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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1915)
At The Churches
Doings of Our Neighbors
Arletd hdpllst Church
BRHEZY ITEMS CONTRIBUTED BY HERALD REPORTERS AT NEARBY POINTS
| <*an he made less atiaorbsut by the ap-
HÜW Î0 MAKE IHt F ARM
1 plications of wood fillers which are
KIÍCHÍN AN EFFECTIVE WORKSHOP common commercial preparations.
Where unseaaoned boards are used,
Improvement in the arrangement of I cracks are likely to occur from shrink
the farm kitchen will result in saving age, and these should be filled, putty
the energies of some 8,(8)0,000 people being eometimee used—and sometimes
and make their work less heavy and commercial preparations designed for
more enjoyable, according to Farmers’ thia purpoee.
Lighting, ventilation and heating are
Bulletin No. 607, toned by the U. 8.
particularly important in the kitchen.
Department of Agriculture.
This Bulletin, entitled “The Farm For ventilating purposea, a window that
Kitchen as a Workshop," diacnsses not goes to tbe top of the room, with a top
merely the proper location of the sash that can tie readily raised and
kitchen with reference to other part* of lowered, is espically good, as it lets out
the bonae, but gives detail* aa to the the hot air which naturally risee. A
beat methods ot treating it* floors and window pole can be provided for cloeing
walla, and gives well tested floor plans the top sash. In lieu of a window
for tlie step-saving arrangement of the opening at the top, small windows for
sink, stove, table, and other kitchen ; ventilating puipoees may be provided
near the top, over the cupboad, table or
These will be most convenient if
The author of the bulletin states
that a small, compact kitchen saves tliey are hinged and arranged so that
many steps and much useless labor in they can be ooeoed and closed by pulley
tbe preparation of food. This, however, and rope. There can hardly be too
is in homes where tbe kitchen is mere many windows in a kitchen. Glass
ly a workshop, and not used also as a panels in doors also allow light to pene
general purpose room where meals are trate into dark places in closets or
served and where the family gathers to passageways. Wh*re there is danger of
enjoy the warmth of tbe stove. Even breakage, wire glass should be need,
where a large kitchen ia needed for such and where privacy is desirable, frosted
purposes, however, a logical arrange or similar glass can be selected.
In tbe Northern States during cold
ment of ita various features with rela
tion to esch other will enable tbe house weather the windows in the kitchen
wife to do her work much more should be provided with a b a rd which
fits below tbe lower eash of tbe window,
Whether the chief exposure of the! with tbe lower saab shut upon it. This
kitchen shall be north, east, south, or I i arrangement will admit air between tbe
west, la a matter governed by individual i two sashes without drafts. Very good
preference and local conditions. A | | ventilation without great loss of heat
kitchen which receives the morning - may tie obtained by tbe use of window
light ia usually desirable. Effort should I screens covered with cotton cloth.
be made, however, to secure light from These allow the outside air to enter
two directions and cross ventilation. without a draft, and also keep out dust
For thia purpose, the kitchen should be I and dirt.
:45 a. m. Bible Hchool.
11 a. in. Preaching service.
diM'iuwion during the lecture hour is,
7 :3b p. in. Evening services.
“tie* relation of a payroll to the com
6:15 p in. II. Y. P. U. nieetlr.g.
-- ----------------------------------------- q munity.*' Mr. Hirnrbaugh will lead in
7 45 Prayer meeting.
the dlscuseion Miss Laura Moore will
Everybody welcome to any and all ol
The sun has eroaaed the line.
have charge of tbe young people's part
And the weather la certainly fine.
The question of
it la a pleasun* to la> alive in Oregon
lie <1 incunei I
thia spring, all winter in fact
Millard Avenue Presbyterian Church An unusual fine show for fruit of all briefly
Mrs. Thomas A. Edison, im social
10 a. ui. Habbatb Hchool,
kinds at tills time, and nothing but late
of West Grange, N. J., liaa lawn
11 a. m. Morning worship,
frosts or a very protracted period of cold
6 45 p. m. Y. P. H. C. E.
instrumental in getting tlie moving pic
7:30 p. in. Evening worship.
ture shows cl<■ mil on Sunday.
7 :3o p. m Thursday, midweek service. part.
