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Thursday, June 6, 1912

BREWSTER CITIZEN MARRIED
Married to St. Paul Lady, in That City, On Tuesday, June Fourth.

Charles J. Cunningham, of Brewster, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Cunningham, of that village, was married Tuesday, June 4, to Miss Mabelle Louise Brown, of St. Paul. The wedding took place in that city.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Brown, of St. Paul. The happy couple will make their home in Brewster, and will be at home in that village after June 18. The groom is one of Brewster's best known young men and has many friends in that village, all of whom join in wishing himself and wife many happy years of wedded life.

LOCAL NEWS ITEMS

Mrs. E.E. Galbraith and son arrived from their home in Luverne Tuesday, for a visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John McCord.

Mrs. W.L. Sedgeley, accompanied by her three children, left for Storm Lake, Tuesday afternoon, for a short visit at the home of her parents.

Miss K. Linsoe returned to her home in Mankato, Monday, after a brief visit at the home of Mr. Myrum.

Mrs. C.T. Miller, accompanied by her daughter, Vernon, left Tuesday for Bigelow, for a short visit with friends in that village.

Mrs. Alice Hazard arrived from Omaha early Tuesday morning. She will visit while in this city at the home of her sister, Mrs. John Lawson.

Mrs. B.F. Park left for her home in Kansas City, Tuesday, after a visit of several weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. O.K. Anderson.

Miss Alice Wethall returned to her home in Mankato Tuesday morning. While in this city Miss Wethall was employed as nurse at the Worthington hospital.

Mrs. A.W. Ebert arrived in this city from her home in Brewster on Tuesday. While here, Mrs. Ebert visited at the home of her mother, Mrs. J.M. Vail.

Mrs. W.H. Jaeger left for her home in LeSueur Center Tuesday morning, after a very pleasant visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.P. Darling.

Miss Josephine Day arrived from her home in Stanwood, Ia., Tuesday. While in this locality, Miss Day will visit at the home of John Long, who resides on a farm near this city.

Mrs. N. McNerey spent Tuesday visiting at the home of Mrs. F. Smith. Upon her return to her home at Sibley, Ia., Tuesday evening, she was accompanied by Master M. Smith, who will visit with her for a few days.

O.J. Eiteman, who has been absent for about two months from this city, arrived here Tuesday. While away, Mr. Eiteman visited at the home of his parents in Jefferson, Iowa. He also spent some time in Duluth and several Illinois points.

Miss Cora Dow, who during the past season had been teaching a school at Cass Lake, Minn., returned to this city Monday. She will spend part of her vacation at the home of her father, C.W.W. Dow. Miss Dow will leave shortly for Pullman, Wisconsin.

Mrs. W.P. Hudson and children left for her former home in Viroqua, Wis., Tuesday. She will remain at that place about six weeks visiting at the home of her parents. At the end of that time, she will be joined by her husband, who will return with her to their home in this city.

J.M. Lock was a visitor for several hours in this city Tuesday. Mr. Lock is a former resident of Worthington, and at one time was employed as operator at the Omaha depot.

Mrs. D. Stubb arrived from Kansas City, Monday, for a visit of several days at the home of of H.B. Richardson and daughter, Mrs. N.R. Lien.

Mrs. C.B. Kirby arrived from her former home in Fort Scott, Kan. Monday. Mr. Kirby recently moved onto a farm near this city and he and Mrs. Kirby together with their family, will make their home there in the future.

Harvey Sampson left for Luverne Monday afternoon to meet his sisters, Mrs. B.C. Barrows, and his younger sister, Miss Lucille, who has been attending school during the past season. They returned to this city the same evening.

Mrs. A.J. Ward arrived in this city Thursday. Mr. Ward recently moved to this city, to take personal charge of his hardware store here. He and Mrs. Ward will make their home here in the future.

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William Westley Jenkins died at the hospital at Sibley, Tuesday afternoon, following an operation performed Sunday afternoon for bowel obstruction. Although he had been in comparatively good health right along, he lacked vitality to rally and peacefully passed to his reward. He was one of the pioneers in the settlement of Little Rock township, well known and very highly respected. Wealth rewarded his farming efforts in most abundant degree and his fine farm is a testimonial to his perseverence, industry and executive ability. In 1872 this farm, the northwest quarter of Sec. 32, Little Rock township, was homesteaded and has been the family home ever since. --Ellsworth News.

Last Sunday evening Jas. Brown, of Minneota township, drove to one of his neighbors, Hans Christensen, and after remaining there a short time started for home. He was caught in a storm and a flash of lightning killed him and the team he was driving. The tragedy must have occurred when the storm was at its worst, or about 8:30, but no one knew anything about it until the next day. Not having returned during the night, Mrs. Brown became worried about her husband and a brother of Mr. Brown also became uneasy and started out in the morning to look for him. He had gone but a short distance from the house when he saw his team lying in the road on a hill about half a mile from the house. Upon arriving there he found both horses dead still hitched to the buggy. The victim of the tragedy was sitting on the buggy seat, but so burned and badly charred that beyond recognizing the remains as that of a human being was impossible.

