/ Subscription, $1.00 a Year RECEPTION GIVEN NEW TEACHERS r LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTMBEER 26, 1919 FORMER FRANKLIN BOY TRIPLE BIRTHDAY PARTY SOLDIERS’ AND SAILORS’ RECEPTION GIVEN NEW WEDS CORVALLIS GIRL GIVEN AT NORENE HOME RECEPTION A SUCCESS TEACHERS AT KELLOGG VOL. XVn. No. 39 CHILD IS KILLED IN AUTO WRECK Saturday evening. September I-arge Attendance at Program Program Given and Refresh Friends’ Attempt to Kidnap the 13, a triple birthday anniver (•room Frustrated with Given by Odd Fellows and ments Served Under sary was celebrated at the resi Rebekahs Fridav. Aid of Trainman. Auspices of P.-T. A. dence of Mrs. C. Norene, 6440 FACULTY GIVES LUNCH MOTHER DRIVING WITH Memliers of Joy Hadley’s class Eighty-fourth street. The three The Odd Fellow and Rel»ekah The Kellogg Parent-Teacher AND EXTENDS WELCOME BABY IN ARMS IXJST honored by the occasion were program which was given last at. Franklin High will doubt Association met in a social way TO NEW MEMBERS. CONTROL OF CAR. less I m ? surprised to hear of his Edwin Norene, Frank Kline and Friday night in honor of re last Tuesday afternoon, the marriage last Sunday to Miss VVendall Cone, little son of Mr. turned service men was canned function consisting of a short and Mrs. Frank Cone. There At noon last Tuesday eleven Grace Hicks of Corvallis. The was a lunch with its jolly time out as detailed in last week’s Barney Smith, three-year- program follower! by a recep teachers of the Ixmts school wedding took place shortly after and a social, hour afterward. Lt issue, with the exception of one old son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph gave a luncheon to the nine noon at the home of the bride’s was a dav to lie remembered numl»er, the quartet, which did tion to the new teachers. The Smith, 829 Kelly street, was new faculty members in the parents, the Rev. Dr. J. R. N not only for the two older com not appear on account of the numbers on the program were killed, and Mrs. Smith and her teacher** room, which was nice Bell officiating. The wedding plimented ones, for Wendall was previous engagement of two the following: two other babies were badly in Violin solo, Gladys Johnson. jured at 2:30 o’clock Sunday, ly decorated for the occasiou. ceremony was delightfully in hardly old enough to know of its members. The violin Vocal solo, little Helen when a light touring car* which Principal Kershner, Mr. Piper, formal, the bridesmaid, Miss what was being done, but for solo by Professor Jilm. of the Pearl Gavin, and the grooms Symphony orchestra, was es Abrams. Miss Botkin and Mrs. Sloan Mrs. Smith was driving ran into the other folks as well. May man, Mr. Clarence Freeman, Reading, Dorothy Farley. pecially fine, and the addresses were honored guests. Professor a ditch and toppled over at the three see many more happy Vocal solo, Hazel Morehead. Hershner in a short talk spoke taking their places in a seeming occasions of that kind. Those by Dr. Oswald Taylor and Eighty-second street and Pow A welcome to the new teach ell Valley road.. of the one absent, Frances ly casual way and the clergyman present were Mesdames Clar Grand Master Johnson were Smith, who had l>een a Ixjnts saying the wedding lines with ence Cone, W. C. Smith, Alice much enjoyed. A large crowd ers was given by Prof. B. A. The little boy sustained a teacher for ten years and who out a book. Immediately aftei Woodworth, W. II. Woodworth was present to welcome the Thaxter and a response by Miss fractured skull from which he hud been recently transferred the ceremony of the newlyweds, and C. Norene; Messrs. Frank many soldiers and sailors who Alice Joyce. died a short time later at the were there. The program was Delicious refreshments con Sellwood hospital. Mrs. Smith to the Hosford school. The Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Badley, Khne and Edwin Norene; Baby school and communitv suffered senior, and Mr. Clarence Free Wendall Cone, and Opal, Pearl, in charge of Mrs. Sam Allen sisting of punch and cake was and the other two children also a loss when she went away, he man, took the train for Gray, Oliver, Grant, Catherine and as mistress of ceremonies. The the closing feature of the af received attention at the hos committees which helned make; ternoon. The girls chosen to pital, but later were removed stated. While the I amts fac the junction with the main line. Carol Woodworth. During this short liip Joy Bad the evening a success were, assist in the sei*vir.g were Dor tc their home. Mis. Smith sus ulty deplore the loss, of the ley was in the hands of some from the Rebekahs: Mesdames othy Snider, Helen Rider, Ed tained a fractured arm. A former teacher thev cordially OIL BURNER CAUSES wedding bandits who, had ?t Sam Allen, Anna Romacly, na