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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 2, 1921)
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LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPT. 2, 1921
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News Happenings of Lents
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VOL. XIX, No. 35
1 Arleta, Kern Park, Millard
Sociul Affairs Are Source of PleaHure to Many;l*ersonal
Items and I .wills of Interest to Herald
Readcra Tersely Told
Many Affairs of Interest to Community Related in En
tertaining Way by Correspondent
of the Herald
Fouler sells Un nnd coffee.
The Herald correspondent. Mrs. C. girls also received letters of the same
P. Blanchard, of 67th street and Pow type corresponding to the size team
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hollenbeck urr mov
Born, to N. F. Sargent. 9827% Fo«
ell Valley road, is authorized to ac in which they have played.
Ing from Newberg to their old home
ter Road, Aug. 24, a daughter.
on 92nd strut.
cept subscriptions as well as news
Fourth United Brethren Church
The lavlics of the G.A.R. will hold
. items for the Herald. Her phone is
The “Count-on-Me” girls’ social on
Mias Albert has returnee! from her
their regular mtwting Saturday, Sep.
Friday evening last was a success,
outing al Welch’» and la again in
both financially and socially.
charge of Dr. Hers' office.
W«* regret to record that IL Win
Mrs. Alta Donkei’s class will give
Labor Day Picnic
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Boylan and
ters Ilf the Kero Park Realty Co., con
an entertainment Thursday evening
Ilnur» ill from a severe »troke of par children and Mr. Boylan’a mother,
1 playground is getting ready for the in the church. Admission 10 and 15
motored here from Freewater, Oregon
final day of the playground season, cents. The proceeds go to the piano
anti are viailing Mr Boylan’a stater,
I-abor day, at which time it is plarned fund.
Mrs. E. W. Valentine of Spokane, Mrs. C E. Sager, of 54th avenue.
The Brotherhood will hold their
have a big church picnic and com regular
sister of Mrs. II H. Hunl at 9119
meeting Sunday evening. Rev.
57th avenue, is enjoying a visit in
C. P. Blanchard will address them.
Wednesday evening was the regu
Arleta Baptist, Kern Park Christian,
courteous treatment and pricea are
A marring«* license was on Wednes reasonable Is St 9903 66th avenue,
Nazarene, and Fourth U. B. churches lar official board meeting. Regular
day lamed to Ear! C. Miller, 20. 9641 Mrs. L. Baxter and sister, proprie.
met with the supervisor of the park, business and the revising of the
•loth nvtnuc. un«l Mary Miles. 20, 8616 tors.
Mr. Foster, and made all arrange church records were attended to.
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Third United Brethren Church
The Mt. Scott W.C.T.U. will meet
A program of games, races, horse
The front of the Herald building is with Mrs. McKinley on 92nd street
Mrs. E. O. Shepherd and daughter
shoe Ditching contests, tugs of war,
receiving a new eoat of paint thi* Tueeday afternoon at 2:30. to hold
boxing and wrestling, etc., is being Dena visited Mrs. Sherk at Sherwood
week at the hands of D. H. !a*chter their annual election of officers. All
planned for the afternoon, beginning Monday.
and “Uncle Nick.”
W. M. A. institute for the U. B.
members pleas«* make an effort to he
at 1 o’clock, with an early supper
about 5 p.m. picnic style (free coffee church will be held at First church
lost, dark brown purse with two «5 present,
being served), while in the evening afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs.
and one «10 bill, on Foster Itoad.
L. W. Harlan and family of 9803
each church will have some special Hay, missionaries from Japan, who
Litoral ie««rd for return to Isaac 59th avenue have return«*! from liwir
stunt for the amusement of the rest. are home on a furlough, will be the
Its vacation at Rockaway. Mrs. Harlan
Ditch, 9217% Foster Road.
A community ring will wind up the principal speakers.
The ice cream social was a success.
day’s program. Special tables will be
Mr and Mrs. Curtis Darnell of th«*
provided for each of the churches for It was given by the Christian Endea-
Imperial valley, California, motored
their suppers, and a number of extra vorers Friday evening.
up here last week, with Mrs. Dar
the expense account, the trip was
At a meeting of the Sunday school
ones will be provided for those who
nell'» mother of 92nd street.
worth the price.
come who are not attached to any of board, plans were made for a general
Mrs. W. I’. Carlyle of Montpelier,
Sunday school rally, to be held from
the Mt. Scott churches.
