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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 31, 1917)
Mias Lucile Brackett, teacher of the
fttli and 6th grad«*, has b«“en very
popular with her pupils and general re
gret is felt over her resignation.
A DEPARTMENT CONDUCTED HY OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS
Mias Myrtle McNeil, of the 4th grad«*,
has endeared herself to her pupils.
GRAVEL and BAND. R. Ileytiug.
' week, but the weather was too CtM'l
Miss Minnie Davis and Mrs. Rhoda Phone Tabor 9M
“Watchful waiting** for sunshine. and rainy nioxt of the time for Wallace, teacliera ot the primary grades,
FUR BALE —Bxr red R.xk «•ggs.
have proven themselves splendully 0 AU. **traiii. 41.110 (or l >
Th«* gentle rains are a continuous much luck.
hatch. Mrs. J. F. Wing, 8fk‘<l Footer
Th«> faculty have rv«|in*h“d a 10 |>er- Road.
The “moonmen” say that every
cent increase in the salary anotlier year,
change of the moon is a wet one
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Anderson are
owing to th«* incrvaae«i coot of living.
until the middle of July.
preparing to return to their former
with box attachment in good condition
Word was received here last week home in Portland, much to the regret
for sale or will trade for front and rear
of the marriag«* of Goldie Williams of their many friends in this vicinity.
tin's for Foni. D32S Foster mad N. E.
and Fay Shank, which occurred at After this week they will be found at
(Too late for last issue.)
Vancouver a week ago last Saturday. 3744. 4!st St. S. E. They have promts
Th«* Ladies* Aid will meet on Friday
They are both well known here and ed to attend future meetings of the of this w<>ek al tin» home of Mrs. Ham.
best wishes are expressed by their "Unexpected" Club however, which
The Parent-Teacher Association will
friends for their future happiness.
somewhat modifies the regret which . hold a meeting on Friday evening, lady you can be sure it came from the
The farmers have health and now otherwise would be great We might which will la* their final meeting until Lanta Millinery and coat leaa than a
they are fast gaining wealth, as suggest that if. at any time, they find the beginning of anothsr school year. similar hat down town.
good prices are assured for all man it impossible to attend these gather
Everybody is busy, working overtiun- she has a large assortment of flowers
ner of foodstuffs for some time to ings Mr. Anderson might see to it that making garden.
Although the season
come. Who are better entitled to he sent his •‘ghost" out it would be is so lat«> such gardens as an* up are ami ribbons.
prosperity and who perform such a
SO-CALLED DAN Dill' FF can easily
I hxiking flip*.
B kllwosk school
useful service to mankind?
hi* cured; my booklet gives full direc
The Gilrore school, District No. 45.
farmers are coming to the front and
acre tract belonging to the old«*sl home tions; also instructions for ladies*
in the future they will become more I'lavd th«* school year last Thursday, in ‘‘Oregon Home Acnw,” including shampoo Home Shaving for men. the
and more influential in our political the 24th inat. A program was rendered, most of the lawn, put into potatoee.
proper care of the leel. a sure cure lor
and legislative life, as they most as- | which included two songs by pupils of
constipation, I »»aides other valuable
Mr. Clark is having difficulty in get recipes. All are very inex|>ensive and
suredly should be in every particular. Miss Heden’s room; a clown act. en-
glasses for his jellies and jama. Th«“ use simple common drugs. If you need
Breadstuff.« are falling, and this j
S-ox. glass was formerly um*d, then the help I want to help you. For further
is one of the times when we rejoice of Mias H«*den's and Mias Brackett's
7 ox and afterward the « ox. and thia information and copy ot tiook send a
at the fall of a friend. Bread is rooms; and a two-act comedy by th«*
season it has jump«**! lutck to th«* 9 ox. two cent stamp to laick Box <UH, Lenta
the staff of life and any one who
The coat of everything is advancing, yet P. O., Portland. Ore.
