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Leata M. E. Church.
Suaday Sosool *:M a. ■
a. a Bible Otady Class. »:*> F a. Kpwortb
Leacae««F". Preacbln« 7:30 p a Prayer
me* I Ing Tburedar evento« al 7:»0. F. M.
Jasper. Pastor KeeMencv MW Mrd etreet.
NEWSY ITEMS EROM
DOWN THE LINE
H. D. Kenworthy $ Company
O say can you see, in the Land of the
What so proudly we liailed—the big
chance the war offers?
We are in to win; sc *tis tast to hop in
And make hay while the sun shine»,
and till up our coffers.
tatusgou«« with a will! Uncle Sam
pay» the bill!
And we’ll righteously sing, lost »time
folk» take it ill;
“The Star-Spangled Banner, O long
may it wa ave.
O’er the land o-of tbe-e free-ee! And
the tio-ome of the brave!”
The Berger family have moves! from
Millard Avenue Presbyterian Church. Woodmere to tanta.
10 a. a. Sabbat b School 11 a n Morning
Mr». Bogner and baby Glenn of Mth
worship. 78» P- a. T. P 8. C. K T:«5 P »■
Kvealnc woreblp t:B p a Wednesday, mid avenue »re doing nicely.
week service 7:W p a. Thursday, choir
W. L. Golden of Wiuximere is work
practice Rev Wm H. Amos. Pastor.
ing at the Coast ship yards.
Mis» Elisabeth Macdonaldson of Mil
St. Peter’» Catholic Church.
Sundays: 8x»s. a. Low Mam l»:»a. a. lard avenue has been ill during the past
High Mae*, «»‘a. m Sunday School. 11M. week.
cbolr rehearsal Weekdays: Mass at »8» a. a.
To Mr. and Mr». Clark of 54th avenue,
was born a baby girl on the morning of
Seventh Day Adventist Church.
K> a. m. Saturday Sabbath School. 11 a. m. February 22.
Camouflaged to the chin, in a patriot's
7:»0 p. tn. Wednesday.
Mrs. K. E. Tait is visiting J. H.
Prayer meeting 7:44 p. a. Sunday preaching. Johnson and family of 6109 77th street
tat us haste hi get busy and rake the
for a few days.
cash in now !
St. Pauls Episcopal Church.
Cecil Messenger of 64th avenue and There will tie a few sneer» at us war
One block south ol Woodmere station
Holy Communion the first Sunday ot each 77th street has gone to California to
Candidate lor Sheriff
mon! h at 88» a. m
No other services that work for a while.
But when the coin’s to ta got, you
day Every other Sunday the regular services
can’t have a thin skin now.
will be as u uar Evening prayer and sermon
in the Republican Primaries
He took his physi- Then clean up we mu«t, tor we sure
at 48» p. m Sunday A-bool meets ar 38» cal lev! to the colors.
p. .-u. J. X Glover. 8upL, J. Glover. Sec. cad examination Friday.
have the crust.
May 17, 1918
Rev. O. W. Taylor. Rector.
And we’ll sing thus, to silence the
Dr. Drake and Mr Grout of the
Lents Evangelical Church. ___ school board visited Woodmere School
- Sermon by the pastor. 11 a. m and 7:15 p. m. Wednesday. February 27th.
Grandpa Wasn't All t here
may it wa-ave,
8unday School »Mi a. m., C. 8. Bradton!.
A baby girl arrived at the home of
The lady of gtxsl family was showing
O'er the land o-of the-e free-ee, and
Superintendent. Y. P A.. »:45 p m . Paul
Bradford. President. Braver meeting Thurs Mr. and Mrs. Del. Glasico. 8740 Whit
her ancestral home to her small son.
the home of the brave!”
day 8:-0 p. tn. A cordial welcome, to all man avenue, on Thursday. Feb. 28.
—IWn Collins in The Forum She point»! with special pride to a bust
T. R Hornsehuch. Pastor.
Kern Park Bakery has started to
of her father.
serve lunches now. They have a fresh
“And that, Robbie,” she said, "is
Fifth Church Of Christ.
Fifth Church ot Christ. Scientist ot Port line of candies in now and plenty of ice
“I wu io time to hear only the lai) your grandfather.”
land. Ore., 4ÌM Siud street.
