Iowa Old Press
Emmetsburg, Palo Alto, Iowa
Wed., Aug 9, 1911
Mrs. Z.F. Dickinson of Osgood is visiting her son, Harry, of Moline,
Miss Ella Maher of Ruthven is visiting her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Myles
McNally of this place.
Sisters Mary Fabia and Mary Eugenis of Chicago are visiting their father,
Owen McNulty, and other local relatives.
Mrs. Douglass, Mrs. Knoblauch's sister, returned to Sioux Falls yesterday
accompanied by her sister, Miss Grace McCormick.
Miss Agnes Rutledge accompanied her cousin, Miss Kate Donovan of Ayrshire to
Rochester Minnesota, Tuesday of last week. The latter went to consult Dr.
Fred Seiler of Algona claims that he and his agents have sold 67 autos in
Kossuth county since Jan. 1. The price of the machine is $810. Hence the
total sales would aggregate $54,270.
Peter Hoelzner is enjoying a visit from his mother who lives in Minneapolis.
Art Crouch of Lyons, has been visiting his parents in this city during the
Miss Margaret Walsh is home from Austin, Minnesota, visiting relatives. She
will remain for six weeks.
W.T. Kreiger has bought the Wm. Muir residence. It will make him a fine
home. He will not get possession until March 1. Mr and Mrs Muir intend
moving onto their farm in Independence township.
C.J. Berger is having a cement walk placed from his residence property to
the main walk.
A.G. Kellogg sold his 10 acre fruit farm near Pocahontas to John Vader for
Postmaster J.B. Martin of West Bend, left for Seattle Monday to visit his
Chris Conlon reports that his little son, who was so badly injured a short
time ago, is much better.
The C.J. Berger store front and the one just south of it have been neatly
painted, adding much to their appearance.
Mrs. E.H. Merriman of Graettinger spent Wednesday evening with her parents,
Mr and Mrs E.E. Hughes of this place.
Miss Mary Kane, well known to many of our citizens, died at her home in
Algona Sunday. She was a sister of Dr. Kane. She was an exceptionally
deserving young lady.
Mrs. A.J. Wolfgang underwent a surgical operation in St. Joseph's hospital
at Kansas City a few days ago. We are pleased to report that she is getting
Mrs. Bernard Petersen, of Teril, is a guest at the home of her sister-in-law
Mrs. Chris Conlon.
Emmetsburg, Palo Alto, Iowa
Wed., Aug 16, 1911
Mr and Mrs. Edward McNALLY, Miss Katherine CROWLEY and Miss KANE were
Ruthven visitors Sunday.
We are pleased to report that Mrs. John JOYNT, Sr.,who was very ill for some
time, is much better.
The Guild Tea will be at Mrs. A.T. HORTON's on Thursday, Aug. 17th, assisted
by Mrs. Edith SMITH. All are invited.
There were 10,000 people in Fort Dodge Friday to see Buffalo Bill. It is
estimated that the visitors spent $20,000 with the Fort Dodge merchants.
Mr. HOSKINS has opened his restaurant in the building south of C.J.
BERGER's. He has a very neat place. He asks his many friends to call and see
A.J. WOLFGANG returned from Kansas City Wednesday morning. Mrs. WOLFGANG and
Miss Gracie are doing nicely. They will not be home for some time.
Mrs. KNOBLAUCH, Mrs. McCORMICK, and Miss McCORMICK, Mrs. DOUGLASS and Miss
DOUGLASS went to Algona Wednesday to visit relatives for a few days.
The Free Press says that Miss Helen Buehah MANTOR, formerly of Ruthven, was
married at Spokane, Washington, June 25 to Martin V. MELLEN of Bonners
Miss OLIVER of Ruthven was in Emmetsburg yesterday.
Miss Alice NOLAN was at Estherville last week visiting friends.
H.J. PFIFFNER was a passenger to Sioux City Monday morning.
Frank KNEER and son William were at Albert Lea last week.
Fox hunters are active west of Ruthven and are quite successful.
Earl WILCOX was over from Ruthven Tuesday evening of last week.
Mrs. CROSE went to Okoboji Monday to enjoy a few days with friends.
Mrs. BEAN of Joliet, Illinois, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Martin CLENNON.
Mr. BENSON, brother of J.B. BENSON, went to DeKalb , Illinois, Saturday.
Mr. Thomas SELLE of Des Moines was the guest of local relations last week.