The clothes Mr. Brown wore were burned so that they were black as coal. The buggy box was also consumed by the flash of lightning. --Lakefield Standard.

LOCAL NEWS ITEMS

Mrs. G.B. Fox left Saturday morning for Decorah, Ia. While at that place, Mrs. Fox will visit at the home of her parents.

Miss L. Small visited during the past week at the home of of her cousin, Mrs. P.D. Peterson. Miss Small's home is in Luverne.

H. Palm, after a visit of about three weeks at the home of of her son-in-law, Rev. H. Carlson, left for his home in Sweden, today (Thursday).

Mrs. N. Cowing returned to her home in Jackson Saturday morning after a very pleasant visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. A.R. Albertus.

Mrs. J.N. Dodge, who for the past week has visited at the home of her brother-in-law, Harry Hobson, returned to her home in St. Paul Saturday.

Mrs. M. Marple, who for the past several days has visited at the home of her sister, Mrs. William De Vaney, left Saturday for Bigelow, for a brief visit with relatives in that village.

William G. Mordin, who recently accepted a position of manager of the Coleman lumber company, left for his former home in Hopkins, Minn., Saturday morning to make arrangements for moving his family to this city.

Benjamin S. Elrodt and Miss Rose Koskay were quietly married in this city Friday, the ceremony being performed by Hon. C.M. Cory, Judge of Probate Court. Both contracting parties were residents of Douglas county, Nebr.

Miss Gerede Olson visited during the past week at the home of her brother, William Olson. Miss Olson was enroute from Spokane to Sweden, where she will visit for some time.

Miss Emma Ferguson returned from Waseca during the past week. Miss Ferguson has been engaged as teacher at that place during the past school term. She will spend her vacation at the home of her mother, Mrs. W.M. Ferguson.

Joseph Mattson, a recent graduate of the College of St. Peter, opened a Swedish summer school nine miles north of this city Monday. Mr. Mattson will conduct the school at that place for one month and then come to Worthington, remaining here two months. Mr. Mattson was in this city over Sunday and on Sunday evening he filled the pulpit of the Swedish Lutheran church.

Mrs. George Bloom left on No. 6 Wednesday morning for Heron Lake. She will visit her parents in that village for a few days before returning.

Paul Norris, accompanied by his sister, Miss Nina, left for Benito, Texas, Wednesday morning. They will join their parents at that place with the intentions of making that their future home.

Rev. G.A. Cahoon returned Wednesday from Woodstock, where he performed a marriage ceremony that united Rev. A.A. Ronshausen and Miss Hazel Baben [Baken?]. Mr. Ronshausen is a former resident of Brewster but is now a resident of Roscoe, S. Dak.

Fred Almont and Miss Adline Josephine Martin were quietly married in this city yesterday afternoon. The ceremony was performed by Hon. C.M. Cory, judge of probate. The bride formerly resided in this city. Both contracting parties are now residents of Sioux Falls, S.D.

Miss Anna Nyquist left for Eagle Lake, Minn., Wednesday. She will spend her summer vacation at that place. Miss Nyquist has been principal of the high school of this city for the past two years. Her many friends among the citizens of Worthington and pupils of the school will be sorry to learn that Miss Nyquist does not expect to return to this city at the opening of our next school year.

Mrs. A.B. Cook left Thursday for Madison, Wis., for a brief visit at the home of her son who resides at that place. She returned home Tuesday.

Miss Anna Yeske, who had been attending school in North St. Paul during the past season, arrived in this city Tuesday to spend her vacation at the home of her mother, Mrs. J. McKeever.

Peter Hawkinson received a telegram Tuesday informing him that his brother, Nels, had been drowned at Mellen, Wis. Edward Hawkinson, a nephew, left for that place on Wednesday morning's train. As the telegram contained no details regarding the death of Mr. Hawkinson, it is impossible to state how the accident occurred. Before leaving, Mr. Hawkinson said as soon as he arrived there he would wire his father and mother particulars and that they would also leave for that point as soon as they heard from him. The unfortunate man who lost his life was a brother of Peter Hawkinson, who resides a few miles south of this city. They are both men of family, the two brothers having married sisters.

Twenty-Five Years Ago

Items of Interest Happening Twenty-Five Years Ago, as Recorded By the Globe.

Mr. Geo. Traverse, of Rushmore, has leased the McManus House. Mr. McManus & Son, in retiring, will be pleasantly remembered by travelers and others who have, in years past, found entertainment under their hospitable roof. Father and son will now devote their whole attention to the butchering business.

Mr. John McCord, of Heron Lake, spent Saturday in Worthington.

Sunday last, Dr. Kenyon was called to Heron Lake to consult with Dr. Kellam.

Elder Lathrop, accompanied by his son, is expected home Friday from Hamline College.

Mrs. C.W. Smith and Mrs. Babcock returned last Wednesday from their visit with friends in Pipestone.

