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EVANGELICAL CHI RUH NOTES
mt. Scott Gerald
The young peopie'a meeting of the
Kvangpllcal church .will be led next
Sunday evening "by * Ju rites •Leitch.
Published Every Friday at Lents
Topic. "Honesty tn Word uud J>e«d."
Como and bring your friends and jolli
Station. Portland. Oregon.
the young people in the evening aer-
J. S. UPDIKE .
A reception will be given the new
C W. SMITH
pastor. Rev. F. B. Culver, and family,
Entered aa second-class mail mat of the Lents Evangelical church next
ter February 14, 1*14, at the poet
Tuesday eveulng, June 88. lu the
efflce at Lents. Oregon, under act of liasement of the church, The leading
Congress, March 8. 187*.
teat urea will be a dinner at 7 o'clock.
»1.40 a year followed by a social hour,
Come with well-filled
»811 Ninety-seooad Street
Phones: Tabor 788».
LENTS FREE METHODISTS
meeting services will be
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held at the l*>nt* Free Methodist
FOR GOVERNMENT CAMP church. »1st street and &Tth avenue,
beginning on Friday evening. June
Messrs. Oliver, Aiderman and Alder 18, and continuing over Sunday. Ser
mat. contractors on the Mt. Hood vices will be at 3 p. m. on Friday
Loop Highway, to be constructed this and Saturday and Sunday evening,
year, were in Lent.s Saturday, and pur also at 11 a. m. on Sunday.
chased a Ford truck of the Eagle Gar Elder J. A. Hopper will be present to
All are in-
age people to b«- used in carrying food conduct these services.
and other supplies to their men at vited to attend.
Government Camp. This firm has :i
BAIT1NT 4 Hl RUH NOTES.
»50.000 contract, which is to be fin
ished before the snow flies this fah
The little people who took part in
The firm has 80 men an<l a number the Children's l*ay exercises were
of teams at work.
given a party at the home of Mr».
E. M. Moore on Tuesday afternoon
A general good time was enjoyed.
SCHOOL CHILDREN WEIXXIME
Choir practice on Friday night. Mr.
WELL EARNED VACATION
Howard is doing splendid work with
The large number of school child
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
ren who have been released from Shoplend will have charge of the
school attendance by the summer va- school for the first time.
cation period, seem pleased to be out.
Preaching service at 11 a. m. Sub-
Many, however, will seek
nicnt. Some will pick berries, others
will go to the beach, and still other*-
will find work in various kinds of
business in the city. It is the rest
period .when the mind leaves tho ■
theoretical things and contacts the
practical side of life.
A MXTUH FREAK
Matches are always an element of
danger. One day this week, two men
were standing on a street corner, both
smoking. One of the men re-filled
his pipe and struck a match. The
head of the match flew- into the air
and alighted in the coat pocket of the
other man. who having his attention
called to it by a bystander, promptly
turned his pocket wrong side out and
saved his coat
ELECTION OF OFFICERS HEID
BY REBEKAH LOD4.E JUNE It
Eureka Lodge No. 178. order of
Rebekahs, held its annual election of
officers on Friday. June 11. at their
hall in Lents. The follow>"g officer*
were chosen for the ensuing year:
N O . Clara Sadler: V. G.. Ora High-
miller; Recording Secretary. Mamie
Cox; andTreasurer. Peter Larsen
KERN PARK CHRISTIAN CHURCH
The regular monthly business meet
ing of the Kern Park C. E. society
will be held next Friday svsulug.
June 18. at-the Kern Park Christian
church. 48th avenue and SSth street
This Is an important meeting, being
the semi-annual election of ofUcftr».
and all member* are urged to attend
-• 4» »
Dr**. />w **«•« ^W^rj*4,
HM!, Nr* Fw4
Surely, you’ll want to come in and hear
the phonograph which mystified Janies
Montgomery Flagg and all New York
Mra. Mary Bassett, of Tremont
tion. who was operated on at a
hospital for -ib.ee*. of the eye.
lost the use of the infected eye.
has returned to her home.
We have an instrument exactly like the famous
( Official laboratory Model which triumphed in
the amoving “dark Scene** test.
Montgomery Fhgg *«« among
New Yorker ’s Wno attended
the audacious tone test nude by
Thomas A. Edison, March loth, 1920,
in Carnegie I lall, New York City.
Line of up-to-date
CREPE de CHINE WAISTS
Here‘s his own story. Read it.
come into our store.
Nothing like them ever
seen in Lents before.,..
Don’t forget we will give Double Trading Stamps
LENTS DRY GOODS STORE
The instrument used in Carnegie Hall,
New York City, was an exact dupli
cate of the original Official Laboratory
Saturday (tomorrow) June 19
*The Phünonn¡.h *iih a Soul”
What Mr. Flagg wrote—
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES
We are pepared to
serve you with
NAMES OF TWO GRADUATES
ari ; omitted by mistake
$2.50 and up
Multnomah State Bank
I he Official Laboratory Model had
proved itself theSupremephunugraph.
It was an ideal come true, ft was
perfect realism achieved.
“I looked away and then back again,
—gnd it puzzled me to determine
which was -at the bat.
‘ 'When the light* were lowered, it was impo*
uble to teli when it w*j Ann* C*»e, and when
it w** only her voice that wa* urging."—New
Yuck Evening Sun.