May Root, Aileen Glass and three-months-old babv was bad welcomed the nine new mem- not been for a locked door and FIRE IN RITTER HOME Mamie Cox. Minnie Nelson and Hazel Smith. Mrs. J. Bruce ly cut about the face, while a bers; thev have always made a friendly brakeman, would Nellie Dilley; from the Odd Polworth, president of the Kel daughter, aged four years, was new teachers feel at home. have kidnapped the groom. As A fire occurred at midnight Fellows: Messrs. W. E. Gog logg Parent-Teacher Associa cut and bruised about the head Mrs. Sloan, one of the hon it was, Mr. Badley reached in the home of J. P. Ritter, of gins, Walter Baker and Sam tion, was mistress of cere and face. All three will recover. ored luncheon guests, came to Portland with his coat dusty 6006 Eighty-second street, said Allen. monies. Mrs. Smith attempted to demonstrate the Sloan reader, from contact with the floor and to have l»een caused by a pat drive while she held her baby ol which she is the author, to his collar soiled and his neck ent kerosene burner. The blaze SIDEWALKS ON 92ND TO H. P. ARNEST OPENS of three months in one arm. the first grade teachers. cut. An item of unusual inter was put out by engine 31, which BE BUILT THIS WINTER LAW OFFICE IN LENTS She took her hand off the steer The attendance of this school est was the fact that this was responded to the call. It was ing wheel for a moment to at has now reached the 760 mark, the 1401st wedding of young stated the fire had lieen turned Street Paving Work is Being tend to the baby, when the car Attorney H. P. Arnest has with more yet to come. Thir- couples which Dr. Bell has per off at the stove but not at Pushed Ahead of Sidewalks opened law offices in the Ad- swerved suddenly into a ditch teen pupils have Iteen trans formed. and that he came 200 the pressure tank which forces During Good Weather. diton building on Ninety-second by the roadside and turned ferred to other schools during miles to officiate at this one. the oil through a hollow wire street, in the rooms recently ovei. The boy, Barney, was the first three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Joy Badley will to the burner, and that leaking Maps and plans for making vacated by Dr. David Nelson. thrown beneath the car, strik The date for the l^nts school be at home to their friends oil from this source I »ecam e ig ing his head. fair has l>een set for October after Octols^r 1 at 7111 Fostej nited in some way several hours the sidewalk area of Ninety- Mr. Arnest has been practicing The family was engaged in law in Missouri prior to coming second street a regularly dedi 17, at which some cash prizes road. later. The city fire department moving from one section of the cated city street will be com here, and is a native of the will I m ? awarded by the I-ents has contended for some time pleted in aliout two weeks, ac “Show Me” state. He is a grad city to the other. Mr. Smith P a r e n t-Teacher Association. BOY SCOUTS OF CITY that kerosene burners in stoves uate of the University of Vir had gone on ahead of his wife Further details will l>e given ARE TO HAVE BAND i.re a menace to householders cording to Commissioner Bai- and children with the furni ginia. bur’s office, after which plans later. and tc the community in gen ture and Mrs. Smith was driv for actual construction work Thirty Boys of Kern Park were eral, and a committee has lieen will be taken up. Little side the other improvements are ing the babies to their new TWO MORE TEACHERS appointed by the mayor and in Attendance at General home when the fatal accident • walk construction has been completed. ADDED AT WOODMERE has the case under advisement occurred. City Scout Meeting. done by the city during*- the The improvements consist of at the present time. summer, the department hav grading the street to the proper LAURA C. TURGENSEN First Formal Asaembly of the The Scouts of the city met ing charge of street improve subgrade; constructing con PASSED AWAY MONDAY WOODMERE CLUB MEETS last Friday evening in the Lin ments having directed its at crete sidewalks and curbs; con School is Planned for 2ND FRIDAY IN OCTOBER tention to finishing street pav struction of concrete driveways Laura C. Turgensen died at coln High auditorium for an October 12. the family home, 6567 Ninety- ing contracts before the rainy where requested by property evening of sense and nonsense. second street, Monday. Septem Co-operation of Organizations season I »egins. Attention from owners; laying vitrified pipe Mrs. A. Alexander, principal The master of ceremonies was now on will be directed to the for sidewalk drain and concrete ber 22. She was bom in Den and Individuals of District of the Woodmere school, re James E. Brockway^ city scout building of sidewalks, the na