Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1789-1963 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: Washington State Library; Olympia, WA
Newspaper Page Text
STOP Ford Owners Remember, our Service Department when your car needs attention. We specialize in Ford Repairs. Mr. Bechtel took a special course of instruction in the Ford Motor at the factory in Detroit. Our prices are always most rea sonable. B. B. GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION BECHTEL & BALDWIN This Glider Soars, Sans Power, • Just Like a Bird rspilEltli'S something peculiar, something; seems to be missing, about 1 »•»•» Plane, what? Well, slightly. It has no engine, no motor, no power-producing equipment of any kind. It's a gilder—the one Which at Roahn, Germany, recently won a prise by flying for 21 minutes and then landing, to show how well it was under the pilot's control, within 30 feet of the spot It started from. All the glider needs la the help of .in automobile, or, on the water, of a motor boat, to give it Its Initial run for a lump Into the air. after which It soars by Itself. This cuts down the cost of operation so much that '* la predicted U will yet become "the man's aeroplane."; HATS CLEANED AND BLOCKED GLOVES CLEANED LADIES' CLEANING A SPECIALTY LYNDEN CLEANERS Pearl Wall, Prop. PHONE XO4l NOT TOO EARLY To think of Christmas. Decide now to buy Electrical Gifts — they always please. LYNDEN PLUMBING & LIGHTING CO. We call and deliver THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYNDEN, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1922 TO GIVE FREE MATINEE I FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN Manager Hollenbeek of the Liberty Theater will give a free matinee Wednesday at 4 p. m. for the school children of tho district, when he shows the re- N markable scenic feature, "Na- Book of the North." The Arctic region Is pictured ; in hundreds of aspects. — ° To Entertain Kensington Club Members of the Kensington Club and their husbands will be entertained Friday evening at the L. J. Brown home by Mrs. D. L. ■ Beckes and Mrs. Brown. o Returns With Team Mrs. William Kelly returned from Wenatchee Saturday. Mr. I Kelly Is returning with team and wagon. Bruised in Full Miss Vemlta Crosier was | injured last week In a fall from j a chair in a restaurant at Con crete, where she is employed. She was standing on the chair I filling a large coffee urn, when she tipped over. Mr. and Mrs. T. Hofnian are expected back this week from Canada. Mrs. Fred De Hoogh returned Friday from Yakima. Miss Nella Verbrugge spent the week-end at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Dena Troost. Mr. Henry Blow and George Vander Yacht returned Wednes day from their trip across the. mountains. Mrs. Earl Tremain is employed In Bellingham now. New Golf Champion of America GENE SARAZEN, 21-year-old Plttsbui-gcr. save Oolfdom the surprise of its existence when he defeated a field of 329 experts and cap tured the National Open Championship at Chicago recently. Expert , ' dopesters" had not considered him in the running at all. Besides winning the cup, it la estimated that Sarazen can make close to $GO,OOO in ex hibitions before he is called upon to defend his title. THE HENRY HOOZITS IT'S TOASTED one extra process whloh gives ■ dellolous flavor JNGREGATION BIDS PASTOR FAREWELL AT RECEPTION A farewell reception for Rev and Mrs. H. K. Pasma was held Tnursday evening at the I. O. O. F. Hall by the members of the Reformed Church congrega tion, The atfalr was in charge of the Girls' Service League. A fine program was given, followed by refreshments. Rev. Pasma made a farewell address. Rev. and Mrs. Pasma and fam ily left Tuesday for Charleston, Miss. To Return from East Mr. and Mrs. Frank Le Cocq are expected back this week from their visit in South Dakota. Mrs. 11. Stuurman entertained relatives Wednesday evening in honor of Mr. Stuurman's birth day anniversary. Ry Gary SEATTLE COUNCIL URGES DEFEAT OF REFERENDUM tfl The following resolution has been received from the Seattle City Council: Resolved, that we appeal to the people of the State of Wash ington to defeat once more Ref erendum No. 12, known as the "Certificate of Necessity Bill." Further that we ask for the people of the City of Seattle, and ill other municipalities of tho state, the utmost freedom in es tablishing and developing elec tric power as one of the potent means for bringing prosperity in the great State of Washington. Passed by the City Council Oct. 30, 1922. Oliver T. Erickson, President pro tern Danced on 91st Birthday MRS CATHERINE ST. ELME ot Atlanta celebrated her ninety first birthday by dancing at a party her daughter cave in honor of tIM anniversary Her gowm, more than 100 years oIJ, was a party frock Bet mother wore. Mrs. St. Elme goes to several dances every season ; and has plenty of partners. WASTED Clean White Rugs 10c a Pound. Bring Them To The Tribune Office The Galumet Kid If you can call at the office for yours to save mailing, do so. If you can use a quarter of beef, or more, call in for our low quantity price. PALACE MEAT MARKET JOHN BERGER CHARLES DE JONG AN EXCHANGE OF PHOTOGRAPHS KEEPS FRIENDSHIP CLOSE Before the rush of the Christmas Season takes your time — See Sather for an appointment. EVERYBODY READS TRIBUNE WANT ADS I've Got " A FREE PUZZLE FOR EVERYBODY MAN, WOMAN >« CHILD Here s something for you—a new puzzle —and say, it's sure a dandy. Wish you could see the big stack I've got piled up here—looks like a mountain. There are thousandsand thousands of them—all packed ready for me to put your name and address on, just as soon as you send them. I want every boy and girl, every man and woman to have one of these Calumet Puzzles. It's more fun than a box of monkeys—the longer you work with this puzzle the more interested - you become—the better you like it. Send for one—see how long it takes you. to solve it—spring it on some of your clever friends—see how fast their brains work—see if they can solve a real puzzle. Don't wait—cut the coupon out of the paper right now; right away—fill in your name and address—send it with a two cent stamp to help pay post age and mailing cost Care of The Tribune, Lynden. Washington LOW PRICES FOR YOU ON MEAT SATHER'S STUDIO SEND FOR IT!