Source: "The Worthington Globe" Worthington, Nobles County, Minnesota. Volume L. Thursday, June 19, 1924. Page 1.

bullet*Miss Ann JOHNSON is Bride. United in Marriage June 11 to Mr. Carrol EGGLESTON. On last Wednesday afternoon, June 11th., at 5 o'clock, at the Congregational parsonage, occurred the marriage of Miss Ann JOHNSON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.A. JOHNSON to Mr. Carrol EGGLESTON. They were assisted by Mrs. Ted MALMROSE and Mr. Lee EGGLESTON, a brother and sister of the groom. The bride wore a becoming gown of blue taffeta. Mr. and Mrs. EGGLESTON returned to this city, and will make their future home here. The bride is a well known Worthington girl and was recently emplayed (sic) at the Depot Lunch room. Mr. EGGLESTON is employed as freight checker at the Omaha station. He is the youngest son of Mr. Frank EGGLESTON.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. C.B. JONES and son Ted of Ames, Iowa, Mrs. R.L. PATTY and children, Buster and Gertrude of Brookings, S.D., motored to this city Saturday from Ames and spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.. H.W. JONES> They departed again Monday morning for Brookings.
bullet*Mae ALBINSON Is Wounded by Cupid.  Pretty Home Ceremony Unites Local Girl with Omer Savage SMITH of Rockford, Ill.  Before the fireplace banked with palms, ferns and baskets of white peonies and cathedral candles, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Alfred ALBINSON of this city, marriage vows were exchanged Wednesday by their daughter, Mae and Mr. Omer Savage SMITH, son of Mr. and Mrs. C.G. SMITH of Rockford, Illinois. The Rev. J.H. FRAREY, pastor of the Westminster Presbyterian church read the service at high noon, in the presence of only the immediate relatives. Preceding the ceremony Mrs. Dwight LUDLOW sang, "At Dawning". The bride descended the stairs to the strains of Lohengrin's Wedding March, played by Mrs. Margaret HOFFMAN, and she was met at the foot of the stairway by Mr. SMITH. The bride wore a simple gown of white crepe vinette and carried a shower bouquet of butterfly roses and swansonia. After congratulations a wedding luncheon was served. The bridal dinner was served on Tuesday evening at seven o'clock. The house was tastefully decorated with smilax, ferns and peonies. The bride and groom departed immediately on a motor trip to the east.  The out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. C.G. SMITH, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest SMITH and daughter Francis, Mr. and Mrs. Guy SMITH and daughter Jane, Miss Helen ROBERTSON, all of Rockford, Illinois; Mrs. S.M. NELSON and two children and Mrs. A.M. DALINE of Minneapolis.  The bride graduated from Worthington high school in the class of 1918 and attended the University of Minnesota and Rockford College, from which she was graduated in 1923. For the past year she taught in the high school at Auburn, Ill. She is a refined and talented young lady, and has many friends in Worthington.  The groom graduated from Rockford high school and attended Cornell College. He is a successful young business man, now being engaged in the refining and selling of oil. Mr. and Mrs. SMITH will make their home in Rockford.
bullet*Miss Agnes CLIPPINGER, who has been teaching at Sioux Falls the past term, spent a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.H. BUCHAN. She departed Tuesday afternoon for Washington, D.C., where she will enter the government service.
bullet*State Weed Inspector Here. C.P. BULL to Hold Conference In Court Room Saturday Afternoon. C.P. BULL state weed inspector, will hold a special conference for Nobles county in the court room, court house at Worthington on Saturday afternoon June 21 at 2 o'clock. Mr. BULL has extended an invitatiion (sic) to all farmers in the county who wish to secure information as to means and methods of enforcing the present weed law to attend this meeting. A special invitation has been sent out by Mr. BULL to all township chairmen, who, under the present law act as weed inspectors for their respective township.  All farmers interested in the enforcement of the weed law should plan to attend this meeting.
