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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1919)
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Nutter Die«
Lents M -thoJist Church,
The infant son of Mr. and
At the M. E. church next
John Tweed, of Salem, was a Mrs. Fred Nutter. 6107 62nd ave. Sunday morning the Bible school
Thanksgiving visitor at the was laid to rest in the Rose City will be held at 9:40. At II
home of Mr. and Mr». William cemetery Wednesday, Nov. 24. o’clock the pastor. Rev. F. R
Sibley, will preach on "Chris-
The ladies Aid of the M. E.
tian Brotherhood." and at 4
Miss Terrell has been quite church w ill hold their 'baaaar in
o’clock his topic will be Give
sick since Monday but is recov th«- church parlor Wednesday,
Me Scotian«! or 1 Die."
ering nicely and hopes to be December 10. where one will
able to attend monthly meeting find a good assortment of
■y\rons. yokes, handkerchiefs, ted at 5:15. the subject for dis
bathtowels and numerous other cussion being "Christian Ameri
O. B. Guisness and son Myron things. Only a fewmore «lays canization." On Thursday eve
were home for Thiyiksgiving before Christmas so do not for ning th«- prayer serviqe will be
dinner. The are working on the
led by Mr. 1 lev ting, and oil Fri
get the date Dec. 10. and the
Pacific highway road work in
place the M. E. church porlors. «lay all th«- ladies nr«- invited to
attend th«- all-dav session of the
W. F. M. S. aUCcntral Methodist
Miss Gertrude Katzky came
up from Monmouth, where she
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
is attending normal school. tolcourt- " edu«-s«Liy. November
spend Thanksgiving with her: ■* !“‘n-
parents and relatives.
Card of Thank«.
Jay F. Wing of Lents has " c wish
»hank all those who
been appointed administrator of ° kindly assisted us during the
the estate of H. M. Wing, de-«'»‘I death of our beloved
ceased, notice thereof appearing husband and father.
Mrs. Kiekenapp and children.
elsewhere in this issue of The
LENTS MILLINERY HAT SALE
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bruce Pol-
worth, 3712 76th street S. E.,
with their children, Rene. Isabel
and J. Bruce Jr., were Thanks
giving guests in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Gardner,
9641 Foster road.
B. S. Waggener and Ara J.
Waggener have purchased prop
erty in Mt. Scott View addition
from John H. Baker. Mr. and
Mrs. Waggener recently moved
to Lents from Caldwell, Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. Baker will leave
shortly for southern California.
The fifth Sunday offering of
the Lents Evangelical Sunday
school for November 30, for the
worthy Armenian relief work,
was $31.16. There will be a
Christmas offering taken for
the sanlte cause by this Sunday
school in its Christmas pro
Selling all hats at reduced prices.
Every lady purchasing a hat $5.00
and over in price will receive an
t-nvelope containing a surprise. 5920
92nd street $. E.
Stray Taken Up
Bay horse, 4 white feet, white face.
Call Home phone 1011. A. W. Stew
art, Guisness road, north of Gilbert
House with four furnished rooms;
on 84th street near Foster road. 1
Phone Tabor 7951, or call at 8239
Foster road. Mrs. R. Schnider.
The solos by Mrs. H. T.
Blakeslee, of Woodmere, at the
last meeting of the Kellogg P.-
T. A. were very much appreci
ated. Mrs. Blakeslee’s person
ality and ability delighted the
ladies and left a very pleasant
Baldwin apples, $1 per box
memory. Appreciation is due ielivered. Call at 6228 92nd
also to Mrs. Edwards for her street, or phone Tabor 6267.
Donald McNeil, accompanied
We pay the most for your
by a friend, Floyd Slayton, came used furniture, stoves and
up from Corvallis to spend the ranges. W. C. Rockwell. 6015
Thanksgiving holidays at the '»2nd street.
McNeil home on Foster road.
Wood sa wing.
Miss Myrtle McNeil was also at
taken for woodsawing.
home from Boardman, where
Call T. Kearns. Tabor 406.
she is teaching. She reports
that Mr. and Mrs. Nick Faler Popular sweaters made to
order. For information call Ta
are well and doing well.
New Neckwear in
Thornton & Sowards
purposely made to strike the
instant fancy of the man who
is tired of wearing the same
old thing he got last spring.
Goggins’ Shoe Store
Edwin Norene who is attend
ing the U. of O. at Eugene spent
Thanksgiving with liis parents.
Mrs. Mary Finley of Nehalem,
is a guest of Mrs. Belle Elwood
on 81th street.
Unemployment has no terrors
for John and Ix-o Kearns, recent
Iv returned service men. After
their discharge they found it
very difficult to obtain employ
ment, so resolved to make a jot»
for themselves. They have pur
chased a woodaaw. and
early morning until late at night
may be seen about I-ertts and vi
cinity. stalking the wary wood
pile. Their plans also include
the establishment of a wood
yard at th«- family home on 92nd
street. They arc well known in
I'Cnts. having grown to man
hood her«- and are certainly de-
serving of the support <»L th--
BesMes fateriof the taawMs doctrine
that beat» hto aama, Presideat James
Monroe always preached
bank lag. ttla
■ When it comes to Water Systems
and Farm Lighting Plants
Cement Work. Plastering and
Your ultimate decision will be
_ Realdeuce 4(10 Fiftieth Ave.
