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LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1921
VOL. XIX, No. 22
Arleta, Kern Park, Millard
Ave., Tremont, Wooamere
i Five proposed constitutional am-
P E. Reed, proprietor of Reed’s
The following dispatch Is
| odments and two amendments to the Transfer, obtained a warrant late, land paper refers to Charles Eng-
j Portland city charter will appear last week fur the arrest of Kasper i lish of 59th avenue, well known in
Social Affair« Are Source of Pleasure to Many;Personal : upon the ballot at th« spacial election Wilcox, Foster Rood real estate man, the vicinity of Tremont station:
Many Affairs of Interest to Community Related in En
to be held Tuesday, June 7. These in which the latter waa charged with
City. May 30—Sheriff Wil
Items and Locals of Interc«t to Herald
measures, as they will appear upon reckless damaging the truck of the son today was suffering from a badly
tertaining Way by Correspondent
Render« Tersely Told
the ballot, together with a list of the former through the negligent driving lacerated and bruised arm as a result
of the Herald
polling places in the Mt. Scott dis of an automobile.
of an attack on him Sunday evening
trict, follow. The polls will, as us
According to the story of Mr. Reed, by Charles English, who U !n the
Auto mechanic with several years’ ual, ba open from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. hi« driver, Carlson, was on Foster
liable Maria Trachae) put in her ap.
county jail on a charge of home
Edward Smith Dies
being done, will be held at th« Arleta
pearanev al the Trachsel home al •xperienee will overhaul reasonably.
legislative Regulation and Coal- Road near 103rd street, when Wilcox stealing.
Edward Smith of 5527 72nd street school building from June 21 to July
When the sheriff was
Phono Auto 610-77.
18-tf pensation Amendment -Purpose: To came along in hia car
Ixmta Junction May 25.
The latter making his rounds with the evening died at midnight Tuesday, May 31. 8 inclusive.
Mrs. Frick of the Mt. Hood Con establish the duration of th« legisla had been drinking. Reed says, and meal English swung on Mr. Wilson He had been in his usual health all
Joseph Bishop ami family of 9421
Fo»tor Hund an joyed an outing at fectionery reports n record-breaking tive session at not more than sixty apparently thought he wax turning with an axe that was left la the cell day, but took a coughing spell late in
Millard Ave. Presbyterian Church
days and of an extra sexsion at not the comer of 103rd street, whereas to be used for chopping wood for the »
day's business Monday.
even*nK- A slight hemorrhage
Seaside several days recently.
The subject of next Sunday morn
more than twenty days; fixing com he waa some distance away, and as a prisoners’ stove. The blow was aimed followed and he died in a short time.
Mattie Michael of Amlt ly, Oregon, pensation of members thereof at five result, collided with the truck, badly at the sheriffs head, but he saw the L-n
"Miller’s Palate** in '•9<>,»999 pica
? wrvived by a widow, Mra ing’s service is “The New Covenant”
Dryden dollars per day and three dollars for injuring it. Mr. Carlson at once no motion in time to ward off the wea Klien Smith, and several grown sons and the sacrament of the Lord’s
lines adorns the aides of Chas. Warde was visiting with Mrs. J. W.
at 9636 59th avenue, lust ’ week.
every twenty miles traveled in going tified hia employer, who phoned for a1 pon with his arm, which was badly and daughters. He had been blind Supper will be celebrated. All mem-
A Son« ¡taint shop on 92nd street.
I q nnd returning from their plsce of traffic officer and himself went to
The wound was for many years and was a familiar her» of the church should bp present.
Mrs. Hedge, mother of Marvin K. meeting upon the most usual routes; the place where it occurred. Wilcox bruised and cut
Born, May 20, to Mr. and Mrs.
dressed at the Oregon City hospital. figure in town and around Millard Rev. Henry White will deliver the
Frank J. Butler, of 6-"44 HAth street, Hedge, has returned from an extend prohibiting introduction of any bills wauited to fight, Reed xavi, and he
The other prisoners came to the aid avenue. All the street ear men knew sermon and the rite of baptism will
a daughter, named Ruby Muy Butler ' ed visit with relatives and friends in after the fortieth day of the legisla thought it better to await the arrival of the sheriff at once and after a him, as well as others.
be administered and new members
tive session, except appropriation of the officer
Mr. Smith was 62 years old the received.
brief struggle English was in soli
Henry Franklin Engberg is the
The evening service will begin at
Before the police arrived, Wilcox tary confinement.
