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Appreciating the Past ((
FOOD FOR THE CHILD—FROM 6 I
TO 13 YEARS
VOL XX, No 23
Robert Matherson of Milwaukie is
By Margery M. Smith,
Mrs. Dr. Boardman is having her employed at the Twentieth Century
Nutrition specialist, extension serv fine home calcimined and renovated grocery store.
ice, Oregon Agricultural college.
throughout, although others thought
Bernard Eastman was a Lenta
“In these days of frantic, almost
it fine as it was.
fanatic search for reform in letters discipline of a reasonable authority
Fruit, cereal (whole grains), w!?h
as well as in world politics, writes that guided, but did not limit too
School Director Woodward will
Mrs. Clark, whose new house
John M. 8. Allison in the North much hie wanderings. The middle milk; toast or stale bread, butter,
burned a few months ago, now has speak tomorrow afternoon at the
American Review for April,” one is age man was our intellectual as well in cereal coffee; egg, not necessary another residence about completed Lent’s grange hall upon the necessity
so concerned with present day prob as our physical progenitor. But with
every day for healthy children who Her friends wish her better luck in of the voters of the school district
lems as to be inclined to neglect the the callousness of youth we deny nut eat plenty of cereal, bread, butter, the future.
passing the tax levy at the school
past ami to go even farther, and will worth. In our pride st having in milk and fruit.
eleciton June 17.
Mrs. Sweet, who formerly con-,
fully neglect it.”
Major and Mrs. Worden (Mrs. Frick)
ducted a store with her hunband, now
Prefacing an article on “Mediaeval- movies and phonographs, we have for
are it. their home, near the Mount
deceased, is astonishing her friends
1st and Modernist” with this state gotten that the mediaevalist has ac or poultry or an egg, potato
Scott Park cemetery. Mrs. Worden
ment, which involves a serious charge, complished a more fundamental work or macaroni, root or leaf or other by recuperating from her third stroke . entertained Misses Hollis Michaels and
of paralysis, and surprised and i
Ladle» Aid of the Lanta M. E. Dr. Allison, assistant professor of for us. He it was who defined the green vegetable; or a vegetable com
Ethel M. Carter at luncheon Satur
pleased her friend, Mrs. Adah Conine, day.
church will hold a fancy work and history at Yale university, not onl) basic principles of construction, who bination, baked potato, creamed car
apron bazaar at 5814 92<1 st, next condemns those who seek to break transmitted principles of learning, rots, buttered spinach, or chowder of
recently. We all hope that she will i A HeraM visitor Wednesday was
of poetry and of free government.
The Herald office, this afternoon and with the past, but also offers an in
Miss Mary Henthome, Arleta branch
chopped vegetables and milk, bread continue to improve.
evening. Ice cream and cake will be teresting apologia (if such were
at least the God whom three quarters
It is encouraging to hear of one
23-lt needed) for the much maligned mid
Mrs. Pearl Simmons is giving card
cooked, or in salad; puddings, cereal,
dle ages. And in doing this, Mr. of the Christian world know as God custard, cookies, simple cakes, gin more store being built in this dis reading at her home, «009 Eighty
O’Connor Branches Out
Allison does not mince words. He today. The mediaevalfst did not in gerbread, milk or flavored milk to trict, near Sweet’s old store location, sixth street Southeast, after 10 A. M„
D. J. O’Connor plana to spend a charges that the felly of ignoring or vent theae things, as seme would like drink, especially if not used in other by a young couple who have recently or by appointment. Phone 624-66. 23 3t
good deal of his time hereafter in • neglecting the past and looking only to say, but he received them from an dishes.
built a residence.
towntown real estate office, but will to the future has led to just as earlier generation that was fast dis-
AULETA LIBRARY NOTES
Considerable building is con tern- '
Will Re Examined fur Citiresiahip continue to keep open his branch grievous aberrations in the field of appearing. Unlike us, he acknowl one; vegetables and milk, soup or
plated. Mr. and Mrs. Bowman and
The following books recenly have
office hero. F. R. Fenton will con science and jetters as it has in that edged the sources of his own history chowder, creamed, scalloped; cocoa. grown son are going to build a home
been received at the Arleta library:
Mrs Honuru A. Mooney, formerly solidate his office with Mr. O’Con
this summer on their lots on Fifty
"The Apple Tree” (Bailey).
