Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923, March 16, 1923, Image 1

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Subscription, $1.50 the Year.
Arrangements have been completed
for the dance to lie given by the
Woodmere Parent-Teacher association
on the evening of St. Patrick’s day.
The beat of music haa lieen procured
and prises are to be given for the
liest sustained Irish character. A
large attendance is vxpecled and a
good time promised to all who at­
A marriage license issued to James
L. Keith, of 563k 38th avenue, and
Mra. Melissa L. Vaughan, of 5321
H2d street, waa used by Rev. E. A.
Smith at the conclusion of the Neigh­
bors of Woodcraft meeting laat Sat­
urday in the Lenta hall. Presents and
a feast were tendered the couple.
Arthur Brown, of 4837 With street,
has been called to Sherwood to the
bedside of his father, Elza Brown,
who ia very ill with rheumatism of
the heart. The older Mr. Brown lived
for many years at 4t>27 74th street.
Mrs. Ada Jolly, of 5032 60th street;
Mrs. Hattie Wilson, of 3d street, and
Mrs. Ward Swope, of 5329 70th street,
attended the W. C. T. U. mid-year
executive meeting at Oregon City last
Wednesday and Thursday.
Mrs. Roe J. Gilbert, primary su­
perintendent of the Kern Park Chris­
tian church Sunday school, has been
attending the leadership training
school at the First Christian church
during the past week.
Grand Daddy Serutin of Lents haa
made application to the old soldiers'
home at Roseburg. Mr. Serutin has
been failing rapidly so will sell his
home and property here and make his
home at Roeeburg.
George D. Edwards of Spokane will
make his future home here with his
daughter, Mrs. W. R. Thomas, 9119
57th avenue. Mr. Edwards celebrated
his 80th birthday recently, and is in
excellent health.
Charles Carney of San Francisco
recently left for his home in that
place after spending the last few
weeks here with his sister-in-law and
family, Mrs. Canty, of 56th avenue.
C. W. Wall*, of 6032 45th avenue,
1« ill with the grip.
L. H. Jone* I* bulldin« ■ >1500
home at 341V 67th «treat.
W. H. Schaub i* buildin« a 83500
residence at 4130 63d »treat
Mr». Clifford Anderson, of 39th
avenue, ia very ill with th« flu.
S. J. Ennis, manual training teacher
at Arleta school, ia III with the flu.
Mr. Maker, of 72d street, Tremont,
ia very low with an attack of par­
A while collie recently waa atolen
from the Fiebert residence on 34th
Miaa June Whitman, 0720 53d ave­
nue ia In St. Vincent'« hoapital with
Mra E. C. Sanderaon of Eugene
waa the gueat of Mra. J. J. Handaaker
laat Tuesday.
J. J. Hummer ia building a »3500
reaidence at 8063 07th avenue for
Mary Jane Gray.
C. P. Rickman left March 7 for
San Francisco to bring up a boat. Mr.
Rickman then will go to northern
A marriage licenae haa been issued
to Wayne 8. Miller, 19, 5806 69th
avenue, and Vivian Culver, 19, 5735
59th avenue.
Mr. Teufel, who haa been III, ia
much better and »«on will return to
hie work as an employe of the city
park bureau.
Mra. Van Bleat, who haa been living
with Mra. Elbon, of 59th street, haa
gone to live with her daughter on
the west aide.
After a brief delay occasioned by
a »trike, work haa been resumed on
the construction of the new win* of
Kellogg school.
The women's class of the Arleta
Baptist church met at the home of
Mr». C. C. Heaaemer Thursday after­
noon to lew.
A paper drive recently conducted
In the near future the manual at Arleta school resulted in the col­
training classes and domestic aeienre lection of nine tons of paper, for
classes of Arleta school will give an which the athletic department re­
ceived approximately $180.
exhibit of their work.
The regular monthly meeting of
The regular annual congregational
meeting of the Anabei Presbyterian the teachers and workers of the
church will be held at the church Arleta Baptist church Sunday school
Monday evening, March 26. at 8 was held last Tuesday evening at the
home of Mrs. S. L. Barnett.
The baseball team of Kellogg
.Mabie Wing, 9-year-old daughter
of J. F. Wing. 8929 Foster Road, ia school haa played practice games with
very ill nt St. Vincent's hoapital. but Arleta, Woodmere, Creston and Rich­
some hopes for her recorvery are mond schools, winning all but the one
played with Arleta.