In the melee Pat 25th of May. He buried his son Ron-
J. E. Updyk<* and family drove to bills and bills pertaining to defense
>y which the little »on
8 o’clock instead of 7:30, the new
Mr anti I Mrs. J. H. Knglwrg of l-ents Chehalis last Saturday and returned of the »tat eor nation except by con left, with Keed in pursuit Finally White, one of the prisoners, was ser aid, an overseas man, on May 18th.
sent of four-fifths of the members Wilcox »topped and entered a nearby iously hurt. It is the supposition
Funeral arrangements had not hour being adopted for the summer
will be known,
The youngater ar- Tuesday, accompanied by Mr. Up present, obtained on roll call-
toonae and Reed patrolled the front that the man is insane.
been completed when the Herald months. At this service Mr White
rived May 20.
will observe Bible school day by us
until tac traffic cop appeared. The
English said his home is at Tre went to press.
ing for his theme: "The Moat Inter
latter could not enter the house with mont station on the Mt. Scott car
Among the list of fairies given in
Julian has a limited supply of
esting Book in the World; How It
World War Veterans' State AM out a warrant and phoned haadquar- line. He was arrested Saturday night
heavy country slab wood,
If you the write-up of “Flesinda” in last
Parent-Teachers Meet Today
want any, order early, as the mills week's issue, the name Vivian ‘Home* Fund, ConstHutiona! Amendment— ters for instructions. While he was about 11 o’clock at the B. L. Schoen-
Arleta Parent-Teachers association Grips People and Nations." J. O.
Purpose: To issue bonds not to ex- so doing the occupant of the house born place on the Beaver Creek road, will meet today (Friday) in the as I-cake will sing “Seeking the Light’’,
are closed down, 9*18 Foster Road. should have read Vivian Howe.
o-ed three per cent of the aaseired went out and begged Mr. Reed to let where he had two horses harnrased
A the words of which were written es
Mrs Pearl Fresberg of Treadwell. valuation of all property in the state Wilcox go, stating that the damage and tied outside when Sheriff Wilson sembly hall at Arleta school.
pecially for the day by Mrs. Ella Or
Arthur Anderson nnd Mr and Mrs Alaska, is visiting in this vicinity. to raise money to be loaned in would be made good. As no warren' and Deputy Hughes caught him har lowed by an important business ton of Lents.
Sunday, June 12, will be observed
Henry llrunier of Gilbert Hoad, near Mrs. Freaberg is a sister of Marvin amounts of not more than »4,000 or had as yet been issued, Reed then nessing the second team in the barn. meeting and election of officers, will
55lh avenue, motored to Seaside on K. Hedge of the l^nts Hardware Co. paid aa a bonus of »15 for each upon left
This was said to be the second at be held, at which all members of the an children’s day by this church.
Saturday evening in the former's car.
He later applied for and secured n tempt at horse stealing in the neigh association are expected to be pres
The Royal Neighbors met with mnrtb of active service but not «t-
Mra. C. E. Miller, 4710 73nl street, on ceeding »500 to each honorably die warrant. Finding it was not served borhood that night, Willamette Har ent. In the absence of Mrs W.‘L.
resident of Oregon who after some time, he investigated, ars! ris having scared away a horse thief Ormandy, acting president, who is ill.
At the Laurel wood Congregational
Among the items in the city's pro liiursdny of last week. All present charged
expressed themselves as having a served in the United States army, found it had been issued, he says, for that had four horses hitched to a Prof. Spiers will preside. It is urged church next Sunday morning at 11
vision for unforaeen contingent:;:
navy or marine corps, between April Wilcox Kasper, the police getting the wagon and a set of harness ready to that every member attend; Friday, o’clock, Wm. Woodward of the Board
18. «pent very enjoyable time.
an expense account of »796.88
6, 1917, and November 11, 1918; to names reversed. The error was cor go, about 10 o'clock Saturday night. June 3, at 2:30 p. m.
of Fxiucation will speak on “The Im
for the po ts| card ballot on the
I— F or
portance of Religious Education”. At
English was examined as to his
The rummage sale held nt the levy an additional annual tax of taro rected and the warrant is still wait
ter Road improvement.
