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Lents, Multnomah County, Oregon, March 1. 1917.
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FIRE HALL TO GET NfW MOMf
Popular Young People Contracting
Parties- Home In Readiness.
INstusslon About Side-walks to In
sure Mall Delivery Shows Senti
ment lor Cement Walks.
On the evening of February Ji lx>uis
T. Robinson »»« united in marriage to
Grace M Klock. The ceremony U»ok
place ut the home of Mr. SU-pta-nson,
Oorner of 70tb street an«l «Kfal avenue,
J. M. Nelson, pastor of the la-ntx Bap
tist church officiating.
The parents ot
th« brill« an«l gr«x>ui have liv««d in this
section of Portland for some years.
Only the immediate families of th«
i-oiitracting parti«-« were present. I.ymie
Tillman ucti 'l as l»*t man, while Pearl
Cumming» accompanied tbe bride.
Delicious refreshments were aervc«l al
th«- conclusion of the ceremony. Tim
bride was tbe recipient of many beauti
A Is-autiful basket of
choice Howers was present«-«! Iron» one
of the city gris-n hoilra-s, with winch the
hritle had lx-en as«M-iat«*<l.
The newly married couple lM-gnn
housekeeping n>iii»-«liut< Iv in their
home on Hath sln-i-t near 53<1 avenue,
which I ik -I been furnished for them hy
th«- groom's hither, r«-««ly for their ini-
molintc oc<upancy. Thc many friends
of Mr sin! Mrs. Robinson in Ix-nte wish
them u liMppy niarrnsi life.
NEW MERCANTILE GRANDFATHER OF HARMONY CLUB
COMPANY FORMED KENWORTHY DIES TO REPLAT PLAY
Directors of Stock Company Owning Amos Kenworthy, Remarkable Charac
Old Katzky Store form General
ter. Passes Away Wednesday In
California Aged Ninety-two.
tntertalnment Given By Harmony Club
First Presentation ot Pirates of Pen
At Bell Hall To Be Repeated at
zance So Successful It Is Re
Seward Haii Friday Week.
peated For Scholarship fund.
The play entitled “Old Home Day at
Plunket,” given by tbe Harmony Pub
lic Improvement Club at Bell Hall the
24th ult. will be repeated by special re
quest at Seward Hall, Lenta, on Friday
Critical Crowd Declares High School
Clyde E. Sager Manager ol New Con Probably Best Known friends Evan evening March 9tb, at 8 o’clock.
Committee Appointed to Walt on Com
Pupils Make Good Against Prog
qelist in the World—Travelled
missioner Diet k to Hurry City's
time dance will be held. Admission 25
nostications of failure.
Old Katzky Store.
Continuously fifty Years.
Estimate of Cost.
cts.; children, 15 cis ; under »> year*
frtw. Dancing included in price of ad
A large anil appicciati ve crowd were
Monday of this week the I «enta
With the death Wednesday morning mission.
The regular weekly meeting of the
in attendance in the gymnasium of the
Ix-ntx Improvement Club wiih held in
Mercantile Company composed of the at Denair, California, at the ripe age of
i new Franklin High .School last Friday to
the new Fin- Hull Mom lay with alxiut
directors of the stock company which ninety-two, of Amos Kenworthy the
' witness the second presentation of
thirty in attendant«. Il wax unanimous
owns th« Grange building, took over world sustains the loss of a most re-
Sullivan’s Opera. “The Pirates of Pen
ly deci<l«-il to inuke that hull the permit-
Hie Coffman A Spring store and are markable character, and A. D. Ken
zance.” The first presentation a week
in-ill inciting pliice for III«- future. Til«-
previous had been so well received, and
»loing business at the old stand. Clyde worthy, of lx»nts and Arleta, loses a
Fire Ih-partuient . ........I to supply li«-at
so many were turn««! away from the
E. Sager is their manager.
Mml light for n nominal monthly charg«-.
much lx*loved grandfather.
