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Thursday, September 7, 1911

Mr. and Mrs. J.I. Jenks, of Windom, are making this city their home. Mr. Jenks is the baker for W.W. Loveless' grocery and bakery establishment of this city.

Mr. and Mrs. T.F. Pierce arrived Tuesday from Sioux Falls, S.D., and will make their home here in the future. Mr. Pierce is employed at the Vernon barber shop.

Rev. Edstam, formerly of Indian Lake township but now of Kansas City, preached at the Swedish Baptist church in Indian Lake last Sunday. Mr. Edstam and family are spending their vacation with the families of Ole Nystrom and Nels Moberg.

Claud Wood and son left Monday for their home in Windom, after a few days spent in this city with relatives.

ms Nettie Arens left Monday for her home in Dundee, after a brief visit here with friends. She also visited at the home of her uncle, Frank Arens, at Lake Park.

George Fox and family, of Windom, arrived here Saturday and will make this place their future home. Mr. Fox is employed as wire chief for the Worthington telephone company.

James Wood, who has been visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Wood in this city, for the past two months, departed Tuesday of this week for his home in Seattle.

Andrew Allen arrived here from Sioux Falls, Tuesday, for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Allen, of the Allen House. He is engaged in the real estate business at Sioux Falls.

Miss Myra Morron, Mrs. John Miller and son, Emery, who have been visiting at the home of Fred Darling, left Saturday for Chicago where they will visit before returning to their home in Nashville, Tenn.

Mrs. E.E. Lemon, of Murdo, S.Dak., who has been in the city for the past two months receiving treatments for the improvement of her health, left Monday for Fort Dodge, Ia., for a visit with relatives and friends before returning home.

Mrs. Julia B. Hensel, formerly principal of the Worthington high schools but more recently of Wooster, Ohio, arrived here Wednesday from Bellevue, Neb., where she visited at the home of her brother, Charles Baskerville. Mrs. Hensel and her daughter, Miss Virginia, are on their way to Albert Lea, Minn., where Mrs. Hensel will instruct in the girls' school. They will visit in Worthington, however, for about three weeks before gonig to Alber Lea.

Obituary

Mrs. Mattie Williamson was born in Denmark, February 9, 1874, and died Aug. 31, 1911.

She came to this country with her parents when she was 9 years old. They settled near Bixby, Minn., where she grew to womanhood. At the age of 16 she took her stand with the Salvation Army, in which she was a most earnest worker for 15 years.

For nine years she was an officer in the army, finally attaining the title of ensign.

On July 12th, 1905, she was united in marriage with Roy H. Williamson. To them were born two children, Alice, aged 5 years and Marion, aged 2 years. In the spring of 1907 they moved to Montrose, Colo., which has since been their home.

They returned to Worthington about two months ago on account of the illness of Mr. Williamson's mother.

LOCALS

Mrs. E. Muck went to Minneapolis the first of the week to spend a few days with her daughter, Mrs. A.G. Hancock.

Miss Mabel King, of Org, is employed at Mrs. Alma Peterson's millinery store in this city as trimmer.

Miss Laura Pepple left Saturday last for Grand Marais, where she will teach school the coming school year.

Miss M. Brooks, of Twin Falls, arrived Monday to begin her duties as teacher in the Worthington schools.

Mrs. Martin Frederickson and daughter, Miss Margaret, left Monday for St. Paul, after visiting in this city with Rev. Frederickson.

W.W. Ullom, of Alta, Iowa, returned home Friday of last week, after a pleasant visit in this city with his sister, Mrs. G.W. Brammer.

Maud Runyon, formerly of this city, was married at her home in St. Paul last week, Tuesday, to Mr. Phillip Bunde. Her friends in this city extend congratulations.

Miss Esther Sundberg returned home last Friday after spending several weeks with her sister, Mrs. C.F. Bostrom, of Vinton, Iowa.

Mrs. Walter Dunbar and children returned Tuesday from Bloomington, Ill., Greencastle, Ind., and other points where she visited for the past two weeks with her parents and other relatives.

Howard Rippberger has returned from his Chicago visit by the way of Elgin, Ill., and Eau Claire, Wis., where he made short stops to visit his uncle, brothers and sisters. He reports having a good time.

Walter Gilchrist, who has been employed in the Vernon barber shop in this city for some time past, has resigned his position and has purchased a shop at Avoca, Minn. His resignation took effect Saturday evening and the family are moving this week to Avoca.

Mrs. Newell Westinghouse, of Springfield, Minn., arrived here the latter part of last week for a few days visit with her sister, Mrs. W.E. Blume. Mrs. Westinghouse was an early settler of Nobles county and is a cousin of the Westinghouse of national repute.

Miss Ethel Blume departed Monday afternoon for Mankato, where she will continue her work in the Normal school.

