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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 18, 1920)
MISS BEATRICE CARXEY
AMD GEO. RAY GAGE ARE
A pretty wedding was an event of
the past week when
Carney and Geo. Ray G^ge of Hills-
bow, Wl*. were united in marriage at
i-ady of our Sorrows church, Father
Fallu reading the service in a most
impressive manner. The double ring
ceremony was used
march was played by Mrs. Van Groosc
who also sang “I Love You Truly"
and "For You Alone." Little Glad.’*
Carney, niece of the bride waa flower
girl and the rings were borne in an
Eastr lily by Kenneth t'arney.
The bride was attended by her Sli
ter, Mias Dorothy Carney and Miss
Frances Trott, both dressed In white.
The bride groom waa attended by hi«
brother. Uoyd Bage, who came from
Montana to attend the wedding, art
v ' thur Howard of St. Helens.
The bride was dressed in white
satin draped in crepe de chine.
veil of white silk tulle fell in graceful
folds from a coronet of orange bios-
soma. She carried a bouquet of roses
and sweet pea.«
Following the cere
mony a luncheon was served at the
home of the bride's brother. Oeocgv
W. Carney. COS 55th avenue
The bridal couple met during the
war a few months before Mr. Gag»
sailed for France with the 4th engi
The bride la a daughter of the lato
William G. Carney, a pioneer mer
chant of thia city.
Glen Want came in front Bull ltun
this week to have an ulcerated tooth
Strawberries locally grown are ap-
pearing on the market, G rower* are
concerned about the continued rain-,
as they fear the crop may be Injured.
Marvin Hedge won first honors in
the one-half ounce iu I sk and out
event at the Municipal Fly Casting
pool at Sellwood last Tuesday eve
ning. Walter Backus, was second and
Jack Herman third. In the one-hali
ounce accuracy, Herman was first.
McFarland second. Hedge third and
with the rest of the program.
The Lents Delicatessen Shop
Corner Ninety-first and Carline
Where you can get a good
Home Cooked Dinner, one
that you will relish.
HOME MADE PIES AND CAKES
MADE FKESH EVERY DAY
MRS. W A. ASH
Harding for President
HE’S ALL RIGHT
We suggest that he start an
investigation on Gas and
Sugar and such.
In the meantime we will be doing our
best to please and keep you happy
with Prompt Service
We are yours
Eagle - Garage
IN THE CENTER OF LENTS
Phone Lenta 2011
5820 Ninety-second Street
If Your House is
If \feur House is
old. Make it Nev
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
EPWORTH LFAGÜK INSTA LI Ji
Cha*. Chase and family, recently
The oll wareboua« on lind atrqet.
officers for comlng year from Eastern Oregon, and who hive ' tieur- Johnson creek. has beeil rqkbed
d — ■
bought a rome in Tremont addition,
were visitati (his week by Mr*. Mundor.
Th* Lenta M. E. Epworth League of th* city, who Is an old time friend
elected cabinet officers for th* «n*
of the Chases.
W R. IKluglas ha* sold his home suing year at a meeting held June I.
at 8808 82nd street and Is going to
officers ware Installed; President, H.
Forest Grove to live.
P. Arnest; first vice-president (devo
Dr. Atwood, dentist, went over to tional work). Georgia Fawcett; see-
Falls City It^al Sunday, returning
oud vice-president (missions), Mil
home Monday forenoon.
dred Pierce; third vic«-president (re
Millie Bennett, of 82nd street and lief work). Zella Pierce; fourth vice-
88th avenue, la home from 'out hern president (social recreation and cul
Oregon (or the summer.
ture), t'orrin* Wilkinson; secretary.
Messrs. Morterud and I'teaton, of I.oula Wilkinson; treasurer, Hubert
Lenta, are doing jury work In one itlythliig; chorister, R. Wilkinson; li
of the circuit court depart monta thia brarian, Gertrude Hembree; pianist.
Born, to Mr and Mr* Clyde flager
*21* 54th avenue, Thursday, June 17,
a six pound boy.
SQUARE DEAL CANDY STORE
CANDIES MADE DAILY
FUDGE 35c a pound
Mm. Frank Wright la visiting at
the home of her husband's mother.
