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LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON,.FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1919
MRS. BLOYD RECEIVES
REPORT OF SON’S DEATH
• LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS •
TO WELCOME SOLDIERS
CLASS OF 25
Brother of H. E. Bloyd, of the
Roy Whitlock is visiting rel tent. Mr. Mackin was a school Reception and Program Will be
Multnomah State Bank,
atives in tents this week.
Held at School Auditorium
mate of Mrs. tent. They are
Killed in Action.
en route to Los Angeles.
Evening of Feb. 22.
Bom—To Mr. and Mrs. Her
George Judd, of Eagle Creek,
The following letter received bert Martin, 6424 Toon street,
A meeting was held by a few
a few days last week with
by Mrs. Flora E. Bloyd, of Kel January 18, 1919, a boy.
his mother, Mrs. Judd, Eighty.- ladies of the Gilbert neighbor
so, Wash., from a Red Cross
Bom—To Mr. and Mrs. Minor fourth street And Fifty-sixth I hood last Friday and a program
worker, is the first authentic Engle, of 5211 Eighty-eighth
arranged for a reception to re-
Majority Will Take up Work information received in regard
street, January 26, a girl.
turned soldiers of the commu- One Lents and Three Arieta
this Semester In Franklin
to the death of Sergeant Harry
Mrs. Roe, of Bell Mountain, nity on February 22. In addi-
Boys Receive Diplomas
B. Bloyd, brother of H. E.
Mrs. S. J. Allen has moved U ash., is visiting her daughter, tion to the program a speaker
January 24, 1919.
Bloyd, of the Multnomah State from 8901 Fifty-third avenue
Frank Sanders' who lives will I* secured for the occasion
at Eighty-seventh street and and it is planned to make this
The eighth grade graduates Bank, who was killed in action to 5927 Eighty-second street.
The January graduating class
of the tents school were handed in France.
one of the most enjoyable af of Franklin High School were
M. N. Sadler, formerly of
their diplomas last Friday by My Dear Mrs. Bloyd:
Mrs. Marts has returned to fairs ever held in the district. given their diplomas last Fri
We have just received a re 9719 Ninety-second street, is
Principal E. A. Hirschner with
work at the tents Mercantile The reception will be held in the day. The class as well as the
out any formal program, which port alx>ut the death of Ser now living at 170 Third street. store after a two-weeks absence auditorium of the Gilbert school. student body was very much
was omitted on account of the geant Harry B. Bloyd, Co, C,
M. George has moved from taking care of her husband, who The program will be announced disappointed when they learned
prevailing epidemic. Mr. Hirsch- 5th F Signal Bn., who was 5905 Ninety-ninth street to 34 has been sick with influenza.
they would not have their grad
ner made a short presentation killed in action July 15.
Following are the names of uation exercises. The influenza
East Fifty-second street north.
Private Ralph O. Gebhart,
talk, followed by singing by the
Miss Wilson and Mrs. Thielen the young men of that neigh- ban placed upon school gather
pupils, and the eighth grade of the same company, says:
substituting this week for I liorhood whose names appear on ings prevented it, however, and
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Minott came
“Harry was killed up in Ar up from Rainier to visit the for Miss Frances Smith and Miss the service flag at the
took their departure for other
school: they were forced to give up
fields. The majority will take gonne Forest alx>ut the middle mer’s parents the first of the Stella Smith, of the Lents
their commencement program.
up high school work at once in of July. 1 saw it when it hap week.
school, who are sick with influ
J. Emil Heiman.
The class includes on member
Franklin. Those receiving their pened. He and Master Signal
J. Milton Steiger.
Tom Lents, Alfred W. Nygaard,
Electrician Terry were teth hit
Mrs. Hubert Gilbert and Mrs.
Merle E. Hotchkis«
and three from Arieta, Roy B.
L. E. Minott purchased the
the same shell, and died in Hugh Cripe and children spent
Bradford, Mark Waldo.
-awrence, Fred O. Schweitzer
stantly. The Ixiys from com the day at the Ed Gilbert home property at 6334 Eighty-fourth
Robert L. Tucker. The list
Court this week formerly owned
pany B carried him back. I Tuesday.
