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Friday evsning, May 16, the peo fair and lecturer at O. A. C., spoke r
THE LIBRARIAN AT ARLETA ple of tha Kern Park Christian from 26 years’ experience on the
church had a social time at the din "Regeneration of Old Orchards.” The
Miss Wil Hutchinson of ths Arista ner hour in the dining room of the juvenile entertainers, “Baby Erminie’’
library suggests the following books: church. The object of the commu and her sister, made a great hit and
Harold Bindlass* “The Buccaneer nity supper was to encourage socia received continued applause. Vocal
solos were sung by the Misses Edith
Farmer.” A romantic adventure in bility among the church members.
Byer and Dolly Waterman Greene,
the Caribbean, including an exciting
Scout troop 21 (Kem Park) Is and by Albert Baird. Miss Byer
share in the central American revo
much interested in the coming meet
affective in yollow with the ladles in lution, Is not what usually befalls an at Multnomah field next Saturday at represented the organisation of the
fathers of soldiers and sailors, the
cream crepe de chine blouses. The
1:80 p. an. Scout stunts will be songs she sang being samples of
sunny scotch broom and the regal
Ralph Connor’s “The Sky Pilot in “pulled off" and the troop doing the new songs the proceeds from the sale
iris were most artistically combined
best work will be awarded a cup.
In making the refreshment center a No Man’s Land.” The man of the The event will be in charge of Scout of which are to go to that society.
thing of beauty. Miss Strange was west and the new frontier.
An interesting Boy Scout program /■
Florence McLeod Harper's "Run
in charge of the dispensing of the
be given at Kellogg school on
delicious cake and fruit punch.
June 6, at which the speakers will
an achievement of the first order. Finley, director of the Arleta
It is nothing short of a stroke of tist church choir, will combine the be James E. Brockway, Mr. Ang?ll,
luck that an American woman with singers of that organization with Prof. B. A. Thaxter and Edwin
the special equipment of Mrs. Harper those of the Portland Oratorio asso- Norene.
Fine little four-room bungalow;
was on the scene to catch the tre elation in giving a concert, The
Troop 21 will give scout stunt*,
full cement basement, with extra
mendous, fascinating event as it fund» derived wiil be divided fifty wireless demonstration, first aid and
good furnace, also g«» walei lu-aUi,
happened and set it down on paper. fifty with the ladies’ auxiliary of the signaling.
porcelain hath tub, wash bowl and
What was the special equipment of church.
Troop 32 will give a scout play.
toilet; electric lights, gas, city water
the author? She is a trained news-
Twenty-five scoutmasters of the
and phone; four big lots, almost an
paper correspondent and a veteran
Next Sunday morning at the Kem city will be invited to occupy re
acre; lot of young hearing fruit
Park Christian church Dr. R. A. served seats. Seven troops will be
trees; fine view; corner 9Uth street
"The Ijove of an Unknown Sol- Moon will give an illustrated sermon present, on invitation, with banners
and 53rd avenue S. E.; $4000, terms.
Who was he? for the benefit of the junior conacre and yells.
Elliott, owner, East 82nd and Di
Perhaps your soldier or mine. In gation. This is a regular feature
Parents and friends are urged to
vision. Tabor 2261.
the country he wrote his heart on the first Sunday in each month, and come for it is an entertainment for
paper and then vanished.
all the children of the community are their benefit.
cordially invited to attend. In the
MT. SCOTT IMPROVEMENT
evening the children’s day exercises
W. C. T. U. NOTES
If you noticed the program for
ASSOCIATION MEETS JUNE 1 will be given under the direction of
I. Purviance, chairman of the pro Tuesday’s meeting you know it was
Mt. Scott Improvement association gram committee.
good. Rev. E. A. Smith always har ■
come to the Millard Avenue church
something good to say. The peace
The young people’s class of the conference and league of nations; dis
Tuesday, June 8, at 8 o'clock, and
hear the election returns, A splen- Millard Avenue Sunday school gave appointment over President Wilson’s
did program while you wait. Mrs. a very unique and delightful enter recommendation to congress in re
W. L. Ormandy will have charge of tainment at the church last Friday gard to lifting the ban on beer and
night, May 23. Prof. Davis, accom light wines; status of the present
panied by Mrs. Lewelyn at the piano, congress, and many other present-
MRS. GEO. W. MERRY,
Vice-President. played classic and popular music day topics were ably discussed.
with his cquisitely toned chimes.
Mrs. Jasper’s solo was fine.
Next Sunday evening he will again
RECEPTION GIVEN RETURNED
Clippings giving current evftits
be at thia church and will lend the along reform lines were read by all.
SOLDIERS AT LAURELWOOD
charm of his art to the regular Sun Then came the refreshments. Some
evening sing conducted by Prof. had to hurry away, but a group of
Tuesday evening members of the
laurel wood Congregational church J. A. Hollingworth. Prof. Davis will earnest ones found it hard to sep
gave a reception for their returned ring his chimes both alone and as an arate. “We must work now as never
:M>ldiers at the church. Theie were accompaniment to the congregational before, or lose what is so nearly
eight boys who went from the church singing.
won,” was the sentiment expressed. ■
all of whom are back in the United
The Endeavorers of the Laurei- The liquor element is still At work.
States. The church wax patriotically wood Congregational church will go The plan now is to secure a refer
decorated with flags and bunting and to Rose City cemetery Friday to dec endum vote on ratification of the
■ red. white and blue flowers. An in orate the grave of Dr. J. R. Knodell, eighteenth amendment in ten states.
teresting program was given consist former pastor of the church. Sun Having failed in Oregon, the plan is
ing of the following numbers:
day morning a chest of Joash ser succeeding in Washington and will
“Star Spangled Banner,” by audi vice will be held. Memorial service be tried wherever there is any hope
will be conducted by Major Jack of success.
