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Subscription, $1.50 the Year.
A revival at the Fourth United
Brethren church closes Sunday. There
have been more than thirty conver
sions and the spiritual life of the
church has been greatly deepened.
The pastor gives credit for the suc
cess of his revival to the cottage
prayer meetings which held at the
church before the revival started.
The Gleaners will meet Wednesday
March 7, in the homo of Mrs. James
Hoag, 5049*- 32nd avenue. Mrs. Pax
ton and Mrs. J. M. Rosenberry are
assisting. The topic will bo: “The
American Indian.” The leader is
Mrs. John Wakefield.
business meeting a social hour will
The Baptist women's missionary
society met at the home of Mrs.
Free Whitman. 4961—74th street,
Wednesday afternoon, February 28.
Mrs. W. E. Sootton. state secretary
of the White Gross for Baptist Wo
men, and Mrs. Henry White spoke
Mrs. Wm. Bush. 5631—84th street,
entertained the ladles of the Rebecca
lodge at her home Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. May A. McMahon of Halsey,
Oregon, was ¡ftesent at thia meet
ing. The club will meet again in two
weeks at the home of Mrs. Bush.
Members of the laurelwood Metho
dist church are planning a house-to-
house canvass next week to secure
funds and pledges with which to
erect a 859,090 community church.
They will be assisted by workers
from other churches in the city.
An eight and a half pound boy ar
rived at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Peter McIntosh. 0136—57 avenue,
February 10. He has been named
Douglas Peter. This ia the first boy
in the family, two sisters having pre
Mr. and Mrs. C. Trimm of 84th
street and 70th avenue are leaving
soon for Hillsboro where they will
make their home. Mr. Trimm is
employed with the Portland Gas and
A birthday party was given at
the home of H. F. Morse, 5428—37th
avenue, Saturday evening, in honor
of a son, Harvey Morse, 23 years old.
Games and music were enjoyed. Re
freshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peters, 8116
66th avenue, accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Porter, 66th avenue,
motored to Clatakanine, Saturday
evening to visit the I. O. O. F. lodge
of that place.
The concert at the Anabcl Pres
byterian church has been postponed
I from Msrch 7 to March 9.
A daughter was bom to Mr. and
Mrs. Kino E. Barker, 5327—89th
street, Frebruary 22.
Mrs. Finlay's class for the married
women of the Baptist Sunday school
met at the home of S. I. Payne, 4923
65th street, Tuesday afternoon. The
time was spent in sewing for charity.
Then- are several cases of whoop
ing cough in the neighborhood. The
children of Rev. Owen T. Day, and
little Betty Sherman, 6404—48th
avenue, are among the victims.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Woods, 5609—
45th avenue, have moved into a house
belonging to C. C. Hessemer.
Woods is an employe of the Pacific
Wan! Swope’s class of young mar
ried people, of the Kern Paik Chris
tian church, had a social Friday even
ing at the church. Election of of
ficers was held.
Loyal workers of the Christian
church met Wednesday to make plans
for the rest of the year. Mrs. Griff
King, president, presided.
Miss Strange, of the Kellogg,
school, was the guest of honor at the
Central Pareijt-Teacher association
council on Friday.
>1. W. Hunt has invested in (.
used Dori automobile.
V. S. Rathkey company ia now loc
ated at 1*001—doth avenue.
Work on the Kellogg schoolhouse
1« stopped because of a strike.
Mrs. Kingsley of 04th street ia
very ill at the Sellwood hospital.
C. Heaaemer la building a double
garage at 46th ave. and 60th street.
Mrs. O. K. Stanley, 2091—49th
street. Is In California visiting rel
Mrs. A. H. Mulkey, 0130 - 83rd
street, io quite ill. Pneumonia ia
C. M. Luten of la-banon ia visiting
hia daughter, Mrs. McClellan, 0012
A son waa born to Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Lange, 6604—91st street,
Augusta M. Hramstedt, 09. died at
6999 East 41st street February 25,
from chronic nephritis.
L. L Campbell's family now live
two doors south of the Mt. Scott Park
Cemetery station at 100th street.
Morrison Handaaker, who has been
in the hospital for an appendicitis
operation, ia rapidly convalescing.
