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Mt Scott Herald
Newsy Items from Nearby Points
"For you a rose in Portland grows."
T. Adkins ol Clackamas, was in Lents
A DEPARTMENT CONDUCTED BY OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS
on Tuesday, coming in on buxinea*.
Mrs. Harry Upham, of yiMf-irjnd
Cornelius, Oregon, Tue*»lay aftern«x»n. street is entertaining Mrs. Uptpun ol
Mrs. Anna hn-tsebmer, who has
Little Ignore Simmons, about eight Albany.
spent the past year with relatives in ths
of age, wax burned so l»adly that
Two important things in thia life you
Southern part of the State, has re
ahednxl ax a roxult of the explosion of a should do—buy a government Ixmd and
turned to th»- home of her daughter.
Mrs. F. A. I a-h man, where she will gasoline stove on the camp groun»t al pay your sulieciption.
Analx-l Monday afternoon. The family
lent» is very quiet there day* Every
make her future home.
resides at Turner, Ore , and can»» to one who can get away 1« in the city at
G. H. Richey has returned from a Portland to attend the caiup meeting.
tending the Rose Show.
trip to Jordan Valley. Southeastern
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Holway, of 96th
Oregon, where he spent several weeks.
He will spend several weeks with friends Williamson. 6.5th strew. He is from St., are »(»ending the week at Seaside.
They will remain over Sunday.
in this vicinity, la-fore returning to his the Bremerton Naval Station.
Mrs Clare Worthington, 8dth street
Nick Stiliians, ol 92nd street, (»winter
home in Cbrvalli*.
T. R. Berry has returned from Cen a»id Woodet»x-k avenue, visited with an>l paper hanger, fell ou Friday and
tralia, Wash., where lie was called last Mrs. A. W. Young, of laurolwixxl Park suffered a fractured rib ax a result.
Friday on account of the death of his on Tueeday.
Mrs. W. J McNeil and Mrs. Nick
The »feath of Mrs. Bendelow the last Faler are in Astoria this week in attend
brother. Caleb Berry.
1. F. Coffman, of lent»-, era* out dur of the w«-ek was a great shock to her ance at the State Grange.
ing the week, iooking after his valley many friends in the Mt. Scott district.
"We have conscriped our young men.
Her death occurred the Sth inst., and
Shall we lie more tender with our dol-
wax due to spinal menengitis. She wax
Precinct 307 in Pl«-aaant Valley ouried Monday afternoon in Mt. Scott lars' This pertinent queetiou is asked
by Secretary McAdoo.
registered twenty-five young huikies
last Tuesday. This is on^sixth of the
Wait until the ground is mellow be
I-aurelwood Review No. 58, Woman's
total registered voting population of the
fore planting potatoes. Then work it
Association of the Maccatxx-s, held their
of the precinct.
until it is mellow. You will get many
regular meeting at tl»e home of Mr». I»r.
more bushels by so doing.
The many friends of tester Robinson,
Lockwood. 4.5th avenue and 65th street
a former resident an»l pupil in Pleasant S. E. They decided at thia time to
There are over 5,000 men at present
Valley school, were shocked and grieved take up the Red Crow work.
employed in the shipyanls of Portland
to hear of his .feath. which occurre»l in
Ba.««*d on an average daily wag»- ol |3.50,
Mr. Black, who had a grocery store at
Portland last Sat unlay after a brief ill
they will draw >5,100.480 annually.
ness. Mr. Robinson was twenty-three 62n»i street, and Foster Road, has
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Wood and little
years of ag»- and leaves a wife and in trade»! it for a ranch near Monmouth. son. of Bull Run, motored over Satur
fant son; also his father and mother, Oregon.
day and «|»ent the week-end with Mr«.
The memlx»rs of the Arleta Baptist
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Robinson, a brother.
