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i f y o u d o n ’t g et y o u r p a p e r,
b e »lire a n d n o ti f y u s a t o n ce,
so w e c a n fin d t h e r e a s o n
f o r it.
Miss Hcndy F. Huiler.
Thursday, Maiali 1 /. 1<J2 /.
THE BEAVERTON ENTERPRISE
account of the
carried off first poize for the p r e s - ! absent this week
entation of their number. “Dutch flu.
Dance,” at the vaudeville entcrtaoin
ment held by the High School of ‘ Miss Connet of the first grade, was
| married Sunday to Ralph H annah
of the bureau of
The meeting of the Forest Brow n
ies pack will be held T hursday a f t health, will be at the school Monday
ernoon, March 17, at the Collins- to give a physical examination for
View school following the dismissal the boys who desire it. This exam-
riation is not compulsory.
of pupils. Visitors are welcome.
■ A V .V .V .V iV .’A W A V .'.V .V .
recently entertained at luncheon for
ihe pleasure of the mothers of he.
-pupils, at which time plans were
discussed for the future.
The Capitol Hill Community club
will participate in the contest which
is being sponsored by the Federated
i om m rnity clubs in which free cn-
tertainments will be held by the va
rious community clubs of Multno
mah, prizes of $25 first, $15 second
and $10 third, to he awarded to the
best entertainment showing the larg
est at tendance of parents and chit
The entertainm ent committee
of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Cleaves and
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Duncan was a p
pointed to further arrangements.
MAY CHANGE NAME ?
D 3. A. E. WILSON
Fine Repairing and
Optical W ork a
C ity b y t h e B o s p o ru s K n o w n j.
b y M a n y T itle s .
W a sh in g to n .— T h e suggestion has
been m ade In T u rk e y th a t C o n s ta n ti
nople he r en a m ed fo r K emal Pushu.
p reside nt of the republic.
B e a v e r t o n , O r . *«
C o n s ta n tin o p le h as had m a n y nam es % B ox 367.
at various tim es, sa y s a bulletin of ’ a v . v a v / . w . v . v . ’. v . w
ih e N ational C.eographle society from
ItK W a shington h e a d q u a rte rs.
“ Not for 400 y e a r s lias C o n s ta n tin o
ple been C o n s ta n tin o p le to th e T urks. ■ . V . V . V . W * V . V W * W * V * % V * V ,
It Is S tanihoul to them. Some geo
g raphic al title e x p e r ts hold that Statu
E m i ix I h a s been a b b re v ia te d by the
80 Acres of The Best i*
T u r k s from C o n s ta n tin o p le Just as they £
a b b re v ia te d T liessaloniea (Salmwca) ;i
to Se ,nik. T h e r e a r e two o th e r con
tentions. O ne Is t h a t Stanihoul is a
c o rru p tio n o f a p h r a s e w hich the £ F or rent or will rent by ;;
T u rk is h In v ad e rs hea rd the (¡reeks
•I ihe head.
say, ‘ees teen poleen,’ literally ‘to the
Father Kelly’s Place
A n o th e r supposition Is that £
'Islam.’ m e a n in g ‘t r u e believing,’ and •S
W est of Beaverton.
‘bul,’ m e an in g ‘copious,’ hav e been •J
Enquire Grand Cream ery
welded to g e th e r by the T u r k s Into ■« 18] F k i i S t
Stanihoul, ‘a b o u n d in g in the tr u e Mos V.WAV.VAV.VAW.VANW.
lem f a ith .’
“ E m p e ro r C o n stan tin e, for whom
C o n stan tin o p le Is nam ed, did not Idin-
self give It th a t nam e. On May 11,
,‘k'K) A. r ».. C o n s ta n tin e called to g e th er
a m ass m eeting In the newly complef
ed hippodrom e.
It w as a ceremony
A new city had been
J. E. H A T C H , P r o p .
built, d estine d to succeed R om e a-
B eaverton, O re g o n .
ca p ita l o f th e R o m an em pire for 11
centuries. At the high point of the
hippodrom e p a g e a n t C o n s ta n tin e dedl-
ca te d th e city to C h ristia n ity a n r
• A V . V . V . ’. V . V . ’. V . V / . V . V . V . * .
nam ed it N ova Roma.
