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- LAKE GROVE
The .'social event of the week wu
the picnic supper arid card party given
at the; home of Mr. and Mrs. L. Layton
,ln honor of H. P. Lee, In celebration of
fiis birthday anniversary. The guest of
honor- was presented with a handsome
fountain pen. i Present were Mr. and
Mrs. Max Boiulanger, Mr. and Mrs. A.
1 Hollander, Mrs. H. P, Reese, Fred
Reese; Mrs. Mary V, Lee, Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Frost. Mr. and Mrs. Griffith. Miss
- L. Lee. J. S. Sammons.
Mrs. W. G. U ridge of Fresno, CaL,
was te guest of honor at a luncheon
and motor drive over the Columbia
. highway Sunday.
' Honorins her daughters' Elizabeth
and Eugenia, Mrs. W. M. Luee was
hostess at a luncheon last week, the
young; guests being Nadine Chard,
Margaret Van Zant, Margaret Wells,
and Genevieve, Eloise and Marie Cor
ner. Mrs. Edgar' Stone as hostess Friday
at an Informal afternoon honoring
Mrs. L. C. Commons who left Sunday
to spend the winter in Portland. The
ladies who enjoyed Mrs. Stone's hos
pitality were Mrs. L. C. Commons, Mrs.
Roy Shreve, Mrs. Dane Burt, Mrs.
Merritt Ellis and Mrs.- H. Johns.
Fred Roscoe and his Bister' Miss
Emma Roscoe of Everett, Wash.,
motored to Goodin to spend the- week
end with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Himonton.
A motor trip to The Dalles was in
cluded in the Labor day holiday.
Miss Marjorie Thompson of Cortney
Station spent several days last week
with Miss Elizabeth Luce.
Mr. and Mrs, Roy Morrow, who tiave
been spending several months at 'Lake
Grove, returned to Portland. The bun
galow they occupied has been rented
by Mrs. R. L. Robinson and son.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Miller were hosts
Sunday and Monday to Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. Frederickson and their children
David and Ann.' The Fredericksons
were formerly residents of Lake Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Doane of Port
land are spending this week with Mrs.
H. P. Reese and her son Fred. .
Mrs. Lillian Davis of Hillsorp has
been visiting Mrs. Edgar Stone the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFarland
' passed the Labor day week end at
their summer home at Lake Grove.
Mrs.W. F. Graham and Mr. and Mrs.
John Wood Holden were the week end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Uolden
at their home on the ridge overlooking
Mrs. Horace Brodie and her son.
Doane., who have been summering lit
their Lake Grove home, left last week
to join Mr. Brodie at Olympia, Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hollender and
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Frost motored to
Cherrydale. on the Tualatin river, for
a camping trip over the week end.
Charles Duffy, who has been located
at Hoquiam for the past six weeks,
spent the past holiday weekend with
his family at Goodin.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Souleand their
children Marjorie and Betty returned
from a week's trip to Ocean Park,
Wash., where they ct-cupied ttte cottage
of Mr. and Mrs. iJeCune.
An impromptu '"community dinner"
was that held at he home of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles DufJv Moffday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kelt Kennedy,
Mr. and Mrs, F. M. Jesse, Mr. and Mrs.
Russell Robertson. Mo and Mrs. E. L.
McDonald and Mr and Mrs. Charles
Duffy were the happy "feasters."
After dinner they commandeered the
Kennedy home, for dancing. Mr. and
Mrs. F. Smart Joi:icd the dancers.
N. of Monmouth, returned home Satur
day. - -e J
.-, Mrs. PrahX and C. Earsley,- who have
'been at Everett. Wash., for the last
week, returned Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Buckles and
baby returned from a week's vaca
tion at the beach Friday.
Mrs. Marion Bennett was most de
lightfully .surprised at her home on
Fourth avenue, Monday evening. It be
ing, her birthday. Lunch was served
to the following: Mrs. McLean. Mrs.
Spats, Mrs. Fromong, . Mrs. Carpenter,
Mrs. Snidow, Mrs. Overton, Mrs. Lies
mar.a, Mrs. Casey. Mrs. Mathers, Mrs.
Tour, Mrs. Denton, Mrs. Bersie, Mrs.
Buckles, Mrs. Kableflieah, Mn. Bar
tholomew, Mr. and Mrs. Gary, Mr. and
Mrs. Davis, Miss Orilla Oliver and
Miss Florence Fromong and Mrs.
