J ODR death 1930
IBB soux cmr Rrwides Comforts let ^ Crippled Children; fin Foil finances Work *T.^ _ - —-. -.—• „...•...-.,;...-..-...:..-^-^.-^..-.^.^—^-p- - "^-.i ••"- —- the their program on In Abu^ekr Cities Crippled holdlrtg the shipment wan In gathered of provide ori the children Shrlners season V* Since the the Included In tb* Chrittrta* 'cheer slilpnient wet* two barrel* of home canned fruit . The work of th* auxiliary doe* not conflict 'with th* work of th* Abu- Bekr temple, which ha* charge of sending crippled children to th* hospital hospital for treatment. The extra comforts comforts at th* Institution are provided i>y th* auxiliary. • . / During the past year 14 children have been sent from hen hospital for treatment B establishment of th* hospital In Minneapolis eight years ago, 20 children children from thl* vicinity have been given hosplUllzatlon and treatment and have returned cured. The tin foil campaign, whl«b eon- verts wast* Into cash to finance the charitable project yielded a total of Phftto.J crippled children, who** parent* are financially unable to pay for trea,t- ment are sent to the holbltal by th* Shrine groups. Mrs.,J. H. lAwrenc* 1* general chairman of th* auxiliary. Other chairmen are: Mrs. F..A. Wood, financial financial chairman; Mrs. T. P. Treynor, Treynor, quilt Chairmen; Mrs. George Vlckers, fruU chairman; Mrs. Jerome Jerome Schnable, tin foil chairman, and Mr*. F. D. Henn.e**y, member- .snlp chairman. ' Others shown In the picture are: Mrs. deorge Thorpe, Mrs. O. B. Adams, Adams, Mr*. W. F. later, Mrs, Paul Well*, Frances Burrington, Mrs. W. Knlttel. Mrs. A. O. Wakefleld, Mrs. D. C. Kltselman, Mrs. H. H. Dlrck- mann, Mrs. H. Clements, Mrs.J. A. HEAT AND GOLD KIUJ HERE Elcittettte Take UfUMttai* ly Big Toll During Bight persons U» the Sioux City territory territory died of heat'prot- tatlon and on* was frozen to deatft during th* yea? UIO, record* piled by police show. Seven of th* heat vietlms met their death in less than A week's time. The other heat victim* A child, died during th* heat Wa*v« in Au gust. v , Among th* victim* of 'heat was J. O'Donovan ROSSA, SlouY City At- torney, 1409 died July II Douglas street, who after suffering from th« heat- for several days. Me was It years old. ' Th* first Jieat victim of 1080 was Joshua Cprkln. It years old, A farmer farmer living near South Sioux City, Neb. He died July 10 while pick- Ing com. Tha bod*r was found a few hours later by members of the family. On the same day Lewis Stark, SO. years old, of Martlneberg t Neb., was found dead In a corn* his home, a victim of field near heat. Charles Whitman, «0 years old of Berry, Mrs. T. A. Berry, Mr* TU W. Waterbury, N*b.; W. L, Butt*, 1419 Washington Street, and Watson Watson Sutherland 4« years old, Puck hotel wer* other victim* of beat. Mary Anna Jones, small daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Eart 'Jones, 2601 Chambers street, wai prostrated prostrated by heat And died August 7. ' »Wllllara Stewart. «• year* old, a r/tlred farmer, died in a Sioux City hospital Janaajry 17, from compll. osAlon* resulting from lying helpless helpless In th* snow for - two days and ,wo« nights near his horn* at Now- caatle, Neb. . '