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I News Items of Arleta- |
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The Arleta Parent-Teacher a*»»
elation 1» planning for the election
meeting which in to lx held at the
school Friday of neat week. A pro
gram ia one of the promised feature».
Last Sunday evening at the Third
United Brethren church (Tremont),
among those who »poke on the work
of the humane »oclety were Moeare.
J. I. Routledge ami John De Lash-
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Dr, George McDonald, of the Ore
gon United Brethren federation, held
the third quarterly conference at the
Fourth United Brethren church on
Thursday, April 24.
Arleta baseball boy» played the
Kellogg boy» last Monday on (he Ar
leta field, »core 17 to 1 in favor of
Arleta. Ma»on Honeyman 1» captain
of the winning team.
the Kern Park Christian
church lust Sunday evening Rev. Wil
liam», evangelist, »poke.
»ervice A. V. Driscoll gave a »pecial
vocal number. The people of thi»
church are Jubilating over the fact
that the combined miaaionary collec
tion from the junior congregation |
and the Sunday »chool amounted to i
Neat Friday evening the Mt. Ta
bor Community club will entertain
the aoldiera and nailor» of the com
munity. There will I* a program
and refreshment» and a general good
time. Thi» club, of which E. E.
Gilmer ia preaident, 1» very anxious
that all returned »ervice men »hall
come and promise» them a royal wel
Mr». Caroline Lindell, of Powell
Valley and Seventy-first street, ia
another recent victim of automobile
unmanagvablenesa. While riding in
the car with her son, Tony, her car
ran into another machine which had
»topped suddenly and unreasonably.
After they had recovered the iden-
titiea of the two auto», the Lindell
car Htarted on ita way around a cor
ner when it collapsed with aome
vigor, the confusion resulting in the
breaking of Mr». Lindell’s arm.
At the Fourth United Brethren
church, Tremont, next Sunday, vial-
tor»' day will be observed. Thia day
ia also the 29th anniversary of the
initiation of the Endeavor society
into the official family of United
Brethren church activities. The ladies
are planning a huge cake to be top
ped with 29 candles in honor of the
occasion, and it is hoped that the au
dience will be large and responsive.
!<ast Friday evening at the Kellogg
»chool the entertuinment was given
by the various grades. Sonic of the
outstanding good features worn con
tributor! by the rooms of the Misses
World, Snook, and Prosser.
World’» room of little folk* play'd
the story of the »looping beauty
blessed by the good and enchanted by
the burl fairies, and released from
the latter»* spell by the proverbial
Miss Snook directed th«
charming Maypole maneuvers, anil
Miss Prosser let loose a »mall army
of germa (boys and girls, costumed)
who went around sneezing -and
coughing while the mothers were Im
portuning the board on som« minor
affairs. Presently in came the Rod
Cross and th»- school physician, and,
gathering the germs into a little
wagon, bundled them off the earth.
From a financial viewpoint, the en
tertainment was also a complete suc
cess, 530 tickets having been sold at
The Arleta Woodmen of the World
and Neighbors of Woodcraft com
bined in a very successful entertain
ment Wednesday evening, April 23,
at Woodmen hall.
number» included an Instrumental
trio composed of Arlington Crum,
Roy Bowen and Frank Kenworthy,
accompanied by Miss Gladys Crum;
a reading by Ed Willey; a vocal solo
by Mi»» Edith Snider; a piano solo
by Mrs. Smiley; a reading by O. V.
Badley; a mandolin and guitar duct
by Messrs. Mathie» and Gorman; a
vocal solo by A. Galichio; a piano
solo by Mr. Roach; a vocal trio by
the Misses Ollie and Della Payne and
Verl Palmer, and a reading by Mas
ter Tom Badley.
Of the ladies iff the Millard Ave
nue Presbyterian church who were
present at the presbyterial meeting
at the First Presbyterian church
April 22, were Mfsdames Jean F.
