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Penrod a.k.a. Penrod, Kentucky: Penrod is an unincorporated community in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky, United States.
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"Penrod" is a musical album of Tim Dawe.
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"Penrod" is a collection of comic sketches by Booth Tarkington that was first published in 1914. The book follows the misadventures of Penrod Schofield, an eleven-year-old boy growing up in the pre-World War I Midwestern United States, in a similar vein to The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. In Penrod, Tarkington established characters who appeared in two further books, Penrod and Sam and Penrod Jashber. The three books were published together in one volume, Penrod: His Complete Story, in 1931.
- also known as "Penrod (Penguin Classics)", "Penrod (Dodo Press)", "Penrod (Library of Indiana Classics)", "Penrod (Large Print Edition)", "Penrod (The Best Sellers of 1914)", "Penrod (The Best Sellers of 1914 Series)", Penrod: his complete story
- language: English Language
- genres: Children's literature, Fiction
- subjects: Indiana, Classics, Literature, Literary, Adventure
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Penrod is an Advisory Member to the California Energy Commission. And lastly, Richard Edwards, Vice President of Operations at Pacific InterWest Building Consultants, Inc. in Walnut Creek, CA took on the task to determine floor level ...
by Kristen Tracy
Penrod is a former ...
A highly respected leader, Sheriff Penrod is a member of San Bernardino County Children's Network, San Bernardino County Chiefs of Police and Sheriff's Association, California Police Officers' Association, International Association of Chiefs ...
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Work Author: Booth Tarkington Penrod Schofield, eleven, is imaginative, loveable, ingenuous, mischievous, and harmless. In a series of loosely related episodes, Penrod writes an adventure story, dresses inappropriately at a school ...
by Richard B. Armstrong, Mary Willems Armstrong
Booth Tarkington wrote three books about Penrod Schofield, “The Worst Boy in Town,” who consistently stirred up trouble in a quiet, Midwestern town circa ¡9¡4. Gordon Gri‡th appeared in a ¡922 version and Ben Alexander took over as ...
by Thomas S. Hischak
Film Penrod and Sam That Man's Here Again The Cherokee Strip Blazing Sixes Fly Away Baby Empty Holsters Talent Scout The Devil's Saddle Legion Dance Charlie Dance The Footloose Heiress Prairie Thunder The Adventurous Blonde ...
by Colin Larkin
Jerry Penrod (bass) and Darryl DeLoach (vocals) completing the line-up. Together, they were possibly the first band to amalgamate the terms 'heavy' and ' rock', ...
Pop, Rock, and Worship by Don Cusic
Label: Benson 1999 Southern Gospel Album: Still the Greatest Story Ever Told by the Gaither Vocal Band; Producers: Bill Gaither, Michael Sykes, and Guy Penrod; Label: Spring Hill 2000 Southern Gospel Album: God Is Good by the Gaither ...
Volume 40 - Supplement 5: Austria: National Library of to The Swiss National Library by Allen Kent
Penrod. James L. " Information Technology Literacy: Initiatives at Pepperdine University," EDUcom Bull., Summer ...
by Peter Hunt
Booth Tarkington's Penrod (1914), followed by two sequels, shows the Bad Boy ( a favourite character with American authors) in a prosperous middle-class setting with unlimited leisure for play and make-believe. The mise-en-scène and ...
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Company A, 54th Pennsylvania Infantry
The Pratt Republican, June 5, 1913, Pg. 3
Frank Penrod, was born in Cambridge county, Penn., Sept. 16th 1838. He enlisted in union army of the civil war in Co. A, Regiment 54 Penn., in 1861 and served four years and received an honorable discharge at the close of his service.
Mr. Penrod was married in early life, the records do not give date, to Susan Gardiner, to this union were born 6 children, 4 of which are dead; George, a son and Rebecca are yet living.
Later in life in March 19th 1874 he was again united in marriage to Elmira Beam, at Johnstown, Pa. To this union four children were born; two have preceded the father to the unseen world; two are yet living--Anna a daughter, who now resides in Aline, Okla., Arthur a son still resides at home with his mother and who has been their staff and help in their declining years.
Mr. Penrod came with his family to Kansas in 1881 and took a homestead in Carmi township, Pratt Co. He has been a resident of this county since that date.
He has been a member of the church of Christ and a devoted christian for 20 years or more and in his last years the church and christianity were his chief delight.
He has been afflicted with paralysis the past 9 months, which caused his death Friday night, May 30th at 11:30 o'clock. Funeral services were conducted at the home, Sunday, June 1st, 2:30 p. m., by J. A. Freed. The remains were then laid to rest in the Green Lawn cemetery near Pratt to wait the resurrection morn.
"Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth: Yea saith the Spirit, that they may rest from their labours; and their works do follow them." Rev. 14:13.
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