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June 8, 1922 - June 11, 1925 

MARRIAGE and DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRACTIONS 
From 

The HANKINSON NEWS 

HANKINSON, RICHLAND COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA 

By 

Elizabeth M. Collins 

11638 SE 164th St. 

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©Elizabeth M. Collins 
Copyright 1993 by Elizabeth M. Collins 
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Uu. Jcu>on A. WJJi&on, nee Maud VeSiZva, -c<s AptncUng a ^eio day6 az (tome, fiet 
moA/ujigz occMAAtd dafUng the. hotldayi but woi not known outi-idz o^ hoA Ajrmzdiate. 
iamUij untiZ the. pcu>t weefe. Shz l& a daughteA o^ m. and tVu>. SmUh VaSUva oi tkU 
city and ha& been texidUng tn Bowman County wheAz tJiz wtdding occuAAzd. 

Hex ^end& kfie. one. ptza&zd to e-xtznd bzZate.d cDnghatuZjatAjon& and but wicsfteA. 
Tfie young couple, ate tMjnkAjiQ o£ Zocatcng tn thz Canadixin nofithweJ>t. 
HANKINSOH NEW5 «*»♦««»««*»♦ J^^^ j^ j922 

Member o^ thz John R. JoneA ^amiJty and Uu. W. C. Tofiman, Jfi. , oAt InVofman 
today to attend the. wtddU.ng oi Uaj>& GeAXhude. HuxZy and David H. 30neJ>, which takti 
pZa.cz thii a^teAnoon at the homz o^ the bfiidz'6 motheA, Hfu>. W. HuAty 

The bAidz i& a cou&ln oi Thz Nem man and aj> weZt known in HankJju>on, having 
taught in ouA puhZic 6choot6 ^oA thAzz yzoAi,. 

Thz gfioom -c4 a 6on o^ Ha, and HAi,. V. J. Jonzi o^ VoAman and ^oA a 6hoAt timz 
wa& employed in thz FaAmzu and MzAchanti BAnfe o^ thit> placz. A^teA a AhoAt honzy- 
moon tAip thz young coapLz wUJi makz thziA homz at WyndmeAz whzAz thz gAoom iJ> cxuhizft 
ol Thz VJLaU. national Bank. 
HANHUSOU NEWS ************ j^^^ 22, 1922 

John HeUi, Ja.. , aAAA.vzd homz la&t wzek af^tzA an zxtzndzd abhzncz, bAinging 
with him a bAtdz in thz peA6on o^ Uinniz BAyan o^ Chanutz, Sa&k, CAnada. They weM. 
moAAizd by Ju&ticz VfvindvJULlz at Sll>&eton on Thauday, June 15tJi. 
HAWKIMSON NEWS ************ j^^^ 29, 1922 

Henny Witt 0(5 Bel^oAd Iz^t thz ^oAz pant o^ lai>t weefe ioA Blue EoAth City, MM., 
wheAz hz took unto him&eZ^ a bfUdz -in thz pzA&on o^ Hi&6 Gladys GzoMchaheA o^ Winne- 
bago, MN. , on Wednesday, July 12th. Thz NeMJi hoi been pAomiizd a detaZtzd AzpoKt oi 
thz wzdding ^OA ouA nzxt i66uz. 

HANKWSON NEWS ************ July 20, 1922 

MVHRA - JONES 

GzoAge MyhAa, 6on o{t H. C. N. UyhAa, Zickland County pionzeA and bAothzA o{, E. i 
HyhAa, o^ Wahpeton, was maAAied at VztAoit, MN. , Tuz&day, July nth, to Ha,& Goldiz 
Gwendolyn Jonz&, daughteA. o^ M^. and M^. HoAtin Jonzi oi5 VilvJoAth, MN,, accoriding to 
announcejmzntk Azceived by Wahpeton ^Aczndi,. 

Thz wzdding wai, a quiet a^^aiA and theJA moAAiagz woi a AuApAiie to all but a 
ijew cloiz Aelattvzd. 

Ha. and Mai,. Myhta have AetuAnzd to thz old homz ^anm nohth o{^ Vwight, wheAz 
thzy Witt makz thziA home {^OA thz pAziznt at least with thz gfioom' i {^otheA. 

Many Kzlativzi> and {^AizndA, ^Aom Vwight, Gatchutt, AbeAcAombie, Toaqo, Vltwofith 
Wahpeton and otheA communittzi) gathzAzd at the Myhna homestead Sunday evening. ThziA 
puApoiz bzing a AuApAiiz panty on thz nevolywedi,. One hundAzd guz&tl, weAz pAz&znt, an^ 
all 6pznt a mo6t happy zvenlng. Thz gAoom ha& tivzd at thz homz iaAm all o^ hU li^z 

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cormunUiy , ^ecexved a uxiAm wzZcome {^Hjom tho. many Kulbxtiv^ and {,^e.nd& pKUznt, and 

the. happy couptz weAe kaxwtUiy conQhaiutatzd. 

HANKWSON HEWS ************ j^^ 20, J9Z2 

Hon. Hatikew H. Lynch o^ LidgeAwood, ^eemi to bz aj> 6ucce/t&^uZ 'in matfujnony a& 
in potitiu. In tht Ktcejnt pfujnaAy ztzctlon he. woi oveA wheZmingty nominate.d {^oti 
xzpKzMzntatlvQ. In ikU ttg-U>latlvt dUtAlct, and la6t weefe /le wa6 unltzd In maAfviage. 
to Mc44 JutixL McHugfi, one, o^ LidgeAioood'A cJtaAming young bzZJizi. 
HANKWSON WEW5 ************ j^ 27, 1922 

MARRIED AT BLUE EARTW 

Mc44 Gla.dy6 Ben&chotzA, oldest daaghteJi o^ Ma. and Ma4. H. BenAchoteA, o^ Winne- 
bago, hiN., woi moAJiied to Ma. Henny WiXt, o^ Hankinl>on, Wednesday a^teAnoon, JuZy 12th, 
at Btue EoAth, MN. 

The bhA.de hai, fie^lded In Wlnneabago ^oK a ntmbeA o^ yeoAi, and aj, a graduate o^ the 
Winnebago High School. Vox the pa6t thfiee yeafii> 6he had taught /school In Nofith Dakota. 
She l& a lady who l6 held In the highest xegaAd and esteem by all who know hex. 

The gloom hxu, lived In BeZiond Townihlp ^ox many yeau and l6 weZl and {^avoKably 
known hzAe. The happy young couple mJUi make thelfi home on the. gxoom'A ({oAm. 

The Nem jolm In heajvty congxatulatlon& and veAy beJtt wlihe/i. 
HANKWSON NEWS ************ j„£^ 27, 1922 

L. K. VICK inotoKild to Ghace City Friday, xetuKnlng the ^lut o^ the week with 

kii, bfu.de who ha& been staying at the. home o^ hen. paM.ent& 6lnce thelA moAAlage a couple 

OjJ weeki ago. They have gone to hoa&ekeeplng -in Aoomzln the Ma6. A. M. Jone'A fieJ>-idence. 

************ 

Jamei P. P. TulZock accompanied L. K. Vlck on an auto txip to Tango Vfilday, going 
{/torn thene to Winnipeg wheAe. liu inlend& have good fiea&on to believe he was moAAled 
yeJiteAday to Ua,6 Uellle PatteA&on, a bonnle Scotch la&ile, who oAAlved at the home o^ 
Ma. TutLock'6 ilsteAl, In Winnipeg la6t week ^Aom Scotland. Ma. Tuiloch recently puA- 
cha&ed the duelling hooiz ju&t nonth of, the Spott&wood home and It li> expected the 
neMlywedt wilZ go to housekeeping shortly. They one expected to annlve heAe Tnlday. 
HANKJNSON NEWS ************ jt^ 27, J9Z2 

JAMES TULLOCH ARRIVES HOME WITH BRIPE 

JcuTiei P. P. Tullock and bnlde oAAlved heAe Ehlday ^nom Winnipeg, and the populaA 
gnoom luK, been bu&y deceiving congnatulatlom o^ hl& many ^Alend& duAlng the pa&t week. 

The gfwom hai been a ne^ldent o{, Hankln^on iox ieveAal yeau, employed as manual 
tAolnlng teacheA In oufi public 6chool&. Vunlng the Wonld WoA he enti&ted with the Cana- 
dian tAoopjfi and iaw active heAvlce In the englneeAlng cofip^. He Ketunned to HanklMon 
ioon a{,teA hl6 dl/^choAge to Keiume hlA wonk In ouA ichool. 



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mant/ pu,zn.d6 OjJ -t/ie gKoom. 

Wt. and Ma4. TulZock havz gone ;to fiou-sefeeeptng -tn ;tlie dwzlZlng hoaiz joit nofcth 
0^ thz SpoXX^mod homz, which thz gKoom fizczyxtty puAchaizd. 

Thz ^oZZouxing account aj> iakzn ^fiom thz Manitoba Fjuzz Pa.z&&, pubti&hzd at Winnipzg. 

Thz moA/Uagz o^ HzZzn Wat6on, thUid daughtzfi o({ M. and Uu. WiJZiam Vattznjton, 
Edinburgh, Scotland, to Ma.. Jamz6 P. P. Tattock, took placz at thz homz o^ MfU>. VztzK 
Hay, iiitzA o^ thz bAtdzgnoom, 119 Evanion StAzzt, W^nipzg, Cannada, on Wzdnz&day, 
Augti&t 2nd. 

Rev. J. A. hlilZa/L, Oak Lakz, Manitoba o^^iciatzd and Uu. Hay plaifzd thz wzddtng 
moAc/i. Thz bAx.dz, who voa6 givzn in manxiagz by Ma.. Pe^eA Hay, woKz a dA.zl>& o^ Alpptz 
Aotin with thz KzguLation vziZ and ofuxngz bto^iomli and caAAizd a bouqazt o^ Koi>zJ>, 
ivoztt peoA and tWUzit o^ thz vaZZzy. Shz woA attzndzd by Mi&6 Bztty Giant and titttz 
Bzth Uowat, ncecei oi thz bAZdzg/wom. Thz bfiidzgAoom uxu attzndzd by hii nzphzM), Ma.. 
Alex Gnant. 
HANKINSON NEWS ************ Augiiit 10, 1922 

Ma., and MA4. F. Mooa Iz^t Monday f,ofi Vaynzi^viZlz, MW. , vohzAz thzy wznt to vI&aX 
ifu.znd& iJoA. a ^eu) day& and aZ&o to attznd tiiz wzdding o^ MK6. Mooa' coaiin which will 
takz placz Satwiday o^ thli wzzk. EAom thzf\.z Ma., and Mfu>. Maai> will go to thz Twin 
Cltiz& to takz In thz MW. Statz Ealfu 
HANKINSON NEWS ************ Aagd!>t 31, 1922 

Ma. and Maa. W. G. Hazy Aztafmzd Wzdnziday moaning af^zh. attznding thz maAfilagz 
0(5 thzin. Aon Lynn, which took placz at MinnzapoHi , Monday, Aug. 28th. 

HANKINSON NEWS Wyndmziz Column SzptmbzA 7, 1922 

WIVE BEATER TAKEN 

Monday night Chlzi Tacob&on wai, calZzd to HlZlhzad whzfiz hz placzd Gust Wz&t- 
andzA undzt oAAzit ^OA. a&iult with a dangztoai, wzapon and Intent to do bodily hafm. 

It appzoM that Wz&tlandzA had attacked hid wi{^z with a wagon wAznch and had 
bzatzn hzA Azvztly about thz hzad Inflicting 6z\)Zfuxl painful woundi, 

Shz cannlzd hzt a even dayi old baby and a two-yzoA-old child to a mlghboA.' A 
houiz (JoA. Az{^ugz. 

WzitlandeA woi bKought to Vzblzn and placzd In jail. Hz wa6 latzK takzn to 
BAltton whzAz hz wai, glvzn hzanlng on Wzdnziday and wai put undzfi bond to kzzp thz 
pzacz. falling to azcuAz bond, hz li at thli> wnltlng, -itUll In thz county jail. 

Thz bAutal attack o^ thz hu6band upon thz wl^z whom hz had 6woAn to pAotzcl 
hoi a/wuAzd conildzAablz ^zzting agalnit WzitlandzA and thz {,act that bat 4 even dayi 
had ztap&zd lincz hzt baby wai bohn makzi his bzhavloA 6zzm itlll moAz ottAocioai . 
We tAuit thz law will not dzal too lightly with him. , ,, , Vzblzn Advance. 

HANKINSON NEWS ************ SzptzmbzA U, 1922 

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A pxeXty wzddung occanjizd at Gnand FoAk&, NV. , on SautuAday moAning, Szpt. 2nd, 
u)hzn FnanceJ) L. , onZy daughteA o^ Mn.. E. L. PleAct o^ that city, bzcame. thz bntdz o^ 
EduocLtd M. HungeA. Tht czAzmony took pZaae. at St. ?auZ'6 Epticopat ChuAch, Rev. Jon- 
athan Wat&on f^ffictating. Only the. tnmzdiate. KeJiatLvaA o{^ thz bfiide. wtn.z in attendance. 

The. bntdz woi attULe,d i.n a point iiaiJit tAaveZLng dAui and wofiz a. couagz o^ 
KiZtoAnty fw&u. The. King AeAv-cce woA oied. 

Fottovaing the. ceAemony a wedding bAeak^oAt wa& ieAved in the bHtde'& home and 
ZateA in. the manning, Ua. and Wis, HungeA teit ioA VetAoit and ULnneapotii, tAaveZing 
by mo to A. LateA they motoAed to Hankin&on ^oA a ihomt viJ>it at the home o^ the gAoom'A 
paAenti, M/i. and Ha6. F. 0. HungeA. 

The bhtde i& a popuZaA GAand FoAki, beJUie and moit OjJ heA tL^e haJ, been &pent in 
that city. The gAoom ij, a Hankinion boy but doA the pa&t iJew monthi hai been with the 
M. G. Ot&on Clothing Co., at GAand foAki, a& manageA. He ha6 a ho6t o^ ^Aiendi heAe 
who oAe pleased to extend beJtt mj>heJ). 

Ua. and Uai,. HungeA viitl be qutte at home to theiA {^Aiendi a(,teA Set. 15th. at 
1624 JnteAnational Ave., GAand fofdii. 
HANKWSOhl HEWS ************ SeptejnbeA 14, 1922 

An announcejnent o^ the appAoaching moAfiiage o^ Mcaa HoAgaeAite KAump 0(J this 
viLlage. to Ha. Cluu. A. VondeZingeA oi Sioux City, lA. , woa made public l/i&t Sunday. 

Both OAe veAy pAominent young people and aAe well known In thli vicinity. Tht 
moAAiage will take place, next Tuesday, Sept. 19th, at St. PeteA and ?aut'/> Catholic 
ChuAch. 
HANKJNSON NEWS ************ 

Invitations have been Aecelved heAe announcing the moAAiage o^ ^tcii Agatha TeA- 

haoA oi PleAz, MN. , to Ha. Hike LugeAt of^ hkintadoA, which will take place at the home 

0(5 the bAide's poAents at PleAz on Tuesday, Sept. 26th. Ha. and M^. LugeAt expect 

to make theiA home on a £aAm nonth o^ HantadoA which Ha. LugeAt has Aented. 

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MEUHANM - KORTH 

The moAAtage oi Hiss Elsie C. NeuJinnn and AAthuA W. KoAth wa6 6olemniztd Tuesday 
a^teAnoon at 2 o'clock at the GeAman JmmanueZ ChuAch in the pAe^ence o{i a loAge gatheA- 
ing 0(5 {,Alends, Rev. C. ObeAdoe^teA peAf^oAmlng the ceAemony. The bAide woa attiAed in a 
gown 0^ white satin and caAAied a bouquet o^ white AoseM. Hiss Lena Stach, a cousin o^ 
tiie gAoom, was mold o{, honoA and Cast Neiw\ann, bAotheA 0(5 the bAide, acted OJS best man. 

Ai^teA the ceAemony the wedding poAty, including about 100 guests, made mzAAy at a 
big Aeception at the bAide's home in EAightiuood Township. 

The gAoom, a son o^ Has. Amanda KoAtii, has also lived in BAightwood since boyhood. 
Both have hosts o(t (^Aiends who oAe pleaded to extend congnatulattons and bes-t wishes ^oA 
a long and happy moAAied Hie. 

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The. young coupZe. mJUi be "at homz" on thz A. H. Bfiown hat^ section ^ansn Zn 
EZma ToMnikip the. latteji pant of^ tkU weefe. 

HANKINSON NEWS ************ SzptmbeA 21, 1922 

KRUMP - VONVELIUGER 

A veAy pn^eXty wedding took pZaae. at thz St. '6 VeteJi and ?aut Chufich at Mantadon. 
on Tuesday mofuiing, Sept. 19th, when UoAgaKet R. Knump becamz the, bfiidz oi ChanteJ> A. 
VondeZingeA, Rev. H. WZZke^ peAionming the. ceJiemony. 

The. bw.de wai att/Jizd tn a dn.e.66 o^ whtte. cxinton cAepe and caAJiced a. ihoweA 
bouquet o^ white noteM and imUjox. She. woi attended by Mc44 UafigofieZ E. KAump, o^ 
FaAgo, a coui-in oi the bfu.de., who wai> attiAe.d tn a dA.ti6 o^ He.nna canton cAepe and 
cxuaU-zd an ahm bouquet o^ A6teA&. 

The. ghoom wai> attended by ha> biotheA, Ma. EduiaAd VondeLingeA oiJ IftnneapotU . 
k{^eA. the. wedding ceAemony, a Keceptlon -ot the {^ofm oi a wedding bfiejokia&t wa5 gtven 
at the bAldz'-i home.. About 6e.\Jenty- f^ive tnvtte.d gae^ti weAe pA.e/>ent. 

The. bntdz t& a. daughteA oi Wu>. K. KAunp and wa4 bofm and KeoA^d nzoA HantadoA 
and Jis, one. o^ the. mo6t popuioA young Zja.dieJ> oi that cormunity. 

The. ghoom JU a 6on oi Ma6. J. VondeLingeA 0(J Sioux City, Ik., and U> weZi and 
^avoKabte.y known i.n the coimuntty -in which fie tivti. 

The. happy young couplz Itit the. ^oZZowing day on a wedding tAip to Uinneapotii, 
and ^fiom XJieAz went to Stoux Ctty, lA. , wheAz they wiZt be at theiA home, to theJA 
.^fbiendit at 611 Jenntng6 StAzet. Ma. VondeLingeA li> a. pAominent fvaWvoad man of, that 
ctty and tit ejnptoyed by thz t^ULwaukze. Hood. 

Out 0(5 town gue£tl, who attended the, wedding weAe, Mt. and Maa. A. Haf^neA and ion 
and daughteA o^ Wahpeton, UlchaeL Ga&paA and Hi&i Suion Gaj>paA o^ Alton, Iowa.. 

The. NEWS jotni theiA many ^Alendd in e.xtending congAatuZation& and be^t wl6he/>. 
HANKJNSON ************ Se.ptejnbeA U, 7922 

FORMER HANKINSON TEACHER WEVS 

Announcemejiti weAe Aeceiued fieAe the pa&t wezk o^ the manAiage of, fliii KatheAine 
Gnt^^ith to Albln GfionZund. The. ceAemony wa& peA^ofmed at Hinneapotii on Tuesday, Oct. 
3Ad, at the KectoKy oi the Aicen&lon ChuAch, Rev. VatheA HoAntngton oi {dictating. 

The bntde taught the. eighth gnade In the Hanktn&on Tubtic School!, duAing thz pa&i 
two yzoAk. Ez{t0fLZ that 4/ie had taught at Fonman, thz homz o^ thz gfioom, wheAz thz Aom- 
ancz began. Thz bntdz has a hoi>t o^ Hanktyi&on ^Alzndi who aAz pleaizd to extend {^eLi- 
citatiom. 

Ma. and Ma5. Gfwnlund will make tiieJji homz In Hinnzapolii wheAz thz gAoom 16 
employed. 
HANKINSON NEWS ************ Oct. 12, 1922 



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mmiE'S MISERABLE MATRIMOMIAL MIX 
John HelZ'A Voung Bfiidz HeZd Zn UinntapolAJ, on A ChoAgz o^ Blgamif 

ThzAz -C4 ont young woman down i.n Ulnnzapotil, who hoi doubtZe.&6 btzn conveJvttd to 
thz beZLz^ 0^ a titeAot Hdii on zxiAih, and atio thai we. eac/i havz ouA peAionaZ dzvAJt. 
And hzfi txpfUcnce. o^ the. lait (Jew month& wouLd 6ezm to bexin. out tkU thzofiy, at leoit 
40 ^oA oi M/14. HeJU.-CloAk-'Bfiyan-GzYu.dzy l& conceAned. 

It -c4 the old 6tonii o£ thz tovtng maiden who took in too muck teAJuXoAy. ..attempte 
to divide heA a^^^zctioM among thAzz OA ^ouA admiAeAA. Bat in thil> In&tancz 6hz went a 
6tzp too iaA...waA thz bZa&hing bAidz in a nMAtlagz czAzmony, yz&, with at tea&t thtzz 
di^^zAent men, negtzcting thz {,onjnaLcty o^ divorcing thz old bz{,oAz 6hz wa6 on viith thz 
new. A4 a Aziult 6hz li in cuitody with thz authoAitiz6 at UlnnzapotiA and it 16 zxpzct 
zd that John HeLt, Ja. o^ Hankimon wUibz thz zomptaA.ning wctneii Xn a cAiminat action 
with bigamy a6 a choAgz again&t thz (,cuA defendant. 

So ^aA ai, Hankin&on people know o^ thz ca&e, it: began zoAly la&t Junz whzn John 
HeJUi, J A. AetuAnzd homz a^zA a bAiz^ ab-iencz, bAcnging with hon a. young woman who hz 
intAoduczd oi ku wi^z. Thz couplz had bzzn moAAizd at Sl6&eton by a Ja&ticz o^ thz 
?za.cz and at that timz ihz gavz heA namz a6 fAlnnlz E^yan, which ij> bzlizvzd to havz bzzn 
hzA maiden namz. Thz couplz &zttlzd down hzAz and appoAentZy zveAything uxu, loveZy. 
But a 6hoAt timz ago Wu. Hzll in^oAmzd heA husband that AeZatlvzi weAz 6ick in thz zaj,t 
and that &hz ieJLt it heA duty to go to thzm ^OA a timz. A tztteA puAponting to havz 
b^zn Azzzivzd by hzA woi ihown Ma.. HzlZ to 6ub6tantlatz hzA 6tatzment6. 

Thz woman dzpaAtzd at oncz and whotz at intzAvali to Wi. HeJUi ^OA ^undi. HeA 
pAolongzd abiznce {^ijnaZZy oAouizd hii, ioipicioni and hz bzgan an invz&tigation of, heA 
peAionat hl6toAy. He wa& 6oon convinced that all wa& not flight and Iz^t last SatuAday 
evening ^oA HinnzapoliJ, with thz avowzd intzntion o^ "going to thz mat" with thz iaiA 
but fiickly \Mtmiz. 

The fieMt o£ thz itoAy to datz [but wliick may bz prolonged into a AZAial i^ pKo- 
6zcution 0^ thz woman fiOttows] ij> told in Monday's hiinnzapotis JouAnal: 

A lovz plot 0(5 amazA.ng Aomi^cations woi fizvzalzd by poli.cz and thz county attor- 
ney's o{^{yicz today when llinniz Bfiyan, aged 11, modishly dAeMzd and of, itAiking appzaA- 
ancz, was lockzd up in a cell in thz cJity jail on choAges o^ bigamy brought by John 
HeZZ, Ja.. , 5S yesvis old, wealthy AztiAzd iJoAmcA 0({ Hankinson, NV. 

Laaghtng scohn^uiZy, tiiz aubuAn ginZ, admitted according to dztzctivzi , that shz moAAizd 
thz ioAmeA so that shz could get $20,000 and Azjoin Ffiank Geitiickzy, an employzz o^ a 
nofith MinnzapolLi coal company, whom shz had mcuiAizd 12 days bz(,oAz. Shz lovzs Gewickzy 
shz told Vztzctive James Levzns and maAAizd HzlZ ^OA his monzy. 

THREE CALLED WOW AMP LOST 

StoAting ApniZ 4th, 1921, thz young woman has a stonmy matAimonial caAzeA, winning 

and losing thAzz husbands, according to heA story. 

She became acquainted with Hell, shz said, through "Cupid's Columns," a St. Paul 

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maXAAjnonLat papeA. Shz conAe6pondzd inilth him {^fiom koJi harm i.n Chanivte., Kanicu,. 

HdUi, a. vtZtfum o(^ thAtz ^ofmeA cx)nnuhiaJi ve.ntan.z6, and thz {,athzA. o£ 4 even 
chAJbifitn, viznt to Chanutz Zcu>t Max/ and woi 60 cha/mzd by thz young divofLCZZ...who 
had paAtzd ^fLom J. B. CZa/dz, hzA ^lfL6t 6pou6z a^tzA. a 6hofit and 6toAmy moAAlzd Li^z... 
that hz pfwpo6zd and woA aczzptzd. Thz wzaJithy iafmeA. tvztivmzd homz an engaged man 
and thAzz wzzki ZxxtzA hlA ^nanczz cxmz to hilnnzapoti/) to buy hzA tAou66zau bz^ofiz p-to- 
zzduig to Sl66zton, SV. \ 

LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT 

HzAz aczoJuiing to hzA 6toxy, 6hz mzt Gepxidizy, It wa6 tovz at (,lfi6t 6-ight and 
thzy wzKz moAAizd June )Oth, 6hz told dztzctivz6 Lzvzn6 and f^zdiam, who aAAz6tzd hzA, 
thz dztzctivz6 6atd. 

Two day6 ZatzA 6hz Zz^t thz b/u.dzg^oom and wznt to Dakota, dttznmlnzd, azcond- 
Zng to thz 6toKy, to win thz $20,000 HzJUi t6 6aAA to havz pAomi6zd hzn. ^oA moAAytng 
him, and thzn to KztuAn to Gmlckzy. 

Shz moAAizd HeZl at SZ66eXon on June 22nd. 

Untii Szpt. 13th, thz vztzAan agfu.zuZtuAaJUj>t thought hz had won a ^ond and 
^aAXh^uZ wt(Je. On that datz, howzvzA, 6hz tz^t Hankln6on, 06tzn6Zbly bound ^oA a 
\}AJ>lt to hzA homz. 

VIHVS mSSlUG BRIPE 

On Oct. 5Ad, Hzlt Azczivzd a tzJizgfum ^Aom UlnnzapoiL6, 6lgnzd by hi6 uii^z and 
a6klng ^OA monzy. HzZt bzaamz 6u6pl<u.ou6 and came to Hinneapoti6. He tnaczd thz tztz- 
gAam to 524 Szvznth St. So. and thzAz hz iound hi6 mi66'ing bfUdz, and, it aZZzgzd, 
6hoz6, 6ock6 and matceIZanzou6 appoAzt that nzvzA bzlongzd to him. 

VztzcXZvz6 on qu6tLonA.ng thz young woman wzaz 6o amazzd by hzA 6toAy that chaA.gz6 
0^ bigamy wzAz {/JLzd and 6hz wa6 piaczd In jalZ. 

Hztt, at thz county attonnzy'6 o^ilcz, today 6aid that hz t6 bzgtnntng to doubt 
thz pzAmanzncy o^ Aomancz. 

OH WELL 

Tuz6day'6 HinnzapotcS JoafmaZ: 

"Whzn a glAi ha6 two 6WzzthzaAt6, onz filch and onz pooA, and 6hz doz6n*t know 
which to moAAy, onz tlUng 6hz AhouZdn't do 16 to get moAAlzd to both, I did and Zo6t 
zvzAytlUng. But I am not di6couAagzd. I liavz anothzfi iweette -en VetAolt. He -16 
onZy 29 and ha6 $100,000. I havz nzvzA 6zzn him, but hz wKZtz6 wondzA^uZ ZzttzA6. 

So 6pokz hiinnlz BAyan, tiiz oubuAn-hatAzd young dlvoAczz, who ti hzZd Zn thz city 
jolZ whllz John HzZZ, zZd&AZy Hankln6on, MP., {^oAmzn. l6 huAAylng to ^ZZz bigamy chaAgz6 
agaln6t heA In that 6tatz. Thz young woman adnlt6 ^AankZy, with a tuilnkZz In hzA zyz, 
that 6hz moAAlzd ?Aank GEwlckzy, UlnnzapoZlb, ioK Zovz and that a^tzfi 12 day6, ZatzA 
6hz moAAlzd Hztt, who, 6hz 6ay6, pfwmUzd hzA $20,000 to waZk to thz aZtoA with him. 
Shz wantzd thz monzy, 6hz 6ald without hziltatlon, to fiztuAn to GziMlckzy, "my 6oZdleA 
boy." HzA 6chzmz iaJXzd whzn Hztt ^ound h^A hzAz wlXh Gmlckzy. 

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MET THROUGH MATRIMONIAL PAPERS 

"I wai in an ow^od ^x," ^e icuUi pAliontn. &cu.d mXh a. auz^uZ &mlZt, :(Jinoagh 
tilt baA& today. "I mzt both Geuiickty and HzZt through mafUmonlat papzAl. Thzy both 
camz to my komz toi/on, Chanute., KS., at thz 4,ajm time.. I wouZd izt ont on om night 
and thz otheA the. nejct. " 

"HeZi woi otdeA and nidi. GEtaickey woA young and good looking and I Zoved him. 
I didn't know what to do. I wanted HeJit& money and Gewickey' & love." 

