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VOL. XIX, No. 14
students GIVE
Council Votes in Favor
of Improvement Project
School of Shoem ’ ’ , i f r Women
Franklin high school student* put
011 .1 H-IO-I cP!, ri.i.i iii.-nt I n J.,, .
ening, April 1, nt l<aurelwood Con
gradational church.
A pnrtcuiarfy
City Attorney Holds Sewer Must Be Completed Within I comical
stunt was called “Gigglln:;
(•ertrude." Vera Pratton as teacher
Ten Years or City Will Have to Pay Expense-
heard the various rendition« of "1
stood on the bridge at midnight”,
Vote is Three For and Two Against
etc, Hutei Wells said jt in a gig
gling way, clearly demonstrating
why she was call«*d "Giggling Ger
When George Rn<- appeared to out trudc." Heine May Lockwood, a
After three hour» of argument for
and again»! the const rm lion of the line his arguments against the im­ "Bashful Bettey," gave it accordin«
Foster Itoud tewer Uiv majorilj ol provement, the fireworks »tarted. He to her daacriptive name. Ix»ir Hand
the city council Wedheielay vole! to uxked by Burbur who n« r. pie siker, as "Mixed-op MBly”, told how
adopt City Comnii»»ionor Burbur» sented nnd rend it list of mini««. At she stood on the clock at midnight
roport, which recommended a resolu­ this time Bigelowr wonted him sworn ns the bridge,” etc. Norma Bickncr.
tion declaring the council » intention nnd nyuile n motion to thut effect. as “Wm-ping Winnie,” wept etfp0
I’lho mayor inquired of the city attor­ ly end audibly while »he told It in her
to proceed with the construction.
Mayor linker arid Commi»ilonvr» ney as to the council's power to com way. "Stuttering Stella,” port rave I
Bar bur and Pier voted tor the re pel Roc to take an oath and after a by Pauline Pratton, stammered and
port und Munn ami Bigelow uguinsl »e.’irch through the charter it was de­ stuttered thro’igh the nl'-ce as nat­
Little Miss IJe'«d, M
adoption, although both held that cided by the council thut they did not ural as life.
Mr. Rue then "StagestRirk Su»in," put on all the
they were not riintlng the posse*» such power.
improvement» but did oppoH 1i ach­ offered to be sworn. "I object," »aid flourishes possible and was very dra­
ing a project ol this type wiuiout Mann. "Why mai«e fleah of urn« and matic. It was a «cream and chock
fowl of the other? I think this is full of fun and laughter, each person
knowing tint the I mid outcome.
bODir time was lost while Mayor an insult to this man I never saw doing her part fine. Another stunt
linker coii»ult.-<| with the city at tor him until he appeared before thia on the program, entitled "The Doc
ncy to determine if the council had council a week or »o ago and 1 don't tor's Office”, showed Morri» Hand
legal pourer to »wear Mr. Rae. u wit- like hi» manner, but I think he is en saker hefng operatic! upon. He had opeiioil n I’litlj at Lt-hteni-:rg. < ¡ciu.iniy. The -chool bus been opened by
pain« in tne region of his stomach, the goveniiih-nt and 1» one of the means by which It 1» seeking to ease the di»
near in epimsiUon. nnd the outcome titled to fair play.”
was a decision that the council did
The mayor then reminded Munn which of course necessitated an oper- cu'itent throughout the cotpitry.
Arthur Amfirron iva» the
not possess such power.
that no one was demanding Rae be atnn.
At the outset a lengthy opinion sworn, but instead he had volun doctor and Pauline Pratton the nurse.