Barker, Eda Viola.
by E. E. Hatter, Mr. Minott
buried him myself up near Ma-
Mrs. Driver and Miss Mc- expects to move to his new
delon Farm. It wax an old Ger
Fowler, Dwight L.
man cantonment. I wrapped Naught have taken up their home some time next week.
Fish, Mildred A.
him in a blanket and laid him work as teachers in the Lents
away right beside Terry, We school.
Goodman. Catherine M.
H. F ’
Cross seems to be reviving, as
were under heavy shell fire
Gee, Homer B.
there was a good attendance at
every minute of the time, We
Dobbs, Harry C.
the meeting last Thursday. Let
were attacking but the Boches
Hensley, Marie J.
everybody attend who possibly
were offering us pretty stiff arrived home Wednesday
can as there is lots of work to
We are told that Private Geb
Mrs. Harry Sager, of Syca-
Hubbard, Miriam L.
hart seemed to lie an excep more,’ is visiting at the E. L.
Harold (Ross) Starr.
Ruhl, Carl H.
Axel Kildahl, proprietor of
tionally intelligent young fellow Rayburn home on Fifty-sixth
Peters, Grover F.
Lawrence, Roy B.
the tents Garage, is moving
and we believe you can rely avenue.
Rice, Lewis R.
McCormack, William U.
upon his statement. His home
Sines, Clovis C.
Mr. Summers bought prop street tetween Sixty-third and
is 209 Wellemer ave
Steinbrink, Maliel Cecilia.
Victor Do mm.
erty on Ninetieth street and
nue, Dayton, Ohio.
Smith. Margaret Estelle.
The Red Cross is glad to be Woodstock avenue and is mov cently purchased,
Routledge, G. Hollister.
of service to you and if we get ing in this week.
Ninety-second street has been
Schweitzer, Fred O.
any further details we will let
Turner, Mildred Olive.
Arthur Partridge, of Seattle,
Wakefield, Kenneth B.
Staley, Minnie E.
came down Monday to attend
Weddle. Marjorie Dorothy.
Trebes, Ezra E.
the funeral of his sister-in-law,
ABOUT 180 FRESHMEN
Winters. Edna teuise.
ENROLL AT FRANKLIN Mrs. Ray Partridge.
from the car line to about Fifty
Welin, Inez L.
Mrs, Nellie Woodworth, of seventh and a 16-foot strip the
W’heeler, Marguerite A.
Basketball Game and Impromp 431 Third street, was visiting a rest of the way.
tu Dance to be Held on
few of her many friends in
MRS. PARTRIDGE DIES
Mrs. Darnall, Miss Vaughn
INFANT CHILI) OF MR.
Lents last Saturday.
ON JANUARY 26, 1919
and Mrs. Otto Katzky went to
F. Alexander Hurst
AND MRS. GRAYDON DIES
Roy J. Hurst
Philip Cronn, infant son of Salem Monday evening to at
This term finds many stu-
Remains Cremated at the Mount
Carrol F. Pen Eyck.
dents enrolled, about 180 of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cronn, was
Scott Park Cemetery
Opal Gray don, two-year old whom are Freshmen. Many ab buried Wednesday morning in The principal hopes they may
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. sences have been noted the past Multnomah cemetery.
not catch the “fly,” or any
Graydon, of 7003 Eighty-sixth term due to influenza, but every
other grave danger befall them
street, died January 25 at Good one is ready for a successful
Mrs. Raymond E. Partridge,
A beautiful six-strand hair while away.
Funeral new term.
of Lents, died January 26, 1919,
switch has been donated to the
services were held January 28
at the Portland Sanitarium of
One of the interesting fetes local auxiliary to be sold for the
turned Monday evening from an
at the Kenworthy chapel, Rev. of the new year will be a bas benefit of the Red Cross.
influenza followed by pneumo
Captain W. D. Starbird.
