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LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1920
BOSTON’S FAMOUS FISH PIER IS BUSY AGAIN
The famous Flsli Pier of Boston which has l>wn Idle for over ten years so* hustles with activity. The East
Coa-t tiHiierles lias «liken over the whole wharf and will mnke It oue of the biggest fresh fish terminals In the
whole world. Photograph »how» fishermen celebrating the opeuing of the pier with a finh-packliig contest.
LENTS GRANGE PASSED
WOODMERE CLUB IS
MRS. MARY THORNE LAID
ACTIVE IN SECURING
TO REST FEBRUARY 18TH
ENTERY INTO POLITICS
of 0 Ltbriry
VOL. xvm. No. 8
SIX-YEAR-OLD IRA LEM
J. BERT McCRUM DIED
MON KILLED BY AUTO 9
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17
SATURDAY ON FOSTER
John Bert McCrum, who died
on February 17, was born in
Canada on August 11, 1881. Hr
was tlie »on of Martha and the
late John McCrum. When hr
was only 'three weeks old hi *
parents moved to Superior, Wis..
aud lie lived there until 190 4,
when he came with his parents
io Portland. lie was married on
December 25, 1910. to Miss
De) in i A. Nicks, daughter of Mrs.
John Erb, and sister of the late
(’ora May Buckley, who passed
away ’ last week. To this union
were born: Orin
Bert, aged 8 years, and Ruby
May, aged 4.
Mr. McCrum was brought up
in the Methodist church and was
well versed in the Bible. He
was an honest, hard-working
man. alwavs striving to make a
good home for his family. He
was a good friend and a good
neighbor. His death was a great
shock to his nianv friends, rela
tives and fellow workmen, for
he was ill only two weeks, and
he seemed on the road to recov-
ery when his illness developed
into pnemoia. which hastened
Besides his wife and children he
leaves his mother. Mrs. Martha
McCrum. and his two sisters.
Mrs. F. C. Ward and Mrs. A. A.
Craft, all three of Corvallis: and
also a number of relatives in this
Mr. McCrum was a member of
the earpeters’ union, local No.
1106. and the funeral was under
their auspices. The burial was
in the Mount Scott cemetery.
Little Ira Lemmon Jr., six-
year-old son of Ira Lemmon, of
9609 56th avenue, was fatally
injured late last Saturday after
noon by an automobile driven by
Adolph Egger of 23rd street and
Columbia boluevard, at the in
tersection of 92nd street and
Foster road. The boy died about
30 minutes later.
F.gger and a partv of friends
had been to a funeral at the Mt.
Scott Park cemetery and were
returning to town at the time of
the accident, The boy was said
to have tried to run aeroM the
street in front of the machine to
join his father.
F.gger said he was going ten
miles an hour at the time of the
accilent. Ho admitted his ma
chine went 25 feet after striking
the bov before he brought it to
a stop. Patrolman Anderson ar-
rested Egger and took him to
the police station where he was
charged with operating a ma
chine with defective brakes.
No inquest was held over the
body of the little boy and the
funeral was held at Kenworthy’s
Monday at 12:80. Interment
was at Mt. Scott Park cemetery.
Mrs. Mary Thorne, of 5643 84th
At the (■range meeting last street, was laid to rest in the Mt.
The Woodmere club meeting
■ »aturdny the following résolu Scott Park cemetery Wednesday. was held nt Woomere hall Fri
February 18. Funeral services were day evening. February 13. The
¡lion was i adopted :
Whereas, There seems to be a gen held at Kenworthy’s chapel at 10:80 attendance was the largest so
eral impre« «ion abroad that the A. M.. the minister in charge being far, and there are other pros
S. D. SMITH, OF WILL-
Grange in alii«*! with the labor union* Rev. J. F. Ghormlcy, pastor of the pective members to be heard
BRIDG, BURIED HERE
i and other organisations in fostering Kern Park Christian church.
Mrs. Thome was bom in Ohio on
I the Idea of and bringing into actual
H. T. Blakeslee, president, an
Stephen Douglas Smith, of
' existence a political party known as October 17, 1839, and died in Port nouneed that al) the nine light-
Willbridge, passed away Febru
« Gilbert, «lui was the re- the "Land and Labor Party” and the land February 16, 1920, after six for which the club inaugurated
ary 11 at the home of his son,
t of m»«’V heautifnl and num«n «if some of our head officcri« months of failing health. For the a petition some time ago are be
W ill Smith, after a few days of
ing installed and that 77th street
acute illness resulting from a
pres» with thia proposed political in Oregon, part of the time being is now pretty well lighted.
t from tills coinmunltV.
