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SAW SUKRENQER OF "JEFF" DAVIS Civil War Veteran Ends His Last Campaign at Old Soldiers' Home. CEDAR RAPIDS, Feb. 6. UP) -Alva A. Sweet, 88, Civil war veteran, has ended Ms last campaign today. . Funeral services today were set for the veteran who was present at the surrender of Jefferson Davis, president of the southern confedeiv acy, and who trooped in many of the important engagements of the war of emancipation. Â· As a member of the eighth Iowa cavalry, Sweet participated in "WtU son's raid," the result of which was Davis' surrender. Many times Sweet related how he stood at attention . . bowed before' Union officers. At Nashville, Atlanta and ^ig Bhahty, Sweet saw action. A favorite story of hla told how "the General," historic southern locomotive, was seized at the Big Shanty encounter. Â· Sweet died In the Soldiers' home in Marsh alltown. New Hampton Declam Winners Announced NEW HAMPTON, Feb. 6 Winners of trie home declamatory contest wer,e: Oratorical, first,* Lawrence Balzer, second, Donald Mc- CiiMoch, third, Baird ItcTlroy; dramatic, first, Beryl Rd\ye; second, Virginia Gable, third, Mauririe Benz; humorous, first, Genevleve ilcCul- loch, second, Crystal Keating, third, Peavl Merritt. These students will represent New Hampton .in the county declamatory contest at New Hampton Feb. 9. Chickasaw Farmers to Meet to Further Fight Against Test NEW HAMPTON, Feb. 6.--Farm era in Chickasaw county will.hold meeting at the Odd Fellows ha Tuesday, Feb. 10, to continue the! fight against the tuberculosis tes of cattle. L. M. .Utley and H, 11 Swanger will go'to Des Moines t represent the farmers. It is planne to raise money to carry their appee to the supreme court of the Unite States. Funeral Rites Are Held for Mrs. Bel . RUDD, Feb. 6.--Mrs. Lettie'Ma Bell was biified Friday afternoon The Rev. Mr. Hess officiated at th services. Burial was in Rockfor cemetery. d difficult to imajrlne.that anyone ever Appeared on a teniiis court in ah outfit like this--but, believe it or not, people did! No woman of today Â·woiild appedr in a garb like this. But Inahy- women--strange as it majr se'ern--still persist; in. serving coffee fes obisole'te us this tennis costume. ' Since the days when ladies appeared on 1 the courts HkÂ« thjs, the^e h^ been only one truly different coffee--Nash's/Toasted Coffee. It is different because it is toasted by a new, scientific process. All other coffees re still mechanically rdasted. Think of it--the Same coffee has \been found to retain 35.7% more flavor trhen toasted than when roftited. ' Try Nash's Toasted Coffee tomorrow; you'll find it as rich and colorful as modern life itself. * '. ^N ash's toasted coffee . Ml T)DAY; Â«wry FriJ.j milic. 8:W iÂ» tab. Every salad can be popular, with plenty of Premium Soda Crackers for partners! For their salty crispness can be depended upbn to coax out a salad's full flavor. Buy them by the package and by the pound. Uneeda Bakers NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY INSTITUTE TO BE~ HELD AT GARNER Prominent Speakers Will Be on Two Day Hancock County Program. GARNER, Feb. 6.--The Hancock county farmers' annual institute will be held here Thursday, Feb. 12. J. N. SprOle, president; C. R. Conway, secretary,, and O.-K. Maben, treasurer, : assisted by County Agent Walter Weiss, have procured the good speakers-and have urged- farmers to attend and have exhibits. A colt-bjreaklng demonstration by Harry Lmh at 1 o'clock Thursday will be held on the L. L. Gilbert farm. At the opera house, William \Vatklns will judge exhibits from 1 to 4, o'clock. At 7:30 p. m., Sam Thorhtia'on will talk on "Livestock Marketing. At 8:30, R. H. Pdrter will discuss "Weed Eradication." .. The'same day at 1:30 o'clock ai Beige's hall, Dewey Termoplen will tell' of "Care and Management of Poultry," He will be followed by R H: Porter on "Plant Diseases."At 10 o'clock Friday, J. C. Galloway -will conduct "Outlook Conference." These will be followed'by a poultry, talk by Termohlen. ' The af tornobn will be given to a judging contest. ; R. K. Bliss will give ah address at 7:30, preceded by music. At Zeiger'sÂ· hall, Mrs. N. May Larson will discuss home project organizations. DROUGHT RELIEF WESTERBERG IS HEAD OF CO-! Annual Meeting of Fores City Creamery Held; Report Given. FOREST CITY, Feb. 6.--The For est City co-operative creamery pa trons held their annual meeting m the library haaement in Forest City Thursday and re-elected 1930 officers for another year.' " The Â· officers are: Olaf Wcsterberg, president; "A. E. Boman, vice president; J. E. Read, secretary and manager; Wilford Peterson, treasurer anc 3ermah Gelner, Mbns Michaelson ind Andrew Tlegen, directors. More irnn 600,000 pounds of butter, were made at the creamery the past year and 5182,000 paid to farmers for jutterfat. Those receiving the 20 dghesti* a mounts in order for their ream the past year were: V. P. Jasperson and son, C. S. Tannahill nd Core, Holland and Bjornson, E. j. Tannahill and Core; R. H. Wes- erberg, A. B. Thompson, C. v II. Calmer, Jared Nesset, J. R. Lewis, ussell Nelson, Truman Thompson, Hanson and Burseth, A. G. Brones, 'obiason brothers, A. F. Wolf, Mons [ichaelson, Monson brothers, H. J. 'onnweiler, John Shiroer and Hirarh Hller. At the close of the meeting he nuttermilk was sold,by auction or ari : average , ; of-three '-cents less han the average of last year. VIrs. Gardner, New Hampton, Is Buried NEW HAMPTON, Feb. 6.