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About Beaverton times. (Beaverton, Or.) 191?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 8, 1919)
EEAVESTON.' SS50N, KSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1919.
At Ct. Cecilia's church yesterday
mcnl. Zy Father O'Neill officiating,
Sam Rossi and Mrs. Del Debbio were
married at 8 o'clock with mass.
I Krs. Debbio came here recently
from Sacramento . and has been vis
iting friends and relatives in this vi
chSJty and has made many acquatn-
ptnces here who will welcome her as
a resident ana citizen oi Beaverton.
Mr. Rossi was recently discharged
froraUncle Sam's army and has been
a resident of Beaverton since June,
when he started the Beaverton res
They will make their home in
apartments in we nossi Duuamg ov
er the restaurant, which Mr. -Rossi
has recently furnished for his bride.
Beaverton Boy on Portland Ship.
Ralph Watts, son of Mr. and Mrs.
II. C. Watts of Beaverton, has ac
cepted ia position and signed up with
the Shipping Board as an oiler on
the West Harshaw, a Portland-built
"boat, and will sail about the 10th f
the month for some port in Europe,
This' will be a great experience for
Ralph, will, give him the opportunity
of seeing the world and at the same
time will permit him to learn a use
ful and valuable trade. .
Dancing Party Sunday.
' In honor of his wedding which be
cwred yesterday, Sam Rossi is giv
tag a dancing party in Morse Hall,
Sunday for which he has issued .hi'
vitationsto his many friendB. Be
cause of thenature of the affair, ad
mission will be by invitation only,
but Sam is particularly , happy this
week and is liberal with the invita-
tions, so if you havent an invitation
but want to dance, just call at the
restaurant and be will supply you at
ocie. The hall will . be open at 2
o'clock. a j
SPRINKLING NOTICE "
In order-to save water needed by
the Highway Contractor, the town
council has divided the " sprinkling
privilege as follows:
All persons East of Watson Street
or its extensions may sprinkle on
Tuesdays, Thursdays And Saturdays.
$ All persons West of Watson iStreet
or its extensions triay sprinkle on
Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
All persons are urged to comply
with this request and to conserve
water inN every way possible in order
t&t all needs may be sujjplied.
. GEORGE THYNG
; Water Superintendent
HOWTrr COMMISSION COM-
:?r'--:,;.v'',"'';;::pAT. ft - ; , , :
185 Front St
! Will pay the following prices ps
shipments received up to and
duding Aug. 7.
Veal, 76 to 120, top ....19c
Teal, 75 to l&.jnaaw ........18c
Veal, fair to rood,.:... ' .17c
Veal, haavf 13 to I7e
Hogs, 100 to 100, topi ...88 t 2Efcc.
Hogs, poor and heavy ...i 20 to 28c
No commission. Prompt returns.
(Write1 for shipping" fcji) "
W. J. Alexander Sorprised.
Saturday evening a number pf tlie
friends and neighbors of W. J. A!ev
ander'of west of Beaverton, sprang a
surprise on him, reminding him that
his 73rd birthday iiad 'arrived. The
feorprise was ccmnlete when so or
more friends arrived and began mak
ing the Alexander home ring with
merriment as nr.-sic and dancing re
called the days of his youth.' Mi. Al
cxderwas equal Xs the occasion and
joined in tie datving with the young
est of them. He vas the recipisat of
many beautiful presents, a smoking
set turned out of Oregon maple by
W. A Smith being particularly ad
Regular Services at M. E. Church.
Regular services, both morning and
evening, will be resumed at the Meth
odist church Sunday, Rev. and Mrs.
Gray-having returned from the camp
meeting of the Oregon Holiness As
sociation in Portland. ;
v Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lockstront and
son, accompanied by Mr. Lockstrom's
father, C. J. Locks trom, of Salina.
Kansas, came out for a visit with the
family of E. E. Swenson, formerly
neighbors in the sunflower state.
Mr. Lockstrom and family have been
on the foad since tho 7th of June and
have visited all tho principal cities
en route. : They made the trip ovir
land in thbir car. Another sen ac
oompanied them on a part of the trip
but turned back at Seattle in order to
accept, a position at home. u ''
Chas. Robin of Salem has accepted
a position as warehouseman .for the
Standard Oil Company at Beaverton,
the business which F. H. Johnston
has established here having grown so
fast as to require this additional help.
Mr. Robin has rented the Mrs. Alex
ander house north of the starch fac
tory and will move his family here
from Salem in the near future.
Snadey School Entertained.
Mies Ruth Cady entertained the
Congregational Sunday School at ths
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.
W. Cady, Wednesday night, in honor
of the completion of the work which
she has been doing with her class of
boys during the vacation season.
A delightful social time was en
joyed by about eighty of the mem
bers of the Sunday School. Delicious
refreshments were served and all ex
pressed regret that Miss Cady is so
soon to leave the Sunday School to
return to her high school position at
The primary class, Mrs.'H. M,
Barnes, ' teacher; . won the hon
ors of a contest, which, has been run
ning ior several, weeks And were the
guests of honor.
..Misses Crete Gray and Edna Hock-
en with: instrumental solos and Miss
Vena Gaskill with . readings added
much to the enjoyment of the even
ing, fi-'( . 'y'-f I ''-'.V.
Paving Near Aloha.
Fairly good progress was made on
the highway the past week in spite of
scarcity of material and a number of
now laid nearly to Aloha and the con
tractor expresses hope that thelacnte
shortage of material will be relieved
and that regular progress can be
made in the future. - r
W. P. McGee has been taking ad
vantage of buyers' , week to get . his
stock of goods enlarged. He has
been in Portland boosting along the
delivery of his merchandise.