bullet*Vivian ARMSTRONG Weds Wednesday.  Becomes June Bride of Mr. Milton LARSON, a Young Farmer of Indian Lake.  Wednesday morning, June 18th, at the home of the bride's parents, Miss  Vivian ARMSTRONG was united in marriage to Mr. Milton LARSON of Indian Lake  Township. Rev. J.H. FRAREY, pastor of the Westminster Presbyterian churchtied the nuptial knot. Only immediate relatives of the ride and groom werepresent at the ceremony.Miss Irene LARSON, sister of the groom, played Mendelssholms (sic)  Wedding March as the bridal couple came in. Miss Ruth ARMSTRONG, sister of the bride was bridesmaid and a brother of the groom, Leslie LARSON, was the best man. The bride wore an attractive gown in cocoa brown georgette over silk taffeta, and carried a bridal bouquet of roses. Following the ceremony a delicious wedding breakfast was served by the bride's mother. Mr. and Mrs. LARSON left soon after on a wedding trip by car, which will include Minneapolis and Duluth. The bride is a well known Worthington girl, the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S.B. ARMSTRONG, and has resided in and near Worthington all of her life. She is an accomplished young lady, and graduated from the Worthington high school in the class of 1920, being its valedictorian. She taught for two years in Indian Lake township, and then attended Mankato normal school, completing her studies there in March. Since then she has been teaching in the schools at Sioux City, Iowa.  The groom is a well known Indian Lake young man, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. G. LARSON of that township. He is an enterprising and popular young farmer, and is making good in his chosen line. Mr. and Mrs. LARSON will be at home after July fifteenth to their many friends, on their farm south of Worthington.
bullet*Nobles County Fire Loss.  Figures Considerably Under Those of Preceding Year. According to the annual report of Hon. B.L. KINGSLEY, State Fire Marshall, the fire loss of 1923 in Nobles county was considerably under that of the previous year. The showing is most gratifying and according to Mr. KINGSLEY is due in large measure to the intensive campaign of fire prevention education inaugurated by the state department and to which local and county fire prevention officials have given every possible aid. As a result of this campaign of education many fire hazards have been removed and a better resisting construction brought about. The fire loss for the county in 1923 was $6,460. In 1922 it amounted to $69,137.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. Carl STAHLKE are the parents of a baby born June 15th.
bullet*Mrs. James MOTT and two children and her mother, Mrs. F.R. COUGHRAN returned home Friday from their extended trip to California. They traveled up the western coast from Balboa, California, and spent some time at Oregon and returned via the Canadian route.
bullet*Local Shooters Rank High.  FRINK and FAUSKEE Smash Many Birds in State Tournament. Dave FAUSKEE and Jack FRINK, Worthington's crack marksmen at the traps, accredited themselves with credit at the state shoot held at Breezy Point Lodge last week, each coming home with some nice laurels. Both men shot this year under considerable of a handicap, FRINK nursing a bad boil and FAUSKEE tired early in the game as he has been behind the traps but little this year. FAUSKEE had the honor of being chosen as the state delegate to the Great Lakes Zone hoot at Indianapolis in July. The second day of the state shoot he tied for high man with the famous Mark ARIE, shattering 148 out of 150. In doing this he won the Class A classification championship.  The first day he broke 144 - 150, but in the latter part of the tourney was not at his best. Just before the opening of the state shoot he was high among the many at Brainard in the one day contest, cracking 198 out of 200.  FRINK was high man in the 22 yard handicap event. He and KELLAM tied on thefirst 100 birds, with 92 each, but on the shoot-off at 25 pigeons FRINKdropped 22 and KELLAM 20. Jack was second in the championship race with 92out of 100 and on another day ranked high with 97 - 100.
bullet*Not Open Wednesday Nights.  Commercial Club Decides Against Opening Another Evening. One of the peppiest and most enthusiastic Commercial Club meetings for several years was held at the Fire Hall on Monday evening. At this time the question came up as to whether or not the stores should remain open on Wednesday evenings. The merchants almost to a man were against remaining open on Wednesday nights, it being the concensus  of opinion that every time this was done it would be at a loss, as has been proven by previous experiences. On the other hand there were other forces as strongly in favor of open stores on Wednesday evenings, but a one sided vote decided the question for once and for all.
bulletDr. J.N. GOULD, president of the Club gave a short report on the reopening of Whiskey Ditch. He stated that the Omaha Railroad has pledged $3,500 and that the city of Worthington $2,500, and that the guarantee for $2,500 by the Commercial Club will be but temporary. The deed has been signed by some of the interested parties, and has been sent away for the last signature. As soon as the deed is received work will begin at once on the ditch.
bullet*George SMITH was brought before Municipal Judge MCMURTRY on Monday, charged with violation of the city ordinance against taking sand from the shores of Lake Okabena. He was found guilty and paid a fine of $5.00 and costs of $2.00.
