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Dr. E. Ardiel. late of th* Portland
I i> it< d Statrx Vi’terM >’ !i<*»|>it«l.
fl nd» bualnea* at Grays Groaning
good. Dr. Ardiel is a graduate of tha
Vnivarally of Nebraaka, 1908.
Morrison Handaakrr gala over an
appvndlritia operation to cavort into
tonailltia. But he ia atill the ener
Miaa Gladya Fry. 4126 54th street,
ia seriously ill at Portland Sana
Miaa Mamie langley of Corvallis
waa the houae guest of Mra. R. Hea-
aemer, 6712 44th avenue, Thuraday
and Friday of laat week.
Due to the lowering of Foater Road
when it waa paved, Frank
Muenater, the Myrtle Park grocer, la
compelled to have a aeriea of stope
built from the aidewalk up to the
entrance of hia store.
Mra. Yatea, of 64th atreet, moved
Tueaday to Orenco.
Marie Cahill, 13, 6643 Woodstock
avenue, who han been aerioualy ill
with pneumonia, ia convaleacing. Thia
family loet their mother laat week.
There are aix little children of whom
Marx- to th«- oldest. All have been
C, C. Heaaemer la building a house
and garage at 4434 56th street. Thia
ia the third houae Mr. Heaaemor haa
built on thia block during the laat
Mr. and Mra. lx-opold Dcrflug, 1003
64th atreet, are the proud parents of
a small daughter, born March 13.
Sam Duncan and family have
in. ved to 4226 67th street.
Mrs. Eva laiwrence, who formerly
livid at 4406 70th street, writes from
Loa Angeles. Cal., that they are
having beautiful sunshiny weather.
She likes there so far, but misses
her friends of thia community very
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Ball of Franklin
high school, viaited chapel at Reed
college Tuesday to hear Shailer Mat
thews of Chicago university, and
with other University of Chicago peo
ple lunched In the J npanene room of
the commons as the guests of the
Herahel, 7-year-old son of Mrs.
Jeanie Snodgrass, 7123 44th avenue,
has been very ill with pneumonia, but
At the Easter exercises of the
laurel wood Congregational Sunday
school, next Sunday morning, the Pa
cific university glee club will sing
and the Pilgrim boy»* choruj, a new
organisation in the church, will make
its initial appearance.
Alva T. Cuator, 6429 60th avenue,
haa returned from Marshfield where
he went to be at the bedside of his
sister who passed away.
™^Srs^niTnei, ¿712 44th avenue,
ceralions, but some trouble with her
vision has developed that is puzzling
th* doctors. Both nerve and eye
specialists have been called into con
sultation by Dr. E. A. Bommers, the
attending physician. Miss Mulkey la
at St. Vincent's hospital.
The Gleaners of the Anabfl Pres
byterian church will meet next
Wennesday, with Mrs. Davis at 1206
Sherman street. The topic of the
meeting it to be “Japan.” Mrs.
Brockman and Mrs. Howell will
Miss Amanda Reasoner, 4985 74th
street, who ia III at Sellwood hos
pital, is improving and expects to
come home soon.
Little June Whitman, 6730 63d ave
nue, had her tonsils removed last
All the men of the Arleta Baptist
church who can do so will meet at
the church Saturday afternoon and
work in order to have the church
ready for use Easter morning. The
gymnasium will not I m - ready for use
for some weeks yet.
The Woodcraft Boosters’ club will
give a card party at the Woodmen's
hall on 65th street next Tueaday eve
ning at 8 o'clock.
Prises will be
given. The card party is open to
Mrs. Charles D. Salvers of Glad
stone visltetp with her mother, Mrs.
A. 11. Mulkey, 6130 83d street on
Miss Daisy Hart, 6903 62d avenue.
Is III at St. Vincent's hospital, but
is getting on nicely.
Mra. Gertrude Jennings, 4711 72d
atreet, ia vlaiting her aiater in Se
attle for two or three weeks.