Bobbie looked somewhat pc<rplexed.
end of the joke. ’ ’
Services Sunday a m Sunday School 9:30
ta tbit all there was of him?” he
Arleta Studio has undergone exten
“But that w«.- the waggish part of
and 11 a. m. Wednesday evening testimonial
asked. — New York Times.
repairing will probably be done in the
Twenty-four lumber yards in Wiscon
“I don’t see you with Miss Gonne as
Laurel wood M. E Church.
9:42 a. m. Sunday School. 118» a. m. preach-
Chester Purdin of the ambulance sin now employ women as lumber often as 1 used to.”
U:*> p. m. class meeting. 3'0 p m. corps, now stationed at Camp Lewis, handlers.
”No. I’m married to her.”
Junior League. 6:30 p m Epworth League
7 30 p. m. preaching
»8» p. m Thursday
evening, prayer service
Dr. C. R. Carlos, day, February 24.
Woodmere school is planning a large
garden this year. Plans are be
German Reformed Church.
Corner Woodstock Ave., and 87th St. Rev. ing made to secure the use of a tract of
W G. Lienkaemper. pastor. Bunday School land south of the schoolhouse.
10 a.m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m, Y. P 8
A fancy dress ball was given at the
at 7:30 p. m. German School and Catechetical
home of Theodore Turple, 84th avenue
Clam Saturdav at »8» a. m.
and 71st street last Friday evening. An
Free Methodist Church.’
enjoyable evening was spent in games
Sunday School. 38» p. m.:PTeachingM p fm and dancing.
each week. Prayer meeting. Wednesday; at
The Arleta Red Cross will give their
7:30 p.m. All are cordially invited to attend
bazaar at the W. O. W. hall on Tuesday
these services. Rev. A. Beers. Pastor.
evening, March 5. Good entertainment
Kern Park Christian Church.
and refreshments are promised. Every
Corner 6»th St . and 46th Ave- 8. E. 10 a. m body is welcome.
Bible School. 11a. m. and 7:00 p. m. preaching
Miss Maud Snider of 4418 79 8t. S. E.
service. 6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor. 7:30
p. m. Thursday, mid week prayer meeting. A returned from an extended visit in
cordial welcome to all. Rev. R A. Moon. Seattle, last week. She and her sister
Pastor. 1300 E. Salmon.
Katherine have been visiting a sister
Mrs. Paul Walker, of the Sound city.
Lents Baptist Church.
Mrs. E. Menzemart and Mrs. L.
Lord's Day, Bible School. t:46 a. m. Morning
worship. 11 a. m.
B. Y. P. V.. 0:30 p. m. Barovera of Sacramento, Calif.. s[**nt
Evening worship 7^3u p. in. A cordial wel several days with Mrs. H. Wagner and
come to these services. E.A. Smi'h, Pastor.
Mbs Nelda Drennon of 6219 70th street
just recently. Mrs. Barovera also visifed
Lents Friends Church.
9:45 a. m. Bible School, Clifford Barker. her son. Eugene Menzemart, at Camp
Superintendent. 11:00 a.m. Preaching ser Lewis.
vice. 6:25 p. m. Christian Endeavor. 7:SU
Mrs. Wm. Lope entertained reveral of
p. m. Preaching service. » 00 p. m. Thursday,
friends at a dinner party at her
mid-week prayer meeting. A cordial welcome
to all the services. Miss Lurana Terrell. Pastor home, 7620 64 h Ave 8. E., last Tuesday
afteanoon. A very enjoyable time was
spent. The guests were, Mrs. M. Amos,
Arleta Baptist Church.
9:45 a. m. Bible School. 11 a. m. Preaching Mrs. Ida Russell,
service. 8:00 p. m. Evening services. 7:00 Queenie Swanson, and Mrs. B. Boe in an.
p. m. B. Y. P. Ü. meeting. 88» Thursday
After a protracted stay in the Port
Prayer meeting. Everybody welcome to any
and all ol these services. W. T.S. Spriggs. land Sanitarium. Grandpa O’Mealy was
brought home Sunday. In the opera
tion a gall stone as large as a big wal
Anabel Presbyterian Church.
nut was removed.