"Finatty I decided to take a chance and moAAy both. I thought I couZd gei the 
$20,000, HelZ pAomUed me and Ketunn to the man I loved. So I ient HeZt back to Hank- 
in6on, pAomi&ing I would come to him. He le^t $50 in a Chanute bank ioA. my ticket. I 
moAXied GeMiickey June lOtk." 

LEFT TWO VMS AFTER WEWJNG. ... 

"Two dayh lateA I le^t him, laying I wai, going home. He nevcA knew about HelZ. 
He witl neveA ioAgive me ^on. thiM. He hain't come to iee me and I don't blame, him. I 
wouZd neve/i ^oAgive him i^ he. did to me what I have done to him." 

"But I wanted nice cZothei and money 6o we coiiLd enjoy ti^e. knd I wanted love. 
I took mt/ chance and hene I am. I've lo&t eveAyihing. 

WUi. SoAoh Schae^^eA, potice matron inteAjected a comment: 

"Oh, you don't ieeZ oa badly ai> all that," i>hz 6aid. "You told me that you had 
anotheA sweetie in VetAoit wiXh $100,000." 

"I have," iioid IMnnie Bnyan. "He i/> only 29 and he iJ> cAazy about me. 1(5 I 
eveA Qet oat od heAe I am going to moAAy him. I have neveA 6een him, but he wfiitei 
wondeA^ul leXteAS." 

"You' fie a AeguloA. vamp," 6aid M^. Schae^^eA. 

hiinnie EAyan &miled. She ha& been mafOiied thAee timeJ>. She wai divoKced by. 
J. B. ClxiAk at Chanute, WJ., in MoAch and moAAied Gewickey and HeZZ within thAee 

^°*^^^' HELL HOf^E THIS MORWING.... 

M^. Hell aHAived home thii moKning {,Kom Siiieton, wheAe he iwofie out a complaint 
again&t Minnie ioK bigamy. Inasmuch ai, the authohitiei have copiei oi moAAlage ceAt- 
i^cateA to both moAAiagei, dated but 12 day& apoAt, it would ieem a& if, theAe wai 
little chanqe ^oA the woman to eicape conviction. 

hiA. HelZ stated to the NEWS that Hinnie had planned to AetuAn to Hanhimon Monday 
uiing a AailAoad ticket which he had tent heA the latteA poAt of lait week. He ii of 
the opinion that Hinnie had at leait one confedeAate and that theiA plan wai to "hold 
him up" foA moAe money. 

The fUaZ of the woman foA bigoMiy ii expected to come up at a teAm of ciAcuit 
couAt at Siiieton in NovembeA. 

HANKINSON NEWS ************ OctobeA 12, 1922 



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CcLXd6 have, bzzn /Leccxued by {^AlcncU o^ the. bnlde. announcing thz manxiaQd of^ 
McAA ^gne^ UoJuj Tonath to Ma.. Vonatd L. Atklmon on Tatsday, Oct. 3fid, at ZLUUngA, 
MT. Thz bKidz. U, a daaghtzn. o^ Hn.. and Mw. 0. G. Vonath, ^onimAZy o^ tkii> city, 
and l6 Mztt and iavofuxbty krwwn heAe.. Thty voUZ make. thexJi home, in Champayign, IL. , 
and uxilt be at home, to thexJi i^lendi a^teM. Nov. 15th 
HANnWSON WEWS ************ OctobeA 12, I92Z 

kKthuA J. Sagvotd and Mci-i Anna Lte. o^ Mc Lead MeAz mafuvizd -In EfizckzYihtdgz, 
on Tuziady, Stpt. 5th. Both o^ the/>z young pe.opZz ofie. weZt and {^avoKabtejy known In 
Uc Le.od, vohtfie, thzy havz tivzd ioK iomz tlmz. Thzy uaiZZ ^aAm nzoA. Mc Izod and mJUi 
znteAtaln a loAgz numbzA. o^ theJji ^hlzndi at a dtnneA poAty at thzifi iJaAm homz, Satur- 
day zvzntng, Oct. 7th. ThzAJi many ^nlendl, MUh them zveAy happtnz&6. 

HMKINSON NEWS \}}yndmeAz Column OctobeA. 12, 1922 

TWO QUIET HOME WEWZNGS 
POLfUSS - ROEVER 

ijJzdnziday a^eAnoon at two o'clock, at thz patatlal couyvUiy homz oi thz bhldz' 6 
paAzntS In Bel^oAd Tovonihlp, Rev. R. HlZgzndok^ peAfiOhmzd thz ceAzmony that unltzd ^ofi 
lliz Mti4 E6s-ce ?otiui>& and Ma.. AfithuA UozdeA. Onty Immzdlatz Aelatlve^ o^ thz con- 
tAacttng paAtlzi weAz pAziznt. 

Fotiouung thz czAemony a wzddlng banquet wai izAvzd. 
. Thz btiidz Id a daugkteA o^ Ma. and Ma4. John C. Pol^uii, onz o^ Bel^ofid'i mo6t 
pnominent iamttizi, and gAzw to womanhood on thz homz ^afim. Shz l6 a choAming young 
lady and heA ^zndl, aAz only ILmitzd by thz clficlz o^ heA acqualntanceJ> . Thz gfujom 
lit an tndiiLtnloui, young man, -don o^ Ma. and Maa. Juliud RozdeA, and had thz Azdpzct 
and zdtzem o^ all. 

Thz young couptz vxilSmakz theJji homz with thz bfiidz'd poAzntd loh. thz pfizdent. 

************ 

■ WESTTHM - BIAVOW 

Thz moAnlagz o^ Hidd Etdtz Wzdtphal and C. W. BZadow wojd dotzmntzzd Tuzdday 
evening, Oct. 17th, at thz homz of^ thz bfudz' d poAzntd, fJA. and Ma4. Wm. Wz.dtphal, 
j'udt noAth ol thld city. Rev. C. ObzAdozdtzA peAfiOfmzd thz ceAemony -in thz pn.zdzncz 
0^ thz immzdlatz Kelatlvzd o^ thz young pzoptz. 

Thz cotvtAactlng poAlizd oAz well known -in thld vicinity wheAz both havz tivzd 
dincz childhood, thz bnldz being a daughteA o^ AIa.. and Ma.4. U'm. Wzdtphal and thz gA.oon 
a don 0(5 Ma4. HeAman Ramkz. Thzy havz many ^nizndd who aAz p^eoierf to zxtznd congfiat- 
ulationd and bzdt Mij>hzd. 

Ma. and Maa. Bladow wilt occupy thz HeAman Kamkz ^anm nzoA BelioKd, thz Ramkzd 
Amoving to Wahpeton to Kzdidz. 
HAUKT.HSOH NEWS ************ OctobeA IS, 1922 

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MATHIESOM - JEMTZ 

jkz manjicage. o^ Mc6A f-\ay h\atki.eJ>on o^ BoAnzy and Ma.. LauAzncz Jzntz o^ h^antadoft 
occu^zd Wtdnziday, OCt. Hth, thz ceAvnony be^ng p^fi^ofumd by Rev. R. HltgtndoKft cut 
St. John'6 Chu/Lch in Bzl^oAd. Only A.zZcuU.vt& o^ the, contAoctxng poAtlO) weAe pA.e4e/tC. 

Jhz bfu.de.' 6 dAtiA UX16 OjJ wivitz cnnton cAepe and 6he wo* attended by HUa lOiuzgeJi 
0(J BoAney 06 bnA.de6maid. KffieA the ceAemony the wedding poAty motoAed to the, home o^ 
the. bAA.de at BoAney wheAe a 6umptuoa& dlnneA waj, AeAved taith eZaboAjate pAedecoAxition&. 

The young couple have lived in the vicinity mo6t o^ theiA live^. The bAi.de i6 
a daaghteA o^ IAa. and Maa. Choi, f^athie^on o^ BoAney, the gAoom i6 a 6on o^ Ha. and 
Ma4. LoaL& C. Jentz o^ Hankin6on. Both oAe populaA and have a wide ciAcZe oi {^Alendi, 
and welZ vaiiheM. 

A^eA a bfUe^ wedding tAip to the citieJ>, Ha. and Ha&. Jentz will be "at home." 
to theiA ^Aiendi at HontadoA, wheAe the gAoom i6 in the implement buiintii. 

HANKJNSON WEWS ************ OctobeA 19, 1922 

Announcement/) oAe out o^ tlie appAoaching moAAi/ige o^ HiSA Lena GoegeA ^Aom heAe 
to Ha. Jo6.GilZti 0(5 Wohpeton. The moAAixige will take place next Tuesday at St. 
PeteA and Foul' 6 Catholic ChuAch o^ HantadoA. 

The bAA.de ie> a veAy pAomLnent young lady having 6pent mo&t oi heA day6 on a 
^oAm ahout ^ve miZei weiit o{^ tka> village. 
HANKINSOM NEDJS ************ OctobeA 19, 1922 

MtAA EitheA Kath, daugliteA o^ Ha. and Has. Wm. Kath o^ Tenny, MN. , woA moAAied 
Tuesday of, thl& week ot Campbell to Geo Age AlbeAt WeZi o^ South Haven, MW. A,5^eA 
the. ceAemony the happy young couple AetuAned to Tenny, wheAe a sumptuous wedding 
dinneA was seAved at the home o^ the bAlde's poAents. The neuilyweds le^t immedlatel.y 
^OA South Haven, wheAe they will make theiA home. 

The gAoom is a nephew 0|$ AlbeAt Weis, the land man o{, Wohpeton. 

HANKINSON NEWS FAZmOUKT COLUHM hlovembeA 2, J922 

LIFOVSKV - RAPLOFF 

One 0)5 Hankinson' s hustling young busine^s men peApetAated a suApAise on his 
dAiends tills week when he slipped quietly away to Hinneapolis and was moAAled, the 
bAA.de being a well known young lady of, the LidgeAwood neighboAhood. The gAoom li no 
otheA than FAedeAick R. Radio U ond the bAide Fose Ann Lipovsky, and both weAe boAn 
in Richland County and have Aesided heAzall thelA lives. The ceAemony was peA{,oAmed 
at hiinneapoloi on Honday, Nov. 6th, and a^teA a shont honeymoon the young couple wiZl 
be "at home" to theiA {^niends in this city. 

The bnide ii> a daughteA oi$ Ma. and t-iAS. Anton Lipovsky, pAominent ^oAmeAi neoA 

LidgeAwood, and ijt, populaA with a laAge ciAcle o^ ^Aiends thAoughout this paAt o^ 

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the. cjounty. The. gfioom l& a 6on oi Ma., and WiA. Tfizd UAdloU o^ thAJ, city., a ^ofimeA 
6eAVA.cz man, and commctndi the. A.e6pzct and z&tzesn oi aXJL {flK hl6 AteALLng peA&onaaZ 
quaLitieJ>. 

A ho&t 0|5 {^xitndi oAe pZexazd to extend conQfuxtidaXAj}n& and bzl>t uii&h&& to thz 
loofithy young cowptt. 

HANKWSOU NEWS ************ hlovejnbeA 9, 1922 

WWiiam IfaAquaJidt, tivtng acA066 the fu.veA tn Hinne/>ota. uiith P. 0. addKeJ>6 
VaVmount, woa maAAied at LidgeAiMjod on Tuesday Nov. 7th, Zn thz LutheAan ChuAck to 
Ul66 Hilda HeyeA o^ that placz. WaJUL, valU. AeXuAn v^Xh hle> bfiide. and thzy uilZZ make. 
theAA home on the ^oAm tn IAinne.6ota, wheAe they havz the. bz&t tuci^e* o^ theJA {^ntendA. 
HANKWSON NEWS FAIRMOUWT COLUMN NovembeA 16, 1922 

SCHENCK - BENNETT 

Re^tdenti 0(J zveAy cohneA and towmhip o^ TUchtand County mJU. mu,& the iamiLijaA 
vij>AXl> oii E. Viola oi tiiz Globz and heA titttz yeJUiovo hoaditeA next AummeA. Fo/t the. 
enteApfuJiing and populaA Globe {fietd Za.dy ha& ^ofuaken heA job and Jii> now a. bfCidz, 
hcLvtng bzen moAfiLed at EfieckenAidgz Za6t Tuziday to HeAbeAt A. Bennett. Thz ceAemony 
MU peA^oAined by Rev. ChanZe^ VavZe^ o^ the Baptist ChuAdi at BfieckenAldge and lateA 
on woA duZy ceZebfiated by thz people, o^ Kent vlUagz. We villi mli,6 E. Viola and heA 
little yeUiovi wagon, and had ihz consented to enteA thz {^leld oi politics Instead o£ 
matAlmony it Is well within thz boundi o^ po6ilbllity that ihz might now be SheAi^^- 
eZzct 0^ Richland County on. even have a &eat on the. County Boahd. Anyway, the hundAeds 
0^ ^Alends 0^ E. Viola thtoughout Richland and Wilkin counties zxtend congratulations 
and bzst wishes to E. Viola and husband. 

HANKJNSON NEWS ************ NovembeA 30, 1922 

VAHL - HEUTI 

hUj,s Jo&ephine Vahl, daughteA o^ hlKS. L. Hendnlckson o^ Roiholt, and Va. Roy 
W. Hentz, son o^ Ma. and hViS. TeteA Hentz o^ Elma TownAhlp weAe united in moAnlage 
at the home 0(J tlie bnldz'^s motheA last Wednesday. Rev. Wlckman, PastoA. o£ the Nonwe.- 
glan LutheAan ChuAch peA^oAnied the ceAesnony. 

The bhide wai attiAed In a beautl{^ul gown of^ white -satin tAimmed with whitz lacz, 
and coAAlzd a bouquet o^ chnysthemums and pink A.oszs, and was attended by UiSA EstheA 
Hentz, a 6isteA o^ the gfioom. Thz gfioom was attended by Ufi. HaAdas Vahl, a bfiotheA 
o£ thz bfilde. 

The bfildz is a young lady whoAz chafwiing gfiaczs and attnactlve peASonality 
make heA beloved and adnvined by a lofigz clAclz of^ ^filends. Thz gfioom woA fieoAed and 
gfiejw to manhood In Elma Township a)id Is well and ^avonablzy knowr\heAe. 

A{^eA the ceAetiwny a ^umptuoas 5 o'clock wedding dlnneA wa.s seAvzd at thz home 
0(5 thz bftldz'6 motheA neoA Roiholt, about thlAty- {^Ive guests being pfizsznt. Out o^ 
town guests weAz Uls.s Helen Stowz o^ VaJigo; Ufi. AlbeAt AndeASon 0($ l^oofizhzad, and Mfi- 

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Wojii Vahl 0^ Weyitbij, Wlicon&Zn. 

TheAJi many ^ximcU, join In wl&hbig th^ a long tiiz, happlm66 and pAo&peAl^y 
vxLthout mzoiuAz. 

HANKJNSON NEWS * *********** NouemteA 30, J 922 

A imMJjiQZ Ziczn&e. wa^ l&iutd Zaj>t votzk to Vfumk L. KitchzneA and EZJizabzth 

V-Lx LambzAt, both o^ VoAjmount. Ua.. tCLtckzneA and kU bfUdz oAe to conduct tht 
Rlcktand Hotel at FalAmount. 
HAWKIWSOW HEWS ************ NovewbeA 30, 7922 

Ma.. Roy Hantz and Aic64 Joiep^ne VahZ weAc moMlzd -in Roihott on WzdnoAday, Nov. 22nd. 
A wedding iuppeA wai, -6cAued at 6 PM. HexiAty congfiatatatton& to the young peoptc. 

Gfidzndalz Column NovmbzA 30, 7922 

Mc44 Anna M. VuAnan. and WalteA W. Kath, both OjJ Ttnny, UN., weAe maAAlcd on 
WzdneJiday, Nov. 15th, at that placz. Tht happy young couple. oAe quZte poputax. and 
theUi host 0(5 ^KlendA extend congfiatulatlon& . 

VaJjmount Column NovembeA 30, 7922 

'TWAS AWOTHER E. VIOIA THAT COmiTTEV WORmONV 
Report 0({ Globe' 6 Glhlt,' i, UafoUage La&t Week WoA PAematuAe, At Lea&t. . 

When MoAk TMuin wa6 tn Eutope yeoAi, ago a AepoAt o^ hli death wai pKinted In 
leading nwi>papeM o^ thLl> countAy. Mank came back In a cablegfiam uiith the chaAact- 
eAl&tic statement that "the AepoAt o^ my death It, gAo66ly exaggzAoted." And yeaA& 
lateA, In the yeaA o{, A.V. 7922, E. Viola Sckenck, 6he oi the little yellow AoadsteA 
and Aunny dl&poiltlon, paAapliAo&eA the ImmoAtal UoAk In a letteA to the NEWS, denying 
the KepoAt o{^ heA moAAlage which woi pAinted In this papeA laj>t week. 

All OjJ which goe& to show that one should neveA jump at concZuJ>loni> . Now we 
took It ioA granted that theAe woi one, and only one, E. Viola. TheAe^oAe when we 
heoAd OjJ the maAAiage o^ E. Viola Schmitz at: BAeckenAidge Zait wee^^we quite natuAoll 
a&sumed that It wai Rlcliland County's E. Viola, known to eveAy man, woman and chiZd 
thAoughout the length and bAeath of, this county. But the Globe's E. Viola denies 

that she Is moAAled and she suAely ouglit to know. She wa6 a bAidesmald at the 

wedding o^ a {^Aiend, E. Viola Schmitz, bat still Aetalns heA single blessedness and 
will Aemaln at home neaA Kent., MM. , duAing tiie wlnteA at least. 

We t&ndefi a humble apology to all. paAtles entitled to the same both the E. 

Viola's Aeal gAoom and the pAospectlve. gAoom. Uistakes will happen In the best Aeg- 
ulated 0(5 {fOmilieJ) and we suAely would not be a panty to moAAylng o^ the Globe's E. 
Viola against heA will, wish and consent. 

HANKINSON NEWS ««»***»,»««» VecembeA 7, 7922 

WAWEK - AMTEJCEK 

The maAAiage o^ ULss FloAence Wanek, daughten. o^ Ma. and hlAS. Joseph Wanek, 

TyleA doAm Aesldents and Al^Aed Uatejeck o£ this city was solemnized at 10 o'clock 

Tuesday mo/mlng In BAeckenAidge by the Rev. ChoAles VavleS , PastoA of^ the Baptist Chi 

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The. cUZejidafvt& weAz Htlz bfUde.'^ 6Aj>teA, Mj>6 EvzZyn WaneJi clucL M/l. Matejcete'4 
bKotkzfi, W-Wiiam Matzjazk. A weddtng cUnmA. woA ieA.vtd cut the. Wanek homz. 

Ma., and Mw . hkUejcek uieAe. bonn and KeaAzd -in RlchZand County. They uUZt make 

tkeJJi homz on thz l^atzjczk homz nzaJi Tytzn. Wahpeton G-Lobz. 

HANKJNSON NEWS FaOunount Column VzcembeA 7, 1922 

Twoi bnotheM took i-Utzu a& bfu.deA at UooKeXan Wzdnzsday mofuung when thz 
Rev. Jo6zph BeAnoAjd, a b)wthzfi o^ thz bfUdzi, unltzd PzteA J. and TAarJi GiAodat and 
thz HU6Z6 Hzdwlg 6. and lofiztta. M. BeAnaAd -in wzdlocJz. flUi Hedwig being moMXizd to 
VeXzA and Mc44 Lofietta bzcamz thz ini^z o^ ¥fiay±. 
HANKINSON NEWS WyndmeAz Cohmn VzczmbeA 7, J922 

mCHLV MARRIEP A€RR/ MIWNIE 

kZJizgzd Matfujnoniat Ad\)entuA.z& Ji KcquLttzd oi Zigamy at SZi-ieton.. . 

Hinnlz Bfiyan-CZaAk-Gewlckzy-HeJtZ, 3fi., whoi>z mat/Umoniat adveyvtuxzi cuZmlnatzd 
Zn hex oAAzit a ^ew wzeJi6 ago at thz Imtigatlon o^ John Hztt, Jk. , 0(J this city, 
voa6 acqulttzd o^ thz choAgz o^ bigamy In dl&tAlct couAt at Sl6Aeton laAt weefe. Thz 
pAX)6zcutlon ialtzd to zitabllih by compztznt zvldzncz that UeAAy Uinniz had zveA. bzzn 
moMlzd pfiloK to heA alZlancz Mith Mt. HelZ. 

Thz coAz attfiactzd a Lot oi attention thhoughout thz nofithu}z6t and Hanklmon 
pzoplz had a spzclaZ InteAz&t In thz aa&z oA thz dzftZndant woi a ^amlLLoA. ^guAz on 
ouA. i>txzttl> duftlng thz pa&t AiunmeA. whzn &hz llvzd heJiz ai thz vil^z oft Ua. HztZ. Thz 
loltovilng fiejpoit o^ thz tJilat li, taken ijAom thz Sliizton CounleA'- 

On Monday o^ thli weefe duAing thz tAcal o^ Hinniz Bfiyan-CtaAk-GeJMickzy-Hztt, 3a. 
notoAioul, ioA heA zottzctlon o{^ husband, z&pzclaZZy thz tost tuoo, zvzn standing Aoom 
was taken and thz cAowd oveA- {,lowzd Into thz coAnldoA; and duAlng thz a^teAnood Azczss 
veAy ^eju) te^t thzlA ptaczs ^ox {^zoa of^ Losing thz opportunity to hzoA thz pteas o^ 
thz attorneys. 

Hinnlz 0^ Clianutz, KS., uxu choAgzd vxiXh unZoLO^uLiy having moAAizd John HzLi, Ja 
oi Hanklnson, UV., whlLz laiM{,uLty moAAled to TAank Geinickey In ColoAado. AttoAnzy C. 
R. Joh.gznson defiendzd Uinniz, voho to judge (jAom /LunioA. and gossip Is aLtzged to havz 
had moA.z ha&bands than thz Zoia) oLLoim. Thz State pfiovzd heA. moAAiagz to John HeLL, Jh 
but ialtzd to pAovz heA LaujiuLLy moAAlzd to Tfiank Geuilckzy. This ca.se was hoAd foughi 
with dz{,znda}tt' s attofinzy ^iQlitlng zveAy Inch o^ .thz way, noising numeAous obj'zctlons 
to the admlssab-LLity o^ the evldzncz o^ieAzd by the state, and ^InaLiy showing that 
thz state liad not pfiovzd a taw^uL moAAlagz to Thank Gewlckzy. Thz plea o£ thz defend- 
ant's attohney was logical and convincing. The. j'tiAy very shortly KetuAned a veAdlct. 
of not guilty. The fltst ballot was 11 foK acquittal and 1 blank. Upon the second 
ballot all weAz unanimous. 
HANKJNSOM NEWS ************ PecmbeA U, 1922 

A message fAom Spokane, WA. , announced the moAAlagz of H. C. JoAgznson, fofmeA 
agent of thz N. P. Line heAz, to a populoA young lady of TeAtlle, MM. Thzy wzAz 

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moAA^e-d cut f>\oonJitad a wkiZz ago and oAe. on theMi way to Lo6 Ang^Zc^, CA. , to Aptnd th 
m.nteA. HzAt'i many hzaAty wtAKeA ^on. a iang and happy tiit and congnatuJtation6 ^m 
kii many pLie.nd&. 

HAMKWSON NEWS »*«»»«««»«»♦ VtcmbeA 21, 1922 

MUEHLER - BUCK 

Thz moKfujigz oi John F. UazhZtn. o^ G^zendaZz Town6hA.p, and Hi66 BeAtha Buck o^ 
La Mom TouinihA.p occuAAzd at thz Gzfman LutheAan ChuJich in Hankin6on, at 1:30 o' ctock 
ChnAj>tmai> Vay, the. cfivnony b(u.ng peA{^ofirm.d by Reu. J. P. Ktau&ZeA. The wzdding wa6 
ZoAgeZy attzndtd, ovcA {fil^b} admOung yu.tnde> and mlghbou we/ce pA.z6tnt. 

Thz bnZde. woAe a dAt&l o^ wkLtz cAzpe. de. chine, and coAXied a bouquet o^ ho&eJ> 
and cannatU.on6 and wa& attended by heh. 6-il>teA, Hiii kdeJUba Buxik, and Hi66 BeAXha 
Piuehlfi, 6-i6teA 0^ the gAoom. The bfildeMnaxdi woAe dAeMti oi yeJUiow oAgandie and 
caAAied bouquetA o^ caAnatU.on& and ^eAni. 

The ghoom vooi, attended by kl& bAotheA, Henfiy MuekteA, and CtementA Buck, a 
bAotheA 0^ the bAlde. 

A^teA the ceAemony the wedcicng poAty AepaiAed to the home oi the bAyLde'6 
poAenti, wheAe a bounti^ai Aepa&t wa6 AeAved and a Aoclat a^teAnoon and evening uxu 
e.njoyed. The happy coupZe weAe the AecA.pi.etvU> o^ numeAouA wedding gi(^tt,-and iZnceAe 
congAotalationi . 

The. bAide 16 a daughteA oi M^. and Wk>. John Buck oi la Moaa Township and the 
QAoom aj> a ion o^ Ma&. WiZLiam f^\uehZeA. Both buide and gAoom weAe bofm and AeoAed 
■in thJj) cormunUiy and oAe weZZ known ioA theJiA exceZZent tAaZt6 o^ choAacteA and 
Likeable quaZitiei. 

The gAoom hai Aented the. BnltXon {^aAm In GAeendaZe township wheAe the happy 
coupZe wZZt make thelA home. 

yULETIPE WEWING 

A veAij pfisJJjj chuAch wedding occuAAed Tuesday, Vec. 27th, when Hiii, VoAa WuaZ 
0^ GAeendaZe became the bnlde oi 1\a. AdoZph FetAlch oi EZma. The ceAemony wai peA- 
ioAmed by Rev. J. P. KZaa&ZeA at the LutheAan Chwich in the pAe^ence o^ about 25 
AeLative^ and Invited gaeJ>t6. 

The bAide woAe a gown o^ bAown meMoZine and coAAled a bouquet o^ tiZZieJ> o^ 
the vaZZey. She wa& attended by heA iZ&teA, Annie WuaZ, cut, bAideJ>mcu.d, who coAAied 
a boaqae.t o^ Aed Aoie^. The gnoom' 6 beJ>t man waj, TAed PetAtch, a couiZn. CongAot- 
uZationA and an in{,oAmaZ Aeceptton ^oA ttie young coupZe ^oZtowed the ceAejnony. 

The bAide l6 a daughteA o^ Ha. and Ma6. Wm. WanZ, pAominent AciZdentl, o{, GAeen- 
daZe and hcu, Acilded In RtchZcuid County oJUi heA ti^e. She -U a deAeAvedZy popuZoA 
among the ciAcZe o^ heA acquatntanceJi . The. gAoom Zs an Znda&tAtou!, young ianmeA who 
caj7ie heAe ^Aom Jowa with kii paAenti about 12 yeoAi ago. He Zi weXZ and ^avoAabZy 
known. 

The nepjZywedi wcZZ Acilde on the gAoom' 6 iatheA'i i^"-'^ which he hoi Aented f^oA 

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tilt coming 4ea6on. Tkt Weui6 joln& thtOi ixvigt CAJicZt o{^ {,Altnd& In extending but 
Ml6ht& ^OA. a long and happy manAlzd Li^e.. 

HAhlKWSON NEWS ************ PecembeA 2S, 192 

KtnneMi CZaAkz, a 6on o^ Ma., and UfU. John CtoAke., oi tkii city, wcw Aecejvttt/ 
mvtAltd at LoaUzviLtz, KY, wheAe hz li, AupeAAjitzndznt oi a paint iactoKy. He and 
kilt bfiidz oAfiivtd on Taz&day moAtUng ^oA. a v-U-iX. viith kii pafizntA. 
HANKIUSON NEWS LJVGERWOOV COLUm Vzcmbzt 28, 192 



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STRUBEL - SIEMSE 

Ha>.& Ladle. SiAubzZ and M^. ChxUi. SXzmz oi KbeAdtzn, SV. , wzAt majini.zd In that 
<uXy on b}e.dm6day, Pec. 27th. 

Tht bAA.de. -ci a daughteA. o^ M^u and MM. GzofiQe. StfwheZ and Jj> a mo6t eMtimabte. 
young lady. Thz gfioom l& a toeZi knoim. canttaxitoA. o^ Abttdttn and at pfieJ^ent han, tht 
contAoxit ^oK the biUZding o^ a lange. 4>tAuctuxe. loK a school ioK tht ^e.zbZe. minded at 
Gfw.{yton, tkl& ^tate.. Ufu and Hu. SZen6z aA.e at p^e^ent makZng thexx home at Gfvaffion 
and expect to KemoLn theAe untiZ. the comptetxon o^ the ichool biuJbdlng. 

The bfujde hoi many {)fu.end6 heAz who join -in laLiikLng the nzui&ywzd6 a moit happy 
and pfio&pz>w{jbS> jouAnzy thnough ti^z. 
HAMKINSON MEWS ************ January 4, ?923 

WoAd urn, fLZczlved In thl& city a ^ew dayi ago that Unk. Vzanz, iofmznJbj oi thi& 
city, now fizkldiyig at long Bzach, CA., uxu maxftizd theAz thz tatteA paKt oi PecembeA. 
HMKJNSON MEWS ************ January 11, 1923 

GREEM — BUUVE WEWIMG TUESVAV 
Vfiomlnznt Hanktn&on GVit Becomes Bfujdz oi Ulnnzapotu Man... 

