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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1MI.
i:i)iTi;i) iiy moil
NKW HTVDKMTH ItlOtllHTIill
Monday morning, Jnnunry 24, bo
Rnn tlio second sonientor nt K. C. If. H,
A fow slight changes In tho rtnlly
schndulo woro mnno necessary by tlio
interline nt (i niiw froshmnn clnss,
Thi) iiiaiiiliorx of tlio ntuilont body
Join In extending it hourly welcome
to ouch nnil ovory ono of tlioHo now
HttiilmilH, both f roalimori mill upper
flu nit limn, ,
'riiomi unrolled urn: ICnrl Dutiim,
Henley IiIrIi hcIiooI; Hliindlcu Mnr
tin, Fort Klniiinth; Arvulln Mb
Imrtl, 1'otlatcli, lilulio; Iilu Wuslmnro
Inml, Ciihii (Irauilo, Arlzomi; Mil
ilrml Klnsoy, I'nsiidiinn, Oil; Inox
Jenkins, llumilu Lucas, Den Whip
pin, Ltirlllii Hhormnn, Florence
Ilrnilloy, Vorifon Francis, Howard
Ilniiilinr, Vnlo KrnnrlM, Howard
Hlirlver, (InorKi) Carr, Lntirn llolll
tiny, mill 1'uiil Musgrnvo, Klnmntli
thi: saddest tiii.no
Llko broad without tlio sprcudln,'
Llko pudding without tlio nance;
Mko n mattroM without stuffln,'
Tho thins you want to know about wood la this.
What wood will giro mo tho most heat for tho least money!
Our ton yoara oxporlonco In thcfuol business ha taught ui that
SLAB-WOOD IS CHEAPEST
Phono In your ordors wo promlio quick sorvlco
O. Peyton & Co.
"WOOD TO BURN"
OHOAIl PEYTON WIMiAItD PEYTON
419 Main St.
;. "SERVES YOU RIGHT "&
The Club Cafe
That popular place on Sixth street,
Just off Main
"SERVES YOU RIGHT "K
If the Wood Dealer
Wo do not Mil current J wo kII let-vice. That cound odd
Well, auppoio tho wood dealer sold scrvico lmtcad of wood, be
would tend to your furnace anil your range, tako nwy the nihe
and clean the flue. You would buy o much beat.
Now you buy so much light, although you pay according to tho
current you consume. Hut tho servlco Is performed for you by tills
company at the substations and power plants.
That Is what we want to give you efficient service. It Is the
aim of tills company to have nono but satisfied customers. No
matter what It Is, If you have a grievance, or are dissatisfied about
your bill or do not understand our rates, please como lu and see
us or write us about It.
If yon liave any suggestions to make, we will gladly avail our
selves of them as our aim la constantly to Improvo our service to
you as fast as the development of sclenoo and human ability permit.
Mko a curt without n hnftn;
Mko a itoor without it Intch-strlng,
Mk n fonco without u Mile,
Mko it dry ntiil barren crook-bod,
In tlio fnco without u smllo.
Mko a liousu without ft doorynrd,
Mko u yard without n flower,
Mko u clock without a malnsprlngi
That will nnvor toll tint hour;
A thltiK Unit ntwnyn mnkon you fool
A Hhiiddor nil tho whllo
Tho nmlilcHt thing thnt ovor wan,
In tho fnco without a Hinllo.
Nolo! It senilis thnt dosllny linn
wllloil thnt IrvInK McCnll ho n pool.
Mo wrltod two or thruo ovory week
nnil flnitii no difficulty In mi iIoIiik.
Now Is Puzzling
Tho Biology class In high school In
studying nhout tho grunt biologist,
Chnrle Darwin, nnil Iilu theory of
orolutlnn. Home of tho students roa-
son thai ho olthor didn't bollovo
In tho Illblo or olso wanted to maka
something hnrd out of tho creation
of man. If a man enmo from n mon-
koy, whoro did tho monkoy como
from n coll? Then whoro did tho
coll como from? Hurnly nil things
munt hnvo had u beginning some
tlmo, A hcnCed argumont ensued; soma
of tho students Inking tho ntnnd t
Chnrlo Dnrwln, and others tlio op
poHlto, Tho dohnto heenmo moro
hunted nnd ntiil no ono won convlnc
od, At Inst, thn holl rang for dlsmlssul
puttfng it stop to nil argument. ,
After nil linn ovolullon boon prov
ed, iih claimed Iiy Darwin? And If
It linn, what Hnflafntclou doon any
one derive from knowing that Iilu
nucustors woro brainless monkoys7
HUTU I)K LAP
Uollovlng that an honor society
has a placo In high school llfo and
also believing that students, who can
do honor work, should bo recogniz
ed and bo allowed certain plrvllogos,
that other students should not ro
cilvu; tho faculty of tho high school
organized tho "AAA Club" of Kla
math County High School.
