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TO RUN AMERICA
HENATOKH, GOVERNOR*. JUDGKN
ENROLLED IN SECRET BODY,
JURY FIXING IS GHARG(l) I
GRAVE INTERFERENCE »1111
CLARES MAJOR DALRYMPLE
LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1923
Klan in the South or* invite over
whelming defeat, if not extinction at
the next Presidential election.
"The Ku Klux political party Is a
fungus growth upon the noble party
of Jefferson, Jackson and Woodrow
Wilson,” he nays, “and in the South,
at least, is no completely napping its
vitality and has so nearly eaten out
Its heart, that there remains little
more than an empty shell. Unless
this leech-like, blood-sucking process
is arrested, the dead wetaM W Klan
craft removed, and a healthy process
of rejuvenation is applied linin'dint.-
ly to our sacred quadruped, the
Democratic donkey, those of us who
have loved him long, if not too well,
fear that he will not be equal to the
supreme test In thin handicap of 1924.
South’s Illegitimate Child
Mrs. W. D. Ix>ckwood is quite ill
at her home, 4504 65 street.
Miss Lois Handsaker spent the
week end with Miss Ada McLaugh
lin of Milwaukie.
The evening services are being held
in the old Kelly home, 1171 Powell
Mrs. Ada Jolley, 5032 60 street,
visited her niece, Mrs. Eckatrom, in
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Jordon, 5331
37 avenue, are the proud parents of
u son, born April 11.
Several new tennis courts are
being laid out on the campus of
Franklin high school.
Robert Lawrence is quite ill at the
home of his brother, Nelson Law
rence, 4910 60 street.
Mrs. L. E. Bentley, 4405 70 street,
underwent a surgical operation a
week ago at the Portland Sanitarium.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kisaberth, of
4828 32 avenue, are receiving con
gratulation on the birth of a son
bom, April 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Levy have recently
come to live with Mrs. Levy’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Harmon, at 7010 52d
I .it tie Franklin Day was the guest
of Mrs. 8. I. Payne during the week,
while his parents were away at Sun
The children of Mrs. Pat Foster,
who is visiting her mother, Mrs.
Thomas McNish, 7703 55th avenue,
have the whooping cough.
W. M. Brown is in Redmond, Ore-
gon, closing several farm deals.
Ben Hur court No. 9 will give a
“500” party and dance tonight.
Perry Bros, are making the comer
stone for the new Arleta Baptist
church. This will be laid a little
later with appropriate ceremonies.
Since the burning of the Clinton
Kelly Methodist church the Sunday
school and morning service of this
church is being held in the Creston
Mrs. Lester Blakley and small
sons, of Dixonville, Oregon, who have
been visiting .Mrs. Blakeley’s mother,
Mrs. A. H. Mulkey, 6030 83d street,
have returned home.
Mrs. Bruce Polworth. 3712 76
street, has recently organized a
"Home Making Club” in connection
with the Joseph Kellogg Parent-
“That the spawn of local political
greed, religious bigotry and race
Methods employed by the Ku Klux hatred is an illegitimate child of the
Klan in spreading its influence South, the cradle and home of the
through the Super-Klan are described Democratic party, cannot success
fully tie denied, and whatever may be
in “Ijberty Dethroned” an exhaus | its pernicious activities in the North,
tive study of Klan activities compiled East and West in the future will not
by Major A. V. Dalrymple, which will suffice to remove its stain from the
escutcheon of the Democratic party.
be published in the near future.