The remains of Henry M. Roberta,
87, who died of pneumonia at the
Pisgah home, Match 20, were taken
to Harrisburg foe burial.
services were held last Sunday in the
church at that place.
VOL. XXI, No. 13
LENTS STATION’, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1923
Rev. Mrs. C. P. Blanchard, 6718
Powell Valley Road, pastor of the
United Brethren church at Amboy,
Wash., was here during the week.
Mrs. I-auer, 7031 Whitman avenue,
has been ill but is improving.
A card party will be held at the
home of Mra. Harwiss, 6829 44th
avenue on Thursday evening, April 6,
by the women of the altar society of
St. Anthony’s church.
E. R. Mickley, 3722 69th street,
died Sunday. He had been ill for about
a year. He leaves a widow and five
young children. Funeral services were
held Tuesday morning at Miller A
Tracy’s funeral parlors. Rev. J. F.
Ghormley, of the Kern Park Chris
tian church, conducted the services.
Mr. Ghormley married Mr. and Mrs.
Mickley eight years ago. The sym
pathy of the community goes out to
the bereaved family.
At 6:16 Harold Holmes will lead
the young people in the Easter serv
ices. The Wade quartet will provide
The church choir, under the direc
tion of J. A. Finley, will give an eve
ning of sacred music at 7:30. The
pastor will give a short message on
"Things Worth While.”
In beginning this great day the
Arleta church will hold a sunrise
prayer meeting on the crest of Mount
Tabor at 6:45.
Other churches of
the city are invited to join in this
Little Miss Wallace Has Party
Miss Norma Wallace, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wallace, 6030
86th street, celebrated her 2d birth
day with a party Tuesday afternoon.
Her guests were Mrs. Middleton and
her 3-year-old daughter, Mary; Mrs.
Meta Synder and her little daughters,
Elinor, age 4, and Lois, 2-months-old;
Mrs. Van Kleek and little daughter,
Catherine; Mrs. Waller and her
daughter, Druacilla, and Mrs. W.
David. Refreshments of sandwiches
and pink and yellow cakes were
served. The little folks sat at a table
by themselves. During the afternoon
several snapshots of the group were
The prevailing epidemic of flu and
Baptists to Meet
kindred ailments is demoralising the
teaching force at Franklin high
The city mission union of the Bap
school. On Tuesday 12 teachers were tist churches will meet at the White
absent on account of sickness, among Temple. Twelfth and Taylor streets,
Mrs. George Shriver, 5402 39th them being Principal 8. F. Ball.
Tuesday, April 3, for the annual
avenue, left Monday night for San
Twenty-four women of Mrs. Fin meeting and election of officers. The
Raphael, Cal., where she will make ley’s class of the Arleta Baptist Sun business meeting will begin at 10:30
day school met for a social evening at A. M. and the program at 2 P. M.
Mr. and Mra. Boyd, 5403 39th ave
the home of Mrs. S. I. Paine, 4923
nue, are back home after spending
Mrs. Swope's Missionary Activities
66th street on Monday evening.
the winter in California.
Mrs. Ward Swope, state secretary
Mr. and Mrs. J. Torpling, of 53d EASTER SERVICES OF LOWER of the woman’s missionary society of
avenue, are moving to Lenta where
the Christian church, conducted an all
MOUNT SCOTT CHURCHES
they have bought a home.
day meeting at the First Christian
The seventh and eighth grades of
Kern Park Christian
church, March 20, in the interest of
Arleta school, went to the rehearsal
The day will be begun with a sun the golden jubilee of , the society
of the symphony orchestra Wednes rise prayer meeting at 7, with Mrs. which is being celebrated this year.
Ward Swope as leader.
Following On March 21 she organized a mis
A talk will be given at the Arleta thia breakfast will be served at the sionary society in the Montavilla
library on “Diet for the Family" at church by the young people of the Christian church.
2:30, April 6, by the extension de congregation.