H P in I hursdav. elioir piseli, e
lame, the Watkins medicine man of would Is- well" said Mrs. Edison “for
Rev. Win. II. Amos, Pastor. Gresham, was in town thia week an<i the |s*ople of West Orange aa well as
snys lie finds very little—almost no everywhere else, to bark back to tlie
money in fact—in the hands or |MM-keta example of our forefathers ami stay
ot tlie people. Hardly anyone la pre quietly at home on Sundays. We should
St. Peter’s Catholic Church
pared to pay tlielr little bills, In tlie not Is* so anxious for amuwnwnti at all
meantime tlie banks are stuffed full of times, but try to cultivate tlie home idea,
H a. tn. Ixiw Maas.
We would all
10:30 a. m. High Maas.
money and they won't loan it out even especially on Sunday* **
8:30 a. ni. Huti«i»y Hchool.
at the m<«it frightful terms.
12 M. Chlor rehearsal
example of the West Orange people.
Week days*. Mas* at 8 a. m.
town, who said we would have but little
improvement in times until tlie “Old-
stand |>atiers” got fully reinstated in
Seventh Dey Adventist Church
10 a. in. Haturday Habbatb School.
tlie next national election. Thia is a
Tlie new school building is nearing
11 a. m. Haturday preaching.
7:30 p. m. Wedneeday, Praver meeting. long time to go hungry.
completion and promise/ to lie a modern
7 45 p. tu. Sunday preaching.
One of our young men was arrested ' uw-to-date piece of ¡architecture, some
this week for taking fish out of a trap at thing which the District can look upon
Germán I vdnqelkdl Reformed Church the darn by the man in charge at the with pride and pleasure.
hatchery, who claimed he saw him
10 a. m. Hnnday Hchool.
The road which has recently been
10 a. m. Haturday, German school.
carrying away fish early Sunday morn
opened and which is to tie the entrance,
B p in Wednsmlay. Y. P. K.
ing He was returning from a dance in
has been named Park Drive by the
11 a. m. Hunday worship.
Th. Hchihiknecht, Pastor. company with anotlier young man and residents and is being graded by the
three young ladies aud crossed the river ; road commissioner*. We
at the dam Al the tnal all tlie young I walk will lie ad<led. It
is to exti*nd
Kern Hark Christain Church
fa-ople swore they took no fish and tlie , Irocn Buckley Avenue, on
U m - »'«it, to
Corner 69th Hl. and 46th Ave. H. E.
accttand was released This trial was a : Gates Road in the east.
Ida. m. Bible Hchool.
Ila ni. and 8 p. ui. preaching service. jury trial and after the verdict was ren
Mr. H. E. Johnson, who has been liv located either in a corner ot the house
dered the tisli wardens were very near
7 p. m Clirthtain Endeavor.
on Foster Road, in the bouse of Mr. or in a narrow part where there can be j
8 p. tn. Thursday, mid-week prayer ' ly I kmi U s I out of town. People are get
Hurrle. lias moved near Bell rose windows on opposite sides. It is well,
ting in that condition that they have
8:46 p. in. Thursday, Bible Study | lltth* respect for law as it is administered. ’ on tlie Gates Road. The place he va- also, to locate the kitchen so that clouds
, Kted was filled immediately by Geo. j of dust may not be blown in from tbe
A cordial welcome to all who will at They know that it is in tlie interest of 8. D. Feran, of Portland, who we un I road, and it is of even greater impor
At 1:30 o’clock on Friday afternoon
the favored few and that tlie large mass
tend any all services.
R. Tibbs Maxey, Minister, —who are fast becoming reduced to derstand is an accomplished Auto Ma tance that the kitchen be so located of this week occurs the medal contest
with reference to barns and other out
poverty—have no more show than a chinist. There are no empty houses, buildings that the prevailing winds will offered by the Mt. Scott Union to the
Lente public school. Thia work was
not bring unpleasant odors or flies from
The special meetings lield at Bennett
St. Pauls t plscopal Church
The interest st tlie Literary Society
inaugurated last year at which time
One block south of Woodmere station. and Ilebating Club baa kept up wonder- Chapel ar« deeply indebted to Mr G**>.
three separate entertainments were held
Holy Communion the first Hunday of fully well all winter and spring ami each L. Carr, for the strong, earnest and in
each month at 8 p. in. No other sur meeting th« bouse tba has lieen filled. spiring sermons which he baa given. ; kitchen is provided, because it must and three silver medals awarded. It
handle tbe unusual cooking for harvest wm decided this year to hold the con
vives that day.
