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DISTRICT NUMBER 45
HOLDS PATRIOTIC RALLY
ARE THERE ANY
Already 171 on Bulletin Board. 25
More to be Added. But there
May be More Yet.
LENTS SCHOOL IS
Mrs. Percy Will Explain Substitutes Prominent Speakers Assist at Dedica
Interesting Program Planned for Open Pupils Are Unanimous In Their Inten
Meetings Arranged by Arteta Baptist
tion of Service Flag.
Session in Afternoon.
tions to Raise Food to Help Win War
Church Feature Drs. Hinson. Waldo,
A food conserve’ ion meeting will be
A Patriotic Rally was held last Thurs
Marshall and Noted fenor.
The I.ents Grange wjjl meet Saturday
The Lenta school from the third grade
held at the Lente Branch Library, Hat- day evening al District No. 45 school
i beginning at 10:30
T. J. Kreoder,
through the eighth grade are 100 per
day Mar 9th. Mrs. Percy will give a house. This rally waa attended by a
Arleta Baptist church, Pastor W. G.
Although much attention has been talk on tlie aulistitutea for meat. Every
cent in their intentions to have borne
largo crowd gathered from all parts of
Handley, is to b>- congratulated upon first and second Degrees will be con
attracted to Lents through ita bulletin one la to bring a sample of their liest
the community for the chief purpose ot the talent they have secured for their ferred upon a class ol candidate* and gardens to help win the war. A good
board containing 171 names, there are meat substitute.
garden require* some knowledge of
seeing the Service flag dedicated.
ten night 8|>ecial Revival Meetings j other business will be transacted.
about 25 more which have lieeu handed
but "diligence, observation
There will l>e an exhibit ot war cook
The service flag was dedicated by
An old fashioned, country dinner will
which begin tonight. The Evangelist
in since the laal batch were added, and ery from the domestic science classes of
and enthusiasm” are qualities the
Judge Stapleton of Gresham who gavtf a
is H. E. Marshall and lie will lie assist tie nerved at noon. The lecture hour gardener mnst have so we are told.
it is planned to add tiie filial batch to the lamts School, also samples of some
! stirring patriotic address.
tel by singing-evangelist J. W. Troy, 1 will begin at 1:45.
the board Monday.
Mr. Peterson ot ot the things that we can eat instead of
Light sandy loam or ligi.t c.ay loam
twenty-one stars on the flag which til* great tenor, who will have charge weak «pots in the Criminal Law,
the Lanta Pharmacy, Tabor 3074, will meat. Tea will tie served from 2 until i represented the twenty-one boys of the
are beet suited for most vegetables but
of the music at al) services. Tomorrow Roscoe Hurst; A Bigger Payroll for the heavy soil will be a success if worker!
be glad to have the name id any Lente I-.'. l..« k.
community wli/i have responded to Die
night (Friday) Dr W. B. Hinson, form City, A. G. Clark ; The Care ot Small hard enough All soil should be dug
boy a who al'.ould rightly lie included iu
call of the colors. The following are
erly of the White Temple will be the Fruits and Berries, Prof. Brown of deep and made loose. A garden plot
thia honor roll and whose name* have
LOCAL KE D ( KOSS DOING
their names: Charles Johnson, J. E.
sfwaker, ami a great mass meeting has O. A. C. Other literary features will should produce a better garden each
not already lieen dieplayed on Hie
Heiman, Mi-rlq Hotchkiss, J. W. Steiger.
LOMI’KI HENSIVE WORK Joe
been arranged for Bunday afternoon follow.
