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Thursday, September 1, 1910

John Gardner, of Winona, Minn., was in Worthington and vicinity on Monday.

Samuel Allen left Saturday for Mankato, where he will spend a week with relatives.

Miss Hattie Phillips left Saturday afternoon for an ovr Sunday visit with Sibley people.

Mrs. P. O'Connor entertained a number of friends at a sewing party Tuesday afternoon.

Louis Moody, of Canby, Minn., was in town the first of the week visiting with relatives.

V.E. Gustafson went to Sioux Falls Friday afternoon on business, returning the next day.

Miss Blanche McGowan departed Tuesday afternoon for a visit at Rock Rapids and Doon, Iowa.

L.W. Keith, of Burt, Iowa, who was the guest of Paul Jamison, returned to his home Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Renshaw, of Rushmore, were in town Tuesday on their way to Osage, Iowa.

Mrs. Alexander Matton, of Wabasha, Minn., was the guest of relatives in the city over Sunday.

Ernest Anderson visited in Sioux Falls a few days the past week. The trip was made on his motorcycle.

H.L. Thompson, of Vallejo, California, was in the city Sunday. He is a former Worthington boy and a son of Ezra Thompson.

Mrs. Patten, who has been visiting with Worthington relatives and friends, departed Tuesday afternoon for her home in Paullina, Iowa.

Miss Farrington, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Harry Strom, departed Tuesday morning for her home in Redwood Falls.

Mrs. John Heim and two children, who have been the guests of George Pfarrar and family, left Tuesday for their home in Brewster.

Fred B. Becker, of Tracy, was a Worthington visitor the first of the week. He was looking over the land in this section of the country.

Clerk of Court Humiston on Tuesday of this week granted license to wed to Folkert Eminga and Greta Schonemann, of Seward this week, this county.

Miss Gladys Humbert, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. A.C. Dickens during the summer, departed Tuesday afternoon for her home in Webster City, Iowa.

Leslie Luehrs departed Tuesday for Hamline, Minn., where he will enter the State University. Leslie graduated from the Worthington High school this spring with highest honors.

Carl Stancer and Miss Pearl McGinnis were married at the residence of the bride's brother, on Wednesday of last week by Rev. Ralph Carleton. The Globe joins with their many friends in extending congratulations.

Stewart Sawyer, a former employee of this office, was calling on friends in town Friday.

T.C. Collins, the big miller of Windom, was calling on Worthington friends Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tripp, of Round Lake, were visiting in town with relatives and friends Saturday.

Miss Martha Wick departed Saturday for Everett, Wash., where she will teach in the public schools.

C. Jacobson, who lives on the Jackson road, was in town Monday and took the train for Heron Lake.

Chas. P. Smith, who was the guest of Wm. DeVaney last week, left Saturday for his home in Minneapolis.

Miss Mary Wilson returned Tuesday from Bigelow, where she had been visiting with relatives and friends.

The Misses Alexander, of Heron Lake, have been guests at the Harry S. Hobson home the past ten days.

Mrs. J.N. Gould left the latter part of last week for Ceylon, where she visited over Sunday with relatives.

Miss Dora Wick returned to her home in Jackson Saturday, after a visit with relatives and friends in the city.

Frank Ames, of Madison, South Dakota, was the guest of his nephew, R.E. Smith, the latter part of last week.

Burr Ludlow, of Rushmore, was visiting with relatives and friends in Worthington the latter part of last week.

Fred Bloom, of Woodstock, Minn., was in town the latter part of last week the guest of his son, W.E., and family.

Martin Johnson, of Sleepy Eye, was the guest of relatives and friends in Worthington and vicinity Sunday and Monday.

John H. Black, of Wadena, was transacting business and visiting with Worthington people the latter part of last week.

Rose and Harry Witt, who have been visiting at the William Burchard home, left Monday morning for their home in St. James.

Messrs. William Wedge, Earl Barklew and Ralph Anderson were taking in the sights at Luverne the first of the week.

George Fosburg, of Milbank, South Dakota, returned to his home Saturday, after having visited at the Donovan home.

Mrs. G.W. Curtis and daughter, Marjorie, of St. Paul, were visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Hobson the past week.

J.D. Everett left Sunday morning for St. Paul and has accepted a position as telegraph operator for the Great Western Railroad Co.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Newman and Ralph and Bessie Anderson autoed to St. James Saturday for a visit with Mr. Newman's parents.

Mrs. Richard Rielly, of Webster City, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Little, of Ceylon, Minn., were over Sunday visitors at the home of Arthur Little.

Mrs. Reddy, who was the guest of Mrs. W.S. Wyatt, returned to her home in Sioux City Tuesday. She was accompanied by Mrs. Wyatt, who will spend a few days there.

Mr. and Mrs. C.T. Peterson left Friday morning for Lake Crystal, where he has a position as day operator. Mr. Peterson has been the third trick operator at the Omaha.

Miss Nellie Erickson left Wednesday for a visit with relatives and friends at Windom.

Mrs. John Donovon [Donovan?] left Wednesday for a few days' visit at Slayton and Pipestone.

James McKay went to Windom Friday last on business, returning the same day.

Dr. William A. Saxon and little son, Paul, went to Windom Wednesday for a short visit.

Mrs. Alma Peterson left the first of the week for a visit at Sioux City and other Iowa points.

Sheriff Fauskee and daughter, Genevieve were visiting in Brewster the first of the week.

Arnold Schwartz of Amboy, is visiting in the city, the guest of his uncle, E.L. Schwartz and family.

Mrs. Stieglemeyer returned to Windom Tuesday after a few days' visit at the home of W.H. Stieglemeyer.

Miss Clarice Anderson, who has been the guest of Mrs. Chas. Ward, returned to her home in Sioux Falls, the latter part of last week.

Frank Hide, who has been employed at the round house in this city, has resigned his position and returned to his home in Heron Lake.

Mrs. L.C. Chase, of Burlingame, Kansas, who has been the guest of her brother, E.L. Gillette, returned to her home the latter part of last week.

Richard R. Smith left Wednesday morning for a two weeks' visit with his daughter, Mrs. George Griggs at St. Paul. He will also take in the state fair.

Misses Ruby and Pearl Taylor returned to their home in Minneapolis Tuesday, after a vacation visit at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L.L. Taylor.

Miss A.M. Forsiea, of St. Paul, arrived in the city Monday and is now engaged by Mrs. Alma Peterson as head trimmer. As an expert in that line she comes very highly recommended.

Hans Carstenson, of Round Lake, was in Worthington Tuesday on his way home from Lismore, where he had been looking after his farming interests. The Globe office acknowledges a pleasant call.

John Stoneberger, of Roberts, Illinois, who has been visiting with L.S. Kenny and family, departed on Tuesday to look over the land in some of the counties adjoining us. He looked over the land in this section of Nobles county and was very much impressed with it.

Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Benjamin and daughter, Lucile, of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Kinsman and daughters, Nora and Louise, John and Herman Sandhager, and Oscar and Otto Danielson, all of Lodi, Illinois, were guests of C.E. Kinsman and family last week.

Mrs. C. Sieve, of Wilmont, was calling on Worthington friends the first of the week.

E.H. Enge, of Algona, was a Worthington visitor a couple of days the first of the week.

