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workers' conference at their home on
Wednesday evening. Msreh 1«. At
the usual business meeting the fol
lowing officers were elected: Theo
(Continued from first pags).
Published Fvary Friday at lauta
Zehrung, seCretafx treasurer of the
Station. Portland, Oregon.
der Jackson. “A Matromonial Mix- Sunday school; Mrs. White, Bible
up” on the Edison was an appropri class; Thelma Via, teacher junior Gao. A. McArthur................Proprietor
ate addition to the program At the girls; Aimer Hollingworth. Sunday ............................... ....
»■«siding supper the wedding cake, school su [w rin
Knterad a* secand-alaaa mall mai
containing a ring, a thimble and a Ormandy. assistant organist; Mrs. ler February 14, 1*14, at the poat-
dime, was cut by the bride, who got Henry White, superintendent of cra offlce al Mata. Oregoo. under ad ut
the ring. A green snake decorated dle roll: Miss Mildred Moline, super
department; Congreaa, March ». 1ST».
Each guest intendent
the top of the cake.
brought a gift for the bride, which Misa Ines Font superintendent pri Subscription Price
II 50 a year
later were given as favors to the mary department; Gladys Cnim,
MU Ninety-eeoend Street
The costumes were al] fixed up «nd perintendent
---spent in Car Finish and Top
Phone 622 21
donned after the arrival of the com
Dressing will make your car look
pany. b\»rty-five were present ami
Make your car spick
all voted it an exceptionally fine ev mandy, Sunday school registrar.
Mr and Mrs. B. F. Volte of thv
The committee in charge Mrs White served delicious home Woodmere
was composed of Meedames K D.
Armstrong, Woodham, MRoy, Steele meeting. Those present were- Mes- ami 60th avenue, are enjoying a visit
danies Odum. Zehrung, Ormandy, from Master Ernest Er villa Allen,
Misses Hollingworth, Ford, Strang, their first grandchild, who, with hia
and Mesrs. White, Worrell, Watt*. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Allen, are via
Mr. and Mrs. Sanders Entertain
lUng from Enterpriaa, Oregon. Kr-
Sunday Mr. and Mrs Glen San Theo. 7ehnjng.
neat exiweta to remain with his rela
ders of 6212 '.«'th street, l.ents. en
It will surprise you. The same
tives here about two waeka longer.
tertained at dinner Mr. and Mrs.
6702 Foster Road
The stork haa brought new arri
Sunday school 10 a. m.. Euter
Perris and son Russell of the San
AJAX and MICHELIN TIRES are
Kesideace Maia 3359 Francisco aparvments ami Mr. and program 11 a. nt., communion ser val* recently, the following parents
Business AuL 610-79
made happy by tho bird's viait:
Mrs. Elmer Sanders of Vancouver. vice. baptism and sermonette
Mr. ami Mrs Glen Duer, 7411 54th
Mash. There are advantages in all
avenue, on March 3, had a girl ar
Millard Avenue Church Note*
things and the advantage the resi
We find pleasure in selling a good Tire.
Sunday, 10 a. m., Easter program rive at thafr home.
lient of thia district has over an ap
Mr. and Mrs. Brinkman. 5112 72nd
1 1 1 VJ
OneWay from Portland to Lents
artment house dweller was clearly by Sunday school pupils; preaching
The Best Gas and Oils.
appreciated by Mrs. Ferris when she 11 a. m.. subject: •'Taster. It* Orig
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gieler, 5706
Be Can Move Vou Out of the Muddy Street I went home laden with a gorgeous in. Meaning and Mcsaage." Preach
bouquet of daffodils and hyacinths, ing at 7:30 p. m, “The Value of
a nine-pound girl on Friday. March
Easter to the Life of the Church."
which grow out in such abundance.
8822 Foster Road
C. E. society meet* at 6:45 in the 18. Dr. Heaa officiated at this party
and Dr. W. T. Stout helped tho stork
basement of the church.
Prices Write Interestingly
Choir practice under direction of in the other two instances.
In the Center of Lents
A very interesting letter was re
Creaton parentteachers gave a
ceived thia week by Mrs. Glen San Geo. Colvev every Thursday night
ders of 6212 90th street from Mrs. at 7 o’clock. Prayer meeting at 8
bly hall of the school March 19 So
Frank Price of 7132 S 55th avenue. o’clock.
9111 Foster Road--Lents Phone 619-13
There will be baptism and admis
• ho with Mr. Price is traveling all
for all kinds of
through the south. Mrs. I'rice says sion of new members at the morning another one on the night of April 2.
