Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923, December 05, 1919, Image 1

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VOL. XVn. No. 49
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The following program was
given Novemlwr 26 by Miss
Ewing and her clauses at the
mid-week assembly ut Wood-
mere school:
Elag Salute, “Columbia the
Gem of the Ocean."
‘ Song, "Mammy’s Lullaby," by
Recitation, "The Cat's
Thanksgiving Soliloquy,” Ade­
line Miles.
Recitation,* ‘Advice to a Doll,"
Hildegard Krueger.
Recitation, "Grandma’s Irv­
ing Smile," Janet Weander.
1919," Ethel Charf.
Recitation, “The Bird of No-
veml>er," Lyle Peters.
Song, room 3.
Recitation, “Baby’s First
Thanksgiving,” Wanda Weisen-
Recitation, Florence Ijehman.
"Making Pumpkin Pies," Mar­
ion Flanagan, Hazel Barbagela-
ta and Florence Nelson.
Wreath Drill, 12 girls.
Song, “Why Should We Be
Thankful,” three girls ano three
Recitation, "The Turkey’s So­
liloquy,” Carrie l>arson.
1918,” Latona Kimball.
Recitation. "A Thankful Girl,”
Pearl Watson.
Recitation, William Colwell.
Song, Ethel Charf.
Violin duet. Minuet in G,
Herl>ert Sommerfeldt and John
A Thanksgiving, 8B girls.
Dance, four girls.
America, school.
The funeral of the late Vivian
F.ugenie Richardson wax held at
Finley’» chapel Friday, Nov. 26,
nt 2:80 p. in. .She died Nov. 24
nt her home at OH 17 88th street,
after an lllnes« of a year and a
half resulting from an attack of
typhoid fever. Mi»» Richardson
wax n member of the Lent*
Methodist church and was con­
nected with the Epworth league
and the Sunday School, having
nt one time been preaident of
the Epworth League and at var-
ioua time» having filled office»
in the Sunday School. Her fav­
orite musical instrument wa« the
violin of which «he had been a
student for a number of year*.
Mi»» Richardson wa» born in
Revere, Ma«»., March 8, 1898,
being nt the time of her death
twenty-one year«, eight month*
anil »ixtecn «lay« old. She 1»
survived by her father nnd moth­
er. Mr. and Mr», Wyman S.
Richardson nnd three brother»,
Lawrence, Elton M., and Myron.
At the chapel service Mr*. Jas­
per »ang "Face to Face" (John­
ston), and M cm I nuc « Jasper and
Sells »ang together "All the Way
My Saviour Ix-ads Me” and "I
am a Pilgrim Here.” The min­
isters in charge of the services
were the Revs. F. R. Sibley of
the Lent» M. E. church and E.
A. Smith of the Lenta Baptist
MiN» Richardson was
laid to rest in the Mt. Scott Cem­
Mrs Jasper Given Farewell Party
In token of their apprecia­
tion of the friendship and worth
of Mrs. Lina Jasper, the ladies
of the M. E. church surprised
her at her home 5708 88rd st.
A very pleasant gathering of
McGrew relatives met at the
(»range hall on
day where a bountiful repast wax
served. The menuc included
chicken and dressing, pumpkin
aiM mince pic. cake nnd all the
good tilings which are included
in an old-fashioned Thanksgiv­
ing dinner. The afternoon was
spent in tnlking over happening*«
of former days and with music
and recitations by the children.
Among those present Were .Mr.
and Mrs. (’, Whitlock of Silver-
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Lent,
F. L. Lent and family, Mr. and
Mrs. O. E. Lent, Mr. and Mrs.
C. I). Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Sanders, Frank Sanders and
family, Mr. and Mr" J. C. Mc­
Grew, Baird Allyn and family,
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. McGrew,
Claridge Himes and family, Mr.
«nd Mrs. II. C. Prince, F. O. Me
Grew and family, Fred Allyn
ibid family, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Lent and Mrs. Atlanta Allyn.
last Tuesday evening.
eighteen ladies gathered in the
Jasper parlors nnd after a pleas­
ant evening .«pent in friendly
chat and concluded with refresh­
ments, they went home leaving
n beautiful linen’ tablecloth for
Mrs. Jasper, presented by Mrs.
Woodworth, as a tangible re­
minder of
Those attending were Mrs.Sib­
ley nnd daughter, Virginia, Mrs.
J. C. McGrew, Mrs. Oscar Lent,
Mary Rowley, Mrs. Steffey, Mrs.
Worden, Mrs. T. C. Lord, Mrs.
Alice Wood worth and Mrs. Sells.
Multnomah P.-T. A. to Meet.
An important meeting of the
county council of the Multnomah
Parent-Teacher association
scheduled to be held in the
church nt Troutdale Saturday,
December 18. The Program ar­
ranged for the occasion promises
to be interesting and worth
while. Questions of importance
to the schools of the county at
this time will be discussed.
Among the speakers at this
meeting will be Mrs. C. W.
