G.S. Dean of Worthington was a Seward
visitor last week.
James Vail returned to school at
Hamline University on Monday.
Mrs. Meyers and daughter, Winnie, are
visiting with W.C. Meyers.
On Wednesday night, Dec. 30 at the home
of the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs W.H. Booth, occured the marriage of Mr. Ora
S. Vail and Miss Minnie M. Booth. The bride is an estimable young lady and has
the respescet of all who know her. The groom is the son of J.P. Vail; he
graduated from Hamiline University last June and is now teaching at Windom where
they go to make their home. May they have a pleasant and prosperous voyage
Lydia Estes began school again on
Nina Baxter of Worthington has returned
to J.P. Vail's
Rumor says that a "blind pig" is
conducted in Seward. Some one might do well to investigate.
(Note: A "Blind Pig" is an illegal
place to consume alchohol)
Frank Gardner, who has been in
Minnesota the past year, returned to his home near Richland Center, Wis. last
Wm. Shanks, Wm. Busse and T.H. Thompson
are among the number from Seward attending court this week.
Arthur Smith was in town last
Miss Ettie Miller was visitng friends
in Brewster last week.
Miss Emma Long, of Iowa, is visiting
friends in Jackson Co.
Mr. T and Miss E. Kaufman are attending
school at Wilder.
Nellie Hoffman came home last week,
Wednesday, after visiting friends in Ia.
Hannah Oleson left for Jackson last
Monday, where she will attend school this winter.
The party at H. Oleson's was attended
by a number of the young folks and all report a good time.
John and Katie McCarvel returned home
last Wednesday after visiting relatives and friends in Ia.
Messrs. Seeley and Reilly are putting
O.C. Northrop drove to Worthington
Frank Burdett and John Martin drove to
Mrs. H.C. Carter went to Worthington
Wednesday and returned Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Edwards returned from
their visit at Larchwood last week.
Mr. Bickley visited Worthington
Saturday and Sunday.
John Brothers have built a corn crib
and are now prepared to buy corn.
Mrs. G.A. Anderson, of Iona, visited
friends here a couple of days last week.
Quite a heavy rain storm visited this
section of the country on the afternoon and evening of Dec. 31.
Rev. Snell is suffering from a severe
cold and the evening meetings here have been postponed for a few evenings.
There are two or three parties in town
who seem to be quite anxious as to know how the postoffice is to be disposed of.
Frank Nimbafrow has bought Gus Hanson's
barber shop and confectionary stand. Mr. Hanson will remain until February.
There was no services at the M.E.
church Sunday morning or evening on account of the severe storm and illness of
Mrs. and Miss Hancock were snowed in at
Fulda. Mr. Bickley was prevented by the blizzard from getting home Saturday as