Swan of Oregon City were stopping in
Miss Mamie Wallla spent Tuesday
and Wednesday visiting friends and
relatives in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ream Jr. spent
Saturday shopping in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Relnke and son
spent Sunday and Monday at the home
of Mr. andMrs. George Anderson of
Miss. Helen Fromong visited at the
home of her aunt in Gladstone- Wed
nesday and Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gross and Mr. and
Mrs. Frederjct spent Sunday in Tuala
ton, where they visited at the home
of Mrs. Skog.
Mr. and Mrs. Theobald of Tualatin
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Mr. and, Mrs. Don Overton have
rftoved into the cottage of Clarence
Morrell on Railroad avenue.
Mrs. Ira Kaiser of Salem is Visiting
at the home of Mrs. Albert Adamson.
Mrs. W. C. Elliott left Sunday morn
ing for a month's stay at Orland, CaL
Mr. and Mrs. Skinner and children
returned home after a three weeks'
visit with friends at Dayton.,.
Miss Vena Barnes spent - Saturday
shopping In Portland.
Sidney Brown and Homer Beals,
were the guests of Herbert Backus of
With the opening of school Tuesday,
the summer season is generally con
sidered to be over. Most' of the camp
ers iiave gone home. The school
house has been thoroughly remodeled
and is in fine condition. Mrs. Buck
ley, until recent supervisor of schools
of Clackamas county, is the new head
of the faculty, succeeding Miss Mary
Biekner. Other teachers are Mrs. Ger
trude Ewlng. Miss Irma Vose, Mrs.
Harry Gorsline and Miss Hamilton.
It is so far understood that the do
mestic science, manual training and
music courses are to be discontinued
Mrs. Louisa Lund, who has been a
resident of Oswego for many years,
passed away Thursday morning. Mrs.
Lund, who had been in failing health
for some time, spent the last few
weeks, of her life at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. John Erickson. Mrs.
Lund was highly respected by her
many friends who are sorry to learn
of her death. ;
Mr. and Mrs. John Davis returned
last week from Rockaway and spent
the week-end holiday on A be me thy
creek. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gilmore,
Delia Davis and George Estes were
also of the party.
Henry Gaus, long a resident of South
Oswego, has recently sold his home
and will move to Oregon City
John Cox and family, Who sold their
of the rowing crew, has purchased
their former home.
toMr. and Mrs. G. A. Woods of Wil
Lunette spent a week hunting and fish
ing up the McKenxie river.
The George WXlhehn family of Hol
gate motored around the loop of Ore
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Newton were
guests Of Dr. Newton at his cottage at
The H. P. Ingram family of Holgats
spent a week at Rockaway with rela
tives. The Charles Tennant family of P. R.
C. motored to The Dalles for the week
end. Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Sherman of O.
T. C. enjoyed a cruise up the Columbia
In their boat, the Sheik.
A motor boat fishing trip up the
Lewis river to Paradise Point was en
Joyed by Mr. and Mrs. George Patter
son of Holgate.
Mrs. L. R. Pearson of O. Y. C. spent
the week with her sister at Seattle.
The R. E. Hanlsch family of Willam
ette and Mr. and Mrs.' G. Gade, for
merly of O. T. C, spent five days cruis
ing the Columbia and Lewis rivers on
board the "Do La Braish."
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Smith of O. T.
C. are touring to Vancouver and Vic
toria, B. C.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Doty and daugh
ter Zelba of Willamette left Wednesday
on an auto tour through California
Carl Straus of Holgate left Wednes
day for Salt Lake City to escort Mrs.
Straus and daughter home again.
ily motored to Mist Saturday, return
ing on Sunday. Mrs. David Dickson
and children accompanied them and
spent the week In St- Johns. ;
Mrs. Sarah Cox and Mrs. IB. S.
Han tie and daughter Vera have re
turned from Spokane, where they were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. j Henry
Schrader and family. They also visited
Coeur d'Alene lake. Liberty, Newman,
Loon, Deer and Medical lakes, i
" Miss Elizabeth Hart left last wwlc,home a s,lort time ago, have gone to
ror Ahanzanita, Or., to accept a posi
tion in the schools of that place.
Aiiss Maud Wilcox of Seattle is the
guest of her uncle, James Ivey.
