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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1921)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
A son wa» bom March 1 to Mr. an.i
Mr*. H. C. Smith of 7515 45th avenue.
Rom, Friday, March 4. to Mr. an.i
MrfJf I*. Srheuermsn of 89th street,
M. C. McCord of «2nd stree- left «9
Tuesday for Brighton, on the Tilla
mook nne. Mr. McCord is employed
at that place.
Mr». C. E. Feifcrt of 9118 -7th *v
enue, soil two valuable lots on
Elmo Heights the past week .md has
smee bought a residence at 9107 5lst
Mrs. Dawson and daughter. Ixiuise
Meyers, of 1913 East Washington
street, formerly of Lent*, were re
cent dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. O.
A. Hess of 5406 92nd street.
Cedarville Park at Linneman Jet.
opened under new management Soc
ial «lance* every Saturday night Ouen
4-piece orchestra. Al! well-dispo«ed
young people invited. No toughness«
of any kind will be tolerated. Man
• ngv>"ent A F. Devereaux. C. C. Ran
Mount Scott chapler No. 110. ob
serves! the eighth anniversary of its
organirition recently- A dinner wws
»erred bv the ladies of the fire-point
club, with Mrs- Emma Hanken as
Following a short busi-
r.es* session, a social time was en
joyed at 500. Mrs. Nellie Katzky and
Dr. Ogsbury were in charge.
The principal speaker at the Irish
concert on the 20th will be J. IL Mur
phy. president of the A. O. H.. and of
the United Irish societies of Portland.
Among the numbers of interest to
Lents folk will be violin selections by
Mrs. Mane Chapman MacDonald an-1
vocal numbers, comprising quartette.
Messrs Sault and Elkins and 'Ira M
boland and Miss Rowan, and duet by
Messrs. Sault and Elkins.
It was reported last week bv Mrs.
I eitch of 5-"->l 89th street that Mrs.
Robert Williams of E. Alder street.
Montavilla. who was opcrate-1 on for
cancer in Knoxville. Tenn., while vis
»ting her people, would return home
soon. Since then, word has been re
ceived that her trouble has returned
and her husband has beensur.moned
to her bedside fo^Jhe second time,
to remain with her to the end. Mrs.
Williams has a host of friends in
Portland who will be deeply grieved
to learn of her condition
A farewell surprise party was giv
en last Sattrrday evening. March 5th,
at the home of Mrs. Hazeltine. 65th
avenue and 70th street, in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Al. Badger, who are
leaving for Idaho. Those present
were: Mr and Mrs Al Badger. Mrs
Hazeltine. Arthur Hazeltine, Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Justice and family; Mr.
and Mrs. Beeal and family. Mr. and
Mrs. Sammis, E. J. Brinstall. Mr.
Cluster, Steve Peckack, Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Kautz and family. Mr. and Mrs.
. J. M Dillman and family.
(Continued front page two.)
The Arleta union of the W. C. T
is planning a huge campaign foe
im mbership, hoping to double their
p-vsent number of members.
plans were perfected Tuesday after
noon at Arleta library.
The Arleta W. C. T. U. meets reg
ularly every two weeks, and a good
program witKgood rvfreahnienta are
always the enter of the day.
At .1:30 Wednesday afternoon at
the Arteta Baptist church, “Bruce”
Evans entertained the boys and girls
of junior age with a “wienie” party.
The ministers of the city enjoyed
the address made by “Bruce" Evans
at th*- Y. M. C. A. Monday’ morning
His subject was “The Spirit of Evan
Rev. Owen A Day was chape i
speaker at Raed College last week.
Fallowing the address a pleasant
hour was spent in the social hall.
The meetings at Arleta Baptist
church still continue to fill the house
each night. A lively song service
proceeds the lecture and begins at
7:45 Hie meetings will continue all
week, including Saturday evening.
