WORTHINGTON COUPLE WEDS
Frank Chermack and Miss Selma Sorenson Married
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mentioned in this article: Mrs. Ross Nelsen [Nelson?].
Miss Maple [Mable?] Clark returned to her home in Slayton Tuesday after a
visit of several days here with relatives.
Miss Marjorie Shell left Sunday for Omaha, Nebr., where she will visit at
the home of her sister, Mrs. Clements.
Miss Marjorie Shell returned Wednesday from Omaha, where she visited for
several days with relatives and friends.
Mrs. M.P. Carpen, of Kenosha, Wis., and children arrived Monday for a
visit of several weeks with her mother, Mrs. O.M. Sjoholm.
Miss Vera Shell left Wednesday for her home in Sibley, Iowa, after a
pleasant visit of several days here at the home of her uncle, Dan Shell.
Mrs. M. Gregorson and sister, Miss Marie Larson, left Monday for St.
Paul. Mrs. Gregorson will join her husband there and make that city her
Miss Kathryne Bisanz left last week for Brainard, Minn., where she will
visit for about a month with her friend, Miss Ethelyne Osborne, who is a
graduate of the Worthington high school.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martin returned the latter part of last week from East
Jordan, Mich., and will make this city their future home. They brought the
baby's body back with them for interrment in the Worthington cemetery. The
little one died at East Jordan since their removal from Worthington some
Mrs. A. Walker and Mrs. C.W.W. Dow returned the latter part of last week
from Minneapolis where they had been in attendance at the graduation of Miss Rina Dow. Mrs. Walker left here Monday for Rushmore where she visited
briefly with her sister, Mrs. C.E. Boddy, before returning to her home in
Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Carey, of Wilmont, spent Sunday in Worthington, the
guests of Mrs. P. O'Connor.
Mrs. Robert Malin, nee Leone Hill, of LeMars, Iowa, visited with
Worthington friends the first of the week.
Mrs. Frank Long, of Adrian, left Wednesday after a several days' visit
here at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.E. Eggleston.
R. Schober, the enterprising manager of the Ward hardware store of this
city, went to Sioux City, Wednesday for a brief visit with friends.
Mrs. Amos Todd and children returned to their home in Beaver Creek
Wednesday after a few days' visit in this city with her sister, Mrs. Geo.
Sowles, and friends.
Geo. Scafe has resigned his position at the Worthington hotel as night
clerk and will leave this week for Mankato where he has accepted a position
as city salesman for a firm there.
Mrs. J.M. Havinga, of Chicago, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. M. McNerney, daughter,
Rozetta, and son, Ralph, of Sibley, Ia., visited at the home of Fred Smith
in this city first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. James Montgomery returned Saturday from Wheaton, Minn.,
where Mr. Montgomery is erecting a new residence. They expect to move to
Wheaton about the first of June.
Donald, little son of D.V. Lees, proprietor of the Brewster hotel, died
last night. Mrs. Lees is a cousin of Stanley Moore's and Mr. Moore went to
Brewster day. Mrs. Moore will attend the funeral which will be held there
Misses Maude and Gretchen Kibbey, of Windom, arrived here Sunday. Miss
Maude returned from a two weeks' vacation at her home to resume her work at
the Globe office. Miss Gretchen is playing the piano at the Grand theatre.
W.H. Severt, former lumberman of Wilmont, was in Worthington visiting
with friends, Wednesday.
Mrs. J. Cain returned Thursday of this week from Bigelow, where she has
been visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. G.O. Ostrum.
Some steps have been taken to urge the council to investigate the matter
of twenty-four electric service but there is much danger that this great
need will be postponed until it is too late.
Miss Nellie Flynd, who has been working at the hotel in Bigelow for some
time past, has resigned her position and returned home to Worthington
yesterday. Mrs. W.J. Burgesson came up with her for a few days' visit.
Mrs. E.L. Schwartz left today for Amboy, Minn., where she will visit for
a week or ten days with friends and relatives.