George Forner and family returned
Idaho, who has been viidtlng her ata-
Races, games, etc-, will feature in Sept. 4 to Oct. 2. The object is:
STREET R I ILWAY TOLD
NEW TEACHERS COMING
tor. Mrs. Frank Miles at 9316 Wood- from their outing at Pacific City last BURIED LOOT IN CELLAR;
First, to regain 1 oases.
terchurch competition, but will by no
Saturday nnd George Is back again
TO KEEP ITS PLEDGES
YOUTHS HELD FOR THEFT
stock avenue, returned home today.
TO TEACH AT LENTS means be restricted to church people.
Second, to conserve forces.
distributing mall in the Lenta district.
Third, to enlarge our borders.
All events will be open to outside
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rimcry ami He thinks Pacific City an ideal camp After digging ten feet into the cellar
The city of Portland, through City
School begins Tuesday, Sentember competition. The program of games
Sept. 4 will be election of officers
daughter Burla, of Echo, Ore., are ing ground and reports a fine trip floor beneath the building at 6423 Attorney Frank S. Grant, last week 6th, at 8:45 am.
will include both volley ball and in and Sept. 18, enrollment of new mem
viailing at the home of her sister, other than a delay of about four days 45th avenue, Monday afternoon. Pol filed with the public service commis
There is one new portable, making door ball and will give five points to bers. Sept. 25 will be promotion day
Mr». W W. Wakefield, 5920 97th caused by motor trouble.
icemen Taylor and Drennen of th«' sion a petition asking for an order 23 rooms in all.
the winner. A series of five inning and Oct. 1 a general rally day. Dur
There will be several changes in games in indoor ball will be played, ing these dates a get-together of
Fosaler's Market has a bran new auto license investigation division,
the teachers at Lents this coming leading to the championship. In vol classes and visiting scholars will be
in this sausage cutting machine that grinds
L. a _ lot of people
maintenance and reconstruction work
Miss Eva Wash, one of the ley ball, two games out of three must carried out.
good old town that will do well to cut out the mozt delicious brands of “hot and other accessories, which led to I on its street railway lines in Port term.
primary teachers, has been trans be played.
out huvtng everything they dcaire dog” to be found in the city—regard
Arleta Congregational Church
ferred to Woodmere. Miss LaRoche.
The program of races will include:
on rrtviit or both buyer and seller will less of breed, color or previous con
sidered, it is maintained, when the who -was at Lents a year ago, will
Sept. 4 the Sunday school will have
dition of servitude. The new machine and house prowling jobs.
go broke one of thc*«e days.
Signed confessions of the two commission permitted the company to take Miss Wash’s place.
charge of the 11 o'clock service. An
is propelled by eleetricty and Is no
old and under.
interesting program will be given by
Miss Hollis Michael was married in
The Rettigs a ho reerntly sold constructed an to be sanitary beyond youths cleared up eight separate increase its street car fares.
(a) For boys.
their home at 92ml street and 54th a reasonable doubt.
July. She has resigned and gone to
(b) For girls.
plicated in three others and also im order be issued requiring the recon Battle Ground, Wash., to live. M as
The pastor, Rev. Mrs. Handsaker,
avenue to Mr Lund, move«! to their
Mrs. Charles E Johnson of 8732 plicated several other members of a struction and repair work to be done Mabel Schnell, of Raymond, Wash., 15 years of age.
will return home next week from her
new home in Montavilla last Tuesda*-
vacation at Ocean Park and long
The Lunds «rill move into their new Foster rowi. and her son. Kenneth i ing which has been operating in the forthwith, or that the company be will have her room. Miss Mayer Al
(a) For beys.
Raupach and wife, of Tremont sta Mt. Scott region for about two required to show cause why the street ton has resigned and Miss Amy
Beach, Wash., she announces in a
car fares should not be proport inn Steinberg has been transferred to the
tion. motored to Pomeroy, Wash., months.
card received by Mrs Blanchard, who
Janitor Wrialcy is laying a trap during the middle of August.
to ably occupied her pulpit two weeks
The first of the two youths was ately reduced in accordance with the Hosford school. Their places will be
for a couple of »mart-aleck young Johnson spent ten days Waiting her found, after a search of several days, sum which the company has failed to filled by Miss Ethel Carter and Miss years of
men who have been committing vari son, Jesse Raupach, at that place nnd to lie serving a seven-day sentence in expend for such work.
