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LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1919
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SQUARE IN NEW YORK NAMED FOR PERSHING
FARMER’S FIELD DAY
AT GRESHAM JULY 26
MARVIN HEDGE TO COMPETE.
IN NORTH W EXTERN MEET
Won F.**-nt in MultiMHiuth Anglers'
Club Contrat at X*-II w < mm I Park
The farmers fifth annual field meet '
will be held at tiresham HatuAlay Í
under the direction of Multnomah
county Pomona Grange
from various grange* throughout the
county hr* working to make thl* meet
Although culled the
It Is not to be
understood that It I* solely
farmers and granger*.
Invited to attend.
A good old-fashioned picnic lunch
will be the noon hour attraction. Fol
lowing thl* will be featured Grange
No prise* will be awarded
for thl* feature of the program.
decision a* to which Orang* deaervee
credit for the beat slant will be left
to the cropil.
The Grange chorus will
>>* led by Ml** Kate Bratsei and the
community sing In the afternoon will
lie conducted by M
The concessions are In charge of
William Rtyleas, who furnished re
freshment* and amusement* at the
Greeti a in Fourth of July celebration.
Following la lhe varied and inter
esting program arrange*! for the day:
Mu»«*al and Literary Program 10:8O
Grange chorus, led
The wading pond la about a
from 10 to 95 girls
"Htar Hpangled Hanner." audience
la director for the boys and Miss T.
Miudc by the Civic Marine Work*
chorus, popularly known as th* ■hip
Grange Xlunta 2: SO
The** exercise* will be Interspersed
with «ongs by a community chorus.
Prominent ¡peakers will be present
moat contests and also to the Indi
NI MBER OF 1’1101*1 RT1EH
CHANGED HANDS ItECENTIA
Ihalr friend* enjoyed a
welner roast laat Friday avenin* at
Johnnon creak, near Kendall station.
A very enjoyable time wai had. Those
In attendance were Mr. and Mr*. Al
bert Kin*. Mr
previously owned by H. M. Chaffee.
Peter P. Bernhardt purchased the
five-room modern house on Ninetieth
street, between Hlxly-thlrd and Hlxty-
Mr*. Mary Gething ha* bought an
RI'XTX GIVEN HI UPRISE PARTY
ON WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
father of Mr*. F. N. Jasper.
Fifty-third avenue, were the object*
of a surprise party recently, the oc
REV. JAHPER PAYS THREE-
DAY VIXIT TO FAMILY HERE
While they wore out In the
the evening the self-in
vited guest* took possession of their
home, greatly surprising the rightful
Rev. F. N. Jaaper, formerly paator
< of the I,onta Mathodlat church but
owners on their return.
ent were Mr. and Mrs. John Heed and
who has been eniraired In Y. M. C. A.
work with troop train* for »everal
month* past, * took advantage of a
Rose Hubler. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Es-
■Ig. Mr. and Mr*. William Mead, Mrs.
trip to Han Francleco with a troop
train to run up to Portland for a
three-daya* vielt with hl* family re
Mr. and Mrs. George Reed.
Miss Alice Berry,
Ml** Nora Reed,« William Hubler and
Mr. Jaaper'* headquarter*are
largely In th* *outh where It I* ex
tremely hot at thl* time of the year.
EVANGELICAL Y. P. A. TO
PICNIC ON JOHNSON CREEK
During hl* visit here Mr*. Jaaper al*o
entertained three slater* from out of
The Young People’s Alliance of the
town, the flr*t occasion upon which
Evangelical church will give a picnic
the four elaters hMd all been together
Saturday evening on Johnson creek.
for »oven year*.
All young people, ami older ones as
well, are urged to go and enjoy the
met In Odd Fellow* hall laat Friday
evening with these young people.