of Ireland, but now of l^nts; Ernest nor's, here, and will move zfrom his and Dadaism. Ultra-modernism, he edged his debt to the peat. These breads; egg, cheese, nut, meat, vege sixth avenue, between Ninety-ninth I
Reinhold Geruch, an ex-service man
Arctic expedition of 1913-18 (Bartlett
whoae birthplace was Germany, who •ncond street on Woodstock avenue, mil has led us “to commit many with long and tedious labor, and he cookies, gingerbread, custard, etc.; is finished.
now reside« at 9749 Sixty-seventh to O’Connor’a office at the corner of errorts of judgment and frequent acts gave us the fruits of his efforts. All milk, fruit juice, wster, to drink.
of them we enjoy today, but many of
The grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs
“Edge of the Jungle” (Beebe).
•venue, and Franz T. Carleton, 5319 Ninety-second and Woodstock avenue. of intellectual dishonesty.”
Sheappard on 100th street, near
Of theae acta of dishonesty "the them we seek to destroy. And as
The Latest Thing,” all about look
Ninety sixth street, native of Sweden,
The evening meal should be lights
most blasphemous, he writes,” has to their origins, we callously ignore than the noon meal. Milk, egg, cereal, Fifty-fourth street, have a bad case ing literary, clothes and the woman,
will I m > examined in the near future
Katskys Laavaa Lent«
of whooping cough.
been the habit of calling the middle them.”
legs, foreigners and other enliven
•s to their qualifications for citizen
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Katzky and chil
Mr. Allison's contentions are valu fruit and vegetable dishes may be I
the “dark ages.” Yet, “without
used, as in the following example: I The curfew hour is not heeded by
dren, Baby, Alice and Gertrude, left
the middle ages you and I would not able for two reason», ft>r the fact that Milk vegetable soup, com bread and parents near Fifty-fifth avenue,
“Amateur Radiq,” gives instruc
via automobile Sunday morning for
ba here, our universities would be he is endeavoring to have justice done batter, oatmeal cookies, stewed children of all ages are allowed to tions for the operation of receiving
Robsons Improve Store
their home near lx>a Angeles. Mr. and
things unknown, our Gothic struc the middle ages, and for the lesson
I play until 10 o’clock; often to the ac sets (Grainger).
Mr and Mia. Robson, who run Ihr Mrs. Fred Katzky and Mr. and Mrs. tures would be unconstructed and our he seeks to impress—that it is folly prunes, milk to drink.
“Radio Phone Receiving” (Hous-
grocery store at Ninety-second street Leo Katzky and children left yester- fundamental principles of liberty to ignore the past, on whose should
By the time a child is 6 years old reading impossible, or sleeping until |
and Fnrty-vighth avenue, have been day to visit in I xm Angeles the next would be without foundstion. After ers we stand. It is highly interest
“Radio for Everybody,” describes
working very early and late recently.
nil, it was the middle ages that gave ing, moreover, to note that he repeats tablished so that during the rest of
radie broadcasting and gives dia
In the improvement of their place.
us theae, and it is the very antithesis the truth that without the middle his growing period he will be eating 1« Herald's Mentone Correspondent grams
of the necessary
Opens Hemstitching Parlors
For that matter they keep their
of the middle sges that would de ages “our fundamental principles of plenty of foods essential for growth.
•tore open day in and day out, month
Mildred V. Short. 9220 Fifty-third stroy them.”
liberty would be without foundation."
. J v Conine,
‘ Builders’ Plan Book” (Home).
His food will be wisely chosen from avenue, is The Herald’s correspondent !
