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LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTMBEER 19, 1919
VOL. XVII. No. 38
NEW GRANGE OFFICERS NEWLYWEDS ARE GIVEN
SHILOH CIRCLE MEETING
VISITS COUNTY FAIR
RECEPTION BY FRIENDS
Committee Appointed to Inves
Special Session Held Septem bei
Donald Furey, who was at
tigate Conditions at the
Thursday evening Septem
10, at the Home of Mrs.
the Multnomah county fair last
ber 11, immediately after Har
Wednesday heard Col. Theodore
Orders to Unite in Celebrating
I Roosevelt as he spoke for ten
Shiloh Circle, Indies of the School Complying With State
At the last meeting of the the parsonage with his newly-
f>Oth Anniversary of the
minutes from his car in front Lente Grange the following of- acquired bride, Cecelia Tipples G. A. R„ held a special meeting
I-aw Requiring 100 Minutes
of the bleachers. Col. Roose ficers wdfe installed: Mesdames Parker, formerly of Milwaukee, Septemlier 10 at the home of
velt had l>een a motor guest up Emma Hotchkiss, R. E. Thomas Wis., the newlyweds were given Mrs. 0. S. Worden for the pur
The program to l»e given to the highway and had then lieen and F. M. Peters. Mrs. Hotch a reception at the home of Mr. pose of initiating Mrs. Helen
Miss Elice M. LaRoche took
night in honor of the 60th an on the return guided by the kiss, treasurer, succeeds Mrs. Parker’s parents, of Eightieth P. Worden into the order. Al
her place last Monday as teach
niversary of the Reltekah lodge managers of the fair into the Ida Faler, who has gone to street and Sixty-sixth avenue. though the day was a little
er in the first grade. Miss La
and the welcome to returned grounds. The colonel empha Boardman, ih eastern Oregon. Mr. Parker has recently re rainy and disagreeable there
Roche fills the position in which
soldiers and sailors is as fol sized two pointa; First, the Mrs. Thomas is lady assistant turned from Chicago, where he was a good-sized representation
Curtis was substituting.
good copmon sense of the steward in Mrs. Adkin’s place.I was stationed for a year in the of the order. After the busi
Another new teacher, Miss
Address of welcome, Rev. O. American people except when Mrs. F. M. Peters was made: aviation coips as chief machin ness of the meeting «’as over a
Norene McDonald, is teaching
W. Taylor, of Grace Memorial they neglect to vote; second, lecturer to fill the position va ist mate and instructor. Those pleasant social hour was spent,
the fifth grade work.
the necessity for the support cated by Miss Myrtle McNeil, present at the wedding party the hostess serving light re
Miss Inez Barrett, teacher of
Violin solo, Prof. Jilm, of the of the American people to sup who is teaching school this were Mesdames W. S. Bennet, freshments. September 20 the
sewing, was at the school Mon
port the I^egion, the substance year at Boardman.
R. E. Thomas, F. M. Peters, regular meeting will be held at
day. On account of the crowd
Reading, Mrs. Fredric Arm of the ten< ts of which Col
A committee was appointed Martin, Bunderson, J. Rasmus Odd Fellows hall at 8 o’clock. ed conditions, the sewing work
onel Roosevelt gave in hurried to investigate the conditions at sen and Howe; and Messrs. W. The president, Mrs. Alice Wood
was again moved out to the do
Selection, male quartet.
detail. The distinguished son the city public market, consist S. Bennett, R. E. Thomas, F. worth, requests all members to
mestic science building.
The Founder of the Reliekah of the great American was bus ing of Mesdames Emma Snuf M. Peters, Blumiel, Geo. Howe l>e present.
Prof. Hershner is planning a
Degree, Dr. Johnson, grand iness-like, definite and gracious fin, E. M. Calkins, and C. M. and J. Rasmussen. The festiv
exhibit of the children’s
master I. O. O. F. of the state in his remarks and in his adieu Durland; and Messrs. Wilson ities were kept up till a late CURRENT MAGAZINES
industrial club work. This will
to the crowd.
