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LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1W0
VOL. XVin. No. 22
LENTS BOY SCOUTS
LENTS ODD FELLOWS
BIG HATCHERY NOW
ENJOY AN OUTING
FRANK L. SHULL
BY ARLETA LODGE
EXPECT TO WIPE OUT
IS IN SUCCESSFUL
OPERATION ON 82D
Last Saturday troop 14. Moy ■uatito
Feeling that the matter of .schools
Is tho special responsibility of wom
en. a group calling Itself the central
committee and composed of repre
sentative wouten from all over the
city, non-pelltlcal, noa-ooclarlan, tn
clubs and out of them, has organised
Itself for the »ole purpose of persuad
ing aeme man of akUlty to act aa
setooek director After a very oaroful
survey, they have selected Frank |*
■hull, manager of Ike Glebe Grain
A Milling Co., as Iboir candidate. It
has boon a cess where the office ab
solutely »ought the man. Mr». A. M.
Webster Io chairman of thia com
mittee. With her are working such
women as Mra C. W Hayhurat.
state president of Parent Teacher Aa-
aoclallona; Mra. Alexander Thompson.
prssMont of the City Federated Wom
en's ClMba: Mra. Ed. Palmer, preat-
Oant ef tho city P.-T. A.; Mrs. J. R.
DMA Hl. prsaideni of the Y. W. C.
A.; Mrs. W. T. Thomas, president of
tbs Association of Collegiate Aluni-
nas. and many o there
Mr. Mhull Is srell known through
bls siscutlve work for many yeara
wllk the Portland Flouring Milla
He M endorsed ■■ a man of unquea-
Honed Integrity and splendid bualneos
ability by Itsv. John H. Ho yd. Rev.
Jonah B. Wise. H. L. Ha bln. H H
Herdman. Harry Coffin, «nd atony
A number of the above-
named ar« actively co-operating with
the women to Inanr» Mr. Shull's elec
With three children of his own In
Ute Portland puMIo schools Mr. Shall
has always hod a keen Interval In
educational matter«. He »lands for
a sound bualnase administration, and
a moral aa well as mental training
for the child
He eays, "1 have no
enemloo to punlah, no friends to re
ward, no end to serve esoept tho
welfare of the children of Portland."
DEATH OF BROTHER
AND 8ISTER ONLY
THREE DAYS APART
Kdvin A. Anderas*, of 4447 Whit
man avenue, died Monday last at his
bom* at tbe above address
ill only about 2v minutes with whet
la thougbl to have been heart disease
Mrs Anderson the nest morning went
to the home uf her huabaud'a sister.
Mrs Cynthia .McAllister, who lived
within a couple of blocks of the An-
dsrson residence, and found her ser-
loualy III. with what was presumed
to be paralysis
Mrs. McAllister was
taken to a hospital, where she died
Mrs. McAllister was a widow, and
she and her brother, Mr. Anderson,
were bo. n In Now York. Mr. Ander
son Is survived by Klien Andecaon,
Both Iiodise are at the Kenworthy
parlors awaiting the arrival of rela
tives from the east, and interment
will prql.alily take place Haturday or
DR. DOUGLASS AND
MRS. BROWN WED
On last Tuesday night Dr. Douglass
and Mrs. Brown, the latter a well-
known resident of Arteta, were united
In marriage toy Rev. William Barret,
a retired Methodist minister, at 60th
avenue and 47th street.
It la re
lated that the minister mistook Mrs.
Brown's twin sister for ths bride,
and but for the former's timely pro
test. would have married the groom
la the wrong woman. After the oars-
stony, whlch was a quiet one, a num
her of lady friends of ths bride pulled
off a tln-can serenade, which soms-
What regombled a Mg nolee.
esrenaders Were Invited In and served
cake and Ice cream,
with wi ed'llng
rtle» fo the wedding are both
well advanced In years, but lovs io
HOME COMING DAY
AT LENTS GRANGE
TO BE SATURDAY
Next Saturday will bo "Home Com-
tag Day*' at the l-ente Grange. All
members, and those who have been
members, as well aa those who are
interested In grange work are re
quested to come and bring a well,
filled basket for the indoor picnic
scheduled to occur. Each person Is
asked to bring a dish of some sort
for donation to the grange kitchen
cupboard. It Is planned to have a
speaker present from tho Oregon
Mate Agricultural College to address
G. E. Matthews, of 4141 4>rd
street, for some time past employed
aa ticket agent for the North Bank
road, has resigned and will move to
Morrow, Ore., and engage In the
moving picture business. Tho Mat
thews will be greatly missed by Ar.
