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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 16, 1920)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Ted Douglas is staying with
his grandmother at Forest Grove
for a few weeks.
The Oregon Humane Society
will have a part in the evening
service, Byron Rutledge will be
present and speak at this meet
Miss Edna M. Wolf, a former
Mrs. Althea Kendall has been Lents girl, and Miss Mary Ward
week-end visiting friends in For v hose home is in Washington D.
C. spent the past few days visit
mg Portland friends while en
Mrs W. C. Smith
route from Boise to San Francis-
Mrs. D. W B< ilstein of Holton,
one day this week.
A little Miss arrived at the
A H. Nelson of tifi 17 81st
hospital Monday morn
street is confine»! to his bed with
ing by way of the stork route
and will take up her abode in a
few days at the home of Mr. and
Thursday of last week C. I. Mrs. Chester Cieslinski, ps 16
Tborington of 619 56th street N Gilbert, road. Mother and babe
purchased a new home at 5418 are doing nicely.
The Mt. Scott Thimble club
Mrs. G. G. Wood WO rth of gave a one o’clock lunchci on al
5785 85th street will entertain the resilience of Mrs. Charles
the M. E. Ladies Aid silver tea Wardc. of 5704 92nd street, on
next Wednesday. April 21.
Thursday, April 15, in honor of
Mrs. Margaret Jensen, of Flor-
Mrs. Wood worth of
nee. Ore. Mrs. I. E. Allen as
street, who has been confined to
Mrs. Ward« as hostess on
her home for a few- days with
rheumatism, is able to be about
Little Gleneva Hunter, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen D. Hun
ter of 5419 84th street, has been
' having a siege of diptheria. She
is improving satisfactorily, how
I ever, and the rest of the family
'who were treated with the anti
Elmer E. Droste of 9 409 57th toxin, are still seemingly immune
avenue, left the last of the week and are hoping for the lifting of
on a business trip for his firm, the quarentine in the near future.
including Aberdeen ami other
The Minute Club of the church
i let Tuesday. April 6. at the home
Audrey Bell Lees
The funeral of little eight-year
[old Audrey Bell l.ees was con
ducted last Tuesday al 3 :30 p. in.
at the Mt. Scott Park cemetery
under the direction of Kenwor
thy's. Mr. and Mrs. Bell, with
their family, were on their way
to Roseburg from an eastern
point when Audrey contracted
diptheria on the train, the catas
trophe forcing them to stop ui
Portland with friends at <1330 71
st street at which address the
plants C umber-
Innds. biggest and best black
raspberries, $1 per dosen, $8 per
hundred. W. E. Bates, 1 4 mile
Estacada carline. iu2<l a2.
Card of Thanks,
WANTED party to clear land
opposite Multnomah cemetery
Call Main 5884 E. J. Burkhardt.
$10 paper bill between <14*h
avenue and 92nd street Saturday.
Finder leave al Herald office. Re
We wish to thank our many
Dressmaking. Tabor 730.1
friends for their kindness and
sympathy in the death of our bc-
loved mothcr. Mrs. Emma Smcth
Also for the beautiful
Geese eggs for setting. Mrs. C.
F. Zinser. Tabor 1822. iu26 a 2
Win. Smet hurst
Two thoroughbred Rhode Is
Mrs Anna Tussev.
land Red roosters, 1 year old, «3
Mrs. M. Hedge is at home from each, also eggs for hatching $1
the hospiatl where she has been per setting Mrs. W. E. Bates, 14
tinder going treatment for the mile northeast of Rnmapo sta
tion, Estacada carline. m26 «2
past four weeks.
Baptist Church Notes
again able to be around after be
ing confined to her home with
sciatic rheumatism for nearly
The celebrated concert con
tralto will appear in person
in an invitation concert,-—
in the Yeager Theatre, 02nd
Strawberry plants -MarxhnJIa,
The choir practice was Oil
standard market and canning
Wednesday this week at the Bap
variety, 75crnts per hundred,$7
per thousand. W. E. Bates, 1 4
The prayer meeting was a re
mile northeast of Rnmapo sta
cord breaker, Dr Leach was pres-
lion on F.staendn earline. ni26 a2
t lit and outlined the work oof the
campaign from April 25 to May2
Sunday School Sunday April
18 at 9:45.
Preaching service at I 1 a. m.