Mrs. McClellan entertained with a
dancing party at her home, 0012 87th
street on Saturday evening, Feb. 24.
Mrs. A. T. Neuman, Rose City
Park, entertained recently with a
miscellaneous shower for Miss Idella
Franklin High school basket ball
team waa beaten Wednesday after
noon by the Benson Polytechnics
team, 19 to 38.
K. B. Kelley of Dallas, Ore., for
merly Lenta, waa a recent visitor at
the home of his father, J, V. Kelly,
R. I. Leavens, 4727—62nd street,
is a Mt. Scott resident who works
for the Portland Gas and Coke com
The Arieta P.-T. A. will meet
March 9, at the Arieta school. Rev.
O. W. Taylor will give a talk on
The girl scouts of Arieta and Wood-
mere went swimming at the Y. M.
C. A. Saturday afternoon and later
attended a show.
The Kellogg P. T. A.’s held a box
social Saturday night. The women
brought the boxes to sell to the men
at 60 cents each.
Mrs. Geo. Stahl and family of 70th
avenue and 82nd street have left for
an extended visit with Mrs. Stahl’s
mother in Goble.
Mrs. Alice L. Dustin, 4531 71 street
entertained a number of her friends
at luncheon Thursday. Covers were
laid for eighteen.
Mrs. Ward Swope, 6329—<0 street,
:tate secretary of C. W. H. M., wl|
apeak Sunday morning at the Sell-
wo-.d Christian church.
Mrs. Hoff cf 87th street entertain
ed recently with an announcement
party for her sister, Miao Idella Neu
man, of the Central Library.
Lucerne Alverson Pcnnoycr, 5603
92nd street, died February 26 at the
age of 53 years.
Dilation of the
heart waa the cause of death.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Peoples, of
l-a Comb, Ore., who have been attend
ing the Bible conference, have been
the guests of Rev. and Mrs. B. Roas
Mrs. Mildred McMahon, president
of the Rebecca assembly of Halsey,
Oregon, visited the Eureka lodgo of
Lents, Wednesday evening, February
Mr. and Mrs. Dustin and children,
Helen nnd John, of 4531—71st street
are spending the week-end at Sea USE YOUR COMMUNITY LIB
side as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Har
The Arieta Branch Library is loc
Mrs. Elisabeth Parsons, 7820—55th
avenue, has just returned from a visit ated at 45th avenue and 61st street
to her sister, Mrs. A. J. Cody, who S. E. The library is open every day,
lives in old Mexico. She reports a Sundays and holidays excepted, from
2 to 9 p. m. The library is a branch
of the free public library and any
Splendid progress is being made
resident or tax payer of Multnomah
on the new Baptist church building,
county is entitled to the use of the
in spite of the fact that some delay
library by filling out the proper ap
is being experienced in the installa
plication. Both books and magazines
tion of the boiler.
are circulated for home reading. The
The “Star” movie house opened library has a request system which
last Friday night. The interior de makes it possible for any borrower
corations are very pretty. This is to obtain book* from the Central
the only movie between Arieta and Library that are not in the Arieta
collection. These books are delivered
The Sunday school classes of the to the branch on Monday, Wednes
Millard Avenue Presbyterian church day and Saturday of each week.
are having a paper drive. The mo Every Tuesday afternoon at 8 and
ney is to be used on the new church. 4 o’clock the library holds a story
Primary classes are doing wonder hour for children. The library has
fully well and are showing great en an auditorium that may be obtained
for lectures and club meetings.
LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1923
SOUTH MT. TABOR. RESERVOIR
PARK AND VICINITY
Mr. and Mrs. L. Stevenson of Ca
mas, Washington were visitors of
the Jarvis family on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Peoples visited
at the home of E. 0. Shepherd on
The Parent-Teacher council will
meet at the Central library on Fri
day, March 2.
The young people of the com
munity met at the third United Breth
ren church to organise the Triple-H
club. Gail Bell was chosen presi
dent; Velma Shepherd, vice presi
dent; Ellis I-ake, secretary; Beatrice
Brummels, treasurer; and Richard
Jones, sergeant at arms. The club
will meet at the church every Tues
day at 7:30. Young people are in
Daena Shepherd who has been ill
with influenza the pask week is im
Mrs. E. M. Bell of 68th street is
very ill at the Sellwood hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Sawyer of
Ketchikan, Alaska, were visitors of
H. M. Jarvis and family, of 66th
street, the first of the week.