“When you *ee and hrsr M m * C**e *mg, you
can M*n«ly believe that *n art to cwcntudly ia-
diudaJ «nd personal a* hrn could ever I « repro
“ Then the ullest pianist in the civil
ized work! played a charming thing,
accompanied by himself vra the pho
nograph,— lifting his fingers away
from the keys now and thim. 1 could
ice him stop playing,—but 1 couldn’t
hear him stop.
“ Then-the big itunt of the recital.
“Mis» Case began singing with the
Choaograph. At a certain stanza the
ouse was suddenly darkened. The
song went on. 1 was shooting my
ear* out like periscope« to detect the
second when she would stop.
sure I got it. Then she seemed to
be back again. The flood of light
came on again,—-no Anna. Only the
phonograph singing away.
duced mechanic illy
yet the New Eciiaon ha*
»utieeded to the point where the voice in tie
iiulty pink diapcric» and tt»c voice iu the mahog
any bo* »eciiied one and the tame. ** —New York
* A portion ol the dcim.n«tr»t»n wm even tamed
un without the light», kj that no voe could tec
whether Mia* Cue'* l.p* moved or not. It wa*
all genuinely imtruitiie, and the twin-thip be-
twerp Mi»i Ca*e'*_*inging, at.J the reproduction
thereof, proved *o elute <*i to Lc eticn mdiaun-
g»i*hat k."—New York G'ol e.
Our Budget Plan
You can own an Official laboratory
Model that will do eveiything that
was done by this famous instrument
at Carnegie Hall.
We guarantee it.
Come in and see it. And learn about
the Budget Plan. It finds the money
for your New <Eui»on by applying
system to spending.
Nolic of WltMrawal of Partner.
Motto« 1« hwreby given that A. Roy
Karr has thia day Withdrawn from the
partnership lately existing between
the said A. Roy Kerr and Pearl K.
Reynolds, under the firm name and
style of Square Deal Candy Company,
Next time BUY FISK
from your dealer
First-class Srvicee given
Day or Night
buelnecB being1 located end situata at
Lents Station, Portland, Oregon, and
that so far ae relates «o the said A.
Roy Kerr, the said firm le rlaaolved.
The buxine*. will hereafter be carried
JUD. Kenworthy # Company
engaged la the bualneee ef manufac-
turing and dtatritonUon of eandy M
•vheleaale and retail, the
LETS HARDWARE COMPANY, Local Agents
Read what the New York papers say:-
MT. SCOTT DRUG CO.
UY satisfaction when you buy tires.
Fisk Tires meet any comparison,
any competition. Then there is the
assurance of the Fisk Ideal.
“To be the best concern in tbe world
to work for and the aquarest concern
in existence to do business with.”
‘"It was quite wonderful, and the audi
ence applauded and laughed. Two
girlt* Ixfrtnd me aaid ‘Googracious’."
“ Mis»Lave -draped her beautiful self
against the phonograph. Line of her
som g recordings was put on the instru
ment, and they, Miss Case and the
phonograph,sang together. Then she
stopped, and her other »elf continued
Then together again.
The Dark Scene
We too, have an exact duplicate of
this famous three million dollar orig
inal. We guarantee it to be rapable of
sustaining the same test made March
lOrh, at Catnegie Hall. We’ll also
have it play for you in Mr. Edison's
Realism Fest,—and let vouexperience
its amazing realism for yourself.
The NEW EDISON
The Lents Hardware Company have
purchased the entire line of samples
owned by Butler Bros., consisting of
household goods and auto-motive ac
cessories, and just as soon as the
goods are received the Lents store
will put on a sale.
Model, on «Inch Mr. Edison «pent
three million dollars in research work.
5827 Ninety-second Street, S. E
S A M P I. E S
An apology is made by the Herald
for the unintentional omission of the
names of Beatrice Scheuerman and
Harold Woodworth from the list of
eighth grade graduates from I-ents
public school last week.
the omission, but mistakes will hap
pen—more perhaps in a printing of
fice than anywhere else.
LENTS METHODIST CHURCH
Next Sunady is Childrens Day. The
Sunday. School insets at *:45. and the
program begins at 10:1». There will
be au opportunity for the christening
of children duriug this service.
Epworth League at 7 p. m , follow »d
by a 45 minute Vesper service
All this week Is puinters' week. An
invitation is open to all willing eoiils
to indulge their artistic temperament
.in adding beautiful patches of white
to the somber, wood gray sides of
Choir practice Thursday, at 8 p. pt.
On Friday there will be a reception
tendered to the new Incoming Bishop
Shepherd, to which sll members of the
church sre invited.
have a good representation down at
LENTS FIRM BUYS BIG
“Man, and His Downfall.-,
Young paopl.'s prayer megti^g
7 p. tn.
Mubjact. "Through Afrl'.n
Evening ».rvic. at < o'cloel
j«ct. "Th. N.w World and Ita
on by Pearl E. Reynolds, under the
old firm name, who will collect all
■iebte and demand. payable to salt
firm end pay all debts and liabilities
of the same and perform Ita esecotel
Dated at Portland, Oregon, on th!»
1 »th day of May, A. D. 1*28.
A. Roy Kerr
Pearl E, Raynelda.
Close Proximity to Cemeteries
Enables us to hold Funerals
at a Minimum Expense
5802-4 92nd St.
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