Messrs. D.D. McCullum, Albert McCullum and D.L. McCausland, of Sibley, visited in Worthington Tuesday.

Miss Gertrude Noben left on Tuesday morning for Farmington, Minn., where she will visit with friends. From there, she will go to Dakota.

Intelligence was received by telegraph yesterday, of the serious illness, in Minneapolis, of Mr. John R. Chute, and in response thereto, Dr. Crigler went there this morning to attend him.

Rev. Hartzell and wife, Mrs. Silver, Mr. Geo. F. Day and wife and Rev. Thos. F. Day spent Monday at Spirit Lake, Iowa. The day was delightful and all had an agreeable time.

Thursday, June 13, 1912

FORMER RESIDENT DROWNED
Nels Hawkinson Resided for a Number of Years Near Worthington.

"Nels Hawkinson, a resident of East Mellen, and an employee of the tannery for a number of years, met an unfortunate and mysterious death Sunday night by drowning in Bad river near the bridge on River street. While he must have fallen in the river some time Sunday evening, his body was not discovered until Wednesday forenoon, after the Mellen Water & Light Co. closed their dam, which lowered the water in the river to such an extent that the searchers were able to locate the body.

"Mr. Hawkinson was last seen alive about 9 o'clock Sunday night by C.W. Macomber, Ed, Henderson and Henry Albright. The gentlemen had been fishing and had the tannery team with them, and after putting the team up met Mr. Hawkinson on River street, and he told them he would go and feed the team before he went home. Mr. Hawkinson was the tannery teamster and always insisted on taking care of the team himself.

"It was very stormy Sunday night and rained hard, but how he happened to fall in the river and drown will never be known. His body was found near the little building on the bank once used for a blacksmith shop by the leather company. A large number of men worked hard to locate the body, but their efforts were not successful until Wednesday morning, when Con Clemens and John Henry found the remains. His cap had been found in that vicinity Monday morning.

"The deceased had been in the employ of the leather company upwards of fifteen years during which time he has made his residence in this city. He leaves a wife and five children. He was a member of the Modern Woodman and carried $1,000 insurance.

The funeral was held yesterday afternoon and was largely attended. --Mellen, (Wis.) Weekly.

Mr. Hawkinson was well known by a number of the older residents of this community, having resided on a farm four miles south of this city for a number of years. He left here about eighteen years ago and moved to Wisconsin, where he has since resided until the day of his untimely death. He is a brother of Peter Hawkinson, who lives about three miles south of this city, on the banks of Lake Ocheydan.

LOCAL NEWS ITEMS

Frank Coughrah returned to his home in this city Friday, after a visit of several days with relatives and friends in Sioux Falls.

Mrs. A.F. Leaf left during the past week for Kiron, Ia., where she will remain for a few days visiting at the home of her parents.

Mrs. M. McNerney, accompanied by her daughter, Miss Rozette, returned to their home in Sibley, Friday, after a brief visit at the home of Mrs. Fred Smith.

Miss Lula Wagner and Miss Lucille Sampson, of Luverne, arrived Thursday for an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Sampson, of the Hotel Thompson. Miss Lucille Sampson will make her home in this city for the present at least.

Miss Bertha Ohldorl, after a short visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. Marr, left for Bigelow Saturday. After a brief visit with relatives in that village, Miss Ohldorl will return to her home in Ocheyedan.

Miss Grace Smith left for Windom Tuesday, for a short visit with relatives and friends in that village.

Miss Marie Jennerjohn left for her home in Oshkosh, Wis., Monday. She will spend her summer vacation there.

Miss Hettie Galvin arrived from Luverne, Tuesday, for a visit of a week at the home of her sister, Mrs. John McCord.

Mrs. Harry Bartling a little son arrived from Luverne Saturday for a short visit at the home of Mrs. C.M. Bartling.

Mrs. A.J. Wilson returned to her home in this city Saturday, after a month's visit with relatives and friends in Luverne.

Mrs. Eliza Cook returned to her home in Fulda, Monday, after a brief visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A.H. Bedient.

Mrs. A.G. Boehm spent Saturday in Sioux City. She left for that place on an afternoon train and returned during the evening.

Miss Bernice Weld returned to her home in Windom, Sunday, after a visit of about a month with her cousin, Miss Lillian Erickson.

Mrs. S.S. Calvin returned to her home in Luverne, Thursday, after a visit of a few days at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John McCord.

Misses Hazel Maggs and Julia Ullon returned to their homes in Alton, Iowa, Tuesday, after a visit of several days at the home of Mrs. Geo. Brammer.

Mrs. F.L. Lane and little daughter arrived from Bigelow Saturday morning. Mrs. Lane spent the day in this city, having charge of the members of the farmer boys camp during that time.

Mr. and Mrs. H.S. Sutherland, accompanied by her children, arrived from their home in Luverne, Saturday, for an over-Sunday visit at the home of the latter's sister, Mrs. John McCord.

Miss Eva Parish, who had been employed as teacher in the Worthington high school during the past season, left for Rushmore Saturday. She will spend part of her vacation at that place.