I). E. Osborn has moved from
66th street to 4403 42nd avenue.
Mrs. C. W. Gray attended a lunch
eon, given by U-g I-g club on Mon
Lester Adams, who has been living
with hia brother, T. J. Adams of 71st
street, left last week for his home
Mr. E. Howe of 71st street has
been ill the past week with a severe
BOOK NOTES ARI ETA BRANCH
Everybody has poor relations. Did
you ever stop to speculate on what
the poor relations were thinking
about their rich ones? Read Comp
ton Mackenzie’s “Rich Relatives”.
This is both satirical and delight
“Aloha around the World” by Karl
Vogel is a good book for those who
feel the lure of distant lands, of the
remote races and cities of the East
and for those who love the magic
and mystery of the sea.
"The Man who lived in a Shoe" by
A. J. Forman is a story of a bachelor
book worm who learns that there is
something besides theories about life
when he undertakes the care of his
dead sister’s three children.
There are two new books of spe
cial interest to those who love out
door life. These are “Every day ad
ventures” by Samuel Scoville Jr., and
“Skyline Camps” by Walter Eaton.
Marysville P. T. A. is Active
The Marysville P.-T. met Friday,
February 23, at the school.
Hefners' class gave a delightful pro
gram, appropriate to Washington’s
birthday. Mrs. Shaw read an inte
resting paper on classics of the
screen. Mrs. S. M. Blumauer explain
ed the importance of the dental clinic
to the children, whereupon the asso
ciation voted |5 to the clinic. The
treasurer reported the dance given
by Marysville a success socially and
financially, having cleared 843.
Four dozen cups, plates and spoons
were purchased this month for tho
tea room. The secretary read the
names of 72 new members.
Mrs. Paxton reported the organi
zation of a Rose club and a Goat
club. The club idea ia very popular
at Marysville. Mrs. Paxton also gave
an excellent report from the P.-T.
Mrs. Bewley re
ported on the social servica work,
and Mrs. Lietzel reported the recep
tion comittee doing good work, to
which fact all agreed when served
with the delicious tea and cakes.
The girls’ Red Ribbon club were
entertained at the home of Opal Sut
ton Friday afternoon at 4 o’clock.
The newly-elected officers are: Mau
reen Haugner, president; Ann Shif
tier, vice-president; Opal Sutton, sec
retary, and Beatrice Shifner, treas
Yoe’s Grocery Again Sold
R. H. Kimsey has traded an apart
ment house to A. C. Thompson, prop
rietor for one week of Yoe’s grocery
store at 5807 92nd street, for the
store. H. G. Du Bois will manage
the store for Mr. Kimsey. Mr. Du
Bois is a man rich in experience as
a Texas and a Colorado ranger.
Buy Pdei Hall
Messrs. J. W. Johnson and Frank
Schults have purchased the Pastime
Pool Room, 92nd street, from Fred
Keiser. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson have
lived in Lents for 22 years.
VOL. XXI, No. 9
commissioner were defeated, notwith are concerned, than waa the session of
standing the recommendations of the 1921.
That session voted appropriations to
Kern Park Christian Church, J. F.
The ambition of the American Le the amount of 86.359.537. The aeasioa
Ghormley, pastor. Subject 11 a. m.
gion of Oregon was realised when Gov just ended voted money bills totaling
“Rules of the Game;” 6:39 p. m.
ernor Pierce attached bls signature to 36.068.018.
Christian Endeavor, 7:30, Popular
tho antl-allen land bill.
Among the minor bills passed of
song service lead by Mrs. May Bil
To tho irrigation and drainage se general interest waa an appropriation
standing Legislation of the curities commission, which for sev which will bring the battleship Oregon
lingsley. Evening theme, “The Cross (
eral years has been composed of Cue into Portland harbor, there to remain
Anabel Presbyterian church. Rev.
state engineer, the attorney gen*^ as a floating monument for the future,
J. M. Paxton, pastor. Subject 11 a. '
and the state superintendent of banjffe and bills reopening loans to those who
Salem.—The thirty-second assembly tho legislature added the governor attg took the soldiers' bonus, when they
m. “A Faulty Foundation."