Wood's sisters, Mrs. Maiid Bleything
Milton, an-1 a sister. Mrs. Will Richey, Church tender»-»! their pastor. Rev. and Miss Wilhelmina Harvey.
besides a host of friends to mourn his T. S. Spriggs, a fan-well reception last
Mrs. Gertrude Pledger, formerly of
lent.«, but now of Seattle, Wash., is
The Children’» Day
Milton Robinson and Mis» Vena
visiting frn-mls in town. She is the
Frye, of Portland, were callers at tiie Arleta Baptist Church will take place house guest of Mrs. A G. Boatright, ol
home of Mr. an«l Mrs. <». W. Sager on on Sunday morning next at 10:00 9»>20-55th Ave., S. E.
o'clock. All are cordially invited.
Mrs. Fred Ne»*dhani and infant son
Mr. Heesamier, well known in the wiio have been visiting at the home of
Adolph Kasper transacted business in
Mt. ^coot district, passwi away Monday Mr and Mrs. Will Anderson of 92nd
tlie city on Monday
The people of this section do not feel morning at the Good Samaritan »treet, returned Mondav to their hou-.e
very enthusiastic over the Rose Carnival hospital following an ojx-ration.
Dr. E. G. Margaxon, of Tremont, and
thi* year. Umier the .«tress of existing
Misaes Myrtle McNeil and Madeline
conditions it is felt that the money his »laughter.Miss Buena, returned from Ptifer, both of lent», will leave Saturday
could have been spent U> much Better their motor trip to Eugene on Friday of morning for Monmouth where they will
advantage to the community and Na last week Merle Margason, L’.ot O. take a Summer course at the Normal
sophomore accompanied them.
tion—Liberty Bonds for example.
Mr». Hester Fisher McBroom, who
Tin- home of T. Cowing of Woodstock
was a bride of last month, will l>e at
Ave and 93rd stre«-t. is resplendent in a
home to her friends at 7405 83rd Ave.,
new coat of paint an-1 presents a spick-
Fine growing weather.
after June fifteenth.
and-span appearanc»- very pleasing to
The sunshine of the past two week»
Mrs. Rounds, of Woodlawn, paid a the eye.
has Ix-en a groat help to crop».
visit to a fnend at Nashville Station
Merl Berry, accompanied by his friend
A yearling wether here sheareil 12 last Thursday.
Arthur Wilson, arrived from Bingham.
llis. of wool last week. At 50 cents a
G. 8. Freeburger, of the Tremont Utah Mon-lay evening on a visit to the
pound this wa- a gi»«l return that coat Pharmacy, while out with his new auto
home of the formers parents, Mr
but little to keep. These -heep are very last Tuesdav accidentally ran into a
Mrs. J T. Berry, 94n3 57th Ave.
fat a» are all the «tock on the range.
telephone (sale, doing some slight dam
Th-- school election occurs Saturday
Mrs. F. E. Clark has gone io visit her age to the machine.
afternoon Every legal voter is entitled
-laughter. Mr-. <>ray. at Camas. Wash.,
Mr. and Mrs. Pearson, of Holliday to vote whether registered or not. The
where another »laughter. Mrs. Stofer, i« Addition, were Sunday callers at the
voting place for precincts 13*. 121 and
also staying at present.
home of Mrs. Etta Hill, 7105 57th Ave. 122 will l>e at the Ix-ntx »» bool.
Mrs. August Beidensteen and E. 1.
Miss Ella Champlain, of Sheridan, is
A Heiman, of Portnoman Farm, is re
Banter took in the Rose Festival this making a carnival visit to her aunt,
covering nici-ly after a couple of very
w»-ek, which undoubtedly drew big Mr«. Eetelle
Estelle O. River», at 5627
'»627 72nd. St. serious
F. A. Cal eon, of Kern Park, returned Emanuel Hospital alxiut tlire«- weeks
The classifiers -f the railroa») lan»l are last Thur-day from a business trip to ago.
working this way ami the «»putters who The bailee While there he visited his
If you wish to reonomixe on focal
have lived on their land continuously | son, Floyd, who is engaged in business
send to the < iregon Agricultu ral
since Dec. 191;’.. can soon arrange to about five miles from the city.
