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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1920)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL spend about three weeks visit
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Ilownnl Gardner is taking Mr.
son. of Gammon Acres, Sunday, Egginian's place in the meat
January 25. a boy.
market during his absence.
A Clean Little Shop
where you can get honest-to-goodness
home cooked eats, such as a pan of
Baked Beans, Macaroni and Cheese,
Veal Loaf, a Home-made Cake, or Pie,
Gome in and get a Wholesome Lunch
served to you.
Hamilton's Store Building
R«. Talior : 5221
DR. P. J. O’DONNELL
I’or. 92d and Foster Road.
DR. A. G. ATWOOD
Our new Boxes have
arrived and we are
now ready to serve
you with Boxes.
$2.50 per year and up
Multnomah State B?«k
SI'RCIAL ATTKNTtOX TO CI.ATRM
PROMS: TIHOK tM'JI
6314 H-M St , 8 K
921 >7 Foster R«>s«l
DR. KATHERINE S. MYERS
S sllinb Bru j > isu
Big Loaf of BreadlOc
*rtOKN«Y AT LAW
59401% Ninety-Fecund Street
Phone: Tslmr 2166
tx-nts Sta. near carline. P oktlaxd , O r .
Good home-made Cookies, Cakes
and other Pastries always make
a hit with hush, nd and the kid-
Mt. Scott Bakery
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fa] i «HMIHHNWWI
J. ROSENAU, Proprietor
Cor. 92d and Foster Road
Still Moving .. .•
ROSE CITY VAN
The One-way-Charge Company
Special - Prices
See Us For . . .
WOOD AND COAL
On Ladie’s and Gentlemen’s Suits. Call
and inspect the beautiful new patterns to
choose from while the lines are complete.
When You Want to Move
Call Tabor 7707
and Erpress Auto Truck ;
No, the War Hasn’t
I ¡[Everything for Your
Baking Needs -
made bread, biscuit
and cookie« alway» make a
“hit” with husband« and
Good 16:n wood at a reason J 943d Foster Rd. Lents,’Ore. [
Phone Tabor 5398 Mswor«» mnsMMMsim untusawiMU 2
DR. C. S. OGSBURY
Lents is Going to Have a
Sunday school at 9:45. First
class music and classes for all
sorts of |M-«>ple.
ship at II a, m. A children’s
choir will lie a feature of the
service. The Lord's supper will
Young people’s prayer meet
ing at 6:31). Leader, Mr. Fran-
Mrs. 1. F. Coffman i» out again
after a short i lines*.
Song service at 7:80, A la-
and male quartette
Fay Smith has recently joined the «lies’ chorus
v ill be outstanding features. '
working force at the Lents garage.
Pastor's evening theme will be
Lenta M. E. Church
"The Divine Purpose.”
Morning worship at 11.
Choir practice Friday evening.
Bible school at 9:45.
Epworth I .eague at 6:30.
Evening worship at 7:30 P- m. PROFESSIONAL CARDS
Thursday. 7:30 p. m.. prayer meet
5936V% 92nd Street
Friday. 8 p. m„ choir practice.
Mrs. Hattie Yott
The genial face of Mrs. W. C.
last week from a business trip Smith. 6408 84th street, is again
wreathed in amilea. Mrs. Smith re-
up the Willamette valley.
eently returned home from her east
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Clif ern trip after being away for nearly
ford Young of Sycamore station, four months. She passed about three
Thursday. January 22, a boy. months at Decatur, visiting relatives
James H. McKibben, of 85th and friends, and while there she w»s
street ami Gilbert road, bought in the "tail end" of a cyclone. After
a new Dort last Saturday from leaving Decatur she went to Okla
homa City and while in that city
the Lents Garage.
Ivid a severe shaking up in an auto
Dr. Nelson has now practic wreck, but escaped with no other
ally recovered from his recent damage. On her way home, after
attack of pneumonia and has re reaching eastern Oregon her tiain
sumed his practice.
was delayed ten hours by a wash out.
But regardless of all mishaps Mrs.
Mr*. Frank Coulter returned
Smith reports a fine trip, but is glad
Tuesday morning from a trip to be back in her Portland home
to California where she has once more.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
been visiting relatives.
Preaching service by the pastor at
Reuben Wilson Post. Shiloh Circle.
The Five Point CJulj ULnieet
Indies of the G. A. R., and the Re 11a. m.
with Mrs. Hankin. 4721 70th
Junior Y. P. A. at 3 p. m.
bekahs were represented at a gath
street. Tuesilay. February S. All
Young p«mple*s meeting 6:30 p. in.
ering at the homj of Mrs. Margaret
members are urged to be present.
Preaching service 7:30 p. m.
Hummel on January 15 to bid Mrs.