Millard Avenue Presbyterian church of the state legislature completed its the state treasurer.
prove that they did so under ratetake;
Rev. Henry White, pastor.
The labors after a session which extend
prohibiting changing of party affilia
Malheur Controversy Settled
morning subject is: “A Commendable ed six days over the 40-day constitu
The Malheur lake controversy was tion within 30 days of primaries and
Evening subject: tional period. By holding over a few probably settled by the Ellis bill, al placing safuguards around the sign
“Building According to Pattern.” The days the session closed without the lowing squatters on the lake bed lands, Ing of initiative petitions.
Masons from the Sunnyside lodge customary confusion and turmoil the gratis acquisition of 160 acres each
will attend the evening worship at which marked the closing hours of and riparian owners the right to fill HOW IS YOUR COLD TODAY?
the Millard avenue church, at 7:30 some of the previous sessions.
out their fractional “forties” from the
During the session 643 bills were land along the meander lines.
o’clock, March 4.
By Dr. Frederick D. Stricker, of the
Introduced. Of this number 412 had
Oregon State Board of Health
Two bills of interest to the farmers
their origin in the house, while 231 were passed. One defining the stand
Did you ever hear the remark
MENTAL CULTURE CLUB
were offered in the senate.
ards of ice cream and a bill to pro “Eveiybody seems to have a cold
The Mt. Scott Mental Culture club
Of the 412 bills introduced in the hibit the use of milk or milk products now”? Sure you have. And did you
ever hear the reply. “Yes, it is
met at the auditorium of the library house 245 received favorable consid in milk or butter substitutes contain mighty good weather for colds.”
Thursday. The program was a varied eration. The others were beaten on ing vegetable oils.
Having heard such bits of con
one consisting of music by the tele the floor, Indefinitely postponed or
The fish commission, by the imposi versation and most probably having
phone quartet. An address on the died in the hands of the various com tion of a 1-cent poundage tax on fish indulged yourself, did you ever tax
your mental processes by trying to
past, present and future of the tele mittees.
caught and used by canners, and the fathom the mystery of the “weather”
phone and a demonstration of the
Of tho 231 bills introduced in the establishment of a sinking fund out as a producer of colds?
switchboard was given. Miss Fran senate 138 were approved. The re- j of part of the proceeds from this fund, • “weather” being unable to defend it
cis Berry read a paper on the litera maining 93 were killed on third read has taken the step toward making that ■ self, you may be safe in blaming the
weather for man’s indiscretions, but
ture of Japan. Mrs. Jean McLeoney ing or smothered in the committees.
you are not entirely correct in so
read an interesting letter from Japan.
771 e outstanding legislation to the
Under the provisions cf the narcotic doing. When you blamed the weather
Mrs. Florence Holmes Gerke, of the state at large waa the passage of an law approved by the governor, the you recognized the fact that there
park board, spoke on the beautify income tax, a new method of raising penalties for the use, possession or1 was a common factor involved in the
causation of wide-spread colds. Prob
ing of our parks.
revenue in Oregon.
sale of narcotics are greatly increased. ably the most obvious common factor
Rate 1 to 6 Per Cent
A state prohibition enforcement or-' noticeable to the community as a
HAVE YOU NOTICED?
The income tax law which was ap ganizatlon beaded by the governor waa whole is the sudden and marked
weather changes. So the weather
proved by the legislature provides for created and a division of fines imposed
That we are now fully settled in a tax of from 1 to < per cent. The in the counties authorized to main gets the credit, whether it be warm,
hot, cool, cold, cloudy or sunshine. As
our new shop?
a matter of fact the weather may or
exemptions are: 81000 for single per tain the state organization.
That a cordial invitatioto is extend sons and 82000 for married persons
Confiscation of automobiles used in may not be a contributing cause, but
ed you to come and see our plant in and a 8400 exemption for each de illicit liquor transportation was pro is never the direct, active cause that
operation in the basement of the Rail pendent. The tax on the first 31000 vided for and additional restrictions produces colds.
