Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923, March 21, 1919, Image 4

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President IVnniiuten to Speak
Lamont Dunbar left for Caldwell,
Next Sunday. March 23, the pas­
Idaho, last Wednesday evening to tor, who is assisting Harry Hays
work or, a ranch.
with revival meetings at Piedmont
church, will fill the pulpit at
Albert Daw has been absent from
11 a. tn. In the 'vening lx>v( T.
home for several weeks, having gone ;
Pennington, piv-wient of Pacific col­
to Nebraska on business.
lege. Newberg, will address the
church on reconstruction work in
It looks natural to see Mr. Dur-
kee driving the delivery wagon for France as larried on by Friends.
Everybody invited.
the Woodmere store again.
Mrs. Charles Tillman is assisting
Mrs. Guliks in the millinery store
during her busy opening week.
Laura Gray is treating her store
building at Grays Crossing to a new
spring bonnet of cedar shingles.
Mrs. Dickson, mother of Mrs. L.
Johnson, 6103 Eighty-second street,
is recovering from a severe cold.
Dr. Sells has disposed of his prop­
erty at 8820 Fifty-sixth avenue and
the parties purchasing it have moved
Mrs. Russell, of Fifty-fourth ave­
nue and Eighty-seventh street, is
critically ill, with little hopes for her
O. Voss is progressing well with
his new industry at Grays Crossing
and all wish him success in his un­
Mrs. Hamilton, Miss Fisher and
Mrs. McSloy journeyed down town
Wednesday afternoon and» attended
the Orpheum.
The Misses Violet Littlefield and
Dora Dunbar spent Sunday at home
again. They think Pacific college is
just all right
Miss Gwendolyn McCollum and
William Carver were married Mon­
day. Mrs. Caner was formerly a
resident of Lents.
Mrs. L L Levings, of 6204 80th
St., enjoyed a few hours’ visit on
Saturday evening from a former
neighbor at Marshland.
J. H. Page, for many years a resi­
dent of 8932 Fifty-sixth avenue S. E.,
has sold his home and moved nearer
the business part of the city.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Farrell, of 6321
Eighty-second street, who have been
in Park Orchard. Wash., during the
past winter, are expected home this
Little 4-year-old Bobbie Elbon, of
7928 61st Ave., was attacked by a
speed-mad lad of eight years, thrown
in the mud, and the highwayman
escaped with the tricycle.
Sunday at the M. K. church, corner
of Eighty-sixth street ami Fifty
eighfh avenue, then' will be Sunday
school at 9:45 a. m. Sunday being
the annual thankoffering for the W.
F. M. S„ Mrs. Mark Freman. a te-‘
turned missionary from India, will
fill the pulpit at 11 o’clock.
Epworth League at 6:30 in the
evening, and this will be followed
by the regular preaching at 7:30.
* Thursday evening will be the regu­
Ladies W ill Make Clothes for French lar prayer meeting at the church.
The ladies of the church begin Come and attend these services.
their sewing for the reconstruction
L. B. JONES. Pastor.
work this Wednesday, going and tak­
ing their lunch so as to stay all day. Chapel Meeting at Grays Crossing
The extracts below from J. Emil
Tuesday of each week, at 2:30 p.
Swanson’s letter written just before m., there will be services held in the
leaving Philadelphia for work in little white chapel just one block
France will show something of the north of Grays Crossing, under the
magnitude of the work the local auspices of the First Church of the
church is assisting in: “The Saturday- Naxarvne. All interested are inv ited
before 1 came to Philadelphia they to bring their bibles and be present.
