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Thursday, October 6, 1910

Home Wedding

A very pretty wedding took place at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. B.A. Comer, seven miles south of town Thursday evening, September 29th, when their daughter Miss Edna, was united in holy bonds of matrimony to Mr. Harry Bloom, of this city, Rev. Ira D. Avord officiating.

The parlor was very prettily decorated and at the appointed hour the bridal party was ushered in by Miss Holland and Mr. Peter Carlson, where the wedding ceremony took place. The Misses Scott and Sundberg acting as bridesmaids and the two brothers of the bride, Water [Walter?] and Irvin Comer as groomsmen. The bride was attired in a beautiful costume of grey silk, while the goom wore the conventional black. After the customary and hearty congratulations were extended all were invited to partake of the bountiful wedding supper prepared by the hostess. Some very valuable and useful presents were given which show the loe and esteem in which the young couple are held. They left for a short wedding trip on the night train for Des Moines, Iowa, where they spent a few days before returning to Worthington where they will make their future home.

Former Worthington Girl Married.

Miss Rowena McKeever, daughter of J. McKeever of this city, was married to Arthur James Carpenter of St. Louis, at that place on Thursday September 15, 1910. The happy couple will be at home to their many friends at 1620 Hamilton Ave. St. Louis, Mo.

The Globe joins with the bride's many friends in this vicinity in extending congratulations.

Andrew Berry Killed

Andrew Berry, a prominent farmer living in the vicinity of Fulda, was killed by a freight train at that place last Tuesday.

As the train was starting, the unfortunate man attempted to board it and fell under the cellar of the caboose, and being a large man the cellar of tool box, as it is sometimes called, could not pass over him. Although the train did not pass over him, almost every bone in his body was broken, and one leg nearly severed from the trunk. When the train stopped and he was removed he gasped a few minutes and died.

The coroner's jury brought in the verdict that his death was due to his own carelessness.

Mr. Berry was an old settler and respected farmer and his demise is mourned by a mother, sisters and other relatives together with a large circle of friends.

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Miss Grace Smith left Wednesday or Pipestone, where will visit with a cousin.

Mrs. Alice Jack left Sunday for Rochester, Minn., where she will visit for a time.

Richard Prideaux has been confined to his house by illness a few days the past week.

Herbert Poag, a member of the Adrian Democrat's force, was in town Wednesday.

Mrs. W.H. Cummings, of Wilmont, was visiting in the city Monday, the guest of friends.

Miss Leonora Klessig, of Bigelow, was visiting with friends in Worthington Wednesday.

Andrew Nystrom made Luverne a visit Wednesday morning, returning on the afternoon train.

Mrs. Anton Lodi, of Davis, S.D., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ehlert Miller and family this week.

Mrs. A.P. Rose, of Luverne, arrived in the city Wednesday for a visit with relatives and friends.

Mrs. G.F. Hastings was called to Pontiac, Illinois, last Tuesday by the death of her mother.

George W. Patterson has purchased a new White gasoline car and its arrival is expected hourly.

Mrs. Joseph Cowin, of Adrian, was in Worthington Wednesday, the guest of Miss Mattie Hastings.

Mr. and Mrs. O. Becker, of Bingham Lake, Minn., were calling on acquaintances in the city Tuesday.

L.H. Gray returned Thursday last from Minneapolis and other points in the northern part of the state.

Peter Peters, of Bigelow, was transacting business and visiting with friends in the city Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Tillman, of Wilmont, were visiting with friends in the city the first of the week.

M.G. Milburn, of Lakefield, was transacting business and calling on friends in the city Friday of last week.

M.E. Lawton, the real estate man, was transacting business in Lake Wilson a couple of days the first of the week.

Marriage licenses have been issued the past week to Herbert E. Pass and Helen Smith, both of Nobles county, and to Harry Bloom and Edna Comer, both of Nobles county.

Mrs. H.E. Lamb, of Eau Claire, Wisconsin, arrived in Worthington Tuesday to attend to business interests for her mother, Mrs. A.C. Rukestrau, a former resident of this city.

Outwaite Kumler departed Monday for North Yakami, Washington, where he will work in a hardware store owned by his uncle. Outwaite is one of our most popular young men and will be greatly missed by a large number of acquaintances. His absence will be greatly regretted by the Worthington Concert Band of which he was an expert on the slide trombone.

Rev. L.F. Badger, field minister of the Presbyterian church, was visiting in town Tuesday.

Lloyd S. Cram, of Mapleton, Iowa, was calling on his old friend, W.R. Rogers this week.

M.P. Meyers, of Sibley, was renewing acquaintances with people in town last Friday.

Messrs. J.O. and W.H. Thompson, of Round Lake, were calling on friends in town Tuesday.

Mrs. Charles Derfroos, of Watertown, S.D., was visiting with friends in this city Wednesday.

S.L. Chapin, of Luverne, was among the visitors from that place to this city Wednesday.

Miss Margaret Roll, of Adrian, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. A.M. Renner, Wednesday.

Mrs. Stanley Moore is expected home tomorrow from a two weeks' visit in the northern part of the state.

J.G. Chrystler, a banker of Lake Park, Ia., was transacting business in town the latter part of last week.

Messrs John Eagan and A.E. Gravenstein, of Ellsworth, were transacting business at the county seat Monday.

Clifford Loveless left Saturday night for Ripon, Wisconsin, and is enjoying an outing with a house party at Green Lake.

Mr. and Mrs. E. Miller returned Tuesday night from a visit with relatives and friends at various points in Illinois.

F.W. Hauk, former postmaster at Sheldon, Iowa, was calling on old friends in the city the latter part of last week.

Mrs. E.E. Lamphear, of Sioux Falls, arrived in the city Wednesday for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Frink.

Henry Rasmussen went to Alton Wednesday for a few days visit with old friends. It is rumored that he will not return alone.

J.E. Parker, of Sauk Center, Minn., arrived in the city last week and is now employed in the Gray-Nelson hardware store.

Mr. and Mrs. James Ramey, of Estherville, Iowa, was calling on friends in this vicinity the latter part of last week.

Robert Smith, of the Smith Implement Company, returned from the twin cities Wednesday night in a new E.M.F. touring car.

Mesdames Lou M. Willon and M. Drilling, of Lakeview, Iowa, were visiting with friends in the city Friday on their way to Wilmont, where they will visit with relatives.

Our people will receive with regret the sad news that Mrs. Clinton Mann passed away at 8 o'clock this a.m., after an illness of nearly two months. A further obituary will be given next week.

The many friends of Joe Eple, of New Ulm, in this city received a visit from him Tuesday. It is not often that Joe gets around but when he does his friends know that he is in town. A better fellow to meet is hard to find.

Sam Dawson, who has made the Hotel Worthington his headquarters for the past twenty years, arrived in town this week and is looking after his business interests in this section. He has just returned from the western coast, where he has several salmon packing houses.

Cards have been received in this city announcing the marriage of Miss Carrie Newkirk and Ira O. Long, at Corona, Cal., on Thursday, Sept. 29th. Miss Newkirk is a sister of Mrs. Harry Lewis and was a resident of this city for a number of years. Her many friends here join with the Globe in extending congratulations.