Every other Hunday the regular ser A great many questions of national im Mr*. W. Boyd Moore, also deserves the hands. The writer points out that it
tests of the different grades on the same
portance have beeh setthsl to the minds unanimous thanks of tlie people iiere for
vices will Ire aa usual.
Evening Prayer ami sermon at 4 p. m. of some at least, and a great deal of in her loyal and effective help. We be frill be better to provide a temporary afternoon, and this will be done next
Hunday Hchool in eels at 3 p. m. B.
lieve the Pastor has not spared himself shed or a kitchen on tbe porch, with
Boatwright, Hupt , L. Maffett, Hec. formation haa been diffused.
: oil stoves or other cooking devices, to Friday, at which time three silver med
One of our neighliors secured a loan: in any sense, but has devoted himself . iiandle this unusual rush and thus
Rev. O. W. Taylor, Rector.
als will be awarded to the contesting
not long ago by giving a cut-throat, faithfully and fully to the work.
allow the housekeeper to have a smaller pupils. This medal contest work is the
mortgage at eight percent with a $50
kitchen during the rest of the year.
work in which Mt. Scott Union takes a
bonus «i<ie<l which he never got, but up- I
Lents hangelkdl Church
The rite of the kitchen, unless a large greater interest than in any other now
pay also 8 percent. '
Hermon by the Pastor, Il a. n*. aud on which he haa
The following magazines are now tak pantry or a storeroom is provided, is before it, and it is hoped that every pa
in Ireland the wretcte l tenants aloug
7 :30 p. m
Hnnday Hchool 9:45 a. tn , C. H. Brad the shore of tlie Irish sea are required to 1 en at the Lenta Library. All except also governed somewhat by tbe amount tron of the Lents school who can pos
the last numlier of each can be taken . of supplies which must he stored. In sibly do so will be present Friday after
Y. P. A. 6:30 p. m. Eva Bischoff, pay $t> and $10 an acre rent for miserable out for one week.
the case of a farm distant from town, noon and witness the exercises. The
sandy sea-shore land which they are'
necessarily must be bought in winning of three medals at this time
Prayer meeting Thursday 8 p. tn.
i eonqs’lled to fcrriliac in order to have it i Century, Child Welfare, Current | bulk and need sufficient storage space.
will make it possible to hold a gold
A cordial welcome to all.
produce ami aa tliey an* too poor to
T. R Hornschucb, Pastor. keep stock they drag k"t*lp bid Of the sea Garden Magaxine, Good Housekeeping, In such cases, it is sometimes wise to medal contest later m the school year.
provide an extra pantry or storage
The meeting of Mt. Scott Union was
for which tliey are also charged, to make Harper's Magizine, Harper’s Weekly,
this week at the home of Mrs.
When I Home Needlework, Independent, Indies’
into potash to put on the land,
ever, especially if it between the Donaldson. Refreshments were served,
MT. Scott Center of Truth.
tliey fail to pay they are I
kitchen and dining room, care should i Mr* H. A. Bougette presided at the
Meeting every Sunday evening at 8:00 thrown out of their wretched hovel* into I’riscllla, National (»eograpliic Magizine.
p. m. Three doors east of H2d Hl., the road The only way for them to OaUog, Outlook, Pacific Poultry Craft, lie used not to make it too large, as a piano and Mr*. Mary Mallet spoke on
long passagewav between these two “Loyalty to the Work and Plans of
Grays Crossing, Portland, Ore.
pay is to get money from friends in I,<,l”>l*r Mechanic«, Readers’ Guide, St.
America while tlie men work in the hay- Nichol**, Scientific American, Sunset, I rooms adds necessarily to the labor of Leader*,” which thought she applied to
I all leaders in all works: having chosen
ing and harvesting fields in England and ^“rvey,
Technical World, World’s
The kitchen, should be so located your leaders be loyal to them. Mrs.
