Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923, December 26, 1919, Image 4

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    GRANGE ELECTED NEW
OFFICERS LAST SATUR­
DAY FOR COMING YEAR
The regular meeting of the
Lents grange was held Saturday.
December 20, in Grange hall.
The elections of local and state
officers wen- held, local officers
being elected as follows:
Master. T. .1. Krender.
Overseer. Lena Nelson.
Ix-cturer. Wilson Benefici.
Chaplain. Jennie Miller.
Secretary. Grace E. Furey.
Treasurer, Olive Forte.
Steward, W. A. Young.
Assistant Seward. A. F. Miller.
Lady Assistant. Lillian Thom­
as.
Gatekeeper. F. O. Snuffins.
Court: Pomona. Mary Prince.
Ceres. Anna McNeil.
Flora. Twila Armstrong.
F. O. Snuffins was re-elected
a member of the executive com
niittee.
All appointive offices
will be filled by the incoming
master. T. J. Kreuder« and th»*
names of the appointees will be
announced at the next meetin.;
which will be the second Satur­
day in January.
The state officers were bal­
loted on in this as in the other
granges throughout the state,
the result of which will be made
known at the state grange ineei-
ing in the late spring, The in
stallation of the newly electe I
local officers will be held at the
next meeting, the installation
ceremony being held behind
closed doors.
Plans are under
wav to secure an installation of­
ficer from some neighboring
granre.
At the regular ceremonial and
business session last Saturday
the following were admitted by
demit:
Judge and Mrs. Mor
row, Mr. and Mrs. J. W . Black
and Mr. and Mrs. Keller. Mrs.
Paunea and Miss Twila Arm-
strong were admitted by rite.
On account of the shortne-s
of the time Attorney W. H. H
Dufur postponed his address til1
the February meeting, express
ing in a short talk his willing­
ness to assist the grange.
An entertaining feature of th •
program was a piano «"-lo given
by Lyle Peters.
MRS. NICHOLS DIED SUD­
DENLY AT SHERIDAN
A letter was received Monday
by the Herald from a man by
the name of W. H. Hayes, of
Sheridan, stating that Mrs. M
A. Nichols died there Friday,
December 19, of heart trouble.
It is presumed that this is the
M rs. M. A. Nichols who lived
until recently on Gilbert road
about half a mile east of the
Lents school house. Mrs. Nichols
husband died last spring, death
being caused by poisoning sup­
posed to have been taken by
mistake.
No particulars were
given in the letter as to funeral
arrangements.
NURSERY
STOCK— Italian
prune,
apple,
pears,
peach,
plums, cherries
etc.
Logan.
rasberry, strawberry etc.
Use
our MONEY SAVING SYSTEM
ORDER BY MAIL— get fresh
stock.
Send for planters list,
29 years in business. Carlton
Nursery Co.
Carlton Ore.
The Herald One Dollar a year.
•THE GLAD NEW YEAR."
LEE MINOT SERIOUSLY
INJURED BY SHAFT OF “
STANDARD OIL TRUCK
Lee Minott, <>334 84lh court,
was caught in the drive shaft
while working under a motor
truck Monday morning, and in
addition to internal injuries was
terribly bruised by the terrible
In some
mauling he received,
became
caught
manner his coat
in the revolving shaft and all
his clothing but his shoes and
collar were torn from his body,
One rib was broken in • two
places and one of the broken
parts was turned completely
over. It was necessary to oper
ate Wednesday morning in order
to straighten the broken part.
After the accident Mr. Minott
got to his feet unaided, but soon
collapsed and did not regain
consciousness for several hours
He was taken to St. Vincent’-
hospital, where it is stated his
recovery is assured, although it
will be a long time before h.-
will be able to be about again.
He worked in the truck repair
department of the Satndard Oil
company at Linnton, and since
the recent storm he hail been
obliged to put in a great deal of
overtime in order to keep the
oil delivery trucks in repair, the
work all being done at night.
KERN PARK SCOUTS
ACTIVE THIS WINTER
The Kern Park Scouts, troop
21, have been active even in
the face of unusual weather,
Their new assistant scoutmaster,
Chester Reed, took them on a
skating lark to Kelly's Butte
during the very cold weather
preceding the snowfall. Before
starting on their jaunt Mr. Recil
put them through some military
maneuvers. Mr. Reed, who ha-
had four years of army life, in­
cluding a billet in Germany, is
a graduate of the Arleta school,
and he is filling Clarke Schon-
boe’s place as assistant scout
master of troop 21 during the
latter’s 90-dav leave of absence
| on account of school work. J. R.
Leach, of the Phoenix Phar
rnacy, Kern Park, is troop scout-
’ master.
The Scouts did a good turn
the night they went to Kelly’s
' Butte on a skating hike. A dis
carded Ford car which had been
reported stolen at 9 o’clock was
found by the boys on Powell
Valley Road at 10 o’clock ami
to
police
promptly
reported
headquarters.
Baptist Church Noles
Rabbits for Sale.
The Sunday -chool Uliri-tiu is
exercises wire on Tuesday eve
ning. the 23rd.
The children
dill well ami did credit to their
trainers.
Friday night the choir meets
to rehearse. Prof. Leake is do
ing real work.
Sunday -chool nt !•:45. The
last lesson of the year.
Preaching service at I 1 a. ni.
Special music by the choir. . The
pastor’s message will be ’ On the
Threshold of a New Oppor
(unity.**
Young people’- prayer meet
ing at 6:30.
Preaching service 7 :SO p. m.