The Welfare club of Millard-Ave­
W. R. Thomas, of 9119 57th ave­
nue, has been at Estacada for the nue Presbyterian church will meet at
laat month attending to buaineaa for the church next Tuesday evening.
the Portland Railway, Light 4 Power The meeting will be piefaced by a
pot-luck supper.
The Industrial department of the
The altar society of St. Peter’s
church haa organised and will meet women’s society of the Arleta Bap­
every Tuesday in the church parlors tist church met Wednesday at the
to sew and work in the interest of home of Mrs. Jacob Cover, of 4729
64th atreet.
the church.
The Ixiyal Workers, the women's
A three-reel motion-picture film,
society of the Kern Park Christian "Baby Marie Osburne,” was shown
church, gave a silver tea Wednesday at the Arleta school Friday, March
at the home of Mrs. H. T. Davis on 16, after school. There was also a
50th avenue.
short comedy.
Miss Matrian Macintosh, of 58th
J. A. Varley, Creston grocer, has
recently leased the part of the build­ street, returned home Sunday from
ing adjoining his store. That sec­ the Sellwood hospital where she has
tion at the building formerly was been confined for the past six weeks.
used as a cannery.
Miss Bessie Nelsen, of 6911 63d
Donald and Elaine Stokes, who have avenue, wax taken on March 7, to
been ill with the flu, are much better. Good Samaritan hospital suffering
Elaine haa been able to return to her with inflammatory rheumatism.
studies at Franklin, but Donald is
The 31 piano students of Miss
still confined to his home.
Susie Bernice Woody will play in
Mrs. Heath, aged 86, mother of V. recital at the home of their teacher,
R. Heath, the paint man, of 6803 8230 19th avenue, March 23.
Foster Road, suffered a stroke of
Mrs. G. W. Shrlner, of 5404 38th
paralysis Wednesday, March 7. The avenue, ia preparing to move to a
whole right side is affected.
recently purchased 24-acre tract of
Miss Melda Lieuallen, daughter of land near San Raphael, Cal.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lieuallen, 4532
The congregation of Arleta Baptist
62d street, has returned from Salem church will worship in their new
where she has been visiting her building at 48th avenue and 64th
brother, Byron, for the past week.
street on Easter Sunday.
A pre-Easter get-together meeting
A number of men from the Arleta
for members and friends of the Kern Baptist church attended the John R.
Park Christian church will be held Mott banquet Wednesday evening in
at the church March 22. Refreshments the municipal auditorium.
will be served by the loyal workers
I. A. Melendy, of 7111 Foster
Road, a teacher in Franklin high
The Creston Parent-Teacher asso­ school, has been ill with pneumonia,
ciation will hold its regular monthly but is now back in school.
meeting March 20 at 2 P. M. A
R. B. Walsh and family of Creston
grocery shower for the social service are spending the week end with Mrs.
department will be the feature. “Pre­ Eugene MacComack at Hilsboro.
school Work" will be the subject for
Mrs. N. N. Nygard, of 92d street,
has been confined to her home the
An invitation ia extended by Rev. J. past few weeks with .the flu.
M. Paxton to all Parent-Teacher as­
Mrs. Jenson, of Millard avenue and
sociations, all churches, community
clubs and other organisations to at­ 45th atreet, has been very ill at her
tend the open meeting at the Anabel home the past few weeks.
Mr. Anderson of Los Angeles haa
Presbyterian church March 20. Judge
Jacob Kanxler will speak on “A recently «old his former home at Slat
Heart-to-Heart Talk With Fatherl­ •street and 34th avenue.
Mra. K. I. Dixon, of 74th atreet and
and Mothers.” A musical program
55th avenue, ia very ill with the grip.
will be given.
VOL. XXI, No. 11
M. Waddell, of 5704 45th avenue,
has gone to Wind River, Wash., to be
superintendent of two logging camps.
A daughter waa born to Mr. and
Mra. Raymond Roger», of 5114 58th
atreet, February 24.
Mrs. R. B. Walsh of Creston haa
been substituting at Jefferson high
school the past week.
The Gleam-rs society of the Anabel
Presbyterian church met Wednesday
ami Mrwed for the near east relief
bundle day next Muy.
