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LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1922
VOL. XX, No 15
On Tuesday morning of last week,
PLAN NEW FOURTH
U. B. CHURCH
Winds of dawn with incense freight-
Church services at the regular time
Marshall Joffre wore excused from
Sunday evening, 7:30. The Easter
Whispering soft through Cedron’s
The allocation of funds for United school, provided they could attend the
prograin will begin at 10:30 n m.,
Shiloh circle Not 19
Brethren church enlargement just parade accompanied by their parents.
' after a short Sunday school session,
Over grim heights of Calvary loom
By B. W. Ostiom.
«•nd of fh® wire of t’x coil to a and will continue through the church
made, insur»« the beginning of the Owing to the uncertain weather, the
The following article is written for binding post or screw on the end of
, Morning burns a crimson trail
comprehendv® building program for school did not attend as a body.
Onward reaching to a garden
the coil and connect this to yterr
Portland church»«. Th« flrat activi
The Christian Endeavor society will
Steeped in silent, odorous gloom,
Lents school gave two moving pic han tried to eliminate as many tech aerial. ■
ties on this Una will be for Fourth
have their monthly business meeting December 30.
CluStral lilies stately bending
Ben Shutae is now working in Th/ ^^1 a yawninjI-tomb.
Now tor th® detector you will need and. social Friday evening in th* an
church in the Tremont district Th®
present tasagalow-typc building and March 31. and evening. Several school average person with a few ordinary a "bulldog” paper clip and two bind nex. All the committees will be ex- Herald composing rom.
tools ran build and operate the set ing posts and a piece of spring
Mrs. G. A. Tusaey has been helping Sudden throb of hurried footfall
lot will bn »old and th® church has songs arid playa were given. In addi
' pectod to bring in their yearly re
with good suecros.
out with rush work in The Herald Down the flower bordered way,
phosphor bronze wire for a cat ports.
purchase«! two lota about a block from tion to the regular program Mias Alli
Then a vision fair advancing
First, procure a piece of cardboard whisker or feeler, and, of course, a
Tremont station for the new church son's banjo solos added greatly to the
The Quaker maidens spent ■ .pleas
._ ________ _ f .
Through the roaeal glow of day;
IJke * Btart the b£wn mirt vie’ihBg
piece of galena or Silicon crystal. ant evenihg at the home of the pastor
site and a lot and house adjacent for success of the entertainment. Thu
her sweet eyes’ tearful gaze,
Tuesday. The occasion was a fare-
Rev. II. Rosa Evans
M. W. Mahoney, Fifty-second and While her hair in wondrous glory
la the new. pastor at thia church, hav of raising money to finish paying for jack box wilt do), and shellac it well of the coil with a piece of the "cat ■ well meeting for their former teacher, Powell Valley road, was out of the! Sweeps, a glinting, golden haze,
ing come recently from the Bible in the moving picture machine which the to keep it from absorbing moisture. whisker” or phosphor bronze wire Mias Ezelle.
house Weifnesday for the first time
Then get 100 feet of number 20, under the jamb nut. Now drill a
The following Easter program will in six weeks. He had been confined, Kneeling bowed in grief’s abandon,
stitute at lx>s Angelas to take up thia school has been purchasing, After double
j On the stone her tear-laved brow,—
work. Several other church«« «utd the machine is paid for there will be wind it on this tubing. Shellac the small hole in one end of the "bulldog*! 1 be rendered Sunday at 10:30 a. m.: with an infected right foot.
C. W. Buchanan, 3922 Sixty-ninth Through heart-sobs of anguished
clamp and mount it under the jam Opening song by congregation; de-
parsonage plana are includod in ths room shows free.
whole coil and let dry thoroughly.
nut of another binding post about votions led by> superintendent; song, street, while working for J. F. Shea' yearning
program for building in Portland.
Mouot this coil on two pieces of two inches from the one with the "cat junior choir; recitation. Dalles Reda company in the city Tuesday, ran a Steals a voice: “Why weepest thou?”
