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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1919)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Buchanan celebrated his
The W. C. T. U. will meet 84th birthday Sunday. Since his
with Mrs. Bertha Scheuermaw. return from the Soldiers' Home
6223 89th street. Tuesday. Dc- he has been confined to his bed.
cemher 2. at 2:80 p. iu .
Mr. and Mrs. George Quay,
Wilbur Barnes, who has been of Raiuapo station, are spending
residing at the corner of 83rti the Thanksgiving holidays with
street and 58th avenue, moved
Mrs. Quay’s sister. Miss Nolan,
his family to 515 Mill street tip-
at Eugene, who is attending the
St. Paul’s guild will meet at
Pleasant Valley Grange had a
the home of Mrs. Sam Aller.
7628 57th avenue S. F.., M ed- very interesting meeting last Sat
nesday of next week for an all urday. Owing to the absence of
the lecturer. Mrs. Fields, Mr».
L. R. Sager and family came Moore had charge of the pro
down from Hutton. Alberta. gram in the afternoon. As per
Canada, last week to spend the previous arrangement each mem
1 hey are staying at ber gave a quotation relative to
present with Grandma Sager.
J. L. Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Reed, who recited one of his original poems
lived with Mrs. D. W. Curtiss which was much enjoyed. ____
before her marriage last week,
expect to leave for Seattle In
Lent* Evangelical Church
the near future to make their
An interesting missionary pro
gram will be given at this church
The Indies’ Aid society of
next Sunday morning at 11
Bennet chapel will meet next
o'clock, by the Woman's Mission
Thursday. December ». at the
ary society. This is the usual
home of Nirs. A. M . Stewart.
Thanksgiving service given by
The session this time will take
this society. The occasion will
the form of a silver tea.
be the opening of the Thanks
Max Graham. Telegram car giving boxes containing special
rier on route 1 42. won a fiftv- Thanksgiving offering by the la
dollar prize awarded to the car dies of the society.
rier who got the largest number Shupp, so recently passed away,
two was the local president of this
Her last expressed
Max got an average society.
wish concerning the missionary
increase of 78 customers.
work was that this Thanksgiving
The Woman’s Foreign Mis
service might be a success.
sionary society of the Lents
On Thursday evening, Decen.
Methodist church will meet at bt r 4. Miss Mary Gamertsfelter.
the parsonage. 5329 88th street.
a returned missionary of long
Wednesday afternoon. Decent-
experience in Africa, will speak
3. at 2:30.
Mrs. Sibley will
at this church.
have charge of the program.
felter has some thrilling experi
The friends of John Iseli. who ences to tell. This address will
at one time was proprietor of a prove very helpful to all inter
pool hall in Lents, will regret to ested in missionary work. Every
learn of his death last Monday, Evangelical should hear this ad
He left here about a year ago dress, and all others are most
and had been ill for the past 11 heartily invited and welcome.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
months. He was 86 years old.
Y. P. A. meeting at 6:30 p. m.
c. E. Lathrop, of 5548 99th
Sermon by the pastor at 7:30
street, has four large parsnips
on exhibition in the Herald office !>•
window which were grown in
Lent* M. E. Church
his garden. The largest weighs
school at 9:45 a. ill.
2 3-4 pounds and the four total
At 11 a. m. the pastor’s topic
9 3-4 pounds.
will be "A Mighty Voice From
• M iss Pearl Jones and Mrs. W. the Past. At the evening service
J. Porter, of 6439 83rd street, at 4 p. m. his subject will be
who have been spending the “Riding Upon the High Places."
summer’in California visiting rel Epworth League study hour at
atives. have decided to spend 5:15 p. m.
the winter there also as the
The Ladies’ Aid of the M. E.
health of each is greatly ini- church will hold an all day meet
ing Friday in the church parlor.
A little girl who lives on 71sr
street was badly bitten on the
hand by a Spitz dog while wait
ing in front of Coulter’s store
Sunday afternoon for the picture
show to open. She was taken to
the Mt. Scott drug store where
the wound was dressed.
Card of Thanks
We desire to express our sin
cere thanks to our many friends
for the kindness, help and so
licitude shown during the illness
of our beloved mother and wife;
and for the many tokens of love
manifested in our recent bereave-
Shupp, so recently passed away,
ADA D. ALBERT.
REV. N. SHUPP.
Considerable excitement was
caused by a chimney fire at Fred
Geisler’s residence on 58th ave-
nue during the high wind Wed
rendered first aid by administer
The wedding of Ida L. Huxley
ing large doses of salt (not
Epsom) to the furnace. Luckily and D. W. Curtiss occurred at
the shower of sparks caused no Oregon City Saturday, Novem
ber 22, only the immediate fam
ily being present. The wedding
Ben Bouden, of 9523 56th took place at the Baptist parson
avenue S. E., shot himself in the age at that place. Following the
head Tuesday evening about ceremony the afternoon was
He was rushed to the spent at the Bert Baxter home
Emergency hospital but it was in Oregon City. Coming to Port
found impossible to save his life. land later a luncheon was en
He was a sufferer from tubercu joyed at the Multnomah Hotel.
losis and it is supposed despond In the evening the neighbors
ency because of ill health caused gathered at their home on Fos
him to take his life.
ter road and Darrin avenue and
The Mt. Scott Mental Culture treated them to an old-fashioned
Club met Thursday afternoon, charivari.