An eJiahonatz chanch wedding oczuAJizd Taziday mofming at St. PhlZip'A Chiuch when 
MciA Evangetinz M. Gn.zzn o^ tha> city bzcamz thz bfu.de o^ M^. HaHAif Ha/ifilion Baddz o^ 
hU.nnzapoLi6 . 

Thz czKemony woi, peA^ofunzd by Rev. Jo4. F. Studnlcka at 9 AM In thz pAz&zncz o^ 
Kzlativzi oi the couple. Hi66 lona U. Hzaji ptayzd Lohzngfiln' & bfildaZ. chofuii aj> pfwcziA- 
lonaZ and Mzndel&hon' 6 Wzdding Manch oi Kzczi6i.onat. Thz bfiidz wai> ottiAzd In a bzaut- 
i-lut peoAt gfiay canton cAepe gown, eZaboAotzty fUmmzd with 6tezt bzad^ and won.z a gfuuj 
pi-ctuAz hat. Shz woAz a cofiiagz o^ oKcKid^, bfii.de fioizi, and ZilZizi o^ thz vaLtzy. 
Mc6A CatheAlne L. GfLzzn, mold o^ honofi and 6l6teA o^ thz bfildz, wofiz a dank bZuz tAtco- 
tinz dfLzii and changzabZz taf^^zta hat. Shz wofiz a coh&agz o^ vlotzti, Aoiz& and ZlZLizii 
OjJ thz vaJUzy. 

Thz gfioom wai, attendzd by Edmund GAzzn, bfiothzn. o^ thz bnldz, a^ beAt man. Tottow- 
i.ng thz chuAch i,zKvijcz thz bfitdaZ panty fizpalAzd to thz homz oi thz bntde whztz oiump- 
toui wzddLng dinnzA wot, 6eAvzd at douA PM., thz guz&ti being Azlatl.vzi and immzdiatz 
{jAiendi 0(5 the newtywzdi. 

Thz bnJAe Id one ol Hanki,n6on' 6 bzi>t known and moit popuZoA young ladizi, having 
gAown to womanhood in ouA city. Shz l& a daixghtzA oi Ua. and Wikf John GAzzn, pionzzA 
Azi>idznt&. Highly talzntzd a& a ma&lcian, 6hz haj, dzvotzd much time to pzA^zcttng hzn. 
ability OA a pianUt and has Az^a&zd numzAoui o^^^eAi to zntzA thz pAoiz&6ionaZ Aanki. 
Shz li dzizAvzdly popuLoA with a loAgz ciAclz o^ iAlzndi thAcughout this i,zction o{i thz 
countAy. 

Thz QAoom ij> a pAomi&ing young man, being engaged in thz dAug bu&inzi6 in hlinnzap- 
olii, and hoi a mat pAomi6ing iutuAz. 



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The uizdcLuig g^iJ^tA weAe nimeAoai, ana bdMuUf^iUi, -cnu-uxung a ractia/ia oauy ynana 

ptano £A^m tkz bmLdz' 6 ^amiZy. 

KiteA a. bfUz^ vozddJbig toon., Ak.. and Hu. Buddz mZt be "at homt" at 114 W. GAont 
St., UinmapoiAJ,. 

f/ANKIWSOM NWS ************ JanuoAy IS, 1923 

A quiet uozddlng, 60 qiu,et, in ^act, that only a ijew ^fUznds weAe au)aA.z o^ Itb 
occuAAzncz. . .1006 6oZemUztd 6orm tune, ago whzJ^ Wi6. E. K. Kfiuzgzn. become tht bfiidz o^ 
RobeAt Homing. Thz bhAjLz t6 a piomeA oi tkiJ> 6zction, bzlng bz6t known a Wi6. Bfuumond, 
and tkz gnoom ha6 KZ6tde.d in tki6 vZcxjiity iofi 6omz tunz. 

A^tzn. a 6hoHt honzymoon at tkz homz o^ tkz bfiidz'6 bfiotkzfi, HzAman Tfumz, 60uthwzit 

0^ town, thz nejwlywzd6 ahvz 6zttZ.zd down to hoii6zkzzping In Hankcn6on. 

************ 

Kz66zt Thoma6 6Wvpfu6zd hl6 iamity and ifu,znd6 by oAtlving homz Thu/i6day zvzning 
with a bAidz. Hz ho6 bzzn ZjnpZoyzd at Thizi R^veA Tatt6, MM., ^ofi 6omz timz and tkzfiz 
thz fwmanzz bzgan that culminatzd thz moMiagz o^ Ma. Thorm and Hc66 Ro6z Syvzuon at 
HinnzapoZii on Jan. 19th. 

Thz young toapZz wzfiz thz fizcJ.piznt6 o^ hzxvity congKotuiationi by Hankin6on {^Hlznd6 
and oAz 6pznding thzAJi honzymoon with thz gloom' 6 pajiznt6, M. and VJi6. Gzo. H. Thoma6 
0^ thi6 city. Latz/L thzy witt fiztvAn to Thizi RivzA Tatt6 to fizjiidz. 
HMUHSOH mis ************ Tzbhuany 1, 1923 

LawfLzncz Kai&zn. o^ thz Whitz Hock nzighbonhood, quitz wzlZ known hz/tz, wa6 mafOiizd 
at New Ei^ington on Wzdnz6day o^ ta6t wzzh, hii bhidz bzing Ui66 Maty Vzumontgzn oi that 
pZacz. Thz czfizmony took pZacz in thz Hzvo E^^ington Catholic ChuAch at 9 o'clock in thz 
moKning and a wzdding dinnzA wa6 6ZAvzd at thz bhidz'6 paxznti homz at noon. Hfi. KaAj>zfi 
i6 thz 6on ojj UfL, and Uu. PztzA Kai6eA and ha6 many ^xiznds hzAz. Pa. and Un6. Kai6zA 
wiiZ tivz on a ^anm nzoA Whitz Kock. 
HANKWSON MEI^S ************ TzbfuxaAy S, 1925 

TWO WEWWGS AT mTTAVOR 

In St. ?zteA and Paul' 6 ChuAch at MantadoK on Feb. ISth, at thz houA oi 8:30 AM 
Hi6i ElZzn G. HUtag, daaghtzu o^ CoKl Uittag o^ Gxzat Bend, bzcamz thz bnldz oi GzoKgz 
J. SchZznzt oi VantadoK, 6on oi Wii>. F. E. SchlznzA o{, that placz. 

Thz bnidaJi a66i&tant6 wzAz Ma. Schlznzfi' 6 6i6tzfi and bKothzA, \li66 Vfiibczlla and 
Zzn SchlznzA. AitzA tkz czAzmoniz6 a wzdding bfizakioit wa6 iztvzd at thz homz o^ Ma., and 
Maa. Jo6zph VztzUckick, bfwthzA-in-lau and 6i6teA o^ thz bnidzgnoom. 

Tuz&day moAning in St. FztzA and Paul' 6 ChuAch with thz^Rzv. En.. Wilkzi oHidatung 
thz wzdding o{, UI&6 MagdaZzna Pau6ch o^ Mantadofi, daughtzn. oi Loui& Pau&ch, and WzAbznt 
UzppzA ol EoAnzy took placz. Attzndanti weAz Hiii Agnzi Pau6ch and Vincznt Nzppzt. A 
izczption ioltowzd thz chuAck czAzmoniz6. Ma. and Maa. WeppeA oAe to livz neoA UantadoK 
on tkz ioAm ownzd by Wi6. John SzZlnzA. 
HANKJMSON NEWS ************ EzbfiuaAy 15, 1923 

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POPULAR TEACHER MARRIEP MOWPA/ 
hlina. M. Nelson Wtddzd to l^yto E. EmmzAiorL, VomeA Hankln&on Ruldznt 

Tht moAAiagz o^ Hem. M. Httion to Mylo E. ErmeASon was 6otmnlzzd at Wakpzton 
Monday, and a^teA a b^z£ honejfnoon thz bnldt viUZ KdtiiAn to Hankimon and Aume. htt 
diitlu oi a tzacheA Zn tht pubtic ichooti ^ofi tht balance, o^ the. yexxA. 

The. bAA.de. ii> vieZl known and dt6eAve.dZy popuZoA, being the. only child o^ Hfi. and 
Mw. SUa6 Hum oi this dty. She. hoi bten a teacheA In ouA public ichooU ion heveJual 
yeoAi. Kt tht tmt thU countAy tnteAtd tht WoAld WaA, 6ht moAAltd Tuank Helton, tht 
{ilAit HankAJU>on man to At&pond to tht dAa^t, and two wttki, JbxttA ht was calltd to tht 
tnalnlng camp and ZateA was kltttd in actxon In Thanct. Wis. Helson has always madt 
htA home with hex paAtnts. 

Tht gKoom Is also well known, beJjig tht son o^ Wi. and Wis. C. EmmeASon, who ioA- 
mzAly Atsldtd east o^ Hankinson but now tivt at VeXAoJU, UN. Ht was a misslonaAy In 
kifilca. iofi stveAal ytaAS, and AttuAntd to this countAy about 12 ytaAs ago. Recently ht 
has bttn acting as ^eld saltsman ^oA a cattlt conceAn at Vallty CUy. 
HANKINSON NEblS ************ ^^^ ^^ ^^^3 

POPULAR COUPLE WEVS 

Tutsday, Uay Ind, at S ?U In tht a^teAnoon, Rev. Robinson ptAf^ofmtd tht ceAemony 
that jolntd in mvuUagt CoAxi B. tAtdenwaldt and HaAAy 6. WohneA, both oi this city. 
Tht moAniagt occuAAtd at foAgo and was witnesstd by tht daaghteAS 0^ tht o{f^clatlng 
pastoA. Tht bAldt wo At a gown o^ palt gAten canton cAtpt with hat to match. 

This bAlngs tht culmination 0^ a fwmanct o£ moAt than passing InteAtst to tht 
ptoplt 0^ ouA city. Tht contAactlng pontics weAt boAn and Aalstd heAt and have a wldt 
clAclt o{, ^Altnds thAoughout this stctlon. Tht bAldt Is a daaghteA 0^ Wi. and Wis. 
HeAman l^tdenwaldt, plonttAS 0^ GAttndalt Township, and Is dtstAvtdly populoA with all 
who knew heA. 

Tht gAoom Is tht only son o£ hiA. and Wis. FAtd WoAneA, who oAt among tht ilASt 
Aesldtnts o£ ouA city. Ht gAew to manhood among us and at tht oatbAeak 0^ tht Wo Aid 
WoA, tnlisttd In Hanklnson's Company L, seAvlng loA thAtt ytoAS oveAStas as a rptmbtA 
oi tht 163Ad Ambulance Company. At tht clost 0^ hostltLtles ht enteAtd Into poAtntA- 
shlp with his iatheA In tht gaAagt business heAt. 

A^teA a bAlti wtddlng tAlp to tht homt oi tht gAoom's slst^ at VlAglnia, MW. , 
tht young couplt will AttuAn to Hankinson and make thtlA homt with tht gAoom's paAtnts. 
Tht News joins with thelA many ^Altnds In txttndlng congAatulatlonS and best wishes. 
HANKINSON NEWS ************ May 3, 7923 



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VEAN CHAPTN MARRIEP 

WoAd UX16 Ke.cQA.vzd htfie. thl& weefe o^ ihe. moMMigz o^ Vzanz I. Chapln, ttdz^t 6on 
0^ M^. and M/ii. W. J. C^poi, o^ tki6 CAXy. Tht happy zveM. occuAJizd on May 17th at 
Kath^yn, HV., the. bAJAz beAng Hiii LiUu S.uimon& o^ that ptacz. Ho dttOAJti havz been 
Ktczivtd btyond tholz g^ven abovz. 

Vzanz l& a Hanfun&on natlvz and pAactLcaZly his> zntUiz ti^z has bzzn 6pznt -in 
thU city. Hz li now ejrtployzd In thz NoKthzAn ?acl{flc dzpot at iiJhzatZand, tW. , and 
thz young couplz valiZ makz thzOi homz at that pta.cz. A ho&t o^ Hankimon ^Kiznds aKz 
pleased to zxtznd congKatuZ£Ltion6 and bzit Ml&hz&. 

HANKWSON WEWS ************ May 24, 7923 

KJEfFEH-SCHJLU WEWJMG 

Thz mwUagz oi hUj>& SaiZz SchiZtz and M^. " Klz^^zA. vxu, iotzmrvizzd at St. 

?hitip'6 Chu/ich at 9 M Tuesday moA/Ung in thz pKzizncz o^ a loAgz gathering o^ -invitzd 
^fUznds and fiztativzs. Thz czfizmony was pzt^oAmzd by Rev. Jo&. F. Studnidm and at 
■itl) concZusZon thz wzdding pahty . K-zpaVizd to thz paZatiaZ countAy homz of, thz bnldz'i 
paAzntA, Wi. and Ufii. John SchiZtz, Zn EZma, wfieAe a big xzczption thAoughout thz 
a^zAnoon and zvzning uiith opzn hou&z {,oA thz zntiAz countAy&ldz. 

Thz wzdding wai onz o^ thz bZg i>ociaJi event* oi thz nzighbohhood whzAz thz bAidz 
waji boAn and gAim to womanhood. HzA paAznti oAz aswng thz'^EZim. plonzzu and thz bfiidz 
Z& wldzty known and dzizAvzdZy populoA. Shz Zs thz only daxigktzA and thz wzdding ^z&t- 
ivZtiz& wzAz on a Zaviih 6caZz, bAAJigZng to cZJbnax a pAztty Aomancz -in which thz popuZoA 
bAidz hcL6 thz bz&t Miihz& and congAatuZaticni> o^ a hx>6t o^ ^^Zznd&.Thz gAoom Zi> an Znduit- 
Aiou& young loAmzA ofj nzoA Roihott and Z& ^oAtunatz -in hi& iztzct>ion o^ a tiizmatz. 

Thz young couplz wiZZ go to houizhzzplng at oncz on thz ^nz ioHm which thz gAoom 
hai) Azntzd nzoA Roiholt. 
HANKINSOH WEWS ************ May 31 , I9Z3 

POLTUSS - BLA.VOW WEWWG 

A pAztty homz wzdding occuAzd on Wednesday, Uay 30th at thz countAy homz o^ Un. 
and M^. John C. ?ol{,ai>6 in Bzl^oAd Township whzn thziA daughtzA HzZzn M. un6 united 
in maAAlagz to ThzodoAz J. Bladow. Thz czKZJnony was pzAf^onmzd by Rev. J. P. Klau&lzA 
at St. John's ChuAch and was attended by aZZ AzZMtiveloi the contAacting panties. 

The bfiZde woaz a gown o^ white satin axnton cAzpe and cjoAjCied a bouquet o{^ Aoszs 
and pansizi. She was attended by Hiss Minnie KAause and Miss Lena Zladow, thz {^oAmeA 
a cousin 0^ the gAoom and the ZattzA a sisteA of, the gAoom. The gAoom had as best man 
his bAothzA Henny Etadow and khthuA Weiss, a cousin. The wedding moAch was played by 
Wm. KzZZey. 

TmmediateZy af^zA thz impAessivz czAemony thz wzdding paAty AepaiAed to the home 
0^ the bnide whzAe a Aeception was heZd ioA the neMy weds, the guests being KegaZed 
by a bounteous Aepast. 

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The young couple havz been {,A^zndi and lovzAi, i-cnce cJuZdhood and ZhdAji maAAAjige. 
Li, thz cjudbruMxtAjon o^ a pKeXiij /iomanc&. Thz bfUde. aj> a. daaghteA o{^ Ma., and Aiw. John 
C. FoZ^uii, and Z6 a yoimQ tody o^ rnant/ accomptZ&fmzrU^ and a. happy dl&po6-(Jxon that 
makt& hzA a ^avoKltt uuXh alt. The. gAoom l& a &on o^ Hfi. and M'lA. Choi. Zladow and aj> 
fLZipzctzd by alZ. Thty fiave a ho6t of^ ^fUe.nd& and weZi uil&hzfU ^ox a long and happy 

HANKWSON NEWS «»««*««»»««« j^^^ 7^ J923 

Hk. and f.lu. B. Pzltz announce, the. engagement o^ theZn. daiiQkteA, TeJieJ>a BeAnoAxilne 
to AhXhuA U. OdeZZ, 0(J Hlnnejapoti6 . The wedding mJUL take place In Ulnnejxpotu , bat the 
date hat, not yet been deilniteZy iet at, Mc44 PZetz £eave4 ^ofi New VoKk thi& week to 
a&6li>t -en ^e ^all buy-cng ^ox the Wyman VaxtAA.dge Ready-To -Wean. VepaAtment. Hu6 
Vletz expects to be gone about a month. 
HANKJNSON WEWS ************ jj^^^ 7^ J923 

An exchange 6ayi, a man who we will not name, recently matfUed a widow, named 

Elizabeth, who hoi two (JUZdn.en, but we do not think that l& any K.ejx(,on that the 

ieZlom should guy him about getting a second hand Lizzie and two mnabouti, . 

************ 

QniET HOME (l/EtTPING 

Wedne^day, June )Zth, at the home o^ the bnide nofuthweJ>t o.i thii (My, Rev. J. P. 
KlaasleA peJiiofmed the ceAemony that united In moMlage tUj>6 Lena W^ege and Mx. Fxed 
Stack. Only a iew Intimate ixlendi and xeZatlveJ, weAe pxe^ent. 

The young couple axe weU and iavoably known, having nzi,lded In thii vicinity 
alt thelx ave/>. They have the congnatulatlonA and' beM wUhe^ oi a loAge cincle oi 
ifu.endi>. They will fie^lde on the iam o^ the bxlde nonthweAt oi town. 
HAmMSOUmS ************ June 14, 1923 

HOME WEWING THIS EUENING 

A pxeXty home wedding u> i^cheduled ioK thli evening In GKeendale Towni^hlp when 
\J1^6 UabeZ Leavltt will become the bnlde oi Ma. Roland WUdeA. The ceAemony will be 
peAiomed at the home oi the bAide' i> poAenU In the pxe^ence oi the Immediate Kelatlve^. 

The bnlde l6 a daughteA 0,5 Ma. and Maa. M. P. LeavUt, pnominent Kz(>ldentt> oi 
GKeendale and hat, many i^lend^ In that localiXy and oL^o in Hankln^on wheAe ihe attendee 
High School. The gAoom ll a prominent young ioAmeA oi kmboy, MM., and the young cowple 
will make theiA home neoA that place. * 

CongAxtnlaUom and bzit wUhc6 axe extended by a Wx^e clAcle oi inlend^ through- 
out thi6 poAt oi the county. 
mKWSOU NEWS ************ Jane N, 1923 

E. l/IOLA A JUNE MWE 
E. Villa Schenck, pAobably known peA^onally to mofie Uchland County people than 
any otheA individual In the wonld, l6 a June bnlde, having been moAAied on Tuesday, 
June nth, to Jake E. EUenbaum oi Vnlnceton, MN. The ceAemony was peAiomed at the 

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Cathotic Chu/ick in. Ktnt, MN. , uuMi KaXjaJxMiji and the WahpeXon Globe, ioice, cl& the. only 

A^eA onz weefe 0(J honzymooning in Jta&ca. Va/tk mXk the. little. yeZtcw Vond oi. 
tkeAJi t/icLveZlng vehicZe., Ma., and Ufu>, ElZenbaum will lettle down on the gnaom'^ ^oAm 
nexLH PfUnctton. 

It li OUL bttizi that no lUdtland County bhide hoi zveA had the beJ>t uxUht& o^ 
a laAgeJL cOmlt oi ^fiiendi ^OK a long and happy moAXied Hie than hai E. Viola. 
HANKWSON NEWS ««••»«»»»»»« j^^g^ 27, 1923 

LEAVJTT - mLVER 

A phjetty home wedding wot, lolemnized at iix PM ThuAiday, June 14th, at the home 
oi Wi. and Mw. M. V. Leavitt when fiUi hiaheZ E. Leavitt became the bnlde oi Rowland 
WiZdeA. Rev. C. V. khmi nexid the. leAvice in the. pA.ej>ence oi a laAge gfioup oi iKiendj, 
and Kelativti. 

The wedding took place beneath a Hjo&e thijmed anch on the lawn and Hi&6 ^\aJigaAet 
Oiook& played the LohengAen wedding maJich oi the bnidal pafity advanced to thelfi places. 

The bAi.de wa6 attended by hen. hlhtefi, HUi TeAn leavitt, who woKe a gown oi Aoie 
6atin. Eahl Leavitt, bfiotheA oi thz bfiide wai, beJ>t man. The bfd.de wai dJieM&ed in puAe 
white latin, iaihioned on Aimplt linti and ihe coAKied caAnationi. 

ImmediateZy aiteA the. ceAejnony a wedding luppeA wa& leAved to all the aiiembled 
gueiti. Thu wai, ioULowed by a deZightiuZ inionmat paAty. 

The bAide li> the. second daughteA oi Ha. and Maa. M. V. Leavitt and ha& gnown to 
womanhood in thU vicZncty. Shz attended the. Hanklnson High School, beZng in heA 
junioA yeaA theAe. Shz ii well and iavoAably knownfond has a ho&t oi iniendi and weZl 
wiiheAJ) in tkii community. 

The gAoom li the only 6on oi Ua. and Uai. E. P. WildeA oi Amboy, UN, Hij> entiAt 
li-ie hai, been ipent at home., except when he wai attending a theological lemlnaAy in 
Tennejilee, wheAz he wai Aecently ondained ai a minilteA. The. young couple leit Mon- 
day ioA Amboy, MN.; wheAe they will make thziA iutuAe home. 
HANKJNSON NBIS »»«««*»««»♦* j^^ ^j J923 

A moAAiage licenie wai l&iued at BAeckenAidge lait week to EAneit ?.. KlrMltteA 
oi Hanklnion and Hill Elda Hollow oi Wilkin County. The ceAejnony Lk to be peAioAmed 
thli week and the young couple will make thexA home in BAtghtwood Townihip. The pAoi- 
pectlve gAoom li the lecond ion oi FAed KZamitteA oi tkii city. 

*««*»,»»»*»» j^^^ 2J, 1923 

The mamviage oi Leona Loll EAb and Edwin C. KAauie, both oi Hanktnion, wai 
lolemnized by Judge Van AAnan at Wahpeton lait VAiday. 

The bAlde ii a daughteA oi Ua. and Hai. AliAed EAb oi thii city and the gAoom 
li a well known young man Ae^iding loutheait oi heAe. They have the congAatulationi 
and beM wiihei oi many iAlendi. 

Jane 21, 1925 

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MAf/TAPOR ITEMS 

Reu. J. A. TkieZ ccmz doum {,Aom Rugby, MP., FnZday and txptcts to dnlvt hl6 cjoa 
back We.dneJ>day moMjtlng. MXj, bnath^A, Kick, expecti to accompany him back and then go 
to Catio w/ieAe wedding bzJUii, laiZt be flinging Tuciday, June 26th, He expects to leXivin 
and make hii ^utuAe home viith hil, iotki> heAe at f^antadoA. a^tzA. a week& vacation. He i6 
manoQtfi o^ the MantadoA Gaxage undeA whae iupzAvi&ion they have made a good iucceii 
and we axe lufie it miiZ be itWi gAeateA in the dutuxe. 

Wi44 UoAgofLtt UueJUieA o^ Catio i6 the happy and lucky bfu.de to be. Both have a' 
ho&t oi piiendi and weiZ wiiheAi who join in wi&hing them a tong and happy mafifiied li^e. 

««»»»«»***•» June 27, 1923 

hiext week wUZ be "wedding day week" at: Uantadofi. On Tuesday mo fining Ak. Jack 
WinteA and Julia ?.eil>dofiieA wWi be moAfiied at St. PetcA and Paul' 6 Cathotic ChuAch. 
Both afie f^antadofi ^olk6 and have lived nofith o^ town ^ofi mnay yexiu. We all KXi&h them 
a long and happy moMAled ll^e. They expect to make theifi ^utuAe home nofith o^ town 
wheAe Att. Wintefi hai fie/ited a ^anm. 



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June 2?, 7923 



On i)JedneJ>day mofwlng Ufi. BeAnofid Heitkamp and Hi66 Lucy Lingen o^ Uantadofi will 
be moAfUed at St. PeteA and ?aul'6 Catholic ChuAcJi. Mfi. Heztkamp ii a popular young 
man o^ f^ooAeton and hai, been wofiking ^ofi JiOme time vxlth kU, ^athefi who owm a loAge 
^anm nexiA MooAeton. Hiii Lucy Lingen i6 well known to HantadoA people, having lived 
wt&t 0(5 town ^ok/o. YumbeA oi yeoAi,. HeA f^atheA owni, a ^ine hal^ section weit o{, town 
which he home&teadtd a nimbeA 0(J yeoAi ago. The happy couple expect to make theiA 
iutuAe home with AiA.. Heitkainp'6 {^olks whoie ioAm they have A.ented. 

June 27, 7923 
Hanklnion ^Aiendi afie pleaded to extend congfiatulations to the contracting 
poAtizi, in a pA.etty home wedding which occufiAed at Fox home, MM., Wednesday when HUi 
Lola Tubb6 became the bfu.de o^ John Jacobchick o^ Wahpeton. The ceAerrony vxu> peA^oAmed 
at the home o^ the bAide'^ pafienti, Ua. and Hw. Geo Age Tubbi, in the pAeJience o^ Ael- 
atlvej) and immediate iAlendi. The bAide ioAmeAly Auided heAe and ii, well known thAou- 
ghoat thii lection. The gAoom i& employed at Opple'6 ToggeAy in I'Jahpeton. 

************ Jane 27, 7923 

Hankinion Baseball jjoni and the public geneAol afie pleaded to extend congAat- 
ulationi to UiU Campbell o^ Taifunount Townihip on hi& moAAiage ujkich occuMAed la&t 
week. 

The bAide wai HLi>6 Jennett ULnnehan o^ Wahpeton and the ceAemony waj, peAloAjned 
at St. AdelbeAt'i ChuAch in that city on Monday of, last week. Will i& a mighty i-ine 
dellow, a good ball playeA, and populoA with all who knew him. He Alchly dzieAvcj, 
the good things of tiie, including the iine young lady who will be hJj> helpmate {,Aom 
now on. 
HANKJMSOM NEWS »»«»«««»««»» j^^^ 2«, 7923 



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KikmrriR - hoefs 

A pAettt/ cJwAdi mdcUng occunJitd on Wzdnuday, June 27tk, at the. LutkeAan ChuAch 
i.n thii, cJMj wkzn Ha,6 Alma. KlaiaitteA btccmz the. bfiide o^ M^. Hudolph Hoe^^,. 

The. ceAemony m.6 peAiomzd by Rev. J. P. KZoiUleA. In the. pAe^ente oi 225 KeJb(xtA.veM 
and iKiendi oi the cont^Lacting paAtieyl>. Tht bhlde vxu, goioned Jin a cAeotton oi{ whLtz 
canton cAtpe. with Spanish lace and tAiimed with pzant beadi, and uoi attended by Ffieda. 
KZauiitteA, HeAtha KZauiUteA and Et6lz KlcutiUteA oi bfu.deJ>maA.di> , alt being cou&lni. 

The gfwom had a* bzi>t man A/ithuA Hoe^ and EAnt&t KlanxUteA and Alien Heuman. 
Tht altoA be^oKe MhicJi the. solemn vom& weAe made woa decoftxxted uicth hJOiieJ>, mock oiange 
and ^eAM, The king heAvJicz wtu oierf. 

At thz concliii'ion o^ thz ceAemony the wzddcng panty pfwczzdzd to thz coantAy 
homz 0(J the bfUdz'-i paAent6 uiheAe an eZahoKotz wedding 6appeA wai> 6eAvzd, ^ot lowed by 
a Azczptixjn and wedding £z6t>ivtttz& that continued thAoughout the night. 

The bfu.de ll> a daughtzA o^ Wi. and Uu. Cha.i. KlxwiitteA, and waj, bom and AaZizd 
on thz ioAm noAthwz&t o^ tki6 city. Thz poAznti, have AzA-idzd In HichZand County ion. 
45 yzaAi,. She l& weZt known thAoughout thli> i,zctA.on and dzieAvzdly populoA. Thz gloom 
Xm a iton o{ Ufi. and Rw. ft'. F. Hoz^s, plonzeAJ, o^ Waldo Tou^nihip, and woA al^o boAn In 
Richland County. Hz li known oi an lndu6tAiou£ and capablz young iofmeA and hat, thz 
Az6pzct and zitzem o^ all. 

A^teA a bKizi honzymoon tAlp thz young couplz will go to hoa&zkzzplng on thz 
iafim oi thz gKoom' i> iathzA In Waldo. 

************ jun^ 28, 1923 

Announcementi have bzzn fizczlvzd heAz oi thz moA/uagz oi Bhju.cz I/. IngzAion to 
Madge l^abellz ChnZ&tlan&on at EfLOWn& Valley on Monday, Junz ISth. 