W. E. Whitman SeRs Home
partment of Oregon Agricultural col
Bible school at 9:45 will be followed
lege. This is under the auspices of
E. Whitman has sold his home,
by a merged service of the Sunday
the Kellogg Parent-Teacher associa
school and church at 11, with special 6720 53d avenue, and will move to
tion, but the public is urgently in Faster music and an address by the Piedmont next Thursday. Mr. Whit
vited to take advantage of the talk.
man ia president of the ninth district
Mra. Lida Knickbocker and daugh
of the Multnomah county Sunday
Christian Endeavor at 6:30.
ter, Eva, of 60th street, have been
school union, which comprises the
At 7:30 an Easter song service will Mount Scott district, and is active in
having the flu, but are improving.
Forest and Faye, son and daughter be conducted by the choir under the religious and civic movements gen
of Rev. F. E. Finley, of Laurelwood leadership of Mrs. Mary Vail Bil erally. It is thought Mr. Whitman
Methodist church, have been sick this lingsley.
is moving from this section tempo
rarily and will not sever his connec
A. Y. Steoves, of 70th street and
tions with the community enterprises.
Rev. Boudinott Seeley, superintend
62d avenue, agent for Salads Tea, haa
ent of city missions, will preach at 11.
Franklin Jarvis Hurt
a booth at the food show this week.
The Arleta baseball nine played Following the sermon there will be
Franklin Jarvis, 12- year- old son
the Woodmere team on the Woodmere the communion services and a recep of Walter Jarvis, 3823 66th street,
grounds Tuesday evening. The score tion of new members.
fell off his bicycle while delivering
The evening services will be in papers on Foster Road, near 64th
was 16 to 9 in favor of Arleta.
Mra. Hattie Wilson, who has been charge of the women's society, the street, March 23. He broke both
visited Monday with her sister-in-law.
Mrs. C. W. Diet of Gilbert station, living on 65th street, is buying a place Gleaners, and will consist of special bones of the right leg midway be
tween the knee and the ankle. The
and in the afternoon both of them on 61st street, near 48th avenue and Easter music.
bones were set at Portland Sana-
visited their niece, Mrs. L. M. Castner, expects to move next week.
Tremont United Brethren
Mrs. J. M. Rosenberry, 2930 61st
tarium, and Franklin is now at home
of the Caatner poultry farm.
The Sunday school will give an recovering.
Mra. Roy D. Armatrong and amall street, ia ill with the grip.
son, Bruce, 7013 52d avenue, are aick
John Furman, who formerly lived Easter program at 10:30 Sunday
ARI.ETA LIBRARY NOTES
on 52d street, but is now a resident morning. This will be followed by a
Mrs. Myrtle Thielman, who for of Bay City, is visiting in this com short sermon on “The Significance of
Easter,” by the pastor. Rev. R. B.
The most fascinating autobiogra
merly lived in Firland, but now lives munity this week.
The woman’s missionary society of Evans. At 8 the pastor will preach phical work published during the past
on East Davis street, visited Mon
day with Mrs. Glen Sanders, 7132H the Ijiurelwood Methodist church met on the theme, “Three Great Earth year is “Up Stream,” by Ludwig
This is a story of an
with Mrs. Nelson Holcomb, 7009 61st quakes.”
American critic of German origin,
Herbert L. Greer, 4520 74th street, avenue, Wednesday afternoon. An
St. Anthony's Catholic
whose experiences in literary and
has been very ill with flu, but is im hour was spent in the study of the
missionary text book, “The Trend of
Easter services will be held at 7 educational life were a continuous
process of disillusionment. His ar
Mrs. James Donham, 70th street the Races," and an address was given and 9 by Rev. G. Sniderhon.
raignment of the hypocriscy, materi
and 64th avenue, has gone to Seat by Mrs. Cook, president, St. John’s
alism and in tolerance of present-day
tle to care for her son who ia ill.
missionary society. Mrs. Cook has
Miaa Buoy, Creston school teacher, recently visited some of the institu
The Sunday school will give an America has the convincing power of
haa been very 111 with ptomaine tions supported by the woman’s so Easter program at the morning hour. sincerity, although presented with
much personal bitterness.