Mrs. A. Wright. 844 2 82nd street, for
a few days.
Mrs. Toon, of 82nd street and *5th
strength after her long severe slrgv
Ralph Repp and family livHig on
SOth street have rented
rooms of the building owned by the
Friends church at 801* *|nd street,
and will occupy same this week.
An lusts nee of the value of paint
Is given in the fact of a cltixen of
l.ents who had tried to sell his prop
erty for two years without success,
lie painted the house an attractive
color and sold It the following wook
Nils« Kether Wright, of 82nd street
and 86th avenue, report* a good time
In San Francisco. where *he I* spend
ing her vacation.
In another column will be found
Mi‘.md Mi« Elmer Wood* are the
proud parents of a baby girl born th* announcement of the Mt. Rcott
Baity and mother are re Bakery on Foster road
Mr. Welngnrt, Ih* proprio-
ported doing well.
dor. la a baker of experience and
Win VanMctre bought a lol
la know •
just whal the public require-
Woodmere addition thia week. f*r i In the line of bread, cakes and fw>«t
nephew who will build a cottage on, riea, and la a live wire.
the lot this summer.
J. Par male«, of 8*03 88th atreet.
W. W. Pierce, of Cleaburn, Texas,
suffered severe bodily brulaea when
la visiting his niece, Mrs. M. S Gal
he was struck by an automobile
loway. of 8*04 "3rd avenue.
driven by W. K. Kodgero, at the in
Pierce is 74 years old.
terser I ion of lath street ani! Haw-
Mrs. Dora Smith of 5304 72nd street, thorn* avenu*.
Par ma lee was riding
who has been in a west side hospital, on the platform of the street car and
(or about three week* past is reported during a scuffle lie!ween some of the
to be much improved In health.
platform riders, was pushed off I he
Mr* Etta Williams spent a day car, falling In front of the swiftly
with her daughter, Mrs. F. M Peters. moving automobile.
It waa lucky
H8th avenu e recently. after for Parmelee that the encounter re.
which they motored to Forest Grove. suited In nothing more serious.
The demand for houses In Pert-
land at the time is greater, say rea!
eetate dealers, than it was last winter.
Score« of people Inquire along the Mt.
Scott line every day.
Mrs. D. L. Hyatt and son. together
with her mother.
Mrs. Agnes Cole,
have returned from a month's visit st
Seaside, where they went for the ben
efit of the son's health.
W. 8. Sanders and family, of
Grays Crossing, attended the cere
moay of the laying of the cornerstoae
of the proposed Masonic Home at
Forest Grove Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Adamson and
the latter'* mother. Mrs. Anna High
land of 85th street, went to Woodburn
last Saturday by machine, intending
to stay but a short time.
Mrs. W. S. Bennett and her little
grandson have- gone to Iowa to spend
Mrs. Bennett hopee to
gain in health while away as she has
been quite ill with rheumatism.
Mr. and Mr* Geo. Redman of Mt.
Carmel. III., have just purchased a
home in the Woodmere district and
will soon occupy the same. Air. Red
man has relatives in the Mt. Scott sec-
H. K. Reynolds of the Square Deel
Candy Company, is just In receipt of
a letter from his brother, lister Rey
nolds of the marine aviation corp«.
Great l-akee. III. The brother de
scribee how a negro In Waukega i.
Wist, threw a atone through the wind
shield of an officer's auto, striking lhe
latter'* wife, and how 'the merino*
stormed a hotel occupied by the ie-
gros and what followed.
He said «
negro would be seen to run down the
street followed by a marine, while a
policeman chased the marine. In th-'
first day’s riot, several marines ait
sailors were hurt, while many negro"«
were badly beaten. The next Jay
about 250 marines and sailors storih< .1
the negro quarter of lhe town, and a
pitched battle followed. Seven marine«
were injured, and troc;>* finally drove
the marluea back to their quarter*
Young Reynold* la from Washington
county. Oregon and Is tn the marine
you can’t hide the
outside of your house from critical eyes.