•■< led t» lake tllo oath. By this time Buttons were cut off und after the REALTORS REPORT
by the city atlonp-y covering ull un
> t! r e of
glei> of th«« sewer propel was rend Rae decided that lie woubfn't take it incision had bet -
Thia opinion h< Id that the city was and after some dlscuasion he was the victim'» distr,«» .,t<- i«e!d up to
view. A fish, un eel, a snake and a
legally empowered to u»«u■•« the cost (old to proceed.
in answer to Bigelow-'» aoestion, live crab were the various causes.
of a drainage at »tern »«r whi«
could not be u»vd for sanitary r.< « he said: “I want to *»v Sbsolutrl,- Butcher knives nnd pruning sh««ars
The following real e»tat>* trans­
A new prize .inner stepped to the
age purpoM«i. tpr a numbe ol year»
nd emphatically that I do not rep ■ ore very effective nts. At fers wi re reported '« the Herald this front
in the Herald tri.-io al home
,«nt the I' R. I. A I'. Co”
The city attorn*« ui»o bold tha
■ cek by Ix-nts realtor»:
contest, when G«na T. I«oeke. an
the city possessed legal power tv
It is believed that with the a«loi> i iu rt 11 upon his feet and shaken
eight year old buy, sun of .»lr. and
D. J. O'Connor
emptV drainage water into John-on •no of the revolution declaring the nto C"n«ciorsne»s.
i , G.
Loci e of 6115 93rd street,
'I he Junior Boy»’ Gbc Club of
Creek but warned the council that intention of the council to CunsttUCt
Glenn O. Hunter’« b-ro-'in hoi so turned
¿00 votes this week arid
when the project was once under the sewer, the Foster Rond improve Frankln gave sever d .ele'-’lon i nnd ..n I two lots, local, ' nt 8320 51tb ..on the in $. 131
prize. Gena is a scholar
taken it must 1« conn «U k I within a inent project controversy will re«' several piano soloa bv various per­ aronue, to Shepherd M. Str«-—rt.
m room
*2B gvude of Iwnts »chooi,
reasonable number <•( «ears, aav t< n. for a time. Sixty dnys will be al formers concluil,«) a very »ucc.s«ful
Mr. Schwdtrcris house nn 99th and
i» uinmg iur California fur a
ami if any part 4« abandoned the lowed for rem, n»trance« to be filed and pleasant evening.
tieet ard nvewe, tn Jamut visit of a month today.' The hustling
At Sunday school Sunday. April < ¡e,l"ghor.
burden of baying would fall upon th, after which th,« council must again
young man informs the contest man-
Upon thi» section Comi» ion
•t on the protect before a contract *9. th,« children will again ehnoss
Dr. Stryker’» house and ’» acre, ar. r that he coatemplate» buying a
er» Munir and Bigelow bused their
‘heir favorite »onv» fin 1 have an «.
m be let. •
located at 9611 43rd avenue, to J. A. ¡joy’s wa«ch to carry with him on the
jvvable xongfcjt
“Black Man in Senske of Sandy.
negative votes
juunwy and the Herald hopes he en­
White Man’s Africa” is the title of
A communication from the Mt
Protest to County Commissioners
Mr. Lund’s property nt 970" Gilbert joy» the fruits of his inditstrv, for a
Scott Improvement Club wa» r>«a<l
A formal protest, «igne i bv about an illustrated lecture to be given b' Road to John H. Moure
atch r .
- « uoy of Gena s
and tiled. Another from the county 100 resident« of the district lying '•rs. Hanilsaker ut 7:«90 t>. m. Sunrla -,
Eirhtv acre highly improved farm
and age. duub'y so because he
commissioner» regarding the tearing near en»t 92nd street nnd Foster
of A. F Grey in Yamhill eounty t> size
amed it himself.
up of 92nd streol. u county road, in Rond, was fil««d with the county com LENTS BOYS HAVE
Chas. Smith.
The conleat standing is as follows:
order to lay th,« sewer, was r- fvrreii m’ssioners Monday, flaking that the
Clarence O’Neil ............... . ....380.90t)
to Commissioner Munn for action.
board request the citv to construct
N. J. Driscoll and. v ife, to J. IL Margaret I witch-.............. ....336350
City Engineer Laurgnard «... n»k its proposed savor system along
(Jena T. Ixxke...........
Cox, lot 1, block 2, Pinehumt
... .146,750
ed if he had devised any les» expen fir me »tro,t other tlum 92rd .«’reef.