bullet*Have District Convention.  Equitable Life Insurance Men Congregate in Worthington Friday. A rousing convention of the Equitable Life Insurance Company of New York agents was held in Worthington, June 10, there being a good representation from each of the twelve counties in the district. A get-to-gether meeting was held first at the office of the local agent, J.J. KIES, and at two o'clock all assembled in the Commercial Club Room in the Fire Hall. A.V.  OTT, district manager, from Marshall, presided at this session and the banquet in the evening. J.J. KIES extended a hearty welcome to visitors and James MCGINN, also of this city, spoke on the spirit of co-operation. A.T.  ANDERSON of Windom, C.E. ERICKSON of Jackson, Harry HOEL of Redwood Falls and George HEDDING of St. Paul gave talks on various insurance subjects. At seven o clock a splendid banquet was held at the Hotel Thompson. Following this George HEDDING gave a stirring address on insurance.
bullet*VOORHEES Loses in First District in Fight of Two Ends Against The Middle.  John FURY and J.C. THOMSEN Nominees--William MAHER and Don FRITZ Win in Third and Frank BAKER and J.S. KIES in Fifth--ESCHER and HORSTMAN for Representative. The real battles of local interest were in the three commissioner districts, where the final outcome was not known until the last ballot was counted. In the third and fifth districts the present incumbents were the second choice of the voters, but in the first the fight of the two ends of the commissioner district against the middle dropped John VOORHEES, the present commissioner, from the race. John FURY, the candidate from the north end of the district lead the field with 297 votes, with J.C. THOMSEN, the Round Lake hardware merchant, in second place with 226. VOORHEES lead the three men from the central part of the district, with 131 votes, S. HALVERSON getting 114 and C.J. PAINE 79, making a total of 324 for the center part of the district candidates.  William MAHER lead the field with total votes in the third commissioner district with 261, with Dan FRITZ, for many years on the board, getting 245. Frank BAKER was ahead of J.S. KIES, the present representative on the board from the fifth district. BAKER being given 272 votes and KIES 204. It is predicted that the fight in every instance will be keen at the general election in November, with good men competing in very instance.  Sam C. ESCHER, present representative in the legislature from the  eleventh district, made a strong run, leading the field of three with 1151  to his credit. P.C. HORSTMAN of Round Lake and Lawrence BERGH of Brewster had a hard race for second place on the ticket in November, the former winning out with 884 votes to the latter's 802. 
bulletFollowing is the unofficial returns for Nobles county on the non-party ticket.
bulletWithout Party Designation
bulletChief Justice Supreme Court:Harold BAKER, 353 -- W.L. COMSTOCK, 292 -- Horace D. DICKINSON, 255 -- Hugo O. HANFT, 167 -- Albert JOHNSON, 663 -- Ernest LUNDEEN, 337 -- Frederic A. PIKE, 168   Samuel B. WILSON, 552. 
bulletAssociate Justice Supreme Court William A. ANDERSON, 684 -- Thomas FRASER, 544 -- Andrew HOLT, 819 -- Oscar A. NAPLIN, 131 -- John A. ROESER, 290 -- Royal A. STONE, 754 -- William H. VANDERBURGH, 258.
bulletRepresentative in Legislature 11th, District Lawrence BERGH, 802 -- Sam C. ESCHER, 1,151 -- P.C. HORSTMAN, 884. 
bulletCounty Commissioner 1st District John J. FURY, 297 -- S. HALVERSON, 114 -- J.C. THOMSEN, 226 -- C.J. PAINE,. 79 -- John A. VOORHEES, 131.
bulletCounty Commissioner 3rd District Manuel CROSS, 125 -- Dan FRITZ, 245 -- Sm. MAHER, 261 -- J.G. MURPHY, 37 -- Heike RUST, 125.
bulletCounty Commissioner 5th District Frank BAKER, 272 -- W.E. BLOOM, 120 -- Banner BUCKLEY, 133 -- J.S. KIES, 204 -- W.N. SHANKS, 86 -- John VOSS, 40.

Submitted by: Colleen Boose

Source: "Worthington Globe" Worthington, Nobles County, Minnesota. Thursday, June 19, 1924. Pg. 7.


