Hrralù DHL Subscription, $1.0(>a Year GEO. PERKINS ON INDIVIDUALISM ( hdlrman Of New York food Com millet Showi Marked Changes In Industrial Relation. Lents, Multnomah County, Oregon, June 14. ¡017. Vol. 15. No. 24. STILL SOME MORE IN LAURELWOOD MAUDBRUMWtLL ENTERTAIN ARLETA Inltlate Large ( lass fwo Meetings In Was Charier Member Of friends A Large Percentage of the Class Will “Irade At Home” Should Be Slogan— A Lew Important Businesses Crowd Succession Sends Delegation Attend High School. Interesting Prosperity Of One Increases Church—Assisted In Organizing ed Out In Last Week’s Io Peninsula Park Assembly. Exercises Held on luesday. Prosperity Of All. Christian Endeavor Society. Busy Issue. Tlie local assembly of rniteal Artiaana The New Method Laundry, of Lenta, Twenty graduates—thirteen girl« »nd A large congregation of sorrowing met as usual last evening ( Wedriestlay.) has been asked by Portland laundry ten txiya — face«! a larg«« audience Tm*s- Although this was the first evening of relatives and friends gatliere I at tlie men to raise pricas Mr. -VL lrougall FriendsChurcli, Ijents, Saturday after- ■lay afternoon in the amlitoriun. of the feels that in justice to this community food legislation Considered Violation the Rose Carnival and as there was no mam l>nu School and received from the of last week to pay the last sad parade eche<liil««d lor that evening tbe he cannot raise the price« at thia time Ot Individualism Which Mr. Per* mendwrs vote«! to bold the seeaion aa tribute of love and respect to Mies Maud hands of Prof. Heraltner th«« magic and hopes that they may not find it Dry Goods. Bakery, And Gasoline rihlton-tied paper for which tb*-y hav«- usual and initial«« tie« claw of accepted Brumwell, who diasl on Thursday al the Station All Wide-Awake Hust kins Says Is No longer Alive. Mriven ihro«igh eight years < I MllOOl necessary to do so at al). He will en candidates. Thirteen were inltiab«! at home of bar sister, Mrs. Clara Starkey, deavor for the present at least to man ling Enterprises. life. the last meeting held, Mr. Bennett ex- of Tigan), Ore., Mrs. Myra B. Smith age at present prices, hoping that the Th«- «-x««rci»ee were brief, lint very trlidr«i an invitation to Arleta Asarmlily officiating at the funeral service. upward tendehey of prices may stop. By GEORGE W. PERKINS, D. G. leeny. Dry Goods. The de<-eaaed was born in Kansas, pleasing am! were pr«-si<le«i over by j to visit the lo««sl hdge, a largo nuinla-r The Lents establishment is only Prof. Herafiner. Music wa« •eliderei! CKairwaa of Mayer Mitchel* ■ Feed responding to th«« invitation. coming to Oregon about fourteen years This store was established about six by etiorn«ee, duet« an ! instrum««ntal w- charging 1 cent each tor handkerchiefs, year« ago, and is now run by Mr. and Supply CeMail tee. After the «legrei- work a|>eechee were ago, since which time she has reside«! in instecd of the rough dry weight price. lections by members of »be c a-s. in Mrs. Teeny; they were formerly located One of tbe grreteet stumbling blocks | made by F. Smith, .if Fram Aaxeinbly ; fa-nts with the exception of the past chiding piano solos by Lather Abley ami I Other laundries have raised the prise at Kern Park. They have a really gcxxl of rough dry from 5 cents to 7 cents per |a progress la the human Indlnutlou to E. E. Parker, of la-nta, ami E. F. Ben year which she has sjs-nt with tier sister at Tigard. Her «inaili wa« due to Chari >tt«» Wern-r: a vocal <!act by Ì pound. Horne industries will receive stock, seemingly very complete, and KsUow preecdeat at»<1 old methods too nett, of Portland. Dr. Eta helmari, the She was 29 years, 9 l)on- Mann and Joy Horn-«i!inch en- the support of all loyal local people displayed to fine advantage. Their lo supreme m«««lical examiner, from Port | tuberculosis P.»r<l- ” cation is »«418 Foster Road, and they months and 9 day« old at the time of tltlrsi “Tell Is O Merry land, gave a very interesting address during these stringent times. **Gra«luating Song,” by a Boy i' Chôma; find business considerably lietter than | I’licouragmg the jH-ople of l«*iits t«> ask her death last year. They specialize in crochet Maud was c nverted als.ut thirteen “Far Away the Camp Firs Btirii,” Hy their neighlmr« to ro>pon«l to tin« call of years ago. She was a charter member «mixed chor'is. ami ‘ Gooil-Bye, <■«>>! cotton, for Mrs. Teeny had manv fancy "Arti«anship.” BI Y’ou," iiy th«- entiri- «•..