The Rev. J. J. Patton is attending
the annual M'. E. conference at Salem.
y Prof. H. W. Hammond left last week
for St. Paul, Minn., where he hsts a
position as teacher of art.
Mrs. H. C. Krum, accompanied by her
brother, Fred Anderson, and sister,
Mrs. Dell Ke$y of Boring, are visiting
Honoring .Mrs. Harvey A. Stark
weather, a recent bride, friends from
Portland and elsewhere drove to the
Starkweather country home. "Maadhu
Jara," on the River road, last Sunday.
A picr luncheon was spread on the
broad Veranda, which, was attractively
decorated with red zennias. In the
afternoon, Mrs. AHci , M. McNaught
gave an interpretation of Southern folk
songs and Mrs. Bertha Slater Smith
read several of her own poems. The
guests present were: Mr. and Mrs. A.
B. Crossman; Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Othus. Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Geer, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Carey Othus, of Corvallis ;
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Crane, Colonel and
Mrs. Robert A. Miller, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry . Jasper Wllkins, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert M. Brown. W. C. McNaught.'
E. E. Smith. Mrs. Mary Monroe ; Mrs.
Ora V. Holgate, Mrs. Haeney TUlie
Jordan, Miss Frances Myers, Miss
Lillian M. Hackhman, Miss Jean
Starkweather, Miss Ruby Starkweather
-mus. tranklin Risley and
Hugh Starkweather. Mr, and Mrs.
Starkweather were assisted by the
Misses Jean and Ruby Starkweather
A baby boy was born tn ir
Mrs. Frank Decker Wednesday morn
ing. . Mrs. Tom Bersia spent Wednesday
and Thursday visiting friends in Mt.
Road, where Mrs. Bersie formerly resided.
Mrs. R. IL Scott of Oreeon ritv
purchased two lots from John Moehnke
tnrougn me toiiar Real Estate office
Miss Helen Wall is returned
Saturday after spending the summer
at the. home of-her grandmother in
Portland., She will attend Union high
cnooi. where she is a senior. .
Mrs. John Casey and daughter. Marv
Jane and Mr. Lucy Mathers returned
rrom Newport Monday.
Miss Met Kiggtnbotham of Portland
pent the week-end with Mrs. Esther
Larson. i -
? The M. E. Church held lr mnnrtilv
Silver tea .at the home of Mrs. "VTajdron
Thursday afternoon. The? ladies pieced
tfutlt blocks for the Ladies' Aid. Re
freshments were served to the follow
ing: Mrs. John I team Jr.. Mrs. Bert
Barnes. Mrs. G. Snidow, Mrs. Fromong.
Mrs Leisman. Mrs. K. .Leisinan, Mrs.
Lucy Mathers. Mrs. Bennett. Mrs. Mc
Lean Mrs. Whitney. Mrs. Four. Mrs.
Carpenter, Mrs. A. Runyan. Mrs. Over
ton,. Mrs. Davis. Mrs. Joe Thorn berry.
Mrs; Bartholomew, Miss Mary Lela
Wan, Ella Rogers. Lorraine Martin.
Mies Senora Brown spent part of
the week at the home of her aunt
Mrs. Murry Bunn of Meldrum.
Mrs. Albert Adamson. after being
confined to the Oregon City hospital
five weeks with blood poisoning, re
turned home Tuesdav.
Mr. and Mrs. Clem, Dollar -r
oircnaay dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. C. I. Baker of Gladstone, Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond frit mm- nt
Oreston Clrv v.r. ,.Ti, - .
Mrs. Albert Rfmwt 3at,-4o
ise Ataoei Larson. Mar rare t Man.
Ring and Frances WuHmn k
been attending nmm., .HM,t . a
Willamette, where they will live. Miss
Arda and Earl Cox will attend school
at the West Linn high.
Mrs. W. G. Weightman and daugh
ter Marjorie have returned from a
visit at the Walling home in Rocka
way. Mr. and Mrs. William Boyd have
Just come back, after a vacation spent
at the beaches.
Miss Nellie Jefferson of Salem, Miss
Lulu and Edith Wanker, William My
ers, Charles Austin and Bob Baker
were some of the young people who
motored to Pacific City for the Labor
Henry Borghorst and wife have re-,
turned from an enjoyable outing spent
at Seaside and other beaches. -
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Clinefelter and
children and Mr. and Mrs. George Bul
lock are home again after a short so
journ in the mountains.
