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LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY,
Subscription, $1.50 the Year.
1922 IS BUILDING YEAR
THE EAGLE MAYS
MARCH 24, 1922
VOL. XX, No. 12
HE SELLA DA HOdCH, COPS
DECLARE; FOUND GUILTY
Mt. Scott Industry Brings Payroll to District
The attendance at school has not
Waldo Dunford of 4720 72nd street
Mt. Scoti la Doing Ila Share of the
Bootleggers sn-i moonshiners who been so good for the past month ow-
was married to Mrs. Cahill recently.
think they can go into police court ; ing to vaccinations and sickness
Merle Bates of 41st avenue and!
______ ___________________________ Z and perjure their way to liberty are among th«- pupils.
Before the Mt. Scott Improvement 70th street, underwent an operation,
not only going to receive the extreme 1 at thia writing, however, is almost
club in recent meeting Qty Commis recently, on hia lung. He was gassed
The firm takes its name from the
Michaelson - May son, Inc, is the] Sales are made direct to the home
sioner Barbur slated that 33 per cent several times during the war.
name of a davenport manufacturing! owner, thus eliminating the cost of two members, A. E. Michaelson and penalty for their offense, but they
New pupils enrolled last week ’vere
Dr. Boone is in bed suffering with establishment which brings to Mount handling and retail sale. Ninety per J. R. Mayson. The firm was incor must likewise face the state grand
more permit» for building homes
Baker, Kenneth Milla, Clyde
were issued In January’, 1922 than in the Au.
Scott a business averaging $4000 each < ent of the sales are made in Port- porated in August, 1921, but existed
Mrs. Berry, owner of the Kern monlh. Ten people- are employed and land, but numerous orders come from for two years prior to that time under Municipal Judge Rossman last week Hood and Evelyne Nelson.
January. 1921. Electric permits is
Room IV won the banner for best at
sued in January, 1921 numbered 682; Park Garage, hue become more hand the product, davenports, are sold in Washington and outside Oregon cities the business name of Michaelson J i when he held Theodore Armatus, con
victed bootlegger, to the grand jury tendance last month.
for January, 1922, 1019.
Plumbing some after a recent attack of the flu. Portland and surrounding territory, and towns.
Among the visitors wen at school
for perjury. Bail was set at $1000.
The paving of Foster Boulovard,
permit» this year are 100 per cent
past month were Mrs. E. D. Pyle,
more than last year during the same from 72nd to 82nd street, was start
legging and sen’enced to six months Mrs. Lsuu-efield, Mrs. O. M. Nickolas,
time. If any Mt. Scott resident be ed Thursday two weeks ago. There
in the county jail and fined $500. An Edna Mac Ackerman, Mrs. F. Shum
lieves that Mt. Scott to not doing its will lie eighteen feet of pavement in
additional bail of $1000 was ordered way, Mrs. Glee Madden, Mrs. Shafer,
share to Increase the building per the center.
the court when the defendant’s Mrs. J. F. Cole, Thornton Cole and
mils of Portland let him read the
attorney announced an appeal to the Mias Myrtle MeNiel.
building, electrical and plumbing per tells the Eagle that their business
Delphin Hay, a former pupil of the
circuit court would be taken.
mits in this Issue of The Herald. If has been fine recently.
grade, has moved from her
Tile new drug store of Mr. loach’s
he will follow them every week he
home on Buckley avenue to Lenta.
will find the immense building pro
Clarence Freeman of the seventh
At that time Armatus denied he had
gram non going on here. He will it, announcing the dat« of the open
grade, who has been ill for several
understand why the Ml. Scott busi
where police found a still and liquor weeks, was taken to St. Vincent’s
The Flrtand Athletic club held a
ness people smile through a rainy
which he was accused of manufacture hospital last week.
Man-h which hue succeeded a long, boxing smoker at 7232 Foster Boule
Mrs. Eugene Abbott, who has been
cold winter with attendant unem vard, last Tuesday evening,
But residents of that district iden- » the Good Samaritan hospital for
ployment, much sickness, and cess boxing events constituted the pro-
titled Armatus as the man they had more than ■“ weeks, has been re-
pools inflicted at the time sewers arc gram. The club met at 7221 45th
seen daily about the house, while po turned to her home.
avenue Thursday of the asm« week.
lice officers testified they had found
M™- C®1« of Floyd «venue, is en-
J. H. Zehrung of 7105 48th avenue.
loafer Read Improvement
mail at the place addressed to him. j°X’nK « visit from her son, Thom-
Tile city advertised for bids for the
Armatus finally admited he had vis- ton» from Idaho. Mr. Cole is an in-
Improvement of Foster Road from ning boys, has built a garage ad
ited at the place frequently.
atructor in physical and manual
Powell Valley road and 6Oth street joining the house. One-half of the
Tile police charged that Armatus training.
to 72nd street last week. Bids were
was" living at that address with an
A hard-times party was given by
one-fourth of it for a workshop, and
opened next Wodneadya.