•««• pre sin* were France» party, an«i our whole order is thus spent at Falls City and the rent in
A committee of three, com
vice was conducted at Ken
Portland, with the exception of a posed of Messrs. Holme s, Volt« MRS MABEL C. FAGUE
■ •li. I.nvcrn D" ial«l- n. Gl !<*C involved; and,
worthy’s chanel Friday, February
WhcrcnA, The principles of our or- temporary residence of a few years and Dr. Stout, has been ap
Eva A tuler-■•»’. Blanch
PASSED AWAY FEB. 10 18. at 2 p. m., Rev. E. A. Smith
,, Mur Haw’’in- I «’la Don- j der do not recognize any political in Caldwell, Idaho. For over thirty- pointed to see that the work on
of the Lents Baptist church of
i ('hide« Refberford. Let« 1 warty nor permit any discussion five years she was a member of the 77th street is done according to
Mrs. Mabel C. Fague, of 7705 ficiating. Mesdames Herbert Or
' either pro or con in connection there Christian church, having Joined that contract.
57th avenue, passed away Feb ton and A. E. Ken worthy sang
with. and in spirit at least forbids denomination in Ohio and holding
L. L. Levings. whose recent
j any officer to use or permit his her membership in Falls City at the recommendations to the club on ruary 10, 1920, after an attack ‘Beautiful City of Gold” and
office to further any such political time of her death.
the carfare controversy have at >f pneumonia. Her funeral ser Shall We Meet Beyond the
Mis. Thorne is survived by three traded attention and who at vice was held at the Kenworthy River?" Interment was made in
i party; and.
Whereas, We believe that the fu- ( daughters, Mrs. Bell Elwood of Port tended the meeting of the state chapel at 3 p. m- on Satuday, the Mt. Scott Park cemetery.
1 ture '.vclfgpc and very existence of ‘ land, Mrs. Anna Mehrling of Falls I Fn-mmyrce
Mr. Smith was born in Jack
in eon- February 14, Rev. Goode being
our order demands that we stcad- City, and Mrs. Maggie Burke of juqction with representatives of the officiating clergyman. Mrs sonville. Hf* Angn^t Id, 1801.
i faytljr adhere firmly and fully to our Edon, Ohio.
the P. R. !.. A- P. company, has Fague is survived by her hus He is survived by his widow and
j basic principles above mentioned, now
been asked to submit his argu band and one little son, Frank eleven children, all but two of
!her> foie, be it
ments in a written brief to the Frederick; her father. Frederick whom were present at the fu-
Resolved, By Lents Grange; that KENNEDY & WILCOX
commission for their deliberate Bornstedt, of 8836 66th avenue; neral, one being in flu quaran-
we are unalterably opposed to in any
REPORT SEVERAL SALES consideration. Mr. Levings ad two brothers in North Dakota, tine at the family home and at-
¡way linking the Grange with any
vocate« distributing the cost of one in Montana, one in Idaho tended by the other.
The real estate firm of Ken maintaining the street car sys and two in Washington.
F W. MULKEY URGED
of any political party, and we here nedy A Wilcox report the fol tem to all interests benefited bv
Mrs. Fague was born in Nel Mix* Fleming Entertains Parents
TO BECOME CANDIDATE by demand that the master of the
lowing recent real estate trans the system instead of the present son county. North Dakota. Aug
Miss Esther Fleming, librarian
State Grange publicly and through fers:
method of compelling the car ust 23,- 1893. She came to Ore of the Lents branch library, has
| the pres.- make clear and plain his
J. H. Daly property on 71st rider to pav the whole amount. gon in 1905 and was married to been entertaining her parents,
¡position as -uch in reference to this street to H. R. Manuell.
Mr. livings’ original report to Hugh F. Fague in 1909. She Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Fleming, of
o called I and and 14ibor Party, and
A. Chowcn property, corner the Woodmere club was printed was laid to rest in the Mt. Scott 1 akima, Wash. Miss Fleming,
| «hat he make plain the posititon of of Woodstock avenue and 94tli
in the January 30 issue of the Park cemetery. The sympathy who was absent a few days last
' >• Crnwith refcrenc«' thereto, street, to B. Winiger.
of friends and their appreciation week on account of la grippe
o the end that the public mind may
F. Peterson property at 55th
The next meeting of the Wood- of Mrs. Fague was evidenced bv but had sufficiently recovered to
' be fully advised as to the true po avenue and 89th street to G. W. mere club will be on the second the beautiful floral tributes.
show her parents about the city,
I sition of the Grange in this all- Hartfelder.
resumed her library duties last
in March nt Woodmere
I important matter.
MEN’S TUESDAY NIGHT
.J. I.. Johnson ranch near Park hall. ’
Drive and Foster road to A. W.