Card of Thanks.
To all who so kindly offered aid
and sympathy in our late bereavment,
the death of pur dear mother, we ex
tend heartfelt gratitude.
W. T, SHACKELFORD,
H. D. SHACKELFORD,
MARY SHACKELFORD. '
PEDIGREED STEEL GRAY
FLEMISH GIANT BUCK, from Maj
or Domo stock, at service. W. L.
Benfer, end of North A. Street, For
est Grove, Oregon. Phone 0385. Jl
Vincent Fiatpatrick went to Mon
mouth Wednesday where Be will cut
meat in the butcher shop of one of
his oldftme friends. v
W.E. Squires returned Monday
from a ten-day vacation spent at Ab
erdeen, Wash. He went up with W.
H. Cady when the latter returned
home from his visit here, and took in
all the' oft excitement in' the coming
metaopeliainf Southwest Washington.!
He has many a good word to say fori
the excellent roads of that jrogres-!
A. Jacobson of Cooper Mountain
was a Beaverton visitor Saturday.
He re ports threshing just beginning
in his section and crops yielding very
. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Carty of Ridge
field, Wash., were here Sunday for a
visit with Mrs. Catty's mother, Mrs.
Joseph Fitzpatrick, and family. Af
ter -their wedding here last month,
they made a short wedding trip to
Puget Sound points before going to
their home at Ridgefield.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J.. Schoene, who
bought the Gevurtz place south of
Beaverton recently, were in town on
Tuesday, getting acquainted with our
(merchants and doing some shopping.
Mr. Schoene, who is a salesman for
the Beaver Engraving Co., of Port
land is enjoying his vacation on the
new home. .
Earl Fisher and Robert J. Hocken
have always been rather proud of the
speed they could attain on foot, but
they are not boasting much of their
prowess along that line since one day
last week the story got out of their
exploit while cutting eats on the field
north of the Hocken grove. It seems
Poor Road Management.
As the result of somebody's ' poor
headwork, patrons of the toads be
tween here and Portland have been
put to much inconvenience the past
few weeks and not a few of those who
took affairs into their own hands ,
came to grief at the hands of the law 1
in a matter which should have been
differently provided for.
When the Warren Construction Co.
started work on the Canyon road, it 1
was found necessary to close the
road becatse the pass was too narrow
to permit of a road for machines to
pass the Bteam Bhovel while at work.
At the same time someone in au
thority closed the new highway to
travel to the East of Beaverton and
thus no road is open to Portland1 save
by way of Whitford and Progress, or ,
else north by way of Cedar Mills. In
closing these roads a lack of fore
thought in putting signs at the right
place has caused many people to run
blindly into a trap and not a few of
these have had to pay fines for tree- '
pass, much to the disadvantage of the
Eastern end of, the county. "
Some fairer and better way of ar
ranging the closing bf these roads
should have been provided by those
: Miss Oma Emmons, who returned
recently from Monmouth where she1
wsb attending, school, has so far re- ''
covered from' her illness as to be
about again. - '
. Mrs. Nelson. G. Freeman has spent '
several days this week in attendance '
at buyers' week in Portland. !
of the Bank of Beaverton, of Bea
verton, County of Washington,''
State of Oregon, showing the amount
standing to the credit of every de- ,
positor July 1, 1919, who has not '
made a deposit, or who has not with-. '
drawn any part of his deposit (com
mercial deposits), principal or inter
ad Ian viAwts4 tM vnAaa ltaka ammssk'
(7) years immediately prior to said
date, with the name, last known place
of residence or postoffice address of
such depositor, and the fact of his
death, if known. . ; i '
S. H Clark, North Plains, Ore. 11.17
J.. A. Kummer, Beaverton, Ore. .70
B. Kishpaugh, Beaverton, Ore. .85
M. M. Mead, Beaverton, Ore., . 10.10
F. M. Maxwell, Beaverton, Ore.
G. A. Pidcock, Beaverton, Ore.
STATE OF OREGON,
County df Washington, ss. '
I, Doy Gray, being first
sworn, depose- and say ; upon oath,
that T k- fa.hU m.t 41. Vmrnl.
ZrlTJl - Beaverton. of Beaverton, County;
of Washington, State . of Oregon; 5
that tho foregoing is a full, true, ;
correct, and complete statement,',
showing the name, last known resi- ;
dence or postoffice address, fact of'
death, if' known, and the amount to'
the credit of each depositor as re
quired by the provisions of Chapter
148, of the 'General Law of Oregon, ;
1907, and Chapter 214, of the Gene-
jral Uwa of Oregon, 1811 ,
- SvbseCi and twom to kire'-;
me .this 15 dsy of July, A. D. lflluf
oat field and when the harvester be
gan work he keptmoving, toward the
center of the patch. The harvesters
soon caught sight of him and think-
it was a young fawn, took particular
pains to catch it before the machine
should run over and cripple it. But
we jacKraDMt was : somewnat or a
disappointment, so they tied his hind
legs together and turned him loose in
the stubble until quitting time. But
when they went to pick him up he
.started for freedom and in spite of
the hobbles on his legs, outiaa them
and got away. At least that's the
iway the story is told to us, .
i - FOUVJ-Pillow slip ia paekage.
Owner call at Times offce. 80
F. W. CADT.
Notstrv Public ' for OmmuH
My commission -expires June 22