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LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1922
VOL. XX, No 21
AT GRAVE OF HIS SOLDIER BROTHER IN FRANCE
Bible school 9:45 A. M A class for First Portland Branch to Have Own
averybody. if you don’t want to stand
The following is a list of the pupils ard, Eleanor Barr, Gwendolyn Coffey,
A fine upright piano has bean pre
Ferguson, Dorothy Hees,
up before the school and read the las-
who have been neither absent nor Madge
Rachel Robson, I^twrence Chapman.
eon be on time. On time meana be sented to the Ariel« branch library.
tardy for the month, ending May 19. Harry
Eatchel, Harry Greenslade.
Ti>- movement to purchase th« instru
fore the first bell rings.
at Lenta' school:
Room 14, 6A—Thelma Allen, Olga
Th« men’a and women's Bible
Room 1—Mary Becraft, Hulda Hab- Ctoverio, Ruth Ferguson, Alms Gris
luetzel, Dixie Hippert, Clara Lund chow, Jeanne
classes are having a joint meeting at Mental Culture club during the presi
gren, Giovana Manaasero, Maria Ma- Linder, Elizabeth McIntyre, Olivo
the home of the pastor, Fridsy even dency of Mrs. William Woodham,
naasero, Helen Mituniewiez, Vivian Updike, Myrtle
Ing at 7:46. All married people are The fund wax Ht»rt<«l from proceeds
Palmer, Elizabeth OfBray, Clifford Bryson, Adolph
Thia doesn’t include the I of a lawn fete given by the slub last
Smith, Mildred Zehrfeld, Clyde Brown, Hablutzel, Walter Hinman, Raleigh
summer, A sum left over in the
Harold Phillips, Leslie Sheaffer, John McCreary,
Chester Miller, Irvin
community fund when the lot for
Van Wart, Quentin Vaughn, Clyde Mowroy, Calvin Perry, Lawrence
The C. E. society members are
Ing on a hike Decoration Day. Meet the library was bought was added to-
Room 2—Edna Brugger, Minnie
Room 16—Carrie Bohna, Gladys
at the church at 8:30 a. m. and fol gsthur with some personal contribu
Henriksen, Nina I-ewis, Dale Boni in,
low the leader and a good time is tions, thus making the piano a real
Ernest Biown, Clarence
Culver, Galloway, Catherine Payne, Wanda
Harold Davidson, Edwin l-eahy, Ray Sleeper, Alma Scheuerman, Neto Van
Tlie Arleta branch has the distinc
mond Lunboch, Walter Lungren. Orin Bbincom, Owen Dalyrmple, Harley
The C. E.'s had a business meet
Markle, Ben Miller, Richaid Morgan, Grover, Raymond Harris, Henry
ing and social at the annex of the tion of being the first branch library
Marshall UUhoefer, Harold Stevenson. Jacobe, Frankie Lillie, Charles Miller,
church last Friday evening. The so
Room 4—Alice Artadeua, Harriet Howard Smith, Benny Kletzel, Lural
cial committee had charge of the district may well feel proud or toe
Barr, Eleanor Chapman, Geraldine Wilson.
Room 17, 7B—Olive Culver. Edith
Duvrie, Virginia Hinz, Jessie Kerr,
game» and served punch and wafers achievement anti the Mental Culture
Rose Winkler, Evelyn Dalrymple, Felt, Genevieve
club is to be congratulated upon
to an appreciative crowd.
Gordon Auburn, Jack Bergendahl, Kestell, Virginia Miller, Laura O’Don
A Christian Endeavor monthly carrying through such a splendid pro
Bewley, Andrew Braseaco, nell, Alice Schwartz. Thelma Tiche
paper waa enthusiastically launched ject.
Arthur Katzky, Eldred Morgan, Law nor, Lucille Trenary, Marcia Tucker,
The Library association is very
Naome Vaughn, Olive White, Shirley
and everybody was more than pleased
rence Quinlin, Chester Winn.