To bo aide to become member
of tho "AAA Club" or tho "Throo A
Club" as It Is called ono must muko
nil A grado In thruo studies. To ob
tain an A grado ono must make an
uvarago far tlio six weeks of botweeu
90 and 100 por cent. To obtain an
A grado fur tho somostor ono must
mako an average of 90 to 100 pur
cent for tho term.
In orgnnlzlug this club, tho fac
ulty put tho standard at three A's
but wuru most agreeably surprlsud
to find that ono student received
five A's and a number four A's.
Tho throo A pooplo aro given n
half day holiday during each six
wooks period and aro allowed to do
general reading In tbo library.
The threo A members aro plan
ning ono of two picnics and hikes
as soon as tbo weather permits. These
trips will bo taken whllo tboso stu
dents that aro not members of tho
club stay nt school and study, may
bo In an effort to become eligible
for membership In tbo "AAA Club."
Iiy making an A grado In throo or
moro subjoclft docs not allow ono to
boconio a permanent momber of tbo
club but tho student must do as good
work tbo next six weeks porlod or
ho Is dropped from tho club. When
ono has maflt, an A grado In threo or
moro subjects for tho term ho be
comes n regular member of tho club
for tbo whole of tho next torm.
Tho first six weeks period the
club ha dclght four A mombors and
1C threo A mombors. Tho second
six weeks porlod tho club had tite
flvo A mombor, 16 tour A members
and 30 throo A members. Tho third
six weeks porlod the the following
wero ahlo to boconio mombors of tho
Threo A's Vor Lost Six Weeks
Flvo A's Dorothy McAboy.
Four A's Francos Honzlk, Hazol
Connors, Katherlno Upp, Helen
Wlrtz, Jo Upp, Frances Humphroy,
Holland Cantrall, Weaver Solomon,
Uornlco Hector, Lotha Miller, John
Kuykondall, Wendell Smith, Dcrtha
I'oltz, Kva Cox, Homer Huber, Oor
trade Cofor, Lorona Colson.
Threo A's Clatus Morcdlth, Rol
land Watt, Martin Adams, Eva DM
lard, Hutli Delap, Alma Lnwronco,
Mario Talbot, Vera Thompson, James
Drlatow, William Clark, Irving Mo
duli, Itebocca Humphrey, Ilesslo Tilll,
Con 8 ton co Crystal, Waive With row',
Martha Upp, Pansy Robertson, Cnrllo
North, Mildred I.owla, Until Norton,
Esther Whshburn, Esther Calkins,
Mnrgarot Johnson, Anna Collins.
Tho following have qualtflod ns
mombors of tho regular "AAA
Club" by mnklng an A grado In
throo or moro subjects for tho somos
tor ending January 21, 1921.
Threo A'iiFor Semester
Flvo A's Ilernlco Hector.
Four A's francos Honzlk-, Hazel
Connors, Knthorlno Upp, Holen
Wlrtz, Francos Humphrey, James
Urlstows William Clark, Holland
Cantrall, Weaver Solomon, Lehla
Miller, John Kuykendall, Wondoll
Smith, Dorothy McAboy, Bertha
Poltz, Eva Cox, Bessie Hotchkln, Lor
ona Colson, HJomer Huber.
Throo A's Clatus Morodtth, Mar
tin Adams, Eva Dlllard, Alma
Lawrenco, M. Talbot, V. Thompson,
M. Smldl, It, Humphroy, Bessie
Tull, Laurel Camp, Ruby E. Smith,
Norma Adams, Constance Crystal,
Martha Upp, Pansy Robertson, Carllq
North, Mildred Lowls, Gortrudo Cofor.
Mrs. Belle De Graf
Domestic Science Director Hporry flour Co.