Board. He would like them by Katur-
Byers, George Hogan, Hearne
with Dr. W. A. Waldo, the present
day at the latest ae he will have to turn
Carrots, spinach, pea* and onion* are
1 Haialip, J. C. Li den, Albert Ewoldt,
pastor of the White Temple as speaker RELIEF FOR ARMENIAN
the Hat over to the sign-writers lor them
to supply just the eort of nutriment
All find Chance to Serve Here. F. A Hurst, L. G. Hunt, Albert Wag At this afterno<>n mass meeting it is
to handle Monday.
needed to regulate our bodily activities.
ner, Carrol Ten Eyke, C. Valentine,
promised that Portland’s finest ma'e
For the past two leauee the Herald
A patch of potatoes and beans with a
This unit lias grown to over forty James Reed, D. E. Wheeler, Chris quartette will sing,
baa made it known that we would lie
double row of each of the afore mention-
glad to eend The Herald each week, free active memliers, and the amount of work
e 1 vegetables would make a very profit
Oregon Sends Large Check.
Edward Woodman, C. T. Johnson.
PORI LAND T a RDENPUN s ”
of charge ; to all collate 1 boya from Is-nt* turned out is very encouraging, under
able home garden. And the earliest of
whose prevent aildreaaea were handed the active leadership ol Mrs. Myrtle
these vegetables can be followed by corn
in to thia office. We liave a nice iiet, Sager, chairman ; Mrs. Pearl Freeburg, the patriotic spirit of the audience. fie
and tomatoes. A suggestive calendar
check for cbaritv ever sent from the
but have a grxal appetite lor more, Ur Assistant chairman. T<slay’s work s|M>ke of the negligence of the American
of planting will follow next week.
are willing to vend to ail, even if tbe tiniahed is as follows: II tea bandages, people to do as much as they should in Use of «Vacant Lois Promises Success
February 20th to the American Com
hat <■ Mixed a 2U0. Send ’em or bring 'em 10 handkerchiefs, 2 packs of gun wipers, supporting the cause of the war.
mittee for Armenian and Syrian Relief
3 pillows, 12 suits of Pajamas. Many
all tn You’re welcome I
The Portland war garden plane call from Portland, by the Oregon Branch,
Among the things the Judge spoke
members are doing their bit by knitting
for the use of 60,000 vacant lots under of which J. J. Handsaker is Secretary
We have lour sewing machines, and
skilled Supervision. Owners who can. and Ben Selling, Treasurer. This check - By REV. WILBUR F. CRAFTS.
it waa necessary to rent two additional are pro-German and in every way are
not grow gardens on these lots will turn i» a part of the quota of 3150,000 asked
It was a stroke nt genius when some
' The music department of the school ones. Anyone haviug a good machine
them over to those who can. The from Oregon for relief of over 2,000,000 one affectionally nick-named the Amer
prevented the lied <‘rove with glOOatan who would lie willing to liave it used in
number of I. W. W.’s in Portland were Patriotic Garden league will see that sufferer* in Asia Minor. County cam ican soldiers, then newly arrived in
assembly held Wednesday. Mr. Walsh red cross work, please communicate
for saying seditious things the lots are plowed and harrowed ready paigns are being launched all over the France, "Sammies”, meaning, of course,
acting in behalf of the music depart with the Secretary, Telephone, Tabor
government. The same thing for laving out and planting.
State, in au effort to raise or pass this that tbev are the soldier boys of "Uncle
ment and Miaa Johnston receiver! the 3898.
The aim of the drive is to prevent quota.
Seattle; and in Chicago a
Sam”. It is par excellence the best
The Friends ehnreb is helping greatly
gift for the Rod Croat. The money waa
mob of I. W. W.’s led by the assassin, failures, provide for successive crops,
nickname given to soldiers of the var
|>art of the proceeds from the Mikado. in thia work and same is highly appre
Haywood, were arrested for the same save the crop by bom* us*, marketing
ious nstions. It should mean to every
The remainder will lie use.) (or bettor ciated. Mrs. Nellie Katxky has given four
reason. This shows plainly enough that and preservation, and insure fall plant
soiditr that he must always and every
equipment in the music department. lectures on conservation of food, which
ing for all-tbe-year-round gardens.
Meetings are these are real enemies of U. 8. But
where be a true American. However
Miss Johnston gave an interesting were very interesting.