Mrs. D. Groth, mother of Mrs. Pfarrer of this city and a brother, Will
Groth, arrived Wednesday for a week's visit in this city.
Mrs. E. Stanton returned Thursday from Clinton, Iowa, where she went a
few weeks ago in response to a communication that her mother was very ill.
Mrs. Stanton's mother is troubled with a disease of the heart which makes
her condition very precarious. She was accompanied to a specialist in
Chicago,but there is small hope of her recovery.
Miss Hazel Swartwood left Monday for Slayton, Minn., where she will visit
with relatives and friends.
Mrs. Amos Todd and children, of Beaver Creek, arrived here Friday for a
few days' visit with friends and relatives.
Mrs. D.A. Cultas left Saturday for Liberal, Mo., where she will visit her
sister, Mrs. M.J. Hendricks, for about two months.
N. Codden, who at one time worked here in the Berg & Sobel store, was in
this city Saturday renewing acquaintances.
Mrs. H.W. Steffens returned Saturday from Minneapolis where she visited
for several days with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Ed Marple.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson, of Storden, was in this city Friday to attend
the marriage of Frank V. Chermack and Selma Sorenson.
Mrs. P.J. Silver and children, of Brewster, left Friday for their home
after a visit of several days here with her mother, Mrs. W. Ferguson.
Mrs. A.E. Engebretson, of Slayton, left Saturday for her home after a
brief visit with her sister, Mrs. J.O. Scott, who resided south of
Mrs. Curtiss and daughter, Miss Evelyn departed Friday for Paxton, Ill.,
in company with Miss Helen Johnson, who has been visiting here for the past
month, where they will visit with relatives and friends.
Miss Johanna Nelsen, who has been at Petersburg, Ill., for some time
past, arrived here Thursday to be in attendance at the marriage of Frank V
Chermack and Selma Sorenson. She is a sister of Ross Nelsen's and will
remain in Worthington.
John Dunn, who left here about three weeks ago to spend the summer with a
daughter at Portland, Oregon, returned last Friday. He visited in Spokane,
Portland and parts of California, but saw nothing that looked so good to him
as Worthington. He was a jubilant arrival home.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Smith and grandson, Loren, departed Friday for their home
in Carleton, Minn., after a week's visit here with Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Smith.
Thursday, June 8, 1911
Mrs. A. Allen, of Sioux Falls, arrived here Monday for a visit of about a
month with Mr. and Mrs. G. Allen.
Miss Rowena Feathers, of Rushmore visited in this city the first of the
week with friends. She was enroute to Sibley.
Rev. H.H. Georgius, of the German Evangelical church of this city, left
Tuesday for New Ulm for a few days visit with his parents.
Mrs. A.G. Allen arrived Monday from Sioux Falls for a week's visit in
this city with her sister, Mrs. Ed Anderson, and other relatives and
Miss Inez Hawthorne arrived here the latter part of last week from
Ceylon, Minn., and will spend the summer with her sister on the farm near
Mrs. J.S. Kies and daughter, Miss Mona, left today for Des Moines Ia.,
where they will visit for some time at the home of Mrs. Kies' son, Charles.
Mrs. G.W. Hawthorne departed for her home in Ceylon, Minn., the first of
the week after an over-Sunday visit in this city with her sons, who conduct
the Williamson farm east of Worthington.
Mrs. J.H. James went to Adrian Monday, to attend the graduating exercises
of the Adrian high school. Vernon Hanson, of that place, who graduate with
the class this year, is a relative of Mrs. James.
James Ramage, formerly of this city, but now of Eugene, Oregon, was in
Worthington the first of the week visiting with old friends. He went to
Chicago , on business, returned Wednesday.
Harold Ager, who graduated this year from the Worthington high school,
left Monday afternoon for Wibaux, Mont., where he will spend the summer with
his brother, R. Ager, who is a large ranch owner of that place.