Thz bfiidz li a daaghtzA oi Ma. and Maj>. R. H. ChnJjttian&on oi 'BAx)Wn6 Vallzy and 
thz gAoom l6 Gfieat UoltheAn opeAotoA at that placz. Hz li> a bnothzA oi A. J. JngeA6on 
oi tkii, city and wai, ionmeAly zjnployed heAz. Hz wai, a memfceA oi Hanklmon' 6 old Com- 
pany L and hoi a ho At oi iAlends heAz who oAjz plexuzd to zxtznd congfiatulation6. 

************ janz n, 1923 

PEITZ ~ OVEll 

A wedding choAacteAizzd by -ct'4 Axjnp^eneA^ waj, iolomznizzd lait Saturday moAning 
at Mlnneapolii when TeAz&a BeAnaAdine Vzitz, daughteA oi Mk. and Mai,. BeAnoMd VeJXz, 
oi thJj, city, bzcamz the bfu.dz oi ^fA. AfithuA Vincent Odzl, oi Minneapolis. Ma.64, Mayz 
A. Fzitz, sliteA oi the bfu.de was thz only attendant. 

Tollowing the ceAemony the wedding bfizakia&t wai ieAved at the CuJvtii> Hotel, 
o-iteA which the bfiide and gfioom Izit by aato aAAivZng heAe SatuAday night, to ipznd 
a iew days at thz homz oi the bfu.de' & poAznti. They fiztuAnzd Wednesday to spend thz 
balance oi thziA honeymoon at thz lakes. 

The bfu.de was boAn and fiaised In Hankinson and until ilve yeoAS ago vxis one oi 
ouA leading buslnz&s women. Slncz thzn t,hz has bzzn assistant buyeA In thz Rzady-to- 
WeoA depoAtment iofi thz Wyman VantAidgz Wholzsalz Co. 

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Tfie gKoom -U an aaxLLtofi connected viLth the. Soo Zn hiinne^o.^A^ . Thz young couplz 
havz a Icvigz caAcZz oi £AA.zndl, who zxtznd congnnXuZatiorUt and but wafie^. 
HANKIHSOU WEWS ************ j^^^ 5^ ,^^3 

TUBBS - RE^fPLE NUPTIALS WEVNESVAV 
WzZt Known HaniUn6on Glfit Btcomu the. Bfildz Oi{ Wm. Rempe^ oi CaliiofmU 

Utdnuday zvejting, JuZy 25th, at tht home, o^ Wu. Lofia E. Kinnztf In tkik cuJy, 
Ul66 HeZen Tubb6 becamz the. b^de. 0(J Urn. RempeZ, Thz ce/iemony woi peAjJoAmed bq Rev. 
C^flAence Coaa in thz pAzizncz o^ about ioKty Jbivitzd gae^ti. 

Vltzctty bz^ofLZ thz wzdding pKoceMlonal, Jamzi P. P. TuJUoch &ang "I Lovz Vou 
TJtuZy." Mendzl&ohnn' & WzddLng IkiAch wo* played by MA4. HatAy Badde o{, Uinneapotli. 
LLXtZz Kathzxinz BeZZz RempeZ, nizcz o^ thz bfiide and gKoom, actzd oi (r^oweA gVil. 
Shz woA dn.zi>6zd in a iaZny likz cAzation o^ paZz yeZZow oKgandLz uxlth blue ioKgzt-rr.z- 
notb. She caMied a basket o^ btaz bacheZon. buttons and pimk iwzzt peai, hlu. E\jeA- 
ztt HoMh, cou&in o^ thz bxidz, ^olZowzd thz ilowzfi ginZ. Hen. go\m woi gAeen cAepe 
de chine tMjmed uxith cJieiun tace. Hapten. BiZty V.empeZ, nzpheu) o^ the bfu.de and gioom, 
doAAied the ling in the heant o^ a tafige white tiZiy. 

Thz bAidz, onz o^ Hankinion'i moit popuZan young Zadizi, Zaoked chanming in a 
inodk oi cAeam accondion ptaited canton cAzpe, fiimmed uiith toachti oi liZvei. HeA 
vziZ woi heZd in pZaxLZ viitk a Wiejxth oi exquZiite ohangz bZo66om6. Shz coAnZzd a loAgz 
6hou)eA bouquet oi cAzam iwzetheaAt: Aoizi, iioeet peai and tiZZZeJb oi thz vaZZey. The 
bAZdz&miid, Mc4.4 Edith JoneJ>, woaz a gown oi TAench blue 6wiii t/vumed with cAexm iiZzt. 

The gnoom and Wu AZiAed Biggi, the bz&t man, met thz bKidaZ pafvty at thz aZtoA. 
The aZXoA wa6 io)med by many plants and ieAM. Rev. CZoAence Cojia oHicZated and the 
King ceAemony wa6 a&ed. 

Aki. LoKa E. Kinney, with whom the bnZde haj> made heA home iincz childhood, woAz 
a ZoveZy gown oi navy canton cAepe, tAJjmed with. Vfiznch Lace. 

AiteA the ceAemony a Kzception woi g-tven and a dainty luncheon woi ieAved to thz 
ionty gutits. Ma. and Ma6. Rewpe£ wiZt 6pznd tkeJji honeymoon at Uinneapolib , Omaha, 
Colorado Spking6, GAnnd Canyon, VenveA, thence to theiA iutuAe home at PoAodzna, CA. 
Thz bnidz wa6 attUizd in a tAaveZing gown oi cocoa bAown ilat cAepe and a wnjip oi thz 
iomz colon, tnimmzd wiXh iquiAAzl colloA and cuiil>. HzA hat wai, alio bKown. 

Thz out oi town guzi>t6 wzAe •■ Hi6i> Anna RempeZ, iij>tzA oi thz gAoom, oi VutXon, 
MT.; BiZZz HzAb and KathzAcne BeZZe RzjnpzZ oi Vutton, MT.; Maa. EvzAztt HaA&h and 
lUtZz daughtzA, FaOibauZt, tW.; Maa. AAt^uA Kotechian, Wimbledon, tW.; Mas. CUHofid 
HungzA, CAook&ton, MW.; MAi. HaAAy Budde, lUnneapotu, MW.; Hii>i HuZda Otizn, SzattZz, 
WA.; McAA Loocie Tiidel, Loi AngzZz6, CA.; HeAteAt UzAAiiizZd, ValZzy City, W.; Ma. 
and M'li. Wm. BAenneA, Mew Ej^j^ngion, SV. 
HANKJNSON NEWS ************ Jul.y 26, 1923 



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JONES - REMPLE WEWIWG 

A qoLzt home, wzdding occuAAzd out ihz homz o^ Mw. Anna Jonei Sunday zveyUng 
at S ?hi wfien heA daaghteA. Ua,6 Reba, became thz bfU.de. o^ VavZd Rejnple o^ Vutton, MT. 

Thz ceAejnony wa& pzA^oAmtd by Reu. C. CaAA in thz pfieMencz o^ InmedLate KeJbat- 
-cveA oi ihz bnidz. LighX. fiJtiKeji>hmejrvtt> weAz ieAved and thz newlywzdi £e^ Irmzdiatzly 
on a ^hofit lionzymoon to thz cittzi a{^zn. which thzy vxiti makz thzVi komz at Vutton, 
MT. ,. ui^eAe thz gKoom ii cjai,hieA o£ thz Vutton Statz Bank. 

Thz bfitdz haJi ipznt pAojutiaaZZy heA zntUAz li^z hzfiz and Z6 kighZy z&tzemzd 
^oA heA many good quoLctlzs o^ hzaAt and mind. Lait yzoA 6kz taught In thz Tabtic 
Schooti) 0^ fXichlgan CiXy, Indiana, and had acczptzd a po6itlon in thz Chicago City 
Schooti fiOn. thz coming yzoA. HeA moAKiagz camz oi a happy 6uApfii6z to a toAgz caAjcZz 
oi inizndi, thAoughout thi6 paAt o^ thz countAy. 

Thz gKoom it not a AtAongeA hzAz by any mean*, having vi&itzd HankiMon i^-'ieq- 
qazntty. OnZy a month ago hi6 bnotheA, WiZtiam Rempet, ztaimzd Mt44 HeZzn Tubbi o^ 
thi& city a* a bfu.dz. Hz ii a iucczi-ifiid. young baiinz&s man o{ Vutton. 

Thz congAotatationi, and be^t uii&hz6 o^ a Ioaqz ciAcZz o^ i>u.endi> oAz zxtzndzd 
to thz young cowptz. 

HKHKIUSOU HBjJS ************ Augait 23, 7923 

PAW CUnV VOES A THRIVING BUSINESS... 

ThAzz WzddingA thz Ta&t Wzzk That ^Uilt bz oi JnteAzit to Hankinion Vzoplz. . 

VkTTEKSON - VE FU 

Simptz but impA.zi6ivz waA thz moAXiagz ceAzmony condactzd by Rev. E. A. klLbi, 
Va^toK o(i thz EiA&t Congxzgationat ChuAch o{^ Wahpzton, Saturday mohning at S AM, at 
thz home o^ Joizph VatteAdon on Sixth StAzzt in that city, which joinzd in moAAiagz 
Mt. PattzMon' 6 daughtzA, Clafw. Gznzva and Wi. Uichazl VzTza o{t Whzaton. 

Only Wahpzton mzmbzu o^ thz PatteA&on (,amiZy and a ii&teA oi thz gfioom, M^A 
Ro4e Vz Tza o^ Hankin&on witneMzd thz ceAemony, which wa& pzK^ofmzd without bnidzi- 
maid OK gnoom&man. Thz homz wai, appAopfiiatzZy dzconatzd, yeJUiow and wkitz cotoKi, 
pAzdominating . ToZLowing thz ceAemony a wedding bKza.kia.it moa ieAvzd ^ofi nine peA- 
ioni, a£teA which Un.. and hOi&. Vz Fea dzpaxtzd {,ofi EaiAm.ount wheAz thzy took thz 
Soo tKoin to Hinnzapotiii ^ofi a i>hoHt honzy-moon. 

Thz bhidz i& a wzJU. known and popuLoA Wahpeton giAt, boKn in that city, and 
a gfiaduatz o^ thz high ichoot. Shz wa6 a itudznt at UooKzhzad NoKmaZ taht yzoA. 

Thz gfLoom ii a i>on o^ If A. PzteA Vz Pea oi Hankin&an, and Kzdidzd in thii> city 
moit oi ki& tiiz untiZ a i,hont time ago when hz moved to Whzaton wheAz hz now opeAatzi 
a motion pictuM. thzatAz. Uany ifiizndi oi both paAtiz& oAz extending congKctulationi . 
Uk. and M^. PeFea will make thziA homz at Whzaton, wheAe they wilt be "at home" to 
thziA inizndui in the neoA iutwiz. 
HANKJNSON NEWS ************ Septemben. 6, /923 

RUBEW - ROSENBLUM 
A veKy pKztty wedding took placz at thz homz oi Ma., and l>'Ai. A. Poiznbluir at 

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When ifie zci6:tJ30und Soo t/ialn pvJULzd .into tht dtpot at FaOmount Wtdne^day at 
10:42, pcu,6zngeAi thought tkeAz uxu a fviot keAt tn faJUmoimt. Bat &iLch ujcu> not thz 
cjcl&z. Choi. RiimLi and uiL^t, (nee Ro44) weAe lejavtng on theJji honzymoon and tht 
cAowd wa& ihovoeAJjig thvn, 

Thejj uizAt as6t6tzd by a cAxMd i^m Hankinion who camz ov&fi heAz and 6howeAzd 
onotkiA cowpZt who had gtvzn thz HanJujuon pzoplz thz itip, but wzAz ovzfitakzn hzn.z 
and bzMtdeJ) bzing gtvzn a 6howzfi oi Kiaz, we undeMtand onz 0(5 thz couptz woi g^uen 

a inzz Hldz on thz dzpot plat^ofun. FAIRMOUWT NEWS 

HAMKJMSOM WEWS ************ Aaguit 2, J923 

A mVLfiiagz ticznzz woi Ibhuzd at MooKhzad yzitzfuiaif to Jack V. SdiuZtz o^ 
Coii County and BzAtha KoppzZman o^ Richland County. 

************ Auguit 9, 1923 



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St. Paul IcUtt Thu/L6daif, Oct. 30th, when theZn daughtzA Miii E&theA, bzcamz the. bnlde 
0^ M^. M. V. Reuben o^ HanfUn&on, 

The ceAejnony uioi peA^oAmed by Reu. Hofwwitz o^ St. Paul. Zn the pn.t6ence od 
moKe than 100 fLeZativti and lKiend& oi the confiacting poAtie^. FolZomng the ceAe- 
mony a. iumptuooi 4 even o'cZock wedding dinheA uioA leAved. 

The bntde aj> a. 4>tAangeA keAz, but aJ) a moit worthy young lady, being heZd in 
the. highest esteem in the cormunity wheAz 6he. made heA home. The gfioom ij, at&o a new 
Ae^ident in HaniUmon and came heAt about -fwo monthA ago to take chaAge o^ the baii- 
ne44 0^ the Hankimon PKoduce Company. 

M/L. and Ak6. Reuben aJifuved in Hankimon ZoAt Tkiday and have Aented apoAt- 
mentl, in the Jonei ^tat and oAe now comiofitabty located in theiA new home. 

Tniendi heAe extend congAatutatLon& and be&t wij>h.t&. 
HAMKJMSON NEWS ************ SeptembeA h, ini 

TELTON - BERGLUtW 

The maAAcage o^ HU& KatheAine Tetton to Cli^oKd BeAgZund wa6 solemnized at 
the Catholic paAionage. in Taifmount la^t ThJidajy evencng. Rev. TatheA MC Vonald peA- 
£oAmed the ceAemony in the pAe/>zncz o^ membeAi 6^ the two iamilieM and intonate iKiendi, 
oi the young couple. 

The bfiide i6 a daaghteA o^ MA6. John Bo6tAom o{ faJjmount and spent most o^ heA 

li^e in Hankimon. She is welZ known heAe. and has a host oi ^niends and well wishexs. 

The ghoom is a painteA by tAade, and the. yoimg couple wilZ xe^ide in TaOmount. 

*********** * 

GRAV - FULLER 

WoKd was Aeceived heAe the ^iAst oi{ the week 0){ the maAAiage o^ Uy>wn C. TalleA 
to Uiss Ida Ghay at WyndmeAe. The ghcom Ls a son 0({ M/t.. and Ma4. C. W. TuZZeK o^ this 
city and the bfu.de Is a weJil known WyndmeAe ginl. No poAticuZoAS oi the wedding oAe 
available. The young couple will make theiA home at WyndmeAe wheAe the gAoom has a 
position in one o^ the geneAat stoAe^. 

HAMKZNSOM hlEWS ************ SeptembeA 6, ?9Z3 

KRETCHMAW - KERCHER 

mss Anna KAetchman suApfvised heA ^Aiends heAe. when the announcement came this 
week oi heA maAAiage at Billings, hn'., to M/l. George KeAcheA. The happy event occuAKed 
last week and the ^ifist woKd came in the ionm oi a bftiei note to the iamily heAe.. 

The fwmance began when Uiss KAetchman was teaching in the neighboAhood oi Bill- 
ings, a couple oi yeoAS ago, and the lucky gAoom was at the time Aanching in thai 
vicinity. She leit eoAly last week ioA a visit with intends in Billings. Ua. KeAcheA 
met heA theAe and a quieX wedding iollowed. The young couple leit at once ioA lillah, 
Wk. , wheAe the gAoom has a position with a wholesale company. 

The bAlde is a daughteA oi h[A. and Wis. GeoAge KAetchman oi this city and was 

boAn heAe. GAaduatlng inom high school and lateA iAom the Valley City UoAmal , she was 

veAij succe^siul as a teacheA. She has a host oi iAlends heAe who join in extending 

congAatulatlons and best wishes. ^»..*.* , ,,1007 

* * *(hf ******* SeptembeA 13, 1923 



MARRIAGE LICENSES Oc;tobeA 7 7, 7923 HMKINSON NEWS 

UaAAZage. ZLceMti have, been Ziiuzd in iht Zjut ^m day6 by Judgz Van Annam to tkt 
^olZomjig: OJittiam F. HzngeA. to ¥fLanc.e.i Lznzzn, both oi l^oonttqn'. 
Rudolph tOiti^-ln to Reg^jm A. ViZzl, both o^ BoAnty; 
. TKank Volda oi iUyndmeAt to UaJiy Vuba o^ Hankin6on 

MRRIA6E LICENSE OctobdA IS, 7923. HAWnWSOW NEWS 

A moAJuagt tltzMt wa& li^ued at. Uahpzton today to CanZ ReXtLg and iUj>i> Uomj 
BommeA4bac/i, both weZt fenown young pzjoptt fLz^ixLUig iouth o^ Hankimon. 



ENKERS - mWERBUSH 

Ui66 Czcttia EnkeM and Lmlt> W. RlddzAhaih weAe muwitd at thz CongKzgatlonal 
Pauonage. in Wahpzton on SatuJiday, OctobiM. tSth, Reu. EAnz^t filZzn peAiofmlng thz ceA.e- 
mony. Thz young cx)uplt iztuAnzd at once to Hankimon and ^OA. thz pJvuznt okz domiciZ- 
zd at thz EY\kz)U) hotnz in thU> ciXy. 

Thz bAidz ii thz choAmlng daaghtzA o^ Wl. and Uu. Wm. Erdizu and hoi gKown to 
wommhood hzAz. Shz hoi a ho6t oi piizndl, and weZL uxUhzn^. Thz gKoom ii a young 
ichooZ tzachzM. uho camz to tkU vicijiiity a yzxoi ago ifiom VoKchz6tzA., WI., and haj, "madz 
good" OA onz o^ thz mo6t 6ue.ce^-l>iut KuAat &ch.oot tzachzM in thz county. Hz haj, madz 
many {^nizjudi, during thz (Jew monthi hz ha& ipant in ouk nzighbofihood. 

Thz NEWS joini, thz many ^zndl> o^ the. newlywzdi in zxtznding congKotuLatiom 
and bzit uil6hzi>. 

HANKJNSON NEWS ************ ^ OctobzA U, 1923 

STEWAKT - HEW 

Thz moMiagz oi Choi. Hzin, 3ft., to UL66 Jznniz May SteiMAt wo* iotzjmizzd at 
thz PKz&bytzAian Vationagz in t^ooAjekzad, UN., on Monday, Oct. 15th, Rev. Hall o£ that 
city o{,{flciating. Hu. H. J. SchiateA o^ Hankinion, a iiitfi o^ thz gnoom, wa6 thz 
only attendant. 

Thz bnldz ^ thz accompli6hzd daughtzfi oi Wi. and Mu. J. W. SteMitt o^ NiagoAa, 
MP., pKomlneyit ianmznj). Thz gnoom ii a 6on of, M^. and Uxd. Cha&. Heln ot$ tkik city 
and it> Midzly known throughout thi6 izction. Thz young couple havz thz congAatuZation& 
and bz&t uxiihzi oi a holt o^ iAiendi. 

Ma., and Mu. Hzin oAz spending thziA honeymoon at NiagoAa and Mill oaaIvz in 
Hankimon ihontly to ipend thz uilntzt. 

HANKJNSON NEWS ************ OcXobzn. 25, 1923 

BOMMERSBACH - RETTTG 

Thz moMiagz of HUi Uaxy Bommzubach to M^. CaJiZ Rzttig MU 6olemnizzd at St. 
PhilipU ChuAxih Tuesday manning, Oct. 30th, at 9 M, Rev. F-^. HtUneA oiiiciating. 

Thz czfizmony luai uiitnzi&zd by a loJigz gatheAing of fniendi of thz cont/iactlng 
pafitieM. Thz wzdding moAc/i uia& played by Uu. C. H. Mc Vonelt, and thz bfiidz&maid 

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wdi Ma/ur V-zXtcQ, a. il&tex oi thz gJioom. The. gfioom wou, attznded by John BommeAibach, a 
bKothzA. oi ikt bfildz. The bKldz'& gown wtu oi bdjudzd iotin and georgette and i>he. aoAJiizd 
a boaqazt o^ pcnfe Jioit& and izAn6. 

A^teA thz czAzmony thz wzddZng poAty fizpaJifizd to thz zountxy homz oi thz bhldz 
uiheA-Z a 4>umptuoul, u)zdding dinnzA wtw izAvzd. 

Thz nejolywzdi oAz vizZl knom, having Uvzd aji tku vlcUyuXy pAaUlcaJUy aU thzlfi 
tbJU. Thz bfUdz li a daughtzA oi Wl. and Ma4. HanZln Bomzuback and thz gioom Is a i>on 
oi Wi. and Wii>. Joz.'Rzttig. 

HfL. and Ufu>. Rctt^g uilti makz tkzOi homz In HankLmon ioK thz pAuznt. 
HANKWSON NEWS ************ HovmbeA I, 1925 

WEWWG AT LIVGERWOOV 

M/L. and Uu. blm. Szhaztt oi tkii> cJXy weAe among thz gueiJtA at a big wzdding 
at Lidgznwood on Wzdnz6day, Nov. 14th, whzn Eithzn. Hay Attain oi that city bzcamz th.z 
bfu.dz oi Anton J. GaukZzn. oi VazAA Townihip. Thz zzKzmony woi pzKiofunzd by Rev. Tathzn., 
VaztA at thz St. Bonliacz ChuAch at 8:30 AM, In thz p^zizncz oi a ZaAgz numbzn oi fizl- 
ativzi and iKiznd& oi thz contAcctbig pantLz&. 

A SAJitzt oi thz bAcdz was bAcdzimald and thz gfioom imi attzndzd by a bfwthzn. 
06 bzit man. 

FoUouilng thz czAzmony a wzdding izoit woA szhvzd at thz homz oi thz bKidz and 
thz izi)tlv-itlz& contAJiazd thAoughout thz day and ioA into thz zvzning. 

Thz young couplz axz uxideZy knoum both having bzzn boAn in VlchLand County. 
Thz bnldz -U a daughtzA oi Ua. and HAi. David AZZain and thz gfvoom a son oi A. F. 
GaukZzA, oUi bzlng Hichland County pionzzAi. 

Thz newlywzd& mJU. occupy thz thfizz qwoAtzn. izctlon ia/im oi thz GaukZzu iouth- 
u)z&t oi Hankin&on. 

HANKWSON NEWS ********** NovembzA 7 3, 1923 

ROBERT STEIN MARRIED 

Thz pafiyUh hoa&z at St. John'^i, ChuAck uxu, thz icznz oi a pAztty wzdding Honday 
moAntng whzn fathzt RiddzA Azad thz woAAiagz czAzmony ioA Robznt Stzin and FloAzncz Oglz. 

Thz ceAzmony wai witnz&6zd by onZy a ieuJ iAizndi> and AeJfjotivzi, oi thz young 
couplz who Zzit soon aitzAwaAd ioA a izw dayi visit with his poAznts who tivz wzst oi 
TaiAiwunt. Upon theJA AztuAn thzy wiZt makz thziA homz at 114 TouAth StAzzt Nohth in 
what is known as thz SchAozdzA housz. 

Both thz bAidz and gAoom oAz wzJtZ known hoAz, thz bnidz having livzd hzAz I'lith 
hzA poAznts ioA somz timz and has latzZy bzzn zmptoyzd at thz Wahpzton Hospital. h'A. 

Stzin is zjmployzd in thz Aound hoasz in BAzckznAidgz. GLOBE 

HANKINSON NEWS ************ NovembeA 12, J923 

LEWA NQVETIKE TO WEV 

Wis. C. E. LounsbuAy oi Wahpzton and Has. GzoAgz BuSchzA [Sylvia HaHzidzA] oi 
BAzckznAidgz wzaz hostzsszs Wzdnzsday zvzning at thz LounsbuAy homz to a gAoup oi about 
twznty iniznds, thz occasion bzing thz announczjnznt oi thz zngagzmznt oi a populaA Wah- 

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pzton couplt hliii Lzna Wouetzfee and Ufi. Jamej, P, UaHfiaij who6e. rr.aMAM.gz mIZZ be 

an event o{^ thz hotiday Aea&on. 

The. ga&6t4> Inchidtd a numb?A o^ Hi&6 Novetzkz'6 idULow ejnpZoyzi> f,Kom thz Globz- 
GazeXtz Pftlnting Company, and i>z\JZAaJi otkzn. {,M.znd6. The. home wai, pKettiZy decollated 
^oJi the occoHt-ion. 

VuxZng the evenoig Mc44 Ati.ce PzA^oni took hzA Azat at the piano and began to piay 
a Mzdding mahch, which wai, thz ilgnat ^oK thz zntAancz o^ titttz Ulsi VlAginla Loun&buAy, 
daughteA o^ thz ho6teM, ganbzd oi a bnZde., who pneMented to Mm Movetzkz a beaatif^uZ 
pink KoiiZbud In which wa& conczaZcd thz engagement ^Ung. Condi announcing thz engage- 
ment weAz then dliPu-buted, a{,teA which thz ho6tz&-& ieAvzd a deZlght^ut lappeA. 
HAMKWSOM NEWS Wahpeton GZobz hlovzmbzn. 29, 7923 

Among thz maMlagz tLcen6eJ> liluzd at Wahpeton thU> wzzk WOA one to V.oy Vlxmond, 
VetAclt, UN., and Ul&i Mayz A. PzaXz OjJ Hankln&on. 
HAMKJNSON WEWS ********** NovembeJi 29, ?923 

Hu. John SelZneA Iz^t Wednesday £ox St. CZoad to be pn.ziznt at the JaegeA-BakeA 

wedding which wiZZ take placz In that city on Thanksgiving day. 

********** 

Invltatloni) havz bzzn xzczlvzd by HanklnAon ifu.zndi> annoancA.ng thz moMlage o^ HI&6 
Gkocz JazgeA, daughteA oi Wi. and Ufid. John M. JaegeA, to Vetz BakeA. Thz wzddlng wlZZ 
takz place at St. Cloud, ^W. , on Thanksgiving Vay. 

HANKINSON NEWS ********** UovembeA 29, 7923 

JAEGER-BAKER MUTTLALS 

A veAy pfietty wzddlng wom heZd at thz CathzdAal at St. Cloud, MM. , on Thanksgiving 
moAnlng at 10 AM Uois, when thz pastoK, Rzv. TatheA Kln&zZla xead the seAvlczi which 
united Uc&i Gfw.cz JazgeA, daiightzA o^ Ufi. and Hfu. J. M. JaegeA o^ Hankln&on to Ha.. FeteA 
BakeA o{t St. Paul, youngz&t son o^^ Mw. John SeZZneA, aZio oi Hanklnson. 

Thz aZtan. was bzautl{)UlZy dzcofvatzd with ieAns and chtysanthemums. SlsteA Joseph- 
ine played the oJigan whlZz a numbzA. of, StsteAS sang a pKogfuxm o^ nuptlaZ music. 

Guzits pKzservt {,ox thz dlnnzA wzAz hVi. and Mks. Lzo Lznzen, M-w. John SzZInzA, 

HisszA LauAa and Rose SeZZneA, hluszs Emma and Suslz JazgeA, fliss Elizabeth Flnnzmann, 

Ma.. HoAold Cox, HeAb Smith, AngeZlnz Mc Vonald, Ua. and Uas. Mc Donald, GeoAge Tlnnls, 

and Mx:fee PhoH. 

Thz young couple wlZZ be at home at 930 ChoAlzs St., St. PauZ. 

************ 

PJEJI-VJAMONV 
A quiet and simple wedding took placz Thanksgiving Vay at 4 PM In the chapeZ at 
St. Alexias Hospital at ElsmaAck, when Hiss Uayz PeMtz, daughteA o£ Ma. and Wis. BzAn- 
oAd Peltz o{i this city became thz bAldz o£ Ceo Age LeRoy Diamond o{, DetAolt, MW. They 
had no attendants. 

Thz bAldz woKe a gown o^ Nejw Blue velvet bAocaded chiton with illveA hat and 
shoes to match and canAled an oAm bouquet ojj Ophelia Aoses. 

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¥ofi txavzZ ihz wo/te a dtui o^ fio^wood cJvx/umzn tfUMntd In ivJi. 
A^teJi thz ceAmony a wzdcUng dlnnzA. uxu iCAucd at thz homz o^ Ma., and Ufu>. FAancA^ HaZl- 
onan, inlznd& o^ thz bftidz. Mi. VZamond hon, tlvzd hzKz A-incz cfuJtdhood and hoi a hoi>t 
oi iKiznd6 who zxtznd bzit ux^^h^^. Shz l& at pA.z6znt tzaching In thz Hinnzapotii, idiooU 
and uiilZ continaz hzn. woa^ ^zaz uyvtit thz hotLdayi, a^tzA which thz young couplz wUZ 
be at homz to iKitndi in Dztnolt, MM. , whzfiz thz gfwom U, a pfioApzA^otu young bai-inz&A man. 
HANKWSOU NEWS ************ VzczmbzA 6, 1923 

GOLDEN. mWWG 

ChitdA.zn o^ UfL. and tVis. TzJid. Mzdemxitdt iuApnZ&zd thzAJi paJiznti at thz homz In 
tha> CAJty Wzdnziday zvzning on thz occjoiion o^ thzln. goldzn wzdding. Thli> mfiXhy couple. 
0^ pionzzju wzAz moJuUzd Pec. 12th, 1873, at UayvUZz, WI. Nlnz ioni, and one dojughtzt, 
M/L4. John Buck, we^e bo An to thzm. Thzy havz Az&ldzd Zn thz Mlclnvty ilncz in9. Onz 
6on Az&ldzi In Canada and onz. Thank, dlzd loj^t ipAcng. AiZ thz othzA ckitdtzn fiuldz 
■in thU vicinity. 