The men's club of St. Ignatius’
parish were hosts to tbe parishioners
Thursday evening, March 15. An in­
teresting program followed by cards
and dancing formed the evening’s en­
served by the women.
Mrs. 8. J. Hamilton, formerly of
4287 60th street, 1« very ill at her
new home on East Alder street.
George Bodman, an engineer for
the Portland Railway, Light 4 Power
company at Estacada, spent last week
end with his family.
At the Anabel Presbyterian church
March 9, Miss Nettie Foy, Miss
Hampton and Mrs. Fred Olsen gave
an excellent musical program. The
proceeds went to the furnace fund. A
large audience greeted the very ex­
cellent music furnished.
Alvin Gray of Portland and Miss
Jennie I-ee were married Sunday eve­
ning at the United Brethren church,
62d avenue and 69th street. Miss Lee
is employed in the telephone office
and has a host of friends in Tremont
who wish her an abundance of hap­
Rehearsals of the “Gondoliers," the
opera which will be given by the
music department of Franklin high
school in the middle of April, are
being conducted in the Creston school
every Wednesday evening, by R. B.
Walsh, musical director at Franklin
high achool.
Tremont United Brethren
The subject of the morning serv­
ices will be “The Promise. Paid"; eve­
ning, “Four Great Picture»."
Anabel Presbyterian
The subject for the morning serv­
ices will be “The Broken Partition.”
Kern Ifark Christian
The subject for the morning serv­
ices will be “Christ, the Supreme
Emancipator”; evening. “Meeting the
Challenge of Those Who Say That the
Bible Is Not a Sufficient Religious
Millard-Avenue Presbyterian
Communion services will be held in
the morning and the subject for the
evening will be “The Wells of Salva­
Arleta Baptist
Meeting temporarily in the Laurel­
wood Congregational church. The sub­
ject for the morning services will be
“Self Revelation of God”; evening,
“A Bargain of Souls.”
Miss Bentley Weds
A pretty wedding was held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Bentley,
4405 70th atreet, Thursday evening,
March 8, at 8 o’clock, when Miss
Florence Bentley was united in mar­
riage to George W. Merrell. Men­
delssohn’s wedding march was played
by Mrs. Edward Odbert. Miss Faye
Finley sang, “Until” (Sanderson).
The ceremony was performed by Rev.
F. E. Finley. The ring ceremony
was used.
The bride was attired in old rose
silk and carried a bouquet of white
sweetpeas and pink roses. She was
attended by Miss Helen May Ix>ck-
wood who wore blue silk and carried
a bouquet of pink carnations and
maiden hair fern. Edward Odbert
was best man.
After the ceremony a wedding col­
lation was served.
About 30 guests were present. Be­
side the immediate members of the
bride's family the guests included
Mrs. M. A. Blackerby, grandmother
of the bride; T. R. Blackerby and
family of Oak Grove; C. J. Bentley
and family, uncles of the bride, and
Melvin Cook of Albany, a cousin.
Mr. and Mrs. Merrell have taken
up their residence at 265 11th street.
Mr. Merrell is with the O.-W. R. 4 N.
To Observe St. Patrick’s Day
The women of St. Peter's parish
are giving a St. Patrick’s entertain­
ment Saturday evening, March 17, in
the church hall. An admission fee of
35 cents will be charged. Refresh­
ments will be served.
W. N. Brown, of the firm of Lar­
sen A Brown, left Saturday evening
for Redmond to be gone two weeks.
New York.—(By N. C. W. C.)—A
suggestion that a “board of psy­
chology” be established to regulate
publication of news of crime and sex
matters was made by Dr. James J.
Walsh, extension professor at Ford­
ham university and professor of phy­
siological psychology at Cathedral
college, in an address before the So­
ciety of Medical Jurisprudence at the
New York academy of medicine. Dr.
Walsh stated that publicity for crime
gave it an allurement and did not
act aa a deterrent.
“People crave to have something
happen to them—it may be some
thing alluring,” he said. “I remem­
ber having had a man say to me: ‘Do
you know, I have never had any­
thing happen to me? I have never
even been on a trolley car that killed
somebody ? This is a question of
craving to be in the limelight.
In England they do not permit
the showing of a motion picture of a
robbery because they find that boys
will be practicing it I believe that
here they say that if a crime is shown
punishment must be shown on the
same screen.
“You can understand how the
printing of all the sex details affects
us. The more prominent the people ar
the more interest is attached to them.
