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LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1921
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VOL. XIX, No. 23
been assessed you.
However, other KASPER WILCOX
customers, during the effective per­
FAILS TO APPEAR
iod of this charge, have been charged
in th« same manner a« you have, and
I Why 1s a public sorvic« commis­ we consequently cannot order a re­
Kasper Wilcox, I^nts real estate
fund in your caae without causing a man,
sion?
who according to P. E. Reed,
discrimination
as
between
customers.
We know, in vtew of past devolop-
ran down and badly damaged his
Very
truly
yours,
etc.
Sociul Affairs Are Source of Pleasure to ManyiPersonal I menta, in view of the general In­ From the foregoing, we gather truck, aa related in last week’s Her­ Many Affairs of Interest to Community Related in En
creas«« of rates granted gas and tel­
ald, was arrested early in the week
Items and lxx*als of Interest to Herald
ephone monopolies in Oregon during that the commission authorized the and is said to have been released by
tertaining Way by Correspondent
company
to
saddle
an
ordinary
book
­
Readers Tersely Told
th« past year, that the reasons for
the police on his own recognizance, as
of the Herald
keeping
charge
upon
the
consumer
the commission’s «xiatenc« have not
near as could be learned by the Her­
been clear in th« minds of many. To as an extra charge, and then backed ald.
The
case
was
set
for
hearing
Mrs. W. E Goggins Is reported put it a little stronger, so incensed water and took It back. (By the way,
Mrs Ed Knau» has been ill st her
Since the illness of Mrs. Ormandy, dent Edward Smith: vice president.
as seriously ill in a hospital, taking have the people of the state become the commission has mostly been pro­ several times and Mr. Reed was pres­ Mrs.
home on 93rd street.
C. P. Blanchard is furnishing Frank Garrison; secretary and treas­
ent with his witnesses ready for trial
radium treatment fur cancer.
gressing
backward
lately
—
haven't
that if there was any feasible method
but the defendant on each occasion the news items for the Mt. Scott urer, Roy Sequist.
Mm Ellen Robb of Everett, Wash.,
noticed
it?)
We
further
infer
you
The «lection board at precinct No. of bringing it about, there is little that white in the future the "service failed to appear and repeated post­ Herald in the Kern Park, Arleta, Mil­
has been visiting with the Culver
The Otterbein Guild girls held their
family.
121 Lenta, last Tuesday were: O. E. doubt but that, in less time than it connection charge" when there occurs ponements were necessary. The last lard avenue, Tremont and Woodmere monthly meeting at Mrs. Gaines* on
I«nta, Ben Milter, Mrs. McGee, Mrs. takes to write about it, Oregon would no service connection, won’t be of these had Wilcox cited to stand districts. Any courtesies extended to Tuesday evening.
lie minus uno perfectly good (?)
Mrs, Goggins is report«! resting Mary Eldredge and Addie Allen.
Thursday morning at 11 o’clock, Mrs. Blanchard will be appreciated
Mrs. C. P. Blanchard entertained
chargeable, still we must pay the trial
commission.
easier as we go to pres« Thursday
Mrs. Blanchard's the Bible class at her home Thursday
but as the Herald goes to press be­ by the Herald.
dollar,
or
the
folks
who
have
been
All of which leads us up to a little
When vou find a husband and wife
morning.
phone number is Automatic 610-77.
fore
that
hour
it
was
impossible
to
evening. There was a large attend­
who think exactly alik« It is very evi- experience the Herald had with th« gyped in the past will have a kick publish the result.
ance.
Auto mechanic with several years* ■lent that one does th« thinking for aforesaid commission and the Port­ coming because we are not treated
Christensen-Carey
From
all
that
could
be
learned,
Mr.
The church is planning a fair to be
similarly. Fine yeasoning, isn’t it?
experience will overhaul reasonably. both. You have one guess aa to which land Gas 4 Coke Co.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F. held on the lawn June 17th, after­
Reed does not intend to go to town
So, we repeat, why ia a public ser­ again
Phone Auto «10-77.
18tf Is which.
