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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1919)
Subscription, $1.50 a Year
eral public, are cordially invited SCHOOL BOYS MUST
of O. A. C. went into details BRIDE- AND GROOM-
SOCIAL EVENING IS
regarding the standardized club
IS SHOCK TO FRIENDS
STOP USING TOBACCO
ENJOYED BY O. E. S. work being organized in the I ELECT ENTERTAINED
A roll call wi|l be held at
7:45, after which the following I
Was Faithful Church Worker program will be held, beginning • Resolutions Pledging Help of all Worthy Grand Matron to Make county schools.
gave interesting and instructive Card Party and Dance Given by
and Prominent in l^nts
in Eradicating the Habit
promptly at 8 o’clock:
Official Visit Here at
talks. Little Lucite Furey gave
Mrs. George Spring
Quartet — Mr. and Mrs. Ash
a reading and responded to an |
and Mr. and Mrs. Scheuerman.
encore with the following:
Address of Welcome Henry
Death hits once more claimed
The meeting at the Lents
Mrs. George Spring was hos
school auditorium Monday eve- ' Star met in regular session on “A wise old owl lived in an oak,
one of the jtopular young ma S. Westbrook.
at a dancing and card party
Violin Solo - Marie Chapman, ning held for the purpose of
The more he saw the less he
trons of Ix>nts, Mrs. Carolina
at her home in honor of
Floretta Velgut, accompanist.
discussing ways and means of It l>eing a social evening the
Mans, of 9623 Fifty-seventh
Miss Hazel Johnson,
Recitation Vivian Clark.
eradicating the use of tobacco regular routine business was The less he spoke the more he
Walter Stuttie Sat
avenue, having l>een called to
Tableau—"Victory and Bach among the pupils was well and
her reward. Mrs. Manz died elor’s Reverie,” school.
In lowing program enjoyed by all: Why can’t we be like that old
Violin Solo—Marie, Chapman, the absence of Mrs. Hess, pres-
Friday, February 7, 1919, at the
decorated with ropes of red
Good Samaritan hospital of Floretta Velgut, accompanist. I ¡dent of the Parent-Teacher as
Vocal solo, Mrs. Hal Hayner.
hearts, cupids and flowers.
Gordon McNeil entertained
sociation, Mrs. Echo McCord
pneumonia, this Iwing her sec
Dancing was the popular at
with a piano solo which was
ond attack of the malady within by a social hour.
Instrumental duet, Marjorie
traction down stairs while cards
Professor Hershner outlined Weddle and Edith Barker.
a few weeks. She was 26 years
The subject of school consol were enjoyed up stairs. Re
Light refreshments were then
idation was discussed quite ex freshments were served during
I the meeting and introduced Mr. serv^j
Mrs. Manz vas lx>m in Can
IS TO SPEAK FEB.
tensively by members and vis the evening, after which danc
Crum, truant officer of district
ada February II, 1892, and
On the 20th of this month
ing was continued until a late
No. 1, who read the law on the I the Worthy Grand Matron will itors. The program was closed
Parent-Teacher Association to use of cigarettes and tobacco
by a song by the grange.
make her official visit to the
Besides the honor guests,
Hold First Meeting Since
among minors and explained in | local lodge.
Miss Hazel Johnson and Walter
MT. SCOTT W. C. T. U. .MET
detail the penalties provided for
Stuttie, the following were in
TUESDAY OF THIS WEEK attendance: Mrs. Ida Faler,
Rev. Smith, of the Lents Bap RICHARD HESS GIVEN
The I-ents Parent - Teacher
PARTY ON BIRTHDAY! Mrs. Sleeth, State President, Mrs. M. J. Spring, Mr. and Mrs.
association will hold its first tist church, then introduced the
Stuttie, the Misses Thelma and
meeting since the influenza epi following resolution, which was
to Be Present at Next
Margaret Stuttie, Louis Stuttie,
A numl>er of Richard Hess'
demic Friday, February 21, at unanimously adopted:
i Mr. and Mrs. Max Smith, Miss
“Whereas, The use of cigar friends gathered at his home on
3:15, in the assembly room of
I Helen Smith, Mr. and Mrs. T.
and tobacco is injurious Ninety-second street from 11
the l^ents school. Dr. Ixiuise
Mt. Scott W. C. T. U. met in IC. Luke, Mr. and Mrs. McNeil,
Richter, a physician sent out to mind and body of growing a. m. to 3 p. m. Saturday, Feb
Myrtle McNeil, Gordon McNeil,
ruary 8, to help him celebrate the cozy home of Mrs. Rowley Dr. and Mrs. McSIoy, Mr. and
by the government to talk on children, and,
“Whereas, the habit is con his tenth birthday. They en Tuesday. There was a good at
social hygiene, will be the prin
Mrs. Thomas McSIoy, Mr. and
and increasing by the joyed themselves playing games tendance and interest. Mrs. Mc
cipal speaker of the occasion.
