Dated week of May 2nd, 1889
A cold wave struck this district on Sunday.
Frank Glezen has about finished his new residence on Quality Hill.
The LeMars soap factory is branching out and gaining more trade every
Tom Hall is building a residence on Howard street. Tenant houses are
very scarce and it is best to have a home of one's own.
Captain Betsworth is putting up a fine new residence on Cedar street.
The Joerndt family left today for their new home in Seattle, W.
W. S. Goldie has been recommended for postmaster of Crathorne. He will
make an efficient and affable Nasby at the cross roads.
Plymouth street from Main street west is being properly ditched, bridged
and graded. There is no end to the demands for Commissioner Nuttali and
Attorney D. W. Wood, of Kingsley, is visiting in LeMars.
Fred Sweetzer, who lives four miles south of town, is building a fine
Married on April 28, at the residence of N. Redmon in America township
by Rev. C.W. Dennis, Geo. H. Burrill, of Johnson township, and Miss Mary
J. Tulllis, of Plymouth township. They will live in Johnson township.
The military band made its first appearance in their new uniforms today.
The family of the pastor of the Baptist church, Rev. C. W. Dennis, has
arrived from Hillsdale, Mich. Mr. Dennis has rented the property of
Mrs. J. C. Redmond.
A new and elegant residence at the north end of Court street is being
built and will be occupied by Michael Gehlen and family.
John Zurawski has purchased the Con Corkery residence and will make his
Washington's centennial was elaborately celebrated in LeMars on Monday,
At the annual meeting of St. George's church the following officers were
elected for the year:
I. S. Freeman,
A. G. Colpoys,
T. J. Priestly,
J. H. Hawks,
T. J. Hall,
F. R. Gaynor,
I. S. Freeman was elected senior warden, A. G. Colpoys junior warden and
treasurer, John Adams, secretary.