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MEN’S CLUB FORMED
At what those present stated was ration were placed at 50 cents the
the large«! gathering of I.ents busi month.
Through the courtesy of A. E. Mor
ness men at any time during the part
ton years the lznts Business Men’s terud, John Donaldson, Ben Wise anu
club was formol Friday night, Feb. Clarence E. Tillman, u lunch con
24, at s meeting in the I. O. O. F. slating ni sandwiches, sauerkraut,
bsiH|ii<t hull. After it had lx-en de- wienies, bread, butter and coffee was
cidrd that Special Officer C. N. An- served.
Among those present and who be-
derson ba regulsriy employed for the
fire and ¡»lice protection of the canu* members of the Ixmto Business
Lents business district a motion was Men's elub were: R. M. Stone, A.
nm<k' nnd carriol that a permsnon". Brugg» r, L. E. Wiley, A. 8. I’oarcc,
organization b« effected. Th« num«, Chester Cieelinski, Mr. ►Hirlich, Roy
Ionia Business Men’s club was chos- Dnvis, Axel Kfldahl, W. E. Goggins.
♦n and the following officers were el- A. E. Morterud, F. R. Peterson, Dr.
octo I Roy Davis of the Eagle Gar- C. 8. Ogsbury, Ben Wise, Mwrenee
age. president; Dr. C. -8. Ogsbury, Dinnoen, A. J. Mathre, F. R. Fenton.
secretary; A. E. Morterud, treasurer. Mr. Kelly, D. J. O’Connor, M. V.
An executive committee, to work O’Connor, H. Warriner, Chas. Ed
with the president nnd secretary as wards, M. J. Ford, Clarence E. Till
«>x-olfici<> member», waa chosen as man, John Itonnldson, Earl Wing, El
follows: L. K. Wiley, Ben Wise, John mer Morterud, F. E. Wing, Martin
Donaldson, Axel Kildahl, Dr. A. C ' EberhanI, Dr. A. C. Lundberg, Dr. P.
Lundberg. Dues in the new organi-jj. O’Donnell, C. N. Anderson.
A very enjoyable affair took place
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
flcacock, 10003 Foster Road. Friday
•vening, February 24. The occasion
was the 85th anniversary of the mar
riage of Rev. Fred J. and Marietta
Cope, pastor, and wife, of th« Friends
«hunch, Lents. They, with their old-
time friends, Emmon W. and Mm.
Hall -at Sunnyside, and Mr. anil Mrs.
Alvin Thomas were invited to lake
4 o'clock dinner and epend the eve
ning with the Hracocks.
About 8 o’clock they were com-
pletely surprised by 28 more of their
friends coming In to congratulate and
wish them many more happy returns
of tha day. A hymn waa sung, an
-original poem, composed for the oc
casion. was read by Mrs. Heaeock,
another hymn, a speech by Rev. Mrs.
Ward (known years ago in Ohio).
Mrs. Ward said that as all preachers
were auppoeed to take a text when
the> spoke, she would take for this
time, “Behold! bow they loved one
another.” She spoke very beautifully
of their past and said, “as wo had
seen them since they had l>een among
tia. so they had been all along their
Mm. Tamplin gave an amusing talk
ami read an original parody on one
of Riley’s poems to fit the occasion.
Mildred Hencock gave a comical
reading which waa much enjoyed.
Rev. Chester Hadley, ¡»aster of
First Friends church, Sunnyaide, gave
some interesting reminiscences of
years ago. Then followed a very flt-
ting prayer .by Miss Spann of Pled-
tuont Evangelistic Institute.
Rev. Cope responded in a very ap-
preciative way, for the good things
that had been done for and said about
them. Refreshments were served and
the company dispersed at a late
hour which had flown all too soon,
but will linger long in our memories.
—(By One Who Waa There)
LENTS BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday school at 9:45. Preaching
•ervice at 11 a. m. Communion serv
ice theme, “Bible Friendship.” Ju
niors at 3:30, Pisgah Hume rally.