Arthur Geisler, Miss Ade
Grew, of Eighty-fourth street,
Light refreshments will be youths of Lents school district and a numlier of the young la
Mr. and Mrs.
and among the pupils belonging dies furnished music.
Mrs. and Mrs. Brown, a newcomer Phelps, Mr. and Mrs. .Irvin Fos
served In the teachers' room.
to Lents school and Franklin Hess served a bountiful lunch who expects to locate in Lents,
were pleasant visitors. Much ter, Mrs. Sarah Worden, Mrs.
MAY CIRCULATE PETITION High school to their detriment eon at 12 o’clock to which, need interest was expressed* in the Gladis Wilcox, Maurine Wilcox,
and retardation in their school less to say, they all did justice.
Mrs. Gladys Bremburg, Ray-
FOR SIDEWALKS ON 92ND
work, now, therefore be it
Those present were Velma anti-cigarette movement, and a mod Thom.
"Resolved, That we, the pa Hall, Louis Barker, Thelma resolution was passed declaring
MRS. JOHN MANZ
the Union’s readiness to co-op
J. F. Coffman, an old-time trons of the school, the business
spent her girlhood days there. resident of Lents, called at the men and residents of the dis Kennedy, Cara Ash, Louise erate with the Parent-Teiicher McKinley in Eastern Oregon
She was married to John Manz Herald office Wednesday and trict do hereby agree to do all Shakespeare, Linwood McCord, association and school authori
D. R. McKinley traded prop
in 1909 and they have made gave us some valuable news in our power to discourage the Harry Ixjomis, Victor Stephen ties in every way.
erty in Lents and a timber tract
Ismts their home the past seven items. We certainly appreciate habit and will co-operate with son. Walter Smith and Richard
Plans were made for the next near Pendleton for a 150-acre
and Dorothy Hess.
years. Two children .were boro the courtesy and would deem it the school and churches to cre
meeting to be a Willaixi memor irrigated farm land at Hermis
of this uniyn, Martin, aged 8, a favor if more residents would ate a healthful public sentiment
ial service with State President ton, Umatilla county, Oregon.
O. A. C. INSTRUCTORS
was born in Canada, and Wil do likewise.
Mrs. Mattie M. Sleeth, as the Mr. McKinley has been on the
against the habit that is so
liam. aged 6, in IxMits.
Date and hostess will ranch the past five months and
Mr. Coffman is considering harmful to youth, as well as a
SPEAK AT GRANGE
Mrs. McKinley will go as soon
be given next week.
Mrs. Manz was a true and circulating a petition to have violation of the state law. Be it
as the residence property on
faithful Christian woman, be cement walks put in on both therefore
Details of Standardized Club
new members coming into the Ninety-second street can be
ing a memlier of the Reformed sides of Ninety-second street
"Resolved, That we, the pa- i
Work Organized in Coun
Union, and hear of more that disposed of.
church on Sixth avenue. She from Fifty-fourth avenue to trons, citizens and residents of
are coming. No one should
was also a prominent member Sixty-seventh avenue, I^ents.
Lents, will do all in our power
Gives Birthday Party
think that the work of the W.
of and hard wo’ker in the Re-
to aid the proper jyuthorities to
liekah order here, and was serv LENTS MAN PASSES
Freisinger, of Fifty
bring to justice each one who is
ing as warden at the time of
selling, giving away or in any
HIS 73RD BIRTHDAY way causing the youth of our hall with a good attendance. A complished fact. Our movement street, entertained a number of
her death, and will l>e greatly
missed in the lodge. She was a
community to use cigarettes or number of visitors from differ is now world-wide, and touches her friends Tuesday afternoon
quiet, unassuming woman loved Families of Children Gather to tobacco in any form.”
ent granges were present. Ow every moral issue. Annual dues of last week in honor of her
and respected by all who knew
A discussion by business men ing to the fact that the candi are still only $1, but part of birthday. A dainty luncheon
Help “Father” Scheuerman
followed in which Mr. Coulter, I dates for third and fourth de every dollar reaches the wona’s was served and all present had
Celebrate Happy Event.