Harry D. Kies arrived here Tuesday from Britt, Iowa, where he is engaged
as superintendent of the public schools and will spend his vacation under
the parental roof in this city. Miss Lorine Skinner arrived here with Mr.
Kies and visited a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Ogle, of Chicago, Ill., arrived here the first of
this week for a visit with their cousin, Mrs. C.J. Smallwood. Mr. Ogle's
father was at one time a minister in this city and also editor of the
Worthington Globe. Mr. Geo. Ogle was also connected with the Globe at one
time but is at the present, head of the Ogle Publishing Co., of Chicago.
Mrs. Chas. L. Rogers, of Minneapolis arrived here Monday for a visit at
the home of T.H. Bloxham.
Mrs. Frank Eggleston is enjoying a visit from her aunt, Mrs. D.J. Pettis,
of Rushmore. She will be here for about a month.
Kenneth Carr left Monday morning for Edgemont, S.D., where he will visit
for several weeks at the home of his sister, Mrs. O.R. Selby.
Judge of Probate Cory, tied the knot at the Probate Court rooms in this
city Monday, which made Vernon Sears and Dawn Sears, of Nebraska, man and
Oscar Blood went to Quimby, Ia., the first of the week to finish up the
job of plumbing and heating in the electric plant there. He will be absent
for about two weeks.
Mrs. Bieder, nee Rose Dobner, formerly of Worthington, but now of
Faribault, visited for about a wee with the J.F. Ullrich family and friends
in this city.She left Tuesday for her home.
O.J. Stitzle, who recently purchased the Humiston hardware store of this
city, left the first of the week for Alexandria, Minn., his former home, to
make arrangements to move his household goods here.
F.E. Nichols, the new division superintendent of the Omaha in place of
L.S. Slaker, who recently resigned and left for California, was in this city
looking after the company's interests the first of the week.
Sheriff Black, of Luverne, passed thru here Monday. He had in custody
Alberto Martinez, who was arrested last week or knifing a comrade at
Kenneth. Martinez was sent to the reformatory at St. Cloud.
A.C. Graf, of Lismore, visited with the C.W. Guse family in this city the
latter part of last week.
Mrs. J.G. Richardson left Monday for LeMars, where she will visit for
about a week with her daughter, Mrs. E.G. Pierce.
Mrs. E. Stanton returned the first of the week from Clinton, Ia., in
company with her aged mother who has been seriously ill for some time past.
Mrs. M.M. McCann, of Wilmont left Monday for Moosejaw, Canada, where she
will visit for several months with her daughter who resides there.
Mr. and Mrs. A.A. Goodrich left this morning for Minneapolis where they
will visit for several days at the home of their daughter, Mrs. L.D. Veltum.
Miss Myrtle Selby, who has been visiting in this city for some time past
with relatives and friends, departed Monday for her home in Edgemont, S.D.
William Murray and family, of Fairmont, arrived here last week for a visit
at the home of his sister, Mrs. A. Collins and with other relatives and
Miss June VanValkenberg left the first of the week for Hot Springs, S.D.,
where she will visit during the summer at the home of Dr. and Mrs. P.T.
Misses Edna and Lottie Rouse, who have been attending school in this city
and residing at the home of their uncle, J.N. Gould, left Monday for their
home in Ceylon, Minn.
A communication to the Globe states that Mrs. Teny, nee Hannah Anderson,
of this city, but now of Salt Lake City, who is at present visiting her
parents, was made happy last Thursday by the arrival of a baby girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hinrichs and daughters, Misses Fannie and Theodora,
left today for Ithaca, N.Y., where they will remain for about three months.
Mrs. Hinrichs received a telegram Monday announcing the serious illness of
her father who resides there.
Mrs. J.N. Havinga, of Chicago, is visiting at the home of her sister,
Mrs. Fred Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tripp are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby girl
born to them on Monday, June 5th.
