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LENTS, MULTNOMAH CO., OREGON, THURSDAY
CLUB PI ANS CONTEST
New Hall is 40x70 With Basement
And all Modern. After Address
and Program a Sumptious Dinner
Ruaaelvllle Grange came before the
public ou Saturday afternoon by dedi
cating a new grange hall. The hall ha»
been thè aim of thè grange (or thè paat
five years. Tl>« grange bonghi ami
paid (or tliv ground some lime ago, ami
tu a <1 e
a d e t e r ni I n ejd
h a a
fight (or thè past linee yeara io gel
the fumi* together to buihl a ball.
Over $11'*» waa raiaed for the purpoae.
The building cost them alsiut three
thousand dollars. It Is 40x70 with a
basement which ia well planned for a
dining room, with kitchen, pantry, ami
wisn I storage,
The fir»t lloor has a
ladies waiting r<a>in, and a men’s room,
check room, au<l alsive this a room for
moving picture machinery.
pro;x-r 1» alsott si|iiare. At the rear of
the hall are anterooms and a tine stage.
There are also two hall-ways leading to
the dining room below nt this end.
H. A. Lewis, John Welbe», and Milton
Harger, Were building committee. To
complete the arrangements the build
ing ia all wired for lighting and a tine
new walnut case piano has been installed.
The program opened at three o’clock
and proceeded as follow»:
Song, by the Grange; Address of wel
come, by the Master, John M allies;
Re*|s>n»r. J. J. Johnson, Master of
Evening Star (irauge Indication cere
monies, conduct*»! by state Master, C.
E. 8|>ence, and the officers of the
grange, Quartette, Woodlawn Grange
Choir; Aildreee, II. A. Darnall, "The
Educational Influence of the Grange. •»
Music, Mr. and Mrs. Staples; Bolo,
Katherine Booth; Reading, l divette
Mills; Address, “The Model Farm,”
R. 0. Wright; Solo, Mrs. Pollock,
Duet, the Bally Children; Reading.
Linette Lewi«; Solo, 1. E. Staples ;
Solo, Mr». Krouenberg; Duet, Bailey
It ir worth while to explain that the
“solo” by Mr. Staples was in the
nature of an appeal for financial assist
ance. As solicitor, Mr. Staples earned
a very com mendable reputation. He
tiegan in regular preacher fashion and
»«ked if any otie present wanted to take
upthe$IW>i Hist was yet due on the
hall, but as no one responded be dropp
ed to 4V0 and that, too, was a little
too heavy. When the fifty figure was
reai lied be got several reapousee; and
■o on dow n through the 2ft’s, 10’«, ft’»
and then a general contribution was
taken up. The net result of Bro.
Staples’ efforts was just $570. Af er
this the State Master was called up for
a »bort talk, and Mrs. Fallows, the
original owner of the ground where the
hall now stands, spoke briefly
The entire audience waa then formed
into line anil march»*d down to one ot
the liest grange dinners that waa ever
prepared The dining room wan tasti-
ly arranged and the tables were deco
rated with roses.
Roses for every
plate. It was beautiful and it waa
good. Ice Cream and cake for desert.
The day waa rounded ou' with a big
ball in the evening. At which the re
ceipts were increased by thirty-five
GIANTS LOSE TO
Lenta Giants were defeated Sunday in
one of the best games ever seen on the
local field, by a »core of ft to 4. Both
pitchers were hit hard throughout the
game, la-nt* getting II hits and the
Mactsaliees No. 17 getting nine hits.
The scon* stood at 3 to 4 in the 9th in
ning when Rusellet of the Maccabees
hits home run over tin* right field fence
with one man on first base, which
brought in the winning run. Features
of the game waa tile hard hitting of
Nelson, the Giants 3rd baseman. He
put a "homer" over left field fence in
the first inning with one man on base.
Next Sunday the Giants play the
Harriman Club which liaa been defeat
ing everything around the country.
Come out and see the Giants let them
down hard, Sunday.
