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Si: Johns Best Piace Of
sl for the 1925 Fair
Si. J.)' .us Best Placeof
all K - the 1925 Fair
ST. JOHNS, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 20.1921.
The Bachelor Club base ball
team won nn exciting game at Co
lumbia Park last Sundny.defeat
ing Laurelhurst 8-4. The Bach
elors proceeded to win the game
in the early innings, getting
Bovcral hits which resulted in
three runs. This lead was not
maintained very long, as tlio
boyB from Laurelhurst went on
a rnmpago in the fifth inning
when a couple of their five hits
interminged' with erratic work
of the Bachelors sent four run!
over the plate. The home team
came back with a vengeance
during the next few innings and
ho whole team braced up so that
the opponents could not cross
the plate again. Whelan at short
played a good game for the win
ners and Btarred with n marvel
ous backhand catch when he
plucked a sure hit out of the air.
Several good catches and stopj
by the Laurelhurst second base
man kept the score down consid
erably. Gardner and Smith op
posed Larsen andPoft with hon
ors ubout even. Sunday the
Bachelors -journey to Gervais to
opposo the fast nine from that
town. Ah uervais hns not been
defeated this year they will no
doubt givo the club fellows a
Ryder L. Cormany has 'been
awarded tho concession ut the
Portland Automobile Park, loca
ted across tho'strcct fiom Penin
sula Park on Albina avenue,
which was offered by the Pork
Bureau to tho highest bidder,
IiIb bid having beon recommend
ed by S. C. Pier of tho Bureau
oT Purchases, und passed by the
Council at the Wednesday scs
Hion. Mr. Cormandy will con
duct the business along lines of
, liko concessions operated in
other Parks of similar nature In
tho country. Ho will be estab
lished for business by , the first
of tho week.
. NBKTIIiS ROGKRS.
A very pleasant birthday pnr
ty was held at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. M. B.. Green at 810
North Smith avenue Sunday,
May 15. The party was in hon
or of Mr. M. B. and W. E.
Green's birthdays, which are
four dnys apart. Those prespnt
were a sister, Mrs. Ella Rice,
and dnughters Lydia and IS I die,
from Forest Grove, nnd nnolhei
sister, Mrs. W. Gunning nnd
husband from McMinnville. Mr.
Gunning is County Comissioner
of Yamhill county; their daugh
ters, Mrs. Loren McHinley, and
husband and HCtle daughter.
Alico of Sheridan. Oregon; their
son, Clarence Gunning and wife
or Bel view: also Mr. M. B.
Green's brother. Mr. W.E.Green
nnd wife of Portland, and their
daughter. Mrs. Thos. Solomon
nnd their two little sons, aUo of
Portland. The guests arrived
in time for u typical birthday
dinner, which included n birth
day cake for each of the honor
guests. After dinner the men
all took n walk over the most
interesting parts of St. Johns
and decided St. Johns was the
most logical place for (he 1025
Fuir. They returned home after
n splendid day.
The twelfth annual ball of the
Bachelor Club, held in the skat
ing rinu Thursday evening of
last week, was a most brillinnt
nlFalr nnd u splendid success.
There were about four hundred
in attendance and nil enjoyed
the social ovent immensely. Tl;c
rink was converted into one huge
bower of beauty that was a de
light to the eye, and the music
furnished by Curtiss seven picco
orchestra, was unoxcellubtc. Tho
event w ontr" bo remembered
with n great deal of plensuro by
all who were fortunate enough
to bo in attendance.
"Tho Fruit of His Folly" at
the Portland Woolen Mills Club
House May 27th and 28th.
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For nil round, day-in-nml-iLy-out picture
making, the aG has always particularly appealed
to us wc thrnlc it will partici:!:. ' nppcal to
you. J'.'s compact and convenient to carry,
lor example, and yst the picture it makes is
just short of post card she z Jl x 4 Ji inches.
And then it lens equipment. The Kodak Annstig
mat is designed by kodak experts and manufactured
in Kodak factories for the particular Koda.k on which
it is to be fitted. Asa result lens and shutter and aux
iliary equipment are in perfect harmony apd better
pictures follow as a matter of course.
