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Lents, Multnomah County, Oregon, June 28. 1917.
MILLER MOWREY MILL TO START RUNNING MONDAY
SAWS SILENI SIX YEARS
IO STARI BUZZING
S. S. INSTITUTE
HELD IN LENTS
FOURIH Of JULY Al
CHURCH IN PROPHECY.
MOUNT SCOTI PARK
Lwdl lumber Yard Changes Hands—
New Owners Klee A Kinder
Andbcl And Lents S. S. Orchestras
thirty Men Io Be I mployed.
furnish Musk—Dr. Waller And
Dr. Pratt Give Addresses.
Of far reaching importance to the
Rev. Geo. L. Carr, of 02nd Ave., 1«
The directors of the Mt. Scott Park
delivering a aeries ot lectures on the
. playground are planning a Fourth of
prophecies of the BiAle as fulfilled in
July celebration at the playground. The Continued Survey of Arleta business
the past and as they are now lieing ful
thousand From Portland To Attend community is invited to bring a family
District Covers Many
filled. The meetings are living held in
picnic noon lunch. In the afternoon be
Blq Celebration At Vancouver.
the Hellwood Nazarine Church. Begin
Lines of Activity.
Mt. Scott District, and particularly to
ginning at 1:30 there will be athletic
The Him.lav School Institute for Dis ning Monday evening, July 2nd, he will
l>enta is the welcome news that the
! event«, including apparatus stunts, a
The United Artisans of Lenta held
Miller-Mowrcy Mill is to be started UP trict No. 9, Multnomah County, will lie give the same addresses in the Lente
ball game, drills, folk games and a track
regular semi-annual election of
again, after being inactive for over ait
Wednesday evening, at
Sunday afternoon ami evening, July 1st.
Mr. Carr has studied these subjects
Efforts are being made U> eecnre an
which time the following were elected to
For some time the local mill was A very interesting program has l>een much the past three years and in able to
orcheatra for this occasion. Prof. Dam-
serve during the coming term: Paul
!>acb and Miss Geraldine Alderson, who Kaleidoscopic Pictures of Tailoring,
practically a subsidiary of the East Side arranged, Including excellent music and speak with maturity of thought upon
Locke, Master Artisan; Grace Thurston,
succeeds Mrs. Travis as girl«’ director,
Mill & Lumber Company, and now a
Millinery. Stationery, Ciqar
The first session will commence at
The meeting« are interdrnomina- ■Ufierintendent; Archie Conlee, master are very anxious to have the co-opera
new corporation, to be called the Rice
Stand. Novelty Store. Etc.
| ol ceremonies; .Mrs. Forte, inspector;
tion of the neighborhood in their efforts
A Kinder Lumber Company, has leased 3 :30, special music lieiug furnished by tional, free to everylsaly and begin at I
and Effie Jackson, instructor. The other
to make the Fourth of Joly celebrai.on
the plant and will throw on the power
officers will be appointed by the Master
effective and beneficial, as well as all
• im I start the wheels moving
Every orchestra. Rev. Calvin B. Waller, one week from time of beginning.
Harry E. Hall. Attorney.
pastor of the White Temple, will give
The following is an outline of the Artisan.
the work of the season. Miss Alderson
thing has been t 'ken good care of, the
Mr. Hall believes that the greatest
An announcement from the Supreme
an address on the “Surrendered Life.* themes to be presented :
is teaching basket weaving among other
saws are not even rusty for they were '
The orchestra ol the Ixmts Evangelical 1 "The Bruised Head ami the Bruised Officer, 60S Heck Bldg., was read, invit things, which is such a delightful ac need of the district at present ie the
carefully and heavily greased when the
paving of Foster Road, as he believes
ing the Ix-nts chapter to attend the cele
complishment for little girl«. Parents this is the beet residence district of
mill was closed down. There will be Sunday School will furnish special
?. “The Heco.id Coming of Christ.”
are requested to call at the park and
some ner<-saary repairs, which will be
At 4 :45 a Question Boz will lie con 3 "The Seven Mysteries ot the King Four thousand Artisans are expected to show their appreciation of the work Portland, and merely needs to be
commenced ujion Monday when the new
better known to be better appreciated.
attend from Portland, including the drill
dom During the Church Age.”
which is being done to insure healthful Attorneys are scarce in the Mt. Scott
manaxera take hold. It ia expected to ducted, after which the business inci
teams of the various lodges.
and wholesome Sammer activities for District, and readers bar! better make a
«tart the mill in actual operation in a
On the evening <*! July 5th the mem
At 6:00 a community lunch will be
wi*ek or ten days. For the present
mental note of Mr. Hall’s address, the
bers of the local chapter, together with
The Signs of the Times.”
