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LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1920
VOL. xvm. No. 7
MENTAL CULTURE CLUB
MISS BLUMAUR MEETS
FUNERAL SERVICE FOR
HOLD ANNUAL SCHOLAR
WITH LENTS TEACHERS
ANDREW HEIMAN TO BE
HELD SATURDAY 1 P. M.
SHIP FUND MEETING.
, Mis* Blumaur met Friday the
The residents of Lents and
6th with the Lents teacher* at
The Mt. Scott Mental Culture
noon and presented to them an vicinity were grieved to hear club recently held its annual
elaborate «ystem for cncourag that Andrew Heimau died short scholarship-loan-fund meeting at
personal hygiene among the ly after his arrival in Phoenix, the home of Mr*. Sayler Smith,
The following is a letter written to Richard and Dorothy Hess, children of Dr. ing
During a 15 Arixona, last week, where he I 533 Marguritte avenue, at which
and Mrs. 0. A. Hess, by Crawford Morris, telling of a visit to Fort Bliss, Texas. • Mr. week»’ course the boys and girls went in search af climatic con Miss Lutie Stearns, the Wiscon
which would benefit his
sin librarian, lecturer and child
Morris visited Dr. and Mrs. Hess last summer and with them visited Mt. Hood. The arc encouraged to comply step ditions
¡by step with the requirements health, after suffering two years welfare worker, gave "A Spin
scenery of this beautiful trip impressed Mr. Morris greatly and he wrote a letter to ¡till they have won first a certifi with tubcrculosi*. M r. Heiman sters Soliloquy.” Other numbers
cate with rank of page, a but was born on the ranch east of on the program included a violin
Dr. and Mrs. Hess expressing his appreciation.
ton with rank of squire and a Lent* May 25, 1893, and ehas solo. Bernice Helm, a piano solo
I next performed, one was white inapM and Murveyiug instruments,
i bannerette with rank of knight. lived there continuously, He at- by Miss Mount accompanied by
you mil the other wax black, and the while another part of the engin I The certifications of their hav tended the Gilbert school and A. G. Jackson; and the presenta
! black did mo much better than eer* display had light pontoon
ing performed all the scheduled after graduating there attended tion of the scholarship loan
llie white fellows, that they car equipment and a pack demoli
duties are to be made by the Behnke-Walker Business college fund work by Mr*. J. J. Hand-
ried off tin- prize. They were tion outfit.
The teachers are at Five years ago he married Mi*» saker. The committee on re
la'uriiing that there Wftl a big as funny a» could be, fur you
liberty to use their own judg Olive Battin. and to them were
time book« »I al Fort Illis* for know how n negro will show off showed tractors, wire carta, rad ment about adopting the system. bom two children, the first one freshments included Mesdames
F. N. Dobbs, S. F. Ball and Say
dio motorcycle* and mo unteti
this afternoon. 1 hail an early when he get* the opportunity.
Miss Blumauer stated that L«ents passing away shortly after birth, ler Smith. They were assisted
dinner, ami went out to enjoy
school last * vear made a better and Jean, four months old baby. in the serving by Mesdames
they gave n gas innsk drill which part where the beautiful carrier
showing than any other school in Besides his wife and baby he is Fredric Armstrong, Roy Arm
whatever might conic off.
was ino*4 interesting, then fol pigeon played their part.
matter of hvgeine culture. survived by
lowed the hospital corp* with
The base l»ospital display in
A. Heiman strong and Miss Helen Smith;
Prof. Hughson is interested in
its interesting work in the field. terested me more than any other
and Fred. with Mesdames Jean McLoney
anything that will stimulate
and Geo. E. Rogers as the tea
The most interesting of all the for it contained an operating
progressiveness among the child The bodv was shipped from table.