See it here. We are featuring the "20 Junitr"
i.i tur Kodak department
Other Kodaks all autographic from $S.OO up
Brownies from $2,00 up
tain's for Drugs
202 N. Jersey St.
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Moving Jobs and Long Distance Hauling
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Residence Col. 377
The following will bo the O.A.
IX. program for Memorial Day:
Members of Gen. H. 15. Comp
son Post, No. 22. G.A. H.. 11. B.
Compson W. It. C. No. 32, nnd
I'etor A. Porter Circle Lndies of
the G. A. IX., will visit Williams,
George and North grammar
K'hools and James John high
chool on Thursday afternoon at
I o'clock. On v riday nt 2 p. m.
they will visit the Portsmouth,
Peninsula and Kenton schools.
On Sunday at 11 a. m. they will
attend the University Baptist
church in n body. On Monday
norning they will meet nt G. A.
H. Hall at 9 a.m. Services at G.
A. K. monument, opposite city
hall, at 10 a. m. Memorial
Day orntion by Or. H. L. At
kinson at W. It. G. Hall at 11 n.
m. Dinner at 12 for G. A. IX.
people nt G. A. it. hall. School
children will napcmble at Wil
liams school on Monday nt 'J a.
m. to take part in parade. Chil
dren please bring flowers Fri
day and Monday. '
E. G. Pratt has purchnscd and
taken possession of the barber
shop owned nnd conducted by S.
II. Sutterlc.o on North Jersey
street. .Mr. Sattcrlee expects
to leave next month for an ex
tended trip to his old home in
Michigan and other eastern
states and spend noxt winter in
California. Mr. Satterlce hns
been engaged in business here
for a number' of years nnd his
many friends will regret his
Mr. and Mrs. Ryder L. Cor
many arc thu happy father and
mother of a seven pound baby
girl, which arrived at 3:12 a. m.
Tuesday, May 17, 1S)21. The
mother and (laughter nro pro
gressing nicely, nnd tho "old
man" is the happiest a going.
Elmer J. Mueller has taken
out a permit for erection of a
dwelling on Allegheny street.
Among the new books that are
at the St. Job MR Library this
week is an intcnstiiu' account
of the history of th IVilic
Northwest by Jeph S h:fer,
"Open Gates to Russia"' by AI.
W. Davis, a number of new
books on poultry, including
"Progressive Poultry Itatstntr"
by Wm. A. Lippincott, an en
tertaining book on tho Opera by
Charles Anneslej. giving the
detailed plots of 23 celebrated
operas: "Modern Accounting"
by II. H. Hatfield, and the fol
lowing fiction: S'iver Sixuence,
Sawyer; John Seneschal's Mar
garet. Castle; Let t ic. Sawyer:
The Brimming Cup, Cnnlbld;
Slippy McGee, Vernier; Top 0'
the Momin', McManns; Spnnsih
Doubloons. Konvoii: In the Great I
Apache Forest, Sehulu.
Harold V, Lender and Miss
Elizabeth Oesohger were united
in marriage at the home of tho
bride's parents, Mr. ami Mry.
Wm. Oeschger, 412 Central ave
nue, Sunday afternoon 'at 1 :30,
Dr. II. l' Jones performing the
ceremony. The bride is well
known in St. Johns nnd possesses
many friends. Mr. Leader is a
son of an an extensive landholder
in thu statu of Florida, and was
an ofllcer in tho U. S. Army un
til a short time ago. Guests
present were: Miss Amedn
Jenkins, Miss Ilo.se Hnrtle, Miss
Hazel Hnrtle, Mrs. Clyde Mun
son, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Scott, Arohio Miher, G. L. Gil
lis, A. Widmor, Master W. Oes
chger, Master A. Oeschger.
The Christian church will be
nnen from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. May
25th for tho purpose of receiv
ing nnd taking care of supplies
for tho Armenian Belief. Per
sons having cldthing, toy, etc.,
to.donate to the cause may leave
same at the church on that day
and they will be properly taken
Be sure and come to I2pworth
l.enguc next Sunday evening at
7 o'clock. Our District Fourth
Vir. President. Mr. Bugh, will
be out to speak to us. He will
also show us some storeopticon
views of last year's summer in
stitute. Also wo are to have
some visitors, the Woodlawn
League, who will tell us some
thing of this year's Bummer
Institute to be held nt Jefferson.