Mrs. F.C. Blandin, of Cresco, Iowa, is the guest of her cousin, W.H. Buchan and family.

Attorney Manly P. Thornton went to Windom Wednesday on legal business, returning the same day.

Miss Stella Anderson left Friday for Blue Earth where she will be the guest of E.E. Beckley and family.

Attorney J.A. Town went to Windom Friday on business connected with his candidacy for judge.

Miss Frances Reed, of Sioux City, arrived in the city Wednesday for a visit with Mrs. James Suddaby.

Misses Maud and Maggie Firth of New York state are visiting at the home of A.F. Firth and family.

Glenn Eggelston and Sunshine Edwards departed Monday for Sioux Falls and other points on pleasure bent.

Mrs. Cain and daughter, Laura, of Bigelow, were guests of Worthington friends between trains Wednesday.

Willie Allen left Tuesday afternoon for Des Moines, Iowa, where he has accepted a position in a restaurant.

Master Lester Erickson went to Adrian Monday afternoon to visit with his grandparents and other relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rew departed Friday for Lancaster, Wis., where Mrs. Rew will take medical treatment.

Mrs. W.E. Davis and children returned home Saturday from Sioux City where they have been visiting with relatives.

Mrs. W.D. Duxbury, of St. Paul arrived in the city Tuesday afternoon and is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. L.R. Dukberry.

Mesdames Abbott and Gilbertson, of Pipestone, arrived in the city Wednesday for a visit at the home of L.W. Abbott and family.

M. Hurlbert, one of Julius Palm's force, had the misfortune to slip and fall the latter part of last week and dislocate his shoulder.

Charles Arbes and sister, Miss Anna, who have been visiting with relatives in the city, returned to their home in New Ulm Wednesday.

The Misses Ruth and Esther Wester who have been guests at the Grelson home, returned to their home in Minneapolis the first of the week.

Mrs. Alvord left Tuesday afternoon for Blue Earth, where she will attend the state convention of the Women's Christian Union as a delegate.

The Misses Rouse, of Ceylon, Minn., arrived in the city this week and are making their home with their uncle, Dr. Gould. They will attend the Worthington high school.

Chas. Dillman, one of the editors of the Blue Earth Post, was visiting his uncle, Andy Dillman, last Saturday. We understand that Charlie and family were enjoying an outing at Spirit Lake.

Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Brush, of Whitte, Iowa, were Sunday visitors in Worthington.

Mrs. D.W. Chute left Tuesday for Hamilton, Ill., to look after her farm interests.

Henry Dibble moved into the rooms over Torrance & Son's store this week.

L.M. Herbert returned the first of the week from a few days' visit at the twin cities.

Edmond Swanberg left Friday for a couple of days' visit with relatives at Sioux Falls.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Butcher mourn the death of an infant child on Monday, Aug. 29th.

Miss Dora Scott went to Bigelow Tuesday, where she will visit with friends a few days.

Mrs. A.R. Kimball, of Fergus Falls, Minn., is the guest of relatives and friends in the city.

W.J. Rowlands, of Wester, Illinois, was a Worthington visitor the first of the week on business.

G.E. Kennet and son, of Adrian, were visiting in Worthington one day the first of the week.

P.F. Martin, of Ellsworth, was calling on old friends at the county capitol the latter part of last week.

Joe Hildyard returned home Friday from Camp Perry, Ohio, where he had been with the shooting team.

Mr. and Mrs. C. Stancer left last Friday morning for Amboy, Minn., where they will visit with relatives.

Miss Newell, of Kanawha, Iowa, arrived in the city Tuesday afternoon for a visit at the M.J. Bryan home.

Harry Kitterman of Ash Creek, was calling on friends in town Wednesday on his way home from Rushville, Nebraska.

Rev. J.C. Vanderlas, of Plattsville, Wisconsin, will conduct services in the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and evening.

The Misses Ada and Selma Holmberg, of St. Paul, arrived in the city Friday for a visit at the home of S. Kindlund and family.

Miss Opal E. Luehrs, of this city, will have charge of the German and Latin classes in the Windom High School the coming year.

Mrs. Hazard, who has been the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Free, departed on Friday for her home in Sioux Falls.

Miss Anna Bernard, who was principal in the Worthington schools for the past two years, will hold the same position this year in the Windom public schools.

A.E. Hart returned the first of the week from St. Louis. He had been purchasing goods for his most popular store and also visiting with relatives and friends.

Mrs. John Lawson was called to Omaha the latter part of last week by the death of her brother. George Lawson, editor of this paper, was also present at the funeral, which occurred on Sunday.

Death entered the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Enfield on Tuesday of this week and took away, Jesse, their nine months old baby. The funeral services were held today and the remains entered in the Worthington cemetery. The bereaved parents have the sympathy of all in their great loss.

Miss Katie Pfeil is visiting a few weeks with her brother Walter.

Miss Amy Blackman, of Avoca, is visiting among old friends in Worthington.

Miss Sarah Schuck, of LaPort City, Iowa, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. H. Pfeil.

James G. Shepardson, of Wells, Minn., was in Worthington on business Tuesday.

Jelmer Tellander has leased his farm and will move to Worthington in the near future.

Mrs. C.G. Berge went to Mitchell, South Dakota, Wednesday afternoon for a visit.

Miss Esther Hudson, of Waterloo, Iowa, was the buest of Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Lewis this week.

Mr. and Mrs. L.R. Suxbury [Duxbury?] are the proud parents of a baby boy, which came to their home on Aug. 27th.

Mrs. J.H. Schuck has gone to LaPort, Iowa, for a month's visit with her daughter, Mrs. Harry Anton.

Miss Arnes, who has been the guest of Miss Winnifred O'Connor, left this morning for her home in Dundee.

Prof. Edward Anton, of the Naperville College of Illinois, is enjoying a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Schuck.

Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Torrence departed this Thursday morning for a visit at the twin cities and the state fair.

Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Ludlow and two children, of Chicago, are the guests of his uncle, H.J. Ludlow, and family.

Mrs. Conkright, who has been a guest of C.C. Irwin and family, left this morning for her home in Urban, Illinois.

Miss E.H. Hall, proprietor of the Variety Store, has a half page advertise in this issue. Better look it up, it will pay you.

V.G. Cosgrove, of Lewiston, Minn., was looking over the land in this section of the county a couple of days the first of the week.

Mrs. Ferdinand Wassmond, of Reading, died in this city on Aug. 30th, of cancer of the stomach. She had been here for medical attendance for the past two months. She was born in Germany and was married to Mr. Wassmond about three years ago, and is the mother of one child. She was 29 years, 1 month and 1 day old. The remains were taken to Reading today for burial.

John L. Jones, who has been braking on the passenger train on the Sioux Falls branch, made his last trip on Wednesday. Mr. Jones started to work for the Omaha 43 years ago when the line first went to Belle Plaine, Minn. He has been on the branch here for about fourteen years and at one time was a resident of this city. He leaves the service of the Omaha to take up a claim, which he drew in the opening of Gregory county, So. Dak. "Johnnie" will be greatly missed by a large circle of Worthington friends.

Thursday, September 8, 1910

MAN KILLED BY TRAIN
Glaus Gronongi [Gronangi], Org, Killed by Sioux Falls Branch Passenger Train

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Other person mentioned in this article: Annie Hilfer.