The tennis court is another feature of number is 8506 Foster Road. He has
probably thirty men will be employed, enjoyed. Those participating are re
The Present Work and Occupation
the park which ie engaging the interest been three years in practice here, and
•nd the mill gradually brought up to its quested to bring sandwiches and
of Christ During ttieChurch Age.” Assembly No. 1, and witness a public of players and would-be players. The
full complement of something like 75. doughnuts. The ladies of the Baptist
finds business a little better than last
installation of officers, after which a
Church will furnish coffee.
7. The Tribulation Period.”
co-operation of the men and boys of the year. Of coarse he is a member of the
The maximum capacity of the mill ia
8. "Showing I he Seven Fold Picture of
community ie most earnestly solicited Southeast Portland Civic League, the
•bout 75,000 fent per day.
Mr. T. L
for the evening service. Music will be
Christ’s Dealing With the Church served. Five Hundred will also be play so that the ground may soon be ready
Rice ia at present connected with the
booster club for that district.
ed, prizes to be given to winners. Ad
furnished by the combine«! orchestral.
at His Return.”
for the equipment, which has been
St. Johns latmlier Company, being the
mission will be free to all.
promised by the manager of parks, Mr.
Treasurer of the Ownpany.
of Service” will be given by Dr. Geo.
The next regular meeting of Lents
L. F. Brasure, Real Estate.
Conville. Tennis is one of the best out
thought that he will take the active
Assembly will be on the evening of July
B. Pratt, Superintendent of the 10. "Round Table or Question Box.”
One year ago Mr. Brasure moved to
door games for those who are engaged
management of the local mill.
Centenary .Methodist Sunday School.
It is hoped that the people of the Mt. 3rd, since the regular meeting night falls in sedative occupations. For this rea bis present location, in the same office
Mowrcy who has had charge for so long,
The Kapella Ladies Quartette will ren Scott District will embrace the opportu on the Fourth it has been voted to hold
son if for no other there should be a as Mr. Hall, from Woodmere. Hie
will probably remain with the new com
the meeting the evening before, Only
der two patriotic selections at the even nity to hear these timely discussions.
court or two in the Millard Avenue chief business just now is in x>ane and
pany in some capacity, also Mr. Crum-
ing service. Everybody ie invited to
one more regular meeting will be held
rentals, for there is very little real
well the efficient and courteous book
attend these sessions.
before the contest closes.
estate business at present. He made
Georgs Walrod and Oacar
The Seaside excursion will be lield
Odd Fellows Give Benefit.
several sales last year.
Lenta are also employed by the present
The Odd Fellows assisted by the Ke July 14-15.
company, and there ia every prospect
A very pretty home wedding occurred
bekahs of Arista put on a “benefit” en-
of their remaining
on Thursday evening of last week at the
Mrs. E. J. Howard.
tertainnient at the Princess* Theatre Tues
The two noticeable ways in which
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Geseell, of
Nine years ago Mrs. E. J. Howard
lx'nts will I m * benetltted will lie in the
S5th St., at which time their daughter, opened her dry goods and millinery
a capacity house, due in part to the un
increased local payroll, most of which
Miss Ruth, became the bride of Harold shop at 6504 Foster Road. Her leading
Wednesday evening a benefit in the tiring efforts of tie* committee during the
will undoubtedly go to local men, and
B. Wagstaff, of Woodmere, Rev. O. N. line is millinery. She has a good
the relief to the fuel situation which interests of the Re*I ('rues was staged in week in selling tickets. A brief home
Taylor, rector of St. Paul’s Episcopal choice of spring and summer bats now
Mies .Mildred Boone of Kern Park, Church, officiating.
the local manufacture of slabwood in Ilia Yeager Theatre at Lents, under the talent program was rendered lietween
The wedding on her shelves and in her display win
large quantities will Immediately afford. auspices oi the local Auxiliary, ft was i the regular shows, the chief features of appeared in a “by-invitation” elocu- march was rendered by Miss Anabel
dows. She finds the lateness of the
No event for the past few years has a pronounced success, netting its pro- j which were readings by Miss Mildred tion recital at the residence of Mrs. Wagstaff, sister of the groom. Mrs.
season has been a severe handicap to
been so important to the community,
Fred Frost sang, “O Perfect Love.”
business this year, but it shows signs of
day evening, June 20. This is Miss
and the effect on th" business men will made possible by the generosity of Mr. '
The couple were unattended. The rapid improvement. She has a fine lo
Mildred's initial recital under the bride was gowned in a traveling suit
I k * at once apparent in renewed hojM'-
ceeds of the evening to the ladies, funds of the Odd Fellows' treasury, auspices of the Giliespie School of Ex- of dark green silk, and carried a shower cation. right at Arleta station and on
fulness and increased energy.
supplemented by the tireless efforts of which bail Is"*!! depleted owing to the nression, and it included readings and boquet. The wedding occurred at S:00 ; the coi ner of the street that leads to
the ladies of the committee in selling large amount of illness among the mem pantomime work, one selection of the o’clock, only the immediate families of the Poet Office. She ie the only mil
tickets during the week. Missi s Elenore I bers during the Winter.
latter being original.