Seniors at 6:39; lender, Nina Peter-
aon. Rev. Chas. Rutherford of India
will give his famine experiences at
The recital given by Mrs. Arnspiger
was a success in every particular.
The ladies' of the church who bene-
fltted by it wish to express their grat
itude and appreciation to both the
teacher and class. Mrs. Arnspiger
will have another recital in the near
future. Some of the children got out
of bed the day before In order to
play, such waa the loyalty to class
Mrs. Leitch Is Herald Agent
Mrs. Bessie I-eitch, 5351 89st atreet,
Is an authorized solicitor of the Mt
ficott Herald. She will be glad to
accept subscriptions, advertisements,
>and collect for same.
W. Dean Shepard, 21, 695 Front
atreet, and Alice Rush, 18, 5028 62d
Free Want Ads.
The Herald will accept and print,
free, Help Wanted and Work Wanted
classified ads. The only gondition for
the latter classification will be: “Are
you out of work?"
In The Atleta Melting Pot
An Organized Lents
VOL. XX, No. 9
LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, . MARCH 3, 1922
Subscription, 4>1.5O the Year.
SURPRISE ON REV. COPE
CHESTER A. LYON
TO BE IN LENTS
Chester A. Lyon, who was to have. could be kept out of the juvenile
spoken in the I<ents school assembly 'court, if a contact was made with the
. second . week ■ in
e . • parents
____ . S’ of the boy,
■ v* tr
who was unable to do so, owing to, parents as to the proper procedure
the small-pox epidemic, will speak to take with their boy problem,
every night next week in the school
What he has prophesied is coming
assembly hall un “Boy Problems.”. true. In a recent check-up on rec-
Monday, March 6, Mr. Lyon will take' ords in the court he has discovered
as his subject, “Five Keys that Un-, tl.at not a single case has been re-
lcck the Heart of a Boy”; Tuesday, ported in the districts where he has
March 7, “The Boy They Call Bad”; worked.
Mr. Lyon does not pose as a man
Wednesday, March 8, “Dad and Ma”;
Thuisday, March 9, “Live Wires”; who thinks he “knows it all.' How-
March 10, “The Boy’s ever, hfs extensive experience in han-
World”; Saturday, March IL "On ' dling tiie boy problem has made
i him as an authority on the subject.
the Wrong Road.”
Parents and friends are invited to Nine yeais ago he and his wife
attend every night. Boys are allowed ¡founded
' founded the
the “Big Brother Farm” at
to be present on only two evenings,: Lebanon, Oregon. . He has had hun-
¡dreds of boys under his supervision
Monday and Thursday.
When Mr. Lyon started this new'»»«! U from h*« experience he is able
work the first of January he declared (to help anxious parents and friends
that he was satisfied many cases °t boys,—that is his great desire.
FRIENDS QUARTERLY MEETING
The Portland quarterly meeting of
Clarence W. Campbell, erect garage.
Friends church is being held at Sec
Henman 4 Melvin, for
The smile of the Arleta branch, children’s librarian, is a real one as it beams over this group of chil
ond Friends church, Lents, March 3,
Hirschman, at 10011 56th Street; dren, bent upon becoming better Americana. While their parents learn from Americanization c I msos the
4 and 6.
great gift of Americaniam. these tots, too, learn that thia land offers a chance to the humblest. They learn
E. 75th street; builder, same; *50.1 Friday’s program is: 2:30, meet
J. Mason, 4419, 47lh atreet; |50.
that th. question America ask. is, “what can you do?” not “What have you?” nor yet. “Who are You?
ing on ministry and oversight; 7:45,
A. L. Howard, for Norman Stratton, They learn that the laborer her. is worthy of his hire and that there ia less of class, caste and a striving to Mrs. A. H. Mulkey, erect garage, at
department of peace
at 3717 66th atreet; *100.