The committee was as follows: Mas-
to tell her many friends that Port service.
damea Wood, Seston, Douthit, Stam
land is the onlv place in which to
I make Copper. Tin and Galvanized Wash Boilers.
crees that we remain in Portland in
Champion Chicken Founts, Hoppers. Feeders, Metal Hens’
stead of enjoying the the pleasures Siam lecture to be given at Millard -SAFETY FIRST”
Nests. Trap Nt .-ts. Brooder Canopies, &.c. Stoves, Pipes and
of travel and comparison of other avenue church, April 3, at 7:30 p m.
No person can afford to be without
Elbows. I can save you money on Furnaces.
places to our Rose City, it is indeed Prelude; hymn 137; invocation and
gratifying to know that Portland I ord's prayer; responsive reading,
All Work Guaranteed. Repairing a Specialty.
usually win* out. We all known its selection 2«; hymn 25; scripture;
“Always Ba Careful.” Thia is the
a grand place, but we would appre prayer; announcements; offering; motto adopted by the National Safe- .
a cnance to prove it.
Mrs. »olo, “Ninety and Nine,” Geo. Col- ty Council and by the Junior Safety
Price wrote from Nogales, Arizona, vey: address, "Methods of Approach Council, 'lhe latter will be a perma
We write Fire, Auto and Life Insurance.
which she says is a healthy place, to the Siamese Heart and How Th.ae nent part of the organisation ta th«
but almost barren and unbearably Methods Succeeded"; hymn 302; i’ortiand schools. It* purpose la to
or phone and we will be glad to ex
teach children the methods of pre
dry. When she returns here, which benediction; postludo
plain the rates, and the different policies.
will be some time in the late sum
Mr. White has spent seventeen venting accidents of all kind*. To do
mer, she would have her home-com years in Siam and is familiar with this a system haa been devised where
ing celebration an affair of home the people, their language, habits, by a safety council of from one to
Dos t put It off: coll TODAY,
lomorro* nwy be 100 LAN
Restaurant fare and es customs, religion and modes of life three pupils from each grade above
pecially as cooked in the small and thought. He will speak out of the third is formed. These commit
place* they have passed through, his rich experience as an itinerating tees meet at different time« with the
certainly do not add the pleasure of evangelist, pastor of churches and heads of tho organization in Port
we raima brakes wrtn
the pip. Mrs. Price will leave about head of the theological aeminary. land.
Hk8N they are instructed in
»ays and means of accident proven- ■
April 1 for her home inPennsytvania The lecture w1:; be spiced with inci
and will return here in early fall. dent* of peop'e, places and things.
lion and are expected to pass It on to
She also spoke of the ignorance,
At last month's meeting, held in
tilth, disease and poverty which ex
East, r Program
ists in some districts _
in the south
Mrs. Crum's class of boys and Washington high school, Prof. H. H.
TIRES and TUBES
and never again would ahe hesitate girls—the Swastika class—will eon- Herdman spoke to them and among
one moment to contribute to home tribute a pleasing number to the the many things he said were:
Thera are two kinds of accident*—
Easter program Sunday morning at
Millard avenue church at 10 o’clock. two groups, as it were— th« industrial
A group of girls from Miss Aimee accidents, which include« sawmills,
the Arleta library is a long Holingworth’s and Miss Thelma Via's logging camps, factories, etc. These
OILS and GREASE
list of new books, foremost among class will give a drill. A boys' chorus are taken care of by the workmen’s
them being “Erskine Dale, Pioneer," composed of boys from Mr. Wor compensation act.
Then there are Public accidente,
by John Fox, Jr., beloved as the au rell's and Mr. bean's class, led by
thor of “Little Shepherd of King Mrs. W. L. Ormandy, will also be a such as happen on thè strwt. in ths
dom Come” and others, though this pleasing number. Miss Strung’* class playground, in the homo, etc.
new book does not in any way re of girls have a drill and song and of city government ia doing all in ita
semble his previous writings. Ano course the primary and beginners
1 need or help. Mr. Herdman gave
ther new arrival at the library and will be out in full force. Miss Helen
very interesting to old and young Parrott. Miss Margaret Ormandy these figures, to impress upon their
especially those of high school age and little Esther Ormandy will re minds the vital necessity of careful
is called “Creative Chemistry”, by cite. William Ormandy will sing a ness. During the 19 month* America
50th and Powell Valley Road
Edwin Slosson. Next week the Her sole,. The decorations are in charge waa at war, 50,000 of our boys were
in round numbers. And war I*
■a aid will have more good books list of Mr Sander* and Miss Aimee Hn|- killed,
lingworth. which insures a beautiful a killing business—that I* Its busi
ness. Now, during those same 19
In the current number of the “Out church for Easter morning.