poisoning, and though her life waa ciety and told of their work in in
“Mysterious Japan" is a delightful
despaired of for a time she is some teresting fashion.
what improved now. Mias Bouy for
Mrs. J. A. Harmon, 7004 62d ave
A merged service of the Sunday ly written book of travel by Julian
It is neither political nor
merly taught in the primary grades nue, recently underwent an operation school and church will be held at Street.
in Arleta school.
on her hand. She is getting along 10:30 A. M. In addition to the chil critical—just his
Miss Vaahti Johnson, 4911 34th
A calendar cycle meeting was held H. Jones, will give a short Easter
“Seeing Things at Night,” by Hey
avenue, returned Monday to Oregon
wood Brown, are his impressions of
Agricultural college after the spring Friday evening at the I-aurelwood Ulk.
happenings of modern living—a new
vacation. Her sister, Miss Helen Methodist church. Mrs. Allison acted
book or play, a new fashion or the
Johnson, was forced to remain at as hostess.
Mrs. Mary Van Hom, who former
The Arleta Baptist church will en outburst of some speaker. Some of
home on account of a nervous break
ly lived at 7120 44th avenue, died joy the unique pleasure of a home- the selections show his well-known
The people of the Creston district March 19, at Seaview, Wash. She coming service, Easter Sunday. For wit; others are serious discussions,
enjoyed an old-fashioned entertain suffered a paralytic stroke on Tuea some weeks past the Baptist con and some are as lovely and poetic as
ment at the Creston school Friday day and died the following day. She gregation haa enjoyed the hospitality can be found.
evening, March 30.
The proceeds waa 64 years old. She waa an aunt of the Laurelwood Congregational
A book for all lovers of Joseph
of Nelaon Lawrence, 4910 60th street. church while their own building was
went for the swimming tank.
Conrod is his “Notes on Life and Let
At the annual congregational meet
ters.” A volume, says Conrad, made
way for the new structure now being
ing of the Anabel Presbyterian church of Oregon City viaited Mra. Wana-
from taking the broom and tidying up
built. The Bible school unit is again
held Monday evening reporta were meker’s brother. Nelson Iztwrence,
the “small, but unbroken bits” of the
ready for occupancy and the con
given indicating strong and substan 4910 60th street, Tuesday.
authors own choice. They include
C. W. Luta, 4006 49th atreet, went gregation will return to its own build essays on Henry James, Stephen
tial growth during the past year.
Mias Paige, a member of the to the hospital laat week for treat
Crane, Alphonse Daudet. Anatole
Franklin high faculty, is out for a ment. He had been to the hospital be held at 9:46, with appropriate France, Maupassant, Turgenev, on
and returned home, but waa compelled
few weeks for rest cure.
books, sea stories, war events and
will rally for work in Its own loca many other topics revealing the
Mabel Wing, small daughter of J. to return for further care.
F. Wing, 8929 Foater Road, is im
Captain "Jack” Robinson, who for tion. The chorus will give special writer in a ruminating, easy-minded
proving alowly after a very serious merly lived at Creston, now chief of Easter numbers. The male quaratet mood.
the Wawalona, is a sweet of Mr. and
The library has received a new col
will sing. Mr. Day will preach upon
Mias Anna Mulkey, 6130 83d street, Mrs. B. B. Walsh while his vessel ia
lection of music books. This includes
“The Unconquered Christ.” The or
who was injured laat week while at here in port.
music for the piano, voice, violin and
tempting to board a street car, is brought back many curioa from China dinance of the Lord’s Supper will be mandolin.
observed at the close of the services.
recovering from her bruises and las- and Japan with him.
LEGENDS OF KING SOLOMON
HELD “PEACE PIPE ’ SACRED
A very pretty wedding took place Famous Monarch's Magic Carpet Is American Indiana Atta-.had Immense
at 8:30 Thursday evening, March 22,
Ons of the Best Known—Con
Importance to the Caremony That
cerning Angel of Deatn.
at the home of Mrs. Audore Olson,
Accompanied Ito Smek.ng.