gutter pipe for surface drain; mark July 3, 1879, and had Urgently Requested. ports an enrollment of 672. The executive. Four reels of mov ture of this work making it laying gravel macadam in the lived in America a little over increased attendance required ing pictures were shown to possible to proceed after bad roadway and by planking the eight years and in Lents a year the opening of two more rooms about 1200 l»oys, one reel being The Woodmere Club will and a half. Besides her hus in the building, one for the first of the Finley bird studies, and meet the second Friday in O'* weather stops paving work. portion of the street occupied band she leaves two little grade, in charge of Miss Mar one educational one taken from tol>ei at the school house. Some of those interested had by the tracks of the street car daughters and a baby boy. The garet Galligan, and one for the cartoon studies. Musical fea Plans are in progress for a so become somewhat dubious about company with planks of suffi funeral services were held at fourth, taught by Miss Aus- tures were a violin solo with en cial time to be given in con getting the walks in this fall, cient thickness to bring the Kenworthy’s chapel Wednesday core by Billy Aide, originally sicker. junction with this session and but Commissioner Barbur’s of finished street surface flush afternoon at 2:30. Interment from Norway, and a tenor solo, fice is authority for the posi with the top of the rails. was in Mt. Scott cemetery. Several I»oy8 have proved "My Own United States,’’ by the attendance of the people of tive statement that the walk the community is urged. H. T. their wise foresight by giving Dr. Earl Abl»ett. A general Blakeslee, president, is anxious will be built, though probably DON’T BE LIKE ME up five-dollar-a-day jobs to re sing was conducted by Prof. W. for the co-operation of the Par not before some time in Novem- enter the Woodmere classes, H. Boyer, superintendent of ent-Teacher Association in the l>er or the first part of Decem thereby giving themselves a music in the Portland schools. ber. interests of the neighborhood. splendid chance to increase — Favorites such as “Smile” and Among the imorovements their Earning capacity and ef IMPROVEMENT WORK "I Hate to Get Up in the Morn which will lie for the better ficiency. ing” were among the songs ON 77TH H AS STARTED With the help of Mr. Lin- sung. Scout Executive Brock ment of the Woodmere district droff, sent out bv the fire way gave an inspirational talk are the street lights, the park, Street Will Be Macadamized marshal, the l>oys burned the on the new 150-piece band and the street improvements. Between Fifty-fifth and grass and rubbish from the soc which is lieing organized. Boys These things are included in the progressive plans of the Sixty-fiftn Ave.«. cer field one day last week. who wish to learn to play the club. The details of the com Mrs. Alexander plans to have bugle or the fife or the drum Hetrick & Cline, contractors, the first formal assembly on are invited to join and get the ing meeting will be indicated ater. began work the first of the Octol»er 12, when Miss Spooner, lienefit of the free instruction in charge of the eighth grade, The band leader will be Mr. week on their contract for im will direct a program in honor Goss of Irvington, and the prac BODY BROUGHT FROM proving Seventy-seventh street. ALASKA FOR BURIAI J. H. Bradbury, of Lents, has of Columbus. tices will be held at the city au ditorium every Saturday after taken the subcontract for the Mrs. Ida Richardson arrived PAUL LENT MARRIES noon at 1:30 o’clock. Already grading of the street within GRESHAM YOUNG LADY two boys of the Mt. Scott dis from Fairbanks, Alaska, last the limits to be improved and trict, Everett I^ee and Everett Friday with the body of her is now working on same. Paul I .ent and bride are vis France, have enrolled. From daughter Sigrid, mention of The section of the street to iting with the former’s parents, troop 21 at Kern Park 30 boys whose death was made in the be improved lies lietween Fifty Mr. and Mrs. O. E. lent, 8817 were present at the rally last Herald some time ago. No ser fifth avenue and Sixty-fifth Fifty-sixth avenue. Mrs. Lent Friday evening. vices were held here. Interment avenue, and will cost between was formerly Miss Reta Birch was at Mt. Scott cemetery. Mrs, fourteen and fifteen thousand A. N. Ixrwe, a teacher in the of Gresham. The young people Ix*nts school a numlM?r of years Richardson is visiting at the dollars. Concrete sidewalks are will probably make their home also included in the work but ago, is critically ill at St. Vin wme of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. in Portland. Tillman, 6221 Ninetieth street. they will not lie built until after ( cents hospital.