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_1|68. - _ irrr iiriiv SjHsyIK fill Ef Urn L^A^Mrliwll ... 1'X jt.!'' Ftii I HAL^WJL I iW fc'l T d T ter P netted for a mee? HttmMjnSwn^ M# nf West yifffjtala projects ' The fev:Kw^orlgsues Uni in the fpnn <!jr#r, pastor of Grace English ^^^^nntnfrltboat ceaslny, m 1 H " Howard Wads worth Elected President of Improvei v".' ment Society. f is n igjpr F^ipi mjijif iji< Hlffi i ii ill Y\] cuss Public Questions iii Fleming Chapei. < > . ' Edgemont 1a to bo improved. Edge- 1 moni people have joined, heartily in \ the irfovement and .came but last night 1 in nqmbero quite sufficient to meet I the reqAfttments for an uplift organization.' T'^y- met at 'Fleming chapel and elected officers for the improve?mam> fattsMA an fftllnwo Knonrri auvtllr . iwuguv HU . .wMv ir . ?.v ? >.. ^ Wadsworth, president; Stuart Wallace, secretary; reception-committee, J, E. Anderson,. J, H. Beckman, Arch Fleming, -Mrs. Forest Wmmg and Mrs, Frank Neely; Invitation committee, Stewart Wallace, chairman;' R. E, Davis, Miss Jessie Vahdervort, Rpth Snider and Mary. Rice; arrangement 'committee, Frank Neoly chair man, Arch leming, Saiil Hunt, Howard Wadsworth, J. }E: -Anderson, Helen . Pool,myaJohnson, LouiseSnider and Specially invite young men, residents 5 Edgemont, to attond t?e meetings which are to^e held ^thj^lairt^losday which he gave last evening emphasized the need tor n community to get to- ?. gother, Jt ,wu8 planned to obtain speakers from different.-walks in life j to talk on-various huslhesa and social J snbj'dctB at Uie dJfferenV meetings and " to combine an instructive and a Bocial hour in such a manner that all who .came would go away benefited, A very delightful program was enjoyed :-with & very good attendance in unite of the '-rain. The chapel choir sang some very beautiful selections and Howard Wadaorth spoke a few words of 'welcome.. Rev. Baird Mitchell gave an address, using the end of the year , and' all the thoughts this brought as a subject for his talk. He emphasized.;again,'the heed for a community to get' together- and' Bpoke of the great.opportunity fqrservice In a. community. Organization. The remainder of the program consisted ' of additional-musical numbers, a talk by R. E. Davis, and a recitation by; Miss Wallace. A. social hour was speoVand refrestanents served. After a benediction by Rev. Mitchell, the meeting adjourned until the last Tuesday In January. Prediction has been made that the movement, will be a great success. Edgemont people have but one church and that a small chapel called Fleming chapel which holds members 5e? a ob^i BBSS ^ Pnrpo'sos. Trouble had been had this year in securer aministerf or thls chape). Rev. Bafrd Mitchell has given his Services once every few. weeks to an evening church meeting which- report states has been greatly enjoyed. ^ j,mi i ' mi I-:. B nttifl awiriiis to Preserve Her Honor -?;?' (Br Associated Press.) NBW YORK, Jan. 1.?A frail, tear stained girl of 12 years,'walked into the Mercer street police station early today, handed the lieutenant * revolver, and said she had jhst killed a 1 "bad man," who had attempted to assault her at. her home during the absence of her parents. Investigation by the police apparently substanitated much-of the jflrTs. Story. Tomasso Troia, a. peddler, who lived in the - same house,; was: found on the floor with' a bullet through' hit heart The girl, Blloenja Gamblma, said that after, she had.fired the fatal shot she got a clothes line, intending to strangle, the peddler. 'After waiting threehourit for the nwtf to xnovi* ' ishe said, she ,walked to the. police st? ... tion ahd told her story) < > The etrl is held'on a chares Of..;# 1 venile delinquency., r i i , j i "| i ntrt i ib i i i mii'in' i , i i i ? j_'.J j_i_ '* ^ 11 i ^k.1/ At Fob. 5?British trangrort 'Tuicania torp^d&ed aiid sunk off Irish coast \ CUi2ff&*)\i: M*r* <?Rumania surrenders to Genn^jy. ^ WTn iiir 1 Mar. 21?^Germans start "spring offensive" on Western ,|*ront. aiming'to i^L " Ja J^P^y Mar Paris and chj.nnei^orts. ^ ' ^ ^ Mar. 23 be** gwf 0 mmmmzsm fl May A.?Third American Liberty Loan oversubscribed. " ^T\A sr^.-J JfekysT May 5?Austrians start "drive"'on Italy. * : ' May 29?Americans captureCantigriy. ' s. \ / ' yZ ""*r*" aw. Julv 18?-Foch launches Entente,Ally and American offensive acalnst Ger 1^.1.; I,r i .. t . ' .. ; 7 g Irll I ll I ll*^ll ' I Sorthecn Pacific C l Alrtost at the 1 \ Journey Acm SA|fU TIE VI Of the 2,480 Passengers On Wounded?These Ai %-t ? (By Associated Press.) NEW YORK. Jan. 1.?The transport Northern Pacific, carrying 2,400 troops and annmber of nnrsos,, wi^nt aground off Piro Island at 3:80 o'clock this mon4pg. Seven hours later, with weather conditions unfavorable, rain and snow falling intermittently and a aonthairlV wind blowing the vessel harder into the sand, navy officials saw -no prospect thfit the ship would be released until .^morrow and; a coast guard orew began passing lines from the shore. . The vessel w&s rolling heavily in-a sea ..which appeared,to be getting rougher, and while no apprehension was egpresssed by navy officials as to the safety of those aboard. It wgs re & r^U o ~ ~; 2i 6 tp;G^^g ^nd f ^j| Lo ' . I moved in togii and ; : b wts'td a resce fleet, which,; and aegtroyerky?wntf?roM^^^^M army embarkation p<^ a response tH't,ttrffiM|^^l eelved from the gtraa*|^ra^^^H rectly oppoilte $&-' ken ezprefleko^ '|?^g9n|^^^^^H heavyf^ya? entirely responsible for were i". 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