___ r- and interest of ing to be served. Up to last night sanity Tuesday and adjudged insane
this service J. O. Leake will sing the
Square Deal candy store last Satur mills to pay
Arleta Baptist Church
Bible school song written by Mrs.
Owen T. Day, pastor.
Cheater A. Lyon, founder of the day netted about »50 for the M. E «uch liomls; and ratifying correlative (Wednesday) the police had not by the county judge of Clackamas
county, H. E. Cross.
farm at l^bonon. Or«., church. Many fancy and useful ar legislative enactments.
The annual children's day . service Orton.
Mr. Reed was put to considerable sent him to the state hospital at will be held at the church Sunday-
Christian Endeavor will be held at
wifi speak Sunday moroing, Juns 5, ticles were disposed of.
expense and is very wrath y over the Salem immediately after the exami morning at 10:30 o’clock. The par 6:30 p. m.
at the M. E. church. His subject will
F'or Satuniay. June 11, Manager
Emergency Clause Veto Constite- affair, stating that it was a flagrant nation.
It is thought that moon
be: "The American Boy—His Prob
of the children are requested to
Robinson of Yeager theater has se tional Amendment—Purpose To am case of gross carelessness and that shine is the direct cause of his con ents
Boy Scouts Surprise
be present to hear the program and
lem and Oura”.
cured the wonder-film, "Kismet”, in end section 15-a of article V of con- he intends to see it through to a dition and that it is temporary.
Boy Scout Troop No. 15 of Wood-
witness the graduation of pupils
While at Kern Tark a few mom which Otia Skinner appears. The vtitution of the state of Oregon, em finish.
mere gave a most enjoyable surprise
from various departments.
enta last Tuesday the writer called picture is quite long nine reels, and powering the governor to veto pro
The popular evening service will party to the________
father of _ Quinton
at the office of his whiloas fru-nd. IS regarded as a masterpiece
visions in bills which declare emer ANITA HENRY
begin at 8 o’clock.
Mr. Day will rie of Powell Valley road, it being
Prter Uren. ( and »«I griev<-<l to
gencies. without thereby affecting
speak on the subject: “Should Amer Mr. Guthrie’s birthday. A number of
WINS THE FIVE
Otto Hecki-I, who makes a specialty any other provisions of such bills.
leum thn* Mr. Mraen
rollicking games were enjoyed, after
of repairing Fords, at 55th avenue Such power to be in addition to the
diapoaed and confined tv his horn*
The junior chorus will meet in the which a delicious repast was served,
An aged negro named Spillman
and tilth Street, is enlarging hi power to veto single items in appro
Miss Anita Henry of 9619 58th ave created a furore in the district close junior room of the church Thursday consisting of sandwiches, six kinds of
A piano recite! will bo given by plant to accomodate hi« rapidly in priation bills.
nue is the name and address of the to his home on 79th street near 43rd afternoon at 3:30.
cake and chocolate.
the pupils of Mia« Belen C. Hatwen creasing bnsineM«. Se«, hia adver
young lady who is »5.00 richer this avenue last Thursday afternoon and
The young peoples' union is in the were Commissioners Smith and Gar
at Oild Fellow, hall, l-ente. Wedlte* tisement elsewhere in this issue
week through winning the Herald's for several hours kept that communi midst of a heated political campaign. retson, Scoutmaster Sequist, Alvin
8, at 8 o’elOck, «a-
Examination tarde-at-home contest. She turned in ty shivering in fear by his terroriza A novel departure is adding interest Garretson, Stanley Sequist, Wm.
■ ieted by E.