There are a lot of plans being promoted right
months, over here. In peaceful pur
look” is an article on public libra
and left that aim to give the fanner more
ties. The article is illustrated and a
Mis* Hartwell to Speak
money to grow and market his crops. Many
picture of our central library adorns
We who live in civilized lands in* ed in war numbered 200,000 here, 2,-
apt to think we are the only one. 000,000, men, women and children.
them are impracticable; but there’s good,
Last year 15,000 boy» and girl*
who have and enjoy modern and
reasoning in next week's issue of
fully equipped educational systems
The instruction will take up tha
Arleta school athletics have been It comes as a surprise to many to
held up on account of the inclement know that in Foo Chow. China, is a work in four groups: First month,
Games with Woodmere modem system of education—kind- traffic accidents; second month, home
and Kellogg have been postponed un ergardens,
high aceidfnts; third month, fire accidents:
til further notice.
Next Thursday ■ chools and colleges. This work is fourth month, playground and voca
they play Woodstock on Arleta bai! made possible and carried on by the tion accidents
E ARE A SALE AND SERVICE STATION
Special emphasi» waa laid upon
Prof. Spiers reports all missionaries. A union kindergarden
for Diamond Tires and Tubes; also Fisk
things quiet in his school. Many who training school is being conducted in “jay-walking.” Follow the rule; look
have been out recently during the which Chinese women are being first to the left, then to the right,
Fisk Tires and Tubes; with New Stock ot all
epidemica of chickenpox and measles made kindergarden teachers.
Mis* when crossing a street; it will pre
James H. Collins reports a long interview with
sizes to fit your car. We guarantee our tires and
are returning to school and the at Hartwell, whose father began work vent many accident*.
tendance is getting back to normal ir, Foo Chow seventy years ago and parked machines and street ears form
Bernard M. Baruch, whose suggestions on
give all service possible.
who was herself bom there 37 years blind corners «nd should be avoided.
marketing farm crops have been so widely
Jenkin* Family Burned Out
ago, can tell wonderful and interest
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
quoted during the past few weeks. His recom
Fire early Friday morning des ing things about the fascinating sub «•specially in this country of umbrel
troyed completely the home owned ject, China.
She will speak on las. is to always hold your umbrella
mendations are explicit, concrete, workable.
and occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Jen Chinese costume Sunday evening at above your line of vision, particularly
attention toward the «prriil»t
Mr Baruch's plan aim* to place
About 25 schools were represented
only their night clothes. For tern church.
the farmer on a fool in* of erjual
ing and profiteering that rob
at the first meeting, Arleta having
porarv shelter they are living in a
the farmer aru' consumer alike.
opportunity with the buyer in
You have no stauncher ally
the marketing of hia crop*.
62nd and 63rd avenue. A little boy
thi« great weekly of farm
T hb C ountry O bntlbman
Mrs. John Jahler, 5627 77th street,
Myers Garage and Machin» Shop
service. And a whole year of
has for year« l>een fighting
of seven years and two little girls of eiyoyed the program given by the safety first committee is aa follows:
Eighth grade—Donald Whittier.
Its guidance and help 82 big
toward »his end. It ha« advo
vounger age compose the family, Whitney boys’ chorus at the White
Raymond Kindorf, Flalnc Stokas.
cated earner and more liberal
iaauas—will coat you but
together with the parents.
It was Temple last week.
Seventh grade-Ralph EHe Jamoa
farm credit, it ha, helped tn the
81.00. And you can't invest a
reported that friends in the neigh
J. J. Handsaker, of the Near East
dollar to better advantage.
organisation of cooperative« of
borhood would club together and er relief, left Tuesday to visit his mo Fitzwater, Helen Parrott.
every sort. it ha» directed wide
Your check Is good I
Sixth grade—-Clara Wllker, Daisy
ect a temporary house on the prem ther at Eugene. Mrs. Handsaker is
ises. It was not learned how the 83 years old, and when the “grippe” Miller. Harvey Hunt.
Fifth grade—Harold Hildreth, Or-
It Will Earn Many Times Ita Coat
attacks one of that age it is a serious
matter. Mr. Handsaker hoped to vie Steele, Carl Roland.
Fourth grade—William Doht, Mar
get to her bedside before she passed
CANDIES MADE DAILY
garet Ormandy, Warren Fitch.
A good list of attraction* await the away.
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Clarke, who
patrons of Arleta theater beginning
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
5351 89th St.