; .(tints was the one pulled off by room, x-ray outfit, laboratory,
ren. he believes that it is better Phoenix and funeral services
This meeting was one of the
¡tile engineers who gave a good dental outfit and specimen ward.
for a child to go home from will be held Saturday at 1. p. m. most important of the year as its
I demonstration of what they had
school in the evening with •* in
with it* perfect equipment, then
Ito do under fire.
Interment will be in activities were directed toward
friendly feeling toward educa parlors.
the increasing of the scholar
There were two machine gun the ambulance .company had its
tion than for him to be crammed Mt. Scott Park Cemetery.
ship-loan fund which the fed
nests located opposite to where dressing station and amltulancc
full of drv-as-dust facts. And BOY FATALLY SHOT
erated clubs of Oregon are
pile demonstration was held, and train. The air service showed
the professor is glad to encour
'they kept up ajrapi«! fire during one plane with bombs, guns, ra
DIES AT HOSPITAL. maintaining. The purpose of se
age anything that is really con
curing the fund is to advance
I the whole of the Work.
dio, photo, map making and tel
ductive to this friendly feeling.
without interest to wor-
In less time than it take*» to
John W. Huskey Jr., 9-year-
women who wish to
tell it, the engineer corp* drove ply office allowed three types Hol mes who says “The great old son of Mr. and Mrs. John
out to the proper placegunload
thing in this world is not so W. Huskey, 6528 94th street, young women borrow the money
- d. built a bridge, drove their plant, field range* and to
much where we stand as in was accidentally shot and fa with the understanding that they
In the motor transport depart
Henins over and had ull their men
what direction we are moving.” tally wounded by a .22 rifle in are to pay it back when they
'over before the enemy could ment they had one of each kind
which the hands of a companion, Nor
■■each it, ami just as the enemy of vehicle used. In the motor makes the personal hvgeine ns Collins, aged 12, of 9748 67th get to work after college. On
cavalry reached the approach to trans|M>rt general depot they had movement among school child- avenue Sunday afternoon at 1 January 1. 1920, the fund since
its beginning amounted to $9,856.
¡the bridge, it was blown up in in operation a 250 ton tire press ?en a matter of grave concern o’clock.
The boy died at the Good 43. The total amounts loaned
s that about one-third of the
have run up to $24,158.53. By
or straining ulting and looked for all the
young men who were examined Samaritan hospital about 5:45 reason of the money which is re
what is going
for army service during the late o’clock the same evening,
play, they had one kind of each
las 1 could judge.
The two boys and Guy Col- turned by the young women the
war were physically unfit. Many
fund is kept floating, so that
In the center of the ampi
were found who’did not breathe lins, a brother of Norris, i had while more has been loaned than
scat theatre there arc two good sixed
properly, and many others were started for the woods for a
In the ordinance department discovered to be lacking in hunting trip at the time the ac is actually in the present treas
and hills, and it sure wa* exciting to
shooting occurred. ury, there is a constant usable
ec the tunics climb them, all gut they had the ordinance material other physicle virtues.
They had stopped to wait for a fund. Loans have been made to
over and down the other side
fourth boy not far from the Hus 209 young women. 104 of whom
■afely except two and they turn-
The Artisan lodge will hold key home at the time of the have paid in full. Some of the
id turtle when they got too near lery displays, also one combina
its regular social evening at the shooting. While they were wait schools to which these young
I I k - edge of tile hill and started
women have been thus enabled
lo slide. None of the drivers teamsters school they exhibited home of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hus ing the rifle was accidentally
go to include the State Nor
were hurt, and I really think it one four-line team hitched to an ton, 8721 Foster road on the discharged by Norris Collins.
the University of Oregon,
(was part of the performance, for
evening of February 18.
