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The B E A V E R T O N E N T E R P R IS E ««.
Friends of F. S. Kelly, mail c a r
Published Thursday of each week by
or route four, who has been ill
P I O N E E R P U B L IS H IN G CO.
for a number of weeks, are glad to
see hnn afc>le to b e ' around again.
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ciation and O regon State Edi
The Ladies’ Aid of the Bethel
Congregational chuich have purchas-
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Subscription price $1.00 a year. Ad- are making them this week A silver
tea will be given by the ladies T h u rs
vertising rate on application.
day afternoon at the church.
Items for publication can be
our office in H anna bldg.
Thursday, March 24, 1927.
E N T E R P R IS E
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M ULTNOM AH
E. S. attended the matrons and p a t
ron's meeting at M artha W ashington
chapter »n Portland Sunday.
Used Car Values
Nick Cullis spent last week at
llwaco, \V ash, and visited his daugh-
Mrs. R. L. Doolittle entertained
I ter, Mrs. R. B. ia y lo r and family
her sewing club W ednesday a fte r
and saw little Miss Suzzanne, who
noon at her home in Allen avenue.
arrived last week.
Those present were
Chamberlin. Mrs. Charles H aines and
Mrs. Jaca B. Willoughby, who has
Mrs. A. C. Chinn.
been spending the winter with her
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hess and daugh-
ter Betty, Portland, spent Sunday
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
> ster* W r*- belle ,)onoho- "> E ' c r - ‘
<;lt> Wash., has returned and taken
a flat m Portland. She was visiting
jrienüs m Multnomah last Monday.
Chev. Coupe, new tires .............................-..$550
Chev. Roadster .............................. »............. 350
Chev. Sport touring .................. -............... 285
Chev. touring ................ -....... -................... 200
Chev. 4-passenger coupe ................. - .....— 300
Chev. Sedan .... ....:-- ------------------ --- — 325
Ford Coupe, balloon tires and lots of
extras ................................... -------------
1925 Ford Coupe, balloon Tires and extras ..
1924 Ford Coupe, Ruckstell Axle, shock
absorbers, good tires and extras ...... .
1923 Ford Coupe, good rubber and extras..... 195
1924 Ford Sedan .........................................
1924 Ford sedan -.............
1924 Ford sedan ................................................. 185
1920 Ford Roadster ............................................ 85
Maxwell touring .... .............................................. 210
Reo Touring ...
2 1921 Fords
The small children of Geo. Mos-
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. McCormick
Mrs. Thom as Jacobs left Saturday
hofski have scarlet fever but are get-
entertained with four tables of bridge
7503 : tinti along nicely.
tin Saturday. T he guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Earl Bullock, Mr. and Mrs.
The grade schooi students will pre
H. H. JEFFRIES. . Business Manager
Mr. and Mrs. J A. A ndeison and H U Urookhardt, Mr. and Mrs. W
and M rs- C. A. Lay-
S. M. B R O W N — ........................ Editor sent three one-act operettas Friday Mrs. A nderson’s mother, Mrs. Ollie
night at the high school auditorium.
Riggs, spent the week-end in E u man, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Brooke,
gene. Mrs. Riggs remained to visit Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Whiteside, Earl
llyein and Miss Mary P. Billmeycr.
Paul F. Hatch is building a six- another daughter, Mrs. Ivy Yates
room stucco finish house on the
Mrs. Lester Rushlow, Hillsboro
Mix a little cooperation with un-
Mrs. Ida Hunt has returned home
highway next to the Dobbins home. spent W ednesday as a guest of Mrs.
selfishness, sweeten it with civic It will be patterned after the Dob- A. H. Spraner.
after being in the Hospital for some
pride, throw in a dash of common bins house.