President Pennington of Pacific Col
wards less religious bigotry here than in most foreign lands.
A. L. Howard, for E. M. 1-ang, at
Chas. Watkins, erect garage, at 5703 lege.
6717 E. 90th atrset; (10.
Saturday’s program follows: 10:30,
50th avenue; builder, same; *50.
J. Trachsel, 6524 69th avenue; *60.
nue, has been ill at his home recent Bertram A. Luice erect residence 6122 : meeting for worship; 12:30, lunch;
L. C. Hill, for 8. Riley, at 6006 39th
ly, but is much better.
44th avenue; builder, H. M. Ed . 2:00, meeting for worship; 7:45, reg
New books at the Lenta library are
ular business session.
C. Aldrich, for C. P. Brusterhouse. at as follows:
Sunday, March 5, will close the
fell and was hurt last week, was Oliver Stromquist, repair residence .
3726 79th atreet; *55.
Hayward — Automobile
John Manz and family are enjoy reported much better. His wife has
meeting with: 11, regular services
Meaher Plumbing Co., for Walter Starting, Lighting.
ing a few days in the country, near, been very ill for several days, but is F. L. Sterling, make excavation and [ in various churches; 3:00, Bunday
Hays, at 9319 67th avenue; *200.
Garland—Son of the Middle Bor Dallas, Oregon.
feeling much better.
foundation, 5323 55th avenue; *100. school rally; 7:45, regular services in
Pulley 4 Zurcher, for R. L. Hayes, at der.
P. L. Manderville has rearranged, Trank Speidel, formerly in Lents H. E. Mussel white, erect garage, 3545 various churches.
9142 55th avenue; *50.
Seashore — Psychology
in Daily the counters in the Mt. Hood Ice
during construction of the Foster
E. 66th street; *250.
W. J. Taylor, for Mrs. Sander, at 5721 Life.
Cream Parlor. Mr. Manderville has Road trunk sewer,."has been ill with F. H. Miller, erect garage, at 5030 Women of Lents church served hot
50th atreet; »250.
Scarborough — Famous
Modern discontinued serving regular dinner.
34th avenue; builder, same; *100. drinks.
A. L. Howard, for Mrs. H. It. Ber Ghost Stories.
J. 8. Mellors has installed a new
nard, at 4228 56th ssrenue; *100.
St, Louis cash register.
Washington, D. C-, taking a special
THE BOY OF THIRTEEN
Mrs. Shireley Buried
Glen White, for Frank Doser, at 6541
Beebe—Edge of the Jungle.
Miss Lorena Anderson, 9521 60th government course in income tax
Woodstock avenue; *70.
Mrs. Mary Eleanor Shiveley, who
avenue, is now working at Lenta work.
While in Washington Mr. died at the Shiveley home, 8716 56th
When Doctor Edward Everett Hale
Philip Carrote, 7017 K3rd street; *55.
O’Brien—Mystic Isles of ths South Electric Bakery.
Pentney will visit with James Lillie,
was ninety years of age, he wrote:
M. Hall, for Elijah H. Adams, at 6620 Seas.
G. E. Cain has installed a vulcan brother of George Lillie, 5508 85th avenue Monday morning, was buried
“A grandson of mine had his birth
89th street; *65.
Starrett—Book for Machinists Ap- izing outfit at Lents service station.
from Kenworthy undertaking parlors
day the other day, the birthday when
C. II. Anderson, for Chas Prins, at prentices.
Axel Kildahl took the flu count
Shilah Circle, No. 19, Ladies of the
he was thirteen years old. Until now
7623 45th avenue; *80.
Tuesday noon and has not been at G. A. R., gave a dinner Saturday Interment was in Mt. Scott Park I have always written him little boy
cemetery. Mrs. Shireley is survived
C. B. Anderson, for E. A. Stahl, at
the garage since.
noon, followed by a patriotic program by her husband, Weldon Shiveley; letters, as if he wanted me to talk
7521 48th avenue; *250.
