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LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1919
VOL. XVn. No. 52
Tribute to A. T. Gribble
r t S.
At Last a Popular Fad
PROFESSOR A. N. LOWE
PASSED AWAY AT ST.
VINCENT’S DEC. 22ND
Prof. A. N. Lowe, well known
I ALWAY5 PtP APMlRE.
to the older residents of Lents,
THAT COAT ON YOU.
Oregon men served with gal
passed away at St. Vincent’s
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lantry on every field in Europe Gribble’s left thigh were packed
hospital December 22, 1919, af
during tin Great War on every to tlx- bone with gniixc. Hi- was
ter an illness of three months.
field nnd in every line of duty. wounded in both upper extrem
He was brought to St. Vincent’s
Many crosses were in-slowed ities and in both lower extremi
hospital October 6, where he
upon Beni er boys for tlicir hr ties. I remember the first time
underwent an operation, the re
roUni, but for every decoration I cared for him. After dressing
sult showing definitely that he
given hundreds more were as seven wounds I said to hint ’Is
was a victim of cancer of me
rightfully earned by fighters who that all .*’ .
Prof. Lowe did not
joined the colors hi this state,
the effects of the
'Oh. yrs,’ In- replied brightly.
says David 1
"Tli«-n I noticed a shrapnel
lower and lower till his demise
“The Fight I
Finds” depart wound by his right knee. After
the first of this week. The fu
mint of tin Telegram.
It is dressing it I saw where a ma
neral service was conducted at
with great |
we print a chine gull bullet hail gone com
Kenworthy’s Wednesday after
heroism of pletely l^-oiigli his left leg and
a Portlander who is still stiffer another
noon at 1 :30, the service being
it of metal passed
mg from wounds.
in ch.-i'ge of Rev. F. R. Sibley,
through’11 lie bones of his not,
The litter was written bv Dr. lii all, 1 dressed daily 12 wounds
of the Lents M. E. church. The
William IL Johnson, of Charles on him, and the only complaint
services at the cemetery were in
who ns a «-nptnin in I have of him is that he did not
charge of the Odd Fellows. In
tin- nirdical corps of the A. I complain enough.
enough, One night
F. Ills letter, which is a most we discovered his bed wet witli
wonderful citation, is given III blood from .one of his wounds,
Prof. Lowe was born in Hop
Iowa, July 20, 1854, and
which had opened.
"Perhaps you would lie pleas have called our attention to it,
he was educated in the schools
cd tn publish an unsolicited and we could have saved him
of that state, receiving his de
, Mske Old Clotting FitbioaaM« th« Latest Fad—News Item
glimpse of one of your citizens, much blood.
gree from Lennox College, at
Manchester, Iowa. He was prin
w hose heroism, like many an
“Now it would be hard to
other real man’s in this war overestimate the In-nefit to the
cipal in district 45, at Gilbert,
from 1889 to 1890. From 1891
may have gone unnoticed while other wounded in the ward and
ottiers get credit not ns deserv the influence this uncomplaining
to 1894 he was principal in the
school at Dayton, Ore., where
hero had on the morale of the
Prof. Hershner calls the al- bright-colored paper chains, a
also held his Odd Fellow
”1 feel sure thnt it would I
entire Hard. Gribble’s bravery > tention of the parents to the
line of gay chain festoons along ami girls who consider that they
a pleasure to your community and cheerful stoicism proved I home reading of the eighth
membership during the rest of
the top of the blackboard, and ¡have finished the eighth grade
to hear about him, and 1 assure that lie thought more of the I grade pupils,
it would be a strips of holiday-hued paper are making a big mistake. They his life. From 1895 to 1897 in
clusive, Prof. Lowe was head of
you that you have every reason others than of himself.
very wise and helpful thing if were drawn from the
corners hav< only begun to know how the Lents school.
“It is such modest, courageous the parents should
to be justly proud of the Ilins,
get these of the room to the center chan much there is for them to learn,
Since I the close of his work
patient and self controlled man men who create and maintain books and give them i at least a
delier. This work was done bv ami they should be urged to go
here he has been in various
or (woman) I have ever seen in the valor, glory ami honor of cursory reading so that they
some of the children during re on to high school.
schools, including districts in
my 26 years of practice.
