Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923, April 15, 1921, Image 2

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Arleta News Notes
Lents Furniture Co
(C«>ntinued from first page).
Arleta Personal»
Mr*. Fanny Rawson of 71324 55th
avenue visited in Rose City Park
Wednesday and Thursday of this
See Us Before Buying or
Trading Your Furniture
Mr*. Wm Bender of the Millan!
avenue district is recovering from a
recent illness.
Mr. and Mr». Dewey and family of
“Chewey Acres”, southeast of Lanta,
were in town Sat unlay with lovely-
butter. eggs and cream. They for­
merly lives.! at Mtn! avenue and 72nd
street. Mr*. Dewey expects bounti­
ful crops of fruit ami berries this
spring.
Leo Cucy of Eastwood spent a
pleasant weekend with his uncle and
¥r’ an<* ■'*rs- Alton Conner* of
Millan! avenue.
Mrs. John Holme* of 7704 57th av­
enue enjoyed a visit from her sister.
Mrs. Archer, and her mother. Mrs
Bain, recently Mrs. Rain has been
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first visit to
"Orxlntere in many months.
WE SAVE YOU MONEY
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P. LARSEN, Real Estate, Insurance
6702 Foster Road
Business Aut 610-79...............
Residence Main 3359
PHONES ...........
Arleta Wins Slugging Bee
In a slugging bee Sun.lav after-
r?’" n’kith* Arl?u diamond the Ar­
leta Athletic club nine defeated the
Amencan Legion post No. 1 nine, 17
to 9. Manager Kracke of the Legion
team used two pitchers and then took
a turn in the box himself in an at-
So
MOVING ROSE CITY VAN
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You Out of the
Move
IVe Can
OneWay from Portland to Lents
Muddy Street
Phone 612*69
COAL
U22 Foster Road
See
7°.bT ran<1 kHar,i’ fOr Ar
TV
Z*‘*k f?r the ,e»lun team
The latter was the first man up in
L i. contest *®d slammed the first
tMUI over for a circuit clout
A. S. PEARCE
9111 Foster Road--Lents
Phone 619-13
fur all kinds of
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C. Walter
..¿if®- R-, C , Walt«r. wife of R. C.
*•‘£[1 Tho.ha’na ~»l *’Ute ou.ee
office
at 5M3 hooter Road, died I suddenly
suddenly
at her residence Sun«lay. Mrs
Mrs. Wsf-
Wal-
.»bo
4« years old. leaves a
•‘tuily of young children, two girls
tfitT« boys. She was a member
of the b^istem Star lodge-
Burial
»as Thursday, April 14. with ser-
vices at 2 p. m. at Ierch’s funeral
- Rev;
of Anabel
I’resbytenan church, had charge of
tne services.
Sheet Metal Work
I make Copper. Tin and Galvanized Wash Boilers.
Champion Chicken Founts. Hoppers. Feeders. Metal Hens’
Nests. Trap Nests. Brooder Canopies, &c. Stoves, Pipes and
Elbows. I can save you money on Furnaces.
All Work Guaranteed.
Repairing a Specialty.
MOTOR
REPAIRS
*nu,nc
DIAMOND AJAX
TIRES and TUBES
Monagram & Veedol
O/LS
and GREASE
Welding—Brazing
GRIBBLE BROTHERS
CRESTON GARAGE
SO th and Powell Valley Road
Phone 616-62
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Ti= MAPLES GARAGE
AND AUTO REPAIR SHOP
E ARE A SALE AND SERVICE STATION
for Diamond Tires and Tubes; also Fisk
risk Tires and Tubes; with New Stock of all
sizes to fit your car. We guarantee our tires and
give all service possible.
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OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Phone:
L. L. CAMPBELL, Prop.
614-48
Successors to
Myers Garage and Machine Shop
10004 Foster Road and Darrin Avenue
Millard Avenue Meeting
uxn _Triday evening, April 1, at the
Millard avenue Presbyterian church,
w as held the regular annual dinner
and business meeting of the church.