Address of welcome by Mrs. J. J. Hamilton. Major Hamilton enlisted
How much are you ready to give
World prohibition and all the ■
with the Canadian-army at the be
Song, “Sons of the Flag,” by Mr. ginning of the war but was trans other good work to be accomplished
ferred to the U. S. army when we by the funds from this jubilee drive?
The address of the evening was entered the war. A patriotic sing Here is a word from McMinnville:
given by Paul Newmyer.
“Afternoon meeting—Women had
will be held following the address.
Mrs. G. W. Snider gave a colored Friday the church will united with been discouraged. Wonderful results. ■
dialect reading which was greatly other Congregational churches of the One woman not a member joined and
appreciated by the boys.
They declared they
city for a memorial service at the pledged $25.
The boys expressed their apprecia- First Congregational church.
would not only raise McMinnville’s
, tion of the affair and expressed
quota of $200, hut they would posi-
At a recent program given at the tively raise at the lowest estimate
! themselves as being happy to be at
Kellogg school in charge of Mrs. $500.”
j home again.
A rousing cheer was given for the Lotta Greene Murray, N. E. Stevens
mother» of the boys and “America” spoke on "Women’s Program” as in
fluenced by the late war conditions.
i was »ung as a closing number.
Lot in Multnomah cemetery; room
L. Lewis, of the Russelville nursery, for six graves, in fine section in
secretary of the Multnomah county front; price $90. Tabor 2261.
W. C. T. U. COUNTY INSTITUTE
News Items from Arlela
Kern Park Neighborhood
CIRCLE ELECTED OFFICERS
Wednesday evening. May 21, the
Kellogg Parent-Teacher association
met at the school building for the
election of officers, with the follow
President, Mrs. J. Bruce Polwarth.
Vice-President, Prof. B. A. Thaxter.
Secretary, Mrs. G. E. Abrams.
Treasurer, Mrs. Geo. R. Chilson.
The election was combined with a
reception to the outgoing president,
Mrs. Meta Snider, und the parents
of the school children. Miss Worrell
had charge of the decorating and
carried out a moat charming scheme
in jrurple and yellow, the cafeteria
and booths bring done in purple and
the attending ladies being gowned in
the same color. The cake table was
you are looking for
than any other merchant
in Lents, because he buys
and sells for cash.
CDftfTDV 92nd Street
Phone: Tabor 2295
The Bine and the Kahki
his our Memorial Day of all
days we should remember
the boys in blue who laid down
their lives to help abolish slavery,
and also, the boys who wore the
kahki and gave their lives to free
an oppressed people, and the boys
who wore the olive drab and gave
their all to help make the world
safe for democracy.
MULTNOMAH STATE BANK
Phone: Tabor 2923
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Highest Cash Price Paid for Used Furniture, Etc.
9213 Foster load
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.
CLEAN UP! That’s the order of the day.
We can help you. Read all the way through.
It will pay you.
771 E carry the Sherwin-Williams House Paints
eV guranteed to wear longer than most paint
and cost no more than the rest. Spring time
is the best time to paint your home. Let us
show you color cards and help you figure on the
painting of your home.
An average house
20x32x9 costs about $13.50 for two coats of
paint.Inside Floor Paint $3.50 per gallon. Wears
like iron— all colors.
ALABASTINE -the beautiful wall tint, aver
age 2 to 3 packages to room 75c pound.
Kalsomine 12c per pound.
FLOORLAC makes your old furniture look like new
H alf P int C an , 40 c
AUTOMOBILE VARNISH—Let us tell you how
to make that old car look like a new one.
Mt. Scott Drug Co
Ninety-second Street, near Carline
HELD AT MILLARD AVENUE
Lents Furniture Co
The regular county institute was
held in the Millard Avenue Presby
terian church Thursday, May 15, as
an all-day event The morning hour
was taken up with talks and discus
sion» on the "Evangelistic Work of
| the W. C. T. U.” Among those
who »poke were Mrs. Neal B. In
man. state president, and Mrs. F. M.
Diamond, county president
Helen Harford, a pioneer in the work
and a national and state lecturer,
gave a helpful talk on "God’s Plan
for Us All.” At the most enjoyable
lunch hour Mrs. S. J. Merry, presi
dent of the Arleta Union, acted as
hostess in her own inimitable way
The service of the lunch committee,
Mrs. Fletcher, Mrs. Usher, Mrs.
Hanscom, Mrs. Pawson and others,
was highly complimented,
the lunch hour Mrs. M. Frances
Swope spote of the national jubilee
anniversary, explaining the call for
a million members and a * million
dollars, and recounting the work of
the organization for the past fifty
’ yenrs. The afternoon was taken up
by addresses by Miss Ida Pendagast,
of this city, and Mrs. Mary L. Mal
lett, of the juvenile court. A com
mittee to investigate the causes and
cure of social delinquencies atnong
the boys and girls was appointed as
follows: Mesdames Burcham, Ella
Himc, Stella Wilson and Mrs. Fran ■
ces Swope. The next session of the
institute wiil be held in the Wood-
stock Presbyterian church the third
i Thursday in June.
The morning service at the Millard
Avenue Presbyterian church will be
given over to a report by Mrs. J. H.
Zehrung, of the state Sunday school
convention held recently at Corvallis.
In the evening the pastor, Rev. W.
Lee Gray, will speak briefly on "Why
be a Christian?” In the afte"noon
the Christian Endeavor and members
of the church will take a community
hike to invite people to church and
will return about 6 o’clock for a
supper in the basement dining room.
This is the beginning of a campaign
with a new church in view.
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