R. Leigh's on*-man-show being
as principal speaker.
bald In tha »argent Gallery o f the Grand Central Art Oallerlaa. 16
Vanderbilt Avenue. New York, March 4-22.
the C lub Presi
In the whole o f Indian life, o f Fashion. New York, Journeyed
dents. one for the Club Secretary
nothing more spectacular can be seventy-five miles fron. OaUup.
aeon Ilian the Navaho Fire Dance New Mexico Into the Navaho Reger
let*, at the high school and on<*
or Mountain Chant. Unlike the ration to obtain the preliminary
llopl Snake Dance, a prayer for studies, done on the spot, for this
Mu mn Rea totnllnR $lf»r.oo nr”
at the grade school
In two aeparale
Navaho Fire Danca Is "curative”
This canvas, which Is still In the to East Africa for the American Dinner meeting Is slated fo r 6:6P
filed In circuit court hi« we«<
and la confined to winter.
charcoal stage, Is supplementary to Museum o f Natural History, and with a splendid
aa th e aftermath o f a train-
Over 1600 Navahoe assemble to 14 recently flnlsbed pictures and later by the Carllsle-Clark Expedi
wUngaa the spectacle, which coal« 16 studies never hefor*.“ exhibited tion. to the same territory. He Is
ca r crush
A p ril- 16. IkM , at
wanis will entertain visiting la*'
the master painter of the habitat
Home o f the tribesmen In the fore •The Rest In the Bunch.” "The groups of African Hall of this les in the afternoon while t
The plaint Iff«, Violet Emerson
ground are feasting at the expense Marauder,” "Homeward
Bound.” museum, where some o f his finest men are having their conference
of the patient. The dance lasts "The M ystic," and "Arizona, the work may be seen.
and Ted Kmeraoti o f Aloha, name
from sundow n to sun-up; the most Wonderland.”
the Spokane, Portland and Seal-
Albert, late King of the Belgians,
The exhibit Is planned In a The Duke o f Windsor, Dr. Philip
lie Railway com pany and Valiev
The unique way. to give the layman and Cole. Edward Laurence Doheny;
Itoberta aa dcfcndanta. charging
dancers, smeared with whitish clay. student an opportunity to see some Frank Philips Museum. Ths Hunt
Impersonate ghosts who through of the steps Involved In the crea ington
that they were Injured when n
cavorting, the waving o f torches tion o f pictures. The studies repre Museum. The Heckscher Founda
car driven !i j Roberta collld-»-!
and the shaking of rattles, are sent data painted from life In the tion. and many other museums and
The Champoeg Park Commis
with a train <>n tlte H P . and
supposed to frighten away the evil Southwest.
private collections, contain the sion Invites all the people o f
track wile re It* croaaea tha
spirits responsible for the Illness
William Robinson Leigh, a de work of ibis artist who Is also the
Very few white people have seen scendant o f Pocahontas. Is a Vir author o f "Frontiers o f Enchant Oregon to a picnic to be held at
Tualatin hlRhway at Beaverton
this dance which has never before ginian. who more than thirty years ment.” a hook which details h*
Champoeg Park, on the beauti
Ktnaroon «eeka 65.00)
been depicted. .It Is the first o f a «g o made his first visit to New trip with Akeley In Africa.
ful W illamette River, on Sun
each from Ibo railway couiputiy
Series o f Indian dances Mr. Leigh M exico and Arisons. He continues
This one-man-show o f /
day, May 4th. This will be the
plans to paint. During the winter to carry on most forcefully the In the Sargent Gallery '
and Roberta while her husband,
.J 98th anniversary o f the birth of
of 163*. In sub-zero weather and tradition of Remington and Russell. Central Art G allo--
Tad Emerson. asks 62.750 frou.
deep snow. Mr. I>>lgh accompanied
tative of on» o '
,v painters the «täte, and they want yon
by hla wife, Ethel Traphagen has s pc''tallied, ho has painted In left who I.
j uld West and and all your friends to conse to
(ouudwr of the Traphagea Dchaol Africa. tie was selected by Gw/11 p t u i t u w . . « M r ,
the Park on that day and help
them celebrate. There will Is»
s tw enty-five piece brass band
which w ill discourse sweet m u
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A quartette o f lovely youn^
Helen Smith, form er Wastiln t-
will entertain you wi L
ton county resident who wus «mu-
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popular son gs.
T here will be
vtoted two weeks ago In
clrm.ll A we(Wln, o f A pr„
U at the
Tlie Huber garden clu b herd
community singing. A f«w Miort
cou rt o f r, charge o f false sweat - ljuUlenu, lAurt,h , u ,.o r t|BllU WB„ Ila regular meeting In th«- A lo- -will give the first o f their spring
talks are sch olu lcd .
I smu I up
lug In connection with it
o f Miss Lorulue Jobasoii, bu grunge
eve con certs at the Beaverton Church your car with you r folks and
dllllKh„ . r o f
o f ning. April 8. at 8 p .m .