Igta folk#. They leave Friday morn-
for their new homo.
of AiMrica, located M Lento, left
station at 4:16 a. m. for <1 Arlela
asosmbly, United ArtinMa,
hike to Itaker^ Bridge, The route held election of officers Monday. Tho
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was via the Mt. Mcott cemetery. rollowing
through Sunnyside, arriving In camp suing year:
al Baker’s Bridge at 9:16. Bunday
1-eelto Morgan, M A.
was spent In camp, and the return
Cora Van Ortwlck, HupL
trip tnade Monday, the boys arriving
I .lisle Meyer, Inspector.
nsats at 9:16 p, m. There were 11
Hassle Meyers, H. C.
buys in the compel»), lu charge of
Itorothoa Bowen, I. C.
Asoielaat Hcuut Masters Nmlth and
Tod Moyer, Inst.
Msv. K. A Hmith baa
Dorothy Carney, Musician.
been secured a» Mroul Master for
The aaaembly also entertained a
large delegation troni Hellwood aa-
sembly. Hinging and dancing were
Indulged In until _____
a late ______
which a bountiful eupper was served.
Kveryono reportad having spent a
very ploaaant evening.
HARRY BANKS DIED
'TUESDAY, JUNE 8TH
Harry Hank». a young buy about
ents school won
14 years of agr, who had been work-
•qg At the Huber dairy for about
three yeara past, died Jun» « al Ml.
Viacvnt's hospital with some form of
throat trouble. Deceased Is survived
by relatives in 1’ortlaad.
malns are al the Kenworthy mortu
The grammar school track meet
ary parlors pending the arrival Of which secured at Multnomah Field
June 4, was largely attended by I-onto
ulber relatives fruiti Denver.
I «into had a full
team. In the 100 yard dash. Law-
renee Harwood won bls way into the
finals, as did Lucille Triplett In the
5ft- 9ln. race, and Dorotohy Hess in
the 4ft. 9ln. event. Owing to the late
ness of the hour, the running hlgn
jump was postponed, to Wnln»*!»y,
when a preliminary tryviut was had
The Mt. Hcptt Mental Culture Club at Franklin High school. Tho final»
held Its annual party and Installa in these events will be held this after
tion et officers at the home of Mrs. noon at Multnomah field. The result
Janet Geeell. fill 49th street, tost will be given In next week's Herald.
The ladle« of the club
appeared at luncheon in little girl
coetumes, which provoked much mer
tn the afternoon the otti
cers elected were Inatallod aa fol
H. Hleop. who died last week at
ths family home at East 94th street,
was an old Oregon pioneer, aged
year». Hr crossed the plains from
Ohio with M team» In 1171. Deoeas-
Hrcordlng secretary. Mrs. Orela ed was superintendent of schools in
Knappa. Ore., for many years, and re
moved to Portland in 1990.
Mr. Bloop was the father of t»->
Treesvrer. Mrs. Geo D Rodgers.
children, seven -Of whom are living,
Director. Mrs. Jean Forbee Mo- and had 49 graadthlldran
Wrvivtag him are Mra. Rachel Bush,
Parker, Wash.; Mrs T.VHta
MUFi CHAITMASl'S Pl TILS TO
Steel» of Met«ger. Ore.; Ralph of Tan
GIVE RECITAL mCHDAT gent; Beacher of Parker. Wash: Bun-
yon J. of Astoria; Grant and Clifton
of Boring. Funeral services wore
Miss -Marie Chapman will presen* ■isid last Saturday morning at ths
grave in Pleasant Homa cemetery.
