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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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PORTLAND, May 21. A. potltlon
urging that Ilia United 8tntos (aka
tho Initiatory stops In calling nn In
ternational conference looking to
wards disarmament of alt nation
has been sont to 1'rosldont Harding
by!tho Social Workors' .association of
jlAKEK, May 21. Tho govern
ment's Blacker list for Haker county
contains 20 name: Thus far tho
legionnaires havo boon ablo to locato
four errors In tho list.
8ALHM, May 21. Heavy artillery
i units of the Oregon national guard
began moving today towards tho
coast dofenso forts nt' tho mouth of
tho Columbia river for Instruction In
handling tho big guns nt Fort Stev
ens, according to reports received nt
tho offices of AdJutant-Oener.it
PENDLETON, May 31. Pendle
ton club women havo been making
extensive, preparations for tho enter
tainment of delegates to tho 21st an
nual convention of tho Oregon Fed
eration of Women's clubs, which will
conveno hero May 31 and continue
through Friday morning. Juno 3.
ST. HELEN8, May 21. Duo to
tho warrno strike, tho Deer Island
Logg company closed Its camp 12
miles west of Deer Island, throwing
ItiOmcn out of work. Tho camp had
been running about two months and
was' handling about 1GO.O00 feet of
logs a day. Lack of ships has result
ed tn Its boom being completely fl
cdl Secretary- C, E, Clappcrton of the
company said tho camp, would remain
closed until after July 4 and might
not resumo until September.
PORTLAND, May 21. Tho Loyal
Legion of Loggars and Lumbermen
will Irauo a stamp carrying four L's
In the mlddlo and nbovo and below
It tho words "8 hours' wwk." which
may bo used by nil concerns In tho or
gnnlxatlon to stamp their product.
A resolution approving this label was
adopted at tho meeting of tho execu
tive board nt Hotel Portland.
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Domestic Sclrnco Director Bpcrry Flour Co.
Frozen Desserts Acceptable at Any
Season Make Them At
No changes will t made In this
column unless the copy Is at The
Evening Herald office by G o'clook
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SACRED HEART CHURCH, cor. Of
Eighth and High, Rev. Hugh J. Mar
shall. Rev. J. V. Molloy.
a. m. children's service, Adults
arc requested not to attend this
10:30, high mass and sermon.
7:00 p. m., rosary and benediction.
CHRISTIAN SCEENCK society of
Klamath Falls hold' services In the
lower room ot too Library building
corner ot Third and Main streets,
very Sunday morning at 11 o'clook
and every Wednesday evening at 8
Tho Sunday school session is from
0:45 to 10:45 ovory Sunday morn
.The subiect for Sunday Is: "Soul
Tho free reading room and free
leading; library is open from 3:30 to
4:80 on Tuesdays. Thursdays and
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, corner
Washington and Eighth.
Sunday school at 10:00 a. m.;
preaching service at 11 a. m.; B. T.
P. V. at 6:30 p. m. The Rev. ,8. B.
Milam will preach ever Sunday
evening at 7:30 until farther notice.
. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH'
corner Sixth and Pine streets. Rev.
Arthur Rice, minister,,
CHRISTIAN CHURCH, corner 9 th
and Pine streets, C. F. Trimble, pas
tor, 2107 Wantland Ave. Phone
289-R., lV 'J '
LUTHERAN CHURCH Services
at Moose Hall at 10:30 a. m. each
'Luthonaa eorviceB at Algoma Mon
day at 8 P. M.
METHODIST KPISOQPAIi CHURCH
Tenth and High, Ker. 8. J. Ghaney,
pastor, 1005 High St, Phone 537-W.
EMMANUEL BAPTIST.. Church
Eleventh and High streets, Rev. 'J.
II? Dickson, pastor; 1112 High St.
Bible school at 9:45. Beulah Jar
vis, Superintendent? Classes for all.
Morning worship at 11 A. M.
Subject of the sermon, "Why Wo
Call tho Bible tho Word of God."
Evening service at 8 P. M. A llvo
song service. .
Subject of tho evonlng's discourse,
ppannal and Relative Religion."
' Prayer meeting Thursday evening 'salt for the freezing process,
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at. 8 y.
At any season of tho year fro
zen desserts aro acceptable. Most
houBOwlves depend upon tho con
fectioner to supply their Ices and
lea creamB, although It Is aulto u
simple matter, to proparo them at
home. The troublo of making thorn
Is no greater .than that ot making
any dessert equally nir-nttractlvo
and palatable; and the question ot
oxpenso is small as compared with
the prices charged by the best cator
ors, and no more 'than any dish re
quiring the same amount of ccjgs,
milk or cream.
