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Lents, Multnomah County, Oregon, September 20. 1917
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A FEW BUSINESSES
PICKED AT RANDOM
Gdraqe, Studio and Saddlery Covered
In Industrial Survey Make
At H01II, Footer Road, the Lento Gar
age io situated, Axel Kildahl having ee-
tablialied it there six year« ago. He
«¡>ent the previous fivw years working
among automobile« and aeroplane« and
any one who has had the inialortune to
need a repair man and ha« engaged hia
aervhwe can teotify to the fact that lie
learned the business thoroughly.
Thi« Hummer haa been a busy one for
him. A atudy of the eaah register shows
that it lias lieen ringing on an average
of kA times a day all Hummer. Hr haa
had five men besides himaelf working
moat of the time and haa constantly
been crowded to capacity He lias about
aa completely equipped a garage and
machine shop aa can lie found, includ
ing all the paraphernalia necessary to do
vulcanising quickly and well. Axel haa
a retail «hop aa well aa the garage and
rv|iair departments end handle« all well
known lines of high grade acevesoriee,
besides of course all oils and gasoline.
I be Arteta Studio.
Don’t judge by appearance«, is a good
mouo. Although the outside of the Ar
ista Rtndio ie not prrteutlous or large It
ia no Indication of the quantity or qual
ity of work done by 0 F. Palmer, the
young proprietor, who ia busy to capaci
ty all the lime with bis photographic
work. Mr. Palmer roughs out thia lit
tle business two and one-half years ago,
it having bwn eetablislwd for something
like ten year«. He makes a specially of
children’s photograph«, twing patient
and resource! ul with the youngsters. He
also does a large buamem in developing
and printing for amateur«, as well aa ea-
larging of all kind». He ia tiurroughly
prepared to do either inside «r outside
photography. He la fortnntte'enougti to
hav« the sauMtaru-a of hia mother in his
work—not every young man is equally
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Western Saddlery Company.
BAZAAR AND KIRMESS
Al YEAGFR lilt AIRE
The ladiee ot Hl. Peter*« Church of
I ¿Mita will hold their Bazaar tomorrow,
(Friday) at the Yeager Theatre. It will
I m > open to lite public throughout the
day. The ladiee have worked hard for
the succeee of thia annual event and are
Imping for results comtnenanrate with
lite lalmr exjx’nded.
In the evening the Klnneee will be
Mtaged. Over one hundred people will
appear in thia grand pageant, talant
from all over the city having lawn
drawn on for the oceaaion. Thia fea
ture of tlie day'a feetivitiee will occur at
8 00 o’clock and will prvwent a very
brilliant and apeetaeular acene. Pre
vious enteriainmanta given under the
auspices of the ladles of St. Peters war
rant the concluaion that tine event will
be worthy of a capacity house.
LENTS SCHOOL TO
SEW FOR RED CROSS
Sating And Domestic Science De
partments To Teach Conser
Mias Barrett ie again in charge of the
sewing classes of the l-ente school and
the girls of the school are pleased to
have her back again. Emphasis will oe
placed upon making over garments,
conservation being the key note of the
school along all lines, but certain de
partments, as the sewing and domestic
science, afford greater opportunities for
instilling Uda principle.
will be made to conserve material with
a view to reduce the high coot of living.
All classes will work for the benefit of
the Red Cross which will form a large
part of the work of ths sewing classes.
Pupils are asked to bring worn-out
table linen, cut out the unworn parts
and hem the pieces for napkins. The
children will also bo taught how to
The garment work will also continue
thia year. Gertrude Kooki, of the 8-A
claaa, haa the beet record ia sewing
having made six garments last term.
Mr. Shanks, the manual training
teacher, has joined the Aviation Corps,
and will leave for the East in two or
The school registration baa now
At 5W1 77th Bl. 8. E., a new business
wax opened up about Inly 12th this year
by J. W. Horner under the above name.
Mr. Horner was bom and raised in a
iiarneaa «hop, he tell« us, and has never
done anyUnng else. He has been locat
ed Hi Buffalo, W yoming, for the past
nine year«, and in opening hie shop ben-
he experts to mannlseture saddle« and
other harness shop products for sale in
Wyoming, Montana, and other cattle
raising state«. His specialty ia saddles,
but lie makes bridles, plain and fancy,
and all the thousand and one things
dear to the heart of the cowpuncher.
Mr. Jamea Winton haa reopened hia
For a little home taste of the ’wild and
market at the old location in tbe
wooly*' drop in and «ee Mr. Horner.