a number of her piano and violin
pupils In recital at the school house
teal Tueeday evening. Mlsa ■ ('hapmis
also has a large class at .
récit a I
which will be presented io
it that place Raturday
PLACES IN FIELD
MEET ON SATURDAY
MT. SCOTT MENTAL
CULTURE CLUB IN
In 1919 the I .onto Odd Fellows de
termined to build a lodge hall of the'i
own on their lot at tho corner of 9tnd
street and 69th avenue. The lodge
string box contained but 1250 at the
time and the two story building was
■•ontiocted for >8.000. which did not
include furnishing the lodge room and
ma&y pt her expenses incident to the
new fraternal home. The lodge now*
has 145 members and has prospered,
so that the finance committee feels
secure In tnak Ing the statement that
the entire lodge property will be out
of debt by January 1, 1991. Tho
mombeni are to bo congratulated on
their good management. A member
stated that the property was worth st
least >10,000 at present.
KELLY BUTTE ROCK
MAKES NICE PROFIT
Multnomah county made a profit
la»t.month over all expenses of >9,000
on the sals of crushed rock. The work
was mainly done by 50 prisoners, who
put out >494 cubic yards, the county
'Ing >1.75 per cubic yard at the
or. At noon every day. the blasts
of exploding dynamite, reminds the
over-seas boys here of an arttllary duel
between the Allies and the Germans at
the front during the European war.
THE MT. SCOTT PLAY
GROUND WILL SOON
BE OPEN TO PUBLIC
The Mt. Scott Play Ground will
open to the public Just aa soon as the
public schools of the city are closed
at the end of the school year,June 11,
ft is understood that attractions for
(his summer will inMude chutes, to
boggan slides, swings, horizontal bars,
etc., for the children. The instructors
have not thus far, been named, but
will bo known shortly. The attendance
it this beautiful playground last sum
mer. averaged about 500 daily. The
raise of these municipal playgrounfa
cannot be overestimated, as they fur
llsh happiness and pleasure to hun-
Jreds of children who are not so sit
uated as to be able to visit coast and
tnooHUi!n"te wi is ituniig the hot sum
WOODMERE SCHOOL NOTES
Woodmere base ball team won second
piece In the champion series of
he grammar ochool league. The ie
clslve game was played on th Jeffer
son High school grounds. Woodmere
7. Davis 5. Arleta has won first
.» 2 /
Chas Strader «'on second place In
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the Franklin High high jump try out.
A citv ordinance provides that var- ind will represent his school at Mult
dciui cultivated on vacant lota and oc - nomah field.
cupylng not lew than 90 per cent of
Closing exercises were held Wed
the property so used may have frx
water. If used between the hours of nesday afternoon In honor of the grsd-
4 a. in. and noon. Reports are com untea. Sylvia Hobson and
ing in Io the water conimlsalomir Hamlin gave piano solos, and Alsora
(hat water is being used on thrift Sander» gave a reading. Mr. Hunter
gardens in the afternoon and even- lead the grade echool orchestra and
Orders have been given that mve a pleasing program.
persons violating the free privileges,
Olga Chapman and Alice O'Brien
will have the water shut off. and may won two points for Woodmere at the
track meet last week.
Graduates from the Wooodmero
Agnes I-ucllle VanBavel
Mildred Glee Belmore
The many friends of L. Railton will
John Edwin Frasee
be siAprlsed to hear of his recent
Hasel May Gilman
marriage to Miss Grace Stearns of
Sylvia May Hobson
Hood River, The bride is the beautl-
Oeorgrd Clarence Klldahl
ful and accomplished daughter of Mr.
Evelyn C. Hamlin
and Mrs. Stearns of Hood River,
where she has resided with her par
Charles J. Miller
ents for many years The groom Is
well and favorably known here, hav
ing resided In Lents tho greater pert
of his life. The young couple are
residing temporarily In The Dalles,
but eventually will make their horn*
In l>ents Their many friends extent
to them their most sincere wlehes for
Mrs. L. Rossall, for nine months
a very happy future.
past confined to her bed with illness,
has so far recovered aa to be able to
attend her household duties, and Is
getting well. Mrs. Rossall Is the wife
of L. Rossall, a realty dealer at Tre
mont and resides at 8100 49th avenue.