American girl, who posed as his wife. the Bellrose Community club recant-
Fur the benefit of those readers
. ly, with a pleasant occasion reported.
who have forgotten th* details of this for the Zehrung print shop.
M’ARTHUR RETURNS;_______________ Not many communities have such
Mrs. William Kummer of Bloom
improvement a» ap|>caring in The
STARTS NEW PAPER “ rustling deputy sheriff as this. Mr.
Herald some weeks ago the detailed ington, III., has been visiting with her
Calkins, our deputy, has succeeded in
brother, L. Kummer, of 4852 73rd
plan of improvement is:
Mr. and Mrs. George A. McArthur finding seventeen stills in the last
The pavement is to be asphaltic
have returned from Spokane, Wash., few months. Three weeks ago he ar-
J. 1 M. Christopher of 4619 72nd
concrete pavement No. 1 on a crushed
where Mr. McArthur went in business rested two young men who confessed
rock base; asphaltic concrete pave
last November. Three job presses in court to taking a large number of
ment No. 2 on a crushed rock base, on his knee recently.
and other machinery has been shipped chickens from the henhouses of resi-
The students of Franklin high
concrete |iavement No. 1 or concrete
to Portland and with A. C. Sellers, dents of this district.
pavement No. 8 as shall hereafter be school were examined recently for
who leaves The Herald this week, Mr. trying to sell the chickens on the
determined by the council, except the the itch. Many pupils were found to
This is "Bill” Michalson, foreman class davenport. The covering has chairs and footstools, all overstuffed, MeArthur will establish the North market when arrested and were each
central 18.5 feet of the roadway be suffering with it.
Clackamas News at Milwaukie, Or. given a sentence of 99 days on the
Mrs. Pearl Carlton, of 7240 Foster of the Michaelson-May son, Inc., shop already been placed on the arms, and are manufactured exclusively in this
which is to be occupied by the tracks
Arrangements are being perfected to rockpile at Kellys Butte.
of the Portland Railway, Light A Boulevard, underwent an operation
purchase a Babcock four-page, cylin-
A. Trachsel, who lives near Foster
That portion of for mastoid on March 8. She is reat-
once-over. Hair stuffing is being is the highest grade of stuffing pro pose. Down or spring cushions are der press and it is possible the new Road, is vary ill in the Sellwood hos-
the poadway occupied by the tracks
i newspaper may print other news- pitaL
Mrs. W. H. Ferris of 5308 70th placed over the springs in a high- vided for such work. Davenports, provided.
of the Portland Railway, Light A
papers on Its press. Mrs. McArthur
Miss Myrtle MeNiel, former teach-
Power Company shall be improved by street has been sick with a bad cold.
is ill at the Oak Grove home of Mr. er of the Gilbert school, was.gplea^-
James Wild, 4912 7.3rd street
plan to better their English By read p. m-, in the Happy Valley home of and Mrs. Sellers. w
laying a concrete base six inches
ant visitor last Tuesday. Miss Mc-
ing this newspaper.
the bride’s parents.
thick, a crushed rock ballast two been suffering from an attack of ery
H. B. Greene, for 16 years a lino-jNiel is now teaching in Boardman,
Margaret Hoekstra, 4419 Ninety- type operator on the Oregonian, took Ore.
inches thick under the ties, by laying sipelas.
The Burt Deardorff funeral will
Mrs. W. H. Kcpcha has opened a
The Gleaner society of Anabel
be held today at 2 o’clock from the second street, is one of the latest charge of the linotyping department
a concrete base between the ties, and
‘ vicinity is beginning to feel
shop for dress repairing in room J4o.