E A MalMt, cornatisi.,»
cornetiat^I .. *• Mrs. Maude'It Dagpcll went to and License Hill—I*urpoae: To re- 58,700 votes.
to the society’s activity and to the Wisecamp, Roy Gaines, Elbert Bel
H Hansen. Iwritone. You rar If ami Kerry, Oregon, early laut Sundav ouire both applicants for marriage li-
next seek’s contest the • name
Armed with rifles and automatics, election of officers for the coming more, Norman Weddle. Donald Col-
Acquaintanceship renae to submit and pass an exami of For
friend« are cordially invited to at morning to r-i
Wm. Woodham has -been selected
vey, Cecil Van Derford, Raymond
together with a plenteous supply of ys«r^ The society meet^at ^:45fp.
with her liere lord, ,JI. ’ A. Damali, nation by a regularly licensed and In the missing letter contest.
RichteV Robert -4/ ivp B, »Theodore
once foolish enough to be the propri competent physician as to their Woodham is proprietor of the Kern ammunition, he barricaded himself in
Everybody welcome to all these Smith, Leslie Christianson, Frank
Mr. and Mra. Ashley Harlan and etor of the Mt. Scott Herald, but
his house and took pot shots at any
Park Hardware Co. on 67th street, one coming within view.
Drew, Harry Proudfoot, Howard
sons Theodore ami daughter«, of Al who has reformed and is now endea health, in regard to
A neigh meetings.
Campbell, Wilbur Carlson, Quinton
pine, Ore., have lawn visiting here for voring to make several blades of communicable venereal disease ami and is well known in his section as a bor notified the police, who were re
of failure to progressive merchant.
and _ in case
Guthrie, Mr. and Mrs. Guthrie and
Frank Huber Struble
some time, with the widow of Carl grass grow where formerly there was _______
luctant to invade the man’s home
pass such examination prohibiting
Contestants, do not forget that the without a warrant. Finally the place
««me time with Mrs. Mildred Harlan. only one.
Frank Huber Struble, who had family.
marriage unless one or both appli Herald will credit contestants with was surrounded and for quite a per lived in this district for many years,
Mr and Mrs. Harlan are the parents
cants are rendered sterile; to estab 5,000 votes for each new or renewal
of Carl A Harlan, who was killed
Monday afternoon a Ford nutomo- lish requirements of physician’s cer subscription secured between now iod the old man, who it is thought died at Sellwood hospital May 23.
is insane, fired at the officers.
At Funeral services were held May 26.
about two weeks ago by a falling bile and a mutorcycle collided head-
of Mt. Scott people were
tificate and providing for an appeal and the close of the contest.
last two succeeded in getting into the under the direction of the L. O. L.
on, while traveling at a good clip, the from order or county clerk denying a
among those who spent a most en
house and Officer Kendall was forced
Mr. Struble was a member of an joyable weekend at Seaside over Dec
of the accident being 82nd license.
ANOTHER SURPRISE P IRTY;
Next Thursday afternoon the Her- scene
street, just this side of the point at
MRS. MORTERUD HONORED to put a bullet in the maniac’s shouL old Oregon family. He was a grand oration Day. Those present were Mr.
printers, _ .. like , everyone else, will which the Sunnyside road turns. The
der before he could be captured.
son of the late T. T. Struble, a son and Mrs. F. E. Crum and family, Mr.
want to lock up the print shop and driver of the motorcycle waa quite
Altogether it is said he had fired of Geo. R. and May Hannah Struble and Mrs. Rabuck and family, Mr and
Surprise parties seem to be much
Women Jurors and Revised Jury
take in the big paraiic at the Rose badly ent on the leg and was taken
about 50 shots through the walls of and was proud of being a native son
l.aw—Purpose: To permit women to the vogue in Lents, the latest person his dwelling and nearly 100 rounds of a native daughter of a pioneer, his Mrs. Glen Sanders and daughter
Festival. This means that it will b«»
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Colvey and
necessary to print the paper a little to a hospital by a passing motorist. serve as jurors; to provide a special so honored being Mrs. A. E. Mor- of ammunition were found scattered grandparents having come to Oregon Zoe.
son Donald. The time was most en-
Both “Liszia” and motorcycle were notice by which women may release temd, whose friends, thirty strong,
early, and we ask our friends to get badly
battered, the latter machine themselves from jury service; to re walked in on her Wednesday evening in convenient places about the house. in the early days.
joyably spent in bathing in the surf,
their items to us without fail on the
When he was being taken to the hos
Mr. Struble was wedded in Port
quire the name of qualified jurors to at the bidding of Mrs. John Witty pital he muttered words which indi land Sept. 8, 1910, to Hazel G. Par Mrs. Lanphere even tasting the water
day previous, otherwise there Is no being almost completely stove in.
to convince herself of its being salty.
be ascertain«! from the latest tax (nee Adina Morterud). Although the
certainty that they will be printe»!.