County Pomona Crange Will Meet
The regular quarterly County (»range
will meet at Fairvii w Wednesday June
25, at 10:30 A. M. lfr A . E. Gebardt
is the principal s;<nk tr, and hia subject
will I« "Our hahiralization Laws '
Mr Darnell will d scuas briefly the
work of the State Grange. There will
be the usual entertaining features
Following Is the list of premiums of
fered by the Kelso Neigiilsirlioo I Club
Lents Wins Three out of Seven
to childr>-n of the Kelso district under
Entries Taking Down < a Total of
”1 years, for exhibits at the Kandy
$62.50 Cash Prizes.
Class 1. To Boys
Teams Taking Balance.
Lor best general exhibit, including
grain and vegetables, 1st prize $3.00;
The first volunteer fireman’s tourna
2nd prize Fl.50; 8d prize 50 cents.
ment ever held in this part of the
Claes 2. To Girls.
state waa held at Gresham last Thurs
For l>est general exhibit including
day. The teams contesting were l*nta
domestic science, art. flowers and veget
with one team and Gresham with two
ables, 1st prize *3 00 ; 2nd prize 11.20;
3d prize 50 cents
At 11:30 a. m. the grand parade was
Claes 3. To Boys and Girls.
held. The Sandy band of 23 pieces
Beat balder corn, H stalk» 1st prize
led, followed by an auto chemical from
50 cents, 2nd prize 2ft cents. Best cow
the Portland Pai«! Dept., in which the
ksle, 2 stalk*. 1-t prize 50 cents, 2nd
city officials of Gresham rode. Next
prize 2ft cent*. Beat cabbage, 3 head*
I was the Lenta Company, with their
FIRST BAIT1ST CHI RUH. LENT», OREGON
1st prize 50 cents, 2nd prize 2ft cents
i chemical demrated with roses, Magi
Beat hill bush beaua, lat prize fto cents,
and bunting. The Lenta boys were
2nd prize 25 cent* Beat bill pole
dresaed in white duck trousers, white
Iteans. lat prize fto cents, 2nd prize 2ft
' soft shirts and string ties. Followed by
bushel marketable Bur
a pony carriage equipped with hand
bank potatoes, lat prize SO cents, 2nd
’ extinguishers, and manne«! by small
prize 2ft cent* Beat
boys, representing the future fire lad
able American Wonder potat'ws, 1st
One of the law* passed at the
dies. Then came Gresham with chem
prize fto cent», 2nd prize 2ft cents.
Legislature was one Jo «hange
ical, hook and ladder truck, and hose
The “Harmony Club,' to an organi is nothing near it to dwarf or belittle its
(Ja** 4. To Boy* and Girls.
method of registration of voter».
teams. Their apparatus was decorated
Special premium offered by P. C. zation of the tallies irom Harmony
the n.-w law you register and you are , with flowers and bunting. Next came
Spooner for the greatest ’ Weight of school district south of town. Its metn- ing the admiration of every passer-by; not required to pay any further atten the Greeham girl’s hose team
ft I Its L>ers ars mostly farm wives, mostly a beauty spot where all is pleasing. tion to the matter afterward, provided
marketable |H>tatoes raised from
Lenta won first prize on beet deco
The tidy comfort and generous size of
seed. sillier Burbank or American from well to do liomea on the west of
that you vote each year, or time there rated apparatus and best dressed men,
Mt. Scott. They aro an aggressive, pro
Wonder varieties, $2.00.
is a regular or special election, or pro Gresham second on moet men in line.
gressive bunch of women who take a trim lawns, the repose and air of re vided that you do not change your resi
After dinner the teams gathered at
Special premiums offers«! by J. H. "back seat" to no one. They have
dence from one precinct to another. In the fair grounds.
Revrnue. To girls for the l»e*t two made the school building a social cen note thia, not a saloon in the place. either of these conditions you are re
The first event was a 260 yards, hnb
loaves of bread, $100. To boys for the ter for the neighborhood, and it to a Along the country roads, too, the quired to register again. A further con and hub race to lay 160 feet of hose and
dozen i arrota of the Yellow fine building, too. They have a cottage homes were all commodious and com dition of the new law is that no one make coupling, Greeham won on a
Dan ver variety, rained in I row of teu at (»ladstone Park, where the members fortable, sha<iowed by those magn ficent will be sworn in at election. If you fail close margin. The second was a lad
are entertained during Chautauqua oaks and maples. The rei-ent rains had to register you are prevented from vot der climbing contest and Wm. Eatchel
week, and they have helped many given the soil a thorough soaking and ing. This is an important change, and Jr. won for Lents. The third, a 250
DOMKNTIC M'lKNl a PKI-ARTMKMT
causes along. They are patrons everything was growing
Class 0. To Boys and Girls.
it is to be hoped that it will be instru yards against time, to lay 150 feet of
Best specimen of darning, first prize of the Library at Lents, always have Gardens were beginning to yield the mental in causing more interest in elec hose and make a coupling. Lenta won.