In and month out, but more recently avenue, has installed a hemstitching
It is true, the Yale historian tells
“Faults of Childhood and Youth,”
•ven the late night and early morn machine at her home and is doing us, “the middle age« meant groping
Why are men taught to step off vegetables, all available kinds, large and subscription and advertising explains various traita, and suggesta
Ing ace» them at work. They have work for Mount Scott housewives.
in darkness, but it was not the grop with the left foot first? We in sll available kinds, fresh, dried and solicitor for the Mentone district.
how they should be dealt wih
variably kick the eat with the right
painted, renovated, cleaned, added
ing of a man alone,, for the media- one.
superior equipment until the store is
ST. PETER’S CATHOLIC CHURCH
whole grain cereals in breakfast mush,
epic and «pan
LENTS SCHOOL NOTES
Making for Health
Albert Howard, who says he is n
Before You Marry
breads and puddings; milk, at least a
Last Sunday the church celebrated
Syrian, reported to the police June 1
THE TANGLED SKEIN
Some 8A pupils names, which
the anniversary of her establishment,
that he had been robbed of $254.85 careful study of the amount of rheu
that is, that the young men who make one a day; meat or fish (not essen 2000 years ago. Today her children abould have been on the honor roll
Thursday night by two men who held matism (rheumstic fever) in the great
‘My dear child,’* said the Angel- him up after he had alighted from a Bellevue hospital in New York, and the best sons and brothtfrs will also tial), may be eaten once a day; fat, are more numerous and loyal than at f°r
month, were overlooked. They
e ho attends-to-things, 'why are you late street car at Anabel station. He found less than a third as much per make the best husbands. And young especially butter and cream and any time during the expanse of cen- are: L*ll**n Eatchel, Genevieve Kidd,
bacon, but in moderate quantities;
Crj ing so very hard ?’’
. Scheuerman, Erie Davis, ___
said he had been dickering to buy a thousand of the hospital population men may be equally sure that those sugar and sweets—a limited amount tunes.
'Oh, dear! oh. dear!” said the child. horse, but found the animal not suited as there was IS years ago. What’s
Next Sunday the collection for the !ar^ Easley, Harold Campbell, Will-
girls who are the best daughters and may be given at the end of the mid
“No on« ever had such a dreadful to his need«. The money, he »aid, he tho answer?
Holy Father will be taken up in the j *am Limbach, Carlton Richter,
sisters will also, as a rule, be the best day meal; water, at least four glasses
time before, I do believe, and it all carried in a money belt. One of the
Tuesday morning Miss Carter took
church. The Holy See is the
The only reasonable one in sight is
com*« of trying to be good. Oh, dear! bandit« poked a gun into his ribs and school dental clinics and adenoid wives. If a young man. before he is a day. Water is best taken just be foundation stone and the center of pictures of her girls of her class
I wish I were bad; then I should not another ripped off the belt and rifled clinics, cleaning up these little pockets married, is destitute of those affec
... unity of the Catholic church, «quiring ready for their domestic science work
prepared as in thoroughly
have all this trouble.”
his pockets, he said.
of matter about the roots of the teeth, tions and principles which come out cooked breakfM? cereals’; ¡¡¡¿roughly Iit8 P°wer «Mwrtly from Jesus Christ, “nd the boys ready for their manual
“Yes, you Mould,” said the Angel,
on the gums, in the tonsils and in the in filial obedience, courtesy and a con cooked bread, crisp toast, very few Thia collection is a free-will offering training.
“a great deal worse. Now tell me
M E Ladies Bazaar
nose and throat, where the rheuma trolling sense of duty, he will be hot breads; simple cereal puddings. comlng from the generous hearts of, Monday, June 12, in the afemoon
what ia the matter!”
and evening, an exhibit of the chil
The Methodist Episcopal Ladies’ tism germs are hatched until they are equally destitute of them after he is Vegetables, not overcooked, served Catholics all over the world.
'Look!” said the child. “Mother
dren's school work, especially that
Aid society will hold a bazaar at 5311 strong and vicious enough to get into married. The mere fact of wedlock plain with butter or creamed, in
gnve me this skein to wind, and I
Ninety-second street, next to The the blood and march to attack the
chowders and soups or in simple ' 1 their first communion next Sunday done in domestic science and in
promised to do it. But then father
joints, the muscles, the kidneys, and will not change the fundamental prin salads. Fruit, raw or cooked, fresh I at the 8 o’clock mass. The good ladies manual training, will be held at the
Herald office, today and tonight.