«-- work pupils last year. They have a On Monday evening, June llth, a of the Lents Friends Church and assist Tim «la«- prophecy wa« given by specially good trade in hosiery. | large delegation front Izmts atteml<«l a isi in tie- organisation of the Christian Camille Cloverio, ul.it was a cl««Ver pro ■urpriae party given al Peninsula Park ' Endeavor Society, in which organiza- duction, revealing a strong tmaginati «n. lion she was an active worlcer as long a- A«M«inhly In honor of II. S. Ifmison. laurelwood Filling Station. The regular meeting of tbe Lents The entire audience joineii iu a salute the Supreme Master Artisan of the hvr health permitted. She had licen ill A little farther east, and across the Alumni was held in the school audi- to the Flag. i Fraternity. He waa present««! with a for alsitit thns- j«-ar-, Is-ing confinisi to street, we found H. L Dickinson run ’ tori uni on Monday evening with tbe Diploma- were prewnt»*d by Prof. gift from hia Qi«n<la upon this occasion the funise much of that time. Of her ning the only gasoline tilling station be Woodmere Alumni present as guests. H««r»hner following a brief a«l«lress in Nir Hudson will meet with the Ia«ntH immediate family «lie leaves to mourn tween Lents and 52nd and Powell. He An interesting program had been ar which he congratulate«! the class on lislge on Wislm-wUy evening. June 20. three brothers, one residing in the East, ranged by Mis« Myrtle McNeil, but be has been three years in this location and Th«« public ia invittsl on thia <M«caaion. and two, Ben, of la*nte, and Bert, re having reached the goal of their en d««avors and also upon tlie ««xpreaseii cause of an unfortunate combination of finds business a little slower this season cently coming to Portland to reside; la-iits is only eleven new members be circumstances, owing doubtless to Com on account of the late spring. It is hind asx-mbly Numla*r One in Portlaml also, (our sisters, Mrs. Clara Starkey, of pur;>ose of so many of them in going mencement ami Rose Show festivities, picking up Dicely now. He uses Associ on to High School, predicting that this Tigard, Ore.; Mrs. Lulu Farrow, of for the first prize. This alolle goes t«> I ' many of the participants failed to ap ated Gasoline and specializes in lubricat da — wouhl distinguish it«s*-lf as previous prove the iiicinlx«ra here arc standing by ; Portland, Ore.; Mr». Pearl Perry, of pear. A reading wa« given by Miss ing oil, having a kind for every pur da — • — ha«l done by making a success Wenatchee, Wash., and Mrs. Anna Mr. Bennett in th«« contest. Two him- i GEORGE W. PERKINS. Ellen Anderson. Miss McNeil gave an pose. We judge him to lie a good busi ifr««l m«w member« have been a«ided t«i Bass. Her mother, Mrs. Kate Brum of lite. address of welcome to the June class. ness man in the best sense of the term Many parents were present, most of well, died six months ago and was •kewly. We riia* •» dlffb ull to «trike th«« rank« of Arti»an«liip «luring th«* first All joined in singing “The Star Imcause he does not handle automobile them temlering sincere thanks to the -rventeen «lays of the contest. Fully buried in Multnomah cemetery, where Spangled Banner, ” Miss France« sundri«n in competition with Mr. Nor eut along eutlrely new line« teacher« who ha«l given such faithful five hundred niemlx-r« ar»« expected to the rrn^tal remains of Maud were laid wood (whose write-up appeared last Hartwig, pianist. atti-ntion ami painstaking effort in be Thomae Jefferson. In ill« <>1<1 nu*e. lie taken in iH-fore July 7th. rest la-eide her to await the resurrect to tin week) because Mr. Norwood does not A very pleasing social hour was en- half of tlie children through the years of wr>uo h letter In which h«« »«Id July 14th, Saturday afternoon, all mem- lion joyed, dancing being the chief featnre, carry gasoline in competition with him. their school life