A0 cenis, 2nd prize 2ft cents.
Best l>een its support-rs since it was started, early table delicacies including straw tions.
When you have registered But Greeham protested this race, be
Mrs. D. N. McKinley.
handmade buttonholes, 0 or more, lat and would be glad to assist in promot berries.
you will be given a certificate of cause Lente had two men behind the
prize &0 cents, 2nd prize 2.5 cents. ing a new library building.
registration, which you will keep and cart to pull off the hoee, and Greeham
Mrs. R B. Spooner is the president
Best machine-made one piece dress of
present when you vote, and thus a worked only one man there. Toe
gingham or calico, 1st prize 50 cents, of the club at present— Grandma Spoon
record to kept of each voters appearance. judges rescinded their decision and al
2nd prize 25 cents. Best cross-st itched er—as all the younger set know tier—and
According to the new system the lowed Greeham to run again against
sofa cushion, 1st prize 50 cents, 2nd she is making a record for herself at
..... , proceedings
will — be — tiegun
„— Lents time, they winning. Chief Ray
Harmony of the many good and
prize 2ft cents.
soon and thirty days will be allowed for | burn refuse«l to run this race again, on
Class 7. To Girls and Boys under 12 yrs. thoughtful things site does.
'-ents school garden contest will be registration, and then just preceding | the grounds that he wm only running
One day last week the Harmouy Im held in the school assembly hall Friday election there will be another oppor- ten men against Gresham’s eighteen,
Best dressed doll, clothes made by
child. 1st prize 50 cents, 2nd prize 2ft provement Club was invited to spend at 1. p. iu., June 20. This contest is tunity. Persons in the vicinity of Lent- and held that as he did not run more
cents. Beat embroidered doily or cen the day with Mrs. G. H Kilton, who under the direction of tlie Parent- will be able to register as follows: Pre- | than eighteen men be could place hie
terpiece, 1st prize 50 cents. 2nd prize lives near Newberg. Oregon.
Teachers Club anti there are 25 or 30 cincit 162, F. R Peterson; 162'^, E. L. men where he pleased The judges
About fifty ladies boar ed the early prizes to be awarded.
Rayburn; 163, Otto Katzky; 164, Kline- unfairness in this race lost Lente both
morning tiain on the day designated,
Class 8. To Bovs and Girls.
There will be 1, 2, and 3 priz»*s for the man.
the silver plated racing nozzle, offered
Best 2 glasses of jellv, 1st prize fto and as everything was propitious, the best general display of garden products.
by A. G. Long A Co., of Portland, and
cents, 2nd prise 2ft cents.
Best quart «lay, the company, and the special car, The first prize will be #5.00 cash.
Grand Prize, the Silver Cnp. offered by
jar cucumber pickles, 1st prize 50 cents, we had a delightful time. Our con- There will he also many other valuable
the N'ott-Joeslyn Co., of Portland, for
2nd prize 2*5 cents.
Best chocolate ductor was politeness itself. Wait un prises given by Is-nts bnsinesa men and
the team taking the moet first place«.
layer cake, 1st prize 5u cents, 2nd prize til I tell you. He slowed the train at Portland business houses. The prizes
In the coupling contest to run 50 feet
one ;»oint to afford us a view of the will be suitably awarded by a coni-
and couple a noazle onto the hose,
Tualitnn valley, and stopped to let us miltce on the day of the exhibit, List
Class 9. To Boys and Girls.
waa a tie the first time, and on the
The many friend« and relatives of
For the largest display of insects anil . off at the crossing nearest the Kilton of prizes will be published later.
second attempt Greeham won out.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Eggiman were ■ ^.|ie
worms that are injnriora to plant life homestead. Here we were met by
yarj re|av race wag won
The sweet pea exhibit will s
and that are destroyed by birds, 1st ( conveyances for the baskets, and those made at the same time as the
shocked on Sunday afternoon to learn 1 Lents.