Interment ketball game in the gymnasium
extended visit in California. Mr.
was in Mt. Scott Park ceme- on February 8, after which an
Funeral services were held
Mrs, C. 8. Bradford, of 1225 Maybee saw many interesting
impromptu dance will be held. Gladstone avenue, witnessed the
’s chapel. The
Everycue is urged to go and presentation of diplomas to the
WELL KNOWN YOUNG
Chris P. Killeen.
witness the good old “Quaker” eighth grade graduates last Fri
Mt. Scott Park Cemetery crem
MAN INFLUENZA VICTIM spirit.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Rusk and
The Parent-Teacher associa
Ragel Mills, who has lieen sta Mr. and Mi's. J. E. Gilbert and
Mrs. Partridge is survived by
Lived on Farm in Happy Valley tion is planning a community tioned at Camp Lewis the past daughter, Gladys, visited John
husband, Raymond E. Part
•Mr. Knulton died just as the
dance to be held every Saturday
the Past Three or Four
five months, received his dis Holtburg and family on Mis vessel he was on reached
; two children, Marion, six,
evening, under the instruction
charge and arrived home Mon sissippi avenue last Sunday. I
three; her father,
of George E. teve, to whom
The Holtburg family were form
lives in Se
credit is given for the success
tewis Spady was liom in this of the dancing class held in the
Tweed, lives in Lents, and an
city January 7, 1889, and died tents auditorium last winter.’
second street and Fifty-fifth
other, Mrs. A. B. Livingston,
of influenza at the Portland
A new member of the faculty
Miss Lulu George apd Miss
lives in Fresno, Cal. A brother,
Sanitarium January 17, 1919, is Miss Lilli Schimidli, who will avenue, has been on the sick
list the past week but returned Sagorsky, who have been teach
Harry M. Thornton, resides at
l>eing at the time of his death be an instructor of pedagogy.
to his work at the Mt. Scott ing in the tents school for al Mrs. Alice C. Robinson, age Toppenish, Wash.
30 years of age.
........ . "
number of years, have been 63 years, passed away last Tues-
bakery Wednesday morning.
Funeral services were held CHESTER CIESLINSKI IS
transferred down, town, Miss day evening at her residence,
at the Pearson chapel January
SICK WITH PNEUMONIA
Martin Manz, son of John George to Glenco and Miss Sa- 7020 Fifty-fifth avenue, S. E.
Lena Adams, infant child of
20, and intei-ment was in Rose
Manz, was confined to his home gorsky to Atkinson school. Both She leavesan only son,Guy Rob-
Mr. and Mrs. James Adams, of
Chester Cieslinski, proprietor Tuesday with influenza. The ladies were popular teachers inson, of Lents. Funeral serv-
Mr. Spady had been living on of Chester’s barber shop, is con rest of Mr. Manz’s family were and will be greatly missed by ice will be held at the Ken- 6344 Ninety-first street, died
January 25. Funeral services
a ranch*southeast of tents with fined to his home this week sick with the same disease a Lheir many friends here.
worthy Chapel Saturday.
were held at the Kenworthy
his brother, Joe Spady, and was with pneumonia. He took a trip month ago.
chapel Monday morning. In-
Frank Smith, of the Smith
removed to the sanitari"m after to Vancouver in a machine with
LENTS SCHOOL NOTES
terment was in Mt. Scott Park
contracting influenza. He leaves Dr, P, J, O’Donnel last Thurs
Marvin Hedge, of the Lents Candy kitchen, in the Herald
cemetery. The baby was four
his father and mother, Mr. and day and got a bad cold as a Hardware company, made his building, was taken to the Mult
Mi's. Ludwig Spady, of 649 E. result of getting wet, which appearance at the store again nomah hospital last Friday eve- I A surprise party was held by months old.
Sixty-seventh street north; two terminated in pneumonia He Monday morning after a two- ning in a serious condition as a her class in honor of Miss Marie
J. C. McGrew, who was in
brothers, Joe Spady, of tents, is reported to be getting along weeks siege of influenza.
result of influenza. It was re- Meager, a teacher in the tents
in an automobile accident,
and Henry Spady, of Meadville, as well as could be expected.
ported about town Monday eve- school, to show the gratitude
able to be about.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mackin, ning that he had died Sunday of the pupils for her return
Idaho; and two sisters, Mrs.
Sarah Sandburg, of Sherwood,
O. B. Guisness is at home this
All kinds of commercial print and son Harold, of Glenside, mt this was found to be an after a recent sickness with in
Canada, are gests of Mrs. O. E. error.
Ore., and Anna Spady, of tents. ing at the Herald office.
week pruning his fruit trees.