Mclxtney, Myra Zehrung, Jennie
Hine, Kellar and Tronson. Mrs. E.
T. Allen, for 25 years a missionary
in persecuted Armenia, spoke on war
condition» there, tolling how she and
others were ejected on 15 minutes*
notice and sent over a difficult moun
tain road, many of their elderly
comrades in service dying on the
way. Mrs. Allen’s personal experi
ences in this horror(ridden country
make her addresses especially inter
CARD OF THANKS
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' sincere thanks to the friends who ex
DR. C. S. OGSBURY
pressed their deep sympathy and
' love in »ervice» at the funeral, and
the gift of flowers.
B. T. Devi» and Children.
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CARD OF THANKS
DR. P. J. O’DONNELL
We wish to thank those who
kindly assisted us during the recent
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j »ickness and death of our beloved
hu.>band and father. Also the Wood
DR. A. O. ATWOOD
men for their kindly assistance in
attending to the funeral arrange
»PXCIAL ATTKNTIOS TO Pl.ATXH
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ment» and for the many beautiful
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whose comforting words wer* such a 6314 82/1 St., 8. E.
help. (Signed) Mrs. C. W. Holliday,
Norman Holliday, Mrs. Perna Kub-
DR. KATHERINE S. MYERS
berness, Mr». Minnie Perrell, Mrs,
Joseph :ne McCarr and Mark J. R-n-
none». • |ùwj(|<,ncei
Frank Krouse has a new Chevrolet
Th.- Arleta W. C. T. U. Is planning
on huving an all day mother»’ meet- so you will see hi» son Frank will
I mg in th.- near future at the Mil- be some sport thi» summer.
Lottie Miers came home to spend
j lard Avenue Prr»byterian church.
with her mother, whom she
Mr». Oliver Barton and baby »on
seen for four months.
are home from the hospital. She is
I' Fred Geppert ha» received his di»-
staying with her mother, Mr». Bean,
of 57th avenue S. E, They are both i charge paper» anil expects to be
doing nicely and baby ha» been home in a few .lay» from Vancou-
named Gail Barton.
The Y. P. A. held a splendid meet
Friend» of Mi»» Ruth Ashley have ing last Sunday evening. Purl Dear-
received cards from her telling of I dorff was the leader. The le on
her lively trip back east. They made ■ was well discussed.
.cveral »top» in Dakota and other
The Imitators of Christ cla . of
state», visiting friends and relatives, Happy Valley held their monthly
reaching home last Saturday.
i buxines» meeting last Thursday at
Friend» of Everett White are deep ‘the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bi><-hoff
ly grieved to learn how seriously ill I near Gilbert station. A good social
he is at hl» home in Mollala. His ; time was had.
condition has taken such a sudden
change that it was necessary to send
The ML Scott Hherald one
for hi» two sisters who reside here
for 50 cents.
Grandma Hollingworth had
talXlMO B cii . dimi
plea»ure of a nice automobile ride
last Wednesday in th« beautiful sun-
shine. This is the first time in many
month» that she ha» been able to
A. W. BREWER
leave her room. Her many friend»
ar« delighted to see her out.
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING
The pupil» of the primary" grades
of the Woodmere »chool gave a most
Residence 9935 Fifty-ninth Ave.