Flower« pre- the contracting parties being present, liner between Lents and Grand Avenue,
and gets customers all up and down the
Wood, Elizalieth Hyde, and Thelma
Rented to Miss Mildred attested the with the exception of a few relatives
line. She makes up, herself, whatever
and Mildred Sweeney acted as ushers,
appreciation of her audience.
from out of town.
Public Spirit In Lents.
ie wanted in this line. Her ordinary
costumed in their red cross uniforms
Mr. and Mrs. Wagstaff are both j prices are lower than Portland prices,
Wednesday evening a lady living on
prepared for the Rose Festival parade.
popular young people of the Woodmere ■ but they are especially reduced just
About « year ago Mr. C. C. Tripp,
A meeting of the local auxiliary was 71«t Ave walked up to the Herald office
district and have many friends who now to clean out quickly this season’s
Superintendent of the Analie) Presby held on Wednesday afternoon at the inquiring for the place of meeting of
Friday evening, June 29th, a farewell join in wishing them a long and happy
terian Sunday School, who baa always home of Mrs. C 1‘. McGrew. Five new the Lente Improvement club.
We reception will he given to Mr. and Mrs. life. They will be at home to their stock.
realized the important part which good names were added to tlie ineiuliership learned that she is interested in a clean Edwards, of 68tli St. and Millard Ave., friends at 752'»59th St. 8. E. after Au-I
(Continued on Page 4.)
music has in the Sundav School, after list, making fifteen in all. The after- er Mt. Scott District. She would like at the Millard Avenue Presbyterian
rending an article in « Sunday School noon was spent in sewing, It 1« expect* to see the old tin cane, brush and gar church.
Mrs. McGrew Gives Luncheon.
magazine conceived the idea of an ed to have the sewing room of the school bage hauled away regularly. She would
Mr. and Mrs. Edwards expect shortly
F. O. McGrew entertained a
The for the next meeting, arrangements for like to see Foster Road paved and be to move to their country home near
orchestra in hie own school,
party of friends at luncheon on Tues
article was passed on to Mr. E. P. which, however, are not as yet complete. lieve» that every citizen should lie pub Oswego, ami their departure will be felt
day afternoon. The guests greatly en
Town; assistant Superintendent am)
lic spirited enough to do hie ehare in as a loss by the neighborhood and
joyed the games and social hour spent
chorister of the Sunday School, He
keeping alive an organization whose church.
and the dainty luncheon served by the
got the vision ami l*egan at once to de
duty it ie to plan for euch things. Do
Their triends and their friends' friends
velop the talent at hie command. Af
we business men second the motion? are invited to come to the social event ben Wilson Post G. A. R. and Shiloh I
Those present were: Mrs. E. L.
ter a few months Ruth Johnson, Mil
If we do, let us get busy, he!|
held in their honor. A program is to
Rayburn and daughter, Mrs. F. Sand
and Noble Taylor,
women to keep the club active and
Is* given during the evening, including tending the State Encampment at ers and children. Miss Delia Whitlock,
violinists, Garnet Johnston, Organist,
together for the things which this
selections by a double male quartette Forest Grove this week. The special Mrs. Edith Henderson and two child
and Mrs. C. C. Tripp, pianist, were
of the citv needs, and which it
from the Hollingworth Studio of vocal car left Portland for Forest Grove Tues ren, Mrs. Swertsman, Mrs. R. C.
playing (or Sunday School. The per
day morning. The city was beautifully
music at Arleta.
Prince, Mrs. Nellie McGrew, Mrs. J. C.
formance ol these young |>e<>ple in Congregational Church, the occasion be
decorated in honor of the visiting veter-1
ing the installation and ordination ot
McGrew. Virginia Miller, Mrs. F. O.
spired others to join them until now
ans. A parade was the chief feature
McGrew and children.