HOW TO PREPARE NOURISHING
SOUPS WITHOUT STOCKS
Houps without stock Includo all
cream soups, chowdors and purees.
This typn of soup Is both substan
tial and nourishing, and Is served at
luncheon or whoro tho moat to fol
low In not hearty. Or cream soups
may ho nerved for Informal dinners
to furnish a suhstuntlnl dish so that
tlio dlnnor Ituolf will not requlra so
generous an amount of tho moro ex'
poiislvo meat or meat substltuto.
Theso cream soups nnd chowders aro
both popular and very easily made
Tho foundation of a cream soup Is
a thin whlto sauco; cooked vcgot
ablo pulp or purco Is added for
flavor. Tho caroful housowiro will
plan In ndvanco to cook sufficient
vegetable nt a provlous meal to pro-
paro thoKo soups. Many times left
over vegetables nro Improved by
further cooking, slnco In order to
mnko really good cream soup tho
vegetables should bo so soft that
they will easily pass through a sieve
or purco strainer. Howovor, In mak
ing cream of asparagus soup, very
llttlo of tho pulp can bo rubbed
through a sieve as it Is too fibrous.
Tho outer leaves of colery, tbo
tough end of nsparagus, tho dis
carded leaves of lcttuso, will-all glvo
sufficient flavor to make a dollcato
appotlzlng cream soup. Vcgotablcs
that would othorwlso bo thrown
away may bo utilized In this man
ner. It wou(d not bo wise to servo
cream of celery soup and colery In
nny other form at tho samo meal;
but If kopt In a cool place cooked
vegotahlo may bo kept ovor ono or
two days beforo making them Into
soup. Tho soup will bo moro satis
factory If tbo loftovcr cookod veg
etables aro cooked In water nbout
1C minutes, or until soft onough to
rub through a slevo, salted and
poured Into a glass Jar and covorod
closely. When posslblo uso tho liquor
In which tho vegetables wero cooked,
together with milk when making tho
foundation croam sauco, as It adds
moro flavor. Strictly speaking, cream
soups should contain only sifted veg
etables, meats or fish, but aro moro
substantia! It a part of tbo ingredi
ents used aro chopped very tlno and
added to tho soup. When using
canned vegetables for making soups,
tho liquor should bo discarded when
ever possible, as It usually Imparts
a "canned" taste not at all palata
ble Tho exceptions would bo corn
and tomatoes. All cream soups aro
Improved it a small quantity of
whipped cream Is added Just beforo
serving, or a teaspoon of tho whip
ped cream may bo usod as a garnish.
When proparlng cream soups tho
vegetables should bo sifted, heated,
etc., beforo making tho whlto sauco.
Tbo sauco should bo mado Just bo
fore serving tlmo and then the two
Ingredients combined. Cream soups
will not curdlo It mado by this meth
od. It cream soups nro allowed to
stand, they aro apt to separate, so
should not be mado until roqulred.
Purees aro usually mado of veget
ables such as drlod beans, dried peas
or potatoes. Tho drlod vegetables
are first soaked ovor night, then
simmered In wator until tender;
drain, reserving liquid, rub pulp
through a slovo and then slightly
thicken with butter or butter substi
tute, creamed with an equal quan
tity of flour. .
A purco should bo about as thick
as a cream soup before thickening
Is added, tboreforo but llttlo thick
ening Is needed; but tho puroowlll
soparate if no thlckonlng is used,
Blsquos aro mado of fish, usually
shell .fish. Tboy havo ns a base a
thin cream sauco. Clams, oysters
or dtcod lobstor or crab aro adde'd
to a cream sauco and tho wholo is
Chowders aro very substantial and
aro almost a moat In thoniBolves
when accompanied with broad and
buttor. Chowdors mako a vory sat
isfactory lunchoon or supper dish.
Nice Juicy KrsKr Cut From ,
Three-year-old Steers at These Prices, DELIVERED
Loin .' . . 25c
Roasts . . . .18c and 22c
Boil ..... 13c and 15c
Call FRANCIS HANNON Phone 253 J
Foundation Ilcclo for Cream Houps
Two cups milk.
Two tablespoons butter or butter
Two tablespoons flour.
Ono cup sifted vegetable.
Two cups liquid In which vegot
nblo was cookod.
Salt and popper.