F.FREEMAN went to Excelsior Springs Thursday to remain for some time for the
benefit of his health.
Mrs. Dr. BLISS of Ruthven visited Emmetsburg friends last week. She returned
Miss Kate HAHN, of Hebron, Indiana, recently visited her brother, Mr.
HENZEL, of Fairfield township.
J.F. WAIT, son of David WAIT, will ship his threshing machine to western
Canada where he will use it during the fall.
Peter MULRONEY came up from Mallard Saturday evening to see his father. The
latter is quite weak but is better.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles DUNCAN intend going to Rochester, New York, Saturday to
attend the national G.A.R. encampment.
Messrs. W.P. REINDERS, SHULLER, and several others came up from Mallard to
attend the Assumption church picnic.
Mr and Mrs. M.L. BROWN and Mr and Mrs. Earl BROWN were at Ruthven Tuesday
attending the funeral of Mrs. Harold BARRINGER.
J.B. BENSON shipped his household goods to Hinkley, Minnesota, Sunday. He
and family will make their future home at that place.
The Misses CLARE were Ruthven visitors Sunday.
Wm. BAILEY was down from Sheldon Thursday greeting relatives and friends.
Hank WAGNER was up from Des Moines Thursday visiting his brother A.W. of
Dr. and Mrs. D.E. COLLINS of Marshalltown were Emmetsburg visitors several
days last week.
Peter HOELZNER arrived home from Yankton, South Dakota, Sunday evening where
he had been on a business trip.
Misses Florence and Beatrice BLACKMAR returned to Iowa City last week after
a brief visit with their friends in this city.
Mrs. Alice BAILEY and Elizabeth LEE of LeMars spent Monday and Tuesday of
last week with Miss Maud ST. JOHN of this place.
Misses Mildred SCOTT and Daisy DICK-PEDDIE were the guests of the Misses
GIBSON at the lakes several days during the last week.
Dr. and Mrs. R.C. MOLLISON of Story City were in Emmetsburg a couple of days
last week. They came to see local relatives and friends.
Mr and Mrs. Michael JOYNT went to Ruthven Sunday to attend Father James
NOLAN's first high mass. They were old friends of his parents.
Mrs. Henry HUGHES was a Yankton visitor last week. She was accompanied on
the trip by her father, Mr. FLANNAGAN, who lives near Sioux Rapids.
Wm. MAYNE and Mrs. Esther CARUTH, who had been visiting their brother in
this city, went to Ledyard Tuesday of last week to see another brother, who
resides in that vicinity.
Mr and Mrs. Henry DORWEILER came up from West Bend Sunday to be present at
Father Edward MAYNARD's first mass. They knew him as a small boy in their
James P. JONES was quite ill the first of the week.
Frank SULLIVAN was down from Graettinger Sunday.
John MONCRIEF, Jr. returned from Omaha, Nebraska, last week.
Mrs. John BARNES was at Wallingford last week visiting her father.
Mr and Mrs. Wm. TWIGG were calling on friends at Plover last week.
Mrs. E.E. RYAN of Des Moines recently visited relatives in this county.
John WEGENER and Theo. BLECKWENN of Fairville are visiting friends in
Miss Alice NOLAN will return to Lewiston, Idaho, this week to continue
R.M. JOHNSON of Ruthven visited his brother, Harold JOHNSON, of Fort Dodge
Supt. Lillie PATTON went to Steven's Point last Wednesday evening to enjoy a
Emmetsburg, Palo Alto Co, Iowa
23 Aug 1911
Mr. Charles F. MORAN and Miss Katherine DUFFY
Mr. Charles F. MORAN and Miss Katherine DUFFY were united in marriage at
Assumption church Tuesday morning, Very Rev. J.J. SMITH officiating. Miss
Mary DUFFY was bridesmaid and mr. John P. BIGLEY was best man. The wedding
dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents, Mr.and Mrs. T. J.
DUFFY. Only a few relatives and friends were in attendance. Mr. and Mrs.
MORAN left yesterday on an extended wedding trip.
On their return they will commence housekeeping in the residence at present
occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Fred WARD, where they will in a short time, be at
home to their many friends.