Lindsay—Congo and Other Poems.
B. G. Clark has removed his shoe
S. Smith, for H. H. Jonah, at 2535
Fletcher — Orange, Yellow Dia- repairing shop from 6715 Foster arranged by Mrs. Florence Hamlin two children, Gaylord and Lucille; a about sleds or picture-books or skates,
in commemoration of the birthdays of brother, F. W. Tussey of Rose City but I told him that now he was thir
71st street; *75.
Road to 9535 92nd street, Goggins’
E. R. Bradbury, for Mr. Pullen, nt
James—Ghost Stories of an An ti store. Mr. Clark is glad to be back Lincoln and Washington.
Van, Lents; father, R. J. Tussey; a, teen I should begin writing man let
Dr. John H. Fitzgibbon, stomach sister, Mrs. Kate Jones, Medford, ters to him. I told him that after a
4503 78th atreet; *30.
in Lents, but Orchards, Wash., claims and intestinal specialist, with offices
boy is thirteen he has duties to the
E. R. Bradbury, for Mr. Wells, at
him Wednesday nights when he goes nt 706 Stevens Building, was a pro Ore., who is too sick to be in Port state, to sociey. I told him that now
6108 43rd avenue; *70.
Collins—Book of Wireless.
over to handle the job of Noble Grand fessional caller at Lents Junction last
Wm. J. Taylor, for Fred Lucas, at
Neb., and a sister in Beatrice, Neb. he had got to stand in line and fight.
in the Orchards Oddfellows lodge.
“1 said that if he was bidden to ‘sail
3615 64th street; *75.
JEWESS TO SPEAK
The Shiveley family moved into Lents
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Fague and fam
Mrs. Worden, mother of Mrs. Foss- from Gates Road and Foster Road the channel fleet,’ he must sail the
Stark-Davis Co., for J. Gawley, at
ily of Myrtle Park, Mrs. F. M. Spoon
channel fleet, and not begin by finding
3244 54th street; (25.
Mias Gennette Gedalins, a Jewess, er of Woodmere and E. A. Fague of ler, who has been ill woth cancer at two weeks ago.
the home of her daughter, is reported
excuses as those people did in the
Alaska Plumbing Co., for Mm. J. Pey- superintendent of Frisco Christian
Broadway apartments motored up the as failing rapidly.
ralans, at 2709 71st street; *275.
Mission to the Jews, San Francisco,
Columbia River Highway Monday aft
Mrs. Hallenbeck who is in charge
Ed Miller, for Mrs. M. A. Williams, will speak at Second Friends church.
Dr. O’Neill told the Medical Soci
ernoon as far as Hood River, leav of the hot lunch room at the school, is
at 7209 E. 83rd atreet; »65.
Lents, at 7:40 p. m., Tuesday,
K. G. Nichols, 8930 71st avenue, is
ing there at seven and arriving home confined at home this week on ac ety of Elk County, Penn., that the
J. C. Pedersen. 8705 73rd avenue; *40 March 14. Other churches and the
a 16 x 32 foot chicken coop..
at ten. They report a fine trip and count of illness in her family. Mrs.
Ray Graham, for Lester Van Fleet, general public are invited to hear her.
children under school training. The He plans to raise more Barred Rock
took several pictures of the snow- Northup is taking her place.
at 6321 43rd street; *50.
She is an educated women, and a drifts, some of which
only comment we make, with such chickens.
were 25 feet
Mrs. Sweet, on Gilbert Road who
C. A. Menth, for M. J. Thomas, at fluent speaker. Charles H. Hart, of deep.
I i nformation as is available, is that
Mrs. J. H. Richards, 6016 Foster
suffered a second stroke of paralysis n- "ri’xr n'i "u
6428 88th street; *100.
Milwaukie, will sing.
