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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 7, 1919)
Items of Arleta-
Kern Park Neighborhood
eluding a string of pearls and ear
drops from hsr daughters. The fol PROFESSIONAL
lowing is a beautiful place-card trib
ute to Mrs. Cole from her daughter: Tabor 4754
TOAST TO MOTH KM
Buns or Rolls
Cakes of all kinds
DR. C. S. OGSBURY
Though If subiuargad la car*
Novar too tlrad 1» »bar«
My i-blldlab .omplalut.
And youraalf acquaint
Wltb uiy wo.a aad Joy a
Whatbar aarioUa or a matter af lo/a.
Just a*, on through tbo yuora
Ivor ready with four .mllaa or assra
To atilt tha occasion of tnlrtli or frars
You bavo been st your post,
l.lb» tbo mother wno iovud moat
You'»» dedicated your llfo to t plastic
Whether It reu u I rod pleasuzu or pala.
la reverie of tala your birthday
I glimpse you aot of SSXMMM clay.
And while Olbera groat you st thia featir-
S. E. Chambers, of the firm of fashion«! games, millerboy, pig-in-
Crum A Chambers, broke his arm the-parlor, and others, accompanied
while attempting to crank his ma by Herman Schmidt on the accordion.
chine la»t Monday.
Among those from Arleta who at
tend«! the convention of the Re
Miss Mary Cauthom, piano teacher bekahs at Silver I^af lodge, Killing
at 4816 Sixty-fourth street, 8. E., Is worth and Albina, 'last week were
getting her students ready for a Mesdames Lillie Perry, Wave Organ,
studio recital to be given in about Alice Crofts, Sarah Alvord, Frank I greet you wfth my wlab of longevity.
Griffith, F. J. Chadama, Dana Mor- And for your faithful dwotluu to Battery
my allghteat notion
fan, Ella Montgomery and Charles
I crown you with granteat levo aad grat
Mrs. Hartman, formerly a resicTent
Affx-tlonately your daughter, Oertrgdr
of Arista, now of the West Side, was
At a special meeting of the official
Those present were Mi-sdames Geo.
a guest of Mrs. II. M Davies, 6001) board of the Kern Park Christian
Si».)-sixth street, 8. E., last Tues church last Tuesday evening, the Cole, L. L. Levings, Frank Miller,
James Welch, Jessie Crouch, W. J.
present pastor, Rev. Rupert A. Jefferies. R. J. Taylor. S. Schell-
Moon, was re-elected to the pastor hause, D. D. Hiatt, G. P. Douglas, T.
The Rev. Rupert A. Moon hold» a ship a* permanent pastor. Next Sun
C. H. Scott and Ger
class for personal workers on Sun day at 11 o'clock there will be held M. Hansaker,
day evening» at (J o’clock. This work I d this church a memorial service in trude Bemal.
correlates with ths work of the honor of the late WUbJr Jacluon, of
Christ inn Endeavor of that church.
the aviation corps service, who' died
of pneumonia in Germany. Mr. Jack
Thieves gained entrance to the Kil-
The Walulu Campfire (Kellogg son leaves a wife in Nagna, Utah,
m -I uh .I) held it» iiMual meeting in the
in the Tualatin valley. Mr. and Mrs. near vFirland station, recently, and
room of the guardian, Miss Margaret Jackson,
are members of the stole meat aggregating 625. A pass
Hart, lust Monday afternoon after Christian Sr.,
to which their de key was used.
school. This was a regular cere ceased son church
also belonged. Dr. Rupert
A. Moon will have charge of the
O. M Butler, of the Millard Ave
nue Fuel A Ice Co., Fifty-second ave
The 8th B class of Kellogg school
nue and Seventy-second street, S. E.,
were entertained at the home of Mi»»
The 5H-months-old twin -baby, lit will move one-half block north of his
Claru Brown, corner of Seventieth
street and Forty-first avenue. About
present location to the property he
20 of the class were present to en 6264 Sixty-fifth street. S. E., di« recently purchased, formerly known
suddenly Wednesday, March 26. The a» the Carpenter Lumber Co. A»
joy the game» and refreshments .
little fellow had apparently been ail soon as the specifications are com
ing only since the «lay before when pleted construction of warehouse, sta
Mrs. George Wilson, 4823 Sixty hr had been seized with a convulsion. bles, storage plant, coal and. gravel
fourth street, S. E., left last Tues The second »pa»m occurred Wednes bunkers, etc., will be rushed to fa
day for Estecada, near where she day morning, ending the little life cilitate handling the business, which
will stay indefinitely at a ranch, hop before the doctor arrived. For some has outgrown its present quarter».
ing that the fresh air, and good time before and during the baby’s Mr. Butler’s announcement is charac
milk und butter will help her recu Hines» an older brother, George, teristic of the progressive business
aged 2t4, was ill with pneumonia; men of Mt. Scott.
perate her health.