Mrs. Dana Hendrickson of 631 >
6: rd street left Thursday morning for
Texas, where her son is very ill. ac
cording to a telegram received bv
Mrs. R. O. Drips of 6850 59th ave
nue was united in marriage to Sam
uel J. Roebucker Monday evening at
the home of Mrs. Drips Rev. Henrv
White officiated at tho ceremony
Mr and Mrs. Dana Hendrickson were
Mr. and Mrs Roebackers
many friends extend heartiest con-
ratulations to the happy couple.
Rev Henry White will speak on
the following subjects at Millard ave
nue church Sunday. March 13: A. M.,
Behold the Man"; P. M.. “What
“Christ Did for One Business Man.
Mr. and Mrs. K. I. Dixon of 7534
55th avenue are receiving congratula-
tions on the birth of an eiirht pound
baby girl, bom March G. Dr. Marga-
son was present at the time and eve
ryone seems to be doing nicely
' l.'ttle Gordon Hallin. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Victor Hallin. 7530 55th ave
nue, is visiting relatives in Liberty
Mrs. Emilv I^aman. mother of
M;s. Victor Hallin. 7530 55th avenue,
is visiting a daughter at Liberty
Bond. Wash., th« winter and spring.
The Arleta gym class meets every
Monday night in the assembly hall of
Arleta school. Mrs. Hodgson, a Reed
college student, instructs the class.
The average attendance has fallen
from 25 members this year to about
20 this term.
A particular phase of the safety
first campaign in this city is notice
able in the actions of the Franklin
high school students who board the
car at 26th avenue and 50th street.
Instead of the pushing, crowding, un
Yuly crowd we were accustomed to
see pile on to a car at that point, we
now see an orderly line, single file, of
students, who quickly, easily and
safely board the car, in the minimum
space of time and with a total absence
of danger. It is a firn sight and a
big help in bringing down the enor
mous number of traffic accidents
On March 4. a banquet was given
for the new C. E. officers of the
young people of Laurel wood Congre
were patriotic in .scheme, flags and
bunting being used abundantly and
the place carls were red. white and
blue shields About 20 were at the
Afterward games were en
joyed until 9:30, when all repaired to
the kitchen for K. P. duty. Every lad
and lassie did their bit. It was an
An interesting talk was given by
Mr. IVvey. a young sailor Bov ^vho
spent 13 months in China; Mr. IVvei
spoke to the Sunday school of the
laurel wood Congregational church.
He said he had not been into the
wont part of the Chinese suffering,
but what he dal know and tell waa
enough to horrify his hearers.
Copies of “Anchored Secure." the
words and music of which were writ
ten by Bruce Evans, are given out
at the meetings at Arleta Baptist
church each night.
It is requested
that those who have copies at home
bring them to the service with them.
Mrs. Nelson was a delightful host
ess Wednesday afternoon at her
home at 1795 Division street, when
she entertained the ladies Aid Socie
ty of Third U. B. church.
were present and enjoyed the delic
ious luncheon of hot buns, salad, cof
fee. candy. The decorations were in
honor of St. Patrick's dav and verv
clever Those present wer appreeia
tive of Mrs Nelson's hospitality.
On April 13 a spring sa'e a.id cafe
teria dinner will be held at the Thin!
U. B. church. Special emphasis will
be placet! on pillow cases— big. little,
trimmed and untrimmed—and be.-id s
there will be arms and fancy work
of all kinds. The sale will be he'd in
Numerous Euro,» ins are ready to
migrate to Oils country. They should
be welcomed only on the understand
ing that they will become ritlieus In
good faith and put such money as
they may lay by In American savings
We have almost reached the point
when a man who la told that there Is
a political slush fund will exclaim:
“Oh. slush !"
You can’t enforce a short-day dic
tum on a grow ing crop. You’ve got to
work It to the limit, or It wont grow
Another thing about a live check la.
It can dry a woman’s tears without
even getting wet.
One difference between the
.nd the automobile Is that the
gets some rest.
IVrtland quarterly meeting of the
Friend* church was held at West
Piedmont church Friday and Saturday
ami Sunday afternoon. There was a
large attendance. An excellent dinner
was served in the new dormitory.