S. E. Portland
Friday, March 25: Mary Miles Min live on 54th avenue, near 72nd street,
In the Circuit Court of the State
ter in “Sweet Lavender"; Rolin com are selling their place and are mov
edy, Paramount Magazine: Saturday, ing next month to Oak Grove Beach, of Oregon for the County of Mult
Charles Ray in "Paris Green”; two- where Mr. Clarke has purchased a nomah, Probate Department.
reel comedy, "The Shuffle Queen"; log cabin. They have a most delight
Notice is hereby given that the un
Burton Holmes travelogue; Sunday, ful site, among other thing* of beau dersigned, G. L. Buland Jr., has boen
all-star cast in "The White Circle”; ty and convenience being a 150-foot appointed by Honorable George Tax-
5814 Ninety-second Street
Mack Sennett comedy, "Don’t Weak beach in front of their cottage.
well, Judge of the Circuit Court of
Mr. and Mrs. Peterson of 7132 the Stat« of Oregon, for th« County
en”; Pathe New*.
Tuesday, Katherine McDonald in 53rd avenue have rented their home of Multnomah, Probata Department,
Except Sunday, at I^nt* station, "Curtain’’; episode II, “Fighting and are moving into the country. Mr. as the administrator of the estate of
"Beautifully Peterson has been out of employ Lillian Snell Timmons, formerly Lil
arrives at 7:3« a. m., 12:50 p. m., Fate”.
and departs at 9:20 a. m., 12:30 and Trimmed,” with Carmel Myers; two- ment for some time and thinks the lian Snell, deceased, and has duly
reel comedy, "Uncle Sam's Caboose”; country is the place to raise a family qualified as such.
5:30 p. m.
Screen Magazine. Thursday, Doro in the summer.
All persona having claims against
The patrons of the Arleta theater said estate are hereby notified and /
thy Gish in “Little Miss Rebellion”;
First-class Service Given Day
episode 3, "Double Adventure"; Star will be pleased to know that Mr. required to present tha same under
White's family are all very much im oath with proper voucher« tharafar
Every day ,2 to 6 p. m. Monday, comedy.
Close Proximity to Cemeteries
proved and recovering rapidly from attached, within alx month* from
GOOD FOR FIFTY VOTES
Wednesday and Saturday, from 2 to
Enables Us to Hold Funerals
Building New Bungalow
their recent illness.
the date of thia notice, to th« un
9 p. m.
at a Minimum Expense
C. W. Wagstaff. 7420 WooAttock
Mr. White made a flying trip to dersigned at the offic« of H. P. Ar
Mt. Scott Herald Trade-at-Home Contest
avenue, is building a fine looking Seattle Monday evening, retumng nest, 1210 Yeon Building, Portland,
burgalow on 61st avenue just east of Wednesday evening.
77th street. Mr. Wagstaff formerly
Mr*. J. McMilan Muir sang “The
5802-4 92nd SL
Data of first publication, March 25,
Mt Scott Herald, Lenta Sta., Portland, Oregon.
IF YOU WANT DRY WOOD
owned the four lots on that comer, Palms Sunday morning at Millard 1921.
including ths residence.
About a avenue church. Mrs. Ethel Woods
Date of last publication, April 15,
Please credit this coupon to:
MILLARD AVE. FUEL CO.
year ago he sold the residence and Lewellen accompanied her.
one lot and the new house he is now
Mrs. Ella Orton of Lenta wrote the
G. L. BULAND, JR.,
O. M Butler
L. C. Pullen
building will be a welcome addition beautiful words to a song sung by
Administrator of tha estate of Lil
Ice, Wood, Coal and Feed
George CoIvey Sunday evening at lian Snell Timmons, formerly Lillian
Millard avenue church. Mrs. Orton Snell.
Entertain Workers Conference
display* talent and all who heard the II. P. Arnest, 1210 Yeon Building,
Garden Plowing and Excavating
Rev. and Mrs. Henry White of song nope to have the pleasure of I Portland, Oregon, Attorn«/ for
<614 «1st avenue entertained the hearing more of her work soon.
Arleta News Notes
Lents Furniture Co.
Special to April 1
Cotton Felt Mattress,
I1ÌL Scott herald
Do You Realize that a Dollar or Two
See us before buying or trading.
You will find we save you money.
P. LARSEN, Real Estate, Insurance
MOVING R0SE CITY VAN
A. S. PEARCE
Sheet Metal Work
Are Y ou Protected?
Multnomah State Bank
Monagram & Veedol
More Money for Crops
T“ MAPLES GARAGE
AND AUTO REPAIR SHOP
L. L. CAMPBELL, Prop
Foster Road and Darrin Avenue
SQUARE DEAL CANDY STORE
Mrs. Bessie Leitch
Chocolate Mint Wafers, 40c lb
A. D, Kenworthy & Co.
.înh PrîntiîlO of the better class at
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