"It w a s th e G re e k s who called It
MAPES & SON
C o n s tan tln o u p o lls a n d finally It be
cam«* C onstan tin o p le. T he p a tria r c h
o f th e (¡reek ch u rc h still signs his title
‘b ishop o f Constantinople, New Rome. ~m
but Nova Rom a w a s forgotten.
w as th e original nam e, B yzan tiu m foi Ja
K ing Byzas, a local ruler, -who first «J
h uilt a tow n on th e Golden Horn jC
Soft Drinks I;
“T u r k s h a v e h a d o th e r affectionate %
|* C a d y Bldg.
W a t i o n , S t. „*
n a m e s for C o n s ta n tin o p le Just as
A m e ric a n s call New York, F a t h e r «V i’.V .V .V .V .V .V .V .’.’ .V .V .V .
K nick e rb o ck er. Som etim es th e T u rk s
call It O um m ondunlu. ‘the M othe r of
the W orld.' a n d som etim es Islumhol.
‘th e City o f Islam .’ A n o th er ns»me Is
I>er el S aade t. ‘th e City of Felicity ’
A lubs cull it by a n a m e which is sig
nifleant, El F a r r u c h , ‘th e E a r th Divid
e r .’ ’’
Mr. and Mrs. J- L . King of Fen-
Mr. and Mrs. E. H F.mtnons ami
Miss Markwitz, school niir«e, c o n
dleton, Or., are the guest* of their
have sold their home ami moved ducts a special class for undernour
daughter and son-in -law, Mr.
to Cortland. A family by the name ished children each Monday and also
Mrs. F. A. Beebce.
of Smith purchased the house.
makes home calls. Miss Markwitz
is a registered nurse and is anaiens
Mr. and Mrs. j. F. Julian and
Mrs. M argaret Bennett has moved
to cooperate with the parents on any
family of Hillsboro, were guests at
into her house at the Boone's F'erry problems they may have.
the Beebe home Sunday.
road, expecting to stay for a few
Complaints of the general untidi
Mrs. William Borsch returned home
ness and defacing of the Capital Hill
W A S T H IS YOUR BOY?
from California after a m onth’s va
- nation being brought before the club
J. D. K irker has left for Well
cation where she has been visiting ington, Oregon, where he has etn
.he Junior auxiliary was appointed
her daughters, Helen, ’’Elizabeth and ployment as engineer.
! make a general clean-up and a letter
A valuable Persian cat was recent-
is to be forwarded to the Oregon
i ly found in W e st Portland district
Electric company asking that tht
Pot-luck lunch was served at the after being shot three times by • a
Mrs J. D. Claghorn motored to S a meeting
P arent- small caliber rifle. A few parent; station be painted and cooperation oi'
lem Tuesday afternoon with P o r t Teacher circle held at the school
the part of all residents is requester,
who allow their sons to carry guns
land matrons and patrons of the -auditorium* Tuesday, March 15.
to make the station clean and at
for “target practice” should ascertain
Eastern Star as the guests of the
what is a “target.”
At a meeting of the Kilpatrick-Col
tins community club held Friday eve
At the meeting W ednesday night, a
A “ Miscellaneous Sale” was held at ning, it was voted to discontinue the
j committee of K. Fiske, J. V. Patten.
the home of Mrs. E. 1. 'I haycr on use of Knox hall for meetings of th<
K. P. Marshall and representatives oi
Tuesday afternoon for the benefit club and arrangements will be made
| the Junion auxiliary was apponited
of the Maplewood P. T. A. Mrs. B. by the board of directors for the use
i lor the revision of the constitution
J. Kinkle dressed as an Indian and of the Collins-View school auditorium
: and by-laws of the Junior auxiliary.
Mrs. L. Purser as a gypsy, acted as or private h^tne for the meeting to
peddlers and sold their wares in r a th be held in April.
Mr. ar.d Mrs. H. E. Cleaves are en
er an unique way. Fifteen dollars
tertainiug as house guest, Mrs. Ida J.
was turned over to the P. T. A.
Planning Cleaves, who has returned from a
Services for adults will be held at Portland
I lainty refreshments were served late
several weeks’ visit in Tacoma, W ash ,
the Collins-View school folldwing the
in the afternoon.
| where she was the guest of Mr. and
Sunday school classes, at 11 o’clock,
If Asked to Do So.
