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News Items from Arlete-
Kern Park Neighborhood
COM Min EES APPOINTED
REBEKAHS WILL ATTEND
AT ARLETA P.-T. MEETING arleta C hurch in body
andr Molasses J
At the Arleta Parent-Teacher
Next Sunday morning at the
meeting last week, the follow Arleta Baptist church rally
ing committees were appointed: services will be held l>eginning.
Committee on Saturday to at 10:30 o’clock, the Sunday
morrow tag day, Mrs. Minnie tcheol and preaching service'
l>eing combined. Graduation
Committee on publicity, Me»- exercises will be observed in
dames Lawrence and Reineking various classes, and there will
and J. R. Leach.
l>e a short talk by the Rev.
Committee on business house Owen T. Day. In the evening
nnd residence canvassing, Mrs the pastor will speak on tin
topic "The Things That Abide.”]
Miss Janet Pendergast, of the At this service the Mountain1
Portland social welfare work V;ew Reliekah lodge will attend1
spoke on “The Future Welfare in a l>ody.
of Oregon Babies.”
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Minott, of
Mrs. Ed Palmer, president of
the city I’.-T. A., was also pres 6334 Eighty-fourth Court, en
ent and assisted in the re-or- tertained in honor of Mr. Mi-
ganization and Jn the baby- nolt's “steenth” birthday Mon
day evening. The guests, Mr.
home drive plans.
. and Mrs. R. N. Blackman,. Mr.
and Mr». G. Griffith, Mrs.
The l^ents Millinery store is Pierce and Mr. and Mrs Lee!
now prepared to do all kinds
Minott, enjoyed whist until a
of millinery work.
late hour, after which refresh-
mentx were served.
Hats made for your suit.
coat, or dress.
Wood or coal heater; first-
I also do make-over
class condition. Fred Geisler,
Short order trims.
9515 58th Ave.
MRS. INEZ GULLIKS.
Mrs. Alice M. Crofts. 7106 MRS. BLANCHARD WILL
Fifty-.seven th avenue S. E.,
RETURN TO TREMONT
spent lust Tuesday in Hillsboro
At the Fourth United Breth
church at Tremont the ser
Frank Price, 5627 Seventy-
morning and evening next
second street S. E., is at the
stale fair this week in the in Sunday will lie preached by Dr.
Sumerian of this city. M ib . C.
terest of his tire business.
P. Blanchard will return to this
Mrs. Amelia Burdick, 6501 church as pastor for the com
Sixty-second street S. E., re ing year, to the delight of tho.se
turned last Monday night from interested in the growth of
The Dalles, where site hud lieen this neighI sir hood church. Mr.
attending the annual confer and Mrs. Blanchard^ are now
ence of the United Brethren visiting with Mr. Blanchard’s
brother at Maryhill, Wash.
Mrs. Z. T. Saulcer, of 6903
Forty-third avenue S. E., was PROF. FINLEY SURPRISED
called to the suburban home of
BY CIIOIR ON BIRTHDAY
her daughter, Mrs. France Noel,
near 1,innton, Inst Tuesday on
The Arleta Baptist choir and
account of Mrs. Noel's illness. a number of friends recently
Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Holte, of surprised Prof. J. A. Finley at
500 Millers avenue, with their his home at Thirty-seventh and
baby daughter, Virginia Helen, Lincoln streets in honor of his
spent last Saturday night with birthday. Greetings and a
Mrs. Holte's mother, Mrs. Noel, numlier of gifts were given by
at 4417 Sixty-first street S. E. way of congratulation. The
choir was taken in cars owned
Oon’t senn your Job printing down
Mrs. E. Jensen, of 4240 Sev by memliers of the church. Dr. Good printing in the dren* of good town until you see what the Herald
mm ; that*« the kind we do at th«* gpn do. We do the very best line of
enty-ninth street S. E., is at and Mr». W. D. Driver, of the biiMln«
the Emmanuel hospital conval chapel car "Good Will,” were
escing from an operation. Hei present and enjoyed with the
mother, Mrs. Ixx-kden, of Coos others the pleasant occasion.
Bay, is a house guest at the
family residence this week.
PROF. BALL TO SPEAR
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Mrs. E. O. Rivera, of 5627
AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Seventy-second street S. E.,
who returned from a visit to
At the Kern-Park Christian
her brother, Frank Champlin, church next Sunday the morn
of Sheridan, left the middle of ing talk will la? given by Prof.
the week for Michigan points. I. A. Melendy, of the Franklin
Mrs. Rivers expects to make an High faculty. In the evening
extended visit with friends and Prof. S. F. Ball, principal of
Franklin, will deliver an ad
The auto truck of F. D. dress.
Haynes, of 4335 Seventy-ninth
street S. E„ was almost de EVENING OF MUSIC AT
THE HANDSAKER HOME
stroyed by fire last Tuesday
near his residence. The blaze
At the residence of Mrs. J. J.
appeared to' start among the
ANY motorists are fast learning the
cushions, it was thought pos
value of having their cars thorough
sibly from a cigarette, and ate
overhauled at regular intervals.
into the upholstery and frame
work to the amount of two hun was spent in a musical way.
Fewer repair bills, better mileage and
dred dollars damage. Had the The sing was led by Mrs. Meta
longer service repay you many times the
fire reached the engine, it is Snider with Mrs. Dunbar at the
price of proper overhauling.
probable that the house would piano. After that the musical
game of guessing the compon
have gone up in flame.