Theme. A Farewell to a Di-Hi-
Special music. All in
F riend.
vited.
Purebred Flemish Giant does
Also some
and young bucks,
docs with young anil some bred;
ages from two months to one
Mrs. O. S.
and a half years.
Worden. 5821 83rd street. Phone
Tabor 822».
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Lents M. E. Church Note»
Bible school. 9 :45.
a
Ileal
"The
Vision
of
Church.” 11 a. m.
"The Art of Soul Winning.*
4 p. ni.
Epworth League. 5 p. 111.
On the evening of December
3! there will be a watch night
social for the Epworth Leagu -
and their friends at the parson-
age. 532!» 88th street S. E.
Millard Avenue Presbyterian
Church
Orders taken for woodsawing.
Call T. Kearns. Tabor 408.
For Sale.
Good 18in wood at a reason
able price.
Phone Tabor 5398
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A brown handbag with tassel
on end; contained money and
two valuable pins. Finder please
leave at Herald office and re
ceive reward.
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Goggins’ Shoe Store :
LENTS, .OREGON
Furniture Wanted
Big Loaf Bread 10c
Pepper Nuts
Fruit Cakes
All Kinds of Honey Cakes
and Fancy Xmas Cookies
Mt. Scott Bakery
Cor. 92d and Foster Road
J. ROSENAU, Proprietor
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Wesley Reynolds arrived in
Lents Tuesday morning from
Bremerton with his bride of two
months, to visit his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. R. Reynolds, 51st ave­
nue and »3rd street, during the
holidays.
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Miss Esther Fleming, librarian
at Lents, left Wednesday after­
noon for Yakima, Wash., where
she will spend her Christmas va­
cation with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. D. Fleming. Miss Flem­
ing will return next Monday.
Come In
and see us the next time
you are in need of
Good Printing.
We are specialist in the
kind of work that
pleases
tion.
Ask us today.
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AX Bl.
KU.DAHL, Proprietor
Tabor 3429
8919 Foster Ro«^
Portland, Oregon
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Eggi man’s Meat Market :
KRKSH AND SMOKED
MEATS AND KISH
Vegetable» and Fruit«
Ed Boyd, formerly manager
of the Lents Mercantile com
pany, is now employed at Walk­
er's grocery, 34th street and
Hawthorne avenue.
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A wee tame, frightened ca-
nary was found in the back yard
of G. Brady, 9004 53rd avenue,
last Monday.
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Mrs. Ray Schimerhorn, of 58th
avenue and »4th street, is ill
with an attack of diphthera.
Wood sawing.
We pay the most for your
and
At the Millard Avenue Pre- used
furniture.
stoves
byterian church next Sunday ranges. IV. C. Rockwell. BO I 5
morning Rev. W. Lee Gray will 92nd street.
use for his subject "One Thou
sand and One Opportunities.’
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the evening he will -peak on
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At
"The Weeping Optimist.’
in the Circuit Court of the
this church there will be a State of (»regoli, for the County
watch night service New Year’ i of Multnomah. Department of
eve beginning at 8 o’clock. This Probate.
is especially for I the working
No. 1755»
man as the pastor will have as
In the matter of the estate
speaker one of the federal conn and guardianship of Flora J.
cil of labor, who will -appear on Gingrich, insane.
the program at 8:30 o’clock.
Notice is hereby givi ft that
tin- undersigned has been dui.
Lost
appointed guardian of the per-
Gray kid glove; finder please son and estate of Flora J. Ging-
leave at Herald office.
lip
rich, insane, by the Circu:t
Court of the State of < Iregoli.
A LINE TO WINDWARD
for the Countv of Multnomah.
Department of Probate, and 11 is
qualified.
All person« having
claims again-t the said estate
----------- £
are hereby notified and required
to present the same, duly voci
Fon 1020
fieli and with proper vouchers,
U« I V.uNT
to the said guardian, nt tin- of
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fire of his attorney. H. P. Ar
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nest. 5910 1 2 »2nd St. S. E..
s_ K.1®’ M aybe
Lents Station. Portland, Mub
nomali County, Oregon, within
3. I xob F
six months of the date of the
first publication hereof.
Date of first nublication. De­
cember 26, 1919.
Date of Inst publication. Jan
uarv 16, 1920.
H. R. SCHEl’ERMAN,
Guardinn of the person and
estate of Flora J. Gingrich,
"That second resolution may come
insane.
in handy to save my conscience!”
II. P. Ariu-st, Attorney.
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Bristow ■
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and two children, of Wapato,
Wash., are visiting at the home
of Mr. and M rs. Arnold Eggi-
father
Eggiman’s
man. Mrs.
and mother. Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Bristow, are also visiting them.
Charles Tillman has been con
fined to his home, 6221 90th
street, the past few days on ac­
count of illness.
Oxone Oxygen Vapor, Mas
sage, Violet Ray, High Frequen­
cy. Electricity, Vibratory, Spinal
Treatments, Faradie, Organic
Corrective Methods, Super Heat
Cabinet Sweats: free examine
lion; 24 treatments Twenty Doi
lars.— Dr. Jenson, Chiropractor,
(since 1910), 304 Raleigh build
Ing, Washington at 6th; phones
Main 1132 -C1218.
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5919 Ninety-second Street
Lents, Oregon
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Phone: Tabor 7824
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FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Winter goods are now
in , beautiful, serviceable fabrics to choose from. Come in
and select your Winter suit now while the lines are com­
plete. Moderate prices, workmanship guaranteed.
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