COUNCIL HELD 1ST
The P*rent-T«mcher Council hel.l
Its first meeting for the see»on l-st
Friday at the Central library
ports were read from the associations
which Included Joeeph. Kellogg. Lina
ton. Clinton-Kelly, Highland, Hud-
The reports of the
chairman of the social service work
•tated (hat a total of 1185 garments
had been distributed among the sick
aad needy of the city during the year:
also 14 quilts. 44 pairs of shoes. 193
pairs of stockings and 999 jars of fruit
A SWIMMING POOL
MAY BE INSTALLED
L. RAILTON MARRIES
HOOD RIVER GIRL
Through the Influence of Tremont
cltisens the city has taken over six
blocks In Corvallis addition between
64th and 59th avenues and 79nd uid
74th streets» and among the attrac
tions that may be provided next sea
son Is a swimming pool and commun
ity house, eto. The large and growing
population, and the many children to
be provided for In the matter of out
door pleasurei.makee this step on the
part of the city, a neceslty. It Is un-
derstood. however, that no work will
L. lioMtall, Commander of Bon.
bo done this year by the city.
Buttler Poet. G. A. R..and president
of the Illinois Veteran association of
Oregon, left Tuesday last for Astoria,
where he will attend the annual en
campment of the O. A. R., of the de
partment of Oregon.
Mrs. L. Rossall Regains
Health After Long Illness
G. A. R. MAN ATTENDS
On last Friday night at 7 o'clock
Wm. Woodworth. Herb Orton, Chris
Wiese and Axel Klldahl left by auto
tor Maupin on the Deochutoe, a di»-'
lance of 190 mi lee
They arrived at
I o’clock a. at. after an all night ride
The road wi
_ good except five mile*
of highway (At yet completed this side
of Hood Rlvir From that place on
they made fairly good time. The
party captured 45 trout from 14 to 14
Inches In length, and on the return
trip ran Into tho rainfall at The
Dalles, making the return trip a
slow one. They Shrived In I ants Mon
Sidewalk Finished in
Eugenie Park Addition
Contractors have Just finished *>lx
blocks of cement sidewalk on tied
and 84th streets between 47th pnd
70th avenue« in Eugenie Park addi
tion. Grading of these streets for the
above distance to being finished, but
the streets wi^l not bo paved this year.
day at 1:1k p.'Wv-»..».
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Reams of Wood
lawn, Mr. and Mrs. L. Mason, of Mil
lard Avenue, Mrs. Archie Mason and
Mrs. May Brooks of 49th street. Mrs.
Geo. Lillie of 85th street and Mra K.
P. Sordino of Redmond, Wn., visited
at the home of Mr. and Mrs Chas.
Mason, 4101 49th street last Tuesday
The 8a class of Arlela school en
tertained the graduating clasa Tues
day In thè amembly room at thè
Ice cream and cake were
The graduatlng class also
hel<} a party at thè homs of Mien
MRS. EARL WAI4ER SI RPRISED
Mrs. Mattle Reed was hostess at a
surprise stork shower Wednesday,
Juno 9, for Mrs. Earl Walker, at the
home of Mrs. Arthur Walker, 4415
95th street She was the recipient of
many beautiful and dainty gifts. The
afternoon was pleasantly spent In con
versation and sewing. The tables were
spread with a dainty lunch which war
greatly enjoyed. Those present were:
Mesdamee Rayburn, Cora Wright
W&ter. Ella Marstatli, Bell Tost Geo.
Reed. Ann Rust. Taura Tillman, Rose
Hublor, Addle Allen. Billings, of Mont-
Ivtlla. Stoker, Pierson, Mattie Reed.
Arthur Walker, Vera Herman and
laona Stoker, Eldon Stoker, Robert
Herman. Txmlse Breahears.
