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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1921)
FKIKNDS CIH Rt H
tion of M
Pro-ection for Maternity and Infancy
Biola acb<K>l al 9:45 a m C: »rs rhiklrvn.
No. 5 won tl
yvr meering st
with 100 per cent prrrenL
« Mi rt’.e H mmcl. Ic.ider.
The Eiutcr program
¡1 >■< reo-
r at 7:30. Thia
dered Sunday evening
n>! sterx of the
promised, consisting of - t.
cisgs, recitation» bj l'.<
■rd; iHv invited to
en tim»' will gei
Albert Erskine has c’ .
prayer meeting thia week.
of the church will give a
At a buainisa m<
lai W dines.Isv. March 30,
church recently held die I
vh. O-. of the features
officers were elected L
fex-or G.tt'X'ski and his
year: Preddinr clerk .I T
son; Tvconhng clerk. F
c will lx narv have created a Jo ut congressional
statistical secretary. En,
Lunch committee to work In Washington for
organist, Lina Si uccr: :
the men. All
Dorris Mann; finance <■'
o this unique among them the She;«' I To» .-r bill
chairman and tn’a u'< . \
to provide jirotectlon for maternity
skine; other members of th<
Bru Fvans. I
and Infancy, Among the members of
tee. Alvin Theas Svdnev 1
Effie R. Tamplin.
the «'oiumlttee are Mis» Ethel Smith.
He is i
Systematic giving superinb
National Women-» Trade I’n «
league; Mrs. Kato Treuholine Abram»
’ Foreign miss unary committee: Cn
and Miss Lida Hnfford. General Ee l
»•ear, Effie R. Tamplin, Wm L'e 'in
eratton of Women's Clubs; Mrs. Kills
two years, Florence F>-. v S. ne-
Yo-t. Women's Christian Tynipenince
Lab; three years. Don-is Mann .
school class of the union; Miss Louise SLiiley. American
Home missions: Alice I. .'kc. Net
rtn church «erv the Heine Economies association; Mt»-
tie Littlefield. Vcbns Phi
be home of Mary OTm-'e. District of Columbi.'
Spencer. Tlirabeth Mann.
M. dred Boon, 69 t' 46th avenue Woman Suffrage ns- »Tati.m ; Mr-
Friday evening. Games and Maud Wo. <1 Park, chairman Nation«
Tamnlin, Violet Little <
: comprised the entertainment league of Women Voters: Miss Jean
Iwmh. I.ura Thomas.
Temperance committee: Mrs. Todd,
union sunrise praver mecti
Ruth Heacock, Albert B -.trig .
JI the Christi •in Er. ieavurers
who so kindly as i»ted u fn making
It. Scott district i II be held at the evening a s-cvesa. Th. offerin
Kerr Park Chri itir.a church or. amounted to a little over
Wilda Mann I
r morning at 7: '0. Menihers of
he churches in the district are
I*ri'f. H. H. Du: kl< b-’igvr m l
Literature comm’" < I
?d l this meet ng.
Arna Repp. Harry IJ ■
' S '• ■
e Christian cl l’-;reh is located ily had dinner with J.
family Friday night. t‘n' o. » ■
¡th avenue and < S9th street
berger is instructor i.i m,.:i em:i:; •
Bible school eonunittee: E al
in the James John high school. H
Mann, Mr. Todd, J. FL Sv-
came over to si” ’ at the Fx sngvlicc
fie R. Tamplin.
I’theva: Alvin Tb< r» s ''
church concert Friday night.
Easter Sunday «ill be observed
akine. 0. M. Tamplin. John M. Mann
with appropriate services. The pas
The average 'Mistante has twi
tor «ill preach an Easter sermon ani
conduct baptismal services. There points of rese mb lar.ee to un oil welt
will alto be s me special muaic.
She Is a gusher and as graceful as n
Sunday school at
The p*x»~ram given Friday- night derrick.
music and classes ' -
ages; M. Flier, jpe
was well .ttonded. The parts were
The latent confection Is the raisin
Children's Faster e-
a II well rendered and we take this op
o’elrck. Thi' v. ill b -
unity of again thanking those ette—the candy with a kick.
Haut ui. National Cuumimera'
M « I . mi M Pii.Ill;», Na
I F'e 'vi n¡on of rixdo-shMml amt
» Women'll cluha; Mrs, Arthur
" .itkliiM, X'nrloiml Omeros» of
8. o of th»"» orimnlxntlons are very
rii»> Cenemi Föderation at
W» on'» «'tubs is known to have n
nmmhershtp of nbout SokhkOOtt.