As soon ax tlie alterations are com-
Entrants- i« through th«- north doorwuy
Mr. Kenworthy was born in North Mt. Scott Eastern Star Chapter Con doors that the play was repeated, the
proceeds going to the Scholarship Ix»an
pleted which are now under way in the Carolina. He moved his home perma-
of the old Ixi* Theatre entrance.
ducts funeral Services Over Re
Fund of the school. The audience was
old Katzky store, tbe new firm will
Mr. I't-u-rstm rej»»rt«-«l that pros|H»ctM
a critical one, many being present who
move their stock of gixxls to that lo«-a- . nently to California about 1901. For the
mains ot Mrs. L. A. Tripp.
wiimil very bright forts» i»|»-r»tion from
had statisl freely that this opera was
tion. Thi« will likely be a week or ten past fifty years he has been an active
tin- <'«unity ('oiiiiiii-xioii«-rx in th*- paving
ambitious for any high school
of Foster Ron-1, iix one <>( them had
Funeral service» of Mrs. L. A. Tripp, chorus, but the verdict was unanimous
I the firm will lx- the l-ents Mercantile (tjuaker) Church. In this time he trav
him tlmt if all th«- rcqui-atx for road im
elled al) over the United States and in whose remains were brought to Lents that Professor R. B. Walsh, music in-
Company, 5805 92nd St. 8., E.
provement w«-r«- c«»mpli«*l with ita- I
i many foreign countries, having nia'e from Sheridan on Weilnesday of last . structor of the high school, had succeas-
county would -till have $22,0» »• left out
j many visits to Europe. He travelled wi-ek, were held at Mt. Scott cemetery ^’'Uy gotten away with it.
of th«- emergency fund provide«!.
entirely in obedience to what he l elieved
Then- w »» a full discussion witn refer-
Monday afternoon, in charge
the local some talk of the opera
Divine leading, and hie absolutely un
also at Eugene, Corvallis and Salem.
cure to llie kill«! of xi-lewalk» w Inch
wavering faith ap|»eare<i at all times Eastern Star chapter
While the various scenes of the play
should 1» strilen for ill onier to ,’u'ak.. Already Neat Barber Shop Made Still
As stated last week, Mrs. Tripp’s are interesting, fascinating and amusing
eipial to the task of surmounting tinan-
the di-tnet • litth- more attractive »ml
Neater und Cleaner Wilh Iresh
' cial obstacles which would daunt any former home was al Enderlin, N. D., oy turns, the chief interest centers round
em-un- a favorable report from the mail
else. Upon one occasion be was where most of her relatives reei-le Mr. the music, with the part of Frederick,
inspector wit’, reference !o tin- «-xlalilixli-
Questions Upon Which Voters Should one
a purse of $100 made up by four Austin Collier, of Minneapolis, a brother ! sung so faultlessly by Professor G. G.
ment of city delivery. Born«- were in
which had combined in hold of the deceased, arrived Sunday morn Dewey vieing for first honors with Miss
Chester's—the popular barber shop-
lavor of graded and gravellwl "bicycl«-
service* under his leadership ing to attend the funeral.
Elba Kenne«ly’s flute-like voice as
path»” >u> being within the n-«uli of
for June flection.
The high esteem in which Mrs. Tripp Mabel. Probably the most appreciated
i and he refused it, simply saying that
ei«-ryoiie's pocket l»»>k. but <»lh«-rx felt olH«llen<-e to the prevalent spring feel
tbe 1-ord had told him to do so.