Arthur Hogan, formerly of this city but now of Minneapolis, is visiting
with relatives and friends here this week.
Mrs. F.W. Munn and Miss F.W. Kank, of Newark, N.J., cousins of H.J.
Ludlow, arrived Wednesday for a visit of several weeks.
Miss Sadie Goodell, of Barnum, Minn., is visiting with her sister, Mrs.
L.R. Duxeberry. She will probably spend the summer here.
Miss Irene Johnson, of Lakefield, who has been spending the past five
weeks here with her aunt, Mrs. A.J. Fauskee, left Wednesday of this week for
Mr. and Mrs. J. Henning, of Claire City, Minn., left Wednesday for a
visit with relatives and friends in Sibley, Iowa, after a visit in this city
at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Fred Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Courier, who have been living near this city since
last February departed Tuesday for their future home in Sioux City. Mrs.
Courier is a sister of Mrs. Will Kaster, who lives northeast of Worthington.
Miss Jessie Veeder left Tuesday for her home in Mullenville, Kan., where
she will make her future home. Her parents recently disposed of their
interests in this city and are living at Mullenville. Miss Jessie remained
here with the Hildyard family to complete her course in the normal
department of the Worthington schools.
Clerk of Court Martin issued the following licenses to wed this week: J.M.
Meany, Salt Lake City, Utah to Maud Cooper, Nobles Co.; Vernon Sears, Knox
Co., Neb., to Dawn Sears, Burt Co., Neb.; Frank Randan, Osceola Co., Ia., to
Augusta Pearson, Osceola Co., Ia.; W.T. Knudtson, Rock Co. to Ethel Forster,
The citizens of East Worthington were very indignant this morning with
Geo. W. Patterson, who owns the land of the old East Okabena when they
learned that he anticipated running a fence along the lake to the rear of
their residences, thereby claiming a part of the Lakeshore Road, as his
property. Complaint was made to the City Attorney who notified Mr. Patterson
that he was infringing upon city property.
Thursday, June 15, 1911
Mrs. John Seline departed Wednesday for Hampton, Minn., where she will
visit with her sister, Mrs. Everett. She intends to make Hampton her future
PEARL WETHERALL MARRIED
At the Home of Her Uncle, Geo. West, of
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Other names in this article: Mr. and Mrs. A.N. Wetherall; J.W.
Campbell, Callaway, Nebr.;
PROF. E.E. HEETER MARRIED
Supt. of Schools Married to Miss Lenore
Peck, of Minneapolis
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Names in this article: Elmer Ellsworth Heeter; Miss Lenore
Peck, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Prentiss Peck.
Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Boss and little son arrived here Monday from Indianola,
Iowa, for a visit at the home of Frank Turner.
C.O. Sterling, of Spokane, Wash., visited for a few days here with
relatives and friends. He left Tuesday for his home.
Mrs. Ole Sather left Tuesday for various Illinois points where she will
visit with relatives and friends for a couple of weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. P.H. McCall, of Brewster, visited in this city Wednesday at
the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Sullivan.
Mrs. Jake Wilson and Mrs. J. Vollman left the first of the week for
Sheldon, Iowa, where they will visit for a few days with relatives and
The Carl Anderson family departed Monday for St. James, which place they
will make their future home, Mr. Anderson being interested in a furniture
Mr. and Mrs. G.H. Adams left Tuesday for their home in Beaumont, Ia.,
after a visit of three weeks duration in this city with his sister, Mrs.
Mrs. Nancy Nott, of Minot, N.D., who has been visiting in this city at
the J.E. Darling home, departed Monday for Storden where she will visit
before returning to her home.
Mrs. B. Bullick, of Sioux Falls, arrived here Monday for a week's visit
with her daughter, Mrs. C. Bache. Miss Marie Weaver, of St. Paul, is also
visiting the Bache home.
Walter and Henry Dietchman, of Greeley, Colo, visited for a week in this
city with their friend, Wilbur Peterson, who was until recently employed at
the D.W. Anthony barber shop as shine boy.