The sewn year old son of Joe
Teeny, an Arlete merchant, and for-
merly in business in I-enta, was run
over by an auto driven by a man
named Myera, living on tSrd stree*.
last Haturday night near the Arleth
theatre. Toung Teeny was on a bicy
cle at the time, and was thrown
several feet by the collision, and his
bicycle smashed into a shapeless
mass. The boy received medical at-
tention, but beyond severe bruises,
caped without any broken bones.
One day this week a Herald report
er had the pleasure of inspecting the
big plant of the Northweot Poultry
Ca., on Itnd atreet and 74th av'-ntie,
through the courteey of Dr. Ogsbu.-y,
preaident of the company.
The hatchery covers about three
aeree of the five owned by the com
pany, and In the basement of the
main building are >0 large incuba
tors, each having a capacity of 640
eggs. Thirty days after the eggs are
placed .the chickens are hatched, aad
are then ready for shipment any
where, at the rate of 490 per hundred
chicks. The company guarantees 98
percent live delivery. The capacity
I» about 4000 a week or 19,000 every
three weeks. On the main floor of
the building in pens, with a nice warut
temperature, ware thousands of tittle
chicks ranging from one day to six
week« The chick rooms are kept at
about 90 degrees Farenheit. At
present the company is buying eggs,
all White Leghorn at the rate of >80
per 1000. Later on, however, the
company will keep about 6,000 hen«
and produce Its own eggs. It la the
intention of Dr. Ogsbury to move
the brooders now in the rear, to the
front of the tract, near 8ind street.
so that the passing public may have
a view of the thousands of little ol-
peds from the road, thus creating an
attraction to auto parties. The two
acres now unused, will later be utilis-
ed. making five acres altogether de
voted to the gees of the company.
This company is a l-ento concern
and is growing In value and impor
The hatching season
close on June 1» next.
The Lenta public school will close
today, (Friday). Work really ceased
at noon Wednenday but the studen’s
returned Thursday morning for their
assignment eards for next year. Of the
graduating class who will receive
their diplomas. >4 will eater High
school; four girls will go to tho Oirl’s
■Mytechnic school and five of the
boys will enter Benson Polytechnic
Principal B. C. Hughson.
yesterday expressed satisfaction with
the progress made by the pupils dur
ing the school term which ends to
day. He assigned great credit to the
efficient corps of teachers, who have
made such progri
ing is a list of tho graduates who
will receive their diploma»:
Bertha Margaretha Abplanalp
Doris Louise Baldwin.
Elisabeth Marjorie Elliot.
Ethel Gertrude Fisher.
LUcMIe M. Ferguson
Frances Juanita Ferguson.
Fristla Thelma Gates.
Martina Marie GangL
Dorothy Mabel Hammer.
Vera Eugenia Hensly.
Catherine L. Marshall.
Mabie Elva Mattocks.
Frances H. Miller.
Thelma Ione Piper.
Nina Olive Peterson.
Juanita B. Rater.
LiUian Willimina Steinbrink.
Ruth K. Spinney.
Neva Irene Schade
Lucille Graee Triplett.
France« Jeanette Tifft.
Jacob 8. Trust
Charles Milton Mayer.
Roy L Robertson.
I.yle R Moak
Clyde M. Moak.
Frank M. Celoria.
Ray M. Rider.
Albert A. Huakey.
Harold William Briggs.
Albert E Crawford.
Ira LaRoy Cleland.
Albert L. Katxky.
WEDDING JUNE 5
Fred R. Murphy and Miss Agnes M
Wagner were married last 8aturd.1v
eientag at 5:90 at the home of the
bride groom. 2191 Woodstock avenue.
Mr. Murphy attended the Kern Psrk
Christian church, and is well known
in the Kern itark district Miso Wag RAILWAY OOMPÀ9T BIILIUMli
ner who lived at 506 Patton avenue,
SWITCH LINE AT THENTDNT
was very prominent among the young
people of h«r community.