Mrs. A. M. Haverland, superinten roll and registration books and any edict “no presents” had gone forth, cated he believed enemies were after ker. To this union was bom one
When they hand out medals for dent nnd business manager of Havil other sources of official information; several gifts were bestowed upon him and that he would never be cap child, Doris, aged eight years
Bits of News Notes
Struble also leaves to mourn his loss
model men who provide for and take and Children’s Home, will deliver an to require the proportional selection Mrs. Morterud, whose birthday anni tured alive.
Mrs. W. L. Ormandy is again quite
care of their families, Chester Ctes-
ill at her home, 7132’2 55th avenue.
of jurors to be made from the regis- versary it, was. one esnecially fine
The t rat ion book» as well as from the as gift being a mahogany fern pedestal. Spillman could survive, last reports W. V. Struble of 5208 64th street, Because of this fact, she will take a
linskl, erstwhile tonsorial artist at Thursday, June 9, nt 2 p. m.
92ml street and Foster Road, is go
sessment roll; to require at least Music whiled away the evening at
vacation from her duties as Herald
ing to get the golden prize.
Every moat meritorious charitable institu one-half of the trial jury to be wo the close of which a dainty two-course that he was on the road to recovery, of Portland.
correspondent for about one month.
morning promptly at 6, weather per
men in criminal actions involving a lunch was disclosed. An interesting
The house at 7114 14th avenue, oc
He will L-, Moose, Tribe of Ben Hur No. 9
mitting. Chester can be observed the Community Chest fund». Through minor under eighteen years of age coincidence disclosed itself in the seriousness of the wound.
cupied by Wm. Worrell and family,
traversing Gilbert Road with one lit
cither aa defendant or complaining fact that Mrs. E. M. Oatfield, who after his discharge from the hospital. tisans. The Moose were m charge of burned down last week. Mr Worrell
was Mrs Mortorud’s bridesmaid 25
tle kiddie on his shoulders and roic efforts of the superintendent, witness.
is now domiciled at 64th avenue and
the services at the grave.
years ago. was one of the guests.
’tother in a push cart, taking their
Tliose present were Mr. and Mrs. F.
morning constitutional, What a con
Mrs. Fanny L. Pawson of 5509 ‘i
P. Coulter, Mr. and Mra. Fred Geis
trust to a lot of daddies we wot of in
City Election Measures.
72nd street, returned hoqie Saturday
this locality who allow mother to get
Charter amendment, authorising ler, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Oatfield, Mr.
son, R. E. Allen, in Eugene, Ore Bible School Day by the ten churches from Newberg, where she has spent
up and get breakfast nnd take care who otherwise would be buffeted the issuance of »200.000 of bonds to and Mrs. John Witty. Mesdames E, his
the last two weeks visiting with Mr.
May 27, and funeral services
of the children while “the boas" lies
provide a fund for the purchase of Führer. E. Sting. M Burkhardt. I. were held Tuesday, May 31, at Ken included in the territory over which and Mrs. Grey and family, formerly
abed until barely time to swallow his
fin» apparatus and fire-fighting equip Bottzer, C. Stober, I. Abrams, A. worthy’s parlors. Interment was in the prospective Arieta daily vacation of Millard avenue.
Bible school will have influence. All
meal and proceed to the day's work. inatltt'. i< ns of the country.
ment, to be ten-year sanai bonds Geisler, J. E. Gilbert, I. F. Coffman. Mt. Scott cemetery
Ora Hatton, widely known Artisan,
the ministers have been asked to with many friends in this locality, is
with interest not to exceed ten per R. Hohburg, A. E. Hamilton, M. T.
preach a sermon on Bible study at very ill at his home at 498 E. 28th
Hawkins. F. C. Wilson. J Donaldsen.