That tl«- n-v non of the country want
this bill passed I« evident from th«
/.».»I ..f |H-'tlh>ns presented to eon
cix---'. tn a single number of the Con
>i.'».¡»ini Ki. .ird are theoe |>e<ltlona:
F'' ’ Hill W 'i-n's club. Ne«' Trox
»• i • e, H 1,; Itsiroxxa club of Rock-
L > 111.: n"'lenta of Washington
■ > .’»tv Fu ; \\''tuiin'a Club of Dover,
N. il.: w otrnn's (Tub of New Imtv
N II.; W< eii'a City club of
ài«.; r. IL O. society. Ihireas
ed a»<| Mondar club vt IMeklnaon.
!< cinti of Ryder, N.
Mi- .1 a McCinmeil of Crack
T< ' «s, ctmir an County League
W<> . i Voti is; Itane County f'Vls.1
I.« sue of Women Votera; Woman's
Literary union Portland. Me.; Strva
tor (III.) I Federation of Parent nini
Ten. tiers' «•In -
Woman's Club of
Texas Federation of Worn
et. « ( ’I uba.
Speda, for SATURDAY
Fresh Salted Peanuts
15c per lb.
Classified Ads. |
The Arleta Club will give a dance
everv Tuesday night at the Arletn
W. O. W. Hall. Admission 25c Game
and have a good time.
high«: pomlb.e degree f rtiliim.
COMtar.tlr basr ay got!, trtd, •» it now
wc htvt tuccceded to a p: :
ranroducai, w R»-CtiATi», « --
ocher forma of rr.'-ric, w::h such Grity " •-
aay difercr.es. Our raccesa in re;
dng every quaiity cf the human voice ?.ss
some rather remarkable facta.
SAI E Genuine Rhixie la'nnd
I ’ at. ' ing e-gx. $1.00 per s-t
g. M-s P W Leslie. 7119 S5tl
tree», «?. F
• CAT •'lA'.'T TEACHER «ill giv<
:. corre of hl aie tesaons n ex
i’ in :<• fcr a baby bugg>, Ivy M
Kinney, 6228 92nd street.
EAR it! Prove— ■or disprove, our cki
that when listeniu , to the No’v Ec’j
you feel as if you
formance of the livir g ar L Let your L4T3
be the judge.
When you come we will show you proo
that the New E g
3 only pheno ;raph
that sustains th aci . t
, ■ -.en
with living artists. Thi.
—it would be good in ar
irt in the ’vorld.
T7Ae ^Phonogra pii T. í. í CL
Remember, if you are a music 1 er your
credit is good with us. P- ' carh or m¿ k : your
own terms. All wc a
c any .nan or
woman is a Genth
lent Let us
explain our Budget P:
f mple, com
mon-sense way of bi
¿a New Edisur.
MT. SCOTT DRUG CO
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, in and for the County of
H C. King Tyler, Plaintiff,
Julia Swift Tyler, Defendant.
To Julia Swift Tyler, defendant
Tn the name of the State of Ore
gon, you are hereby required to ap
pear and answer the complaint filed
against you in the above entitled
suit and court within six weeks from
the date of the first publication of
this summons, and if you fail to ap
pear and answer said complaint on
or before the 9th day of May, 1921,
the plaintiff will apply to the above
entitled court for the relief demand
ed in his complaint, to wit: For a
decree of absolute divorce forever
dissolving the bonds of matrimony
heretofore and now existing between
plaintiff and defendant, upon the
groiindS*of willful desertion for a
period of more than one year last
past, and preceding the date of com
mencement of thia suit, and for his
costs and disbursements herein.
Thin summons is published in pur
suance of an order of the Honorable
I. P. Kavanaugh, Presiding Judge of
the Circuit Court of the State of Ore
gon for Multnomah County, made on
the 25th day of March, 1921, direct
ing said summons to be published
oner a week for six consecutive and
successive weeks in the Mount Scott
Herald, a newsnaper of general cir
culation in the City of Portland, Ore-
Date of first publication, March 25,
Date of last publication, May fl,
ROBERT R. RANKIN,
Attorney for Plaintiff, 508 Platt
Building, Portland, Oregon.
IVY M. KINNEY
Teacher of Pianoforte
Studio, 5'228 92nd street. S. E.
TRADE AT HOME !