The heartfelt sympathy of the entire ' t«era securing two new inetnlien« will lie Nuiiio inru ascribe» to the tDCti of the for which Milton Katzky and F rances That sounds to ns real horse sense. given a free rouml-trip paasag«« to S««a- community is extended to the bereaved pr»*<r<Hn< tigs u wittdoiu ni<*r<* than Hartwig furnished a part of the music, He does not seetn to mind long hours, eide. A «p««cinl train has la««n chartered brothers and sisters in their great huii Hii, itibl atlt>LMiM»r w lint (hey did to the balance being furnished by the for he keeps his stand qpen iromt! a. m. tiy’ll. S. Hudson, Supreme Ma«t««r, to sorrow I m * b**y»'tjd iiinrndtn« nt. I kti«*w thut to 9 p. m., every day, Fna tells every I Victrola. curry the’ m< rry-niaker« to Sea«i«l<« to ag<* I<>f the Rexulution] well. I be body that if they want him after those longed to it and labored with it. It enjoy a “dip in tin« >■«■«," and returning hours all they have to do is to call bis drnerved well of itn country. It aux July l >th, Sunday evening. residence phone, Tabor 461, and even if very like the preavtit, but without the I .aat y«-nr an excursion waa held and in the middle of the night he will get R. A. Loomis, of North B«*n<l, Ore., | eiperience of th«* present; and forty to say the least all rep«irU*d a wonder up anil minister to the needs of a pass year* of eiperience in worth n ccn- died at bi« home on Monday, of this ful time. tur y of lMM»k reading. and thia they ing antoist. He extends an especially w«««k. Th«« remains are ts-ing brought \rli-ta ha« four new inenda-rs ami would way tbeiinwlvri were they to warm welcome to the people of Clacka t«i Lent« for interment. Funeral »er On Thurs«lay of next week, the 21st At the regular in» cling of the Wood- several pr»»|a«ct». Lenta has sixt<s«n arine from th«* «lead. mas, Damascus, and other country riceli will be bel<t tomorrow. (Friday) inn, jthe County W. C. T. U. will hold new menila*ra and only a few gissi 1 mere Parent-Teacher Association, held points, and more and more of tbem are Great Changea Taking Place Rapidly. prospects, so the |s«>pl«« of la«nta are re- on Thursday of last W£ek, the following aftermsm at the Kenworthy Undertak an all-day Institute at Arleta Congrega getting into the habit of stopping here <picste<l to keep up the spirit of the past , officers were elected to serve during ttie ing Par ora, Mrs. Myra B. Smith tional Church, which will lie preeided for their gas. The cliHiiges timi occnrrrd frolli the officiating. Interment in Multnomah over by Mrs. Mattie |M. Sleeth, the seventeen «lay«. T<> tliote that art- not coming year: President, Mrs. W. M dose of thè ReVoluUonary War to Jcf Artisans base your neighlior explain Alsd; County President. Mrs. G. F. Honey of Vice-president. Mr« Alice Cemetery. Mrs. Loomis is a sister of Mrs. C. W. Gresham, will give an address. She will fervoii'H o|d ago umile il deep linprea- th«« rates ami Iraternal Iwnetits derived Durtin; Secretary. Mrs. A. H. Nelson; laurelwood Bakery. The fol Welker, of lx«nts, ami Mrs. A. M. tell how to get men to attend the even aiou <>n lite iii I ik I; yvt sa we look bn«k from tbe society. Are you ami y< our Treasurer, Mrs L. A Clark Nearly two years ago Joseph Kuby, lowing committees were also appoint««!: Thomson who formerly resided here. ing meetings. Mrs. Stella Wilson, Mrs. with bis wife and daughters started at tbem frolli tlila distance they seem neighbor going with us to Seaaide? Membership, Miss Mattel Clark, Miss Her mother, Mrs. David Thorne, is also M. Alice Hanson and others will take business in the Laurelwood bakery. iuflnltealiiiiil wlieu compare«! with tlie part. . Foster and Mrs. Leslie; Program, Mrs. a n*»i«lent of Lents. They of course do all their own baking, changca flint bave taken place in the • Ttie date for tlie Multnomah County and it tastes good, for we have lunched | W. A. Dickson. Mrs. Hurd, ami Mis« World thè Inai quarter of n ccntury it nd Convention is set for September 12th and there twice. Julia Spooner; Conservation, Mrs. A. H. They have a delightfully Hoffman P. T. A. Gives lecture. thè treiiieiidotia ebangra taklng place 