Give Your Car New Life
ent parts of a music score, from
LADIES OF S t T p AUL’S
objects, created quite a diver
Don’t wait until your car stops running
GUILD MET WEDNESDAY sion, the prize for guessing all
before putting it in the shop. The more
the parts represented lieing won
you run it after it commences to get “balky”
Ladies of the St. Paul’s guild by Miss Maud Snider. The
the more harm you are doing it, and the
were entertained last Wednes prize in a musical romance was
more it will cost to have it put in good
day at a mid-day social lunch won by Miss Hazel Wells. A
eon at the home of Mrs. Boyd novel feature of the evening
We can do a thorough job — and do it
at the foot of Nevada street. was the illustration by black-
Mrs. Body’s roomy veranda l»oard drawings of songs, the
looks out upon the Willamette spectators l>eing required to
river just across from the Oaks. guess the name of the song
The ladies enjoyed the cool from the drawing. The eve
river breeze as thev chatted ning was concluded with de
AXEL KILDAHL, Proprietor
and did fancy work after the licious refreshments of punch
Tabor 3429 Home D-61
8919 Foster Road
delicious lunch had been dis and cookies.
posed of. Mrs. Boyd’s pains
taking care in preparation for
Next Sunday at the laiurel-
her guests was much appreci
ated by them. Those present wood Congregational c h u r c n
were Mesdames Hanscom, Par there is to lie a rally in point
rish, Glover, Allen, Nickols, of attendance, 100 per cent be
Larsen, Maffett, Barlier, White, ing the aim. The pastor, Mrs.
J. J. Handsaker, will speak
Charley and Boyd.
The ladies wrote a neighlior- along the lines of the coming
BkAVS off Kt;
hood letter to a former member year’s work. Last Sunday at
5802-4 92nd Srtwt S. E.
4615 66th St., Cor. Foster Rd,
of the guild, Mrs. Rena Shep Sunday school it was voted to
herd, now of New York, each pay the registration fee for
lady present subscribing to the three delegates to the Bible in
Phon Tabor 5267
Phone Tabor 5895
good wishes sent. The next stitute which opens October 1
meeting of the guild will be at the First M. E. church. This
held at the home of Mrs. Sam institute consists of two terms
First-Class Service given Day or Night.
Allen of Woodmere next Wed of eight weeks each with a
Close Proximity to Cemeteries Enables us to hold Funerals
meeting every Wednesday eve
nesday afternoon, Octolier 1.
at a Minimum Expense
At 4 p. m. next Sunday the ning, the first semester run
Rev. Dr. Oswald Taylor will de ning through Octolier and No-
liver his last sermon before vemlier. The" general Sunday r----------------------------------------------------n
leaving for the east to attend school federation advises the
the triennial convention of the various schools to pay the reg
istration fees for their elected
delegates so that the delegates
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Spring goods are now
Millard Avenue Presbyterian may feel more deeply the re
in- beautiful, serviceable fabrics to ehoose from: Come in
At the Millard Avenue Pres sponsibility resting upon them.
and select your spring suit now while the lines are com
byterian church next Sunday Those selected by the laurel-1
morning the pastor. Rev. W.
plete. Moderate prices, workmanship guaranteed.
I^e Gray, will speak on the wood Congregational Sunday
subject, "Jesus Welcomed by school are Mesdames T. W.
the Crowd.” In the evening his Davis and Charlie Spencer, and
topic will be “The Heroic Joan.” Mr. W. A. Pratten.
Those fine, fla
vory hot cakes taste
all the better when
covered with some ot
oui clear, tweet tyrup
that comes co you
fresh and clean.
We sell the best known,
most reliable brands on
the market—cane, corn
and maple syrup — at pnees
thai you can not beat
And our stock of mo
lasses for baiting and cook
ing purposes will please you
in every way—in quality rich
ncss, fla/or »nd price.
Téléphoné Orders Given Prompt Attention
Lents Mercantile Co.
Trouble? We’ll send a man over
Keep our telephone number handy so
you may call us in any emergency. Our
repair department is at your service at an
The fire-department idea is carried out
in our repair service We always have men
with “know how” efficiency waiting your call.
Our prices are reasonable and all re
pairing is done according to our
standard of neatness and work
manship. We are at your service.
B. F. MILLER
5926 92nd Street
The Lents Garage
JI. D. Kenworthy $ Company
5805 92nd St.
Phone: labor 1141
The crude ovens of the Mexicans may be
all right for them, but they would never
serve the purpose of a bakery that caters
to the people of this community. . . .
Our Fancy Pastries
need the most modern baking appliances, and also need ex
pert care in their preparation. That they are of superior
quality is proved by the statements of our large number of
Quality and Cleanliness are the twin mottoes
of this bakery at all times.
Mt. Scott Bakery
Cor. 92 d and Foster Road
J. ROSENAU, Proprietor
THE PORTLAND BUSINESS MAN
who is •nccewfnl surrounds himself with
every available modern devise for saving
his time and money. The business man
who fails to nse an AUTOMATIC TEL-
EI’HON K simply closes his establishment
to thousands of possible customers. He
may never know the real reason for his
failure in business. THINK IT OVER.
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