There has been quite a change in the working force at the Hotel Worthington the past week. G.H. Scaife, an experienced hotel clerk, of Minneapolis, takes the place of night clerk, Willie Bixby having returned to his home in Spirit Lake. Miss Bertice Spencer has resigned as waitress. Miss Ella Barnum is taking an extended vacation at her home in Haywarden, Iowa. Miss Emilia Elistad, of Minneapolis, is now head waitress in place of Miss Alice Burns, who has gone to her home in LeRoy, Minn. Hannah Kindley, of Kindley, of Minneapolis, is the new cook. Gena Ronkin having decided to take a long rest at her home in Minneapolis, and Miss Strosberg, of Minneapolis, is the new second cook. Chas. Windrath has been installed as yardman. Stanley surely has had his hands full keeping thing in running order. He informs us that for the past four nights that he has had to place cots in the halls to accommodate the guests.

Miss Winnie O'Connor went to Wilmont Tuesday for a few day's visit with old friends.

Messrs. J.N. and J.D. Wright, of Luverne, were visitors to our city the first of the week.

J.P. Hoffman and Walter Denkmann were county seat visitors one day the first of the week.

Miss Effie Dodge, of Adrian, was visiting with relatives and friends in the city Wednesday.

Ray Nelson, of Brewster, was shaking hands with old friends in this city the first of the week.

Mrs. I.M. Wilson went to Little Rock, Iowa, Tuesday, where she will visit with her daughter.

Miss Anna Johnson, of Mankato, arrived in the city Tuesday for a visit with relatives and old friends.

Mrs. James D. Babcock, of Long Prairie, Minn., was the guest of Worthington relatives over Sunday.

Miss Alice DeVanney left Tuesday for St. Paul, where she will make her home with her uncle, Tom Casey.

H.D. Rupp, of Westbrook, was transacting business with Worthington people one day the first of the week.

J.A. Smith went to Kinbrae Wednesday morning, where he will look after his farming interests.

Miss Ruth Goodell, of Barnim, Minnesota, is visiting in the city, the guest of her sister, Mrs. L.L. Duxbury.

Mrs. A.R. Albertus left Wednesday morning for Jackson, where she will visit with relatives for a couple of weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Arbes left Wednesday for Minneapolis to attend the funeral of his brother's wife, Mrs. Joseph Arbes.

Mr. and Mrs. King, who have been the guests of E.E. Ober and family, returned to their home in Creston, Iowa, Tuesday.

Henry Fremming, of Rushmore, was transacting business in Worthington Wednesday and made the Globe office a very pleasant call.

Mrs. J.M. Long returned Wednesday night from Stanwood, Iowa, where she had been spending the past seven weeks with relatives.

Rev. Sowles performed the marriage ceremony Tuesday, October 4, that made Hubert E. Pass, and Miss Helen Smith, of Wilmont, man and wife.

Mrs. Wm. Ferguson has sold her residence property in this city to a Mr. Simpson of Illinois. Mr. Simpson will move to Worthington next January.

Miss Nellie Apsata, has been taking a vacation from her duties in Latta store, and been visiting with relatives in Luverne. She returned the first of the week.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Widman, of Pleasant Prairie, Iowa, are visiting in the city, the guests of J.W. Spielman and family and Mrs. Henry William and family.

Wilt Miller arrived in the city Monday from Chancellor, S.D. Called here by the illness of his father, Hero Miller, who resides southwest of town. At present writing Mr. Miller is very low.

Mrs. John Seline left Saturday for an over Sunday visit with relatives in Lake Wilson.

Wilson Abbott was in Luverne the latter part of last week visiting with friends and relatives.

Mrs. J.A. Murray left Monday for Sioux City, where she will visit with relatives for a few days.

Mrs. Andrew Collins departed Friday last for a few days' visit with relatives and friends at Pipestone.

Joe Hauser will hold a public auction at his farm two and one-half miles south of Reading, Oct. 10.

Mrs. Ross Nelson returned Sunday morning from Mitchell, where she had been attending the corn palace.

Mr. and Mrs. E.S. Williamson went to Luverne Saturday afternoon for an over Sunday visit with relatives.

James Ring, of Shakopee, returned to his home last Friday, after having visited with people in Worthington.

W.W. Turnbull, a real estate agent from Sibley, was showing a number of land seekers over this section of Nobles county Wednesday.

Mesdames John A. Cashel and H.S. Hobson went to Minneapolis the first of the week to attend the funeral of Mrs. Joseph Arbes.

Mrs. Ferdinand Macumber, of New Ulm, arrived in Worthington Tuesday and will visit with relatives in this vicinity for a couple of weeks.

On Wednesday of this week Judge Dow united in marriage William Dormann, of Osceola county, Iowa, and Miss Eva Tibbetts, of O'Brien county, Iowa.

Judge Cory departed Tuesday afternoon for Thorntown, Indiana, where he will visit with old friends and relatives for about ten days. This is the first vacation that the Judge has had in thirteen years, but then he says that it can hardly be called a vacation as he will have to work all the harder when he returns to make up for lost time.

Peter Nystrom is suffering from a badly inflamed and consequently very painful eye this week. Last Saturday he was using an emery wheel and Sunday morning he noticed that his eye was becoming inflamed and it commenced to get worse. It is thought that a piece of steel from the article he was grinding or a cinder from the emery wheel became lodged in his eye.

Word was received in the city Monday of the death of Mrs. Joseph Arbes at Minneapolis. Mrs. Arbes will be remembered here as Miss Virginia Matteson. She resided here for a number of years and was a student of the Worthington High School. Her sister, Mrs. J.T. Smallwood, of this city, was in Minneapolis at the time of her death. The funeral services were held at Minneapolis today.

Wendall Geidman, Loveless' baker, spent Sunday with relatives in Luverne.

Mrs. Foster Moore and son arrived in the city Saturday and are visiting at the home of Dr. Moore and family.

George W. Patterson departed Saturday afternoon for Oshkosh, Wis., where he will visit for a short time.

Messrs Charles Loveless, Bill Wedge, Emil Herman and Ernest Anderson visited with friends in Adrian Sunday.

G.W. Sowles, of Omro, Wisconsin, is visiting in the city, the guest of his brother, Rev. L.L. Sowles, and family.

A.M. Hensel returned to his home in Chicago Saturday after having spent a few days at the home of John Potts.

Mrs. M. Stevens, of Ponsford, Minn., who has been the guest of relatives in this city, returned to her home Monday.

Mrs. Nellie Mott departed Monday afternoon for Medford, Oregon, where she will make her home for about a year.

Mrs. Vedder returned Saturday from Mullensville, Kansas, she has been spending two or three weeks with relatives.

Oscar Fagerquist, of Minneapolis, who has been the guest of H. Telander, returned to his home in Minneapolis, Monday.

Miss Julia DeVaney departed Monday for Belle Fourchs, S.D. She was called here to attend the funeral of her mother.

Mrs. C. Goodell returned to her home in Barnum, Minn., after having visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L.R. Duxberry.

Mrs. Mentin, of Ogalallah, Nebraska, who was the guest of her cousin, F.M. Janes, and family, left Saturday for her home.

P.J. Martin, democratic candidate for Clerk of Courts, was circulating among old friends in this city the first of the week.

Mrs. Orie Williams left Saturday morning for Tracy, where she will visit with her parents and other relatives and friends.

Mrs. William Hay and Mrs. John Jordist left Tuesday afternoon for a visit with relatives and friends at Fort Dodge, Iowa.

George Defreeze and wife, of Sibley, who have been guests at the home of K. Dueth, returned to their home Saturday last.

John A. Anderson, of Waseca, who has been the guest of Worthington relatives and friends, returned to his home Friday last.