Mrs. F. M. Peters and son Lyle of Mr. ami Mrs. A. Jones 85th “Our Denominational Triumphs’
Young Peoples prayer meet-
of 8115 66th avenue went to Ra street and 58th avenue with 18
nier and spent Easter Sunday present. The work of the promo at 6:30
with Mrs. Peter’s mother. Mrs. tion was taken up and gone into
FRIENDS CHl'RCH NOTES
thoroughly. There were short
Verna Hertzler, a returned mis
talks by various members, prayer
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hanscon of by every member.
The club sionary from Japan, who has de-
5603 70th street, have bought a t. . ting at Mrs. McKinley’s was vinely restored to health after being
g >en up by doctors and declared past
residence on 74th street and 53r.l the best attended of all.
human aid. will speak next Sunday
avenue. They will move to their
Mrs. W. I.. Warner of Culver. evening at 7:30 o’clock at the Friends
new home the first of May.
The meeting will be in
I Indiana, left Monday. April 5. church.
John Robison, of 65th street for her home after an extended charge of the young* people and spe
near 66th avenue, has just pur visit with her daughters Mes- cial music has been arranged.
chased a new Chevrolet and an dames E. M. and H. R. Scheur
Sunday afternoon the young people
ticipates some good rides this ¡man of Lents. Mrs. Warner ar will hold their regular prayer meet
summer through the country.
sued in Portland last Novein ing at the parsonage at 4:30 . At
r. and timed her return so th..t tendance has been good and God is
The little son of Mr. and Mrs.
honoring the faith of this prayer
Armstrong of 7013 53rd avenue, she might be at home on the 11th
hand. All young people welcome.
was the victim last Sunday of an
Sunday morning the adult women’s
acute illness, his recovery on , golden wedding anniersary.
class will have charge of the opening
Monday, however, being assured.
Ed Boyd, formerly manager of exercises of Sunday school.
[the Lents Mercantile company
for a number of years, left Wed
nesday with his family for Cald
well, Idaho, to make their fu
Mr. Boyd has ac
cepted a position on a large
ranch near Caldwell. Both Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Bogard of 64th .-.nd Mrs. Boyd have a host of
avenue and 81st street have sold friends in Lents who will regret
their place and bought a home to hear of their leaving.
at 27th street and Richmond car
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McGrew of
line to which they will soon
8741 56th avenue, were host and
hostess at a dinner last Sunday,
C. A. Ordway, whose residence the guests being Mr. and Mrs. ().
has been at '528 71st street, has
Lent. Mrs. Philip Evans, O. W.
purchased a home between 67th Lent. and Mrs. Cafto Lowe of
and 68th street on Whitman ave Lebanon. Mrs. Lowe is visiting
nue and will take possession the a cousin in the city, and at the
first of May.
same time brushing up in music.
G. M. Zimmerman. 53 40 99th Other Sunday visitors at the Mc
street left last Saturday for Mt. Grew home were Mr. and Mrs.
Angel to help his mother dispose Holland and daughter of 891 E
of her household goods, prepar Caruthers and Mr. and
atory to her moving to Portland
erly of Lents.
to make her home with him.
Mr. and Mrs. Bowersox of Sa
lem vfere visitors last Sunday in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. E.
Allen. 9112 56th avenue. Mr.
Bowersox is Mrs. Allen's broth
Among the Nashville residents
who have sold their property re
cently are Mr. and Mrs. Will
Ritte! of 5604 71st street, and
Mrs. Sarah a Witbeek of 7001
Mr. W. A. Burns of Rogue
River, formerly a resident of
Lent«, visited in this community
from Saturday until Monday.
Mr. Burns is very much pleased
with Southern Oregon climate.
Mss. Althea Kendall has been
at the home of her parents 7911
60th avenue, quite ill, but w is
able to go to her own home a few
days ago. She had been in the
Good Samaratin hospital for sev
Mrs. M. Frances Swope of
5329 70th street and Mrs. S. J.
Merry of 7103 55th avenue wen
guests of the Gresham W. C. T.
IT. Thursday April 10. the two
Jodies both participating in the
plavet given at that time.
The young people of the Lents
Evangelical church will hold
their regular business met ting at
the parsonage, next Tuesday
evening. April 20. As this is no
doubt the last meeting our pre
sent pastor will be with us, we
woull like ail members to be pre
sent anil enjoy the evening with
ns. Some specinl business to be
attended to and a good social
time is being prepare d. All are
Mr. and Mrs. J. Renwick, of
66th avenue and 66th street, en
tertained Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
I homas at a luncheon on Sun
day afternoon. Mr. Renwick
will go to New York the second
week in May to sail on the
steamer Cetric, of the White Star
line, for Scotland, where he will
visit his mother and brothers and
a sister, whom he has not seen
for several years.