The idea, apparently, is to show,
after all, nobody is good. Some edi­
tors boast of how long they keep a
story like the New Brunswick mur­
der on the front page. Not only are
newspapers telling the stories, real
or supposed, of the sexual incidents
of the day before, but magazines nra
making it a point to print aex stories.
It is said that the news of crime
is printed completely, so thst in the
future it will not be committed. Were
there any more murders committed
in the old days before the news of
all the crimes was printed in detail?
The deterrence of crime is different
from giving it the allurements that
present publicity gives it.”
Speaking of the regulation of sani­
tary conditions by Boards of Health,
Dr. Walsh said in part:
“I am wondering whether under
the circumstances we do not need a
Board of Health for the mind as well
as for the body? Is there any reason
why we should have the details of
suicides? Don't you think, when you
read that the last holdup was com­
mitted by a boy of 19, that a similar
thing led him to do it as led the boy
who read the dime novel a few years
ago to steal his father’s revolver and
run away to Hoboken ? Could it hurt
anybody to prevent the publication
of these details ? Of course such .a
Board of Psychology would be liable
to abuses, but every good thing is
liable to abuses—even marrage.”
Ben Hur court No. 9 of Portland
entertained the supreme officers of
the tribe of Ben Hur Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sun­
day of last week. A number of spe­
cial meetings wen- held and a regular
meeting with a banquet was given
Friday evening. A new degree called
the Medlcrs’ degree was conferred on
a class of candidates.
Next Friday evening the court will
entertain with “500” and dancing in
Ames hall, Foster Road and 56th
street. Archer Place, to which every­
one is invited.
Grammar School Rulings Revised
A new system is being devised for
the grammar school baseball league
which opens its season about April
20. As in former years the city will
be divided into several sections, but
contrary to the usual method the
champion teams of the several sec­
tions will not compete for a city
championship nor will there be a cup
awarded. Other new rulings adopted
are: Each team will play two games
with each other school team, one on
the home grounds and one on the field
of the opposing team. Teams will
play for the championship of their
section. Each team may plays as
many independent games as they de­
sire. No student over 16 years of
age may play in league games, but
no age limit is placed on players in
independent games.
When you are planning your gard­
ens don't forget that tbe library haa
The ladies’ guild and Sunday
books on how to make both flower ! school of St. James mission chapel,
and vegetable gardens and also many 1 37th avenue and 72d street, will hold
different kinds of seed catalog:-,.
their Easter sale March 25. Miscel­
The following new books have been laneous article«, home-made candies COMMANDER WILLETT TELLS
added to the book collection:
and other goodies will be sold. Lunch
Weale, Putnam — An indiscreet (also will be served.
chronicle from the Pacific. This is
The ladies’ aid of Third United
an extra ordinary compilation, deal- Brethren church met Wednesday and I
ing with the steps taken to bring made small articles of clothing for
about the demine of the Anglo-Japa­ the near east relief.
nese treaty.
The Triple-H club met Tuesday
Wallace, Dillon—Story of Grenfell evening and displayed ability and ENRICHMENT OF PROMOTERS
of the labrador. A story of the great training to parents and older folk in
labrador missionary and benefactor a lively debate. The subject was:
by one who also has braved the hard­ Resolved, That it is sometimes justi­
ships and the perils of the Labrador fiable to tell a lie. The affirmative
“If the Ku Klux Klan would dis­
was supported by Ellis Lake, Chester card its sheet-wrappings and its
Abraham, J. J.—My Balkan Log. Elliott and Richard Jones; the nega­ name, poisoned with the damnable
The story of the achievements of tive, Velma Shepherd, George Guthrie memory of its infamous predecessor
modern science. The author was a and Beatrice Brummels. The judges, abandon its claim that it is the only
doctor in the British Red Cross unit Messrs. Blanchard and Barlow and 100 per cent American organization
in Serbia during the late war and* Mrs. Bishop, decided in favor of the in the country, get out into the open
has contributed an interesting page affirmative.
and fight like true Americans and
to the history of humanity.
The Parent-Teacher association of then pick out a new program to fight
Mantle, Burns—Best plays of 1821- Joseph Kellogg school will hold its for, there might be some excuse for
1922. This is the third volume of next meeting on Tuesday, Ma'ch 20. , the existence of such an organiza-
“The Best Plays SerieJs."
Mr. Shank bought the home oc­ l tion.”