•ent me on nn errand, and it was al
ciples of his nature. He will be es or dry; served plain or with cream or^ with .Mrs. Grassens, as chief chef, will school. Special programs will be
the heart valves.
most school time, and I was studying
Meat or food of any kind has noth sentially the same human being after in simple salads; cooked in the break serve a tasty breakfast.
given and then will be at least
Poet and Ladies Are Thankful
my lesson and going on the errand
ing to do with rheumatism, and very his marriage—or at least after the fast cereal, dried chopped dates, J W. J. Boland has been offered man one speaker — perhaps a member
•nd winding the skein, all at the same
little with gout.
gingerbreads, plain: agement of the Standard Oil station of the school board. Some of the
honeymoon—that he was before. The prunes, etc.;
time, and now 1 have got all tangled Wilson post. No. 38, Grand Army of
cake; roasted, now under construction at Estacada. boys will give demonstrations of their
same principles hold true with regard
up in the wool, ami I cannot walk
Speaking of the cripples, with tub
She who is selfish and broiled, baked or stewed meat, or fish.1 His many friends are hoping he won’t actual shop work, and the girls will
cither furward ur back, and, uh! dear Juno 3, ii rising vote of thanks was erculosis have gone two-thirds of to women.
Carefully eaten at three regular accept, as he is somewhat of an in serve some of their delicious cookery
given Woodmere and lents schools
vain and idle and deceitful as a girl
ma, what ever shall I do?”
1 to the guests. We trust al! friends of
for the very patriotic entertainment childhood joint diseases, hip-joint dis will be pretty apt to be the curse of meals (with only bread and butter stitution around here.
“Sit down!” aaid the ungel.
ease, “white swelling of the ance,’
I the school w ill attend at least one
“But it is •chool-limel” said tilo they gave the post and Ladies of the spinal disease, and humped and the man who marries her.—The Uni >r milk between meals, except an oc-1 Mrs. H. Cla^ is recovering from
of these sessions.
an attack of pneumonia. The chil- i
crooked backs of all sorts. When you
time enough to eat slowly and chew dren of J. W. Holmes have recovered
Can You Understand “Eaeiey?"
“Sit down!" said the angvl; •nd forward to those days with a great
see a cripple on the street now it
food well; in a quiet, happy state of from the same malady.
World's Deepest Wells
We took a trip into room 16 the
he took the child by her shoulders deal of interest and pleasure. The fairly makes you jump and raises
other day and while there began won
rising vote also was extended to the
In order of depth the four deepest mind to aid digestion.
•nd set her down.
Mrs. F. Roentz is rapidly recuperat
the question at once: “Whose fault?”
A good breakfast starts the day
dering about some of the pupils. We
wells in the world are known as the
“Now ait still," he said, nn<r ne be Mount Scott Cemetery association for
ing from a protracted attack of Du. j
Another reason why there is vast
wondered when it began to rain, if
gan patiently to wind up the skein furnishing the bus to take those who ly more health than unhealth is our Lake, near Fairmont, W. Va., 7579 right. Only children who eat sub
a‘ Tar°ma- James Long to be back in school. If
feet; the Goff, near Clarksburg, stantial breakfasts should be allawad I „
It waa badly tangled ami knotted decorated the comrades' grave« at
Her sister and brother-in-law are she were angry would Irene Bang
superb and abundant supply of food.
•bout the child's hands and feet; it Mount Scott cemetery, and all who Never in the world before was our W. Va., 7386; a well at Cxuchow,Ger to go to school.
meanwhile keeping her mother com the door? Does Matilda Batsch?
many, 7318, and the Geary, near Mc
Was a wonder she could move at all,
food so pure, so wholesome, so nour
school child needs depends upon his pany.
Could you influence Millard Easley ?
but at last it waa all clear, ami the decorated the graves in Multnomah ishing, so abundantly varied the year Donald, Pa., 7248.
If Lillian Misled a word would Gene
cemetery. These accommodations are
angel hamied her the ball.