Up to dale, the Ixmts school base-
R. Stanz to D. Ilevek, lot 9. block Guidon Ogsbury .............. ....120300
sive plan for draining the district
The objection is that 92nd »tree* uall team lias playtxi six league
laiuhn«« Aioore
... 85.050
Highland Park.
an<l explained one which called for •« hard sttrfared and a countv road. games, winning three ami losing the
■S.amucl Sw >nson to Roy 1«. Lang. M,s. B. r. J..1U»............. .... 61,500
37 sumps being constructed Ivt <’<«r T',« refiid, nts represented in the ne same numlwr.
'llie first game wax 1. •
bl ■’ 2. y. $ «tt Par'
«2nd and 72nd »trecis ut a cost of tition nroxented ask that the sewer played on the Arleta grounds. Ar­
Mi.-s H-iui Kanne.......... .... -3,400
Weiss to Peters, lots 3, t and
about $70.(MX) He could not guuran
laid in n city atroci. 1« I.. Ix«v eva-winning after the Faints boys block
4, Mt. Scott View. *■ —
tee this pion, nnd it was toon lost in
oq, Giaco building, presented nod iui apparently safe lead.
Lucille Dugan .................
C. E. Ktrnrii
the »huffl,«
th.« petition
second game was played at Wood-
C. E. Kcnnedv trad«-d two lots at
mere and the home teain won. ti to 1.
For next week’s contest th nani-
Woodstock met us on our own
of J. W. leone.
Kern Park plum
Mrs. T. V. Caldwell of 5804 !Mt':
Mr. Pomorv «er, I as l-ien selected.
for our third game and de- horn«« on 90th street.
Mr. T,ounei
street is visiting friends in Seattle < <u>undi
outed us in a i,M>»el.v playexi game,
.« a pl mb >• of e'perienc.-
nc and his
Mr». Po»t of 85th n'rtM'l in ven for u few days.
1!» to 13. During the latter part of
patrons ia th« Kera F..
i. i/hhor
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. G. Samuel visited die game the l.enls bo vs seemed to /Add«*rton Estate to G H. Colo, |ot hoed have no fault to find with his
Albert Hilberg took oit a buildin
g» t together better and hit tile ball.
work or charges. His headquarter-
permit this week to erect n residence 'and Sunday.
They have kept this up in the otiier soon.
are at 671" Fest, r Road. Kind the
The Mt. Scott chapter, O. E. S . en* .times played and allow promise now
at 41.10 65th street.
mi slng letter which go to mal-« un
They hot«m 90th «treet to D. C. Evans. ■is name in the contest ads on p;t~<
O. W. Priest i« erecting r> •l<l< n<i tertained Worthy Matron Ida Um- ol beroming a strong nine.
played Richmond here for the fourth
•h-ce nnd s-nd in your answer . ¡th
valued al $421M) fir t! «■ I'1 o nt 1'11 back yesterday.
coupons to the Herald.
Mr. and Mr». Fred Deitz were Sun­ game, winning l.> to «. In the s«»c P.-T. ASSOCIATION
and 4228 72nd street.
game witn Arleta we won after
Mr* darn Orninndv of Millard day visitor» at the home of Mr. and ond
in extra inning, 10 to 9 This game
avenue attended to bunin«■■.« matter» Mrs. A. C Sellers.
also played on our own grounds.
!r. nnd Mrs. E A llumlin of 78. "0
in l«cnt» Wednesday.
►4th Avenue, »pent Sunday with mond on their grounds, the .-core be
Th.- W. C. T. U. will meet wit
Mm McKinley, 0127 I'.’nd tree'. on
1 Le next regular meeting of the
The ML Scott Greenhouse, at 9502
ng 11 to fi in favor of lents. The
Tuesday, April 12, at 2;3O p. m All
Mrs. Romer, a former resident, lineup of the nine has varied littl«« parent teacher association will lie 67th avenue, was purchas'd
are invited to nt tend.
no living at Camas, Wash., is at- in the games. The following has held in the assembly room at Lents y four men experienced in the busi­
All ness and they are now prepared to
The Ladle* of the G. A. R. will tending to business matters in l«nts <e««n our mo»t successful placing of school, April 15 at 2:4.5 p. in.
hold a silver 'ea at the home of Mr*. thia week.
he boyt: Clayton ll.-dl, 2b: Carlyl«» members are urged to be present, as sorye the public. The company,
'«•hich has been incorporated, has the
Hansherrv, INW 60th avenue, on
Mr». M. T. Hawkins returned Mon­ Cox, 3b; Richard Huebier, lb; Ocie this will be an important meeting.