(the senice committee of Friends Jesus said to his disciples. “When
churches) sent to Erance from the thou art converted, strengthen thy
store room 100 boxes of clothing; in brethren.”
these boxes was packed more than
24.500 garments. Just three weeks
before that they sent away 80 boxes
containing 20.000 garments. We will
Mt. Scott W. C. T. U. meets with
soon have another shipment ready Mrs. J. L. Scheuerman, 6223 Eighty­
again. It is wonderful how rapidly ninth street, next Tuesday at 2 p. m.
things come in. Some are just lovely The county president, Mrs. Gilbert,
and some are not; some are made will be present sure this time, and
correctly; some have parts of trim­ Rev. E. A. Smith is also to speak.
ming left off them, such as pockets General topics of the day will be
on small boys’ pants, or collars on discussed. Mrs. Gilbert will speak
waists and dresses, and some seem on things of interest in the Union
to be cut wrong. The percentage of while Mr. Smith will discuss subject.-,
these things, however, fortunately along more general lines. The hos
are very small.”
tess, Mrs. Scheuerman. is soon going
east for a visit, so this will be an
Prayer meeting at <:45 as usual.
occasion for wishing her well on he
Don’t forge’ the fellowship meeting trip. We are not following the cal­
Friday. March 28.
endar as to place of meeting, but
are having good meetings and plenty
of interest.
All come and help in this work
St. Patrick's Day Program Enjoyed for God an<l home and every land.
St. Patrick’s
was celebrated at
Lents in a most elaborate manner ODE TO CRUM AM) CHAMBERS
this year. High mass was sung at
10:30 a. m. at which a discourse was
Dollie or Nellie? One of the two;
delivered by the Rev. Pastor, taking
I’ve oft asked your driver
for his subject “St. Patrick.”
But he never knew.
From 12 to 1 o’clock dinner was
Though a name stands for naught
served by the ladies of the parish,
My friend, what counts, is you.
At 1 p. m. an elaborate program of
literary and musical pieces was ren­ For years you lunched
At my garden gate,
The large assemblage gathered in And how I’ve missed you
St. Peter’s hall showed their great Here of late.
pleasure by frequent applause. Mr. For a handful of clover
Walsh, the chairman of the day. You’d smile all over.
thanked them all for their presence But you’ve greeted me just as
and appreciation of the celebration. When only weeds I had.
Mrs. Ryan Buried Tuesday
Mrs. Ryan, of Ninety-fifth street,
who died last Sunday, was buried
from St. Peter’s Tuesday at 9 a. m.
with requiem mass. The parishoners
extend their heartfelt sympathy to
the family in their sad bereavement.
Miss Esther Wright, Miss Margery
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Smith and Mr.
and Mrs. George Stoner, of Grays
Crossing, attended the dance given by
Sendees at the Lents Baptist
the Myrtle club at Lents Monday church Sunday, March 23.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Mrs.
C. Whitlock and family came down Silver, superintendent, Good music
from Silverton to welcome their son, and live classes.
Preaching at 11 a. m. “The Cen-
John, home from France, but were
’s Challenge to the Christian
disappointed as there was a mistake
in regard to the arrival of the supply­
Young people’s meeting at 6:30. A
live meeting for living people.
Preaching at 7:30. Theme, “Uncon­
The Ladies Aid of Lents M. E.
church will hold a 10-cent tea on ditional Surrender.”
Mesdames Beulah Lynch Smith and
Wednesday, March 26, at 2 p. m., at
the home of Mrs. Morris, on 5616 Sopia Angello will sing solos and the
Eighty-eighth. Ail are invited to choir will be under the direction of
Mrs. Smith. All cordially invited to
come and enjoy a good social time.
be present.
T. W. Conlee, who is associated
with E. D. Savage in the new Mt.
Ladies Gave Supper
Scott restaurant, 6009 Ninety-second
The ladies’ supper on Thursday
street, moved this week from 751 netted $20 and the church raised, by
York street, on the west side, to subscription, the church budget. Mrs.
5441 Ninety-third street.
A. M. Patty, Rev. Beaver and Messrs.
Hessemen and Whitman made splen­
We all get a new bug at times, did addresses on the grace of mis­
but Mr. Ball, 7911 62d Ave., has a sionary giving.
new one that is very tangible; it is
a screaming yellow, and instead of
wings it has four wheels. At present
it is a convalescent at the auto hos­ Evangelistic Meetings Begin Sunday
pital at Grays Crossing.
Evangelistic meetings will be held
Mrs. S. H. Simmons, of Yale,
Wash., is visiting at the Coulter res­
idence this week. Mrs. Simmons will
be remembered by the older residents
as Mrs. Kemp, who had a confec­
tionery store on Ninety-second street
15 years ago. She will letOrff home
Somehow I miss you more
Than human kind.