Grandpa is much
Corner of 56thS treet and 37th Ave. 8. E.
Sabbath Services. Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7UW improved and will no doubt ebon make
p. m. Sunday School, 9:45 a. m
Christian a complete recovery.
Endeavor: Senior, 6:30 p. m.; Junior, 4 p. m.
All of the teachers of the Woodmere
Thursday, Prayer Meeting, 7:45. Tuesday,
Orchestra Practice, 7 -.30 p. m. The Pastor is school worked on the questionairee
always ready to call on the sick and confer (carding them) la-t Monday from 4:00
with those who desire spiritual help. John E. p. m., to 9:00 p. m.
Nelson, Pastor. Residence, 5525 S7th Ave. S. E.
worked in two shifts, one from 4:00 to
Phone Tabor 1858.
6:00p. tn., and another from 6:00 to
9:00 p. m. They had 1800 questionairee
Laurelwood Congregational Church.
to go over. Teachers from both Arleta
Corner 65th St. and 45th Ave. 8. E. Pastor,
Mrs. John J Handsaker. Sunday School, 10:00 and Lenta schools assisted.
a. m. Preaching service, 118» a. m. No
A war-food demonstration, under the
evening service at present. Mr. Arthur W
auspices of Mrs. F. Bushman, was held
Pratton, Superintendent of Sunday School.
Intermediate Christian Endeavor, 58» p. m. at Elmer E. Davis’ grocery store at
Prayer meeting Thursday evening at »8» p. m. Laurelwood last Friday and Saturday
In the church cottage.
afternoons, from 2:00 to 5:00 p. m.
Cakes, cornbread, potato biscuits and
DR. W. B. HINSON
corn flour biscuits were demonstrated.
A Golden West Coffee demonstration
was held at the same time.
JOHN C. COOK
Phone Tabor 5267
Phone Tabor 5WM»
5802-4 02nd Street S. E.
4615 Mth St.. Cor. Foster ltd.
Firat-Claas Service given Day or Night.
Close Proximity to Cemeteries Enables us to hold Funerals
at a Minimum Expense
WM. WOODHAM, Proprietor
Phone Tatar UOO
KERN PARK HARDWARE CO.
Builders' Hardware, Carpenters’ Tools, Tinware, Graniteware, or
anything you may need in the Hardware Line—Also Paints and Oils
Cnn Save you Money on Anything in Our Line.
4824 07th Street 8. E.
block North ot Kern Park Station
Mt. Scott Car Line
Why go .town town for
KERN PARK CABINET SHOP
DRY GOODS ANO NOTIONS
S. c. SMITH
Shoes, Hats, Corsets, Etc.
LIGHT MILL & CABINET WORK
Screens, Sash, Windows, Doors
and Picture Framing
when you can buy them for less at
J. A. TEENY’S
Resilience Phone: Tatar 1602
Shop Phone: Tctai 7576
4633 «71 h Street S. E.
iWO2 Foster R«a<l
KERN PARK STA.
Ten Nights At the
ARLETA BAPTIST CHURCH
EVANGELIST J. W. TROY
Will have charge of the music at all services
Evangelist H. E. Marshall
Dr. W. B. Hinson
For A Home
R. C. WALTER
5843 Foster R<1., Myrtle Park Sta.
Real Estate and Rentals
We often have exceptional bargains
“The tenor who sang last night re
minded me of a pirate.”
"Because he did murder on the high
Great Mass Meeting, Sunday, 10th at 3:00 p. m.
Preacher, DR. W. A. WALDO
No doubt the war has been a great
bother to Mr. Baker.
"PASTOR white temple
(Recently of Canada)
G. ft.MORRlSON LUMBERCOMPfiNY
Portland’s finest male
Quartette will Sing
Specials On Doors This Week
A few doors with 2 upright panels and one flat panel on top
Regular price, $3.50. Special $2.00
Regular $1.75 Four panel door3.
We specialize in sash and doors, glass, paints, oil, finish lumber and wool
DR. W. G. HANDLEY, PaHtor
G. A. MORRISON LUMBER CO.
DR. W. A. WALDO
Tremont Station, ML Scott car line