Misses Mary and Julia Wilson were
members of a camping party on the
upper river during the week.
Dr. and Mrs. Sumption of Portland,
Mr. and Mrs. I. Lord and Fred Stef
fens and wife motored to Seaside over
the' week end.
Mrs. L. L. Woodward has started
the .teaching of music, with class work
or individual Instruction. Mrs. Wood
ward teaches the Whitman method
and particularly welcomes beginners.
Mrs. J. W. Biekner will leave short
ly for California for an indefinite
Miss Lillian Biekner, Henry Biekner
and their niece. Miss Edith, have re
turned from Southern Oregon, where
they have been sending the summer.
James M. Wilson of Mosier. Or., has
been the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Dora'
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hopkins and
daughter, with Miss Ada Rush, have
returned from Seaside and Mr. and
Mrs. R. H. Hendry have returned from
a two weeks' visit in Seattle-
Mrs Nomond, 84, who has spent the
summer with her daughter, Mrs. J. W.
Jones of Hull avenue, has returned to
her home In Kansas City, Mo.
A. E. McReynolds, theological stu
dent at Fort Worth, Texas, conducted
services last Sunday at Beaver Creek,
Louis Doolittle of Meldrum has pur
chased the H. P. Brightbill grocery
store In Oregon City and has taken
F. W. Parker of Oregon City will oe
cupy the pulpit of the Community
church, during the convalesence- of the
pastor. Rev. J. Snider.
Mrs. Piet Key and children of Dam-
opolis, Ala., are the guests of Mrs.
Fitzgerald of Railroad avenue.
A marriage license has been issued
to Lynn Thatcher Brownell, formerly
of Jennings Lodge and Alice Khori of
Honoring Mrs. George Maple and
Mrs. Lucy Allen, a luncheon was given
Wednesday by Mrs. Hugh Roberts of
Jennings avenue. Covers were laid for
the following guests : Mrs. George Ma
ple, Mrs. Lucy Allen, Mrs. J. W. Jones,
Mrs. Shelton Bechtel, Mrs. George
Williams, Mrs. W. W. Wood beck, Mrs.
Henry Babler, Mrs.. W. H. Kelly, Mrs.
Warren Swart, Mrs. Bess Bruechert,
Mrs. R. F. Deter,- Mrs. Claire Mable,
Mrs. W. W. Grififth of Jennings Lodge
and Mrs. Ida Butts of Park place.
Mrs. Florence Moore, who attended
the N. E. A. convention in Boston and
later took a course in art atColumbia
university, has returned and will re
sume her duties as tecaher in the Jen
nings Lodge school at the opening of
the fall term.
Mrs. Laura Ward and daughter. Fay,
and son. Wilfred, of No. 1191 Wood
stock avenue have returned from visit
ing relatives at lone. Or.
The Ladles' Aid society will meet
Wednesday afternoon. September 13, in
the social room of the M, E. church.
The new officers will be installed.
The auxiliary of the Church of Our
Saviour will serve tea the afternoon
ef September 14 from 4 to 6, at the
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Page, No. 6409
60th street, and Mr. and Mrs. Garrison
and son, Everett, have gone to Seaside
for a few days.
Miss Rose Salter of West De Pere,
Wis., is visiting at the home of G. W.
Fisher, No. 6105 48th street southeast.
Mrs- E. A. Sanders and children of
No. 6308 44th street are home after
several weeks' visit with relatives in
Mr. Davies and son. Camber, have
been visiting friends In Boise. Idaho.
The bishop from Porto Rico preached
at the Church of Our Saviour, corner
41st and Woodstock avenue, last Sun
day, September 3. Bishop McCormlck
of Michigan1 will preach there Septem
ber 10. .
G. W. Fisher, No. 6105 8tb street,
has gone to Pendleton; Or to take
charge of some work there.
Mrs. V. J. Fike and daughter. Vir
ginia Ellen, went to Felida, Wash.,
Friday, to visit at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. A. Swager.
Mrs. Fred McMillan of Brooklyn, N.
T., has joined her husband, who has
been her since April, making his-home
with his aunt, Mrs. Juila Pierce. No.
6325 45th street, who has been ill but
is able to be about again.