bullet*Mrs. Dan FURY, who has been sick with pneumonia at the Heron Lake hospital, died Thursday morning and was buried here Saturday. Services were held at the Catholic church, Father JOSTOCK of Heron Lake officiating. The funeral was very large. Mrs. FURY's passing away was very sad. She leaves a husband and four little children, who have the sympathy of the community. The floral offerings were beautiful. The pallbearers were Herman APPEL, Wm. LEOPOLD, Julius LEOPOLD, J.J. ARENS, J. SCHRIEBER and Clayton MYERS. Interment was made in St. Mary's cemetery.
bullet*Sunshine camp No. 2124 of Dundee Royal Neighbors and their families had a big picnic supper at the R.O. LYONS home. Talcot Lake on Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs. Kate LYONS birthday, she being 72 years old, and for the Oracle Mrs. N.R. LEE who will leave soon on a few months vacation. Plates were laid for about 75 people. Mr. F.D. SONTAG made the tempting birthday cake containing 72 candles. Mrs. LYONS was also presented with a beautiful basket as a gift of remembrance. She received many congratulations wishing her many more happy birthdays after which all left for their homes expressing a fine time.
bullet*Anton EBERT of Heron Lake was a visitor here Sunday.
bullet*Mrs. Nick BECKER was a Heron Lake passenger Wednesday.
bullet*Chas. and Joe SCHMITZ were business callers at Dovray Saturday.
bullet*John SCHMITZ Jr. of Dovary visited here with his folks Sunday.
bullet*Arthur CHRESTENSON was Heron Lake hospital callers (sic) Wednesday.
bullet*Walter HOLM of Slayton was a caller at the SCEREST (sic) Home Wednesday.
bullet*B.R. BODELSON and A.H. BODELSON transacted business Monday at Windom.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. Ed OLSON of Windom spent Sunday here visiting with relatives.
bullet*Mrs. Frank EFFLE and children visited last week with relatives near Lime Creek.
bullet*J.W. WILKIN and Otto KUHN of Minneapolis were callers here Friday on business.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. Herman STOVER and children were visitors Sunday at the Wm. GAUSE home.
bullet*Mrs. N.R. LEE and daughter Norma left Sunday for St. Paul to visit a week with friends.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. A.H. BODELSON and children were Heron Lake callers Thursday afternoon.
bullet*Mrs. Henry MANNING and son of Waseca arrived Saturday to visit with relatives and friends.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. A. KAYSER and children of Round Lake were visitors at the G.C. KANE home Wednesday.
bullet*Mrs. ACKERSON of Maple Plaine spent a week here visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. B.N. BODELSON.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. Thed. HAWKINS and daughter Patricia of Fulda spent Sunday here visiting with her folks.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. Axel ANDERSON and children are visiting a week with relatives and friends at Cherokee, Ia.
bullet*The Presbyterian Guild was entertained Thursday at the home of Mrs. R.PEDDYCOART. A quilt was died and a lunch served.
bullet*Mrs. B.N. BODELSON and Mrs. ACKERSON accompanied A.E. BODELSON to Herson(sic) Lake Sunday to see his little son Jerald, who is ill.
bullet*Mrs. Henry LYONS' folks of Windom spent Sunday here visiting. They were all guests at dinner at the R.O. LYONS home at Talcot Lake.
bullet*O.H. JOHNSON, R.C. OLSON, Ernest DEUTSCHMAN and N.R. LEE left Sunday for the northern part of the state for a few days of fishing and outing.
bullet*Miss Lorene ATWOOD spent a few days visiting at the Twin Cities. She and Leroy, who attended college there, returned home Tuesday.
bullet*E.H. BEADLE, Miss BEADLE and Mrs. Rose LINDQUIST of Fulda were visitorshere Tuesday. They also attended the R.N.A. picnic supper at Talcot Lake.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. A.E. BODELSON took their little son Jerald to the Heron Lake hospital Friday, where she remained with him. He is very sick with pneumonia.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. S.H. NELSON and son Raymond and daughter Irene and Mrs. O.H. JOHNSON and children were entertained at dinner Sunday at the Emil PETERSON home.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. Chas. PARKER and son Ralph of Fairmont were visitors here Sunday with relatives and friends. They were entertained at dinner at the R.O. LYONS home.
bullet*A miscellaneous shower was given in honor of Mrs. Clifford ENGELBRETSON, formerly Adele DEUTSCHMAN at the home of Mrs. H.A. SCHERLIE Monday afternoon. The afternoon was spent in telling stories after which the bride unpacked the parcels. She received many beautiful gifts. A fine lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. ENGELBRETSON will make their home at Pipestone.