He will be
gone three months and on his re
turn trip he will also visit
brother at Niagaria Falls, N. Y.
Winslow Mead Circle, ladies
of the G. A. R. gave a five hund
red card party in their lodge
room. 525 Court House, on Mon
day afternoon. A large crowd
always attends these parties and
they are enjoyed by all. The
.members have been invited bv
the department president to put
on the degree work at the state
convention which meets at As
toria the second week in. June.
AV inslow Mead Circle is initiating
candidates every business meet-
ing, which is the first and third
Mondays of each month. It was
the first to give a donation to the
Pisgah Old Folks Home. It also
donated to the fund for the poor
colored children of the south.
Visiting members are cordially
invited to our meeting where
they will be welcome at all times.
Come in—it will pay you to
become a regular advertiser in
The Bible study class conducted by
Catherine Dicky at 7:30 Wednesday
cvinings continues with interest. All
who desire a deeper knowledge of
the Bible are invited to join.
The Junior C. E. is held on Wed-
nesday afternoons at 4 o’clock, The
children manifest a wonderful spirit
of devotion to these meetings con
ducted by Superintendent Martha
Last Sunday morning Pastor Laur-
ena Terrell ably delivered an inspir
ing message on the life of Hezekiah,
illustrating him as an example of a
Gladys Bass and Helen Wooster of
Estacada were welcome visitors with
us and attended all services Sunday.
Tuesday evening the executive
committee of the Areonauts class
held a meeting to consider future ac
tivities of the class. A contest is to
begin next Sunday morning, featur
ing church and class attendance as
well as regularity and new’ members.
The losing side to banquet the win
ners and their friends. The next
business meeting and social will be
held Friday evening, April 23.
Everyone is invited to the mid
week prayer meeting, Thursday eve
ning at 7:45.
F ree T ikets
Cu//, write or telephone
tokete of admit,
in order «»/ a/>idication.
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MT. SCOTT DRUG COMPANY, LENTS
Ninety-second Street, near Carline
If you wish an Edison Phonograph
pay whatever is convenient for you
down, the balance in small monthly
Wc Take Liberty or Victory
Bonds at their face value
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the matter of the estate of Bern
Newcomb Automatic Art and
jamin T. Davis, deceased.
Carpet loom. Al) the latert im
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has been appointed ad
(iood as new. 4328 61st avenue
ministratrix of the estate of Benja
evenings and Sunday.
- deceased, by the Cir-
cuit Court of the State of Oregon,
All outstanding bills due W. C.
for the County of Multnomah, and
Rockwell are due and payable
has qualified. All persons having
to L. A. Barker at 60015 92nd St. claims against the
said estate are
Successor to W. C. Rockwell
hereby notified, and required, to pre-
sent the same to the undersigned, at
Wanted salesman for Ix’nts the office of her attorney, H. P.
and vicinity. Commission con- Amest, 5940 »2nd St. S. E., Lents
tract only, for spare or full time. Station,
Portland, Oregon, with
e will teach you to sell income vouchers, and duly verified as re
our free quired by law, within six months
school of instruction and help from the date hereof.
von build a business of your own.
Dated and first published April 1«.
Massachusetts Bonding and In 1920.
surance Company, Accident and
Last publication, May 7, 1920.
Health Dept. Saginaw. Michigan,
Administratrix of the Estate of Ben
jamin T. Davis, Deceased.
The Herald One Dollar a year. H. P. ARNEST, Attorney.
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.
If I am nominated and elected
I will give for the beneft of the
county of Multnomah a business
administration of county affairs,
endeavoring to eliminate useless
and expensive conflicts between
city and county governments, to
the end that county affairs may
bt more economically conducted,
the tax rate lowered and by co
operation with the city of Port
land the public be better served.
• Mrs. Inez. Gulliks. Lents
I direct your attention to my
Hats in all the latest modes thirty years’ record as a business
Flowers of every description, man in Portland as a guarantee
I ■"eathers, ribbons, silks, crepe», that I will be able to perform the
b iraids, frames and shapes.
duties of such office.
Takes orders for custom made
corsets -Be fitted to a Barclay.
Green Trading Stamps.
a 16 to m 7
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