The P. R. I* A P. Co, la building
another track parallel with, the• Mtl
«EATCHELL TO DECIDE ~ on* ,or • Butane* or two «<*» fr*m
Tremont station, north
II is under-
OWNERSHIP OF SAND 1 stood that work of replacing the (AB
rails, as ordered by the city, will be
gin soon, between Tremont and Fir
land. The bed of fhe new track
north from Tremont is'belnr built on
the grade adopted by the city engi
neer, and the old track paralelling It
will have . to be lowered to cor
The triangular stretch of
atreet recently completed, will also be
hard surfaced, thus reflevta*' the
present unsightly condition along the < s-
railway1 track at the station.
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Lento, will have a survey made of the
highway near the automobile club, 14» ,
decide a controversy between The In
dependent Paving Co., and the county
commissioners as to the ownership of
a sand bank from which the eounyr. ,
ia selling sand to the city. The sand
is taken from an embankment along
the county road; and the Pgring < Co.
claims the sand belongs to them.
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THE GASOMNE QfENHON.
Whether It to a gasoline famine or
a gasoline hold up on the part of the
big oil companies, is a question that
causes much controversy.
dealers are getting about 50 gallon-
dally, and consumers get about two
gallons daily. It to said that drag
saw men and farmers are the worst
sufferers, owing to their inability to
get requisite supplies of oil.
'Numerous Petitions for
Improvements are Filed
Numerously signed petitions have
been sent to the city council asking
for street improvements from SOth to
55th avenues on 48th to 77th streets
In the Firland section. The asked for
improvements are badly needed in the
interests of ' traffic and
say the petitions, and there is reason
Fred Tauchman of MM Woodstock to believe that the work will be order
avenue, has just finished reps In tir. g ed toy tbe council for the season of
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Che Cents School news
Walter Smith, Helen Delaney,
Zella Pierce, Laura Pierce, Evelyn
Hogue. Harold Parmenter .Frances
Ellis and Dorothy Sells who complet
ed the course at the Lents school will
be graduated from Franklin High
Those on the Honor Roll from room
It are: Helen Barker and LaVorne
Miss Ann Simpson, the physical
training teacher, visited the Lents
Mabel Woodworth who will grad
uate fro the Girl’s Polytechnic has
attended the^ Lents school, but com
pleted the grammar course at the
Miss Eloise Condon, a teacher la
Those who received excellent grad«« the Greeham schools and Mrs. Fran
in the spelling this month were ces Normandln. who taught near
Louise Durrie. Millard Easley. Jessie Oregon City, visited the Lento school
Monday. Miss Condon will teach in
Knox and Anna Smith.
the Portland schools
Another graduate of the Lenta
school, Ruth Harvey will complete he
Mr. Hughson who haa been the
course at Jefferson High.
principal of the T,ento school the past
Mlae Menaiea and her aiater, Mrs. term Is going to bo the principal of
Mumm», gave a farewell luncheon Ockley-Green school next, term be
Tuesday for the teacher» and prin cause of the far distance from hl*
borne. He stateo that he likes the
Lents school very well. We are glad
Violet Johnson, alao a graduate of he has been with us and wish he
could be with us longer aqd we thank
Lents school will complete her course
him very much for his good services ’
at Vancouxer, Wash , high school.
Pupils of the Honor Roll in room
One of the groat needs of the Lents >0 are Lily Taaklnen and Ernest Ogp-
school Is an addition to tho play bury: from room 17, Bertha Abplan
grounds. There is not enough space alp. LIIHan SteinbrtnK. Lncllle Trip
for the children to play and the de left. Harry Briggs; from room 19
lay will cost to taxpayers mors.
Ione LaGrant; from room 1«, Sab'.s-
tian Roth, Margaret Gee; from room
The Honor Roil to made up of those 15, Anna Robson. Bernard Robertson
who have been neither absent or tar Jerodit Katxky. Laura O’Donnell:
dy during the term. Bessie Allen, from room 19, Robert Houck; from
Genevieve Kidd, Blanche Rife and room 19, Grace Boland. Calvin Perry.
Mildred Easley are on that list <n Grace Hays; from room 9, Brur.t
Barsottl, Meta DeWitt.