20th. Nelson. Mrs. Hogue. Mrs. Kimlerman. light, white loaf which they make, wrap The fluff man Parent-Teacher Associ Mrs. Sleeth is a firm believer in the and sell as “Mother’s Bread” a title Mrs. G. C. Saunders, Mrs. J. J. ■ow „ ation held a very interesting meeting gos|«el of optimism. She says it is her which down town bakeries have at Hawkins; Publicity, Mrs. Alice Dustin, George Wnalilngloti »a« a repretenta The little soil of Mr. and Mrs. Frank in the school auditorium Friday even “mission in life to make two grins grow tempted to appropriate to their own Mrs R E. Thomas Uve of tlie la««t type of Anicrhmi a Monroe, of 99th str««««t and ,a»th avenue, The Association lias secured Room 10 ing. Mrs. A. J. Montgomery gave a where a grouch was betöre.” use. Their motto has already been eentury and a bali ago. He waa a two yean* ami three month« of age, took of the sc I kmi I building for use during the lecture, taking for her subject “Mt. stolen bodily, it is “Made Clean. Baked ecbtSar, a aiddler uud a stateamau, set it into Ilia wee head to see the world on summer, as it is intended to hold meld Jefferson,” illustrating it with lantern Clean, Sold Clean.” They have ten and Tuesday and started oil on his adventure fifteen cent sizes. We cannot just un he did not know as much atsiut •cte» •• about noon without bidding his fond ings each month as usual. The next slides. The new lantern recently pur chased by the school was used for the meeting will Is* held June 21. derstand why all the local stores do not as n young schoolboy of today. parents farewell. He was aubw queiitly The past year has been a very success first time. An instrumental duet was handle this bread instead of patronizing missed and a search instituted. After Thomas A. Edison typifies the scien ful one for this organization, many acts contributed to the program by Mrs. the down town bakeries, for it seems to tist of our time, but the gap between an hour and a halt of intense anxiety of kindness having been performed in Charles T. McPherson and her daughter The first graduating exercise* for be at least the equal of any of them. and fJimtie searching he was found in the man of the Edison t.v|ie anil Wash addition to the usual business, which Miss Eloise. This association will de- Franklin high school were held in the Wake up. yon local folks and patronize the street on the South side of the car ington Is probably greater than the gnp track, near John D'a store, having has received the careful attention of all. vtoe the Summer to Red Cross work. school auditorium on Tuesday evening, your home baker, a« his product merits at which time 16 students were given it. between Washington and tb<* man walked something over a mile. No diplomas. A large gathering comoosed whose bones were recently discovered doubt by the feeling of his little legs he of friends of the students witnessed the Pollyanna Club Gives Luncheon. will consider himself a muchly traveled near Trenton, N. J.. Said to have lived exercises. The Pollvanna Club met for a farewell youngster. 125,000 year« ago. Dr. Alan Welch Smith, of the School luncheon in honor of Mrs. Sybil la Betz The advances in aclcnce, Intel .onr Board, presented the diplomas and M. and her daughter Mary at the Betz We Need It To Pay Our Own Bills. A llumdne Society. mu n ir nt Inn and In universal ednca- S. Pittman, of the Oregon Normal home Saturday, the 9th inst. The la The American Red Star will hike a school, delivered the commencement dies of the clubserved the luncheon and place beaid«" the American R««l Cross in address. Principal S. F. Ball announc a very pleasant time was spent. The Friend Subscriber, if you owe us a dollar, or two dollars humane work on th«1 l>atlletiel<ls of En ed that Arthur Mackenzie had won a Pollyanna ladies are very sorry to lose or any sum. WE NEED IT to pay our own bills created in Lenls Grange. rol«-if the plans of a newly organized scholarship for attendance at Willam Mrs. Betz and her daughter and are The Un'-'•■ «. i-.