Dr. O’Neill should have his medical Road, has begun the erection of a
• John Appleman has been confined some months past, is slightly
Thos. Gillard, for W. Ramsey, at 4147
education cut off just above the col- concrete and frame business building
for a few days with the grippe
72nd avenue; *300.
Charley Shea in Town
I ar button—Ottawa Journal.
to be divided into two storerooms at
John Holmes has gone back to
Mrs. Droste entertained Dr. Hess.
A. A. Ready, for Mr. Wellea, at 6032
Charles F. Shea, president and work after being home for several
1254 Union avenue. O. M. Barber is
45th avenue; ,50.
general manager of the J. F. Shea days on account of the grippe.
contractor, and the cost is ap
in honor of Mr. Droste’s birthday. As
Stark-Davis for R. A. Parrish at 4846 company, has returned to the city af
Ninety-second street had had the _____
re- proximately *3500.
87th street; *225.
ter an extended tour of Arixona and holes filled recently.
The attendance honor roll for the
ruary 28th, he has had but six birth- ^lved J? raise a. fan beatri during
Jno. P. Wentz, for J. Gallagher, at California. Mr. Shea states that Lox
Mrs. C. Robinson and, family, 9816 days all told.
the coming year, because, as he says term in Room 12, Lents school, is as
4412 90th atreet; *60.
Angeles is booming, but that heavy 59th avenue, have moved into the
follows: Donald Knauss, Grace Hays,
I. S. Buchanan, 6419 84th street; ,100. frosts in southern CaliforniA
R. H. Tate, 6108 47th stret, has that is about all that is left to him
“ has Tourney apartments at Second and
that a woman can’t do. — Portland Katherine Brady.
J. A. Deas, 5903 102nd street; *225. done considerable crop damage. Mr. Taylor.
taken out a permit to erect a Di
Attendance honor roll for Febru
J. E. Olson, for Mrs. Jno. Larson, at Shea returned in time to find the
story, *2500 resdience at 6105 45th
The new five-room house of Mrs. C.
ary: Adam Batch, Albert Leuthold,
4935 75th atreet; *50.
Foster Road sewer project, handled Schneider of 9715 59th avenue, is
Alice Saat, Blanche Boulin, Erma
The Season's Pest
by his company, completed.
His nearing completion. Mrs. Schneider
F. H. Miller, 5022 32nd avenue, will
Greenslade, Frances Smith, George
company has made a record in quick expects to move into her new home erect two 1)4 -story, *4000, residences
Browning, Harold Bangs, Kenneth
time for sewer construction, for the about April 1.
at 5030 34th avenue and 5032 34th.
ceptional man is one who hasn’t a Wellman, Magdalene Grimm, Milo
work did not begin until two months
Mrs. Winnie Newton and son and
Gay, Pat Barbee, Ronald Young, Sven
L. M. Olsaver, for Mr. Flanigan, at after the contract had been let and
St. Paul’s guild held a Washington 1 bad cold. An interesting man is one
daughter, Bert and Iorena Anderson,
9727 57th avenue; *26.
has been completed prior to the ex have returned from Roseburg, where birthday tea at the residence of Mrs. who doesn’t advise you to try “the Gustafson, Verna Brugger, Willis
L. M. Olsaver, for Mr. Flanigan, at piration of the contract time allowed. they worked for a few days. They ¡Barber, Lents, Feb. 22. Each mem- best cold cure.”
9728 57th avenue; *25.
K— visiting at .v-
----- of * ber responded with a quotation from
C. L. Dearlove, for Mrs. Alice Locke,
Mail Late Last Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Young of 10212 Washington. Piano solos by Helen1
at 9519 55th avenue; *70.
60th avenue since their return. They McKinley and Annette Larsen were, M. La Grippe imprisoned mail- ♦
BURDETTE WRITES A
C. L. Dearlove, for A. B. Williams, at HARVEY—To Mr. and Mrs. C. W. have rented a home at 9521 60th ave enjoyed and an excellent talk on the carrier George Fortner Thursday aft
5603 E. 56th street; *30.
Harvey, 4417 61st atreet, February nue and will move in(o it soon.
founding of St. Pauls mission by. ernoon and Friday of last week and •
Elect. House 4 Sply Co., for W. 8.