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson are the proud parents of a baby girl, which came to their home on Aug. 29.

Mrs. Ritz left Monday for a visit with relatives and friends at her old home in St. Paul.

John Tolverson, of Fulda, was calling on Worthington friends the first of the week.

Miss Emma Ferguson left Saturday for Tracy, Minn., where she will teach in the schools.

Charles Foelschow went to Windom Monday, where he is engaged in building a large barn.

Mrs. James Isom returned Tuesday morning from a three weeks' visit with relatives at Chicago.

Miss Ethel Black departed Saturday morning for Ballaton, Minn., to teach in the public schools.

Walter Shelquist, of Wilmont, is making Worthington his home and is attending the high school.

Leslue Luehrs, who left last week to attend the State University at Minneapolis, will study medicine.

Miss Rensie DeBoer left Monday afternoon for Kansas City, where she will visit with friends and relatives.

Attorney L.S. Nelson, of Slayton, was in town a short time Friday on business connected with his candidacy for judge.

Mrs. F.C. Blandin, of Cresco, Iowa, who was the guest of Worthington relatives last week, returned to her home Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. G.B. Hildyard and Joe and Helen Hildyard, drove over to Currie Sunday for a visit with old friends, returning Monday.

Ada Montgomery Lewis left Friday for Sioux Falls for a short visit. From there she went to Hills, Minn., where she will teach in the public schools.

Messrs. John, Art and Leon Ewers, E.F. Jenkins, Pearl Huggins, Theo. Bahls and Olaf Langseth, of Round Lake, were calling on acquaintances in town Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stancer and C.E. McGinnis and sister left Friday for Heron Lake, where they will make their future home. The boys will work in the tile factory.

Leo Dolan and Stuart Hart left Sunday afternoon for a visit at Waseca, New Richland and other Minnesota towns. They will also visit the state fair before returning.

Miss Effie Stillwell, of Spirit Lake, Iowa, was a guest of M.E. Fish and family a short time the latter part of last week on her way to Mankato to attend the Normal school.

Miss Carrie Schroeder, who has made her home with L.H. Beckley and family for the past four years, departed Monday for Rogersville, Missouri, to make her home with her mother.

R.H. Jefferson, of Bingham Lake, a former member of the state legislature, was in town Monday calling on old friends and making new ones. He is looking after the interests of Mr. Borst's candidacy for judge.

Mrs. Leslie M. Holbrook went to Adrian Saturday for an over Sunday visit.

Thomas Cary, of Wilmont, was visiting among friends in Worthington Sunday.

V.E. Gustafson left Friday afternoon for Sioux Falls for a short business visit.

Misses Lottie Kall and Emma Strom left Saturday for a visit with relatives in St. Peter.

Miss Opal Luehrs left Friday for Windom, where she will teach in the public schools.

Mr. and Mrs. H. Peter Lewis, of Wilmont, were visiting with Worthington friends Sunday.

Robert Free, one of Julius Palm's crew, took a vacation this week and attended the state fair.

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shell left Saturday for a weeks visit with relatives and old friends at Minneapolis.

Miss Nellie Carlson left Friday afternoon for Rochester, Minn. She was accompanied by her mother.

Miss Lizzie Cree, of the Loveless grocery force, is taking a vacation and is enjoying the sights at the state fair.

The Misses Lena and Francis Thom, of Ashton, Iowa, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. William McKinney, this week.

M.S. Lewis left Monday for a visit at the twin cities. He was accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. Tibbetts, of Letcher, S.D.

The stork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schafer on Route 1, Friday, September 2, and presented them with a baby boy.

J.F. Blaisdell, of Fargo, N.D., was looking over the country in this vicinity the latter part of last week with a view of making this his home.

Miss Amy Darling left Monday morning for Mankato. She has been engaged as one of the teachers in the North Mankato high school.

Miss Hollis, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. Guernsey, departed Wednesday afternoon for a visit at Rushmore, before returning to her home in Cornish, California.

Miss Beth Sibley left on Friday of last week for Welcome, Minn., at which place she will teach in the sixth and seventh grades in the public schools. Reuben Oakes, also well known here, is the superintendent of the Welcome schools.

Messrs. Porter and Hinton, of Galesburg, Ill., were in Worthington and vicinity the first of the week looking over the county. They decided that Nobles county was O.K. and each purchased a farm of Harry S. Hobson. These gentleman did not buy the land for speculation, but will make this county their homes. Anyone desiring a location will find that Nobles county will fill the bill.

H.W. Maxson, of Winona, was calling on friends in Worthington Saturday and Sunday.

We are sorry to report that Mrs. J.E. Norris has been on the sick list for the past week.

Misses Genevieve Mann and Ethel Sellen returned Saturday from a visit at Sioux Falls.

Miss Bridget McCall, of Brewster, was visiting with friends in the city the first of the week.

Mrs. Will Caster left Saturday afternoon for a visit with relatives at Little Rock, Iowa.

Mrs. H.R. Veeder left this week for a month's visit with relatives at Mullensville, Kansas.

James Martin, of Portage, Wisconsin, was the guest of Worthington friends over Sunday.

The Misses Vera and Fern Everett, of Ash Creek, were the guests of relatives in town Friday.

L.M. Holbrook, proprietor of the Ideal Dry Cleaning Parlors, went to Wilmont on business Tuesday.

John F. Meester, of Batavia, Ill., was looking over the country in this vicinity the first of the week.

Henry Hermanson, of Pine Island, was visiting with relatives and looking over the country in this vicinity this week.

Miss Bessie Bloom left Monday afternoon for Woodstock, Minn., where she will spend the winter with her grandparents.

Mrs. Armstrong, of Pipestone, returned to her home Saturday after a visit at the home of L.W. Abbott and family.

Lawrence Abbott returned home from Luverne Saturday, where he had been spending a month with his grandparents.

Miss Rhoda Spiker accompanied Mrs. James Isom home from Chicago and is now employed at the depot lunch counter.

Mrs. Marie Hanna, who was the guest of M.C. Carra and family, left Saturday afternoon for her home in Pipestone.

Miss Fern Hanson, of Adrian, who was the guest of J.H. James and family last week, returned to her home Saturday.

Earl R. Tift returned to his home in Sanborn, Iowa, Saturday, after having visited with Worthington relatives and friends.

Lee and Kenneth Fish, of Fulda, were visiting in the city the latter part of last week, the guests of their aunt, Mrs. J.M. Wilson.

Mrs. J.M. Bradley, of Minneapolis, was the guest of relatives in Worthington and vicinity the latter part of last week and the first of this.

Harry Delano, of Colorado Springs, Colorado, was in Worthington the first of the week, looking the country over with a view of locating.

Friedie [Freddie?] Hart returned last week from Cherry, Illinois, where he had been looking after his uncle's store during the latter's absence. He also visited at St. Louis and other points in that vicinity.

Mrs. Kyle, of Aberdeen, S.D., who has been looking after her large land interests in this section of the state, departed Monday for a visit at Minneapolis. Her husband was the late Senator Kyle, from South Dakota, and was a great worker for the establishment of Labor Day.

Miss Laura Ross, of Adrian, was visiting with Worthington friends Tuesday.

George Foelschow and Miss Blanche Carr are new clerks in the Loveless grocery.