Word comes that Mr. Handsaker
Gertrude Foley, both of whom are
ous nuisances around the school then all motored to Lewiston, Idaho, th«* city jail for drunkenness, eom-
The petition reviews the steps that teaching
has started on his return journey but
ig in Portland for the first
grounds recently. The Herald is giv. and back to Pomeroy. Mr. and Mrs mit'ed there by the juvenile court af led up to the granting of the order time. I Miss Carter has ______
it is not known when he will reach
years of age.
ing the boys a friendly tip.
Kenneth Raupach went camping in ter he had fictitiously given his age that increased the car fares, ahowirg in California and Miss Foley in
that the company represented that it Washington.
Washington mountains, while as 17.
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. A. Darnell arrived the
would be necessary to do reconstruc
Mrs. Johnson returns«! home hv train.
Millard Ave. Presbyterian
Fat men’s race.
He is Felix Nordlund, 19 yaara old. tion work at a cost of $656.900; that
from Kerry. Oregon, Wednesday ev
Rev. W. F. Tottsmith filled the pul
Fat women’s race.
1524 68th avenue. The two policemen the company represented that for a NORTHWESTERN COLLEGE
ening, where Mr. Darnell now resides
Sack race for children under 12 pit very satisfactorily on Sunday.
obtained a signed confession from period of 12 months following the al
and where Mr». D. hns been spending W.C.T.U. TO HAVE EXHIBITS
OF LAW OPENS SEPT. II
Rev. Dr. White will return this
years of age.
FROM 24 DEPARTMENTS him. The confession included the rob lowance of adequate fares it would be
She will resume her
Pie-eating contest, for children un week from Long Beach, Wash., where
bery of the Fifth church. Scientists. necessary to spend $10,000 each
school work in 1 enta next Tuesday.
Northwestern College of Law opens
he spent his vacation and will fill his
Sept. 14 and the advertisement of der .15 years of age.
Exhibits from the 24 working de 1424 62nd street, committed June 6,
own pulpit Sunday.
G isi . Hamilton
has sold his home partments of the W.C.T.U. will com when a typewriter and some money month for maintenance work, in ad this educational institution appears
Last Sunday evening was the last
on 87th street nnd 5nth avenue to u prise the exhibit of the Multnomah were stolen. It also cleared up the dition to the normal expenditures to on page four of this paper.
ple over 25 years of age.
of the Sunday evening song services,
Mr. Turner. The house is on«* of the county W.C.T.U. at the county fair robbers’ of the Shipley filling station place the streetcar lines in a satisfac This school is located on the seventh
which were much enjoved bv all who
nice little horn«*» of the district nnd to be held at Gresham Sept. 19 to 21 at 52nd and Powell Valley road, from tory state of repair; hut that the floor of the court house. Sessions are 15 to 25 years of age.
had the privilege of attending.
Mr. Turn«*r him s<*cur>M a place of inclusive. Mrs. C W. Jlarzee. super which $27,5 worth of tires and tubes company “has failed entirely to this held three evenings a week and the
date to do such extra maintenance
which he may well be proud.
intendent of fairs and exhibits for were stolen.
Mt. Scott Playground
work and has also failed, neglected student is thus enabled to pursue his
Laurelwood M. E.
and refused to do a large nart of said regular employment days. It was un
E J. Arn, suCCKBor to C.B. Norbliid the organization, has arranged for a
At 11 a.m., topic: “Labor
During the past week. Miss Harri
reconstruction work, only a small
at the Sixth Av«*nui* Grocer'* on fourteen-foot b«x»th in th«* main
Can the Church Help? ?” 8 p.m.,
son’s 4 ft. 4 in. girls’ indoor ball team How
1«\»«1 vx 1 in 4 and Y1FI.
part thereof having been done by
Woodstock avenue. Invites readers of building at the fair grounds and has
The ex Evangelist
What is Being
that senool was removed to Eugene played against the girls of the Lau “ Done
the Herald to give him a trial in thia also arranged to operate an elaborate* Myrtle Park. The thieves placed the said company to date.”
relhurst playground for the city I
name. A championship in their group.