A league garni' was played with
wood, 6x6x H inches, that is one piece whisker". Now connect a piece of way, Ethel Littlefield; song, choir; nail through his foot. aHe is limpin« Eyes with worlds of sorrow freighted
Arie to on the Arleta baseball grounds
around on a pair of John R. Leach lift to meet the gardener’s face;
LENTS SCHIMM. NOTES.
en each end, which can be done by wire from the slider or rod on top of exercise classes 3 and 4; recitation, crutches.
“They have taken Him—my Master,
Monday evening of last week. The
(tutting a long bolt clear through the coil to the binding post with "cat
John R. Leach expects to b<- in his Vain I seek His resting place."
“Nannie Coe,” La Dean Repp; song,
W rlttesi by Ixiata Nchool Pupils.
gam« was lost by a score of 7 to 2.
the coil and end piece» and tightening whialtrr" and the other side of the ' junior choir; exercise, “Our Building," new store building May 1. He and!
Tl>e girls of Lenta school have or
Henry Werth are running a good- Perfume swathes the listening garden,
it up with a nut. Now along the top detector, or the binding post, with the boys’
ganised an indoor baseball team Kath
LKNTH BAPTIST CHURCH.
race to see who can occupy Sharon’s roses twine the wall;
of the coil mark off a »pace K of an “bulldog” clamp which must be con Lundy”; solo, Madge Tamplin; Easter natured
new building first. Werth’s Then like crooning ocean’s murmur,
leen Hawkins was elected captain of
Lents Baptist church, Easter Sun
inch «ride, the full length of the coil, nected with a wire to a water or gas bud exercise, primary classes; exer structure is just a block from Leach. Soft as wind blown petals fall,—
th« first team and Noame Vaughn of day, April 16, Sunday school, 9:45.
nnd sandpaper the insulation from pipe or some other suitable “ground” cise, girls' clsss; song, choir; talk
The Standard Oil station at Eighy-|“Mary!”—her Beloved speaking,—
the second team, . The first team Easter exercises, $0:M. The Sunday
by second and Foster road was opened Lo, her tearful quest is o’er,
the wires on top. Care must be taken connection. Connect your telephone • the pastor.
stands as follows: Elnora Wilk Ison. school children will give a missionary not to remove the insulation from be
April 8. Tom McSIoy and W. C. And that gladsome cry, "Rabonni!”
catcher; Kathleen Hawkina, pitcher; program, which will be a picture of tween th« wires just on top Th»« is1 receivers to both sides of the detector
Kohlman are in charge.
Rings till time shall be no more.
Methodist Episcopal Church.
Aleen Henry, flrat base; Gladys the work and the needs in rniMionary the place for the slides to make con and put your piece of galena in the
C. A. Norwood, 5907 Foster road, I
Easter Sunday, combined services reports trade very brisk in fishing;
Prather, second base; Marie Beissel, fields. Junior» at 3. B. Y. P. U. tact srith the coil at different places. I "bulldog” clamp and bend the “cat
third baae; Thelma Littlefield, left prayer meeting, 6:30. Baptismal serv Now procure a piece of brass rod whisker” so that it «tetnes in contact at 10 a. m. In the afternoon, every tackle and camp stools. His salesman
Elliot in his work on usury, page
shortstop, Aralla Davidson, right ice, 7:80; special musical numbers by *4x14 inches square, by seven inches, with the galena and you are ready one is urged to attend the Anderson throughout the northwest territory
182, says, “One cent loaned January 1,
shortstop; Roveia Johnson, center Mrs. Mae Koller and Mrs. Noel. in length and drill a small hole 14 of to listen in for the concerts. You meeting at the tabernacle, East Third are bringing in many fine orders.
