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   Laurens Sun (Newspaper) - March 6, 1930, Laurens, Iowa                                 THE HOME PAPER FOR THE HOME Che THE HOME PAPER FOR THE HOME VOLUME XLV. LAURENS, IOWA, T MARCH 6.19, m NO. 41. County Gikhrist- for- Congress Club Will Organize G* lchri » t- for- C< mgT « * ss club movement has rwfixxi a boost th* past week. Every town in the county ha* orsranieed and in rempotwse to a genera! demand, a big ota** mwttn « • will b* held in Poeahonta* ntsit Tuesday evening, March llth at 8 o'clock to perfect a - county t » ric* » uuitioa. Everyone interested in the candidacy of Senator Gikhrist should attend this meeting. If th* weather t* halfway decent, It will be one of th « largest political gathering ever h* M in the county. The people of Pocahonta* roanly are beginning to wake ap to th* fact that with a little concerted work. • favorite son ran be seat to congre**. Mr. Gikhrist i* th* peer of any on* Georgre Wray's Leg Broken in Fall at Poultry House who now aspires to or who has the office of congressman from th « big tenth district in recent yearn. It i » « therefore, very fitting that this mas* meeting be held and adverti » e to other counties of tb « district that Pocahonts* county is * olidly behind the cattof Mr. Gtfchrtsl. Lauren*, hU horn* town, should tend a big delegation to PocJtiionu* next Tuesday evening. Legion Auxiliary Units Meet at Poeahontas Th « American Legion A « wiU* ry unit* of Pocabonta* e « tmty were entertained » t Pocahonta* Ust Thumday . Februwr 27, by the local unit. More than fifty were present and visiting member* from Havetock, Gflmore City, Palmer and Laurt- n* were in attendance. The meeting, which held fa the high ached gym, wa* called M order by Mrs. Robt, McEwen. coonty chair- After a program « f n » wk gfrcit aa4 Mr*. MeEwtn of tb « state conferen** a report which h* d h* M to reee « tJy.-!* r » . Madeline 6 « e w* » then c* W* d upon to give a talk. She told of the work that i* beinir done by the ewtrtie* throughout the I Oth dfctrkt and of h* r trip to the hoapiul^ i KnoxviJK the bttsineas meeting: ttw w « r » taken to Fatter** € « / « ier ianch. The wsxt meeting place for the county organization ita* not fawn decided nfmn. UMBMS frow Laurenf who went t » the meeting were Mr*. Will Thoma, Mr » . Stiuire Heatbman, Mrs. Axel S. Cgrl*/ e « , Ur » . John Ackiand, ST.. Mr « , C. E. L, 8* e, Mr » . John Ackland, Jr;, Mf*. H « len JameK, Mrv. M, J. Hurley. Mr*. Edith Jsrviil. Mr*. U- n » an'! Juli* Hurley. C. C. Krug Buried Ye « terday Chart*** C, Krag wan b » r » at A* htcn. Illinois, December 14. V8SO. When about twenty- two year* of age he was united in marriage to Mia* Elisabeth Schaffer, Three children wet* bom to tbia onion: two daughter* and a ton. A daughter, Minnie, die4 Ortuber 21, 1914. In September, 189 » , Mr. Krug from Aahton, IJUnoia, to a far « aoath ' Laura* wh « r* the fanQy to reside for * number of y « ar » , whe » they jawed to the town e£ Mr. Knur 4 * wtf* dM Dwwatfecr 12, 1920. attd » i » c « that time h* ma4 « hi* ) nmvt with a daughUff. Mr*, Me***?, of Eagle Grave, Iwwa, For the text four y « - » r » Mr. Krug bfcfj been in faitiae heatth, and on S, he pa& Mxi to tfee great H* bad « Uaia » d tfe* » g* < rf ffp ywu*, two months, and nhi* ie* a d » v*, moans I ar* hi* daughter, Mra. Lillian M « w » er of Eagk Crave, low*; C. ; a a'tfter « ad « brother