The petition alleges that by reason
issue. Mr. Arn has a well select««! rest room in the pavillion for visi
The Sunday school will hold a pic
stock of groceries and at right prices. tors. Mrs. Louis Mite will be super tires Th«* machine stolen from Thro, of this neglect the street railway line threc-year course leading to the de- midgets plaved hard but in the end i nic Labor day at Kenilworth park.
The facu I - lost to the Laurelhurst girls by the
intendent of the rest room.
and the streets occupied bv them arc
United in wedlock by Rev. Finley,
W omen of the W. C. T. U. are 45th avenue was included in Nord- in an unsatisfactory and unsafe con ty is composed of leading Portland score of 31 to 4.
Aug. 26th, Theodore Barngtt and
The Western Dairy Products show pledged to make all their own wear
dition for both street car and vehic
This week gives promise of being a Miss Dovie C. Fortune, at the home
recognized as one of the strongest in most
of th«* Pacific Intem.itional Livestock ing apparel except shows, aecording and two other youths had taken Hie ular traffic.
They will make
busy one at the playground. of
1 Mrs. Johnson.
exposition will hold its sixth annua! to Mrs. Marion Gilbert, president of
since it is the winding up of the pres their home at 10,111 Killings worth
show November 5 to 12. at the expo th«* county organization, and some of
MYRA B. SMITH
season On Wednesday the girls avenue. Mr. Barnett is with the Gold
Library, containing thousands of ent
sition building in North Portland. A the best articles of their handiwork
have planned a hike to the Kenilworth Brick Creamery Co.
large lint of premiums is offered this will he shown. The Gresham exhibit
The car broke down just outside of
Funeral services for Mrs. Myra B.
playground, which will feature a ball
year nnd the show undoubtedly will will he sent to Salem at the close of the city, where it was later found Smith, of 92nd street who died last past year, all those taking the bar game between the 5 ft. 6 in. girls of
Local and Personal
be a grent success.
the fair and will herome a part of the striptx>d of tires and accessories. week, were held Monday afternoon at
Miss Elizabeth Roach of 70th street
that playground and the girls of the
W.C.T.U. exhibit at the state fair.
Nordlund told of Archie Morton, act 2 o’clock from the Sunnyside Friends’
same size from our own ground. On spent the week end at McMinnville,
Rev. Taylor, a Presbyterian minis
Mrs, Cliff Kenr, in charge of the ing as a “fence” for them, buying church.
Mrs. Smith was formerly ted to practice. J. H. Hendrickson.
ter in the Mt. Scott district several floral department at th«* fair, is the stolen property, and said Morton superintendent of Portland Commons, 610 Spalding Bldg., is th«* dean an«i Friday night the boys arc planning in the interest of the school she will
yaers ago, now residing in Seattle, fighting for more space for her de had driven to the hiding place of and was a sufferer from cancer, whieh will gladly furnish particulars to all to go on a trip to Oswego lake, start teach two miles from that city this
wns In lents last Sunday. Mr. Tay partment, claiming that th«* exhibit Zimmerman’s car in his own machine cn Thursday caused her demise. She interested, or prospective students ing as soon as the director is off duty winter.
at 8:30 p.m. The father of Charles
Mrs. Edgar Collins and son James
lor noted the wonderful change that of domestic plants and cut flowers nnd taken the loot to his home.
was born October 26, 1879. in Damas will be given further details by call Roeschen has very kindly offered to have gone to the mountains near Fall
has taken place throughout nil Port will occupy tnree time« the space ns
It was this loot which Tavlor and cus, O. She came to Portland with ing upon A. C. Sellers, Herald offic«*. take the hoi's out to the lake in his City to visit her husband, who is at
land since living hero and thinks this heretofore.
Drennen unearthed in the cellar of her husband, Edward D. Smith, in who is himself a student at the school. truck. All day Saturday and Satur work on a modern home for his bro
city has a great future.