sense, stir it with leadership, roll it
Mrs. G. Hurn, the new president
in persistency, flavor it with optim-
George Walrner is building a five- this district, is under quarantine at
his home in H uber for scarlet fever
*he E. O., of the Community
ism bake it with enthusiasm, and the room house in Beaverton. They inov-
Mrs. Smith, who is familiar with the church, entertained the officers T ues
result is CO M M U N IT Y S P IR IT . ed fro" ‘ Huber * fcw week* aK°-
paper route of 75 or 80 miles, is de day
New committtees were
Community spirit can make anything
Cecil Stevens is building a four-
happen within the realm of commun room house and garage on Fifth and
Mrs. Mabel Durant, of Garden
Mrs Janet Huntley «">« a guest
ity possibility. J t
is its own force Franklin street.
of her cousin, Miss Betty Sutherlin, Home is very
Once you get a fellow inoculated with
it, you have transformed a passive
j ) a(, ( '|a rg Df Hillsboro, has rented
Miss Maurice Lawrence is greatly
or potential liability into a civic as- a house in Aloha from C. J. Stick-
Mrs. C. E. Allen went to Albany improved.
Sunday, her mother, Mrs. M ary Lang,
Next Sunday morning there will . V . V . V . V . V . V . V . V . V . V . V . V . V . V . W . V . V . V . V . V . V . W . V . W
oi a community form as a compos
make an extended visit here.
be a church roll call at 11 a. nt. at
ite entity in terms of love and sacri-j
Mr. and Mrs. E rnest Loll and baby,
the Community church. T he Lord’s'
. to the
. community • in which
o , i they ' Portland, ; were Sunday
visitors at the
Miss La Merne Dean celebrated supper will be dispensed. T he pastoi
home of Mr. and Mrs. George 1 .
live, that we call community spirit n t.m| crson
her r ninth birthday Sunday and had un«l elders will, in the afternoon, >
as her dinner guest, Miss Thelma visit those who were unable to a t
Its right application will bring m a r
tend the services ami they can par-
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Schoenc e n te r
lake o£ the Lord’s supper.
tained the members of the Sorrents
E. L. Reynolds, of Los Angeles,
Bridge club Saturday evening at has rented apartm ents in the Hedge
B E A V E R T O N LOCALS.
The boys’ basketball team of the ]
their home, south of Beaverton. D e residence
church lost the last gain«*
licious refreshments were served and
Monday to the Young Men's divi
Mrs. A. E. Hanson entertained the a|| aiijOUrnc(| for the winter season,
T here were 21 tables of 500 played sion of Kenton church. T he score was
ladies of the Tuesday Bridge club Those prcgent werc Mr. arid Mrs. W.
at the card party and dance given 32 to 13.
this week at a 1 o'clock luncheon C. McKell, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Davis,
by the Rainbow Social club S a tu r
Those present were Mrs. Doy Gray, Mr. and Mrs. George P. Henderson,
day evening in the I. O. G. hall.
Mrs. J. W T B arncs, Mrs. W. C. Me- Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Woodruff, Mrs.
Mrs. Loomis’ class of the Coin-
Mrs. Lee Davis, Hillsboro, and H arry
Kell, Mrs. Eurinda Davis, Mrs. Leslie A. E. Hanson, and Clarence Carlson.
Nixon, Cedar Mills, received first munl,y church, held ,helr bi-monthly
It is growing—It is carrying more news than ever
Spencer, Mrs. J. E. Davis, Mrs. Iv Mrs. Woodruff and Mr. Henderson
prizes: Mrs. C. C. Beach and H. S. meeting Monday night at the home
W. Woodruff and Mrs. F. H. were awarded high honors.
before.—If you like it, a word to your friends will
Mrs. : of Mrs. B. Gaylord. T he lesson was
Schocne. Mrs. Schocne won honors.
Brock, Hillsboro, and S. A. Freder-
W hen You are lhrough
Pass This Paper to a Friend ;j
Get them interested in the
NEWSY HOME TOWN PAPER :!
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. G rant were icksen, consolation;
Mr. and Mrs. Guss Scholtz, form er
There were 285 present at the
ly of Montana have moved into the visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
meeting of the Commuity church
house owned by Mrs. F. W. Cady I l
The Rainbow Social club is a new Sunday school last Sunday.
at Fifth and Franklin streets.
ly organized club consist! ig of mem
E. W. Woodruff left Tuesday bers of the Beaverton Rebekah arXl
J - S. McDaniel returned home Fri-
Mrs. E. L. Metlen, Exeter, Cal., 1 rttorning on a business trip up the I. O. O. F. lodges and elected offi- day from Springfield, greatly ini-
lias been visiting Mrs. Guy Carr.