Room 5—Charles Cariston, Teddy Barker, William Ference, Hilding
with the first leaue. J. Emil Ewan- pleased to accept this gift for the
Carls ton, Joseph
F'reizinger, Leo Johnson, George Kletzel, Kenneth
son is Editor-in-chief. Ha is ably Arteta branch, and appreciates that
Gelow, Virgia Loomis, Robert Mayer, McDonald,
it gives concrete evidence of a very
assisted by Myrtle Lewie.
Torrance Monish, Eleanor Parai, Turner, Jack Roth, Aubrey Draper.
The missionary committee, wiu.
Elizabeth Pardi, Anton Schadi, Mary
Room 18, 7A—Mildred Anderson,
Exhibition of Alaskan Cario«,
Mi Idre«l Hancock as chairman, will
Edward Blair. June Burton. Ruby
A vtew of an American camatary ia Franca «bewies Corparal Harry McLaughli» «f ths Ona Handrad and
The Arie ta Library has on exhibi-
Room 6—George Ball, Harold Ben Campbell, Ruby Dobkins, Irene Frank
have chaigv of the C. E. meeting next
infaatry («Id Sisly-ainth of New York) at ths grave af Us brothrr Daaiol, wba d od of wowndi ro-
nett, Emma Celoria. Leveme Celona, lin, Marie Henry, Robert Houck, Wil-
Sunday evening. If you come you tion a collection of Alaakan curios Siaty-ifth
caived at Chalaaa Thierry. ALL tho grave« of ear falten Karos« ar« markod with carda statiag ths ■••• of tha
Mabel Craun, Nellie Daniels, Wood borg Michelson, Theresa Manai-sero,
loaned by Dr. Floyd F. Fellows. There daad saldier, hi« regimant. and tho data af hi« d«ath.
will be Interested.
row Day, Ruby Felt, Ray Hamann, Elizabeth Orton, Delores Quinlin, Sig
Rev F. J. Cope uod Mrs. Cope at aie curious pipes with bowls of
Ellis Hays, Helen Hurd, Willison frid Roth, Lester Smith, Miller Lim
tended Salem quarterly meeting held
Kiser, Robert L. Lamb, William Mir- back, Antonette Larsen.
Square Deal Candy Store Sells.
wald, Tony Rigutto, Gordon Rogers,
Room 19, 8A—Dorothy Bang,
at Rosedale last Friday and Baturday. with decorations made from the skim GRESHAM HOLSTEIN LISTED IN
Mrs. P. C. Hauser (Pearl Reynolds) William Sanders, Arthur Schermer Aurelia Davison, Louise Durrie, Mary
Mr. Cope preached to attentive and of birds’ feet, stone knives, carved
Carl McGhee, proprietor of the alrf brother, Harold Rcynlods, who horn, Grover Schlaadt, Arthur Sco Giese, Zora Hohmann, Rovella John
appreciative audiences twice last Sat walrus tusks, odd-shaped combs, bone
Powell Valley Grocery, at 82nd and have conducted the Square Deal field. Helen Travis, Oscar Tyler, son, Golda Locke, Marguerite Osel,
spoons, a bag made from the skins of
H. G. Mullenhoff of Gresham, Or ,
Franklin Ulshocffer, Ralf Wagner, Loree Raybum, Annie Smith, Ella
aider duck heads, and other interest is mentioned in the official bulletin Powell Valley, plans some improve- i Candy eoropany at jgn Ninety-second Donald White.
i Wahters, Letha Curtis, Joseph Cargne,
Albert Clarence Johnson, Harry Thielke,
ing articles. Dr. Fellows made thte of the Holstein-F’rieaian association
I.ENTK SCHOOL NOTES
i Harold has been a way from Lents two Henry, Robert Kinnel, Joe Nogle, Jack Walker.
valuable collection during a residence of America, published by Malcolm H.
Room 20. 8B—Gladys Allen, Nona
“He’s just packing dowpwy
dowjrc. screen weeks, with his father who runs a Milton Nogle, Pearl Parberry, Gerald
The eighth-grade class received, of two years in Alaska.