The nobility may know the kind of mentnl
Among those who
The class will receive certifi Yamhill,
“It Wns in August
remains a her- food their children i are assimi-
Lincoln and Clatsop
so gallantly assisted Miss Chap cates stating that they have com
counties, and others throughout
year win-n 50 .obiiers. most of ilagc anil inspiration to every luting and also so that they, may
man in preparing for her Christ pleted the school course for
t livm Imdly wounded, arrive« in generation.
be able to talk of the same mas program were Irene Coe, grammar schools and these cer- the state of Washington.
"W. II. JOHNSON,
ward 13, tasi- hospital 68, nt
books and characters that their Irene Wood, Kermit Lienkaeni-
M ars sur Allier. France. Nearly
“Captain, M. C. * children do. It
would conduce per, James Schrav, Nancy Kiu- high schools without examina
Mr. Gribble lives at 700!» 62nd to a community of interest In nel, Gertrude Gay, William tion.
his routine with trips to various
Prior to enlisting in the family.
Giese, Cara Ash, Eloise Hood
including Alaska, Hawaii,
i» the list of and Ada Morrison.
the 6th Marines he wns a post-
Notes by Eighth Grade Pupils Florida, California and Europe
mnn out of the Lents office. books as outlined in the public
The program which this class
The sewing classes of the before the war.
gave included these numbers:
After returning home he went school manual:
Lents school will make an ex
Prof. Lowe was married in ’
Lorna Doonc, Chaucer Stories.
Song by the class, "Oh, Silent hibit of their term’s sewing at
back to his old work for a time
in Iowa to Miss Verna
last summer but the presence of Last of the Mohicans, Great Ex Night.”
the next Parent-Teacher meet Crofut. Seven years after her
Recitation, "Her Christmas
a piece of shrapnel near the pectations, Silas Marner, Last
ing. The Parent-Teacher circle death he was married to Mrs.
knee joint made walking too Days of Pompeii, John Halifax. List,” Gertrude Gay.
meets every thin! Friday of the Laura B. Murray, who passed
A story, "Tilly's Christmas,” month.
painful and he resigned to enter Gentleman;
away in 1911. He is survived
from the book by Eloise
the auto repair business.
• • •
his son, A. A. Lowe, of San
was very important that
Gribble was wounded in Sep Hur. King Arthur Stories, Tales Hood.
Erwin Mackey, Olive Ash, Francisco, who arrived in time
of the patients get Im-
Song by the class. “Chime and and Jesse
timber. 1918. in the second dav Hf a Grandfather, Scrooge’s
Smith have the record for the last rites; a brother, E.
e sleep ami rest. Sonin
of the St. Mihiel drive, and wits Christmas, What Constitutes a Carol.” This was followed by for the week for speed and ac
G. Lowe, of Milwaukie, Ore.; a
mir through fearful prl
State, A Song of the Camp. a little party in which the Christ
finally discharged from the hos-
curacy in fundamentals in arith sister, Mrs. J. B. Huey, of Wil
The Flag Goes By, To a Sky mas tree played a prominent
pital May 20, 1919.
lamina, Ore.; and a brother, S.
lark. The Throttle, To a Cuckoo. part, gifts being exchanged by
• • •
B. Lowe, of Elmcreek, Neb.
CHILDREN COACHED IN
The Sandpiper, The Belfry Miss Chapman and the children.
The Lents school is doing very
besides excitement ami loss
Five of the present teachers
CHRISTMAS SINGING | Pigeon. Robert of Lincoln, The
well with lunch serving.
Portland schools were pupils
blood further reduced their
The Ix-nts school will pro
Birds' Orchestra, Shakespeare’s
average number of pupils buying of Prof. Lowe. Prof. Aiderman
tnlitv. Many were shot in
Miss Kastomlatxky, assistant Songs.
mote about 34 pupils to high lunch is about 180.
At times was also one of his students,
• • •
bend and through the lungs.
librarian nt the Central library,
school on January 23. No ex
there are over 200.
"One was here who nait a spoke before the chnutauqun
The school flag was at half ercises will be held, as a rule of
and there are many business men
• • •
piece of sliraoml in Ids heart, class nt the Lents library Fri mast last Monday afternoon, th the school board prohibits it.
of this city who received their
early education under him.
