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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 27, 1916)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Blalock, brother-te-law of J. F.
a. paid Lente a visit Tuesday of
Cask Shoe Repairing
moved into the I
0009 92nd St. South of Stall
HEED POTATO!»— Burbank,
H. L. J ohnson, South Lents
Wagon Repairing and General
> âS ' t
Hatt Grecsstede, Foster Rond
WANTED—All kinds of
plowing, harrowing, excavating. Phone
Policeman Drapeau may be a capital
hand at catching land suckers but he
spent a day at Clear Oeek this week
and returned with one lonesome trout.
He hasn’t certified as to who caught
FIRST CLASS WORK
Hats, hats, bats.
Good styles and right prices.
The Herald is Only
Lents Millinery store, the place to
' buy your bats.
Mske over ■hop m
$1.00 Per Year
Mrs. A. J. Dunn of Sheridan is visit-
ing at the home of her daughter, Mrs E.
Brown, of Eighty-sixth street.
Four B<>y Scouts, Lewis Campbell,
For Sale—Cull potatoes, for feed or
Byron Et wood, Ralph Belmore and
H. L. Johnson,
Harold Boon, hiked to Mt. Talbert early
i South Lente Junction.
last Monday morning and ret'irmil
J. W. Stanton of Eugene, formerly
Mias Josephine Hunt of K listell,
living east of Lents, was a business
Mont , is making an extended visit with
visitor here on Tuesdsy.
relatives on the coast.
s‘>e is visiting Mrs. W. O. Boon, 6930-
FOR SALE or TRA DE—2 room house 46th avenue.
and lot for Team, Harness and Wagon,
Mra. Oliver H. Clarke has been ap
small difference in cash. Box 61 Lents, pointed organist at the Laurelwood M.
Oregon or call at 9016 65th Ave., Lenta. E. Church.
Washed Graded Gravel
82nd St. and 45th Ave,
Phone Tabor 2063
Theatre Tuewlay night was a big snccresi
both from a financial ami performing
•tand;>oint. and whats more tlx* show
plcA*>-d the packed house
"Brick" Homan, assisted by Billy
Jewell, opened the show with a goni
cometiy double that registered big
M iiw Helen Frummer, Portland's Popu
lar song bird, was second on the pro
Her fine rendering of "The
Last Rose of Rummer" was appreciated
Al Nori man, Blackface Monologist was
next and he got by all right; Billy
Jewell and Company then prraented a
splendid dram site interpretation
"The Face Upon the Floor.'*
Mr. Jewell showed that he was as
capable of handling dramatics as well as
be is comedies. Miss Ethel Bradley,
singing and dancing soubrrtte, scored
besvily and had three nocores and two
bows ip her favor and was finally forced
to make a speech before the audience
Would let her go
The featnre musical
act of the evening was Master Vera
Isom, boy violinist, reputed to be the
second best in the United Mates, ac
companied by Glen Shelly.
are only 15 years of age and their ptey
ing was a pleasing surprise to many
who bad never heard li>etn before.
is safe to say that in a very short time
these two boys will be playing in some
of the 1-rgest circuits in the eonntry.
The Rosebuds Ministrela closed the
show. The comedies were carried by
Billy Jewell, Godfred Unger, Jim Park
er, Al Nortman and Ernest Hallin. The
act was a snceeM and was a case of
"Always leave them laughing when you
say goodbye.” Billy Jewell, Portland's
popular comedian, h^d fnl) charge of the
vaudeville »how and if that was a sample
of his ability we would like to. see more
of him out here. The-» vss also a two
reel Christie Mathiewson baseball pic
ture and a two reel comedy.
Walter Boon of the O. A. 0. spent
WILL TRADE 3 to 5 acres with im
last week-end with his parents. Dr. and
provements in Hillsboro garden tracts,
Mrs. W. W. Boon at Kern Park.
Washington Co., for bouse and lot in
Mrs. W. D. Lockwood, 4504-fifith
Henry Jaeger, Lents Harness
entertained at a noon luncheon
Tueeday, April 26, in honor of Mrs.
W. 0. Boon’s birthday
People are taking great interest in the
Tueeday evening, April 18, the Arteta
new safety deposit boxes that have been
W. C. T. U. held a Hunday School
installed at the Multnomah State Bank.
Temperance Rally at the Millard Avenue
ANY KIND of Upholstering, guaran Sleethe, County President of the W. C.
teed good work. Henry Jaegar, Harness T. U., spoke on Signing the Pledge in
Shop, Foster Road, east of 9*Jd street.
Among the other keen
things which Mrs. Sleethe said waa that
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Reed of 94th street the W. C. T. U. women she knew would
celebrated their fifth wedding anniver as soon think of drinking liquid soap,
sary last Sunday evening by entertain flavored with quinine, and scented with
ing a large number of relatives and asafetiila as to drink anything alcoholic.
They were presented with a Two splendid go.<pel tolos were sung by
gifts to remember the Mr. J O Leake of the Sunnyside M E.