Gardner of Delavan, Wis., which re I
Florence Pillster, Reginald Cook, Katie Gortz, Guirli Gustafson,
” said R. C. Shipley to I 1 general store at Mountaindale, Ore Phillips,
Robson. Arnie Smith, Edward Smith, Nancy Kinnel, Jessie Knox, Helen
with much approval, the announce
ports the milk and butter production
the Herald reporter at the new Ship- I
Left-Hand Turn« Forbidden
Marshal. Elnora Wilkison, Beryl Wil
ment that they wera to make Ice
of cows under official supervision. Mr. ley service station at 8’A»d and Powell j gon. Mrs. Hauser is closing up af Nile Thayer, Lottie White.
Room 10—Grace Armstrong, John liams, Flo Mary Plummer. Delphine
fairs here and after June 1 will be
An ordinance making it unlawful Mullenhoff has one purebred regis
cream next Monday afternoon in their
Way, Ronald Campbell, Henrv Gerae.
Valley Road. Mr. Shipley formerly at her Eighty-second street home.
to make left-hand turns around the tered Holstein listed.
gendahl, VVdma Bryson, Forest Camp Charles Guisness, Ford Hollinbeck,
was at 52nd and Powell V alloy Road j
Room 11, Miss Chapman's class, circles at East Thirty-ninth and Glisan
Richard Hubber. Edgar Lane, Elmer
Thia cow, Stanhope Belle Johanna,
Changes at Eagle Garage
Mary Ha -gen, Joseph Johnson, Walter Lee, Lowry McKeown, William Mc
won the prise of 85 which was offered streets and in the center of Ladd's is reported as having made at the age and has now erected a splenftd sta
Luther Pennoyer, Sabaatian
to the room selling the greatest
of 8 years and 7 months, a record of
Q. A. Sims can say, "I told you so," n I foreman. Ed Peterson is driving Orton, Helen Smith, Grace Tobin, Roth. Leonard Thielke, Roy Schruber,
number of rickets for the «hows given cil Wednesday. The ordinance waa 8245X8 pounds of milk and 993.95
truck now for Copeland Lumber com- Mike Tomxsini, Anna Vucina, Barbara Lee Reed.
Wednesday afternoon and evening. introduced by Mayor Baker following pounds of butter fat, in 386 days, for he has been an 82nd and Powell Eny. Art Johnson also has left the Volk, Mildred Wrialey.
Room 22. 2A and 2B—Fred Cook,
Valley Road booster for the six years
Room 19, Misa Michael's class, waa a
Room 13— Rosa Albplanalp, Freda Flovd Dilley. John Ferguson, Eva
equivalent to 1242.4 pounds of butter.
because of left-hand turns.
™. record ^k esH^ X 7l^
Bang. Thelma Stotts, Alfred Boylan, Gefre, Frank Heisler, Doris Miles,
McKeown, Aldean Peder-
NOTES AND NEWS
The girls of Lenta school have been
pion for the State of Oregon in the
Howard Kelley, Paul Lewis. John
■ Sundquist, Robert Steven-
Shiloh Circle Note«
time to say a few words to the Herald
praettsmg for a shuttle race at Mult-
full aged class for 365 day butter fat
Nasman, Martin Manz, Ernest Pritch-
i Thayer, Edy Warner.
Shiloh Circle, No. 19, Ladies of the
Join the Early Settlers’ society and
nor.iah Field in June.
She displaces former home, 4981 99th street for a hungry
automobile came in to be filled.
promote local and national prosperity.
Clifford Lamb, an SA pupil, gave
champion, Florence Idella Sharp,
The rising hours at the Burdette Man is dyst; dust settles; be a man.
th« brat oral report of the whole clast, their quarterly birthday luncheon on owned by Henry MeCtell of Prine
Saturday, May 20, followed by a busi
home, 4981 99th street are three, five
Where Ouija boards, there does Sir
Moat of the 8A boys are making ness meeting at 2 P. M. Memorial
and six. Jim gets up at the hour
Frank O. Lowden, former governor
Oliver Lodge. He probably will be
foot stools in manual training, but serviosa was held. Three chairs were
The funeral of Sergeant Walter a machinist for the Northern Pacific
of Illinois is president of the Hol- that some full-dressed folks are just bored to death.