Miss Rankin, who has been a guest of C.D. Brown and family, returned to her home in St. Paul Tuesday.

Miss Lillian Luehrs left Saturday for Luverne, where she will teach English and History in the public schools.

Clark Pannell arrived the fore part of the week from Drinkwater, Canada, for a visit of several weeks under the parental roof.

Miss Susie Dingwald, who has been employed for some time in the Loveless grocery, has resigned her position and accepted a similar one at Lake Wilson.

William Ebert and Miss Daisy Vail were married in St. Bernard's church, Stewartville, Minn., Tuesday, Sept. 6, Rev. Father Condon. Miss Vail was formerly a resident of this city.

B.A. Armstrong and son-in-law, F.W. Perry, of Zearing, Iowa, were visitors in Worthington the first of the week. These gentlemen were looking over the country in this vicinity with a view of making it their future home.

Mrs. Bert Nelson and daughters, Hilma and Selma, left Wednesday morning for the twin cities, where they will attend the state fair. They expect to leave the latter part of the week for Boardman, Wis., where they will visit for a short time at the home of Mrs. Nelson's brother, Olaf Noren, formerly of this city.

Mangus Alvin, of Olds, Iowa, was in Worthington and vicinity the first of the week. He was looking for a location for a new home, and when shown the Woodford place by M.P. Mann decided that it would just about fill the bill, wo he accordingly purchased it. If people looking for a location would visit Nobles county, it would not take much to convince them that this is the best section of Minnesota and that they can get good homes at a reasonable price.

L.A. Gregory, of Adrian, was in town a short time Tuesday. He is instructing the new band at Brewster.

Miss Ruth and Ethel Smith arrived from Edgemont, South Dakota, Sunday. Miss Ethel will leave shortly for Eau Claire, Wisconsin, where she will stay at the home of her sister, Mrs. Stocks and attend school the coming winter, while Ruth will attend the Worthington school, making her home with Mrs. John Fitch. They report their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Z. Smith, as being well pleased with that part of the country, and are now nicely located on a claim near Edgemont.

Married.

Fred Joabin, of this city, and Miss Mary Ash, were married at the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. Ellen Ash, at 820 North Broad Street, Mankato, Minn., on Monday, Sept. 5, 1910. Rev. Ralph Carleton, of this city officiating.

The bride and groom entered the parlor unattended to the strains of Mendelsohn's wedding march, played by Miss Mary Jackson, of Butterfield. Miss Anna Ash, sister of the bride, sang before and after the ceremony. The parlors were very tastily decorated with white asters and ferns.

The bride was very becomingly attired in white French lawn, trimmed with lace, and carried bride's roses. Immediately after the ceremony a bountiful dinner was served.

The bride is well known in Worthington, having been a teacher in the public schools here last year, and resigned her position last spring. The groom came to Worthington about three years ago and for the past two years has been in the employ of the Smith Implement Company.

After a month spent with relatives in Lodi and other Illinois towns, the happy couple will return to Worthington and make this their home.

Their many friends here, join with the Globe in extending congratulations and wishing them a long life of happiness and prosperity.

The following guests from out of town were present: Mr. and Mrs. John Baylor, uncle and aunt of the groom, John Sliver and daughter, Hattie, all of Worthington; Mrs. Jane Ash, aunt of the bride, and John Lovell, of Janesville, Minn.

Chas. Wahl left Saturday, for Minneapolis to take in the state fair after which, he will return to his old home near DesMoines, Ia., for an extended visit with his mother.

Thursday, September 15, 1910

Mrs. John T. McLaughlin, of Winona, was the guest of Worthington friends and relatives the first of the week.

Mrs. Hall, of Blue Earth, who has been the guest of her daughter, Miss Edith, returned to her home Friday.

Fred Smith returned the latter part of last week from Minot, N.D., where he has been during the summer months.

August Wilson, of Buffalo, Minn., returned to his home Monday, after having visited with old friends in this city.

E.E. Davis and family, of Sheldon, Iowa, arrived in the city the first of the week for a visit at the Wolven home.

Miss Alice Hawley, who has been the guest of relatives and friends in this city, returned to her home in Sioux Falls last Saturday.

Edward Maher left Monday morning for Huron, S.D., where he will spend a week visiting with relatives and taking in the fair at that place.

Frank T. Barnes, of Wadena, Minn., was a business visitor to Worthington the latter part of last week. He was looking over the county in this vicinity with a view of locating.

J.J. Kramer, of George, Iowa, was among the business visitors to this city Saturday.

C.E. Rector, of Spirit Lake, was shaking hands with old friends in this city Friday.

Mrs. F.D. Everett, came over from Ash Creek Monday for a few days' visit with relatives.

C.B. Rice, of Windom, was calling on old friends in this city one day the first of the week.

Vandy Duba went to Willmar, Saturday to look after his farming interests near that place.

Edwin A. Carlson, a contractor from Mankato, was in the city on business the first of the week.

Elden Kilpatrick, of Adrian, was transacting business in Worthington the latter part of last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Atwood, of LeMars, Iowa, were visiting with friends in this city the first of this week.

Harry M. Brown, of New Ulm, was the guest of relatives in Worthington and vicinity the fore part of the week.

William Higgins, a resident of Lismore, was visiting with old acquaintances and taking in the county fair Tuesday.

Mrs. S.C. Anderson arrived in the city Monday afternoon for a visit with her brother, Dr. W.A. Saxon and family.

Clarence H. Nelson, of Chicago, arrived in the city the latter part of last week for a visit at the home of his uncle, Gus Swanberg.

Mr. and Mrs. M. Jasma, of Hospers, Iowa, was visiting in this city Sunday, the guest of their son, George, who is the day baggageman at the Omaha depot.

R.J. Connard, a real estate agent from Ottawa, Ill., was looking over the land in the vicinity of Worthington the latter part of last week and the first of this.

Messrs Aaron Thompson and William Magee, of Ransom, Illinois, were in Worthington and vicinity the latter part of last week looking over the land proposition.

Messrs A.A. and E.E. Anson, of Elliot, Iowa, were in Worthington and vicinity the latter part of last week and the first of this looking over the real estate proposition.

Jennie Beckley returned last week from Menominne, Wis., where she had been taking a summer course in domestic art in preparation for services in the Worthington schools for the coming year.

Mrs. J.D. Everett went oer to Ash Creek last Friday for a couple of days visit with relatives before leaving for Hampton, Minn., where she will join her husband, who has a position there as telegraph operator.

Jacob Gaiser returned to his home in Mason City Monday. He had been looking after his farming interests south of town for the past two months. He also made some extensive improvements on his place in the line of building.

Cards are out announcing the marriage of Anna Elizabeth Walkup to John Yocum Beaty at Pipestone, Sept. 8th. The young people will make their home at 342 Wilbraham Road, Springfield, Mass. The bride has a number of friends in Worthington who join with the Globe in extending congratulations.

F.A. Smith, of Lake Park, Iowa, was calling on Worthington friends Monday.

Miss Minnie Mathews, of Madelia, was the guest of friends in the city over Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Groat and son, of Luverne, were calling on old friends in Worthington Saturday.

Miss Cora Hill and Miss Florence Hill, of Brewster, were visiting with Worthington friends Friday.