The metal moved with every day afternoon of last week, at occasion being Mrs. Broch's and there will be no expense
Miss Knstoni- funeral. Mr. ami Mrs. Broch whatever attached to the cere
Among the things which Prof.
pulsation of the heart, Tin- boy 2:30 o'clock.
spend her vacation in Eugene.
prized most highly in his
also bail pneumonia and was latxkv talked of Americaniza have always been loyal friends mony.
Prof. Hershner wishes
• • •
educational work were his life
having hemorrhages from the
the parents to know that thcr. 'e
Miss Gertrude Crabtree is go
diplomas from the states of
■ right lung. His naim was Shaw. some of the impressions which she had received while n her .will be no occasion for the pur-
ing to spend part of her vacation
anti he hail been a shoe salcs- she hail received while on her this tribute of appreciation.
chase of new frocks.
• • •
at The Dalles with her grand
man in a retail store back in recent trip in the east. About
This promotion is not in any
mother, and the rest of her va
The 6b class, in charge of sense
nine ladies were present at the
a stopping point in the
at Ivanic with her sister.
education of the child rcn.
"When for weeks his life meeting.
• • •
program in that room last Wed merely indicates that they h
SOLD TO H. F. BYRD & CO.
hung in the balance one
Miss Clara Vaughan is going
nesday afternoon. There was k
acquired sufficient scholarship
readily sec how a patient in flu- ter Jenkins, Christmas carol
with to be allowed to go on to high to spend her vacation in and
The confectionery at Lents
next bed making unnecessary lender, came to the I.ents library
has changed hands, the
fuss and complaint could easily
BODY OF MRS. CLARKE
former proprietor, D. W. Gard-
deprive Shaw of the life-giving on Christmas songs.
ROBERT ABRAMS SUF
SPEAROW - LARSON
SENT TO INDIANA HOME
ner having sold it to the firm
power of sleep and rest. I never
FERS APPOPLEXY STROKE
CHILD DIED FROM AT
H. F. Byrd Jk company. Mr.
caught Shaw's eve but thnt he
TACK OF DIPHTHERIA
Lillian B. Clarke, late of 578 5
who has been recov
Robert Abrams. 5320 89th
tried to smile. He grew strong
Carl D. Spearow, 8122 59th ering from an attack of pneu
85th street, died at her home
Fay Carlon, the five-year-old
enough to be sent home.
street, suffered a stroke of ap-
December 20, 1919.
avenue, and Grace Larson were monia. is able to be moved from
"I may say thnt not an mi son of Mr. and Mrs. Carlon, of
poplexy Tuesday, December 16,
mains were at the Kenworthy
married Wednesday evening, De his apartments over the confec
while on a Broadway car going
necessary groan was uttered, 5823 9 Uh street, passed away
undertaking parlors till today,
cember 24, nt the home of the tionery to his
to work. I*
home at 7626
for if a new patient started to December 22 at St. Vincent’s
He was taken to St.
bride’s parents.’ Mr. anil Mrs. C. 62nd avenue.
when they were sent to Indian- Vincent’s hospital,
complain someone in the next
apolis, Ind., for interment. Mrs. no r means of identification and J.- Larson. 6Srd avenue and 82nd Mr. Byrd will
bed would tell him to look at
Clarke was forty-nine years old M rs. . Abrams was ___
street, in the presence of rela into the rooms
vacated by the
Allen T. Gribble. Gribble was born in Oregon City. He was
at the time of her death, Her until Wednesday when she saw tives and intimate friends. Ralph Gardner household,
never known nt any dressing n laid to rest in Multnomah cem
the notice in *the paper,
He Spearow, of St. Helens, brother
birthplace was Colfax, Ind.
the ward or in tin- operating etery December 28, a short ser
to J»e of the groom, performed the
enterprise, R. M. Stone, of Fair
conducted at the
Miss Mildred Pierce, who lives brought home Saturday evening,
room to utter a groan or change vice being
Both young people view, member of the firm, and
Funeral arrangements at 6501 78th street, left Wed but suffered another stroke Sun
the expession on his countenance grave,
favorably known W. W. McDowell, 9024 Foster
when everyone present knew he were in charge of the A. I). Ken- nesday for a two weeks’ visit
joins in wishing road, who will assist about the
wns siiffring torture.
with her folks in Kalama, Wash. is entertained for his recovery. [
them happiness and prosperity. store.
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