Mrs. Graham, dean
the Girls' ollowi' <i officers: Ad. Gustafson,
Thursday. April 14.
day from Brownsville, Oregon, whera Moire, p; Sebastian Roth, rf; Chas.
Mr. and Mr». Cheater MeGre r left «he attended the funeral of ter ir Gtisneas, ss; Willinni Parr, If; Geo. Polytechnic school of Portland will ’resident; M. Ulin, vice president;
• Trrnarv, c.
Centerfield ha« been give a talk to the mothers, t he room G. Bergoian, secretary; O.'IW. Nel­
Thursday by auto for a brief viait le. the lute Lincoln Kirk.
th«« largest number of moth­ son, secretary. These gentlemen all
with relative» in Sttnnywide and Wai
Attention is called to the .« pcci.'il ill «d b/ several boys but as yet it having
in attendance will hi« given five ere 100 per cent American, make
In Walin, Washington.
advertisement of Manx A Mfrwald. « anybody’s place. Leonard Thilke. ers
of salted peanuts as first their homes in this locality and are
They have t'eo. Roth, Alfred Lytle, lx«stcr Sul­ pounds
Harold Domer, aon of Mr. and Mr*. ailora, in this issue.
prize and tlie room having the next in every way deserving of ver pot-
E. A. Domer of 4845 94th • tr< < t, ba
erst have all had a try at it in some largest number will be given a pot­ i mage. See their ad elsewhere in
irone to Walla Walla in the intereat
I*. E. Reed has added a new Ro one
this issue.
ted fern as s'corn! prize
or other of the games played.
of n correspondence school.
ublic truck to hi» transfer equip
A short program will be rendered,
Mr». R. J. Tus»cy is »lowly rccov ment and is better prepared than ev- RO \DM kSTER'S CREW
which will b«« published in full next
r to accomodate his numerous cus­
cring from an attack of n»nendici
week. Mrs. W. L. Hoff will act as
ti*. Mr* E, A Allen of Sherwood, tomers.
chairman of the refreshment com­
Two of the Lents teachers have
niaee of Mrs. Tuaacy, accompanied
Elijnh Cox «.nd wife, recently from
1 ocn appointed by City S iporintcnd-
A crew of men from the county
by her Son Oliver, Is attending the Spukan
The hard times ball given by the ent D. A. Grout to serve on the book
''•'»h . visited their brother,
r. Ct
... i .amity this week. They rordmaster’a department has been at parent-trncher association Saturday ■onimittce during the com ng year.
this week repnirin-r 92nd street night wus the most successful, as
Mr». E. A. Hamlin entartnlnel of eft T'lursduy for their new home in r eric
B. A. Thaxter is chairman or the
I this is only the forerunner of ell as the last, to be given this sea
(lent of Shiloh circle and Dept. Pre» New! erg, Oregon.
ommittee to select history books.
considerable work in ths locality,
Mrs. Carrie Courier March 24 and
Chis. Wurdc ft Sou, 5T02 92nd now that tho weather is favorable to son. Mrs. W. H Kepcha won lad­ Mrs. Ruth Darnell is chnii.nan of the
ars’ first prize, a serving trsy. and committee to select nrithrretic.
Reuben Wilson post on March 31. street, have ll.eir new paint and wall street improvement operations.
Miss Trask second prize, a ticket to
Imnchoon was served and those pre: paper establishment finished and oc-
Mr. Kirkpatrick, citv club leader,
Allen «Grieb I visited the Lents school Monday,
ent report a very plensant time.