G. L. Wray had th* bfsn* in his rig- ht hip broken just below the joint, J « « Friday afternoon when he * tepp « d into an open elevator * haft. falling about neveiy fee* to a c* m « tst fioor. The accident happened at th* M, * J, R. Uak «  - » t** cn * » acti'i'e all hw life, never having been nick a day Us hi* life. H* s* fretting along very « *•!) tonimiprmK the injury. Viota Kemp i* tberv taking care of him. Mr, Wray'a d » u( fh'. « - r. Mr>. Maud* camt yesterhi* M? n An » *! i and wtf « of Broolciiw, South Dakota! were here fr « w tart Saturday until; Tu » « day with htm. Ward, who i » on; the road ai an implemcint « alemman,; came home Friday evening to ipendj the w « ek eral with hii family and he • , remained home tbi » w « « * k to \ tv- her* with hi » father, Lots m Sap D Son. ( iilrhrist Addrvssr* Woman's Prognswiv* Club Sn* ll of Denver, day to * ee her f » th* r jinti Th* Woman"* gn » « t TH . f a j » r « >< rr* M. » ivf » ' i' » t » v ( Js « r t- i** r < titiy « i » x* <* ii<" hri* l ** » introdhww. 1 ami ! » » « • f* r » * r* m * « h a talk « « First at Achievement Day tTh, Th* laeMe* h< cs « n » < n* st  nig*, * typ*  nttttg th « followinjf ! « *• * titn « in Hum? FtirRinhtngw; Color * «  | » * » * » wt* « l with ihe tiut J « « wfcirh Mt** : i » r » l f « l\ ii « h » t* n, Swan ManhaU, Cwtfa*. Sth M « . It P- ( club Hie Laurens Woman's Club School Election Monday Your New Neighbor? • ( njf ; heW n** t Monday aft* » ro » n at the wwatary'• * « • » mw, W M « r* h Ut. The;' from 1 until 7, Two  - Hrt « f t » wn m" v « « h » » brvn r, i> « plf! « nl i ^ » r » teitn « af lfer « p  ubil* h^ iS thin wwfc l* u ** nl « l at Ihw '' nM had « iv^[ t th< 1 ll^ miiiim arfetovinx this honor w « » r » a* The I jiurrrw Woman'* Club met to: rector*. • rfegular # e* ii  put in umiti j^^ tcrnoon, February 2( ith with Mr*. y « « r » will to elerted. WM w » wk. Aaynw wh » h « » m « v « j !  i ,,, Ma* CfaaUm a » honUwt*. Sixteen mem- Only one ticket hat b » ** f » fttwl; W, J. inb « » » n**- r* 4 » ishH « rh « > « » i « i whs> ha « ! si**,,' ber » antwered r » ll call by giving their Alien and 1, H, giddatl t « * swc* « dl « MMlf t » * jghb » r*, { R? w » ) » « „ « * » : favorite poem*. After the reading « rf th* m** lvc » » « iliJW'tar* a « 4 C, IL' « n » vUl h » mi****} or f, » v P r4r.  r* f » id* « t, I » r. Th* w « men bav « r » H gives #* ti « » Mr*. H. 0. Kyle. The Hub program! faction and ft t » not probnb!* lh* t wa « tiwn taken up. Mr*, A, F. Tutft'th* r* will be any twiUwte, \ g » v* a very infctnMting bcx> k review] — , ........ ; « , - W- mjr K « b- br Mart* Oa- taf.!,,^ ^^ Vj| I| ey AW S^^ y Town houtw nn- rth « f Mr*, in N « * l'* is on* ( f the lai** t books of lh* boor and in t story of Smith Carolina, Mr » . SybtJ Norton then rend an e » - article on the " Infliwrvr* of th* Comk Strip." A dheuMion by all the club member* followed which proved to b « very interesting, Curreot M'eiito were gi* « n after which club » djourn* d- Local wvrv ent « rtaine< l at the h< w » « of Mr. and Mr*, ftoy HopkiiM. Thw chaplain condo  nt who took of th* The in the * ingm « of tme fa « > Hiar » otjjr « led by C) y4e r* « ? t* r « on and K*<- k' » t tk « th* rtf! rk » ^ by piano. At the nve- nt * erv# d the u* u » l Farm Union lunch. c « n** » tkan wa* hdhi at evening Mavrefe 4th and wvcra) from Cummin* I^ ocaJ t^ iK the to bear th « ad4re » » by Ed, Kt- niMsrfy of lll; fioi » , a font » er Iowa man. .