Miss Mabel Clark returned to her home in Slayton, Monday, after having spent Sunday with her sister, Miss Nancy, in the city.

Mrs. H.W. Steffens and son, Stanley, departed Monday for Minneapolis where Stanley will undergo an operation for appendicitis.

Clark Pannell departed Monday for his home at Drinkwater, Canada, after having visited a few weeks with relatives and old friends.

Miss Arlouene Loveless returned to Minneapolis Monday, after having spent about ten days with relatives and old friends in the city.

Miss Rosette Hendrix, of Minneapolis, state president of the W.C.T.U., will speak here Sunday, Oct. 16th. Watch for time and place.

Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Maxwell came home from Windom Tuesday. Mr. Maxwell has just returned from Montana and the western coast.

Dr. and Mrs. C.P. Dolan left Tuesday for Minneapolis, where the doctor will attend a meeting of the Minnesota State Medical Association.

Hon. F.F. Ellsworth, of St. James, was calling on friends and looking over the political situation in Worthington the latter part of last week.

Mr. and Mrs. John Jenson, who have been the guests of relatives in Worthington and vicinity, left Monday for their home in LeMars, Iowa.

Miss Nettie Hurd, of Albert Lea, Minn., returned to her home Monday, after a visit with friends in the city and her brother at Rushmore.

P.C. Peterson, of Shelby, Nebr., returned to his home Saturday. He has invested in a farm west of town and will move here next spring.

Rev. A.H. Thurau, of Rushmore, was in the city Saturday. He had just returned from Mountain Lake, where he had been officiating at a funeral.

Fred Zebornik left with a carload of household goods and effects last Friday for his new home in Nebraska. His family will follow in a short time.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Voak, who have been visiting with his brother, E.V. and family, departed on Saturday for their home in Cleveland, Tennessee.

Vincent Abbott went to Sheldon Monday, where he has a position in a barber shop.

O. Synkerson, the painter, was transacting business in Heron Lake the latter part of last week.

James Baird, of Rushmore, was calling on old friends in the city and transacting business Wednesday.

C.A. Pederson returned Monday from a business trip to Albert Lea, Mankato and other points in that vicinity.

Mrs. Jens Christensen and daughter, Anna, and sons, Clyde and Arthur, returned the past week from a visit with relatives in Nebraska and Iowa towns.

Mrs. Wm. Webber, who was called here to attend the funeral of her mother, Mrs. Martin Lavine, returned to her home in Dell Rapids, S.D., Monday.

Charles Foelschow has sold his farm one and one-half mile west of Worthington to Fred Vogt. The farm consists of 177 acres and brought $113 per acre.

Mr. and Mrs. E. Broms, of Sweet Briar, Nebraska, who have been the guests of Wilson Ager and family, departed last Friday for a visit at Alexandria, Minn.

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lux, of Cherokee, Iowa, were visiting with Worthington people Friday. They were on their way to Wilmont, where they have land interests.

A number of teams were hauling lumber from this place to the home of Hans Heise, residing eleven miles northeast of Worthington. Mr. Heise will build a large up-to-date barn.

Jacob Shetser and daughters, May and Laura, of Sheldon, were the guests of Worthington friends Monday. They were on their way home from Wilmont, where they have been visiting with relatives.

Mrs. William Mattison and daughter passed through Worthington enroute for their home in Rushmore Monday. They were just returning from a two weeks visit with relatives in Dundee and vicinity.

J.R. Williams, of Sioux Rapids, Iowa, came up Monday to get his steamer, Little Sioux, out of the water and under cover for the winter. Mr. Williams will have the boat in operation on Lake Okabena again next summer.

Mr. and Mrs. C. Jordist returned to their home in Manchester, Iowa, the first of the week, after having visited with relatives and friends in Worthington nd vicinity. It is their intention to return to Nobles county and make this their home, if they can find a place that suits them.

Thursday, October 13, 1910

WEDDED FIFTY YEARS

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Allen, of this City, Celebrates 50th Wedding Anniversary.

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People mentioned in this article:
Justin and Margaret Allen, New York;
Mary E. Clifford, b:30 Nov 1839 in NH;
Mrs. C.H. Saulpaugh, Mankato;
Mrs. W.W. Loveless, Worthington;
Mrs. Stanley Moore,
Carrie E Allen, Worthington;
Gay Allen, Worthington;
Harry F. Allen, Minneapolis;
Myron Allen, Watertown, S.D.

IN MEMORIAM.
Mrs. Clinton L. Mann.
Rosa Marie Cecilia Perry was born at Hospers, Iowa, February 7, 1886.
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Married.

Glen Richards and Miss Beartyce Spencer were married at the Catholic parsonage by Rev. Father Sherman at two o'clock Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 12, 1910.

Miss Spencer has been a resident of this city for over a year and has been one of the popular waitresses at the Hotel Worthington.

Glen is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richards, of this city, and Worthington has been his home nearly all his life.

The happy couple left on train No. 3 for LeMars, Ia., where they will make their future home, Mr. Richards being employed there in a meat market.

The globe joins with their host of friends in wishing happiness and prosperity throughout their future lives.

Obituary.

Mrs. Martin Johnson passed away from this life at her home in this city on Oct. 8, 1910.

Lillie Margaret Albers was born in Germany, Nov. 13, 1863, and was married to Martin Johnson July 20, 1882. To this union was born seven children, all of whom are living at home.

The deceased was a member of the German Lutheran church and was highly respected by all who knew her. The funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon, ducted by Rev. Ralph Carleton, of the Methodist Episcopal church, and the remains were laid to rest in the Worthington cemetery.

The bereaved family have the sympathy of the entire community in this their great bereavement.

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Mrs. Peter Anderson and family of St. Paul, arrived last Thursday. They are going to farm near Worthington.

The year and a half old child of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Evans, Lake Crystal, was drowned in a wash tub last evening. The parents found the child face downward in the tub at 7:30. There were four inches of water in the tub. The family live on the W.P. Marston farm. --Mankato Free Press.

Henry Rassmussen returned Sunday from a visit at Paullina, Iowa, and other points. He began asking his friends here when he returned if they knew of a good house to rent. Upon being questioned closely Mr. Rassmussen had to admit that he had joined the army of benedicts. He was married on Saturday Primghar, Iowa, to Miss Eliza Haack, formerly of this city. The Globe joins with their many friends in extending congratulations.

Messrs. Robert Smith, of the Smith Implement Co., and George W. Patterson, left Tuesday morning for the twin cities. They will return with Mr. Patterson's new white gasoline car, which he recently purchased.

Conductor Frank, of Minneapolis, was calling on his many friends in Worthington Monday.

Robert Parker left last week for California where he was called by the illness of his mother.

Mrs. A.M. Renner left Saturday for Adrian for a visit with relatives and friends over Sunday.

Dr. Mork left Friday for Dawson and Madison Minn. where he will be absent a few days on business.

Mrs. J.J. Carey of Wilmont was visiting in Worthington last Friday at the home of Mrs. P. O'Connor.

James Walker went to Rushmore Saturday afternoon for an over Sunday visit with relatives and friends.

Judge Kies, on Monday, united in marriage James Loukota and Blasta Tellers, of Fillmore county, Nebraska.

A.J. Fauskee has resigned his position in the Carrier barber shop and is now employed by Dave Anthony.

Mrs. J.B. Lloyd, of Lake Mills, Iowa, arrived in the city Monday and is a guest at the D.W. Anthony home.