:upicd. It is a nont little place and ne-essary to eradicate the rough I he Baker theater
Mr». A. H. Nelson of ««17 «1st is soon a- their wall paper arrives spots, a top dressing and binder ap won men's first prize, a flashlight, supplementing iris talk with a movie
street entertained the C; rd Club at from the c ist will notify the Mt. plied nnd then the street rolled. The and George Cross won second, a tic­ or, chicken raising.
Miss Cowgill, state club leader
a one o’clock luncheon Thursday af­ Scott district through the columns woik is being done all nlong the ket to the Baker theater.
spoke to the girls of the sewing c ub
Those present were Men of the Herald.
street where necessary from n point
dames Harry Porter, F. M. Peters
G. E. Ixicke and family are leav north of the schoolhouse to jest op
J. S. Bailey, Clyde Gracbal, John i ng thia week for San Diego. Cal., posit«« the ««meter».
Mrs. Mary E. McRoberts died on BRUCE EVANS UNION MEETING
Smith, W. G. Pringle and Fnn Neil on a business trip.
While in the
Tho roadmaster's office informs
south they will visit Mr. Locke's the Herald that there will be other Thursday, March 31, of paralysis, at
home of her youngest s n, Roy
Bruce Evans will conduct a union
Lee Wood worth, son of Mr and rother. V. M„ nt Los Angeles. The work done in the Is«nts localty as the
McRoberts, 10«ih str'et and 4Rt)i meeting Sunday night at the Lent?
Mrs. C. C. Woodworth, former resi iatter is well known in Lents, hav soon as the rock crushing plant at avenue.
deceased o M eighty M. E. church. Mr. Evan« is «aid to
dents of Lents, is renewing ncqtiain- ing resided here for several years Kelly Butte is plnced in operation years old The
last October and the mo­ be a bright, sympathetic and convinc
Gilbert Rond will receive attention
tanceshlp with old friends and school I efore moving to Ix>s Angeles.
ther of Six childreh. five sons living, ing speaker and a' Singer and com­
mates here, after an absence of five
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. H. Oatman of from tho crew«, altho'irh it may be
eldest residing in Albi ria. Cana poser of ability. He will be support­
years. Mr. Woodworth L with the (•921 80th street are an joying a visit six weeks or two months before the the
Melvin of I'asco. Washington. ed by a large choir from the Baptist
coast guards and stationed nt the from their sons, P. H ard L. B. Oat county can. attend to this thorough­ da.
Gilbert of Jefferson. On i; n: Elmer and M. E. churches.
There will b««
mouth of the Columbia river.
men. P. H. and family drove down fare.
C. of Albany. Oregon; and Roy Mc­ services every night excent Saturday
D. E. Baumgardner, deputy county
Roberts of Lents. Funeral services next week, beginning at 8 o’clock.
ansernor, was making hljf rounds in L. B. nnd family came from Stock
were held Ti sedav •iftirn '- ’i at 2:30 Those in charge advice that while all
ON TUESDAY AFTERNOON o'clock, in the Kenworthy chapel. are welcome it would be advisable to
thia locality last Tuesday.
Mr. 11 ton, Cal. The young men are seek
and the water Mai
I out a . ng a location in Portland.
Rev. Sibley of the Methodist church come enrly in order to be sure of a
Th-.« Five Point Club of the O. E. officiating. The remains « ere takan seat.
relationship, hnving both lived in
Ray H. Gaston, a former resident
Iowa ami Nebraska in the pioneer of Ix-nts, well known throughout S. met Tuesday at the home of Mr« to Lapsing, Mich., for interment.
day» of those two »tales and experi this vicinity, returned recently from John Hanken on 70th street for' one
enced trials and t
n .... Vancouver, Wash., and ha« op-med a o'clock luncheon. Those present wore
to be forgotten. But he didn't volnn grocery store nt 8830 Woodstock av­ Merd.imes Toulsc Sudcrstrom. R. R.
Saturday, April 9, the grange will
teer to reduce out lisessment on nc enue.
