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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 18, 1919)
the Misses Edna and Mary Hines *and PROFESSIONAL CARDS
their mother; Mrs. Ada Jolley and
mother; Mr. and Mrs. George Lew-
elyn and family; Mr. and Mrs. Nels
N)R. c s ogsbury
Hanson and daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Usher and family; Mr. and
Mrs. W. Graves; Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Claude Scott, proprietor of the
Office: Tabor 3214
Res. Tsbor: 5224
Tremont barber •hop, accompanied
by Mrs. Scott, left Saturday on an
DR. P. J. O’DONNELL
extended auto trip, going first to
southern California to visit Mrs.
Scott’s brother, They will then »- Cor. W2d and Foster Rood. fonts, Oro.
turn through the states of Nevada,
Utah and Wyoming to Yelowstone
DR. A. G. ATWOOD
National park, thence home to Port
•raCIAL ATTXMT1OH TO PI.ATKS
WE BAKE EVERY DAY
William H. Amos and soa William
L. C. Thacker Is building a nice
have returned from a week’s vaca new five-room bungalow at 7804
iti re. Frlsh, of Toledo, is visiting
Albert Hansen, of Seventy-second
at the Cauthom home, 4818 Sixty street and Forty-sixth avenue, has
fourth street 8. E.
purchased a new Liberty six.
Miss Marian Usher is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Gardner, 7626
little friends at Gladstone park dur Sixty-second avenue, have returned
ing. the Chautauqua.
from LaCentnr, Wash., where they
enjoyed a visit with Mr. Gardner's
Alton Conner, ths meat man in
the Crum & Chambers building, has
moved his family into ths apart
Mr. Chamblesa, assistant postmas
ments up stairs.
ter at Arleta, arrived home Thursday
evening after several weeks’ absence
Mrs. Carrie Warntz and daughter
visiting relatives in Oklahoma and
from Colorado are visiting at the
Alabama. Mr. Chamblesa is much
home of their cousin, Miss Myrtle
improved In health as u result of hia
Brock, of Nashville station.
trip and rest.
Mias Mary Brown, of Seattle, gave
The Millard Avenue Presbyterian
a very Interesting uildrvss at the church held their community sing in
afternoon session of the W. C. T. U. Mt. Scott park Sunday evening. It
at chautauqua last Thursday.
is understood that during the re
mainder of the summer the sung
Mrs. Mary L. Mallett, of the W.
services will be held in the park in
C. T. U., gave one of her most in-
stead of in the church,
foresting talks on “Child Welfare”
Mrs. G. J. Cole und (laughters,
at the chautauqua last Thursday.
Mrs. D. L. Hiatt and Mrs. T. M.
A merry party of picnicers from Hunsaker, returned Friday from a
the Gilbert home, at Firland station, two-wreks’ outing at Twin Rocks
left last Saturday for the highway beach, in ths Tillamook district. They
to spend the night ami all day Sun report a most enjoyable outing and
say the beach at Twin Rocks is one
of the finest they have seen.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Sanders have
moved from the the house at Seven
Friends of the family of Mr. and
ty-second street and Kixty-fou rth Mrs. Jack Strain, of Montsvllla. will
avenue to Sixty-second avenue and be grieved to learn that they buried
their little son Jack Saturday, July
5. He died from appendicitis. I Little
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ze rung and Jack was only eight years of age.
family arc camping at Gladstone and leaves besides his parents a little
park during the chautauqua season. sister, Lucille, and two brothers, Har
They report a very enjoyable and ry and baby Bob.
beneficial program during the past
Mrs. C. P. Roberts, formerly Miss
Blanche Jefferies, and baby, Rose-
The South Mt. Tabor Community mond Jennie, of Lowry, Mont., are
club held an ice cream /octal at the visiting with Mrs. Robert’s aunt,
Joseph Kellogg school Friday eve Mrs. Sarah Cauthorn, and family.
ning, at which a fair attendance Is Mrs. Roberts was for three years
reported, considering warm weather teacher of domestic arts at Milwau
and summer vacation time.
kie, and her many friends and ac
quaintances arc glad to welcome
Mr*. Frances Swope, state presi
lient of the W. C. T. U., gave an
address on “Americanization** during
Mias Coffey, supervisor of the Mt.
the forum hour on Friday at chau Scott park playgrounds, and Mrs.
tauqua. Everybody was greatly in Ormandy chaperoned a crowd of
spired and benefited by her talk.
girls te the swimming tank in Sell-
wood park Tuesday. Thcy hud a
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Coons, of 4842 good swim and a jolly time in gen-
East Sixty-fourth street 8. E., are era). Last week they took them to
at home after several weeks spent Peninsula park, It is to be hoped
in visiting their son, Otis Coons, who that Mt. Scott park will have a
is conencted with the bank at St. swimming tank of its own in the
Mrs. W. J. Hoilingworth, familiarly
known to residents of the Mt. Scott
district aa Grandma Hoilingworth, is
very seriously ill at her home, 5627
Seventy-second street S. E., and no
hope is held for her recovery. All
her children are at the bedside.
The following persons from our
corrAnunity spent Sunday at chautau
qua in order to hear former Secre
tary of State W. J. Bryan: Mr. and
Mrs. Ellton Shaw and family; Ever
ett White, of Millard avenue; Mrs.