The dinner, to which 125 were guests
was supervised bv Mrs. F. E. Cram
who was ably assisted by Mm. Fred
Reese, Mrs. Glen Sanders and Mrs
liabuck and Mrs. Huckling Tables
were arranged and decorated an i
dinner served by Mrs. Chas Deme-
er. Mrs. Gordon and the Misses Ra-
buck. Decorations were yellow daf
fodi's and daffodil-trimmed napkins,
with yellow baskets as favors. The
moderator of the evening was Rev
Mr. MacCluer of Rose City Park
church. Reports from various com­
mittees were made as follow*: Treas­
urer, F. E. Cram; secretary. Glen
Sanders; Sunday school work. Mrs
J. H. Zehrang; senior elder. Mr. J.
H. Zehrang: music. Geo. Colvey;
primary department. Inez Ford; jun­
ior boys. Wm. Worrell; Manse fund,
Mrs. W. L. Ormandy; missionary
president, Mrs. R. D. Armstrong;
secretary. Mrs. Glen Sanders; C. E.
society. Edwin Zumwalt; Mrs. Cram’s
class. Helen Elhert, who reported a
flourishing class, called the Swasti­
ka”, which recently bought and paid
for a new range for the church
kitchen, on which the delicious din­
ner was cooked. W. L. Ormandy re
ported the progress of the Welfare
club of the church. Guests of honor
were Rev. Mr. MacCluer, Rev. and
Mrs. Boudinot Soeley, Rev. and Mr*.
Henry White.
The enjoyable even­
ing closed by the audience singing
“Blessed Be the Tie That Binds,” led
by Mrs. Colvey.
Whitney Boy«’ Chorus
Not many are familiar with the
i fact that the Whitney Boys’ Chora*
is closely allied with this district,
Here are some interesting facts re­
, garding it. The first three members
of the Portland chorus of Whi tney
' boys were boys from this district :
i Frank Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs.
, W P. Smith of 4320 47th street;
I Richard Averill, son of Mr. and Mr*
I E. A. Averill, ">304 39th avenue, and
j David Richards.
From that small
group in less than four months the
| chorus has grown to 250, 45 of whom
; an our neighbor boys, so to speak,
I and whose names are given below.
It is also of interest to know that
! when the first sextette was formed.
four of the boy* w-ere “our bo’-s”,
Frank Smith, Frank Mixsell, Richard
Averill and David Richards. Clarke
Walsh, who is a »on of the music
iirector of Franklin high, aivu many
plt.sing violin solos. brailles singing
in the chorus Cha*. W»lch i* stere
tary of the troup un«l Frank Smith
i* treasurer. Mr. Mixsell of Anabel
Presbyterian church, lead» and drills
the boys every Tuesday night.
Too much cannot lx- said of th«'
quality an«! tone of Richard Averill’*
voice He lings « clear, sweet worn-
no and bid* fair to have a wi«!e rep-
it.-ition befi»re many year*.
I'.ivi.t
Richard* i* a humorist of rare abili
ty and one week-day nights delights
li* audiences with hi* impersona­
tions and readings. Surely this di'-
rict has talent in it.
Frank Smith’s sister, Mildred. 1* a
faithful ami efficient pianist for the
boy* an«! besides i* general secretary
for the entire city. At the present
time about fifteen of the boy* are
aking private lesson* from lending
xx-al teachers, who*«- time and in
«traction are donated-
Mr. Whitney’s aim for the boys is
high. • 11« i* not only trving for right
ind joyous singing, but for right
ind joyous living The financial end
>f it, as far as the boy* are con
■erned. la of little worry. Fifty cent
»ay* your admission to the chorus
»nd make* you a member for life,
■chile ten cent« per week ia the dues
It is the aim of Mr. Whitney to tak
¡bout 500 beys east next year, in
1922.
In 1923 he wants a smaller
lumber to go to Europe and in 1921
mother bunch of e«iual site to tour
he Orient. Then, as a result of these
anous trips, a tremendous chorus
»f 20.000 voices at our 1925 World
Fair in Portland. It may look im
possible at this distance, but no one
vho listens to the boys an«l hear* th«>
•ine thing* they do and study th«-
ilans laid out for them can doubt
or a minute the ultimate success of
he giant undertaking.