Miss Lizzie Ryan left for Melvin, Ia., during the past week to complete her school term there. Miss Ryan was engaged as school teacher at Malvin, when the death of her mother, Mrs. Margaret Ryan, occurred at Haswell, Col., about two weeks ago. She secured a two weeks' leave of absence to attend the funeral.

HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE

Living within a distance of one mile of North Redwood, and in a humble hut that is surrounded on all sides by thick timber for a period of 27 years without having left the premises, is the unusual record of Mrs. Peter Yantz, a pioneer settler who is fully 80 years of age.

Mrs. Yantz has never seen an automobile, electric light, telephone, or has she ever seen a moving picture show or heard a phonograph. She lives in complete ignorance of all the wonderful developments that have taken place during the past half century, and is as innocent of what the world is doing as a new-born babe. She neither remembers the date of her birth nor that of her wedding, but in accordance with the information gleaned from neighboring farmers this remarkable woman is fully 80 years of age, and has been wedded for at least 60 years.

Mrs. Yantz came to Redwood Co. in the early seventies in an immigrant wagon with her husband, who served three years in the Twenty-Second Wisconsin Regt. during the Civil War. He was captured at Springhill, Tenn., on March 4, 1863, and held as a prisoner by the Confederate forces for nearly three months. He nearly died from starvation and exposure. The old people live in perfect harmony in their hut that is surrounded by forest and thicket. Mr. Yantz spends all his time to fishing and maintains his home on the pension he receives from the United State government.

Both the old settlers have used tobacco for a great number of years and Mrs. Yantz especially thoroughly enjoys her well seasoned clay pipe. --Redwood Falls Sun.

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Benjamin Taylor Kitterman, another pioneer and honored citizen of Rock county, passed away at the Luverne hospital Wednesday morning, at the age of 74 years, death resulting from Bright's disease, for which he recently underwent an operation.

Mr. Kitterman was born at Delonga, Iowa, August 14, 1848, and on December 27, 1870, he was married to Katherine Weer. He came to Rock county, where he settled on a homestead in Kanaranzi township, in 1872. He has since that time made Rock county his home and last fall retired from active life and moved to Luverne. Hew is survived by his wife, his aged parents and eight children. --Ex.

LOCAL NEWS ITEMS

Mrs. George Sellers, who has been seriously ill during the past week, is somewhat improved at present.

Miss Lelia Smith left for Mankato, Monday. She will attend the summer school in that city during vacation months.

Lester Erickson left for Adrian, Tuesday, for a visit of a week, at the home of his grandparents, who reside at that place.

Mrs. Nellie White, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Louise Voss, left for Sioux Falls Monday, for a brief visit with friends in that city.

Frank Johnson spent several days during the past week as the guest of Carl Anderson and family. He returned to his home in Elgin, Ia., Monday.

Silas Stenton and daughter, Miss Vetah Stenton, arrived from LeMars, Ia., Wednesday, for a visit of several days at the home of Ray Bristow.

Wesley Rippberger and Walter Anton, both Worthington boys, have recently taken up claims about 75 miles northwest of Battleford, Can. They like the place fine.

Mrs. Frank Day, accompanied by her niece, Hazel, visited at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. A. Earl, during the past week. They returned to their home in Sioux Falls, Monday.

Amelia Masgai, accompanied by her little brothers and sisters, John Jr., Belhildes, Eleanor and Mary, left for Adrian, Monday afternoon, for a visit of a week or so at the homes of their uncles and aunts in that village.

Miss Anna Johnson and Miss Adaline Sahlbom left for Bellingham, Wash., Wednesday. Miss Sahlbom will make her home in Washington, but Miss Johnson is undecided as to the length of time she will remain in that state.

Mrs. Harvey Sampson spent a few days during the past week visiting with her parents in Sioux Falls. She returned home Monday.

Mrs. M. Thurston was a guest at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Geo. Sowles, during the past week. She left this city Monday for Beaver Creek, where she spent a few days after which she returned to her home in Estherville, Iowa.

Mrs. August Strom returned Monday night from an eight-months visit to her native home in Sweden. Mrs. Strom thoroughly enjoyed the ocean passage and visit with old friends and relatives, yet was glad to be home again with her husband and family.

Miss Cora Dow left for Pullman, Wash., Monday night. Miss Dow was employed as teacher at that place last summer and returned this year to accept the same position.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lawrence will move in a few days from their city residence to their place of summer outing in the Chautauqua park. During the summer months they will occupy tents on the shore of Lake Okabena. James Mott and family will spend the summer in a tent adjoining that of Mr. Lawrence.

Thursday, June 20, 1912

MARRIAGE OF FORMER CITIZEN
Daughter of Doctor J.R. Conway Married in Detroit, Minn., June 12.

