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FOR A GREATER EASTERN WASHINGTON COUNTY
BEAVERTON, OREGON. THURSDAY, MARCH 31. 1927.
SENIOR GUESS FU T
, , , AUGUST ROSSI POSSES I
APRIL 7 AND B A *a“ - ph,h" "
AWAY MARCH 24
on Treasure N ight
Laura Smith, Marion Murk, Editors
“All of » Sudden Peggy”
Will Be Given at School
Thursday was treasure night and |
a big crowd was on hand to see the
good program and try out for the A Large And Enthusiastic
prizes. Carl Wildman won the beau
Crowd Gather at The
tiful Drapar shawl. There were 10
Tuesday night was country store
night and the theater was packed 34 TRYING FOR PLACES
again. In the athletic contest, hori
zontal bar, there were ten contest
ants. Mr. Meyer won, with a score M r, S tilc i D o m i t i U se o f T h e a te r
of 18 with Baltv Barn second with
F o r Big B e n e fit Show
A pril 6.
The feature present of the night
was a beautiful floral lamp which
A large and enthusiastic crowd of
was won by Jack Raynard of the
baseball fans gathered at the Beaver
Oregon Telephone company.
Next Thursday there will be a fine theater Sunday afternoon and organ
array of prizes, beautiful shawls, two; ized a baseball team. Red Wildman
carving sets, toilet
sets, of the 20th Century store, was elect
vases, leather carryalls, etc.
Mr. Stiles donated the use of the
On Tuesday night another floor
lamp will be given away. The big theater for a big benefit show to be
feature will be a rematch between given April 0 for the benefit of the
Adams and Pete Olson team so that they can buy equip
Two weeks ago they had a match on ment. The price of admission will be
the muscle exercises, Olson won, 50c Let everyone come out and help
the boys. Baseball is a good clean
largest majority thought
Adams won, so they are going to sport and also helps advertise the
town when they have competitive
have another match Tuesday.
The show on April 6 will be a
Family Reunion Held
humdinger and will feature boxing,
At Ray Miller Home wrestling, athletic« contests and a
complete picture show, at only 50c.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller enter
Thirty-four players will try for
tained recently with a dinner for a places on the team. .Practice w m
family reunion, the following guests commence soon.
being present: Mrs. Miller’s parents,' Sunnysidc Up” with Vera Reyn
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Niquist and sister olds, Wampas star of 1926, in the
and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. lead, will be shown April 6, only
Lawrence Zehring of Portland, and one show 8 p. m. It is a wonderful
another sister and brother-in-law, Dr. story dealing with a girl working in
and Mrs. M. C. Selt, who have been a pickle factory who wins fame on
visiting here front Lakes iew, Or., and the stage.
■Mr. Miller’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Miller.
Mr. and Xfrs. Howard Phillips,
Mr. and Mrs. Miller also entertain Vancouver, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs.
ed at dinner Friday night for Mrs. J. W Feathers, and Mr». Van Aer
George itftclcr, Portland, previous to nam, Multnomah station, were Sun
her leaving for Salt Lake City, and day guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. C.
Mrs. B. B. Bassett, Portland.
The lecture by Dr. \Vm. Levin of W a g B o r n
F o r n a c e <Je
the Oregon State Board of Health
on diphtheria attracted a good deal
Ua r g a , luscany, I taly
of interest in Beaverton and this
week cards were sent out by the
_ _ _
GLEE CLUB W ILL SING
: asking if they desired that their CAME
HERE IN 1884
children be given antitoxin.
The serum will be giver, by the lo- j
M anual T ra in in g E x h ib it W ill B e
! cal physicians, Drs. Welsh and Ma-j F u n era l W a * O ne o f T h e L a rg e st
Held in th e G ym nasium — E v ery
Held in the C ity — Buried at
j son and the cost is a very nominal;
O n e Shou ld S e e T h is.
P a tto n C em etery .
■ one, 50c to each child. Fifty children '
will be given antitoxin this week.
‘‘All of a Sudden I’eggy,” a three
Tuesday afternoon the girls’ sew-j
August Rossi, aged 56, passed away
act play by Ernest Denny, is to be ing club, of which Mrs. Poulson is
A U G U S T R O S S I.