Armentrout-Wicke company report A. D. 1, drawing interest at the rate
field; Emma Grichow, right field. Preaching subject, “Jesus and the an inch from each end. Get a piece may have to move the slider to dif and Irving streets, and the union
a shortage of Ford closed cars. The of six per cent compounded annually,
leogue service in the tabernacle at company has orders for eight sedans on January 1, 1895, would amount to
follows: Resumption.” All cordially invited.
of square brass tubing that will just
the “cat whisker” to different points 6:15 p. m., and the evening services and four coupes which must await de $8, 497, 840, 000. 000. 000.000,000,000,-
Noame Vaughn, catcher¡'Martel Dill
■lip over the rod (a piece a half inch of contact on the galena to find its
at 7:30 o’clock. Dr. Anderson de livery from Detroit,
man, pitched; Mi Ida Lundquist, first
John H. Brewster, of England, of long will do) and solder a piece of
W. R. Smoke, 6601 Ninety-fourth in gold, 23.2 grains to the dollar, us-
baae; Jessie Knox, second base; Mabel 8131 Sixty-second street, and Hugh sheet brass onto it about 14 of an most sensitive spot, but with a little livers a message which should be
is now employed as a mechanic 000 decision« of dollars). To pay this
Knox, third base; Matilda Batch, Joseph MacDonald, of Scotland, of inch wide and just long enough to experimenting ose can tune in the heard by everyone in Portland, street,
ing it in spheres of pure gold the
with Armentrout-Wicke company.
whether he be Catholic, Protestant
shortstop; Stcphie Kexlel, left short 8618 Fifty-sixth street, will be ex-i come in contact with the bared places
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Hansen have size of he earh, it would take 610,070,-
stop; Helen Marshal, right shortstop; •mined for citisenahip papers, July 20. on your coil. Now slide the tubing feet long and 40 to 60 feet high should or unbeliever. Friday night especial charge of the Laurelwood Baker'. 000,000,000,000 spheres of gold to pay
ly is given always to the interests of branch at 6528 Foster road for F. the debt.”
Nancy Kinn^t, left’field'
onto the rod and mount the rod over lie used with this set to get the best
If Methuselah at 21 years of age
the young people. Dr. Anderson is Wesolowski.
A Villainous Plot on Foot.
the bared place of the coil. Bring one
Al’en Gribb’e of Gribble Bros, ga had loaned $1 at six per cent com
Golf la N*w Fad at Lenta.
.. - -.... ------------------- ---- --- ------ being received with great enthusiasm rage
A swaddling-clothes weekly of Port
ha a n w Gardner automobile. K pounded yearly; at the . time
, . his
Golf has been taken up in earnest land haa announced the discovery of
Amon • t’ e Ford cars recently sold fleath
>rean» latcr’ that single doi-
Boucher and Preach Sho»s Coining. in the high schools and already has
To Open Lenta Grocery Store.
by a few of the I xmls studants. A a deep, dark, villainous plot to over
Arm«nrmt-Wieke company are- lar
have 8Town to more than
The Boucher and French shows of been heard by the students of Frank bv
F. J. Defehr, 1202 East Twenty-
Kofino, 4 4 Sixtirth
Sixtieth I «977.^.000,OOO.OCQ.OOO.CIOOOOO
few boys from Ixhta went to the throw the American government. The
second street North, will open a Portland open a week’s stand in Lents, lin, Washington and Benson poly street: ne. touring, C. W. Fullerton, sextJlhons of dollars).—Figur
Waverly Country club and secured <G*ci»vw«i» have lieen seeking the
Monday, April 17. Ferris wheels, technic. He is also speaking at 2:30
McCoy, government actuary.
positions as caddies. The boys use perpetrators for several years. None cured meat, possibly fresh meat and merry-go-rounds, animals, Hawaiians, p. m. Wednesdays and Fridays, in Milwaukie; new touring. W. R.
Debts of the government, of states,
grocery store in the lent building, all ar® present. Advance Agent Law-
Beehler, 1110 East Taylor street;
hockey clubs made of tree limbo and of the proper government officials
cities, counties, school districts, port
Ninety-second street, opposite The son is arranging for the Lents stand. the tabernacle. It is hoped that our •.’sed touring, Frank D. Sweitzer, districts
, improvement districts, trans -
use anything available for balls. have as yet been notified.
members will get the habit of going Eighty-second and Seventieth avenue;
Herald office, the first of the week.