Mr. Town is conducting an orcheatra of Mrs. J. J. Handsaker as pastor. Mrs
Handsaker studied in a Theological
The G. A. R. Circle presented the
The first public appearance of tho Seminary before her marriage and dur
High School of the city with a portrait
orcheatra outside the Anals-1 church
of President Lincoln; the Relief Corps 1
will I m * at the Sumlay School Institute Laurel wood. She is president of the
presented the same school with a large |
held in tho lents Baptist church at
Flag. The presentations were made !
3:30 Sunday afternoon, July 1.
brief addresses, responses being
In the sorg services of both the after Congregational churches in Oregon and
made by the Principal and teacher of
A council of the Portland Congrega
noon ami evening sessions the combined
the High School.
tional churches was held in the Laurel
orchestras of the Grace Evangelical and
The Lents Delegation of Shiloh Circle wood Congregational Church, Tuesday
Anabel Presbyterian Sunday Schools
include the following:
Mesdames evening, June 26, for the purpose of
will take part.
Free Methodist Church.
Lillah Maffett, Lillian Thomas. Mina liceusing Mrs. J. J. Handsaker to
The following is the personnel of the
Smith. Alice Woodworth, Lula Scherin- preach.
S|>eeial services will I m - conducted in
orchestra: Horace Simmons, Ellton
erhorn, Alice Rossall, Laura Rossal),
Representatives from the following
the Fn>e Methodist Chapel Sumlay after
Shaw, Paulus Shaw, Clifford Smith,
Congregational churches were in at
noon nt 2:00 o’clock under the auspices
Mrs. L. M. Lasley, Dorothy Neitzel,
Reuden Wilson Post delegates are. tendance: First Congregational, At
of the Humlay school, Mr. George Bey-
Noble Taylor, Mildred Deaver, Ruth
8. D. Peterson, John Walrod, Noah kinson Memorial, Park Rose, Pilgrim,
mer, sii|>erintendent. Childern’s flay
Johnson, J. V. Simmons, E. P. Town,
Coonrat, J. L. Scheuerman and Rudolph and Waverly Heights.
exercises will I m * held at this time, the
Conductor, Garnet Johnston, Organist,
Rev. A. J. Snllens, Superintendent
program consisting of recitations, songs The St. Paul Garden Bureau Encourages Community Gardening Hummel.
Mrs. C. C. Tripp, Pianist, Harry ami addresses by the children and mem
ot Home Missions was Moderator and
ber« of the Sumlay school,
bccomo soldiers of tho soil when ns Ford automobile and replacing the Ford tasiern Star Enter Idins Grand Officers Rev. Morse of Atkinson Memorial
many gardens nro planted on tho 14-acro wheels with tho tractor device. While the
At 3:00 p. ni. the pastor of the First
Last Thursday evening was a very Church Scribe.
tract ot land given by a local real estate picture shows three men operating it, the
After a rigid examination by the
Mr. Christie L Smith, of 0019 30th
occasion in local Eastern Star
firm far the use of home gardens. Tho
Ave. H. E , who died the last of the Alexander B«*ers, will preach an appro tract has been divided into lots of 30 by a power plow.
circles. At this time the Matrons of Council Mrs. Handsaker was duly li
Flags will be put up on the plot and also the Eastern Star of the city chapters censed. After the business session the
week was hurried on Monday, funeral priate sermon, taking as his subject 125 feet, and each family will plant a
placards distributed by tho Saint Paul were present and put on the initiatory ladies of the home church served re
services being held at Kenworthy’s ’'The Parents' Compensation ill Train ■unply of vegetables.
The land has never before been under Gardening Bureau, reading, "Honor tho
eha|>el. Interment in Multnomah cem- ing the Child.” Rev. Mr. Beers has had cultivation. Children cleared the land flag by protecting this garden as a part of work. There was a very large gather freshments.
tery. Mr. Smith was H7 years of age.
ing. Several grand officers and past
the nation's food supply.”
of rubbish and the city hauled it away.
The land has been made ready for
This tract will I ms ono of tho largest grand officers were present as guests of
ami leaves a wife and one son. He had during his 23 years of college work ami
Misa Blanche Leinbach, of Sacramen
been an (hid Fellow for 29 years and is prepared to discuss the subject intelli seeding by a Staudo Mak-o-Tractor mado community gardens in Saint Paul. It is honor. Refreshments were served at to, Calif., is visiting in I«ents, the guest
had been awarded the 25 year jewel. He gently. A good attendance is expected Company, Saint Paul, Minnesota.
■ever before cultivated are being used for the conclusion of the evening's cere of her cousin, Mrs. John Hows, of 6104
at these meetings.
had lieen ill for the past year.
The tractor attachment is brought into gardens in Saint Paul thia year.
83rd St. 8. E.
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