Kenworthy parlor. Interment Sunny Herald subscribers.
paving with either concrete pavement Presbyterian church gave a silver 9, Yott building.
of The Herald this week. LL.
the touches of spring. The wood
Mr. Gilstrap, proprietor of the lives at 397 East Fifty-fourth street piles do not melt so fast and farmers
No. 1 or concrete pavement No. 3 as tea at the home of Mrs. Beaumont,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Palmer are
Park barber shop for the past North, with Mrs. Greene and two are plowing when the conditions per
shall hereafter be determined by the 6220 37th avenue, recently.
Rev. J. P. O’Flynn is suffering with
giving up their home at 5418 Seventy-
14 years, has sold out
council, except that portion to be im
sons. He is a native Kansas.
Mrs. John Howe is a Saturday
proved with macadam as hereinafter Mother Testifies About Son's Injury. first stret, Sunday. Mrs. Palmer is
Lewis Wagner has been plowing
helper at Mathes market.
Mrs. Catherine J. Stowe, mother of going to llenver to visit for a time
provided, which shall be improved by
Mrs. Herrin recently.
Mr. Palmer goes helping his father, G. C. Redman, the
One of the free want ads which
laying a crushed rock ballast eight John Olney, who is suing the Port- with her mother.
We are glad to note that Mrs.
The Herald offers to all unemployed
inches thick under the tics and pav-' 1 land Railway, Light 4 Tower com- to Oregon City where he will
A. M. Elmer has purchased the bi- Cree. who has been very ill with
Armen trout-Wicke Motor company was a great help to one Lents man.
ing with crushed rock macadam. The P^nY for $50,000 damages as a result tinue hia employment with the
cycle shop of Frank Babnik in Lents smallpox, is getting along very
He has left for a job at Bull Run and
improvement must be completed 180 of a street-car accident at Ninety
Francis Feed company’s warehouse, to G. Haberlach, Zigzag Farm, Clacka he savs he received many replies to and has taken charge. Mr. Babnik is
'days from the date of the passage of fifth street and Woodstock avenue,
A home talent entertainment is al-
being cared for by Multnomah county.
November 30, 1919, in which Olney
The Herald ad. Can The Herald
the ordinance by the council.
Besides selling and repairing bicycles ways looked forward to with interest
was injured, took the stand in Cir- looks spic nnd span in its new coat 6132 Fifty-eighth avenue, roadster.
help any other unemployed by run- Mr. Elmer will perfect arrangements by the people of the community, so
cuit Judge Bingham's court and de- of paint.
T. J. Armentrout has moved into a ning a free want ad for them?
HE CANT GO WITHOUT DRINK:
for the selling of his combination get ready - * for an evening
scribed the accident.
One of the first things Mrs. S. A. house at 7327 Forty-fifth avenue.
COURT FINES HIM ONLY 125
shopping and professional men’s bag ment on April 7. Further announce •
"The front car was derailed.” «aid Coonradt, 5004 Eighty-fifth street,
NEIGHBORS OF WOODCRAFT , which he has invented.
A. E. Sampson is a new shop em
i ments later.
Mrs. Stowe, “and Johnny wax bounced did upon her return to Iænts from
Miss Lucile Evans of Newberg has
Chris Ixillock, 6112 84th street, en back and forth across the car. He her three months’ visit in Great Falls, ( ploye of Armentrout-Wicke Motor
been visiting with her sister, Mrs.
tertained so effectively in District finally fell in the aisle just before Mont.; Osage, la., and Minneapolis company.
REDMAN BUYS GROCERY.
Mt Scott circle No. 595, Neighbors
Kemnitz of Foster Road.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Howe visited
Judge Deich'a court recently that he the lights went out and I saw he was was to come into The Herald office
Woodcraft, held a very interesting
We are sorry to note that Mrs.
G. C. Redman, 7528 Woodstock
escaped with a mere fine of $25 for bloody."
to enter her subscription and pay for
meeting Friday, March 10. Immedi- avenue, has purchased and taken Simmons of Buckley avenue and
Dr. E. de Witt Connell, called to one year. “It was mighty cold, some
artely after the regular session sever charge of the grocery formerly owned Powell Valley road is very ill with
"1 drove a brewery wagon for testify as to the injuries received by times,” says Mrs. Coonradt, referring street, Tuesday evening.