bullet*Mrs. Wm. BROWN called at Wm. HANDY home Saturday.
bullet*George SMITH called at the D. FOLLET home Sunday afternoon.
bullet*Miss Myrtle SMITH visited with Helen and Wilma POST Monday morning.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. John GUNDERMAN and children were Worthington shoppers Wednesday.
bullet*Chris SMITH, Mr. and Mrs. H. BARNES and Esther were Fulda shoppers Saturday.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. George FOLLET of near Reading ate dinner Wednesday at the D.FOLLET home.
bullet*Mrs. George HALL and Mrs. H. WESTRIP of Fulda called at the H. BARNES home Wednesday.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. G. SANDBERG and Mrs. G. NIEBER called at the P. MILLER home Sunday afternoon.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. Harry ANDERSON and family called at the Ralph KRUPKE home Thursday evening.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. Ray DENTON and Miss Ada HANEY called at the Wm. HANDY home Wednesday evening.
bullet*A number of the young folks from Seward motored to Lake Okaboji and spent Sunday sight seeing.
bullet*Miss Alma and Tracy RUESCH and Inez and Irene JONES were Sunday visitors at George SHIRKEYS.
bullet*Mrs. Dan HANEY returned home on Sunday, after having been assisting with work at the Wm. HANDY home.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs.. Harry ANDERSON entertained a number of relatives and friends for dinner and supper Sunday.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. H. ANDERSON and Mrs. C.P. and Chris SMITH and son Carl were Worthington shoppers Saturday.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. C.E. HOLLEM, Mr. and Mrs. C.C. CEDARBLADE, Mr. and Mrs. John ANDERSON were Sunday dinner guests at the Lee GREEN home.
bullet*Miss Myrtle SMITH visited at the F.H. THOMPSON's Thursday afternoon.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. Sam JENKENS and family, Misses Laura, Erna and Myrtle SMITH called at Wm. HANDY home Sunday afternoon.


bullet*Mrs. Meda FOWLER left Wednesday for Mankato to attend summer school.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. P.R. LONG called at the John HAMILTON home Sunday afternoon.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. John BUSE, Mrs. Helen FREY were Worthington shoppers Saturday afternoon.
bullet*Mrs. Roy RICE and children attended the funeral of Ralph SMITH at Worthington Thursday.
bullet*Mrs. Helen FREY of Melvin, Iowa spent from Thursday until Sunday at the home of her brother John BUSE.
bullet*Mrs. Hattie BASSETT of Rushmore and Mr. and Mrs. L. LAWRENCE and son of St.Paul called at the Roy RICE home Sunday afternoon.
bullet*Miss Isabelle DORLAND left Sunday afternoon for Spencer, Iowa, from there she will go to Arnolds Park where she expects to spend the summer.
bullet*The German Presbyterian church held their annual Mission Feast Friday. Dinner and supper were served in the basement. The president of the Dubuque college spoke in the morning, afternoon and evening and also at the Sunday evening services.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. Otto GRENES and daughter Ardyce, Mr. and Mrs. Herman FREY and son Marvin, Mrs. Helen FREY and Raymond FREY all of Melvin Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. George SMITH of Slayton and grandson Winthrop WARREN of Woodstock spent Sunday at the John BUSE home.


bullet*Mr. and Mrs. F.L. Lane were Sibley visitors Sunday afternoon.
bullet*Mrs. L.F. KRAMER arrived home Friday from a visit at Hinchley, Minn.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. Stod WICK and family were Worthington visitors Saturday afternoon. Misses Mildred JOHNSON and Bertha GILLESPIE motored to Rushmore and Adrian Friday.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. Garret VERHAGE and son of Sibley visited Sunday in the Earl BUTCHER home.
bullet*Misses Bertha GILLESPIE and Mildred JOHNSON were Worthington visitors Thursday afternoon.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. Howard KEITH of Ocheyedan, Iowa, were guests Sunday in the F. FLINT home.
bullet*Miss Flossie CONLEY left last Thursday for Chester, S.D., to spend the summer with relatives.
bullet*Mrs. Earl BUTCHER and two children and Mrs. J.J. KRAMER motored to Worthington Saturday.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. Harry HART of Worthington spent Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Aug. KING>
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. STEFFENS of Red Wing arrived Monday to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.E. SALSTROM.