Morton’s home. He was placed under 1903, and immediately became en- Several prize» are annually awarded day night will be spent on the lake ther, Dean Collins, the noted writer
arrest, charged with receiving stolen fraged in mission work with the Port- for scholarship bv textbook publish swimming, boating, hiking, etc. The of poems and prose. He is building
Laat Friday evening the Woman’s
ers, and every inducement is offered boys will return home Sunday morn a home in a secluded spot where he
propertv and held in lieu of «2000 and Commons.
Foreign Missionary society of the
Editor Mt. Scott Herald: I wish to bail The policemen also got a signed
For several years Mr. Smith was the ambitious man or woman who is ing in time for the director to go to can carry on his work without inter
Methodist church gave “A Trip
Around the World.” Mrs. Roy Davis correct a statement in the Herald of confession from him. The confession pastor of the Sunnyside Friends’ interested in the law as a profession. work at 12:30. A fine time is looked ruption.
had Japan, Mrs. Inez Richardson Af Inst week in regard to the birthday citeil case» in which Morton had pur- church and his wife assisted him both
Mrs. W. F. Cruikshank and sons
in missionary and ministerinl work. LOCH. BOYS TO PLAY BALL
rica, Mr». Chester McGrew Ireland, dinner. The birthday dinner was not ehaaed tires for «5 and «7.
Last Saturday the playgrounds of George and Dudley, delightfully en
A third arrest was made Tuesday Mrs. Smith is survived by her hus
IN LABOR DAY GAME the city held their seventh annual in. tertained at luncheon at their home,
and China wns the parsonage. Quite given entirely" for me. It was given
a number took th«* trip find si'omrd for all G.A.R men in Reuben Wilson when Patrolmen Drennen and Taylor band and three sons, Edward Jr., Ora
ter-playground track meet at the 4324 66th street, Wednesday of last
The Arleta Athletic club baseball Peninsula playground. A large num week, Mrs. Leslie Murray and her
to enjoy it. Proceeds went to the s<>- Post and Shiloh Circle who had a took into custody M. E. Schooling, a and Jesse Smith.
birthday in the past three months.
“Myra Smith, though eloquent in team will meet the Veterans of For ber of children were entered in the three children, Walter and Elizabeth
There were several of them at that 4410 63rd street He was lodged in oratory and song, preferred to devot eign Wars nine on the Vaughn street meet and some very good work was and Miss Mary, also Mrs. Sarah Cau-
A party consisting of Dr. McSIoy dinner who are as justly entitled to the city jail on charges of larceny herself to the poor and the outcast,” grounds Monday afternoon, starting done. The Mt. Scott playground did thorn.
ijr stolen goods in his pos- said Mrs. Ixda Baldwin Sunday. “For at 2:30. This game was scheduled as not wan very many points but never
and wife. Dr. Ogsbury, wife and two the honor as I was. Too much praise and having
The W.GT.U. on Wednesday last
James R. Brown of 5719 21 years she arranged at leakt one a special attraction for Labor Dav, theless did very well, considering that held their annual election and chose
boys, Thos. McSIoy wifi- and child, cannot he given the ladies of Shiloh session. Jam«'s
and George Spring nnd wife, made an Circle for the splendid dinner. They 37th nvenue was taken by the police religious meeting a day. Thousands and one of the hardest and best plav- on the whole they were so much the following officers: President,
The Wednesday and locked up. He is al of persons who did not know her i I'd games of the season is being vounger than thooe against whom Mrs. Stella Wilson: recording secre
automobile trin through central and hnd everything good to eat.
southern Oregon recently.
In res beans and the birthday cake were lege«! to have made a confession and name will remember the quiqt. earn I look forward to.
they were forced to compete. In the tary, Mrs. Lillie Collins; correspond
Both teams are made up of nearh 30-yard dash, Katherine Brennan ing secretary. Mrs. Mary Fishburn;
ponse to a request from the Herald, lovely, beans like mother used to bake a quantity of the loot of jewelry to est, sweet-faced little Quaker woman
Dr. Ogsbury has written for thia pa them. The circle has a birthday din the value of about «75 is said to have who preached and sang the gospel on I all Mt. Scott boys. Manager Lowery, took second place, while Adeline Nel treasurer. Mrs. Ada Jolley.
per an interesting story, describing ner every three months. You quoted been recovered from his tool box at the streets and in Portland missions.” who is handling the affairs of the son took third plach in the high jump
Mrs. Otis Conn and children, ac
Veterans, has practically the same in her group Among the boys, Mel companied by her brother, all of St.
some of the scenic wonders the party me as 82 years old. I nm 82 years the Hesse Martin Iron Works, where
—John Walrod. he hns been employed.
