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AUTHORITIES SAY STORE
BUILDINGS MUST COME
BACK TO PROPERTY LINE
LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1920
SWITZERLAND TO GET CAPITAL OF VORARLBERG
VOL. XVin. No. 6
MR AND MRS. COONRADT
Miss Lunn has been substitut
LENTS SCHOOL NOTES
ing in Mis« Bessie Saraley’s
room in 1^-nts school for several
Mr . and Mrs. Coonradt of
Miss Parsley has been
5004 85th street, received about -
confined to her home at 788
¡75 of their friends at their home
East YamhiH street on account
'Saturday afternoon and evening,
the occasion being their 50th
Miss Anna Meagher, formerly wedding anniversary. Mr. and
of the Lent» school, has been Mrs. Coonradt were married in
transferred at her own request Kansas City February I
where they resided five years,
to the Rose Citv Park school.
M iss Loretta Chapman, who going from there to Minnesota
had been unable because of ill- where Mr. Coonradt was a build
Hess to hold her classes for sev ing contractor, making their
eral days, returned her work
The rod tup«* preliminary to build
ing the sidewalk* on 92nd street haw
not all be n unwound yet. Just what
ha* been cuusing the delay since the
city acquired title to the sidewalk
areu from the coUaty la nut known
outside the eity hall, It was sta usi
that estimate* would be filed this
week and bids would be advertised
for within a very short time, in
view of the fact that nearly a year
has elapsed since the walk i were pe
titioned for it would appear thut
some actual construction work I*
Professor B. E. Hughson, who
Surveyors from the city engineer*»
cant«* from the Holliday school
office were checking up on the prop
to the Ix-nts schu.'d. says that he
erty lines along 92nd street north of
has found the school in n well-
Foster load lost week in connection
organized condition; that there.'
with the aldewalk. According to the
is a splendid corps of teachers;
officials the survey shows that the
that the community feeling is
Hashim building, corner of Foster
fine, and that no school in the
rood and 92nd street, sets out 10 feet
|<itv has *.o many bBys’ and girls’
too far, and Katxky’s store projects
two feet over the line, both of which
Tills photograph shows sn airplane view of F'lldklrch, the capital of th« province of Vorarlberg. Austria, which
they insist must be removed. It wa*
C following changes have
stated that building of the sidewalks Is to be ceded to 8« Itzerhind.
marie in the upper grades:
would not t*e held up on th!* account,
Absher, 8b; Mian Alton. 8a,
FIVE POINT CLUB HELD
JAMES HARMON McLIN
Dickey, 7n; Miss Mensies.
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ENTERTAINED BY SONGS
T wo new teachers ha vc
Commisrioner Pier states that the
added to the faculty, Mrs.
city has virtually decided to purchuse
am! Miss Steinberg, M rs.
The Five Point Club met last
the site on 72nd street for a park
assigned to 6b and home there for 35 years, They
James Harmon Mcl.in, of
and playground for the Mt. Scott
came to Lenta ten years ago
to the 6a.
district, and that »Up* toward at
have resided here since,
quiring the tract will probably be the auspices of the Ix-nt* Parent- 70th street. Those present in St. Vincent'» hospital January
have four children and
31, 1920. after a three months*
taken within the next two or three
12 grandchildren. One daugh-
“Babe” Thomas, the star ba *- ter, Mrs. C. Grover and one ion,
Hope of the Nation." Mrs. Harvey nedy, Mrs. Della Yo rk. M rs. received in a runaway last sum
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ketball forward. has been sick ID. H. Coonradt, of Minneapolis
mer. The funeral service
Grading on 56lh avenue between
with the smallpox but hopes to were here to help celebrate the
72nd and»77lh streets is being car Kcho McCord, sang "Love’« Old W. H. Sweet. Mr. Clyde Sager, held at Kenworthy's chapel Feb-
be at school next Monday.
ried toward completion. The width
ruary 3 at 2:30 p. ni., the Rev.
They are members of the
of the street is 20 font and that oi munity singing. Mr*. E. A. Droste, Boon. Mr*. Edith Wester, Mrs. E. \. Smith officiating.