1850, at Aylmer, Ontario, Canada. one of the services this day.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
The street. It seems to be a mastoid ab
MT. SCOTT BAKERY NOW
W. Soverns. G. E. Locke. O’Neill, J. He
Vote yea or no.
H. McSloy, Tom McSIoy, Miss Ada watertown, S. Dak., where he farmed following ministers have set aside scess in the head which is the cause.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Amendment to Section 7 of
P. E. Kennedy
Albert and Messrs. A. E., Reuben and fur several years, later going into the next Sunday morning as the time for Mr. Hatton is a brother-in-law of the
Charter of the City of Portland
this address: Mrs. J. J. Handsaker,
Pict Mituniez purchased from Fred
the council to vacate
real estate business with C. C. Wiley, Mr. Mixsell, Mr. Ghormley, Mr. Fin Herald correspondent.
Louis Jelen has purchased the Mt. Luther ton acres with modern house thorising
tain streets and portions of atreeta in
Mrs. E. N. Parsons of Millard ave
Scott Ibikerv from Wn\ Weipgart,
MANY NEW PHONES ADDED
ley and E. C. Shepherd. Efforts arc nue is visiting in Rainier, Oregon,
on 92nd street between 68th avenue
who, with the assistance of his esti and the Estacada carline. Mr. Luther the City of Portland to permit term
being made to place a soloist in each with her sister, Mrs. R. H. Hankins.
TO ARLETA AUTO EXCHANGE
inal development and authorizing
until Mr. Alien's death.
mable wife,.have furnished their nu expects to return to Minnesota.
of the ten churches, each soloist to
The program of Arleta theater ap-
the council to prescribe the terms
merous patrons with a superior grade
sing the following Bible-Sunday song Cars upon page two, the trade-at-
Lots 1 and 2, Clemson addition, Mr and conditions upon which said vaca
About 1600 telephones will be
of bakers' goods. Mr. Jelen is an ex Girling t<> H L. Lusted.
switched from the Sellwood, Tabor sisters: H. C. Allen of Yarmouth Cen written by Mrs. Ella Orton of 5404
tion «hall be made.
perienced baker of many years and
Two lots on 53rd avenue Just off
and “B" automatic exchanges into tre, Ontario. Canada; Mrs. Jane 89th street This song is to have for
Vote yea or no.
promises to continue to furnish th>» 92nd street, W. J. Marshall from E.
its tune “Tenting Tonight on the Old
WOMEN'S CLUBS CONVENE
List of Polling Place«.
Smith of St. Thomas, Ontario, and Camp Ground”.
very best bread, pies, cakes, etc., in P. Currey.
Saturday night, -----------
IN FOUR-DAY SESSION
John Finch, Edmonton, Alberta.
.the ftiture. Mr. Weingart expects to
The Jonas Btrgman five-room No.
7126 55th avenue, near 72nd.
Keast for a short time but owns a house on 91st street to Elmer Fl. 114
Woodmere Hall, 777th street
me in the Mt Scott district and Trask.
Thirty of the prominent elub wo
of the telephone company.
ami Woodstock avenue.
will return to Portland In the near
men of Portland departed at 9 o’clock
Lot on Foster Road near 87th. Ad-
Subscriber- whose line« are to be THELMA PEARL KENNEDY
It will lead us all the way
future. In business at I«nta just derton estate to F. R.________
HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY Through clouds and darkness to the Tuesday morning for Pendleton,
Green’s residence, E. 74th changed will receive another tele
where the twenty-first annual con
one year to a day, Mr. Weingart has
Five-roKm house on D4th street 117
phone for use while the work is in
proved himself strictly on the square near Woodstock avenue, Wm. Thurs
vention of the Oregon Federation of
A little item which escaped the Into everlasting day.
and we have every reason to believe ton to U. L. Piper.