Mr. Neil Robertson gave a
It being Mrs. Merry’s
birthday anniversary and the twenty
Fred Katxky and wife are on the way
first annniversary of her membership
east, having left Sunday for New York.
In the W. C. T. U., the ladies presented
Boston, Washington, and other eastern
her with flowers and congratulations.
They will be gone about six
The roll of Hunday Schools included in
the rally was called.
Schoo s represented were the Millard
Presbyterian, Third Uni teil
Christian. Laurel wood M. E , Arleta
Mrs. R Tibbs Maxey, vice-
Under the auspices of the Federated
pr- indent of the Arleta Union, presided
We carry a Complete Line of Ptamk
in the al*ence of the president, Mrs. Young Peoples* Hocietiee of Lents there
lag Fixtures aad SwppHee
Mary Fishbum, wbo is convalescing, al will be a meeting in the interest of Good
Portland Hanatari urn, from a serious Citisenshlp. Prof. Whitney of Ockley
Phone Tabor 5542
Green school will epeak on the subject,
M. N. SADLER
Mr Wells Lovegrene left last week "Pre-Vocational Training or Industrial
Minneapolis, Minn, from which Education." The pasters are support
point he will start on a coneart tour ing this meeting, hence it is safe for «11
R.-n>etnber the time,
with other members of a musical quar others to attend
Wedneeday evening, May Id M S o'clock
Mt Seen, Leets aad Portland
Baggage and General Hauling,
Trunks 50c Each
Leave Baggage Check and Address
at Plummer Drug Store.
Third and Madison St.
Tin Shop in Lents
91 and Foster
STOVE and FUR
We make all kinds of chicken
supplies, champion Sanitary
Fountains, Grit and Shell
Boxes, Dry and Wet Mash
Hoppers and Troughs.
We will Make Aaythinf Tss
•f Shset Iteuri
Bring in Yoar^ Royeinog, No Job
Gardens, R ims
Wood, Goal aid
J. P. Finley & Son
Montgomery and Fifth Kt
One Place of Business Only
Phone Main 9
9326 FOXTEI ROAB
DO IT NOW !
The pastor of this church was
again as clerk of lbs Wlllauietle Baptite
A number ol
plans are nearly complete for what is Association at Ua tixtysialh annua)
Nuaday evening al the Millard Aveane states have Itanded themselves together
will be the greatest woman's «■salon held With the East Ride Baptist
Preebyterian Cbnroh special eervioes and will visit the wed for the purpose
Church tart week.
instructing the women ol the states ----- Portland
were held when the Hunday Hchooi of
where the ballot ha. b—> given W JJX for • » p. ... Aprii Mth. at had served throe times in I
rendered an Faster program.
KI aa I a^w
Am _ g* Hippodrome, (0*d
> The next meeting will be with
large and appreciative audience was in
aurolo« River Church.
attendance. Tbs chureh was packed to voting women le to inalruct the voting
L how to condoct thmnmlva.
The revival k rvicee conducted by Dy,
the utmost aad numbers were turned
W. O. Hhank reeuited in great good to
An offering was taken tor
the church. Two were baptised last
Foreign Missions. At the moraing ser need to be told by thb non
; the male addreea on "Ifo Q*y aad |te
vier a number al the uhildren of the Bun
Rav. Rumsaer le BU|»p week, sieves Sunday night and others
are approved for baptism.
day Bcbool united with the church. The common
of the Oregon Rpiacopal Dioorae, and
|*r» 1 wee forme riy chalrman of Chicago'« sides these were converted.
iadlre ol the Aid Society bare just given women with money to burn might
Tire Hunday Hctiooi contest resulted In
the church a thorough ctaaning.
The haps help their cause at home more if Vice Commission.
Dr. William House
the addition at a goodly number to the
walls were given a new echt of Kalso they came to the voting women to re ol Fortland will also «pak|.
Elsie Lewie ranked
mine and the platform an^ steps lead ceive instruction rather than to give In-
The meeting will be free to all lip
highest in Me number at pointe made,
ing thereto, covered
with a new nt^nctioo.
women wbo desire In come.
with Mrs. Nil ver aacouA
The next meeting of M l Scott Union
Kafety Dspoatt boxes may be secured
The paster will preach on Hunday
will be at the borne ol Mrs 1 M.
At a tininess meeting of the T. F. B.
at the Multnomah Mate Bank, greatly morning on the tople. 'Religion In All
C, E. of the Millard Avenue Presby
’ w_ >' an<j jB q ,, evening (in "God's
Mrs Dalyluah and Mrs. Himes will to the advantage of local patrons.^
terian Church held recently the follow-
in* named persons were selected to lead apeak and Mrs. Hogue will talk on
Master Earl Page, a Boy Hcout, and
the meetings during the coming month: Scientific Instruction.
ois brother, spent the Mth with their
May 7, Mr. J. H Meyer; May 14, Miss
uncle, W. W. McDowell, al A. 1.
