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News Items from Arleta
Kern Park Neighborhood
John Porter, of Mist street nnd
• IHtli avenue., who lias been ill at
his home is recovering.
Mrs. S. Reynolds, of Ponco,
Neb., is visiting her soli, George
O. Reynolds, of tilth street ami
49tli avenue S. E.
The small son, Walter, of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Sydney Call, of 8117
tltltli avenue, has been very ill
with un acute cold,* He is con-
Howard Crofts, 710«
avenue S. F.., who has been cun-
fined to his home because of
extreme illness, is much better
and expects to he out ill a few
Mrs. Peterson, with her two
children, of St. Helens, w ho has
been visiting her parents, Mr.
Mrs. John Smith, of 8029
06th street S. E., returned home
A If reel Guthrie, who has been
attending the United Brcthrci
college nt Philomath, is spelici
ing the Thanksgiving vacation
with his parents, Mr. and Mr«.
Charles Guthrie, 8644 64th street
for America she did so with the
feeling that she would never see
him again, for Mr. Jnuzuka is
a progressive Japanese who feels
the call of the United States too
strongly ever to think again of
making his home in the land of
the wistaria and the chrysanthe
Edna Popejoy were united in
the bonds of matrimony at the
residence of the Rev. J. Bower
At the morning service next
s<tx, 1172 Boston street.
happy couple will Receive their Sunday morning at the Laurel ■
friends for the time being at the wood Congregational church the 1
pastor, Mrs. J. J. Handsaker, i
home of the bride's parents.
will use for her subject “Stories 1
of the Melting Pot." The regu
lives on a ranch about ten miles
lar meeting of the Intermediate
out of Corvallis, arrived In
Endeavor Society will be ad
Portland Wednesday evening of
journed to the Kern Park Chris
this wiek to take Thanksgiving
tian church where the Endeav-
dinner with her cousin, Miss
orers of this church will unite
Gertrude McIntyre, at the home
with the other societies of the
of the gills’ grandmother, Mr«.
Mt. Scott district in a union
Sarah Cauthorn, 4810 04th street
Dr. Matthews spoke, last Sun
All citixens, whether taxpayers day morning.
At the close of
or not, who arc interested in hav the service a fellowship dinner
ing Foster road paved are asked was served in Lucky cottage.
to sign, so that the county of Following this Dr. Matthews
ficlals may know with certainty conducted an informal round
that the people as a whole arc table, at which he gave inspira -
back of the group of men who tional and practical ideas to the
have been pushing the improve Sunday school workers.
Last Friday evening the In
society won the ban
A petition is being circulated
highest per cent of
Interest of the paving of
Foster road from 8 2 nd street on attendance a an Endeavor rally
the cast to 62m! street on the at the First Presbyterian church.
The county has been This is the third time that this
asked to pay for a strip 18 feet society has won tho attendance
wide and it is to hurry up the banner, and it will now retain
Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Peters,
81 16 tltipi avenue., witii their sun action of the county commis the award permanently. Of this
Mrs. R. E. Thomas, sioners that this .petition is be organisation 100 per cent was
present and there were three
motored over to the stock show ing circulated.
in the party besides. The
last week. As their time was Bin
The condition of little Mar
of the society is Miss
ited their , review was confined garet Ormandy, daughter of Mr.
largely to the section given over and Mrs. Ormandy, who live in
This evening, Friday, at this
to the splendid type of horse- apartments in thç Crum A Rae-
church there will be an experi-
bu< k building at Millard avenue,
cnce social for the benefit of the
Thoihas Hurd, of Newberg, is virtually unchanged.
repair fund. The members have
visited his daughter, Mrs. James at St. Vincent's and requires the
been earning money in various
her ways and will tell their experi-
Jones, of 52(12 <i8th street S. J*'., constant
from Thursday of last week till mother.
last Sun«'ty, wh»n> he left for
Mr. Hurd has just Woodmere assisted in the pro-
returned from u nix weeks' bus gram at Kellogg school last
iness trip which included a short
week. They were Mesdames H.
stay >n Honolulu, H. I.
T. Blakeslee nnd J. E. Edwards,
Ix*ach, of the Kern the former a singer with a win
placed some voice ami personality, and
copies of tin- petition in Lents the latter ail accompanist of un
ami in nil the Foster road busi usual ability.
ness houses up t<> 52ml street.
T. Jnuska, of the Nippon
Those wishing to sign in Ix*nts Florists, 37 IS
68rd street S. E„
will find copiessat the following
with his wife and children, re-
Mt. Scott Drug Co.,
turned the first of the week
I.ents Pharmacy, and the filling
from a visit to his mother, an
station at 84th street.
octogenarian, of-Tokyo, Japan.
Richard Noble, son of Mr. and When Mother Jnuzuka hade her
Mrs. Noble, of Arleta. ami Mis« son good-bvc this time as he left
ences this evening. You are cor
Millard Avenue Presbyterian
dially invited to attend.
The Rev. B. Lee Gray will
The primary department of
this Sunday school, under tlie di preach next Sunday morning on
“The Book for the Hour.”
rection of the primary superin
the evening he will speak on
tendent, Mrs. T. W. Davis, filled
“When it Suits Me."
■ Thanksgiving basket this week
Kern Park Christian Church
for a needy family in this
A miscellaneous bazaar will be
held at the Kern Park Christian
church Friday, December 5. A.
luncheon and dinner will be
3, a reception and dinner will
be given the pastor, the Rev.
G horm ely.__________
Third United Brethren
Next Sunday evening the Rev.
E. O. Shepherd of the Third
close a series of revival meeting«
which he has been holding at
church. On Monday evening he
will conduct the initial service of
a three-wceks’ series in the
United Brethren church at 27th
and Sumner streets. At the
morning service next Sunday in
church there will be a program
and see us the next time
you are in need of
We are specialist in the
kind of work that
Churbli." There are to be ten
sub-topics which will be pre
sented by ten speakers, timed
to four minutes each, in the fol
lowing order: Bearing thé Good
News, W. H. Smith; Training
the Children, Mrs. A. M. Steph
enson; Healing the Sick, Mrs.
W. H. Smith; Developing the
New Congregation, J. L. Hunt;
Mrs. E. O. Shepherd; Conserving
Training for Service, E. C. Coon;
Preparing Leaders, Mr. David
son ; Christianizing America, Mrs.
Churches, Rev. E. (). Shepherd.
At this service there will be spe-
■ cial music by the choir, directed
by W. H. Smith. In the evening
the Rev. J. E. Connor will have
charge of the service.
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