Iowa Old Press
October 4, 1921
SENEY: (Special Correspondence)
Mathew Ewin, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ewin, Mrs. Iona Clark and sons, Franklin and
James, motored to River Sioux on Sunday for a picnic.
Mrs. Mary Daugherty, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Daugherty, and son John, motored to
Sibley on Sunday to visit relatives. Mrs. Anthony Daugherty, of Sibley, who
was visiting them returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Green of Sioux City spent the week end with Mr. Green's
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Albro.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. March and sons of Akron were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
March's mother, Mrs. E. March.
The W.H.M.S. met on Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Roy McArthur. The hostess
served delicious refreshments at the close of the meeting.
On Sunday, September 18th, Charles Ewin and Miss Gladys Kennedy drove to
Dakota City, Neb., and were quietly married which surprised their many
friends here. On Monday evening of this week a charivari party made sweet
music until the happy couple appeared and after awarded by Mr. Ewin
Mrs. M. G. Mills left on Tuesday for Stroud, Okla., where she will visit her
son, Charles and family, a month before going to Los Angeles, Cal., where
she will make her home.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Detloff and daughter, Dorothy, motored to Sioux City on
ELGIN: (Special Correspondence)
Mrs. Tschampel, of Bancroft, Nebr., spent the week end with her son, Frank
Tschampel and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tschampel were Sioux City visitors Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schuenk of Leeds are visiting at the A. F. Utsch home.
Miss Viola Jackson of LeMars spent the week end at the W. P. Justman home.
Mrs. Geo. Laughton and Miss Leara Laughton were guests of Mrs. Isabel Mills
in Seney on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Albert and daughters of near Ireton spent Sunday at the
Chas. Albert home.
August Witt and family of LeMars were Sunday guests at the Geo. Laughton
Mrs. and Mrs. Chas. Wilde of Struble were guests at the Frank Tschampel home
W. P. Justman entertained corn shellers Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Trether are entertaining company from Ireton.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Farmer visited Sunday at the Ed Lett home near Craig.
The Struble second team defeated the Elgin Outlaws at a game of baseball
with a score of 5 to 2.
Mrs. Edward Reilly of Platteville, Wis., arrived Wednesday morning to visit
at the Geo. Laughton home.
Mary J. Brown died September 24, 1921, at the home of her sister, Mrs.
J.C. Bryant of Adaville, where she made her home, the cause of her death
being diabetes. Mary J. Brown was born at Adaville April 6, 1890 and at the
time of her death was 31 years and 5 months and 18 days of age. She made
her home at Adaville most of her life with the exception of six years spent
in California. She was a highly educated young lady and taught school in
Iowa and South Dakota for a number of years. Three years ago she was called
home to care for her ailing father and it was there that she contracted the
disease from which she never recovered.
October 11, 1921
MARRIED IN SIOUX CITY
Akron Young Man Wedded to Alton Girl
Olive Scheckel, of Alton, and Lowell Burrill, of Akron, were married at
Sioux City last week. The bride is a graduate of the State Teachers
College at Cedar Falls and taught school at Merrill last year. The
bridegroom is the Commander of the Akron American Legion Post at Akron
and is engaged in the clothing business with his father there. After a
short wedding trip in the east, the young people will make their home at
LUVERNE IS OUTPLAYED
High School Players Take Advantage of Fumbles
The Le Mars High School football eleven defeated the Luverne eleven at
Luverne on Saturday to the tune of 7 to 0. The game was plainly LeMars
from the beginning to end. Luverne fumbled a number of times, on at
which Becker got and took for a touch down. Groth kicked goal.
The lineup for LeMars was as follows:
The substitutes taken were Sieverding, Watson, Singer, and Jans. Watson
played the last few minutes of the game in Golden's position.