Crum A Chamber« Bldg., at Millard
A^sHt'i Ji ,t
• airy x
Ave. and 72nd St. lie la well known in
Business Versus Pollflcs.
thia section and hia old patron« am glad
After months of debate the food con to have him back again and hope that
trol bill became a lew?
be will stay.
Durihg that time Mr. Hoever had
Since leaving Portland Mr. Winton
been at work, had organised Ilia depart liaa had many pleasant Motor tripe, ri«o
ment with volunteers, had analysed th« many thrilling experieocee. With hia
factors of the situation and when the family and a party of friend« they en
bill was mgnsd lie bed thought oat and joyed a delightful trip through Florida
laid before the people a well-defined anti all the Southern State«, starting
plan of action.
at l<os Angeles, Calif. While passing
While the Senate talked Hoover through Ariaona several nights were
worked an? acted. When it got through spent on the liorder. In one instance
talking he was ready to act.
they were molested by a band of thirty
There is a world of difference lietwecn Mexicans who told them they could not
a business man and a politician. To the remain thereover night. However, Mr.
budneas man doing is the only thing Winton informed hi« party that they
that counts and word« are oTwi^only would remain where they were, as he
to expedite action.
tiad hod dealings with the Mexicans be
To the politician words are every fore and thought he know how to han
thing an<l he is proud when he scans the dle them, but about 8:00 a. m. they
Congressional Record and reflects that were tired at and shots returned, but no
tliey are full of words, largely hie o«m. one was injured.
His chief anxiety t>eing to hold hi«
One of the most beautiful spots visit
job, he shrinks from action lest it should ed was the petrified furoate. Every leaf
cost loss of vote« and
covers his and branch *aa forme# ot layers of
cowardice with a cloud ot words, aa the faintly colored stone. The entire mass
■levilflsh covers his retreat with a flrxxi formed an appalling sight, long to be
” y » *WreBI<'*' *>'
Mr. Winton has ■!recently been em
ployed guarding the mail trains in Se
Rural Domestic Note.
Rome men can’t tinderwaad why their attle and was there during the recent
wives are so tired at the end of a <l«y'i strike. HedM not «scape altogether un
work. Go to the average farm* aad injured however, as he carries many
notice the riding plows, the riding* oal- bruises from stones hurled at him.
OF ARTETA RESIDENT
tivotors, <nd even the riding grind-
«tones. Then go to the house aad aee
how many riding diahwaahen and tid
ing washing machinea you can see —Ex.
Quits Dairy and Opens Garage.
Chris Gesme, formerly of the Jersey
I-ily dairy, account of the sale of which
by auction was noted in our columns
last week, la arranging tor go Into the
garage busineae with a partner la Port-
cured and th sir toccata mrna aMsrfid.
Mrs. Soothard «ven Luncheon.
The ladiee of the Creston Parent
Teacher Amoetation gave a delightful
luncheon on Thursday afternoon of last
weak in honor of Mr«. E. E. Southard,
who left on Monday of thia week for
her new heme at Dalls». Mrs. South
ard has been a very active member of
the Creston organize tton and will'be
Th« boat wishes of a
hoot of frionda will follow hor to her
FAREWELL FEST EOR
Members of Clinton-Kelly Methodist
Church Give Luncheon In Honor
Of Departing Member.
WINS FIFTH PLACE
The Granges of the county were in
full evidence st the County Fair at
Gresham last week.
am, Rockwood, Russellville, Itenta and
Multnomah chapters were all on tbe
grounds with an exhibit.
Grange again captured tbe blue ribbon,
with Russellville as a close second.
Lents Grange received fifth place.
There was a shortage of vegetables and
borne cooking, notwithstanding which
however, a very creditable display was
Mrs. George Spring was in
charge of tbe Lenta exhibit the most of
Mrs. Rodgers, of tbe Lenta Grange,
had charge of the Ladies’ Rest Room.
Most of the credit for the local exhibit
is given to Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. Bnnffius,
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fury, T. J.
Kreader and A. F. Miller.
The home ot Mr. and Mrs. E. L. An
derson, 41st Ht. 8. E., near Creston Sta
tion, was preempted on Friday evening
last by a company of ladies from the
Clinton-Kelly Methodist Church of that
vicinity, witli a generous sprinkling of
“honorary" members to make things
The occasion wax a luncheon given in
honor ol Mrs. E. E. Southard, an active
and much appreciated member of the
Clinton-Kelly Church, on the eve of her
departure to her new home at Dallas,
where Mr. Southard haa purchased a
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson have a well-
earned reputation among a wide circle
of friends for their hospitality ; this event
but added to their laurels, although they
were very ably assisted at this time by
the ladies of the church and it goes
without saying that ladies aids are
adepts at putting tilings across.
