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LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OKtGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1920
New Petition for 92nd
Now Being Circulated,
GEORGE S. COLE PASSED
MRS. COFFMAN HOSTESS
AWAY AT FAMILY HOME
AT BIRTHDAY DINNER
ON THURSDAY, APRIL I
FOR MISS ADA ALBERTS
VOL. XVm. No. 15
Politicans Throwing Hats
Into the Political Arena
Gtorge J. Calc passed from
Last Wednesday at an exclu
this earthly life on April 1, 1920, sive twelve o’clock luncheon Mrs.
at 8 a. m. Hr had been a resident' I. F. Coffman, Hl 16 92nd street,
By P. J. Kupfer
| a congressman to live as it
of Lents for the past 12 years, was hostess in honor of the birth
April 12 is the latest date on which 11 senator.
residing in the house he built al day of Miss Ada Alberts, the
Congratulations to our old friends,
nominating petitions or declarations
5650 85tli street. He was born the only invited guest being Miss
of candidacy for election to national "Bob" Stanfield, and George Cham
in Michigan 65 year* ago, and Adena Morterud.
Portland, Ore., April 7, 1920.1
While the and state offices, judges of the cir berlain. No worry and a "pips-
NEW WATER COMPANY
when a young man took up elec young ladies were seated at the cuit court, district attorneys, state cinch.” The voter will have some
To the Council.
trical work in the capacity of a table, Mrs. Coffman brought in a senator* and representatives shall be difficulty in extracting the humor
FURNISHES WATER TO
DISTRICT OUT OF CITY linrman, which he followed ill lovely cake decoratrd with, in filed with the secretary of state. out of his ballot when it come* to
The undersigned, property
the year* of his health.
stead of the usual array of can April 17 is the last day for filing casting hi* or her vote. It’s wonder
owner* affected by the proposed
He helped build the first tele dles, a large question mark.
for county offices and district and ful what fame and money doe*.
Water was recently turned into
improvement of 92nd street S. E.
In previous letters we hinted at
offices with the county clerk.
tin- mains of the Van Ness Water
from the south line of SI st avanuo
According to the above dates for certain candidates who have a stock
Co., Inc., winch was organized to Rocky Mountain range, later tak SURPRISE STORK SHOWER
S. E. to the north line of 68th
furnish citi water to a large dis ing up exposition construction
GIVEN FOR MRS. BENSON candidate* to declare themselves for of “slogans” on hand to bamfoozle
avenue S. E., are desirous of hav
the public, but we have come across
trie! outside the city limits cast
BY HER LADY FRIENDS office, we are of the opinion that this a good one this time that I believe
ing the said street improved by
week will find every one who is in
of Lents. The city would not portant expositions in th«- United
States during hi* time. After two
grading and the construction of
clined to run for office ready to is meant with sincerity and honesty.
s-onstruct the system outside the
A surprise stork shower was jump into the free-for-all game.
concrete sidewalks and curb on
years of construction and main-
It is by William A. Cadwell, who is
city limits but agreed to furnish trnance work
given Mrs. Bernard Benson on
the east side of 92nd street S. E.
Among those who are now playing a republican candidate for assessor.
the water. 'Fhe district includes at St. Loul«, at the world’* fair her second wedding anniversary,
from the south line of Slst ave
He states on his cards that he will
th«- territory between 102nd aiul Portland in M •>., lie came to Wednesday evening March 31, by the martyr for humanity's sake we
work for lower taxes and fair assess
nue S. E. to the north line of Fos
IO7tli streets and the new water help build the
Mrs- Edmund Spence Root and qualifications, etc.
ments. If he will do that and show
ter road, and also by the laying
system tups on to the city system
his good faith, he ought to be
His wife, Mrs. Agne, Cole,
____ Mrs. Gforge Crock well.
of concrete sidewalk and curb on
at 45th avenue. About six months four stepchildren, <’lau«l Scot! many friends met at the home of
both sides of 92nd street S. E.
now four candidate* in the field. In elected. Mr. Cadwell ia well known
ago Mr. Holdiman started the
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. G. feeling out the sentiment off-hand throughout the county and he intends
from the south line of Foster road
plan anil a <•<
to the north line of 68th avenue pnrnteil with oinpany was in co I' mont, Mr*. Gertrude Bernal and Emmerson, and proceeded thence there seems to be a general opinion to make it pretty lively for hi* op
ll capitalization of
to the Benson home in a body that Mr. Schulderman will be the ponents.