A bountiiut 6uppeA woA pfwvidzd by thz chUdAzn, and Rev. J. P. Klaa&ZeA gavz a 
6koKt oddAzii fitting to thz occa&ion. 

MANY GOLDEN iiJEWJNGS 

Hankinion aught to ii&uz. a. chalZzngz to any city o^ zj^uaZ 6izz in thz itatz to pko- 
dacz 04 many couplzi maAAizd iiity yza/u, ok ouca oi axz living in tkU ciXy and irr.mzdiatz 
vicinity. 

In Rev. J. P. KZaai>leA.'& congAtgation atonz aJiz thz ^olZouiing: Hzhman Jizgi, and 
Mk,){e (55), John Rodfee and uxl^z {54), Augu6t HeJj>^ and laif^z (53), Wm. Gabbztt and wl£z 
(51). 

Thz {^oUovilng ceizbAatzd theJji goldzn wzdding annivzAJ,aAy within thz lxu>t tMo 
months: Wm. VzddzA and wl^z, John Eudack and wi^z, FeAdinand Mzdznwaldt and wtiJe. 
HANKZNSON NEWS ************ VzczmbzA 13, 1923 

. LJNEHM - VEHULING 

Annouczmznt ha6 ja6t bzzn madz o^ thz manAiagz o{^ Ui6i h^aAgueJutz LznoAz Lcnzhan 
to Ma. FnancJU) Ulchazl VzmuLLng, which happy zvznt occuAJizd on Tut&day, Oct.. 30th, at 
RtveA falli>, WI. Jhz young, couplz, both oi whom axz i>tadznti at thz RivzA FatUi NonsraZ 
Sdnool, ktpt thz mwiiagz a hzc/izt until thz announcmznt wa6 madz thii wzzk. 

Thz bnidz i& a daughtzA o^ Ma. and Maa. FAank LLnzhan o{, Hankin&on, ii a gAaduatz 
o{^ oun. high school and hai, a hoi>t o{^ dAizndi in tku vicinity. Fox thz pojit couplz o(^ 
yzoAJs ihz haj> bzzn attending thz nofimal school at thz old {amily homz in RiveA FalLi,, 
wheAz thz Aomancz bzgun which culminatzd in hex maXAiaqz ai above mzntionzd. Wa.. and 
and Mw. Vemuling oJiz continuing theiM. itudizM at thz nonmaZ and wltZ bz among thz 1924 
gnadaate^ . 

Mean-tone thzy aJiz at homz at 702 South Haln StAzzt in RiveA Falt6. 
HkNKJNSON NEWS ************ VzczmbeA 13, 1923 

Thz moMiagz oi lfiJ>& Ida Folk o^ thii, city and Eduiln A. Eladow oi Waldo Township 

z 



mai> 6olemnizzd at thz LuthzAan PaA&onagz on Tuesday, Vzc. 11th, Rev. J. P. Klau&lzA 



o^^clcuUng. Thz b)Ude. aj> a daaghteA 0)$ MA4. F-^ed Fa£fe and thz qnoom aj> a. ion o(^ Hznman 
ZtadoM. Both havz gkoum. up .In tki6 v.i.(u.ncty and aJie. wzJit known hzAz. Many ^/Ue.ndi join 
In e.xtzndA.nQ congfLatuZaiX.on& and be^t Ml6he^. 
HMKJNSOhl WEWS ************ PecembeA 13, 1923 

THE SUCCESS FAMILY 

The iaihzA oi iucctii l6 WORK. Thz motheA o^ iucceJ>6 l6 AM8ITT0W. Tfie did(^t i>on 
ll> COmON SENSE. The. othaJi boy6 oAe: STABILTTi', PERSERVERANCE, HOUESTV, THOROUGHMESS, 
FORESJGHT, EMTHUSJASM and CO-OPERATION. 

The. lliteM aAe.: CHEERFULNESS, LOYALTY, COURTESY, CARE, ECONOMY, SINCERITY and 
HARMONY. 

The baby It, OPPORTUNITY. 

They axe all CAREFUL. 

CUPZV HAV BUSY WEEK 
WeddA^iQA 0)5 We^il Knom. Young People SolemnZzed. . , 
CHRTSTUAS WEEK PROVES TO BE A POPULAR OWE FOR WEWINGS 

A pfietty meddlng occafOied at St. John'i ChuAck In Zeliottd Township on SatuJuday, 
Dec. 25/Ld, when at 8:30 PM, Rev. J. P. KZaaileA pronounced the wofidi that joined ioi ll^e 
Atc44 Hilda KlxmUXeA and HenAy WahleA. The ceAemony wai peA^ofmed In the presence o^ 
about one hundted -LnvlXed gue^t&, mo4-t o^ whom had known the contAacting paAtleA oJfJi theJA. 
llve^, ^oA. both grew up In the Eel^oAd nel-ghboAhood. 

The bfu.de woi gowned in chinchilla 6atin with bead tAirnningi, and &he cjoAAied a bouquet 
OjJ pink Koiejt, white and pink caAnatioM and {iZAnS. Hi&i Helen KtauiitteA, a iZ&teA o{, the 
bAcde wixA maid o^ honoA and woi ai,.ii6ted by Mx4A Roialinda Tiegi, a cousin OjJ the bAide. 

HeAman Tiegi, a cousin o^ the gAoom, o^^^iciated as be^t man and Otto KlmviXteA, a 
bfwtheA 0(5 ihe bnlde was his aaistant. Uu. KlausleA played the wedding moAch. 

A{^teA the ceAemony the wedding paAty proceeded to the bnlde'i home wheAe a bounti- 
iul wedding Kepait waj> ieAved. The dining Koom was beautifully decorated in green and gold 
and the ^east was one that will long live in the memoAy o^ the guests. 

The bride is a daughteA o£ Hr. and Urs. Emll KlauxitteA, well known {.aAmeAS residing 
northwest o^ this city and is one oi the popular mejnbeAS o^ the youngeA ieX. of, that neigh- 
borhood. The groom Is a populoA young {aAmeA residing near Wahpeton and the young couple 
wWL be at home theAe a^teA JanuoAy Ut. 

Out 0^ town gueJ>ti In attendance weAe Wis. CaAoline MeyeA and f^airily of, Nw E^f^ing- 

ton, and Hr. and WiS. Willie Hardt o^ Bowdle, SP. 

************ 

HcKJNNON - HERIOG 

A quiet wedding occuAAed out the M. E. parsonage in BreckenAldge on Vec. TSth, when 
l\rs. Uay HcKinnon became the wii^e o^ Ernest HeAzog. The ceAemony was peA^oAired by Rev. 
Knotts In the preJ>ence o^ only the nece/>sary tut-tnei^e^. 

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A TWTTy WEWWG 

hli6i Lejia Nov&fcsfee Becomes Bnlde. o{,- J. P. Movuiy 

PopuZoA HankJjfUon GIaJL Wzdde.d to Wahptton Bu4^e44 Man Saturday Monnbig 

HUi Lena Hovetzkz o{ Wahpeton, daughteA oi Uu. Anna. Hovetzkz -ScJieZteA o{, Hank- 
Inion, and Jamu P. UuMoy o^ Wo/tpe^n, mAt moMltd at St. PkiUp'i Catholic. ChuAch In 
HajikAJi6on SatuAday moAitoig, Vtc. 29th. Thz wzdding ceAmony uxu> peAiJo-tmed at S o'clock 
by RevV ¥a. Studnlcka. 

Tfie chuAch WW bujCuxtiiuZly dtcoAotzd, thz AtguLoA hotidai/ dtcoKotlom, having been 
lz{yt In place, and iuAtheA aagmentcd ^oA the. occasion. The pAcncipaZi «eA.e attended by 
Uli6 CatheAlne UiiAAay, 6l&teA o^ the gAoom, aj> bAidc&mald, and Rudolph ScheZleA, a bno- 
theA of, the bAide, oA bc&t man. 

TolloMing the nuptlat high moM, a. wedding bAejok^oit woa leAved at the home o^ the 
bAide.' 6 motheA, only Immediate. AeZatlvci being pA&ient. The home iMU pAettlZy decoAated 
In pink and wlUte, pink Aoie/) ^ofuning the pKlncipat Itejn In the decofiatlve ichejre. Ua6. 
C. E. Loan&buAy o^ Uahpeton, UAi. GeoAge Buic/ieA. o^ EAeckenAidge and (Uj,6 Vletz o{, Hank- 
In&on, Intimate iAiendi o^ the bAide. ieAved the bAeaklokt. 

Ua. and Wii>. HuAAOjj leit Hanklnion on the 11:50 tAaln ^OA HinneApolli and otheA 
points, expecting to be gone about a week, a^eA which they will Aetunn to Wahpeton 
wheAe they wilt be at home a£teA Feb. Ht, at the AnkeA ApoAtmentit. 

Thoic {jAom Wahpeton urfio attended the wedding weAe the gAoom'6 paAent6, Ma,, and 
M/t4. P. H. UuAKayi hli il&teA, MciA CatheAlne; hU bAotkeA, S. H. MuAAay and wi({e; 
th€ bAide' i> bAotheA, Leo Novetzke and wl^e; and M^. and Mas. C. E. Loun^buAy o(( Wahpeton, 
M^. GeoAge BaickeA o^ EAeckenAidge. 

HAWKINSON WEWS ************ JanuoAy 3, 1924 

POPULAR COUVLE WEVS 
Voung People Slip Quietly km.y foA hluptiati 
^tc4i BeAtha Beck Became BAide o^ E. R. Simpson at Hinneapolli Tuesday 

mj>6 BeAtha. Beck and EveAett Slmpion wcAe quietly maAtled at HinneapollJ, Tuesday 
In the pte&ence o^ only the neceJ>6aAy wltneiie&. No pantlculau oAe fznown heAc oi the 
wedding but congAotuZatloni and beJ>t wl&hei oAe none the leMi heoAtlZy extended. 

The bAide li> a daughtet o{i Wi. and MA4. John Becfe oi thli city and hoJ, a hoit o^ 
inlendii and weZl wliheM. She gAes*i to womanhood In ouA city and li wideZy known. The 
gAoom l6 a 6on o^ Mt. and Hu. J. A. Simpson oj^ Elbow Lake and wai at one time aA6oc- 
lated with ki6 bhothcA In the management 0|J the Hankln&on QAeamcAy. It wai, duAlng thli 
peAiod that the Aomance began which culminated In the wedding this week. The gKoom It, 
at pAe&ent manageA o^ the Elbow Lake CAeameAy and lt> an InduitAlocui and pAomlalng young 
bu&lnei>66 man. 

A{fteA the bAiei honeymoon In the cltie&, hiK. and Ma,*. Slmp&on wlIZ KetuAn to Elbow 
Lake wheAe they will be "at home" a{,teA TebAuaAy Ht. 
HAHKIHSOn HEWS ********** JanuoAy 10, 1924 

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/ne D-^de -Oi a daaghXeA o{i t-Uu. L. A. Tt/Aon o{i tkl6 cJXy and moit 0|^ heA ti{.t ken 
been iperU. -in tkU v-LcJjiLtif wkeAz 6h.z Zi wttt and £avonn.bZif known. The. qfioom aj> Soo 
agtnt at Logan, NV., and a{^eA the. cZo&e. of, Ww. HzAzog'A school, vohlch Ahz l& teaching 
■in ZzZioKd Town&kcp, the. {^amity mUi make, theln. home at Logan. 

KLAWITTFR - WSUm 
MtAA SeZma UjmLtteK and ¥Ke.d Ho&noio 6JU.ppe.d awau qiLletlt/ to Mjmen.pota> a couple 
0^ wee/iA ago and weAe maAAle.d. The btu.de. li a daixghten. oi Wit,. E. L. Klxmitten. o{, this 
city and the. gKoom'i homt -u at l>\oKa, MM. Thzy have. the. congiatuZatiom, and be^it uii&he^ 
0^ many ^AyiendA tn thii v-LcA-vutiy. 

WALLOCH - HARTLE8EW 

A qaieX. home wedding occuAfied at the. home o^ Wl. and Mw. Ftumk ft'/Lcge noKthice^t oi 
this cxty on Thursday, Dec. 20th, when Hi66 CeceZla. WaZZoch became the bfu.de oi knthuJi 
HafitZebzn. Rev. C. Obtudoe^teA peA^onmzd the. ceAemony In thz pKeMence oi fieJbxttveJi and 
Jinmedtate {,fuendi. 

A ilx o'cZjock wedding dlnneA. followed and thz young couple weAe fiecelplentA o^ heoAty 
congfmtuZationi and bzt>t wlj,he.6 f^fwm theJA as&emblzd gazi>t&. 

Thz bfiide ti> a welZ known young lady o^ tkiit city and thz gnoom Lb a -son o/ Ma. and 

Wi&. TlobeAt HoAtlebzn o{^ Ehtghtujood Town6hlp. 

************ 

FELLBAUM - PMEK 

A b-implz quiet home wzddlng occuAXzd at thz homz oi Wi. and UAb. H. M. Tzltbawm on 
Vzc. 15th, 1 92 3, when thz moAAiagz ceAzmony o^ thJUA daughteA, hliii EAtheA E. and Joseph 
Vavek woi solemnized by Rev. ClozteA o^ LldgeAwood tn thz pxzizncz o^ Immzdlatz fie/Mttvzi 
0^ thz bAldaZ coaplz. 

kttuizd hi a whltz &tlk canton cAzpz gown, oveAdtapzd with ipanlih lace with veJJ. 
to match and {^z&toonzd with goAlands o^ ^loweAk and thz vow that united them in holy 
bondi, 0(5 mafumony. 

She wa& ably attzndzd by hzfi sZiteA ElsZz, aj> bfildz&mald whJJie Chanlzi, a bfiotheA 
OjJ thz gfioom, acted as bz&t man. 

Thz bntdz li a gAxduatz oi$ thz StJ>6eton High School In thz clai& o^ '21 altzA which 
ihz hoJi taught iijoo teAmi o^ school In a cAzdAjtablz manneA. Shz l& the izcond youngz&t 
daughtzA o^ H. M. Fettbaum, ?A.zildent o^ the VoAmeAi State Bank o{i HammeA, and gfiown to 
womanhood In RobeAt6 County, wheAz heA amiable disposition and sunny natuAz pKocIaims hen. 
a iavonltz with all. 

Thz gfLOom Is a son of, Wi. and Mw. John Vavzk, pAogfizsslvz ioPjneAJ, o{^ }^^lnneySota 
Township, and Is noted ^ofi his honesty and high choAacteA. 

A{,teA a honzymoon tAip to Vfilcz, Utah, thz couplz will commzncz hou&zkzeplng on 
thz gKoom's hali-sectlon ianm In Ulnnziota Town&hlp wheAz thzy will be at home to ^ec- • 
ztvz theJA fieZatlvzs and intends. Wck' EUlngton RzcoKd 

HAWnWSOW MEWS ************ Vzcembzn. 27, J923 

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MA^TAPOR NEWS 

L(Ut Taz&day a vtfty nicz wzdcUng wa6 heZd -in thz Lidge/woood Catholic ChuAch, bij 
Rev. FoutheA Fafiick, whzn Mc44 CzceZia. HzZzy became thz bfUde. 0^1^. Anton ViMznhozggzA. 
Tht bfu.dz woi dKti&td in wfvUz iWi. amton cAtpz tKumtd volth white. hWi moifiz fiibbon 
and lacz, coMizd a bouquet o^ white, and yeZlow Koi,ti> and ieAni> while the. gfwom woie. a 
navy bluz &eAge luit. They wexe. attendzd by the. g/Loom*6 ^i&teA, Emma, who uxu dAej,6ed 
in a-fvoiit toloKzd dJieM tAimmzd with liZveJi fUbbon and coMied pink hxneA and {,?A.nl>. 

Jomei HeZty acted aj> bzit man and aJUo wofie a bhit ieJvge &uit. HteK thz ceAejnony 
a nice wzdding dlnneA wai 6eAyzd at thz bAidz'i home and in thz zvzning thz young dolki 
gatheAzd and a nicz time waj, znjoyzd by aZt pfizhznt, Thz zvzning woi 6pznt dancing. 

m&6 Czcztia Hzizy il> thz oldest daughter o^ Wi. and t^JU,. WiUiam Hztzy o^ lidgzfi- 
wood and knton VuwznhozggeA i6 thz 6zcond oldz&t ion o^ Uk. and Hnj,. Thzo. VuwznhozggeA 
0^ nzan HantadoK. Thzy both havz a ho6t o^ ^Hizndi who extend congfmtuLatJ.onk. Thz 
nzwtywzdi tz^t ^oJi thz Twin Citizd ^ofi a honzymoon wheJiz they wiiZ viiit ioK a week 
with xeZativzi. Mt. and HKi. Anton VuwznhozggeA. witL makz thzOi ^utwiz homz wz&t o^ 
UantadoK. ..... ContAibutzd. 

HMKJNSON mm ************ JanuoAy TO, 1924 

A wi6z zditoA turn thz {,oliowing in a ^ncnt pagz zditoniat T^ thz buiineM man 

who hoM bzzn hugging his itenogfuipheA 6o a^zctionateZy doz6 not quit, we will publish 
hi& namz. Thz nzxt day ionty buMine-ii mzn caZZzd, singly, at thz o^^{^cz, paid thzin. 
6ub6cniption in advance ioK a yzoA, tz^ contnxicti {oA f^oAty coluimu o^ adveAtiiing to 
tz fum ion. an indz{tinitz length o^ timz, iupplizd thz zditol with {^ohty boxzi o{i good 
cigoAk and told him not to pay any attention to any ^ool fumoKit. 
HANKWSON WEWS ; . January 24, T924 

FIGS IS PIGS 
How well do I fizmzmbzA, It wa^ latz in la6t VzczinbeA, 
I wal> walking down thz itAzzt in manly phldz. . . . 
My heoAt bzgan to lluiteA, And I {^zll into thz gutteA, 
A pig carr,z up and laid down by my iidz. 

Aj> T lay theAz in thz gutteA, With my hzant ititl all a iluttzA, 

A lady poMing by did chancz to iay 

"Vcu can tell a man that boozz&, By the company he choo6eA." 
And, thz pig got up and i>lowly walked away. 
HAhlKTNSON MEWS ************ JanuoAy 24, 1924 

The moAfUagz o^ Uikz EidheA and Uiki Habzl Hztland well known young people oi 
iouth 0^ thi6 city, was. solemnized at St. Vhilip' 6 ChuAch, Monday, Feb. 4th, Rev. 
J 06. F. Stujdnicka oxidating. 

********** FebKuoAy 1, 1924 

RETTI6- FISHER 
Tkz moAAiage o(^ Hi&i Elizabeth Rettig to Ma.. John FiiheA wa&, solemnized at St. 

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VhLtip' i ChuAdh JaoJidajj monnlng at nine. o'cZodz, Rev. Joi. F. Stu.dyu.cka o^f^ciattng. 
Hany iJ-^cencis o^ tkz young couptz weAz pAt&erX at the. wedding. 

The bAtde woa boAn tn tkii nelghbo^ood and ha& fLeJ>tded heAe aJUi heA It^e, being 
a daughteA o^ Hu. Joitph Rzttig. Thz gfioom aj> a &on o^ Ma. and Maa. Jacob TZiheA and 
hxi& tikeuii&e. lived in HanlUnion ^.oice boyhood. 

Thz bfUdz Moi attended by UangoAet JatgeJi ai, maid of, honoA, wkiZe the. oKoom woi, 
attended by Nick SchlZtz. Uu. C. H. Mc VoneZZ played thz Mzddlng moAch. Thz ceAemony 
wa6 followed by a 5 o'clock dlnnzA ^oA thz bfildal paAty at thz homz o{, thz gAoom. 

Thz young couplz viilZ makz Hanklnion thzlA homz, thz gAoom being einplayzd In thz 
Soo Aoundhoa&z. 

HANKJNSOM MEWS . ********** FEBRUAW U, 1924 

TOVUIAR COUPLE WEV 

Ui&i Rzglnz BAoun and Waldon J. GAzzn, HoAAlzd Feb. 29th 

Wzddlng Took Place In Hinnzapolli La6t pAlday In thz PAe6zncz o^ Tnlendi, and 

Relatives 

The maAAlagz o^ Ul&i Rzglnz H. BAaun, daughteA oi Ua. and Wn>. Math SAaun o^ Wah- 
peton and WaldAon J. GAzzn, ion ojj Wi. and Mw. John GAzzn o^ Hanklmon, woi iolemnlzzd 
FAlday moAnlng, Feb. 29th, at thz VAo-CathzdAal o^ St. MaAy'6 In thz pAz&zncz oi a imall 
gAoup oi ^Alzndi and AeZatlvzi. Thz czAzmony wa& pzAloAmzd by Rev. Ca&zy, one o{, the 
pastoAS 0^ thz chuAch. 

Thz bAldz uioAz a govwi o^ dank bluz choAmzzn, a hat o^ black mltan, tAamzd In 
whltz and a coAiagz o^ uohltz 4,u)zzt pzas, lltlzi> oi thz valZzy and pAlmAoizi. hii6A UoAy 
PopplzA oi HinnzapotU, coa&ln oi thz gAoom, wa6 thz maid oi honoA and only bAldxxJL 
attendznt. Shz imu> gownzd In dank bluz canton cAepe and Spanlih lacz vxLth hjit to match. 
HeA ilowzAi weAz whltz iwzet pza6 and pink Ao-izbudi. 

Ha. GAzen wa4 attendzd by EduxiAd PopplzA oi f^lnnzapotd, , aii>o a coailn oi thz gAoom, 
OM bz&t man. 

Following thz ceAzmony a wzdding bAzakiait wa& ieAvzd In thz Gold Aoom at thz Rad- 
li>ion Hotzl. Thz table wa-s bzautliuUiy dzcoAotzd with pink and whltz bAldzi Aoizi and 
puMy mJJioiM. FouAtezn guz&ti wzaz pAz&ent. kitzA a ihoAt wzddlng tAlp eM,t, h'A. and 
Maa. GAzzn will be homz at 59 - TSth St. HoAth, lUnneapolli. 
HANKJNSON NEWS ********** ^^^ ^^ 7924 

UcVONALV-KAHLER 

MoAi/ Angela fJ<cVonald and Otto HznAy KahleA oi liinnzapolii, , wzAz moAAizd In that 
cltij on SatuAday, MaAch 22nd, at S:30 o'clock In thz zvzning. The czAemony woi peAioAm- 
ed by Rev. JeAemlah HoAAlngton, poitoA oi thz ChuAch oi thz Aicznilon. Thz aXtendant& 
weAz Ma., and Ua&. L. E. Woliz. 

The wedding wa/> loAgzly attendzd by admiAing iAlzndi and at thz conclusion oi the 
ImpAziilvz czAzmony thz wzddlng panty AzpalAzd to thz homz oi \^A. and M^. C. A. ChlnbeAg 
wheAz a ioclaZ zvzning wa6 ipznt and a bountliul Azpadt wai, izAvzd at midnight. 

The bAldz li a daughteA oi W^. and Ma4. A. M. h\cVonaZd and ioA many yzoAi loai zmp- 

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Zoytd 04 boofefeeepeA and itznoQKaphtn. {^ofi thz Hankiyiion WuAAeAi/ Company. She. -li a kigh- 
iLj tducattd and accomptL6he.d young lady and counti ai inliyidi all who knew hzA heAe. 
whdAe. 6hz hoi gKcMn to womanhood. 

Thz gKoom aJUo hoi a. ZaXge. numbeA o£ iAyiejidl, heAJL, having v^ited In Hankln&on 
^Ke.qaently. He li ^oleman and tnQlnz tzMtzA {^ok the. NoKtheAn TViz AppoAatoi Company. 

Ma. and Wu,. KaJiteA oM. at pJizieyvt making theAM. home at 1827 Bfiyant Ave. W. , Mp^., 
and zxpect to go to hoii&tkeeplng lateA in the. ipfu.ng. 

TheAM. many {^znds join, with thz NEWS, i,n extending congnatulatLoni. 

HANKWSOM HEDIS . . * * * MoAc/i 20, 1924 

MEPEWWALPT-JASMER 

The. moAAiagt o^ UUiTxeA-da Uedenwaldt and Choi. Ja&meA, Jfi. , wai solemnized at 
thz LutheAan ChuAch in tkU city tku a^eAnoon, the. ceAemony beting peAionrntd by Reu. 
J. P. KZaa6leA. The gnoom.wa& attended by Rudolph Uzdenwaldt, a bfiotheA oi the bnJ.de, 
and thz bni.dz uxu, attendzd by Ui6i Mathilda Ja^meA, a 6i6teA 0){ thz gfwom. Following 
thz ceAzmony a wedding Kzczptlon and.^vz P.M. dinneA woA izAved to neoA Kzlativzi> and 
iAiendi 0^ thz contAacting paAtizi> at thz homz o^ thz bKidzi' paAent6 in MoKan Towmhip. 

Thz bnidz ij> a daaghteA o^ Ma. and, Ma4. Wm. J. Uzdznwaldt and thz gnxjom Ld a ion 
OjJ Va. and Um>. Chrn^. Ja&mzn, SR. , o^ BeJiiond. Both bnZdz and gfioom havz livzd heAz all 
theiA ILvzi and oAz weXl known ioK thziA zxzzllent tAoitJ, of^ cJioAacteA and likzablz 
quaZiti.eJ> and havz a holt o^ ^Aiends who join in zxtznding congKatulationA and bz6t wiihzii. 

Thz gfwom hoi pufLzha&zd thz Maa. SchzlZeA houiz on thz nofith &idz and the happy 
couplz well makz thziA lutuAz homz in thiM city. 
HkUnUSOH HEm ********** ^^y^ 27, 7924 

MARRIEf AT O/TWWIPEG 
\ilalteA Zladow and bKidjz, nee Mina Sladow, oAAlvzd homz Za&t wzzk and oAz making 
thziA homz at thz KlheAt Zladow homz no nth oi town. Thzy weAz moAAizd fizzzntZy at 
Winnipeg, Canada, and spent thziA honzymoon in thz Canadian noAthozit. 

Thz Qfioom i6 a son o^ Ma. and MAi. MbeAt Bladow and thz bnldz Is a daaghteA 
0^ M/L. and Ma4. Chas. Bladow. Both weAz bofin in this neighborhood, the iamlLies being 
pAominznt mzmbeAS o^ thz pionzeA colony noKth o^ town, and a host o{, dnlends oAe 
pleased to extend congnatulattons and best wlshzs to thz young couplz. 
HANKWSON NEWS ********** ^p^j_^ j^,^ jg24 

MARRIEP in MINNEAPOLIS 

Hiss Elsiz HUbKondt, daaghteA o{i M/l. and Wis. HeAman Hilhfiandt, Sk.,o^ this city, 
and Ma. Samuel Hantman, o^ Uilvoauiizz, WI., weAe qaiztly manAied at. Uinneapotis Tazsday 
moAning. Thzy aJuUvzd in Hankinson in thz zvzning and irnnzdlately went to thz Kiilbfiandt 
home wheAz a well oAMongzd fizception had bzzn planned and a sumptuous suppeA was served 
to nzoA Kzlativzs and {jhlznds. 

Thz bfitdz Mas boAn and Aalszd heAz and Is well and {^avona.bly known. The gAoom -l6 
also a young man o^ good habits and AeJ>pzctzd cha/iacteA ts employed in f-UIwaukze wheAe 
they will makz thziA {^utuAz homz. A host o^ ^nlends join in wishing them a long Hie, 

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kappinui and pnopzAAJLtj uuMiOLUt meixiuAe. 

HANKINSOM NEWS ********** Mat/ 7, 1924 

POPULAR COUPLE iiJEV 

The, maJifUage. o^ C. W, ScMamm o^ tku cJMj to Mt^A MoAt/ MoAgucAi^e Pakl oi Lidge.K- 
wood occuM-zd at FoAgo at S:30 o'clock ThuA&day mofuung, Hay lit, tht ceJiejnony b^ng peA- 
^oKincd by Rev. Fk. Ryan. The czAzmony mi& uiitnz&izd by -urmzdiatz AzZatlvzi and admoUng 
^^znd6 and at thz concJiu6ton o^ thz -unpfieJiJi-ivz cztzmony thz wzddlng poAty fizpaJjizd to 
tkz GoMdnzA. Hotzi whzAz a bountiful {^vz coauz wzdding bAzjakia^t n'oi izAvzd. Ihz dtn- 
^nQ. haJUi {MM bzawtL{,uZiy dzcofuxtzd iox thz occa&ton, and iixu, gtvzn In hanon. oi thz nzwly 
wzd6 by thz bAtdz'6 mothzfi. Thz bnXdz vooA attOizd In a gown o^ cocoa tan zjrhAoldzAzd 
chznttiz gzoAgzttz ovza Canton cnzpz and coAfiizd a bouquet o^ iwezt: pza6, 

Thz bntdz ti a daughtzA. o^ Mw. CAthzAlnz PahJL oi LidgzAwood, and 16 an accomplZih- 
zd young Zady, a{^£ablz and choAmcng, and counti a& ^Alzndi aJLL who know hzA. 