The bride is well known to our many readers, having lived in Emmetsburg
since childhood. She graduated from St. Mary academy a number of years ago
and later attended the Iowa State Normal school, since which time she has
been regularly employed in our local public schools. It is doubtful if any
other northern Iowa teacher has ever done better primary work than has Miss
DUFFY. She was also for several years employed in institutes and summer
schools in this and various other Iowa cities, winning high recognition as a
leader in her favorite line of work. no young lady stands higher than she
does among her friends and associates. All are pleased to know that she is
to remain in Emmetsburg.
Mr. MORAN has been engaged in the furniture and undertaking business in this
city for a number of years. He has been decidedly successful and has won
rank among the experienced and substantial dealers of our community. He is
genial and judicious and has a wide circle of friends who have only the most
sincere good wishes for his future welfare. The Democrat wishes Mr. and Mrs.
MORAN health and happiness.
Mr. Albert C. HAUSER of Libby, Montana, and Mrs. Mamie E. HUBBARD, of
Ruthven, were united in marriage by Mayor DUFFY Wednesday, August 16. They
will make their future home at Libby.
The marriage of Miss Laura S. HENDRICKSON and Mr. Oscar CHRISTENSON took
place at the Danish Lutheran church yesterday morning at 10 o'clock, Rev.
SIMONSEN officiating. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Florence
HENDRICKSON, and Mr. Theodore OLESON acted as best man. The bride was
attired in a pretty slate colored gown and the groom wore the usual black.
They left the same evening for Plover where they will make their future
home. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T.I. HENDRICKSON of this city
and is a young lady of pleasing appearance. The young man whom she has
chosen for a companion is a stranger to us but we understand he is honest
and industrious. The Times extends congratulations to Mr. and Mrs.
Friday, Roy PENDERSON, of Spencer had his right eye knocked out by a burr
flying off an emery wheel on which he was polishing a plow. The eye ball was
Buying Voting Machines
While in session a few days ago the board of supervisors of Franklin county
bought $15,000 worth of voting machines. A number of Iowa counties have
bought them during the past year. Palo Alto will continue to use the old
An Abundance of Fruit
Fruit is plentiful and cheap. Friday while at Sioux City we were told that
there were 75 cars of peaches and pears standing on teh side tracks at that
place and that there was little demand for them in the local markets. Our
home apple and plum trees are heavily loaded.
Can See the Aeroplanes
The Wright Bros. aeroplanes that are to make the flights from the race track
at the state fair will be housed during the forenoon in a large tent east of
the amphitheater and men will be present to explain the machines. All the
details can be seen by the visitors to the fair.
Martin CLENNON Buys More Land
Martin CLENNON was at West Bend Wednesday. While there he bought an
excellent 80 acre tract adjoining his quarter section farm for $55 per acre.
He says he wound not take less than $100 per acre for it now, as it can be
handled nicely in connection with his other place which has become quite
M.L. BRADY was a Spencer visitor Wednesday.
O.L. BECK was an Emmetsburg visitor Sunday.
Miss McCORMICK was a passenger to Chicago Thursday.
Lester JACKSON returned to Toulon, Illinois, Thursday.
Miss Gail EGAN spent Sunday with Ruthven relatives.
Richard BEEBE was a passenger to Livermore Thursday.
Miss Kittie WELLS returned to Mason City Saturday evening.
Miss Josie SHERLOCK returned home from Keokuk Thursday.
Miss Lena SCHENDEL visited friends at Whittemore over Sunday.
Mr. ALLEN is building a large silo on his farm west of the river.
Miss Julia DALY of Ayrshire is visiting at the J.S. MARTIN home.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred WARD intend moving to Oregon in a short time.
P.F. REILLY accompanied Father MAYNARD to Ft. Dodge Monday.
Mrs. CROSE went to Chicago Thursday to buy her fall stock of millinery.
Mrs. ZAHRNDT recently enjoyed a visit from her sister from State Center.
A son was born ot Mr. and Mrs. Frank BRADY, Monday, August 14.
Mr. JEPPESON and Peter PETERSON were passengers to Ottosen Monday morning.
A.T. HORTON was called to Nashua Wednesday by the dangerous illness of his
Miss Mary DUFFY returned to LeMars last evening. She came to attend the
wedding of her sister.
George HINKLEY arrived home from Kansas the last of the week to visit his
parents for a short time.
Editor LARSEN of West Bend was in Emmetsburg Monday holding a consultation
with Bro. MAYNE.
J.H. KELLY returned home from Washington the last of the week. Congress will
adjourn this week.
Misses Jennie KELLY and Anna RUTLEDGE were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
HIGGINS of Whittemore the last of the week.