"If the Invisible Empire has
Major Dalrymple, who became na achieved distinction in championing
tionally prominent by his suppression liberty by committing murder, in
of the Iron River "rum rebellion" preaching tolerance by sowing the
three years ago, has spent several seeds of hatred, in upholding the
purity of womenhood by the lash and
thousand dollars to obtain first hand the tar bucket, in protecting the home
information concerning the inside by banishing men from the com
workings of the secret organization munity, in promoting business by
and its endeavor to enroll federal rigidly applying the boycott, in ad
and State officials and members of vocating separation of church and
the judiciary in its ranks. Attorney- state by aligning the Protestant
General Dougherty, Assistant Secre clergy and laity in a deadly combat
tary of the Navy Roosevelt, James against Jews and Catholics, and in
M Cox of Ohio, former Governor maintaining white supremacy by the
Alien of Kansas, Mayor Hylan of knout and the noose, then a Senator
New York, Mayer Curley of Boston, from Texas has al»« achieved rare
William Jennings Bryan, former I distinction in being the first man in
President Wilson and Chief Justice I the history of this country to present
Taft furnish statements on this situa ¡himself before the United States
tion which are included in "Liberty i Senate to take the solemn oath to
¡support 1 the Constitution of the
"This new organization” (the Su-|(
’nite<| States while owing allegiance,
per-Klan) says Major Dalrymple, “is by a secret iron-clad oath, to an In-
composed of senators, congressmen, ! visible Empire and its Emperor.
governors, judges, other high officials
"In 1922, the Democratic State
of the government, national officials Convention of Missouri abolished the
oi the Klan, and men of prominence Democratic donkey as its emblem
in political, economic and social af and adopted the Goddess of Liberty
fairs. This Sutter-Klan admits as instead. This is interesting in view
members only those too prominent of the fact that the Democracy of
and with too much political sagacity the South, about the same time, stood
to be identified with the common idly by while the Ku Klux Klan
herd of Klansmen. It ia so secret ruthlessly knocked the same Goddess
that its membership must forever be of Liberty from her pedestal and
kept unknown, not only to the pub placed thereon a Klansman wearing
lic but to members of the regular his hood ami robe and holding aloft
Klan as well. . . . We know that his whip and tar bucket.
they have three United States Sena
“The artist presents here a mod
tors and probably five others. We ern centaur, the emblem of the new
know further that there are fifteen Demoklan party, which, in some
members of the lower house of Con ' mysterious way, has inherited the
are ordinary Klansmen.
grass who an-
Klansmen. >t'ld attributes of the oatrich—that
|HH.u|iBr bird whicn
which buries us
•ow«r house of the legislature I s peculiar
of Texas is controlled by the Klan, ; j(j t||c
that it can
while in the Senate the Klan lacks not be seen. ..
If this new hybrid poli
five of having a majority. About the tical party possessed the slightest
same proportion is found in the conception
•ention of political expedicncy.it
Georgia, Arkansas, Okla- would
Id uncover its
ita head and view
homa, Tennessee, Oregon and Ala-
alarm the approaching storm
bama. Mississippi and North Caro from the North. East and West.
lina. although badly infected with '
Should Seek a Divorce
Ku Kluxism, have a lower renresen- I
tation of Klansmen in their legisla- | “As a life-long Democrat, the
tures. . . . The original theory author offers the modest suggestion
that Ku Kluxism thrives only in a that the party of Jefferson, Jackson
R. M. Cottington and family have
warm climate has been disproven in and Wilson file a petition in the
the case of Indiana, Illinois and Ore I court of public opinion for an abso moved here from Oregon City and
gon, where the hooded knights have lute divorce from the Ku Kluxism, are located at 4220 57 street. Mr.
made considerable headway in local and follow the lead of that great Cuttington works for the P. R. L. &
affairs, but have shown the rare dis state of Missouri in adopting a more
cretion of leaving behind the whip suitable emblem — certainly a more P. Co. at Estacada.
attractive one—to adorn its banner
and the tar bucket.
Mrs. Freeman Whitman, 4951 74
in the future.”
Signals Passed to Jurors
"There must be no class distinc street, is very ill with pleurisy, It
"While the courts in all of these tion in the Unit«! States,” Major was necessary to tap her lungs last
states have been more or less tainted Dalrymple says. “Catholics must be
by Klan influence, for actual domi on their guard. I am a product of week and it is feared that the op-
nation and control of the courts the public schools. Nevertheless, I eration will have to be repeated.