Miss Ruth Snyder, who has been
very 111 at Emmanuel hospital, is re
ported as being much improved.
Honoring the 84th birthday of Mrs.
R W. Porter, a pioneer of Clackamas
county, a picnic was given at Peninsula
park last Thursday. The anniversary
was arranged and executed by Mrs.
Porter's daughters. Mrs. Elmer! May
vllle of Oregon City, and Mrs.j J. B.
Laher of Portland. j
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Goodpasture have
taken possession of the house recently
purchased of Jess Mumpower. Exten
sive improvements have been made.
Marguerite Rosebraugh gave a lawn
party to a few of he.r friends Saturday
afternoon. The occasion being her
ninth birthday anniversary, j Those
present were: Reva Smith, Bessie
Smith, Delbert Smith, Henrietta' Hole
ahau and Beatrice Reames. Ice .cream
and cake were served.
A miscellaneous shower was! given
Frluay eveaing at the home of Mrs.
Mary Smith for the Missess JLucile
Case and Edna Butts popular j young
people of Park Place whose marriages
are to occur In the near future, j Those
present were: Miss Marie Voget, Mrs.
Rudolph Weinger, Mrs. Schegel, Mrs.
C. L. Butts, Mrs. Lester Brunner, Mrs.
Jennie Butts, Mrs. Paul Praeger, Miss
Hattie Wyrick, Mrs. S. H. Wyricjt, Mrs.
R, H. Woodward, Miss Mary Lucas,
Mrs. Dora Burns, Mrs. Frank .'Lucas,
Miss Mary Oman, Miss Olive Schlegel,
Mrs. Pearl Bernier, Mrs. Hattie Himler,
Miss Miller, Miss Reva Jones, Mrs.
Frederick Butts, and Mrs. Lyiei Glass.
Sandwiches, . cake and coffee were
served by thet hostess. j
Mrs. Sam Wyrick entertained on Sun
day her brother, Sidney Standfield of
Grant, Or. He was accompanied by his
father, Sam Standfield, 86, of MicMinn-ville.
ALONG THE MOORAGES
Mrs. George Larkin of Holgate was
nosiese weanesday at a luncheon and
500 party. Covers were, laid for Mes
daroes R. E. Wilkinson, R. C. Mc
Loughlln. N. G. Lindholm, Sidney Mills,
Edward Rise, P. Gaither. Miss Edna
Rise and the hostess. Finet prise was
won by Mrs. Wilkinson, second by Mrs.
McLougMin and consolation by Miss
About 40 members of the Portland
Motor Koat club enjoyed a three day
cruise to -Willow Bar. Fishing, water
sportsj races, a beach dance -and a
crawfish dinner were among the events
Miss Sophie Huff has returned to
Holgate from an extended tonr. Misa
xiuii was away four months snd vis
ited California. Washlnetnn T rt
Boston, New York and several Cana-
tuan ernes. jt . 4
j The R. R- Wood home on Holgate
has been purchased by J. W. Harlng
ton. who is connected with the Peer
less - Tire & Rubber company. The
Woods are now domiciled at No. 111$
Mrs. R. P. Jones of Spokane Is visit
ing ber niece, Mrs. A. M. Briggs. on
Mrs. J2. Sandmire of Spokane, en
route to Long Beach. Cal., visited last
week at the Van Tuyl home on Wil
" Moorage life la proving attractive tn
many newlywed couples. Honeytnoon-
K in meir new nomes on Willamette
are Mr. and Mrs. C R. S packman. Mr.
and Mrs. A. O. Beatley, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Fkrk and Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Friends Of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Ly
man regret to learn that they are leav
ing Willamette. The Lymans have
purchased river frontage across from
Mllwaukie and will start building op
- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pout are oc
cupying their newly constructed home
t P. R. C Frank Llnstrom. member ,
Miss Joan Blaikle spent the week
end with friends in Eugene.
Mr. and Mrs, C. A. Muck of Oswego
street are the parents of a daughter
born on Wednesday.
Mrs. Ole Balke is visiting her rel
atives at Coquille.
- Miss Edith Karr of Linnton became
the bride of Gerrald Royer at a quiet
wedding in the rectory of the Church
ef the Assumption on Saturday after-
noon, the Rev. Father C. P. Lyons
officiating. Only the immediate rel
Miss Katherine McQuarrie of Chi
cago was a recent guest at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. C. Royer on Polk
The Misses Grace, Rose and Carmen
Royer have returned from Reedsport.
where they visited their sister. Mrs.