Miss Amy Miller, of Mankato, was calling on friends in Worthington and taking in the fair this week.

Stanley Swanberg came over from Luverne Saturday for an over Sunday visit under the parental roof.

D.A. Moffit, of Mapleton, was transacting business in Worthington a couple of days the first of the week.

Mrs. Houfman, of Faribault, arrived in the city Monday for a visit with her sister, Mrs. C.P. Dolan and family.

Dave Yonde, of Sutherland, Iowa, was looking after his business in this vicinity the latter part of last week.

Chris Adolphson, of Wilmont, was transacting business and shaking hands with old friends in Worthington Friday.

W.A. McFadden, of Fulda, was transacting business and calling on old friends in the city, the first of the week.

M. Diefenbaugh and M.M. Thiedone of Streeter [Streator], Ill., were looking after land interests in this vicinity the first of the week.

Harvey Rew returned home Sunday from Lancaster, Wis. He reports that Mrs. Rew's health is improving as rapidly as could be expected.

J.P. Duell returned last week from Sac City, Iowa, where he has been working in a restaurant. He left on Saturday for a visit at New Ulm.

Messrs E. Page and A.E. Armstrong, of Miller, S.D., were looking over the real estate in this section the latter part of last week with a view of buying.

Will Loveless came over from Watertown, S.D., for a few days' visit with his parents and old friends this week. He is employed as clerk in a large department store.

Messrs E.H. and W.L. Nicholas, of Jackson, were renewing acquaintances in this city the latter part of last week. E.H. was formerly principal of the Worthington schools.

S.E. Bullard, of St. James, was in town the latter part of last week looking after his interests in the tile drainage business. It is his intention to make Worthington s home in the near future.

Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Renner leaves Friday morning for Comfrey, Minn., to attend the funeral of his mother, Mrs. Mary Renner. She died Wednesday while on a visit with her daughter, Miss Mary, at Sisselton, S.D. She was about 65 years of age.

Messrs. Louis and Albert Kuhfus, of Miner, Illinois, were in Worthington and vicinity the first of the week looking over the real estate proposition. They were so impressed with the fertility of our soil that they both went home with deeds for farms in their pockets.

In a letter from John Sather, dated September 8, he states that he has moved from Waco to Mansfield, Wash., and that he is doing nicely in the land of plenty. He was at Wallace, Idaho, at the time of the great forest fires and says that it was the worst sight that he ever witnessed.

Ray Wolven left last week for Ames, Iowa, where he is attending the agricultural college.

A.E. Baker, of Jeffers, Minn., was in Worthington on business the latter part of last week.

Thos. Hayes, of Wilmont, was renewing acquaintances in Worthington Saturday.

H.E. Whitechurch, of Mankato, was visiting with old friends in Worthington the first of the week.

A.H. Johnson and Sam Lyons, of Dundee, were calling on old acquaintances in town Wednesday.

Messrs. Robert and M.P. Port, of Storden, Minn., were visiting among friends in the city this week.

R.C. Burns and H. Burk, of Lake Park, were transacting business with Worthington people Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. F.H. Sharp, of Luverne, were calling on Worthington friends and taking in the fair Wednesday.

C.A. Sanger, president of the Cottonwood county fair at Windom, was a visitor at the Worthington fair this week.

Messrs G.A. Triggs, J.P. Stocketess, H.E. Swager and H.H. Worder, of Lake Park, were among the visitors to this city Saturday.

Mrs. M.A. Meecham, of St. Paul, was the guest of friends in town this week and visiting with old acquaintances at the county fair.

Messrs. C.A. Bird, P.B. Scholte, M.B. Burke and James Carey, of Ellsworth, were among those who attended the fair from that place.

H.E. Newfett and Tom Collins and son, of Windom were visiting with friends in the city the first of the week. Little Tom came over to visit Little Tom Humiston.

Dr. W.J. Cremin and Dr. J.E. Nervig, of Sioux City, were calling on friends in the city Tuesday. They were on their way home from a hunting trip in the northern part of Minnesota.

Philip Pomeroy, of Lee Center, Ill., arrived Tuesday afternoon for a short visit with his uncle, Manley P. Thornton and to take in the Worthington District Fair. He says Worthington is the best city of its size he has seen.

C.A. Mishler, of Rock Rapids, Ia., was visiting in the city this week, the guest of his twin brother, Ira. Anyone not knowing these two gentlemen intimately would have hard work telling them apart, and a number of old friends of Ira were greatly fooled by the resemblance at the fair grounds.

Mrs. Mary Anderson, widow of the late Gilbert Anderson, a former sheriff of Nobles county, died at her home in this city on Sept. 12th, of kidney complications. She was born in Norway, Dec. 27, 1849. The funeral services will be held from the house Friday afternoon at two o'clock.

Julius Palm left Monday afternoon for Mankato on business. He returned Tuesday.

C. Lindstrom left Tuesday morning for Chicago, where he will make his future home.

Miss Mabel Blondin, of Delavan, this state, was the guest of relatives in the city over Sunday.

Gilbert Gutterson, of St. Anthony's Park, Minn., was calling on acquaintances in town this week.

J.S. Cox, of Adrian, was a business visitor to Worthington Wednesday and incidentally took in the fair.

Mr. and Mrs. Emil Broms are the happy parents of a baby boy, which was born to them Sept. 8th.

Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Mitchell, of Avoca, Minn., were visiting with friends in the city Saturday.

Miss Genevieve Glynn, was the guest of Worthington friends the first of the week. Her home is at Adrian.

Messrs. R.H. Hacker and H.F. Kumi, of Spirit Lake, were calling on friends in the city Saturday last.

The stork paid a visit to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Darling, Sunday, Sept. 11th, and left them a baby boy.

Messrs J.A. Blondell and C.J. Peck, of Sioux City, were looking after their real estate interests in the vicinity of Worthington the latter part of last week.

Geo. W. Penninman, of Rock Rapids, Iowa, was calling on old friends and looking after his large land interests in this vicinity the latter part of last week.

Thursday, September 22, 1910

HAPPY COUPLE WEDS
Leil B. Kinsman and Miss Nellie J. Lyons Married Wednesday Night
TRY TO ELUDE FRIENDS
Efforts to Elude Friends Without Avail. Given a Royal Send-Off


Leil B. Kinsman and Miss Nellie J. Lyons were married on Wednesday evening, September 21, 1910, at the Methodist parsonage by Rev. Ralph Carleton.
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Other people mentioned in this article: Chas. H. Kinsman, William Joseph Ullrich.

Obituary.

Gilbert Langseth, for many years a resident of this county, died at the home of his brother, Nels, near Worthington, on Sept. 15th, 1910.

The deceased was born in Norway, May 17, 1838. He came to America in the spring of 1861, and made his home with his brother, with whom he resided up to the time of his death.

He leaves three brothers, Nels, residing near here, Hans, a resident of Morton, N.D., and one brother in Norway.

The funeral services were held on Saturday conducted by Rev. Hanson, of Adrian, and the remains laid to rest in the Worthington cemetery.

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Mrs. James T. McMasters arrived in the city Tuesday afternoon from West Concord, Minn., for a visit with relatives and friends.

Mr. and Mrs. R. Eshelman went to Sioux City the first of the week to consult a specialist in regard to Mrs. Eshelman's eyes.

