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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 18, 1914)
M T. SC( )TT HERALD SCHOOLS PRE
At The Churches
PARE TO CLOSE
Entera«! »» Nwnnd Claa» Mauer February 19, 1014.
At postortice. lx"iit», Oration, Under Ml of Msrvh 8, 1879
Publish»! Every Thursilay at I-enta. Ora,, by the M t . S cott P tbushin «] C o .
H. A. DARN ALL, E bitob awn M anxusb .
Kearns, Anns C Fujia»:.
In Woodmera schtxil building an ex
Arleta Baptist Church
Bible School next Sunday morning at
Preaching at ll a. in ami 7:30
p. m. R. Y P. U meeting at filili p. ni.
Prayer Meeting rhursdav evening at
Everybody welcome to any and
all ol these services.
hibit ol all the aehool work as well aa
We liejj to announce that be
ginning with Saturday, May the 9th
1914, we will be located in our new
banking rooms on comer ol Johnson
and Main streets and shall be pleased
to see our many customers in the
new location. With ample hanking
rooms and splendid facilities we hope
to be able to enjoy the good patron
age which we have had in the past,
and cordially invite all our friends
and patrons to drop in and inspect
our new home.
animal« and pets Millard Avenue Presbyterian Church
Sunday Services 10X10 a in Hahhath
will lie made and prl«««a awarded ac
cording to lha following:
The animal School. II tkt a. m. morning worship
P m. Y’ I* S C E 7 30 Evening
HE Oregonian is working it commissioner is one calling for unusual that shows the lx*al ear«- and breeding worship. Thursday, 7 :.to midweek set-
m. chlor practice.
self black in tne face be abilities. The one woman in the state dog, cal, five chick«, three lien«. rixwter, vice, 8:00 p. Itev
Wm. II. Amos, Pastor.
of Oregon whose research and constant five Bantam chick«, two Bantam hen«.
cause Dr. Smith, nominee for
Bantam rm »ter, pair of pigeon«, pair of
governor by the Democrats, has study has prepared for acceptably fill rabbit«, five duck>i,
St. Peter's Catholic Church
stated that he spent $565 in ing so difficult a position ir Mrs. L. F. Canary, will lie given good prises. All
Nundaya: lx>w Mu« at 8 a. m. I High
Additon, who lives on Main street. animal« exhibited mnst be in lioxea or
postage, cards, etc., and J .that
Mata at 10:30 a m
Lento, and we all hope she may l«e
H: 10 a m. Week day* Mat. al 8 a in
his visible collections amount to elected. As state worker au I national cages.
The vegetable list will include: Beets, Choir Reh arsal, Sunday 12 M
$3000. That he sennas high as lecturer for the labor department of the lieal four specimens; early cabbage,
six communications to many W. C. T. U. Mrs. Additon has acquired beat three bead«: loose leaf lettuce,
Seventh Day Adventist Church
voters and hence must have had a knowledge of labor conditions which beat six plants; head lettuce, beat three
is rarely accomplish'd by busy women. heads; carrot«, beat six specimens;
Saturday Sabbath school, tu s in.
the disposition of more money.
Saturday preaching, II a tn
green onions, l>eet four bunches of five
day prayer meeting. 7:30 p. ni.
We are glad tojsee the Oregonian
peas, lieat 18 pod«; early potatoes, best day preaching, 7:4» p. in.
taking notice of these|things.ï It
UOKWHEAT has more heat «tv 12 tulier»; turnip shape radish, liest
shows a disposition to favor [po
lug elements than wheat,
It three bunches of four; long variety
Lents Fnend’s Church
should be used. then, tn cold radish, best three bunchee of four;
litical if not moral improvement.
As It to a tri tie hard to di turnips, beat four specimens.