Mrs. Emma A. Coe, 608, Halsey 8t.,
War garden headqnarters were estab
what is done to these unruly I. W. W's?
excellent Great Britain or France may
account of the Herl Cross work in the
lished by the O. A. C. Extension Ser announces the engagement of her
4 :3o p. ui. al the lxsnts School, Room 16. "Nothing", is the answer. It is just as
be, be should not ape their ways, espec-
vice last year at 704, Oregon Building, daughter, Gladys C. to Wilbur Haworth,
ia ly not their faults, but be ever loyal
Another interesting feature of the All are cordially invited.—Lents Auxil
actions of these I. W. W’s at home as and will be maintained there again this 8042, 63rd Ave. 8. E. Mise Coe is we)) to American institutions.
aeeembly waa the study,of the Star iary ot the Red Cross.
it is to beat ths Germans abroad year. County Agent Hall, of Mnlt- known in Lents as the family formerly
That is what IOYALTY mean»—not
Spangled Hanner. Mr. Walsh assisted
Several days ago four soldiers who were nomalTvounty. will be on hand at head liver! here. Wilbur Haworth baa a host merely hurrahing for the flag, but em
This was followed by "Keep the Home ARLETA LIBRARY DISCUSSES
1. W W’s at Ca nip Lewis were removed
bodying what it represents. It would-
tires Burning" sung by both GleeCHtba.
friends of the young couple extend
from the Service. It was plain that assist in the drive.
gn hard with anyone who should tram
The boys club then sang an interesting
Garden literature—O. A. C. and V. 8.
when once in Europe, these soldiers
ple on our flag in the presence of our
meant to betray our army to the bar- D. A. garden bulletins and other garden Well, that is a profound secret-'
soldiers; but let no soldier himself
The basket ball season is about com W. K. Newell Io Speak Friday Evening
I barous Germans. Therefore it is plain helps will be on hand for distribution.
trample on our laws and ideals.
pleted ami the new sports are track and
ly our duty to report anyone who These bulletins will deal with al) phases
That is a disloyal motto, “When you
tennis. The txiys have begun their
From 8 :<0 to 10:00 p. m. tomorrow seditiously speaks of the government." of production of crops, protection from
are in Rome do ae the Romans do".
practice and are out to win. The tennis
Another speaker of the evening was insects and disease, and methods of
Shall we say also that when one is in
team is not thoroughly organised. The ( Friday) evening at the Arleta 1. brarv
Easter, Naturalization Clerk of harvesting, using and marketing.
Don’t wa«te time and energy saving Africa he shall do as the savages do?
Girl's Athletic Association was organis there will be a War Food Conservation
cancelled jiostage stamps for the Red And when in Germany do as the Ger
There Portland. He spoke of thrift and war
ed Tuesday evening Mr. Bali encourag program and demonstration.
saving stamps and bow important it is same subjects by College specialists and Cross.
Somebody, somewhere, has mans do?
ed the girls to join as it is a bene tit to will be a sjiecial speaker from Portland,
local authorities have been made with started one of those pleasant but iikely-
to purchase them.
health as well as to school.
I'rvil. Ager appointed a committee to the tirm of Meier A Frank to lie given ! to-be annoying fictions concerning the
The American abbath, protected for
The usual Sophomore-Freshman dam - first assistant to W. B. Ayer State Food
cajry on the war saving stamp cam in the store auditorium. The lecture* value of postage stamps which have rest and worship against commercializ
ing class will l>e held Friday, March 8. Administrator, will tie on naml.
paign. The amount to be raised at this will l>e free, but those attending will lie served their original ptirjiose. This time ed amusements as well as work for gain,
instead of Tuesday, in the gym. The
campaign has been set at five thousand given registration cards, which will be the idea spread abroad is that the is regarded by the world’s greatest
admission will lie 10 cents as well as
dollars and it is expected that each will punched for each attendance. This American Red Cross has deviser! a thinkers as the most influential Amer
the ticket. Thia is strictly a dancing
do his part in bringing it up to this series, as arranged by Director Center, u ethod of extracting the dyes from the ican institution. It is said that in the
amount. The following are th* names will begin Friday, March 8. at 3:30p. m. cancelled stamps an l putting the dye*
war "France has found its lost soul”,
of the committee: Mrs. Renn*, Mrs. and be held weekly thereafter.