Forty-Four Yews Ago September 14
Table« were set the length of the par
This Grange was Organized-
lors in the form of an “L” covers being
laid for 36. A delicious repast was spread i
Celebrate by Program.
in tempting array before the guests, to
which ample justice was done. Dr. and
On October 6tb, at the grange hall
Mrs. Parsons, who formerly se< vd the
Clinton-Kelly congregation, were among on Division Bl-, the Evening Star Grange
the guests of honor, Dr. Parson« leading will come bedecked in all her gaudiest
in the after-dinner speeches, followed fig leaves and «miles prepared to do her
by Rev. Calder,- the present pastor, both self proud celebrating. It will be some
gentlemen «peaking in appreciation of celebration too. Grand Master J. J.
Mrs. Hootbard in church work as well as Johnson nas the affair well in hand and
in her activity along lines making for be takes asms pride in remembering
community In-tterment. Mrs. Southard that while it is the 44th anniversary of
made a very modest res|>onre to these the Evening Star chapter it ia also his
remarks of those who evidently ap 14th anniversary m grand master, and
preciated her worth more than she did that during all that time be has only
once missed a session, being at Tillamook
The remainder of the evening was aa state lecturer and the train connec
tions made his return impossible. Dur-
•pent in music and social intercouxse.
Mrs. Southard wa« bidden God-spee&as ing the 44 years ot its existence there
she leave« for her new home and the has only been one month when this
hope expressed in the nature of a grange has missed a session, that being
prophecy that «lie very boou find a place when Johnson Creek overflowed its
for herself in the hearts and home« of banks and flooded out their usual place
the little Polk
metrojoli« of meeting.
An exceptionally good program will be
whither she has already gone.
rendered on this anniversary occasion.
The morning session will be devoted to
tits ■ i
c < i j t,
routine business and work in tbe third
and fourth degree, which wilU be con
ferred upon a clam of candidates by their
degree team in whom they take great
pride There are sixty persons in the
team, which has frequently been called
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upou by the 8tate Grange to do work
One Thousand Auto Parties Enjoy for that body. Tbe afternoon session
will be open to the public.
Salmon Fishing At Eagle Creek
be addressee by former State Superin
tendent of Schools Ackerman, now
Principal of Monmouth Normal School,
on “Common School Prohlems," by
Mr. Stevens, ot Stevens Cash Store,
George H. Himes of tbe Oregonian His
Lenta, accompanied by bis two sons
torical Society on “Reminiscences of
and a party of friends enjoyed a trip up
Southeastern Portland," by George P.
the Columbia Highway Bunday, going
aa far oa Bogle Creek, where they Lent on “Early Grange Days," by Mrs.
Edith Tosier Wethered and by Mrs.
joined with hundred« of other sports
0. H. Blanchard.
The latter will
men in airy at salmon fishing, and
probably be given in form of a news
were eacceeefal ia landing several, the
paper in Mrs. Blanchard’s inimitable
smallest weighing 20 lbs.
The Staples Orchestra will be on
pounder waa landed. - One of the party
camo near being towed out to sea by an hand, and arrangements are being made
extra large fellow who bad no notion of for several well known soloists to help
being caught; neither would hia would- out in the entertaining features. There
be oaptor relinquish his hold, with the will be a regular Home-Coming time for
result that things were exceedingly in all old members, past and present, and
an altogether good time is promised for
teresting around there for a little while,
but at last the huge fish, which it wax
estimated must weigh about 40 lbs. suc
ceeded in making hia get-away. Tbe
The Knocker Gets His.
Stevens party found a deep hole which
with a great big smile,
was just alive with these fish.
1,000 automobiles wore parked along stood leaning on tbe rail, as out across
tbe creek while their occupants engaged the rising tide the ark began to sail;
in the sport of fishing under such favor and turning then be said to Ham, “My
able conditions as only thia time of year boy, just see them scamper; they are
There were many the guys that stood around and tried
’'ducking«,'' but that was all in tbe my work to hamper. They always said
day's sport. One thing sure, tbe Fish I was a fool, my job was no account;
Trust haa small chance of scaring a today they're headed for the hills,
goodly portion of the population of while we go to the mount. They always
Portland and vicinity if this weather had their harpoons out, and used them
rain or thine, and said the time was
coming soon when eurely I’d get mine.
They kept it up from year to year while
Card of TMhks.
