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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 2, 1919)
church. The ceremony was witnessed
Mr*. Effie R. Tamplin. of 5322
by numerous relatives and friends. Eighty-aecond street, returne«! last
Fred Geisler bought a Chalmers Both young people have a host of week from her trip to Richmond,
friends ig Ixnta and Portland who | Ind., in attendance at the annual
wish them unlimited happiness and board meeting of the American
C. L. Evarts and family have ■ prosperity.
Friends Board of Foreign Missions.
moved to a new home at Woodmere.
I She is one of th«» two members of
John Dorsy died at his home, 4912 from Malaysia, will be present an«! ■ this boani representing Oregon y«'ar
Eighty-sixth street, Sunday morning .»peak at the Woman’s Foreign Mis- ( ly meeting of the Fiiends church.
While in Indiana she ;mi«l a short
at 9 o’clock.
sionary society of the Lents M. E. I visit to George L. Carr and family,
church, to be held at the home of
Mis. Charles Fankhauser has gone
formerly of !x»nts but now living in
Mr£ L. B. Jones, 5329 Eighty-eighth
to California for a six-weaka* visit
Indianapolis. She found “George”
street, at 2:30 p. ni. on Wt-dnesday,
with her mother.
just as fat and sassy as ever and
May 7. Everyone cordially invited
I riding around in a Port automobile.
The Myrtle club of the Lents Grange to attend.
The Carr family sent hearty greet
will give a dance at the Grange hall
The girls of the la>nts school have ings to their friends back in Lents.
Monday evening. May 12.
organized a baseball nine and played Mrs, Tamplin «as accompani.sl b)
C. H. Ferris, 8923 Seventy-first a practice game with the Woodmere B. Willis B«>«'<le, th«» field secretary
avenue S. E„ has sold his home and girls in the assembly hall at Wood- i of the missionary board, and under
mover! into the Gething house across mere school last Friday afternoon. her chaperonagv he has visited all
I'he score was 9 to 9. The following four of th«' quarterly meetings of this
girls compos«' the team: Captain ami yearly meeting.
Mrs. Tom McSIoy and little daugh
thin! baseman, Ada Ingram; catcher,
ter, and Mrs. Lester Moll and chil
Edith Hershman; pitcher. Ella Bar
Just try Madam C. J, Walker
dren returned Frida) evening from
nett; shortstop, Florence Urfer; first
HER method of scalp treatment. Cull
their California trip.
base, Rose Stone; second base. Ione Mrs. Brooks, 6522 Ninety-fourth St.
The Ernest Tr» nary family are I Clark; left shortstop. Opal Hamilton. S. E.. Lenta, Ore.,.or ring Tabor
confined to their home, 6649 Ninety-
The annual session of the Oregon 6048 Sundays all day.
second street, with influenza. They
conference of the Evangelical church
are report«! to be improving.
convenes at Seattle with the First
A 5-passenger touring car, just
William Albrecht, of Seventy-first church next Thursday. May 8. with
overhauled, all new tires and storag
avenue an«i Ninety-secon«i street, is the preliminaries on the preceding.
making arrangements to build a coxy day. Bishop G. Hemmiller. D. D.. of | battery; for quick sale> *350. cash
home facing on Ninety-recond street. Cleveland, presides over the delibera terms. Call Sunday. 9419 55th Ave.
tions of the conference. Rev. Shupp S. E.
Miss Schimpff, of San Diego. Cal., will leave for the conference next
arrived at the home of her niece, Tuesday and remain absent about a
For Sale— Folding l>ed and mat-
Mrs. A. F. Pasquay, 5715 Eighty- week. The presiding bishop, together
third street, Thursday evening. She with the presiding elders, have the tress for sale cheap. Phone Tabor
expects to spend the summer here.
appointing power and will appoint 8453,
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
The members of the G. A. R. will
celebrate Memorial Sunday. May 25,
at the Baptist church. A special in
vitation is extended to all returned
soldiers. Boy Scouts and all other
Mail carrier Cutting spent the
week-end at Hood River with his
family. He says Hood River and vi-
cinity are making great preparation
for blossom day, which will be Sun-
day. May 4.
pastors to all the charges within the
bounds of this conference district.
Lents Parent-Teacher association
met in the assembly room at the
school Friday afternoon, April 25.
with a very good attendance. Mrs.
O. A. Hess presided.
Hershne; presented for discussion the
proposed increase in teachers’ sal-
aries, after which the circle cast a
unanimous vote endorsing the propo-
which will be voted on at the
school election May 10. Mrs. Ada
Wallace Unruh gave a very interest
ing and instructive talk on the “Evils
that Befall Young Girls.
Contracts for hauling wood,
dirt. sand, ties, lunil>er or grain.
Write and state particulars to
Gary Coast Agency, 71 Broad
way, Portland, Ore.
One Year For
This extraordinary offer may not last long—don’t
delay or you may be too late.
Bring or send in
your 50 cents and get all the local happenings of
your home district, for a whole year at less than
one cent a week—mailed direct to your home.
T h ' pape * \
DO IT NOW!
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5812 Ninety-second Street
Lents Furniture Co
Phone: Tabor 2923
Used Furniture as Good as New. Half
the Price. We Pay the Highest Cash
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LESS THAN ONE ( ENT A WEEK!
About 25 ladies congregated at the
home of Mrs. McNeil on Foster road
Thursday afternoon, April 24. The
occasion was a reception for Mrs.
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Jenson and a farewell for Mrs. Hay-
den, Mrs. Olive Forte’s mother, Re-
freshments were served and a very
For Rent—Store room with living
enjoyable afternoon was spent.
rooms in connection. Good location.