3549 63d street, when her daugh
A well-known Mohammedan myth Is
The smoking of the “Pipe of I'c.iceT
ter, Amanda, became the bride of
ebout King Soluiuuo and a magic car among the American Ind eua waa a
Marion Beach Moore.
pet. Tbe legend Is to the effect that ceremony attended with great golem
The home was tastefully decorated
Solomon, In bls Intense pride In his ! ally. The peace pipe, called by the
with ferns, sweetpeas and roses, and horses and chariots, which were a du
the improvised altar was banked with i bious and half-forbidden Innovation : French tbe calumet,* waa treated witn
great reverence and was brought out
plama. The bride was attended by among the adjuncts of Jewish royalty, only upon the moot Important occa
Miss Eileen Hume, as bridesmaid, and had once been surprised in the midst sions, sucti as the making of peace
Glen E. Moore, brother of the bride of a review by the voice of tbe muez treaties, the reception of a distin
groom, as best man. Rev. John M. zin (Eastern legends are Indifferent guished stranger with whom the tribe
Paxton, pastor of the Anabel Presby about anactiruniams) and the sum wished to be upon good terms. If the
mons to the evening prayer. Not occasion did not bring forth tbe pipe
terian church, performed the cere
knowing how to attend In time to this
mony. The bride was given away by religious duty, Solomon magnificently of peace. It was a sign of hostility.
To refuse to smoke it when offered
her brother, Oden M. Olson.
consecrated all his 40,000 horses to was a cause of offense. The calumet
The bride was gowned in ivory Allah and his service. In reward for was between two and three Inches
satin and carried a shower boquet of this sacrifice. Allah presented Solomon long, and the stem rather than the
roses and orchids. The bridesmaid with a magic carpet, which would at bowl was the object of the Indian’s
wore a flesh colored gown and car a wish, transport to any distance the reverence. The stem was of reed,
person who sat upon it.
artistically decorated with women's
Once, as Solomon was consulting hair or eagle’s quills.
Follownig the ceremony a buffet
with his grand vizier, Azrael. the An western tribes the pipe bowl was of
supper was served.
gel of Death, passed by and gazed cu
The young couple will make their riously at the vizier, who, in alarm, red catlinite, a fine-grained stone of
deep red color found In Coteas des
home at 3005 58th street.
entreated the king to lend him tbe Prairies, west of Big Stone lake, In
magic carpet, and bade it transport South Dakota. The Indians of tbe
George E. Macauley
him to the center of the desert of South and East made the bowl of
George E. Macauley, 64, 4536 65th Arabia. No sooner had be gone than white stone pierced with several holes
street, died of heart disease March Azrael said to tbe king. “Booked at so that several stems could be used at
24, after a very brief illness. Be- ' that man so closely because, having the same time. The calumet quarries
sides his widow and son, Holden, he : been forbidden to summon his soul were regarded as neutral ground
from the center of the great desert. I among the warring tribes and there
is survived by three sisters, Mrs. ’
saw him, to my surprise, standing here were many sacred traditions connect
Nellie Graves, Independence, Or.; Mrs. with you."
ed with these spots.
Margaret Richardson and Alice Mac
The legend is supposed to illustrate
auley, Portland. Interment was in two truths—that no man can ever es
Riverview. Mr. Macauley had been a cape his destiny, and that often he
FURTHER HINTS ABOUT MEN
resident of Arleta for 15 years. For ! fulfills It the more certainly by the
It Would Seem That Writer Has
many years he was engaged in the I very endeavor to escape it.
Given Pretty Thorough Considera
real estate business and had a large ,
tion to the Subject.
circle of acquaintances and friends in i GENIUS FINDS MANY OUTLETS
“There never was a man too near
Interesting to Noto What a Perusal
sighted to see the look of admiration
Stork’s Busy Season
of ths Patent Office Gazette
in a pretty woman's eyes."
The stork has had an active March.
