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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 15, 1919)
News Items from Arlela
Kern Park Neighborhood
I.itilo Mina Fioretto« King of 7011
Minarti avenue la visiting her auntie
* A. J. Ilolllngworth and family and
went to Beatile Thursday, August 7.
to sp«nd some tim« recuperating In
the home of hör bruti er.
W orri II,
Itev. W. lx1« Gray,
age tract ni iou I 26 miles from Port
land, on the Capital highway.
spend aii Indeflnate time.
came down Inst Monday on a viali to
her purent«, Mr and Mrs. Georg«
4411 R*vonty-ninth street H
Mrs, Helen Clack ot« Anatri has
returned from an «»tended visit 'n
Mrs. Mary A. Gray. Who has been
ranch which they have purchased in
E.. has purchased an arre
the vicinity of St. Helens.
visiting tier son,
5410 Seventy-first at root H E., moved
Mt. Tabor Community
tivities during tb« risk of the vaca
tion seuson, will resume Its rumimi-
nlly work tie first week in Beptem-
E. E. Gilmer, 2111 HrSveilty-
first street. is president of thls or-
Mrs. Junies Ixsihy an>l
family from Astoria have moved Into
the house st 4615 Sixty-sixth street
At a recent meeting of th« Kre
nlng Star Ognnge, Judge Gelena spoke H. E., formerly occupied by Dr. It.
oil the evils of divorce, and the edi A. Moon. until recently pastor of the
âpoko on the Armenian question.
uf chlropructlca, and will at th« aarn«
('rattan's parents at their ranch In
tirns b« abl« to live near hls mothsr Ontario province.
While there the
In h«r dedlnlng yaars.
Mr«. Moon party wilt visit other relative«, as t
and her aon, Conrad, ar« at th« pres
is th« former horn« of both Mr. and
ent time «Isltlng In Bois«, Idaho.
Th« Rev. Mrs. J. J. Handsaker.* of
Mr. and Mra. H. T. Blakesle«, 7621
4916 Forty-fifth avenue H.
Fifty-ninth avenus 8 H>„ hav« b««n
entertaining Dr. und
Mrs. C. O.
Wainscott of Hermiston, who stopped
Ocean Park with her family, returned
Monday, August 4. to Portland to of
ficial« at the Henry Amen funeral
Mrs Handsaker'left again
service, had 15 months’ overseas ex services.
perience In a hospital about five for Ocean Park last Thursday.
here en route from New York.
Wainscott, ranking us captain in tha
miles from Hrldeux.
He was th«ra
In charge of the X-ray work.
Mrs. O. H. Gilbert and Mrs. A. C.
Holcomb of 492* Seventy-first street
and Mr«. Wainscott left last Monday B. E., are entertaining at their Rock
for their home In Hermiston.
Mrs. island summer camp. (xurt week the
Wainscott la a stater of Mrt Blakes guests consisted of Mrs A. Ames and
club, wblcji has disc«»ntlnu«d its ac
tor of the Four l.'s. Lieutenant Gill,
wh«c« h« will tak« up Ms practlc« line, loft last week for a visit to Mrs.
The real value of a shoe is not so much
Pound. Ixrttle Elizabeth Holcomb and
what you pay for it as how it fits. For ill-fitting
shoes are injurious to feet, health, mentality
and disposition. Therefore we fit every foot
thin week for the farm home of her
Ix'« Gray, «910 Millard
duughter, Mrs. Fred Buchanan. The Avenue,on Friday, the flthqvith her
ranch Is In tic 'vicinity of Corvallis.
two little daughters. Margaret and
Mrs. Cauthorn has recently received Mary Virginia,
a communication from Attorney Fred
Yates of Corvallis ln*connectlon with
the Corvallis trad In which the Cau-
thorns were the original, and ar«
mother, Mra. Writ. O. Bhawk, to the
latter's ranch near Carlton,
were motored down by Mrs. Gray's
The ladies Aid society of the Third
About 22 sat
Ben Ecabo, 7617 Forty-fifth ave Tuesday afternoon,
nue 8. E, has been called to Parsons, down to the 1 o'clock dinner, after
Kan., on account of an accldemt to which there was held a short busi
This is our second aim—first perfect
Hi^the city on business concerning
United Brethren durch held Its an-
tie Arnoll estate at Tremont
nual picnic at Sellwood park last
there for several weeks.
in Home way re-broke
fit, then the newest lasts and materials. Just
as soon as the fashion changes are announced
we order new stock and give you the latest
creations while they are new.
visiting ness neralon.
one of her
whirl.1 has just been healing
Next Bunday morning the new pas
from u fracture, only recently hav- tor of the Arleta Baptist clsirch, Rev.
Ing bocn able to walk without the Owen T. Day, will speak on "Walk
Mr. I-eabo intends ing with God.”
aid of crutches,
In the evening he
to tiring his wife home Just as noon
will preach the second of a senes of
as she is able to travel agaMt.
