Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923, July 18, 1919, Image 4

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old frame building at Sil3
road is being re-shinglod this
Mrs. Belle Elwood is improving
her residence on Eighty-fourth street
by repainting.
It makes no difference
^Vord has been received of the
birth of an eight-pound son at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Byers,
of Clackamas. Mr». Byers was for­
merly Miss I<ena Bums, of Grays
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Munser took an
auto picnic trip up the Washougal
river last Sunday.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Cramer.
4802 Ninety-second street, Wednes­
day, July 9, 1919, a son.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Coulter, Mr. j
and Mrs. Wilson and son, Mrs. Davis
and Mr. and Mn>. John Graves spent
last Sunday at the chautuuqua
grounds at Gladstone and heard the
powerful lecture given by William I
Jennings Bryan.
Mrs. R. C. Wigle. of Hood River,
is visiting at the home of R. G.
Wigle, 5906 Eighty-second street.
H. L. Lusted is improving his
property at 5620 Ninety-sixth street
by some repairs to the house.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Terrell, of
Newberg, cousins of Miss Terrell, the
pastor of the Friends church, at­
tended services here Sunday, as also
did Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Terrell of
second church. The cousins were the
guests of Miss Terrell on a trip up
the Columbia highway Monday.
Mr. McKern, who has been living
on Fifty-eighth avenue, moved to
Johns last week to be nearer
J. O. Kadock and family. O.
Worden and wife and A. R. Worden
and wife motored to Scappoose last
Capt. Richard Brace White, U. S N.
is now in command of the U. S S
Northern Pacific.
Mrs. Olive Forte, 8912 Sixty-sixth
avenue, is under the care of a phy­
sician suffering from a bad case of
poison oak.
Mr«. A. E. Kenworthy is slowly-
convalescing from her recent illness,
and her many friends hope soon to
see her about again. Mrs. Mlckols.
of Ninety-ninth street and Fifty- I
fifth avenue, Ts assisting Mrs. Ken- I
worthy with her housework.
where you bny your -
Mrs. C. W. Davis, of 6304 Ninety­
fifth street, left Wednesday evening
for Oakland. Cal., to visit a son and
daughter for ten days or two weeks.
From there she will go to Denver
to visit a son, and then on to Se­
attle to visit another (laughter. She
expects to be gone a month or six
Mrs. Shaver, of Woodstock, spent
Mrs. Charles Holmes, of St. Johns,
days last week visiting her
spent Wednesday with her sister,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Wigle.
Mrs. J. O. Kadock, of 9660
of 5906 Eighty-second street.
Among those in attendance from
second avenue.
this district at the Gladstone chau­
Harvey Fawcett, of Grand 1 Rapids.
church will attend Sunday school at tauqua last Sunday were Mr. and M
N. D., son of the late Dr. John
Gladstone park Sunday. They will Mrs. W. S. San.lere and daughter
Fawcett, of Lents, visited friends in
leave the station at Lents at 8:30 Elizabeth, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Smith.
town last week.
Howard Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Lord
a. m.
and daughter Maude, Mrs. Alice
J. C. Martin, who recently moved
Mr. and Mrs. J. Senger, of Cor- Woodworth, Mrs. Jasper and daugh­
into the residence at 5606 Eighty­
vallis, spent Tuesday with their old ter Grace.
sixth street, is now
friends, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Wigle.
fly to Nashville.
The body of John W. Weller, who
also visiting other friends in Port­
died at 987 First street, was for
Comrade Clark. accompanied by land before returning home.
warded yesterday by A. D. Ken­
Mrs. Finley and Mrs. Elwood, ladies
two worthy and company to Salem, where
Carroll Woodworth, aged
of the G. A. R., spent Sunday at the
years, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. funeral services will be held and in­
Gladstone chautauqua.
Woodworth, drank some coal oil last terment made. Mr. Weller leaves a
Road Master W. A. Eatchel anti week, causing him to be very sick son. Franklin K. Weller, former as­
County Commissioner Muck were in­ for a time, but no serious results sistant state superintendent of pub­
specting the paving on Ninety-sec­ followed.
lic instruction, and Mrs. Helen L.
ond street Tuesday.
Woxham. of Los Angeles.
Helen Vail Undergoes Operation
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geisler mstored
Miss Helen Vail, daughter of Mr.
The Oregon State Holiness Asso­
out to Eagle Creek last Saturday and Mrs. Harry Vail, was taken to
ciation, of which a number of Lenta
evening and camped out over night, St. Vincent’s hospital Wednesday of people are members, will begin a
returning home Sunday.
last week and was operated on series of meetings at East Thirty-
Mrs. Mary Gething has sold her Thursday for appendicitis. She is third and East Mason streets July
24, lasting until August 3. This as­
acreage on Ninety-second street, near reported to be recovering nicely.
sociation is made of people from all
the Estacada car line, the sale being
Funeral of Mrs. Rath
Protestant churches, being along the
made by C. E. Kennedy.
Funeral services were conducted at line of the federated church move­
Mrs. A. E. Moiteiud is at the Kenworthy chapel Friday, July ment. The evangelist in charge. Rev.