Colds are of bacterial origin, and
way Exchange Building?
of net income ia 1 per cent with an placed on the use of stills and mash they are readily contagious. They
That there is a building boom in increase of one-fourth of 1 per cent. products.
are contracted by direct contact with
a person suffering from a catarrhal
the section by 58th and 60th streets on each additional 81000 up to * perI
Sterilization Law Enacted.
condition of the nose and throat.
and Powell Valley Road and 40th cent, which is applied on an income
Considered among important enact They are transmitted by coughing,
avenue? That nearly a score of of 812,000 and over.
ments is the sterilisation bill, intend sneezing, spitting, handshake, by eat
dwellings have been erected there in
Corporations, resident or non-resi ed to curb the propagation of feeble ing utensils and by close association
in a room or building, office, school
the past few months?
dent, are entitled to an exemption of minded and criminally inclined per or
theater, train and street car, or
That Easter eggs are already on 82000, and dividends of resident cor sons.
any other place where the indivi
sale in the stores?
porations, if not distributed, are sub
Another Important bill requires a lit duals use over and over again the
That paper drives ars^ being con ject to the tax to be paid by the cor eracy test for voters.
same air. If the body surface be
comes chilled the resistance is les
ducted in various schools to help fill poration. If dividends are distributed
The old wild animal bounty sys sened and the individual is more
athletic treasuries and to empty base the tax is collected from individuals. tem was repealed and in its place
likely to catch cold.
ments of fire-breeding paper?
In computing the net Income deduc waa enacted the so-called hunter sys
The condition itself is so trifling
That we have been envying pleas tions may be made along the lines
tem whereby counties have the option that vigorous individuals usually do
ant weather? That spring has come provided for in the federal income tax, Of using government hunters to chase not let the disease interfere with
their daily pursuits, and in consequ
(unless we have more winter)?
excepting inheritance and !»>cal im down predatory animals. They are ence promiscuous association con
That the windy month is upon us? provement taxes.
paid jointly by the counties and the tinues without precautions. As a re
That the pennant prospects of the
sult colds usually go through
It is estimated that the Income tax government.
Portland Coast League team are as will raise between 81.000,000 and 82,-
Measures flavored with religious pre families, schools, business groups and
rapidly become scattered in small
cloudy as ever?
judice received scant . consideration. epidemics throughout the community.
That the tax-exempt bonds are
Unless the law is killed by the refer The only bill of a religious character While the cold itself may not be a
causing no little unfavorable com- endum it will become effective next whicn passed was the Woodward bill serious factor it predisposes the pos
year and apply on Incomes received prohibiting school teachers from wear sessor to more serious conditions,
such as laryngitis, pharyngitis, bron
That the grammar school teams during 1923. In the event that the ing sectarian garb. There was little chitis,
influenza and the pneumonias.
are getting ready for the coming referendum is invoked, the governor opposition to the measure.
All rooms and places, both public
is empowered to call a special elec
Bills to eliminate Columbus day and private, should be so ventilated
That King Tut can sleep peaceably tion next November, so that it will from the list of legal holidays and to that the air in the room will be con
stantly changed. Individuals with
until fall at least?
not be necessary to wait until tho repeal the law providing for both Pro colds should be temporarily segre
That that last item was the thir- ; next general election tor the people to testant and Catholic chaplains at the gated. Sneezing and coughing should
never be done except when the mouth
decide the issue.
is covered with a handkerchief. All
That it would do to make one the
No attempt was made to advance eating utensils should be sterilized
Next to the Income tax. the big is
after use; this should be mandatory
That we have sixteen by this time, sue before the session was the mat school bill that was passed by the for public places.
People with colds should not kiss
ter of consolidating state offices. Ow people in November.
Bills attempting to place a tax on their relatives; should refrain from
ing to divergent views between the
handshaking; should sterilize or burn
house and senate consolidation failed. church property and on hospitals also their handkerchiefs; should avoid ex
Most of the tax bills proposed by failed.
posing others by refraining from go
At dawn I saw the mighty mountain the tax investigating committee fail
A bill providing for free text books, ing to places of public amusement,
ed to pass. The legislature did, how another proposing that all electors in riding in crowded vehicles, etc., until
Clear-cut against a sky of rose and ever, pass the finance commission bill school districts be allowed to vote on the If cold
you have a cold the safest thing
which gives the state supervision over questions affecting school finances, for yourself and for the community
A marvelous painting by a Master the issue of bonds by the various tax and another calling for dental inspec is for you to go to bed and remain
there for 24 to 48 hours; take a mild
units of the state and the tax conserva- tion in public schools all failed.
purgative and eat a meat free diet.