Goeihal-i Brady and Desmond Stan
finishing preparations for bed; Mrs.
Schaffer will be a part of the Me railroad. He volunteered early in the
onko are taking wireless seta as their with the Stars and Stripes. “Beauti
Burdette follows two hours later, and
morial day services in Portland this war and enlisted with company D, but
ful Isle of Somewhere” waa sung by This association has a membership of then Robert James Burdette rube the
Dontcher know of that Londoner year, preparations for which are la was transferred to company M, 3d
Lents school has just organised its Mrs. Ora Bratton.
sleep from his eyes at the aristocratic who when asked how to divide the hands of the American Legion and Oregon infantry after arriving in
United States, and is the largest pure
tug-of-war team. Bick Hubler is
hour of six. Yes, the dog. He’s up ■ "saloon” said: “Carry the hell over; other veterans’ organizations. The France. He waa killed in action at
Circle Funeral Held
bred cattle association in the world,
captain. 1st’» hope they win. If
at 2:55, telling Jim Sr. to hit the put a hess and a hay in the first line body of Sergeant Schaffer, the last of St. Mihiel.
Shiloh Circle, No. 19, l-adics of the representing over one-half million
anchors have anything to do with
deck. Jim Burdette has nine cows and with an iphen, then a hell, two hoes, the Oregon soldier dead to be returned
He is survived by his mother, Mrs.
Grand Army of the Republic, con purebred animals.
winning, they surely will for Earl
100 white leghorn chickens. It is a and a hen, dontcher know?”
from France, arrived at the end of Eva Schaffer Hasse, three brothers,
ducted the funeral of Mrs. Harriet
Davis is the anchor.
pleasure to visit the Burdette place
John, Michael and Jacob Schaffer, and
Gunsalus, of 126 Fessenden street, Longshoremen Pay Final Tribute to
The first day after the landing, the
Monday afternoon, May 22, the 8A
and see the cleanly, contented fowls
a sister, Mrs. Anna Dasher. His
on May 23. The pallbearers were
claa* of room 19 made bread in cook
and cows. Jim Burdette believes that immigrant learns to change money;
grandmother, Mrs. Anna Sallner, livea
Li llah Muffet, Florence Hamlin, Anna
Final tribute was paid Saturday by if he sells a superior product the; the secend day he learns American
ing It all turned out very well but
in this city. His mother is at present
Melvin, Minnie McGill, Lulu Schermer several hundred longshoremen to the
Vivian Young and her partner, Mar
world will beat a path to his door—
a patient in St. Vincent’s, hospital.
horn and Josephine Boyd.
memory of Philip Carroll, 72, one of and it’s pretty near necessary to do box and urges upon others their duty
guei ite Gael, had the best.
the most picturesque characters ever so, for the roadways leading to his to “keep out the aliens.”
M m lay afternoon, May 29, an en
The Damask Rose
known on the Portland waterfront, home are not 100 per cent.
tertainment will be held in honor of
Tito was a soldier and Cruisader,
who died Wednesday in St. Vincent’s
the old soldiers. Miss Train will
Last week a number of the neigh
To Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Johnson, 5916 hospital after suf ering a paralytic
and he had left his mother to fight
G. Salmon, who has recently gone
direct the singing. Some patriotic
bor« of L. T. Gates, 4820 100th
74th, May 3, a son.
the Turks in the Holy Land. It was
songs will be sung and some talks and
street, remembered his birthday with
To Mr. •nd Mrs. Fred G. Collins,
many days before Tito and the other
From the union headquarters in the a party on him. Refreshments wer<- Woodstock avenue, finds business
4929 Fast «1st. May 19, a non.
soldiers got back to the city of Rome.