Mrs. E.H. Canfield returned to her home in Luverne Monday, after having visited several days with her son, A.L., and family.

Outhwaite Kumler expects to leave in a short time for North Yakami [Yakima?], Washington, where he will work in his uncle's hardware store.

A. Oberman has joined the ranks of the automobilists, having purchased the Ford touring car belonging to the estate of Victor Anderson.

The Misses Margaret and Rose Becker, returned to Hartford, South Dakota, the latter part of last week, after having spent a week with relatives and friends in the city.

Mrs. M. Hendricks, of Adrian, was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. N. Klaras, last week. She was on her way home from Ross, North Dakota, where she had been spending a couple of months with another daughter.

Dr. P.J. Geyerman, of Hot Springs, South Dakota, was calling on old friends in Worthington the latter part of last week.

Rev. Shipp departed Monday for Walnut Grove and Tracy to attend mission meetings of the Swedish Evangelical church.

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Grayson, of Kyser, West Virginia, were the guests of J.E. Stonesifer and family a few days last week.

Arthur Murray, of Minneapolis, returned to his home Friday, after having visited with relatives in Worthington and vicinity.

J.A. Bannerman, of Pine Island, Minn., was looking over the land in this section of Nobles county the latter part of last week.

Miss Nancy Clark is taking a vacation from her duties in Mrs. Peterson's millinery store and is visiting with her sister in Slayton.

Mrs. Gardner returned to her home in Hospers, Iowa, Friday, after having visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William McKinney.

Sterling Lawton returned to his home in Wayzata, Minn., Friday, after having spent a few days with relatives and old friends in the city.

Mrs. Fagerness and sister, Miss Oleana Langseth, came over from Rushmore last Friday to attend the funeral of G. Langseth.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crane and two daughters, of Breckenridge, Minn., have been the guests of F.L. Durfee and family the past week.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Braden and daughter, of Wayzata, Minn., arrived twin cities Saturday for a visit at the home of Joe Loveless and family.

Thomas Swyer, of Butte, Montana, is visiting with relatives and old friends in Worthington and vicinity. He was formerly a resident of this county.

Ross Nelson went to Storden Friday for a short visit. He was accompanied home by his son, Holder, who has been spending the summer with relatives and friends.

Mr. and Mrs. William Herman, of Sheldon, Iowa, were visiting at the home of his brother, A. herman, and family last week. They left on Friday for a further visit with relatives at Milwaukee.

Mrs. Theodore Olson, of Grinnell, Iowa, departed for her home Saturday after a visit at the home of Jens Christensen. She was formerly a resident of this county.

Mrs. Jens Christensen and daughter, Anna, and sons, Clyde and Arthur, departed Monday for a visit with relatives at Tilden, Nebraska, and other points in Nebraska and Iowa.

Eva, the three-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.G. Hoffmeister, was taken to Humiston's hospital last Friday morning and had her tonsils operated on. She is doing nicely now.

Mrs. William Conklin and children and Miss Hattie Frane departed Tuesday morning for a visit with relatives at Fairmont and East Chain. They expect to be absent about two weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gorrie, residing east of town, left Wednesday afternoon for Hot Springs, So. Dak., to take their little son, Peter to the Sisters' Hospital for an operation for appendicitis.

Marriage licenses have been issued the past week to Liel Bernard Kinsman and Nellie June Lyons, of Nobles county; John Kripes and Adelhind Nides, of Nobles county; Raymond H. Griffith and Julia Evelyn Dorr, both of Platte, Nebraska.

E. Miller left Wednesday ft for Freeport and other Illinois town for a visit with relatives and old time friends.

Mesdames A. ?ardow and Gus Selsberg returned from a week's visit in St. Paul and Minneapolis the first of the week.

Miss Amy Johnson, of Rock Rapids, Iowa, was the guest of Worthington friends a couple of days the first of the week.

Miss May Reeder, who has been the guest of relatives near Worthington, departed for her home in Omaha on Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Little, of Champaign, Illinois, arrived in the city this week, called here by the serious illness of his mother.

Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Firth returned to their home in Minneapolis Monday, after visiting a few days with Worthington people.

Mrs. Charles De Forest, of Norwalk, Conn., was called to Worthington this week by the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. Little.

Raymond R. Griffith and Miss Julia Evelyn Dorr, of Platte, Nebr., were married in this city on September 15th by Rev. I.D. Alvord.

James Murphy, of West Concord, Minn., was visiting th friends and relatives in Worthington and vicinity the first of the week.

Mrs. Mary Farmer, of Madison, Wis., returned to her home Tuesday, after having spent a few days with friends in Worthington.

Mrs. Ethel Stromberg, of Rushmore, returned to her home Wednesday afternoon, after spending a few days with relatives in Worthington.

Mrs. E.H. Poppitz returned to her home in Heron Lake Wednesday afternoon, after having spent a few days with relatives and friends.

Mrs. Emma Ferguson has had a new cement walk laid around her property. She will also have a new barn erected and the old one torn down.

James Gallagher, of Menominee, Michigan, was looking over the land in this vicinity the latter part of last week with a view of purchasing.

Messrs B.E. and C.E. Shutt, of Austin, Minn., were in Worthington and vicinity the latter part of last week looking over the real estate proposition.

W.J. Dodge, of Round Lake, was shaking hands with old acquaintances in town Wednesday. He was on his way to Sioux City to take in the fair.

Madison Graham, of Zumbrota, was looking over the real estate near Worthington this week. He is looking for a location and may decided to invest in a farm.

Hans Langseth, of Morton, North Dakota, returned to his home the first of the week, after having been called to this city to attend the funeral of his brother, Gilbert.

Mrs. Tom Moore, of Chickasha, Oklahoma, is visiting with old friends in Worthington. She was formerly a resident of this city and was known as Miss Mary Moberly.

The Angel of Death entered the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Lundgren and took away their little daughter, aged about four years, last Friday. The funeral was held on Sunday nd the remains entered in the Worthington Cemetery. The bereaved parents have the sympathy of the entire community in their great loss.

Mrs. Curtis Davis, of Dayton, Ohio, who has been spending a couple of weeks with her sister, Mrs. C.G. Hoffmeister, and brothers Otis and Earl Hankins, returned o her home Friday. Mrs. Davis will be remembered here as Miss Ada Hankins. Since leaving here she has made her home in Des Moines, Iowa, attending college and studying music.

D.W. Anthony, the tonsorial artist, has purchased the Firth property on the lake front.

Carl Anderson and Ole Danielson left Wednesday ight for Sioux City to attend the fair.

Miss Lena Perry came over from Wilmont Wednesday for a visit with relatives and friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Dan DeVaney, of Chicago, are visiting with relatives and old friends in the city.

Harry R. Foster, of Helena, Mont., was in the city the latter part of last week on land business.

Mrs. Lorge, of Wilmont, came over Wednesday for a visit with Worthington friends and relatives.

Gus Hilstrom, of Callender, Iowa, has been in the city the past week, visiting with old friends.

P.S. Hail, of Sioux City, recently purchased a farm near Brewster. One of his sons will reside on it.

Henry White, of Long Prairie, Minn., was calling on friends and transacting business in town Wednesday.

George Smith and mother, of Bristol, Iowa, are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stevens.