Mrs. J.M. Wortz left Monday for Grand Island, Nebr., where she will visit
for about four weeks with relatives and friends and attend the dedication of
a historical monument for the G.A.R. of which her father is a member.
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. McKenzie and sons, Stuart and Ivie, and daughter, Miss
Lizzie, departed Monday afternoon for North Yakima, Wash., which place they
will make their future home. Their many friends in this city regret their
departure but wish them much prosperity in the far west.
Miss Emma Ferguson went to Brewster the first of the week for a few days'
visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. P.J. Silver.
Reuben Oakes, who is superintendent of schools at Welcome, Minn., arrived
here the first of the week to spend his summer vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Brammer are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby
boy, born to them on Monday June 12. New backstop for the base ball team.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Patterson are happy over the arrival of a baby girl
born to them on Wednesday of this week and Mr. and Mrs. C.O. Patterson were
likewise delighted Wednesday afternoon by the arrival of a baby girl.
Chas. L. Double, employed at the Red Cross drug store, spent Sunday with
relatives and friends in Lakefield.
Mrs. Mike Donovan, of Slayton, was in Worthington the first of the week
and visited briefly at the home of her son, John.
John Halquist, of Stranberg, S.D., arrived Thursday of last week for a
visit in this city with his brother-in-law, Mandis Lundell.
Mrs. L.K. Stevens and daughter, Leola, went to Rushmore the first of the
week to visit briefly with Mrs. Steven's sister, Mrs. August Beerman.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Uden, who reside on a farm near Worthington,
celebrated the first twenty-five years of their married life last Sunday by
a silver wedding. A number from this city were present.
Miss Marguerite Basset of St. Paul, visited briefly here the first of the
week with her sister, Mrs. R.E. Smith. She left Monday for St. Paul, where
she will visit briefly with her brother, Louis.
Clerk of the Court, Martin, issued the following licenses this week: Jno.
H. Cramer and Vashal Eva Wilcox, of Emmett county, Iowa; Vinson Abott and
Sadie Moeller, of Worthington, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Dieckhoff and daughter, of Minneapolis, were in
Worthington the latter part of last week and this week visiting with
relatives and old friends. Mr. Dieckhoff was in the hardware business here a
number of years ago.
Nels Scott, of Wilmont, was visiting in this city Wednesday with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Scott.
William Hodgson went to Sioux City Tuesday, where he visited briefly with
his brother, Fred.
Mrs. B.F. Congdon left the first of the week for Humboldt, Ia., where she
will visit her sons, O.B. and B.F. Congdon.
William M. Carleton arrived here today from Minneapolis and will visit
for a week or so at the home of his daughter, Mrs. T.H. Bloxham.
Mrs. J.H. Alter arrived here the latter part of last week from Memphis,
Ten., and will spend the summer with her sister, Mrs. L.M. Holbrook.
Miss Nellie O'Cain, of Sheldon, Ia., arrived here the first of the week
for a visit at the home of her brother, Dan, who resides near Reading.
Miss Margaret Conley, of Sioux City, arrived here Monday of this week.
Miss Conley is a first class cook and is employed at Steffen's restaurant.
Mrs. Wm. Roberts, of Luverne, arrived here Wednesday for a visit of a few
days with Mrs. J.S. Frink. They also met Mrs. Robert's nephew, Lloyed Bullis,
of Ledgewood, N.D., who will visit here.
Mrs. M. McNerney, of Sibley, and Mrs. J.M. Havinga of Chicago, were
visiting with relatives here the first of the week. Mrs. Havinga, who is a
sister of Mrs. Fred Smith, will leave in a short time for her home in
Miss Martha Wick, a former teacher in the public schools of this city,
arrived here the first of the week from Everet, Wash., where she has been
engaged in a similar capacity. She will spend her vacation at the home of
her sister, Mrs. William Schrader, in this city and with relatives and
friends in Jackson, Minn.