You’ll he proud of your home and your neighbor-
hood will be proud of
4 you if your house is kept painted
and in good repair. Tne
well-painted house is evidence
of community spirit and thrift.
FULLER Paint keepj new and old houses from run
ning down, adds to their value and makes them attractive
Specify FULLER Paint for your home. You can
depend on it to do two things and do them well—pre
serve and beautify.
Look Up a FULLER Oealer in Your Vuwn
W. P. Fuller & Co
Northwe«t Branch Houses at Portland
Seattle, Tacoma, Spokane, Boice
Vehela Lehman. Eva Spooner. Alice
O'Brien. Eveline Hunt, and Florence
school, were on the program at Wins
low Mear Circle. 1-adlea of O. A. R„
on Monday, June 14, flag day.
Lents Hardware Company Local Agents
AXEL KILDAHL, Proprietor
Our Big 10c Loaf of Bread
has that delicious flavor that gives it a
place distinctively of its own in homes
where good eating is appeciated. The
same thing is true of our Pies, Cakes,
Doughnuts and all other makes of our
Pastries like mother used to make.
Emil Altermatt and wife, of Mnta,
will leave soon for the vicinity of
Mt. Hood, where they will spend the
Mr. Altermatt and two
others have a government road build
ing contract in connection with the
Mt. Hood loop road, and the Alder-
matt* will combine a summer outing
with business, and may extend their
stay until late fall.
WEDDING, PARTY AND LODGE
PASTRIES A SPECIALTY
A letter received from Mine Mir-
jorie Smith, of Taft, Ore., is quite
interesting, as she says she has only
three pupils, and they are of one
family. She enjoys boating and other
Circle. Indies of the G. A. R., sent
her a flag for her little school room,
which she is very grateful for and
for which she sent many thanks.
Quality and Cleanlineu are the
twin motto» of our bakery
Norwood Nye, a grandson of Mrs.
George C. Gibson, of 50th avenue
and 87th street, returned to Arista
the first of the week from the east
following his discharge from the
Mr. Nye saw
United States navy.
service In the late war, and is much
pleased after four years of service to
resume the garb and ways of a lands-
M. fl. Galloway. 8*04 73rd avenue,
autoed over to Pacific City, Tilla
mook county, last Saturday and went
He was rewarded by
catching a big kelp, the flesh of
which was a deep green In color, He
The trip to the
beach no longer requires two or three
days, the automobile annihilating the
distance In a few hours.
whether it is a shock absorber or a car
buretor, or it may be merely a box of
jiffy patches; and no purchase is too
small to command our courteoes and
careful attention. Come in and enjoy
the pleasure of buying your automobile
from us. It will be to your mutual ad
Under New Managemet
Isaac Mitchell, of Yacolt, Wash., a
former resident of Lents, came down
Thursday, stopping at the home of hie
sister, Mrs. Harry White of 90th
street. He returned Friday taking his
granddaughter, Olive White, with him
for a vacation on the farm.
We Have It
MT. SCOTT BAKERY
J F Fisher, of «0ÎÎ14 «2nd street,
and family removed last Tuesday to
llielr new home in the suburb* of
Mr. Fisher is pastor
of the Evangelical church in South
H. E. Bloyd, former cashier of the
Multnomah State Bank, I.ents. and
now occupying the same position in
the Troutdale State Bank, was in
l^nt* Tuesday, shaking hands with
Dr. C. S. Ogsbury, Nellie Katzky
and Maude K. Darnall represent the
Mt. Scott chapter of the Eastern Star
at the grand chapter meeting of the
Eastern Star, which convened this
week In Pythian Hall.
rendered a piano solo Wednesday.
5114 Ninety-second Street
Mrs. A. Wright. 8442 «2nd street,
reports a good time at Baker at the
I. O. O. F. convention.
She Is the
proud possessor of a beautiful jewel
of the Degree of Chivalry which waa
conferred on her there.
for t|ip **cond Ilm*.
Horn* gaa and
oll wer* Stolen, togdher «Ith adln«
of the personal effects o( the work-
111*11 vitjployed ther*
MT. SCOTT BAKERY
WM. WE3NGART, Prop.
Foster Road near 92nd St.
Phone Tabor 644