At the business meeting Saturday
night an interesting discussion was
held in regard to the support of the
boards of the five years’ meeting. The
meeting voted as a unit for the prop
osition of Rev. Cox. which would give
all men libertv to support the boards
according to their conscience.
Rev. Sims filled the pulpit Sunday
morning and Rev. Hare of Kansas in
the evening. Rev. Schwab of Salem
is expected to preach Sunday.
The C. E.’s are planning a social
for Friday night.
Women1» Bible class prayer meeting
4 u m. Wednesday in the annex.
Men*» Bible class prayer meeting
Sunday in the church.
Children’s meeting Friday. 4 p. m.,
Violet Littlefield in charge.
Rev. and Mrs Schlein (Martha Is
ler) left for McMinnville Monday to
x-t C. C. Barker and family. After
a visit to Newport they will go to
South Dakota where Rev. Schlein i»
pastor of a church.
Sunday school at 9:151 splendid
music and classes for all ainca and
ages; M. Hier. superintendent.
Sabboth worship at It a. m.. pas
tor’s theme: "Christ’s Earthly Eail-
ire.” Good music, led by Mrs. W. S.
Junior* at 3 o'clock; Mr*, Hier.
Choir practice Friday night prepar
ing for Easter program
Evening service at 7:30; subject.
“For Me to lave is Christ.”
A brand new junior society started
off walking alone Sunday.
The young people took on new bfe
and started out to ik> their best work
for the coming year.
Mr. and Mrs. W S. Thompson are
aiding Dr. S. J. Reid at the Universi
ty Park Baptist church this week.
This meeting will continue for the
next two weeks.
Famine la said to menace 40.000.000
Chinese to the extent that fntliers are
poisoning their families’to save them
the slower pangs of starvation. Yet
In the order of nature, with all Its
generosity, there ought to be no such
thing as famine; It Is one of the
artificial perils which men bring upon
themselves mid which conies from the
human perversity which makes se
much needless suffering tn the world,
says Baltimore American. What the
war has done In thia way will probably
never be known in its full extent, aS
every day Mevelops more that Is duo
to Its terrible Initiative.
rlays all makes of
Make Us Prove It!
ZT'HE leading magazines contain an intensely interesting
interview with Mr. Edison, which you should read.
“I am very glad that the records of all the princi
pal talking machine companies can be played oq
the New £ dison with the best possible results.”
We shall be glad to prove Mr. Edison’s statement Lat
eral cut (needle machine) records sound better on the New
Edison than thi y do on the ta’king machines for which they
were made. Dc-n’t forget we are anxious to prove this to you.
Understand, please, they will not sound like Edison R e -
C reations , but they will sound better than you ever heard
them sound before.
Would you like to kr.o’v Mr. Ed.soi.’s favorite tune«? Ask us for ■
copy of “What Edison Lilies in Music.” Would ydti be interested
in the favorit- music of other zrent Arne- can men «nd women? We
are runni.-£ a straw ballot to determine the men «nd women in whoae
tastes th; people are most interested. Will you vote? If so we will
give you a Portr?. • Etch.ng c f Thomas A. Edison drawn by Franklin
Boo h, the celeb-a ed American artist, who has also made famous
etching» of Liner n and Roosevelt Rise 12# x 19. Suited to framinj
Mt. Scott Drug Co
Near Car Line—LENTS
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Minimum charge, 25c
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E. M. Marshall. 102nd St. and 55th
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FOR SALE—Wicker Oriole~baby
hurry: good a. new; price $10 01'
4119 92nd street. Phone 626 29. 9-lt
FOR SALE--Modern 5-room bungs
low. furnace and fireplace; corner
lot; improved atreet. Modern. Au
to 642-40. Bargain.
FOR SALE -4-room house and over
1-3 acre of ground ; price $1,000;
$200 cash, balance terms.
O’Connor, Cor 92nd and Wood
stock Ave. Auto 626-75.