The basketball game wth Lin
M. E. church and G. A. R.
Etta Chisholm, Mrs. F. (). Mc
the |>arking is nine feet, while the
Mrs. E. A. Kenworthy and coln high han been postponed
of the G. A. R.. Mr.
sidewalk is of the usual
Mrs. Herbert Orton sang "The indefinitely, presumably on ac
D. Ingalls. Mrs. Walter Sanders, Beautiful City,” “Some Day the count of illness among the play Coonradt having served with a
sidewalks and the curbs are already meeting.
Wisconsin and New York regi
Miss Steams enumerated a* some Mrs. Lvdia Campbell. Mrs. Nel Silver Cord Will Break,” an.l
in and hardened. »
ment in 1864-65.
of the great problem* to be nettled li. Kntzkv. Mrs. C. W. Hurt!. “Refuge.”
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Professor George Love, the mable people have many friends
On 72nd street from Fouler road by the people of this country, the Mrs. C. P. McGrew, Mrs. T. C.
Interment was at Mt. Scott
to 61st avenue the city water de labor question, the land question, the Connell, Miss Dittmer. Mrs. E. I Park cemetery, where the many dancing instructor, announces who felicitate them on the happy
out-o f-t o w n
partment is having laid an eight race question ami national prohibi A. Droste. Mrs. M. E. Jones and I beautiful flora) tributes liglit- that beginning next Saturday occasion.
Mrs. Hankin, and the following |ened the gloom of the closing
inch, cast iron water pipe which will
The labor question she said was children: Esther McGrew, Ray
ter of Minneapolis, and Mr. and
replace the old four-inch wooden one
now in use. This is preparatory to far from settled at the present time, mond McGrew, Frances Droste
Mr. McLin was an Oregon sons will be given for $3 if the Mrs. F. R. Wheldon and daugh
the bard surfacing of 72ud street.
anti Arthur Stearns.
¡pioneer, his birth having oc- course is paid for in advance, ter, Jean of Vancouver.
ences between employer» and em
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.curred in 1852 on the old home otherwise 35 centw per dance
ployes as evidence. She maintained BLUE BIRD SEWING CLUB
W E. GOGGINS WILL
The city is installing the lights
donation claim near Cornelius. will be charged.
that the ultimate solution of the
MET WITH MRS. DROSTE Washington county.
REMAIN IN LENTS.
lately petitioned for in the Woodmere
A new club, the Franklin
widespread dissatisfaction and unrest
district, one being placed at the cor
now extant must come about through
ner of 77th street and 59th avenue.
The Lents .school sewing club stable. of the pioneer Constable formed by students taking two
W. E. Goggins who has been
the meeting of employers and em
Other lights are in process of in
at the home of Mrs. E. A. family, who had a donation or more commercial subjects. A in business in Lents for the past
ployes in conference, talking over
their differences and making mutual Droste, 9409 57th avenue, last claim north of what is now constitution has been drawn up 10 years has disposed of his
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and ratified by the students. The entire stock of shoes and gents
concessions. There is a tendency to Monday at 3:30 p. m. The club lOrenco.
The measurements for improve- i demand government ownersliip of is called the Blue Bird Sewing
Mr. McLin is survived by his following officers have been furnishings, and was thinking of
ments on 72nd street, to be com- | such Industrie» as coal mining, coal Club. Its personnel is as fol- widow, Mrs. Drusilla McLin; his elected :
Amata, folding his little tent and seek
pleted* by May 5, are as follows: I to be mined and sold at cost, thus low»:
Myrtle president ; Bertha Schumacher. ing pastures anew in California,
Center strip, hard surfaced, 25 feet;. eliminating the paying of a profit
Griffith. Mrs. Minnie Bill and vice president; Orville Johnston, but after visiting the old fire
Gladys Allen, 6b.
side strips, macadamised, five and a for a necessity which nature placed
Mrs. Agathn Gibson, all of treasurer; Helen North, editor; aparatus of which he is chief,
Carrie M. Bohna, 5a.
half feet; space from curb to prop in the earth for the benefit of all
Portland, and Mrs. Grace Han- Errol Kingsley, sergeant-at-arms, he lost heart and has relented
June Burton, Sb.
erty line, 12 feet, with park three mankind instead of a comparatively
dibo, of»Dunsmere. Cal.; three and Mildred Anderson, a Lents and the environments of Lents
Gladys Galloway, 5b.
and a half feet. The total width of few coal barons.
grandchildren; one brother. Wil girl, secretary. The purpose of and will reopen his establish
Marie Henry, 5a.
the street from curb to curb is to bp
liam. of Puyallup. Wash., and the club is to further the inter ment at the old stand just as
Anita Henry, 6a.