bullet*Gerald and Mabel CONLEY have gone to Graceville, S.D., to spend the summer with their grandparents.
bullet*Lisle and Claire FOWLER returned Sunday to their home at Lismore after atwo weeks visit with relatives here.
bullet*Mrs. COSGROVE and Mrs. Leo HAND visited a short time Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Katie KAIN at Worthington.
bullet*Mrs. F.L. LANE visited Monday afternoon at Worthington in the homes of Mrs. Katie KAIN and Mrs. Gene SMITH.
bullet*Mrs. Wm. WIDMAN and daughter Mary of Onawa, Iowa are visiting this week in the parental M.J. HUBBARD home.
bullet*Mrs. E.C. MEAD and three children of Coleraine, Minn., arrived last week to visit for some time in the M.J. HUBBARD home.
bullet*Paul SALSTROM arrived home Monday from Minneapolis where he had been a student thru the spring term at the State University.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. O.F. JOHNSON entertained at Sunday dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. KLEEMAN and family of Avoca, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. KING of Org.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. Henry HORSTMAN and two sons and Mr. and Mrs. George FOOTE spent Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George FOWLER at Lismore.
bullet*Mrs. J.E. SALSTROM and Arline and Mrs. O.F. JOHNSON attended a Guild meeting Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Wm. DEVANEY at Worthington.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. Wm. KEPKA, Mr. and Mrs. Henry HORSTMAN and Marvin and Henry HORSTMAN, Sr. motored last Wednesday to Lake Chetack to spend the day fishing.
bullet*Mrs. Pete PETERS of Worthington and daughter Phyllis who was accompanied by a girl friend were guests last Wednesday at the Ladies Aid picnic in the church basement.
bullet*A son was born Monday, June 16th to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence ANDERSON. The little one died shortly after birth and was buried Tuesday at (?). The mother is doing nicely at this writing.
bullet*Miss Wilma LANE spent Monday afternoon at Worthington with her friend Miss Vivian ARMSTRONG. The two girls were room mates at the Teachers college in Mankato for nearly two years.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. Frank VOGEL visited from Saturday until Monday with their sons at Orange City, Ia. They report the storm Saturday night at Orange City did a lot of damage to trees and crops.
bullet*Mrs. C.F. MODESETT of Detroit, Minn., Mrs. D.L. GARBERSON and two children and the Misses Mary Ada and Emma DE BOOS of Sibley were dinner guests last Wednesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.C. WYATT.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. J.J. KRAMER entertained Sunday at dinner, Mr. and Mrs. GLEASSON and baby of Ft. Dodge, Ia., Mr. and Mrs. G.A. STOUFFER, Mr. and Mrs. Will BLAIR, Mrs. Ella STOCKDALE and Mrs. Mable FORSYTHE of Lake Park.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. John KRUSE enjoyed a short visit last week from Mr. and Mrs. VAN VENDER of Oklahoma. Mrs. VAN VENDER was formerly Miss Betty GRIMER and had visited here before being the guest of Mrs. KRUSE when she was teaching here.


bullet*Banner BUCKLEY called at the Andrew FINCKH home Monday noon.  
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. E.A. BEARDEN called at the J.A. EDDY home Sunday afternoon.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. Tom WOODS called at the Frank BICKNESE home Sunday evening.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. DELP of Hancock, Minn., spent Monday at the home of J.A. EDDY.  
bullet*George and Vernon FINCKH took dinner at the Paul FENSKE home last Thursday.
bullet*Ray METZ of Hancock spent the week end visiting friends and relatives around Fairview.*Mrs. Carl CARLSON and son Ivor of St. Paul, Mrs. Emil JOHNSON of Stacy, Minn., spent Monday at the Ed. ANDERSON home.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. Will GORDON and family and Mr. and Mrs. Gust WAHL and sonClarence and the misses Jennie and Grace LITTLE and Gladys BEARDEN spent Sunday at the Ed. ANDERSON home.
bullet*A series of Revival meetings will commence next Sunday at the Brethern church. Rev. WINE of Mt. Morris, Ill., is the evangelist. All are cordially invited.