For example, a plain, Ico crenra
Is n frozen custard or Just plain
table cream sweetened, flovercd
and frozen. With a good Ico cream
freezer, either ice cream or water
ice may be made quickly, and bos
tho advantage over hot desserts
In that they rcqulro no attention
nt dinner time. Parfaits and mouss
es rcqulro no stirring whllo freez
ing, and this class of frozen cream
la one ot tbo best of tho frozen
Ire Creams and Water
Ice creams and water ices may
be classified as follews: Philadel
phia ice cream is a thin cream,
sweetened, flavored and frozen;
French Ico creams aro custards of
different docrccs of richness fro
zen; parfaits and mousses aro
whipped crdam, with or without
oggs, and frozen without stirring;
water ices are frozen fruits Juices,
sweetened with a sugnr syrup, with
a little gelatlno added to glvo body
to tho. Ice and to keep It from melt
tine when served. Sberbcrt Is a
water Ico with liquor mixed -with
them beforo or after thoy aro fro
zen. Unlosd tho cream Is to bo
whipped It should bo scaldod, oth
erwise tho frozen cream will havo
a raw tasto. Tho scalding should
be dono In a double bollor and sim
ply allow tho cream to heat
through; If It Is boiled or cooked
too long the cream will not increase
in quantity when frozen.
Increase In Bulk
All frozen mixtures increaso in
bulk during .freezing, bo nover fill
the can over two-thirds full. It is
an economy of tlmo and Ico to
chill the mixture before freezing.
Tho texture of Ices Is much better
when not frozen too quickly. Ono
measure ot rock salt to throe meas
ures of flnoly crushed ico aro tho
proportions to use for mixtures to
be stirred while freezing. The ico
should bo pounded in a coarso sack
and should be almost as fine as the
bo drained off and the Ico broken
In small lumps which wilt not melt
qulcly, and very little salt Is re
quired. Creams nnd Ices ripen or become
blended by standing, so thoy should
bo .mnda somo timo beforo serving.
Water Ices aro tho simplest form
of frozen desserts. Thoy aro Inox
pcQlve, nnd aro easily made. The
sugar and water should always bo
boiled to a thick syrup, otherwlso
tho Ico' will havo a raw taste and a
For Preparing Syrup
For making tho syrup, boll ono
quart o( water and two cups ot su
gar about fifteen minutes, -when it
should bo reduced to two cups.
Cool and add the. fruit Julco of
ono lemon to help bring out the
flavor of tho fruit.
Tho accompanying rcclpoa aro all
tho housowlfo will requlro for water
ico or Ico cream .The properties
may be increased and difficult in
gredients used, but tho foundation
principles will remain the samo.
MAKE CHAUTAUQUA WEEK
YOUR VACATION WEEK
Chautaaua is a veritable Festival of Music, The
Lowell Patton Company, featuring Lucile Collette,
- distinguished French violinist, presents two concerts on
the third day. Then there is the Mary Adel Hays
Grand Opera Singers in two notable concerts on thelast
day; The Alexander Trio; The Liberty Belles and The
Stone-Platt-Bragers Trio. Ten concerts in all certain
ly the music alone is worth far more than the cost of
the season ticket.
Many notable people appear on the Chautauqua
lecture staff this season. Dr. Robert Parker Miles,
great journalist and interviewer of celebrities is one of
the head-lines. E. B. Fish, editor of "Labor and Indus
try, is another. Add to these names those of Dean Ell
wood C. Perisho, former President of the State Col
lege of South Dakota; Chief Strongheart, Indian lec
turer and entertainer; Dr. E. L. House, prominent au
thor and psychologist, and Virgil I. Shepherd.
An outstanding entertainment event is scheduled for the
fourth night in a big play production presented by The Keighley
New York Players with an all-professional cast. Two other enter
tainment features of note rest in the coming of Winifred Windus,
a reader who ranks at the top in her profession, and Electro Piatt,
a New York monologist and entertainer who is without an equal
on the Chautaqua platform.
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A Rcmilutlon Declaring the Intention
, of tho City of Klamath Fmlln, Oro
gon, to Change the Clrade at the
In(rNccUon of fiovmtli Street and
Walnut Avenue from Elevation
1 in to Elevation 148.