The 340,060 appropriation tor the
A picture which though old, tu me the commission act, which extends
is ever new.
throughout the state the general pro Pacific Northwest Tourist association
visions of the tax supervision commis was killed.
At eve I stood to watch the sinking sion which has operated in Multnomah
Initiative Changes Fail.
There is a grace of kind listening,
Several attempts were made to
county for the past two years.
as well as of kind speaking. Some
Highway legislation, which in past amend the initiative, referendum and men listen with an abstracted air,
Again transform the mountain
from the west;
sessions was one of the big issues, play recall acts to curb the activity of peti which shows that their thoughts are
elsewhere. Or, they seem to listen,
Watched with delight the gold and ed a minor role in the session just tion circulators, but these failed.
A house joint resolution proposing to but by wide answers or irrelevant
closed. While there were a number
crimson upward run
questions, show that they have been
Before the evening shadows to its of measures introduced affecting the submit to the people the question of occupied with their own thoughts, as
road program very few of them were amending the state constitution to pro being more interesting—at least in
vide for a lieutenant governor was in their own estimation—than what you
translated into laws.
have been saying. Some listen with
More marvelous still the vision was
Oaaollne Tax Increased.
a kind of importunate ferocity, which
The tax on gasoline was increased
makes you feel that you are being
Had set a starry coronal upon that from 2 to 3 cents per gallon but all done away with the listing of agricul put upon your trial and that your
brow of snow
attempts to revise the motor vehicle tural and horticultural lands by coun auditor expects beforehand that you
going to tell him a lie, or to be
ty assessors was vetoed by the gover are
Gleaming ghostlike in the effulgent tees were defatted.
inaccurate, or to say something he
One of the bills which was passed nor.
will disapprove, and that you must
The governor tailed In his effort for mind your expressions. Some inter
With ethereal radiance, as from provides that fines for violations of
some inner glow.
the traffic laws, when made by the a severance tax, but was given the au rupt and will not hear to the end.
Many persons, whose manners will
state traffic officers, shall go into the thority asked by him as an alternative, stand the test of speaking, break
In all thy settings, every changeful state treasury and be credited to the to call a conference of the governors down under the trial of listening. But
of Washington, California and Idaho all these things should be brought
under the sweet influence of religion.
Formerly the engineering office of to sit with him for the formulation of Those
Thou art a thing of joy to nature
who govern others must take
tho highway department has designed
care to be kind listeners, or else they
Symbol of all that’s stanch and pure and looked after the construction of tion of the natural resources of the will soon offend God and fall into
Important county bridges. Senator Northwest.
Astoria Gets Relief.
Inspirer of great deeds with brush ■ Eddy secured the enactment of a law
In the closing hours the Mott bill
The Right Standard
which enables county oourts to do
Thousands are held down to a
their own bridge work or have it done, granting relief to Astoria through the
W. R. WHEELER.
whore the structure does not, cost remission of state taxes for a period mediocre order of accomplishment be
cause their aim is just to get by and
of seven years waa passed.
more than 8*5,000.
not get ahead. Of all ruts, thia limit
The legislature defeated the bill to ing of one’s effort to getting by is
Attempts definitely to locate the
Why is the letter R a profitable
compel woman to servo on juries and one of the worst. And it is one of
letter? Because it makes rice of ice.' Roosevelt highway were defeated.
What part of a boat is like a I A bill was passed which extends also killed the measure to require a the easiest to fall into. The tempta
tion to do no more than one strictly
farmer? The tiller.
indefinitely the time in which tho physical examination of women before has to ia mighty strong and ever
Why is a railway like a blanket? state highway commission oan match marriage.
present, and to resist it one must
Because it is laid upon sleepers.
From a financial viewpoint, the leg nave considerable character and good
any government appropriations for
What is that which we often look
islature Is 8291,519 more economical, sense. Do not measure your effort
for but do not want to find ? A hole tho Roosevelt highway.
by “how little you need do.” Measure
so far as direct appropriations voted it by “how much you can do.”
in our stocking.
IZIWER MT. BCOTT CHURCH