^, Th* March » M* ti « jt will br held at i h « t T J. Land hwn)*? and all orni* pr*- P » rcd to take part by pr « f » * » tiiMf wmething referring to St, Patrick'* Day and < k » n't f « rg « t lo « ? « * r • hardtime in The Un « V « l!^ y Aid w « « •*!! « Mr » ,' C. G, her marriage tw- n w** k » ag*, M « ri » rVrkin*, at th* Cte&' ' l « f Ut. H. C, < ari CarUnj! | » « t part of lows frmn the * ocie a « rv « <| at tb* A { nmic lurwh wm » il h « or W. H. M. S. Meet* The Warns « ' « Hw* n » - Sir*. of U Treated S « dl Produce „, K,. t, « , r Tim* « , r « c* w< Ht Moliw* CwMttt, faa r ** r *' Mr. F, St, M » ts. nirh fiww the ' " wj ' 8 *-*' Km < »   u* « intW « » rtl « part 1 1******* tl » # MN « 1 earn ** w* i< Nt » di n « t* » t^ uJ « tt « 4 IM * 4 ewrtt TH* ^ * H** M* p » r a » jN » r TH* * » ** « L * » ,*, Th* *  u>( i hi » et* Hurinc th* 4 » y, r f( n » l » r » « rf f- h* < l « y wa « « h* « . rmr ( « , n s < iHt » ri* » » w » lf a* turn yarn, lemtxtrt. Mr*.. H. C cha| rt< r » « For th* Cr Cftlwrwn farm a 8 ftp 1,. R, whk- h w* » w « ll prw « mt* 4 by Mr » . Ptmtlwr Mra, Kohrer. * ft* r which . Mr*, ! Kt « rk and! Mr » , Atlwrt t.. « n4 gav fiirirw little Mil*- W*   wH'Mi** « f th# ItJ tify » mall # nr* a* Ibw* « * nr » * Wir f « ur Entertain* L#* f ton Powtii ol the County Fv. M Mr*. in th* ' K. of P. Head Man Visit* Laurens Lodge Tuesday Grand Chancellor Gurtliw of Kurt Dodg* vkit « d the local K, of F. Uaige Tuccday night. Ttw Flr » t rank degree wa* eonfemsd * nd thin wa « fol* km « 4 by « l » i » nmt after which C. O. Oa\ v| a ttrtwft M ^ ajMftMMMt^ r AIM! • Mttoi'' ber of short nJJmiai wwr* fivtfit. Then were » laitom ftrwHmt from CHI* more City ami gjttfcerilmd and a l* rar « tomout of » e » b « r*. The Midweek Social Club The Midweek Social tlub * bete* « f Cora Clark at afternoon of lart week a* with Uteik , Tea f » « « - to present v « k « < i their » pf » r  « at tb* « n** ting « m « « » t » WOT* by the- ) n, « n*. » * o o, r. > » *) i riiturjo i » « r « (.( He- mitt. litDtitl'U' '.' the $ 4> t! Al ith VM « I Ho « l » « t) art. Tfe* next m** tin* will W a ff*? Jabilee program w » AprlJ l* t « t ho « >* of ifra, J. A, P « t* rM » o. fa c*?**! Hurn Second EUmJnation Cootewt for Lauren* at Royal' The * « « » « « J i# ri* » of tb* * laj;# e » ft-! t* » l for thbi Muttiun will b* h « W a| « * u aiwl many th* i « » fei » mwl at Roy* L ) MM tkr** « > ato * st » r, John Allen t « t Orai^ rkal. Cbarlwtt* Triwbt* in U » # U » pd JoJm Witter? > « t* » « ad are S^ « r « « wr, lUtyal. f) kliim « , Rath- 1 ^ U help jw* Ten, Orwrttioxer, Luarem, W* t. li » od^ J « « o* bird*. twwti tending t! tr « e « « tai » » u « t*, » V> b * » y U* » " wrm rvwd tt, * ttg « « wt*< l that Uw eaii *** attention « f turn- « r » amfc rHb « t » wbw burn the graw by that tf th* y » « H * t ojw* ft b « r# tw tto* wt. * Jii » y « It ** true of thai masy and bay* tiw twjit* < rf ih* tfw * gfj! » » f* in th « tffti- •% ing. it U ttj « o iro « that Ifivt- K » a* Jt t* yr « * « ( mt. fjur « -* » iy than U 17th Birthday )**** 4 '** r * s * w f*"** 8 * r *** fes * « ^^*' » i. eomiag ye* r. the h< » u « » e*. Th* MarcJj L « « eh •** » Mr*, W, A. M* « ifl » twelve grand cfeiWren and two great that th* r* will b « * good wu bell ia ttw Metho- » » tiwm wUl b# tfe* church, Lanr* aa, low*, tfe* Ber, « fflc* r » » t tbk time.. Spring*. 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