-m.: n i«|l-<l publishing this paper for you to read. society go through. The Red Star So ette University, and Mies Mil ired Mur hoping the year spent on her ranch near ciety propos««« to alleviate the siltl'erim;« dock had won the Pan-Hellenic scholar Umatilla will enable Miss Betz to take sion ««Il Sntii-'l i«« \ ■ 11“« of thri We do not think for one moment that when you stop of horse«, dog« and mule« wliicli an* eu- > ship for attendance at the University up her work in the Franklin high initiateil in th - iD-t ml xecoml long enough to THINK IT OVER you will force us to go of Oregon. gaged in dangerous work. An organiza- [ at til«« in««r« ing.-« «■: «n. school fully refreshed. They are on to the bank and BORROW MONEY with which to PAY The . .. ......... wa« not as large as i lion similar to th«« Red Star i« «aid to their way to Umatilla in company with OUR BILLS. u«nal, owing umioul»t««lly to tbe fiu-t have saveil 165,091) out of 150,Olt) wound- > friends, making the trip in the new car Mrs. McNeil Visits Lane County. that ttie nice weatlier brought witli it ed horses in Europe. Our bills MUST BE PAID, whether you pay yours or Mrs. McNeil, of Foster Road, returned lately purchased by Miss Betz. many demands for work in gardens ami not. Our bills represent dollars where your subscription Saturday evening from 1-ane County, upon the farm. An interesting program Pleasant Surprise. represents cents. where she has been visiting friends sub fancy Work from British W. Indies. wa« given «luring th«« lecture hour how sequent to her attendance as de'egate to Mrs. Hedge, of 92nd street, has re- Several of the friends of Mi«« Carrie I You can pay us without borrowing, without even feeling ever, ami according to custom the par the Rebekah State Assembly at Eugene. ceived some colars and handkerchiefs. Dorsey gave her a very pleasant sur- ticipants were mostly ehiblren. Recita it. It is but a bagatelle to each of you, a matter of a dol She bad a moet delightful time, having | of tieautifnl Mexican drawn work de- tion« wen« given by Laura O'Donnell, pri««« on Saturilay evening at her home. lar or two. But there are many of you in arrears, and it been feted and feasted and right royaly sign, from Marie Simmon«, of the Carrie Bohna, Florence Htmlersoli. 4912 86th street. runs into money. entertained by the hospitable people of British West Indies, which have been A most delightful evening was en- Esther Il«a«fer atpl Dorothy Farley. A that section of the Valley. While placed on sale at Katzky Bros., store at Shall we pay our creditors our own money—that which song was giv««n by a das» of Imys from joy«««l, lasting until the “we«« sma’ absent she was the house guest of Mrs. a very modest price. Mies Simmons hours. ” Refreshments were served. Miss Chapman’» room of the Lents you pay us—or shall we go to the bank and borrow, and J. A. Jensen, formerly of Lents. She writes that the people of this island are Th«« following were present: Ethel I school. Brief aildn ases were given by pay interest, because YOU DON’T PAY US? brought with her upon her return in destitute circumstances as the con Mr. Bcnetivl, Mr Daruall, Mr. Hotckkiss Hull), Helen Hull, Mildred Rice, Esther Your move next! gorgeous bouquets of Rhododendron and tinued drouth has caused all vegetation and the Master, Mr. Kreuder. Only Mitchell, Ethel Bak««r, Irene McGann, Larkspur, having visited Florence while to dry up. Mrs. Helge is making an Karl Retherford, Earl Page, Nora a short «««»«ion was held. MT. SCOTT PUBLISHING CO., on her trip, which is the seat ot the an effort to dispose of the articles sent as The dinner committee provide«! an Dorsey, Philip Drake, Buddy Hazelett, nual festival in honor of the former quickly as possible that she may refund excellent meal «luring the n«s>n hour, to Alliert Boatright, Mark Mayo, Randall J. A. DUNBAR. Circulation Manager flower which is ia all its glory at this the money where it is evidently so Hudson, Harold Hesse, and Harvey which ample justice was done by those season of the year. greatly needed. Carver. present. "IS AS DEAD ASA SMELT" TRY MOTHER'S BREAD TENTS ALUMNI WELCOME JUNE CLASS MONDAY WOODMERE P. T. A. ELECTS OTTICfRS THE COUNTY W.C.T.U. WILL HOLD INSTITUTE A ï WO-YEAR OLD BABY lAKESHIKt FRANKLIN GRADUATES ITS TIRSI CLASS HOW MUCH DO YOU OWE US?