NOT TO REBUILD NOW Hayhurst, president of the State
According to Miles D. Jame­ and Professor R. Coleman, di­
son, manager of the East Side rector of physical culture at
Mill & Lumber Co., Spokane O. A. C. There will be a busi­
avenue, owners of the Miller- ness session at 11 o’clock in the
Mowrey Lumber Co., whose forenoon. It is hoped that there
plant at I^ents burned several will be a large attendance. Vis­
months ago, no plans for imme­ itors are asked to bring sand­
diate rebuilding have been de­ wiches.
termined upon. A force of men
G. A. R to Meet Saturday
has been employed in cleaning
Saturday December fl the
up the pond, which gave rise to
the rumor that the plant would ladies of the G. A. R. will meet
be rebuilt at an early date, ac­ in regular session in Odd Fellows
cording to Mr. Jameson. Mr. hall on 92nd street. It is hoped
Jameson made the statement, every member will be present
however, that soon after the as f the election of officers will
fire tentative plans were made take place for the coming year.
for rebuilding the mill, and that
Mrs. Daisy Bates who
at some future time the plans been spending the summer at
will again come under consider-' Tilamook returned to her home
on 84th street last Saturday.
Miss MacDonald, who has
been ill for several days, is now
A. Lundgren, of Lents, has
back with her class.
secured the exclusive agency for
the Pacific coast states of Ore­
The 8B grade of the I^ents
gon, Washington, Idaho and Cal­ school chose Olive Ash, Irene
ifornia with central offices in Davis, Jessie Smith and Donald
Portland, representing the J. M. Davis to take care of the school
Pitkin company, of Newark, N. notes, to be published in the
J., an old established firm man­ Mt. Scott Herald.
ufacturing and distributing the
Every Thursday afternoon the
well known Pitkin products,
boys and girls of the^ upper
which consist of economical
grades of Lents school have an
tube food flavors, food colors, a
assembly and sing songs. Miss
complete line of toilet articles,
Marie Chapman comes each
and other articles for use in the
week and assists the other
home. Mr. Lundgren has es­
teachers by playing.
tablished offices in Lents and is
Doctor Eames and nurses vis­
now busily engaged in estab­
lishing sub-offices throughout ited thé school Tuesday, and
his territory, and arranging for after examining the pupils, de­
the sale and distribution of the clared Lents school was one of
Pitkin products. The contract the cleanest schools in Portland.
under which Mr. Lundgren is Hereafter Mrs. Albro, the school
working calls for the handling inspector, will visit weekly.
of a minimum of about $85,000
The 8B cooking class has been
worth of goods during the next
serving luncheons to their
ten years. Attorney H. P. Ar-
mothers as part of the cooking
nest, of Lents, is attending to
course. The mothers have not
the legal work of the agency.
attended as well as the girls
would like, but those who did
attend thoroughly enjoyed the
HELD NOVEMBER 28 luncheon.
Win. Sheffield, bom March 6,
1869, passed «way November 25,
at his late residence, 6402 57th
avenue. The funeral was held
Friday, November 28 at the Ken­
worthy chapel at 2:30 p. m.
The Rev W. L. Wilson officiat­
ing. Mr. Sheffield is survived
by his wife, Bessie Sheffield.
He had been for seven years
prior to his death a resident of
Portland. His interment was
made in the Mt. Scott Park
Local Man Wins Suit
Frank Naudts, of 6620 89th
street S. E., has recovered judg­
ment in the district court
against J, Cohen, a merchant of
Front street, who had refused
to pay for cattle recently pur­
chased from Mr. Naudts at auc­
tion. The sale was sought to be
avoided on the ground of false
representation, but this defense
proved untenable.
H. P. Amest, of Lents, repre­
sented Mr. Naudts.
John Mans and Miss Marga­
ret Kreiger of Dallas, were mar­
ried in Salem Monday, Novem­
ber 28. Only the immediate
members of the family witnessed
the ceremony.
E. M. Calkins and J.
Johnson attended Multnomah
Camp No. 77 last Friday even­
Mrs. Effie Campbell, 6827
55th avenue S. E., gave a fam­
ily reunion dinner Thanksgiving
day at 3 o’clock. Those present
were Mr. and Mrs. James Camp­
bell. Miss Myrtle Campbell,
Glenn, Don, Falconer and Wal­
ter Campbell, Hubert Little, and
Mrs. Effie Campbell. Mr. and
Mrs. James Campbell are newly­
weds who were united in mar­
riage by Dr. Joshua Stanfield
of the First M. E. church on
November 12.
Mr. and Mrs
Cafnpbell will make their home
at F.1 Central in the Imperial
valley southern California. Glenn
Campbell was home on vacation
from the University of Oregon,
and Hubert Little and Don
Campbell were on holiday from
O. A. C. The two last named
were chums in Corvallis before
they went to France together,
and are now finishing their col­
lege courses at the same time.
