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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1917)
Will wish to Hee the new crea
tions in SPRING MILLINERY,
and they are well worth seeing.
Each model is a gem in its class.
We ask you to come early
while you have a large number
of patterns from which to choose
Some of the patterns this
Spring are along lines never
before put out, and will excite
The sooner you come the more
EXCLUSIVE your selection.
The Lents Millinery
can be overcome by
DISEASE IS A LACK OR
EXCESS OF FUNCTION
in any part of the body. All func
tion la controlled bv mental impulses
from the brain. Therefore the cauae
of diseaae must lie an interference
with the line of communication lie-
tween the brain and the diseased
Il neceaaarily follows that
the only permanent way to do away
with the diaeaae ia to remove the ob
struction and thua reatore free com
munication. Chiropractors do thia
by adjuding the sub-luxation which
ia causing the obatruction, and ena
ble "Nature" to reatore normal con*
Chiropractic ia a scientific method
of removing the cauae of diaeaae
(acute or chronic; and la baaed up
on a correct knowledge of the brain,
epine, spinal cord and nerves ema
Edison's Opinion : "The doctor of
the tnture will give no medicine,
but will interest Ida patients in the
ears of the human frame, in diet,
and in the cauae and prevention of
Chiropractic removesthe cau se
CALDER 4 ALLEN
YOTT ■ UlLDtNQ
Maude Bleything, si»:reUry, Mias Edna
Bleything; treasurer, Charles Wilson;
organist, Morley Brown, with Misses
Zella fandon and Irma Bager a- assist
ants; critic, Mrs. Minnie Hyde. At the
conclusion of the business session a
On Saturday, April 7th, the Evening I social tine- wax enjoyed and refresh
Russslville Grange met on Saturday
leal, March Slat. There was a very Star, Fairview and Columbia Granges ments served. The League will unite
large attendanoe and an intere»ting ana- will meet in their respective halls. with the young people of tlie Millard
eion. Mr. Boliwerdmau waa elected Senator lewis ia arranging to attend Avenue Presbyterian Church in a sun
delegate to the .Slate Grange, with E each of these chapters at some time rise prayer meeting on Easter morning
during the session.
Gill aa alternate.
T. J. K remi er will tie present at the
Two candidates were initiated in th«
Horne years ago there was a very active
third and fourth degree and nine appli Fairview mwsion.
young men’s clam in the Monday Bchool
cations for membership were received
of the fx-nts Methodist Church. But
and placed on file.
for some time it seems that the interest
Mm. Valeria lienxie, Clackamas County,
A very plcaaing program waa rendered
has lagged until it has been a question
and Mm. A. B. Flint, of Washington
during the lecture hour, A vocal trio
County; secretary-treaanrer, Mrs. Brod- as to whether we hail a class. But
wax given by the llolierg sisters. Ollier
what was known as the old W. N
erson, Washington County; Executive
musical selections included a solo by
Class has now lieen resurrected through a
Committee: Mrs. Dickinson, Clackamas
Esther Banka, also a eolo by Mrs.
meeting which was field at tlie home of
County; Mm. E. A. Niblin, Multnomah
Slianx; an instrumental duel Jby Mrs.
Hubert Bleything on Tuesday evening.
County, Mm. Christensen, Washington
Wickhind and Mm. I). Law la. Miae
Mr. O. V. Badley, from the Sunnyside '
County; Membership Committee: Mrs.
Chriaeler gave a reading which waa
Maggie Johnson, Clackamas County, Methodist Church waa the attraction of
greatly enjoyed. A paper on ‘‘Horti
He gave the boys a
chairman; Publicity Committee: .Mm.
culture" waa read by Clayton Lewis,
which stirred them
Sayler Smith, Multnomah County,
who also led tlie Grange in If*« reeling chairman; Finance Com mitt«-: Mm. with an enthusiasm to do things, after
of a poem dedicated to the Flag, which
which he entertain«! them with a series
Lettie Moore, .Multnomah County,
waa followed by a salute to tlie National
chairman ; Educational: Mm. Elizats-tli of humorous and serious readings, which
MH iowan, Washington County, chair were greatly appreciated. He will be
Thia aeaaion marked tie* charing of a
man; Home Economics Committee: with us again. Officers were elected,
membership contest, Hui losing aide
some plans laid for the future, and we
Mrs. Sai ah Itallea, Clackamas County,
providing a banquet to the victors. A
believe the class will go on.
chairman; Social Committee: Miss
very pretty feature of the banquet waa
Hilda Tlummer, Clackamas County,
the rendering of the Flag song by Mrs.
chairman; Civic Pride: Mm. Nettie
Pollock, which waa enlhiiaiaatically re
Dradle. Clackamas County, chairman.
ceived. Anotle-r pleasing feature waa
Each of the three counties are represent
the presentation of a birthday cake to
ed on each of the committees.