We are going to haven splendid
time. Be sure nnd come; your
frit-mis are welcome. Reported. ;
"The Home of the Witch
craft." the piny given under the
nuspiees of the Fraternal Boos
ters in Moose Hall Saturdav
evening, under the direction of
Miss Williams! pleased a large
attendance immensely. Those
participating in the entertain
ment carried out their parts
splendidly an 1 nil thoroughly
enjoyed the event.
Miss Barbara Rich of Boston
has been a recent visitor in this
city. She has been staying nt
the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. F.
Clark, on North Edison street,
n the guest of her brother, L.
V. Rich. Miss Rich is u gradu
ated nurse, bus also taken a spe
cial medical course. She served
overseas during thu war, and
is located at present at Spokane.
Wash., in thu public schools of
"Roblna in Search of a litis
hand," the play given by the
June class of thu James John
High school ut the auditorium
of the building hist Friday and
Snturnay evenings, was a line
success, Tho entertainment was
well attended and thosu partici
pating acquitted themselves in
Horn-To Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
St. John, Wednesday morning,
n six pound daughter at G07 Ij.
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We guarantee lower prices than you can get in the city
" Sett if ttn'tt f?iottiers"
ilave an Hnrly Garden this
Spring by planting right now hard'
filed plant. '
Earl Cabbage Plants, 2 Dozen 25c
Head Lettuce Plants, 2 Dozen 25c
Pansy Plants, Perennial Plants,
Hedding Plants, i laninj Diukots,
Porch lioxes and Tubs Pilled,
Seeds, lite. m
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The St. Johns Community
Club, tliroiiL'li its cntcrtnintnsnt
'committee nntl the sanction of
various members of the Club,
has decided that an annual dance
, Bhrtll bo a Club feature. It is
I the custom of the various civic
1 clubs throughout the city to give
these dances and it is tho desire
of the Committee that the first
dance shall be an eminent suc
cess as a social uatherinc of i
Club members just as such events
are with the other Clubs. The
Club Membership Card will be
your admittance ticket to the
dance and it is requested that
all interested parties shall plan
to attend. A feature of the oc
casion will be to promote senti
ment for a Community Club
Home, which shall bo owned by
thu membership and which shall
be available for all activities
that may arise in a trrowinp lo
cality such as ours. Tho skat
ing rink will be used for this
first annual dance. Music that
will be a pleasure to hear will
be furnished, and if you do not
care to dance you may enjoy the
music. Tho decorations arrang
ed by the Hachelor Club will re
main in place till after this oc
casion. It is the plan of tho
Committee to make it just as
homey and informal and proper
aa though it were an alfnir of a
large family. Make it known
among your friends that a mem
bership card is the card of ad
mission and if your friend is
not a member see that he gets a
card. The regular meeting time
will be next Tuesday, but be
cause of other important meet
ings that night, thu dance is to
bo given 011 Wednesday, May
H. W. Simmons, who has a
lino ranch near Oregon City,
was a pleasant caller at this of
fice tho first of thu week, lie
reports crops in tho finest of condition.
Tliurwlay ami l'riiliiy, Muv 19 uml 20
Cecil II. IV MUle'st '
In 8 nets, featuring; Tlieo. Roberts,
Kittliryu Williams, Allien Ayersond
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Sntunlnv, May 21
CATHERINE MACDONALD in
"MY LADY'S LATCH KKY."
Snnilrtv. May 22-
WILLIAM RUSSELL I" "TUB
MAN WHO UAIIKD."
Monday ntul Tucftlnv, Mny 2.1 ninl2l
MARY MILES MINTER hi
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wtek iin. Alw "Velvet 1'liiKcrs"
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Yes, It Is the Greatest Day In the life of the Hoy or Girl.
Could theie lie a more opportune time for a i;ift than hi
commemoration of this event?
Mothers ami Fathers sliotiM coiitrilitile to their happiness
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ver from our Store.
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express your kind of best wishes to the graduate.
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