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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 7, 1919)
Miss Delia Whitlock, of Silverton, whose heart is perfect toward God.”
la visiting relatives in Lents thi»
The C. E. meeting was led by Mrs.
Lina Spencer, the last half of the
hour being devoted to a simple fare
Mr. and Mrs. William Stutte have well service for Mrs. Carr and daugh
purchase«) a home at Tremont and ters, Goldie ami Alice, who expect
to leave for Indianapolis early next
expect to move soon.
week. J. A. Dunbar, in a very touch
Miss Mary Robinson, of North ng speech, presented them each with
Yamhill, spent Saturday and Sunday a gold C. E. pin in the name of the
<ociety, after which the pastor matte
with Mrs. C. T. McGrew.
tome very appropriate remarks of
appreciation of their worth to the
George Jones, well-known Lents meeting and the vacancies that would
boy, came in with the 69th coast ar- be to fill. Then we all joined hands
tillery Wednesday morning.
and sang “God Will Take Care of
Mrs. Albion Peterson, of Prineville.
Ore., a sister of J. Sanger Fox, is
visiting at the Fox home, at 6228
Ninety-second street. S. E.
Bom to Mr. and Mr«. Clarence Wisae.
| 9744 Ninety ninth street. Feb. 27, a girl.
Mrs. H. Wright, of Eighty-second
street ami Sixty-fifth avenue, has
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Huff.
her mother with her as she is under 10026 Forty-seventh avenue, Feb. 28.
going treatment in Portland.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mooden-
The pie social held at the Gilbert
school last Saturday night was a baugh. 4727 Seventieth street. Feb
grand success, netting $101.45. Pies J6, a boy.
sold for not less than $1 apiece and
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Darnell wh.
one went for $5.
have been living with Grandma Dar
Mrs. Ada McFarland and daughter nell since last June left for their old
of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry home at Topeka. Kansas, last Satur
Townsend and Miss Olive Townsend,
of Portland took dinner with Mr. and
J. M. Hinnen of Kalamath Falls.Ore
Mrs. McNeil Sunday.
gon. is visiting at the home of his cous
in. L. E. Minott, 6334 Eighty-fourth
Mr. and Mrs. Goudor. of Topeka Court.
Kan., and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Scot- |
ten. of Alameda Park, were callers
Mrs. Joyce Tellefson. ¿'daughter of
at the Darnall home on Ninety-sec Prof, and Mrs. Hershner, returned to
ond street last Sunday.
her home in Madras. Oregon, after a
two weeks visit with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. F. O. and Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. McGrew attended a wed
Mrs. Fred Hodge left Sunday for a
ding anniversary reception at the three weeke business trip to Calgary.
home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Allen at Canada She will dispose of their prop
Mt. Tabor last Saturday.
erty there while gone.
Mr. Cutting sold his property at
Everybody is glad to see Elmer John
4916 Eighty-ninth street to Emery son back at his old position in the Mult- '
L. Clark, who will take possession nomah State bank.
the 15th. Mr. Cutting will move hit
family up to the ranch at Hood
A benefit dance will be given by Ar-
River the midde of the month.
leta Assembly United Aritsans on Sat
urday evening, March 8. A prise walti
Mrs. A. H. Nelson, Mrs. F. M will be the feature of the evening. The
Peters and Mrs. A. W’right attended proceeds will be devoted to furnishing
the Rebekah convention on Tuesday a room in the Artisan home.
of last week which met with Silver
New Millinery-—The latest in la
Leaf lodge at Killingsworth avenue
and Albina. They reported a very- dies’, misses' and children’s hats. Our j
millinery here in your home town— |
made by your home town milliner. I
Mrs. Inez Gulliks, and her assistants. 1
Mrs. Len Hackett, of 6814 Eighty-
second street, S. E.. has moved to
Cherry Grove. Her mother, Mrs. E.
Seward hall, March 7, 1919, at 8
Kelly, still lives at that address and
p. m.. United Artisans. Admission
will for some time. Mrs. Hackett is
30 cents. All are invited.
a sister of Mrs. Douglas, of 6808
For Sale—Oak wood heater; wood
or coal; used three months. Mt. Scott I
Several of the neighbors of Mr. Drug Co.
and Mrs. J. Porter attended the me-
mo rial services of William Porter at
For Sale—Wood or coal range. In
the Evangelical church in Lents last quire 5406 Ninety-second street, or I
Sunday morning. . He lost his life I phone Tabor 3336.
when the ship on which he was serv-
ing was torpedoed.
1916 Studebaker car to trade on
house and will pay cash difference.
J. Emil Swanson has departed for Kennedy & Wiley.
France to take up reconstruction
work in the devastated region just
For Sale—Cordwood, $7.50 per cord.
west of Verdun, under the auspices Tabor 3869.
of the Friends church. Mr. Swanson
Wanted—Parties to clear two acres
prior to leaving Lents resided with
across street from Multnomah ceme-
his mother near Grays Crossing.
tary. E. J. Burkhardt, 781 Glisan
street. Phone, days, Sellwood 62; eve
The ladies of the Friends church nings, Main 5884.
gave a farewell dinner and handker
chief shower in the church annex
I. C. Rhode Island Reds, I. C.
Thursday at 1 p. m. in honor of Mrs. White Leghorn eggs for hatching;
G. L. Carr and two daughters, Goldie $1.25 per setting of 15. Phone Ta
and Alice. Mrs. Carr and daughters bor 3373. Mrs. R. W. Larsen, 6804
expect to leave next week for In Ninetieth street, S. E.
dianapolis, Ind., to join Mr. Carr, who
has been located there for some time.
Experienced woman would like to
nurse confinement cases, or do day
Lents Grange will meet at the old work or care for children by the
hall over the Lents Mercantile store hour. 9419 Fifty-fifth avenue, S. E.
Saturday, March 8. A good program
Mrs. Lottie Moore, nurse of 25
has been arranged, Judge Gatens
will speak on the League of Nations years’ experience, located at 8744
and Hamilton Johnstone will speak Seventy-first avenue, 8. E. Phone
on the “Spirit of Democracy.” Other Tabor 476.
interesting numbers are booked for
Now open and ready for business,
the afternoon. First and second de commencing this week, Thursday.
gree work will be given at the morn Formal opening March 19, 1919. Mrs.
Both lectures given by Dr. Louise
Richter Thursday, February 28, at
the school auditorium were well at
tended, there being 125 girls in at
tendance at the lecture for girls, and
107 mothers were present to 1 hear
the talk for mothers. A great deal
of interest was manifested by both
mothers and daughters and Dr.
Richter was well pleased with the
attendance. Tea was served in , the
teachers’ room after the lecture.
The regular services were held last
Sunday in the Friends church. The
pastor filled the pulpit both morning
and evening. She preached with great
unction and power in the evening
from the text, “The eyes of the Lord
run to and fro throughout the whole
earth to show himself strong to them
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in—beautiful, serviceable fabrics to choose from. Come in
and select your spring suit now while the lines are com
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For Sale—Thoroughbred R. I. Red
hicks and setting eggs. Home
Contracts for hauling wood,
dirt, »and, ties, lumber or grain.
Write and state particulars to
Gary Coast Agency, 71 Broad
way, Portland, Ore,
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
For Sale—Furniture, garden tools
and poultry appliances. Party going
away. If in need of anything call
9305 58th Ave., S. E., or phone Ta
Wanted—Three to five-room mod-
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trie or gas lights; would like fruit
trees and garden spot. Leave ¿gidress
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