I of our number who could i ot walk the
prize 50 cents, 2nd prize 2ft cents.
contest, as far as possible,
of Mrs. Eggiman's sudden death. Mrs.
The girl’s hose race waa one of the
Note: All exhibit» to be produced by half mile.
whose sweet |s-as are not re dy may Eggiman had been the subject of an most exciting events of the day. The
Tables were already set under a row exhibit other flowers and be given
For futher information
operation for appendicitis a few days race was run 100 yards with Gresham’s
of the beautiful shade trees, typical of credit for the same.
apply to Mrs. R. Jousrud.
previously, and was thought to be in a heavy regulation hoee cart resulting in
i Oreiron, maple and oak.
fair way to recover, but it was known a tie. In the second.the distance was
bountiful dinner! Well, I really do
before the operation that she was the cut down to 75 yards, the Gresham girls
ST. PAUL'S GUILD HOLDS
1 not care to see another soon. Mrs.
victim of a weak heart. At the critical winning by one fifth of a second.
EXPERIENCE SOCIAL. Kilton provided strawberry shor rake
stage in her recovery her heart failed
The only thing that marred tlie day
and cream—and auch cream too—for
her and she slowly sank to rest, Sun was the abecence of fixed rules. This
Ti e ladies of St. Paul's Episcopal j the crowd.
day at 10:30 A. M.
undoubtedly lost the Ijents team the
After dinner the Civic Improvement
church held an ex|»erience social at the
Mr. and Mrs Eggiman had only been princi pal honors of the day. This was
It was decided early in the week by
home of Mrs. Percy Harris, Wooilmere,
married a few months and they were ! the first meeting of the kind, and it is
machines and paid us a visit. We ex- members of the I<ents Commercial Club
very happy in their home relations, hoped that the next one will have a
changed 'notes and advice,
Each member ot tne Guild related in and altogether enjoyed ourselves very vehicle parade to he brought off on MrsJ Eggiman was the daughter of Mr. set of rules drawn up and thoughly un-
and Mrs. Joseph Meyers of South Main derstood in advance. Lenta boys hope
vrr»e the manner in which »lie earned highly. A Mr, Madden came au hour I Thursday afternoon.
one dollar for the church. Mist John or so before train time and took as number of good loyal Lenta citizens be Street. The funeral was held Wednes- ; to hold the next annual meet,
son. Mrs I>oran and Mrs. Potter were many as could ride in a seven pas gan preparations to introduce I-cuts to day at two o'clock, from the Meyers1 Considering the small number of men
the judges of the rhymes and awarded senger car. More than seven went for the people of Portland as tlie latest ad residence and the interment was made present and their unfit condition, Lenta
at Mt. Scott Cemetery. The sym- ! fare«! very well, taking three out of
the first prize to Mrs, Maffet of Lents a spin alsmt the little city, and right dition to the city.
and the second prize to Mrs. Thompson. here let me tell you it ia the cleanest, were prepared, "Lents Coming into the pathy of the entire town goes out to Mr. I seven entries and $62.50 in prize money.
Eggiman in this extreme misfortune. , The I^nta boys all voted Gresham
A musical and literary program waa most attractive little place I ever saw. ; City.”
These were attached to a
among the liest of hosts and are loud in
rendereii by Mrs. McClintock, Mrs. Its residence streets are bordered with pionev-r make up, moving outfit,
their praise of the Gresham boys’ team
Doran and little ixme Ward. Refresh the most lovely shade trees one sees covered wagon, stove, pipe, buckets, LENTS DRAMATIC CLUB
ments were served during the afternoon. anywhere in this l>eautiful land, The lanterns, camp stools, and all the other
RENDER SUCCESSFUL PLAY.