Sylvia Gage of 103rd street and hold their regular meeting. The first
Mr. Gaston has a large ex McClurg, O. A. Iles«. Margaret Jones,
count of it.
perience in the grocery business and Emma Rush, Katherine Detnier. Le­ 50th avenue, died April 4, aged 46 and second degrees will be conferred
McFadden, Etta Chisholm, Slur I years.
Funeral services were held at the morning session.
At twelv«'
Mr. and Mr». J. C. McGrew wore know» ho to give satisfaction to all na
E. Connell, Marion Boater. Delia nt Kenworthy chapel April 5 nnd In­ o’clock dinnrr in the usual gra«ige
hosts this Week to Mr. and Mrs F l customers
ward Halloway, of Zanesville. Ohio,
The Jolly Ixit Club enjoyed the
John Howe. Echo McCord, E. etery.
lecture hour will be at 2:30 A. G.
who have been »pending the winter genial hospitality of Dr and Mrs. Slov.
Clark, of the Associated Industrie:!
in Pasadena, Cal., stopping here on Lundberg Friday evening. Among
club will meet again in May
of Oregon, will bo the chief speaker.
route to their home.
Mr. Halloway those present were Mr. anti Mrs at The
Tn addition .the following program
and Mr. McGrew were schoolmates Walter Baker. Mr. and Mrs. T. C.
but had not met since they were hoys Cox, Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. Dilly, Mr. John Howe will be assistant hostess. 'X nurse containing ?9 ir cash and will 1 h > rendered: Piano solo. Miss
a goki watch were stolen from Mr«. O’Brien; piano duet, Dorothv an!
Dalns Sidwell and family of 45« F. nnd Mrs. Fred Hodge nnd Earl
Mrs. Unlce Kramer of Newberg Edith Steele of 6’15 4-1th avenue, a.« Riehard Hoss: reading. Carol H *rh
26th street, nephew of Mr. Halloway, Hodge, Dr. nnd Mrs. C. S. Ogsburv, was
the guest of Mrs Elizabeth Frick she was attending a church meeting
aciompnnied his uncle while visiting Mrs. Richard Smith, Margaret Smith of tho
Mt. Scott ice cream parlor Tuesday afternoon, according to her dent ni the A. M Schuff Pro - esrive
Mr. and Mrs, McGrew.
nnd Mrs. Moore.
last Sunday.
report to the police.
School of Music.
Social happenings at
Arleta and Kern Park
Many Affairs of Interest to Community Related in En­
tertaining Way by Correspondent
of the Herald
Mrs. Sara Garside Die»
I Mrs. Sant Garside died Wednesday,
: March '!<>, fallowing a serie» of op-
' oration.?. Death cccurred at the res-
i<bri cc of her daughter, Mr». Hawic-
I mt Funeral service« were in charge
of Miller A Traeey. Burial was in
‘ Mt. Scott cemetery.
Rev. Tate, an
old friend of the family, officiated I
at the »ervices, assisted by Rev. F. I
H. Mixsell of Anabel Presbyterian
. Christian Endeavor Program
The following people from this dis­
trict were among the many who en­
joyed the all-star program at the au­
ditorium Monday evening, April 4,
under the aaspices of the Christian
Endeavor societies of the city, who
took this method of raising funds to
send delegates to New York this
summer: Mrs. F. E. Crum and
daughter Gladys, Mrs. Glen Sanders,
Mrs. Geo. Colvey, Mr. and Mrs. R.
D Armstrong, Mrs. Misenheimer,
Woodmere School Notes_____ Avon Dean, Marion Holmes, Mrs. J.
Pupils of the Woodmere school are H. Zehrung, Edwin Zumwalt and Ber-
busy on their musical appreciation andine Martine.
contest. A team of 15 will represent
Women of Woodcraft Entertain
the school at the auditorium and 12
Arleta Camp No. 805, Women of
more pupih will attend as audience.
On Saturday most of the music will Woodcraft, entertained about 300
be played at Sherman Clay’s music members, their families and friends,
house and all pupils are invited to in their hall Thursday evening of
last week. The chairman of the ev­
The base’:all team played Wood- ening was W. F. Mahan and the fol­
stock on Woodstock ground» April 4. io program was given after
and won by a score of 18-3. They which a delightful dance finished the
also won a game from Richmond on eiening's fun. Duet, Floyd McKin
Arhjta grounds April 1.