About a year ago, the present
on what he termed a “fool’s Carey was the scene of a pretty wed­ noon and evening.
There will be
owner of the Herald took charge of vice commission? Don’t all crowd in errand". He was disgusted, and ap­ ding on Wednesday evening. June 1,
Father mid Mother Scheuerman
So far this season we have heard the plant. The former proprietor, J. at once with your answers -we have parently with good cause, with the when their daughter, Ruth Aileen, be­ booths, superintended by the differ­
ent departments of the church.
are receiving a visit from a sister of no great masculine objection to the E. Updike, used gas to heat the metal one of our own which we suspect is
A lawn social was given to the
Mrs. Rcheuerniiin and her husband, of recent rise in skirts, beyond a kick in his linotype machine, and the new perfectly good. Here it is: A public way the case had been conducted by came the bride of R. R. Christensen,
formerly
of
Seattle.
The
bride
wore
certain
officiate,
the
purpose
appar
­
Ohio.
regiatered by a young man of ninety owner continued the practice in the service commission exists to help the ently being to delay matters and a beautiful gown of white voile and “Count On Me Girls” at the home of
public service corporations of the thereby discourage the complainant, lace and carried a bouquet of Ophelia Mrs. Blanchard Saturday.
Mrs. Dr. Iloone and her daughter, >tnd a blind man, who complained of Machine he installed, the bills being
The Whitney boys meet at the
th« way the rubbernecks bumped in- made out In Mr. Updike's name for state gouge the consumer and then whose witnesses are working men roses and lilies of the valley.
The church Monuay of each week at 8
a teacher in the I'cndleton schools, to
him.
several months and promptly paid by make him like it.
are the gueata of the former’s aunt,
who found it necessary to take time house was decorated in green and an p. m.
One of these days the personnel of off from their employment to be abundance of June flowers. Rev. L.
Mrs. Win. Kelly, of H9th atreet.
Dr. lamdberg and family. the the new management.
the aforesaid commission will under­ present on each occasion that Mr. R. Dickson officiated and Mrs. Dick­
On
February
5th,
the
company
waa
_ notifini that the bill should be ren­ go radical changes; either that, or
Loyal Berian Jr. Sunday School
Julian has a limited supply of Hedge* and Coxea motored over the
Wilcox was missing. It is thought to son sang a solo and played the wed­
heaw country slab wood.
If you Columbia highway last Sabbath. They der«! to the Mt. Scott Herald,
Lo there won’t be any such smelly little be very peculiar that* bonds were not ding march. The young couple will
The Loyal Berian Jr. Sunday school
report
that
thoroughfare
•<>
crowded
animal
in
existence.
want any. order early, as the mills
and behold! the next month’s ae-
furnished for the appearance of the be at home to their many friends at class of the Kern Park Christian
arc <lo»«| down 9618 Foxier Road, with traffic aa to make an otherwise rount rontained a little item “service
450 E. 44th atreet.
church held their second hike of the
defendant
delightful
trip
a
menace
to
life
and
phone 633-70.
22-tf
connection charge. $1.00.”
Aa we ELOPERS TAKE
season on last Sunday afternoon. The
In the meantime, Mr. Wilcox has
limb.
couldn’t fathom where the company
party left the church immediately
not been seen around Lents streets.
Millard Avenue
HUBBY
’
S
MONEY
Mrs. Herbert Dilly, who was re­
Johnson, formerly a resident had rendered any extra service not
Mrs. J. Edgar Wells of 5222 40th after church services and went bv
turned from the hospital to her home of L. the J. Hell
Rose district, writes the taken care of in the regular gas
GRAND JURY’S REPORT
avenue has been appointed
r------- a member truck to Rocky Butte. Leaving the
about two weeks ago, is improvinp
charge, this item was not included in
With $6090 <>f her husband's
HOLDS DEPUTY BLAMELESS of the publicity staff of the daily va­ truck, the party hiked to the top of
nicely. Mrs Minnie Atkinson is a* tieraid from Denver, renewing hie the check »ent in payment.
money, a large sum of her grand
the butte, where they had a picnic
subscription and adding 'your paper
cation Bible school.
slating In the care of Mr«. Dilly.