Texas surpasses all other states. It recognize the worth of Catholic
Dawson & Failing, owners of the
is common knowledge that Ku Klux schools. What happened in Oregon
lawyers, under the protection and may easily take place in other com 67th street garage, have sold to G.
connivance of Ku Klux judges in this munities. Catholics must awaken to L. Miller, who has started an electric
state, brazenly pass the Klan signal the danger at hand. Catholic men welding plant and, in addition, a used
to jurors being examined as to their and boys have always upheld the
fitness to serve, and in this way in American flag and institutions in this car exchange in the old Alvoid store.
criminal and civil cases juries are country. They are as necessary in
Three women of this community,
packed with Klansmen who have sub time of peace as in war.”
Mrs. Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Childs and
scribed to the following oath:
Mrs. Fires, will serve as demonstra
“ ‘I swear that I will be faithful
Girl Scouts to Compete
in defending and protecting the home,
tors for the Henninger & Aye presser
reputation and physical and business
The Arleta and Woodmere troops cookers in the downtown stores this
interest of a Klansman and that of a of girl scouts, both under the leader
“ 'I swear that I will keep secure ship of Mrs. Ruth Demeter, are pre
Roy Harza, who formerly lived on
to myself a secret of a Klansman paring to put on stunts at the girl
when same ia committed to me in the scouts’ rally at the Central Library 60th street, but is now a civil engi
sacred bonds of Klansmanship, the Saturday afternoon. Prizes for the neer with headquarters in Chicago,
crime of violating THIS SOLEMN
visited relatives here Sunday. He is
OATH, treason against the United best original stunts are being offered. a nephew of Mrs. Ada Jolley, 5032
States of America, rape and mali
cious murder alone excepted.’
lets for the girls of these troops. The 60 street.
"We have diligently searched the girls of the Woodmore troop will put
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pasedel, 4922
records and are unable to find a
street, have a son born, April 8.
single instance where a Ku Klux
The Arleta W. C. T. U. expects to
juror has failed, in the trials of a Dillon in the leading role and Miss
case to do his whole duty to his Ijitona Kimball nt the piano.
have a meeting on Law Enforcement,
The girls of ‘ho At lets troop will April 28. Mrs. Jackson Silbough of
"With the assistance of every
agency at our command, we have fol present a play, “The Reformation of Seattle will be the speaker.
lowed the action of Ku Klux grand Pat McGiddle's family. Some of the
The attendance has been good at
juries in cases where members of girls who will play leading parts are
the Klan have been under investiga Leotis Mobra, Lucile Jones and Doris the lectures on “Good Health,” which
Dr. Collins gave thia week at the
tion for murder, tarring and feather
ing, whipping, and other acts of mob Denham. Mrs. Demeter gives much Anabel Presbyterian church. Next
violence. In each and every case, the time and thought to the Scout work. Monday night Dr. Collins will begin
verdict was ‘no bill.' With the Klan Both troops are flourishing splcn-
a series of three lectures on food.
in control of the office of district didly under her leaderships.
attorney, sheriff, police department,
Thirteen members of the Millard
Mrs. Alice L. Dustin, 4531 71 street,
jury commissions, and, in many cases,
the courts, it is not strange that a is acting as chairman of the Chap- Avenue Presbyterian church attended
Klansman cannot be indicted or con erone committee for the children’s a dinner given by the Presbyterian
victed. Imagine, if you can, the city matinee to be given at the Liberty extension club at the Y. M. C. A.
of New York, Chicago or Philadel
Tuesday evening. Those present were
phia turned over to the safe-crackers, theatre on Saturday.
Dr. Henry White, W. W. Dillon,
ni-jackers and murderers with the
Frank Whittlesley, Mrs. Hickling,
most highly trained experts in each
of these lines as Judges, jurors, prose
The women of the Fremont United Mr. Schofield, Mr. and Mrs. Glen
cuting attorneys, police officers, Brethren church and other friends Sanders, George Lewellen, W. Wor
Jailers, mayors and members of the
council, and expect them to convict gave a stork shower for Mrs. B. R. rell, the Misses Strong, Miss Aimel
bootleggers, petty thieves, and ordi Evans last Thursday afternoon at Hollingsworth
nary pickpockets, then you have a the home of Mrs. Frank Garretson, Thomas. In view of the fact that
fair idea of how one Ku Klux will 69 street and Woodstock avenue. the new church is now under con
violate his ‘sacred oath’ and convict
Twenty-one women were present and struction thia congregation ia keenly
a brother Klansman.”