He was held by friends in her old home was solo and chorus was that by the Pirate
that «»-niciit sidewalks wen- tl«- only ing. which is affecting us all more or
made the next point without difficulty. attested by the beautiful floral tributes, King, Wylie M. Doran and bis band,
kiml Wurth having, an-I that the lime to less them- «lays, Mr. Cieslinski has
He worked at his trade—that of a broom among which was s floral star, emblem “It’s a glorious thing to be a Pirate
install them had r-sne. The discussion
maker—wherever possible, and like of the order, which was contributed by King,” the vim anti harmony put into
was indefinitely |»oetpouc«| )a-ndii>g tbe papered it throughout and put on a tine
Harmony Chapter, No. 42, Eastern this number was truly thrilling. Really
Paul was chargeable to no man.
re|a>rts of th«- cost of installing si«l«»-
Star, of Enderlin, Ji. D.: also a beauti difficult parts were those played by
walkx ami gra«ling Hie street on WUh
ful piece from Mr. Tripp’s Masonic Lorine Gingrich as Ruth, and Fred
street, for which Comtuiaaioner Dieck has now been live years in the na me liegin construction of highways embrac ries of meetings in Lents, in a humble friends of Sheridan.
Kelly as Major-General Stanley—and
was now having a survey completed. A
Mr. Collier will be tbe guest of Mr. they succeeded amirably. The buffonery
Expenditure of $400,000 to build a ago, and many have learned to bless
«ximtnitUs-, consisting of Merer». J. 8.
and Mrs. F. R. Foster while in Lents, was ably and concertedly provided by
new penitentiary at Salem.
him for hie help at that time.
mt'ey, Ralph Stan». J R. G«a>imaii an i
He is to be burried at Whittier, Cal the families having been neighbors in Her Majesty’s constabulary, the police
John Walrod were ap|»>int«<l to inu-r-
hie home town.
captain, George Powell, and his force.
view him anti see if th«- figure« could not
A beautiful setting was tbe moonlight
I«- s|Ms*«li*<l up a little.
bills that can lie introduce«! by mem
< lance of the fairies between the two acts,
The next mceting wax announced to
bers and committees.
Ovsr ths Bridge of Sighs.
a delightsome combination of color and
be held Monday in the xame plats*.
It Response In Money Is Prompt Most To authorise assessors of Western
Nine times out of ten it is over tbe musical harmony, spoiled unfortunately
A. D. Kenworthy was al»m-nt through
Bridge of Sighs that we pass the nar by abbreviated clothing and an apparent
I Iregon counties to restore Oregon and
of four Million Starving Chil
slight indisposition, but his plats* wax
row gulf from youth to manhood.
ably fl I let 1 by Vice- President O. A. Here I '
That Interval la usually occupied by attempt to ape tbe vaudeville ballet
dren Can be Saved.
Ketpiiring municipalities to hold their
an ill placed or disappointed affection. dancers, an unfortunate stamlard for a
primary and election on same dav state C-ounty President and State Super We recover and we find ourselves new high school function.
J. E. Werlein, of th«- Portland Pro- primaries and elections are held.
beings. The intellect has become hard
j gresxive Busiiicas Men’s Club, Chairman
intendent Present Program —
To provide for classified assessment of
ened by the fire thwmgh which it has
of th«- Belgian Children’s Fixxl Fund, is property with graduateil rate of taxa
passed. The mind profits by the wrecks
Special Music Features.
■ making an ap|x-al which should bring tion on proj»erty of different classes.
of every passion, and we may measure
| results. Mr. Werlein says :
our road to wisdom by the sorrows we
To enable Port of Portland to build or
The W. C. T. U. of Ariete held a have undergone.—Bulwer-Lytton.
Mother's Account Too Often Ignored
to subsidise steamships and operate
Over Five Hundred Students Attend
I hungry today. A large (x-n-entagt* of line of steamers to foreign and domestic most helpful and interesting local In
Without a Thought.
School House Meetings In In j ihi-rn are starving, and will die n-gard-
stitute, on Tuesday the 20th. Mrs.
Cheering Him Up.
, l(-s» of the haste witli which money is
terest ot Mole Extermination.
To prevent repeal of any parts of state
He «anxiously, after popping the
in her usual pleasing and entertaining
A ten year old boy overbeard a con
i raix«-<l ami rusliixl to them to buy fixxl. constitution by implication.
question»-Why do you cry. my love? versation about a certain bill to be
of them can la*
Did I offend you by my proposal? She
In spite of the
and Neal Dowe. Mrs. Hidden gave a (quietly sobbing»—Oh. no. dear. Mam paid, and conceived tbe idea of making
has l>een ct»v»-re<l with sn<>« the greater . saved.