Local markets-Corn 54 to 53c, hogs $6.75,oats 34c,barley 77 to 95c, wheat 76
to 81c, butter 23c, eggs 13c, potatoes 90c to $1.00.
Miss Mildred POWERS left for Salt Lake City Monday evening. She will teach
in the high school of that place during the coming year.
Miss Rose McNALLY has secured a position as trimmer in the DAVIDSON
department store at Sioux City. She left for that place Tuesday of last
A List of Those Who Are in Attendance.
The Teacher's Institute convened Monday morning in the High School building
and will be in session during the week. Owing to the fact that a great
number of the teachers and prospective teachers attended school in different
places during the summer, the number enrolled, which is 130 at the close of
the first day, is not so large as it was last year.
Supt. E.C. MEREDITH of Boone is in charge of the work in Geography and
History. His efforts indicate careful preparation. What he says and does
Supt. McCORMICK has Arithmetic, Didactics, School Management, and Music. His
work is equal to any ever presented, along the lines mentioned in any
Miss Josephine PATTON has charge of the classes in English. Her methods and
her zeal will prove very helpful to the teachers.
Prof. Arthur McMURRAY of Ames has an hour each morning during which he gives
lectures and practical documents on "How to Teach Reading in the Public
School." His work is of a very practical nature and the teacher, following
his line of instruction will certainly bring an inspiration into the school
room that will have a marked effect on Reading in our schools. A feature of
Mr. MacMURRAY's [transcriber note: surname spelled differently in article]
work is his recital each afternoon on the leading authors.
Supt. Lillie PATTON is giving close attention to the exercises in general
and feels well pleased with the results tha have been thus far achieved.
The following are the names of those in attendance:
Eleanor CARMICHAEL, Genevieve CARNEY, Mary MEYERS, Genevieve DONAHUE, Ray
CARMICHAEL, Alice E CARNEY, Catherine MULRONEY, Marie SHERLOCK, Elizabethe
O'ROURKE, Edna I DICKISON, Mayme RYAN, Alice O'BRIEN, Belle SHEA, Nellie
FORD, Eda E MERKIN, Olive HAYMAN, Helan A BLAIR, Edith McGUNEGILL, Ethel
KAHLEY, Anna PETERSON, Edith KAHLEY, Alberta BOUGH, Laura ILLINGSWORTH,
Nellie BRENNAN, Gracia VOHS, Etta J. O'NEILL, Sylvia M. RAGEDON, Nellie
GALLEGAR, Mrs. Frances HARRIS, Mabel HUGHES, Emma HENNINGSEN, Eva Mae BOUGH,
Charlotte SALVEN, Lily HILTON, Lida LeCLAIR, Sara LYNCH, Anna I. ANDERSON, E
Norman NORLAND, Irene HOOVER, Nellie MILLER, Anna MOREY, Ella DONAHUE, Grace
BLUNT, Elizabeth WIGEN, Nellie SAMMIN, Blanche DOWNS, Anna DONAHUE, Lizzie
WHITE, Julia MURPHY, Adah HOVEY, Rosella DONAHUE, May NEEDHAM, Gertrude
DONAHUE, Cassie SHEA, Ella BERGUM (or BERGUN), Lucina HAND, Gunda GARO,
Hanna HENNINGSEN, Florence MORISSEY, Addie HOWARD, Bertha GARO, Maude
CHURCH, Margaret YOUNG, Jennie AGNEW, Rose MEYERS, Annie BOHLS, Josephine
MORISSEY, Nellie F. CROWLEY, Mary WALSH, Jane HIGGINS, Elizabeth McNALLY,
Pearl JOHNSON, Mabel WAGNER, Bessie KANE, Lilian O'NEILL, Annie MAGUIRE,
P.J. WALSH, may HANIFAN, Eva RANDALL, Josephine WALSH, Mary A QUIGLEY,
Bessie WHITE, Ethel GAYLORD, Ethel KIBBY, Essie WHIRRY, Martina McNARY,
Della DENEEN, Margie APPLEBY, Ethel HAHN, Etta Mae GIDDINGS, Mary WALDRON,
Katherine WARREN, Margaret McCORMICK, Lilian ZEIDLER, Nellie SAMMIN, Sydney
HOWARD, Sophia SCHULLER, Alice MAGUIRE, Eva C. MURPHY, Nellie EASTON, Dottie
SMITH, Margaret REDMOND, Mary V. SULLIVAN, Theresa M'TGOMERY [Note:
MONTGOMERY], Dorothy MEYERS, Ruth MITCHEL, Maude WILTMAN, Katie V. SHERLOCK,
Nelle GALLEGER, Earl FISK, M.J. CULLIGAN, Marry HIGGINS, H.J. O'NEILL, Theo.