Rehersals are hel«i every Tins lav
■vening at the Anabel Presbyterian
hurch, 56th street and 37th «venue
interested friends are always wel-
•ome. as the boys nee«l moral sup
-ort. Following are the bovs of this
listriet who belong to the Whitney
¡toys’ Chorus:
Raymond Cheat. Oda Winn. Bober
Redell. Clark«' Walsh. Kermit John
ion, Frank Mixsell. Frank G. Smith,
David Richards. Walton Morrow
Charles Welch. Arthur Gillard. Ther-
>n Bartholomew, Marvin Haight, Or-
■•al Waterhouse, Morrison Hands:»
cer, William and James Ormandy,
Man Mclx-in, Edna Sherman. Har
•Id Rockwell, Robert Carlton. I wo
lutsley, Omar Benton. Billy Ellis,
I arc Id Rollings, Charles Rowland.
Billy Douthit. Sherman Smith. Jas.
Erdt, Robert Grant, Harvey Is.ia«'
Robert Richardson, Dick Averill,
tonaid Confrey, Clifford Middleton
Jurt® Child. Stanley Howe, Lynn
Harvey. Paul Guenittaz. Douglas
'raikshank, Geo. Craikshank. Lewis
.Randall, Buford Carmichal.
mt. Scott
On Sale at a Sacrifice
I'ubliaheti Every Friday at Lanta
Station. Portland. Oregon.
G«<». A. McArthur
Entered aa seeond-claaa mall mat
1er Eeliruary 14. 1(14. al th« post
strie« at I.snta. Oregon, under act ol
'ongreaa. March 1. II?*.
Subscription Price
fl 50 a yeai
GROCERIES, Etc.
at Lents Junction Mercantile Co.
4411 Ninety avcond Street
The stock of Groceries, Feed and General Merchandise <>f
the Lents Junction Mercantile Co. has been purchas­
ed by E. D. MILLER who will in the future operate
the store. Mr. Miller will make extensive altera­
tions. and patron« in the future be served with Fresh,
Phone 622-28
■MKauau^x*-r-.- - -xx.« sasssaa®
The pastor will entertain
young men’s class in their room
Friday night, the |5lh. He ha* an
nounced that he »»ill have a heart
lo-hi'art talk with the bo»« on "Whal
a \oung Man Ought to Know’’ anil
he desires all members of the clans
to be present, as well as anv others
who might wish to conic There will
be music, games and refreshments.
Clean Goods at A BIG REDUCTION.
MEAT MARKET
WIRF.l ESS TKl.EI’Ht>X E
FOR EISTERN ORKGOf
Fresh and Smoked Meats
The public service eommlasion ha,
tx-en apprised of a movement on foot
to establish a wireless telephone sv«-
am c verin* Grant and other a«lja
.•nt eaatem
Oregon countie«. A
etter ree. ve«l bi the comniisaion
from A. M F. Kirchheincr. an at
•.imev of Prairie Citi, renres-nting
•he person* contemplating the ven
ture. asks if the commission’s luria
fiction extend* to wireles* opera­
tions and if there are rule* and reg
ulatiolM governing this system of
public service.
The public utility law specifics
’he commission shall have iuriadic-
ion over all telegraph an«i telenhon«-
ivstrnis whether onerated with or
■' tthout wire«.
However, lire «use
the wireless systems have not vot
'ieen put into practical use in the
state no rules and regulations have
vet been formulated to cover utili-
ies of this kind. As ranidh- ns they
ire installed it is presumed such
regulations will lx- made
It is understood the »wireless «v*-
‘em of telephone service woul«i be
•articularly suitable for the Grant
•ountv district, and if the svatem I*
vorked successfully there, doubtless
he wireless will come into common
■s' in the state.
BEN HL!¿GER har charge of the Butcher Shop in
connection, and ia ready to nerve the public with
Freah and Cured Meat« of good quality at rvaaon-
able price«. Service with a smile.
Try ua; you'll
not be ¿¡«appointed.
SEE THIS SPACE NEXT WEEK
Lents Junction Mercantile Co.
Foster Rd., Lents Junction, Ore.
Phone 619-41
Just Starting «• Business
We need all Your Second
Hand Goods and We Pay
the Highest Price Possible
Mr. ind Mrs. Norman Olive have
old their home at S997 71st nveniv'
’o -Mr. ami Mr*. Sawyer, ami expect
•o make their home at Spokane,
Wash.