Willamette valley as far as Salem.
cers as fellows: Mrs. l.ettie Jenne, proved in health, since his recent
president; Mrs. O tto
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Swenson en-
Mrs. W. O. Roberts entertained
pertained Thursday evening in honor
Russell is remodeling the
»>f Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shannon, club Friday at her home in F r a n k ris were named as a committee to j,ouse vvhich he recently purchased
who recently have moved t.ere from lin avenue. Those enjoying her hos serve with the elected officers.
on Walnut avenue. Hardwood floors
Kuiton O thers invited were Mr. and pitality were Mrs. Elmer Stipe, Mrs.
are being laid, roof reshingled and a
Mrs. A. H. Spraner visited a couple
Doy Gray, Mrs. L. I). Shellcnberger,
Mrs. O tto Breiten.
" tiled bath room put in. W. Earl
Mis. H. L. Hudson, Mrs. 11 R. Nel of days with her daughtr and son-in Parker installed the bath room fix-
son, Mrs. W. O. Roberts, Mrs. Geo. law, Mr. and Mrs. Van Rodman, in tures. He also finished the plumbing
Mr. and Mrs. Willis L. l a d y have
Blosscr, Mrs. Robert Summers, Mrs. Portland.
| on the Eckert house on the Garden
moved into the home of Mr. l ady's
i J. E. Davis, Mrs. John Summers,
mother, Mrs. F. W. l a d y at Fifth
Byron Britch has returned to his
Mrs. E. C. Peck, Mrs. O tto E rick
ami Angel streets, and rented their
son and Mrs. W. H. Boyd. Mrs. Stipe home at Huber after spending the
home to Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Myers,
A letter has been received from
'w o n honors and Mrs. Davis, consola winter in the home of Mrs. M. K. Mrs. M. D. McCarl requesting the
who formerly lived in the Forney
paper to be mailed to her
new' a d
house in Broa»lway. Mrs. F, W. Ca«ly
dress at 402 Grand avenue, Oakland,
who has spent the win'*«- with her
Mr. and Mrs. C. F.. Allen and sons,
Mrs. J. C. Huntley and A. M.
daughter, Mrs. John Banus in P o r t
Homer and Verne, werc dinner guests
land, will return April 1 to make I te r . Jannsen, w orthy matron and worthy
of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. I anthers, in
home with her son Willis. Mr. ami patron of Beaver chapter, No. 100, O.
finished his Mth
Portland Saturday evening.
Mrs Joe Miii ss
have moved into
house here for P. W. Beasley. He is
the home vacated by Mi and Mr»
now working on two houses for
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Compton
Gcttrge Johnson at
and Miss Thelma Hurt, Portland,
were Sunday evening guests at the
Mr and Mrs Milton Metcalfe and
W. R. Van Klcek home.
baby »pent Sunday and Momlay with
Miss Gertrude H urn will entertain
Mr Metcalfe’s parents, Mr. and Mrs
J«>hn B. Hays spent Sunday with
. . .
the Intermediate Christian Endeavor
his «laughter, Mrs. Ross Rassmusscn
A. L. Metcalfe in Portland.
society at her home Friday night.
Agency for one of the ;; and family in Hillsboro.
It will be a costume affair. W ed-
la d ie s Aid «if Bethel i o n - ;; largest Life Insurance
nesdav was Patrick H enry s dav and
Miss Dorothy Brcamcr, Portland, the y«mng people will dress itt co-
gregational church -vill hold a silver
C ompanies in the world
was a dinner guest of the W. O lonial style and a mock “convention”
tea at the church Thursday a fte r
and can make farm ? ««'bens home Sunday,
will be held. Just 152 years ago
noon at 2 31!. A short program will
Patrick H enry said, "Is life so dear
loans—any amount—up < 1 Mrs. \ \ K. \ an Kleek anil «laugh- or
peace so sweet as to be purchased
to 10 years at 6%.
ter, Catherine, spent several days at the price «if chains or slavery?
with relatives in Portland last week. Forbid it. Almighty G«>d! I know not
Mr. and Mrs Louis Tapp, of Ab
i! FARM LOANS
erdeen, W ash
.are visiting Mrs
Mrs B. Ai|!erson.