and on the day of th* baby’s death
the other twin, Louis, came down with
Hats made to order and hate trim
The Woodmere I’arent-Tencher as the same <lia*a»e. At the present
sociation will hold its regular month tim* both G«orge and Louis are con moil to order by Mrs. Gulliks.
ly meeting next Tuesday, the 11th, valescing. The funeral service of
in the school building. '1 his associa little Nicholas was held at Kenwor
tion is planning an entertainment for thy's
Undertaking parlors, Thursday,
that Mrs. B. T. Davis,
the financial benefit of the associa March 27, Rev. E. A. Smith, pastor
who has been ill for some time, is
of the ents Baptist church, officiat
not improving as friends had hoped
Mrs. Alva Fitxhoff returned last
Week from Hillsboro after settling
The friends of Miss Wild* Henika,
up the affair* of her lute husband. of 0022 Fiftieth avenue, 8. E., will
Mr. Reidy, of Park Drive, has sold
She exports to leave in the near fu be greatly grieved to learn that she his place where E. J. Mahoney is
ture! for the eust. .Mis. Fitxhoff is is very ill at her home. Miss Henika
known to the laiurelwood neighbor has been ill for some time and is now living and he has to move, We all I
hope he won’t go far.
hood a» Alva Wolcott, a teacher of only just about holding her own.
Miss Winnie King arrived Saturday
E. M. Calkins has been building
evening from Grand Rapids, Mich.,
Friday evening. March 7, at the for an indefinite stay with her par another house on his place and ex
Anabel Presbyterian church, George ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. King, 4823 pects to have It ready for a waiting
Warner, Y. M. C. A. worker from Sixty-fifth street* S. E. Miss King
India, will »peak at 7:30 o’clock. Mr. was a business girl in Grand Rapids. occupant in one week more.
Warner will »peak on his experiences
Little Miss Laura Jean Usher,
Mr*. C. H. Bateman and sister,
in India and will have souvenirs for daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
This meeting will be Usher, 7819 Fifty-seventh avenue, S. Mrs. Smith, with their nephew, Geo.
held under the auspices of the Ladies’ E., is the young-st member of the Pottibone, who returns to his home
auxilliary of the Anabel church.
Arleta W. C. T. U., the little bow
of white having been pinned on her in Duluth in about a week, were re
cently seeing the Columbia highway.
Miss Gladness Murray, 3126 Sixty- tiny bosom by Mr* M. -Frances
want the boy to “remember |
second street, S. E., recently received
from France a very beautiful scarf morial meeting Tuesday, February 25. Oregon.”
and a »ilk handkerchief together with
some silk-and-cmbroidery holiday
Last Sunday evening the Laurel
George Burns, who has just been
card» from Clyde O. Frye, 318th en wood M. E. congregation was ad
gineers. Mr. Frye, a Montana man, dressed by Mrs. M. J. Mellinger, of discharged from service in U. S. A.,
anti before going overseas located at the Portland Industrial Center, lo intends building a garage and repair
Vancouver, Wash., states that the cated at First and Caruthers streets. shop on the west side of property be
company is hard at work rebuilding Her subject was prayer, one of the longing to Gale A Gale, on Foster
fundamental ideas in the mammoth
Centenary movement which is being Road and Lenox avenue. It is re
firomot«! by Methodism. Mrs. MeL ported here that Mr. Bums is an ac
The Arleta Baptist church choir inger is assistant superintendent of complished mechanic and a master at
guve a concert last Sunday evening the industrial center of which Mias
under the direction of Prof. J. A. Ollie Davis, recently appointed, is the auto repair work. This section sings
Finley, a»»i»ted by 20 or 30 member* superintendent. The Sunday school loyal prosperity to the soldier boy
of the Portland Oratorio association. of this church has inaugurated a and hia grit
The regular choir combined with the once-a - month missionary Sunday,
Oratorio members, about 60 voices in lout Sunday was the second of these,
D. J. Trout, son of Mr. and Mrs.
all, to give the opening and closing the regular collection, which is to be
numbers. Other features were selec used on these Sundays for missions, D. J. Trout, of Gilbert, was hit on
tions from the Messiah by the mem amounting to about $6. The Sunday the head with a crane Thursday, Feb
bers of the Oratorio association, a school attendance last Sunday was
tenor solo by Clare M. Godfrey, and about 130. (Note: If you want your ruary 27, while working at the Smith
a ha»» solo by Prof. Finley. Others Sunday school to increase in all & Watson Iron Works.
who assisted were Mrs. J. A. Finley, ways,
knocked unconscious, and three
soprano'; Mrs. H. P. Bloxham, alto; sionary Sunday.)
stitches were required to close the
Mi»s Ruth Irish, organist; and Miss
wound. He is reported improving as
Dana Livesay, pianist.
Tuesday, February 18, the Arleta well as can be expected.
W. C. T. U. sent to the wounded sol
' A.' C. Holcomb was taken to the diers at Vancouver home-made cakes.
