News Tribune, Oct. 31, 1920

  • Determined to put an end to repeated neighborhood burglaries, 30 Hunters Park citizens have organized a vigilance committee to patrol that area of town. The committee was formed after city officials announced they had no funds to provide extra police protection for Hunters Park.
  • Bishop Charles Bayard Mitchell of St. Paul will dedicate the Woodland Methodist Episcopal Church, Elysian Avenue and Winona Street, at the morning service today. The building, including site and furnishings, cost $36,000, and only $5,000 of that remains to be raised.
  • Tentative plans are being made for the observation of National Book Week in Duluth, which will be celebrated Nov. 15 to 20. A book exhibit at the public library and a celebration and parade highlighting better books for children are under discussion.
  • A former Superior girl is in the cast of the film "Madame X" starring Pauline Frederick, which opens today in the New Garrick Theater in Duluth. Correan Kirkham, who plays the part of Helene Valmorin, is a graduate of Superior Central High School.

Bygones is researched and written by David Ouse, retired reference librarian from the Duluth Public Library. He can be contacted at

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