Among the many followers of this
Arthur Rank, 5728 Forty-sixth ave portation corporations, all industrial
Mr. and Mrs. Defehr and four chil-
nue, new model sedan; H. E. Kraeft, corporations, private mortgages and
now popular pastime is Richard ST. PETER’S CATHOLIC CHURCH.
Uisa Pauline Schuma.. has just re
Oregon City, Ford delivery; T. A. bank loans, amount to more than
BOY LOVED JOHNSON CREEK Ditmar,
6024 Eighty-fourth street,,.
as they can sell their Woodlawn prop turned on the steamship Victoria,
new touring; John W. WinterbergerJwomI5n
Masses on Sunday at 8-«nd 10:30. erty and buy a Mount Scott home. after a three-months' visit with her
Roy .Selfridge has succeeded in get- Mrs. Messenger, choir director®»«, has
niece, Mrs. Roy G. Dataon of Chi-
ting enough large boys together to very specia Easter music for the sec They are now engaged in making the chajof, Alaska, Miss Schuman also
The body of 7-year-old Robert Charf, 7232 Eighty-second street,; a™°n-
. . ....
1 Practically all this debt has been
make the boxing and wrestling ond Mass.
Fleming Reed was found in Johnson new touring
Rev. H. Brunagel of Gresham will business experience in Canada.
match«« very interesting, Luther
creek by a neighbor and taken to the
v__ __ __
, tz * _ individual is paying interest on this
Pennoyer and Roy Selfridge are try assist the pastor Saturday night from
home of the boy’s grandmother, Mrs. avenue, 1» having a $1000, 11* -storythe
4:30 to 6 and from 7 to 8 o’clock.
ing tn keep all th® boys out that are
The lenten fast ends Saturday
S. P. Guide Is Free.
W. D, Miller has purchased the
Mr. Tillman, at 5306 Eighty-first
This sum at five per cent, com-
going to play ball on Saturday if Dr. midday. The attendance at morning
Copies of the new Southern Pacific Robert disappeared from his grand street.
pounded yearly will double in 14.2
Lundberg will agree to IL Other and evening services during the six Powell Valley road from N. M. Ship-
camping, fishing and hunting guide
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Davis. 6304 y®ar8‘ ln other words, the people in
wise the matches will be too crowded weeks was excellent
z #4u 4. «
a. «u 14.2 years will have paid cash, as in-
Th« church and things connected ley. Mr. Miller came to Portland from may be obtained free from Southern deputy sheriffs were notified, they Ninety-fifth
street, are resting at the teresi:>
the debt and stm we
in a w«w'k or so.
with it got a thorough renovation Franklin, Pa., two years ago and has Pacific agents, or from John M. Scott, began dragging the creek and search
Tuesday ut the hands of n number been employed by the Standard Oil general passenger agent, Southern ing the woods in the vicinity of the home of their daughter, Mrs. H. H. the debt. Ulis money thus paid as
Mr. Boatwright, of the Portland of the good women of the parish. company.
Huck, at Wasco, Or.
interest will be reloaned, thereby in
Pacific lines, Yeon building, Port Deandorf road and Gilbert station,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Sheen, 435 creasing the debt to $300,000,000,000
fire department, talked to the chil Mrs. Grassens, always smiling and
O. E. S. Officers to Entertain.
East Thirty-eighth, are budding a
^°nars’ In th<’succeeding 14.2 years
dren of lent» school recently on how helpful, is n valuable sacristan.