The next meeting of Mt. Bcott Union
the Lecturer, Mrs. Rsy Gill, who was
The attendance has been moat en will be held at the home of Mrs. C. L.
given a toast by Mr. Ia*wia to which
couraging, over 50 being present at the Gesell, Buperintendent of Purity in Lit
Senator I a wit, and T. J. K render of first meeting, rerreaenting 17 grange« of erature and Art, on Tuesday afternoon,
la-uta Grange were present and gave the three counties. The women are very April 17tb.
enthusiastic in the work, la-lieving that
A fine company of interested people
tlie scope of iulerests covered hy the assembled at the home of Mrs. Burgette
work mapped out will make the Club a | on Tuesday afternoon of this week. The
greater factor in the development of the program was in charge of Mrs. Inez
Woman’s Trl-County Club.
The Woman's Tri-County Grange ideals and standards for which the Richardson. Mrs. Sells sang a beauti
Club met st the Centre) Library on Grange stands. Patriotism ia being ful song and Miss Gray again came out
Thursday afternoon of last week, this emphasised, according to tlie demands from Portland, thia time to talk on food
being the second meeting held. Tlie of tlie times.
stuffs and tbeir preparation. Bo charm
The Constitution and By-Laws were ingly and convincingly waa the matter
organisation waa perfected at this
time, the following officers being elected adopted at this meeting. The Club will presented that the social time over the
to aerve for one year: President, Edith meet the third Friday of each month at tea cope was given up to neighborly ex
Tozier Wethered, of Portland; vice- the Library unless especially invited to change of ideas along the came line.
presidents, Mrs. Mary Palmer, of Port meet at some |>oint in Clackamas or
Tbe county executive will meet on
land, representing Multnomah County, Washington Counties.
Monday of next week.
Tbe thrilling and dramatic entrance
of Russia upon the world stage as a re
public is said, by those who have close
The following Easter program will be ly studied the people and the national
rendered by the Bunday school of tbe life of Russia, to be very largely the re
Friends' Church on Bunday morning sult of tbe active propaganda of the
The following program will lie given commencing al 9:45. Tbe topic of the women of Russia. The educated and
by the Bunday school of the Baptist program will be "The Living Lord for noble women of that country have de
Iotin America.” The program in detail voted themselves to tbe cause in a much
Church on Sunday morning:
larger degree than have tbe men. Thou
Hymn, "Soon May the Ijxat Glad Bong follows:
sands of people who have been political
Recitation, "The Easter Story,” Alva Recitation, "Easter Proclaimed," Lois exiles in Biberia are now returning to
Russia and to the freedom for which
Hymn, "Day of Resurrection," Choir. they suffered banishment.
Prsver by tbe Pastor.
Scripture Reading, Superintendent.
among these and the first to set foot up
Hymn, "Joy to the World," School.
on the freed land was Mme. Catherine
Explanation of Bunday School Tour of Prayer, Pastor.
Recitation, "Easter," Lucile Barker.
Breshkovaskaya, known as tbe little
Grandmother of the Russian revolution.
Exercise, "Japanese Ships,” Interme Recitation, "Jesus is Risen," Class 2.
Hymn, "Ring the Joy Bells," Cboir.
She was the daughter of a Russian noble
Exercise, "Easter Lillies," Primary.
and thirty of her seventy years were
"Easter Conversation/’ Two Boys.
spent in banishment in Siberia because
Selection, "He Feedelh His Flock Like Bong, “Awake! Awake! Primary.
Recitation, "Wordsof the Living Ixird,” of her radical ideas, which she boldly
A Shepherd," Cboir.
proclaimed. Those who have looked up
Exercise, “Two ¡.itile Lambs.” Dorothy
Go Ye.” Kenneth Templin.
on the literary works of Tolstoi and
and Buster Stargie.
Recitation, "Bobby's Prsver," Civile Exercise, "lands of the Dead Christ,” other Russian writers as works of fiction
have lieen surprised at the revolution.
Hymn, “Happy Christian Children," Exercise, "Messengers of the Living Tboee who through study or travel
Lord," Senior pupils.
knew them to be faithful transcriptions
"Jesus Shall Reign," Audience. of tbe lives of Russian people foresaw
"The Easter Command.” a Deacon.
Hymn, "Tell Redemption's Wondrous Declamation, "TheChrietof tbe Andes,” and predicted that which has but now
come to pass and believe the great Rus
Exercise,‘‘Our Neighbor, Japan,” Mov Hymn, "There’s a Light Upon the sian masses capable and fit to meet the
stress of tbe new form of government.
ing Pictures, by eight girls.
Prayer, “An Easter Litany,” Choir.
The Paris of Asia.