Women’s Clubs opened a four-day
Mr. Hickman said that this change Herald reporter last week was the
that Mr. Jelen will keep up the envi-
is a part of an extensive programme birthday dinner party at the heme of Commit to the Bible to learn to live session Wednesday morning, during
which affairs of state, national and
able reputation of the Mt. Scott
Mra. r. A. Kennedy of <>009 82nd
I-enta Real Estate Co.
Coffman’s garage. 6116 92nd of improvement during the progress street, when her little daughter Thel
world interest are being discussed
of which it is expected between »3,-
C. E. Carlson to O. A. Hess, lot 3,
and the work of the past year re
ma Pearl was hostess to a number of
block 1, Bernhardt Park.
I-enta Volunteer Hose Compa 000.000 and »4,000.000 will be ex her friends on Friday, May 20th. We’re looking above for a heavenly viewed. The outstanding feature of
C. E Caiticron to Mary E. Murch,
ny, 58th avenue near-92nd.
the convention is the presence of the
Eight new sections of switchboard Thelma was 13 years old on Friday, To guide us through
COMPLETES COURSE IX acres and 4-room houle on 83rd
Grange Hall, I-ents.
president of the General Federation
are being installed in the Broadway but was undaunted, as she said she Seeking the li light,
the light. of Women’s Clubs, Mrs Thomas G.
Burke’s Garage, 72nd street.
felt it to be one of her hicky years.
6707 Foster Road.
The Chautauqua Club concluded its
Winter of Minneapolis, who w»s the
to be transferred to it. The new Ir Those present were Tens Trask, Flor,
3909 70th street
course of study for the year on May lots 19 «lid 20, block 13, Clemson ad
principal speaker at the Wednesday
ence and Beatrice Beckman, Doris
W. 0. W. Hall, 65th street
26. Preceding the meeting a dainty
Mrs. William T.
Rater. Genive Coffy, Aralia Davis, We’re striving to learn from the evening session.
A G. Streeter to Nelis Henning-
laurel wood M. E. church, 63rd opened some time next year.
grand old Book
luncheon was served in the Lenta
Stout of 77th street is among those
Thelma Kennedy. Richard Hess, Glen
branch library to members and their
attending the convention.
ARLETA BOYS DEFEATED
Rice, Richard McGrew, I^onard Thel- The truth that God has given
guests in honor of Mrs. I m per. Jhe consisting of M-ucre «nd 4-room 126H S. E. corner 66th street and
ky, Chester and James Trask and To brighten our path through storm
eluh leader. The club’s appreciation modern house.
The Arleta baseball team was wal- Ernest Ogsbury. Thelma’s grandma.
CARD OF THANKS
John Schrubler purchased the 4-
waa expressed in verze by Mrs. Rich
loped by the Albany Moose by the Mra. H. P. Trask, was present to add And point the way to Heaven.
L. E. HOWARD BREAKS ARM
ardson, who presented a gift aa a
score of 12 to 3 at Albany Decora to her pleasure.
We wish to thank all who so kindly
Among those who enjoyed 5323 99th street.
tion day. The Portland lads made
Though out path may lie through the assisted at the time of the death of
L. E. Howard. 4527 58th avenue, almost as many hits ns Albany tout
the luncheon and program were Mea
William J. Bryan hit the ball the
our beloved husband and son. Carl A.
The piano pupils of Mrs. C. E. Goets sustained a broken arm when he the pitcher for the valley city boys other day when he declared that “no
ds mea Hamilton, Coffman. Palmer,
And waves of sorrow roll.
Harlan, and also express our appre
slipped and fell while attempting to kept them well scattered. Albany’s drunkard should be appointed to en No harm can reach the child of God ciation for the many beautiful floral
T-emlre, Jasper, Stewart, Mohr, Rich ay evening at the Hess residence.
board a Mt Scott car shortly after drives also were opportune and many force our prohibition laws because For love will guide the soul.
Mrs. Dr. Hess entertained the Five 11:30 o’clock Monday, The accident for extra banes. Pitcher Harris of they can not decide between their
George and Mr. McGrew and Miss
The daily vacation Bible school, in
—Mrs. Mildred Harlan.
Arleta got three hits.
the intereats of which thia work is
Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Harlan.