Thz gfioom ti a ion 0|{ M^t. and M/iA. I^,ath Schnarn and -6s onz of, thz itzAtaig young mzn 
ojj Hankaiion and hai Zivzd -In thti> conmunAXy pAactlcaZZy att ha> tiiz. Ton thz poit ^ew 
yzau hz hai bzzn tn bai>tnz&6 hzAz tn poAtnzA&hlp with kU bAothzA Van, conductxng thz 
CoimzActaZ Hotzt. 

Thz happy young couplz wWi ipznd thzOi honzymoon at Vututh, l-^nnzapol^Jji and othzA 
potnt&j and wiZZ bz at homz tn Hanklnion o.{^tzA Jane ISth. 

Out o£ town guz&t6 who wzAz pKziznt at thz wzddlng wzAc Ma. and 1^aj>. W. F. Ekzi, 
}.Ui6. CathzAinz Pahl, Ak. and Ufa. F. J. PahZ, f.ii66 CathzAinz Vahl, HUi Vuzaa and Poy 
Van Vynz. 

HANKINSOM NEWS May T, 1924 

Kim - KASA 

A vzAy pAztty wzddtng occuAAzd at St. PkULLp' i, ChuAch Tuz&day monnlng, wfien MX64 
ELizabzth Klnn o^ Hankin6on bzcamz thz bfvidz oi GzoAgz L. Ka6a o^ StAzztzA, IL. Thz 
czAzsnony wai pzA{fOnxnzd by Rzv. Jo6. F. Studnlcka. 

Thz bAldz wai, attended by hzA i-UtzA h'Jj,6 KathAyn Ktnn. Thz bnldz'i bAothzA 
Nicholai) Klnn detzd ai, bzAt man. 

M-C44 lAenz Klnn, oi Wahpeton and a coa^tn oi the bAldz, playzd the wzddlng moAch. 
Thz bAide wofie a wkltz choAmza&e gown and a vzlt which wai aAtl&tlcalZy aAAangzd. She 
coAAlzd a bouquzt o{, tULLzi o{, the valZzy and whltz Ao-izA. 

Thz bfudz&mald wai gowned In a lavendeJi 6llk cAzpz dAeM> and hat. of^ the iomz cotoK. 
Shz coHAled a bouquet o^ iweet pzoi. 

AjJ-tcA thz wzddlng ceAemony the young couple AepalAed to the home oi the bnlde' i 
mothzA, Mw.PeteA Klnn iouth o{i town, wheAe a bountiful wedding dlnnzA wai ieAved to 
about onz hundAed n.elatlvei and guziti. 

The houie a-oA beautliuUy decoAoted {,oA thz occailon. Thz bfildz li a daughtzA o< 
h'Ai. PetzA Klnn o{, Hanklnion. She g-^cw to womanhood heAz and li one o{j the popuIoA young 
women o{, the community, well tikzd and admlned by all who know hex. 

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Thz gAX)om l& a 6on 0)$ M^. Geo-^ge Kcu>a o(, Cfiookiton, MN. Hz -i6 a young man o^ 
^Inz dWiacteA and ipZzndld quatctiu. 

Jhz happy couplz tz^t thz Aomz zveyUng ioK Cfiook^ion and othzA f^A,nnz6ota poirUi, 
wheAz tkzy vxltt Apznd ihzAA honzymoon. 

Thz out-oi-toim. gazits vozAz thz gnoom'i iaihzA, GzoJigz Ka6a, o^ Cfiookiton, thz 
Wm. Kinn and Max BoAthzti ^amitizi o£ Wahpzton. 

HMKIMSON MElilS ********** fJiay S, 1924 

WTPPERMAW-McCARTH/ 

Echa Wippznman, daagkttfi o^ MyoK and Wii>. Max WlppzAJtmi wa4 maxtczd lai,t SoXvJvday 
to Jtutin McCanthy o^ HUwaukzz, WI. 

Thz wzddcng wa4 hztd at thz homz oi thz bfu.dz'& Kant, M&& Anna Wlppzfumn, and wai 
attzndzd by Azlativzi KuldJjng in HUuxmkzz. Hx. and Uu. McCafithy wltt bz at homz at 
255 - 13^ StAzzt, iWbmikzz, WI. 

Thz bKidz uxad bofin 'in Hankinion and Apznt hzA. giAJUiood hzAz, gfiaxluating {lAam ouJi 
HoQjaZ high school a& an honon. itudznt. LateA 6hz i,pznt izvzAoZ yzau in tAaining ai a 
nu/u>z in a ZoAgz ho^pitaZ in MiMixmkzz, bzcoming a fizgiJitzAzd nafiiz. Toft 4ome timz 
6hz hai, bzzn nuA&z in chafigz o^ a lafigz mana^actuAing plant in Hiiwaukzz. Thz gfioom ij> 
a pJLOminznt HUiMukzz ba6inzi,6 man. 

HANKZNSON NEWS ********** May 15, 7924 

(UEEK OT WEWWGS 
ThAzz Coupl.^^ Takz UafUiiagz Vom.... 
Wztt Knoim Hanki.n6on Pzoplz Join thz Junz NzwlywzdA . . . , 

O/TPPERMAM - BUVGE 

Thz homz o^ Mt.. and Mw. WilZiam Budgz, 417 Vou/ith Ave. wai, thz 4cene oi a qaizt. 
and iiimptz wzdding izAvicz Za&t zvzning whzn Ui&i Etia WippzAman, dxiaghtzA o^ Ufi. and 
Aiw. HznAy Wippznman o^ Hanklnion, bzcamz thz bfbidz oi Ennz&t Jamz6 Budge, ion oi Ma. 
and Ufii,. Budgz. 

SpAing bZoiiomi and tightzd candZzS dzcoAotzd thz Living hoom u}hi.ch um thz izznz 
o{, thz ieAvicz. Rev. EdwoAd F. BoiwoAth o^ thz P-tymouth CongKzgatlonaZ ChuAch o^^iciatzd. 

Thz bfvidz iwfiz a bzi.gz cotoKzd iait with accziioKizi to hanir.onizz, and hzA {^ZowzAi 
wzAz a dOKdagz oAAangzmznt oi iwzzthzoAt Aoizbudi. 

Totlouiing thz wzdding KziKUhmzjtiti wzAz izAvzd in thz dining Koom whzAc. KiiAi Uadofux 
Know and Mti4 GzntAudz Ski,nnzA pfiziidzd. Fink KoizM and moAqazAitzi and amdlzi wzAz 
ottAacXlvzLy aAAongzd in thz dining Aoom. 

Ma., and ^tw. Budgz Izit SatuAday zvzning {,0^1 Gfiand Canyon, kl., and San Tfiancxico 
on thziA honzymoon, and upon thzJA fiztuAn, thzy zxpzcX. to bz at homz tejnpofioAity in 
Pzsnbina, UV. 

Uaj,. Budgz ii a gtiaduatz oi thz Univ. oi flinnziota and Ma. Burfge oi thz Univ. oi 
UohXh Vakota whzAz hz ij> a membzA oi AZpha Taa Omzga ifiatzAnity . 

Cut oi town guziti hzAz iol thz wzdding wzAz it&tZAJ, oi thz bni-dzgoom, Clvfiliiz E. 

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Badge o{j BXimoAcfe, Jtii-lz M. Badgz o^ HinnzapotU and BeAnA.ce. E. Badge o{^ CyilbeA, UN 

GAjmd Fofiiu, HeAaZd, June 2nd 

The bfu.de wcls emptoye.d -in thz HankAjnon HZgh. School ^OA. izveAoZ yzau and duAing 
thz pait ije.au had a partition In thz Elimanxik High School. Shz ha^ a ho6t oi$ £nlend^ In 
Hankuuon who oAe. ple.a^zd to extend congfuvtulaiAMnl, and be^t u)i&heJ>. 

?0?P - KRAUSE 

Thii a{^eAnoon [Thauday] , Zn tht phJivatt paAZoh^ o^ ike. Coimtock HoteZ at Moo^e- 
fiead, a qwiet. uoeddlng occuM.zd, thz pfu.ncA.palj> beJjig Hl^i HazeZ Popp and EdinoJid H. Kfumi,e, 
both o(, Hanktn&on. The. ceAejnonij iiXii> peA^ofmed by Reu. F. C. Ahfteni, and the. only atJiend- 
ant u)a^ Hci>6 Edith Kfuui&z o^ Fotgo, a i-ikteA o^ the. gfioom, ujho acted oi maZd o^ ho no a.. 

The. wzddtng aj> tkz culmination o^ a pfietty fwmance. that be.gan in the. childhood o^ 
the. pfu.ncA.pali, both having be.eji bofin hi Zichland County. The. bfu.de U, the. only dajxghteA 
0^ M^. and Mw. Wm. ?opp o^ thci city, and well known among oufi plonzeA cJXizzm. She. 
l& a gfiaduatz o^ the f/anfe-oiAon High School and hoi a ho&t o£ {,fu.end6 and weZl wliheM. 

Thz gfioom l& the. only 6on o^ Hfi&. Ffizd lOiaiue. o^ this city and -ii employzd a& fwAoZ 
mall cafOiieX on fwute. mmbeA two ^fiom tJuJ> city. Hz l& a f^aJjthluZ and conl>CA.zntiou^ 
mejnbeA. o{, thz local po^to^^cz {^oficz and li highly fiz&pzctzd {^oK hii iteAting Quatit-iej>. 

k{^tzfi a bfUzi honzymoon, Mt. and Mti. lOiau^z wiZl go to hoaiekzzplng in apoAtmentJi 
In thz Cunningham ^lati whzfiz thzy wiZl bz "at homz" to thziA ifu.znd& a^tzfi July Ut. 

MOURER - MILLER 

Uonday, June 2nd, at 11 AM, a quA.eX wzdding took pla.cz at thz homz o^ thz bfu.de' i> 
llitzfi, WU). 0. F. CauLkiyU), when J. lAznz UovJieA 0({ Gfizzndalz bzcamz the bfildz o{, Hfi. 
Tfizd A. ULLizfL 0^ HuU, ^W. Thz Rev. F. W. StolZ, o^ Whitz Hock peAiofmzd thz cef.emony. 

Thz bfvidat paAty itood undeA a wfizath o^ applz bloaom, with Ufa. Floyd Wz&t of, 
St. Cloud, MW. , iliteA 0^ thz gfioom, acting aj> matfwn o^ honofi and AndAZM) t^ouAzA, Jfi. , 
bfiothzfi o{, thz bfildz, and ElZa MouAeA, cou&in o^ thz bfiidz, cus thz othzfi attendants. 
Both thz bfiidz and thz matAon o^ honofi wofiz dfiz66z^ oi tan litk cfizpz, and thz bfiidzsmald 
wofiz pink voilz, and all cafOiizd laAgz bouquzti of, violets. A{,teA. thz ceAemony a bountl- 
ial dinnzA was izfivzd to thz irmzdiatz AeZativzi , who numbeAzd about thifity . Among those 
pfizsznt wzfiz Wii>. I. A. Tyson, Ma4. P. W. IhouAzfi and iainily, and Ufi. and Wu,. AfithuA 
VeteAMon and {^amily. 

Thz bfildz is a gftaduatz o^ thz local High School, and attendzd thz Vallzy City 
noftmal. Sincz that time shz has bzzn tzaching, juit {linishing heA last tzfm oi ichool 
south 0(5 Handan, hlV. 

Thz gfioom Is an employ zz oi thz UofitheAn Pacific at Hu{,{,, wheAz he has seAvzd as 
station agznt ^OK szveAal yza/is. 

Thz happy couplz Iz^t on thz zvznlng tAain iofi Idaho whzfiz thzy will visit thz 
gfioom' s mothzfi. A^teA iouA wzzks honzymoon thzy will bz at homz at Hu^i, NV. 

HANKWSON NEWS ********** jt^^e 5, 1924 

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JOHNSON - lANVER 

A' qaieX. Me.ddLng occuAAzd cut FeJigiu TaZti SaiuAxlay, when Rev. A. BecizeA pdA^^ofmud 
tkt ceJiesnony that imitzd ion. JLi^z McA4 VzoaZ Johnson and Ma.. i}llfZaim F. landti. Only 
the. nect&^aty iuctnei4e4 weAt -ai attendance, and ismedjjateZy ait&A the ceAemony the 
neuttywedi, le^t ion. VteAivJie. TaAk on OtteAtalL lake. wheAt they one. Spending theln. honey- 
moon. 

- The bKide -ti a populaA (ilahpeton young tody who wltt be welcomed at HankJjUiOni,' 
ioclat CyOuite& oi the yoimgeA iet. The gnoom li a ion oi Wi. and Un&. CaJil landeJi oi 
thi& city and hai been a fiei>ident oi HankAJUiOn all hii UL^e. He li employed a6 a mech- 
anic in the Nohth Stan. Ganage, In cJiange oi the baitenif depantment, and li> welZ known 
and highly neipected. 

hOu and Un&. landen will n.etuAn to Hanlun&on Satunday and Immediately go to hotue- 
keeping -in the John Odenbach cottage. 
HANKJNSON NBilS ********** j^^ 26, 7924 

fnlendi oi lMi>i> Chnl&tlne HaimenLick oi Wahpeton, who taught In thli v-iclncty 

a (Jew yeaA6 ago, wJiZJL be pleaded to hean oi hen mannlage to WlZtlam V.o-it oi Tango. 

The wedding ceAemony wat, penionmed at St. Many' 6 Cathednal at Tango, Tuesday, July Ut, 

by Reu. TatheA Eagen. They will make thein iutune home at Fango. ^^n. RoAt wa6 employed 

by the flnit National Bank oi this place ion ievenaZ yeaA&. Unj,. Voit ha/, been employed 

ai a statistician in the ioAm management oi the Nonth Dakota Agnicultanal College ion 

the past thnee yeans. 

**********. j^^ TQ^ J924 

A manniage license was Issued on July 10th to Hiss Ida M. Hinck, daughten oi 

Rev. T. Hlnck oi Gneat Zend and Otto I. liZl oi Ann Anbon, MI. 

********** j^y j7^ ,024 

SOON TO WEV ■ ■ 

Announcements have been necelved heAe oi the ionthcoming manniage oi Fnedenlck 
William Gnawe, oldest son oi Hn. and Has. film. Gnawe oi this city, but ion seveAol yeaxs 
past a nesldent oi Tlentywood, Montana. 

The bnlde to be is Hiss Hildned Vinglnla Hlmes, daughten oi Vn. and Hns. Edioand 
W. H.ur\es oi HLssoula, MT. , at whose house the wedding will take place on Wednesday, 
August 6th. 

The gnoom gnew to manhood in Hanklnson and has a host oi intends hene. He has 
made good in Vlentywood whene he senved ion sevenal yeoAS as Hayon and has hel-d oth.en 
positions oi honon and tnust. 

Following the wedding the newlyweds will leave on an extended honeymoon, Hankln- 
son being included in thein itlnenany. 

. ********** j(^y 37^ ,924 

H1HES - GRAWE 

Hissoula [Montana] lUssoullan: One oi the pnettlest home weddings oi the 

season occunned last Wednesday aitennoon at 4:30 o'clock when Hiss Hildned V. HimeA 

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anu r/ie.Qe/u.cr>i w. u/iawe weAe im-cxea ^n maAA^ag& cuC the homz of^ tkz brvLdz' i> poJinnXi on 
Sovutk fooAth StAZi^t. 

The hoiLiz woi oAJtUticjoZZy dzcoHcutzd vuMi fioiU and iwzeX ptca, ca/ifuf-lng out a 
colon. 6chzjnz 0^ pink and wHaXz. 

Tht bfUde., bexuitl^ulZy goumtd .in lanvin g/teen madatlm cAtpz and caAAylng a ihowzA 
bouquzX: 0^ tabz and ophzLLa A06ZJ>, trvtoAtd to the. ifia^ni o^ Mzndzt6iohn' 6 Wzddlng MoAcA 
playzd by M^. 0. H. Vlxon, 3k. Thz bnldz wa4 attzndzd by hzA ^l&tfi, Hc&6 VtoKzncz M. 
H-LmeJ>-, uko was daJjvtiiy gownzd -in mLdni.Qkt 6atAJi cAzpz and caAAltd a bnldz^mald' A boa- 
qazt o{, pink AO&Z& and iweei peoi. Thzy pfwctzdzd thAoagh an aiitt ioninzd by thz aZum- 
naz mzmbeAA o^ thz Alpha ?ki TKotzAnUu], to an attoK 0)J iZjowzM and izAM. 

Thz czAzmony wa6 pzKiofmzd by Rev. Je64e lacklzn o^ thz t^zthodut EpUcopal ChuAch 
In thz pAz6zncz o^ Azlativzi and Zrvtimatz ^Alzndi. Thz coloK ichzmz oi pink and wkitz 
woi alMo coAnZzd oat in thz dcuinty Az^Azihrnznti which wzAz izAvzd limzdlatzZy a^tzA thz 
czAZjnony. 

Thz bfu-dz li> thz daughtzA o^ Va. and UA6. E. W. Hlmzi and a populaA mzmbzA 0|$ thz 
youngzA &zt o^ Hi&ioula uihzAz 6hz haj> Apznt hzA gVilhood. Shz gAaduatzd {tlom thz hUj>i- 
oala County High School In J9IS and {^Aom thz Univ. of, Montana In thz cla&6 of, T^22. Shz 
Ia a mzjnbzA oi thz klpha. Phi VnatzArUty. VuAlng thz poit yzoA 6hz hoi been thz llbAaAyian 
o(, thz Hi66oula County High School. 

Thz gAoom l6 a pAominznt bailnz^6 man o^ Vlzntywood. kftzA an zxtzndzd wzddlng tnlp 
to UlnnzapolMt and St. Paul thz young couplz vxilZ makz thzlA homz In Vlzntywood. 

FRI EPMAN-PUWENHOEGGER 

A pAztty homz wzddlng occuAAzd at Zona, UN., on Tuesday of Ijut wzzk, whzn Hi6A 
Joizphlnz TAlzdman bzcamz thz bnldz o^ Wi. ThzodoAz VuwznhozggzA, 3a. Thz wzddlng u'a6 
attzndzd by Azlatlvz& o^ thz contAactlng paAtlz6, Including M^. ThzodoKz VwMznhozggzA, 
Sa., and daughtzA Ellzabztk oi UantadoA. Thz young couplz wzAZ attzndzd duAing thz czAz- 
mony by thz bAidz'6 b/wthzA, PztzA, and thz gAoom'i ilitzA, Elizabzth. LatzA a dzllc- 
looi bAzakia&t wai AZAvzd at thz homz oi thz bAidz' & mothzA. All. thz AzZatlvzA wzAz 
pAz/>znt and In thz zvznlng thz izJitlvltlz^ took thz ionjn oi a big dancz In which many 
iAizjid^ oi thz nzuilywzdi poAtlclpatzd. 

Thz gfioom'& poAznti Az^ldz nzoA MantadoA and hz ha.i many iAizndi In .that vicinity 
who oJiz plzxuzd to zxtznd congAotulxutioni and bzi>t wl6hz^. 

Ma. and Ma4. VuwznhozggzA w-iZt makz thzlA iutuAz homz In lU.nnzapolli> whzAz the 
QAoom ha^ a po6ltion oi condactoA with thz itAzzt AoUIway company. 

HANKJNSON NEWS *»««*«»**» Augait 21, 7924 

VEWER - ROEVER 

Only Immzdiatz AzIatl\)Zyl> wzAz pAZMZnt at thz wzddlng oi l>Li>l^ EithzA VzddzA to Ma. 
ThzodoAz RozdzA, which happy zvznt woi i,olejnnlzzd Wzdnudxiy aitzAnoon at 1 VW aX thz 
LuthzAan ChuAch, Rev. 3. P. Klau^lzA oiilclatlng. 

Thz maid oi honoA woi Ulii StzZta Godzjohn oi GAzat Bend, and thz gfwom woA attzndzd 
by ki& bAothzA WaltzA PozdzA. A Azczptton at thz homz oi thz bAidz iollowzd thz czAzmony. 

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The, contnaciting pa/vtioj, weAe both boAn and fuil&zd In ZLchland County. The bfvidz 
Li> a. daughteA o^ Hn.. and Ww. HobzAt VzddeA o^ EJbna and ^i a dioAmcng young lady uxiXh 
many ^nltndi. The. gnoom li> a 6on o^ Wt. and Hx&. August RoedeA o^ MoAon and Z& votlZ 
knouon 04 an lndibi>t>iLoa& young {^axmtn.. 

The. newZywedi uUjU. ieXttz on the. Godejohn ^afun iouthwt&t o^ tkii CAJty. 

********** SeptembeA IS, 1924 

RATHGEBER-WINEFELPT 
'Ga&tav Wlne^eldt and Mci4 Anna HathgzbeA d/iovz oveA to Wahpeton Monday wheAe. they 
weAe qaietZy waJUiLed with only iyvtanatz iKiendh -6t attendance. The young couple ate weZZ 
and {^avonjabtey known and have a. ko6t o^ f^fu.e.nd& and welZ Ml&heA&. The bfu.de ha& gAown 
to womanhood In oafi city and -U a chaining young lady and hZghZjy fiegoAded. The gA.oom i& 
an Znduktxioali young man and ha6 the fiz&pect and ei-teem of, the entOie communitij. 

Ufi. and Uhi,. WlnedeZdt oAe now staying at. the J. J. Jone6 home ju&t weji>t o{, the cJXy 
wheKz the QKoom ti emptoyed on thz 3onzi> VoaJuj Tafm. 

»»»«»»»««* Oc;tx}beA 2, 1924 

LJCENSEV TO WEV 
UoMAjige Zlcen^eJi weAe Z66ued {^Kom County Judge fan knnam'i oiilce the pa&t ^ew 
dayi to CaAl A. {UtHpAtcht and ULiA CZoAa W. Hoe{^, both o^ LidgeMwood; HoAold E. Sam- 
uzJUon and Hiii €va Schmltt, both o^ Wahpeton and RobeAt: C. HaAk& and Wc44 lAene M. Tfu.- 
tten, both o^ GAeat Bend. 

EARL CAULKWS hlAmiEV 

UobeAt EoaZ CauHilni, o^ WahpeXon and Hi66 Cona StoKey oi BAeckenfudge weAz united 

In maAAiage lait Thu/u>day a{^eAnoon at the. home o^ the bAide'6 poAenti. Vfi. H. W. Knowlzi, 

PaitoA 0^ the M. E. ChuAch o^ BAeckenftidge, o^fiZclated. 

»♦»»«»*»*« Q^^l^^ 9^ J924 

BUVACK - SCHULT2 
The mafiAiage o{i HLii MaAgoAet M. Budack to Ma. LZoyd L. Schultz wai iolemntzed at 
the LutheAan ChuAch tn thli cLty Wednesday a{^teAnoon at 2 Vi\ in the. pAeMence oi AeZativzi 
and a ^eMj i.ntAJi\ate {jAZends. 

The bAA.de U, a daughteA o^ Ma. and MA6. HeAman Badack, AziZding iouthweAt o^ ^^ank- 
tmon, and ha& gAown to womanhood Zn thii> vtclnlty. She -c-s a chaAirA-ng young lady uiith 
many j^Atendi. The gAoom -i6 a 6on o^ Ma. and Maa. Augu&t Schultz, who ioAmeAly Azitded 
-in the iamz nz^ghb'oAhood but who oAz now Azitdznti o^ Hinnz&ota. Hz -ii an tndu6tAtou.i> 
young man, highly AzgaAdzd by all who k.now him. A laAgz cLacIz oi iAtzndi zxtznd bz6t 
wuhzi to thz young coaplz. 

********** . OcXobzA 16, 1924 

WITTE - MELBV 
A qulzt wzddZng wai> iolzmnlzed at thz Catholic poA&onagz at 5 ?l^ ThuAiday aitzA- 
noon, Oct. 16th, when Rev. Fa. Studnlcka pAonounczd the woAd& that unacted ioA liiz 
Mi44 VoAothy Wltte and Ma. E^ca P. Uzlby. Only Immzdlatz AeZatlvzi, oi the bAlde weAe 
pAz&znt. 

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Tht young couple, culz widely known thKouQhout thli, pant oi ihz county. Jhz bildz 
-U a. daaghtzt o^ Un.. and M^. PauZ WZtte. and hxu gKoim to mmanhood in ouA city. A 
gKaduatz o{, ihz Hankln&on H^gh Schoot, ihz engaged in teaching {,01 a numbeA o{j yeau 
and uxu> numbered among the moit 6ucct66^ut o^ the many exceZLejnt teacheM tuAned out by 
the. local high school. She po6&zl>&eJt a chafming pe/uonality and ha& many ifu.endj> uheAt- 
eucA known. 

. The gkoom Zi ai6l6tant caiikieM. o^ the TatmeM S HeAchanti Bank oi thti city and 
duJilng the time he hai, Aeitded hfie ha& won the. n.e/>pect and esteem 0(J the entOie comm- 
unity. The congiatuZationi) and be^t wciheJ^ o^ all oJie. extended to the worthy young 
couple. 

Ma. and Mw. Mc£fct/ have gone to hou&ekeeping in apantmenti in the Cunningham ^lat&. 

»,*»,**«», OctobeA 23, 7924 

HENTZ - WIRTZ 

St. Philip' 6 ChuAch wai the icene o^ a veJiy pKetty wedding at 10 AM Wednesday 
Tfio fining, when \Uj>l Elizabeth Hentz became the bnide. o^ hVi. Uathiai Wintz. The wedding 
ceremony wai peA^oHmed by Rev. 3o&. F. Studnicka. 

MXi4 Anna Wintz, 6i6teA o^ thz gAoom, acted 04 bnide^maid and Nick Hentz, bAotheA 
0({ thz bAide wai beit man. A^teA the ceAemony a wedding dlnneA wai ieAved at the home 
o£ the gfwom'i pafientd in Waldo. 

HL&& Hentz wai, the daughteA o^ Ma. and Wi6. Matt Hentz, and iince thelA death, 
i>he had made heA home with the Hick WaweAA family in GKeendaZe. She ii widely known 
and highly KeMpected thAoughout this community. 

The gAoom i6 a 6on o^ Ma. and Maa. Mike liliAtz o{, Watdo. He al&o i& well and 
^avoAably known and hai gained the Aeputation o^ being one od ouA pnogAeJihive young 
^OAmeAi. 

The happy young couple will leave Fniday on theiA wedding tnip to vaAioui points 
in Minnesota. They have a hoit o^ ^Aiendi who wi4ih them a happy and pA06peAou/> mofiAied 
tiie. ********** 

OctobeA 30, 1924 
LEE - WAWEPS 

Miiiii Mafiy lee and Ma. Mike WojweAi mxe united in moAAiage at St. Philip' i ChuAch 
at 9 AM Tuesday moAning, Rev. Joi. F. Stadnicka peA^oAming the ceAemony. Mar.y Aelatlvzi 
and {^Aiendi o^ the contAacting pantizi weAe pAz&ent. The bAide txa& gowned in a cAeation 
o{, white cAepe de chine tnimmed in white i>ilk, Spani&h lace and peanZi. She wa& attend- 
ed by Mil,& VoAothy Wintz o{, Hankin6on ai> bAide&maid, the latteA being a second couiin 
0^ the bAide. The gAoom wa4 attended by John Lee, a bAotheA oi the bAide. Following 
the ceAemony the wedding poAty AepaiAed to the home oi the bAide whzAe a bounteous wedd- 
ing bAeak^^aiit wa& ieAved, with immediate Aetativei pAe&ent. 

The bAide ii a daughteA oi Ma. and Ma6. Julian Lee oi BeI{,oAd and ha6 a ho6t oi 
iAA,end6 and admiAeAi>. The gAoom i& a ion o^ MA6. Mick UaweAi o^ thij> city and ii> known 
04 an induafiioui young ianmeA. Both weAe boAn in thit neighboAhood and have lived heAe 

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oJUi theJji ■PJ.veJ). Tke.y havz many ^fUe,nd6 who exiend congfuutLLtcutiom and but uiLiku. 

A^teA a motox tKvp to thz cities a6 a wzddlng toot, thz young couple. mZZ go to 
hou6zke.e.pA,ng on tkt ianm o^ thz g/ioom Zn GKztndaZt Touiniklp. 

Among moMAAge. tLczmu Ziiuzd thz pa^t weefe uxu onz to Mathiai S. Kinn and MuA 
Anna A. KuhZuizln, both o^ Hankin&on. 

********** OctobeA 50. 1924 

THREE COUPLES TAKE MARRIAGE VOWS 

Thz nwuUagz o^ HUi Anna. KuhZwzA.n to MathAMJ> Klnn uxu iotvmlzzd at St. VhiUp'A 
ChuAch on Nov. 5th, at 8 AM ^h thz pfizizncz o^ fizZativzi and {,fu.znd&. Rev. Jo4. F. 
Stwdnlaka oi{/.(iiatzd. Thz bHA,dz woA attzndzd by Mafiy ICLnn, a i-Utz^ o^ thz gnaom and 
LawKantz KA.nn, zouiln o^ thz gfioom actzd xU) bz6t man. 

Ton.om.ng thz cz>iejnony, a wexfcicng bAjzakiait woi izKvzd at thz Uatt Kinn homz, 
Aziatlvzi 0(J thz confiacXZng pa/itizA bzing p^z&znt. 