Robert was last seen at noon Sun
at f,ve P«1* cent compounded yearly
The altar society and Social club
The officers’ club of Victory chap
to protect the home. He showed two
day, lying on the bank overlooking
will give a "500" party In the church ter, No. 130, O. E. S., will entertain
Foster Road to Be Paved.
films on the same subject. After he hall
on the Saturday night succeeding at cards in Sunnyside Masonic temple
The Portland Railway, Light £
had finished a fire drill wax held, the Foster, April 22. Refreshments will
F. C. Wood and son, 1889 East
The entire wealth of the United
the afternoon of April 19. There will Power company has decided that it this point. His grandmother uid not Stephens street, are building a $2000, States is approximately 400 billions of
children passing directly from the as be served.
would be more economical to pave be become alarmed at first, since he had
»nd hand-made tween its car tracks on Foster road,
ionestory residence at 7730 Fiftieth
Don’t forget the eoection for the be refreshments
sembly room to the grounds.
previously wandered away from home
I avenue, for R. C. Walter, 5843 Foster'
Room No. 16 recently has organised seminary Sunday. Ixst year’s con prises. All are welcome, For table between Fifty-eacond and Seventy-sec
LIFT UÇ THINE EYES’
reservations phone Mrs. Lovd Ebon, ond Streets, rather than macadamize. often.
a current events club, which meets tributions should be double.
J. P. O’FLYN.
The Oregonian wireless apparatus road.
•very Friday afternoon, at 2:45. Some
G. A. Tussey is working with A J Lift up thine eyes! See ’tis the risen
road the same as Sandy boulevard. was used early in the search to notify
very interesting talks have been
Winkler in the Foster Road machine! Christ!
Pariah Property Bought.
Behold! He triumphs who hath sacri-
given. Maurice Kearns gave a*K ex
the road to the other at any place,
The parish haa bought the Roth
Earl J. Hodge and Ivah Markle, without the least difficulty, upder the boy in the hope that someone who
ceptionally good talk last week on the place at Eighty-seventh and Foster
road, and the Rodlun property south daughter of M. E. Markle, Fifty-sev- new plan of the street railway com had seen him would communicate working in The Herald plant recently Lift up glad voices now for victory!
with the family.
it. The property has a Splendidly enth avenue and Ninety-fourth street, pany.
The 8B Comet, the paper which is
Reid, the lad’s are Hiel Greene, Marguerite Tifft, So shall it be this day through all the
being edited by the 8B grade of Lents old, which will be the parish rectory were married April 7 at 4 P. M., by
St. Anthony’s Social.
working in the Bernice Rogers, Walter Brennan Spring marches on with bright flags
schools, is nearing completion. With us soon as the present occupants move Rev. F. J. Cope in the bride’s home.
The ladies of St. Anthony’s parish Bremerton navy-yard, came to Port George Whetstone and I. Shulze.
Roscoe A. Williams and Theodora will give a dance, card party, with
the misplacing of some of the items out. It is planned to construct this
land Wednesday and announced to the
And banners glorious hang from ev’ry
year the first unit of a large church A. Klack were the attendants. The
it was delayed fv some time.
refreshments next Thursday evening, sheriff’s force that she would give
All hopes have been given up of which will take care of the constant young people will make their home in in Ix-nts Grange hall. Cards at 8.
The year hath broke the spell of
winning anything after the loss of century.
J> Lewis for Mrs. Wm. Schwartz ! «'iter’s breath,
the discovery of the whereabouts of
our pitcher and first baseman. So
"*d hfe n°W
Adventist School Repeats Program. the missing boy.
8635 Footer Road; $100.
Arleta W. C. T. U.
we will play one more game accord
P.-T. A. Meeting.
This afternoon at 3:30 o’clock the
Robert loved the creek and the
The Arleta W. C. T. U. will meet Seventh-Day Adventist school chil
ing to the rules and one according to
j Lift up glad voices now for victory I
The regular monthly meeting of the
autos and horses which passed on the Foster Road; $25.
our conception, which is to play any Ix»nts Parent-Teacher association will at the home of Mrs. Stella Wilson, dren will repeat their Health play in
L. C. Hill for V. H. Johnson, 5005 Lo! These are women and the same
one who goes to school.