Misses Emma Milbraith and Bertha Peterson left Monday morning for a visit with relatives and friends at Lakefield.

Homer Edwards of Thermopolis, Wyoming, was in the city last week visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Edwards.

Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Olson, who have been the guests of relatives and friends, returned to their home in Sioux City Saturday.

Frank Veltum, of St. James, was visiting in the city the latter part of last week the guest of William Burchard and family.

Mrs. I.D. Alvord left Monday morning for Pipestone, where she will have charge of the music at some special church meetings.

Miss Dotha Hiller, who has been the guest of the Eggleston families in Worthington, departed on Saturday for her home in Tracy, Minn.

Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Wolven departed Monday morning for a visit at Winona Minn. Before returning they will visit at other points in the east.

Charles Foelschow departed Monday for a short stay at Windom. Mr. Foelschow is building a large barn there and went over to see how the work was getting along.

Mrs. J.W. Pettis, who has been spending the past ten weeks with relatives in Worthington and vicinity returned to her home in International Falls Sunday night.

Frank Spager, who has been holding down the third trick at the Omaha, departed Monday for St. Paul where he will work for the Northern Pacific railroad.

Wilson Abbott went to Lake Park last Thursday to instruct the band Mr. Abbott was formerly instructor for the Lake Park band, but last spring had to give it up on account of having too much other work along this line.

Miss Bessie Loveless visited with friends in Adrian Friday, returning Saturday.

J. Sidney of New Montgomery, S.D. was in the city and vicinity Monday on business.

H.M. Roshon was transacting business and calling on old friends in Brewster, Monday.

Miss Florence Johnson, of Mankato, was the guest of relatives in Worthington over Sunday.

Mrs. D.W. Chute returned Friday last from a visit with relatives at Warsaw and Hamilton, Illinois.

Henry G. Harrison, of Seymour, Iowa, was a visitor to this city on business the latter part of last week.

Frank L. Long, a business man of Valley Springs, S.D., was transacting business in Worthington Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. I.N. Wilson returned Monday from Little Rock, after having spent Sunday with relatives.

James Damon, of Mandan, N.D., was transacting business and visiting with old friends in the city Monday.

W.C. Wyatt was hauling lumber Monday with which he will build a large barn on his farm in Ransom township.

George H. Wilkins, of Manchester Iowa, was in the city and vicinity the first of the week looking after real estate interests.

Miss Mable Keeler returned to her home in Winona, Monday, afternoon, after having spent several day with Worthington friends.

W.H. Gilchrist, who has been employed in Anthony's barber shop resigned his position and is now employed in the Carrier shop.

D.W. Turner, of Magnolia, was transacting business and calling on old acquaintances in Worthington the latter part of last week.

Mrs. Mary Foster returned to her home in Britt, Iowa, Monday after having spent several days with relatives and friends in this city and vicinity.

Messrs. John and James Hermiston, of Couleraine [Coleraine], Minn., were in the city Sunday on their way to Sioux Valley, where they were going to take their father for burial. He was a resident of this part of the state about 13 years ago.

Ed Eggleston resumed work firing on the Omaha, Monday, after having been laid up about a week with a lame hip. While at work a week previous fixing the headlight on the engine he slipped and fell to the ground, badly wrenching his hip.

Mr. and Mrs. S.A. Harding and Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Williamson will leave today for Corona, California, where they will make their future home. The rest of Mr. Harding's family are all residents of Corona where they had to go for their health. Besides Mr. Harding's family there are a large number of other Nobles county people residing there. Their many friends join with the Globe in wishing them health and prosperity in their new home.

T.W. Keavey, of Sioux Falls, a former resident of this city, was transacting business and shaking hands with old friends in town Monday.

Mrs. E.J. Helmick is visiting this week, in Fulda, the guest of John Tolverson and family.

Mrs. Fred Huntington, of Albert Lea, arrived in the city Monday for a visit with old friends.

Mrs. Frank F. Farmer, of Little Falls, Minn., arrived in Worthington Monday and is the guest of friends and relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. J.W. McGraw, of Remer, Minnesota, were visiting in Worthington Monday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.T. Latta.

George R. Cassady, of Menominee, Michigan, was in the city and vicinity the first of the week looking over the real estate propositions.

Mr. and Mrs. Newman, of St. James, were visiting in the city over Sunday, the guests at the home of their son, Roy Newman and family.

Mrs. S.R. Dubetz and daughter Emma, of Lakefield arrived in the city Tuesday for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Carl Bishop, and family.

Christ Larson, one of the prosperous farmers residing in the neighborhood of Round Lake, was in the city Monday and made the Globe office a very pleasant call.

Miss Rena Babcock returned to her home in Barron, Wis., Tuesday, after having spent a few days in the city, the guest of Mrs. J.S. Kies. Miss Babcock had just returned from Twin Falls, Idaho.

G.J. Saxton, of Crawford, Nebraska, was in the city Monday on his way to Luverne. Mr. Saxton has been in the newspaper business at Crawford and his intention was to buy an interest in the Luverne Journal.

Mesdames Frank and Ed. Eggleston visited Brewster a few hours Wednesday.

Bill Wedge one of Anthony's tonsorial artists, made a trip to Sioux Falls Tuesday afternoon.

Miss Annie Davis left Tuesday afternoon for a couple of days' visit with relatives at Adrian.

Mr. and Mrs. Hotchkiss, of Sibley were visiting with friends in the city the first of the week.

Oscar Wick, of Estherville, Io., was transacting business in Worthington the first of the week.

Mrs. A.H. Clark left Wednesday afternoon for Heron Lake, where she will visit for a few days.

The many friends of "Doc" Anderson will regret to hear that he is very low with typhoid fever.

J.R. Bahne, of the Sibley Tribune, was among visitors from that place to Worthington today.

Mrs. Ames left Wednesday afternoon for Rushmore, where she will visit with her daughter, Mrs. Renshaw.

Editor Matteson of the Rushmore Enterprise, was in town Wednesday evening to attend the republican rally.

Mrs. F.D. Everett, of Ash Creek, came over Tuesday for a short visit with relatives, returning on the afternoon train.

Miss Emma Milbraith who has been employed at the Humiston hospital, left Wednesday afternoon, for Hot Springs, Ark.

George N. Manchester, of Sioux Falls, was transacting business in Worthington a couple of days the first of the week.

Thomas Newel, of Adrian, calling on friends in the city today, Thursday, and made the Globe office a pleasant call.

The last of the buildings on the hotel site have been moved and a force of workmen are busy excavating for the basement.

E.C. Johnson, of Tripoli, Io., was looking after his business interests in this section of the county the first of the week.

Geo. W. Wilson, accompanied by Theo. Bahls, of Round Lake, and T.W. Keavey, of Sioux Falls made a trip to Wilmont Monday.

W.C. Dealy, of Paullina Io., was transacting business nd shaking hands with old friends in this neck of the woods Tuesday.

Judge Dow united in marriage Cyril Pelan, of Caunders county, Neb., and Miss Anna Lavenger, of Woodbury county, Io. today, Thursday.

Mrs. John Baker returned to her home in Sheldon, Io., Tuesday afternoon, after having spent a week with relatives and friends in the city.

George Schafer, of Tripp, S.D., was in the city Monday looking after his business interests. Mr. Schafer is one of the owners in an elevator here.

Glenn and Rollo Hamilton, returned to their home in Lamberton, Tuesday morning. They had been visiting their uncle, J.W. Hamilton, of Worthington, for several days.