Lents friend’s Church
tlie women knit stockings and other " orL, oulh s Companion.
that it will be especially convenient to Mallet baa been given the medical tem
9:46 a. in. Bible Hchool, Clifford Bar- knit goods.
And yet these cannibal '
the pantry, dining-room, storeroom, perance work in the state. Martha M.
landlords are all orthodox Christians, •t- AH! IHt INVIGORATING WHITT OF cellar and wood shed. At the same Allen, M. D. having charge of the Na
11 :00 a. m Preaching services.
6:25 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
tend church regularly and pay the
»ur p||yr (ORFCTI
time, access to other parts of tbe house tional Department. “The moral aspect
7 :30 p. in. Preaching Hervicee.
preacher protnply for hollering about
• N’L lUnLol.
should be easy from tbe kitchen, al of temperance work," Mrs. Mallet said,
8:00 p. ni. Thursday,
mid-week tlie virgin birth and the proper way to
ck‘ar1’ th® throat an<i head of
though, as the writer points out, it is “first appealed to temperance worker«,
Junior Christian Endeavor meets
unfortunate if the kitchen is made tbe then the financial aspect—the great loss
ger churches and cathedral* with money
and Vigor from the health-giv-
Fri-iay after school.
A cordial welcome to all these ser wrung from wrctcla-d and ruined ing Piney Forests brought back by Dr. principal entry way to the house. She j to the family and to society through the
particularly urges that it be on the | liquor traffic; now the physical side of
Rev. John Riley, Pastor, ,
It is small wonder that they | ; Bell
Pine-Tar-Honey. Antiseptic and
same level with the pantry and dining the question—the injury to the bodily
an* involved in a frightful war but the ! healing. Buy a bottle today.
room, as steps, even if only one or two, structure of the individual—is the ap-
worst misery falls on the poor after ail j Druggists, 25c.
Lents Baptist Church
mean the extra woik of lifting and pediiig phase,’’ the one to which she is
Electric Bitters a Spring Tonic.
bird’s Day. March 28, Bible Hchool
lowering the body up and down them bending her energies. Mrs. Lola G.
9:46 a. m.
many times a day and lead inevitably Baldwin was quoted as saying that the
Morning worship, 11 a. tn.
“ PLEASANT VALLEY
The great need in the city ot Portland today
Elmo llcigbts Hunday School, 2:30
I to greater breakage ot crockery.
All man made machinery runs with bulletin is very specific in condemning is a detention home for intoxicated wom
s--------------------------------------- a wheels.
Yet there Is not a single wheel
B Y P. U., 6:30 p in.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Taylor have re- ! tn the human body. And the human kitchens in basements. It very em en; women who now are put in jail and
Evening worship, 7 :30 p. ni.
turned from a three month's stay at body la the most perfect piece of phatically urges that general traffic then turned out to go and get drunk
A cordial welcome to them* services.
.u the world. ..
J. M. Nelson, Pastor. Detroit, Ore.
It seems •’through the kitchen be reduced as again. With a detention home these
Gus Richey is down from Corvallis and strange that man baa developed me- much •• possible, and especially that women could be retained there until
will spend a couple of weeks visiting chaulcs along all lines but those with it be not made a place where outer their systems are freed from alcohol
Lents M. E. Church
taint and they be given an opportunity
with relatives and friend* here about* which hla own body works. Practically clothing and hats are hung,
The floors, walls and ceilings should to start a better life. Of all horrors, an
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sager of Ix*nG every motion we make Is performed
Preaching 10:45, subject: “Dreadful
Effects of Hin."
visited Hunday afternoon with Mr. by the direct operation of levers, and have a plain surface and be free from intoxicated woman is the most re pel-
living creatures are the only machines cracks, ridges, mouldings, or other lant, and every opportunity to rid socie
Sunday Hchool 9:45.
Sager'* brother, G. N. Sager.
Almost al) these human
Epworth league 6:30.
Mr. and Mrs. T. I*. Campbell motored levers are of one kind, that commonly raised ornaments which catch dust and ty of these abominations should be en
Prayei meeting Thursday 7:45 p m.