“A good woman inspires a man, a
Among those who have been favored
Mouse traps were selected by a brilliant woman Interests him, a beau
with visits are: Mr. and Mrs. E. B. philosopher as the subject for his il tiful woman fascinates him—but the
Wood, 5716 83d street, a daughter, lustration of tbe esteem of Inventive considerate woman gets him."
“When it comes to making love, a
March 12; Mr. and Mrs. Leopod Der- genius If he were alive today he
fler, 4903 4th street, a son, March 13; would probably be a constant and girl can always listen so much faster
than a man can talk.”
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Skaalheim, 3723 thoughtful reader of the Patent Office
“Love, the quest; marriage, th« con
67th street, a daughter, March 13;
quest ; divorce, the Inquest."
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Rock, a publications of our time, ramarks tbe
“Most marriages, nowadays, seem
daughter, March 18; Mr. and Mrs.
built for speed rather than for endur
In a single Issue he would observe,
Fra”.; T. Gump, 7325 54th avenue, a
not only mouse traps, but contrivances ance.”.
“There gre only two kinds of per
son, March 19; Mr. and Mrs. Glen for pretty much the whole range of
Allen, 5708 67th street, a son, March modern activity. “Fishing tools" to fectly faultless men—the dead and
20; Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Matgaaon. use In oil wells appear next to Uve-balt the deadly."
* “One reason why a maats Bfe 4s SO
5003 32d avenue a daughter, March 22. boxes for the reel disciples of Isaak
much fuller than a woman’s Is because
Walton. Apparatus for making pe
he spends nearly three quarters of it
troleum Increase its yield in gasoline
GETS $20,000 VERDICT
in hunting up things for a woman to
AGAINST THE KLAN
shoe heel and a dish washer go to
“A widow’s chief consolation in re
Houston, Texas.—(Ey N. C. W. C.) gether. A car dumper which laughs st
marrying la probably that she finds it
—Miss Nelda Mayer of Needville, 50 tons and a sure means of catching
leas exhausting to sit up and wait for
Texas, has been awarded and paid cockroaches face each other. Out of one man to come home evenings, than
$20,000 as a result of her suit against
to sit up and wait for a lot of them to
the members of Richmond Klan, of Ingenuity appearing week by week go home."—From “A Guide to Men,"
In the severe type of the Patent Office
Realm of Texas, Knights of the Ku
by Helen Rowland.
Gazette is likely to come much of the
Klux Klan, who sent her a threaten progress of the future.
ing letter in language that defamed
Famous Chinas« Tomba.
her character. Miss Mayer sued for
The famous Ming tombs are located
$200,000, and a compromise judg
A Kentucky negro who had been In near Nanking, China. On th« road
ment for $20,000 was rendered the city only shout two months got a that leads to them from Nanking are
against the Klan in the federal court job as hall boy in an apartment house colossal figures of carved stone. These
that hss seen better days; a choice are statues of Chinese kings. The
for the eastern district of Texas.
A motion of the attorney for the building once, but one that went the Mongols under Genghis Khan's suc
cessor swept across Asia and Russia
Klan to dismiss the suit on the g~”nd way with many others during the
and overran Hungary. He defeated
that there was “no cause for action” housing shortage and was cut up into the Germans and Poles In 1241. But
sleeping cubicles by absentee land
was overuled. Exhibits and evidences
ladies with an eye to fat weekly in the mongols were beaten by Egypt In
were filed to show that the threaten take.
1260. After that their power waned,
ing letter was under the seal of the
and China was able to throw off the
Klan. Miss Mayer was employed as
Mongol yoke In 1360, when she estab
a bookkeeper and has always borne see a man living In the house. The
hall boy responded that the person lished a rule of native kings—the
a good reputation.
great Ming dynasty. Under the
sought was not In.
“Well, take me up to his place, any Mings. China flourished until 1644.
ST. PETERS’ PARISH
Then the Manchus. another Mongol
how," said the caller.