24 at his home in Beaverton. 1
presented by the senior class of leader, had a wienie roast after the
Beaverton high school oil April 7 and club meeting.
| year and about a week before his
The Swastica Sewing club held dea(h had an attack o f acute ¡„diges-
The setting for the play is in Eng the.r regular meeting Tuesday after , ion
|hat WCakened hi. heart. He
land, and plot centers around Peggy school at the home of their teacher, had bei.n caUcd to po n land on jury
O’Mara, a lively young Irish girl Miss Merle Davies. A taffy pull was duty and WM returnmg home wher,
who creates considerable havoc in the enjoved.
suddenly became ill. He drove
home of Lord Crackenthorpe. Lady
A volley ball court was laid
out his car off the road into the ditch
Crackenhtorpe, her brother, Major at the school grounds last week.
His son Albert came by in a truck
Phipps, and her daughter, Millicent,
The grade school operetta was es- and seeing him sitting there, brought J ^ u s j |Je R e t u r n e d t o A s s e s -
try to avert the disaster of the en
pecially well played, the costume» him home. He became better but was
W ith in 20 d a y s A fte r
gagement of Peggy and Lord Crack
were very pretty and children were: ill again and pasted away at 10 p. in.
enthorpe by persuading a young bro well trained. Following is the pro-
Mr. Rossi was born in Fornace do
L Y ellV ery t o 1 a x r a y e r
ther, Jimmy, to direct attention« of ¡gram ;
j Barga, Tuscany, Italy, and came to
Peggy towards himself. This he does,
Selections........ High School Orchestra this country with his parents in 1884.
and falls very much in love with
He dedicated free right of way thru FAVORS BIG BUSINESS
this Irish lass; meanwhile, Mrs.
his farm to the Oregon Electric be-
O’Mara, Peggy’s most interesting mo
TH E POSEY BED”
I cause he thl)Ught it would help build
j a town. He was very generous in all Inventories W e re T a k e n Ja n u a ry l i t .
Crackenthorpe and the situation be ' King...........~.................. Harold Peterson subscriptions to charity at all times
S o F irm s M ust C h eck up to
comes more complex for the family 0 ucen................ - ...............Ruth Raynarc. and ,bd everything in his power to
M arch 1st.
than ever. However they are forced Daffodil Lady.....Donna Rao Howard he|,( lhe community. He served as
to make the best of it and all ends Poppy Lady..................Helen Cavaness councilman for seven years continu-
The blanks providing for assess-
1 Gardeners. Lourain Doty Rhoda Thyng 0usly. Only recently he commenced
of taxable property under the
CAST OF c h a r a c t e r s :
Daisies, Buttercups, Violets, Pansies, buihling; His dream was to see t h e !nrw laws passed by the legislature
Peggy O’Mara....Gladys Shellenberger
Crocuses, Butterflies, Dandelions, widening of the Canyon road and the 'bis year, were distributed last week
Sunflowers, Sweet Peas, Brownies, br;dge built over the Wilson river, as an<l have raised a storm of protest
Lady Crackenthorpe........ Helen Stiles
I Pages, Heralds.
j|t would help Beaverton. His widow, fro" ' merchant». The blank provides
Mrs. Colquhoun............ Myrtle Johnson
Accompanist.......Mrs. Leonore Poulson Hattie
and children Elva, Frank, *"r an adjustment of inventory to
Millicent Keppel.......Martha Woodruff
Recitation.— .... - .............Norma Brown Kaynmnd and Albert survive. Funeral M «ch 1 when most merchants take
Jimmy Keppel................ Robert Wood
arrangements were under the super
anmial inventory January 1. I liis
Anthony, Lord Crackenthorpe ....
involve a tedious checking and a
’’TH E KING OF THE LAND
............................. Raymond Harrison
held at the house at 9 a. m. by the certain amount of guessing. Two sets
Major Archie Phipps..John Livermore
B. P. O. E. and at 10 services were of records will have to be kept one
Jack Xlenzies....... .... .... Eugene Bishop
held in the Catholic church, Father for assessment blanks, March 1 to
Boyd Sprague I King...............................Warde Shannon
The pallbearers Feb 28 and the federal and state
Parker.................................. Homer Alleq The Sandman............ Billy Underwood | O'Neil officiating.