Right back next month came the mother’s money and a new automo­
eoir.ea like an old friend to me
We
Saturday, the 11th, at 7:30 p. m„ lunch. The remainder of the after­
Just before the Herald went to
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moodrnbaugh and hope to secure a correspondent from little joker, $1.00, please, for a ser­ bile, Mrs. Cora M. McGonigal of press last week John J. Spillman, at the residence of Mrs. Lope, 7620 noon was spent in climbing about the
family and Mr. and Mrs. Albert the district mentioned in the near fu­ vice charge never mad« Right back I-onU has deserted her two daughters aged negro wounded in the "battle 64th avenue, a strawberry festival hill. The party returned about 5:30.
to the company went a check as be­ and her husband. Ellsworth McGon- of l-ents,” died from the effects of n will be given on the lawn, weather There were seventeen members in the
Moodenbuagh and family and Mr. and ture.
fore. Still another month the extra igal, and fled with Roll» N. Johnson,
permitting: if not. it will be held in party and all had an enjoyable time.
Mrs. Burk and son motored to Tilla­
Mrs Ross Eldred of Seattle has charge waa billed and not paid. Then according to McGonigal's story to the gunshot wound in the shoulder, in­ the basement of the Presbyterian The class is planning another hike a
mook the early part of the week.
flicted
by
Deputy
Sheriff
Roy
Ken
­
been the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Lund the company evidently felt that an police last week when he swore to a
It will
dall.
The latter was exonerated church. The admission is 25c and week from next Sunday.
Mesdames Mary Wardr, Trask and berg the past several «lay, and will explanation waa in order and sent warrant for the arrest of Johnson from blame and commended for pro­ the proceeds will go toward the probably be held at Gladstone.
fora Wright have Iwn in attendance terminate their pleasant stay Sunday the Herald a communication, one The two daughters are aged 10 and per performance of his duty by the building fund for the new church.
Mr. Eldred is a paragraph of which waa as follows: 1«.
at the Woodcraft convention at nnd return home.
Rev. Henry White, pastor of the
Local and Personal
coroner’s jury which on Thursday in­
“Relative to the $1.00 service con­
Hood River the post week, as dele cousin of Mrs. Lundberg and center
The plans of the elopers were care­ vestigated the death of Spillman. It Millard Ave. Presbyterian church,
Arleta Assembly No. 338, United
gates representing from the Mt. Scot' fielder of the Seattle baseball team, nection charge, thia was authorised fully set. according to Detectives Ca­ was at first thought the latter might left Wednesday for a brief visit to Artisans,
have donated their meeting
now playing in Portland.
by the Public Service Commission in hill and Morris, who investigated. recover, but gangrene set in.
dint riel.
his college town in the east. Dr. W. night Monday, June 20, to the Al-
the new tariff of rates which became Mrs. McGonigal, who is about fifteen
The negro had locked himself in a L. Van Nuys will fill his pulpit Sun­ Azar patrol, for a benefit dance. One
Mr«. E. E Cleland, with the Herald effective January 15th. It is not
Only five more issuer of the trade
years the senior of Johnson, drew the shack on 79th street and, under the day morning.
His subject will be: block north of Arleta station.
The
at-home contest
Then the cash fur a short time previous to her fail­ meant to cover the actual cost of la­ money from the bank.
The money,
Child in Our Midst”. Dr. Van public is invited-
Good music has
prizes of $150 will be distributed to ure in health, has been visiting rela­ bor performed in setting or turning on which belonged to her grandmother, hallucination that he was fighting "The
Nuys is field representative of the been secured.
the winners Remember. 5000 votes tives at Yacolt, Wash., the past fort­ the meter, but partially defrays the had been given to Mrs. McGonigal on over a battle of the Civil war, op­ educational
staff of the Sunday school
A posse of
George Hamill of 67th street, who
are given with every subscription to night. Mrs C. E. Cleland, a si«t.r exiiensc of PROPERLY PLACTNG a contract that she should take care ened fire on neighbors.
policemen and deputy sheriffs sur­ board of the Presbyterian church. He has been working at stone cutting in
in-law, return«! with the former ladv YOUR NAME ON OUR RECORDS ”
the Herold, new or renewal.
of the grandmother for the rest of rounded the house. Kendall and Pa­ will also speak at the Sunday school Tacoma the pas» winter, returned on
mentioned and will visit friends her.*
In plain English, the company her life.
trolman Rekdahl entered the house st 10 a. m. on some phase of the daily Tuesday of last week.