A Detroit daily contains the following account of the marriage of a former Worthington young lady:

"The marriage of Miss Ethelwin Conway to Dr. Randall Harrison, of Grand Rapids, Minn., took place at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. J.R. Conway, at 8:30 last evening, Rev. F.H. Oehler officiating. The bride was attended by Miss Frances Comstock, of Fargo, and Chas. Harrison, of St. Cloud, was groomsman. The bride is a daughter of the late Dr. J.R. Conway, formerly on the staff of Governors Johnson and Eberhart, and has been a teacher in the Detroit schools three years, the last two as principal of the high school"

Miss Conway is the daughter of Dr. J.R. Conway, formerly of this city. Dr. Conway left this city about six or seven years ago, locating in Sioux Falls. Later he moved with his family to Marshall, Minn. During their stay in this city, Miss Conway made a host of friends and was one of the most popular young ladies here. The Globe joins her many friends in wishing the young married couple a happy future.

DEATH OF FORMER RESIDENT
Left Here in 1892, After Residing In Worthington for Fifteen Years.

The Daily Telegram, of Eau Claire, Wis., contains the following account of the death of a former Nobles county resident:

"Mrs. L.S. Rowland died Sunday at 8:45 p.m., at her home, 1217 S. Farewll street. The funeral will be held Thursday afternoon.

"The deceased was 69 years old, having been born at Howard, Stuben county, N.Y., Oct. 21, 1843. She was married at Wellsville, Sept. 24, 1876, and she and her husband came directly to Eau Claire.

"From 1877 to 1892 they lived in Nobles county, Minn., returning to Eau Claire in 1892.

"She is survived by two daughters Mrs. C.B. Ford, of Durand, Wis., and Miss Grace V. Rowland, of this city, and a son, Bennett A. Rowland, of Pittsfield, Ill., two sisters, Mrs. Emma Anderson of Eau Claire, and Mrs. E.D. Goodrich, of Chicago, and a brother, S.F. Alexander, of Hazel Hurst, Pa."

MARRIED AT MINNEAPOLIS
A Nobles County Young Man Finds Bride in Mill City.

F.A. Spafford, who resides about eleven miles east of this city, was married last evening at eight o'clock in Minneapolis, to Miss Nellie Joy, of that city. The wedding was held at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. Spafford is the son of J.A. Spafford, who resides on a farm about eleven miles east of this city. He has resided there all his life, and has therefore many friends and acquaintances in that vicinity.

Following the ceremony, the happy couple left for an extended wedding trip, after which they will return to this city, to make their residence at the home of the groom's parents.

LOCAL NEWS ITEMS

O.J. Stitzel made a business trip to various points in the northern part of the state, Monday.

Mrs. Arthur Thompson, accompanied by Mrs. George Thompson, spent Saturday in this city, shopping.

Mrs. A.H. Boehm returned to her home in this city, Saturday, after a week's visit with friends in St. Paul.

M.E. Lawton returned from LeMars, Ia., Monday, after a few days at that place, attending to business matters.

Mrs. John McCord left for Sibley, Wednesday, for a week's visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. A.J. Olson.

G.M. McMurtry has been making some very extensive improvements on his city residence during the past week.

Miss Estella Carlson arrived from Cherokee, Ia., Monday, after an over-Sunday visit at the home of her parents.

A.P. Van Dam, of Okabena, returned Monday from a visit of a few days with friends and relatives at Spencer, Iowa.

Louis Moeller returned Sunday night from Davenport, Iowa, where he had visited for several days at the home of his uncle.

Mrs. M.J. Christenson left Monday afternoon for Streator, Illinois, to attend her mother, who is seriously ill at that place.

Miss Hattie Galvin returned to her home in Luverne, Monday, after a visit of a feds at the home of her sister, Mrs. John McCord.

Miss Annabel Ruprecht spent Saturday in this city visiting and calling upon friends. She returned to her home in Bigelow on No. 5.

Miss Augusta Sterling left for Minneapolis Saturday morning. She will attend the Minnesota State University during the summer months.

Miss Bessie Mahon returned to her home in Henton, Ia., Monday, after a visit of a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ronan.

Mrs. B. Nelson returned to her home in this city Monday, after a visit of several days at the home of her sister, Mrs. Zierath, in Akron, Iowa.

Miss Anna Olson, who resides eight miles north of this city, left for Minneapolis, Monday, to enter the Norwegian hospital in that city.

Carl Kgal left for Brewster, Saturday morning to spend the day there attending to business matters. He returned home the same afternoon.

Miss Stella Gray visited for several hours between trains with old friends in this city, Saturday. Miss Gray was enroute from Sioux Falls to Minneapolis.

Miss Jeanette Sietsema and Mrs. Arthur Thom, both of Rushmore, visited Saturday at the home of Mrs. A. Sietsema. They returned home Saturday afternoon.

Arnold Moeller left Monday for Harris, Ia., where he will remain throughout the summer months, having secured employment with his brother, G.W. Moeller.

J.F. French, of the hardware store of French & Co., of this city, arrived in Worthington from his home in Windom, Saturday, for a brief visit at the home of his son, W.S. French.