The Olive* are renorted aa
rood neighbors and their manv
’ ,r-
Trade with Us or We Both Lose Money
WILLIAMS’ BARGAIN STORE
EVANGELICAL CHCRCH
6634 Foster Road, So. side track, hail way bet Arleta & Kern Park
The evangelistic campaign, which
ins been announced for the last
hree months, will begin at the
Evangelical church Sunday with
z
hree services.
Rev. David Hill
known throughout the Vnited State*
is the lumberjack evangelist, will
«peak at each service Sunday. Mon­
day Rev. F. L. Stevens of lx® An-
jeies is expected to arrive and will
«peak the same evening. The servi-
.-es swill continue over the first Sun-
lay in May and the order of service
will be as follows: Sunday services,
10:45 a. m., 2:30 and 7:30 p. m. Ev­
ery evening except Saturdays at
7:45.
Afternoons at 2:30. except
Saturday* and Mondays.
The younir ladies' class will meet
on Friday night.
The church board elected the fol­
lowing officers Thursday night to
serve for the coming year: Miss Al­
berts, organist; Miss Berdina Spear
REV. DAVID HILI.
ow, assistant and Arthur Chapman,
Who
begins
a two-weeks series of
usher.
Mr. Culver entertained his cate­ meeting* at the Evangelical chiirch
chetical, claaa on Wednesday after
noon with game« and refreshments.
A general review of the winter’s
work was conducted.
The W M. S. met at the parson­
V
age Wednesday afternoon of last
week and elected the following offi­
f
cers for the ensuing year: Mrs. Es­
ther Fankhauser, president: Mrs.
Elmer Scheuerman, vice president;
Mrs. Knauss, recording secretary:
Mrs. Eva Anderson, corresponding
secretary; Mrs Bessie Leitch, treas­
urer.
The Y. P. A. held its usual month­
ly business meeting in the young
men’s room of the church last Fri­
day night.
A vote of thanks was
extended to the committee that ar-
range«) the superannuation program,
also the society voted to extend in­
dividual thank* to each one who took
REV FRANK STEVENS
part in the program. Mrs. Havtins
Who will assist Rev. Hill in ser-
and Mr*. Ed. Gilbert serve«! dainty
vices at the Evangelical church.
refreshments.
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Are Y ou Protected?
No person can affordbe without
INSURANCE
We write Fire, Auto and Life Insurance.
Call or phone and we will be glad to ex­
plain the rates, and the different policies.
Doni put It off; call TODAY.
Ï oui on ow may be UK) (All.
Multnomah State Bank
Lents Station
(Phone 620-48)
Portland, Oregon
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6814 Ninety-second Street
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DAILY MAIL
Except Sunday, at Lents station,
arrive* at 7:36 a m., 12:50 p. m.,
and departs at 9:20 a. m., 12:30 and
5:30 p. tn.
A. 0, Kenworthy & Co.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Service Given Day
or Night
Close Proximity to Cemeteries
Enable* U* to Hold Funeral*
at a Minimum Expense
Phone 618 21
F1rat-cla.«s
5802-4 92nd St.
LIBRARY HOURS—LENTS
Every day ,2 to 6 p. m. Monday,
I Wednesday and Saturday, from 2 to
9 p. m.
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Lent* Sta.
KEARNS BROS.
WOOD SAW
Phone 640-57
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Phone 625-17
5228 72nd St. S. E, Portland, Or.
IF YOU WANT DRY WOOD
CALL US
MILLARD AVE. FUEL CO.
O. M Butler
L. C. Pullen
lee, Wood, Coal and Feed
Sand and Gravel
Garden Plowing and Excavating
Prompt Service
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New Battery Dept.
Springtime MT*
We have just put in new equipment and are in
position to give you the best service on Batteries. Stop
in and let us test your Battery and give it a drink.
7 here is no charge. We are agents for the
It is surprising how a little Paint
and Too Dressing will change the
apoearauce of your car.
Think it
over, and see our display of
Columbia Battery
Acme Motor Car
Finish
guaranteed to be right in every
way. Our prices are right.
Let us figure with you on a
New Battery when you are in
need of one.
Eagle Garage
See our special on
AJAX TIRES
Guaranteed
EAGLE GARAGE
DA VIS BROS.
in the Center of LENTS
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