Mrs. John Heinz, of Mitchell, So. Dak., was the guest of Mrs. M.E. Lawton a few days last week.

F.A. Folsom, of Spirit Lake, Iowa, was transacting business in the city a couple of days the first of the week.

Mrs. John B. Marriman, of Shokapee [Shakopee], Minn., was the guest of relatives in Worthington and vicinity this week.

Mrs. Philip Glasgow, of Adrian, arrangements in the city Wednesday afternoon for a visit at the Frank Glasgow home.

Ralph Long was over from Adrian Tuesday and moved his household goods to that place. He is now engaged with his father in the Klondike livery barn.

We are in receipt of a very interesting letter from J.W. Hankins, of Basset, Nebraska, but lack of time and space prevents our publishing it in this issue.

Ed Norris departed Monday night for San Bernedio, Texas, where he will manage a large plantation owned by F.L. Humiston of this city and Judge Brown of Luverne.

Clem Richards left Monday night for St. Joseph, Missouri, where he will make his future home. His wife preceded him about a month ago, and has been visiting with relatives there.

The official counting of the county ballots is taking place today at the court house. The board consists of Chairman Gus Swanberg, A.R. Albertus, T.A. Palmer, G.W. Baker of Wilmont and Frank Kilpatrick of Adrian.

A telegram was received from Watertown, South Dakota, Wednesday announcing that William Loveless was suffering from an attack of appendicitis and was going to be operated upon today. His mother, Mrs. W.W. Lovelss immediately took the train for that point to be present during the operation.

Born at the Humiston Hospital in this city, on Sunday, September 18, 1910, to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Christenson, of Indian Lake township, a girl.

Mrs. N. Rauen and son, of St. Paul, and daughter, Teresa, of St. Peter, were guests at the home of Judge and Mrs. Cory a few days the first of the week.

Obituary.

Mrs. Mary (Steenson) Anderson was born in Norway, Dec. 27, 1849, and died in Worthington, Minn. Sept. 14, 1910, aged 60 years 8 months and 17 days.

The deceased came with her parents to America when she was but six years old. On July 14, 1865, she was married to Gilbert Anderson, at Black Earth, Wis. Twelve children were born to this union, seven of whom are still living, five girls and two boys, they are as follows: Mrs. Delia Holley, of Sioux Falls, S.D.; Mrs. Nellie Allen, of this city; Mrs. Julia Heinl, Watertown, S.D.; Mrs. Alma Ryan, of Minneapolis; Mrs. Clarah Allen, Sioux Falls, S.D.; and Clarence and Arthur Anderson, both of this city. All except Mrs. Ryan and Mrs. Clarah Alien were present. She also leaves two sisters and three brothers all of whom live in the northern part of the state. The sisters, Miss Corra Steenson and Mrs. Anna Baroness were present. These with Gilbert Keavy, an orphan grandson who has lived with her since he was three years old, and other grandchildren and relatives remain to sincerely mourn her death.

Her husband, Gilbert Anderson, who was for twelve years sheriff of this county, died six years ago last June. The deceased had been a resident of this city for twenty-seven years.

She was a member of the Lutheran church and lived a consistent christian life. A few days before her death she partook of the Lord's Supper, and passed away sweetly trusting in the arms of the Savior. She was a good woman and a loved mother, and died respected by all who knew her. The family have the sympathy of the whole community.

Funeral was conducted from the house last Friday afternoon by Dr. L.L. Sowles. Interment took place in the Worthington cemetery.

Thursday, September 29, 1910

Obituary

Mrs. Julia Lavine died in this city on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 25, 1910, after an illness of about two months. Mrs. Lavine was taken to the Mayo hospital at Rochester about seven weeks ago and operated upon, and returned to this city about three weeks ago. All that care and medical attendance could do to save her life was done, but without avail.

Miss Julia Casey was born in Baltic, Mass., May 25, 1857. In 1876 she was married to James DeVaney at Ripon, Wis. They later moved from there to Dell Rapids, So. Dak., and later to Jackson, Minn., and in 1890 they moved to this city, which has since been their home.

To this union was born eight children, four boys and four girls -- William, James and Alice of this city, Daniel and Frank of Chicago, Nellie, now Mrs. Wm. Webber, of Dell Rapids, So. Dak., and Julia DeVaney of Belle Fourche, So. Dak. One girl, Mrs. Margaret Butcher, died at her home in Ellsworth about three years ago.

Mrs. DeVaney was married to Martin Lavine of this city about ten years ago.

The funeral services were held at the Catholic church Wednesday morning, conducted by Rev. Father Sherman and the remains were laid to rest in the Catholic cemetery.

All of the children were present at the funeral and also two brothers, Jack Casey of Kermit, North Dakota and Tom Casey of St. Paul.

The sorrowing family have the sympathy of all in this, their great bereavement.

Death of Mrs. Nelson

It is with regret that we chronicle the death of Mrs. Herman Nelson of Slayton, wife of our representative. Mrs. Nelson passed away at her home on Saturday, Sept. 17, and was buried on the 20th. She leaves a husband and two sons to mourn her loss. The entire community joins with the Globe in extending its heart felt sympathy to the bereaved husband and sons.

Married

Miss Bendicto Larson and Harry Oden, of Estherville, Iowa, were married at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Larson, in this city on Wednesday. The bride is one of Worthington's popular young ladies. The groom is a telegraph operator at Estherville and worked in the same capacity in this city about a year ago. The happy couple left on the night train and will make their home in Estherville. Their many friends in Worthington joins with the Globe in extending congratulations.

Martin Nelson, of Estherville, Iowa, was a business visitor to Worthington Monday.

Wilson Abbott went to Heron Lake on business Monday, returning in the afternoon.

Sam Stewart, of Vail, Oregon, was shaking hands with old friends in the city this week.

L.H. Gray was transacting business at Minneapolis other points in the state this week.

J.J. Kies this week purchased a new Buick touring car of Kelley, the automobile man.

D.C. Friese, of Minneapolis, was visiting in the city during the past week, the guest of Dr. Schmid.

Albert Teske, of Portage, Wis., was looking over the land proposition in Nobles county this week.

Messrs. L.C. Kellum and H.P. Cowan, of Paullina, Iowa, were calling on friends in the city Friday.

A.M. Renner, manager of the Western Implement Co., was transacting business at Heron Lake Tuesday.

Edstrom Brothers have purchased the D. Kramer well boring outfit and are now busily engaged in that business.

B. Stoltz, who has been the guest of Paul Jamison and family, returned to his home in Sterling, Illinois, Monday.

Mrs. Hazen A. Ackerman and two children, visited with relatives in Ash Creek a couple of days the first of the week.

James Blackburn, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, was looking over the real estate proposition in this section of the state Monday.

F.W. Knapp, of Plattsville, Wis., was in Worthington transacting business and calling on friends the first of the week.

Mrs. J.S. Cox returned Saturday from Mankato, where she had been taking care of some of Dr. Manson's patients.

Miss Mary Sutherland, of Mazeppa, Minn., was the guest of Worthington relatives and friends the latter part of last week.

Walter Crowell and M.C. Kase, of Estherville, Iowa, were business visitors to this city a couple of days last week.

Miss Edith Seline returned to her home in Sioux Falls Monday, after having spent a few days with relatives in the city.

