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ADVOCATE TAKES OVER MT. SCOTT HERALD WITH THIS ISSUE
HEAR CONGRESSMAN DYER ON MAY 13
ONE OF MOST INTERESTING W EEKLIE8 FILLING A GREAT NEED
IN IT8 COMMUNITY SUSPENDS PUBLICATION AFTER MANY
YEARS.—PUBLISHER GOES INTO JOB PRINTING BUSINESS
the Next Session of Con
Acquaint American ci tisons With the
of Lynching In America
Representative Leonides C. Dyer of
Missouri, who Introduced the federal
anti lynching bill bearing his name
In Congress, will address the people
ot Portland Sunday afternoon. May
13th. at 2:30 o'clock, at Lincoln
High School auditorium, under the
auspices of The Advocate.
Representative Dyer's measure was
passed In the House ot Representa
tives by a vote of 230 to lit and was
favorably reported by the committee
on the judiciary of the senate,
had to be abandoned when a group
served notice that their filibuster
would be continued against the anti-
lynching bill, holdlug up the busi
nets ot the entire country, until a
pledge was given by the republicans
that the Issue would not be forced
In that session.
*'i am going before the country on
the Issue of lynching, a national
shame which tor thlrty flvo years the
states have tailed to end and the
Federal government has failed to At
Miss (lYendoleii Hooker, talks by L
B. Stewart and Mrs. E D. Cannady,
and a vocal solo by Jessie Brooks.
The subject of the discussion was
"Black and White,” and dealt with
the progress of the colored race In
America. The B. Y. P. U. had tor
their study Haynes' "The Trend ot
Arleta and Mt. Scott Districts Vary Active During Past Week.—News of
Interest Told by Regular C orrespondent—J. J. Handsaker
Returns From T rip to Canada.
Who is the most
ODD FKLLOW8 CELEBRATION
New Northwest lx>dge, G. V. O. of
Odd Fellows, will celebrate their i
evening. May 13th. at First A. M. E. ,
(Special to The Advocate)
I Miss Amiee Hollingsworth will
With last week's issue of the Mt. head the publicity company; Mr. W.
Scott Heraid. the publisher and edl- L. Ormany will be registrar. It is
tor, Charles Dineen, quit the newspa hoped the enrollment this year will
per business and has entered into the reach 600. This will be the fourth
job printing business with an up-to- session of this school, which Is held
date modern equipment under the annually under the auspices of all
name of The Columbian Press. News the churches of the lower Mt. Scott
of the territory in which the Herald district. It Is said to be the largest
circulated will be published each Daily Vacation Bible School in the
week in The Advocate.
Last year'« enrollment
Women of the Arleta Baptist
(By Morrison Handsaker)
church will hold a food sale on May
Kose City I<odgr, No. 111, 1. B. P. O. E. of W. is going to find out. This wide-awake order is
Robert Lawrence, 4910 60th street,
who has been very ill, is improving
launching a populari* contest and will give as the prize to the successful candidate a free
SOUTH MT. TABOR
TO SING ON PROGRAM
trip to Chicago and
J. M. Fisher was the speaker at
ck during the month of August to represent Portland.
H. J. Brumels, who has been liv
A group of Spirituals will be sung
the unveiling of the Roosevelt pic ing at 68th and Powell Valley Road,
on Congressman Dyer's program by
ture at Arleta school Tuesday after has bought a house at 7123 37th ave-
a mixed quartet of trained voices.
nue, and is moving into IL
Any woman over the age of 18 years and who retries in Portland is eligible to enter the con-
This number alone will be worth the
J. J. Handsaker, 5630 44th avenue,
Mrs. Walter Jarvis spent a few
test. Vote books are now ready and can be secured at the Stag Club, 381 /t East Morrison
price paid to hear the lecture.
returned Tuesday from a trip to Can- I days with her sister at Oregon City
! ada in the interest of the Near Haut last week.
Street, W ednesday, May 9th, at 2 p. m.. at whicl time the contest will be launched.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Timms, who
Mrs. Sam Ennis. Mrs. Lenora Fish- | have been living in apartments on
‘burn and Mrs. J. C. Ghormley have|tbe west
Side during the winter,
' been chosen as a committee to ar- have mn«
have moved back to their acreage
-The Federal anti Lynching bill Is
range for the Children s Day pro on 79tb street, for the summer.
not sectional. It applies to every
gram at Kern Park Christian church.
Mrs. M. L. Young has been the
part of the country. It assumes that
The Ben Butler Relief Corps will guest of Mrs. E. O. Shepherd, 6733
an atrocity In America la a national
give a Silver Tea at the home of 32nd avenue, during the past week.
disgrace whether It occurs In Geor
When contest closes, the most popular woman in Portland will be crowned at a big carnival.
Mrs. S. I. Payne, 4823 65th streeL Mrs. Young Is a cousin of Mr. Sbep-
gla. or Texas, or Oregon, or Illinois.
next Tuesday afternoon.
herd and expects to make her home
the like of which has never before been staged in-Portland.