Junior Y. P. A. I* also invited.
evening for the purpose of Installing
officers, but owing to the failure of waiting room at 7 p. m.
the deputy who wa* to have charge
of the ^ork falling to appear tho’eve-
nlng wa* given over to regular buxi
nes*, after which ' refreshment* con-
slating of Ice cream and cake were
A number of visitor* from
POPULAR YOI'NG PEOPLE
ARE UNITED IN MARRIAGE
Buchanan were united In marriage nt
the Evangelical parsonage Thursday
tended an Invitation to the local lodge
of laat week, July 17, Rev. N. Hhupp
Both Mr. and Mn. Bu
to vl*lt them last night, which wa* officiating.
known In Lents and
accepted by a number of Rebekah*
expect to make this their home.
pfed by the Young People's Alliance.
Thursday afternoon Dr. J. H. Staub
church, will deliver an address.
1834, in Oneida county,
Mr*. E. A. Droste and little daugh
ter are visiting “Daddy" Droste at
Baker this week.
Mrs. E. Cox. 9232 Fifty-eighth ave-
nue. Is conflned to her home with an
attack of the quinsy.
Mr*. G. A Tobey, of Eugene, Is
visiting »his week with the families
of Dr. A. G. Atwood and Dr. C/ H.
Mrs. Marvin Hedge returned from
the hospital the last of the week and
Is convalescing nicely from her re
Jesse ltowley of Eighty-ninth street
and Sixty-seventh avenue went to
eastern Oregon last week to work In
the harvest fields.
Mrs. A. Boland and little daughter
Dorothy have returned after a short
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Webb,
of Kalama, Wash.
Mrs. W. H. Rusk, of «710 Ninety-
second street, has been suffering with
tonsiliti* the past week but Is re
ported to be Improving at present.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kelly of Eighty
eighth street, returned home last
week from their trip to American
Lake. The trip was made by auto. •
Mrs. C. H. Atwood and daughter
Margnret, of 9104 Fifty-ninth street,
returned last Friday from Eugene,
where they had been visiting rela
Tom McSloy and family, Mrs. T.
Bright, Mrs. Jesson and I .ester Moll
motored to Government Camp last
Sunday and made a fine catch of
trout while there.
Fay Rayburn left Hunday evening
for Boise, Idaho, where he has ac
cepted a position with the Davidson
Axel Klldahl has sold three Dort
automobiles recently, the last one be-
Ing sold this week to the Fitnkhauser
brother* south of I^nts.
Comrades Walrod, Clark and Tus-
*ey, and Mesdames Elwood, Finley,
Lawrence, Woodworth, Tussey, Pow
ers, Schimerhorn and Maffett, ladies
of the G. A. R.. attended the c'nau-
tauqua on G. A. R. day.
Mrs. Bird B. Clark, formerly a
teacher In the Ix>nts school, now
principal of Birkenfeld school In Co
lumbia county. Is visiting Mrs. O. E.
Lent and family.
MRS. SANDERS ATTENDING
ASSEMBLY OF EASTERN STAR
He was married to Cornelia
Parmele tn 18(1, and soon after
Mrs. W. 8. Sanders left Wednesday
Iowa, where he conducted
morning to attend the sixteenth tri
ennial assembly of the general grand
In 1880 he
chapter, Order of Eastern Star, which
W W. Wakefield has sold his prop
erty about a mile east of town to Joe
N oservices at the Evangelical
church August 3.
This diminutive “taxi" uu*l Its charming driver were the «•enter of nttruc- removed to Frontier county. Nebras
tloii at n recent theatrl«ml party ut the botank'al gardens in Iamdon. Pretty ka, where for many years he had a
little Mis* Gertie Millar and her miniature hansom cub drawn by a beaut.ful cattle ranch.
Shetland |xmy were forced to refuse scores of prospective “fares” as they
Compelled by failing health to
drove around the gardens.
abandon active life, he came to Port
BRIEF ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST
near Ninetieth street.
Adeline Rathkey. Rosella and Corene
Irwia Mrilk Inson. Alta laindon. «race
Jasper, Einma Wllbanka, Marie and
Wednesday afternoon and Thurs
day, August 6 and 1, will be o~cu-
C. E. Kennedy report* the follow
George Whitfield Warner was born
ing real estate deal* of recent date:
PASSED TO REWARD JULY 20
MEMBER* OE METHODIXT
CHI RCH ENJOY Ol'TING
General live topic* will
be discussed at each session and one
the Tents, bed springs and straw may be
home Thursday morning, the remains had on the ground by campers.