$5000. The company has 5000 Mrx. Maud Hiatt of near Gray*
John E. Kelly, Mr. Muck, the pres
This method of improving 92nd feet «if
ICroaxing. one brother and. one with their many beautiful pres leading man in the race. Being a
three ■ inch water main,
incumbent, and Chas. Rudeen are
street S. E. will furnish relief in The city
resident of Portland all his life, he
Ims a i largì meter where *i*tcr. of Michigan, survive him.
a satisfactory manner to prop the new
Funeral service» were b«'kl on in music nml games. Th«- guests has naturally made many friends, and going to mix up matters very seri
main joins the city sys
then returned to th«- Emmerson having been corporation commis ously, so I understand, for the office
erty own-rt along the said street lem mid
t lie company pays the Monday, April 5. nt 10 a. in., at
■.iib-iici for .i buffet launch. Th«- sioner for six years makes him a very of county commissioner. Why this
until such time a* street extension city for
Kenworthy's chapel. Mi** Ter
proceedings for the elimination through all water which passes rill. pastor of the Friend* church. tvibb- held a huge punch bowl formidable opponent. I would not be should be— ask me not There is not
much salary attached to this office,
this meter. Each user drli
of the building projecting 10 feet
sermon of banked by Oregon grape and daf surprised if he rarrie* the state by but there is a great deal of work,
ha* a meter nt his premises am! ...
into the street area on the west
pay* the company
Mi** Smith # n lane of exist- in the same tone* of color. Those
“Tom” Sweeney has announced which these gentlemen are and have
•ide of 92nd street 5. F. north of
Miss Smith and Mrs. Hen-«
for congressman and I an been doing most all of their lives.
1 lie 1,-rson of the Baptist church sang who enjoyed the evening included
Foster road can be carried to
a pretty warm time in the In fact, they "eat it up,” and espe
completion. It will afford means
Mr. Cole’s favorite hymns, Mesdamev Joe Crawford. Nettie
cially Mr. Rudeen, who is the best
of access generally to various 'and Attorney Joseph Woerndlr. ’’Jesus Lover of My Soul’’ and Hartwig, George Diller LeRhei next few weeks, as I understand that
of all of them when it comes to eat
business buildings along 92nd
Chapin, E. J. Radcliff. H. B. Yo«t,
ing raw meat. Mr. Kelly is a very
Mrs. Let Im Bloomquist la presi “Throw Out the Life Line.” Tin
street S. E.
J. A. Stokes, J. B. Alcott, J. Quin personally supervise his campaign affable gentleman and would make
dent of the company and W. B.
tal), (). A. Anderson, Ex! mu nd
The undersigned are very de Holdiman i* >
■ccrctary and treas members of the International Spe cc Root. Geo. Crockwell, S. I his old henchmen to keep hands off. a good commissioner. Mr. Muck has
sirous of having the improvement urcr. The directors i
Brotherhood of Electrical Work
When Pat gets hot under the collar been on the job all the time, so he
a* above suggested carried to Sclimidt. Clnra A. Wil
ers. Interment took place in the Starfars, and B. G- Emmerson; and makes up his mind to wake up, says, and if that is the case he likes
completion during the early sum PetcrAon. D. F. ___ ,...........
Multnomah cemetery on 82nd the Misses Lillie Anderson Ellen look out for the fireworks. Eugene the work more than he does the
Sholty, Joseph street.
Anderson. Frances Hartwig.
mer of this year, so that dangcr Woerndlr
Smith has also begun to meander salary. Mr. Rudeen is one of the
and Dr. Jo*e|Vh E. Pct-
of accident to children in the lift. The slockholders are John
Viola Yost, Marguerittia Tiff*, around the different clubs and organ- , most energetic citizens in Portland
Lula Tobey, May Crawford Ruth irations expounding his views on the and during his residence here has
neighborhood may be greatly les Freeman,
_ . bred
_ ------.., N.
... Gab- ALFRED HASALL WYKOFF
sened by providing sidewalk on rivi, Oliver Anderson, John Chee-
PASSED AWAY MARCH 31 Peters and Lucinda Smoke; and dilatory methods of officeholders and accumulated quite a fortune. He does
which they can walk during in vrr, C. .1. Meycr, L. Orson and H.
not care for the salary- but has cer
t little Marina and Polio Starfars. congressmen in particular. A little Í tain
ideas which he wants to sassy
clement weather instead of being Ilirschlicrg. of Indepcndenc«-.
Alfred Hasall Wykoff, of 7401 LADIES HAVE OUTING AT
the benefit of the public wel
compelled to utilize the paved
of who may be the successful can
55th avenue, passed away March
fare. Mr. Rudeen has been success
toad way with the great attendant
31. Funeral services were held at
danger of injury from passing FORMER ARLETA MAN
candidates are shy for congressional ful and in all of his undertakings ia
Kenworthy chattel Friday,
business has made it a rule to play
LOSES THREE FINGERS
Mrs. Jean Forbes Mclxiney, of honors; we cannot fathom the reason the game honestly and above board.