Brown was BURGLAR TAKES POLLS
squad he had last year under the vin Katzky was the only one who was Johns, Wash., are visiting her hus
viewed. It will he published entire young.
implicated by Morton. A safety raror
WHILE FAMILY AWAY namrof Hesse-Martin. Fans will re able to put over a wanner. Melvin band’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. S.
BODY OF OVERSEAS MAN
listed among the articles stolen from
member how these two teams battled took second place in the target throw Conn, of 4812 64th street.
ARRIVES AT HOBOKEN, N."I a residence in thia district is said to
Mrs. C. S. Miller entertained Sat
“Don’t cry. little girl, don’t cry,
all season last year for the city title, by piHng**up a score of 45 points in
It is reported that the trustees of
have been found at his home
urday evening at her home, 4710 73rd
_ ’ve _ ‘stolen
____ ’ your
w I know.” with Arleta vanning by a close mar four throws standing at a 25-foot dis the Arleta Baptist church have ex
Two Memb«*re G«*t Cold Feet
Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, 3929 65th
street. The guests included Mr. and
The Hoosier poet might well have gin.
tance. The winner of first place beat changed the McCauley property,
Fear of arrert is believed to have written it that way, but probably he
Mrs. T L. Cummings and Miss Thel street, received a telegram Wednes
Phillip Drake of tents will be on | him by five points.
which they had purchased, for the
ma of Newberg, also Mr. and Mrs. day announcing that the body of their prompted Edwaid Tjiurence, aged 17, little realized the meanness to which I the mound for the Vets, with “Red" I Members of the various teams George Wilson property on 64th
Wm. Holland and son Francis, of son, Edwin Smith, who lost his life and Arthur Kenworthy, aged 18. to the burglar of 1921 would stoop. Two ¡Moore, also a Lents bov. behind th, which have represented the Mt Scott street, where in the near future a
Newberg, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lapp overseas during the recent war, had make a neatly wrapped package of a dolls, one eighteen inches high and Imt, Manager Rrnoks of Arleta will playground in three or more of the modern church will be built.
and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. Brown, arrived at Hoboken and would be sent i watch nnd chain and return it to the the other a foot tall, were stolen from have two local boys to do the heaving games against other parks are proud,
A card was received bv the writer
Young I front porch of a house at 5703 47th the home of A. L. Sherk, at 7219 55th for his team in “I«eftv” Heiman and ly wearing the new M. S. monogram, from J. J. Johnson, master of Even
their son Edwin and daughter Helen, to this city for interment.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Blake. Mrs. F, Smith entered the service at Timber. nvenue Wednesday morning. This el avenue recently, while the family Johnny Brandt, with Fegan doing the > whieh is a small M. superimposed on ing Star grange, who has been spend
Brouillette, Mrs Susie Buckley and Oregon, and at the time of his death eventh houT restitution of the prop was away on a vacation.
SeveraT Franklin High i a larger S. The monograms have ing a vacation at Long Beach, saying
daughter Beatrice, Miss Euphemia was a member of the 307th infantry, erty didn't save the boys, however,
school stars will be seen in the Ar been made in three different si-es for ’ they were having a fine time and
Boyes of Newberg, Chas. McAfee, Mr. 77th division. He loot bhr*«ife in the who were arrested by the same two
the different size teams, the 4 ft 4 in. would be back in time for grange on
officers as additional members of the Laurence and Kenworthy are said to
anti Mrs. C. R. Miller and daughters Argonne, October 3, 1918.
boys getting the smallest, the 4 ft Saturday.
— - — - - - — - 1- * II
gang. The house was entered by have confessed to prowling the house
Margaret and Marie, and Jerome Mil
Nobody likes to listen to a tale of !n-in. boys the medium size and the
C. H. Blanchard returned from Col-
Both but denied taking the watrh.
Fosaler sella Vim and Crown flour. burglars several night» ago.
woe—unless it is his own.
ler, all of Portland.
5 ft 6-in hoys the largest sise. The i
(Continued on Page Four).
Fussier sells groceries.