The vice-preeident, Mrs.
up to I-atourvll Falls laM Sunday and re called the third. There are three kind* dirt, are difficult to keep clean, and af couraged.
Evangelistic services 7:46.
Special meetings will ls*gin Thursday, port a fine trip.
of levers: (1) that In which tbe ful ford harboring places tor insects. Walls Sommerfeldt, conducted this meeting.
April 1. Tlie speakers that will assist
At a recent meeting of the state
Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Coffman of tants I crum Is between the power and the covered with washable paint or wash
in these meetings an*:
Dts. E. O. El
able wall paper are easier to clean than executive, held in Portland, greetings
dridge, R. E. Smith, 0. C. Rarriek,
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Rogers enter scissors; (2) that in which tbe weight those simply tinted, though the latter were sent Mrs. Lucia Faxon Additon.
Frank L Ixivrland. C. O. McCulough,
or resistance Is between the fulcrum can be readily renewed. Light colors Mrs. Annettie Brown, of Albany, has
T. B. Ford, C. L. Hamilton, and Rev. tained friends from the city Sunday.
J. Stanford Moore, W. H. Hampton
Mrs. E. L. Bort and sons Frank. and tbe power, aa In an oar: (3) that are preferable, greenish grays being de charge of the Institute work in the state
and the local ministry of the church.
In which the power is between the ful sirable if the exposure is toward the and is particularly anxious that every
W. Boyd Misire, Pastor. Florin and Neal, left last Thursday for crum and the weight, as in a pair of
south, and light yellows or creams if local union shall hold at least one insti
Mrs. Bort’s old home in Minnesota.
grass clippers. It is true that each of
Mrs. Frank Stevens and daughter, i these forma of levers is used in me the kitchen gets it light principally tute during the year. If Mt. Hcott does
letter heads, envelopes, cards, bill Miss Laura, visited with friends in the
this, now is tiie time to get busy. Mrs.
chanlca, lm$ no great machine has ever from the northeast.
Of course, tiling or vitrified brick or Sommerfeldt and Mrs. Scott attended
heads, auction notices and posters, Valley Monday.
been built on the purely lever prill-
metallic tiling are better than paint, this executive meeting.
dodgers, announcements, etc, at Mt.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Garrison trans clple.—New York World.
tint, or wall paper, which have to be
At some date soon to be announced a
Hcott Pub. Co., office, Lente.
acted business in <I res ham last Wednes
Gave Napoleon Advice.
re. ewed, bnt these are more expensive. special meeting will be held at the home
Napoleon Boiiapnrte had no more de Where the wails are pair ted, a better of Mrs. McKinley, at which time Prof.
P. L. Riis* has about completed an up
voted and disinterested friend than surface results when a coat is applied Morris, the phrenologist, will give a
to date milk house. Mr. Bliss is build Gaspard Monge, the illustrious acade
every year or two than when several character reading of such subjects as
ing up a splendid dairy herd.
mician and founder of L'Ecole Poly
A final coat may appear before him. This is to be
Will Richey is assembling material on technique. Ou one occaalon he dem coats are applied at once
varnish-is a mother's meeting, mothers being ex
the ground for it new bam which he ex onstrated bls regard by giving the
pects to have ready in time for the new great general some unwelcome advice. desirable for woodwork that needs pected to bring their children with them
Diseases of Women and Children crop that is coming on.
Napoleon announced bls Intention of cleaning frequently. The ceiling may to be examined by the lecturer.
reading a pa|>er to the French Insti lie finished with whitewash or one of
The next meeting of Mt. Scott Union
tute. Monge frankly expressed hla dis the commercial preparations.
will be held at the home of Mrs. E. M.
again changed hands. We have not
Unfinished wooden floors are one of 8cheuerman on April 13th.
Pacific Tabor 3214
Local 2011 learned the new owner’s name nor any approval of the plan.
•'You have not time to write a good
particular* of the transfer other than it paper, and you cannot afford to write the great burdens of the housewife,
they can be kept clean only by frequent
WANTED—A good reliable man or
was a cash sale
a poor one. The eyes of the world are
P. F. Uhlig has invested in a new | upon you. Whatever you write will be scrubbing, and in spite of care shows woman to aolicit subsciptions. Enquire
spots and stains. Soft wood quickly at Herald office.