April 2. at 2:30 p. in. Interment
Th«- city having failed to secure
was made in the Mt. Scott Park 4118 76tli street, was a week-end
Stanley Meyers, the deputy city
Raymond Mollett, of the Mar cemetery. Mr. Wykoff was born hostess at a house party at the paltry salary is attached to it and it
w lint it considered n reasonable
Continued on Page Two.
price on the 10 foot strip west of
in Pennsylvania October 13, Forbes-McLonev ranch near
the Hashim building, in order » ly injures! Friday of last week 1851. His residence in Oregon Cooper mountain, south of Beav
move it back out of the street, I. whije at work oil a machine in was for n period of six years and erton. The |w»rty went to Beav
F. Coffman, 61 16 92nd street, be llo- United Mattress Factory, los six months. He is survived by erton Friday afternoon on the
gnu circulating the above petition ing three fingers and part of the his widow, Lillian Wykoff, and electric anti drove out to the
Wednesday evening in order o palm of his right hand, and hav two sons.
ranch from there, returning to
prevent further delay in building ing the end of another finger cut
Friday, April 9, 1920
Portland on Monday. Those in Vol. 1
sid« walks along th«- rest of 92e I off nml the bones of the finger MOVING PICTURE SHOW
cluded in the party were Mrs.
street while street extension pro broken. He was taken to St. Vin
Jean Forbes McLoney, the Misses
pil in the row gets 100 the row is
Lillian Steinbrink, Editor
ceeding* for th«- removal of 10 cents hospila! where he is now
Queenie Swanson. Katie Hick-
a star. At the end of the
Agusta RichteT, Assistant Editor
feet of tile building take thclf convalescing, the surgeon having
ling and Lillian and Edith Forbes.
month the row that has the moat
course. It will probably be a last Monday removed the stitches
The girls found tramping in the Marion Greene, Assistant Editor stars gets one period free.
year or more before tint building from the palm. Mr. Mollett, who ment will l»e given at Kellogg woods fine sport in spite of a Walter Smith, Assistant Editor
matter is finally dispose«! of, an I gladly welcomes visitors during school this evening beginning at slight dampness, and were re
April 1 a grammar school or
having already waMi-d, nearly a this time of enforced idleness, is 7:45. Mary Pickford in “Rebec warded with-such spring flowers
This week we enter upon the chestra recital took place at the
year for sidewalks, property owe
as the trilium and the violet.
second half of the school term. Buckman school. Several schools
ers arc hopeful that the rest of Mollett. of t<;?o 63rd street, an I the main attraction, supplement
closes June 11.
were represented. The orchestra
the district may now sccur: is well known in the Arleta neigh- ted by a Victor Moore corned).
Mrs. Mabel McGee.
of about 60 pieces consisting of
speedy action by the council.
Mrs. Mabel McGee passed
There are about 775 pupils in piano, violins, mandolin, bass
recently purchases! by the school
Every property owner ap
at her home in Ookland, attendance now.
viol, cornets, clarinet and xylo
Lents Grange Saturday
proached so far has signed the
Cal., Saturday, April 3rd. aged
phone, was under the leadership
petition and no difficulty is an
Th«' regular meeting of Lents
30 years four months and six
The boys and girls of the 7A of Prof. S. E. Hunter, the direc
ticipated <>n that score. Some of grange will be h«-l«l tomorrow,
Little Doris Allen, daughter of days. She was born in Dilley, class are starting a collection of tor of the grammar school orches
the residents along the wed sid: Saturday, the usual closed-door
Ore., in 1890 and lived in Oregon wild flowers.
of 02nd street north of Foster ar« session beginning nt 10 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Allen enter continuously until three years ago
The following pupils of the
said to have refused to sign th The third and fourth degree* will tained recently her little friends when she went with the family to
I^ents school is becoming Lents school were among those
first petition for th«' improve be conferr«'«! on a class of can
Additional facilities who played: Lucille Tripplett,
California for the benefit of her crowded.
ment, but that part of the stre-'t didates. The lecture hour will Oakland Cal. Those invite I health. She resided for a number will have to be provided next
pianist; Clara Rusell, Juanita
is left out of til«- present petition. open nt 2 o'clock. The leading were Berta Lewellyn, Stella—beth of years at Gilbert station and year. Several rooms now have
Rater, Doris Rater, Lucille Fergu
Geisler, Katheryn I.eich, Helen
•peaker* of the afternoon will be
was a memberof the 1906 grad 45 pupils in regular attendance. son. Georgia Barbie and Olive
Judge Catena, a Lent* granger, and Lucille Geisler and Marv- uating class at Gilbert school
bright McSkiy. Games were
who, introduced by attorney Ros- play eel,
where she was loved by all who
During the first seven days of
coc Hurst, will apeak on the “Mil
child present. The little _ girls knew her. She was married to April the following pupils were
Elizabeth Elliot, a pupil of the
ling Tax for Grade and Hign
NOM BOOM 1Ö94N VAM K WN
were accompanied by their moth Clarence McGee in 1910 and to received either by transfer or di Lents school graduating class, has
School Teadhera”; and Prof. ers.