The bovs sey and Violet Devers; vocal solo,
representing Arleta in baseball are: llo Wilson; duet, Urdine and Maxin««
Chaz. Stader, Raymond Richter, AH son; piano solo, Miss La Verne
«lie «¡ore Snudi, Carl Holtman, Har- A!.i,on; vocal solo. Ora Hank; trio
.ey Brown, Clyde Hoes, Leslie Chris­ selection, Geo. Colvey. Chas. Mollet
and W. F. Mahan; address on Wood-
tenson, Raymond Fyock.
The school is much pleased with . rraft. Head Manager J. O. Wilson.
the beautiful copy of the "Cause" ■
Arleta Theater Program
picture, “The Treasure Jar.”
It is*
27x22 inch««« in size and . as bought I Al Arleta theater the ;>atrons will
by the parent-teachers.
It will be: b« especially favored this week by
hung in the room having the best - an unusually fine program. On Fri­
representation of mothers at the par-' day, April 8. will be Constance Bin-
ent-teachers meetings.
ne_> in “Something Different; Satur­
Room 17, grade 7, is the proud day, April 9, John Barrymore in
nossessor of a beautiful reproduction “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”; Sunday,
in color of Gibberts’ ‘George Wash- April 10, a Rex Beach picture, “The
‘ngton.” It was given as a reward North Wind’s Malice”, by an all-star
for highest attendance, they having cast, including Vera Gordon and Tom
an average of 96.6 per cent for last Santsehi; comedy, “His Youthful
sem ««ter.
Fancy"; Monday and Tueswiay, Chas.
Miss Canning’s room won a reward ' Ray in "19 and Phyllis”, episode 13,
for no tardiness during the last sem-1 ‘Fighting Fate”; Wednesday, Tom
Th«« picture, which is 27x22 I Moore in “Officer 666” and the com­
'rehes in size, is a copy of “The Pri edy, “laughing Gas”; Thursday, El­
mnry School,” in color, by Geoffry.
sie Ferguson in “Ijidy Rose’s Daugh­
Tne boys and girls are enjoying ter”. The patrons o'f the theater will
■ heir out of door organized play and be pleased to know, as many already
-yninastics. M>ss Canning and Miss do. 'hat all pictures shown in Mr.
E ing are in charge of. the physical White’s house are all passed by the
Aork in the school.
local board of censors.
The domestic art class are making
aprons just now. and are trimming
Daily Vacation Bible School
:hem in their own handiwork, in
a meeting held Sunday after-
On April 1. Mi’s Godwin played n«'on at Luckey Cottage, tentative
many numbers in the music memory nlans were made for a daily vacation
icntest for the pupils of the higher i 3ide school, or rather two of them.
T..des. Sh6 will play again this One is to be held at Lents and one
at Arleta.
The committee on ar­
Friday at 3 p. m.
On April 15. Prof. Sweetzer, of rangements for the Arleta district
' c U. of O.. will come to talk to the ■vere Mrs. E. O. Shepherd, Mrs. J. J.
■hiidren on the “Conservation of the Handsaker, Mrs. J. H. Zehrung, C.
«'■'ild Flowers of Oregon.” Al! mo- C. Hessemer, Mr. Pratton and Dr.
The committee for Lents
hors are most cordially invited to Finnell.
district is Mr. Flier, H. P. A meet,
it tend.
and two others
Woodmere school plans an enter-
» nment on the evening of May 1. « names the reporter did not
Mr. Harvey Scheuerman will
1" e primary department will have get.
•Large of the first part of the pro­ be chairman e.x-officio of both com­
gram and the second part will lie mittees. Further plans will be pub­
riven by the intermediate depart­ lished as they develop.
Arleta Library Notes
On Friday, April 1. at noon, in the
children’s lunchroom, the pupils of
At the Arleta library is an up-to-
Miss Ewing's room surprised her date display of poultry books, very-
vith an especially fine luncheon: in helpful to the suburban resident at
fact, some of those present called it this time of the year. , There is also
a young banquet.