HERMANSEN, Cora NYBORG, Leslie SEVDY, Maude DEGMAN, Dell MINGER, Mary
O'BRIEN, Jennie REED, Marguerite HAGENS, Elva BIRKLAND, Mildred MAHAN, Emma
Mae DODGE, Nelle MARTIN, Theresa CARRIGAN, Josephine SHERLOCK, Christine
MURPHY, Venita BROWN.
Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. F.H. O'Halloran spent Sunday at Arnold's Park and Spirit Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hughes drove to Emmetsburg Saturday.
Mrs. Frank Demouth was over from Emmetsburg recently visiting her mother, Mrs. Frank Jones.
C.E. Meyers went to the lakes Thursday and will spend a few days at Terrace Park. Mrs. Meyers has been there for some time.
Mrs. Wm. Crampton and children were over from Emmetsburg visiting at the Durant home last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Butler went to Estherville Sunday to spend the day with relatives.
Reuben Gard was an Emmetsburg visitor Saturday.
Miss Esther Kydd returned to her home at Cedar Rapids Thursday after a month's visit at the Butler home.
Mrs. Chas. McArty was an Emmetsburg visitor Friday.
A.E. Anderson, F.H. O'Halloran, Clarence Demouth, Art Dowd and John Goeders went to Humboldt Thursday in Mr. Anderson's auto to see Frank Gotch in his training quarters.
Rev. F.C. Taylor of Algona will conduct the morning service in the M.E. church Sunday.
Frank Kelly came over from Emmetsburg Monday and will be depot agent here during the absence of Harry Gmelin.
Harry Gmelin has taken a three months' lay off and will visit his parents in Canada.
Miss Dora Knuth was an Emmetsburg visitor Saturday.
Miss Torpy of Ayrshire visited her brother here Tuesday of last week.
Lybilla and Phyllis Richards went to Spencer Monday to visit friends and returned home Friday.
Joe Seager of Bancroft is visiting his brothers John and sister, Mrs. Jake Grethen for the past week.
Mr. Byank of Ayrshire who is working in the Chronicle office came down to Mallard Sunday on his motorcycle.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Rhodes spent a few days last week with relatives at Algona.
Mr. and Mrs. Singleton came home from Dakota where they had spent a month with their son Bert. They enjoyed themselves and are feeling well after their trip. Bert has a large crop. Potatoes are very good there and are selling for 50 cents a bushel.
Sam Dow of Waterloo spent last week with his parents Mr. and Mrs. John Dow.
Floyd Groves is now working for Bert Nye in the place of Frank Hilton who has gone to Washington to remain.
Martin Gehrt is being visited by his two brothers and their wives one brother is from Illinois and the other from Pomeroy. The three brothers are enjoying their visit.
Emmetsburg, Palo Alto Co, Iowa
30 Aug 1911
Frank GOTCH will leave Humboldt for Chicago this evening to meet George
HACKENSCHMIDT. The wrestling contest will take place Monday.
Sister Mary Emilita arrived from Ft. Dodge Saturday to visit her parents and
other relatives. She will be remembered as Miss Genevieve BRENNAN.
A. LUDINGTON returned to Gilmore City yesterday. He had been spending three
weeks at the LUDINGTON and WINEGARDEN homes in this vicinity.
The vaudeville acts that have been put on at the Majestic theater for
several weeks are very good. Mr. AYERS is enjoying a substantial patronage.
T.A. BALDWIN, Harry FAIN, M.J. ROSE, and "Judge" WHITTAKER left for Des
Moines Monday evening, over the Rock Island, to attend the state fair.
James McDONALD was up from Marshalltown last week visiting numerous friends.
He and his brother are well pleased with their position at that place.
Joe and Miss Nell M. KERWICK and their mother went to Sioux City Monday to
remain for a short time. Mrs. KERWICK will consult Dr. JEPPESON again before
The Emmetsburg schools will open next Monday. The first boy who attempts
anything course or rough in hazing should be brought before Mayor DUFFY and
fined. The Algona people treat their hazers in this way.