to practical use There is nothing more but it has not found its lost Sabbath.
ii. the scheme than a figment of some Loyal American soldiers should show
May Be Drafted Irom Available Men Franco, Mrs. 11 bson. Mrs. Bretell,
Mrs. Steiger. Mrs. Snuffing, Mrs. Hay
’s imagination; but the Poetoffice foreigners, so far as war exigencies do
In Class One.
garth, Mrs. Wakefield, Mrs. McCulloch,
1 partment reports that several bag- of not prevent, how restful and uplifting is
After all there are few joys like a
Mr. Snuthns, Mr. Leitbeieer, Mr. Reid*,
old stamps have accumulated through the true American Sabbath from which
Portland, Ore , March 7—Are you an Mr, Himebaugh, Mr. Gilbert, Mr.
birthday, especially when one is still
the good will of persons who have selfish work and selfish pleasures are
young. We believe that the birthday expert automobile or motor truck Driver? Henderson.
thought they were doing something to both barred out. Presidents Washing
which was celebrated at Gresham the Then volunteer immediately ami avoid
Mr. Easter also told us of a loyifl Ten Saw Mill Units From New England help win the war. Within the last two
ton, Jackson, Lincoln, Harrison and
other day is no exception. Our esteem living drafted, for the army needs you. Russian who had taken the oath to be
weeks, also, scores of letters have been Wilson have all issued orders as com
Oregon must furnish lOo volunteer come a citizen that morning. "It was
ed contemporary,; The Gresham Out
received at Red Cross headquarters, manders in chief of Army and Navy
look, entered upon the first numtier of chauffeurs or automobile truck drivers an unusal case," Mr. Easter stated,
from persons asking information regard that all unnecessary work should be
England's ancestral forests, jealously ing the matter.
its eighth year with their last issue. for the army by Friday, March 8, or "because the Russian so plainly showed
omitted on Sunday, even in war time.
The Mt. Scott Herald, then known as that numtier of men qualified for such the loyalty be felt toward this country. guarded by many generations, are be
The Red Cross wishes to advertise, as The American soldier who in Spain
The Beaver State Herald was present at service will be immediately inducted And after the war it will be much hard ing cut down by American brawn.
widely as possible, the absolute falsity of
Word of this lateet sacrifice came to the report that used postage stamps spends Sunday at a bull fight, or in
its birth, we understand, living at that into service by the various local boards, er to become a citizen of the LT. 8. than
France at a horse race, might ae well
time published at Gresham also, con acting under rush orders from the War it was before. Tjiere will be laws made this country in reports of the ten saw have any value through the extraction
pull down bis flag and tread it beneath
sequently we feel a little closer bond of Department.
which will prevent unloyal Germans
of the dyes contained in them.
hie feet. He is disloyal to American in
General Pershing, in France, has and I. W. W’s from becoming citizens." tributed to the warfare against autoc
fellowship with them than with other
papers. We are glad to add’ our word cabled for a large number of skilled
Other features of the program were
LoyaUy means obedience to law.
Thee* units, numbering over 30C A BIT OE FINANCIAL HISTORY.
of appreciation. The pa|>er is clean, in chauffeurs to drive motor tracks. He the Spanish Dance by Margaret Mc
Chicago was in peril from riots,
contents and in make-up, comes twice a must have them right away. The need Culloch in coetum, and a male quartet sturdy lumberjacks, from the backwoods
every law-abiding citizen wore a flag.
week, and is patriotic in every line, a
which entertained the audience with
mont, have been engaged for some time so high and unquestionable that in 1900, When men wish to break laws for their
_ha* announced that unless the required several songs.
real credit tn the community.
in the forests around which much of the two years after the Spanish W r, 2 per own profit or pleasure they call them
numoer volunteer by March 8, they
beet of English literature has been . cent bonds were offered at par and over- "blue laws”; but all laws are red.
will lie drafted from the available men
COUNIY AGENT TO HAVE
subecribed. This is a financial perform, ahite and blue laws, and the man who
LENTS P. T. A. MEET.