! Mrs. E. L. Shipman.
under the auspices of members of the
Mr. ami Mrs. J. E. Ihom pson an<l j North Pacific Evangelistic Institute,
family from Centralia were visitors
thc race to thc Holy I.and “The
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis P a r k e r ami
The Multnomah Community Coun
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. (gleaners" and “Boosters” classes are
daughter, Louise, have come in from
cil met at the school house Monday
their ranch in 1’arkdale, and expect
hi the lead. Officers for the “W in
evening Mr. Ehle gave a report of
to spend several months at their
One” class were elected as follows
his interview with Mr. McClure, sec
IN C R E A SED
I home in Capitol Hill.
I at a class party held at thc home of
retary of the City Planning commis
Miss Gladys Watson, teacher, S a tu r
who said that the commission
day afternoon: president, Georgia
The Carson Heights Women Chris
be glad to name all streets in
Through thc agency of the Ladies’ H a rtm a n ; vice-president, Mabel Sim ;
tian Temperance Union is having a
Multnomah and number all houses in
Aid, the attendance of the M etho secretary and
| drive for membership and Mrs. D ex
systematic manner if they are pe-1
dist church was very noticably in Kirker. Music and games were e n
ter Mcllroy has been appointed chair
titioned to do so by the surrounding j
creased last Sunday at the moining joyed with refreshments.
communities. T he petition is now be
ing circulated among representative
' The official board of the church
A dance will be given by the
bodies for signers.
lias taken formal action inviting va
club Saturday evening.
The secretary was instructed to
rious organizations of the church tr
March 19, at the club house. C haper
send a letter to the sheriff asking
assume responsibility for attendance
ons, good music and refreshments.
that Multnomah a n d vicinity get re-,
on succeeding Sabbaths.
lief from the motorcycle nuisance.
Next Sunday, March 20, is in
T in y ” Harrison and his convicts
A communication from citizens of
charge of the leagues. T hc Juniors
Men’s Bible Class Holds
feel reasonably assured that they can as *l*ey style themselves, contributed Multnomah relating to improving our
Reports $1,116,000 Loss
An Interesting Meeting
. N E V E R Y farm th e r e it m a
W a s h in g to n .—W hile the r a ilro a d s
secure an attendance of 100. They several numbers at thc movie at the community were turned over to spe-
c h in e r y , i m p l e m e n t s s t o c k
th r o u g h o u t the I 'u lt e d S ta te s lire i n
will sing a processional at thc open gym T hursday evening. They were cial groups for immediate action,
o r o th e r th in g s th a t a re
Joying th e ir g r e a te s t period o f p r o s
mg of thc service proceeding thc e n
n o t b e in g u s e d a n d s h o u l d be
T h e Men’s liib'e class held theii perity, th e only governm ent-ow ned
be tu r n e d into m o n ey to be used
trance of the choir. T he subject of of five pieces and incidentally “T iny”
monthly business meeting Monday line— th e A lask an ra ilro a d —s u s ta in e d
for o th e r purposes.
the sermon will be "Some of the weighs 240. They were costumed as
night at the Community church. A a loss of $1,116.000 for the y e a r. Its
(ireat Promises of God to Man.” convicts.
In e v e r y h o m e t h e r e is f u r n i
I-. Speakman is p re sid e n t: W. B g en e ral m a n a g e r re p o r te d to th e sec
Two special pieces of music arc al-
tu r e , t r u n k s a n d o t h e r a r t ic l e s ,
| I.acy, secretary; Seth Leavens, teach r e ta r y o f th e In te r io r recently.
vvav, rendered by the choir. Service-
t h a t m i g h t a ls o b e sold.
The high school play “Plain P e o
R e v en u e s of th e road Increased hy
er. T he speaker of the evening was
m o n e y c o u ld b e p u t to u se, o r
close just at the noon hour.
ple," drew a capacity house and each
in a b a n k to d r a w i n t e r e s t . W h y
Mrs. Ira W est from Clatskanine, ! Edward L. ( lark, director of the O re ing expe nse s w ere cut *208,000.
The Sunday school attendance ri- and every part was well sustained,
gon Institute of Technology at the Y. .\1.
n o t sell su c h t h i n g s n o w ?
cently reached the high mark of .9.1 i ....
