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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1919)
News Items of Arleta
Kern Park Neighborhood
Mrs. Clemens, 4815 Sixty-fourth The leader will be the well known
Mrs. Ward Swope.
street S. E., is ill at h»’r home.
Tarrence Matson, 6040 Fiftieth
Mias Mary I'arkinaon. of Firland, avenue 8. E., for a number of years
I m convalescing from an attack of a policeman on the Arleta beat,
died at his home last week.
loaves a wife and several children.
Mr». Paul Fisher, of Columbia
Mr». MacAuloy, 4809 Sixty-fifth
Park, visited Tuesday afternoon with
8. E., well known to the peo
Mrs. Will llittel, f>«04 Seventy-first
ple of thia vicinity, was vary se-
street S. K.
verely injured while getting off the
car at Laurelwood on January 25.
Ixiuia Kearney, of Sixty-fourth She had atarted to leave the car and
street and Fiftieth avenue S. E., la wa» in the net of leaving the step
ill al hi» home. He is known aa an when the movement of the car threw
over lown’ photographer.
her auddenly off to the sidewalk,
Monday the wa» taken to the Good
Tuewiuy, February 11, the Arlala Samaritan ho»pita). Her many ac-
W. C. T. U. will hold Ito regular quaintances will learn of the accident
meeting at the library hall at Arleta. with regret.
The regular bi-monthly dances of
the Bellroee Community club will bo
resumed thia coming Saturday night,
February 8. G<xxl music anti a good
time. The invitations are now be
Mr and Mr». Sloan und Ray Bailey
recently returned from A»toria.
The Bell rose Community club
Mcnda congratulation» to Mr. and
Mr». Ford Hopkin».
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Furey spent
a day last week visiting with Mr.
and Mrs. John Baker, of Harmony.
The I Julies Aid society met with
Mrs. Calkins last Thursday for work.
Glen Calvert enlisted in the navy
und left for Bremerton navy yard
Monday morning. His brother Ralph
enlisted a few weeks ago and ik at
the same place.
Mias Helen Cowgill, assistant
state club leader from O. A. C.,#and
Mixa Calkin», club organiser for
Multnomah county, have organised
the Boy»’ Cooking, Girl»’ Cooking,
Poultry und Sewing club«. The of
ficer» of the boy» cooking club are:
Secretary Chnrlrs Guinness.
Officer» of the girl»’ cooking club:
Officer» of poultry club:
President— Matthew Trout.
Officer« of sewing club:
Little Jean Shaw, the five-year-
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ell ton
Shaw, of 4402, Seventy-ninth street
S. E., is suffering from an attack of
William Van Meteren, of 4125
Eightieth street S. E.. sold hia home
recently, giving possession the last
of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Van
Meteren expect to return to Holland,
their native land, in the near future.
Mrs. Jensen and family, who have
lived in the O'Mealy cottage on
Seventy-fifth street, near Forty-fifth
avenue, have moved into the house
on Seventy-third street Just south of
Forty-fifth avenue, formerly occu
pied by Luther Hathome. The Hath
ome family recently moved to Se
Grandma Shaw, of 3711 Seventy
sixth street S. E., has been at the
home of her son, Ellton Shaw, for
the past two weeks. She was con
fined to'her bed for a week suffer
ing from a very severe attack of
tonsilitis. She is making satisfac
tory progress on the way to recov
ery and at present is able to be out
of doors some.
GARY TRUCKS GAIN A GREAT
The establishment at Portland as headquarters for the GARY COAST
AGENCY for the purpose of organizing the northwest and establishing
distributers, dealers and agents for Gary Motor Trucks in every city,
town and hamlet gives the GARY LINE OF MOTOR TRUCKS a tre
mendous advantage. It means the extension of Gary service, with a full
year’s guarantee, and the establishment of the GARY SYSTEM OF
DISTRIBUTION, WITH EASY TERMS OF PAYMENT, to every section
where trucks can lie used to advantage.
THE GIGANTIC STEEL INDUSTRIES of Gary, Indiana, are known
throughout the world for the hundreds of millions of dollars invested
and its tens of thousands of men employed and its output of steel prod
ucts by the hundreds of thousands of tons for world-wide use. The
superior quality of these Gary products is the result of years spent in
scientific research and experiment and unlimited millions invested in
modem methods and equipment, and for the development of an army
of intelligent, trained and skilled mechanics. GARY MOTOR TRUCKS
have the benefit of this most wonderful efficiency and have added ai^-
other star to the established greatness of Gary, as a manufacturing
WATSON AND KENDALL
The “flu" has visited nearly every
family in this district, but few fa
talities followed, which spooks well
for those who had charge of the
case», a» well as for the healthful
surroundings of this locality.
The Harry Hipperson family, in
cluding four children, were through
THE GARY LINE OF MOTOR TRUCKS comprises every size from one
the entire disagreeable form» of the
ton up to the special heavy duty type for pulling trailers and semi-
disease, except their infant Kiri.
trailers carrying twenty tons or more if desired. The Gary 3*/a Ton
They had no serious relapses.