Sam S. Benner, of Joliet, Illinois, arrived in the city last week for a visit with his sister, Mrs. James Isom. Mr. Benner has decided to remain in Worthington and will take charge of the depot lunch counter nights.

Thursday, October 20, 1910

HAPPILY WEDDED.

Arthur S. Hogan and Miss Rudelphia Rippberger, Joined in Wedlock Saturday.

A very pretty home wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Rippberger at eleven o'clock Saturday morning, when their daughter, Miss Rudelphia, was united in marriage to Arthur S. Hogan. The ceremony was read by Rev. G.G. Schmid, of the Episcopal church. Only about twenty-five of the immediate relatives of the contracting parties being present.

The home was very prettily decorated throughout with autumn flowers and foliage.

The bride was neatly gowned in a white lingerie dress and carried white roses. They were unattended.

After receiving the congratulations a wedding luncheon was served in the dining room.

The bride is one of Worthington's most popular young ladies, and has lived here all her life with her parents. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Hogan, of this city and has a large circle of friends here.

The happy couple left on the afternoon train for St. Paul, where they will be at home on 532 University Avenue, after Nov. 15.

The Globe joins with their host of friends in extending congratulations.

Sibley Man Takes Worthington Bride

A very pretty wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M.M. Warden on Wednesday evening, October 12, when her sister, Miss Katherine McManus, was wedded to William Wassman, of Sibley. The bride is well known in this city and was formerly employed as cashier in Hart's store. The groom is a popular young man of Sibley and is employed in Taylor's store.

The happy couple left on Monday for Sibley where they will make their future home.

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Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Strickler, of Windom, were visiting with Worthington people Wednesday.

IN MEMORIAM

Mrs. Joseph M. Arbes

Mrs. Joseph M. Arbes, formerly Miss Virginia Matteson, whose home was for many years in Worthington, Minn., passed to her reward Monday, October 3, and her body was laid to rest in Lakewood cemetery, Minneapolis, Minn., October 6, 1910. She was born in Minneapolis, Aug. 27, 1885.

Mrs. Arbes was the wife of one of New Ulm's respected citizens, a young druggist who is highly regarded in Worthington, where he spent several years in the drug store of Mr. Morland before engaging in business for himself. As a young lady, Mrs. Arbes, entered fully into the best life of Worthington, a popular and forceful personality, a helpful member of the Congregational church. Mr. and Mrs. Arbes were married in Minneapolis, Minn., May 25, 1909, and after an extended trip to the Pacific coast made their home in New Ulm.

Mrs. Arbe's home was one of attractiveness and influence. She took her place in the Congregational church and so far as her health would permit she joined with her husband in a valued contribution of influence and uplift in the community. She was ill for a year before the seriousness of her trouble was realized. In the spring of 1910 she entered the sanitarium at Pine City, Minn. Returning to her home she seemed again well on the way to health, but found it necessary to receive special treatment and was taken to the Hill Crest Hospital, Minneapolis.

A week in the hospital revealed her fatal malady. All that loving care could provide she received. Her husband, mother and sister were at her bedside at the last. She fought a brave fight for a longer lease in her home and with her friends, but yielded bravely and peacefully to God's call at 10:00 a.m. Monday, Oct 3.

Many friends gathered at the burial service from Worthington and New Ulm as well as the Twin Cities. The floral tributes were beautiful and bountiful, making a rare and comforting crest in the beautiful cemetery where her body rests beside those of her father's brother. The service of burial was conducted by Rev. Chas. H. Curtis, of Peoples church, St. Paul, Minn., a former pastor and friend of the family.

"And you shall shortly know that lengthened breath
Is not the sweetest gift God sends His friends
But that, sometimes, the sable pall of death
Conceals the fairest boon His love can send."

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Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Vail left Saturday morning for a few days' visit with Brewster people.

L.H. Gray returned from the twin cities Monday morning, where he had been on business.

Frank Eggleston made a trip to Luverne on business Thursday, returning on the night train.

Attorney Manly P. Thornton was transacting business at Adrian and Lismore the latter part of last week.

Dr. Andrews, of Mankato, was in this city the first of the week in consultation with Dr. Dolan.

Geo. Reidesel, who has been visiting his brother, Fred, returned to his home in Wheatland, Iowa, Friday.

A. Herman left Saturday for Sheldon Iowa, where he will spend a few days visiting with relatives and friends.

John Webster returned from Sibley, Iowa, the latter part of last week, where he had been on land business.

Ben Hildyard left Monday morning for Des Moines, where he will resume his studies in the Highland Park College.

Mrs. J.T. Smallwood returned Saturday from Minneapolis, where she has been since the death of her sister, Mrs. Jos. Arbes.

Mrs. Petroska, who has been the guest of her cousin, A. Herman, and family departed on Saturday for her home in Denver, Colorado.

Mrs. C.W. Willis returned to her home in Steen, Minn., Saturday after having visited a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Marr.

D.R. Savage went over to Windom Saturday to spend Sunday with his family. Mr. Savage has charge the surveying of the Judicial Ditch No. 13.

Fay Ransom, of Chicago, arrived in the city last week for a visit with relatives. While here he will assist his uncle, Capt. H.W. Steffens, in his restaurant.

Clinton Man returned to his home in Minneapolis Saturday. He was accompanied by his sister, Genevieve, who will attend school there until the first of the year.

Mrs. J.K. Baker and son, Berry, returned from Minneapolis, Sunday where Berry had been taking medical treatment for the past two week. He returned somewhat improved.

E.P. Johnson and Oscar Anderson, of Polk county, Nebraska, returned to their homes Monday. These gentlemen have invested in some Nobles county real estate.

Joe Henrichs returned last week from a visit at various places in Iowa and Illinois. He informs us that he will leave later for Milwaukee, where he will work the coming winter.

Ed Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson, of Rushmore, were in the city Friday a few hours. They were on the way to points in California and other parts in the west on a pleasure trip.

Mr. Smith, father of Mrs. Geo. Giles, arrived in the city last week from California on a visit. Mr. Smith accompanied by Mr. Giles went to Mitchell the latter part of the week for a visit.

Geo. A. Lewis, of Mankato, traveling salesman for the Reo auto, was calling on friends in the city the latter part of the week. Mr. Lewis was one of the drivers in the Glidden tour that passed thru Worthington the past summer.

H. Buss, of Fulda, was in the city Friday and made this office a pleasant call. Mr. Buss informed the Globe that he would leave the first of the week for Hugo, Colorado, where he and his family would make their future home. Another good citizen of Nobles county gone to help build up the far west.

Anton Tietenberg returned Tuesday from Minneapolis and Red Wing, where he had been visiting.

Messers. N. Long and A. Baer, of Luverne, were calling on old friends in Worthington Sunday.

George Bulick, of Reading, last week purchased a Ford Automobile from E.J. Wolven, of this city.

Mr. and Mrs. Jay Wolven left Monday afternoon for the twin cities, where they will visit for a few days.

Mrs. Miller, of St. Paul, the Department President of the W.R.C., was visiting in Worthington Tuesday.

Miss Freida Olson, of Minneapolis, who has been the guest of E.R. Johnson, returned to her home Monday.

Miss Ella Kendall, of Stewartville, Minn., arrived in the city Tuesday and will spend a week visiting with friends.

Mrs. J.H. Dryden returned Tuesday from Windom, where she has been spending a week visiting with relatives.

Miss Mabel Hogan, of Minneapolis, came down from Minneapolis last week to attend the wedding of her brother, Arthur.