Aurelia Davison, one of our fastest
«erved and ”500" and dancing en
To Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Tuf-
When Tito reached the Street of
runners, sprained her ankle recently,
ford, 6835 47th avenue, May 17, a son. marched quietly to the Miller
the Birdcage, where his mother lived,
bricks, bricks, and other contractor’s
so is not able to enter the track meet.
To Mr. and Mrs. Y. Funatake, 9627
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Nelson. 6409 materials.
he put his hands quickly to his belt
The pupils of rooms 16, 17 and 18
over the body.
88th street, are parents of a month-
48th avenue. May 6, a daughter.
nd thera he felt a small package, the
gave flower showers to their teachers
It marked the passing of the old old boy who weighed 11 pounds at
To Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. O’Brien,
only present he had been able to bring
last » eek. The pupils of room 19
man known to all waterfront habitues
4705 91st, May 10, a son.
home from the far east.
L. L. Stratton, Milwaukie, Or., was
planned to give one, but their teacher
What ¡-oap is the hardest? Cast
To Mr. and Mrs. Ralph G. Clark, us “Phil.” Nearly a half century of
“These seeds grew by the roadside
was absent. Mr. Thnxter has an
his life was spent on the river here.
3312 54th, April 29, a daughter.
and I tucked them in my girdle for
no unco I that no more showers may
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wemly and baby
What did Jack Frost say when he
He wae a quiet man, who spoke little,
safekeeping; they are all I havo
be given, because the flowers came Newspaper Advertising and S. S. but who was liked by everyone who son of Cheney,
V» Wash., are visiting proposed to the violet? Wilt thou?—
brought you,” sighed Tito, “but I knew
in such quantities that the teachers
and it wilted.
knew him. At his last birthday he
that you loved flowers, and they
find it difficult to care for them,
Why are sidewalks in winter like
West Frankfort. HI.—All Sunday was presented with a gold watch by Ninetieth street,
were all I could afford.”
however much they enjoy and ap school attendance records in southern members of the union.
Joe Bauer, barber with Chester’s music ? If you don’t C sharp you will
The seeds were planted that very
Illinois are believed to have been
When his four score and ten years until recently, has acquired an in B flat.
day and carefully watered and tended.
What two letters express the most
broken recently • when the First rolled around two years ago. Carroll terest in the U. S. barber shop on
Great was the joy of the mother over
Boyle Program Pleases.
important people in the world? U
Baptia* church reported 1,146 present began to feel the weight of years and Ninety-second street.
the plants her son had brought her.
A very pleasing program was given on “Mother’s Day.” Other churches
quit actual work on Ute docks and
from 45 to 100 and I.
One day she arose earlier than
Thursday evening, May 18, by the also reported a record attendance, the
How does the letter Y work an im-
ships. He waa named as janitor at boys each Thursday evening at his
usual and peeped from the lattice win
pupils of Mrs. Mayme Boyle, at her result of extensive newspaper adver
the union hall, where he came into boys' get-togethem in the I-ents school possiblity? It makes a lad into a
dow of her whitewashed hut, when
home, 66.14 38th ave. They were as tising.
constant contact with all the men by basement.
lo! there were flowers in full bloom—
sisted by Walden Boyle, (pupil of Mrs.
Why is the letter R a profitable let
whom he was so well liked. He lived
deep red they were with petals soft
•lay Louise Wilson), who gave a
ter? Because it makes ice into rice.
New Books at Lents’ Library
alone in a small house at No. 7017 83d
The mother clapped her
reading. Those taking part were:
bank, has been ill the past week.
Why is the letter T like Easter?
New books at lx>nts’ library are. street southeast.
hands and called softly to her boy,
Audrej Knotts, Glen Cary, Jean (Mills) "Radio Communication,” (De
Miss Minnie Davis, 6030 Eighty Because it is the last of Lent.
Carroll was a charter member of
and together they went to the garden.
