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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1919)
Mr. Ames has sold his grocery
Mrs. F. M. Jasper, of Lents, is
store at Foster road and Sixty-sev
visitine her aister at Dundee, Ore.
enth street, to Mr. Corns. Mr. Ames
to go to San Diego, Cal.,
Bom. to Mr. and Mrs. Welch. 6115
soon for his son. Henry’s health.
Eighty fourth court, February 4.
Miss Elizabeth Hyde, who went
E. A. Droste started on a six- to Portland about two weeks ago
weeks’ business trip to New York for a riait, has decided to remain
and has enrolled as a student at
Tuesday of last week.
Franklin high school. — Clatskanie
Mrs. Kimber, of Fossil, Ore., for
mer Lents reaident. is visiting
The little daughter of C. J. Larson,
friends here this week.
of 6203 Eighty-second street, was
run over and her foot badly injured
Rev. Wilson delivered a lecture at while roller skating on the street
Newberg Wednesday evening, return this week.
ing home Thursday morning.
Our Grafonolas ordered for Christmas delivery
just received and as we have too many on our
floor we are going to make SPECIAL TERMS
on any machine in our house
R. E. Thomas, of 8U3 Sixty-sixth
Mr. Page. an old gentleman 77 avenue, arrived home last week from
years of age. is suffering from a Salem, where he has been undergo
serious case of stomach trouble.
ing treatment at a hospital- Mi.
Thomas has fully recovered his for
A girl baby arrived at the home mer good health.
of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lewis Van
Hoosen. 6002 Ninety-fourth street
Fred Geisler has become tired of
splitting fir knots and is installing
a Quaker heating plant in the base
Mrs. F. M. Peters, of 8115 Sixty ment of his residence, which he ex
sixth avenue, is enjoying a visit with pects to enjoy the balance of th<
her mother. Mrs. Etta Williams,
of long winter evenings.
This Beautiful Machine in either
Oak, Walnut or Mahogany and Six
Records—Twelve Selections and
300 Needles at
We will put this machine in your
home at $3.00 down and a small
Come and let us demonstrate
one to you
Other Machines from $20.00 to $120.00
Now is the right time to get your Machine dur
ing the long winter evenings
Multnomah County Sunday School
Convention will convene at the Anabel
Presbyterian Church Sunday, February
9 Rev. Hubert, State Secretary, Prof.
Ewing, Superintendent First Presby
terian S. S., and Miss Viola Johnson
are the leading speakers. Each person
Mrs. W. R. Douglas, of 6808 attending is requested to bring sand
Eighty-second street, has received wiches, doughnuts or salad.
word that her brother, Eugene Kelly,
of the 111th anfantry, died in France
On Wednesday evening, February
of appendicitis in December.
12, the Lents Evangelical Church will
celebrate Father and Son movement.
A most excellent musical program will
W. M. Quinn, formerly proprietor
be rendered from 7:30 to 8:00 o’clock
of a grocery store here, has pur
to wieh all are invited. After which
chased the Smith 4 Company store
fathers and sons of church membe.n
at 524 East Fifteenth street North
will be entertained at a supper served
and took possession last week.
in the basembnt parlors.
Miss Helen Douglas, nurse at the
Waverly Baby Home, has been ill
with influenza at her mother’s home.
6808 Eighty-second street, but re
turned to her work this week.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Good
Preaching service at 11 a. m. Sub
ject, “The Great American.”
Young people’s meeting 6:30. Pres
ident, Mrs. Clara Ressell.
Preaching service 7:30.
“The Boy that Made Good."
From the 8th to the 16th, Boy
Scout week, also father and son week.
It is the time for dad to get ac
quainted with his boy. The pastor
will treat these subjects in prayer
meeting and church service.
Prices have dropped to pre-war basis and what is a home
without music of some kind.
LIBERTY BONDS TAKEN AT FULL VALUE
MT. scon DRUG CO
the youngest old men on the Pacific
Coast. They gre the Rev. N. Shupp
and Rev. W. Aubrey Wilson, both
ministers in regular and active work.