■‘Will you try to get this picture in
ma always said to me. "LU. you are I out a bill for bis own services So the
part of the past week tin- mole meetings
of Frances Willard, bringing to her sueb an Idiot that you will not even next morning he laid this statement of
your minds.’ Imagine n long brca.l
which have Isx-n carried on by Theo.
listeners a vivid picture of Miss Willard get a donkey for a lover.” and now I account on his mother’s breakfast plate:
H Scheffer ami County Agent Hall line: every child in it is hungry; some
as she herself knew her. Mrs Mallett hare got one after all.—Philadelphia
“Mother owes Willie forcarrying coal
of them are starving, mid there is not
have la-cn highly successful.
spoke on the life of Abraham Lincoln, Bulletin.
six times, twenty cents; for bringing
So far nine meetings aixl field demon
especially his religious life, and strength
water lots of times, thirty cents; for
A Mighty Bridge.
strations have been held nu«l they have down the line. He examines each cliild Mrs. Inez Gulllk is Busy Preparing of character. Mrs. Geo. Snider gave a
ten errands, fifteen cento.” His
In tbe Forth bridge there is a hori
been atteiide.l by 887 p«-rs«»ns, Ml of
For Her Annual Sale-Mrs.
reading about Washington.
Mrs. zontal pull of 10.000 tons on tbe chief mother read the bill bnt said nothing
whom are members of the high ami
Barzee and Mrs. Hiddep sang a duet. spans and a weight o< 100.000 tone on about it. That evening Willie found on
Wagner Here to Help.
grad«- schools of the county.
Mr. out of th«- line, screaming ami kicking.
Mrs. Mallet sang a solo and Mrs. Neal their bases Hnlf a dozen British Iron his plate the seventy-five cents and also
Scheffer has invariably held his amlit-nci*
Inman led devotional service. The clads might be bung upon them with another bill which read as follows :
in rapt attention with his remarks on si parattsl from the 'starving.'
Mrs. Inez I. 8. Gullick returned re- ladies of the Arleta union seveil a very out causing any undue atrain.—London
"Willie owes hie mother for hie
the habits of the mole, methods of trap
cently from Woodland, Washington, refreshing luncheon.
Tbe entertain Telegraph.
happy home for ten years, nothing; for
ping this rodent, and means of skinning
his food and clothing, nothing; for his
where she was called owing to the death ment for the evening under the super
For the past three years bank, Portland, Oregon. It will n-ach
Nearer the Truth.
vision of Mrs. Dwight Woolworth, was
nursing him through a long illness,
Mr. Scheffer has Iss-li studying the mole
"So that pretty canvasser sold you a nothing; total, nothing.” When Willie
postponed indefinitely on account of tbe
Mrs. Kate Wagner, with her and she
in the Northwest but it is only within
stormy weather. Announcement will be book, eh?"
"No: sbe sold me a couple of smiles saw the seventy-five cents he was
will make her home in Lents for a
th«* last few months that lie has under promptly forward«*!.
made soon, and everybody is welcome and threw in tbe book.”—Louisville pleased. But when he read bis mother’s
taken demonstration work, all his efforts
to hear this “Story in song,” entitled Courier-Journal
bill his eyes grew dim and hie lips
prior to that time having been confined child alive at a cost of fl |>er month, or brother was struck by a train and the "Saving of Daddy.”
quivered. Then he took the money to
his mother, threw his arms about her
It is through th«- result of th«* activity dollars will feed loo children out- month; community is extended to her in her
neck and begged that she would let him
double bereavement. She is welcome
of the V. S. Biological Survey that there
do lots of things for her.
in our midst.
has coine to Is- a ready market for the
Mother's bill is rarely presented, but
American moleskins, which. »«-cording thn-e slices <>f hn-ail spread with grease
it will pay each person to think it out
to reports receive«! by the government,
and over for himself and then pay it in
an- superior in sizt* and «piality to the sustain life.