Smith, Lenard and Donald Hicks, Lite la Roche) "Explorers of the Dawn,”
What seven letters did old Mother
local 36 serial 6, I. L. A., of which ninth street, leaves today for a five
“What shall we call them?’’ asked
Kearns, Harold Christopher, Walden (Holt) "Marriotts and the Powells,”
Hubbard use when she looked into the
weeks* visit in California.
he was at one time president.
Boyle, Ruby Harvey and Mesdamca (Mills) "Watched by Wild Animate,”
cupboard ? O. I. C. U. R. M. T.
“They came from Syria, which they
C. C. Wiley, father of L. E. Wiley,
Frankie Harvey, Edna Christopher, O’Honry Memorial—Prize stories of
Why did Noah object to the letter
tell me means ‘rose’ in that langu
was attacked with a stroke of paraly D? Because it makes the ark dark.
Cecelia Steinhaus and Caroline Clark. 1920, (jordan) "Trouble the House,”
age, and I gathered the seed on the
When Cars Come Together.
sis Tuesday morning at throe and
Make five less by adding to it. IV.
(Verrilli “Home Radio,” (Brush)
Damascus road, so let us call them
C. H. Jackson. 935 East 12th street has since been unable to speak.
Why is the letter S like pert repar
“Colonel’s Opera Cloak,” (Sabalene) north, and J. E. Buehler, 986 East
Damask rose«,” replied Tito, happily.
Mn. I. T. Foesler is at Good Samar tee? Because it begins and ends in
“Scaramouche,” (Neil)—Calendar of 24th street north, were bruised and
From the time of the Crusades this
C. C. Hessimere, erect residence, dinners, with 615 recipes.
itan hoapital gaining strength after a sauciness.
has clung to this variety of
5601 54th avenue, between East 56th
blood transfusion operation. As soon
What small animal is turned into a
■ collision at East Ninth and Prescott
roses, and from that lttle rosebush
and East 57th streets; builder, T. C.
| street Saturday afternoon, when a
dergo a major operation. Mrs. F’oes-
When is a bar of iron like a bad SERGEANT WALTER SCHAFFER have come all the seeds of these flow
machine driven by Andrew Lilge, 6415
ers which are to be found in Europe
* V. F'olkman, erect residence, 5712
When it is forged.
9t«t street, hit a car operated - - by —
last week. The body will lie in state and America.
60th street, between 57th and 58th Stiles, 20. 6019 53d avenue.
When are two kings like three
| L. Rogers, 1240 East 30th street
at the armory from Sunday until
«venues; builder, R. M. Poole; 81500.
R. C Em rich and Frank Eberhart miles? When they make a league.
north. The two injured men were oc-
A nine-passenger airplane is to ba
J. C. Jones, areet residence, 6136
Why are fowls the moot profitable Tueeday when it will be conducted to
41st avenue, betwen 62d and OOtli moved to 1218H Watts street, Ray- cupants of Rogers’ machine, which plan to operate a pool room at 9tst of live stock? Because for every Tuesday.
by Captan Roald Amundsen, dis
was driven by the impact into a third and Fester Road.
Native of Hungary
grain they give a peck.
coverer of the South Pole, in his at
R. Fisher, erect residence, 4628 72d
Walter Schaffer was bom in Hun tempt to drift past the North Polo
Street care in Paris may be elimi
J. Woods and A. B. Gates aro dig- tion. Lilge was arrested for reckless
street, between 46th and 48th avenue;
A Chicago landlord is building a gary in January, 1899, and came to with the Arctic ice pack The plane
driving, but waa released on 850 bail. nated because they cauae traffic jams
Committees are considering the finan 33-flat building having a perambula Portland with his parents 15 years will be used in scientific expeditions,
M. H. Huxley, erect residents, 8053 ganization on Forty-eecond avenue. Traffic Investigator Mobley reported
cial problem involved in supplanting tor stall with lock and key for each ago. He attended St. Joseph’s school
67th avenue, between 80th and 82d They have just finished some digging that Lilge had been exceeding the
and for two years before the war was while on he trip.
trolley can with motor taxes.
on Eighty-second street.
WILL HONOR OREGON'S SOLDIER DEAD