conspires against this prime essen- little Miss Margaret McUtillugh gave
it is hard to advance the price of a glass
tial ought to be severely handled.
of jelly without increasing the size.
as they undoubtedly will be, by the gracefully. After the program ice cream
your fine clothes. I
government now moving in this mat
waists, etc., very
Arlela And Kern Park.
cheaply and quickly. Will call and de
The last number of the Metropol-. proceeds lob«“ used in the purchase of
M ountain V iew R ebekahs
liver. Mrs. Kelly, 59th Ave.. and UMlh
itan contains an illuminating article P"*" for tn* bo*'' an'1
of officers occurr«! at Moun St. leave orders at Herald office. 21
by Sir Oliver Lodge, a fellow of the c’n***
tain View Rebekah lodge on Saturday
LOST OR FOUND
Royal Society of England, one ofi The community is thrilled with pride evening with the following result: No
over the fact that the boys of Gilrom*
the most eminent scientists of the |
Purse containing money on
school brought home the silver cup from
day, on the question of “Survival of
track, owner can have
I the field m«*et at Greeham. They have
Life After Death.”
same by proving pr<>|«rty ami paying
’ ! improved very materially in athletics treasurer. Mrs. Organ.
years of patient and thorough inves
Mrs. Fulmer ami Mrs Oder, whohad for this ad. Apply this office.
! during Mr. Ager’s principalship, as well
tigation this learned and able man
represented the lodge at the Rebekah
as in the regular school work.
has arrived at the conclusion, which
Miss Verna Stark, an eleven-year old Assembly at Eugene submitted their
is abundantly satisfactory to him
girl of Mias Heden’s room, won the gold reports, which were very interesting.
Phone Talior 3W>7.
self. as well as to every intelligent
wrist watch given by Staples, the
person, that this life is but the be
| Jeweler, to the beet speller in the elected President of the State Assem
No country, whether at ¡>eacu
ginning of an existence that will
County. The contest was held in the bly for the coming year. A very inter
reach beyond this bank and shoal of Central Library, Portland. Four girls esting feature of the annual m«*eting or at war. can grow anti pros
per without .successful indus
ti«*«l and in writing the 25 misspelled was the presentation by Henry West
There will be appropriate exer words Verna Stark won.
brook, Grand Master, to Mrs. Watten tries. We all live by the work
cises at the cemetery here on Deco
Eight for pol
Prof. Ager has shown himself to be a berg, retiring State President, of a of each other.
ration Day. The program will con thoroughly efficient man as principal, gavel made of wood taken from a win
sist of songs, recitations, devotional not only in the result» of the school dow sill of the house in which she was
exercises, and remarks by the writer room, but also in winning the respect bom.
Mrs Taylor and Mrs. Chadamaugh
and affection of the students and the
Mrs. Miller, at the hotel, has a esteem of the entire community
also attended the state assembly.
The people of Portland will
Christmas pullet that began laying
Mrs. Alvord, the newly elected Noble
Miss Dorcas Hedin has had the 7th
along, somehow, no mat
when four months old.
Can you and **th grades, her work having Is-en Grand, is at the Portland Medical
is elected mayor.
strong, clear and effective, a» shown by Hospital, where she is quite seriously
John Sneeden and friends, from the splendid reports of the pupils of tier ill.
Portland, were out here fishing last room.
;continue.l on page S'
Newsy Items from Nearby Points
DON'T VOTE AWAY YOUR FREEDOM
Those who are asking working people to vote for the
Anti-Conspiracy law nt the June election are misrepresenting
what the law really means.
They are not friends of working people. They are not
friends of Portland.
They think more of making dollars than they do of men
making a living. •
They would paaa this law to help them in their fight to
cut down wages and make men work longer hours.
The law would also punish many other, lodges, working
men’s clubs, and societies for doing things not now against
Do not I m * deceived into voting away your rights as
If you understand what this law means you will vote
against it. If you do not understand what it means the only
safe thing to do is to vote against it.
VOTE III X NO
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