■'I shall reintroduce this measure
Work has begun on the superstruc here. She has taken a house at 3709
In the next Congress. It will be re
ture of the new St. Anthony Cath- 66th street.
Introduced, I believe, In the eenate
olic Church, corner 45th avenue and
At the unveiling of the Roosevelt
Meanwhile I shall acquaint as many
The party left town early In the
picture at the Joseph Kellogg school.
YOUNG GIRL DIES
American ctllsens as possible with
A group of Girl Scouts under the Tuesday. J. W. H. Clark of the Board
morning, cooking breakfast and din
Willette Johnson. 9 years old, died
the honors of lyuchln« In America,
leadership of Captain Ruth Demeter, of Education was the speaker. The
t ner out of doors on the way over to Wednesday morning at 7:20 o'clock
and with the provisions of the bill
the capital city.
All report a re at her home. 223 N. 14th streeL fol went to Champoeg on Saturday to picture was unveiled by three girls
designed to end those horrors.
and three boys of the fourth grade.
lowing a lingering illness. Funeral witness Founders' Day cer.emony.
"We »h^| then see If a small ml
Rev. John H. Booth, secretary of
Frame work for an addition to the
services were held from Finley's Fri
norlty ot men from any group of
SEARCHLIGHT CLUB MEET8
day afternoon, Rev. E. J. Magruder I I the Church Erection Society for the Kellogg school is up ready for the
states can block an expression ot the
Christian church, gave an address at cement work to begin. This school
The members and friends of the officiating.
will ot the people of this nation.**
j Kern Park Christian Church. Wed-
George W. Weeks of 444 Benton Searchlight Club met Wednesday
expects to enter 150 children in the
('. N McArthur. exCongressman, street, suffered a sudden paralytic night at the home of Mr. and Mra.
■ nesday evening; subject "Steward Rose Festival parade.
AN APPRECIATED PROGRAM
Introduce Congressman stroke Tuesday morning and Iles Charles Fair. 916 Haight Ave. Fol-
ship.” Following the lecture was the
Pictures ot the Near East Relief
Sunday evening, April 29th. under Leonidas C. Dyer. Sunday afternoon. quite III at his home.
mortgage burning ceremony.
lowing the regular business session
Work were shown in school Wednes
the direction of Clarenco E. Ivey, a May 13th. at Lincoln High School
The executive committee of the day.
of the club, the ladies engaged in Portland, died here on the 28th day
delightful program was rendered at Auditorium, at which time Mr Dyer
Be sure and hear the famous Con needle work. The guess-box was a of April, at the age of 58 vears. Fu Sunday School District No. 9, of the
H. L. O'Mealy, father of Burton A.
the senior B. Y. P. U. Society of will deliver his famous address, "The gressman Dyer, Sunday afternoon.
feature and a light luncheon was neral services were held at J. P. Multnomah County Union, held a O'Mealy. 3810 76th street, was able
White Temple church. 12th and Tay- I Shame ot America.
May 13th, at 2 o'clock, at Lincoln served.
Finley's, Tuesday afternoon.
Rev. meeting Sunday afternoon in Luckey to be moved from Sellwood hospital
lor streets. The program consisted
High School auditorium.
E. J. Magruder had charge,
Inter- Cottage to arrange program for the to his home Thursday after being in
of song* by the Harry T. llurlelgh
Annual Barbecue July 4 at Shiloh
ment in Mt. Scott crematorium. The next quarterly institute. This insti the hospital nine months, following
quintet, readings by Mra. Hill and Baptist Church.—Adv.
TO LEAVE FOR CALIFORNIA
I deceased is survived by two daugh- tute will be held Sunday afternoon, amputation of a limb. He is able to
Mrs F. P. Baltasar. D.D. for the
The Ü. B. F. Club met Monday I ters. a granddaughter, three sons, May 20th. at Lents Baptist Church
get around the house on crutches.
Daughter Elks ot Oregon, plans to night with Mr. and Mrs. Simms, 824 and other relatives.
District No. 9 includes all Mt. Scott ; I ■ .nr
Meaiy is »1
81 years oia
1 leave Bunday, the 6th, for California. E. Pine street, Following the busi-
member of Lincoln-Garfield Post.
■less session when a number of new
A young people's choir is being or p- ■
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO members were added to the roll, re
ganized at the Laurelwood Congre
GRIPP AND COLD
When In Need of a Hair-Cut and 9 freshments galore were served. Sev
Dr. J. Matilaky, who formerly re
Shave, call at the
eral members of th S. M. T. honored
Plans are being made for the Daily aided st 485 West Park StreeL has
the meeting with their presence.
Vacation Bible School, which will be moved to 829 East 16th Street, North,
HAS BEEN RESERVED
held in Arleta school building, from where she ia better prepared to take
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C, C. Hessemer, Ward Stoope and
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Also Baths, Cigars, Csndles snoi
Eliminate darning. Salary 375.00 a
J. A. Hogg have been chosen to help
week full time. 31.50 an hour spare
the principal in securing the teaching
E W. AGEE, Proprietor
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