Molt butter, add flour and blend
well; cook until frothy, then add
cold milk. Stir constantly until
somowhat thickened and creamy,
Add Hoasonlngs. A pinch of maco
adds a very pleasing flavor. Heat
tho slftod vcgotablo and liquid, then
comhlno mixture All milk may be
Cream of Tomato Soup
Two cups milk.
Two tablespoons butter or substi
tute. Two tablespoons flour.
Two cups strained tomato.
Ono-fourtb teaspoon soda.
Salt and pepper.
Prepare tbo whlto sauco as given
In tho foundation rcclpo. Heat to
matoes and add soda. Combine hot
mlxturo but do not cook.
Two cups clams or fish.
Two cups raw potatoes cut In dlco.
One-fourth cup salt pork, cut In
Ono onion sliced.
Two cups milk.
Ono tablcspoonful butter or sub
Ono tablespoon flour.
Put salt pork In a pan and heat
slowly to extract tho fat; add sllcod
onion and cook until a rolden
brown. Add two cups of boiling
water to tbo potatoes and cook flvo
minutes, add tbo salt pork and
onions to tho potatoes, and simmer
until tho potatoes aro tender but not
brokon. Mako a white sauco of tho
milk, flour buttor. Combine mix
tures, season and add clam or fish.
Cook flvo minutes. Add crackers,
split and cut In quarters. Strained
tomatoes mar replaco the milk If
Ono cup cannod corn.
Two cups raw potatoes cut in
One-fourth cup salt pork cut in
Ono onion sliced.
Two cups milk.
Ono tablespoon butter or butter
Salt and popper.
Put salt pork In a saucepan and
The Rex Cafe
SUNDAY SPECIAL DINNER
Crab Flake Cocktail
Cream of Chicken Royale
Cold Slaw French Dressing
Chicken -Fricassee a la Peasant
Supreme of Chicken Patties Relno
Club Steak Grilled, Marrow Bordelalse
Cream Whipped Potatoes
String Beans Lyonnalso
Chocolato Blanc Mange
Hot Mince Pie Apple Flo
Vanilla Ico Cream
Tea Coffee Milk
cook to oxtract tho fat; add onloa
and cook until golden brown, about
flvo minutes; parboil potatoes 1
boiling wator to covor five minutes;
add to salt pork and onion. Cook
until potatoes aro tender, thon add
corn, milk and seasoning.
Onion nnd Potato Soup
Ono onion, sliced.
Ono cup celory, cut In one-halt
Two cups rnw potatoes, cut in
Two cups milk.
Two cups boiling water.
Two tablospoons buttor or substl
tuto. Two tablespoons flour
Salt and popper.
Melt two tablespoons shortening
and add tho onions and colery; cook
about ten minutes stirring often
Melt butter, add riour, mix woll and
cook until frothy, thon add cold milk;
cook until thick. In tho meantime
parboil tho potatoes In boiling wa
tor about flvo minutes; combine la
grodlonts, season and serve.
One-half cup carrot, finely chop
On-half cup turnip, flnly choppd.
Ono cup celery cut In small pieces.
One cup potato, cut In small cubes
One onion, sliced.
Fpur cups water.
Four tablespoons butter or buttor
One teaspoon chopped parsley.
Salt and pepper.
Preparo vegetables bofore meas
uring. Melt butter, add all vege
tables except potatoes and cook over
a low flro about ten minutes, stir
ring often. Add potatoes and water
and simmer about 40 minutes, or un
til vegetables are tender. Add pars
ley and serve.
Cream of Spinach Hemp
Ono-halt cup cream.
One-half cup water.
One-quarter cup strained spinach.
Salt and pepper.
Cook spinach until very tender and
rub through a stove or puree strain
er; or canned spinach may bo used.
Heat cream and water; add strained
spinach, season and serve at once.
ItKLIKK FOR MOTHERS
BERLIN, Jan. 10. (By mall) i
Berlin and other cities to raise
money for tbo relief of children and
indigent mothers, of whom it U
said the American Friends Service
Tag days" havo been Instituted la
committee (Quakers) alone aro feed
ing 694,000 dally. In Berlin the
Quakers are Issuing rations dally to
150,000 mothers and children. The
number Is rsported Increasing as
tho winter advances.
Akron boxing clubs have reduced
their admission prices.
We oil all our boys hi top shoes
free of charge, Bradley-Evans Shoe