Masses Easter Sunday will be at
“Dey ain't no use takln' you up.” people, reconquered China, and re
8 and 10:30. The early Mass will be expostulated the hall boy. “I done mained masters until 1912.
There Is a fence bnilt around these
a high Mass with special Easter pro tole you, mister, dat gentleman Is gone
statues, because the Chinese believe
Dedication and Confirmation
“Take me up," persisted the visitor. that the statues would be very mad
The new church will be dedicated
If a common Chinaman were to touch
leave a message with his folks."
Sunday, April 8, before the 10:30
“Mister," replied the youth with an them.
Mass, after which the Sacrament of
Confirmation will be administered by air that dismissed the question for all
Most Rev. Archbishop Christie. The time, “It won't do no good. Dey ain’t
women of the parish will serve a hot no folks lives here at all, Jes' room-
The world has its “blind spots" for
chicken dinner immediately after serv era.”
thunder and lightning, says a bulletin
I of the National Geographic society.
A mission will be given by the
The brilUant flash of lightning and
Where Up le Down.
Franciscan Fathers from April 15 to
22. It will open with high Mass at
A couple of young Englishmen were the crackle and rumble of thunder
trying to ..rite a southern song to fit a would be as Impossible of conception
by many Eskimos as would “solid wa
Mrs. Lucinda Barnards was buried vaudeville act for America.
from the church Thursday morning
“Now we mustn't foozle like Algy," ter" by equatorial savages.
with requiem Mass. Deceased had
In general the frequency of thunder
declared one. “He wrote a song en
come from Emmet, Idaho, two weeks
storms decreases as one goes north,
previously to regain her health. For titled 'Away Down South In Oregon,' until within the Arctic and Antarctic
tified by all the rites of the Church and Oregon Isn’t down south at alt"
The next day one of them met an Circles they seldom occur.
that she had joined later in life and
When Katmal volcano, on the Alas-
surrounded by her bereaved husband American in the grill and asked him
kan peninsula, erupted In 1912, some
and seven grown children she passed what state he hailed from.
of the adult natives of the vicinity
away peacefully. Interment was in
“I came from down In Maine."
were more terrified at the lightning
Mount Scott cemetery. Rest in peace.
“Down In Maine?" was asked.
A wonderful spirit of faith has
"Down tn Mains," the other insisted. and thunder that accompanied the
been displayed all through Lent,
Immediately the youngster bawled dust clouds than at the possibility of
which augurs well for the future of
hts partner In ths lobby: “Hl, there, being burled by ash. because they had
of religion in this district.
Percy, I’ve got our location for a nothing In their lifelong experience by
which to Judge the blinding and deaf
OUR LADY OF SORROW’S PARISH southern song."
ening noIse from the skies.
Holy week will be observed with all
The Silver Penny.
due solemnity. The attendance at all
Honor Is due the penny for its an
Lenten services has been very satis
The luminous ingredient In paints la
Ths uret emperor of the
factory and edifying.
Franke used as the basts of his coin anally either calcium sulphide, barium
* -With the new hall ready for use, age the pfennig of which 240 were or strontium carbonate or sulphate, or
the social activities of the various coined from one pound of silver. The mixture« of these chemicals may be
parish societies will be greatly aug stiver penny was the first sliver coin need. An example of a luminous paint,
mented. The first event will be given struck tn England. At first it was giving a violet, is as follows: 100 parts
by the local Holy Name society made with a cross ent In so deeply of strontium carbonate, 100 parts of
Thursday, April 5. A very good or
sulphur, 0.6 parts each of potassium
chestra will provide music for the oc that It could easily be broken tn halves chloride and sodium chloride, 0.4 parts
manganese chloride. These are heated
The women of the altar society will Copper pennies were first coined In
take up the supervision of the bi 1797. At one time there was a gold an hour to 75 mlnutee to about 2,372
weekly card parties and socials again. penny tn England. It was Introduced degrees F. The point la prepared by
The first of these agreeable affairs by Henry III, and was worth 26 silver mixing this with pore linseed oil.
will be held Tuesday, April 10.