College, Corvallis, for their bulletin« on
get titles, All other» will have no prior
The graduating exercises of Franklin the extension service of
rights, but will have to take their
high school were held in the school au Agricultural Department.
chance* in a lottery
All person, are
Chris. Weis, of 89th St., . left for Ray-
eligible who »io not own land in fee ditorium last Tue»day evening.
Mrs. John Moore,' of Vancouver, mond, Wash. last week, i where he was
-imple, and they are entitle»l to draw
enough to nuke 160 acre« if they own Wash., was an overnight visitor at the marrie I on the 7th inst. to Mia* Myrtl«-
but a fractional part or a quarter sec home of Mrs. F. A. Carlson, 41-53 67th Hershey. They will reside at Raymond,
Mr. Weis having secured employment
tion, providing they have never ured St. S. E., last Thursday.
The Mt. Scott Park, at 72nd St. and there.
their homestead right*. Railroad at
Frank Foster, a former resilient of
torneys told the public a year or so ago Millard Ave., opened informally last
that the land had no value for agricul Saturday. Paraphanalia and children Lents, but who has s|x-nt the past year
with his brother at Austin, Minn., re
tural purposes. They talkeii tiiat way are all ready in working order.
liecaiis»- they were hired to talk that way
The Multnomah County all-day In turned to Ix-nts Sunday, and was a visi
and would have talk«-d different for stitute of the W. C. T. U. will be held tor at the homes of Messrs Geo. Dilley
more money Ax a matter of fact, tak in the Congregational Church at Arleta, and Wi.l Anderson.
ing into coti-ideration the goo»i health on Thursday of next week, the 21st
Mount Scott Circle, Women of Wood
prevailing, the pure water, the groat i inst. Mrs. Mattie M. Sleeth will pre craft. of Lente, will give a Jitney Social
growth of graxs ami grain and the fro»- side. All who know her way of con- at their hall in the Odd Fellows build
range. the ea—- and abundante in which j . ducting a meeting know that they will ing, Friday evening, June 22nd. There
vegetables and fruit can lx- grown ami > be treated to some of the keenest re- will be all kinds of eats, nothing to cost
the entire absence of death dealing i marks up-to-date. Ladiee are request- i over a jitney, they will also have a fish
storms, thi« country ha« many desirable ! e»l to bring their lunches ami their pond and grab bag, and a tine program.
I friends. Luncheon will be served in
Mrs. Walter Chappine, of Maricopa,
Luckv Cottage, adjoining the church.
Caiif , wa.« a vieitor at l>nts school one
day last week ami was entertained by
Mre. Darnall in the evening. Mrs. Chap
The sunshine and rain of the
pine wae formerly Mies Manila Zimmer
week is making bumper crop« for
“(> Joy," the children were shouting man and with her mother reside»! in
I riday. The closing of school wa« Lents.
Quite a little of the low land in the
Route No. 3 was in
the cause of their hilarity. A goo»l pro
5 alley remain« to lx- put into crop«.
the "Herald" i
Carlson A: Kalan-fer. contractors of the gram was rendered at the school or, that
office a pleasant call and incidentally
new school building in Happy Valfey.
paying two years' subscription
have the building ready for tiie shingle« journe»! to the grove on Johnson's
like<l the color of his money, but we
and the piaster.
like»! better his genial kindly spirit.
H. W. Kanne, Road Supervi«or for
Come again Mr. Bahr.
The paving of 82nd St., the Oregon
District No. 52. is using the road
Th»- faith and honor of the United states,
grader on the roads of this district, City road, from Kendal South, is rapid
back«-»l by all the n-sourc»* of the Na
smoothing and gravelling them.
one of tne l-est drive. in the rural ru - tion ami the American (x-ople comprise
the security tor a Liberty Loan Bond.
