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ago. She is survived by her Laats Evangelical Church-Notes.
* Lents M. E. Church
Morning worship at ll.
Preaching service at 11 Ran.
father and mother and a brother
Walter Linn who lives east of by the pastor. N. Shupp, Sub * Bible school at 9:45.
Mrs. Feikert returned to Lents Gilbert.
Epworth League at 6:30.
ject "Isiahs Vision of the Holi
Saturday, after spending the
Evening worship at 7:30 p. IH
lies» of God." Evening sermon
Mrs. W. O. Ash. of 6015 91st at 7 :30,
winter with friends at Corvallis.
Thursday, 7:30 p. m., prayer meet
street, will open a delicatessen
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Harry store on the corner of 91st and Four Looks."
Friday, 8 p. m., choir practice.
Prayer meeting at 8 p. tn.
Moodenbough. of Je n ni n g s the ear line Saturday afternoon. I Thursday.
Lodge. February 3, twin babies. Her announcement appears else-
Bible School at 9:45.
a boy and girl.
where in this issue, I.enLs is in
Young peoples AUianee 4:80. PROFESSIONAL CARDS
At the last of the month at deed fortunate in having such Topic, "A Worth While Life.’
The boys and girls choir ia Tabor 4754
6938 4 92nd 8tr. el
Woodmere school there will be a a convenience and all who have
moving-picture presentation of had the pleasure of sampling the furnishing some stirring music,
delicious viands she prepares Prof Streyfeller is drilling them
DR. C. S. OOSBURY
will be only too glad of an op each Friday at ♦ p. m. These
Mr. »ml Mm. John Shaver, of portunity of buying at her store. | lessons arc free to all who will
The auxiliary of St. Paul’s ¡enter the choir.
moved into the house with R. G. Episcopal church met with Mrs.
Office £Tabor 3814
R m . Tabor i 5224
Wigle on 82nd street.
IL A. White, 6029 90th street,
DR. P. J. O’DONNELL
A new combination steel top
Miss Lola Briggs, of Hepner, Wednesday afternoon.
who is attending Willamette ihe business meeting they took range at cost price, at second ('or. 92d and Foater R>«<l. Lanta, Ore
University. was a week-end up the study of the shorter bible hand -.tore at 0013 02nd street,
guest of Mrs. Clarence Cone. " 'The next meeting of the Guild kee this before you buy.
will he held Wednesday, Feh
DR. A. a. ATWOOD
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Martin ruary 11. at the home of Mrs.
Light Wjrk Wanted.
Anderson, of Damascus. January S. J. Allen, of Woodmere. for
Elderly lady would like nur>
SraCtAI. ATTKXTIOX TO PLAYS»
rnos-R: tahor 6421
28. a girl. Mrs. Anderson is a a social time,
I.unch will be ing or light house work by the
sister of Mrs. Bolina. of Lents. served at noon.
Enquire at 8626
921 «7 Footer Road
6314 «u*<l St., S. E.
Mrs. Fay Smith entertained at
her home on 65th avenue last Chib" met last Tuesday night at
DR. KATHERINE S. MYERS
Tuesday Mrs. W. C. Smith and ¡he
Mrs. W. H. Wood worth and Judge Gatens addressed the club
Five room modern bungalow
in which he discussed the Soren
sen case and the divorce ques-
Do not forget the business tion and religious allegations, i'ranklin high school. 3027 55th
meeting of the ladies of the G. After the addres ss there was a treet S. K. Tabor 5325. jSO 2t. Sai.uso Bvtuiixu
A. R. February 7 at Odd Fel lively discussion, About 60 men
lows hall. Mrs. Doria Tussey were served with lunch.
H. P. ARNEST
Eighteen thoroughbred White Leg
ATTOHNKY AT 1.0
horn pullets; laying; 11.75 each. H.
Two Are Jeweled.
Mrs. Ines Gullicks entertained
A banquet was given
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Dodge Jr., I Tuesday evening by the Odd
Phone: Tabor 2165
of Stuarts station, in honor of '.’ellows in honor of I.. Blaufltx,.
>nts Sta near earline.