Ihe leading lady was Delmcr Snyder
| ( V Plans were discussed for build
and p u r c h a s e of m odern e q u ip m e n t
Dn Wednesday, March JO, at 7 :J0 0 f Mnlloy, who seemed to possess real s l s t u > 1 s- A* K allm
O r , p e r h a p s , y ou h a v e c h i c k
ing up clastic sand week-day religious call for an e x p e n d itu r e of a p p r o x i
e n s, egg s, p la n t s , o r seed , o r
1 m the pastor will give a special u jciit for drama.
s e r v ic e o f s o m e k in d t h a t y o u
m a te ly $12,000,000 d u rin g the n ex t ftvv
Mrs. I.. A. Mathisen is spending instruction.
lecture on the theme, “T he W onder
Dr. Ira Mannville sang a solo. The years.
w a n t to fin d b u y e r s for.
some time m Corbett.
and Mystery of the G reat Pyramid
male quartet, consisting of Messrs
Wilson Rogers, formerly of Tuala-
o f Egypt.”
E N T E R P R IS E W A N T ADS
tin, now manager of Ihe Sovereign
T he Hillsdale Parent-T eacher asso Lincoln, Dunn, Mannville anil Smal
I Hotel grill, was heard in vocal solos ciation will have a food sale on April sang several songs. A fte r the pro
H ig h O(Tices; N o S alaries
W IL L H E L P YOU
Large Crowd Witnesses
Wednesday evening during the Wind 2 at J. I . Nelson’s store, near Bertha gram the men enjoyed a social titm
Many high offices in England are
F IN D B U Y E R S
and refreshments were served.
filled by men who receive no salaries,
Orenomah Inspection ,;Mnn,er* >‘ro«ram ovcr KTBK*
among which Is that of the prime min
E v e r y w e e k t h e s e little sales*
ister. The prime minister, however,
m e n a r e sellin g g o o d s a n d s e r
vices f o r y o u r n e i g h b o r s , a n d a t
Mrs. W inifred Dyer, Grand o rga n ill and has been a patient at a Port- about .HI friends Saturday- evening Will Attend Convention
as first lord of the treasury, which
a v e r y low c o s t — 10c a lin e t h e
| Dancing and refreshments were en
In Washington, D. C. i lias a salary of $25,000 a year. Ju s
ist and deputy for thc W orthy Grand lami sanitarium.
fi r s t w e e k , a n d Sc » line a f t e r
Matron, made a visit of inspection to
tices of the peace, guardians of the
Multnomah, Or. »•or and district councillors give their
Orenomah Chapter, No. 141, O. 1
Mrs. Jo h n Boone, who died in
Look around now and have
t has. W ishcrt, of Maplewod, ha- services free. The lord mayor of Lon
The Hillsdale Parent-T eachers will
S , at Multnomah Monday evening Portland, March 9, at the age oi
y o u r w a n t ad in t h e n e x t is sue.
at their stated meeting.
Lena l t*4, was buried Sunday in the Wi-
P h o n e it in if y o u w ish .
'•50,000 a year, cannot hope to *>sonpe
represent the Presbytery at W ashing
Mendenhall. grand lecturer and P. G nona cemetery at Tualatin. The serv- , March 18th.
ton, D. C., the last week in May
M , and Nellie McKinley, Grand Sec- ices were conducted at the M. E
Mrs. 1-red Hall has been appointed Mrs. W ishcrt will accompany him .e a r in the fulfillment of Ids office, so
retary, were also present and sat in community church, with Rev. Cross
BEA V ERTON E N T E R P R IS E
the E a s t Ih e degrees of the order and Rev Blake officiating. Her only to attend the P arent-T eachers con and they will visit friends and re la :o hold the office.
were conferred upon Mr. and Mrs daughter, Mrs. L has. Sagcrt is here
Ace I. Adamson A floral degree was | from San Jose, C al She was a
Mr. and Mrs. E arnest Swayze have
conferred upon Mrs Dyer by the pioneer of this section and was the
T he Outside Public judges a Corn V W AVAW AVAimvyWWAV.VAV.WVWWAW.V.V.VA a
W o rth y Matron, Annie R. Claghorn. , wife of John Boone, «laughter of returned home from a visu tu A s
by the liberality with which \
the conductress and the star points Carolyn Smith, sister of Mrs. Lizzie
it subscribes for and advertises in it.-
words of commendation vvci.t *|mk Robinson and Ambrose Smith, all of
cn by the visiting grand officers Tualatin. T he funeral was very large
Mrs. Burger is entertaining the local paper. You have no excuse *
Many out of town and Portland vis and fkiral offerings many.