Members of the Lents church ar*
being shipped to Everett tor burial. -
urged to attend his feast "of go33"
At the lime of going to press lhe pro
gram of sports could nol be secured.
I»eceased wa* born at Everett.
Marshfield with hl* parents last fall.
will be all kinds of games and ath
purk In the afternoon at 2:30.
On August 9 there
much worse, death following on Tues
The park Is open from
10 a. m. to 9 p. ni.
Gary for the girls.
ing home hi* health wa* not so good,
the leadership of Kev. A. C. Matzke
hour of each session will be devoted
to departmental work.
Music m afternoon will be led by
I-ent* on the Gilbert road, died Tues
three weeks in Halem.
the park Is from 90 to 110 boys and
Program I :M
year-old son of Mr. and Mr*. Albert
Rohlfing, living about a’mile east of
fellow was taken sick some time ago
foot and a half deep In the center—
juat right for the "kiddies."
I »inner hour—basket dinner.
playing In the
other forms of amusement provided
Pcperell Paul Rohlfing. the eight-
•and piles, wading In the pond and
Cornet *olo. Thoma* Quirk.
in for Its session Tuesday and Wed
This part of the convention is under
as ever this year, judging from the
number of youngsters who seem to
take much delight In
MTTLE SON OF .MR. AND .MRS.
ROHLFING DIED ON Tl'EXDAY
The Lenta playground Is «» populat
sisted by Wilbur orchestra.
will be held at th* Riverview camp
SMALLEST “TAX(” IN THE WORLD
"Picnic Hong," Grange choru*.
west will hold their annual contest at
Hell wood park August 9 end
club* of the
which anglers from British Columbia ground, near Jennings T.odge, Oregon
City car line. July 3» to August T.
'o California will participate.
An extensive program has be« n ar
some prize* will be awarded the win
ranged for the occasion
ners of the various events. Ho far as
will be crowded with good thing* for
could be ascertained Marvin Hedgi-
soul and body.
'• the only fan from lx-nts who will
Home of the special feature* are
enter the contest.
evangelistic sermon and service each
Concerning the event the Telegram
afternoon and evening, July 29 to
of Wednesday evening says:
The conference was es
caster* have been practicing for tome
pecially fortunate In securing the ser
time for the northwest championship
vice* of the evangelist, L. M. Nan
to bo held here early n^xt month.
ning*. and hl* singer. George D.
Several dark horse* are to be entered
Reep, of Kansas City, who come with
in the big meet, and Marvin Hedges,
the best of recommendations as suc
a newcomer, has been setting souii
cessful evangelist*. Both are accom
high marks recently.
plished saxophone players, which ta-
man who is slated to figure promi
Mtruments are used during the meet
nently thl* year I* Jack Herman, who
Good music may be expected.
has been right on the heel* of the
The summer bible school will hold
leading casters all season.”
its session each morning from 9 to
At the regular weekly casting tour
11:30. The book of Ephesians will be
nament of the Multnomah Anglers'
taken up a* a study.
club held Wednesday evening at th*
"Pershing square." New York city, so retinmed In honor of our commander In France. The square face* the
of the Oregon conference will be In
Grand Central terminal. The plioiogruph shows the new runway Into the terminal, which 1* now nearing completion. Hellwood pool Mr. Hedge won one of
This school of bible
the three, events, the five-eighths
study will be of special benefit to all
ounce distance bait cast, hi* record
LENTX PLAYGROI ND 1*01*1 LAR
cast being a distance of 193 feet.