MIIRrmAR. It In ilnnmnd pxrwuHnnt
to chango tho presont grado at tho I
Intorsoctton of Seventh Streot and
Walnut Avenue from elevation 140 to.
elovatlon 148, I
BK IT RESOLVED, That the Com
mon Council hereby doclares Its In-1
tontlon to chango the grado at tho I
Intersection of Soventh Street and
Walnut Avenuo from elevation 146
to olovatlon 148.
STATE OF OnEOON. )
County-of Klamath, )sa.
City of Klamath Falls, )
I, A. L. Leavltt, Police Judge ot
said city abovo montlonod, do hereby
cortlfy that tho forogolng is a duly
enrolled ropy of tho resolution passe'd
by tbo Common Council on tbo 10th
dny of May, 1921.
A. L. LEAVITT,
17-27 Pollco Judge.
by declares Its Intention to Improvo
said portions of Jefferson street.
Fifth street and Lincoln street In
nccordanco with said plans, specifi
cations nnd estimates; said improve
ment to "consist of paving said por
tions of Jefferson strqet, Fifth streot
nnd Lincoln street with Concrcto,
Wllllto or Bltullthlc. Tho estimated
cost or tho improvement ot said por
tions ot eaid streets, including inter
sections, by, placing thereon olthor
Concrotc, Bltullthlc or Wlllltc, or
othor hard surfaco pavemont to bo
$21170.35, said cost Including grad
ing, rolling, curbing nnd cement
AND BE IT FUnTHHn RESOLV
ED, by the Common Council that tho
following described property bo nnd
Is hereby declared benefitted by said
Tho City Engineer pursuant to- the
Resolution ot the Common Council
horetoforo adopted, having under
dato or th'o 2nd day ot April, 1921,
filed plans, specifications and esti
mates of the cost ot improving Jeff
erson street .from Third streot to
Fifth stroet, Fifth streot from Jeffer
son streot to Lincoln street, and from
Fifth street to Sixth street on Lin
coln street, Including Intersections;
and the Common Council having ta
ken the same under advisement and
finding said plans, specifications and
IT IS HEREBY nESOLVED, That
said plans, specifications and esti
mates for the improvement of the
aforesaid streets, including intersec
tions, bo and tho same aro boroby
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED, That the Common Council here-
POPULAR SPACIOUS LOBBY
At the Center of
BROADWAY nt STARK ST.
Wo suggest yov wrlto, phono
or wire for reservations
Arthur H. Meyers, Manager
Improvement, to-wlt: Lots 6, 4, 3, 2,
1, Block 48, Lots 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 Block
41. Lots 6, 4. 3, 2, 1 Block 47, Lots
0, 7. 8, 9, 10 Block 4,2, Lots 6, 4 and
westorlr half of Lot 3 In Block 40,
Lota 5, 0, 4, 7, and tho westerly half
of Lots 3 and 8 In Block 43, l.ots 1
and 2 and tho oastorly naif of Lot 3
In Block 42, Lota 1 nnd 2 In Block
43, Lots 1, 10, 2, 9 and easterly half
of Lots 3 and 8 In Block 30, and Lots
0, 7, 8, 9, 10 in Block 35; nil In First
Addition to tho City ot Klamath
Falls, Oregon; and that snld property
abovo listed nnd doscribed bo and
horoby Is declared to bo oiwossod for
tho expense of said Improvement.
AND BE IT FUItTnBIl RESOLV
ED, That Monday, tho G'th day ot
June, 1921, nt the hour of 8 o'clock
P. M at tho Council Chambers nt
tho City Hall, bo fixed as tho time
and place for tho hearing of objec
tions and remonstrances against tho
said proposed Improvement and the
Police Judgo is herebr directed to
causo notlco of said h coring to be
published as by Charter provided.
STATE OF OIIEOON, )
County of .Klamath, )m.
City of Klamath Falls. )
I, A. L. Ieavltt, Pollco Judge of
tho City of Klamath Falls, Oregon,
do hereby cortlfy that tho foregoing
Is a duly enrolled copy of a resolu
tion adopted by tho Common Conncll
on tbo 9th day of May, 1921, de
claring its intention to improve Jtf
forson street from Third stroet to
Fifth streot, Fifth street from Jeffer
son street to Lincoln streot and Lin
coln street from Fifth streot to Sixth
stroet, Including intersections, and
approving tho plans, specifications
and ostlmatoa of costs submitted by
tho City Engineer.
A. L. LEAVITT.
12-23 Police Judge.
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018 Mala St.
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