Benifiel, Donald Furey and J. hour.
AT THE LENTS LIBRARY be held in the assembly hall
Violin and piano duet, Carl
Klinky. It is the intention of
some time in October, each
Mrs. Cox Entertains Nieces
Hawkins and Frances Hartwig.
Miss Fleming, of the Lents
the Grange to co-operate with LENTS PARENT! EACIIER
Mrs. Mamie Cox, 9302 Fifty the farmers in the public mar
MEETS THIS AFTERNOON branch library, suggests some room having a table in the ex
Spanish dance, selected.
hibit. Prizes will be given for
eighth avenue, is hostess tc keting business that the effi
very readable articles in cur
The I^ents Parent-Teachei rent magazines. The maga the best room exhibits and also
Closing, ‘'Star Spangled Ban t«’o nieces, Mrs. Calefer oí ciency of the market may be
Association will hold the first zines may be borrouwed from for individual work.
ner." led by Mr. and Mrs. W. Tonopah, Nev., and Mrs. Marty increased.
Those who api>eared on the meeting of the school year this the library for home use ex dence of a desire on the part
came to St. Vincent’s hospital program at this last meeting afternoon at 2:45, at which cept the current numbers.
last Saturday to have her ton were Wilson Benifiel, who time final arrangements will The September articles may be of the pupils for a contest of
WOODMERE 1’. T. A. MEETS sils and adenoids removed. Af spoke on “My Trip to Cratei lie made for the canvass for the read in the library. Following this sort, and. is intending to
ter a successful operation she Lake,” and Messrs. Lyle Peters Albertina Kerr Baby Home. A are some of the most important put it over with eclat. The ex
hibits will include poultry, gar
Members of Committees Elected was brought out to Mrs. Cox's
and J. L. Johnson, who gave good attendance is desired.
products, fancy work, cook
For Year’s Work.
home last Monday, where she vocal solos.
“Why the American Army
etc. Prof. Hershner is
Succeeded,” by Geo. P. Ahein,
The Woodmere Patent-Teach is recovering from the -opera
for better results in
in the September Century, is
er Association met at the school tion. Mrs. Marty came from COUNTY I’. T. A. COUNCIL
club work for
TO MEET SEPTEMBER 27
an interesting article written
house Thursday afternoon, Sep- Pendleton last Saturday to b
being to en
temlier 11, Mrs. Fred Peters with her sister, Mrs. Calefer
by a man who has rendered dis
The next regular meeting of
presiding. The following com during her operation and con
tinguished service to* his coun courage spontaneous interest
mittees «ere appointed for the valescence.
try in many different branches among the pupils by making a
social hour was held after the
since his graduation from West “best possible” product the
goal for each competing pupil.
Saturday, September 27, in
< fty council of P.-T. A., Mrs.
stead of September 20, at the
George E. Stoner and Mrs. Fred
John Veit, of One Hundred
Whatever Philip Gibbs writes He will use the eminently prac
A Short Program Enjoyed by Lynch school house. The change
and Fourth street and Forty is interesting. You will enjoy tical and scientific method of
in the date of the meeting was seventh avenue, is planning an his article “Some People I Met modifying all rules of industrial
City Federation, Mi’s. Frank
club procedure to fit the needs
Although Wednesday morn ordered on account of the fan auto trip through the south for in America.”
his own school.
Program, Mrs. A. Alexander,
at Gresham. A full attendance the benefit of his wife’s health.