The problem of land is one of get
36 feet. The contract has been let ting the idle lands under cultivation
two sisters. Mrs. Martha Emer ests of the commercial depart soon as he has the building re
Nellie Hildreth, 5b.
to the Cochran Brothers, of Portland. —making the vast uncultivated areas
ick, of Hillsboro, and Mrs. Ella ment by giving dances, one of modeled and repainted, He will
Annie Howell. 5a.
Rowen. of Rockwood. Mr. Mc which is to be given on Friday, open with a new
Martha Jones, 5a.
pi-oduce food. Only 55 per cent of
i and up-to-
Lin was for most of his life a February 13; also by permitting date stock of shoes and other
ENGAGEMENT OF MISS
Gladys Julian. 5b.
the land of the United States is pro
farmer, but during the last 13 the good-looking secretary to dodads of w-hich the men folks
Julia I.cfebre. 5a.
SMOKE IS ANNOUNCED ducing ut the Resent time, the re
years he was engaged in car- collect the sum of 25 cents from are fond of wearing. The many
I maining 45 per cent txyng left idle
Thelma Littlefield, 5b.
penter work in Portland.
Amelin Mnnashe, 5a.
each member every term. The friends of Mr. Goggins will be
The engagement of Miss Lu by speculators. She cited instances
constitution has been circulated glad to learn that he will remain
cinda Smoke to Amos B. John
Farmers* Week Feb. 9 to 14
Clara Russell, 6a.
among the students and those in our midst and all wish him
son, of Lebanon, was announced and California not an inch of which
Wanda Sleeper, 5a.
Farmers’ week 'will be held at wishing to become members success.
at n surprise linen shower given is under cultivation by the wealthy
owners. She advocated some sort of
Marie Wiedenmann, 6b.
Gresham from February 9 to 14. signed.
nt her home on 94th street Mon
taxation on idle lands which would
The program will include dis
G. B. R.
Shadow Social at Gilbert
day evening. February 2.
compel owners to cultivate them or
Mrs. Droste is local leader, cussions on dairying, fertilizing,
She received many beautiful
The P.-T. A. of Gilbert school
dispose of them to people who would. Loree Rayburn is president, Ani agriculture, poultry raising and SURPRISE STORK PARTY
presents. Many pretty songs
will hold a Shadow 'social in the
There are many divisions of the land ta Henry is vice-president and horticulture by competent speak
were sung during the evening,
of the school house
question, such as bringing the price»
On Saturday, the 14th.
accompanied by Miss Ellen An of farm lands within reach of people Gladys Allen is secretary.
Friday evening, February 13.
there will be a special program,
derson nt the piano.
A most pleasant surprise stork All the ladies are rer>»ested to
who desire to become farmers, mak
and to this ladies are especially party was given Tuesday after bring lunch for two. The shad
The pleasant evening was I ing country life attractive, etc.
Robert E. Wise ami Marguer- invited.
It is announced that
closed with refreshments, Those
The i ace question concerns prin ette Corteux were married Sat valuable prize«* donated by Ore noon for Mrs. Evalyn Adamson ows will be sold at auction. The
who enjoyed the occasion with cipally the Negroes of the south and
and Mrs. Blanche Leach at the I P.-T. A. will serve coffee free
Miss Smoke were tin-
the Misses the Japanese and Chinese of the urday, January 81, at the Bap gon manufacturers will be given home of Mrs. Adamson's mother, to all those who sell their shad-
I.iilii u, Mildren and Irene coast. She docs not believe in or tist parsonage. Rev. E. A. Smith to the Fair sex.