Artisans are cordially invited to facing the opposite direction the Oregon Agricultural college
from the Huskey boy at the and
time the gun went off. accord schools. The state scholarship
Mrs. Cora May Buckley.
ing to a report made by Motor loan board is composed of the
Patrolman Ingle, who president, Mrs. Fredrick Eggert,
Cora May Buckley was born cycle
and nine members. If a loan fs
April 3 1890, in
the young woman makes
M o. She was the daughter of • The bullet struck the boy in application to Mrs. Eggert, pre
Robert and Sarah Nicks. She the abdomen, causing a fatal senting references in behalf of
spent the first 18 years of her wound.
John was born in Alberta Can- her steadfastness of purpose,
life in Missouri, where she was
June 10. 1910, he was a general worth and so on. Mrs.
well known and greatly beloved
of the 4b class in the Eggert then presents the appli
for her gentle and sunny dis
cation to the board which as
position she was brought up in local school -»nd a good dependa sures themselves of the quality
the Christian church. She came
of the risk before making the
to Oregon on July 5. 1909, and were conducted Monday at 4:80 loan.
was married to Cleveland H. p. m. .in Kenworthy’s chapel,
Buckley July 5. 1911. She re Rev. Shupp officiating, A num- VAILS MARKET SOLD
sided in Portland until 1915 her of the school children attend
TO MATHIS A RIGGS.
when she moved to a farm near ing. The body was shipped to
Lyle, Wash., residing there for
Vail’s Market was sold Wed
four years, and returned to Port burial. Mrs. Huskey who was
by Mr. and Mrs. Harry
land about six weeks ago. Mrs.
Tanks hauling one of the hulhling. of the hase hospital at Fort Blls*. The base, which wa* moved to a loca Buckley was ill only one week, accident is improving slowly.
Vail to Mathis & Riggs of Port
tion nome distance away, Is one of the most complete In the United States.
death being due to pneumonia. Celebrate* Hi* 80th Birthday. land. The new firm took pos
session this (Friday) morning,
While her suffering was great
E. A. Hamlin, of 7427 64th
till.'irv, pack trains, nmlmlanc* is soon as they toppled over the
In the educational department, she bore it patiently and uncom nvenue who was a member of and the Herald extends a wel
other taliks came to the rescue, including
and the tnnks.
training plainingly .and was conscious to the 92nd Regt. N. Y. Volunteers, come into the business circle of
After th«- parade. each depart and lifted them up right side they had suitable exhibits show the last. Besides her husband, 61 to 65. in the war of the Great Lents.
Mr. and Mrs. Vail have been
ment represented gave an exhibi with care.
ing machinery, equipment, fab she leaves her mother, Mrs. Rebellion and now a member of
The moving picture man was rication and development of the [John Erb, and her sister. Mrs. Reuber Wilson Post. Grand Army in business here for three years
tion drill maneuver.
The cavalry was th«- first to very much in evidence, ami I various classes in elementry en- Burt Masrum of this city; her of the Republic, celebrated his and have during that time built
show off. ami to me it was per judge lie obtained some very glish, grammar school courses father .Robert A. Nicks of Leb- 80th birthday, February 9. 1920 a very modest business into one
fectly wonderful how well their good pliotoa, as the sun was and civil service. High school anon, Mo., and her brothers. There were twenty memliers of averaging in sales last year
horstts were trained.
All the about right and the air clear courses and modern languages, Porter Nicks, of Fairfield, la., his post and of the Ladies of the nearly $40.000. Their decision
while they were drilling, other
When I said Fort Bliss is the shorthand
typewrit i n g . and Scott
Nicks, of Miami, G. A. R. present, and all enjoy to leave will be learned with re
riders wcro showing how to con best equipped in tin- country, I schools of commerce and of Okla., and her aunt Mrs. A. L. ed a sumptuous repast and a gret by their many friends.
trol horses, by making them li think you will agree with me journalism, mechanical drawing, Killman of Portland. Telegrams very pleasant time. Those pre They expect to remain here a
down, sit up and jump hurdles. when I tell you of some of the engineering and architecture.