Ideal” spraying outfit which certainly I severely criticleed."
oes the work in a satisfactory manner. | Napoleon waa aatontabed and Indi*- becomes rough and splintered. Soft
Pleasant Valley Grange meets in an all i Mint at thia plain speaking, but be tot- woods c*a be bettered by the applica
er wrote the paper.
tion of epactal floor paints. Hard woods
day session Haturday. The question for
NOTES OF THE W. C. T. Ü.
DR. JOHN FAWCETT
The Herald $1 per Year
W. J. Jeffrie* is building a new resi
dence at doth street and 57th avenue.
Mrs. Jerque Willi* of Kenton spent
Friday with Miss D. Ethel Woodham
Mr*. Win. Smith of the Rex Arms
apartments spent Wednesday with
friends at Kern Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Bates of New York, en
route to Friaeo, are viaftors of Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Griffith« of 67th atreet.
.Mr». E. J. Howard visited her daught
er at Forest Grove, las* Siturday, visit
ing a college operatta Monday evening.
Rev. Spriggs and wife of the Baptist
Church entertained fourteen guests at
dinner on Wednesday evening of last
Win. Woodham baa been entertaining
hia brother and family ot Long B tach
and awter, Mrs. Mary Spurrell of Wood
Rev. Taylor of St. Paul*a Episcopal
Church of Woodmere was unable to oc
cupy his pulpit Sunday on account of
The Arleta W. C. T. U. will meet at
the home of Mrs. Snider, 4418, 79th
street. Tuesday, March 30. The leader
of the afternoon is Mrs. A’. Spriggs.
A fire at 85th and Powell Valley Sun
day afternoon in a one story, frame barn
belonging to J. D. Small, destroyed
property estimated at $2500.
thought that boys set the fire.
The Ladies Guild of the St. Paul’*
Espiacopal Church at Woodmere meet
every alternate Wednesday afternoon.
On the 20th of thia month it met at the
home of Mr. Harria on 73d avenue and
tied a comfort for the Ladies Home.
A basket social was given at the
Franklin high school on St. Patrick
evening. It was the first basket social
at the school and it proved a great suc-
cess. Over $40 was cleared,
money goes to buy the girls basket ball
A union prayer service will be held
next Tuesday at the U. B. Church, 67th
street and 37th avenve. Mrs. Meyers
Everybody welcome. The
' ‘ Bigger—Better— Busier
The C. E. of the Laurel wood Congre
gational Church are to hold a steriopti-
can lecture and social Friday evening at
Lucky Cottage. AU the young peoples*
organizations of Arleta are asked to at
tend. The C. E. state officers are to be
Department 31 of Kern Park put in a
busy week, just past. A fire at 5622,
65th street destroyed a three room, one
story house belonging to Mrs M.
Compton, a widow with three children,
Saturday evening. The fire was caused
by an over-heated stove. The depart
ment was unable to save it.
The Y. P. B's are planning a moon
light hike for next week. The young
people are doing a good work in Arleta
and we hope that any of the problems
for young people’s amusement could be
laid before us as it is our aim to remedy
The Kern Park Christian Church is
preparing a special Eaater program.
The choir leader has been preparing a
good program for the morning service.
The public is invited to attend. The
church is enjoying good conditions and
the Bible school under the direction of
Mr. Swope is in a prosperous condition.
The R. C. Gollings home at 74th
street and 58th avenue was ruined by
fire at one o’clock Saturday morning.
Building and furniture both went. It
was insured for >2000. No cause for the
fire can be given. The next house west
was also set on tire but was only a par
tial loss. Department 31 wes on the
scene as soon as could be after being
called and did good service as did also
the Volunteers from Grays Crossing and
No Use to Try Io Weir Oil Your Cold
It Will Wnr Yoa Oit listiid
Thousands keep on suffering Cough*
and Colds through neglect and delay.
Why make yourself an easy prey to
serious ailments and epidemics aa the
result of a neglected Cold? Coughs and
Colds sap your strength and vitality un
less checked in the early stages. Dr.
King’s New Discovery is what you need
—the first done helps. Your hear! clears
up, you breathe freely and you feel so
much better. Buy a bottle today and
■tart taking at once.