Miss Rose Sather left for Albert Lea, Saturday morning, for a brief visit with friends at that place. From there Miss Sather went to LeSueur Center, where she will visit with relatives and friends for a short time.

Mrs. E. Moore left for St. Paul Friday afternoon, after a brief visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ager.

Mrs. Fred Bloxham left for her home in Sheldon, Monday, after a short visit at the home of Mrs. T.H. Bloxham.

Mrs. W.D. Becker arrived from her home in St. James, Friday afternoon for a brief visit with her husband, at the Hotel Thompson.

Mrs. Nellie Allen left for Sioux Falls, Friday afternoon. During her stay in that city, Mrs. Allen will visit at the home of her sister.

Mrs. George Bell and Mrs. C. Joelles arrived from Luverne, Friday afternoon. While in this city, Mrs. Bell and Mrs. Joelles visited with Mrs. barrows, at the Hotel Thompson.

Twenty-Five Years Ago

Items of Interest Happening Twenty-Five Years Ago, as Recorded By the Globe.

In the absence, last Sunday, of Rev. E.R. Lathrop, the morning services at the Methodist church were conducted by his son, Rev. John Lathrop.

Miss Rena Haislett, of Adrian, was a guest of her friend, Miss Nellie Barber, while in this city last week.

Mr. A. Harwood, of Champaign, Ill., spent several days here last week, as the guest of Mr. George J. Day.

Capt. Miller, manager of the Valentine Blatz Brewing Co., of Minneapolis, was in the city yesterday, on business.

Mr. and Mrs. A. Simpson and Mr. and Mrs. G.C. McCready, of Slayton, spent Friday in Worthington.

Mrs. A.R. Mann and two sisters, of Windom, visited relatives and attended the Encampment here last week.

LOCAL NEWS ITEMS

J.C. Stark, one of the proprietors of the Worthington Granite Works, spent part of Sunday in Luverne.

Mrs. H. Ivers left for Louisville, Minn., Tuesday morning, for a visit of a few days with her sister, who resides there.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Harth left Saturday afternoon for Sheldon, Ia., for a visit of a few days with friends in that village.

Miss Clara Cunningham, after several days' visit with various friends in this city, left for her home in Brewster, Tuesday.

Miss Minnie Shattuck returned to her home in this city, Monday, after an over-Sunday visit with friends and relatives in Ransom.

Miss E.A. Peyton arrived in this city from Bigelow, Tuesday. She spent several hours here and returned home during the afternoon.

Mrs. D.D. O'Connor, from Texas, arrived during the past week, for a brief visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hogan.

W.L. Carleton returned to his home in Minneapolis, Friday morning, after a brief visit at the home of his sister, Mrs. T.R. Bloxham.

John Heidercheid spent Tuesday in this city shopping and attending to business matters. He returned to his home in Adrian during the afternoon.

Mrs. J.B. See left for her home in Primghar, Ia., Tuesday afternoon, after a visit of a few days at the homes of her two brothers, J.H. and E.E. Ober.

Lawrence and Bernice Abbott leftg for Luverne Tuesday afternoon. The little people will visit their grandparents in that village for about two weeks before returning home.

Mrs. Carl Anderson visited during the past week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Sam Swanson, and other Worthington friends. She returned to her home at St. James, Tuesday.

Charles E. McGovern, of Falls River Co., S. Dak., and Miss Lillian Carey, of Clear Lake, Iowa, were quietly married in this city Monday. Hon. C.M. Cory, Judge of Probate, performed the ceremony.

Clarence Stephens arrived Tuesday from Currie, Minn., for a brief visit at the home of his mother, Mrs. D.W. Marsh.

Mrs. James Wortz left for her former home in Lake Crystal, Wednesday morning, for a short visit with friends at that place.

Mrs. M. Marple left for her home in Minneapolis, Wednesday morning, after a visit of about two weeks at the home of her sister, Mrs. William DeVaney.

Nick Neyens and brother John, spent Tuesday in this city transacting business and taking in the amusements of the day. They returned to their homes in Ellsworth in the evening.

The pool hall of Andrew Dillman was sold recently to A.F. Depew and T.B. Champlin, of Clarion, Iowa. Mr. Depew took possession at once, and Mr. Champlin will arrive in this city soon.

Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Sharp and child arrived Sunday from Sunnyside, Wash., for a visit of about a month at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. J.C. Boddy.

Dr. C.P. Dolan reports the following births during the past ten days: Mrs. Art Little, a boy; Mrs. Chas. McLaughlin, a boy; Mrs. Mack Vogt, a boy; Mrs. Mack Vogt, a boy; Mrs. Gust Gustafson, a girl; and Mrs. Ray Irwin, a boy.

Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Davis and son, Robert, accompanied by Mrs. Gehrke and children, left for Minneapolis, Wednesday morning, to attend the wedding of F.A. Spafford, who was married in that city Wednesday evening.

Mrs. W.H. Prideaux, of Adrian, Mrs. J.S. Gould and daughter, Pearl of Grand Rapids, and Miss Fern Hanson, of Adrian, were guests at the home of Mrs. J.H. James during the past week. After taking in the ball game, Tuesday, they returned to their respective homes.