Sherman Harkson. cashier of the in the Mt Scott district for a short wanted
His father,
one
good
round
American
After she had withdrawn the Spillman covered them with a gun vacation Bible school.
Multnomah State Bank, attended th«- time.
who has a business along that line in
dollar
for
the
bookkeeping
wherein
money, the detectives say. Mrs Mc- and pulled the trigger, but the shell
Mrs. Paul Newberry of 71st street Pueblo, Colo., was one of the business
bankers' convention at Senside last
J. Burdett, 4918 99th street, dairy- the account was changed from the Gonigal bought a Ford and had the was defective. Kendall fired as Spill­ near Millard avenue, will be the solo­ homes reported under eighteen feet
w■■■.!■ He reports a very interesting
name
of
Mr.
Updike
to
the
Herald!
back seat cut so that it could be laid man was about to drop the hammer ist at the. Sunnyside M. F,. church of water in the cloudburst of last
and the hospitality of the mnn, is making a specialty of fur­
meeting nnd
Now, we had heard a few things back and the whole seat could be on another shell.
for the month of June.
nishing a superior brand of milk to
Seaside people beyond compare.
not
to
the
credit
of
our
state
public
us«i as a bed for camping.
Mrs. Frank Whittlsey entertained ' Wm. R. Welch of Helper, Utah,'
private famili««, delivered nt your
The coroner’s jury found that
service
commission,
but
we
don
’
t
be
­
Johnson is said to have told the Spillman met
C. E Sager Is huildinr s summer door daily. The writer enn attest to
death by a gunshot Mrs. W. L. Ormandy at luncheon on his wife and son, W. D. Welch, are
for ____
Dr. ... Hess
and ______
fumily
cottage__
___ .____
. at the quality of the lacteal fluid, fur­ lieve all we hear, although we admit garage man that they intended to wound fired by Roy Kendall in self­ Tuesday of this week. The latter had paying a two months visit to their
Welches, in the mountain« near Mt ther verified by the fact that Mr. we were a wee mite prejudiced by drive to Florida, but the police be­ defense an din performance of his been confined to her home by illness daughter, Mrs. George Hamill. Mr.
Hood, where the Hesses will enjoy the Burdett’s dairy has satisfactorih our constantly increasing telephone lieve that that is not their destina­ duty. C. W. Kern was foreman.
for several weeks and much appreci­ Welch is in the employ of a railroad
say, lived at
invigorating ozone of a higher nlti passed the inspection of the city hills. So we sat right down and told tion. Johnson, the
ated the occasion.
company, being an engine inspector.
the commission all about it in the 335 Fifth street.
24 years old. PROF. THAXTER ASSISTING
tude during the summer months.
health office.
Attention, Ben Hurs. All members
following letter, for we hate like
A warrant charging a statutory-
Grangers
Meet
are requested to be present at the
IN NEW SUMMER SCHOOL
The young men's class of the Evan thunderation to be gyped:
offense was sworn to by McGonigal
The regular meeting of Evening next regular meeting of the order at
A nice hoquet of Scotch Bloom«
May 24, 1921.
for the arrest of his wife. Although
r lorn« the editorial table of the Mt. velical church met with Rev and
The Oregon Institute of Technol­ Star Grange was held last Saturday. Archer Place. Special business.
it is said that the woman drew $6000 ogy.
was rather quiet, as the lecturer
Scott Herald, presented by Rev. John Mrs. Oliver last Monday evening nt Public Service Commission,
T. D. Cedars and wife, who are
by the Portland Young It
Salem, Oregon.