Miss Agnes Cree returned Monday from Minneapolis, where she has been visiting for the past two weeks with her aunt, Mrs. Robert Cree.

Harold Oakes went to Bigelow, Saturday, for a brief visit with old friends. He expects to leave shortly to attend the University of Minnesota.

Miss Pearl Stamm came up from Sibley, Saturday, and visited with her brother, Earl, who is employed at the Ideal Cleaning Works and took in the dance of Monday evening.

Amos Todd, formerly of this city but now of Beaver Creek, was in this city Wednesday visiting with friends. Mr. Todd has disposed of his business in Beaver Creek and was on his way to attend the state fair.

Stanley G. Swanberg, who has been attending college at Valparaiso, Indiana, for some time past, arrived home last Thursday. He will remain here for about a year after which he contemplates renewing his studies in the University of Minnesota.

Mrs. Bloxham, of Sheldon, Iowa, arrived here the latter part of last week and is visiting at the home of her son, Thomas.

NEWS OF YESTERDAY
Items Clipped From the Globe Twenty-Five Years Ago

December 2, 1886

Hans Peter Olsen, who came from Sweden last spring to see this great land of ours and who worked for Mr. Erskine of Indian Lake township until last Thursday, came to town and bought a passage ticket homeward of Mr. Kindlund. He says he was tired of America -- this land of the free and home of the brave! He boarded the Burlington train Saturday for Sweden, which will reach just in time to celebrate Christmas with his family.

Thursday, September 14, 1911

Local News Items

Miss Marie Schaeffer, of Hot Springs, South Dakota, has been visiting her many Worthington friends since Saturday. She will remain in this city for perhaps a month, and from here expects to go to Adrian, her former home, for a visit.

Frank Peterson, who left here about a year ago and went to Washington, where he has since been farming, has returned to Worthington and will enter the employ of A. Oberman. Mr. Peterson is the son of Aaron Peterson, a former Nobles county resident, who has resided at Palouse, Washington, for the past seven years.

Miss Etta Kirk left last Thursday morning for her home at Rockwell City, Iowa. She was accompanied as far as Spirit Lake by her aunt, Miss May Kirk.

Mark Graves, a well-known ex-Nobles county resident, arrived in Worthington yesterday for a visit with old friends and to transact several matters of business. The Graves family have resided in Puyallup, a growing town suburban to Tacoma, Washington, since leaving here five years ago.

Miss Clara Hogan, of Sioux City, is visiting at the home of her uncle, M. Hogan. She will visit here for about a week.

Miss Marie Wigeahl, who has been visiting here for the past week with her cousin, Miss Althea Hogan, departed today for her home at Vermillion, S.D.

Mrs. Julia Hensel and daughter, Virginia, who have been visiting friends in this city for several days, departed Saturday for Albert Lea, where Mrs. Hensel will instruct in the girls' school.

The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Fred North, formerly of this city but now of Freeport, Ill., extend congratulations on the birth of a son on September 6th. Mrs. north is the older daughter of John Fitch, of this city.

Dr. G.A. Cahoon was called to St. Paul today where he will render the sermon at the burial of Mrs. A.C. Petrie, who at one time resided at Lakefield and St. James, she having died at St. Paul Wednesday morning.

Thursday, September 21, 1911

LOCAL NEWS

Mr. and Mrs. Quincy King on Thursday last moved their household goods from Org to Worthington. Mr. and Mrs. King have made Org their home since February last and while here made any friends who will regret their departure.

POPULAR YOUNG MAN WEDS
Luther Miner Herbert Married to Miss Beth Ames, at Traer, Iowa

Word received here the first of the week indicates the marriage of L.M. Herbert, of the Herbert Drug Co., of this city, to Miss Beth Ames, a former teacher in the Worthington high school, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Asa L. Ames, of Traer, Iowa, on Friday, Sept. 15th.

A few weeks ago Mr. Herbert left the city and the announcement of his marriage will be a great surprise to his many friends. Mrs. Herbert also has a number of friends here who will unite with the Globe in extending congratulations and in wishing herself and Mr. Herbert many ears of wedded bliss.

The happy young couple will probably return to Worthington about the first of October and will make this city their home, Mr. Herbert having erected a fine dwelling on 6th ave. They are spending their honeymoon in Wisconsin points.

Local News Items

W.J. Williamson, of this city, left Saturday for Kimberlin Heights, Tenn., to attend a bible college.

Mrs. Geo. W. Wilson left Saturday for Boscobel, Wis., to be in attendance at the funeral of her nephew.

Mr. and Mrs. P. Peterson and son, Frank, arrived here Monday for a visit of a week's duration with her father, C.E. Marr.

Mrs. G.M. Peters, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. C.M. Smith in this city, for about a week, departed Monday for her home in Plentywood, Mont.