Those taking part from I*»nta were:
Recently a I a tern has is-en purchased churches of which there are ten. and paraphernalia of tlie new corner who
Chief, F. B. Rayburn! Foreman, F. R.
for St. Panl's church which is to be all its public buildings wear a solid, arrives by tlie wagon. It will lie a very
The "Lone Tree Mine,” presented by Rayburn; Bud Carter; Emory Webb;
used in illustrating the Sunday School permanent look, well built and artistic. ! catchy make-up and will no doubt
the lent« Dramatic Club last week was W’ilbur Barties; Chaa.
lessons, It will also be used for Ilina« ' This little city of 26Gi or 3*M)tl inhabit attract a great deal of attention.
up to the standard of the young people Harris Wilson; Claude Lent; M. 8.
trating lecture*. A *erles of lectures ants, lias a high school and college tie While it is a little early to tell what
who have l>een devoting themselves to Hazen ; Wm. Eatchel Jr., and trainer,
will Ire delivered in the near future. sides a grammar school. The college is kind of a reception the Lents delega
the work of the Club. There was room Guy Wilcox. Among the citizens
St. Paul s has been since its erection, denominational hut not exclusive.
tion got it is safe to say that they for more than ordinary ability in the
present from Lenta were. A. Galacbio,
an unorganized mission, but it is now
Newt>erg expects to have an electric were well repaid for their effort and play and yet the Club got away with it
Mayor I. F. Coffman, Wm Goggins of
the intention of the members to or line within the month. The tract is that the town received a very beneficial
A meeting for this purpose already laid. They have their own lot of publicity from the part it took in in finest style. A neat little fund waa the fireman, and Editor Mulrine of the
realized for the tffo ts of the company Optimist.
will be held next Sunday following the electric plant. Nearly all the streets the parade.
and with this presentation they have
4 p. m service.
Everyone interested are paved and mind this, we only saw
decided to take a vacation till fall
to cordially invite«! to be present.
CIVIC STUDY CLASS TO
two empty bouses
Good bouses attended both nights of
Lents Schools Gets Fire Hydrant
A movement to raise the church and me as much as anything I saw arse
MEET NEXT TUESDAY.
In response to a letter addressed by the shows and the company appreciate
put in a basement has been started. their Carnegie library. I want to im
Tlie trasement ia to t>e used as a meet press tlie readers of the Herald with M. 8. Hazen, Secretary of the I«enta Fire the support the people of Lents have
ing place for the Guild and other or- the idea of having one similar to this Department, the Clerk of the City School given them at their various exhibits
The next lesson of the Civic Study
ganisations of the church and also for at Lents, so I’ll tell you about it. It Board responded as follow»:
Claes will be held next Tuesday, June
Portland. Ore.. June, 11, 1913 COUNTY GRANGE TO
entertainments and socials.
stand« in a very sightly location to be-
17th in the library. 1 to 3 p. m. By re
l^nts Volunteer Fire Dept.
HOLD MEMORIAL SERVICES
gin with. It is built of brick of two
Mrs. Additon will conduct a
M. B. CHURCH
colors, cream, trimmed with a sort of
drill at 1:30 p. m.
Preaching 11 A.M., Subject: "The pink as nearly as I could make out.
It has been planned for the granges
I>ear Sir: I am pleased to report the of this locality to hold a memorial ser
teaching of Jesus regarding Civil Law ” It is square or nearly so and is sur
Civic Government topic: "The Feder
Services at Bennett Chapel 3 P. M rounded by a wide, green lawn, and Board has joined with yon in asking for vice Sunday, at the hail of Evening al Service.” "Our Dollar Diplomacy,"
Preaching in the evening at 8 P. M. stands alone in a t>road s|mce sloping in an installation of a tire hydrant in the Star Grange. Lents, Russelville, Wood
lawn, and Evening Star will unite in ser “International Relations.” etc. Do not
Reception of members at both morning every direction. The obstruction has a
vice. which will begin at three o’clock. fail to come. Bring your canto and
Very truly yours.
and evening services.
All patrons and friends are invited to
H II. THOMAS,
solid permanent look in keeping with
get books on government study.
Clerk. be present.
the other building« of the town. There
W LOYD MOORE Pastor.
LAW TAKES EEIECT
MRS. ARNOLD LG6I-
MAN PASSES AWAY
IN ROSE SHOW