The Outlook for Septembei
teachers of this school
Mrs. Lillian Thomas, and Miss ternoon was bright and pleas of members at the meeting is They have rented their place to 10, contains two articles on the
ant so that about 25 ladies met desired, as matters of impor Mr. Williams and will leave the "Race Problem as seen from are complying with the new
Meniliership, Mrs. E. Kinder- at the home of Mrs. Alice tance in connection with the first of October.
the South,” «’ritten by three state law requiring 100 minutes
of exercise a week in addition
man. Mrs. Katie Nelson and Mrs. Woodworth to have a social schools the coming «’inter are
Fred Williams, of the Wil southeners, two of them white to the recess time. So already
time as well as to reimburse to be considered.
and one of them colored.
liams & Minott Realty Co.,
Publicity, Mrs. W. M. Al»el the treasury of the M. E. La
the pupils are marching, drill
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bennett, Grays Crossing, has sold his
ami Miss Queenie Swanson.
ing, running and jumping.
dies’ Aid. A short program
Social service, Mrs. G. C. Grif had lieen prepared and was en 6545 Eighty-second street, have ranch at Hubbard to M. Rich-
Oscar Oleson and Miss Fan
Professor Hershner is highly
fith, Mrs. Oliver Lesli« and Mrs. joyed by all present, as was al gone to Eugene for a two weeks mond, of Portland. Mrs. Wil nie Pixley took a trip to Van in favor of frequent relief from
stay. Mr. and Mi’s. Bennett re liams has lieen living on the couver last Tuesday, where
the “strain” sensations incident
so the “tea” which the M. E
Refreshments, Miss Martha | ladies know so well how to cently received a letter from ranch since last October but they were quietly united in mar to concentrated effort in the
their son William in Manila will now return to Portland.
riage. Mr. and Mrs. Oleson will school room on the part of the
serve, and all went away thank
This parent-teacher associa ing the hostess for the pleasant saying that he expected to
Mrs. C. S. Bradford is at make their home with Mr. Pix pupils and also the teachers.
tion has decided to buy a brick, afternoon they had passed at start for home soon.
heme after spending several ley for the present. Theii He considers reasonably fre
which will cost five dollars, for her home. The Ladies’ Aid will BURNING GASOLINE
weeks with her son Alvin in many friends wish them a hap quent changes of thought cur
the Alliertina Kerr Baby Home hold a business meeting at the
CAUSE OF ACCIDENT California, She reports Alvin py voyage on the sea of life.
rents to be beneficial to both.
in lieu of taking any active
parlor of the M. E. church at
The C. E. Kennedy home was improving slowly, and very
Mrs. R. E. Thomas and Mrs. MR. AND MRS. CHICOS
part in the drive, on account of
2 o'clock Septemlier 24. The' the scene of a near-serious ac- cheerful and patient, and de
M. Peters went to the Mult
other pressing work.
ENTERTAIN AT CARDS
At the meeting on Thursday new president, Mrs. Alice Wood-”cident Wednesday evening when termined to get well.
nomah county fair at Gresham
worth, requests as many to be a jug containing gasoline was
the pupils of the school gave
An informal card party was
The W. E. Westers property last Monday to help arrange
as can and also to bring mistaken by Mrs. Kennedy for
some interesting numbers as
Saturday evening, Sep
at 6408 Eighty-second street
of the gasoline was poured into
who assisted in the arrange tember 13, at the home of Mr.
has been sold to Frank Wafler
Reading, Howard Reading.
The roof of the Pearce tin a vessel on the stove and im and the residence at 6412 ment were Mesdames Hotch and Mrs. J. Chicos, Ninety-
mediately ignited, but Mrs. Ken
Reading by a 2A girl.
shop has been re-shingled this nedy succeeded in throwing the Eighty-fourth court has been kiss, Kreuder, Adkins, Board first street. The early part of
Song, "Roses and Twilight," week. Mr. Pearce is doing an
jug outside before it exploded. purchased by Mr. Perry, a re man and Furey; Messrs. Hotch the evening was spent in play
Adeline Miles and Helen Cole. excellent business, and unlike Mr. Kennedy’s arm was slight
kiss, Kreuder and Furey.