Good Samaritan hospital last Satur On the 25th the ladies sent them 17
day. About 10 days ago he was lounging cushions, 45 pounds of ster
brought to Portland by his wife for ilized rags for wound dressings, and
Tonight, March 7, the members of
treatment and was till Saturday with about 20 pounds of rags for gun
her, a guest at the home of Mrs. O. wipes, as the men are obliged to keep the June ’19 class will hold a get-
H. Gilbert, 4928 Seventy-first street, their firearms in trim condition. This together party in the high school
S. E. Miss Ruby Pound, sister of last Tuesday, March 4, the ladies
Mrs. Holcomb nnd a trained nurse, is took home-made candies, including gymnasium. Gene Gillis is in charge
attending Mr. Holcomb at the hos peanut brittle, fudge, etc. Other of the affair, assisted by Fred Rog-
pital. Mrs. Holcomb, formerly Miss goodies contributed by them have ers, Irvin Whetstone, Camilla Csn-
Minerva Pound, will be remembered been fruit, cookies, apples for 300 field, Marion Gillis and Miss Ger-
as one of the Arleta school teachers, men, and puffed-rice Brittle. The
in which institution she taught for puffed-rice brittle can be eaten by trade Blackmar.
aboift if! years. Mrs. Holcomb is ac almost all of the convalescents, but
The recent social hygiene lecture
companied also by her little daugh the heavier candies only by those
ter, laittie Elizabeth.
who are in a certain and stronger given by Dr. Richter under the aus
condition. This Union has bought pices of the Parent-Teacher associa
The Kern Park Christain church, 100 pounds of sugar to be used in the tion was attended by more than 400
comer Sixty-ninth street and Forty making of jellies, etc., for th* re mothers, and was much enjoyed. Miss
fifth avenue, will give an Irish din turned wounded. Those who wish to Winnifred Forbes gave two beautiful
ner in the basement dining-room of show their appreciation of these fel
the church Friday evening, March 14, lows who have all but made the su violin selections preceding the lecture.
beginning at 6:30 o'clock. The com preme sacrifice that the rest of us A social afternoon is to be enjoyed in
mittee in charge consists of three of might stay at home in safety may ths near future. An excellent pro
the newly-elected officers of the Loy do so by leaving a subscription with, gram will be given and refreshments
al Workers: Mrs. Griff King, presi or mailing it to, Mrs. S. J. Merry,
dent; Mrs. F. S. Ball, first vice-pres 7193 Fifty-fifth avenue, S. E. Mrs. served. It is hoped that all patrons
ident; and Mrs. N. A. Tisdale, second Merry's phone number is Tabor 3428, and friends of Franklin high school
vice-president. The funds derived will and she will gladly give information will be there to greet them.
be used for local church purposes. concerning the work for the casuals.
Other officers elected at the last elec Mrs. Lillie Terry, Mrs. Griff King,
An evening of dancing was
tion were Mrs. Florence Tisdale, sec Mrs. F. J. Merry, Mrs. Helen Hans
retary, and Mrs. Wright, treasurer^ com, Mrs. F. C. Beebe and Mrs. Fan ducted by the Home Economics club
nie Pawson met Tuesday at Mrs.
Merry's home on Millard avenue and of Franklin high school on Friday
evening, February 21. There was a
made peanut brittle.
last Friday evening the Neighbor*
large attendance of Franklin students
of Woodcraft gave a good entertain
Mrs. Gertrude Bernal entertained and alumni, and many from other
ment nt the Arleta Woodmen’s hall.
The opening number was the singing at her home at 6126 Eightieth street, high schools of the city. After the
of the “Star Spangled Banner’r by 8. E., March 1, in honor of her grand march the couples formed a V
the audience. Following this was a mother, Mrs. Geo. Cole. The decora
reading by the well-known Mrs. Meta tions and place-cards carried out a and to their delighted surprise a min
Snider, a vocal solo by Miss Della pink motif, and on the place-cards iature George and Martha Washing
Payne, a reading by Audry Purdin, was printed a toast to “Mother’’ by ton came out before them. The pro
a vocal solo by Mrs. Olive Hayner, a Mrs. Bernal. The time was spent in ceeds were used for the Armenian
piano solo by little Miss Enos, a vo music and social diversion, the guest, and Syrian relief.
cal solo by Mrs. Gladys Noel, and a of honor, Mrs. Cole, winning a first
reading by Mrs. Charles Fulman. C. prise, a lovely hand-painted plate;
Hat repairing. Right styles, right
J. Jones, district organiser of Neigh and Mrs. Frank Miller winning a
bors of Woodcraft, gave a short ad second. Mrs. Cole’s’ birthday cake prices. Have you see those rough
dress In conclusion. The rest of the had 62 candles on it; and she was »raid sailors? Some hat! Mrs. Inez
evening was spent in playing old- th* recipient of beautiful gifts, in- Gullika.
Res. Tabor; 6224
Office: Tabor 3214
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Cor. 92d and Foster Road.
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16C aid up
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