I kept driving nails, and said they’d
We wish to thank our neighborland beta hundred ven the old tub never
friends for their kind assistance during sails. I never used to say a word, but
tbe illness and subssquent death of our kept on sawing lumber, although I felt
a lot relieved when it began to thnnder.
beloved hhiband and father.
And so, my boy remember this, and
Mrs. W. R. Haynes,
paste it in your hat, those knockers
Mr. W. lx Haynee,
ne’er , will get a chance to land on
Mr. I Ajyd Hayvea
Ararat If they'd have joined and
Mrs. Rose Rtinweie,
worked with ma, and made , the old ark
Mr. H. H. Haynee,
bustle, they wouldn't, have to worry
Mr». Gladys Heisler,
now and for tbe high spots rustle.
Miss Edith Haynee,
when von see a guy that works hard at
his job each day give him a boost and
not a knoed as you.go on your way; and
Save the wheat; save the meat;
when .therein begins to foil» Mid ypn
Careful how you eat,
are feeling rpUep. he’ll coipe along and
TMt wMh bread the aoMera fed
boost for jroa,.U> shpw he's not for
May win a lasting peace.
LANDS 26-LB FISH
NEWSY ITEMS FROM
DOWN THE LINE
Chronicle of Weekly Events In Arleta
And Kern Park Varied And Full
Of Interesting Doings.
A number of tbe ladiee of the Anabel
Presbyterian church attended tbe Mis
sionary Normal Claes being conducted
by Rev. Milligan of New York, at the
First Presbyterian church Wednesday
forenoon, ale? the meeting of the Pree-
byterial Society of Portland Presbytery
in tbe afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jessie and family
of Linnton, spent Bunday at the home
of Grandma Bbaw of 3711 -76tb St. 8. E.
Mr. Jessie has bean foreman in the big
Wilaon lumber mill at Linnton for a
number of years. He says the men are
receiving good wages and are working
full time and many of them putting in
Mr. Jno. A. Eeard, Chief Examiner
of Merchandise, in the U. 8. Customs
serviee at this port, Mrs. Beard and
Mr. and Mrs. Ellton Shaw motored up
the Sandy Sunday afternoon. They re
port the number of machines up tbe
highway ou that afternoon unusually
large. A great number ot persons were
seen fishing in the Saody river while
the camping grounds along the route
were filled to overflowing with pic
Sfnce the recent rains have
washed the dust from the foliage,
cleared away tbe smoko and cooled the
ale it io an ideal time to enjoy a trip np
tbe scenic highway.
A delicatessen sale is being arranged
under tbe auspices of tbe Ladies’ auxil
iary of Troops A. B. and O. Cavalry.
ChkM, salads, chicken, jelly, etc. will
be on «ale, the proceeds to be used for
the benefit of tbe soldier boys. Come
and buy your Sunday dinner.
MILLION DOLLAR FUND
FOR ARMY LIBRARIES
Miss Winmfred McLucas, of tho
l*nt« Library, ha« been authorized to
effect a local organization for the pur
pose of raising the quota apportioned to
this district for tbe *25,000 which repre
sents Oregon’« share of the million-dol-
lar fund to equip every army camp and
cantonment in America and Franco
Many of the most
prominent men and women in Oregon
have been appointed by Governor
Withyeombe on the Oregon Council.
Mite McLucas ie endeavoring to find
some one who will accept tbe chairman
ship of a committee to handle the Lenta
district. This is a splendid plan and
should meet with the hearty co-opera
tion of all.
Our finest manhood haa
responded to their country’s call and it
ie the duty of the nation to keep these
men in the finest trim mentally and
Monday next, the 24th inet., is the
day for tbe big drive for this purpoee
and it is hoped by that time to find
some one who will look after thia sec
tion. Some of our fl nee t boys have
gone to the front and we should be in
terested in all that concerns their wel
A meeting is being held at the Li
brary at Lente this afternoon aa we go
to press and it is expected that an or
ganization «nil be effected at this time
to carry on thia campaign in this dis
LENTS PASTOR . ,
Baptist Congregation Reluctantly Part
With Pastor Who Has Served
Them Seven Years.
Miss Sylvia Hardman, a niece of D. L.
Ambler, of 7611 61st Ave. Woodmere,
The members of the Lente Baptist
haa mrr-«d her teaching down in the Chnrch tendered a farewell reception to
Cooe Bay country.
Rev. J. M. Nelson and family at the
The Arleta W. C. T. U. will meet at church on tbe evening of the 13th inet.