Bible sch«x>l, 9:4ft; Meeting for
Two years ago^the Oregonian weather.
feat. after eating buckwheat ca kM
worship atll o'clock; C. E Service« »I
backed a senatorial! campaign|in cue should exercise s little Theee The sewing department will show P. M Preaching 7:3i>, t*r.«ver meeting
combination suits, night gowns, bloom
are al 7:4». John Rilev,
which the average daily expense griddle cakes sre all right for those er», dresses, cape, aprons, tablerunnera, Thiirsday
who work bard or exercise a great
must have been as much as Dr. deal,
but seileutary per»«uis should pillow cases, cushion tope, fancy bags,
Smith has spent inShis entire partake of them sparingly
Lents Baptist Church
Manual Art denartment has stencil
campaign and yet the Oregonian
Nioe Brown Cakse.
designs for bedroom, bathroom sets,
Lord's Day, June 14. Bibl«« School.
never whispered. «¡In!! fact it
Morning worship, 11 A. M
with boiling milk instead of living room sets dining room set«, 9:4ft A M
helpedjto spend the money. Sit prepared
Theme “Saving One's LUe, or Saving
water. To make them light and ten monograms and cross stitch design on One's Soul " fr V P. I'., 7 p. M
probably got more of it thanJMr. der the cakes require the addition of towels.
Evening worship, 8 P M Tlwme
Smith spent in his ^entire cam baking soda Just before they are The Manual Training department Broad Way ami th«« Narrow Way."
will show telephone, large woodwork, Tin* onlinanec of baptism adtnioistonai
paign and yet never complained. baked
If you wish only a moderate quanti metal work, sleeve board, broom hold- at evening service. J. M. Nelson, pastor
On the other hand it maintained ty of the griddle cake, try thee. ¡»^ I "
neckl'is “nxck, ptat
to*thejvery last thatFtheir man portions:
label, plant stand, picture frame, shelf, German Evangelical Reformed Church
Mother's Buckwheat Oakes —Take a
wasTconducting JanlMabsolutely pint
of boiling milk and pour it on teapot stand, match box.
S. School 10 A. M German School
cleanTand^fairXcampaign well half a cupful of yellow cornmeal which And the cooking department will <atuniay 10 A M Y. P S. Wr«lneaday
M. Sunday worship II A M.
within thejlimits of^the corrupt
Pentecostal services II A M Confir
spoonful of salt. Stir well together pudding, doughnuts and salads.
All kinds of Storage for Household arti
-» — m
mation. The following class will be ad-
and allow to become lukewarm, then
All entries are free and the public is milted into tin« congregation:
ad«l half a cupful of sifted flour and invited. All articles herein mentioned Ertler, J<wphine Ertler, Franz Eitler,
cles, Furniture or other Goods
“’These are tightltimes we are half a cupful of buckwheat, Then mix will be on exhibit from
Celebration of the
o’clock to Adelina Schultz
well with a cupful of yeast, Cover the
o'clock on Monday but onlv a part Holy Communion. Ottering for la-netlt
told, ¡but there are ajfew things bowl
In which tbe batter bn* been
of the church election fund.
on Tuesday. Every one should an« invited to atteml ami bring friemls
that might be done anyway. mixed and stand tn a warm place to
Th. Scfiildknralit, Pastor
Lents and other parts of Mt rise until morning When ready to come out and see for themselves what
bake mix In a saltapoonful of baking great work tbe children are doing ami
Scott could attend the numerous s«»da.
have actually done.
Kem Park Christian Church.
little things that would help in
Monday afternoon there will be a
A Hasty Brsakfast Dish.
Morning Sermon subject:
the improvement of our own Quick Buckwheat Cakes —These are game of indoor baseball between Wool- What
Intent " Evening subject: "The
suburb and still cost the resi
Issu«« Hinging on To-morrows Public
pensive than the others. The molasses
dents very little outlay. There use,I in this recipe is supposed to game of baseball between Woodmere School
and another grammar school.
is a great'need of improved door- make them brown. Take a pint and a The class to be promoted includes the
yards. lawns and small shrub half of buckwheat, a cupful each of following persons: Winifred Scott,
yellow cornmeal and flour Stir these
Lentfl M. E. Church
bery. There is too many places together, then add three heaping tea Mildred Rossman, Leah Melvin, Ciff.nl
North Main St., Lents
P hm M hc 11,
where indifference is shown. spoonfuls of baking powder, a tea
PHONES: Home 111l; Tabor 1361
"Rcligoua Awaksning Procedos National
The ordinary front yard can be spoonful of salt and a tablespoonful of houa, Megr Kirisbian, Esther Wright. Prosperity.” Preaching at Bennett
Mix to a batter with water, Benjamin Popham, Frances Hershner, Cba|»el M. E. Church, 3. P. M. Evan
spaded up as an ‘-odd job” in molasses
not too cold.