Pro o f Christ next Sunday, April 2'» lunch baskets and com e on over
Thursday was bring held
In the S||verton. Oregon
H tch .rl fessor A . G. B . Itoi|nel v a the at 8:00 p.m.. They are a highly and celebrate. The Park is open
trained chorus o f approxim ately
county Jail under a cou rt order _ ,
. . .
all the year and you are w el
aon o f Mr.
and Mrs. guest s|x-akcr. His subject was I
pending Imposing o f sentence.
fifty voices com posed
com e to com e at any time, and
Fred Goyt o f Beaverton.
Bunker o f W llkeborJ U leck e „(fu -iatad
at the cere-
B oru *» i« head o f thl> best singers o f the Tuclatlu val you will find
ley . They are under the leader place to spend a holiiiav. Mr.
was lodged III the e«*unt.v Jail on
j C ..
tnony. Mrs iA. M Hund a sis- d*Pnrtn* !nt *1 Oregon S ta l« c o l- | ship o f Lawrence
a oliurge o f usoault and h a lte r/
. . ..
Parrish o f the Oregoiwai.
lege. His talk wus w r y Inter
ter. attended the bride and Gei
outstanding director o f music, will deliver
o f -having beaten
, aid Goyt acted us la's! man.
w ife. Bunker last year served
. by the club members In regard from Bup*:<ie. Oregon.
dress o f the d a y .
n Jail term In H illsboro fo r ob- A rw p tU in
at tie |o grww|njt cholct> v iw ta b lp !,.
Hue kits the numbers by the
hslnlng m oney by false pretense, j **>«»
fhe h rlJ es slst. r Mrs.
f>Iao(. cloM d a e-ullre chorus,, there will be a
A . E . Gilbert, H illsboro, con - .O eorge
L. Ilrown, lor menrbera
miccessful three number
o f solos. The entire eve
▼Icted Monday In Justice court ° f l *U! futnlllcs.
period as d ialrm an o f the re- I ning will be given over to this
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
1n H illsboro o f trespnss onto the
F ollow ing
trip Mr. | freehinent com m ittee,
••onoert which will be between
The Book clu b met Thursday
property o f a farm er while play- and Mrs Goyt will he at hom e j Mr>
j.^ B orberg and Mrs. an hour and an hour and n
and enjoyed a v e jy interesting
Ing golf, drew a fine o f 610and In the Irvington A pts.
com plete I ' quarter in length.
There will be
admission review o f a book
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their terms as chairm en o f the
charge but a freew ill offering given by M rs. K irk.
decoration com m ittee.
Plan« w ere made and com
| The mixed quartet, consisting will bt> taken. Kveryone is tn-
mit tees appointed for a «liv e r
o f Charley Riggs. H . K. Ewer vltedl to attend.
Ten fo r the relief o f China to
two daughters, Kllza-
be given at the Bethel C ongre
T he Church o f < brlsl had the betfh nnid
song two very
gational church May 8.
_____ left Wednes-
largest attendance In Its history n«-nutlful num bers.
l> \MACKS SOI r;iIT
IN COURT ACTIONS
PICNIC TO BE AT
OF FAST WEEK
WEDDING OF LOCAL HUBER CLUB HAS
YOUTH HELD SAT.
SINGERS TO GIVE
B(X)K CLUB HAS
ON LECTURE TOUR
ORD SET AT CHURCH
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day for the Kast w-here she will
t o eturaged In an Itinerary o f
months giving mission-
week rhe will
Is- speaking at
0,1 fa s t e r Sunday
TI h > atten- accom panied
goal sel by
the Bible little Dorothy Dee R iggs,
“ «A00* w** 225 hut this goal wn« I Refreshm ents were served to
erceed«>d by 75, there being 30<* f ftty-flve metnbers. Future club
In attendance at both the Bible activities
B illin g.
North Dakota. Illsmark. N, Dak.,
W oodworth, N. Dak,, and fV rg o.
N>. Dak. On April 3fAh she will
1 m the guest speaker at a State
t ’onventlon In Mia-
the w or-
ship service. Attendance for the
past fo u r Sunday* lias twMvn 1*1.
184. 178 and 300 T here wore R
added to the church Faster Sun-
day. Four were baptised Sunday
after the evening service T here
PLEDGED AT U.. of 0.
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SOCIAL CLUB MEETS
University o f Oregou. Eugene
April 15; W illiam (B illy) Hi-bon IN MASONIC HALL
o f Beaverton has been pledged
to K hpph Stgnm fraternity at
^ t W
" b T ' r a ^ k T n i r ^ W s i the University o f Oregon.
Bishop, a graduate o f Bea
•p* |w *
verton hlgfh school. Is a fresh
man m ajoring In journalism at
been 20 additions to the the University. He 1« a son o f
first o f tihe Mr. and M.-s Albert C. (Biddle)
in the Masonic hull Wednesday
lut rtieon. Twenty-
mem bers were
Bdna Shellls was elect* I secre
to finish out 'h e term o f
Barnes, who lias moved
to McM lnnrille.