A. E. Hamilton, of Ninety-second Call at 6632 Ninety-second St. S. E.
street, deserves a banner for the
Bicycle for sale; good condition;
record he made by his work in the
shipyard. He worked in the Coast 6228 Ninety-second street, or phone
shipyard for two years, only laying Tabor 6037.
off once during that time, when he
Spring is nearly gone and these
had a mashed finger and could not
bright sunshiny days tell us that
ummer is not far off. Those pretty
A very pleasant afternoon was spent summery hats in all the latest
when the Ladies Aid of the Lents M. shades, for old ladies, young ladies,
E. church surprised Mrs. E. L. Sells, misses and children, can be found
at her home. 8922 Fifty-sixth avenue, at M rs. Guliks millinery store on
Wednesday afternoon, April 30, in a Ninety-second street.
Few pernon« know whtl eonatitiitra normal.
farewell party, as Dr. Sells, wife and
I^ m than one In every hundred lia« normal
vlulon Why not know the condition of your
family are leaving Lents where they
eye«. IF 1 C’AKK FOR Yot It EYES TÎIEY
have been associated for many years
WILL CARE FOR YOU.
with the Ladies Aid and all church Sycamore. F. W. Hill. Phone Sell
work. They will be greatly missed in wood 3094.
all good work in this community.
For Sale—One hundred egg Mandy
Miss Marion Turner, daughter of Lee incubator. F. B. Golden, Route
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Turner, 9025 3, box 303, Lenta, Ore. Tabor 2207. 206-7-8 Swetland Bldg. Portland.
Fifth and Washington
Seventy-first avenue S. E., was mar
ried to Emory Martin, formerly of
For Rent—Furnished rooms. Mrs.
Lents, at Seattle last week by Rev. E. W. Elrod, 6335 Ninety-second
Matthews of the First Presbyterian street.
FOR A SHORT TIME
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The Mt. Scott Herald
9213 Foster Road
Kidder—When we're married we'll
after they had recovered his wife
M rs. Tom Kearns entertained a
live In a house where there are no
took sick again.
number of frieads at a party Satur
Mr. Davis and Miss Dorothy Davis, day afternoon. April 26. at which the
Katherine—So as to avoid the pos-
of Ninetieth street and Woodstock announcement of the engagement of albllity of family skeletons.
avenue, Mr. and Mrs. George Deirin- her daughter Marguerite to E. T.
ger of Sellwood and W. W. McDow Keelan, of Goble, was made. The
N0 END TO IT
ell motored to Hood River last Sun wedding is to be some time in June.
day. An enjoyable trip was reported. The guests were entertained with a
They saw two machines which had musical program, piano numbers be
run off the grade at Cascade Locks. ing given by Mrs. Fankhauser and
Bemiece Kearns and Miss Kelly gave
Mrs. George Spring, of 4909 vocal and violin selections. After
Ninety-second street, left Wednesday the musical numbers delicious re
for an extended visit with relatives freshments were served and a social
in eastern Canada, whom she has afternoon was much enjoyed.
not seen for 21 years. She will stop
Rev. N. Shupp, pastor of the Lents
over in Kearney, Neb., for a few Evangelical church, will close his first
days’ visit with Mrs. Burk Beeman, year of pastoral labor with this com
then continue her trip by way of ing Sunday services, May 4. At the
Chicago and Detroit.
morning services annual reports of
the department of church work will
be read, after which the pastor will
review the year’s work and preview
the outlook for the coming year. The
year closing has been fairly success
ful, however, leaving room for great
er improvements. The church to
gether with her pastor enjoy a very
hopeful outlook of encouraging pros
perity for the coming year. The
gain over the loss of membership of
| the past year are comforting. The
finances are the best in the history
!of the church.
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Lester Clark has sold his property
at 10236 Fifty-fifth avenue S. E. to
Oscar Taskinen, and has purchased
a home on East Davis street near I
Mr. and Mrs. M. Redmond, 6303
Thirty-first, where he will move in
Ninety-sixth street, entertained a
the near future.
! number of friends at their home
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kenworthy, April 21, the occasion being their
Mr. and Mrs. R. Gable and Mr. and eleventh wedding anniversary. The
Mrs. Gus Heidrich motored out to I evening was spent in playing many
Troutdale on a little fishing trip interesting games, after which re-
Tuesday afternoon. We will let them I freshments were served. Those pres
tell you the fish story.
ent included Mrs. Redmond’s’ father
H. D. Pierce, of 5424 Eighty-ninth and mother Mr. and Mrs. D. L.
street, is suffering with blood poison Klock, Mr. and Mrs. A. Stephenson,
in his left hand caused from a sliver. Mrs. Leona Taylor, Bert Stone, the
Mr. Pierce has had more than his Misses Ellen Anderson, Mildred An
share of ill luck the past few months. derson, Grace Klock, Theodora Klock.
His family all had the “flu,” and i Florence Klock and Stella Davis.
M iss Eugenia Ellis, of Lents, who
entered Bellingham normal last fall,
is now teaching in Everett, Wash.
Miss Ellis was one of four students
in the normal selert*-d to fill vacan
cies because of unusual talent and
excellent scholarship. She is teach
ing the 6A grade.
For Good Solid
W. E. GOGGINS
5935 92d Street
Burke s First-Class Garage
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General Auto Repairing, Supplies, Oils,
Greases and Storage
USED - CARS - FOR - SALE
Have one Truck and one Oakland Touring
If you have a Car for sale bring in and
I will sell itjfor you.
Phone Tabor 7468
LENTS MERCANTILE COMPANY
THE 1 ABLE . . .
Cranberries Celery Sweet Potatoes
Pickles Vegetables Canned Goods
WE DON’T KEEP GROCERIES, WE SELL them
Phone: Tabor 1141
5805 92nd Street. S. L