Frank Harrow is now home from
with Dump Body equipment for road and construction work overpowers,
Kalispell, Mont., after having
outpulls and outclasses in load carrying qualities, any truck of its rating
rious time with the influenza. Mr».
ever made or sold.
Harrow and dough tor, Patricia, and
small son, Roy, were very ill with
the disease just after his return.
All are O. K. noyv.
Among others who were afflicted
were Matt. Flier, of 6665 Eighty-
1 Vi Ton
second street, wifo, and Miss Mey-
staa. All were under the doctor’s
care for some time. Mr. Flier, while
attending to his business affairs, is
yet far from well.
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Mr. an<l Mrs. Frank Angelo were
also visited by the “flu,” the latter
Ask your dealer or garage man for a detailed description of GARY TRUCKS, or
under the care of their family doctor.
Both are doing well now.
write for endorsements and specifications direct to
George Flier, one of our patriotic
young men, who did not wait to be
drafted, and who was promoted to
quartermaster on one of the mer
chant marine vessels, is now home
with an honorably* discharge. With _
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his bride, formerly Miss Nina In
man, they are now domiciled in a Slllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli
cosy cottage on Eighty-second street,
near his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt.
Full blood Jersey
David I-ogan, head of the Hazel
wood cafeteria, was seriously ill, to cow, 6 years old; very gentle;
gether with Mra. Ixrgan and son, be fresh in two or three weeks ;
David Ixigan, was seriously ill with excellent milker, 4 to 5 gallons
influenza and under the doctor’s care per milking. Inquire Eggiman’s
See C iikhtkr A G borgc
for a couple of weeks. They are
now almost fully recovered.
Mrs. John Carr visited her son, Hundredth street.
Frank Harrow, and family, for the
For Sale—A few fine pigs, 5 to 6
first time last Sunday since her long
siege of pneumonia.. She looks very weeks old. C. F. Zinser, Tabor 1822. Still Moving ...
frail yet. Their home is in Clacka
ROSE QTY VAN
Cal. Everson’s family of wife and
Wanted—A coronet player at the
two small sons were very sick with Lenta Evangelical Church.
The One-Way-Charge Company.
the “flu.” He is now working and
all are doing fine.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
See Ua For. .
GARY COAST AGENCY
LENTS SCHOOL NOTES
The principal of the Lents school
has announced his intention of pun
ishing school boys for smoking. A
great many complaints hkve come to
him about the matter. Last Tuesday
some boys were seen smoking in
front of Mr. Truck’s store, which is
across the street from the school, to
attract the attention of other school
boys. Al) school children are pro
hibited from entering Trust’s store
in school hours. The policemen have
been notified to carry out this new
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon, for Multnomah County.
In the matter of the estate of
Lucia H. Additon, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has been appointed ex
ecutor of the estate of Lucia H. Ad
diton, deceased, by the County Court
of the State of Oregon, for Mult-
fomah County, and has qualified.
All persons having claims against
said estate are hereby notified to
present same, duly verified as by
law required, to the undersigned at
314 Spalding Bldg.. Portland, Ore.,
within six months from the date
Dated and first published January
JOHN VAN ZANTE.
Mr. Pratt Speak«.*
Friday, January 31, at 10:25, the
famoua Mr. Pratt delivered a very
intereating and patriotic speech on
the life of Abraham Lincoln. Hia
boyhood, hia manhood and hia in PROFESSIONAL CAROS
dustry. He also recited Mr. Lincoln’s
wonderful speech at Gettysburgh.
5930 H irjnd Street
He spoke with such enthusiasm and Tabor 4754
patriotism stamped in every word,
DR. C. S. OGSBURY
that the hearts of the children
swelled with admiration for the
speaker and pride for the claim of
a nation on one of the moat illUK-
Mrs. Guidi is starting a kinder trious Americana.
Uffioe: Tabor 3214
Res. Talx.r. 5224
garten. Lydia Cinses is doing her
DR. P. J. O’DONNELL
Class Skating Party.
Mrs. Rushford is r,iking a beau
Friday January 24, at 12:30 P- m.,
tiful velvet quilt of many colors, the 8A class from Lenta went to the Oor. 92d and Foster Rood. Lents, Ore.
with a service flag in the center, Oaka on a skating party. Mrs. E.
for her son Glenn when he returns Rider, of Ix*nts, accompanied them
DR. A. Q. ATWOOD
from the navy.
aa chaperon. They returned at 5:30
Mr. Odom and family went to p. m. The class intend» to go again
arXCIAI. ATTZXTIOM TO ri.ATlS
Portlnnd Sunday to visit friends.
on February 8. Their teacher is a
The Imitators of Christ Mt. Scott well-known Lenta teacher, Miss 5922 92d St., 8. E.
Sunday school had class business Dickey.
meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Betz January 30. A social time was
Mildred Peterson, in honor of her
Dr. Wm. Rees
enjoyed after business session.
ninth birthday, was entertained by
Will Ulrich is working for the her aunt, Mr«. Lula Schermerhorn,
Offlc. and Realdance. Ma K 60th St.
Willamette Steel & Iron Works.
Thursday evening, January 30.
WOOD AND COAL
Tab. 1424 D61
8222 Foster Rd
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We have the Buyers, you
have the Property
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8206 Woodstock Avenue
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