of her husband’s money before she Men's conducted
was away to Salem to attend the state organizers for the Ben Hur
A Townsend, the honorable secretary the parsonage, and the following of
Christian
association,
has
an
left, there can be no larceny charge nounced complete plans for a sum­ state grange but a good program lodge, who sold their property on 69th
of the Pro«» »vterian Svnod of Oregon ficers were elected for the ensuing Gentlemen:
Ar-
We are in receipt of a communica­ against a wife for taking a husband’s
was rendered by the members. A pa­ street and moved to Coquille, have
while making this office a pleasant term: Marvin Peck, president:
mer session for boys of the sixth, per
■ Fred tion from the Portland Gas 4 Coke money.
nold Bensen, vice-president:
was read bv Mrs. Ellen Amburn been heard from.
call last Wednesday.
They are having
seventh
and
eighth
grades.
The
tx?e, treasurer. The young men and Co., relative to a bill which we have
of 209 82nd street.
quite good success in their work and
will
open
June.
20,
and
will
be
school
The
delegates
to
the
state
grange
Dr. H. L Newcomb ia a newcomer women will be entertained at the omitted to pay for an item of $1 for GRAND JURY AGAIN
Mrs. Cedars has been appointed state
operated to permit boys to make up
to Ix-nta professional circle«, having same place mentioned next Tuesday service connection charge. We want
INDICTS BUNCO STEF.RER “conditions” and in some instance» were Mr. and Mrs. Palmer (the for­ lecturer by the national organization.
your decision in the matter at as
mer
is
lecturer
of
Evening
Star
taken over the office and practice of evening.
Mrs. Sarah Landers is improving
the work of an advanced grade. Reg­ Grange) and Mrs. Fred Niblin. Those
early a date as possible.
Dr. Brimmer, dnigleas physician. It
An indictment jointly charging
John Rauch, residing near nnd rant
The facta of the matter are these, Marshall Fraser and J. W. Maddox ular class room instruction will be who attended as visitors were Mr. her property at 5711 71st street.
ia understood that the latter intern!* of la*nta, was dragged a distance of
George Buchanan is the workman.
provided, and supervised study and
to remove to California. Dr. New­ more than a mile by a runaway team briefly: The present owner of this with violation of the state blue sky tutoring will be available for stud­ and Mrs. Green and Miss W’ilma and
The Arleta Parent-Teachers associ­
Elma Buckman.
comb ia from Iowa but has resided in last Tuesday afternoon and quite ser­ paper has liecn a user of gas from law was returned late last week by ents who desire it.
ation held its regular yearly business
the company since taking over the the Multnomah county grand jury.
The
grange
will
give
a
basket
din
­
Portland for some time.
meeting last week. The following of­
iously injured. His wife is bedfast, plant last summer.
P A. Thaxter. principal of Lents
Each month a Fraser is already under sentence of
and when brought home by Wm.
school; W. A. Pettys, principal of ner at the hall July 2r.d._the regular ficers were elected for the ensuing
Mrs. James Ilitch of 89th street Elchlepp, deliveryman for L. T. I-ewia bill was rendered and paid as due two years in the state penitentiary Peninsula school, and Paul H. Wy­ meeting being the first Saturday in year: President, Mrs. Stokes; secre­
entertained at lunch on Wednesday A Co , Mr. Rauch requested that the but no contract was signed with the for a similar offense. Fraser was in­ man, principal of Glenhaven school, each month.
tary. Miss Nellie Faucett; treasurer,
of Inst week Mrs. Newt H«ldin and rest of the family give no alnrm to company until some time this past dicted as president and general man­ will be in charge of the summer ses­
Mrs. Morton; librarian, Mrs. Nelson.
winter.
The
gas
has
never
been
the ............
three Poling
«inters.
...... —■ -■»»•«», Mrs. Guv disturb the invaljd, although he was
ager of the Transportation Marketing sion.
Arleta Congregational
Damtv refreshments were served.
turned
off
or
on
since
last
summer
Fitch Phelps of Roseburg. Mrs. Hu­ suffering severely.