Parent-T eachers with a card party that will stand the test of good busi
ness ju d g m e n t
itors were present At the ckise of
March 25. Everybody welcome.
New plastered four-room house, electricity, wa- ¡J
the meeting refreshments were serv
ter and $jas in the house. On two acres, one mile ■*
John Wesch, who recently bought
cd in the dining room and a special
Mrs. R. C. Thompson entertained
five acres ot laud near the highway
mile south of St. M arys, on i
table was reserved for the member*,
the Hill>«lale Community club at her Postoffice Clerks Know
I; west of Beaverton,
bey«»nd the Boberg place, has traded
having birthdays in March, the com
home W ednesday evening Five him
Where to Find Multnomah Ï; rocked road, will he sold at auction March 26th, ^
miltee in charge being Anise New it for a lot in Hollywood, Cal.
dred was played. Mrs. Beardsley and
1627. at 2 o’clock P. M. RAIN OR S H IN E . Term s J
«11, chairman, Louise N o a k e \ lsabr'
Mr. Mathisen woa th« hi'iiors.
Mr. and Mrs. W alter Dickinson, j
Netherton, Josephine Nelson, Viola
Mrs. 1- Scovell of Mutlnomah, r e
Nelson. I harlotte Kcllington, Evelyn Mr. and Mrs E. A Blank an<l J. L
Mr. Dunn has been appointc«l to ceived a letter fr«»m a friend in M an
Byrom were guests last Sunday at
l arlqinst, H erbert Pen son.
10<~c cash on the day of sale, 15 % when the deed >
represent Hillsdale at thc Multnomah illa last week. It was addressed to
the home of Dr. and Mrs. Win.
and Abstract is complete. Balance to suit pur- •"
her at “ Multnomah." The clerks in
M » BE NUMBERED
the postoffice c\i«lcntlv have heard
Mr. and Mrs. H Mtinkers spent considerable about that thriving town.
Frncst Hcimhach was home from
Miss Klla Kelly has bought the hi* school at Klabcr, W ash , over thc the week cn«l with Mrs. M u n k c rs more so than the Oregon Klectric
mother, Mrs. N. A. Nelson.
beautiful new h«>ntc on Spring Gar week end.
or A A A. i s s o c i i : : ; -
den street which was budt by Mr.
Several of the young people from
Mrs Allan Dickinson of Oswego,
attended the St Patrick’s
N O T I C E —T h e E n t e r p r i s e will
was .» Kiiixj of Mrs. W alter Dickin-
a p p r e c i a t e it if t n o s e h a v in g
i t e m s f o r p u b li c a ti o n
will k i n d
Mr Dickinson f«jr «linner in the eve
ly p r e s e n t t h e m n o t la t e r t h a n
T he pupils of the Collins-View ning.
T u e sd a y e v e n in g .
■chool are taking special lessons in
spelling preparing for the Oreg«>nian
Mr ami Mrs. W K Havvxhurst
spelling contest. T he school nurse via- spent Sunday at llootl River with Mr
Maybelle Atw<K.»l presented her
ited the school Wednesday morning an«l Mrs. J. W. Forney.
piano students in recital, ensemble W Y .’.V A Y .’.V .V .V .V .V .V .- .V .
and iodine tablets were given out
program, at Sherman Clay hall, S un
W. I. NOYES
A current events class has been cs
day, March 1.1, at 4 o’clock The
P L U M B IN G and H E A T IN C
lablishrd in thc 8th grade, topics be
prv'giAtn included selections by thc
Always on the job
ing brought up for discussion once
M U L T N O M A H SCHOOL NOTES. rhythm orchestra. Ruth Bradley chose
Phone Tigard 552 or Beaverton
week by each pupil
three groups to participate in her
recital to be held March 20, at the
B e a v e rto n , O re g o n
\ rrnona Holland and Matic Brady
Mrs. Poole of the third grade i* W om en's club building Mrs Atwood
V .\Y iS W A Y ,V .V . .
Don’t Miss This Opportunity of Buying Real Es- >
tate at Your Own Price.
E. E. SWENSON
REAL ESTATE AUCTIONEER.
A u t h o r iz e d
d e a le r
M ONTAG FU R N A C E S
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