The Mount Scott W. C. T. U. will al visitors were ushered into the hall by B. L. Clark at 5936 Ninety-second rneumonia. Friends hope for a ra-
Weinhard’s for 17 yeais,’’ lollock ex Olney, said that Olney's deafness to her visit in the east, "but you got
entertain- street, Automatic phone 613-17. Mr. pid recovery.
plained, " and since I rolled out of probably was due to the accident, but so you didn’t mind n 30-mile drive meet with Mrs. McKinley Tuesday, and all enjoyed a short
and Mrs. Redman and children have
On Tuesday evening of last week a
my crib 1 haven’t gone a day without doubted whether the loss of sight in a hit.”
March 28, at 2 o’clock.
Mrs. Wrisley won first prize in a lived in the Woodmere district since farewell social was given in honor of
Mrs. M. F. Thompson returned last
one eye was traceable to that cause.
Optimism is the foundation stone
Neighbor coming to Oregon two years ago. Mrs. Cassey at the home of Mr. and
He insisted that the 11 pinta of
of Mr. Clark, of Dunford and Clark, week to the Lents Twentieth Century
for pin They hope to be able to move to Mrs. England of Wilson station. Mrs.
moonshine found under his bed by BRITISH IN CONTROL
filling station men at Eighty-aecond grocery store from Gresham where
deputy sheriffs was for his own use
she was loaned for a few days dur ning the mule’s ear nearest where it Lents shortly. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Cassey expects to leave for California
OF NAIROBI RIOTERS and Foster road.
and Walter Clark left this week by in the near future.
Mrs. John Eggiman’s grandfather, ing the opening of the company’s should be.
and that he wasp’t selling any,
A delicious luncheon was served, automobile for Ontario, Or., where
The family of Mr. White of Bell-
London, March 18.—Heavy forces Alexander Mathj-s, was buried Fri store.
"Well,” said Judge Deich after pro
Mrs. Brack has returned to
is quarantined with smallpox.
nouncing sentence, "If you ever come of British soldiers and police are pa day, March 10.
the Fifth street store. Mrs. Thomp consisting of baked spaghetti, sand they will flarm. They will visit In
Mrs. Rinehart and small daughter
Evelyn Powell, 8-year-old daugh son states she has learned that there wiches, coffee, cookies, pickles and) Redmond en route,
back here again you want to bring a trolling the streets of Nairobi, in
of Lents spent the week-end with
British East Africa, to prevent a re ter of O. U. Powell, of the Tremont are many fine people in Lents and jelly.
preacher along to pray for you.”
Neighbors Ward ’ and Marshall
Mrs. Rinehart’s parents, Mr. and
L. B. M. CLUB, MARCH 29.
"Thanks, judge,* said Ixilloek, rais currence of the disorders which fol ' Moat market, is better.
she is pleased to be back.
Mrs. Leitheiser. at Bellrose.
H. J. Linnard is now associated
ing his hand in the air in sign of de lowed the hit «! of the Indian agita
Grandma Orton of 89th street is were hostesses. All members are re
quested to be present at the next
President Roy Davis announces the ; Several from this community at-
tor, Thuku, said a Centra) News dis with George Basham, Foster road serving on the grand jury.
nunciation. "I won’t be back.”
patch for that citj’ today. The printer.
Mrs. Ernest Zepplin and family regular meeting, which will be held next meeting of the Lents Business tended the Pomona Grange at Pleas-
Men’s club for Wednesday evening, ant Valley Wednesday of this week.
E. R. Bradbury to now located at had as their guests recently Mr-. Friday evening, March 24.
casualties are now unofficially esti
NEW PARISH CREATED.
The many friends of Mrs. A. Nel March 29, at 7:30 in Lents Grange
The school board of Gilbert dis
mated at 23 dead and 37 wounded. 6402 Foster road.
Zepplin’s brother and wife of Idaho.
under the direction of Chair
Those from the Friends church who
St. Anthony’s Catholic chapel, 7022
Business Men’s club were called to attended the all-day holiness meet time, will be pleased to know that she speak upon the street situation in man Calkins, is rapidly completing
Forty-fifth avenue, has been made censorship.
Mount Scott and Portland generally, the task of beautifying the school
(The Herald’s African correspond gether at noon, March 17, by Presi ing in the Centenary Methodist is convalescing.
Into a parish by Archbishop Christie,
Mrs. Wm. Jones is numbered It is hoped that John R. Laach.ofthc grounds. About 50 of the fir trees
with Rev. G. M. Sniderhon as resi ent, Miss Ix>is M. Cope, daughter of dent Roy Davis and were informed church last week were Nettie Little
among the sick.