Clerk of the Court, P.J. Martin, issued license to wed during the past week to the following parties: Edward Reynolds, of Rock Co. to Miss Elsie Miller, of Nobles Co.; John Hiederchied to Miss Mary Reisdorfess, both of Nobles Co.; Hugh H. Nixon, of Marshall Co. to Miss Margarette M. Barron, of Nobles Co., and Chas. E. McGovern, of Fall River, S.D., to Miss Lillian Carey, of Clear Lake, Iowa.

Mrs. H.H. Georgius left Wednesday morning for Springfield, to attend the wedding of her brother. She will possibly remain there for several weeks.

Thursday, June 27, 1912

LOCAL NEWS ITEMS

Mrs. D.H. Marsh left Monday morning for Currie, Minn., to visit for a few days with her daughter, Mrs. F.M. Pratt.

Mrs. P.J. Silver left Saturday morning for her home in Brewster, after visiting for a short time with her mother, Mrs. Emma Ferguson, of this city.

Jno. Hyland, who is employed on the Great Northern railway, as passenger conductor, arrived here the latter part of last week, for a visit at the home of his mother in this city.

Mr. and Mrs. W. Ager left for the Twin City Tuesday, where they will visit for a short time, prior to their departure for Oregon where they expect to make their future home. Other members of the family preceded them to the land of fruits and flowers.

Born -- To Mr. and Mrs. William Randolph, Sunday, June 22, 1912, a girl.

Born -- To Mr. and Mrs. John A. Blixt, Monday, June 23rd, 1912, a daughter.

Mrs. C.W. White left Monday afternoon for Bigelow, to visit for a week with her parents.

Mrs. J.M. Wortz left Saturday afternoon for Grand Island, Neb., for an extended visit with her mother, Mrs. F.S. Winn.

Miss Anna Nestegard left Friday morning for her home in Jackson, after visiting for a few days with her uncle, Nels Larson.

W.E. Oliver and Otis Bigelow left Monday afternoon on a fishing trip of two or three days to numerous lakes in the northern part of the state.

Mrs. J.S. Gole and daughter, Pearl, left Monday afternoon for their home in Grand Rapids, after visiting for a week with Mr. and Mrs. J.H. James.

Mrs. E.E. Berkley returned Monday afternoon to her home at Blue Earth, after visiting for about two weeks with her sister, Mrs. M.P. Mann, of this city.

Mrs. August Anderson, of Maryland, Wis., arrived Friday afternoon for a visit of a couple of weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Ed. Clauson.

HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE

Mrs. Margaret Andrew Parker passed away at her home in this city Saturday, June 15, at the age of 75 years and 12 days. She was born at Cathness Shire, Scotland, and came to this country when but 7 years of age, and on Oct. 7, 1860, she was married to Charles L. Parker. During her many years of residence in this city she has won the love and respect of all who knew her and because of her many lovable traits and sweet and charitable disposition, will long be remembered. She is survived by one son and four daughters, all of whom were here for the funeral. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at 10:30, Rev. T.B. Ashton, of the Baptist church, of which Mrs. Parker was a devoted member, officiating, and interment was made in Maplewood cemetery. --Luverne Journal.

Thursday of last week, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Lais, the newly married couple, gave their friends a superb evening party at their home in Wilmont township. Those who attended say they had a glorious time courting and dancing. The new Mrs. Lais served them with an elaborate supper that fortified the young life enjoyers against fatigue and melancholy. The Kemper orchestra furnished the music. Well, Marcus and Martha, the Rambler gladly wishes you a long and prosperous married life, and all your relatives and friends certainly join him in congratulating you on your June wedding. --Adrian Democrat.

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On Wednesday morning, at Luverne, occurred the marriage of Miss Ica M. Tunstall to Mr. Leo M. Molitor. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. George W. Tunstall, of Luverne, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Molitor, of this place. Mr. and Mrs. M. Molitor and son, Pete, attended the wedding. --Adrian Democrat.

John Garvey Dead. --William Garvey received the sad news this week of the death of his father, which occurred at Tacoma, Wash., Sunday morning. The funeral took place Tuesday morning. He was in his 81st year. John Garvey was well known in Adrian, especially to the old-timers, having been extensively interested in real estate in Nobles county in pioneer day. --Adrian Democrat.

LOCAL NEWS ITEMS

Mrs. James Wortz left Saturday for Grand Island, Neb., where she will visit her mother for a week or two.

Mrs. P.K. McMurtry, of Londe, S.D., arrived Saturday, to visit at the home of G.B. McMurtry for a short time.

Miss Bessie Ruhberg arrived Saturday from her home in Storden, Minn., for a week's visit with her sister, Miss Metta.

Mrs. George Fauleander, of Spencer, Iowa, arrived Friday afternoon, for an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Liden.

Arthur Calvert, of Slayton, left Friday afternoon for his home, after a visit of several weeks with his aunt, Mrs. Oscar Howard.