Mrs. Anna Hyland of 85th street. OWB. A short program will be
Anderson, Florence L'rfi-r, Ruth advocate the mixing of the races but officiating. The wedding was a
Instead of the customary dainty . given before the shadows are
Peters, Viola Yost; Mesdames declared the black race should be quiet affair with only the par Heiman Seeks Health in Arizona articles of clothing which go to sold, and after lunch, there will
ents of the contracting parties
Andrew Heiman, accompanied make up a babv’s layette, a sum be an hour for plavinir games.
J. A. Stokes. 11. B. Yost. Katie given justice—something they are not
and one friend being present.
getting at the present time. She The young couple will immedi by his father and .mother. Mr. of money was given the young
Emmerson, A. R. Marts, of < aid mentioned a number of instances of
and Mrs. A. Heiman, of the women that they might do their Mrs. Seidel to Speak at Library.
well. Idaho; E. L. Boyd and J. loynlty and bravery exhibited .by Ne ately make their home on Sagi Portnomah Dairy, left Sunday choosing. An enjoyable after
naw Heights, near 43rd avenue. for Pheonix, Arizona, in search
groes during the late war which
noon was spent and a delicious crowded hall which greeted her
of a climate that will benefit
proved their worth as citixens.
Former Mt. Scott Girl Married his health. Mr. Heiman is well luncheon served by the hostess. at her first talk, last week, In
SURPRISE PARTY GIVEN
National prohibition she believes
¡Those attending were:
Mrs. the Albina branch library, Mrs.
Misa Jeanette Pound, sister of Mrs.
IN HONCR OF MISS RATER has not yet come to stay, as she does O. H. Gilbert, of 4928 71st street, known in Lents and vicinity, 'Minnie Kline and little son, Mrs. Allen Seidel of Powell Valley
having been associated with his
not believe the necessary number of
and Harry Wood were united in father in the dairy business for Blackman and two children. Mrs. road and Buckley» avenue, will
state» will ratify the act when it
marriage last Saturday evening at 7 a number of years. His many |E. D. Martin and baby, Mrs. continue a series of addresses in
comes to a referendum. Ohio has
o’clock in Vancouver, where each is friends will learn with regret Schulze and little daughters branch libraries, the next of
already defeated it and the question
engaged in business, Mrs. Wood be that his health was-such that it i Nellie and Fern, Mrs. Leach and which will be in Lents branch.
will come up to be voted upon in a
ing a teacher in the Vancouver necessitated a change of climate, ¡sons Ira and Elmer, Mrs. Perry Friday evening at 8 o’clock.
number of other states this fall.
Mrs. E. kildahl, Mrs. McGinnis. She will speak in Arleta branch.
schools and Mr. Wood a railroad em
and the best wishes of all go ¡Mrs. Nellie Rains, Mrs. Ellis
She advocated motion picture ma
ploye there. The happy event came
with him. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hei ¡Morse, Mrs. Sarah Davis. Mrs.
chines for the schools, to be used for
Mrs. Seidel has
as something of a surprise to the
man will visit a few weeks in L. R. Minott. Mrs. Norene. Mrs.
community entertainment and educa
family and friends of Mrs. Wood, al
built up a model poultry farm,
tion at cost, and closed with a plea
California before returning.
i E. E. Hatter and little grandson. and wi|l tell the mistakes she
though her engagement to Mr. Wood
for better mental, moral and physical
¡Mrs. Evalyn Adamson and the made and the innovations which
had been informally announced some
training for the children that they
Several serious cases of in- hostess.
time ago. Mrs. Jeannette Pound-
she found to be money savers in
may b' equipped to cope with the
Wood is known in the Millard avenue fluenxa are reported in the dis
the business of making poultry
proble4NT*that we of thia generation
Mrs. Alice Woodworth, who
trict but so far no deaths have
and Arleta neighborhoods.
will be unable to solve.
occurred. It is hoped that the has been staying at the home of
Woodmere school boys are
Mrs. F. A. Bie.l is visiting in disease may be held in check her son, W. H. Woodworth, re
Mrs. Saylor is quite ill at her definitely with Mrs. O. S. Wor until warm weather again comes turned to her home last Sunday, getting their baseball nine into
her hand being much improved. trim.
den, of 5821 83rd street.
to the rescue.
I home nt 7128 83rd street.