November 20, at Arleta library ! served the crowd by the newly
hall at 2:30 p. m. The lecture weds. Mr. and Mrs. Curtiss will
was given by Miss Bertha make their home in Lents.
Young on the "Reading of Free
Melvin Rhodes had the mis
Verse.” Miss Young took up the
discussion of modern poetry, fortune to have his shoulder
saying among other things that thrown out of ioint and received
it has its origin in ancient Chi other minor bruises while load
nese poetic thought.
Among ing bark last week. Mr. Rhodes
the modern poets which she men- had completed the load and got
_ tioned were Anty Lowell ami on the seat ready to start when
Robert Frost, and she dwelt at one of the rear wheels collapsed,
some length on “Patterns," by causing the wagon to overturn,
throwing him to the ground. He
is improving as rapidly as could
Irene Davis, 6410 88th street, be expected.
celebrated her fifteenth birthday
last Saturday. Ntwember 22. bv
The Lents auxiliary of the
entertaining a number of her Woman’s Home Missionary so
girl friends. The color scheme ciety met at the home of Mrs.
was blue and white.
Forget- Sibley, 5829 88th street Tuesday
Me-Not place cards and tiny afternoon.
Mrs. Peterson gave
crepe paper baskets filled with an address which was greatly en
candies marked the places at joyed by all present. Two new
attending members were added to the aux
were Rosiland Henry, Mildred iliary. The next meeting will be
Wakefield. Lois Sheets, Bessie held at the home of Mrs. J. P.
Fitch, Alma Carlson, Olive Ash Strahl, 6517 88th street, Decem
and Martha Toelle.
ol th» insocial condition ol
BY LOCAL MINISTERS
Whereas, our Heavenly Father
in hi* loving providence line
taken unto himself Sister Mary
Louisa Shupp, the beloved wife
of our brother and fellow min
ister, Rev. Noah Shupp, and the
faithful, affectionate mother of
the dear children;
Therefore, be it resolved, that
we, the pastor* associated with
him in this community, extend
unto him our Christian sympathy
in his loan of a noble companion
anti affectionate counselor in hi»
work, also to the children in
their loss of a loving, devoted
mother, am! also to the church
in its loss of an elect lady and
beloved sister who adorned the
doctrine of our Lord Jesus
Christ. Fier going is a distinct
Io»» to church, the community,
and the kingdom of God at
But this loss of husband, chil
dren, church and of the com
munity has been her eternal
gain and glory. She has earned
the “well done” of our blessed
Savior and the "crown life”
which he reserves for all the
faithful. “Blessed are the dead
who die in the Lord, for they
rest from their labors and their
works do follow them.”
We commend our brother anti
fellow pastor, and her dear chil
dren to her blessed Christ ami
to her bible, to whom she alwavs
went in her every time of
We the undersigned pastors
affectionately and unitedly con
cur in the above resolutions and
Done this 19th day of Novem
A. F. Lienkaemper, pastor of
German Reformed Church.
Lurana M. Terrell, pastor of
Lents Friends Church.
F. R. Sibley, pastor Lents M.
E. A. Smith, pastor Lents Bap
Lent* Baptist Church
The Lents Baptist church will
hold its regular Sunday school
session at 9:45 next Sunday
morning with good music, and
with classes for all ages. The
morning sermon subject of the
pastor. Rev. E. A. Smith, will be
“The Efficiency and All-Suffi
ciency of Jesus Christ.”
At 6:30 p. m. Miss Fay
Hickox will lead the young peo
ple’s meeting, and at 7:30 the
pastor will speak on ’’Weighed
and Found Wanting.”
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Corrective Methods, Super Heat
Cabinet Sweats: free examina
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lars.—Dr. Jenson, Chiropractor,
(since 1910), 304 Raleigh build
ing, Washington at 6th; phones
Main 1132—Cl 216.
Baldwin apples, $1 per box
Call at 6228 92nd
street, or phone Tabor 6267.
The Lents Millinery Atore is
now prepared to do all kinds of
Special hats for special oc
Hats made for your suit, coat,
I also do make-over hats.
Short order trims.
MRS. INEZ GULLIKS.
We pay the most for your
u s e d
W. C. Rockwell, 0015
Wood »a wing.
Orders taken for woodsawing.
Call T. Kearns. Tabor 406.
order. For information call Ta
Garage across the street from
Lents library. Call Tabor 3214.
MULTNOMAH STATE BANK
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instant fancy of the mail who
is tired of wearing the same
old thing he got last spring.
Mad e, too, of heavy silk that
do not bring pin holes or wrink
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County ol Multnomah, t “
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named bank. do aolemnly swear that the
above statement la true to the beet ol my
knowledge and belief.
SHKRMAN HARKSON. Cashier.
Goggins’ Shoe Store
WILL T WRIGHT
Subscribed and sworn to before me this Mlb
day ot November. ISIS
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