The two deepest wells in the world age, size and activity, A well child I DR. EDWARD J. KANE DEAD
may be given all the plain food he
vieve Kidd her? If the class had a
“I thank you so very much-” aaid thankfully received by the Grand
All the chattering Randar Log talk
I poor lesson would Catherine Payne ?
the child. “I was not naughty, was 1 ?” Army of the Republic, whose steps about our food being shorn of its the Goff, the former surpassing 1 the wants to eat at meal time if his three
Following an illness of one week,
“Not naughty, but foolish, but that become more feeble each year. The strength, by stripping, whitening, and German well by the large margin I of meals a day are regular with no food
The following pupils received E in
between meals except bread or milk. Dr. Edward J. Kane died Thursday all their major subjects last month:
does jual as much harm sometimes.” post and ladies thank Rev. Mr. Smith
Too little food or poorly chosen
“But I was doing the right things.” for the eloquent sermon he gave the
Room 5, Mary Tomisini; room 13,
by the board. Everyone with the
food during the period under 16 years i street, at the age of 38 years.
G. A. R memorial Sunday, May 28.
•aid the child.
Lawrence Chapman; room 15, Miles
may result jn stunted growth.
RY ORDER OF THE POST,
“But you ware doing them in the
Wart; room 16, Carrie Bohna;
has known these ten years past that
John Walrod, Com.
wrong way!” aaid the angel. “It ia
room 17, Lucille Trenary, Shirley
the nitrogen which is screened out of means using such intelligence in the
j is survived by his widow and one
Visiting From South Dskots
good to do an errand, and it ia good
Barker; room 18, Antoinette I-arsen,
bread in making wheat flour white is spending of one’s income that first the
and daughter, Mary Jane, and by his
to go to school, but whea you have
Montavilla Starts Organization
Blair, Florence Lundgren,
mere husks, absolutely indigestible in necessities and then those desires Axcline Johnson of Wessington, S. D., parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. X. Kane of
• skein to wind you must ait still.”— * A large number of the live ones of the human stomach, resembling, in which are moat worth while are ob
Elizabeth Orton; room 19, Ell*
are visiting Miss Daugherty’s aunt, Williamsport, Pa. His mother, ac
Laura E. Richards,
Wahters; room 20, Glenn Blair; room
Montavilla gathered at the home of fact, the stuff with which another am tained.
Mrs. L. Gates, and Mr. Gates, at companied by an aunt, Mrs. James E.
The successful budget is the one Ninety-second and Forty-ninth ave I Logue, arrived in Portland before Dr. 2, Edna B rugger, Lucia Lombard,
I Dr. Dutton Wednesday evening and ateur food reformer, the Prodigal Son,
Rose Marie Kearns, Ernest Brown.
Rouge Ruins the Campjfxion
organized a club for the purpose of was fain to fill his belly.
which neglects none of the physical nue. They will be in Portland during j Kane's death.
The 8B girls, under the supervision
The hue and cry of the different necessities, gives none of them an un the summer. Wednesday Mr. and
Girl» who use rouge and powder
Dr. Kane was graduated from the
will, m later life, be compelled to they think they are entitled. The prophets of devitalized bread, of due portion of the whole, and pro Mrs. Gates and Misses Daugherty I University of Oregon medical school of Miss Hart, domestic science teacher,
___ _ as the
__ meeting waa very enthusiastic and starving America, has dropped away vides maximum amount of oppor and Johnson left for the Mount Hood ’ in the class of 1907, was engaged in served a delicious luncheon Monday,
June 5, for the mothers, Mrs. Chick,
e omen of the orient do, if they do' much good ia expected to be done, sadly, partly for the reason that near tunity for the development of the country on a fishing trip.
the general practice of medicine and
not wish to be described as “frightful,
I was a physician for the O.-W. R. A N. teacher of the class, and Mr. Thaxter.
Satisfaction with the results of our i ST. ANTHONY’S PARISH NOTES 1 He was a member of the county and Miss Carter, of room 16, and Mr.
fat and forty.” Dr. William L. Love the same lack of recognition from Collier’s.
spending will come only when we feel
of Brooklyn stated in an address on the city council as we sre experienc
j state medical societies and of the Pieper, manual training teacher, also
Next Thursday evening in the ; staff of St. Vincent's hospital. His w'ere invited. The first course was
that a fair proportion of our desires
Hundredth Wedding Anniversary
•kin disesaas at thè annuel confer- ing here—principally the lack of
candlestick salad; second, cream tuna
ence of thè Homéopathie Medicai ao- necessary police protection.