The Kendall Base Ball team have A Liberty Ixian Bond is a mortgage on
Arleld And kern Park.
all the resources and taxing pow>-rs ot
Mrs. Alic»-Taylor, who has l>een suf- been trying to open up operations for the Government and all of the res».urces
fenng with a severe attack of Grippe, is
of the American p»-ople.
feeling better at this writing and is aide stormy for so many Sundays that but
H. A. Darnall is attending the State
to be up and around the house,
at Astoria thi* week. He has
The ¡.adies’ Aid will meet on Friday
Mr. Williamson, who has not Ix-en
Ix-en busy for «orne time in painting hie
working while the «trike wa» on. wen»
son. The meeting was postponed last home on 92nd St., a part ot the time be-1
back to work Monday.
ing at the top end of three ladders splic
Who stole the rose bud« from the week on account of the school picnic.
ed together. He thinks he prefers to |
Mr». Mile» has l>een quite ill, but is walk on the earth and will feave the air
premises on the corner of 37th avenue
and 55th «treet S E.T The owner elowlv recovering.
to those whose aspirations take them
would like to know. They were liei.ig
kept for the Bremerton Naval crew who
M is* Loselle Kearney and Ralph
Judging from the cry aliout shortage
will tie in the rime festival parade
of labor in the agricultural sections of ' 8 per row, both ot Lente, member» of
Clarence Nickels, thirteen years of the country it looks like the man who the graduating ciane of Lincoln High
age. died of acute pleurisy on Monday. want* to work and is not qualified to School, ma>fe the high»«t honors of the
June 11th, at the home of his parent* on carry a gun would he in great demand class. They are to he congratulated.
85th St., R. E. He was a member of during the next four years.
Miss Kearney expect* to spend a year |
Summer Shoes, Sandals, Canvas Shoes and Slippers
For Men, Women and Children. Complete new assortment at
less than down town prices.
The Stevens' Cash Dept. Store
5827-29 92nd STREET
at mime kind of work with the object in
view of attending the State University
another year. Mr. Bperrow will enter
the ministry of the Evangelical Church.
The Children'» Parade, which formml
the opruing feature ot the Rose Eeetival
this year, was beautiful beyond compare.
The patriotic features were thrilling and
were well worth the expense and Vffort
incident to their production. There I
was a "sob in the throat and a blur in
the eye" as the beautiful column» |*aee-
ml, each contingent seeming more beau- |
tiful than the preceeding one.
Mr». Geo. Walrod, of 864O-.5«lth| Ave., I
ntepjimi on a needle during the week, I
breaking it off in her foot. An opera
tion wax performed on Sunday at the
G»«xl Samaritan ihepital in an effort to
locate the intruder,
but in vain.
Another operation was |M-rforiu«xl on
Tuesday. which proved more successful
ax the needle wax found, tint the had is
«till badly swollen and is very painful.
Near Foster Rd.
from our Stock that we want to tell you about
■ ■ •
that we carry a complete line of
PAINTS AND VARNISHES
TUT HFCT H0USE paint made
1 n£i DEO 1 TIME TO PAINT HOUSE
Come in anti see us, or phone and we will send you a man to
give vou an estimate on the amount of paint needed.
DO IT NOW!
thing we want to tell you alxiut is the
Come in and hear these wonderful instruments play, or if
you are interested we will send a demonstrating
machine to your home.
Gralanolas are priced from $16 and up on easy Monthly Payments.
Conte in and let us tell you about our easy payment plan.
MOUNT SCOTT DRUG CO
Of Course You Think ol
For Your Soldier Fnend
A VEST POCKET KODAK
BRING YOUR FINISHING WORK TO US
JNO. R. LEACH, Prop
Tabor 465 D 1716
6616 Foster Rd.
BICYCLE AND AUTO SUPPLIES
NEW AND SECOND HAND BICYCLES
SPORTI Mi (iOOi)S
C. A. NORWOOD
.’•907 I'o.Drr Road
W. Aimee Hollingwortb, A. B
Rex. Tafeir 2421
A Well Shod Horse
Rarely Goes Lame.
I»on't let your horse stiffer from bad
shoeing. We guarantee every job.
MATT GREENSLADE, Blacksmith
Foster Road and 93d St.