R EA LTY COM PANY
C. E. H E D G E. Beaverton.
C. J. STICK N EY . Aloha.
spent the week-end with her «laugh-
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W .W AW .SVAV.SV.W .'
what course others may take; but
as for me, give me liberty or give
Miss W e n d y F. Butler, Correspondent
Vorn E. King spent the week end
At the meeting of Betsy Ross with the Beebe’s and returned lo
Troop, No. 18, on Friday, Miss Peudleton with his parents, Mr. and
Eleanor Marqwitz, the health n u rse , Mrs. J. E. King Sunday.
for Multnomah school, examined the
posture of the girls.
George Beebe of Centraba, is visit
ing his son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
daughter and Mrs. F. A. Beebe.
Mrs. G. J.
Rhoda Frances, of McMinnville, and
Mr. and Mrs. A. Heckler of Mult-
Miss Marian Swift, of Winlock,
Wash., spent the week end as house nomah, visited the Beebe’s Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Brook-
Mrs. A. Headly of F o rt Stevens,
and friends called on Beebe’s, whutt
was a pleasant surprise.
Ma„ 94 Y e a r S Old Will
Preach Sunday Morning
Mrs. J. I). Claghorn will entertain
Mrs. T h a y e r and Mrs. (ireer «it
“Daddy” Blake, who is 94 years T hursday with a luncheon to plan 1
old, will preach the anniversary ser- meeting, which is to be held April <1
1110,1 at ,he M- K church of Tuala- at Mrs- 1 D o o m ' s home,
,in at 11 a 1,1 March 27. A basket
Mrs. Julia Schm itt received the sad
' uncb W,N be enjoyed.
news of her nephew’s «leath, W alter
G. Reyburn of Kansas City, Alo.
From Effects of Collision
Mr. and Mrs. T h a y e r have moved
to their gray house on Garden Homo
J. L. Hornibrook, who received road.
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head injuries when a car ran into
his horse and buggy near the Lone
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Richvvold cn-
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Oak service station last week, is tertained last T hursday for Mr. an I
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feeling much better. T he horse was Mrs. S. H. Goddard ot Portland.
so severely injured tha t it had t o '
Mr. H odgson ami daughter visited
ihe Butler's Mondav.
Phone the news to your local
Mr. and Mrs. F. W . Kichwohl en
pap«1, first. Y ou are interested
Mrs. I hester Sharp Mon
your community—so are we.
Miss Mddrcil McLeod living wiih
with her sister, Mrs. Kssie Marsh at ¡ • ■ ■ ■ . V . V A V . W . V . V W . V A ' . V . W . V . ’ . W . V . V . V . V . V . V . V . V . V . ’ . V . V . V . V . V . V . V . - . - . V . V . V . - . V .
Lombard street and Canyon roa«t.
She is employed by the Puget S«>und
l>ow*“r co*11Pan y 1,1 HilUborOv
V Y .Y « S Y iS W S Y > S S S Y iV S % V S W W Y iW W Y iY i, iS a«% Y A Y «Y iSV % % with a
What Your Want Adv. W ill Cost
A boost is always appreciated.
IVirothy Dobbins entertained %
party at the home of h«‘r sj
on Beaverton-Bcrtha highway ¡J
Mr. and Mrs. R«»y ('lark have r e - !
turne«l to their home in Los Angeles
following a visit with relatives here
Not alone comfort
— but luxury!
makes stage travel as
pleasant as it is
Ab«'ut 15 members of the Beaver
ton lodge attended the all-«lay Re-
bekah convention in Gaston Saturday
Mrs. George Tefft spent week vis-'
• ting her «laughter in H ood River.
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Rev. ami Mrs. William Baird an«l
family. Rev. and Mrs. J. F. C un
ningham and baby were Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard
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