The «’akes should he Ethel Dotson, Willie Cantwoll, Marie geliatic service 8 P. M and Mens chorus
a week. This if done in the fall mixed Just before they sre needed for Pederson, Ethel Schram, Mabel 'hues, will sing. Epworth League 7 P. M.
Sunday school ami BiblecTs»»9:4A A. M.
will show a fine seed bed in the baking.
Lucius Foote, Ida Arnett, Wallace All ot these services are well attende«!,
McKenny, Stella Monner, Grace Lar W" would tie glad to welcome you.
spring. Plant it to grass and
Buckwheat Pancakes—These pro
you will soon have an inexpen portions will provide enough for a son, Harold Duncan, Thaxter Daniels, Boyd Moore, Pastor.
sive improvement that will add large family. Take a quart of buck 8tella
Arleta School is also getting ready for
Caught and Caldi Weaken the Sykfem
very materially to the value of
cornmeal and a tablespoonful of salt. special features. Their garden products
Continued Coughs, Coldsand Bronchial
Mix a cupful of cold milk with three aro ready for market ami so they will
Along with this don’t forget cupfuls of hot water and when luke bold a children's market on Saturday. troubles are depressing and weaken the
system. Ix»ss of weight and appetite gen
the back yards.“ Back ¡’yards warm stir It slowly Into the dry Ingre They will bring vegetable« from home erally follow. Get a 50 ct. bottle of
dients to prevent lumping
Beat till and from the school garden, and cookery,
were not intended for dump smooth, add a yeast cake dissolved In
berrie«, home made bread, camlies, etc. Dr. King's New Discovery to-day. It
grounds. They arejthe kitchen tepid water and continue beating five Friday evening will lie celebrated will atop your cough. The first dose
laboratory of your outdoor es minutes. Put aside to rise Before with an entertainment by the children helps. The best medicine for Stubborn
baking In the morning mix an even
tate. Their healthfulness~and teasp«wnful of soda In a cupful of of tlje school, consisting of songs, drills, Coughs, (.'olds and all Throat and Lung
Troubles. Mr. O. H. Brown, Muscatine,
convenience and tasteful condi warm milk and beat Into the batter, motion pictures, and ether (eat -e«. j Ala., writes: "My wife was sick during
At Saturday, 3 P. M., Arleta la going to
tion will add considerably to the
other the hot summer months anti 1 honestly
the batter on to a hot greased griddle win a ball game from one of
general welfare ofjthe commun in small, round cakes. They should grant« schools. At the s
time will believe Dr. King's New Discovery
ity. The tin cans, scrap heaps be a rich brown when baked, Serve be a pet stock show at the school saved her life.” Good for children. 50 eta.
and slop holes all contribute foul with fresh butter and bot maple sirup. building. All sorts of pets will be 31.00, at your Druggists.
1 Block E mmì of Main St. on Footer Rortl
PiioDM TiilMir 1MW; Home 3U2
alloyed and from all over the city,
and nauseating odors and ulti
GRAPEFRUIT A LA MODE.
mately develop disorded health. Banana Custard.—Make a rich cus provided they are the property ol the
AINTY dt-sserto should add at-
children, and provided, too, that they
1 tractlveiiexH to lenten men la
tard und add mashed bananas flavored are muzzled—that is the dogs. The
orange, lemon, pineapple or vanil chickens need not be muzzled. But if
Orajiefrult nerved In plenalng
The disposition to cure fall with
la essence and sweetened to taste.
there are any knockers they had better styles will tie welcomed In s|>lte of the
fact that It I h a fruit that la almoat al
evils both local and political, by Bananas cooked or baked with tapi be muzzled.
oca give a nice flavor to the pudding.
wuys with us.
resolution, is one of the mistakes Banana Mold.—Take the yolks of two
of most organizations looking to eggs and treat them with two table
O desserts in which fruit» are In
spoonfuls of sugar and a teaspoonful
gradients are so easy to [inquire
public improvement. A better of cornstarch. Thicken a pint of milk
as those made with bananas,
result would be attained by a
Therefore It Is a wonder, considering
Slice two or three bananas Into a dish,
study of social and political con [»our the custard over and drop me the cheapness and general availability
this wholesome fruit, that It Is not
ditions, the improvement of the ringue on top, ornament with bits of of
more widely appreciated.
members intellectually and en Jelly and serve.