Besides her husband and two
Mr. Davis and Mr. Cieslinski gree work were not present the Union. Come and help recon a most enjoyable time.
time of the morning session was struct the United States and
little boys she leaves to mourn
The Scheuerman brothers,
Mrs. Dawson, former Lents
her departure her mother, Mrs.
J. E. Brockway, scout execu taken up by short talks from the world for morality and tem
with their families, gathered at
visited Mrs. J. C. Mc
Carolina Miller of Canada, who
tive of the city, offered the Boy visitors.
the home of “Father” Scheuer
In the afternoon a very en
was too ill to attend the fu
Scout movement as a solution
man on Tuesday evening of this
neral, and three sisters, Mrs.
of the habit, as it teaches the tertaining program was ren
week in celebration of his sev
Mirwald, of Lerta; Katie Wolf
habits of good, clean living and dered. Opening song by the Mary Hall, of Alberta, Canada,
enty-third birthday. After a
J. F. Coffman has traded his
and Bertha Miller; and five
healthful outdoor sports. Miss , members was followed by a is visiting her mother, Mrs.
short social time together the
at Clarks station for
brothers, Fred, Frank, George,
Terrill, of the Friends church,
twins escorted their father and
Martin and John Saur, all of
also gave an ^interesting talk on
mother to the dining room,
whom live in Canada.
where all were served with ice
Funeral services were held at cream and cake.
Kenworthy’s chapel Wednesday,
$ m £SS<SSS! í
The children as well as grand
The Kenworthy Undertaking
February 12, under the auspices children joined in wishing him
company has been re-decorating
of the Rebekah lodge. Rev. many more such birthday oc
the chapel this week.
Lienkemper, pastor of the Re casions.
draperies have been hung, a
formed church, officiated. She
new rug will be laid and the
was laid to rest on the beautiful Mrs. Dunbar's Nephew Visits
door made larger. The result
slope of Mt. Scott Park ceme
Corporal E. S. Coyle, nephew will be a most pleasing improve
of Mrs. Dunbar, of Ninety-sec ment in appearance.
ond street, stopped over Friday
Kennedy Buys Hom ■
VICTORY SOCIAL AT
night with the Dunbars, en
E. Kennedy has purchased
GILBERT SCHOOL 22D route to his home in Galena, the Thompson place at 5221
Kan. Mr. Coyle was attached
to battery C, 346th field artil Eighty-ninth street and is hav
Program to be Given in Honor
lery, and reached Camp Lewis ing the house remodeled and
of Soldiers Who Aro Home
January 24, coming direct from rennovated, and will occupy the
From the Service.
France. He received his dis property some time next week.
S. P. Keller and family of Se
charge February 4.
arrived here Saturday and
A victory social, under the
their property at
New Herald Subscribers
auspices of district No. 45 Par
ent-Teacher association, will be
Recent new subscribers are Fifty-third avenue and Eighty
held at the school auditorium Mrs. J. Heidt, Mrs. A. W. Stew seventh street.
at Gilbert Saturday evening, art, lister Clarke, Mrs. J. E.
New Baby Girl
NEW ARLETA BRANCH PUBLIC LIBRARY
February 22, in honor of the Gilbert, Mrs. Porter, E. M. Cal
A nine and a half pound baby
l>oys whose names appear on kins, 0. B. Guisness, W. C. Grie- girl arrived at the home of Mr.
The people of the community raised new in Portland will be inaugurated *
the money to buy the lot upon which —an outdoor reading room. It will
the district service flag. All >el, H. R. Scheuerman, R. W. and Mrs. Julius Heidt, on Fifty
the library is built by popular sub be a lattice enclosure banked with
families, relatives and friends of Larsen, Mrs. Allen, Mrs. J. II. fifth avenue and Jordan street
scription, $1800 in all, It is located shrubs and roses, a roof at one end,
of colonial style architecture, built at 4420 Sixty-fourth street.
and with reading tables and chairs
these boys, as well as the gen- McSIoy, Fred Luther.
Thursday, February 6, 1919.
of light brick with white trimmings.
In the spring something entirely on the graveled earth.
DEATH OF MRS. MANZ
LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1919