Lucky Cottage next ^Tuesday afternoon. Rev. Nelson and family expect to leave
All members are urged to attend. Tbe shortly, he having received a call from
following contributions have been made another field.
to tbe war work supplies by this Union:
Tbe church very reluctantly accepted
Made 17 housewives and equipped 3 com the resignation of Rev. Nelson a few
pletely, made 14 comfort bags and com weeks ago. During hie seven years 4»
pletely equipped 2, sent 21 lbs. colored pastor he has, by hie labors, endeared
rags, 3 strings of gun wipes, several himself to every member of the chnrah-
hundred on one string. Their contribu and congregation and they have many
tions to the Red Crees have included 21 reaeons to loo* remember the results of
lbs. sterilized white cloths, 23)A dox. some of hie efforts, aa he considered no
hemmed handkerchiefs, 21 tray cloths, sacrifice too great if it was for the up
54 sponges, 25 wash rags, 23 bed socks, building of the cause, for which he
20 dish towels, 11 pot holder«, 72 needle labored long and faithfully.
books, 68 pin bails, 75 gospels, 12 per
Mrs. Nelson will also be greatly
sonal letters, 40 button bags. These ar- missed, as she has been an active work
tieles were personally delivered by our er in all matters pertaining to the ip-
presdent, Mrs. Geo. Merry, to State toreete of the chnrch, eepecially in the
Headquarter«. At the last meeting of music of the, church, which is so im
the union Mrs. Ada Jolly was elected portant a part of the church «ervicee
superintendent of Mothers’ meetings and in which she bae taken a leading
and Mrs. Minnie Collins superintendent P**--*» .
of Flower Mission.
In leaving Lento Mr. and Mn. Nel
Mrs. M. Johnson, of Canby, Ore., is son have tbe beet wishes, love and
visiting her sister, Mrs. Etta Hill, ol esteem of a united church and not only
Nsshville station. Mrs. Johnson has so, they have tbe highest regard and
bought a place at Firland and will soon respect of the «ntire community rijSrfl
move into her new home.
fees of chercb affiliation, owing to their
Rev. W. H. Amos and family and braed-minded attitude toward questions
Francis Jones left Saturday morning for which make for community betterment.
a short vacation tnp to Warrendale, re
turning the first of the week. Rev.
Amos will occupy his pulpit on Sunday
next after a much needed rest.
MARRIED AT LENTS
Mr. and Mrs. J. Beach.of Salem, (for
merly Miss Ernestine Roberts) were
guests at tbe homeof A. J. Hollicgworth
Two weddings of local interest oc
on Tuesday last.
curred during the past week, both oc-
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. McIntyre, ot Ar onrring in the same family. Tbe first
leta, entertained at a small recital party occurred on Saturdsy morning last at
at the auditorium last Tuesday week. St. Peters Church, at which time and
Among the guests were Misses Mary place Mary Ciselinski became tbe bride
Kawthorne and Wilda Henika.
of John Frierin ger. On Wednesday
Mrs. Alice M. Crofta of 7106-57tb morning at 8:00 o'clock, at tbe same
avenue has had as hgr guests Mr. and place, Chester Cteelinaki, tbe popular
Mrs. Frank Trew of Avaea, Iowa, who Lznte barber, and Mies Rosa Rohr-
arrived last Thursday from Coquille, hacher were united in the holy bonds
Both weddings were
Ore., where they have been visiting of matrimony.
their son, F. M. Trew. They left to solemnized by the nuptial high mass of
the Roman Catholic Church, Rev. P.
their home Thursday.
Art. Davis, who has been batter Bentgen offictatjng.
maker for Thomson’s Creamery for the unjte in wishing these young people
past four years, has returned to bis old happiness in abundance throughout
Chester ie prepar
position ss assistant to bis brother, their life journey.
” for tho town
E. E. Davis, the Laurelwood grocer.
«poa. his retars from bis .wedding
journey, the time for return and place
of which have not been divulged.
Sunday School Institute. (
At the meeting of tbe Executive Com
mittee W the District organisation ot
the Meltaoman County Sunder School
Association, for the Mt. Hoott Distriat,
bold early in the weak it was decided to
bold the next District Institute on
Watch out fos ,kbo pro
gram an<l other particular« which .<i 11
be published ia these oo I uvm later.
Uftresn. lor. tb* djatgtet ,<maai««ti0B
will bo elected at thia inetituto.
Lmts P. t. A. To tat.
- The Lents Parent Teecbor Association
will meet Friday, September 21st, In
tbe Lento school assembly hall at 2:45
..Mr. MarshallN. Dao*, feature writer
of the Journal will speak. ,
< Plans for the year will be discussed
All .tttereeted ore cordially invited Io