P oktland , O r
their second wedding anniver who has been a member of the
Dry slabwood. Call Tabor 3391.
sary. at her apartments in the order for 40 years, also Henry
Moodenbaugli who has been «
Professor Hershner was a member for the past 30 years.
O-.l rs taken for woodsawing
Instructor of Piano
caller at the Herald office Tues Each were presented with a Call T. Kearns. Tabor 406.
Phone Tabor 8645
day afternoon. He states that jewel. Win. Eatchel. another
he is well pleased with the Cres 30 year member was unable to
64th Street. S. E.
ton school and things are mov . tteud on account of sickness.
Good 16in wood at a reason
After addresses and an initii
ing along nicely.
Phone Tabor 5398 k
tion. about 75 sat down to a
G. G. Woodworth has moved table loaded with good things
his family back to their home on ' hat would satisfy the inner
the corner of 58th avenue and man. And it is putting it mild*
85th street. Welcome home is ly the way the pickles and sand-
WHAT DID HE
the greeting extended to them wiches dissapeared.
by their many friends.
Monk — Il
Sv CnrsTRR A G sowik
The foreign missionary meet
Sunday school at 9:45. Good music wouldn’t drown.
ing of the Lents M. E. church
I take a dip.
was postponed till the first Wed
Sabbath worship 11 a. m. This
nesday in March, owing to the will be cradle roll service and the Come
illness of Rev. Sibley who is suf
Still Moving .,.
music and sermon will conform to drown:
fering from an attack of la this service.
Young people’s prayer meeting at
ROSE CITY VAN
On February 12 the ladies of 6:30.
Choir practice Thursday after the
the G. A. R. will hold a silver
The OneWay-Ciuxge Company
tea at the home of Mrs. Alice grayer meeting.
Sunday evening service at 7:30
Wood worth. 6417 84th street.
See U» For. •
Mrs. Martha Drake, patriotic in .-•ith song service till 8 o’clock, when
structor. will have charge of the
WOOD AND COAL
afternoon program. A cordial
Friends Church Notea.
Tub. 1424 D«1
8222 Fo-tcr Rd
invitation is extended to all.
Bible school 9:45 each Sunday. C.
The Woomiere club will meet C. Barker is the able superintendent.
tener than that
C. E. meeting 6:30 p. m. Always
Friday. February 13. for its reg
ular meeting. Unless notice is a good live meeting. Everybody wel
given to the contrary, the meet come.
Church services 11 a. m. and 7:30
ing will be held in W oodmere
hall, at the corner of Wood- p. m. each Sunday.
Prayer meeting and business meet
stock avenue and 77th street.
ing this week on Wednesday at 7:45.'
Is your car a
Mrs. A. R. Marts, of Caldwell. This meeting has been changed to
good hill climb
Idaho, is here for a two weeks Wednesday this week only on account
visit with friends and relatives. of a “Forward Movement” confer
I should say-
so. it even tried
She is stopping with Mr. and ence of Friends to be held in the
going up a tele
Mrs. Ed Boyd 6303 92nd street. First Friends church of Portland
graph pole the
Mrs. Marts was employed at the beginning Thursday evening and last
9436 Foster Rd. Lents, Ore.
Lents Mercantile store prior to ing all day Friday. There is to be
going to Caldwell.
a team of four workers from the east
who will be here to present the dif
Comrade Day and wife enter ferent phases of the forward move
tained a few friends at dinner ment of the Friends churches of
February 2, the occasion being America.
the 75 th birthday of Mr. Day.
Ladies prayer meeting Wednesday
Those enjoying their hospital at 2 p. m. Children’s meeting 3:30
ity were Comrade Tussey and the same day.
wife, and Mrs. Alice Wood-
The- pastor has asked us to make
Comrade Wai rod was Wednesday a special day of fasting ■ ■
unable to be present on account and prayer for the good hand of our ■
of his recent illness.
' God upon us as we consider the
Dr. Calla Cha-lton. a retired problems of the church in the con
doctor of Estacada, spent several ference that begins on Thursday.
Mrs. Nettie Riley, formerly as
days of last week with Mrs. J.