ing five hundred. At 11 o’clock
Song, “Sunshine of Your some of the business men of ly burned when he threw the
J. D. Winslow, 5643 Eighty- refreshments were served. The
Lents, attributes a large part “skillet” out after the jug. A
Smile," Helen Cole.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Marshall
ladies’ first prize was won by
Song by Harriet Weddle and of his success to advertising in neighbor came to the rescue and little son Wallace reached third street, and Miss Lillian Miss M. E. McGinty. Frank
The Herald. He reports espe and the blaze was extinguished the home of Mrs. Marshall’s Hellis, same address, were mar l^abo was the winner of the
liefore material damage was
ried at the East Portland Cen-
Song, "Blowing Bubbles,” by cially gratifying results from done, except to the enameled parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
church, after the evening gentlemen’s first prize, while
his furnace advertising and re woodwork in the kitchen.
Bleything, last Sunday evening
service September 12. Mr. and D. H. Letcher proudly carried
ports that he is receiving in
Mrs. Winslow left on Tuesday off the consolation prize. The
quiries from the entire Mt. Scott MATTHEW TROUT IS
home in California.
PATRON IZH AIIVERTIHK.RN
morning for Astoria for a few evening was most enjoyably
SHOT THROUGH HAND
spent and the guests returned
n<-r,>r<* you «<> down town to
Mr. Rusk, father of Mrs. Ed days’ visit with friends.
to their homes in a happy
Mrs. Sara Soars, a yeoman-
inalo- your purrhnwH look over
Gilbert, of Ninety-second street
frame of mind. Those present
tlu- iKbi-rtl-iiiK i-olunm- of The
ette in the U. S. navy, formerly
live on the Foster road east of arrived home from his trip tc Paul’s guild was held last Wed included Mary McGinty, John
Many people are sur
in the office of Rear Admiral Gilliert station, was shot in the South Dakota on last Satur
prised to find that tlu-y can Iniy
Usher in New York City, is hand the first of the week by day evening. Miss Gladys Gil nesday afternoon at the home McGinty, Frank Gelow and
for le« iiwHiey nvwl nectire better
visiting Mrs. S. J. Allen o( some unknown person. With bert, who accompanied him, of Mrs. Parish, 4848 Eighty wife, Mrs. Catherine O’Brien,
value- rlaht here at home. Our
Mrs. Allen and some other lioys he was stand will arrive home some time seventh street. There were a Mr. and Mrs. Vardy, Mr. and
adverti-ern are -olicitliiK your
large number present, and all Mrs. Letcher, Mrs. Scott, I-eo
trade throiiKh the nw-dhim of
Mrs. Sears were formerly resi- ing by a fence near his home next week.
when a bullet struck his hand,
the very delightful Delaney, Frank Labo.
thi- pa|M*r and at the Name time
dents of the same town in New passing entirely through the
arc niakluK It poaalble for you
L. D. Reed and wife
fleshy part lielow the thumb.
A fire broke out in the home
to reeelve the local news every
It is thought the accident was grandson. James Reed, of One
week. A community without a
Mr. Flare, 8118 Sixty-sixth
Herbert Kirschmer, from the result of carelessness on Hundred and Fourth street and
Joe Byers sui-prised his par avenue, last Tuesday. Owing
newN|>aper I a dead one. Our
Hotchkins, Neb., who has been the part of some hunter.
Fifty-fifth avenue, returned to ents Tuesday afternoon by ar
advcitlMcra are live wires. Their
to the presence of mind and
interrai In tlu- community la
H. E. «Bloyd, former cashier their home last Sunday after a riving home unexpectedly after quick action of some of the
Heidt, of Gilliert road, left last of the Multnomahi Stete Bank, two-weeks’ business and pleas-
ItlUKcr than Jtiat tlu- dollar*) and
serving two and a half years neighbors the blaze was extin
ertila they can extract from it.
Wednesday morning for the was calling on his many friends ure trip to Prosser, Sunnyside ' in the navy. This is his first guished before it did much
rice fields at Oakland, Cal.
in Trents Wednesday.
and Spokane, Wash.
visit home since enlisting.
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