were sent to her brothers when sent were Mr. and Mrs. Day, couple of months to close up
There were quite a number of exhibits. There were so many
Electrical engineering, black- she was so ill. but they failed to Mr. and Mrs. Tussey, Mr. and affairs, after which they are go
accidents to the riders but none that 1 made a memorandum of a smithing,
surgery, reach Scott Nicks in time. Por Mrs. And-rson,
Mr. and Mrs ing to California for a time in
seemed to be serious though sev few ns I could not remember all packing, harness making and ter started at once on receiving Melvin, Mr. and Mrs. Riggs; the hopes that the climate may
eral were thrown from their of them.
saddlery, automobile engineering (he telegram and arrived in time Messers, Walrod. Clarke and benefit Mr. Vail’s health. They
horses and dragged along unable
In the infantry department school of bakery, wood work and for the funeral which was held Strickland; Mesdames Maffett, also expect to pay a visit to their
to dis entangle themselves from they had heavy and light Browil- carpentry.
Aeronautics, school in the parlors of A. D. Ken- Forte, Conners. Barker, Wood- old home in New York state be
Ings, infantry equipment, range of mines, elementry dentistry, warthy and Co. Ix-nts. Burial worth and Lawrence; and the fore going into business again.
Wliile all of th is was going on. finders and map making outfits. school of hygiene and pre med was in Mt. Scott cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. Vail desire
host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs.
there were eight flying machines
the Herald to express
In the cavalry division, they icine radio and telegraphy. I
sailing around and mighty close displayed all the material that really don’t know where there is
their appreciation of the support
Bennet Chapel Ladies Aid Meets. Moving Pictures This Afternoon given them by their patrons, and
to the ground as tin- aviators were makes up the cavalry.
a better chance for youngsters
The Ladies Aid Society of
Rev. Geo. Edw. Lewis who has also of the pleasant relations
photographing the scenery be
In the field artillary section today than in the service af our
low. and th<- officer of the day they had a great display of field Uncle Samuel. There was a Bennet Chapel met Thursday lived and traveled in Alaska for maintained between them and
said they would take a picture piece* and all the equipment.
great big dirigble baloon captive afternoon, the Sth. at the home a number of years will give a their business associates.
and within fifteen minutes would
The engineers section display on the ground* and with one of Mrs. J. L. Johnson. The motion picture entertainment in
have a proof of it for inspection. ed field map wagon, hospital foot on the earth I think I chairman of the work committee the Lents school auditorium
Two companies of infantry tent, drafting tent with tables. should like to have taken a ride. found a number of left-overs this (Friday) afternoon
Ruby Carlson passed away at
from previous baxaars and de o’clock, depicting life among the the family home, 5615 61st
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cided that it was time they dis Esquimaux, their mode of living, street, Saturday, February 7,
Dcardorf Twin Take* Tumble. DeardoW home when with some against the glass and attract him appeared. So lifting them to their dog teams etc. An ad following an illness of pneu
One of the 22 months old of thc^Mfher children It W.IM hut there being no plane there view one by one she disposed of mission of 10 cents will be charg monia. She was bom in Port
second story room the child fell out onto a scaffold them at vendue, showing her ed for the children and 20 cents land March 2. 1915.
twins belonging to th«1 J. E. playing
with a window reaching to the ing, thence to the ground. Only self to be very efficient in the for abulls. The proceeds will be services were held in Kenwor
Deardorf family on cast Gilbert floor. 'itWng its daddy outsid-
the scaffolding's breaking the art of auctioneering. It is need used to purchase base ball par thy’s undertaking parlors Feb
road narrowly escaped death the little tot stepped to the win
fall saved the little one from less to say that all the ladies aphernalia for the boys of the ruary 9. Interment was made in
Inst Sunday afternoon nt the dow thinking to press its hands more than a bruised cheek.
enjoyed themselves immensity.
Former Lents Visitor Writes
of Wonders of Fort Bliss, Texas
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