--Funeral services were held for Mrs. Tanet Gardner at the Methodist hurch by the Rev. Robert Davies. Irs. Janet'L. Gardner was born in Ddinboro, Scotland, March 18, 1842. She was married to E. A. Gardner. Pwp sons survive, they are John R. Gardner, New York City, and Dr. 3 aul E. Gardner, New Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Gardner came ,b Chiclcasaw county in 1901 and ived with their son. Mr. Gardner died 24 years ago. Interment was in "racelahd cemetery. Uerherd Is Elected as Joice Creamery Director JOICE, Feb. 6..-- The Jolce teamery compahj' held its annual meeting- Tuesday. About 40 farmers were present. The only change in officers was Gcrherd bahl who was elected to the board of directors in Andrew Kittleson's place. Five Chosen at Joice - to Appear.in Contest JOICE, Feb. 6.--The first eliliii- natiop contest in declamatory speaking for the high school students of Joice, wag held Tuesday afternoon. Five chosen to speak at the next elimination contest were: Carma Relnsmoen, Eunice Bruna- vold, Florence Storedahl, LeRoy Larson and Amos Bang. Contract for Paving on No. 9 to Be Let Feb. 17 .SWEA CITY, Feb. 5.--The first official announcement that paving on road No. 9 from Sivea City, to the Emmet county line would be laid was brot by Supt. Sewell of the Hal^ lett Construction compeny, who wa.s told by State Engineer Bastino 01 Storm LaHe that the contract would be let Feb. 17, in connection wit)i the letting of the paving on/No. 9 across Emmet county. There is six mile gap between Swea City n Â· the .Emmet county line. Brindley Speaks nt Chicago. CHICAGO, Feb. 6. WP--John E. Brindley of Iowa State college, speaking at the conference of the American Farm Bureau federation, cited revisions in Iowa road laws adopted in 1929 as examples of how expenditures may' be reduced thru changes in governmental units. He vvas named an adviser to consult with a committee named to offer recommendations for further action. A Zappone, chief of the division of accounts and disburse; mencs of the TJ. S. department of .agriculture, above, signs the first check on a loan to a farmer under the $45,000,000 drought relief law, at Washington. The check is for 550, made payable to J. D. Wilson, ot Shenandoah county, Virginia. Junior High at Eagle Grove to Present Play EAGLE GROVE, Feb. 6. -- The one act play, "Station YYYY" is being prepared by the Junior hi^h school, and will be given at the auditorium of the high school Monday evening. The cast includes: Dorothy Foss, Arnold Olson, Maxine Strain, Ruby Tollefson, Izola Humphrey, Clinton Fraser, Grayson Claggett and Billy Coons. Greene Aids Hefl Cross GREENE, Feb. 6:--At a meeting of the local Red Cross society, it was decided to donate $75 to the . . . ^ . Lions at breene Make Spring Festival Plans GREENE, Feb, 6.--rThe Lions club met at the -Hotel Kessler for a noonday 'luncheon Thursday. A delegation from Charles City was present, among whom were John Christiansen, general rrianager of the Charles City Western; William Carr, attorney, and Mr. Cress, principal of the high school, principal speaker on the program. The club expects to aid the program of paving primary road No. Crescent Mac-Ro-NctÂ» AD Gratin- 1 Pkff. MAC-RO-NETS. H Ib. Old English Cheese. 1 cup canned tomatoes. B o i l Mac-Ro-Nets 5 minutes. M a k e cream saUce, 3 tbls. butter, 3 this. Hour, 2 cups milk, salt Add cheese and stir until blended. Add Mac- Ro-Nets and then arrange with tomatoes in layers in baking dish. Bro'wn well in oven.- Â·hru Butler county~aua me pro^^ecfea~presTdehtrgf:tn"e I'owar motion of a local spring festival. Lumbermen Elect Officers. DES MOINES, Feb. 6. CS--A. L. Alcorn of Cedar Rapids was re- ber am} Material Dealers associa 1 ' tion. p. M. Finkblrie of Storm'LaW was elected vice president;-C.. P. 1 Marcres and Robert -Connor, hot* of Des Moiries, were re-elected a to retary and treasurer, respectively. es Play out of Work ONLY DIRT SlrEANS-SCOURS -POLISHES She knows that TexaSweets are ' "Tree-fresh". TEXASWEETS are Brogdcxeit--that is, within a few hours after picking they are sprayed and painted with a wax mixture, which seals every tiny- pore in the rind and keeps cachi golden f r u i t f u l l size, plumply rounded and tree-fresh. The ffavor- ous juices cannot evaporate. eet 'TpHIS is particularly true in foods where there can be no JL camouflage, where taste is the supreme judge, and sheer goodness is the only testimony that counts. Everyone who has ever'tasted the singular sweetness of Texas Grapefruit has wanted more. Many people simply ask tot Texas G r a p e f r u i t indiscriminately, not realizing that there is one selected and graded brand that always identifies the best of the year's production. For there are differences in Texas Grapefruit, as in anything else. TEXASWEETS are the cream of the Valley growth, hand-picked, one out of five only is chosen for a TEXA- SWEET. Yet they cost no more. TEXASWEET Grapefruit are sweet, and tart, and good. Be sure you order them by name. r Texas Citrus Fruit Growers' Exchange, Mission, Texas. A co-operative organization of growers who have voluntarily bound themselves to a rigid code of ethics and fruit-grading TexaSiveets are Branded Genuine _ , Grapefruit are wrapped In individual blue-and- white paper wrapperi, "TEXASVEET" is also stamped on each fruic.