Thursday, June 22, 1911
G.W. PATTERSON MARRIED.
Ceremony Performed at M.E. Church Thursday
George W. Patterson and Miss Elizabeth Gutzler, of this city were united
in marriage on Thursday evening of last week at the M.E. Church, the
ceremony being performed by the pastor, Rev. F. Frederickson. The happy
event took place in the presence of a few invited relatives and friends.
The bride is an accomplished and educated lady, having taught in the
schools of Spokane, Washington, for ten consecutive years, where she gained
an enviable reputation as a model instructor. Since coming to Worthington
she has made a host of friends and admirers who will wish for her the very
best that married life can bring.
Mr. Patterson is one of our most enterprising business men and a leader
in every enterprise that makes for the public good.
The bridal couple left early Friday morning for the twin city, where they
remained until Sunday. They will occupy their residence in North
Worthington, where they will receive the congratulations of their numerous
friends and well wishers.
The Globe joins with their friends in wishing them many years of wedded
HAEGER - DARLING NUPTIALS.
Married in This City, Wednesday, June
The home of Mr. and Mrs. A.P. Darling was the scene of a very pretty
wedding on Wednesday, June 21, at eleven o'clock, at which time their
daughter, Amy Ruth, was united in marriage with Mr. W.H. Jaeger, of LeSueur
Center, Minn. Rev. L.W. Porter, of the Christian church of St.
Paul, performed the ceremony, using the beautiful and impressive ring
The happy event was witnessed by only the immediate relatives and a few
The bride was handsomely gowned in a costume of silk embroidered net over
A delightful four-course luncheon was served at noon.
The bride is well-known in this community, having lived here all her
life, and has a host of friends who wish her much joy.
The groom is cashier of the First National Bank of Le Sueur Center, where
he is prominent in business and social circles.
The bridal couple left on the afternoon train for Lake Jefferson, where
they will spend a month at Mr. Jaeger's summer cottage. They will be at home
after Sept. 1st, at Le Sueur, Center.
The out-of-town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. R.B. Jaeger, of Cleveland,
Minn.; Mrs. George Cheadle, of Chicago; Mrs. H.G. Beckley and son,
Minneapolis; Mr. Harris Darling, St. Paul, and Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. Fellows
and family, of Elk.
DEATH OF GEORGE SMITH.
Died of Paralysis at Wilmont Saturday, June
George Smith was born in Stanslead Plains, Canada, Sept. 7th, 1838 and
died at Wilmont, Minn., June 17, 1911, aged 72 years, 9 months and 10 days.
He moved from Canada to Grundy, Iowa, where he married Miss Helen M.
Nichols. To them were born three children, all of whom are living; they are
as follows: Arthur E., Roy H. and Carl G. Smith. The mother of these
children died in 1873.
May 21st, 1878, Mr. Smith was united in marriage to Miss Ettie J. Bishop,
of Lowell, Mass., he going east for that purpose. They returned to Iowa,
where he continued to live for some years. They moved to Brewster, Minn.,
about 1886. Next they moved to the vicinity of Wilmont, where they have
since lived, except for four years spent in South Dakota.
Eight children was born of this union, seven of whom are still living one
having died in infancy. They are, Mrs. Winnifred Girard, of Milwaukee, Wis.;
Wallace N., of Highwood, Ill.; Herbert A., of Wilmett, Ill.; Mrs. Helen M.
Pass, of Ellsworth, Minn.; Harold F., of Wilmont, Minn.; Mrs. Maude E.
Larimore, of Parsons, Kansas, and Leslie S. Smith, of Wilmont, Minn.
Three of the children were unable to be present at the funeral.
Mr. Smith was a railroad contractor and builder and worked at that
business in Iowa, Wisconsin, South Dakota and Minnesota.
Mr. Smith was an Ancient Odd Fellow and the members of that order
rendered untiring assistance, as is their custom, to the family during his
The deceased had been an almost helpless invalid for about fifteen years,
and bore his affliction with remarkable patience.