Prayer meeting Thursday at 8
Mrs. Ines Gullicks and mother. Hummel Godspeed on her journey,
Mrs. Kate M. Wagner, spent the as she expected to leave for Cali P* m.
week end with Mrs. 1 . A. Dodge fornia on the 20, but her trip has
Third Reformed Church.
of Forest Grove. '1 hey went on been indefinitely postponed, by the
will be no services at
Friday and returned Monday.
the Third Reformed church Sun
Mrs. Alice Woodworth recently had day morning. In the evening,
Roy Kerr has been absent
from his business in tile Square the misfortune to catch her hand in the pastor Ilcv. A. F. Lienkaem-
Deal Candy store the past week a door, bruising three of her fin per, will use for his subject.
on accont of a «cvere cold and gers badly. Several stitches had to "The God of Today.
be taken in the second finger. It be welcomt* is extend« d to all.
ing her right hand she is staying
Mrs. J. C. Howe, «02« 82nd with her son, W. H. Woodworth, un
Oxone Oxygen Vapor, Mai
street, left Saturday
morning til her hand is so it can be of use
tage, Violet Ray, High Frequen
for an extended visit with rela to her.
cy. Electricity. Vibratory, Spinal
tives in Los Angeles. She will
Treatments. Faradic. Organic
stop a few days in Medford and
Corrective Methods. Super Heat
February 7. Mrs. Docia Tussey is Cabinet .Sweats: free examina
Frank Coulter had his new the piesiding officer for the coming tion; 24 treatments Twenty Dol
Baby Grand Chevrolet out for year. She is a “live wire” so we lars.—Dr. Jenson, Chiropractor,
exercise Wednesday afternoon. expect there will be things doing by [since 1910 904 R.dcigh buihl
Mr Coulter had his order placed these ladies under her leadership. mg. Washington at 6th ; phones
for the car last June and only Watch the paper for announcements. Main 1132—C1216.
received it this week.
Mrs. C. E. Tillman entertained
Following the downpour of Mrs. Florence Freeman, of Sellwood,
Five room modern bungalow
rain last Saturday and Sunday- and* Mrs. Ida Clarke, who has re
with large attic; 1 block from
Johnson creek went out of its cently moved back to Lents after
Franklin high school, 3027 55th
banks at the Junction Monday a two years’ absence, at her home 'treet S. E. Tabor 5325. j30 2t.
and flooded several hundred at 6221 90th street, last Friday.
acres north and east of Lents
Clarence Tillman, accompanied by
Eighteen thoroughbred White Leg
Bert Howitt, arrived home Sunday. horn pullets; laying; $1.75 each. H.
will January- 18, from Philadelphia, where Klinke. Gates road. Belrose station.
meet the first Wednesday in they went by way of the Panama
All members arc canal, sailing December 5.
MT. SCOTT Fl RMTl RE
urged to be present. There will
be a short business session fol
Mrs. J. H. L. Maybee is very ill
Furniture repaired, refinished and
lowed by a general good time vith severe throat trouble at her upholstered. Bring in your broken
and a feed.
home, 9005 63rd avenue. At this furniture. L. G. Jones, Woodstock
writing she is somewhat improved.
avenue, bet. 92nd and 93rd streets.
Tom Kreuder. son of Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Kreuder. had the mis
Miss Vivian Clarke* and Earl Ed
fortune to break his arm ami vards were married in Vancouver
wrist in three places Wednesday 'ast Saturday evening. They are
Dry slabwood. Call Tabor 3391.
while cranking the delivery auto making their home in Lents.
of the Lents Mercantile Co. He
Pomona Grange will be held at
was taken to Good Samaritan
Evening Star Grange hall on the
Hospital where the fracture was
third Wednesday in March. This
O-.l rs taken for woodsawing
will be an important meeting.
Call Ï. Kearns. Tabor 406.
Mrs. J. C. McGrew has been
Mrs. Goedeck, of east Gilbert road,
ill for the past week at her re
underwent an operation at Good Sa
Five-room furnished house. Owner
sidence 8741 56th avenue. Her
maritan hospital last week. At last wishes to reserve one room; inquire
many friends will regret to learn
■eport she was doing nicely.
at 3729 67th St. S. E.t between Mt.
that she is suffering from a gen
Clarence Tillman finished painting Scott and Hawthorne car lines, two
eral nervous break down requir
ing the attendance of a phy the floor and woodwork in Mrs. Gul- blocks south of Powell Valley road.
Mrs. A. R. Rogers.
liks’ millinery store this week.
Miss Pearl Woodworth, daughter
Arnold F.ggiman and wife and
little daughter started for Los of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Woodworth,
Angeles Sunday, where they will i has been on the sick list.
Baptist Church Notes.
Miss Mari« Chapman mad«* a
flying business trip to Albany
the latter part of last week aini
completed arrangement to take
over a class of 58 pupils. Sh«‘
will be in her studio in the Her
aid building Monday ami Tues
day nnil in Albany, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday.
And they’re tic
kled when you bake a
If you are not getting
as good results as you
would like to have, why
it’s just the new tire that cost a bunch
of money blowing out miles from no
where. But never mind—stop worry
ing, Mr. Motorist. Our tire vulcaniz
ing will fix you up in great shape.
We’ll save you money and make your
tire better than ever.
■ C ol Ninety-first St., and Carline Ü
AXEL KU.DAHL, Proprietor
8919 Foster Road
not consult with ui about the
flour you are uiing
Wehave handled many
different brands of flour
and meal and know just
which are giving the best utc
faction We invite you to
profit by ourexpcrieuce.
Telephone Orders Given Prompt Attention
Lents Mercantile Co.
Phohe: Tabor 1141
5805 92nd St