Aaron Thompson left Saturday for Ransom, Ill., to visit for several weeks with his parents. Mrs. Thompson has also been visiting there and they will return home together.

Lynn Lawton returned to his home in this city, Friday, after attending the Minneapolis Central high school for the past year. He intends to remain here through the summer months.

Miss Maude Ager left Sunday night for St. Paul, where she will spend a couple of days with friends, after which she will continue her journey to Oregon, where her parents expect to reside permanently.

Mr. and Mrs. J.A. McKenzie, of Scotsburn, Nova Scotia, passed thru here on Tuesday of last week, enroute to Rushmore, Minn., where they will visit for about two weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. McKenzie's uncle, Walter Barron.

Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Helmick and son, Lloyd, left Tuesday afternoon for Sioux Falls, S.D., to witness the wedding of their friend, Miss Mabel Noggle to Mr. Missley, of that city. The wedding took place Wednesday at twelve o'clock, noon.

Mrs. G.O. Bigelow left Tuesday morning for Jackson, to attend the G.A.R. Encampment.

Miss Florence Maher left Tuesday morning for Fulda and Kinbrae, for a short visit with her aunt, Mrs. J. Hart.

Miss Emma Ferguson returned to her home in this city, after visiting for a week with her sister, Mrs. P.J. Silver, at Brewster.

Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Ager left Tuesday afternoon for Talent, Ore., where they will make their future home. They intend to stop at different points on the road for a short time, to visit with relatives and friends.

W.C. Renshaw returned to his home Tuesday afternoon, after visiting with relatives at Uniontown, Pa. Mr. Renshaw had not seen his home town or relatives living there since he was fifteen years old and was very glad of a chance to make the visit.

Gerald Dickens left for St. James last Tuesday, for a visit at the home of his aunt, Mrs. F.E. Hintgen.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Jameson returned to their home in Algona, Ia., Wednesday, after a visit of a week at the home of Paul Jameson.

H. Leistico left for Heron Lake, Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Leistico will remain there for some time, having secured employment at that place.

Mrs. E. Donovan and sister-in-law, Miss Donovan, also Miss Long all of Estherville, Ia., are guests at the home of M.J. Barber this week.

C.M. Turner and family arrived from Lakefield, Minn., Tuesday, and are at present occupying their home on the corner of Lake street and 7th avenue.

Clerk of the Court, P.J. Martin, issued the following licenses to wed during the past week: On Friday, June 21st, Louis Hagberg to Miss Mary Peterson, and Monday, June 24th, Samuel Casper to Miss Henrietta Meier. All the contracting parties are residents of Nobles county.

Frank Cramer arrived from his present home in Barbado, Wis., this week. While in this city he will visit his uncle, H.A. Cramer.

Mr. and Mrs. O.A. Fauskee left this morning for Prairie DuChien, Wis., to enter a sanitorium. They expect to remain for a couple of weeks.

Mrs. Jame Humbert and daughter, Gladys, arrived in this city last Wednesday from their home in Webster City, Ia., for a visit with their daughter and sister, Mrs. A.C. Dickens.

Mrs. Carl Anderson, a former resident of this city, is a guest at the home of F.G. Dean, today. Mrs. Anderson was enroute from Rochester where she had visited her daughter, to her home in Iowa, when she stopped over in this city.

M.P. Mann sold the Ray Bristow quarter section to Herbert Freezemann, of Sibley, Ia., this week and the Henry Williams 80 acres to Kund Schmidt, of the same place.

Word was received last night that a daughter had been born to Mrs. Frank Duster, at Remsen, Ia. Mrs. P. O'Connor, mother of Mrs. Duster, left this afternoon for that place to be with her daughter during her illness.

POPULAR COUPLE WEDDED.

At the home of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. Barron, at eight o'clock on Wednesday evening, June 19th, 1912, occurred the marriage of Miss Margaret Barron to Hugh H. Nixon, of Wells, Minn. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J.E. Rankin, a brother-in-law of the bride, in the presence of relatives and a number of invited guests. Evelyn Ehrisman and Voris Rankin acted as flower girls and Janet Rankin was ring bearer. After the wedding ceremony supper was served.

The bride is an accomplished young lady, who is held in high esteem by all in the community in which she has resided since her childhood days. The groom was principal of the Rushmore schools a year ago, and is a young man of sterling character. He was principal of the schools at Argyle last year and has been engaged there for another term.

The out-of-town relatives present at the wedding were: Miss Robina Theobald, of Manilla, Ia., cousin to the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. J.A. McKenzie, of Scotsburn, Nova Scotia. Mrs. McKenzie is the bride's cousin.

Mr. and Mrs. Nixon left Wednesday night of last week on their wedding trip to Dupree, S.D., where they will visit with the J.N. Barron family. After their return they will make their residence at Argyle, and will be at home to their friends after September 1st, 1912.

Congratulations and best wishes for a happy and prosperous future goes with the young couple from their many friends in this vicinity.

 

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Source:
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