bullet*Mr. and Mrs. KROSKE and son Ray were Heron Lake callers Sunday.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. Roy MEADE and sons were Worthington callers Sunday.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. J.W. KROSKE were callers at Worthington Sunday evening.
bullet*Chris LANG of Fulda transacted business at Kinbrae one day last week.
bullet*Helen Mae PAULSON of Heron Lake visited a number of days with littlem Pauline PAULSON.
bullet*Mrs. John JANDA and daughters were Heron Lake business callers the first part of the week.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs.. J. PETERSON and daughter Bernice of near Fulda were visitors here Sunday.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. S.M. KNUTSON and sons, and Ray KROSKE were callers at Fuld Sunday evening.
bullet*Miss Irene LEOPOLD of Heron Lake visited a number of days last week at the Leroy SEGAR home.
bullet*Art JOHNSON of Sioux Falls was visiting a few days at the P.J. FREDRICKSON home last week.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. Barney KUEHL and children of near Brewster were Kinbrae callers Friday evening.
bullet*A large number of Kinbrae folks attended the funeral of Mrs. Dan FURY at Dundee Saturday morning.
bullet*Roy SEGAR went to the cities Wednesday to attend to business. He returned to his home here Sunday.
bullet*Mr. RUPT, Mrs. HEIBERT, Miss JUNGLESS and Miss HEIDES of Mountain Lake were callers in Kinbrae Sunday afternoon.
bulletMr. and Mrs. MILLER and Albert ANDERSON attended the ball game at Walnut Grove Sunday afternoon.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. Guy PAULSON and family and Mrs. Louis LANGER were Heron Lake hospital callers Friday.
bullet*Art JOHNSON and Karl DITTBERNER were business callers at Worthington and Sioux Falls the latter part of the week.
bullet*The ball game Sunday between Kinbrae and Walnut Grove at Walnut Grove resulted in a score of 3 to 13 in favor of Kinbrae.
bullet*Miss JUNGLESS and Miss HEIDES< who have been holding Bible school here, visited over the week end at their respective homes in Mountain Lake.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. Ernest FREDRICKSON and son Kermit of Minneapolis came the latter part of the week to attend the funeral of her sister, Mrs. Dan FURY on Saturday.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. C.E. THOMPSON and sons, and Mrs. N.M. THOMPSON and daughters, Gertrude BRIGGER and Lillian JANDA were Worthington callers Sunday afternoon.
bullet*Miss HEIDES and Miss JUNGLESS were entertained for dinner and supper at the following places. Tuesday at Paul PAULSON's, Wednesday at John NIMERFROH's, Thursday at I.H. BRIGGER's and Friday at the N.M. THOMPSON home.


bullet*"Lorna Doone" at the school house June 25th.
bullet*Mrs. Emmet PHILLIPS was a Heron Lake caller Saturday.
bullet*Rev. VOLZ is attending Synod at St. Paul this week.
bullet*Miss Florence MORGAN returned from St. Paul last Saturday.
bullet*Walter STOLTENBERG made a business trip to Jackson last Tuesday.
bullet*Mrs. J.E. JOHNSON spent Friday and Saturday at the Harris Hospital. 
bullet*E.W. KANE of Brewster made a short call at Round Lake Tuesday.
bullet*Miss Mable BROWN visited Round Lake friends Friday and Saturday.
bullet*E. WELLHAUSEN and Ernie of Windom were Round Lake visitors Sunday.
bullet*Mrs. Sam CHRISTENSEN of Sioux Falls arrived Monday to visit the home folks.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. Julius DENKMANN, of Lake Park were Round Lake visitors Friday.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. Ira EWERS returned Friday from two weeks visit to Kansas.
bullet*G.C. KAYSER and family spent Wednesday afternoon visiting relatives at Dundee.
bullet*J.G. GUSTAFSON of Windom spoke at the community picnic, Friday afternoon.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. J.G. MATNEY and family are visiting relatives at Ipswich, S.D., for a short time.
bullet*R.E. DUNSMORE of Forest Grove, Oregon visited the first of the week at the G.C. KAYSER home.
bullet*Rev. FRAREY of Worthington expects to fill the pulpit of the local church on Sunday evening.
bullet*Mr. and Mrs. John WESTRUM of Albert Lea were visitors last Sunday at the John SATHER and A.A. ANDERSON homes.
bullet*The Misses Rose WHIPKEY, Myrtle COLLINS and Dena TRIBBITS left Tuesday for an auto trip thru the Yellowstone Park.
bullet*To Late. After a man gets into a hole it's surprising how many people could have told him what path he might have taken in order to avoid it.

Submitted by: Colleen Boose




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