4135 Sixty-fourth street
Tuesday the Central Library, at the session of
be held Friday, April 21, at 2:45 In
Thomas, of Lents, remembers him 77th st.; $90.
I Who stood beside the Cross upon the
afternoon, April 18, at 2 o’clock.
the public health week programs.
the school assembly. The,-« will be
well. Oftentimes he made the lad get
Th»« l^nts school baseball team re an interesting speaker for the after
off his truck and return home. Often
L. Steadman for C. H. Burkes, 5635! Their Lord and Saviour crucified to
Mrs. Macdonald's Recital Pleases.
ceived a severe shock when a law was noon. The school orchestra will render
he warned the boy to beware of fall 44th ave.; $45.
The following violin students of
F<hv«rd Wyatt Pomeroy, 13-months-
recently passed to the effect that any music. Two pounds of marshmallows
E. E. Estes for Mr. Barnes, 8528 she only w*»o beheld with tear-stain
ing into the creek.
boy who will be 17 before Jun® 16, will be given to the room having the Mrs. R. A. Macdonald (Marie Chap old son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Pomeroy,
t,,, .,■<> • « tx
. . ... The agony, shall see Him now arise!
would bo prevented from playing on Inrgest number of parents present. man) pleased in a Saturday after 4619 Seventy-fourth
J. Ross. 3219 67th street, is build-
the regular teams. This takes Sahas- The Traveling fern as second prise noon recital in the J. E. Updike home, recently of appendicitis. Services
ii.g a $1000 hou<e at 3*227 67th street. Lift up glad voices now for victory:
tian Roth, first baseman and Richard will he given to the room having the
M. W. Van Billiard, rep. res., 6816
A. C. Nutter for H. W. Werth, 6435 Th” ’Pring has come and now again
deaux, Catherine Prideaux, f>ouclla Methodist Episcopal church, with in
Hublor, pitcher, from the team. But next greatest number present.
road (cess); $60.
Strech, Olive Updike.
terment in Mount Scott cemetery.
» Shall lav aside its penitential role
the team intends to continue to try
F. Smith, 5404 68th street (cess); rejoicing in the old n-w mystery:
for a chance nt the championship any
Moody Recital Successful.
J. H. Davis, erect garage, 5435 50th $75.
The risen Christ hath triumphed over
Unexpected Club Party.
Mrs. L. O. Conlee, Ninety-seventh
ave., L. 29, B 4, Arleta Park; bldr,
H. A. Due, 6821 86th street (cess);
Susie Woody, 8239 Forty-ninth ave-
Mr. and Mrs. I. Anderson and aon; stjeet ana John."n creek, died in
And He who sacrificed now con-
nue, presented her piano students in Mrs. Bateman and sister, Mrs. Smith; childbirth at Good Samaritan hos same; $50.
Mr. Coffin, head of the accident
Thursday morning at 12:45.
F. Holstrom for E. J. Skeen, 6600
a musical at the Modern conserva Mr. and Mrs. Field and daughter, pital
bureau, visited Lenta school Friday,
tory, Saturday evening, April 1. The Hilda; Robert Henderson, Walter and Ray Bemis of Puyallup. Ernest
A day’s difference.
March 31. A red disc was put on our
H. Warriner for I. S. Coffman, 6123
A. A. Kenworthy for C. F. Eddy,
program was* "Rustic Dance.” " Ever | Hicks, Mrs. A. A. Rindle nnd Mr. Bemis of Mount Solo, Wash.; broth
Why are an artist’s colors us 'd in
chart because of an accident which
5503 65th «treet (cess); $55.
painting like a piece of work being
Green Waltz, w 1 1 •’Moonlight Reverie," Himebaugh were among the guests at ers of Mrs. Conlee, are expected to 93d street ;$25,
occurred nt 100th street, near John
H. Warriner for C. Mickelson, 9521
P. J. Lawis for Mrs. William sent home for dinner? It is pigment
"Vesper Bells,* “Little T a t r i o t the Unexpected club’s party with Mr. arrive for the funeral. Mrs. Conlee’s
son creek, a short time ago. Edward
Mrs. 43d avenue; $40.