CLUB MEETS AT ARLETA
P.-T. A. Meets Today
MR. AND MRS. JOHNSON
Axd Kildahl is linable to se-
The Lents P.-T. A. will meet
Tuesday evening at 6:45 the
TO RETURN TO DENVER
•teil bv the state li
Clarence Matthews, who frac cure Dorts fast enough to supply
Men’s Tuesday Night club of the this afternoon (Friday) at the
amili bv the vote
tured his wrist while cranking
school house at 3 p. m. Mrs.
nt n general elec
the service car of the Lents machine last Sunday to John Arleta Baptist church will meet
Blanche Blumauer will present
in each instance
Garage last week, was able to
the modern health crusade to the
•is of short duration it va»
return to work Monday, although Mr. Kildahl says it is now up to
ladies and there will be a com
. nor to the stnte anil him
he has not full use of his arm
days until his new car arrives. (speaker of the evening will be munity sing. Mrs. A. E. Ken
B. F. Irvine, of the Journal, worthy will render a vocal solo.
i He will speak upon different
LENTS SCHOOL NOTES
phases of Christian internation
alism, including the League of
Nations and the peace treaty.
The canning club of the Lents
Special reading«* and solos have school includes the following:
been arranged Ibv the program Amelia Davison, Helen Delaney,
and the llittle M. E.
committee. The men of the com Mildred Elrod, Ethel Fisher,
that locality, which
munitv are invited to attend. In Vera E. Hensley, Ione La Grant,
them grentlv. Mrs
to be sure of a plate at Odessa Leonard. Marv G. Lewis,
nt present president
table, telephone Automatic 210- Doris Marshall, Frances Miller,
3*2 or Tabor 1272. before Tues Matilda Schnider. Wanda Sleeper
and Mildred Wakefield.
• • •
•n the able correspondent
for .home reading
Herald in the • Bellrose
IS LAID TO REST of the 4b children include Little
Ì. ♦ *7 V
Miss Phoebe Gay, Pied Piper of
The ’Herald joins with
nianv friends in wishing
Hans Fredriksen was born in Hamlin, Pinocclrio, History of
happiness ami prosperity
Norway, near the citv of Molde. Little Goody Two Shoes. Three
in 1856. and passed away at hi* Years With the Peets. Nonsense
home al Bellrose February 13. Books. Books of Verses for Chil
t ENTS RACISTS BURN
He came to the I nited States in dren. and Little
MISS GERTRUDE STONE
• • •
MORTGAGE ON CHURC1’
1881 and settled at Beloit. Wis..
DIED OF HEART TROUBLE
Those who did not attend the
where he married Miss Karen
lecture at the school
To celebrate the burning of the
Miss Gertrude Glcna Stone, of 5608
in 1902. Mr. Fredriksen was a auditorium last Friday missed a
mortim’o on the Lents Baptist
blacksmith bv trade and was a rare treat, the lecture by Mr.
chtvch huilding a large crown gnth ng th street, pa.-sed away February
His genial dispo Lewis being both entertaining
ered Wednesday at a dinner at 6:30 18. 1920. at the age of 31 years, the
and instructive. He exhibited a
sition won him many friends.
At 8 o’clock they assembled in the
number of fur garments such as
• church auditorium where an excellent
un. ami the wiles of tin- charming Tuesdav. February 17. Rev. Hv (he Esquimaux wear, and skins
program took place, after which the pneumonia. Funeral services were
French maidens, Private Ernest Lockwobd fell a victim to the flush - from iwoes of Tacoma and Rev. M. A. of animals found only in the far
mortgage was burned In the subdued held at the First Friends church on the
beautiful black eyes of thia Armenian girl, whom he promptly m:i<> Mra>
Monday. February 16. at 2:30 p. m..
Christensen of Portland offici north. One skin exhibited, that
light by the deacons and trustees.
Rev. Homer Cox officiating. Inter |.uckwood. He couldn’t even pronounce her maiden name lie ad ilts l.ock- ating. Mrs. Simondsen of Port of a blue bear, is said to be rare
ment was made at the Mt. Scott w . hm I drove a motor truck under fire In France, aril later win put In charge
John Eggiman and family went Park cemetery. A. D. Kenworthy Ä 9f the Nenr East relief gurnge In Constantinople, where he met the future Mm. land sang his favorite songs. In even in /Alaska.
to Silverton Tuesday to attend i Company were in charge of the ar- Lockwood. He la here on furlough, but soon expects to returu to Constautl- terment was made in Mt. Scott
nonle and his Armenian bride.
The Herald One Dollar • y«*r,
the funeral of Mrs. Eggiman*
SOLDIER AND HIS ARMENIAN BRIDE