Lyle Dovery, of Twin Falls, Idaho, stopped over here Friday to visit a short time with old friends. He is on his way home from a visit at Barron, Wisconsin.

Mrs. G.W. Garlich, who has been visiting in this city during the summer with her sister, Mrs. Daniel Shell, departed Monday for her home in West Salem, Wisconsin.

Mrs. F. Wall, daughter, Miss Bernice, and son, Henry Deutschman, left Monday for their home in Westbrook, Minn., after a few days here at the home of C.D. Peterson.

Mrs. Earl Murray, of Syracuse, N.Y., is visiting in this city at the home of her uncle, T.L. Mitchell. Mrs. Murray is favorably impressed with Worthington and the family may locate here.

D.M. Cook, of Des Moines, Iowa, is visiting at the home of his granddaughter, Mrs. Chas. E. Sims. Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Cook, of Champaign, Ill., arrived for a visit at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Chas. E. Sims. The Cooks will spend the winter at the Sims' home in this city.

John Sather left Tuesday morning for Wells, Minn., where he will visit for a few days with old friends.

Mrs. N. Barnes went to Sioux City, Monday, where she will visit at the home of her brother, J.F. Butters, for a week.

Miss Beatrix Gadwa who has been visiting in this city with her sister, Mrs. C.H. Hurlbert, left Tuesday for her home at Ottawa, Minn.

Mrs. A.E. Bigelow and son, Seibert, left Monday for their home in Sioux Falls, after a visit of two weeks here with her sister, Mrs. J.K. Baker.

Mrs. E.H. Albertson and daughter, Miss Joyce, who have been visiting in this city for the past two weeks, at the home of Ira Mishler, left Monday for Sanborn, Ia., from which place the family are moving to Cherokee, Iowa.

John F. Gilman and Miss Violetta Drake, of Brewster, were married there Tuesday, by Rev. Miller, of the German Luther[an] church. The two young people are among the most respected of Brewster and the Globe wishes them a prosperous and happy wedded life. The groom's brother, Rudolph Gilman, was best man and Miss Dora Heyes, the bridesmaid. Mr. and Mrs. Gilman will spend their honeymoon at Sioux City and Holstein, Iowa.

Mrs. A.H. Kalkberener, of Lake City, Minn., is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Bedient.

Mrs. A. Bright left Tuesday morning for Brewster, where she will visit for a few days with her parents and friends.

Mr. and Mrs. F.G. Albertus left Wednesday of this week for Fort Collins, Colo., which place they will make their future home.

Mrs. P. Anton left the first of the week for Lake Park, Ia., where she will visit her daughter, Mrs. Schmueser, for a few days.

Miss Ilma Cale left the latter part of last week for Minneapolis, where she has accepted a position as stenographer in a law office.

S.R. Thompson left Tuesday for Newkirk, Okla., where he will visit for a week or ten days with relatives and friends and transact business.

Randall Hough, of Sibley, visited with friends here briefly Tuesday. He was enroute to Madison, Wis., to resume his studies in the college there.

Mrs. Mary Dodge left the latter part of last week for Minneapolis, where she has employment, after a visit of several days here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Robinson.

Mrs. L.B. Mason, nee Miss Pearl Drake, of this city, and children, arrived here Tuesday from Minneapolis, and will visit with Mrs. Skank and other friends for about a week.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, of Adrian, visited here briefly Tuesday with his sister, Mrs. Eugene Smith. They were enroute to Adrian, Texas, for a visit of several weeks.

Ray Kerr, a former Worthington young man, was in the city the latter part of last week enroute to Rushmore for a visit. He is attending the naval academy at Annapolis.

Lewis Jones, formerly of this city, and a graduate of the Worthington high school, was married recently to Miss Pearl Perry, of Mitchell, S.D. The young couple are located at McGeehee, Ark.

The Will Dougherty family, of Rushmore, left this week for North Yakhima [Yakima], Wash., where they will visit briefly with relatives. They will go to Santa Cruz, Cal., later, which place they will make their future home.

Mr. and Mrs. John Hollander and Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Brasser, of Rochester, N.Y., arrived here Tuesday for a visit of about a week with their relatives, the Jno. Voss family. They will leave later for St. Joe, Mo., and points in California.

Miss Florence Milton went to Magnolia, Wednesday, to make her home with her aunt, Mrs. A. Walker.

John Roberts, a member of the class of 1910, was over from Rushmore, Wednesday, and visited with old friends.

Miss Amy Stewart, of Minneapolis, arrived here the first of the week for a visit of a few days with her cousin, Miss Jennie Lynde.

J.M. Wilder, an acquaintances of W.E. Oliver during the latter's childhood days in New Hampshire, was here on Wednesday of this week. He left for his home in Troy N.Y.