Gladstone park this week and enjoy­ 11, for Mrs. Augusta Rath, of Pied­ C. H. Babcock, of Los Angeles, is a
ing the chautauqua. Her daughter. mont. Mrs. Rath was a sister of member of the Friends church, and
Adina, spent two days at chautauqua Mr. Clemmons, of Lents.
this will make his fourth consecutive
the first of the week.
year at the Portland meeting.
school at 10 a. m. Preach­
Deputy State Sealer William A. uai-
Paul Newmyer’s little son is still
ing at 11. Subject, "What Do You
tell is in receipt ot reports from var­
ill at the hospital at Oregon City,
Lack?” Junior Christian Endeavor
ious points in Central Oregon to the
Invalid home turkish bath cabinet, at 3 p. m. Young people’s Endeavor
where he underwent a second opera­
effect that some person, representing parlor organ, first-class typewriter,
tion Tuesday morning.
himself to be an employe of the de­ also beds, stoves and other house­ at 7. Preaching at 8. Topic, “The
Master’s Message." The pastor. Rev.
Mrs. Knapp, formerly connected partment of weights and measures, is hold articles. Will take a good milk
will deliver the sermons at
with the Knapp restaurant on Foster testing and repairing scales and col­ goat in trade. Owner leaving Lents.
and evening services.
road, and son Carl started for Nor­ lecting fees therefor. Mr. Dalzell calls 6228 92nd St. S. E.
7-18 2t
way last Saturday to visit relatives. attention to the fact that under the
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present state law the office does not
every week, |1.50 per year.
W. G. Lienkaemper, 6021 Eighty­ employ any person in that capacity,
seventh street, pastor of the Re­ but that a sealer is located in each
Large photograph, with man and
formed Church of Christ, will leave district, whose duty it is to test and wife standing in front of store build­
in two or three weeks for Tillamook, inspect all weights and measures, and ing. Sign reads “W. J. Steele, Pro­ In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Multnomrh County,
where he has accepted a pastorate.
that no fee whatever is collected for duce Market.” Finder please leave
Probate Department.
J. R. Rankin, of Portland, was in that service.
In the matter of the Estate and
Lenta Tuesday looking up the Clo-
Last Will agd Testament of Mary
verio Film company. Mr. Rankin has
E. Taylor, deceased.
been employed by both the Universal
Notice is hereby given that the
and Fox companies as builder for
undersigned, executor of the last
the past six years in California.
will and testament of said Mary E.
Taylor, deceased, has filed his final
A number of the Carusos and Mel­
account with the clerk of this court,
bas of the Lents Grange met Monday
and that Monday, the 4th day of
evening at the Grange hall for their
August, 1919, at the hour of 9:30
first song rehearsal for the sing at
a. m. of said day, at the office of
the field day to be held at Gresham
Honorable George Tazweil, judge of
said court, in the County Courthouse
L. L. Stratton, of 9521 Sixtieth
in said county and state, has been
avenue, brought to the Herald office
appointed as the time and place for
a few days ago an egg measuring
hearing objections to said final ac­
The keys to the Lents Garage which
six inches in circumference and eight
and the settlement thereof.
causes this place of business to be
inches around the ends and weighing
Date of first publication, Thurs­
kept open day and night, and our
day, July 5, 1919.
one-fourth of a pound.
old as well as our new patrons will
Date of last publication, Friday,
Mrs. Fred Hodge left Sunday for
find it very convenient to call at
August 1, 1919.
Mt. Solo camp, near Castle Rock,
any hour. Prompt attention to all.
where Mr. Hodge went a couple of
weeks ago. Mr. Hodge and Byron
The Garage where everything need­
are working at the camp and will re­
ed is done. Nothing unnecessary is
main there this summer.
92nd Street
near Carline
Phone: Tabor 2296
The usual services will be held at
the Ix-nts Baptist church Sunday
1-unday school at 9:45.
Good places for boys and girls and
a pleasant place for each one that
comes. Preaching at 11 a. m. "My
Summer’s Vacation” will bo the
theme. Young people’s prayer meet-
'■ ■ ■
I the Evangelical church on Thursday
. evening.
The last union-prayer meeting was
delightful from » every angle—the
Friends' hospitality, the leader’s gra-
ciousness and the people’s responsive­
Ing at 7 p. m. Evening service at
8 p. m. Subject, “Ixmging for Spring
I Water.” Union prayer meeting at
done. Whatever is done is done
skillfully and promptly. The result
is satisfaction to the customer.
♦ - •
Florence Johnson, saleslady at the
Mt. Scott drugstore, is enjoying a
vacation at Heppner, where she is
visiting relatives. Miss Lottie Schul-
enberg is filling her place at the
store while she is away.
The local order of Neighbors of
Woodcraft are planning a picnic at
Eagle Creek Thursday, June 24. Mr*
Tusaey has been engaged to take the
crowd out in his big truck. Good
“eats” and a rousing time are an­
Tabor 4141
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l.mre Order* nt* Gogfln«' Shoe Store
General Houae Pointing, Tinting
an<l Decorating
Material and Workmanship Guaranteed
We welcome any job—any inves­
tigation of either our methods or
our prices.
Mrs. Smiley and little daughter,
who have been visiting at the O’Don­
nell home on Ninetieth street, started
on the return trip to their home at
Boulder, Colo., Monday. They will
visit in San Francisco, Los Angeles
and San Diego en route.
The Lents Garage
AXEL KILD A HL, Proprietor
Tabor 3429
Home D-61
8919 Foster Road
The One-Way-Charge Company.
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8222 Foster Rd
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