_____
, was
___Religious Educational
company and Maadox as its secreta­
Sunday
Mrs. Stella Wilson of Laurelwood
Boys will have full privileges of
and we do not know how long before ry-treasurer. The concern had one
bert Good nnd Mrs. Walter Wood of
the boys’ division of the Y. M. C. A., day. Wm. F. Woodward gave an in­ for the past two months has been vis­
that
time
has
any
representative
of
Portland. Mrs Phelps wm accompa-
store contemplated for I-ents.
The including gymnasium work and swim­ spiring talk on week-day instruction, iting her husband. Rev. W. L. Wilson,
SURPRISE FOR DAISY BARKER the company been in the plant
ni«l by her three children.
giving his plan, which was quite or­
company is alleged to have sold
is a district Baptist missionary
The following excerpt from the about $7000 worth of stock in the ming, under supervision of the Y. M. iginal. The Bible school song was who
in western Washington and is located
C. A. physical directors. At the op­
company
’
s
letter
is
self-explaaatory
:
With strawberries at ridiculously
Little Daisy Barker was given a (Hero followed letter quoted above). concern, which had not received per­ ening of school each boy will have a sung by J. O. Ix*ake. He also sang at Port Ludlow.
low prices, the houaev Ives nrc busy
mission from the corporation com­ thorough medical examination.
it at the Millard avenue church in the
Mr. Hewitt and family of 65th
birthday
party Monday, June 6, at
Is this charge correct?
Is it in­ missioner to operate.
these days putting up the luscious
evening.
street started for Mt. Jefferson this
her
grandparents
’
home
on
86th
cumbent
upon
a
consumer
to
pay
for
Oretron fruit. Also, strawberry short­
Next Sunday evening the Christian week to spend their summer vaca-
WHITE-LORD
cake ia one popular dish at present atreet. T..c little ones present were: the privilege of having his name E. C (BLIND MAN) SMITH
Endeavor will hold their evening ser­ t ion.
Elisabeth
Smith,
Edward
Smith.
Lu-
upon
the
records
of
the
company,
or
For many years the berry has been
Wm Amubrn of 82nd street leaves
BURIED BY DADDIES’ CLUB
The home of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. vice on top of Mt. Tabor, Norma
Are not
so high as to be out of reach of mans* •11a Smith, Luellen Flier, Grace Flier, is it gas we are buying?
Sanders at 5703 83rd street was the Bicknell, leader. Subject: “Out and for Mt. Hood this week. He has been
Dwain
Pound,
Robert
Pound,
Clyde
tho
expenses
of
bookkeeping
a
charge
but this year, with the refusal of the Walker,
in poor health for the past year and
The funeral of E. C. (Blind Man) scene of a pretty home wedding Wed­ Out for Christ.”
Drucila
Walker, ..........
Virgil the company should bear or ar« they
canneries to buy at any price, the Walker,
is going to try the high altitude of
Tyler. to be thus thrown arbitrarily upon Smith, who died suddenly Wednesday nesday evening, when a sister of
Oscar
Tyler,
Orville
market has been glutted and noor Mr Elizabeth Brooks, David
Third Unit«! Brethren
the mountains.
morning of last week at his home, Mrs. Sanders, Miss Maude L. Lord,
Brooks, the consume»?
and Mrs. Consumer and all the little
The Sunday school will observe
The faculty and the superinten­
Katherine Jones,
Trusting that you will give this 5527 72nd street, was held from the was united in marriage to Francis childrens’ day June 12th.
Consumers arc coming into their own Martha Jones,
family residence Friday afternoon. White of Forest Grove.
dents of the daily vacation Bible
Dnisy
Barker,
Glenn
Barker.
matter
your
immediate
attention
that
It’« tough on the grower, though.
Mrs-
E.
O.
Shepherd
returned
The ceremony was performed at 8
school met at Luckey cottage Mon­
The little folks had a great time we may know just where we stand, There was a largo attendance of rel­
atives and friends, including members o’clock by Rev. Dr Y’oungson of home June 10th after an extended day evening for instructions. They
The ladies of St. Paul's Guild held playing games, after which Miss Eda we are.
visit
in
the
east.
She
was
a
delegate
.