Mrs. 8. A> Alvord, 4511 Kixty-sev-
< nth street 8. E., is entertaining her
sister, Mra. Margaret Woods, of Great
Mrs. Woods is accom
her son, Carl,
will make their home will.1 Mr.
Mrs. Alvord while In Portland.
Ixist Bunday evening, Aug-
ust 1. he spoke on "The Stingiest Mail
And our prices are right.
Goggins’ Shoe Store
Bunday he will speak on “The Hap
piest Man in Town," and on the 24th
he will discuss "The Most Loved Man
Mr. Day has just come
here to the Baptist church from the
vigor and enthusiasm and with ideas
is. W. A. Pratten, 4.110 Sixty for benefiting not only his own
fifth street 8. E.. accompanied by her church but the community as well,
daughters, the Misses Vera and Pau- He is already making plans for wln-
t«r classes, of inspirational and edu-
cational value in the church, and for
Iamb, veal or
pork chops are
able as a meat
for either breakfast or dinner—if they
are of first quality. That is the kind
you will buy from us, and they will
be properly cut You never take a
chance on the quality when you pur- .
chase meat of any kind from us.
5®3«S WimÍHtreet Mr. Dey is at terne at 5114 Sixty
DR. C. S. OÖSBURY
congregations being good in the eve
Hee Tabor : 5224
DR. P. J. O’DONNELL
nings even during the hot weather.
Baptist church will give a watermelon
social on the lawto at ttie home of
Mrs. Harry Sherman this (Friday)
Cor. i»2d and Foster Road.
that his work has started nicely, the
Office: Tatsir 3214
I-ente, Ore. evening.
is just across
DR. A. G. ATWOOD
I mat week'« baseball game between
Sl'MTAL ATTKXTtOM TO PI-ATES
raun: ta no a 0421
th« «Ingle men and married men of
the Arleta Baptist church1 resulted in
92 q 7 Foster Road a tie. Tuesday evening of this week
Portland Ore. the tie was played off and resulted
«314 82tl Ht., B. E
In a score of 9 to 6 in favor of the
DR. KATHERINE S. MYERS
LAI IIEI.WIXID CONGREGATIONAL
Next Sunday morning at the I-aur-
Ph... a . • Otlice, Marshall 1275
Residence, East 8744
Freshest Eggs and
Portland. Oregon pulpit
have a highly nutri-
tiveralue and should have
a prominent place on every
Eggiman’s Meat Market
the 24th Mrs. Sadie Orr Dunbar will
tell of 1er trip to the national con
BURKE’S - GARAGE
vention for the prevention of tuber
Oar Frleee Are Kight
1-eave Orders at Oogglu«' Shoe Store
FREY & ALLEN
<i.serai H«use I'alntlng. Tlatlag
Material and Workmanahip Guaranteed
SEVENTY-SECOND AND MILLARD AVENUE
Thornton & Sewards
General Auto Repairing, Supplies, Oils,
Greases and Storage
Cement Work. Plastering and
Residence 6610 Fiftieth Ave.
Have Buick 1-Ton Truck',
One Oakland, 5-Passenger, 6-Cylinder
One 5-Pnssenger Overland
table. But quality it an impor
tant feature to watch.
Rich, delicious butter
adds greatly to the tastiness
Qf the meal, and we always
have plenty, both creamery and
country made. Cheaper
gradea for cooking.
charge no more than you would
pay elsewhere for in
Telephone Orders Given Prompt Attention
Lents Mercantile Co
Phone: Tabor 1141
5805 92nd St.
If you have a Car for sale^ bring it in and
I will sell it for you.
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.
Phone Tabor 7468
Our eggs come in fresh
every day—right from the
poultry farms. And we
5919 Ninety-second Street.
pastor, the Rev. Wlllifim Meyers.
Office Main 7M7 TMI ltd Hour*, » a m. • p m
Rea. Wdl. not
Krenings by Appointment
AM 7-S »wetland Bldg
Fifth and Washington 8t
Butter and eggs
JI. D. Kenworthy $ Company
THE PORTLAND BUSINESS MAN
who it sttccwwfol gurrounds himself with
every available modern devise for saving
his time and money. The business man
who fails to use an AUTOMATIC TEL
EPHONE simply closes his establishment
to thousands of pomihle customers. He
may never know the real reason for his
failure in business. THINK IT OVER.
Long Distanee Everywhere
CALL A 6221
Home Telephone and Telegraph Company of Portland, Oregon
5802-4 92*1 SrtHt S. E.
4615 66tb SI., Cor. Fostor RL
Pkoai Tabor 5267
Phon Tabor 5895
First-Class Service given Day or Night
Close Proximity to Cemeteries Enables us to hold Funerals
at a Minimum Expense