The author, who is the friend and many pretty gifts were brought". intereated in the work of the ex
intimate of many politicians of na Light refreshments were served. tension club from which they have
tional prominence and has been a Mrs. Evans la very popular with the been promiaed substantial help on
life-long Democrat believes that that
party must cut itself loose from the people of her husband’s church.
Four services a day have been held
this week at St. Peter’s Catholic, at
5:30 and 8 a. m., with a special serv
ice for women at 2:30 in the after
noon and a general service in the eve
ning. The latter part of the week
Father O’Fiynn has been assisted by
Father Kenny, a Franciscan priest
from Seattle. Father Kenny was
born in Ireland, educated in England
and studied in Rome and Germany.
He speaks six languages fluently.
The mission will close Sunday with
the 10:30 service.
The Indies aid society of the Tre
mont United Brethren church ha ve
arranged with Mrs. Myrtle Eastman
to give a series of four lessons in
cooking at the parsonage, 7121 59
avenue, on Wednesday and Friday
afternoons of the next two weeks.
A charge of 25 cents a lesson will be
made and all ladies will be welcome.
The program follows:
cake making; April 27, pastry; May
2, deep fat frying; May 4, salads and
The sewer is being laid on 65th
street from Foster Road to 50th ave
nue. It is hoped paving will follow
immediately as this would provide a
paved street to Arleta school. At
present the streets leading to the
school are in such bad condition
during the winter that it wouli be
almost impassible for fire fighting
apparatus to reach the school in
case of fire there. Patrons of the
school are very anxious to see this
Word has been received by friends
here that Mrs. Iva Bush, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. M. M. Reid, died of
spinal meningites in San Francisco,
April 3. She leaves a husband and
four-year old daughter. In her girl
hood she lived in this community and
has many friends here. Her parents,
Dr. and Mrs. Reed, now live'at
The music pupils of Miss Bernice
Woody will give a recital at her
home, 8239 49th avenue, on the eve
ning of April 27. Miss Woody will
present nine pupils. One of the most
accomplished musicians will be Miss
Thelma Zeising. Miss Woody and
Mrs. Ruth Demeter will sing four
Miss Daisy Hart, 6903 52 avenue,
hopes tp return home from the hos
pital soon. She is recovering nicely.
V. H. Reineking, 4832 0 street, has
gone to Dufur where he will do some
engineering work for the Dufur Or
chard company. Mr. Reineking ex
pects to be away from home for a
Long & Stage are the new owners
of the Eagle Garage. For four years
they have been in charge of the ma
chine shops of the Crystal Ice com
pany. Mr. long originally is from
South Dakota. C. S. Fuller, for
merly manager of the Eagle Garage,
has moved to a farm.
Mrs. Anna Winsor, 6928 51 ave
nue, has just had her house given
two coats of paint, making it look
even more spick and span than usual.
Mrs. B. B. Swetland, 7008 51 ave
nue, expects to leave Sunday for a
two-weeks visit with her daughter
Mrs. Sadie Orr-Durbar, 7118 43d
avenue, will be one of the speakers at
the Portland association of Congrega
tional churches to be held at the Park
rose Congregational church. Mrs.
Durbar will represent the Laurel
wood Congregational church.
The women of the Laurelwood
Congregational church gave a lunch
eon in Lucky cottage, Wednesday.
Mrs. Charles Wanamaker of Ore
gon City is visiting her brothers,
Nelson and Robert Lawrence, 4910
The Woman’s Missionary society of
the Millard Avenue Presbyterian
church met at the church Thursday
afternoon. Mrs. Roy D. Armstrong
read a paper on the American Negro
and Mrs. F. Gahler, a paper on
Prizes, consisting of Eversharp
pencils, were awarded Wednesday to
the pupils of every room in Arleta
school who had written prize-' win-
ning essays on the telephone, The
telephone company furnished the
Word has been received of the
death of Charles W. Davis, late of
6304 95th street. Mr. Davis has been
ailing for the past year. He died at
the home of his daughter in Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. DiriN had been earnest
church workers in Lents for many
years. Funeral services were held
from the Kenworthy parlors in Lents.