Miss Wro«!burn a ccllectii n of books for children and
ind Miss Hart assisted the children books on birds, and a corresponding
and everyone had a delightful time. collection of books fr boys on bird
The State Federation of Women’s houses. Of great interest to many­
Clubs will hold a convention at Pen­ will be a book by the late John Bur­
lieton soon, to which the presidents roughs: “Camping and Tramping
if the various parent-teachers asso­ with Roosevelt." Malcom W. Davis’
ciations are eligible. Woodmere is book, “Open Door to Russia” is ano­
Manning to send Mrs. Frank Peters. ther new one, as is also Herbert Ad­
On April 19 the Raker Theater Stock- ams Gibbon's "Life of Venizelos".
Company will present “Th«« Trail of "Points of Friction” by Agnes Ripp-
he Lonesome Pine”, tfnder the aus le’ar and Nathaniel Mervin’s “Hills
Dices of the parent-teachers of Port of Han” complete the list for this
’and. Tickets are\ for sale by each week.
narent-teacher association and a good
ime is assured all.
Creston Sch«iol Notes
Things are progressing nicely at
Arleta Mock Trial
Creston school. The parent-teachers
Ira G. Purdin of Arleta was con have bought or are buying a moving
.icted (in mock trial) March 29, at picture machine. The demonstrator
Arleta Baptist church, of "fishing put on Mary Pickford in “Rebecca of
«ut of season on Foster Road” *Hifl Sunnybrook Farm” the afternoon and
jury was composed of Mr. Davies, evening of March 30. Saturday ev­
foreman; Mr. Stevens, Mr. Kavan­ ening, April 2. a very successful
augh and Mr. Fortune.
Witnesses dunce was held in the school auditor­
for the defense were Sidney Brasure. ium This (Friday) evening a film
;i'ias Goldstein, Harry Sherman and by Fatty Arbuckle will be the attrac­
Mr. Payne. The prosecution had as tion. It will also be given in the af­
witnesses C. C. Hessemer, W. E. ternoon.
Whitman. Irvin Heinrichs and Owen
Following are the members of the
ay. Moonshine was greatly in ev­ •irst team of Creston: Pitcher«,
idence at the trial and many and va­ Chas. Roland and Richard Averill;
rious were the serious charges re­ '‘-her. Bert Vincent; first base,
garding its use and abuse. The jury Carl Miller; second base. Jonn Fiti-
found the prisoner guiltv and sen­ er; shortstop, Bovl«« Walden; third
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tenced him to vote for and to work
or the Fester Road imnrovcment.
The house was packed and a splen­ REBEKAH LODGE ELECTS
did evening enjoyed by all.
The stunt was out on by the Ar­
leta Business Men’s Club.
At the regular meeting of Eureka
Peliekah lodge 178 Friday evening,
Mt. Scott Mental Culture Club
Mrs. J. E. T.arson was elected dis­
At the Arleta library on April 7. trict denuty president and delegates
the Mt. Scott Mental Culture Club were chosen to attend the grand
will meet.
The patronesses will he lodge, which will be held next month
Mrs. I eRoy and Mrs. Webb.
The nt Albany. Those delegates chosen
subject for study will be “Birds ” A were Mrs. J. E. Larson, Mary Grie-
paper by Mrs. Sadie Orr-Dunbar., hee and Clara Smiler.
"Oregon's Contribution to Birdlore”
At the close of the business ses­
will be interesting. Mrs. R. D. Arm sion the members played five hund­
strong will read a paper on “Oregon red. Fanny’ Deskv won first prize, a
Pirds.” Roadimm by Mr». Webb and silver necklace, and Mrs. Hnhler the
Mrs. Griff will also be a part of liooby prize, a tov automobile. For
the program. The club is an inter the men Clvde Fox wa« given first
o’ting anil growing organization and prize, a deck of playing cards, and
the member', enjoy many pleasant Fred Hodge the booby prize, a toy