Monday evening we enjoyed a pleasant call from W.C. SUNDERMEYER, editor of
the Rake Register. He was on his way home from Hartley. He had not been in
Emmetsburg before for several years. Though he is a diligent worker, he is
The Iowa Falls Sentinel says that Bert CUPLIN and wife returned to North
Dakota yesterday. Mr. CUPLIN will look after threshing on his land near
Portal, while Mr. CUPLIN visits at Sawyer. Mr. CUPLIN expects to engage in
the drug business at Portal some time this fall.. Mr. and Mrs. CUPLIN
formerly lived at West Bend.
Miss Mabel SIMONSON was at Minneapolis last week.
Mrs. Joe MARTINI was a passenger to Ayrshire yesterday.
Father SWEENEY of Sheldon was an Emmetsburg visitor Monday.
Miss Ruth REILLY was a passenger to Mitchell, South Dakota, yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. WALDRON went to Ayrshire Tuesday to visit relatives.
Misses Agatha HAND and Veronica JENNINGS returned to Sioux City Tuesday.
Miss Mary WALDRON of Ayrshire visited Emmetsburg friends the last of the
Mrs. CHADWICK of Fostoria was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T.A. BALDWIN of this
city over Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. JACKSON of Mt. Pleasant are visiting their numerous friends in
this city. Both are looking hearty.
Mrs. Dan O'BRIEN of Booth township is enjoying a visit from her mother Mrs.
GRIFFIN, of Goodhue, Minnesota.
Rev. CLEGG and E.B. SOPER were at Wesley yesterday attending the district
M.E. conference. Both were on the program.
Mrs. Thos JENNINGS, Mrs. Frank MURRAY, Francis MURRAY, and Miss Loretta
HILDEBRAND returned to Sioux City Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. M.E. CONLON were called home from Dubuque Sunday morning by the
serious illness of Mr. CONLON's father.
Mr. and Mrs. George OSGERBY went to Madrid, Iowa, yesterday to visit their
son. They will go from there to Des Moines to take in the state fair.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Lutheran church will hold a market next
Saturday at Mrs. GYLLING's store. All kinds of baked goods will be on sale.
D.E. CLYDE, dean of the Normal department of the Highland Park Normal
school, addressed the teachers' institute Friday morning. All present were
highly pleased with his remarks.
Saturday evening in a moving picture theater at Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, a
film exploded and started a blaze. In the jam to get out 25 people lost
their lives and 60 were injured.
Misses Alice and Catherine KANE went to Marengo Wednesday evening to visit
their sister who resides at that place. From there they will go to Davenport
to take courses as nurses.
Saturday Angelo LOVELLO, an Italian, married Miss Mabel COCHRAN at Fort
Dodge, but after the ceremony was performed she refused to go with him. Soon
after she left for Omaha. The following day the irate husband applied for a
Mrs. Fred WARD was a Green visitor Sunday.
Miss Cora THEILE teturned from Sibley Thursday.
Two of Loren WRIGHT's children, near Cylinder, are reported very ill.
Miss Constance MYERS of Cylinder visited Emmetsburg friends yesterday.
Raymond BECK of Waterstown, South Dakota, is visiting Emmetsburg relatives.
Miss Mary LAUGHLIN will return to Sterling, Colorado Friday to resume
Mrs. Dan DONAHUE, who has been very ill for several weeks, is able to be out
Harry O'NEILL is at Spirit Lake this week. He furnishes supplies for
Miss Mabel CARR and sister of Redfield, South Dakota, are visiting T.F.
Miss Jennie KELLY left for Seattle Saturday where she will teach again
during the coming year.
Miss Nellie MILLEA has gone to St. Paul to visit her cousin, Miss Rowena
STEELE, for a few days.
Mrs. Fred McCARTY was a Mason City visitor Sunday. Mr. McCARTY has been
there for some time.
Father McNALLY of Morris, Iowa, will umpire the base ball games in this city
today and tomorrow between Emmetsburg and Hull. He was quite a player before
he was ordained.
Miss Gertrude JOYNT, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. JOYNT, has gone to Des
Moines to enter Mercy hospital. She intends to become a professional nurse.
She is a very deserving young lady.
Drs. Robert JOYNT of Le Mars and Michael of Marcus arrived in an auto Sunday
morning and remained with their parents, brothers and sisters until Monday.
Their brother Bert returned with them to remain until he leaves for Iowa
City to resume his studies.
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