17, a son.
Gust Nelson of 10119 61st avenue Bishop Morris and Dr. Van Waters; as a consequence much mail was un- • Dear Jim:
Sanders, at 7827 59th avenue; *60. REITON—To Mr. and Mrs. H. M. surprised his friends and neighbors was given by Mrs. O. E. Lent. The delivered during these da vs. Herald
My February cream test, by ♦
Stanley Lutz, for Mrs. Peters, at
Reiton, 5711 49th avenue, February recently by driving home in a now guild met this week with Mrs. Hal- subscribers did not receive their
chemists of the City of Port
6430 E. 83rd street; *40.
17, a son.
papers on time lsst week, due to « land, was 5 per cent (3)4 per
Edw. Forbes, 4243 50th avenue.
MERRICK—To Mr. and Mrs. A. Mer
Mrs. C. Sckookum of 95th street
cent is required by law). My
Geo. W. Betts has prepared plans this cause.
♦ bacteria count was 1300 (10,-
Mrs. Emil Eskilaon, 8036 63rd.
rick, 1735 E. Uth, February 16, a is recovering from a long sickness.
for a 1-story, (2600, house at 4406
Star Elect Co., for A. Anderson, at
Mr. and Mrs. A. Campbel] of 10411 61st avenue, to be erected by Jasper
000 is allowed in certified
A series of Saturday night dances
« milk and I do not even have to
2061 E. Taylor.
BAIRD—To Mr. and Mrs. B. 3. 57th avenue have built a new home Matcovich, 5511 60th avenue, for him will
begin at Brentwood hall, com-
C. I. Dearlove, for C. H. Hall, at
Baird, 2614 E. 67th, February 20, and are residing in it
keep within 10,000 for I
mencing March 4. Gentlemen 50c.
6647 92nd atreet.
The operators of P. R. L. 4 P.
haven’t had that test made—I
B. I. Dunford is erecting a »400 Ladies, 25c
Mrs. Porter, 6610 50th avenue; *35.
WARREN—To Mr. and Mrs. Robert company’s reducing station at Lents
surpassed it so far I didn’t need
R. Warren, Jr., 6904 40th avenue, Junction, and the reducing station at
My solids tested 9.7 (8)4
Thornes Grocery has opened at 84th
Nothing can be compared to a ♦ is required).
February 22, a son.
Sellwood have exchanged places.
Burdett's Milk Again Scores High
faithful friend and no weight of gold
Both operators are residents of the
Yes, Jim, you can buy 10c
City of Portland chemists’ Febru
H. Thorne conduct it.
■ and silver is able to countervail the
Lenta district Mr. Bruce, who has
milk, IF YOU WANT 10 CENT
ary milk tests showed that J. Bur
J. W. Newlin has jumped into the goodness of his fidelity.—Ecclesias-
been operator at the Lenta Junction
dette's milk tested 5 per cent cream
real estate game with an office at ticus.
Yours for Pure Milk,
(the law requires but 3)4 per cent)
5848 Foster Road.
1300 baateria count (the law allows a Lenta man who handles every elec- sides just east of I.ents on Foster
W. E. Brown has been a recant flu
Every free born citi ten of the
4918 99th St S. E.
10,000); 9.7 solids (the law requires trical device for industry and house Road, and Mr. A. James resides
He sells them and repairs on 97th street in Lents. Mr. James victim.
I United States may aspire to the pres
but $.5), It is a constant result hold.
P. H. Doughty has purchased the idency, but to most of us the job isn’t
of those testa that J. Burdette of them. He reports business as pick was formerly operator of the Lents
worth the trouble of going after it.
Stewart Grocery, 6203 82nd street.
Lents scores high.