Wallace Banson. Miss Katherine Roy
er will teach near St. Helens this fall.
Rev; Father C. P. Lyons, pastor of
Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic church
of Vancouver, B. C, has returned - to
St. Johns as assistant pastor of the
Church of the Assumption,
Mrs. L. E. Rose was hostess to mem
bers of the Gleaners Sunday school
class of Pioneer Methodist church
Tuesday evening at her home on South
Kellogg street. Prises in a baby pic
ture guessing contest were won by Mrs,
H. D. Hendershott and Mrs. D. R.
Deezner and the picture of Mrs. F. N.
Sandifur was adjudged the best look
Deborah Livingston W- C T. TJ. held
their first regular . meeting following
a basket lunch In the community house
at Peninsula -park with the new presi
dent. : Mrs. Madeline Russell presiding.
About zo were- present. The next reg
luar meeting will be held in the li
brary Monday. Septenrber H, when
the new superintendents will be ap
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Learned and chil
dren i spent Labor day at Columbia
Mr. and Mrs. C E. NeweU ami fam-
GLADSTONE , i
A party composed of Mr. and Mrs. R.
M. Mc Getchie. Mr. and Mrs.! C. E.
Niles and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Hammack and son, Egbert, of Portland,
and Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Hageraan of
Milwaukie, returned Sunday i night
from a 10 days' outing at Newport.
Mrs. C. W. Parker, Mrs. Mary Whit
comb and Mrs. Laura Flue have re
turned from a visit in Alaska I as far
north as Skagway. !
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Meads and
children have returned from a vaca
tion spent in Spokane, their .former
Mrs. A. B. Todd who has been the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. ! M. E.
Turner, has returned to her hiome In
Forest Grove. j
The Gladstone W. C. T. TJ. miet with
Mrs. Ada Selvers, September 5.
Mrs. Karl RauerRhie.Iri nnd hahv
'daughter have arrived home from Sell-
Mrs. H. H. Hulbert, who his been
active in the W. W. A. organization of
the Baptist church, entertained the
young ladies at her home last Tuesday.
Mrs. Hulbert and children- will move
next week to McMLmville, their future
Miss Maud Gallogly, daughter! of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles E. Gallogly, who has
been a teacher In tho Pfirtlanii UvVhrwia
for several years, has resigned thatP
position to accept a similar lone in
Fresno, Cal., and will leave Gladstone
Fred W. Smith, railroad mail clerk,
has been granted a divorce from Alice
B. Smith of Gladstone.
r The Gladstone grammar schools
opened Tuesday September 6. with
ifofessor J. W. Leonhardt. DrinciDal
Mrs. H. Salisbury, seventh grade ; Miss
Kutn bagln, sixth grade ; Miss Mar
querite Hammond, fifth grade ; Miss
Laura Brenner, fourth grade; Miss
Anna L. Brickson, second grade ; Mrs.
Valma Hoque, first grade.
Miss Jennie Laxon and Harry Mul
lenard -of the Standard Oil company
were married by Rev. C S. Dunn, pas
tor of Kenton Community church, Sep
tember' 2. Mrs. Mullenard is ajdaugh
ter of Mrs. Wilber Peterson.
The Multnomah chapter of the Order
of Eastern Star No. 104 will meet at
the Masonic hall, corner Denver avenue
and Kilpatrick street, Tuesday evening,
September 13. I
Mr. and Mrs. IT. F. Helneck. No.
1664 Omaha street, spent several days
visiting friends around Aberdeen and
Dr. East, physician and sureebn. also
missionary In India for 10 year$, filled
the pulpit at the Kenton Corrimunity
church during the absence of Rev. C.
S. Dunn. . ;
Miss Geraldine Obrlen. daughter ef
Mr. and Mrs. J. C O'Brien, 241 West
Winchell, was hostess to a group of
young folks at her home last Friday.
Among those who attended wire the
Misses Mildred Cisson, Margure Bash
field, Lydia Johnson. Pearl Cassidv.
Edith Lesley, Messrs. George! Pfen
ning, Gus Mallzon, Merle MacCuen
.naymon Cassidy, Julius Burton, Joe
Rehill, Dick Fisher and Berkley Gus-
tarson. Lunch was served.