Mrs. J.J. Rippberger and son, Thomas, of St. Paul attended the Hogan-Rippberger wedding in the city last Friday.

Mrs. A.P. Rose returned to her home in Luverne the latter part of last week, after having visited with relatives in the city.

John Ruter and mother, of Renville, Minn., who have had a little baby here for medical treatment, returned to their home Monday.

Mrs. Stolz, who has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Paul Jamison, returned to her home in Sterling, Ill., Monday ft.

Miss Nell Crever came down from Minneapolis, Saturday, for an over Sunday visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Crever.

Arthur Hildyard came over from Sioux Falls to spend Sunday under the parental roof. Arthur is firing on the line from Mitchell to that place.

Paddy Tripp came over from Luverne Saturday for a short visit with old friends. He has charge of the Omaha pumping station at that place.

Mrs. Kendrick, state inspector of the Woman's Relief Corps, was in Worthington Monday and inspected the local corp. She went from here to Luverne.

Attorney Crandall, of Boise, Idaho, arrived in the city Monday to look after some legal business and also to visit his many friends in this section of the county.

Andrew Gustafson, Walter Denkman and John Mangelson, of Round Lake, attended Odd Fellows Lodge here Tuesday evening, where work in the third degree was conferred.

M.L. Holbrook, proprietor of the Ideal Dry Cleaning Parlors, returned Tuesday from Marshaltown, Iowa, where he had been spending a few days with relatives and old friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rippberger, of Elgin, Illinois, were guests at the Hogan-Rippberger wedding in this city last Saturday. The former is a brother of John, the father of the bride.

A.C. Veenker, of George, Iowa, paid Nobles county a visit the first of the week and invested in 400 acres of land five miles north of Reading. It is his intention to move here in another year.

Miss Diemer, of Mountain Lake, was in the city over Sunday, visiting with friends.

Mrs. Lorge came over from Adrian Tuesday for a visit at the home of M.P. Mann.

J.H. Howe, of Rushmore, was transacting business at the county seat Saturday afternoon.

Miss Kramer, of St. Kilian, was visiting in the city Tuesday, the guest of Mrs. Annie Davis.

Mrs. Peter Thompson left Monday morning for a visit at the twin cities and Carver, Minn.

John Montgomery came up from Sibley Tuesday to call on old friends and to transact business.

Matt Mullroy, of near Adrian, was circulating among old friends in Worthington Tuesday afternoon.

Attorney Canfield and Christopherson of Luverne, were attending court in Worthington this week.

Miss Alice Eggleston returned Saturday from Adrian, where she had been visiting with her sister, Mrs. Ralph Long.

Mrs. Anderson, of Sioux Falls, arrived in the city Tuesday afternoon for a visit with her brother, Chas. E. Ward, and family.

Mrs. Frank Long and children, who have been visiting in the city with relatives, left Tuesday for her home in Tracy, Minn.

Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Fauskee and Mrs. Tillie Johnson spent Sunday in Lakefield. The trip was made in Dahlheim's auto.

J.H. Murphy, of Owatonna, state manager of the Yeomen, was in the city Monday evening to attend a meeting of that order.

Messrs. Fred Klutz and Joe Wentwig, of Storm Lake, Iowa, were in the city the first of the week looking over the real estate proposition.

Clyde Siegmiller and family and Ernest Bershaw left Monday for Benton Harbor, Michigan, for a visit with old friends and relatives.

Rev. and Mrs. Cahoon went to St. James Tuesday to be in attendance at a banquet that was given in honor of the pastor of the M.E. church.

The smiling countenance of John Wilson can now be seen at the baggage room at the Omaha depot. He has resumed his old position as day baggage man.

E.L. Schwartz, the mayor of Miloma, came home Saturday to spend Sunday with his family. Ed is buying grain there and says it keeps two hustling to handle the business.

F.C. Stitser, a former Worthington citizen, but now of Dorris, California, arrived in the city this week for a visit with old friends and to look after his interests in this section.

Fremont Dow arrived in the city the latter part of last week from Chambers, Iowa, for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.W.W. Dow, and other relatives. He has a claim out there and has a six months' leave.

Geo. H. Lagroaf, of Minneapolis, arrived in the city last week and is now employed by Geo. R. Lawrence as undertaker and funeral director. Mr. Lagroaf was a former resident of Adrian, and comes very highly recommended to our people.

Geo. Jasma, who has held the position as day baggageman at the Omaha depot, has resigned his position and on Monday left for his home at Hospers, Iowa, where he will visit for a few days. He will then leave for St. Paul and take the examination for telegraphers. George has made many friends here who regret to see him go.

James Isom, manager of the depot lunch counter, left Tuesday for a couple of day's stay at Sanborn, Minn. Although he went on business he says that he will do a little chicken hunting as they are reported quite numerous in that section.

George Kunzeman informs us that commencing with next week he will assume charge of the Brewster Tribune as manager and editor for Mr. McChesney. We know that George will give that place a first-class paper and we wish him success.

A.L. Canfield informs the Globe that he has succeeded in forming a company for the manufacture of his washing machine. The factory will be located at Luverne and Mr. Canfield will leave in a short time for Chicago to purchase supplies for the factory. Those who have seen the machine and are versed in such matters say that Al. has a winner.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ferguson, of Fremont, Minn., returned to their home Monday, after having visited at the home of Rev. Carleton. They were accompanied by his father, Jno Ferguson, who has also been visiting at the Carleton home.

John Anderson, of Sibley, was a business visitor to Worthington the first of the week.

In last week's issue we stated that C.J. Williamson had gone to California. The item should have read E.S. Williamson.

Mrs. J.A. Wickman went to Minneapolis Wednesday to attend the Anderson-Sterling wedding, she being a sister of the bride.

David Anderson and Miss Sophia Sterling, of this city, were married in Minneapolis last night. A more extended account will be given next week.

Clerk of Court Humiston during the past week has issued marriage licenses to Oscar Anderson and Mabel Fullweiler, of Nobles county; P.L. Wyatt, of Iowa, and Jessie Wyatt, of Nobles county; M.P. Jessen and Sarah A. Darling, of Nobles county; Alex Beckman and Martha Lupkes, of Nobles county.

Judge Cory returned from his visit at his old home in Indiana Saturday.

Harry S. Hobson went to Bigelow on business Tuesday, returning in evening.

J.H. Howe, of Rushmore, was transacting business at the county seat Saturday afternoon.

Mrs. John Morton left Wednesday for a visit at her old home and other points in Illinois.

Miss Florence Voak went to the twin cities for a few days' visit the latter part of last week.

Joe Masgai, of Adrian, was over Wednesday to visit his brother, John, and to call on old friends.

James Fellows, of Round Lake, was calling on old friends at the county capitol Friday last.

Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Wolven and Mrs. E.J. Jones autoed over to Adrian Sunday for a short visit.

Messrs. F.F. Kitterman and Albert Aaneson, of Luverne, were transacting business in the city Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. John Maxson arrived in the city Wednesday from Wabasha, Minn., for a visit with friends.

Messrs. Joseph North, of Elkton, S.D., and William North, of Currie, were business visitors to this city Monday.

Mrs. Andrew Anderson returned to her home in Adrian Wednesday, after having spent a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Ivan Erickson.

Judge Cory on Wednesday, Nov. 19, united in marriage C.M. Reynold, of Nobles county, and Fannie L. Miller, of Hardin county, Iowa.