Mesdames Mullen and Penny returned to their home in Pipestone Tuesday, after a few days' visit with Worthington people.

Charles Belz, of Conrad, Iowa, was transacting business in Worthington this week.

A.F. Bledsow, of Rockwell City, Ia., was calling on old friends in the city last Friday.

H.C. Andrews, of Hartford, S.D. was in the city Saturday looking over the horse market.

Attorney T.J. Knox, of Jackson, was in the city on legal business the first of the week.

Geo. F. Hazelton, of Pipestone, was shaking hands with friends in the city the first of the week.

Misses Cora and Minnie Quame, of Frost, Minn., were visiting friends in the city last Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hawley left this morning for Mitchell, South Dakota, to take in the corn palace.

Rev. C.H. Miller and family of Lakefield, were calling on friends in Worthington this week.

J.A. Blondell, of Sioux City, was looking after his real estate interests in this part of the county this week.

E.G. Green, of Rienbeck, Iowa, was in the city and vicinity this week looking after an investment in real estate.

Manager Boddy, of the moving picture show, informs us that he expects to have show open in the new location Saturday night.

C. Thorp, of Weston, Missouri, was among the numerous homeseekers to Worthington and vicinity the latter part of last week.

Mrs. Andrew Hactor returned to her home in Lansing, Iowa, Wednesday after having visited with relatives in Indian Lake township.

Mr. and Mrs. John Ruder returned to their home in Renville, Minn., Monday, after having visited at the home of K. Dueth and family.

Mrs. Stanley Moore left Monday afternoon for a visit at Minneapolis, Elk River and other Minnesota points. She expects to be absent about two weeks.

Mrs. John Wyman and son and daughter left for Adrian Saturday to visit with relatives. The son will remain and attend the parochial schools.

Messrs. G.E. Lundgren, John Miller and E.R. Lundgren departed on Monday for Triumph, Minn., where they are engaged in the carpenter business.

Mrs. Henry Martin, of Escanaba, Michigan, was calling on Worthington friends Tuesday between trains Tuesday. She was on her way to visit relatives at Soo Falls.

Dan Ose, a real estate agent from McCallsburg, Ia., brought a party of several men to Worthington the first of the week to interest them in Nobles county real estate.

Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Hart were visiting in Sioux Falls Sunday. They made the trip over in the auto, but on account of the rain had to make most of the return trip by rail.

Mrs. W.W. Loveless is expected home from Watertown, S.D., today. She will be accompanied by her son William, who recently underwent an operation at that place for appendicitis.

W.A. Ward, of Spirit Lake, Iowa, was calling on friends in Worthington, Saturday.

G.B. Hildyard and family are moving into the Mishler house on Third avenue.

J.W. Stewart, of Alliance, S. Dak., was among the land seekers looking over the country in this vicinity last Friday.

J.B. Simmons, representing the Imperial automobile, was demonstrating with his machine in town the first of the week.

Major Harry S. Hobson, of the Governor's staff, was in St. Paul and Henderson on official duties the first of the week.

We understand that Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Vail will leave in a short time for the western coast, where they will spend the winter.

Mr. and Mrs. George Thom, of Hutchinson, Minn., were in the city Tuesday on their way home from Rushmore, where they have been visiting with relatives and friends.

W.L. Kunsman, of Lodi, Ill., was visiting with relatives in this vicinity the latter part of last week. He also had a couple of homeseekers with him showing them the advantages of Nobles county.

Arden Canfield of Worthington came to Luverne the first of the week for the purpose of trying to organize a company to build his new patent washing machine. A number of the people are interested and we hope he is successful. --Luverne Journal.

Messrs. James B. Jackson, R.C. Sturgeon and George Turner, of Clarion, Iowa, were among the visitors to Worthington and vicinity the latter part of last week. These gentlemen were looking over the real estate proposition with a view of investing.

F.M. Potter, a Gardner residing in the northeastern part of the city, brought to the Globe office today a turnip radish weighing eleven pounds. It is almost twenty-two inches in circumference. Mr. Potter has several of these radishes about the same size and sells them for twenty-five cents a piece.

M.J. O'Connor, of Lismore, was [shaking] hands with old friends in town Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Canfield were Luverne visitors with relatives and friends over Sunday.

Miss Nancy Clark returned from a two weeks' visit with her sister at Slayton.

Mrs. Minor, of Rushmore, was visiting with Worthington people and shopping, Tuesday.

L.S. Nelson, of Slayton was looking over the political situation in Worthington this week.

Mesdames W.A. Poole and Ida M. Milton left Wednesday for a few days' visit at the twin cities.

Mrs. Strub, of Sioux Falls, visited with relatives and friends in the city between trains Tuesday.

Miss Ethel Maybury of Owatonna, was the guest of Worthington friends a couple of days the latter part of last week.

Mrs. E.H. Canfield returned to her home in Luverne last Saturday after a visit with her son, A.L., and family in this city.

A.M. Feathers, of Rushmore was transacting business in the city and visiting with relatives and friends last Saturday.

Miss Hattie Dietrich left the latter part of last week for a two weeks' visit at her old home in Lake Crystal, Minn.

Miss Morrison returned to her home in St. Paul, Monday, after having visited at the home of A.R. Albertus and family.

Elmer D. Tripp, J.P. Hoffman and George Fullwiler, of Round Lake, attended Odd Fellows Lodge here on Tuesday evening.

Ben Youny, G.T. Bulick, L.H. Hawkins and H.D. _arnard [Barnard?], of Reading, were in attendance at Odd Fellows Lodge Tuesday evening.

Messrs. Max and Fritz Vogt, of Charter Oak, Iowa, were calling on friends in Worthington and vicinity the first of the week.

Mrs. C.W. Brace and two children arrived in the city the latter part of last week for a visit at the home of F.C. Brace and family.

Miss Winnie O'Connor visited with friends and relatives in Remsen, Iowa, the latter part of last week and the first of this.

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Foelschow returned Sunday from a visit at Sioux City, where they had been taking in the Interstate Fair.

M.C. Steigler, of Clarion, Iowa, was transacting business and calling on old friends in Worthington the latter part of last week.

W. Lucas, of Yankton, South Dakota, was in Worthington and vicinity the first of the week looking over the land proposition.

Miss Myrtle Shepardson, of Bricelyn, Minnesota, was visiting with friends in Worthington a couple of days the latter part of last week.

Stuart Hart and Leo Dolan went to Beaver Creek, Tuesday afternoon to get Hart's auto that was left there Sunday on account of the rain.

Mrs. E.W. Ebert, who has been the guest of relatives and friends in Worthington and vicinity, returned to her home in Brewster, Friday last.

Joe Hauser will hold a public auction at his farm, two and one half miles south of Reading, Oct. 10, to which the public is cordially invited.

James Hardy, of Algona, Iowa, was here looking after his interests in this section of the county and calling on friends the first of the week.

Miss Mary Fitch returned last week from her ranch near Edgemont, South Dakota. She reports everything fine in that part of the country and is well satisfied with this year's crop.

Miss Agnes Wright, of Eagle Grove, Iowa, was visiting with Worthington relatives over Sunday.

Dave Anthony is putting a foundation under his house and otherwise improving his property on the lake front.

 

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


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