Exercise, "The Cross Hath Triumphed,” Map Talk on Friends' .Missions, Effie
Tokyo, to a much larger degree than j
auy American city and eveu more than
Hymn, "Christ for Japan We Sing," Offering for Foreign Missions.
Hymn, "let the Christ That is Living Parts or Londou, is tbe center of the
Reign Over All," Cboir.
life of the nation. Here tbe universi
The morning service will be largely a
Benediction, Assistant 8u|>erintendent. ties draw students from every prov
service of song. Several Easter anthems
At 11 ;00 o’clock the pastor will preach ince. Here is being fought out tbe bat
and solos will be rendered by the choir.
an Fester Missionary sermon. Mr. tle for democracy and freedom from a
Mr. Leede, who recently exposed tbe
McClure will sing "Calvary," and the military bureaucracy. Here industrial
trickery of slate-reading, levitation, rap
choir will render the anthem, "Spring ism is raising its many headed body
ping and the like before the general
Blooming in my Heart.” There will be and threatening destruction of tbe race.
ministers* conference of Portland, will
an offering for foreign missions. Mr. Here Is rite center from which one
exhibit tbe same st the lauta Baptist
McClure will preach in the evening and must study the movements of tbe ori
Church on Friday evening. A free-will
there will be special music by tbe choir. ent.—Christian Herald.
offering will be taken.
Tbe Woman's Missionary Society will
“Dad” is the English of “papa.”
meet on Tuesday next at tbe home of
Mrs. Myra B. Smith, »2nd St., near “Dad” and “daddy" were well known
Gilbert Road. Mrs. E. R. Templin will in the sixteenth century. “Papa" did
The Bunday school will present their
have charge of the program. The topics ust come in. borrowed from abroad, ;
Easter program st Id o’clock. The spe
to be considered will be the “Organisa until tbe seventeenth century was well
cial musical features will include three
tion of the English Church Missionary advanced.
selections hy a girls' chorus of 25 voices,
Florio at about tbe end of the for
Society," "Early English and American
all of the girls being members of one
Friends Missions" and "Early Meth mer century defined tbe Italian “papa" 1
Sunday school class. They will sing the
odist Misssions,” the latter to be pre as “the first word that children are
following three selections: "The Coro
sented by Mrs. F. M. Jasper, of the taught to call their father, as ours say
nation,” "On the Resurrection Morn Methodist Church.
dad, daddle or bab." "Dad" seems to
ing" and "Wonderful Words of Life.”
be the commoner to mankind of tbe
There will lie a number of Easter reci
two. Nausieaa in the "Odyssey" calls
tations and the life of Christ will be
her father “pappa phlle" (dear papal,
sketch«! as follows: "Birth and Child
but Greek bad “tata" also, and Welsh
A special Easter program is lieing has "tat" and Irish has “daid.”—Lon
hood," Fay Hornschuch; "Ministry,"
H. R. Scheuerman; "Crucifixion,” planned for Easter morning. The choir don Chronicle.
Maud Strack; "Resurrectionand Ascen will render ni»e*-ial music for Ixith morn
Rubber a Tree Gives.
ing mid evening services. Sermon for
sion,” A. E. Myer.
A rubber tree in full maturity pro
The regular church service will be the morning service will lie: “The duces from three to five pounds of rub
held at 11 o’clock. "The Easter 5ies- -leResurected Christ on a Blood Stained ber a year. Usually about 100 trees
sage” will be the topic of the morning World”; in the evening: "The Inspira are planted to tbe acre. Time was
sermon. The Girls’ Chorus will furnish tion of the Resurrection.”
when Brazil waa the crude rubber cen
The monthly business meeting of the
the music for the morning service.
ter of the world, but today the planta
The Y. P. A. will hold their service Epworth League was held on Monday tions of the far east are producing
on Sunday at 6:30 a. m. Tnis will take evening at the home of Miss Irma Sager. four times as much rubber as the for
There was a very large attendance and
the place of their afternoon service.
ests of the Amazon.
an interesting meeting. This was the
The Junior Y. P. A. will meet at 5
annual meeting, the following officers
The Woman of It.
o’clock p. tn. as usual.
were elected to serve during the coming
Mrs. Newedd— What do you find in
At 7 :30 in the evening a chorus of 30 year:
President, Luxelle Kearney; that stupid old paper to Interest you?
voices will present Fillmore's Easter First vice-president, Berry Ott; Second Newedd—I was Just glancing at the
vice-president, Mam Lona Crandall; money market. Mrs. N —Oh, do they
The Ladies’ Aid are meeting at the Third vice-president, Mies Roselle have a money market? Are there ever
church today in an all-day session.
Wilkerson; Fourth vice-president, Mrs. any bargains?—Boston Transcript.
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