Miss Cora Anderson, of Glascow, Kansas, who has been the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Ivan Olson, departed Wednesday for a further visit with relatives at Milwaukee.

Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Asman were very pleasantly surprised last Saturday evening by about twenty-five friends and neighbors, the occasion being the 25th anniversary of their marriage. Refreshments were served and a good time enjoyed by all.

E.W. Kant, of Stromsberg, Nebraska, has been in this vicinity the past few days looking over real estate propositions. On Wednesday evening he concluded that Nobles county was about the proper place and invested in a quarter section through Harry S. Hobson.

L.W. Johnson, of Lismore, was in Worthington the first of the week calling on friends.

Miss Goldie Beach, of Marshall, Minn., arrived in the city Tuesday for a visit with relatives and friends.

Mrs. E.R. Humiston returned Tuesday from Minneapolis, where she had been visiting for a few days.

Mr. and Mrs. John Benson are the happy parents of a baby boy, which was born to them on Tuesday, Oct. 18.

Miss Edith Bear has resigned her position in the telephone office and has accepted a position as cashier at Hart's Cut Price Cash Store.

John Jackson, of Grundy Center, Iowa, was in Worthington and vicinity the first of the week looking over the real estate proposition.

E.W. Fairbanks, of Osceola Co., Iowa, on Wednesday evening closed a deal with Harry S. Hobson whereby he became possessor of a quarter section of Nobles county land.

Jessen-Darling Nuptials

A very pleasant home wedding occurred at the residence of A.P. Darling in this city on Wednesday v, October 19th, when their daughter, Sarah A. Darling, was united in marriage to Mr. M.P. Jessen, Rev. Ira D. Alvord officiating.

Miss Gladys Taylor, of Minneapolis, acted as bridesmaid and Mr. Lee E. Daring as best man. The wedding march was played by Miss Holland.

Only the immediate relatives and friends witnessed the ceremony.

At ten o'clock wedding supper was served to which all were invited to partake, after which the evening was spent in a social way.

Both of the contracting parties are well and favorably known in this city, Mr. Jessen having spent several years here as head clerk in Albertus' clothing store. They will make their home in Worthington.

Thursday, October 20, 1910

The Lutheran parsonage was the scene of a pretty wedding Wednesday morning, where at 9 o'clock Elfie Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Tentler, of Lismore, was married to Mr. Herman J. Lebens, of the same place. Miss Anna Loonan and William Tentler were the witnesses. The party came over by auto. From 11 a.m. until 8 p.m. invited guests congratulated the happy couple at the home of the bride's parents, and the day was rounded out by a dance at Hendel's hall. The Democrat joins their many friends in best wishes.........

Fred Mohl came down from St. Paul Monday to arrange for the shipping of his nursery stock near town. He has a force of men at work now and will ship to a Minneapolis firm about 26,000 young apple trees, making two carloads. Mr. Mohl returned Wednesday. --Adrian Democrat.

Alfred J. Rogness, the fifteen-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. T.T. Rogness, who live two and one-half miles north of Kenneth, was fatally injured Monday t while starting a gasoline engine, and death resulted several hours later. Alfred went to the engine house shortly before six o'clock to start a gasoline engine to grind some feed for a number of young pigs that his father had given him, and while no one witnessed the accident, it is believed that his coat was caught between the belt and the fly wheel pulley of the engine and in this way he was carried around with the revolving wheel, striking on the cement floor, until his left leg caught in such a manner as to stop the engine. A sister of the unfortunate lad, and also a passing neighbor, heard his cries, and rushed to his assistance, and when they reached him his coat was still held fast between the belt and fly wheel pulley. He was conscious, however, and in reply to a query from the neighbor he stated that he thought he would not recover from his injuries.

Alfred was the second son of Mr. and Mrs. Rogness, and was a boy of bright promise and the sympathy of all goes out to the bereaved family, during this, their hour of great bereavment. --Rock County Herald.

Thursday, October 27, 1910

A Pretty Wedding.

A pretty home wedding of Wednesday evening, Oct. 19 was that of Miss Sophia Sterling and David Anderson at the home of the bride's sister and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Elof Swanson, 3325 Dupont Ave. S., Minneapolis, Minn. at 8 o'clock. Rev. Nels Nelson of Bethel Baptist church assisted by Frank Peterson D.D. read the service in the presence of relatives. In the living room where the vows were spoken autumn leaves, carnations and roses formed the decoration and in the dining room were yellow chrysanthemums, autumn leaves and yellow shaded candle sticks which carried out a color note of yellow. Miss Ruth Youngren played the Lohengrin wedding march and during the ceremony played Mendelssohn's Spring Song.

The bride's gown was of Nainsook and embroidery flouncing and she carried a bouquet of pink roses. She was attended by her two nieces Judith and Ella Swanson and the groom had chosen Carl Swanson and Harrington Loveland as his best men. After the ceremony a wedding supper was served. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson will be at home in Worthington after Nov. 10th.

Married

At the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hornstein, residing near Worthington, Miss Nellie Hornstein and Arved Hagberg, at eight o'clock Wednesday evening October 26, Rev. L.L. Sowles officiating.

The contracting parties are both well and favorably known in Worthington and vicinity, who extend to them the heartiest congratulations.

They were attended by the sister of the groom, Elga Hagberg, as bridesmaid, and a brother of the bride, J. Hornstine, as best man.

After the ceremony and the congratulations were extended, the man [main?] guests were seated to a bountiful wedding supper.

They will immediately go to house keeping on the farm formerly owned by the groom's father.

R.N. Badelson, of Dundee, was in Worthington on business one day the first of the week.

Chas. Maynard of Wabasha, Minn., was in Worthington the first of the week transacting business.

Ernest Anderson and Geo. Foelschow were visiting with friends in Luverne and Adrian Sunday.

Miss Mary Bauman, of Long Prairie, Minn., arrived in the city Wednesday for a visit with relatives.

Mrs. W.M. Evans came down from Minneapolis e first of the week for a couple of days' visit.

Dick Bruning and Hannah Busman, of Nobles county, were married by Judge Cory on Friday, October 21.

Peter Anderson's family received a pleasant surprise this week by a visit from five of their old Illinois friends.

Miss Cora Cristal, of Lakefield, who has been visiting at the home of A.F. Dring, returned to her home Monday.

Mrs. Minnie Smith and two children, of Dundee, arrived in the city Saturday for a visit with the Leistico and Vanda Duba families.

Mrs. E.J. Wolven left Friday for Ames, Iowa, for an over Sunday visit with her son, Ray, who is attending the agricultural college there.

Mesdames Ned Jones and Howard Durfee gave two pleasant five o'clock teas at the home of the former last week Wednesday and Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Newman will move this week to St. James, where Mr. Newman will have a regular run on a passenger, a much better one than he is holding now.

Mrs. H.S. Lewis and daughter, Vera, left Friday for a couple of days' visit at Windom.

Misses Lillian and Florine Milton went to Bigelow for a short visit with relatives Saturday.

Pan Condon, of Bigelow, was transacting business and calling on old friends in town Monday.

John H. Staubus went to Sheldon Monday afternoon on land business returning on the night train.

James R. Jones, of Adrian, father of our county attorney, was visiting in the city last Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Peterson, of Windom, came over Friday for an over Sunday visit with relatives.

L.H. Gray left Saturday for Sauk Centre, Minn., called there by the serious illness of his mother.

Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Carleton and children went to Bigelow Monday afternoon for a short visit with friends.

Mrs. Frank Eggleston went to Adrian Friday afternoon for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Ralph Long.