He was a good and faithful husband and father and an upright citizen,
respected by all who knew him.
The funeral was held Tuesday, June 20th, in the Wilmont Presbyterian
church, conducted by Dr. L.L. Sowles, of Worthington. The remains were
brought to this city and interred in the Worthington cemetery.
Born -- To Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Becker, Monday, a nine pound baby girl.
Mrs. J.W. Marten is in the city this week, visiting with her sister, Mrs. M.J.
Miss Hary Ryan arrived Monday from Sioux City for a short visit at the
Guy Cahoon is now employed in the Globe office. Guy is a good boy and
takes an interest in his work.
John Ronan, accompanied by his two little nieces, spent Sunday at Sioux
Falls, with Grandma McCann.
Mrs. S.E. Critchfield, of Summersett, Co., Parents. is here visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Kimmel, of this city.
Mrs. M. Donovan, who has been visiting in this city at the home of her
son, John, departed Saturday for her home in Slayton.
Mrs. Sarah Kirk left Wednesday morning for a visit at Rockwell City, Ia.,
with relatives. She expects to be gone about a week.
Mrs. Mike Hand passed thru Worthington Monday on her way home to Bigelow,
from Wilmont, where she had been visiting with relatives and friends.
Miss Francille Dye, of West Union, Ia., arrived here last Thursday for a
few days' visit at the home of John Donovan and with other friends.
J. Engelke, of the Lawrence Furniture and Undertaking establishment, went
to Wilmont Tuesday to bring back to Worthington the body of Roy Smith's
father for interment in the Lakeside cemetery here.
Young America was out enmasse Monday night and gave G.W. Patterson and
bride a charivari that came near waking the whole city. Mr. Patterson
gladdened the youths by giving them an unlimited order for ice cream at one
of the restaurants.
Born -- To Mr. and Mrs. Ole Carlson, Sunday, June 13, a daughter.
Mrs. T. Wellerson and two grandchildren left Tuesday for a short visit at
Mrs. Schwartz left Monday for Amboy, Minn., called there by the serious
illness of her mother.
Mrs. J.C. Reed, of Ridgeway, Wis., is here visiting with her sister, Mrs.
E.J. Jones and family.
Arthur White, of Lakefield, who has been visiting the Bishop family,
returned home Monday morning.
Fred Netter left Tuesday afternoon for Sioux Falls, where he will be in
the employ of the New State Telephone Co.
Mrs. Oscar Blood and children left Tuesday for East Hampton, Conn., for
an indefinite visit with relatives and friends.
Otis Bigelow, Sr., left the first of the week for Collister, Conn., where
he will spend several months in the vicinity of his boyhood home.
Mrs. Dr. Gould returned Tuesday from Ceylon, Minn., where she had spent a
week visiting Thomas Palmer, Jr., and sister, Helen, accompanied her home.
Mr. and Mrs. E.C. Pannell left Sunday for Drinkwater, Canada, where they
will visit with their four sons, Edwin, Clarke, Charles and Clarence, for
about four weeks. Two of the boys are in the implement business there and
two have claims a short distance from Drinkwater.
Claude Mackey arrived here the latter part of last week for a visit with
relatives and friends. Mr. Mackey is one of the Worthington boys who
possesses a Dakota claim. He came here from Fairmont, where he has been
visiting for some time past with relatives and friends.
H.W. Steffens has purchased the Gilbert Anderson residence, on 8th
Gus Dietrich left Monday night for a short visit with relatives at
Charlie Won has installed a new electric motor to run the machinery in
O.F. Blood, who has been doing plumbing work at Quimby, Ia., is home for
a visit with his family.
Mrs. L.H. Beckley returned home Friday from an extended visit with her
sons, Harvey Beckley, of Minneapolis, and Eugene Beckley, of Blue Earth,
Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Beede and niece, Miss Iris Decker, returning from a
trip in the Dakotas, stopped over here Monday for a visit at the home of L.W.