Thz young coupZz havz gfiom. up In thJU lozaZJity and havz a hoi>t oi inA.(indti. Thz 
bhZdz Xa a daughtzfi o^ hifu and M/l4. GzoKgz KuhZiozln and thz gfuoom aj> a ion oi \fJi. and 
Ma4. Maii KJ.nn, both bzlng pZonzzA. ^amitizA. Thz gfioom aj, a Hankln&on High School 
gnaduatz and Zi now zngagzd Zn ^anming zait o^ tkii, city vchznz thz nwly wzdi, have 
alAzady gonz to hoaizkzzpZng. 

ME/ER - FAUST 

hUj>6 Ch/uJitxnz UzyeJi and Hn.. VztzA Taint weAe quiztly moMlzd at St. VhiZip'6 
ChuAch Wzdnz&day, Uov. 5th, Rev. Jo-i. F. StadnZcka oUZclating. Hztativzl) and irvtanatz 
inyizndui, mitnz&izd thz czKzmony. Thz b>u.dz wai attzndzd by Ui&-i> Cathzfiinz MeyeA, hzfi 
iAjitzn., and Jatua Wvitz actzd oi bzit man. 

A wzddZng- dlnnzfi wai izAvzd at thz bnldz'i homz -in Waldo mth a jolly poAty o^ 
guz&t& in attzndancz. 

Thz bfUdz -a a daughtzA o^ Ma. and Ma6. John MzyzA o^ WaZdo and thz gfvoom a 6on 
o(, Mas. Joi. ToMt. Thz young pzoplz havz tivzd in thii locality alZ thzin. tivzi and 
havz many ^fUzndi loho zxtznd' bzi>t uxL&hz6. 

A($teA a wzdding nip to CKyital, HV., thz young couplz mil Kztufin to Hankin&on 
to fiziidz. 

WILLPRECm'-MUEHLER 

Hanklnkon fizlativzh attzndzd thz wzdding at LidgoJuxaod Wzdnzkday oi Uii>i> Olga 
WillpA.zcht to Wl. ALbznt WuzhZzh.. Thz czn.vnony wai, pzn.lohjnzd by Rev. CloeteA mth 
izZativzi o£ thz conttacting pantizi in attzndancz. A wzdding panty iollowzd thz 
cz/temony at which theAz wa6 much mzM.y making. 

Thz bnidz wai, boAn at LLdgznmod and hai, many Inizndi thztzabouti. Thz g/ioom 
i6 a &on oi Wi. and Hu. Gu6t Muzhlzt o^ BAightwood and ii an indaifiioui young {^aAjnzx. 
Thz young couplz will lattlz on a {^ajm nzan. Cayuga which Ma. MueWeA hai, fizntzd {,oK 

nzxt ioiion. ♦»»*»*»*«» MovmbeA 6, 1924 

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STREGE - SEPLER 
La&t Sunday a^teAnoon at thz home. o£ thz bnldz'i poAzntS neoA LidgeAwood Reu. 
CZoeXzA. itcuid the. woKdud that ioKzvtH. urUted In wedZock, HUi L. StAzge o^ LidgeMuwod 
and Theo SedlzA, one o^ oafi pAominent young {^oArneM,. 

T/ie bfuAe li one o^ the. pfwmlnent young Jiadie/> o{, LLdgeAuxjod, wheAe ihe li 
empZoytd on, bookkeepeA in the. olii.cz o^ the Home Oit Co. The gKoom hot, ipent his 
entiAe ti^e in thi& communiXy ■ and ij> heZd in veAy high eJ>teejn by alUi. 
We aZZ join in vxUkbiQ them a Long and happy moAfvied tiit. 

********** NovesnbeA 20, 1924 

MUEHLER - HEVENWALVT 

The moAAiage o^ HI&6 Erma UuehZeA to Wi. Auguit Medenwaldt uxu solemnized at the 
LutheAon ChuAch on ThuAiday, Nov. 20th. • Rev. J. P. Ktaa&leA peA-iofmed the ceAesnony in 
the pn.zi>enc.e o^ a ZoAge gatheAing o^ fieZajtiveJi and ifiiend&. The bAideJ>maidi> weJie Ella 
MuehleA, iiiteA o^ the bfu.de and TiZLLz Hedenwatdt, nince o^ the. gloom, white the ghjoom 
wa6 attended by AtbeAt MaehteA, bAotheA o^ the b>u.de and HenAy Uedenuxiidt, bAotheA o^ 
the gAoom. Amanda MaehZeA and AdeZlne MedenwaZdt acted a& ^ZoweA giAt&. 

A &ix o'clock dinneA wa& 6eAved at the bnx.de' ■& home to a ZaAge gatheAing o{, KeZ- 
ative^ and iAlends and the ^e^tiviXle^ continued untiZ a late houA. 

The contAacting paAtieJ, have lived in this neighborhood since childhood and both 
one weZl and ^avoAably known. The. bnide is a daughteA 0({ M'l. and l^AS,. Wm. hkiehleA 
and the gAoom a son o^ Ha. and fAu. TeAdlnand Medenimtdt. 

Congnatulations and bzst vilsheA oAe extended by many iOiends to the wonthy 
young couple. 

HANKINSON hlEWS NovembeA 21, 1924 

LEAV1TT - SAUER 

A veAy pKetty wedding took place at the. home o{, M. V. LeaviM: in GAeendale on 
Thanksgiving Day at 3 ?U when theJA. daughteA hiiss FeAn M. too* urujted in moAAlage to 
ChAistian SaueA, 3a., o{, Java, SV. 

The ceAesnony was peAiofmed by Rev. Loach o^ TaiAmount. They stood undeA an oAch- 
deconated withAed, white and pink AoseJ, and pink and white nlbbon stAeameAS. The bnlde 
vxjKe a gown o^ white canton cAepe and coAAled a bouquet o^ Aoses. The bnide^mald, l^lss 
Katie SaueA, siAteA o^ thk. gfwom, aZso was gowned in white canton cuepe. The gn.oom was 
attended by the bfu.de' s bfiotheA, EofiZ Leavitt. following the ceAemony a delicious {ouA 
o'clock dinneA was seAved at the bfu.de' s home to the tmmediate fielatlves. 

The bfiide Is well and iavofuxbly known in this community having attended the Hankln- 
son High School iofi the past {,ouA yeoAS. The gfwom Is a pfiospeAoas young ianmefi o{, Java, 
SV. , at which place the happy young couple will make thelA ^utuAe home. 

ThelA many ifilends extend hexsAty cjongfiatulatlons to the wonthy young couple. 

MOURER - OLSON 
A quiet wedding was solemnized at the home o^ hin. and Uns. P. W. Uounen oi Gneen- 

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Woxd wcu, Ke.czlvzd hzJiz thii weefe o^ iht moAA^gt o^ HUi StzWi Jo6t OfJ San Juan 
CapUiAono, CA., to IM.. Clyde. HawihoAnt oi Long Beac/i, CA. 

T/ie weddcng ceAvnony uocu, peA^oAme-d by Rev. John 0' Sullivan at thz hiliilon tn San 

Juan Capl6tAano on Sat. Jan. 5th. Thz bAA.de. l6 a dcLoghtzfi o^ Hfi. and Hu. t^att Joit o{, 

thZi city and gxei*} to womanhood In HankJjiion. Fox a numbtn. o^ yexiA/^ 4,he. AeAved oa ckLz^ 

teZzphonz opeAatoK in the. locjxL txckangz and hai> a hoi,t oi iAltndi heAe. who e.xtejid ton- 

gjuvtulationi. The. newlywzdi, will make, thein. ^otuAe homz at Long Bzach, CA., wheAz Ha. 

HawthoAnz -ii) employ zd. 

HAMKWSOM NEWS ********** JanuaAJj t, J925 

VOVULAV, .COUPLE WEV 

Hi&6 Hlltiz Talk, dcuxghteJi o^ M^. FAzd Talk o{, tkii cJUty, and HoAAy Boldt, Aon o^ 
Ha. and Ua6, HeArnxn Boldt, who Az&ldz iouth oi tkil, city, weA-Z unitzd In maAAiagz at 
HaymoAz, Sa&k. , Canada, on Wzdne^day, Vzc. 5Ut, Rev. FheZpi peAf^oAming thz czAzmony. 

HUi Nancy ?hzlpi> waj, bAldz&matd and ChoAtiz Vozltz woi bzi>t man. Tmmzdlately a{,teA 
thz czAemony thz happy coaplz lz£t on thziA wzdding tAip to Wtnnipzg and oAfiivzd In thJj, 
city la&t week. Upon thziA oAAlval a bountzoai wzdding dinnzn. wa& 6eAvzd at thz homz o£ 
thz gAoom'i paAznti. 

Both thz bAldz and thz gnoom oAz wzll and {^avoAobly known throughout this community, 

having tivzd hzAz all tkeJA. tivzl> . Ha. and Uaj> . Boldt will makz thziA. homz on thz iafm 

oi thz gAjoom'h poAznti. 

' Thz woAthy couplz have a hoAt o{, iKizndi who wa>h them a long and happy moAAizd li^z. 

********** 

JanuoAy IS, J925 

BAI5LEV - BEEBE 
Hankln6on {,AA.znd6 will fee InteAzitzd In thz maAAiagz o{, HJjii> Jeiazll Bai&lzy to Gzo- 
^z A. Bzzbz, which happy zvznt wai iolemnizzd thz pat,t wzzk. Thz MEWS ha6 bzzn unablz 
to obtain any dztalts bzyond thz iazt that thz maAAiagz took placz, but nzveAtheleM> we 
join with many iKiendit OfJ thz Couplz In zxtznding congAatuLatlonS and bzit wlihzi,. 

Thz bAldz li a daughteA ol Ha. and Ha6. W. F. Bal6lzy of^ Elma Towmhlp and l6 a 
gAaduatz oiJ thz Hankliv!>on High School. Shz gAevJ to womanhood In tki& nzlghboAhood, and 
hoi many {^nlznd& and wtti wiiheAi. Thz gAoom l6 a tAavzLing ialziman who madz Hankln&on 
hl6 hzadquoAtzu ^OA izvzAol yzau bat l& now locatzd In BAzckzuUiidgz wheAz thz neuilywzdf, 
will makz thelA homz. 

********** JanuoAy IS, 192S 

LIEW - GREEW 
Thz maAAiagz oi Hl6i Lylah Lizn and Ha. TAzd H. V. GAzzn wai iolzmnlzzd In hiinnzapoliA 
on Jan. 7th, ioUMzd by a wzdding dinnzA at thz bAldz' i homz. Thz bnldz li a daughteA 
o{, hin.. and Haa. S. K.Lizn oi Hinnzapoll6 and thz gAoom l6 a ion o{, Ha. and Ham. John GAzzn 
oi thl& city. Ha. GAzzn l& In thz dAug ba&lnz&i with hl6 bAotheA E. L. GAzzn at South St. 
Paul, and thz newlywzdi, oAz now nicely Azttlzd In that city. 

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daZz on Sunday, Uov. 30th, cut 2 PM, when thzJji daughteA Etta. Uaudz, wai moAJUzd to Ma.. 
Walt&fi Othon, Rev. CoKfi oi thli cJXy o^^CAXuUng. OnZjj Jbmtdlatt fitiatlvts o^ tht 
contAcicting poAtieJi weAe pA.eJ)tnt at thz ceAesnony. ToZZoiaing tka czAonony a iumptaooi 
ujzdding dinnz'i vxu> iZAvzd. Thz happy young coupZz Izit in thz zvznLng ^oA thziA new 
homz in Uanchz&tzA, Iowa. 

••••*•***• PecembeA 4, 1924 

FEIGNER - VOELTZ 

Ui66 LUtian TzZgnzfi and Wi. Augiut Vozltz weAz qalztZy moAAizd at Uahpzton on 
l^onday oi Znit wzak, thz ceAzsnony bzing pzAionmzd by County Judge VanKMnam. 

Thz bKidz ti a daughtzA o^ M^. and Uu. Gui,t fztgnzA, wzlZ known in tkli comm- 
unity, and i& a choAming young lady. 

Thz gfioom ii a pAolpzAouM young {^afimzA juit acAc.1,6 thz Atatz linz in South Vakota 
whztz thz young coupZz mIZ mafee thziA homz. 

tkmy piizndi oAz plzjUz to zxtznd congAatuZaticni, and b^^t Muhz6. 

«»««»»»»«, VzczjnbzA n, 1924 

MARTIN - KUBm 
Hl6i, Ffiancli IkoAtin, gAondaaghtzA o^ Mt. and Hfu>. John Buddack o{, thij> city and 
Wu Otto Kaehn 0(J LLdgzfaoood weAe unitzd in moAAiagz at thz homz o^ thz gfvoom' 6 bKotkzK 
at. SAzckznAidgz Zait iilzdnziiday, Vzc. Shd. 

Thz bAidz hoi madz hzA homz with hzt ghandpafizntk , Ua. and Wu,. John Buddack o^ 
thii, city 6incz thz dzath o^ hzA mothzA a numbzt o^ yzau ago. Shz ii a choAming 
young lady and ij, wzU. and ^avofiabZy known hzAz. 

Thz gnoom ii> a hon o^ Ua. and Uai,. Choi. Kuzhn who Aziidz nzoA LidgzAf}ood, and ii> 
aZitO {^avoKobty known. Thz happy young couptz wiZt makz thziA iutiiAz homz in LidgznsDood. 
ThziA many {^Aizndi, zxtznd congAatuZation6. 

»«»««»»»»* Vzcdjnbzfi 11, 7924 

POHL - KinTER 
Mw. Vaulinz ?ohZ. and HahAy Kuttzt weAe uniXzd in moMiagz SatuAday at thz CouAt 
Hou6z in {)lahpzton, Judgz Van Annam peA{^ofming thz czAzmony. OnZy thz nzczitiaAy witnzii- 
zi, wz/iz in attzndancz. 

Thz contAacting pantizJi oaz populoA n.zl>idznt6 o^ thz EJbna neighborhood and have 
many Inlzndi, who oaz plzoizd to zxtznd congAotuZationi and bzl>t Ml(>hzi>. 

»«««*«**»» VzcembeA 18, 1924 



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The. s^oom'A many (^Axencfi ^ Hankxn&on aJie. pttoizd to zxtznd congAatuZcutlom and 

HANKJUSON MEWS »»•»»*,«»» JanuaAy 29, 1925 

MISS mVJLE COPVW MARRIEP 
McA4 f^yAtte. Copfxin, daixQhtaA oi Hfi. and Hu. TKtd Coppin o^ BKigktwood Towmhlp 
and M^. PtWi VauJUon, &on o^ Ma., and Ufu,. ?aat&on o^ New E^^gton, SV., voeAt unite.d 
i.n majoviage -in Sl6ieX.on, SV. , on TKiday, Jan. 16th. Mt44 Ma/iy V.ofiick o^ Wew E{i{/.ngton 
wa6 bfiideMnaZd and WaZteA HofUck uxa btitman. La6t ble.dne^da.y evening a wzdding dancz 
woi held at Mac'4 HaLt at Wew E^^gton wkidi woi attendtd by ahout thAzt handfied gae^ti. 

The. bfudz Ls, weJUL and ^avonxibty knoMi Jin thi& city having atttndzd the. iocat High 
School, and ha6 a ho6t oi ^fLie.nd6 heJit u)ho oAe glad to exte.nd congnatM.ationl> . PfLe.vloii6 
to heA maMAjage hhe woA ejmployzd a6 bookkeepe/i ^ofi W. J. KuAtz S Co. o^ Mew E^lngton. 

The gAoom Z& a pfw^peAoiu, young {,aAmeA o^ Ueui E{f^ngton neoA which place the. happy 
couple will make theln. ^utuAz home. 

********** Jonuo^ 29, 1925 

GERESEK - MOTIS 
Steve. Moiti oi Wew E^^ngton and Ui66 Clana GeAe^ek o£ Hankin&on voeAe. maMA.e.d at 
Si&seXon, Ttviday, Jan. 30th. The. NEWS haA been unable to &e.cuA.t any dttcut6 beyond thz 
{^acti) given above. Thz contAacting poAtiti aAe. weJUi known heAz and have thz congAotiiZ- 
ationi) and bz^t wl6he.i o^ many ^Aizndi. 

********** VzbhaaAy 5. T925 

VIVOWZE GRAMEV 
GzoAgz WioA 0^ VzVitlo Towmhip woA gfiantzd a divofice by dziault la6t wzzk {iKom 
hi.6 wi^z Rianchz WioA. VeJ>zAtion wa& choAgzd. WiaA ioid that kii wi{iZ fiziuizd to movz 
to FaiAmoant to livz and that two yzaA6 ago Ahz AztuAnzd to heA old home in thz za6t. 
hiKi. WiaA waJi a tnainzd nuAiz. The couplz wzAz maHKizd duAing thz woA. 
HMKINSON NEWS ********** Fzb/iuaAy 12, 1925 

Hii-ii Lucy AlZzn, daughtzA oi Ua. and Mti. J. klZzn o^ thii place wai uniXzd ijfi moA- 
niagz to Ma.. MJLton Holiday o£ Edgzly, NV. Thz ceAzmony wa6 pzA^ofimzd by Rev. Tathz^ 
Mc Donald at ki6 xziidzncz at 9 AM lait Taz&day moAning. Uii6 Allen il> a highly Ke^pzct- 
zd young lady. A^tzn. gJiaduating ^m thz TaJjmount High School ihz attzndzd thz Baiinz/ii 
Collzgz at Tafigo and {^oA thz pa&t yzoA ha& bzzn zmployzd with Gambzl Vobinion Co. at 
Vallzy City. Ma. Holiday i& managzA o{i thz BuAni-IimneAjmn UeAcantAJiz itofiz at EdgeZy, 
NV., and i.i> well, likzd by all who know him. Af^teA a ihoAt wzdding flip to thz Twin Citizi 
and othzA pointi in Uinnziota, thzy wilZ makz thziA homz in Edgzly wheAz thzy will izczive 
thziA {^ntzndi,. who extend to them congAotulationi and beMt uiU,hzi. 
HANKJNSON NEWS EaiAmount Coluim. . . rzb/iuaAyl9, 7 925 

WARP - ENKERS 
Wednziday evening, Feb. ISth, Hi&i June WoAd bzcamz thz wi^z o^ Eduiin Enkzu at thz 
homz ol thz bhidz' i paAenti, nzaA V.o6holt. 

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Aj^-teA thz ceAzmny a &a.x o'cZoak dinneA wa& idAvtd. CoveAd weAe laid {^ofi in^znty. 
Tfie bKidt -Li the. cfioAmtng daaglttfi o^ Ma., and Mw. CZcuf WoAd o^ Roiho-U:. Tht qfwom Ij, a. 
voeZt knoim young man oi tkU vZcUnlty, 6on o{t Mt. and Mw. b)m. Enkzfii. 

A^tzA dinmA Reu. and MA.A. Nyhai enttnXuLnzd tht gat&ti> tuiXh mui^c. Eue/u/one ieemerf 
to znjoy thz zvznlng and dtpaxZzd ioK tktVi hermit In the, wee houAi, oi mo fining. 
HAMKWSON NEOJS ********** TtbAucuiy 26, 1925 

Tfwm a JameMown papzA we gtzanzd that Mt44 Joizpkint Vutnzy, daughteA o{, W. C. 

Putnzy, woi moA/Uzd to Loull, fiatzla.^^ o^ Jamz&toim.. Hi&6 Vatnzy hai gfiadimtzd a& a nuAiz 

{^fwm TfiLnity Ho6pZtal at Jamzitown. Mfi. Ratzial^ It, a &on oi Wi. and Uu. J. H. RatzZa{^^ 

0^ Ttngfizz, MV. , and hoi bzzn In thz zmptoy o^ thz UoHthz^ Automob-lZz Company 0({ Jamzi- 

toum {fOA. 6omz timz. k{^tz>i a i>hofvt tAip, thz cjOupZz Mitt be at homz to thzoi {^nLzndi, at 

Jamzitotm.. TaVunount Cotumn 

********** H^^y^ 5^ jg25 

Wt. Aug, Saulzn. and Hi66 Coha. Spfiaguz, wztz moMlzd at thz Cathotic poAlih, by thz 
Reu. Tathzfi hicVonatd, la6t weefe. ********** 

HANONSOM WEWS FaxAmount Column MoAc/i 5, 1925 

GUSrmi-KATH 

Uli6 UaXtxz Gu&tman, daugktuA o£ Mt. and Mw. Vfiank Cu&tman o^ {JJaZdo ToMnikip, and 
Ma. ^iZJUam Kath, ion o^ Ma., and Ufii. John Kath 0(J HanJvuu,on, wzAz unctzd in moAfUagz by 
Judgz Van AAnam in \)lahpzton on Wzdnziday, MatcA 4th. 

Mc64 RatUz Gaitman and HaAAy Guitmm actzd aM bfiLdzi>mald and bz&t man. Thz bfiidz 
wonz a dAzi>6 o^ old Aoi>z colokzd iotZn, and coAAczd a loAgz bouquzt o^ Aoi>zi>, coAnatloni 
and {^znm. Thz bAldzimatd woAz a dank bluz dAz&i 0(5 canton cAzpz. A^-teA thz ujzddlng a 
6 o'clock dlnnzA wa6 6zn.\>zd at thz homz o^ Ma., and Mw. IKUUizfi. Thz young couplz oAz 
wztL and ^avoAably known and havz a ho.it o{, ^fUzndi who uicifi them lots o£ luck and happinzii 

********** ^^^ j2, J9Z5 

FORMER HANKWSON GIRL MARRIEP 

m&i Tanniz Evzn&on, daughtzA o^ Ma. and Ma4. T. L. EveMon o^ thi& city, woa moA- 
fUzd to M. C. Lee o{, WateAtoiun, SV. , on Wed. ApfuZ Ut. Thz cztzmony wai pzAionmzd In 
hilnnzapolU In thz pKz&zncz o{) Immzdiatz izlatJ.vzi> and inizndi. Thz happy couplz Iz^t 
thz iomz nZght ioK WateAtom., SV. , wheAz thzy will makz theJji iutuAz homz. 

Mc44 Evznkon woi a ioAmzt Hanklnion giAl. Shz wa^ employzd by thz TaAmzu £ ^feA- 
chantA Bank 0(J thii city ^ofi iomz timz. Bzionz hzfi moAnlagz ihz was employzd by thz 
Bztt TeZzphonz Company o^ UlnnzapolU. Shz ha^ a hoit o^ {^niendi heAz who expend con- 
gfiatulatiom, . Ma. Lee ii a tAaveZing iaZuman, making hti, hzadquoAteAi at WateAtown, SV. 

^ t ******* * ^p,^ 9^ J925 

TTEGS - KRAUSE 

OicoA F. KAamz and Hi&i RoAotinda Tizgi peApztnatzd a happy 6uApAij>z on thziA 

{,fu.zndi> by a quiet wzdding Sunday zvznlng. Unbeknown to even thziA immzdiatz {,amilizi>, 

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-Oiet/ axovz zo zne. nomz of^ Keu. ana aVla. lokox. ana wtut moA/Lcta uuxn onzy ihz mce^6aAy 

The. young couple. aJie. weZt and ^avoAJxbZy known. The bfiide Li a daughteA o^ Uk. and 

Aki. FAonfe T^eg4 and ike gfioom, a. 6on oiJ W'l. and M^. HenAy Kfiaa&e. Both weAz boin in 

ike nelghbofihood and have Lived ikeJie oJUi ikeJji tlve^. The bfu.de Li a ckoAmjig and pop- 

uloA young lady and ike gncom -u an LndaiiALoui and wofiiky young ^anmeA. 

The. congfiaiulailonA oi a ho6i o^ ^Jviendi aJie exiended. 

»««»«»,»«» ^p,^ 3(,^ ,925 

HOLST - LUBENOW 

The moAAlagz o{, UUi Helen E. HCl6t and Mixed W. Lafaenow wa6 solemnized at ike 
LuXkeAan paAionage. Tuesday a^izAnoon, Hay 26ik, at 4 o'clock, In ike pKt&znce o{, xelnXlvzi 
and Ajmedlaie ^fUendi. Rev. J. ?. Klmi&leA peA^oAmed ike ceAzmony. 

Thz bfiidz uxju> aiiAAzd in a gown o^ Ao&ewood {,lai. cfiepz mlik hoi io match and waj, 
attzndzd by heA i-i&ieA, Hii,6 Lulu Hoist, as bAtdz&mald. Thz latieA woxz a ion znieirhlzd 
suit Mlih hat io match. Thz gfioom was attzndzd by RobeAt BeJUng oi Gxzat Bend. 

Thz ceAzmony was dolZowzd by a wzdding dlnneA at thz homz o^ thz bfiidz, ikz gueMis 
bzing hzA irmzdiaiz iamijjy and intimatz ifitznds. Thz coljofi schenz was pink and whiiz. 

Thz nzwlywzds oajl welZ and ^avofuibly known ikfioaghout this szciion. Thz bfiidz is a 
daughteA o{, H>i. and Rw. John C. Hoist o^ ikis city and has a host o^ £fiiznds and well 
wishzAS. Thz gfwom is a son o^ M^. and Mfis. H. A. Lubznow o^ lilhitz EaAtk, W., and Ls 
employ zd in SizveAt's Vfuig Stofiz at Gfizat Bend. Hz has gfwwn to ma/^ood in Gfizat Bend 
and is highly fuzgoAdzd by all. 

I'A. and Wis. lubznow Izii Tuzsday loK a wzdding tAip, ikzAA iiineAOfiy including 
Hinnzapolis, and thz lakz fizgions oi nofithznn Hinnzsota, Wkctz EaAtk, WW., to visit ihz 
gfioom' s poAents, AztuAning ihnough thz Bad Lands. 

Thzy will makz ihziA homz at Gfvzat Bznd. 
HANKINSON NEWS ********** 

WEINKAUF - SCHELLER 

St. PkiZLp's ChuAck was ikz scene o^ a pAzity wedding Tuzsday mofming when Hiss 
UolZy {>lzlnkau{i became ihz bfiidz o^ Tfuxnk ScheZieA. Rev. Jos. F. Siudnlcka peAiofmed 
ikz nu.piA.aZ ceAejnony. 

Thz wzdding rrwich waji playzd by hifis. V. E. Ryan. The bfiidz was gownzd in a dfizss 
oi tan canton cAepe wiik hat to match and caAAizd a bouquet o^ coAnations and LiLizs o{, yj 0:1 

ikz ValZzy. Shz was attzndzd by Hiss HaAgaAet BzckeA who woaz a Ausi coloAzd canton ji- - 

— ^ ?~ 

cfizpz gown. Thz gAoom was attzndzd by FeteA MouAeA. t— ~ 

Thz bfiidz is ike chafiming daaghtzA o^ Ma., and Ufis. RobeAi l^lzinkaai o^ HammzA, SV. 
EoA ikz past i^ew yzaAS shz has bzzn employed in ikis city. VuAing that time she won ,JJ ^ 

ikz high zsizzm o^ all who kneifO heA. Thz gfwom Zs a son o^ Wi. and Maa. John P. SchelZzA 
0(5 ikis city. He g^ew io manhood heAe and ij, a man o^ splendid chaAacieA. 

Thzy liavz a host o^ ^fiiends who extend congfiatulations. A^teA ikz ceAzmony a wzdding 

dinnzA was seAved at ike homz o^ ikz gfwom' s paAznis, Ma, and Has. John P. SchztteA, io 
immzdiate KeZativzs and ^fUends. The happy couple will makz ikexA. homz witk the gfioom' s _ 
poAzntS. * * * *(5*i)* * * * * Hay 2S. 7925 g 



HOFFMAN - HOUIAKD 

Mab£e Agnei HO(Ji$man and Hath Hovxuid weAe unltzd Zn moAAAjigz at Wahptton on Wzd. 
Jum lid. Thz attzndanti> we/te Mt/A^e Ho^^^man oi tka, city and A. St/tain o^ iilyndjmzAz. 

Thz bfUdz lit a daaghtzA oi Wi. and Uu. H. C. Ho£{,man and qKzw to vDomankood In 
HaniU.niiOn. Sht hai> many {/Uznd6 and woUL uxiiheAi. 

The. gAX!om li> in the. hotoZ boixnei^ ai WyndmeAt and Zi wM. and {^avofiabty known. 
A^teA thz wzddlng tjwp to thz ti*xin cltizi thz young couptz uiilZ be at homz In iilyndrnztz. 

EELS - BLACK 

Announczmznt6 havz bzzn Kzzzivzd hzAz oi thz mvoujagz oi Mc64 Joiie Ee/4 to Leo 
Eugene Black, which happy zvzrvt woA 6olzjnnlzzd at O^hkoih, [(/I,, on Satafiday, Mat/ 23Kd. 

Thz gnoom Mi6 onz o^ thz Talnmount bpyi who zntiitzd In Hanklnion'l old Co. L. , 
and hz ha6 many ^fu.znd& hznz who atz plzoizd to zxtznd congfiatulatloni, and bz&t wiihzi. 

Lzo zvZdzntZy will makz Oihkcih hii ^utuAz homz a& thz announczjr.znti 6tatz that 
thz nzwlywzdA wiJUL be at homz in that city a{^eA July 15th. 

ZAUVER - BELLIU 

Thz mafiiagz o^ His-i Anna BzZtin and Uk. ChanZzi landzt was iolzmnlzzd at thz Bzl- 
(,ofid ChuAch Ijut Sunday a^tzAnoon at 2 o'clock, Reu. W. H. Cofidtl, oifyicLatlng. Hiii 
Adztlz Bzltin, llltzl o{, thz bAidz wai bfUdz6mald and Emll Zandzfi, bKothzi oi thz gfioom 
wai, bz&t man. Thz wzdding wa6 attzndzd by only AzZativzi and nzoA ifilzndi o{i thz con- 
t/iacting poAtizi. 