Guess because I know you’re genuine.
No need to fear the greetings not
Coming from a friend like you.
Now a motor car stands
In your lunching place'
And does the work you performed
With patient grace;
But the work is all the motor can do,
No friendship or greetings to give,
Like shown in the kind face of you.
You are now in the country
Where you’re more free,
And I wish that you might take me
With you and the flocks and herds,
To a feast of songs
Of brooks and birds.
Yet a while in the niche
Where I now serve.
Seeking my need only
In ever-present Love,
I’ll find time for green fields, under
heaven’s blue,
Where I may enjoy a host of friends
like you.
Why go to town anti wear yourself
out looking for hats when Mrs.
Guliks has just what you want right
here at home at about half the price.
you pay down town ?
Old hats reblocked and dyed and
made to look like new at Mrs. Gulik’s.
at the Lents Evangelical church be­
ginning with the next Sunday’s ser­
vices. N. Shupp, the pastor, will
preach his second sermon on “The
Perfect Victory.” This will be fol­
lowed with the communion of the
Lord’s supper.
Evangelistic services at 7:30 p. m.
Rev. A. P. Layton will be the evan­
gelic .luring the week. Rev. Layton
is a successful revivalist and a very
interesting speaker. Come and hear
him. Services begin at 7:45 P- m.
Mrs. Smith, of Yamhill, who has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs. A.
.G Wright, at Eighty-second street
and Sixty-fifth avenue for several
weeks returned home Wednesday
Wh^n I examine your eyen I want to tak»* ail
Mrs. John Perkins, of
the time required to make the examination
Yamhill, is also a guest at the home
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. H. R. thorough
Thin if the only kind of examination which
of Mrs. Wright.
in saiiMfactory to both you and me.
Scheuerman, superintendent.
Therefore, would Nuggent that you make an
Young people’s meeting at 6:30. appointment.
Dr. and Mrs. McSloy entertdfhed Mrs. Wm. Anderson, president.
informally last Friday evening and
an enjoyable social time was re­
Did you notice the popular shadow
ported. Those present included Mr. brim and Watteau, .Mid-Victorian
and Mrs. A. E. Kenworthy. Mr. and Pokes at Mrs. Gulik’s, on 92nd St.?
206-7-8 Swetland Bldg, Portland, Or.
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Mrs. Gable and Mr. and Mrs. George
Fifth and Washington
Got the home news in the Herald
Spring. A delicious lunch was served
Main 7M)7
consisting of creamed chicken on every week, «1.50 per year.
toast and ice cream and cake.
Subscribe for the Herald, «1.50.
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This Beautiful Machine in either
Oak, Walnut oi Mahogany ai l Six
Records—Twelve Selections and
300 Needles at
Make your own Terms. Pay what­
ever you wish to down and a small
payment each week to suit yourself.
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
Prices have dropped to pre-war basis and what is a home
without music of some kind
92nd Street
Near Catline
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Spring goods are now
in beautiful, serviceable fabrics to choose from. Come in
and select your spring suit now while the lines are com­
plete. Moderate prices, workmanship guaranteed.
W. M. S. of the Mt. Scott church
of Happy Valley met at Mrs. Ixmon’s
la. t Thursday afternoon. A splendid
missionary meeting was hold.
Hannah Becker is suffering in­
tensely from the effects of a fall
she had some time ago.
The Y. P. A. of the Mt. Scott
church met Sunday evening under
the leadership of Miss Alberta Ul­
rich. Subject, "A Good Character
and a Good Reputation.”
Ninety second Street
ror Sale Cordwood, «7.50 per cord.
Tabdr 9M9.
I. C. Rhode Island Reds, I. C.
White Leghorn eggs for hatching;
«1.25 per setting of 15. Phone Ta­
bor 3373. Mrs. R. W. Larsen, 6804
Ninetieth street, S. E.
71. D. Kenworthy $ Company
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hand-made combination Georgette
crepe and braid hats at Mrs. Gulik’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Douglas, of
7512 59th Ave., entertained dinner
guests on last Friday evening, there­
fore did not attend the Woodmere
scNbol entertainment.
They don’t
know what they missed.
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