Rev. Holmes Dysinger has for the past twelve years been connected with the Western Theological Seminary of the Lutheran Church at Atchison, and since 1910 had been dean of the seminary. He had spent more than thirty years in the work of the church as a minister and as an educator, and had been connected
Charles Jarvis Todd7, (Ambrose6, Jonah5, Stephen4, Samuel3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born June 26, 1800, died May 3, 1859, at Polo, Ogle County, Ill. He was an Episcopal Clergyman. Child: *1223. Harriet.
ALLEN C. MASON. – The well-known fact that a city presents, as a whole, the characteristics of the individuals who compose it, finds no better illustration than in the city of Tacoma, Washington. It is wide-awake, enterprising and progressive, and is such not only because of its unrivaled location and its commanding position as the