Several ways of prapgrfo.« •-.uple
With a Cereal.
desserts with bananas arv, gt>*n tiers:
dorsement of competent honest Bananas and
Tapioca.—Take a pint
men for public trusts.
of sweet milk, scald and stir into it a
Deafness Cannot De Cured
tablespoonful of tine tapioca. Let It
4. an th»-y cannot react
w ■’ p« t|«»n of th» <ar
cook until dissolved. Remove from tbe
•< to cure deafn»-««, and that if
ntii otiorial r>ni» di« B
Deafn< an II
Are and add the beaten yolks of two
Inflamed condition of th» mu
Portland ( 2 )
eggs, then set on the fire until it thick
i ik of ll»«« Eustachian Tube
n Inflamed you have a rumbling
ens. Take off and when cool add the
«.••ct hearing, and when 1» Is
’I. Deafness is the result, «and
The president of Mt. Scott Union, beaten whites of tbe eggs, folding in
Inflammation ran be taken out
Mrs. Dunbar, is visiting friends in New carefully a little at a time. In tbe
r< Mtor«'<! to Its normal condi-
■ ■ itinx wiil be d»-stroy»-d forever, nine
serving dish have two bananas peeled
i* i«n an- caused by Catarrh,
and sliced thin and pour over them the
The regular meeting of the Union
be mucous surfaces.
i < One Hundred Dollars for any
will be held at the Evangelical Church
1 '-mnt-ni <raus»fl by catarrh) »hat
A Fruit Cream.
on June 23.
The calender gives tbe
cured i»y Hall's Catarrh »'uro.
< Irrtjlnrs. free.
Banana Cream.—Take a pint of
program as follows:
t fft:NEY A CO.. Toledo. Ohio.
cream, some bananas, two oranges, two |
gospel lifting; Tbe mountain pattern;
1 a ike Hall s Family Pills for constipation.
tablespoon fills of lemon juice, three
psalms 121; report of civic committee; quarters of a cupful of powdered sug
report of special committee on summer ar and one tablespoonful of pulverized
Cures Stubborn. Itchy Skin Troubles
vacation camp; W. C. T. U. social gelatin. Soak tbe gelatin In an eighth
"I could scratch myself to pieces”
of a cupful of cold water, then dis
is often heard from Eczema, Tetter,
Tbe people of Mt. Scott district are solve it In an equal quantity of boiling
Itch, afid similiar Shia Eruptions. Don't
greatly honored in that they have in water. Whip tbe cream and stand It
their midst the only woman in toe on Ice. Peel the bananas, slice and
Dr. Hobson s Eczema Ointment. Its first
state entrusted with a place ■pon the rub them through a sieve. Add the
application Btarts healin; the Red,
state ticket of any political [»arty. The pulp and juice of tbe oranges, the lem
oti Juice and the sugar. Blend thor Rough, Scaly, Itching Skin soothed by
prohibition party eelec ed as their can
oughly and mix with the gelatin. Stand the Healing and Cooling Medicines.
didate for the office of state labor com
in a cold place until It begins to stlf Mrs. C. A. Einfeldt, Rock Island, III.,
missioner one who has for years lived fen. Add the whipped cream and stir
Broadway and Alder Streets
after using Dr. Hobson’s Eczema Oint
witbin this district, on» who has daily all lightly together. Put Into a mold
ment, writes: ‘This is ther.at time in
been inspired by tbe beauty of the and stand on Ice until it Is served.
PHONES: Marshall 5100; Home A-6131
nine years I have been fr:- from the
contour and the Constance of the verdure Turn out on a flat dish and serve with dreadful ailment.” Guaranteed. 50 eta.
of old Mount Scott. The office ol labor plain or whipped cream.
at your Druggist.
Office Phone: Home B-rtlll-llll.
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