Rev. Mr. Dcwns of Lenta M. E.
church officiated. Interment was in
Mt. Scott Park cemetery.
Eldon De Lashmutt, eight year old
son of L. R. De Laahmutt, 5414 85
street, who was struck by an auto
stage on 82 street, April 8, and who
has not been recovering, was taken
to the Good Samaritan Hospital Tues
day. It was found he had a fractured
R. J. Robins is building a new
house on 64th street and Powell
Valley Road. He expects to have it
ready for occupancy about May 1.
Mrs. Robinson is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. 8. I. Payne, 4923 65th
Delbert Wittner, 7537 45 averna.
who is working at Cochran, Oregon,
accidentally took a dose of codine,
mistaking it for cough syrup. Quick
relief measures prevented injuries
beyond a burned mouth and throat.
Miss Mildred Boon, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. W. O. Boon, 0930 46
avenue, has announced her engage
ment to Arthur A. Borgenso». Both
young people are students at the
Oregon Agricultural college.
Mrs. Ward Swope and Mrs. Leonard
Fishburn went to Salem Friday to
attend a meeting of the state wom
an's missionary society of the Chris
Mrs. J. F. Fulton, 595 Yukon ave
nue, visited Mrs. S. A. Diel, 5712 44th
avenue, Tuesday. Mrs. Fulton for
merly lived at 5830 39th avenue.
The Neighbors of Woodcraft will
give a card party at the Woodman
Hall, 65th street, next Tuesday eve
ning. Prizes will be awarded.
Rev. E. T. Allen of Walla Walla
gave an address on Near East Relief
last Sunday evening at the Millard
Avenue Presbyterian church.
The Welfare club of the Millard
Avenue Presbyterian church will
meet at the church nejt Tuesday
evening at 8.
Rev. W. E. Rambo spoke last Sun-
day night at the Kern Park Chris-
tian church in the interest of Near
The Calendar cycle of the Laurel
wood Methodist church met Friday
afternoon at Mrs. Brooks, 6027 42
Miss Jean Wheeler of White Bluffs,
Wash., was the guest of Miss Lois
Handsaker, 5630 44 avenue this week.
Leroy Newton and family, 5735 44
avenue, visited relatives in Albany
over last week end.
G. W. Stokes, 5711 47th avenue, is
ill at his home.
KELLOGGS P.-T. A. MEETS
The Kellogg Parent-Teacher as
sociation met at the school Tuesday
The children of Miss
Michell’s room gave three most en
joyable numbers. Mrs. Etyles gave a
piano solo and Mrs. H. T. Blakeslee
sang two numbers.
Miss Diana Shepherd recited “The
Raggety Man.” Miss Priscilla Knox
of the Arleta Library gave an most
excellent talk on story telling. Miss
Michell's room won the prize for
having the largest number of parents
present of any room in the school.
The prize consisted of a polar cake
to each child in the winning room.
The Woman’s Missionary society
of the Asleta Baptist church will
meet next Wednesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. W. F. Thompson,
1474 East 19th street. Rev. Owen
T. Day, pastor of the church, will
install the new officers.
Mrs. Henry White, 7614 61 ave
nue who has not been well for a
month past is now able to be out
D. S. Hodgson is remodeling his
residence, 8221 Foster Road.
Mrs. Cora Gaines of 62 avenue and
69 street, who has been sick for a
month with the “flu” is recovering.
Mrs. Riley Exline, 7110 60 avenue,
is convalescing after quite a serious
OUR LADY OF SORROW’S PARISH
Under the auspices of the local
branch of the Holy Name society,
the men are taking a very active in
terest in the social affairs of the
parish. They have inaugurated a
series of dances to ' be given bi-
weekly. The first, given two weeks
ago, was very successful and en
couraging. Thursday, April 19 is the
date for the next.