Cabell, James Branch—“Gallantry.” cupied by the Bell family on 68th
This is the general view of the klan
“Gallantry is in its inception a story street and moved in Wednesday.
expressed by Judge James W. Wil­
of stories about the Jacobean period
A birthday surprise party was lett, commander of the Grand Army
in England and France. It has the giver. Mra. Theda Adams of 71st of the Republic, who visited Portland
right furniture, the masculine heroine street, March 13, at her mother’s | early this week.
scorning the effeminate hero, the home.
“I do not condemn every one con­
eavesdropping behind the screens, the
Mrs. J. Edward Fiest was a visitor nected with the klan,” said Com­
duel in the woods, the magnanimous at the home of her mother. Mrs. W. mander Willett. “I feel sorry for a
man of iron, the flippant exquisite, R. Lake, Monday.
lot of them. 1 know that there are
the last moments rescue.”
Mrs. J. H. Keeley was a visitor of thousands of deluded men who have
Young, Bret—“Red Knight.” The the C. W. Gray family Wednesday.
been mislead into aligning with this
hero, Robert Bryden, is an idealist,
. organization which cannot serve any
and an unflinching supporter of un­
purpose greater than enriching its
popular causes. The scene of the
| promoters.”
What bids fair to prove the most
novel is laid in Trinacria, in the Medi­
interesting musical-theatrical event I
of the present season is the week en-1
Fletcher, Joseph S.—“The Lost Mr.
gagement at the auditorium, begin­
Lenthwaite.” The interest centers in
ning Monday, March 19, of the San V.
tfic unraveling of an intricate plot
Carlo Grand Opera company. Greatly
By Autolycus
which results in the finding of the
augmented, both in numerical and
lost Mr. Linthwaite and the rescue
artistic proportions since its forces
Sceptics will tell you that it is ob­
of a fortune from a gang of crimi­
were heard here a year or so back, viously impossible for a prayer, whisp­
the San Carlo is now accredited the ered on earth, to be heard by God in
Snailts, J. C.—“The Van Roon.” A
most complete and finest balanced or­ heaven (granting, for the purpose of
novel of the conflict of desires—the
argument, as the sceptic would say,
ganization ever organized for touring the existence of a God and a heaven).
call of beauty as against the lure of
purposes, and everywhere in its Fifty years ago men would have said
travels this season has been received it was obviously impossible for a
with really great acclaim. With a word whispered in New York to be
force of 100 members, including an winged to Chicago. ' Then the tele­
AIMED AT CATHOLICS orchestra of 30 selected players, a phone was discovered. Next men said,
you have physical connection;
Washington, D. C.—(By N. C. W. chorus of 40 and more than 20 dis­ “But have
wires.” Now we have radio
C.)—A striking instance of an effort tinguished leading singers, the com­ you
no wires. Yet a word whispered
to harm the Catholic University of pany is now said to be all to wnich and
New York reaches me in Chicago.
America, but
which missed fire be­ grand opera pretentions aspire. A in
Perhaps God allowed us to discover
cause of the ignorance of
st its perpe- magnificent array of scenic produc­ the
principles of wireless transmis­
trator is pointed out in “ ‘ The
___ Goose- tions is promised by the San Carlo
in order to make it easier for
Step,” an alleged study of American management, representatives of wui.h sion
men to grasp the idea that a softly
Education, written by Upton Sinclair. are now in the city completing with murmured
prayer finds its way to
Mr. Sinclair, who endeavors to pose the Elwyn Concert Bureau, th? de­ Him.
as an impartial and painstaking in­ tails of the engagement. The San
vestigator, but many of whose recent Carlo company’s entire Pacific Coast
Lady Butler, who painted many
books, notably “The Profits or Reli­ tour is under the direction of the
gion,” are full of misleading and er­ local musical concern, and reports famous war canvasses, among them
roneous statements, makes the fol­ from Los Angeles and San Fran­ “The Roll Call,” and who was a sis­
cisco at which latter point the singers ter of the late Mrs. Meynell, has pub­
lowing observation:
“Also the Catholics have the»' edu­ are now enjoying an immensely suc- lished “An Autobiography” in which
she gives an interesting explanation
cation machine, and raise money
of the custom which prevails among
from wealthy Catholics for the pro­
officers of the British navy of drink­
tection of both Catholicism and
ing the king’s health whilst seated.