. . , . .. „
( were James Lewis, Joseph Lcibrick, income tax from Jan. 1 to Decem-
A manual training exhibit will be Jack of Dreams...........
Lisle VValkcr j amcs He.inehan, Francis Leis, J. W. »>er, 31, involving expense, to which
held in the gymnasium to which ev
ream Goblin.... ............ Herbert X ason Kaymond Interment was in Pattern the small merchant may mean that h
eryone is invited. Come and see be w tat.n J rT C...................MCbCrt ,'Vl S° " cemetery at Raleigh
pay any feiler.-,
Mrs. Orton McLeod has becn on the first four grades of the Raleigh
fore leaving the building. One hun My Lady rortune.........Noma Browne
sick list for several days.
school the coming year.
dred articles will be on display. The
Criticism made this week was
manual training clas sis comprised Goblin Can and Must-Frank ZimbriA character and his word was as good aimed at the short time allowed foi
W. A. Smith is building a poref
Mrs. Van Stephout is visiting her
of 48 boys under the leadership of , Queen of the Dolls.........Mary Merritt as hls « « " « » « ■ H/ wa. always return of report, 20 days, and the
the Halley house.
Mr. West, and have some beautiful The Dream Princess-Dctrothy Lewis wo[ kln« o r ,he.11«°odi «f LBeaverton confidential disclosure of business parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Bach.
articles for exhibition. The boys have
records that would be accessible for
Miss Frances Esterlcy, Portland,
Mr. Spencer of Vancouver, B. C.,
worked hard and deserve encourage Pages....Fred and Rudolph Schulpbach lnc community.
dotnpetitors at any time.
visited his brother, Leslie Spencer, visited at the home of her mother,
It is understood that a suit to test last week.
Grand Officers Visit
The Boys’ Glee club is composed of
the constitutionality of the measure is
Beaverton O. E. S. threatened.
first tenor, Victor Johnson, Lester Accompanists............... — Mrs. Poulson,
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Chinn ant
Miss Barbara Cady of Portland, at
Gray, Robert Haines; second tenor,
children were guests Sunday of th<
tended the grade school operetta last A. C. Chinn home.
Byron Nichols, Lloyd Yaun, Frank Trumpet Solo—Fantasie—Tramp,
The annual inspection was held
B u rn ; first bass, Herbert Keehn,
Tramp, Tramp. Mrs. Edwin Wetmore Wednesday at Beaver Chapter, No
Donald Jackson, Milton Bonney; sec
Both Schools For 1927-28
Mrs. Poulson at the piano.
1«>. O. E. S., in the lodge rooms
Saturday, Xfr. and Mrs. F. L. Scha
ond bass, Ray Christensen, Charles Shadow Play_
A baby boy was born last Thurs fer, Portland, were dinner guests at
by Miss Alice Davies, grand Electa,
Handel, Ray Harrison, Charles Chris
day, March 24, to Mr. and Mrs. j the Miller home in Lombard street.
1 who is the official deputy for the
At a meeting of the school board
“TH E MODERN AND M EDIEVAL
I worthy grand matron.
this week all the teachers were re
The play will be managed by the
Mrs. Mary Schicwe, Woodland,
elected. Several teachers have since
l Rankin was present beside a number
wH1 bc f.lleH j Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Bader, of j Wash., spent Thursday to Saturday
following; stage, Miss Clary, Mr.
Poulson, Paul Worth, Herbert Keehn, Mary Jane.--------------- Dorothy Harris of visiting matrons and patrons of later. Miss Mill of the high school Garden Home, arc the proud parents1 with her sister, Mrs. E. A. Morgan.
Mary Jane’s Father.......Marion Murk Portland. Mrs. Huntley conferred the fn
Alden Barrow, Charles Brandel.
„ , _
. . . . .
i torcc will not return, noi Mrs Bro- of a baby girl born March 23 at St.
takcn taken Mrs. Vincent’s hospital.
I). M. Tatoir. North Platte, Neb.,
Leona Benjamin........... ........ Verl Emmons floral degr«* on Jessie Daniels an J )derson Nliss (ook has has
Lord Mortimer— ....Eugene Lawrence Mrs. Mabel Erickson.
arrived Saturday for an extended vis
Murray, Ruth Maurer.