Messrs. Ed. Harris, Jos. Deters and
Jos. Lesmeister have been appointed
as a permanent _entertainment com
mittee of the Holy Name Society,
May 3 is the date selected for the
Michael Thomas Galvin,
. „ W
passed away Sunday afternoon, due
to paralysis. He had been bed-ridden
for over year. An old-time railway
engineer at Granta Pass he had
retired a few years ago and moved to
Besides his widow he
leaves to mourn him six children in
cluding Sister Mary Beata of the
Sisters'of St. Joseph, St Paul. Minn.
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SOUTH MOUNT TABOR, KESER
VOIR PARK AND VICINITY
Ruth Guerin was a week-end visi
tor of Mrs. T. Adams, 71st street.
Harley and Dolly Wingrove of
Rockaway, Ore., were recent visitors
at the home of their unclS, C. W.
Gray, 68th street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward Fiest and
son spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
W. R. Lake, 68th street.
Mrs. McLain, Division street, is
visiting with her daughter in Seat
Mr. Blanchard, 67th street, spent
the week-end at Amboy, Wash.
The Ladies Aid of Third United
Brethren church will hold a bazaar,
selling useful and lovely hand-made
articles. May 1. Luncheon will be
served at noon.
W. M. Stites purchased the house
at 3613 68th street, and is busy re
modeling. Mr. and Mrs. Stites, the
latter a teacher of music, have moved
into the house.
Mrs. Walker, mother of Mrs. Tip
ton, 71st street, has returned to her
home in Warrenton, Oregon.
Helen Dustin has joined the Pep-
per-box cooking club, and has been
selected as secretary.
A birthday surprise party was
given to Laura Belecz, 68th street,
by her schoolmates Wednesday eve
ning. The evening was spent in
games. Refreshments were served.
Miss Belecz was the recipient of
The Parent-Teacher association of
Joseph Kellogg met Tuesday. Mrs.
Knox, librarian, gave a talk on “The
importance of the story hour.” Miss
Mitchell's room gave the program,
besides a piano solo by Mrs. Stites
and a vocal number by Mrs. Blakesly.
Tremont United Brethren
11 A. M., John’s Message to
Pergamas; 7 P. M., Christian En-
deavor, Alfred Frey, leader; 8 P. M.,
The Great Lamp.
Millard Avenue Presbyterian
11 A. M., Knowing God, or David’s
Charge to his son Solomon; 7:30 En
11 A. M., The Triumph of Faith.
Sunday evening the secondary de
partment of the Epworth League
will present a pageant, “The Living
Christ,” at the church hour.
Kern Park Christian
11 A. M., The Rest That Remains;
7:45, Russia's Challenge to God.
Special music and baptismal service
in the evening.
Fifth Church of Christ (Scientist)
11 A. M., The Doctrine of Atone
ment; 9:30, Junior Sunday school.
Primary Sunday school meets during
the church hour.
UNITY MOVE MADE
STEPH TOWARDS UNION TAKEN
IN NAME OF SCORE OF
POtTIG STAGE IS PASSED
EPISCOPAL BISHOP SAYS UNITY
PROGRAM IS NO LONGER
New York.—Tentative plans have
been made and preliminary steps
taken toward a world conference on
faith and order through which it
hoped to unite all Christian churches
of the world, according to announce
ments just made by the North Ameri
can branch of the continuaiton com
mittee of the world conference on
faith and order, representing about
40,000,000 Protestants of all denomi
nations. The North American branch
held a three-day conference at the
Kew Gardens inn, Kew Gardens,
Long Island, N. Y.