Mrs. Campbell has another son,
John, still in the U. S. service in
China. Mrs. Campbell and her
daughter, ,Miss Myrtle, returned
a few weeks ago from a trip to
the extreme east, including Nova
Scotia. While there Mrs. Camp­
bell fell and broke a shoulder
bone. She has had her arm out
of its sling for about two weeks
and is on the way to complete
The funeral services of the
late Wm. H. Kiekenapp, 4541
88th street, wa* held at Ken­
undertaking parlors
Wednesday at 10 a. m. By the
Mesdames Kenworthy and Orton
sang "Nearer My God to Thee,”
"Abide With Me,” and God be
W itli You Till We Meet Again.”
1 he service at Multnomah cem­
etery, where interment was
made, was under the auspices of
the Odd Fellows, of which he
had been a member. Mr. Kie­
kenapp is «urvivedby large num­
ber of relatives. They include
his wife Mrs. W. H. Kiekenapp,
his children—Laura, William F.
Herbert F., Mrs. Mary Down­
ing of Watsonville Cal., Edward
G. and Walter J., four brothers
and one sister of
Minn., namely, Henry., E. B.,
and A. J. and Mrs. David Erb,
a sister, Mrs. Harry Davis of
Seattle, two halfsisters, Mrs. J.
Keller of Ridgefield, Wash., and
Mrs. Chas. Brunkow of Portland.
Mr. Keikenapp was born in Can-*
non City, Minn., June 14, 1865.
He was married in Fairbault,
Minn., to Miss Nellie Hassin-
ger, December 25, 1889. Short­
ly after their marriage they
moved to Bellingham Wash.,
where they resided three years
after which they returned to
Fairbault for an eight-years re­
sidence. About the year 1900
they came to Portland, where
they have since live<^ Mr. Kie­
kenapp was taken ill about three
weeks ago, and as soon as his
condition was found to be dan­
gerous, his son Williaw F. was
summoned from navy duty in
Honolulu and his daughter Mrs.
Mary Downing, from Watson­
ville, Cal. They arrived in time
and all the children were pres­
ent when their father closed
his eyes for the last long rest.
The Parent-Teacher meeting
at Kellogg school Tuesday, No­
vember 25, was a decided suc­
cess. The following program
was given under the chairman­
ship of Mrs. J. Bruce Polworth:
Business meeting, with splen­
did reports from committees.
Talk on “High School Music
Credits,” Miss Irene Reynolds,
of the Monday Musical club.
Vocal solos, “Life’s Lullaby,”
and “The Gingerbread Man,” by
Mrs. H. T. Blakeslee, accom­
panied by Mrs. Jack Edwards.
A talk on industrial club
work among boys and girls by
Miss Joyce.
. Prof. B. A. Thaxter, of Kel­
logg, closed the program with
a brief address.
The rooms which had the
largest representation of par­
ents were those of the Misses
Hart and Messinger.
The industrial club work, out­
lined by Miss Joyce, was insti­
gated and is encouraged by O.
A. C., and all who wish infor­
mation concerning this most
practical sort of education for
boys and girls may obtain it by
writing to the office at Corval­
At the next meeting of the
Kellogg P.-T. A. on December
16, Mrs. Mary E. Fawcett, dean
of women at Corvallis, will ad­
dress the school patrons on a
topic of interest to mothers. A
special musical number will be
given by Mrs. Lina Jasper of
Lents, and there will be some­
thing entertaining from one of
the school grades.
Jessie Farnsworth, while driv­
Anderson Sells Home.
ing h^me Sunday night ran in­
Anderson. Lents’ popular
to an automobile, smashing the
has sold his residence
front end of his machine.
at 6044 40th avenue to Mr.
Mr. Ncwlan and Mr. Calkins Wharman of Portland, and has
are erecting a garage to take maved over to 890 East Salmon
the place of the one burned street.
down a couple of weeks ago.
On December 11 the regular
The young son of Mrs. Cham­
meeting of the Wood-
bers was run down by an auto­
mobile Saturday evening ami '»mere Parent-Teacher Associa­
was picked up in an unconsious tion will be held in Woodmere
condition. No bones wore brok­ school. z\n assembly of all up­
en and he is able to be out per grades will be called and the
association will be entertained by
a "song fest” in which every
Lettie M. Rater died at the pupil
home of her sister Mrs. Ed B«»yd, Hogue and her English class will
6308 92nd street, November 28 give a Christmass program for
She was born in Jasper county the general assembly Dec. 28.
Iowa, August 7 1876. She has
Mrs. Lina Jasper, 5703 83rd
made her home with Mrs. Boyd
moved Thursday of this
for the past five years. Fun­
2120 E. Holiday avenue.
eral services were held Decem­
ber 1 at Kenworthy’s undertak­ Mrs. Jasper was obliged regret­
ing parlors, Rev. Sibley officiat­ fully to leave Lents, her home
ing. She was laid to rest in was sold "over her head” and
the new tenant, W. S. Sanders
Greenwood cemetery.
will move in as soon as some ren-
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