Phoenix Pharmacy; President Mar-; in front of the building have been
lient priest. Father Sniderhon cornea Rev. and Mrs. F. J. Cope of Lents, that City Commissioner Barbur prob- field, Florence Erskine, Misses Ezelle,
Mr. Derragodas is confined to his shall, of the Mount Scqtt Improve removed, the entire two-acre grounds
to Portland from Woodburn where lives near Nairobi. It is hoped Miss I ably would be the speaker at the Mrs. Markle, Mrs. Braithwaite.
I next meeting.
F. S. Sterlnig, 540 E. Oak street, home suffering from an attack of in ment club, and citizens from Arleta' leveled, and gravel is being spread on
he was pastor of the Catholic church. Cope will write The Herald about
and other Footer road points will be the roads and on some parts of the
i Ix»st, by Lawrence Fretoinger, one is building a $2000, two-story resi flammatory rheumatism.
He has taken a furnished house at the above disorders.—The Editor.)
Word was received Monday of last present Clarence Tillman will do front surface. A park is being laid
4518 Seventy-first street, and will
ARLETA PARENT-TEACHERS. ; he returned from Chicago, so he can
The Eagle garage has completed an week of the arrival of a baby daugh nate the refreshments which will be out on either side of the front walk
move into it March 25. His phone js
in the front showroom ter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. attacked at eight sharp. All business extending from the building to the
Automatic 627-20. Heretofore St
Mr. men of the Mount Scott district are road. Shrubs and plant flowers will
and Roy and Wright Davis promise Frank Wright in Yamhill.
Arleta Parent-Teacher circle will
Antony’s chapel was tended by
Wright is the son of Mr. and Mrs. urged to be present.
be planted and lawn seed sowed in
Rev. Father Fallu of Our Lady of
Mr. and Mis. J. D. Bauer and two A. G. Wright, 6442 82nd street
day, March 24, at 3 p. m. in the its circulation from 700 copies, which
Sorrows parish, Woodstock.
Mrs. Chas. Warde has recovered
As soon as weather permits a reg
Summer tourist fare rates based
school auditorium, Refreshments will go into 700 Mount Scott homes direct children Chevroleted to Sheridan, Mc
on the fare in effect before the in ulation field for baseball and one for
be served. Mrs. George W. Stokes, I each week, to 500,000 copies which Minnville and Mill (Mud) creek over from her recent severe illness.
StKes Baby Dead.
crease of 1920 will be adopted this playground-baseball will be laid out
may be obtained "free” from the the last week end, to visit with Mrs.
president, will preside.
Mary Emma, 4 years, 11-months-
“Cupid” Knight Married.
year by the Southern Pacific lines in and put in order. These will occupy
I waste baskets of numerous desi gnated Bauer’s relatives.
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted M.
places. Watch us grow. Tn 2000.
Cupid hit the bullseye St. Patrick’s Oregon, according to an announce the space in the rear of the building.
Stiles of Seattle, died March 17 at
Rev. E. A. Smi^ pastor of Ix'nts A. D., the printer will be ordered to Sunnyside who died as a result of in day when W. W. Knight, called by ment made by the passenger depart An agitation is stirring to purchase
Good Samaritan hospital of pneu
church, tola The Herald last run 500,250 copies. Watch us grow. juries caused when gored by a bull, some for the little god of love, was ment of the Southern Pacific. Some additional ground to the rear and
monia. The Stilts were visiting Mr.
A. I. Chapman, 5101 Eighty-eighth wan well known and well liked in married to Miss Lula McCrary and of the new rates will be $5 for the prices have been aaked by ’he board
Stiles' mother, Mrs. W. G. Stiles, week that of the cases of destitute
took his bride to British Columbia on round trip to Tillamook and Gari on 2'v acres. With this, ample room
is doing special night police' | Mount Scott.
500 Montgomery street, when the
a honeymoon trip. It is thought Mr. baldi beaches. $8.25 to Newport, for all games and contests will be
baby became ill. Ted Stiles will be was a bona fide meMber of a church,
and Mrs. Knight will make their $33.25 to Crater lake via Medford and provided.
remembered here as the Zellerbach
in Lents after Monday of next $38.40 to Crater lake and return via
nese farmer who subscribed to The
Paper company’s salesman in thia
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Herald last week He and Mrs. Asas bride of Royal Walter Zinser, at 8 week.
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