_
_____
________
in
which
the
of the Daddies’ club of which Mr. Portland. The room
will meet next Monday at Arleta
Yours very truly,
a social Wednesday afternoon of last liarker and Miss Nina Peterson
to the Quadrennial W. M. A. held at
-
Mt. Scott Herald. Smith was a member. The Rev. S. service was read was tastefully dec­ Bowling Green, Ohio, and also at­ school, when the rooms will be as-
week at the home of Mrs H. A. served sandwiches and lemonade,
Also at the First
And early thia week the commis­ Earl Dubois, pastor of the Church of orated with pink roses. The wedding tended the general conference at In­ signed to them*
White, 6024 90th street, A musical then the ice cream with the pretty
Presbvterian church in Portland on
Strangers, preached the funeral march was played by Miss Elizaheth
and literary program was given and pink cake holding six little candles, sion, through its secretary, replied as the
dianapolis,
Ind.
She
stopped
on
her
sermon. Burial was in Mount Scott Sanders. The bride was gowned in
Monday evening to receive further
refreshments served. A special bus­ which test greatly delighted the little follows:
wav home at Chicago and Polo, Ill-
Our investigation of your com­ cemetery. Pallbearers were: L. B. sand-colored satin, embroidered in White Fish, Mot., and Seattle. Mrs. instructions.
iness meeting of the guild was held ones. Others present were Mesdnmes
Bake tel, George R. Funk, G. D. Ken­ blue and she carried an armful of
Wednosdny afternoon, the 6th, at the Walker, Tyler, Smith, Barker and Mr. plaint of May 24th shows that the ney,
Shepherd reports a very pleasant
G. L. Keeler, J. M. Toomey and bride’s roses.
MOUNT SCOTT W. C. T- U.
gas service, formerly carried by J. E.
home of Mrs. J. T. Rogers, 4605 70th and Mrs. Walter M. Barker.
After the ceremony a reception trip.
A. Roth, all members of the Daddies'
Updike,
won
changed
to
your
name
HOLDS LAST MEETING
street. The hostess served dainty re­
Rev.
Shepherd
of
the
Third
U.
B.
wm held and light refreshments
about February Sth. At that time club.
freshments at the close.
The next PROWLER STEALS »400 FROM
served to the thirty or more present, church will speak Sunday evening on
Schedule
A-4
of
our
order
No.
680
meeting will be held on the afternoon
BEDROOM OF «'th ST. HOME
The last meeting of the Mt. Scott
after which the happy couple left on “Who Is the Lord?”
provided as follows: “For connecting WOMEN’S CATHOLIC ORDER
of J he 22nd at the home of Mrs. Rar-
W. C. T. U. was held at the home of
a
honeymoon trip.
OF
FORRESTERS
ACTIVE
or
reconnecting
service
for
any
con
­
hoiir on 87th street.
While Mrs. L. Morse, 4614 Sixty­
Laurelwood
M.
E.
Mrs. Summerfeldt on Maple street,
Mr. and Mrs. White were the re­
seventh street, was away from her sumer, a charge of $1.00 for the first
Mrs. Jasper, the wife of Rev. Jas­ near Kendall station. After a short
Much activity is being manifested cipients of many beautiful gifts. They
.... 1pt t.r."
This application was ap­
Aprapos of the trade at-home prop­ home Tuesday, some prowler enter«! Tn
*r;
Thia in Lents bv St Peter’s Court No. will be at home after July 1 at For­ per, who is superintendent of the business session the meeting was
osition, which the Herald has ever her bedroom and stole $400 in cur- plied 1 to all consumers alike.
boys’ work at First Church. Portland, turned over to Mrs. Somnierfeldt,
would
have 1009, Women's Catholic Order of est Grove, Oregon._______
endeavor«! to foster, regardless of rency which was secreted in a grip charge so assessed
sang the vacation Bible song at the who had charge of the program for
the lack of reciprocity of a few mer­ beneath her bed, she reported to the amounted to practically $40,000 per Forresters. Mrs. Eva Hawes, chief ARLETA DOWNS TEAM
the day. She read a very interesting
church Sunday morning.
annum, and the rates were corres­ ranger of St. Rita's Court No. 260.
chants in the Mt. Scott district, we detective bureau Tuesday.