MK and Mrs. Angus Mackenzie are have been gratified. The quickest way Grange hall, Lents, the people of St. fraternal affiliations included mem
and biscuits and coffee; third, apricot
ciety of thè state of New York, In
bership in the Knights of Columbus,
Will Open Battery Station Next Week reported as just having celebrated the ning our spending, keeping our main party and dance.
; whip and cake. Florence Mary Plum
New York city, last week.
100th anniversary of their wedding in purpose always in view.
mer, Nona Cook, Gladys Allen and
Masses on Sundays during the sum bernians.
Herbert Orton and Jack Pitzer,
“We practicing physicians cannot
The husband is 122 and
Elnora WilkiriSon' were serving girls
The family which is saving for a mer will be at 7:30 and 9:30 o’clock.
fail to view with alarm the increas former employes of Axel Kildahl,
During the war Dr. Kana served upstairs while Aleen and Anita Henry
ing use of cosmetics by our young Lant’s Garage, will open the Red Top the wife 119 years of age. If the home will spend for other things with
! overseas with the 363d ambulance
had charge downstairs where the food
girts, not only of the genus ’flapper,'i Battery A Electric Service company,
with the rank of captain.
was being prepared. The luncheon
hut others of supposedly good taste.” next week, at Eighty-second and be the connubial record since the times each a goal. The child who is saving I "Sisters,” the well-known story by
Dr. Kane is a brother-in-law of the was a decided succesa.
aaid Dr. Love. “Many a girl has1 Foster Rna4, handling Gould and of Noah and Methuselah. It must be for a bicycle will find it comparative Kathleen Norris, which was run
already ruined her complexion by Multnomah hattarw«. Mr. Orton lives quite an experience for a woman to ly easy to deny himself an ice-cream serially in The Herald last year, has editor of The Herald.
The funeral will be held from St.
People who tell jokes should re -
these things. Wa tremble to think at 8901 Fifty-third avenue and Mr. live with • Scotch husband for 100 cone. But the home and the bicycle, been picturized by the International
She would learn all about •re obtained more quickly if all Film Service company and will be Andrew's church, Saturday morning frain from laughing at them. It Is
what many of the members of the ' fitter at 640? Eighty-seventh street yehrs.
growing feneration will look like when Roth are well knosrn in the Mount thrift, at any rate.—San Francisco •pending is done with the home or, shown at the Rivoli, beginning Satur at 10 o’clock. Interment will be in rather embarrassing to be the onlp
Mount Scott Park cemetery.
bicycle in mind.—Citizen.
they reach 40."
one to let out a squawk.
C. O. Hofer has leased to F. R.
Fenton, reprv.enling the lamt'a Busi-
nosa Men’s club, a ten-acre tract of
land at HMth street and Forty-fifth
•Venue, to Im used by the club as a
free automobile camping grounds. The
lease calls for a year's free rental
with an option by the chib to pur
chase for S7000, The finance com
mittee of the club which will seek
Uie money to have electricity wired
to the grounds, water metered, and
other improvements marie for which
donated labor cannot be obtained la
composed of Messrs. O'Connor, Wise
•nd IxinAerg. The grounds com
mittee. which will take charge of the
laying out of the camp, is composer!
of Messrs. Fenton, Wing and Wiley.
The advertising committee, which
will tend to the placing of signs along
highways lauding into Portland is
made up of Messrs. Kildahl, Donald
son and Dr Hess.
The Roso Show competition com-
mittee fur the Ariel« district is as
follows: Mrs. Mary L. Fishburn, 4620
Seventy-first street; Mrs. P. F. Mor
ion, 4105 Sixty-third street; Mias '
Steele, 6716 Forty-fourth street.
Those interested may leave their
names st th« Arleta library, or notify
any member of the committee. A
silver trophy will be awarded the dis
trict receiving the highest number of