MiMO NtUtft QPCNO K
this union was born one child. rect registration: Ray Gregor
NiCWtk. UJlTM TU' HONIt PKPEW.
Kerr of O. A. C., to be introduced
Donald, who with his father and from East Moreland; Virginia returned to school after an ab-
NtAÄ IN KN1 NIMOUÍ, ftN' Ntf
by Hamilton Johnstone, will pre
sence of *ix weeks due to pneu-
On Tuesday the workmen were Grandmother. Mrs. C. E. Sanders and Emerson Halstead from monia.
TUUN *MX VlVCt ATOM Of QUICK
sent the question of a millage tax
Kerns; James and Emily Patter
FIR KN'S SAAOO1VA «0KVTSQ AN*
for the higher schools, including laying sidewalk along the block Ell. Wn., survive her. She was son from Hillsboro; Jenny an«!
A UAK.U ACNBUTIQ i NO SCUttet '.
wide strip formerly used as a city
no iNONocu Twe-s oonìt
Mattocks has also re-
park playground. The roadway Inid to rest in Mountain View Mary Huygen from St. Patrick’s
Agricultural College and the state
MUWt IN ACSEATlQINOt
Parochial School; James Beeman turned from a long absence due
from 57th avenue to 59th avenue cemetery in Oakland.
Normal school. Other features
from Kearney, Neb.; Betty Sa- to her mother’s illness.
has been scooped out to grade
will include music and a reading
from Canada; Dorothy
level at 59th or Tremont the
by Mrs. Cora A Ponnay. Th«-
The Lents baseball team played
work leaps the P. R. I.- and P. shower was given in honor of Smith from Hudson; Otto, Flor
question which Judge Gatens will
Woodmere Tuesday night. Wood-
discuss refers to the stablixing of track ami the scooping begins Miss Margaret Stennett, who will ence and James Hanson from the mere won the game.
again on the other side leaving become the bride of Fred Thomp Hudson school; Leslie. Frank and
the tax voted last year.
the. track elevaitcd three feet st son next week, at the home of Alvie Maricle from Alberta. Can
one point. From this point the Mrs. Dosier in Montavilla. Those ada; Harry Tucker from I^ona,
The 7A and 7B classes have
. Prof. J. A/Hollingworth. of the
grading is carried on to fllst ave attending were Mrs. Hand, Mrs Ore.; Albert and Deloris Kangis- oral reports each week. Last
Arleta Studio of Music, was re
nue. The switch at Tremont has (iaines. Alma and Alta Boater. er from Salmon River, Ore., and week the most interesting report
elected last week to the director
been rearranged, the lowering of Mrs. W. O. Ash. Mrs, Clyde Sa Isabel Majeska from the Holv was given by Pauline Brash on
ship of the Sunnyside Congrga-
the track to grade level being Im ger. Mrs. O. A. Hess. Mrs Man Child Parochial School of this "Fire Prevention.”
tionnl church choir where last minent.
gold, Mrs. Nellie Rholstrom, Miss city.
Sunday morning at the Sunday
Agnes Pollock, Mrs. Stennett,
While these 20 pupils were
The 7B class is having a con
school Easter service he directed
Mr. and Mrs. John Neal form Mrs. Lee ami the hostess. Mrs. being received only two wer lost.
test to see who can work up to
a sbxty-voice junior choir and erly residing east of Lents and Dosier.
These were Hilda and Karl Hess, the head of the class in spelling.
last Sunday evening conducted a later at Aumsville, have returned
whose parents have moved to When a word is missed the pupil
moost ■uccccssful and highly com to Portland and are living at 271
Mr. and Mrs. V. I. Hathorne, North Yakima, Wash.
takes one step towards the end of
plimented sacred concert by his Caruthers. Several weeks ago of 39th and E Stark, were visit
the line. They spell Thursday or
adult choir, with Misj Bennet as Mrs. Neal fell and broke two ribs ors at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
The SB class ia holding a spell Friday. Annes Hays has been nt
soprano soloist and Miss Rand and dislocated her shoulder; she George Snider. 4418 76th street
ing contest. The room is divided the head of the class for four
at the organ.
is gaining steadily now.
last Sunday evening.
into five rows. When every pu- weeks.
Ck tents School news