The Ladies' Aux'llary of the Eastern
Star met at the home of Mrs.; M, C
Goodlaxori. No. 82 Brainerd street on
Kenton school opened on Tuesday
witn xua attendance. Miss Grace De
Graff is. principal. Miss McCapty and
Miss Thomas have charge of pjrimary
grades. Miss Dawstrom, second grade ;
Miss Dollie McKenzie, third and; fourth
grades; Mrs. Elsie B. Thomas, fifth
graae ; Miss Irma Whittier. sixth errad
and history in department work ; Miss
Alice Randall, seventh grade; Miss
Karnes, eighth grade. '
Miss Incy Baker, a teacher of many
years at Kenton school, resigned in
June, also Mrs. Lou Gray resigned to
Decome the wife of George Averlll, and
win reside m Long Beach, Cal.
une Lions club will attend services
at the community church In Kenton,
xurr. . a. uumi oeinga member from
tne clergy and L. C Wilkinson from
tne xa m Derm en.
ine Aiiiwaukie schools opened Tues
day with the following corns ofl t-h-
ers: B. S. Wakefield, superintendent:
ijoren snove, manual training; Harold
D. Lyman, science and mathematics:
Roll in Woodruff, history and -K-w-
Z. Marie Hager, commercial and. Span-
i aa.ru. v 101a uurner, i&tin and
French : Bertha Leitner. English : Ida
mxora. aomesuc science, and art; 5
u.. Kicnmoaa, principal and eighth
graae ; Mrs. a. k. Winchell. seventh
grades Bertha Arndt. sixth jrrftde:
Frances Gorman, fifth grade:! Edith
Griffiths, fourth grade; Eva La Lib
ert,, second - and third grades Lela
Pio. third grade: Naomi Hart, isecond
grade ; Esther -GHbertson. first grade';
Lydia Cowell, first grade ; Lenore
Gregory, music . F . ;
.A marriage license has been issued
la Oregon City to Elbert R. Bennett
and Florence Keeler of Mil waukie, ,
such is the characteristic introduction to a daily series of short articles on
which will be a feature of The Journal, beginning
Each chapter is illustrated in fascinating fashion
Wiio Van Loon Is
VAN L06N. HENDRIK WILHELM Lec
turer and author. Bom in Holland, t882. Studied
at Harvard and University of Munich. Associated
Press correspondent during-the Russian Revolution
and again during the World War. Has been a lec
turer on history and history of art in various American
universities. Was professor of history in the Univer
sity of Wisconsin before the war and is now professor
of history in Antioch college. He is the author of
"Fall of the Dutch Republic," "Rise of the Dutch
Kingdom," "Golden Book of the Dutch Navigators."
He is better known for his books written for children
"A Short History of Discovery," "Ancient Man
and "The Story of Mankind."
He has just been awarded the John Newberry
medal by the children's Librarian's section of the
American Library association "for the most distin
. guished contribution to American literature for chil
dren" produced within the year 1921 "The Story
of Mankind." ; This book, which was written pri
marily for his two young sons, has been enthusiastically .
read by both children and grownups.
What and How He Writes
"Van Loon tells the history of the world in a manner
that young or old will nojt soon forget ' There is only one
word that describes Van Loon's originality,' his subtle
wisdom, his love and understanding of children, his re
duction of complex material to lucid and dramatic sim
plicity ; and that word is genius. His is the genius of a
Lewis Carroll, a Jean Henri Fabre.
"It is easier to read Van Loon's book than to describe
it The author has taken the hardest not the easiest, way
to his goal, for he deals primarily with movements and
ideas, not with heroes and picturesque incidents. Never
theless, the book reads like a fascinating story, told by a
master story teller. Knowledge, humor, imagination are
brought into play. ' ' .
"Quite as delightful as the text are the numerous pic
tures, drawings, sketches, maps, diagrams and cartoons,
all executed by the author himself. The text and illus
trations are one and inseparable; they illuminate each
other and likewise reveal the author's original and almost .
fantastic' personality. Some of the illustrations are -com-
Dinarions or diagram, map ana cartoon,' and are
cracjatagly funny." The Nation. '
Authentic historical facts related in a. way that appeals to boys and girls v"
and grown-ups, too. -v :?-7
Parents-will commend this to their children and read it for themselves. -V,v' ;
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