Two prayer meetings are held on paper on Sabbath observance, and an
FROM GRESHAM. 6 TO 3
been
in the field for the P*
past two
pondingly reduced. (The Herald has has
desire to eapociallv mention that the
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Thursday evenings, one for the adults animated discussion followed. Miss
been laboring under the delusion that weeks and many new membe >rs are
Square Deni Candy Store is especi­ MARRIAGE LICENSES TO
Mabel Sommerfeldt rendered a vocal
Manager Ray Brooks took his fast and one for younger people.
thev had been generously increased.) being secured for the large class for
ally deserving of the patronage of
All church activities are called off selection and concluded the program
MT. SCOTT RESIDENTS
Athletic club IB.
baseball team to
The cost of additional service ren­ initiation the evening of the 13th at Arleta ___________
this community. The young proprie­
Gresham Sunday and handed the for this week on account of the car­ with a piano solo. A social hour fol­
dered where meters are locked and Cathedral hall.
tors of thia establishment manufac­
lowed, when the hostess served dainty
Marriage licenses were ¡«sued Wed­ later taken down was considerably
Forresters are all preparing for Gresham Giants their first defeat of nival.
ture their own products, and you
refreshments of cake, wafers and
have but to step into their store to nesday at Portland to John M. Rieh greater than where only the changes the state conventon to be held the the season by a score of 6 to 3.
fruit punch, and visitors and mem­
Fourth United Brethren
Ed Thompson, pitching for Arleta,
be assured that everything la aa neat and Jennie Crockett, both of legal in bookkeeping were involv«!. Con­ 14th and 15th at Hotel Portland.
Sunday was childrens' day at the bers returned to their homes, re­
The W. C. O. F. is an insurance struck out 12 men and allowed but
aa n pin nnd that onlv the beat grade age and residing at 5434 42nd avenue sequently, in out recent order service
Hobson. Scott, church. ’ A beautiful program was freshed both in mind andbody.
of unadulterated goods are made by and John V. Reck, 19, Imperial apart- connections which did not involve the order established in 1891. composed five scattered hits.
Mrs. Blanch Fedin, 89th street,
thia firm. When you want anything merts and Frances L, Warren, 18, of locking of meter, had been exempted of representative Catholic women. Rathjen and King also starred for rendered by the children to a crowded near Marie, will entertain the union
Stockton pitched church. The crowning feature was a
from thia charge. Thia change will Since then it has grown and expand­ the Arleta bo vs.
in the line of confectionery nnd be­ 7232 Foster Road.
result in about $11.000 per annum ed until now it numbers its courts by good ball for Gresham, but his sup­ little playlet entitled “What We next Tuesday, June 14, at 2:30 p m.
lieve in patronizing home industry,
Found in the Garden” by Miss Alta This is the annual flower mission
It is apparent that Mr. Marshall more being charged to the gas users. the hundreds and members by the port was ragged in the pinches.
especially when charged no more and
day, and the program will be ia
Catholic
woman
in
Next
Sunday
the
Arleta
team
will
Donkel’s class.
Had
ynur
caae
occurred
after
the
in»
IllWItnill
VI
mulling
lui
vivvl
•
■«saa
jarwa
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thousands.
Any
has
no
intention
of
running
for
vice
generally less than you pay else­
charge of Mrs Ella Fankhauser,
In
the
afternoon
the
Brotherhood
play
Woodburn.
For
games
with
Ar
­
eligible
for
mem-
president
again.
He
suRgeRtii
that
•
effective
date
of
our
recent
order.
good
standing
is
where, don’t forgot the Square Deal
the flower,mis^jon superintendent.
elected
officers
as
follows:
Presi-
teta
call
Automatic
«13-87.
bership.
America
be
populated
by
American«.
June
6th,
thia
charge
would
not
have
Candy Store.
HERALD MULCTED
News Happenings of Lents
ONE DOLLAR
and Surrounding Country
Arleta, Kern Park, Millard
Ave., Tremont, Wooamere