enjoyable program last Friday, April
25, in the assembly hail. The teach
er» who »o successfully trained the
little ones in their part» were Me»-
dumes Lida Wilson, George Brown,
Florence, and the Misses Queenie
Swanson, Edna Galbreath, Clara I .an-,
don, Helen Thompson and Sadie Mc
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The young people’s class of the
Mi'lard Avenue Presbyterian Sunday
school gave a very delightful party
M Years* Experience Gin me a T bial
at the home of Miss Myrtle Brock
last Tuesday evening. The house
I. F. FERRY. THE EXPERT
was beautifully decorated in spring
Will Repair yoor Sewing Machine at a
bio. soma and foliage. A very enjoy
Reasonable Price. All Work
able musical program was planned by
ALL THE POPULAR HITS
Sharpeaed— Balder lag Uvtie
the girls and several games were
WHEN THEY ARE HITS
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played. Miss Fern Mahon and Miss
Shag Taber U3IS
Lawn Mavar» Sharpaaad
Marie Hines won the prizes. Miss
Brock, assisted by her mother, served
fruit .salad and whipped cream and
cake. The young people would wel-
come any friends who wish to join
their class, and they made some fine
9201 Foster Road
Phone Tabor 2074
ROSE CITY VAN
new resolutions for service and use-
The One-Way-Charge Company,
The newest theatrical venture is
th ■ "Little People’s Theater” in the
See Us For. .
attic of the Usher residence, under
th.- management of Huber A Usher.
WOOD AND COAL
The children of the immediate neigh
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borhood had practiced and made all
th«>ir own paper dresses unbeknown
to their parents and playmates. They
SMOKED and SALT MEATS
charged two cents admission for
their program last Saturday, which
FISH an POULTRY
consisted of the following numbers:
Opening dunce, by Nanette and Billy
HIGHEST QUALITY—LOWEST PRICES
When in need of any kind
Younger; Marseilles (in Franch),
Olive Lewelyn; drill and dance en
Printed Stationery such as
5919 Ninety-second Street
titled "I See You,” Keith Usher, An-
dred Huber, Violet and Doris Haug- V
ner; Indian dance, Raymond Usher
and Violet Haugner; reading, Violet r
Haugner, entitled "Moo Cow Moo”;
trumpet dance, Nanette Younger;
tableau, “The Tidy Angel”; "Hia
watha,” by Violet Haugner; “The
In fact we are prepared to
Three Little Kittens,” Doris Haug
anything that is to be
ner; reading, Marian Usher; final
in a print shop.
song by all, “America.” The parents
were delighted to think the children
One 3-Speed Harley for sale.
One 3-Speed Indian, light weight $90
possessed so much originality and
talent, and they are going to give
One Single Pope $25
A few Second-hand Indian parts.
another show soon.
Baby Buggy Tires Put On.
The Talking Machine that
plays all records. It has the
tone. No needles to change.
Eggiman’s Meat Market
Call on the Herak
The Powell Valley grange will
meet in grange hall Saturday, May
3, for an ull-day session, including
the usual noontime banquet. Four
candidates for the first and second
degrees will be initiated, and there
will be a program. Among the in
teresting features will l»e readings by
Nathun Chambless, assistant post- i Miss Wanda Weisenflue, and the
master at Arleta, left Thursday, numbers by the Wilbur church or
April 24, for Wewoka, Okla., to visit chestra.
his sister. From there he will go to
Wednesday, April 23. the ladies of
Fort Smith and to Van Buren, Ark.,
the latter town being the old home the Laurel wood M. E. church were
town of Mr. and Mrs. Chambless. entertained by Mrs. W. O. Boon, of
Mr. Chambless has been ordered on 6930 Forty-sixth avenue S. E., the
this trip for the benefit of his health, occasion being that of her birthday.
and delighted his wife by writing The ladies were invited through the
from somewhere in Wyoming that medium of rhymed invitations, about
30 being present at the function.
ho was standing the trip well.
9124 Foster Road
Two boors West of Lents Postoffice
Each guest was requested to guess
Last Sunday morning the Rev. H. Mrs. Boon’s age and to place the
C. Rurkholder, a leader in the Meth number of pennies in a little sack
C. Rruce, whose house burned a
odist centenary movement, spoke at attached to the invitation. About $15 few Sundays ago, is putting up a
the laiurelwood M. E. church. In the was the sum taken in. and turned stone and concrete one in its place.
evening the services were dismissed over to the Ladies* aid. A most de
H. L. Stevens of I^*nts is building
so that the congregation might at licious hot lunch was served at noon. a fine roomy bungalow on his a«-»
tend the stereopticon lecture by Dr. In the afternoon the ladies were de age cast of town at Foste. ruud and
Taylor, who has returned from India. lighted by a short program on which Deardorff road.
