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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 16, 1920)
Of- PLAIN AND DOTTED VOILE
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A ii Oregon fniuily of four t»««t
$I<MI <i niniitli Io get rlong on Ll
III I*, but hud grown into a fain
llv of ten with only $15 it month
ilK'cniic ill Il>20, how in tile world
would it live ?
If You Yourself Were
could you carry on the work <»f
the College, l'niver»ity mid Nor
nml on the »nme Ntnte support a»
You Could Not.
Ncitfier cali lili- State
A grillili« nd
and lite Normnl Scllool ilo il.
Will you noi Help tlx .«• tlirre
invtltiitions lo continue (lo ir iim
fui and prediteti r< wprk for Ore
goti by vntjng on May 21 for th<
liigln r EducntriloMril ridici iiicn
When Ton Want to Move
/00 per cent UNION
Il ere I» u pretty bloiine muti«* In sur-
pllc^Kiylr, of pialli nn<l «tolteli volle.
The dotte<| volle la Irought ubout thè
wulat lo forni u twialiMt giriti«. Tliree-
«luurter letigtli »Icevea of tiie pialli ma
terial are nnl»lie<t vi itti «cani flouncea
< ut In polliti!, maite <>f thè «l«»tt«fl gooda.
Tilt« lilo'iie I h Dot ut all dlflk'Ult to
iiiuke nmj »uggì aia Iho cuuiblnntlon of
"liort lengiti» of material tliat coutil
no< <>therwi«> be u«e<t.
CHARMING FROCK OF TAFFETA
9436 Foster Rd. Lents, Ore. <
«Mau wis* aw «a» m mm m « ««« «ris w «•; *
Tnffeta I m made up in many charm
ng wujh till» season und one of them
appear» In the quaint frock pictured
.... ——«Mtt-w.*--"’' ll <*|M>n» nt the front over a cheuilactt«
of lu«'e. that tei-uilrmiea In u jxilnt be
low tlx- walat and line elbow sleeve»
finished with blind» of velvet ribbon.
Moving . . ■
Velvet band on the vklrt and girdle
and a bow anil ent!» of narrow ribbon
ROSE CITY VAN
The One-Way Charge Company -
OUTDOOR ORESS OF GINGHAM
*222 Footer Rd
N. Peek—Here I urn, with my
Dose m the grlmlstone. ns I have
la-ca for years am! years!
Mrs. N. Peck- Hull! You ought
to be glad that the grindstone
don't bust on you. us grindstones
Yreat It as Ore.
We’ll nut believe wliiit we lire told
Ity tiny man upon the stump.
Smelt wliat he »ay», save till
Ttieu throw the tattings on the
Conductor of the Portland
I love the summer, when ’tie cold. In
apr!n« I like* the fall;
The summer. In the winter tin»«. I love
the moat of all.
I love to snowbill folka In June, and coast
through warm July.
(n January, o’er the stream l*d cast the
In ’mid Dseemhar I*d go forth and pluck
the daiatvd dell—
I strotixly hop- that heaven won’t give me
a yehrn for theather place*
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4,000 YEARS AGO TODAY
WOOD AND COAL
This is about the time of year whan Fancy
(T h inous foul!)
Goes etr.»> li.< ‘round the < dcea of some
minnow muddied pool;
One hears the fro4s <0 ’’GulHwump*’’ or
tell you H'S "knee deep’*—
Thia vision will ffrow atronser as the sea
sons on anrd cre*p.
Hut when tie spring and we have had a
heated day or two.
That same f« ol Fan< y will bring back a
snowy day to view!
Grund, a Abie B-ndar i. laid up
w'th * badly ipr.xrd tail, the result
of a narrow e.cape from a fall from
the family (coconut) tree.
Mr«. Jocko Howler ia viaiting
friend, at Monkton. She reporta the
broad fruit . rop a bumper.—From
the Simianeille Review.
See Us For . . .
Tab. 1424 l)«l
Mu>» lldlle Murice. thè pretty blonde
»ciré»» la one of thè nioat popular
Idola of thè American “movie” atage.
Some lime ago Sin pilneil mudi fame
l ecnit'-c of n ’’»1« e ’ .;f tweuly .K—k»
III allieti «he fueed a batter) of
Call Tabor 7707
(150 voire») vocal teacher.
Portland, Tillford lluilding
Phunc Bwd 2777
WE I) NEH DA YS
I* n. i t. to 3 p. in.
Over th« Herald Office
JOSEPH A. FINLEY
THE PROVOKING ANSWERER.
We Clean by High Prcmire
Stci in Systems
Free Belli cry neTnbor *39(1
All Work Giiarnnlt'i'd
5*25 Foster Rd. Portland,Orc
Itea. 2116 60th Avnnuo 9L01t J®q«X
Htaml Phuiie Main 734
Rprlng fashions have their try-out»
nt the winter resorts and that 1» where
new glnghnin Crocks with lints to
match, made their appearance on the
afreet» mid nt the beachM. Thcxe out-
Ilia prov<Ml no plan «lug that they will
he worn all Rummer. The »ninller
check» and plaid» look beat In them.
SMART SILHOUTTE FOR SUITS
J. 8. MUlrr, Prop.
Plano and Furniture Moving
Baggage and Kxproaa ■
Dally Trip» to Mt. H«ott and Lontu
Agent tor Hock Hpilnga and
Stand: First and Tnyl««r
“WI h > flares," th. ranting speaker cried,
“dispute the thing» I »ay tonlghtf
A quiet votes al once replied: "Well, tail
us who ft la—I'll bite!"
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DAY OF KNOWLEDGE NEAR
• It Is only about a nioath, now, till
the hopeful candidate with a book
containing tha list of names of those
who have prom’.ed to vote for Mm
can look over the same list and count
bow many liars there are in Me town*
ship, county or ward.