The first named is doing full work
as pastor of the Evangelical church
on Ninety-second street, and the lat
ter is working full time as evange
list, preaching and lecturing. Their
combined ages, 76 and 78, are 154
Rev. Shupp has been 53
years in the ministry and Rev. Wil
son 56, aggregating 109 years. Both
are in vigorous health, and as a co
incidence, these .two veterans occu
JUST TWELVE STEPS FROM THE
pied the rostrum together at the
CAR TRACK TO THE DOOR. ....
memorial service last Sunday night
at the Evangelical church.
may they live.
Harry Hays, the well-known evan- iiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!
gelist, who held meetings in the
church a number of years ago with
great success, commenced a series
of metings Sunday. The time set
is 7:30 each evening and 11 a. m.
Sunday in addition. Meetings are
planned for two weeks. Mr. Hays
is a forceful speaker, an unusually
good preacher, and holds the atten
tion of his audience every minute.
His anecdotes and illustrations are
interesting and to the point, and he
varies his program once in a while
by singing and playing his own ac
companiment. Those who heard him
at both services Sunday were well
pleased with him. The local church
is praying much for an outporing
of the spirit and the conversion of
souls. All are welcome to our ser
vices. Arrangements are being made
to hold afternoon services during
We are glad to note that one of
fiOOl) EY KNIGHT
our members has opened up a barber
My modern and thorough method*,
together with the latent «nd moat
shop on Foster road. We wish him
in prewribing leriNe* almost irripoM-
Satisfaction guaranteed or
2M-7-1I Mwetland Bldg., Portland
Two "Young” Old Men
Lents can not only boast of hand
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Mrs. Margaret A. Moreland, the
L. E. Minott. formerly a substitute
mail carrier in Lents, has purchaser mother of Dr. C. E. Moreland, who
a half interest in the William. formerly lived in Lents, died at the
home of her son-in-law and daughter.
Realty company at Grays Crossing.
533 Miller avenue, Sellwood, January
25. Mrs. Moreland was 7-* years of
Mrs. Ada Bennett and son.
Roseburg, are visiting with Mr. ai
Mrs. W. S. Bennett at Eighty-secoi
The Lents branch of the Red Cross
street and Sixtv-sixth avenue S. E.
is now receiving articles for that organ
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Morris and ization. Old papers, rags, bottles tin
baby daughter, of Seattle, are visit cans, etc. The papers and bundles must
ing Mrs. E. A. Droste. Mr. Morris be securely tied, bottles clean, ami
cans with tops only will be received.
expects to locate here permanently.
Temporary storage at the office of the
Patrolman Tusi has been assigned
to first night watch duty in Lents
Mrs. L. Johnson, is in receipt of a
He takes Mr. Matson’s place, whe letter from her son William, of Cam-
died last week from the effects of pany E 127, 32nd Division, stating that
he had been wounded with shrapnel
while in the Argonne Forest, but would
Chester McGrew, who was in bus be able Io join his division next week
iness with Mr. Miller, the plumber which expects to leave for Germany
on Ninety-second street, but whe immediately. He also stated that he
sold out some time ago. is back had seen Clarence Johnson of I^nts.
working for Mr. Miller.
LENTS MERCANTILE COMPANY
TRY OUR HOMEMADE
THE TABLE ....
Cranberries Celery Sweet Potatoes
Oranges ■* Lemons
Pickles Vegetables Canned Goods
WE DON’T KEEP GROCERIES, WE SELL THEM
5805 92nd Street. S. E.
Phone: Tabor 1141.
Sixth Avenue Grocery
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
C. B. NORBLAD, Proprietor
JI. D. Kenworthy $ Company
Fancy and Staple Groceries, Fruit and Vegetables
in season. Everything Sanitary.
PHONE: TABOR 173
Pay When Yon Get the Goods
Try Our E Z Payment Plan.
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58024 92nd Sditi S. E.
4615 66th Sl„ Cor. Foster M.
Phone Tabor 5267
Phone Tabor 5895
NEW BARBER SHOP
Children «sder 14 years. Haircat 26c
Meek Shave 5c.
«met Tabar SfM
TRY SYDNEY LAMB'S
I. F. PIRRA.THE IXPERT
Will llvpalr ronr Sowing M«< hine st •
Reasonable Price. All Work
First-Class Service given Day or Night
Close Proximity |o Cemeteries Enables us to hold Funerals
at a Minimum Expense