Broderson’s place. She will bc the
' Reader______ ___________ Fern Chinn |
Miss Merza Halsten, student a t 1 it with his daughter, Xfrs. F. G.
girls coach and teach English. She
T o n sils Rem oved.
Contes from Hillsboro and was coach the State Normal school, Monmouth, Millet.
Webb, Ruthellyn Hawley, Lawrence
Miss Grace Tigard, of Tigard, a c -; ¡n tbe school at that city,
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
“FLORINDA OR TH E ROSE
Tom Fitzgerald, Portland, was here
companicd by her parents, Mr. and
Kra(,c schooK Mrs. Din- Halsten, over the week-end.
AND PEA RL”
visiting Sunday and Monday. Mr.
Xfrs. C. F. Tigard, drove to Beaver-
Poulson, Mrs. Metzler.
widdie and Mrs. Martin have resign-
Fitzgerald is a former resident of
ton Wednesday and Dr. Mason re
.Miss Eva F.xstrom, student at the
Muriel Florinda.......... .................. Thelma Tcfft moved her tonsils. She is getting e,l a,,d their successors will be an-
O. A. C., spent the spring vacation
Taylor, Ruth Maurer, Dorothy Ran Yoringal, her brother....Wilber Yeager along nicely.
with h<r parents, Mr. and Xfrs. H.
Kortunia, Queen of Fairies..Mary Nott
Xfr. and Xfrs. Trigg Panzer, Pot
Exstrom on the Canyon road.
Program—Mrs. Robertson, Muriel
land, were guests of the M. H. Wilt
Taylor, Florence Brown.
home Saturday. Mrs. Panzer is Mi
____Miss Lena Crump
Xliss Noreen Nelson, who is teach Wilter's daughter.
ing at Heppner, Or., is enjoying a
Ushers—Henrietta Gerrow, Clarice
short vacation at home. The Heppner
Mr. and XIrs. Henry Kern and the
Law, Hanna Young, Anna Young, Oregon State Christian
schools are- closed for a short time Xlisses Pauline and Killa Leel and
Violet Taylor, Daisy Taylor.
because of contagious diseases.
John Forbes, Portland, were guests
Clean up—New members of the
of the Laswell home Saturday and
order of the B=-Kenneth Peterson,
Advance registrations and general
Mrs. Susan Clement and daughter, Sunday.
Adolph Kiowski, Eugene Bishop.
interest indicate that the State Chris
Miss Alice Clement, who is head of
Business managers—Class officers, tian Endeavor convention to be held
Xlrs. A. C. Chinn entertained Wed
the Conservatory of Xfusic, at Linn-
Homer Allay, Florence Brown, Myrtle in Oregon City, April 21, 24 will be
field College, McXIinnville, spent the nesday for members of her sewing
one of the best in the organization's
last week at their home here, it be club including Mrs. Robert Chamber
Prompters—Muriel Taylor, Ruthel history.
lain, Mrs. Charles Haines and Xfrs.
ing spring vacation at the college.
Oregon City business men and the
R. L. Doolittle.
Xfr. and XIrs. G. F. Fordney, Mr.
churches of the city are giving the
Xfr. and Mrs. Francis W. Liver
and XIrs. W L. Cady and Xfr. and
convention their hearty support, and
Jr., and baby,* Miss Lillian
Miss Verna Gaskill, John and Xlyr- preparations to entertain it are being
John Livermore were week
>n Gray, Leland Shaw and Ernest
made by a committee there of which
Congregational end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Masters returned Sunday to their
Syverson at Longview, Wash.
church, Portland, Sunday.
studies at University of Oregon fol- Rev. XL XL Stocker, pastor of the
First Congregational church, is chair
owing the spring vacation.
Miss Rhoda Shellenberger, who is
N O T IC E — T h e E n te rp rise will
teaching the Kansas City district
Registered delegates will receive
ap p reciate it if thoee h arin g
school near Forest Grove, spent the
If you don’t get your paper.
item s fo r publication will kind
badge and program and free lodging
he iuro and n otify us St one«.
week-end with her parents, Mr. and
ly presen t them not la te r than
and breakfasts, on the Harvard plan
XIrs. L D. Shellenberger. Miss Shel
fo r it.
/ of entertainment
STORM OF PROTEST