John Eggleston, who is confined in the Shakopee hospital with rheumatism,
is said to be in very bad shape. His many friends here hope for a speedy
Wm. Roebuck, wife and two daughters visited the Wasmund and Kasdorf homes
in Dewald the latter part of last week. They arrived Friday in their auto,
making the trip from Carrol, Ia., in one day.
Born -- To Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hurlbert, Monday, June 19, a boy.
C.W. Hall arrived in Worthington Tuesday where he will make an extended
visit with his daughters.
Miss Anna Graves, of Ransom, is attending Summer school here and making
her home with her grandfather, C.W.W. Dow.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Crown [Brown?] and child are here for a couple weeks
visit with Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ager.
Coroner Williams, Deputy-Coroner Doland and County Attorney Jones went
out in Lorain Wednesday to investigate the death of Miss Edna Peterson, who,
it is stated was treated for tuberculosis by a doctor who was not qualified
to give a certificate.
Miss Bart, of Mitchell, S.D. is here visiting her cousin, Miss Delpha
Lee Fowler of Spencer, Iowa, arrived Wednesday for a short visit with
friends and relatives.
Mr. C. McDonough left Thursday for St. Paul to visit friends and
relatives for a couple of weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. John Thorm of Ballaton, who have been visiting Will Thorm of
Rushmore, left Thursday for their home.
G.W. Patterson is having a deep well bored in the old East Lake bed,
south of the mill. Dee Cramer is doing the work.
Mrs. J.G. Jacobson, of Kiron, Iowa, arrived Tuesday afternoon for a short
visit with J.E. Erickson and her brother, A. Erickson.
Mrs. G.W. Giraux has gone to St. Paul for a two weeks' visit with her
sister, Mrs. Arthur Hogan, and her brother, J.J. Rippberger.
Miss Edna Peterson, died from Tuberculosis at her home in Lorain, Tuesday
evening of this week. Deceased was 14 years, 9 months and four days old.
Funeral services will be held here tomorrow, Friday.
E.L. Schwartz left Wednesday for Amboy, Minn., to attend the funeral of
his mother-in-law, Mrs. Talbot, who died there on Tuesday of this week. The
deceased was 79 years of age. Funeral services will be held on Thursday
Marriage licenses were issued recently by Clerk of Courts Martin to John
Doeden and Ellan Langseth, both of Nobles county; Toney Reillinger of
Delaware county, Ia., and Augusta Brown of Dubuque county, Ia.; and Wm. H.
Jaeger of Le Seuer county, Minn., and Amy R. Darling of Nobles county.
James Williams, late of Ransom township, who had been undergoing
treatment here for some time and later removed to the Shakopee hospital for
further treatment is reported to have died on the 20th ult [?] at that place
and will be brought here for burial. We understand Mr. Williams has no
relatives in this county, but has several in Minneapolis. No time is set as
yet for the funeral. Death resulted from paralysis.
Lillian L. Williamson was born in Bushnell, Illinois, July 12, 1859. She
was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Austin.
While yet a child her parents moved to Hancock county, Illinois, where
she grew to womanhood.
On the 11th day of August, 1878, she was united in marriage to Joseph C.
They lived in Hancock county until the fall of 1883, when they moved to
Clarion, Wright county, Iowa, where they resided until the spring of 1902.
They then moved to Worthington, which place has since been their home.
To them were born five children, Royal H., Clarence J., Elon, William J.
and Marion Ruth, all of whom survive to mourn the loss of the dearly beloved
mother and wife.
For some time Mrs. Williamson has been afflicted with heart trouble and
arterial rheumatism, which finally proved fatal to her last Thursday
morning. From an early age Mrs. Williams[on] was a devoted christian.
Funeral services were held at the home at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, being
conducted by Rev. C.B. Osgood, of Mankato, Minn.