Water System and Universal
ROSE CITY VAN
greatest value for the money
The One-Way-Charje Company
possible to obtain.
See U» For. .
Tab. 1424 D 81
owners testify to
WOOD AND COAL
you, too will be equally en-
8222 Fonter Rd
Remember, you place yourself
under no obligation to buy
when you ask for further in*
Hee C hibtbm A G bobob
FURS ARE HIGH
Everywhere trappers are mak
ing big money, Are you one of
paying top-notch ■
T ry us—you’ll
AXEL KILDAHL. 1‘roprlttor
pleased. Send for free price list
today. E. R. Skinner and Co.
1121 Front street, Sacramento.
A black eye is a very poor
8919 Foster Road
Seethe Herald Office First for your Printniq
FOR SALE OR TRADE
Five hundred dollar credit on one of the beat standard make
of trucks on the market.
The motor truck field is one of
the best business opportunities today, motor truck lines re
placing the railroads for hauling freight in many localities.
DON’T BE OUT OF A JOB
Get a truck and go into a
profitable business of your own.
Inquire at The Herald office.
4 percent paid on time deposits
MULTNOMAH STATE BANK
SHERMAN BAUSON, Cashier
Will discount for cash or will trade for good used touring
Lents Station -
Association will meet, at the
school house. Friday. December
12, at 2:30 p. m. Everyone 1«
urged to attend.
Made, too, ««f heavy silk that
do not bring pin holes or wrink
les out too. prominently
cravnt has been worn a few
visit with Mrs. Rathkcy’s molh-
er, Mrs. Minnie Kathkey of 88th
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Parrish of th«- restaurant on
Foster road opposite the post
office. Tuesday. November 3,
On November 30 at the Laur
elwood M. E. church Mrs.
Martha J. Mellinger of I.ogan,
port, Ind., began a series of
evangelistic meetings which ar«-
bein ’ continued every evening.
She will be assisted by Dr. M.
'1. Reed, soloist and song leader,
and by the pastor, Rev. A. C.
Everyone is in
vited, and parents arc specially •41
urged to come and bring their
l>ents Evangelical Church
Preaching services next Sun
day at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. !
by the pastor. N. Shupp. The
pastor will resume his evange-1
listic series of sermons in the
morning services. This will be
the third sermon.
Sunday school at 9:45.
Y. P. A. at 6:30.
The third quarterly confer
ence will be held Wednesday,
December 10, at 7:30. Sermon
by Rev. F. B. Culver at 8 p. m.
A full attendance is desired at
the session of the quarterly con
tendent. Church services 11 a.
m. and 7:30 p. m. Miss L. M.
Terrell, pastor. Prayer meeting
and monthly business meeting
Thursday at 7:45 p m. Ladies'
prayer meetihg Wednesday at 2
o’clock. Junior C. E. Wednes
day 4 p. m., in charge of the
pastor. Christian Endeavor at
6:30 p. m. Sunday. No C. E.
A wide-awake young people’s
meeting and rally will be held
at the First Friends church, cor
ner 35th and Main streets, in
charge of Superintendent Lila
The young folks of
Mr. and Mrs. John Rathkey bor 1996.
of .Astoria returned home last
in a rally meet
Garage across the -street from
Monday after a three-weeks*
Lents library. Call Tabor 3214.
Laurelwood M. E. Church
l.enls Baptist Church.
At the Lents Baptist church
at 9:45 a. m. the Sunday school
will be held. There will be live
classes and good music. The
pastor. Rev. E. A. Smith, will use
for his morning subject "The
Lord's Supper ami What it Tells
Us." At 6:30 p. in. Mr. Francis
will lea«l the B. Ys P. U,. anil nt
7:30 tile pastor will .speak on
' The Two Masters.” At the
church services there will be
good music by the choir. Mr.
Leake's work with the choir is
much appreciated and the male
trio which appeared at a recent
service was much enjoyed.
Good Itiin wood at a reason
Phone Tabor 5398
Vaughan and McFarlane have
»pened a cigar spire and soft
drink parlor at 9286 Woodstock
avenue. They will also serve hot
Oxone Oxygen Vapor, Mas-
ige. Violet Ray, High Frequen
cy, Electricity, Vibratory, Spinal
Treatments, Faradic, Organic
Corrective Methods, Super Heat
Cabinet Sweats: free examina
tion; 24 treatments Twenty Dol
lars.—Dr. Jenson, Chiropractor,
Friends Church Notes
''since 1910), 304 Raleigh build-
Bible school Sunday at 9:45
ng, Washington at 6th; phones
a. m. C. C. Barker, superin-
L. C. Hinshaw will give the ad
Sunday afternoon there will
be a missionary meeting at the
same place addressed by Miss
The C. E. goes twice a month
to the Portland Commons mis
sion. Ijust Monday night was
an especially good night, being
well attended both by the mis
sion folks and the young people.
Several of the older folks sur
prised the younger ones by go
ing along, which was much ap
preciated. Mr. Baldwin read
the lesson and Miss Terrell gave
the niessage. There were three
seekers at the altar.