OfEIGt IN PORTLAND in Oregon's
no other nation has ever equaled. habitually breaks them is a red anarch
quota, to be raised either by
The Lent’s Parent Teacher Associa
States 4 per cent bonds in ist.
volunteers or draft, has been set at 100 tion will meet March 16th, at 2:30 p. m.
MUST KEEP STRAIGHT.
Home Garden Work to be furthered. men.
high as 130 and in 1901
in the Assembly Hall. An interesting
When a soldier buy* or receives as a
The men accepted ae volunteers will program ou a health topic will be the
forces responsible for Belgium and the
The United States has never default gift wine or beer, he tramples on Amer
Beginning with the first of March, tie inducted into the aviation section of chief feature of the meeting.
Lusitania, and awing extra vigorous' ed on any of its bonds. Not one of its ican laws in spirit, if not in the letter,
County Agent 8. B. Hall will spend two the Signal Corps, and sent to Kelley
vicious strokes in consequeuce.
bondholders has ever lost a cent of and it makes a bad matter worse when
afternoons each week in the Portland Field,,San Antonio, Texas, preparatory
The units are scattered along the principal or interest except those who it is done in a foreign land where a
office. He will have desk room in the to going to France.
of a river for ten miles and each voluntarily have taken losses by selling soldier should most of all heed the
Following arji instructions from the
Oregon Development Bureau, Oregon
community in itself, gattiered their bonds in a period of temporary President’s words: “Keep fit and
hut presided over by price depression. One hundred cents straight”, “Add laurels to America’s
From this ofllce the home garden relative to these men:
Unusual Facilities Available.
a Young Men’s Christian Association on the dollar, principal and interest, crown".
"Boards may accept applicants for
work will be furthered and it will be a
To show race prejudice, especially
secretary, where tiie men assemble for has the United States always paid.
general headquarters for the agricultur voluntary induction who fully posses
against soldiers of another color who
al work for this part of the State ami a
To illustrate the inexhaustible energy 000,000,000 of our national resources are fighting with us against despotism,
Portland headquarters for the Oregon qualifications. If the calls have not tieen reopened at 'he U. 8. Naval Train
the men—the statement that basket stands tlie rugged honesty of America. is particularly disloyal to democracy,
been tilled by March 8 by voluntary in ing Camp, Seattle. Any citizen be
ball is the most popular aniiieement Liberty Loan Bonds are the safest secur which America introduced to the world
duction, tiie boards will immediately tween 18 and 35 is eligible.
in 1776, and now has opportunity to
hours of vigorous work means ity in the world.
This Camp is regarded by naval
Last Friday a Tipton woman found a induct a sufficient number of qualified
consummate. Not color but courage
jiearl in some oysters, the gem being
be the badge of honor among
valued at $100. Which is another argu selecting from Class <|ne qualified men combination of advantages of any naval
"So you danced with George at the
ment in favor of oysters as a substitute
Most of all, America is known for its
Volunteer now, and escape the draft. located on tiie grounds of the University
A habitual diner-out lias estimated party last night?"
chivalry to mothers, wives and siBters
There is still time if yon do it TODAY. of Washington and fronting on Lakes that each hat costs him, in addition to
"Yes—but how did you guess?”
in its homes. Let the soldier prove
Adjutant General's Ofllce.
Washington and Union. All the facili the original price, about 330 in fees,
Hating is a boomerang that come
"I notice you are limping today."
bimself a true American not only by
back and hits the hater in bis tender
ties of the University are available for which he is coinj elled to pay at hotels
« idlnn«. If anv.
(Continued on Lents page)
Serve your country by saving food.
Saving Cancelled Stamps
FOR ARMY WORK
Celebrates 7 th Birthday
IN GRFAT BRITAIN