C. McGrew. 8741 56th avenue. sistant pastor of the Second Friends
Mrs. McGrew and Dr. Charlton church and present pastor of the En-
i tiat, Wash., Friends church, has been
are friends of years’ standing,
visiting frie ds in Portland and tak
Mrs. McGrew having been a
ing a much needed rest. We hops
school girl when Dr. Charlton
she will stay with us several days.
was Miss Mary Brown, a teacher
January 25 she filled the pulpit of
in the local school.
Second church in the morning and
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Boys’ Gang Under Ban.
Lents district were ordered Tues
-lay by Acting Chief of Police
John Clnrkr to break up the
operations of a gang of boy»
ranging from 10 to IN years of
age who have been Making
acting chief has been advised
that the bo vs have been smoking
cigarettes, drinking, disregarding
the curfew Inw and Insulting
Arleta Baptist Church.
Sunday nt I a. m. ( haplln
Bronson will »peak on HI»
At 3:30 the first session of
(hr Multnomah County Sunday
School Association, district No.
9. A pot luck lunch from 5:8«)
to 6:80. The Indies will serve
coffee iinii wafers.
Evening service, subject, I he
Ways «if Father,” by th«- pastor
of the church.
The celebrated concert con
tralto will appear in person
in an invitation concert,—
in the Yeager Theatre, 02nd
She will be assisted by “The Phonograph
with a Soul.”
This appearance of the great concert
artist in Lents will be the event of the
season for lovers of good music.
F ree T ickets
Call, write or telephone um for free ticket» of admit
tance. They will be ietued in order of application.
MT. SCOTT DRUG COMPANY, L ents
N inety - second S treet , (near Carline)
and Express Auto Truck ;
Keep Every Part in
Smooth Running Order :■
■ ■ ■
Comer Ninety-first and Carline
Will open SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7.
at 2:00 p. m.
All ladies attending will be served
coffee and sandwiches free.
MRS. W. A. ASH.
Big Loaf of Bread 10c'
Good home-made Cookies, Cakes
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Evans of j of First church in the evening. Lat
Bellingham are visitng at the 1 Sunday she again filled the pulpit of
home of the latter’s sister, Mrs. , Second church in a very satisfactory
J. C. McGrew, and other rein ! way, preaching an v”-to-date mis ■
tivea in Portland. Mrs. Evans sionary sermon.
Rev. Frank Dawson, formerly a ■
was formerly Rose Lent of this
city. Mr. and Mrs. E Veins eii*c member of the Friends church,
looking for a satisfactory busi preached in the evening and Mr. and
ness location and if they do not Mrs. Frank Fisher rendered a duet.
find one here they will go on to Mrs. Fisher, formerly Miss Olive
Ramsay, was a charter member of
the church and was organist at one
Miss Lucy Linn, daughter of time. She with her husband have
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Linn died at been visiting relatives and friends in
the family home at South. Beach. Portland.
Miss Terrell was not able to
Ore., Saturday. January 31st.
after a ligering illness of nearly preach last Sunday and may not be
a year’s duration. Miss Linn next Sunday, but the pulpit will be
lived with her parents near Gil well supplied.
O. M. Tamplin has been in the
bert station for many years,
where she had a host of friends hospital the past week, having had a
who will mourn her loss. She minor operation. He came home
attended the Gilbert school from Monday but suffered a relapse and
which she graduated three years is still sick.
The Lents Delicatessen Shop
Don’t neglect the slightest and appar
ently least important item on your car,
because the entire mechanism is per
fectly co-ordinated one and each part
depends on every other part. That is
why you should employ us regularly
to see that your car maintains effi
ciency. It’s good business!
AXEL KILDAHL, Proprietor
8919 Foster Road
and other Pastries always make
a hit with husband and the kid
dies, and they are tickled when
you get them at
Mt. Scott Bakery
Cor. 92d and Foster Road
J. ROSENAU, Proprietor
Special - Prices
On Ladie’s and Gentlemen’s Suita. Call
and inspect the beautiful new patterns to
choose from while the lines are complete.
=JOHN MANZ =