The Hunday School League come*
WITH KIDDIEH <»N WARM DAYS
The annual campmeetlng and con
vention of the Evangelical church
VOL. XVn. No. 30
1910, and settled in
wood, where he died at his home at
Mrs. Sanders was accompanied by her
cousins while in Seattle.
also go to Bremerton
Sanders' brother, Mr. Lord, before re
Matthews and McCoy streets, July 30,
He was an active member of the
THE OAKS ON ÄUGEST S
were held at Kenworthy's undertak-
ANNEAL G. A. R. PICNIC AT
Fev. Smith of the Baptist church
was called to Highland. Clackamas
county, Wednesday to preach the fu
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Riley nnd Mr.
and Mrs. Tom I«ooney have returned neral of Mrs. Augusta Rutherford.
from Boardman. Ore,, where they Mrs. Rutherford was the widow of
were living on a homestead. They are a former classmate of Rev. Smith.
stopping for a time with their son at
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Krebs and
Miss Evelyn Hogue spent Sunday <n
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Williams, for
merly of Lents, have just returned Hillsboro as the guests of Mr. and
Miss Evelyn is
to Portland after an extensive trip Mrs, Geo. Allen.
during which they toured through the staying with her sister, Mrs. Krebs,
Yellowstone National Park.
while Mrs. Hogue is out of town.
Some of ’the Lents people attend-
Chas. Warde, of 5704 Ninety-sec-
Ing the chautanqua ut Gladstone last
ond street has been making extens-
Sunday were Alla l.an<ion. Edwin
Rozella Wilkinson, O. A. ive alteration* and improvements to
Weeks and Corene Wilkinson.
his house and has just finished lay-
Mr. nnd Mrs. Bohl and little child, ing hardwood floors in dining room
formerly residents of .Medford, have and living room. The exterior is now
moved Into the Morris place on Fifty being treated to a coat of paint.
sixth avenue anil Eighty-eighth street
Mr, and Mrs. Fred Geisler and
which they purchased recently.
children and Miss Ruth Reynold*
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stuttie have
purchased a home near Tremont and left early Tuesday morning on a
will begin housekeeping the first of camping trip to Seaside and way
Mrs. Stuttie will be re point*,
They expect to camp two
membered as Miss Hazel Johnson.
or three days in the mountains on
The Spinney brothers, of Raymond, the way to the coast and will
Wash., who motored down a couple gone till the first of August
of weeks ago to visit their parents at
Elghty-nlnth street and Fifty-sixth
Geo. F. A. Walker, well known to
avenue, and their grandmother, Mr*. many readers of the Herald, is now
C. C. Smith, returned home Sunday.
located In the Columbia building, be-
Mr*. Mamie L. Hogue and daugh Ing associated with the De Keyser Op-
ter Helen left Saturday for a couple
tlcal Institute. Dr. Wk’ker and fam-
of weeks visit with her slater In Falls Ily lived for several years on Buckley
She stopped over Rnndny at avenue, and hl* many friends wish
Hillsboro to visit a friend, Mrs. Geo. him well in hl* new location.
Mr. and Mr*. J. T. Kennett, who
Miss Helen Vail returned home have been visiting their daughter.
from St. Vincent's hospital Tuesday Mrs. H. A. Darnall, of 5309 Ninety-
second street, for several months, re
evening, and her many friends will turned to their home at Topeka. Kan.,
be glad to learn that she is recover last week. They made many friend*
U III regret to
ing very rapidly from her recent learn that they have decided
- • - - not t to
I make Lents their home.
and Ladies of the G. A. R. will leave
Lents station at 9:30 a. m. on August
2 en route for the oaks to attend the
annual G. A. R. picnic.
is extended to all friends of the order.
please bear In mind to
bring well-filled lunch baskets.
LENTS PEOPLE ATTEMD A
RECEPTION FOR SOMMER
Mrs. W. H. Woodworth and Mr. and
Mrs. Hubert Bleythlng attended a re
ception recently at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. William Moore on East
Twenty-seventh street North in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rider, Mr. Rider
received hl* honor
Mrs. Rider and Mrs. Moore Will be
remembered a* the Misses Ruby and
Old ¿tasdniark Beiug Rased
of 1934 Footer
reed, XMe’own* the old buildtag on
Ninety-fir.vt street between Foster
roatf*'and the car line, is having it
He will use some of the
lumber to build a house on One Hun
dred and Fourth street, near Gilbert
road. xThe old structure wu former
ly occupied by Duke's meat market.
Refund Received on Paving
The property owners who put up
the money for the paving of Ninety-
second street have been refunded a
*194.10, the difference be
tween the estimated and actual cost
of the improvement Revised figure*
show the actual total coat to have been