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Brooklyn Sunday Star from Brooklyn, New York • 27

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BROOKLYN OBER 2, 1927 IN' JUNGLETOWN Misguidea Strength By WA WATCH THIS HEY VA ROCK GOT. TWO RATS ON a ANC CHILDREN CRANE NECKS TO SEE BAFFLING TRICKS OF MAGIC The Men's Club of the Church off the Holy Apostles, P. gave professional entertainment to the Sunday School children on Monday night in the. church hall, Greenwood avenue near Prospect avenue. Nearly 200 kiddies craned their necks and squinted their eyes at baffling tricks of magic, jugglers, a shadowgraph artist and a ventriloquist, who succeeded in elevating their glee.

This is the first affair of its kind' to be offered and its success in providing a recreative evening for the joungsters will be productive of future entertainments, it was announced. Refreshments were served after the performance and it was a happy crowd of kids that trekked homeward. The Rev. George 9. Mullen is pastor 'of the Church.

Officers of the Men's Club are: Edward C. Noll, president; Alvin K. Brewer, secretary; John Audley, treasurer. Captured Harry Hill, sought as the s)yer. of his mother, an aged recluse of Streator, has been captured in Seattle, Wash.

Mrs. Hill's body was found in a shallow grave in the cellar of her. home a short time after young Hill disappeared. White Man's Burden 'That is the title of a famous poem written by Rudyard Kipling and first published in 1899. Each stanza of the poem begins with the line: "Take up the white man's burden." The phrase now refers to the supposed responsibility of the white race for the moral and physdeal welfare of all the dark races of the Pathinder STESEN-CHRISTIANSEN A wedding of unusual interest took place on Saturday evening, September 24, when Miss Esther Christiansen, daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Charles Christiansen, of 454: Thirty-seventh street, became the bride of Mr. Steen Stesen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stesen, of 338 Eighty-fifth street.

The ceremony was performed. by the Rev. Lewis' E. Christian, pastor of the Fourth Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church at the home of the bride. The bride, who was given away by her father, made a strikingly beautiful picture as she walked down the stairs into.

the living room which was artistically decorated. Mrs. IL wards sister a MENORAH SISTERHOOD PLANS ACTIVE SEASON The Menorah Sisterhood of the Menorah Home for the Aged and Infirm met last week at the home of Mrs. J. Koenigsberg, Brighton Beach, and there informally discussed plans for the fall and winter activities.

A plea for financial aid in behalf of the home was made by Mr. Gilberg and in response to his appeal $500 was raised then and there. It was announced that a theatre party' was being arranged for November 26, to be held at the Benson. Miss M. Schoenberg and Miss A.

Smilowitz will be in charge. A rummage sale will be held in November. Miss Fischbein and Miss Uscier, assiste dby a large committee, will be in charge. Mrs. Berger will again be in charge of the Chinese Laundry party to be held some time in December.

Mrs. L. Abrahams is making arrangements' for the annual theatre party to be held at the Brighton Beach Theatre. NEW LACOV LAND DEAL of the bride, was matron of honor. The bridesmaids were Mrs.

FredericK.A. Beer, and Miss Anna M. Crawford. The couple are well known in Bay Ridge. Both are members of the Fourth Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church.

Miss Christiansent is active in school work and taught a teacher' training class for several years. J. Lacov sold for Hetty Rosenstock, to Tonia Grebler, a plot 40 feet front 'and rear by 100 feet on both sides, known as street numbers 966 and 968 East Ninth street. The price was said to be 1000. FREE! FREE! FREE! 2.000 .000 BOOKS For Young Men and Men Who For Misses and Matrons Want to Stay Young "Glorious Womanhood" "Vigorous Manhood" BY THE FAMOUS DR.

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