A public sh|>enker is like a turr-
key. Th’ longer tit takes 'tn t’
git done th' more thoroughly he's
Mt. Scott Transfer Co.
Gall on the Herald
When in need any kind of
Printed ^Stationery such as
In fact we are prepared to
do anything that is to be
done in a print shop.
Now Open for Business
Nothing but Quality Meats. No
matter |what: your wants ''may be
in the meat line we can meet
them~always with'quality meats
Fruits and Vegetables
All Local Proteotant C bure boo Co-oper
ating In Movement Will Be
for tllghrr E j I ucm Iloti In <kfrf«»n* 014 l'It
Furti a n 4
Fuster Road, near 92nd Street
TO SHOW RESULT» OP »URVEY»
: and Express Auto Truck
'i'll«- Stille I'llivclMilly, till
I'liltUrnl Colli-gi , mid Illi' (irrgo i
Normal. In I9III they liml 2350
»Indent*; now they hove 5*00.
And $1 in l!*m 1« only a* good
n» 15 cento today, In |>uridmdn.t
Ad ter liM'liH-nt iiisrrtrfl bjr
to Send Big “Team”
That Is the Case With
TO BE HOD IN APRIL
Nothing more unusual tbnn dark
blue serge and large hone buttom
make the ault sb >wn above. With
these reliable mean» tt Hchtevae mud:
sinnrtni MR by adopting u |> qmlnf »11
honetto for tqirlng. The skirt l»»tnilghi
th< co»t flares below the ivnlRt llm
and i«>tH clone to the figure above II.
Early I d April the Interchurch World
Movement will hold Ita conference In
this county. RepreoontatfrU are now
being selected by the local Protoatant
Churches of denominations associated
with the movement, and from present
reports the attendance at the confer
ence will number well Into the hun
dreds. In addition to the rttpresenta-
tlves selected by the churches, the
conference will be open to all church
members and friendly citizens who
wish to attend.
The meeting place probably will be
the county seat, and the attendance
will be composed of the membership
of the Protestant churches of the
The conferences will last one day
only. During that day will be present
ed the whole program of the In tar
church World Movement for promot'ng
co-operation In missionary and genera!
church activities among the Protestant
churches. Time will also be given to
discussion of the local problems re
vealed by the Interchurch Movement's
survey of religious conditions through
out the United States.
This county conference will be just
one of the 2000-odd to be held through
out the United States on approximate
ly the came dates.
No Sidestepping of Problems.
It will be, It is said, a very exoap-
tlonal county that does not hear some
more or less unpalatable truths con
cerning unchurched areas, or wasteful
competition, or underpaid and ab
sentee preachers. Not many counties.
It Is stated, are able to show an aver
age ministerial salary higher than the
average for the whole United States,
which is 1937. while barely one-third
of the entire Protestant population of
the United States, according to esti
mates made by the Interchurch survey,
has an opportunity for regular church
Besides a full consideration of local
problems, the program at the county
conference will present the outstand
ing results of the world wide survey of
religious, social and economic condi
tions made by the Interchurch Move
ment. the material for which has been
gathered from every corner of the
earth. Special emphasis will also be
laid on the place of prayer in Christian
life, the Importance of asalating young
people In the right choice of their life
work and the duty of laying aside a
definite proportion of income for re
ligious purposes. Lantern slides will
be freely used to Illustrate the various
The conference will be managed by
local commlttaea, and the various top
ics under discussion will be handled by
a team of from five to eight men and
women, recognised as church leaders
in the county or state. This teem, in
addition to tha local meetings, will be
responsible for conducting the confer
ences in seven other countiea.
Bl» Educational Campaign Prepared.
This series of conferences repre
sents only an intermediate stage In a
great campaign of intensive education
tn practical Christianity preparatory to
the united appeal for missionary funds
and workers which wiH be held by the
Protestant denominations co-operating
In the Interchurch Movement between
April 25 and May 1. The members of
the teem thst will address the county
conference were themeelvee trained as
a ''faculty” of specialists in the various
aspects of the Movement at a aeries
of state and pastors' conferences. Sim
ilarly, those who attend the county
conference will In turn form a "fac
ulty" for interpreting the message of
the Interchurch Movement to their lo
Thus It Is expeoted that before April
20 the ideal of church co-operation ad
vocated by the Interchurch World
Movement, in place of church com
petition, and the program of evangel
ixatlon that gees .with it, will be fa
miliar to every one of the fifty million
Protestants in the United States.
EXTENSIVE SLIDE EQUIPMENT
TO BE USED IN CONFERENCE
Interchurch World officers having In
charge the conference which will be
held tn this county early In April de
clare the local church workera excep
tionally fortunate, aa the atereopticon
slides and other epparatua ueed in the
State l’astor»' Conference In Oregon
have been left for uee in the county
conference. The slldea In particular
are aaid to be exceptionally Interest
ing, covering very completely the re
sults of the world wide survey made
by the Interchurch World Movement,
ae well as Illustrating condition*
throughout the United Statee.
Slides to Illustrate hymns which
were used in the State Pastors’ Con
ference by the New York ’’team” also
have beeu left for uae of the county
conference. All in all, it la said that
the equipment afforded for thia county
will equal that used at any of the
operator with highgrade lantern equip
agent will accompany the team.
W'e want toffserve you
Phone: Tabor 1450
A FEW SLIGHTLY USED
S Three 32x4£non-skid, each $20.00 ■
■ Two 32x4 plain, each - - 17.00 ■
■ Two 30x3 plain, each - -
i 5820 92nd St, Lents
Phone: Lent 2 0 11 ;