The students of Woodmere school, in love and service.—Exchange.
mol<>s secured on the
The bold, bad hold-up man of the conjunction with the Boy Scouts, will
to undertake the support of as many
To a man who receives it right;
time isn’t your worst enemy, give an entertainment at the Woodmere
the pupils think And it makes the spirit within him stir
County Agent Hall is making plane Belgian children as
hundreds of little daylight school on Friday evening of this week,
To go in once more and tight.
to market moleskins co-operatively in
March 2nd. A splendid program has
this county and h«>|M-s by following this from every school in Oregon would lie If you never have failed, it’s an even
been arrange«!. The price of admission
plan to obtain a lietter price than could caring for several
mono of waste—spending habits— will be 15 cents, the proceeds to be de
Yon never have won a high success.
be secured by individuals who <»nly have kiddies.
thoughtless purchases—needlees ex- voted to the Boy Scouts, to which many Tired of Moving Popular Dentist Buys
‘‘Sunday, March 4, has l»een desig
a few pelts to sell at a time.—tiresham
What is a missT It’s a practice shot, travagances.
of the boys of the Woodmere school be
Wilson Property on Ninety-Sixth
Which wo often must make to enter
Day. I urg«- every minister ami every
The list of those who can hit the spot than all the hold-up men in the world
St. and Fifty-Ninth Ave.
Portland will have a new industry. priest to speak of th«- conditions in Bel
Of the bull’s eye in the center.
A toy factory will be operated with A gium, and to tak«- up a collection to buy If you never have sent a bullet wide,
Dr. C. 8. Ogsbury moved his family
l>o not be deceived because vour Edna Kottzant were married on Sunday
fmsl for the little ones.
You never have put a mark inside.
are little. The little leak finally afternoon at five o'clock at the Metho into their new home the last of tbe
•‘1 urge every Mayor, every County
School Superintendent, every commer What is a knock-down? A count of ten, sinks the ship. The little drain on your dist parsonage, Rev. F. M. Jasper tying week. The doctor recently purenased
Which a mau may take for a rest; pocketbook finally leaves you penniless. the nuptial knot. The young couple the Wilson property on 50th avenue and
cial organization to help in thia work,
’«th street. The house has been re
Dollars are only pennies multiplied. will reside on 101st street, Lents.
Advertised letters for week emiing (’all meetings and organize to save these It will give him a chance to come up
Every tick of the clock is time.
Will Eggiman, who has been associat modeled and placed in a spick and «pen
Don’t throw away little things just ed with his brothers in the meat busi condition for their occupancy.
And do hie particular beet
Chamlterlain, A.; Diehl, Mm. Exine go at the work in its own way, but all
doctor thinks moving is no cinch and is
(2) ; Heilburn, Mrs. Sarah L.; Hughes,
I .earn to save.
Begin, if only with a market at Tremont, taking possession glad that he has insured himself against
Mrs. E. M.; Miller, Mies Ella; Man They will lie acknowledged, and full
the first of the week. His fnends will future like experiences by purchasing a
chester, Mrs. W. C.; M08-100th St.; credit will be given each town and city
But begin I—The Circle.
wish him success in hie new venture.
5927 E. 92nd St.
FIGURES NOI AVAILABLE
CHESIER HAS DOSE
OE SPRING IE VER
PROF. R.B. WALSH LAUDED
COFFMAN & SPRING QUII
EASTERN AND WESTERN
FRIENDS MOURN LOSS
REEtRRED 10 PEOPLE
SAVF THE CHILDREN
OF STRICKEN BELGIUM
HOLD LOCAL INSTITUTE
MOLE DE MONS I RAI IONS
MOI HER RENDERS BILL
BRINGS MOTHER HOME
ENEMY THAN ROBBERS
STUDENTS AND BOY
SCOUTS TO ENTERTAIN
DR. OGSBURY BUYS