Henry Haugner and daughter, Violet;
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Phone Tabor 7468
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
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First-Class Sheet Metal Work
Guttering. General ¡Repairing, Garbage Cans, Flour Bins
Wash Boilers, Stove Pipes, Chicken Fountains, Chicken Grit-
Feed Boxes and Chicken Feed Troughs.
A. S. PEARCE, The Tinsmith
Puttr Road. Opp. P, O.
Mt. Scott Bakery
KERN PARK CHRISTI AN CHURCH
92q7 Foeter Road
Bunday morning the pastor, Dr. 8314 «2d Ht., 8. E
R. A. Moon, will talk on the “Unfin
ished Task of the Descipies of
Christ.“ He will also give a report
DR. KATHERINE S. MYERS
of the state convention of the Chris
tian church which he attended at
Turner recently. Sunday school will
ri'ones. Office, Marshall H744
be at the usual hour, 9:45, with Su
perintendent Purviance in charge. Baixixu Bui lui so
Young people’s meeting* at 7. The
evening sermon hour will be given Offteo: Main 75*7 TM tVtS Hours. V am. 0 pm
Rars. Wdi. 1XU6
Kveningk by Appointment
over to Bible study.
Again Lents was favored by the
presence of one of the state officers,
Mrs. Mattie M. Sleeth, president of
the Oregon W. C. T. U., speaking in
the Evangelical church last Sunday
night. Mrs. Sleeth is an able speak
er and held her audience with un
abated interest to the end. The
world-wide interests of the W. C. T.
U. and especially the immediate
work of the organization during this
reconstruction period at home calls
for support from every loyal patriot.
The appeal for funds brought a re
sponse of $32.25 which was turned
over to the treasurer, Mrs. Elia
Funkhauser, to be applied on the
campaign fund which the local union
is raising. Mrs. Sleeth carried home
with her a fragrant bouquet of sweet
The Portland chamber of commerce
recently declined a request from the
San Francisco chamber of commerce
to adopt resolutions commending the
president for his action in recom
mending revocation of war-time pro
hibition on beer and wines.
The American Train Dispatchers’
association at its second annual na
tional convention held recently at
Chicago endorsed national prohibi
tion. Total abstinence has been for
many years one of the requirements
for membership in the association.
J. ROSENAU, Proprietor
R. D. Kenworthy $ Company
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First-Class Service given Day or Night
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING
Close Proximity to Cemeteries Enables us to hold Funerals
at a Minimum Expense
Residence 9935 Fifty-ninth Ave.
Eggiman’s Meat Market
CHILDREN BAR BERING
SMOKED and SALT MEATS
FISH an POULTRY
HIGHEST QUALITY—IX) WEST PRICES
J. H. Bradbury
5919 Ninety-second Street
CORD WOOD AND
Yard on Foster Road
in front of Lents Library
Phone Tabor 7823
The regular services will be held ; When Ton Want to Move ;
next Sunday at 11 a. m. The sub
Call Tabor 7707
ject of the morning sermon will be
“Hindcrance to Prayer-Answer.” In
the evening at 8 o’clock the paster
will speak on the subject of “Evan
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. H. R. I
Scheuerman, superintendent. Mission
Band 6 p. m., Mrs. E. M. Scheuer
man, president. Young People’s Al
943« Foster Rd. Lents, Ore. ;
liance 7 p. m., Mrs. Wm. Anderson,
A cordial invitation to all.
THE PORTLAND BUSINESS MAN
wi o is successful surrounds himself with
every available modern devise for saving
his time and money. Tl*e business man
who fails to use an AUTOMATIC TEL
EPHONE simply closes his establishment
to tiiousande of possible customers. He
may never know the real reason for hie
failure in business. THINK IT OVER.
Long Distance Everywhere
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Home Telephone and Telegraph Company of Portland, Oregon
and Express Auto Truck ;
Church services at 11 a. m. and 8
p. m. on Sundays. Prayer meeting
nt 8 p. m. with the other churches
in the Evangelical church thia week.
The union prayermeeting was held
in the Friends church last Thursday
with Rev. Shupp as leader. The
attendance was good and everybody
seemed to enjoy the meeting. Let
us all rally to these union prayer
The pastor gave her masterpiece,
"The Divine Christ,” for her theme
last Sunday morning to a good con
gregation. Next Sunday morning the
subject will be "The Atonement”
The people are showing their interest
in this aeries of doctrinal sermons
by their testimonies and words of
appreciation as well as by the in
creased attendance, last Sunday be
ing the climax.
Next Sunday evening J. Sanger
Fox will give his farewell message
to the people. All friends and ac
quaintances are invited to be present.
The services will be in the nature of
a farewell from the church to the
Fox family as well as to hear the
abov4 message, as they leave us
soon to take up pastoral work in
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If you want nice, clean fresh Pastries
for the Home, Parties, Lodges, Wed
dings, Banquets, Picnics, Etc.
For Better Printing call on the Herald
Phone Tabor 7824
Big, clean-cut in
appearance, they give
an excess mileage
even for Cord Tires.
Hair switches; combings made up.
Strictly first-class work. Mrs. C.
! ! Fitch. 9921 Darrin Ave. S. E., Lents.
; ’ Tabor 227.
Mrs. Loomis Tsken to Hospital
Mm. Myrtle Loomis waa taken to
the hospital Thursday, July 12, and
underwent an operation Saturday.
She is reported to be getting along
as well as can be expected. Mrs.
Loomis is the daughter of Mrs. D.
H. Thorn and a sister of Mrs. C.
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