The views and the lecture were ex were the following numbers: Violin
"Reliable" is the name of the auto
ceptionally good, even causing a stray solo, Mias Mildred Deaver; vocal I
repair shop just completed at Foster
guest and non-church man in the solo, Miss Edith Snider- reading, ‘
road and Lenox avenue by George
audience to ask how he might give Miss Mildred Boon. The accompan
to the cause of missions in India.
C. Sipe, formerly a neighbor in
the Misses Hortense Nichols and
district, called at the residence
I.ast Friday evening at the home
of Dr. W. D. Lockwood, 4604 Sixty tation was originated by Mrs. F. T. of J. L. Johnson April 26. Mr. Sipe
fifth street S. E., the losers in a Stow, Mrs. Boon’s sister, and may is just out of the hospital convalesc
Sunday school class contest for mem afford a WQrking idea for someone ing from an attack of the "flu.” He
paid his most kindly regards to
bers and attendance entertained the else. It ran thus:
winners. The losers were captained ’‘I’ve a birthday soon,” said Mrs. friends here and asked to be remem-
by Donald T-ockwood and the winners
by Miss Hazel Nichols. The evening ’’And to celebrate the day
to see some of the attempts at auto repairing that
was spent in games, music, and in ’’I’ll invite the ladies of the M. E.
we come in contact with — many times a small
listening to readings by Mias Mil
church, and others too,
Mrs. D. W. Gardner, 7626 Sixty
trouble is made worse by having amateurs tinker
Refreshments of Ice “To be my guests.
second avenue, is convalescing from
cream and cake concluded the eve “In thia little sack you may drop a a two weeks’ illness
with it. Don’t tinker with your auto any more than
ning. Mrs. R. C. Young has suc
penny (a copper one)
J. W. Witherall, 7427 Sixty-third
you would tinker with your watch. Bring it to us
ceeded Miss Betz as teacher of the “For each year of my journey.
avenue, is building a roomy bunga
"Don’t be deceived, though I am low. Mr. Wagstaff is the contractor.
and w*e will do it right. We have a complete line
young and nifty
of auto supplies and accessories, and re-charge
At the Millard Avenue Presbyter “I’m sure you all know I am more |
ian church last Sunday evening was
since last Saturday but is recovering
hold the first of a series of song "If you think I’m a hundred
services which, it is planner!, will "I’ll not be offended;
WORK DONE AT REASONABLE PRICES
continue during the spring and sum “I’ll enjoy the joke till the day is ■ Mr. and Mrs. Bernall ar« the proud
owners of a brand new Chevrolet.
mer .months. The new hymnal “Al-
This will be a great help in Mrs.
leliua,” will be used, and all who “Come at 12 M and stay late.
Bernal’s humane work.
find favorite hymns in the book and "This is no hoo-doo;
Mabie Gillette, 7705 Sixty-third
wish to have them sung at one of “You will not once hoar me say
avenue, and Henry Lonegran, of
these evening sings are requested to
J. OLLMAN, Proprietor
give the hmyn numbers to Prof. J. "For this is my kind invitation to Portland, were married at the home i
Phone Tabor 3109
Foster Road and Darrin Avenue
of Mrs. Sinclair. 347 East Fifty-first
A. Hollingworth, choir director. At
street. Rev. Staub, of the First Con
these services there will be a brief,
Lents Station, Portland, Oregon
Bet. Lents and Lents Junction
gregational church, performed the
pointed, pithy sermon by the pastor,
Rev. W. Leo Gray.
Lents Bicycle and Motorcycle Repair Shop
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