wealth. In the city of Washington
She learned that an order to this
they have a great central institution.
effect was given by William IV, who
An official of the United States De­
in promulgating it showed “royal
partment of Education writes me:
tact, being well aware that they could
“ ‘I made a study of the American
no more stand at that period of the
University in Washington not long
dinner than he could himself. So we
ago. There are a number of wealthy
” In a youthful diary kept by
men on the board. They are ob­
Lady Butler appears the following
viously placed there for the usual
interesting passage: “Mamma and I
purpose. Most of them never went
paid calls, one on Dickens—out, thank
to college themselves and they know
nothing about education in general
or in particular. I saw no occasion
to doubt their desire to do the best
Monday morning’s paper is easily
they know how for the institution.
the best of the week. In addition to
But some things they know about,
a double dose of the domestic news
from their associations, and others
which forms the basis of general con­
they do not. They simply cannot ap­
versation moonshine, automobile and
preciate, for example, the fine zeal
gunplay tragedies — the reader is
the founders had for the establish­
given on Monday morning a summary
ment of a great graduate university.
of the newest notions enunciated by
They can see a considerable demand
religious leaders who are breaking
for education in law and business,
their necks to keep ,.i Lae spotlight.
and so they very naturally let the
It is all very diverting, but very de­
institution turn in this direction.
plorable. The latest theological
Consequently a low grade law school
novelty is furnished by a Congrega­
tional minister of Chicago who get a
paragraph for the statement. “When
it is legally right to marry a couple,
some demand. The need for a great
I consider it is morally right.” This
graduate school, the trustees arc
idea makes the church a kind of
blissfully ignorant of, and I doubt
public utility, operating under license
very much whether on account of
from the police department. When a
their limited educational experience
minister has so low an estimate of
they will ever be able to appreciate
the importance of his calling, it must
the need for such a graduate insti­
be very difficult to convince people
tution in Washington.’7
his existence matters.
The institution referred to by Mr. Metropolitan Opera Co., Guest Artist
Sinclair and which he apparently be­
with San Carlo Opera Co.
United States is not unique in
lieves to be the Catholic University cessful engagement, are to the effect its The
possession of contradictory teach­
of America, is American University, that the productions are of a metro­ ers
and of strange religious notions.
a Methodist institution.
politan character, while at the same It is doubtful, in fact, whether Amer­
memory of its infamous redecessor, time there has been no increase in ica
can even claim to excel in this
price« above the usual theater scale. matter. Here are aome descriptions
The operas, which have beea se­ of themselves given by curates look­
lected with a view to appealing to all ing for jobs; and of their require­
Chester A Lyon states that Lents musical tastes, are as follows.
ments given by pastors seeking
has a clean slate for the month of
curates. They are from a single issue
The Repertoire
February when it comes to boy cases
Monday, March 19, “Aida”: Tues­ of the English Church Times (Angli­
reported to the juveline court. In day. “Madame Butterfly”; Wednes­ can):
Catholic priest. Daily Maas. Sung
checking up the court records for day matinee, “Tales of Hoffman”; Sundays. Unmarried preferably.
Wednesday evening, "Carmen”;
this month he finds only one case Thursday, Vavalleria Rusticanx” and I Colleague is
reported in atl the districts he ia “l’a(fliaeci”i Friday, “La Trariata”: worker. No frills. No extremes.
Colleague wanted. Bishop Gore
Saturday matinee, “Lohengrin”; Sat­
In view of the fact that this rep­ urday evening, “11 Trovxtore."
Colleague. Vestments and good
Seat sale at Sherman, Clay & Co.’s,
resents over one-third the population 315 Morrison street.
Curate wanted. Must state view»,
of Portland it is a remarkable record.«
Catholic, unmarried.
Red Ribbon Club Entertained
A missionary tea will be held St.
Members of the Red Ribbon club Vestments. Incense.
It would he interesting to see how
Patrick's day, March 17, in the Cable spent a pleasant afternoon at the Dr. Percy Stickney Grant would de­
Realty company’s office at Tremont home of Ann and Catherine Shindler scribe himself if he were looking for
This affair ia sponsored by the women laat Thursday. A short program was a job. But the necessity of his look
of the Fourth United Brethren church rendered. Dainty refreshments were ing for a job is remote, so long as
he can keep the press and public in­
of Tremont.
terested in his patter.