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BOY SINGER IS GETTING CHANCE To Sing at Playhouse; May Teach "Aloha" for Fee Krnncla If T<on*. U year-old l<oy •lover, who la endaavorlnc to help hie widowed mother rapport her fiva children, hoa l.ceri engaged to alii* at the College Plnyhouaa, 4312 14th ave. N, 10., thla w«-ek. Krnncla alntca two nonjra each eve nlnif lietween nhowlnn* of tha mo Hon pic turn playa. The Htar todjiy put FYancl* In touch with Uie writer of tha followin* followin* letter: "Kdltor The Htar "I do not know how to reach llttla Krnncla Howell I/tnir, ao will write to you. Hhould Ilka to hava him com* to my hotel and teach me 'Aloha' a* he almrn It In the Hawaiian Innkhuk* Innkhuk* I will |>ay him fl n lexaon whenever ha carlo to call It lan't much, l>ut I can't do more than thiit. Ho when he ha* no other eniraife. men'* he can coma and (rive me a lex on «nd collect a dollar each trip. "TOINKTTK I,AriHON, "Majeallc Hotel, 1612 Hoylaton. Cor ner I'lna."

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  1. The Seattle Star,
  2. 10 Oct 1921, Mon,
  3. Page 14

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