Mrs. Chris Solomon returned Saturday from Sioux City here she had been spending a few days visiting.

Peter Thompson went to Luverne Friday afternoon on business connected with the building of the new hotel.

Mrs. F.B. Duster came up from Remsen, Iowa, Saturday for a visit at the home of her mother, Mrs. P. O'Connor.

Clem Richards arrived home from Joplin, Missouri, Sunday night, where he has been for the past six or eight weeks.

George Hagen, of Paullina, Iowa, who has been visiting his sister, Mrs. H.W. Moyer, returned to his home Monday.

Mrs. John Mace, who has been the guest of her son, John, for the past five weeks, returned to her home in Durand, Wisconsin, Monday.

Mrs. Salspaugh, of Mankato, who has been the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Allen, returned to her home Tuesday. She was accompanied by her father.

Leslie Austin returned from Eagle Grove and other points in Iowa the latter part of last week, where he has been spending his vacation from the duties at the post office.

Mrs. Bert R. Holley left Monday afternoon for Ledyard, Iowa, where she will visit with her parents for a week. Bert will also leave for there Friday to visit over Sunday.

Rev. Childs, of Parker, Kansas has been holding meetings at the Congregational church this week to increasing gatherings. The meetings will be continued over Sunday.

Archie Moberly a former resident of Worthington, came down from Canada last week for a visit with relatives and old friends. Archie is railroading up there and is doing nicely.

Mrs. John Fitch visited with friends in Luverne the latter part of last week.

E.V. Voak took the morning passenger train for Heron Lake on business Thursday.

Clyde Williams returned Sunday night from Bowman, North Dakota where he had been on business.

J.H. Maxwell went to Windom Tuesday on business. He will be absent the balance of the week.

H.J. Day, of Coon Rapids, Ia., through Harry S. Hobson last week purchased 320 acres of land near Worthington.

A. Hardo spent Sunday in this city with his family. He has been selling apples in car lots in Dakota for the past two weeks.

Geo. Jasma came up from Hospers Monday to spend the day. He was on his way to St. Paul to take the telegrapher's examination.

Frank E. Caldwell, state manager of the Mystic Workers of the World was calling on old friends in town the latter part of last week.

Mrs. Partington, of New York City, who has been the guest of Miss McCune, returned to Windom, Tuesday, where she is visiting with her parents.

Oscar Opsata, of Luverne, returned to his home Monday, after having spent a few days with relatives in this city, and also doing some hunting in this vicinity.

Charley Ison, living on the Lindquist farm south of town, made a trip to Turtle Lake, Wis., last week and bought a farm and will make that country his future home.

M.E. Lawton was called to Lakeview, Iowa, by a telegram Sunday on account of the death of his sister, Mrs. C.M. Mohler. Mrs. Mohler had been in poor health since last spring.

Dr. Mork left Tuesday morning for Wood Lake, Minn., called there by a telegram stating that his baby was very ill. Mrs. Mork has been visiting with relatives here for about a week.

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence V. Taylor who have been visiting with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Taylor returned to their home in Minneapolis Thursday of last week. They were here on their bridal trip having been married on October 12. Mrs. Taylor was formerly Miss Edith Marie Condit, daughter of the Clinton editor. The many friends of Vivian in Worthington joins with the Globe in extending to them the best of wishes and good luck.

W.C. Smith, of Emmettsburg, Ia. has been visiting in the city a few days this week.

Attorney A.J. Daly, of Luverne, was attending court in Worthington Friday of last week.

Messrs. D.T. Cramer, P. Schultes, and Carl Arneson, were county seat visitors on business Tuesday.

C.A. Sands and Geo. Burton, of Adrian, were visitors at the county seat on business Wednesday.

County Attorney Jones made a short visit to his old home in Adrian on business Wednesday.

Messrs. Ed Fogerty and J.V. Rice of Ellsworth, were transacting business at the county seat Wednesday.

Mrs. E.H. Canfield, of Luverne, came over Wednesday for a visit at the home of her son, A.L. Canfield.

L.A. Smith, of Spirit Lake, Iowa, was calling on friends in Worthington and transacting business Wednesday.

Geo. Ulund, of Round Lake, was among the visitors from that place to the county seat the first of the week.

W.A. Poole, state manager of the Yeomen, went to Ellsworth Wednesday evening to attend a meeting of that order.

Messrs. R.W. Lucas and Clarence Ellis, of Estherville, Iowa, were transacting business in Worthington last Saturday.

Bill Wedge, who has been employed in the Anthony tonsorial parlors, has resigned his position and gone to Sioux Falls.

Messrs. C.L. Holden and C.W. Polkington, of Cherokee, Iowa, were looking over the country in this vicinity the first of the week.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bulick and family, of Reading, were visiting in town Wednesday. The trip was made in their new Ford auto.

Mrs. Scott, of Melville, Iowa, visited with old friends in Worthington a short time Wednesday while on her way to her old home in Adrian.

Misses Ethel Jones and Gertrude Becker and Messrs. James R. Jones, J.R. Hoskins and Chas. Speffins, were guests at the E.J. Jones home Saturday.

We have heard a large number of complaints recently about violations of the automobile ordinance, especially about the lamps not being lighted after dark.

James Isom, manager of the depot lunch counter, left Wednesday afternoon for Joliet, Illinois, called there by the illness of his father. It is his intention if his father is able to be moved to bring him back to Worthington.

Alfred Nazarenus spent Sunday with the Severson children in Elk township.

T.R. Hildyard left Monday for an indefinite stay at Currie, where he has a large farm.

A. Herman, of Dewald township lost one of his valuable horses the first of the week.

Miss Emma Herman is confined to Humiston's hospital with an attack of typhoid fever.

Timothy Heffron, of Ellsworth was in Worthington Wednesday attending the district court.

Edstrom Bros. report a good flow of water at sixty feet on the B.O. Gallagher farm near Org.

C.A. Bird and M. Holleran, of Ellsworth, were in the city attending the district court today.

Mrs. Frank F. Ellsworth, of St. James, was in attendance at the republican rally in Worthington last Saturday.

Miss Myrtle Baldwin, of Birchwood Wisconsin, is visiting in the city, the guest of her sister, Mrs. David Anthony and family.

F.A. Henning of Fonda, Iowa, was looking over the real estate in this vicinity the first of the week with a view of purchasing.

Wm. Bofemkamp, one of Ellsworth's reliable hardware dealers was calling on old acquaintances in Worthington the past week.

Miss Mary Wells, who has been the guest of relatives and friends in Worthington, returned to her home in Kasson, Minn., this afternoon.

E.B. Gillis, of Marshall, Minn., was calling on old friends in town Sunday. He is a former Worthington boy and at one time attended our high school.

Messrs. W.J. Craden and John Crowley of Ellsworth, were shaking hands with old friends in this vicinity the first of the week and attending court.

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Shell and daughter, Marjorie, and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shell were in attendance at the Clark-Shell wedding at Sibley, Wednesday evening.

W.F. Baker, of St. Paul, is the new ticket and freight clerk at the Omaha depot having commenced upon his duties today. He is a brother of the third trick operator.

Clerk of Court Humiston has issued marriage licenses to the following during the past week: Dick Bruning and Hannah Busman, of Nobles county, J.J. Hittmiller and Anna Reitenger, of Iowa, John Gengler and Mary Theis of Nobles county.

 

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Source:
Microfilm, Worthington Globe; Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN; obtained May, 2009.


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