World Conference in Washington
According to plans being made, the
world conference will meet in Wash
ington in 1925, and will “pave the
way for official action by the
churches whereby they may meet on
some common ground looking toward
concerted action in furthering the
ideals of the Christian
throughout the world.” The confer
ence will represent the following
churches: Anglican, Armenian, Bap
tist, Congregational, Czecho-Slovak,
Disciples, Eastern Orthodox, Friends,
German Evangelical Lutheran, Meth
odist, Moravian, Old Catholic, Pres
byterian, Reformed and South India
Right Rev. Charles H. Brent of
Buffalo, Protestant Episcopal bishop
of western New York, in opening the
meeting, explained its purposes as
one of preparation for the forth
coming world conference.
movement for church unity has
passed through the poetic and visi
onary stages,” he said, “and has
reached the point at which the time
is ripe to place its feet on the ground
and make its aim a commonplace of
The proposed union is one of
churches and not of creeds, the bishop
REV. PAXTON RESIGNS
Rev. John M. Paxton surprised his
congregation by handing in his resig
nation at the morning service last
Sunday, the resignation to take
effect the last of June. Much regret
is being expressed by the members
of the congregation over his loss. Mr.
Paxton came to this church a year
last August. For several months
KENDALL STATION NEWS
he has been in ill health and on
Mr. and Mrs. Wunder moved from closing his work here will take a
the Jantz place Saturday to Astoria. much-needed rest
A boys and girls’ club has been
organized, Joseph Thompson is in MENTAL CULTURE CLUB MEETS
charge- of the boys and Mrs. Clara
The Mount Scott Mental Culture
Ressel in charge of the girls. The
clubs meet in the clubhouse Friday club met Thursday at the home of
Mrs. W. O. Boon, 6930 46 avenue,
Mr. and Mrs. Yeast shopped in Luncheon was served at 12:30. Mrs.
Boon was assisted in serving by Mrs.
The mothers of this district met Ramsey. Mrs. J. T. Rogers, Mrs.
with the teachers Tuesday afternoon Jean F. McLoney and Mrs. J. J. Han-
saker. Mrs. Hargrove had charge of
to discuss school problems.
The Harmony ladies club will the rollcalL Mrs. Fowle gave a most
meet with Mrs. Morris next Wednes delightful solo. Mrs. W. W. and Mrs.
R. J. Woodward nave readings.
Mrs. Lincoln Loyal Wirt of Oak
Rev. Seeley of Portland preached
Cal., was the guest of the club
in the clubhouse last Sunday at 3.
Regular services will now be held and supplimented the program of the
each Sunday at 3. Sunday school day with a talk on her recent trip
also will be held at 2 each Sunday.
Mr. Zurftur’s sister, and family,
“Braddy” Armstrong Celebrates
from Portland visited here Sunday
Bruce Armstrong celebrated his
Mrs. Hildebrand’s sister and four
coursins, whom she has not seen for sixth birthday with a party at the
a few years, visited her Wednesday. home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Parent-Teachers’ held their regular Roy D. Armstrong, 7013 52d avenue,
business meeting Wednesday after Saturday, April 14. His guests were
Mildred Legler of Gladstone Ruth
The women will give a Hard Time Steeves, Elinor and Agnes Hessemer,
dance at the community clubhouse Alice and Jean Davis Homes and
Saturday night, April 21.
Two Junior Corder, Morris Tottwin and
prizes will be given for the two best Elaine Armstrong. The little folks
played outdoor games and enjoyed
Hard Time dress. Lents music.
Mrs. Runyon will give a dinner ice cream and cake.
J. A. Dunbar, 7118 53d avenue, has
Thursday evening to her graduating
class, at the home of Mrs. Lenna been suffering from a severe attack
of poison oak.
Sunday School Class Social
The young married peoples Sun
day school class of the Kern Park
Christian church held their month
ly social at the church, Friday eve
ning. After eating dinner together
the evening was spent in transaction
of business and a social time. This
class is growing rapidly. Last Sun
day there were 80 present at Sunday
school. Ward Swope is the teacher.
Mrs. Day’s Father P
Mrs. Owen T. Day, 5521 69th street,
was called to Sunnyside, Wash., last
Friday by the serious illness of her
father, Rev. Mr. Terry, who passed
away before she arrived. Rev. Mr.
Day left for Sunnyside Sunday night
to be present at the funeral, Mon
day. The many friends of Mrs. Day
deeply sympathise with her in her