We assure Service and
and Right Prices
“The Best Meat at Lowest Prices”
the motto of
Eggiman’s ¡Meat Market
Built up layer upon layer of the finest rub
ber, welded together with the valve patch vul
canized in—not just stuck on—Goodyear
Heavy Tourist Tubes will not allow air to
Wc have them
* in all sizes. Each one comes
ROOM SHACK, hns pas and water,
wired f»r <1. ctricity: lot 50x128 ft .
as.orted fruits; price «650; small
ca.»h payment, balance monthly
payments. D. J, O’Connor, cor ‘.»2d
and Woodstock Ave Auto «26-75
HAVE «4 ACRE. 8 block« north of
l.'-id.i Junction, water and gas In.
Will trade for Ford or for lot on
'.'2nd St. Inquire Eagle Garage
Cedarville Park at Linncnian Jet.
|.<n -d under new management Soe
al dances every Saturday night. Cuen
1-piece orchestra. All well-disposed
young people invited. No roughness
of eny kind will be to’erated. Man
i gement A. F- Devereaux. C. C. Ran
Clipping front An
lished in the lead
ing magazines. It
is intensely in
teresting. Read it
or ask us For a
Friday, March 25
it* atl right or your money back
FOR SALE—Rhode Island Red act
ting hens. Phono 615-41 after 5
oi'xtty ’'-ir of nix líeles, ’eft In
la-nts library, sre st Herald ofTcv
*» nr» í«4» itifv. pay for this notice
and take a vay.
10 tf I
Near Car Line, 92nd St
SALE- White Leghorn «ani
fer hatchine. $6 00 per 100 F M
< albina Gilbert Sta., R. 8, Box 47«
that the moat acri... e e-.-s c-e _ sb!e :
LOST—Gold handled penknife; prxa r
ent to mall boy and valuable moat-
!y as a keepsake. Had ring attach
el fcr chain, R. turn to Herald of-
WE CAN SUPPLY O. A. C. Barred
Rock eggs for setting in incubator
lots or less; also babv chick«. Mrs.
F. M Marshall. 102nd St and 55th
Ave. Auto 643-53
FOR SALE—Modern 5-room bungn
low, furnace and fireplace; corner
lot; improved street. Modern. Au
to 642-40. Rarrain.
SQUARE DEAL CANDY STORE
D. C. Lewis, lawyer, 316 Board of
Trade Building; consultation frxv
confidential; phone Main 8667 ll-2tx
FOR SALE—R. 1 Red hatching eggs,
L I sc.
$t 50 for I,.
DRY F’lR WOOD «10 per cord
Phone 618-48. 5604 82nd St. 9 4t
FOR PAINTING. Kahomining and
paper-hanging, see R. M. Brash,
('>4011 89th St. S. E
WANTED Position taking care of
children by the hour. Call 5981
With street S. K.
WANTED—100 loads horse and cow
ML Scott Greenhouse,
Inc . 9502 67th Ave. S. E,
WIFI» Sewing, dressmaking, or
any kind of sewing. Work guar-
iintoed. Route 2, box «78, Lenta. It
WANTED Work by boy 13: give
him a show to make good; any
thing. Route 8, box 673. I «uta. It
TWO LUTS-hi Ixrnte. on Third A vs.
$500.00 cash. For particulars ad
dress 528 Rond St., Astoria, Oregon.
5811 N mt ty-second SL
AdverU’euionts undtr thia head
ng 10c per line first insertion; 5c
per line each nubseqnent issue.
Minimum charge, 25c
words to the line.
in a waterproofed bag. It will be
in perfect condition when you
want to use it.
Come to us when you need the
liest in tires and tubes.
The Lents Garage
AXEL KILDAHL, Proprietor
8919 Foster Road
Office: East 3230
291 Hawthorne Ave.
AUTO TRUCK HAULING CONTACTORS
CRUSHED ROCK, SAND and GRAVEL
Plant: Kelley Butte, 94 and Divi«ion Sts., PORTLAND, ORE.
PORTER W. YETT, Contractor.
The Lents Mercantile Co
Will promptly fill your ortArs from up-to-date GRO
CERIES, FRESH FRUIT, VEGETA B L E 8, T A B I. E
DELICACIES and other good things TO EAT. We carry
FIXJUR and FEED.
Special attention given to phone orders, and a new and
dependable deliveryman will get your purchases to you
TUR AIM la to PLEASE OUR CUSTOMERS.