FOR RENT—2-room plastered house
with garage and large lot; $15 per
month. Inquire of D. J. O’Connor,
cor. 92nd St. and Woodstock Av. 9
FOR SALE Stove with gns plate
very reasonable. 6432 86th St. 9 2t
DRY FIR WOOD—$10 per cord
Phone 618-48. 5604 82nd St. 9 4t
TWO THOROUGHBRED BlaTk Mi
norca roosters ami eggs for set
ting for sale; alao Rose Comb
Rhode Island Red eggs. From blue
C. K. Ferris, 69 U
47th avenue. Phone Auto 613-82.
PIAIN SEWING neatly and prompt
ly done at 6647 92nd street.
TRADE AT HOME !
We assure Service and
and Right Prices
“The Best Meat at Lowest Prices”
it the motto of
The Arleta Club will give a dance
«■very Tuesday night at the Arleta
W. 6. W. Hall. Admimion 25c. Come
and have a good time.
Eggiman’s Meat Market
BERRY VINES FOR SALE—Nicely
rooter tips of Himalayah. Mam
moth and Cazadero Bluckberries;
Phenomenal Berry-. Lucrvtia Dew
berry and Blackeape for 50c per
do*. Phone at once Auto 616-36 or
call at 6119 87th street.
ONLY $100 CASH—3 room how«,
price $500 with $100 cash. 2-room
plastered house, garage and lot 60x
100 ft., near school, for $900, with
$100 cash D. J. O’Connor, corner
‘»2nd street and Woodstock avenue.
MASSAGE and Violet Kay treat
n<-nts at YOUR home.
rates short time only. Phone Auto
661-11, local 2922.
F?»UND—Pair of apectaclea. left in
lent, library, are at Herald office
Owner identify, pay for this notice
and take away.
Built up layer upon layer of the finest rub
ber, wehled together with the valve patch vul
canized in—net just stuck on—Goodyear
Heavy Tourist Tubus will not allow air to
We have them in all sizes. Each one comes
FOR SALE—Dining table and chairs,
china claret, library table, dressing
table; all solid oak and In first-
class condition; also reed sulkey.
9704 60th ave.. cor. 97th St. 10-ltx
in a waterproofed bag. It will be
in perfect condition when you
want to use it.
FOR SALE CHEAP—Sturgix baby
buggy. 5207 89th St.
FOR EXCHANGE—Course of music
lessons for baby buggy in good con
named Prentice Mulford. Many who
have read the papera that bo left be
hind him have felt that under other
clrcummancea Mulford might have
been a truly great man. Few ever
heard of him. He was In the ministry
for a short time. "Why did you »to»
preaching?" be was mice asked, to
which he replied: “Nobody asked mo
to go on." That is the tragedy of many
who might have done great thinga.
any* Chicago Journal. Nobody asked
them to go on. and the result was that
k* the subject of education la now
a prominent one. It would be well to
look Into the activities of the regular
schools established here by the Reds
for the purpose of Instructing children
lu their pernicious doctrines and In
flaming their youthful Imaginations by
propaganda against law and order, says
schools are running are known to
many, and their mischievous results
have already been demonstrated too
clearly to deserve any toleration.
The new preeldrat of Mexico la
quoted as saying he would rather teach
the Mexicans the use of a toothbrush
than of a rifle, and would rather see
them In schools than on battlefields.
With aspirations of this kind encour
aged by a progressive leader. Mexico’s
prospects for the higher civilisation
are brighter than they have been ba-
Wonder should not be excited by
tales of the difficulty of Issuing news
papers In European countries when so
many of the lightning presses are run
ning day and night printing paper
money with a purelinslng power of
possibly one-tenth of Its assertive face
It la astonishing that Captain
Amundsen should choose to bravo the
terrors of Ice floes and fields by boat,
sledge or foot, when he could make
the trip to the pole by airplane In the
time required for a Sabbath day’s
Come to us when you need the
liest in tires and tulæs.
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8919 Foster Road
Office: East 32150
291 Hawthorne Ave.
AUTO TRUCK HAULING CONTACTORS
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