Schwartz, 8635 Foster road (Y future for the palate.
March.” Glenn Blair, 9704 Fifty- and Mrs. William Reidy, Gilbert sta I widower, her parents. Mr. and
Why cannot a deaf man be legally
' F. J. Remi«,
_____ ____ t avenue,
Benge was hit by the cemetery bus, ninth
H. Warriner for H. M. Davies, 5609 use); $5.
“Edilwiss Glide,” tion. April Fool’s night.
convicted? Because it
survive her. Mrs. Conlee was born.
and narrowly escaped great injury.
J. W. Looney for M. J. Wild, 7902 convict a man without a hearing.
"Hearts Desire,” “Vesper Bolls,” "Lit-
Pearl Dorothy Bemis, in Kelso. Wash , 63d street; $50.
Mr. Coffin spoke on accidents and tic Patriot March,” w Edward Blair, Teeny Takes Charge of Lents Dry March 4, 1900.
What is it that has only a nose left
M. Christensen. 3211 E. 52d;$75.
52d avenue (cess); $250.
how to prevent them. Ho appoited 9704 Fifty - ninth avenue
when one eye is put out? Noise.
Rierdan Bros., for Mr. Staheli, 6422
“They say money talks. How does
Anita Henry, lxiwry McKeown, and Winks,” “Dolls Lullaby,” "Sparklets,”
Frank Drost, 339 East Fifty-first Woodstock ave.; $50.
J. A. Teeny, the Arleta merchant,
it talk*” T suppose, for one thing,
James Ixing as safety patrols. They "Seek Walts,” "Arab Dance,” Thel 1 eopened the Lents dry goods com street, was buried from A. D. Ken
c. L. Dearlove for R. F. Hugenin,
Why is a cat going upstairs like a it talks cents.’’
worthy company’s chapel Wednesday.
were presented with green bands to be ma Reising, 4636
high hill ? Because she’s a mountain
What is the difference between a
Seventy-fourth pany’s store at Ninety-second and He was a member of the Oddfellows, 4412 47th St.; |25.
worn on their arms. Their duty is to street; "Maybell Walts,” "Morning Foster road Monday morning. The members of which order attended
hungry man and a glutton? On® longs
T. A. Smith, 3S2O 49th St.; $25.
What wind would a hungry sailor to eat and the other eats too long.
keep children from playing, skating, Prayer." "Starlight Walts.” “Cedar store had been closed for several his funeral and acted as pallbearers.
H. Warriner for E. E. Melvin, 9233 prefer?
One that blows foul (fowl)
Under what conditions might hand
and running in the streets.
Mrs. Alice Carrie
Hornor, 79O| 43d.: $60.
Waltx,” Claud Reising, 4636 Seventy days last week while an inventory
nnd shops about
kerchiefs be used in building a wall ?
fourth street; "Arab Dance,” Claud was taken. T. G. Samuel, former
Star Elect. Co. for Kem Park
When is the soup likely to run out If they became brick (cambric).
The students of the HU grammar Reising, 4636 Seventy-fourth street. proprietor, and family, still live above Kenworthy’s parlors Tuesday.
Christian Church, 6905 46th ave.; $20. ef the saucepan? When there Is a
class are publishing a magazine call Mrs. Isabelle Kidd gave two delight the store. Mr. Samuel has no defi
Mention the Sentinel when patroni»
Francis M. Hudson, 69, of 5319
R. O. Johnson for Jacob Moskowitz, leek in it.
What is the difference between ai
ed the "8B Comet.”
ful vocal numbers.
nite plans for the Alture,
Sixtyfourth street, April 11.
6106 44th st.; $30.
sun bonnet and a Saturday bonnet--
A Simple Radiophone Receiver