Thursday, September 28, 1911

BIRTHS

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carey, of Wilmont, at Humiston's hospital, Worthington, a boy, Monday, September 25th, 1911.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fletcher, of Worthington, Wednesday, September, 27th 1911, a boy.

Local News Items

William Garvey and William Cline of Adrian, were in Worthington the first of the week visiting with old friends and transacting business.

Miss Mary Twitchell, who has been visiting orf the past six weeks with friends in Ripon, Wis., returned home the latter part of last week.

Mrs. T.O. Opsata, of Luverne, left Tuesday for her home after an enjoyable visit of a week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wilson Abbott.

Bruce Yale returned Monday from Jefferson, Ia., where he visited for a week with his daughter, Miss Bernice, and other relatives and friends.

Mr. and Mrs. V.C. Traphaden, of Stevanson, Wis., arrived here the latter part of last week for a visit of about two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. J. Isom.

Jno. Meyer, who has been visiting at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Fred Hastings for the past two weeks, departed Tuesday for his home in Pontiac, Illinois.

Misses Nelle and Gladys and Roland Peters, of Denver, visited with Mrs. Alma Peterson a few days the first of the week while enroute home from a visit at Rock Rapids.

Anthony L. Schmidt, formerly employed at the shoe store of Albert Schmidt, has resigned his position and this week opened a shoe repair shop in the rooms above Berg & Sobol's store.

Mrs. Klasy and grandson, Fred, who have been residing on a claim near Minot, N.D., for some time past, arrived here the latter part of last week and will make Worthington their future home.

Mrs. H.W. Garetts, of Rock Rapids, Ia., and Mrs. H.W. Egbert, of Moscow, Idaho, were in Worthington the first of the week visiting with Mrs. Anna Peterson. They were enroute to Rock Rapids.

W.E. Roberts, of Rushmore, was visiting friends here the first of the week. Mr. Roberts states that his son, John, who is a graduate of the Worthington high school, will leave Thursday of this week for Ann Arbor, Mich., where he will study law.

Miss Emelia Huehner and Carl Hakeneis were granted a license to wed by Clerk of Court Martin, this week.

J.S. Smith, the housemover, of Sheldon, Ia., was in the city the first of the week visiting with old friends and transacting business. He was thinking of locating here.

Joseph Ely, who has been making his home with his son, J.D. Ely, who resides west of town, left Wednesday afternoon for Lyman, Wis., where he at one time lived. He will visit relatives and friends there for about two weeks.

Roy Forney returned to his home in Brewster, Tuesday, from Streator, Ill., where he visited his mother and other relatives for about a week. He reports the crop condition there good and a bumper crop of corn. Mr. Forney lived at Streator for a number of years and was surprised at the fine crop of corn for this, a dry year.

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bostic, of Wilmont, were in Worthington the first of the week. They were accompanied by G.P. Fritz, of Adrian, and Jim Phillips, of Wilmont, and several others, and were on their wedding trip. Mrs. Bostic was previously Miss Mary Zingsheim until Monday of this week when Rev. Friends. Sands, of Wilmont, changed the name to Bostic by mutual consent of both parties.

Mrs. P. DeLagoon, who lives east of this city, returned the latter part of last week from Estherville, where she visited at the home of her father, who was very ill.

Mrs. S.N. Rose and grand-daughter, Miss Elaine Rose, who has been visiting here, left Wednesday for Luverne, where the former will visit her son, A.P. Rose, of the Northern history publishing company.

R.L. Morland returned the latter part of last week from a month's visit with relatives and friends in Scotland. Mrs. Morland, who accompanied him on his trip, visited with friends in St. Paul until Wednesday of this week. Miss Jennie Torrance was also with the party and has many interesting tales to tell of the land across the sea.

Mrs. A.J. Wilson returned Tuesday from Luverne, where she visited for the past week with her sister, Mrs. C.L. Dobell.

Mrs. Geo. Cale left Tuesday for her home in Mason City, Ia., after a visit of a few days here with her sister, Mrs. J.D. Stowels.

G.W. Beeman and mother arrived here Wednesday from Conrad, Ia., for a visit of a week's duration with Mr. and Mrs. J.N. Crister.

Miss Louise Schubert departed Wednesday for her home in Barnu, Iowa, after a visit in this city of four weeks at the home of her uncle, J. Foehr.

Nels Rong, formerly employed by Albert Schmid in his shoe store, arrived here last week from Des Moines, Ia., and has accepted a position with Mr. Schmid again. He will move his family here if suitable quarters can be found.

R.J. Williamson and J.C. Williamson left Wednesday for Montrose, Colo., which place they will make their future home. The little daughters accompanied hem. The father and son were both unfortunate in losing their wives recently.

 

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


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