Claire Burch ; May >1, Mrs. H. L. Nip
Advertised lettere for week anding
Htrickrotts, Happy Hollow.
ple; May SN, The Missionary Com land with hosannas, a bend of woman
April 22. 191*: Easton. Gladys; Ewing,
Mr. Freeburg returned Naturday even Mr«. F. H ; Hail, Mm A. W. ; Jacqu».
mittee, Miss Grace Spaulding, ehair from the Women's Christian Temper
President Charles Trunson re ance Union took some of the Chriat-Is- ing from his visit at the hospital very Henry; Milla, Ruth, Hchmlt. Emma;
Rinen apirit and Easter sunshine out to much improved but not yet able to get titration, Mrs FL'
cently placed in the church a bulletin
Butte to the fifty or more prison around
board for the use of the C. E. Society.
Geo W Hpring, Postmaster,
Each committee has space on the board er» confined there
Sheriff Hurlburt furnished antomo-
in which I« displayed the activities of
the respective departments of the so biles for the occasion and went him
■elf. Il was the firet time that Easter
is the round trip rate to Loa
was ever celebrated in that prison in
As the result of a great amount of
Angelea. Six months re
The music was of the
enthusiastic work, on Friday evening,
turn limit with Btopovera.
sort than inspired and made the hearers
April 2N, beginning promptly at eight
The spring is a delightful
better even though they were sinners
o'clock a program will be presented by
time to go.
against the human statutes.
the Millard Avenue Preebyterian Church
Hurlburt is now considering a plan to
School in the church lor the benefit of a
permit union service there by all
hymn book fund for the church schooL
churches that may deeire to join in tin*,
S A. Forney, groevryman at Whitman
work. Tl>e good women hare suggested
avenue and 72d street, has sold his
this move to him.
and M rs. Forney are
are at their bent.
planning to take a complete rent from
warm sunny days making
They may lake temporary
Rosebuds Get Benefit
bathing ideal. Choice of
lodgings in the neighborhood and "do"
The beoctit tor tin- Portland Rosebuds ,
Oregou in a touring car.
barn-ball team given at the Prinerew
Th« I^nrslwood M. E Sunday School
held ifo Easter tervire Ita) Soadky
mornin* M 10:30 o'dock.
HibteCtess, taagbt by Nil
Bau, had chacka ol the ro <
and abo did tike decorating-
dogwood brmgha Were oaa
Wail bonqnrts and braotiful Easter
lilies grac>d the ch ano I rbil.
freens lined the elmir loft io form ■
background for the little folks’ exerciseo.
Among the most plearing numhen was
tiw reading by little June Norris.
whois program was enjoyable and the
class was complimented <« its good
work. Dunog the ci<«it>g part of the
service a number of boys and girls and
other* were rec- ired into chnreb reia-
tioRsldp. Nunday ■ vening, J*.. Carlos
pr. ached a very earnest Easter sermon.
Tn» etioir furnished special music and
the Amphion Mal- Chorus sang.
'*Tl>e RunatMmis" dropped in on the
Herslmers last Ncurday evening and
had h mot happy tim-
proved excellent entertainers.
T. M. Walsh is still confined to his
house with rheumatism though some
at the BnptM Otareb.
all within a
ride of Loa
Remember that the beautiful
‘ Panama - California
ia open all the year, Many
of the beat exhibit« from
toe Panama-Pacific Expos
ition have been taken to
Sap Diego making thia fair
bigger and better than stw
Write tor saw booklsl ns Has
Mats sad •outturn <-»'1foinfa
LENTS HARNESS SHOP
Under Management of Henry Jaeger
Bnccoaeor to A. Kalkofen
Will continue to carry Harness Supplies,
and do Harness Repairing, at reasonable
Any Sort of Upholstering Done Satisfactorily
Your Patronage Solicited
fl. D. Kenworthy and Co. Inc.
PHONE TABOR 6207
PHONE TABOR 6090
»»02-4 92nd STREET g. E.
4SI* 66th st.. Cor. FOSTER ROAD
First Class Ssrviee Wires Day or Right
Clots Proximity In Cemeteri« Bnablee Va
te Furnish Funerale at a Minimo« Kapsna
, the Faw
_ » mere
pupils of the ninth grade. Stereoptican
pictures will be shown by Mr. L. A.
Wiley. After the program the election
of officep for next year will be bald. A
nursery for children too young to rnjey
the program will be provided ir, the
tekebers' rest room. Plans tor clean up
week will be discussed.
are cordially invited to be present.
Mrs. H. P. Kneeland, who was a
member here of the Baptist Church, and
the mother of L R., F. R and W. P.
Kneeland, each of whom has at one
time or another lived in tanta, passed
to her everlasting reward last month at
the age of 90 years
Rhe was the wife
and the mother of Baptist preachers,
and ths mother in-law of a Presbyterian
It was in the parsonage of
the latter at Butte Falls, Ore., that she
pamad to bor rem.
New and Second Hund Crockery, Glassware
Tinware, Stove«, Manges, Comforts, Blan
kets, Springs, Mattresses, Wall Paper and
Cut on Prices for 30 Days
Painting and Paper Hahging
at Lowest Prices
6015 Main St., South of car track, Lents