Thz bftldz tA a daaghtzA o^ Mt. and M^. Chanlz^ Bzltin oi BzZioKd Towmkip. Thz 
gloom Aj> a 6on o^ Wt. and f^. CaAl landzA o^ tki& city and ^OK a numbzt of, yzoAi hoi 
bzzn zjnployzd ai> mzchanlc at thz hlofith StaA Gajvagz. Both bnldz and gfioom havz Livzd In 
tkii, communtty all thzJji tivzi and ate well known ion thzJji zxcztlznt VuuX& o^ choA- 
actzfi and tikzablz quatctizi, and havz a ho6t o^ dAlzndi who jo-in In zxtzndtng congfuit- 
alatiatii, and bzit wi&hzi. 

ToUiowing thzJUi konzymoon o^ a wzzk6 6tay tn thz tinin citizi, thz yoimg coaplz wiZt 
be at homz -in Hankin&on to thziA many ^Alzndi In thz Hzuman houiz. 
HANKJNSON MEOJS ********** j^^^ ,j^ ,925 

LEMl - SMITH 

hliii Anna Lznz, daaghtci o^ M/t. and M^. Guit Lznz, ioHjnzAZy o^ Elma but now n.zi,id- 

■ing -in St. Vaiil, wai, mafOilzd on June 75-th to Vzfmon Smith o(, KJiddzA, SV. Thz bfiidz wai> 

bohn and fializd in Elma and haj> many inlzndi and well wl&hzu in tkL& vicinity who oaz 

plzoizd to zxtznd congKotalcutiom, and bzit wl6hz6. 

********** 

SELLNER - GOVEVEV 
Thz wzdding o{, Ki&6 BzAtha SzUinzfi oi tkii city and Wi. Jamzi Codiizy oi ElimoAck, 
wa6 iolzmnizzd at St. Many' 6 ChuAch at BlimaAck Taziday Junz Uth. Thz wzdding waj> a 
quizt aiiain, only a izjw Intimatz inlzndi and fizlatlvzi oi tiiz contAactlng poAtizk weAZ 
in attzndancz. 

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The. bnldt woAji a. QOA^tom, dfitii o^ powdtfi bZuz qtonj^ttto. and coAAltd a bouquet 
0^ K06t6. Mc44 SckzbZeA Mii bfiideJimoiid and wa6 gowned Zn a dxui o^ oAcKld c/iepe dz 
chint vnWi hat to match. The. gfioom uxu, attended by Vjl. Stantey Caven&kz. 

Tht bfildt l6 a daaghteA oi hit. and Uu. John SeZbieA oi tkU caXij, and l6 a mo6t 
ej>tunabtt young lady. She hcu, been employed at KL&maAck ioft the past thiee yeoM,. The 
Qfwom U, a young mm o^ 6teAZing cJioAadeA and wo-tt/t and Zi engaged In the. goAage bu6- 
'Lne^A at BcimoAcfe. 

Ha., and Hu. Godlfiey oMZve-d Jin HanfUmon ye^teAday and a^eA a ^ew dayi vLkiX at 
the home 0)J the bKide'i parents and otheA fieZativti and {^nlendi uiilt fietunn to KismoAck 
wheAe they uiiZZ make theZt ^utuAe home. 

The. NEWS join& -in iMth theJA. many piiendi in extending cjongfwtuZationi, . 
HMKZNSON NEUIS ********** j^^ jj^ ,0^5 



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VEATH or MRS. RICHARP FREISCHEISEW AT ST. PAUL 

M/L6. TUdiand fKl&ckoMzn dizd cut htn. homz in St. VauZ, MN. , on Wtdnziday evening 
oi lajbt weefe, ciQ<ui IS yzau, a^te/i 4>meMng ioK two and one haZ^ yzau {^Kom tubtuca- 
lo4>li which iollovozd an aiioick oi tkz ibx. 

Vzcza/tzd wai a daughtz/i o^ Ma., and Ufu>. GzofiQZ Kuhhvzin o^ Waldo and was wzii 
known in tJuJ, vicUniiy. La^t iaJU. thz iamiZy moved to St. VaiiZ wkzfiz 4fie toatd fae undzn. 
COM. oi ApzcyialUti , but iitttz cjould fae donz to 4>top thz Ka.vagz& o^ thz di6za&z. Shz 
g/tew itzjodity wzakzK, paiiing auay ixiit Wzdnz&day. 

Shz -04 />ufL\jivzd by thz ioMcuiing haiband and onz tittlz daughtzn., 6 yzau old. 
Thz Ajzmainlt wz/iz ^hippzd to Hankinion Tfiiday and ^unzfial 6zfivicz6 wznz hzld at thz Imm- 
anujzl Eu. ChuAch Sunday a^zAnoon, Rev. C. Obz^dozitzn. zonduxiting thz hzAvizz. 

Intznmznt vxu mode at thz EvangtLical Czmztzfiy. 
HANKJUSON WEWS ************ J^^^ j^ j922 



"LOCAL AWP OTHERWISE" 

O/tmand Szvzntion, 70 yzoAi old, ToAmzn. nzoA ¥z/tga& Tall&, wa6 killzd by a. 
bull whilz attempting to dKivz cattlz homz ifiom pa&tuA.z. Mli body 6hou)zd zvidzncz 
0(J a haJid itnugglz in which hz had uizd a. pockzX. knl^z in a vain attempt to dz{,znd 
hun6zti. 
HANKJNSON NEWS ************ ^^^ J5_ jg22 

ChoAlzi FaAnell, {athzn. o^ Bob T^aAAzll who had a paint ihop hzAZ lait 
4>ummeA, commiXtzd &ulcldz at Cayuga la&t weefe by dtinking caAboZlc add. Hz had 
bzzn at Cayuga ^OK about 6ix wzzki, making hi& homz with hU 6on Bob who li cond- 
ucting a KZitauAant thzAZ. HI& health had bzzn pool loA &omz -tone and thli li thz 
only motlvz known ioK hli fui&h act, 
HANKJUSON NE)1S ************ j^^^^ J5^ J922 

Qaitz a numbzfi 0(J Hankaiion xelativzi and ^Aiendi attended thz ^unznal 
oi Thomai, GeAZ&zed on Wednesday oi loit wzzk at Lldgznuiood. Vzcza&zd wa& S4 yeau 
oi agz and had bzzn a KZildznt oi thz LldgeAwood vicinity 6incz 1S82. Rev. Jo4. F. 
Studnicka oi thl6 city, ai,4l6tzd in thz iuneAol 6eA.vlcz&. 

Among the 6UAvlvlng childnzn an.z; Ua&. Jo4 . GKuha, oi thli city: M^4. Aag- 
uit Bztgman, oi Wahpzton, and UA/t. Thomai Manikomkl oi t^ooxeton. 
HANKJNSON NEWS ************ jj^^ 22, J 922 



JOHN FRUMPr, GliEEhtVfi.LE PIONEER, VIEV KT mHPETON TOVM 

John TAxmdt, SH. , dizd out thz Wahpzton Ho-ifU^tat cut tzn o'clock tkc6 ( Thuuday] 
monyujig £Aom compticatLoM ^oLLouilng the. acddtyut that KU>aJittd in ^fiactwUng kii tzg 
a. coaplz oi weefei ago. 

Mewi oi kU dzath cornea cu> a gA.eAt 6hock to hundAzd/> o^ ^fiiondi, thAoaghout thi& 
4,e.ctlon, bzcaaiz it li io uyizxpzcte.d. At lent xcpoKti hz wen doing tiLcttij and even thii, 
mofuiing wot, cAeetjJad and ojte. a hejvity b^zak^a&t. A coUbvpiiO. ioZZowzd, howzv^, and hz 
4>ank 6tZ£idiZy vntiZ. daxxth came, at ten o'cJiock. 

About tao weefei ago he. uxls thAauin ){Aom a toad oi ZumbeA when kii> team fcecame 
^fvLghtenzd by a pairing auto. Thz wagon wheeJU pa&ied oveA hl6 leg, Kziulting in a 

bad {AactuAz o^ both 6onea ja&t ahovz thz night anb/,z. He f/tld in the Koad {^oK an houA 
and a haZ^ until a pairing can. picked him up and bfiought him to town. HeAz ^iMt aid 
wait given and hz wa6 taken to thz Wahpzton Hoipital. 

Peceoied wai a pionzzn. izttleA o^ Gnzendalz towmhlp, locating thzfiz in thz zoAly 
'806. In thz gKzat blLzzaxd oi Jan. 12th, 188S, kis wif^z wa& inczen to death, leaving 
him with a laAgz ^amiZy o^ imaJUi childnzn, now gnown to manhood and womanhood and num- 
bznjzd among ouA mo6t highly n£j>pzctzd pzoplz. 

Thz {tUneAal wUZ bz held SatuAday at 1:30 ?U at thz Congnzgational Chjitch. 

HANKJNSON NEWS ************ jj^g^ 22, 1922 

OBlTUARy 

John Joizph Ludtaig TfumdZ waj> bonn in SchweAzin ViZtagz, l^zcklznbuAg , Germany, 
on July 6th, 1849, whzAz thz liJil>t lixtzen yeoAi oi hli li^e wa& 4,pznt. In 1865 thz 
family immigAotzd to AmeAica, izttting ^iut at Vontagz, Columbia County, WI., w^eAe 
^e iu^jzct 0^ ouK ikztck ipzYvt thz yzoAi oi kU young manhood and woi moMlzd in 
ms to Lena Eottkz. 



In 1885, Mt. Fnundt made. ki& ^Ifut vli^ to Richland County, then a new counfiy 
and &paueZy ^eXtZzd. He. {fUied on a kome^tzad In what ll> now GAzejidaZe Towmkip. 
ReMinning to Wl6coni,ln, he. ipent the. wintex tkexe and xeXuAned to WahpeXon with hZi 
{amiti/ AJi the ialZ o^ 1886. The ^oZZowlng ipfujig the ianity moved to theAJi pnaVUe 
^a/un and it wai in JanwoAy o{ 1888 that Ufi. ffumdt wa& depfu.ved o^ the a66L&tance and 
com^oAJt 0^ hli wl{^z who peA^Uhed in the. gKtate^t btizzand oi Jan. 12th. 

Le^ with a toAge iamity o^ imaZZ. ckiZdAzn, Ma.. Tnimdt endafied moKe than thz muaZ 
hajidihlpi oi the pioneeM. He kept the. ^amiZy togetheJi, howeveA, and tived to 4ee hl& 
oiffipfujig take theAM. places amoung thz Zzading citizem o^ thz towmhip and become a 
cAzdit to thz paAznti and community. He tu/inzd thz iafm oveA. to thz boy& many yzafu, 
ago and 6pent hZi dzcZlning yzafi& in com^oAt making kii, komz with kli 6on4>. Hz wa& a 
wzZZ known iiguAz in Hankin&on and enjoyed thz {^hiendiitklp and eitzzjn o^ hundAzd^ o^ pecpZz. 
JoviaZ by natuAz, fee wa& a wzZcome vZsiton. in ouA. tittZz city and aZvoayi had. a pZea&ant 
gKzetZng iofi zveAyonz. Hz uilZZ bz gxzatZy ml&6ed by aZZ. 

About thxzz wzzk& ago, whiZz AztuAning home ifvom town with a Zoad o^ ZumbeA, hli 
team fum away, thfwwing him o^^, and thz wheeZi o^ thz wagon pa&Aed oveA hij, Aight Zeg 
cmi&ing a bad ^fiactuAz juit abovz thz ankZz. He wa& taken to thz Wahpzton HohpitaZ and 
woi iuppoAzd to bz KecoveAing niceZy untiZ Thuuday monning, June 22nd, when hz iuddznZy 
coZZap/,zd and pob&zd away at 10 o'cJiock AM, beioA.z thz boy6 couZd Kzach kU bzdMdz. 

Hz Zi AuAvivzd by thz ioZZowing chZZdAzn: Ha6. CampbeZZ, SeattZz, WA. , Hu. CoaaLz 
Tyion oi KenmoAz, tW., Wm. J. fnundt and J. E. Tfumdt o^ GKzzndaZz Township; Mw. Hlnniz 
JoAdan oi KaZl&peZZ, MT. , and Uu. Annie AmbAoie o^ UlnnzapoZLi. TheAz oAz aZ&o thAzz 
AuAvZving iZ&teAi,....Wi6. MoAW Hayden o^ this city, Hfu. J. M finZzy oi Uaion City, lA., 

and M^. H. A. Stzen oi ICOUzhoven, UN. Two chiZdAzn oAz dzad Mamlz, who dlzd 20 yeau 

ago, and ChanZzy, who died at thz agz oi two yeaxit back in Wisconsin. 

VuAlng thz yeaA& hz Zlvzd In WZ6con6in, Ma. FAundt waj> zngagzd at time^ in "Aaiting" 
down the Hii>6Z&6ippi TliveA, making &zveAaZ tAlpi> to St. LouZ6 and othzA nZvzA cltiej). 
Audz iAom thli Zine ojj woAk mo&t o^ ku Zi^z wai, 6pent in ioAming. 

Thz high z&teem in wkich dzczoizd wai, heZd wai evident ^Aom thz ZoAge attendance 
at thz ianzAaZ, which. wa6 heZd SatuAday a^teAnoon at the CongAzgatlonaZ ChuAch. Thz 
edi^icz wa^ ^iZZzd to capacity with oZd ^Alendi and nelghboAs, gathzAed to pay thziA 
£inaZ tAlbutz o^ Az&pect. Thz ca&kzt wa& aZmo6t conczaZzd beneath thz gAeat bank oi 
iZoweA& and thz izAvicz, which woi conductzd by Rev. CZoAznce Coaa, wai bzoiVtliaZ and 
comioAtuig to the bzAeaved onei. Thz Aemalm wzAz ZaJid at Azit in HiZiiidz CemetzAy, 
{oZZowed to thz iinaZ Ae^ting pZacz by a ZoAge concouAiz oi ioAAowlng iAlzndi. 

HANKINSON NEWS ************ j^^ 29, 1922 



PATHETIC DEATH OF 3-VEAR-OLV 

TouJvUn. oi July {utLv.Ctit& wzAt dmnge-d to moaftyilng at the. Ancf^ew Oldi home. 
In GKe.e.ndaJiz Tutiday wkeyi theJji titttz ion VcunieJL (OLoppe.d de.ad o^ hzant ^cuZuAe. wkcZz ■ 
ptajyinq about the. yand. 

Thz lad had nzveA been &t^wng but uxu pZmjJinQ oA oiood, when hz iuMejiiij colZap- 
4>e.d and pa^ed away uiithin a ^ew moments. 

The. tUtiz ieJLlow woa thnze. yesJUt old on KpiuJL 14th and beiZdeJ> the. itAlckzn 
paA.ejnts> he. iM iuAvi.ved by a ^>Z&teA 18 montki oZd. 

The. iuneAoZ. li being heZd tha> a^teAnoon at thz M. V. ChuAch Zn GKzendaZe. 
HAWnWSON hlEWS ************ j^^ ^^ j92Z 

MOSES FERGUSSOM 

Mo4e4 FeAgu44on, 1%, a Kjuident oi tki& itctlon moKz Hum SO yea/u,, dizd at a. 
Wahpeton Ho&pital. He woi bonn nzan. Sheboygan, WI. About the time o^ thz ClvU. Wax 
ht came, to Dakota, tvovitjony and engagzd In ifieyightLng by muZz tzam betwzzn ¥ofU AbeA- 
CAjOmblz and ElinaAck. 

In 1882 hz maAAlzd Uiii Hinnlz PleZkz o^ Wahpzton. Thzy tivzd about 10 yzau 
on a ^oAm 60uth o^ kbeAcAjonhiz, then moved tjo a ^a/im 6lx mU.z& nofithzoit o^ BAzckzn- 
Kidgz, wheJvz thzy Az&ldzd about 15 yzafu,, untiZ coming to Wahpeton about (J^ve yzaM 
ago. Tzn ckiZxiAzn iuAvlvz. 
HAWKINSON NEWS ************ j^^ J3^ j92Z 

MRS. CHARLES HRUBV 

M'lA. ChofdLeJi HKuby, uii^z o^ a wzZZ known LibeAty Ghjovz {oAmzA, dizd Tuziday 
altzA a bfiizi -cLtneM. Shz li iuAvZvzd by thz hu&band and ^ouA imaZZ ckiZdAen, thz 
eZdz&t 10 yzau old and thz youngz&t a babz o^ onz yzoA. 
HAMKINSON MEUIS ************ j^^^ J3^ J922 

A notz lAom h\ 0, Saxv.Ui, ionmeA iupznlntzndznt oi thz HanfuMon (uty ickoolM. 
announces thz death oi hZs. iathzA at FcuAv^ew Ho^plXal. Unneapotis, on Tnlday mofining. 
Hz urn opeAotzd on ioK thAeatznzd canceA thz pfievlouj, SatuAday and thz -sfiocfe woi too 
gAzat ioA hli itAength to lalth&tand. 

Vzcejoizd vl&lXzd In HanfUn&on ^oA izveJuxJL dayi thz pa^t ipfUng and made the 
acquaZntancz oimany o^ ouA pzoplz, aU oi whom oAe gAZJxtty zhockzd to leoAn o^ hli 
unexpected death. Hz wa£ a plonzeA o^ Iowa, his iatheA fuiv^ ieXXlzd nzax Vzconah oveA 
mty ijeoA^ ago. Thz iunZAol woi fie£d at VzcoKoh. 
HAUKWSON MBJS ************ juLj 20 , 1922 



FOUR YEAR OLV EOY KILLEV BY RUNAWAY 

Tke. (JoAm home, ojj Mt. and Hu. Svzmiz OvZnd, ^ouA. mJizi iouthwz6t oi Wt/ndmeAe, 
wait ihe. icene oi a veAy tmiofitujnai.e. acddtnt on Tuesday a^eAnoon, uiken a ttam fian 
away and fatally JjijuJitd HoAoZd, tkzJji ^ouA yzan. old 6on. 

It woi an unavaidabZe. accZdznt. Thzy had been unloading hay at. the. boAn when 
om 0(J the te.am& itoAted on tht /um. Little HoAold woj unawa/ie 0(J the appAoachlng 
dangeA, OA he aooi pZayZng />omz distance aioay and the. team knocked kim down, Zn^tict- 
ing injuAA.eJt wkick pJioved iataZ. He died a £ew hoau lateA. 
HANKIMSON WEWS ************ j^^^ 27, 792Z 

The. (iJlppeAjman auto hexiue woi called Into a6e. at LidgeAwood Wednesday ^oA 
the. ^oneAol o^ HeAbeAt, 19 yeAA old ion ojj Ua. and Hu. LaA& ZingilangeA, who died at 
a St. Paul Hospital the ilA6t o^ the. week ^Kom compllcatlon& following a ieveAe attack 
o£ Influenza a ^eui yeoAi ago. 

Vecejued wa& boAn and Muj>zd In the LidgeAu^ood neighborhood, the poAenti being 
well known {oAmefU, ioath oi that cLty. 
HMKJNSON NEWS ************ j^ 27, 1922 



A MAW 

A woman employee o^ a papeA manu^actuAlng company, ti/ied o{ heanlng men booit o£ 
thelt InpoAtance dag up the ^axit that, according to 6clentiilc Investigation the IngKed- 
lenti oi a man plal> watzA oAz oi ^oltow^; 

Tat enough ^OA. &even baA6 o^ ioap. 
lAon enough ioK a medium /tlzed nail. 
SugaA enough to {fill a ihakeA. 
. Lime enough to whitewash a chlckencoop. 
PhoiphoAoui enough to make 2,000 match tlpi. 
Ikigneilum enough ^oA a dole oi magneila. 
VotaJiilum enough to explode a toy cannon. 
SulphuA enough to fU.d a dog o^ ^leei. 
Thli whole collection li worth 98 centi and that In a day when thlngi 

OAZ three tlmei a& high ai they u&ed to be 

WORTHERW iWAGAZIWE 



HMKWSON MEWS ************ j^ 27, 1922 



BOW OF LUVEnNE FARMER RECOVEREV TROH RJVER 

The, body oi Htti HeJUon, pAo6pzAoui> ^oAmeA. o^ tka, dUttAlct, mho dliappzoAzd 
JuZy 15th, iMU ^ound Zn ikz Shzyenne. RlvzA, about izvzn mlLu nofithjMUt o^ LuveAne. 
zanZy Sunday moaning. 

The. CoAoneA'4 jany that trivet tlgatzd hii dexath heZd that Wi. Uetion had dLe.d 
by dAamrUng, maktng no attempt at ({-cxtng tJie monncA tn which he came to dxown. 

Wl. UeJUon woi i/u,t &e.en at a meeXtng o^ a chuAch ioctety ntan. ha, home. He 
Ze{^t the. meeting, complaining at the time that he. uioi 6u^eAAJiq {jwm a 6 eveAe head- 
ache. HAjt automobttz. he teit i.n the gaAage on kis ^anm. The poZnt voheAe. Haj, body 
woi ijotmd -a about ioan mitzi> inom kU homz. 

Txizndi beJLievz that Wi. NeZion woa oveAcomz by thz hent and wandeAzd about 
the country not knowing what hz woi dotng and that hz wznt into thz fUvzA uihiZz In 
that condLution. 

A thoftjough izanxih 6^ thz tzAAltoxy had bzzn ofiganizzd hzvzfwJi dayh. Wi. HeJUon 
wai not ma/uiied. Thz iunzAat wai, hztd Honday. 
HAMKJNSON NEWS »««««»«»»««« j^^^ 27, 1922 

MRS. VMW REMPLE PIES IN MOWTAWA 
Young UatAcn, TonmeA Hankln&on Rzi'ident, WWi Be BuAizd Hzfiz 

A mei^age woi Kzcelvzd hzfiz Uondojj mohning announcing the death o^ Ufiit. Vavtd 
Remptz, nee Tu664, at heJi homz -in Vutton, MT. Thz J>ajd new4 camz ai> a gxeat &hock to 
tht KeZativei, and {^ejidit heAz a& no pAzvtoui, wofid oi heJi tttnzSii had bzzn Azczlvzd 
and 60 ion. at, knomi ihz mat, In thz bzi,t oi health. 

Vzczaizd wai boAn at South Rcdge, WI on May 29th, U92, and mo4,t o^ hzA ti{,z 
wai ipent Zn Hanklmon. Hzfi poAznti, Mt. and Uti. W. G. Tubbi, tocated In thii CAJty 
when ihz wai about ^vz yeafii old and ihz attzndzd ouA pubtic ichooti ^Aom thz pfii- 
moAy gAade^i until graduation ^m Htgh School. LateA ihe attended CoAtzton Collzgz 
at HoAth^eZd, MW. , gAaduating ^m that tnititutlon with honoAi. Thii wai ^ollowzd 
by a EuAopzan touA o^ izveAaZ monthi a^tzA which ihz taught in thz Hankinion High 
School up to thz timz o^ hzA moAAlage i.n kphJil oi 1917 to Vavld Remplz. Thz young 
huiband engaged in the banking baii.nzii at. Vutton, MT., and they havz Aziidzd in that 
vtllagz up to thz pAziznt timz. 

Ufa. Tubbi, motheA. oi Hazel dizd In JanuaAy, 1903, and thz motheAlzii little 
ilitzAi, Hazel and Helen, made thziA homz wiXh thelA aunt, lAfii. Lola E. JCinnzy. It 
can bz tAuly iaid that thz dzczoizd wai laved by all who biew hzA. She wai blziizd 
with a kindly dlipoiitlon that madz ^Aizndi o^ all with whom ihz aiiociatzd and hzA 
untimzly dzath comzi ai a peAional bzAzavemznt to icoKsJ, oi ihlendi OM well 04 thz 
KeXatJivzi. Shz wai active In thz iocial liiz oi ouA littlz city and wai Voit f^atAon 
oi ZuAah ChapteA 0. V. S. Shz alio took a dzzp inteAzit in thz young people in heA 
choAgz when ihz taught in ouA high ichool and heA dzath Li mouAned ai a peAional loii 
by heA ionmeA pupili. 



Shz Z& 6LLfivZ\Jzd by the. ha&band and iwo hmxZZ. ckitdKzn l)lZlLi(m HeAbeAt, aged 

4, and CatheAlne. BzZZe., agzd 2. 

The. iaXkeX, W. G. Tubbi> -U expeC/Ced ionight iKom Tltlman, FL. OthzA neZaXJiveJ^ 
Ajt&Zduig, -en HanfUn&on oAe: MA4. LauAa E. Klnnzy, an Aunt; H. A. MeMl{^eZd and W. G. 
HeAAA.iieZd, UncZe^; Uu. HaAAiet A, UeAAi^eZd, G^umdmotheA; Mc44 Helen Tubb.1,, i/J>teA. 

The fLemainii ofiAivzd Taziday ifvom Montana, accompanied by tht ifUcken haiband. 
The. iuneAoZ. wlU, be. heXd Fnlday a^teAnoon iMith ieAVA.ceJ> by Rev, H. C. JtieZZ at thz 
CongA.egatL]naJi ChuAch. InteAment mWL be made In thz ^amiZy lot at HJUUUA,dz CemeteAy. 

PIONEER PIES AT RIPE OLV AGE 



J. C. VkLcz, iatheA oi Ufii>. Kate Spott6wood and Hiii Adelaide Vfiicz o^ tkU city, 
ditd at the SotdleA& Home -en UinnzapoZAJt on Friday Augoit Sfid, at the advanced age. oi 
88 yeoAd. He had been ^OAjLing 6teadiZy ^ofi i>ome. time paitt and the end wai viot unexpected. 

Vecea&e.d woi oi Engtl&h poAentage, bo fin in WaZzi, but came, to AmeAica when a young 
man and Jtocated tn Hinnt&ota wheAe. he. u)a& one of, the veAy eoAly iettleAM. He Ke^ided In 
the. vicinity oi the pfieJ>ent town oi EuHato, AW., and at the outbreak oi the Civil Wan 
walkzd to FoAt SnelZLng wheAe. fee entci-ted In the ¥iA6t Him.. Regiment, Taken pAl&oneA 
at the. battle oi UuAphyibofw , he. wai In a ioutheAn pnlion ion. a ^hont tlmz but woi pa- 
fwllzd and fmtuAnzd to Minneio-Ca. TheAe. he again zntzAzd mlHtoAiy ieAvlcz and took an 
actlvz paAt In KzpeMlng the Indian upnli,lng6. In that 6tatz. Hz was alio itatlanzd at 
Font AbeAcAomblz [tkii county) ion a time daning the '606 and to thz wnLteA hoi mlatzd 
ma/ty Intznzitlng neminiicenczi oi Indian ilghtlng. 

LateA thz iamily located In Hinnejapolii whzne they njzzldzd ion monz than ility 
yearn, mth the exception oi a 4>hont tlmz 6pznt In Flonida. Mw. Pnlcz died a tittlz 
oveA a yean. ago. Thenz anz ilvz iunvlvlng chlldAm- Capt. AnthuA C. Vnicz, ilne man&hal 
oi Uinnzapolii; Hn&. T. K. WiZion oi Hinnzapolit, , Hli,i> Geongla Vnlce oi Izpyh/ihllt^ , FL. , 
and Ui&4, Adelaldz Vnlce oi thli city. 

Vzceoizd wai a kindly old gentleman and daning vl&lti to hli daughten& henz made 
thz acquaintance, oi many oi ouA people. Thz sympathy oi all goe& out to the beAeavzd 
one& In thein ionnow. 

FARMER PIES SUWENLV 

On Wzdnz&day, August 2nd, 6hontly aiten mon, Jame4 S. Hannington, a Hamlin iaAmzn 
died suddenly. Hz had been at wonk at, u^ual dunlng the ionenoon and at noon went to the 
home ion dlnnzn and aiten thz mzal, lajy on thz ponch ion a 4,hont nz6t bzionz netuAning 
to hli> hanveMt. Aitzn a iew minuter he got up inom thz ponch and itoAted towalk acnoi>i> 
th.e yoAd and ieJil to the gnound, dying a minute on two latzn, beione anything could be 
cfone to aid him. 

Thz dzczoizd was bonn In New Vonk on Nov. 9th, 1873 and came to Vaizota. when a 
6malZ boy with hli poAznti. Hz hai> ilncz ne&ldzd at Hamtln and hai, bzzn engaged In 



The. deceoiecf woi nuvovizd in 1909 to HU-i Agnei Wzgznex, uko 4u/iU/t.ue4 him. Thvit 
weJLZ tiuo 6oni, bom to thU imion, Eafit age. 15, and ktvln age 10, who iuJivlve.. 

The. iuneAoZ. AeAv-cce wai heZd on SatuAday, Aagai>t 5th, at the ^amlZy KeMidencz and 
at the Bohemian Hatt at 2 o' cZodi and was conducted by Rev. EKooki> o^ iWbion and Rev. 

E.F. Moviui oi thii> city LidgeAwood UotuJjofi. 

HANKINSON NEWS ************ kaguJ>t 10, 1922 



FORMAN BOy VROWNEV AT FORT RAWSOM. 



CafiZ LaAJiOn, 16 yeoA. old i>on o^ Ux. and Wu>. Net& Lation o^ Tonman, wa& dAowned 
on Sunday af^tcAnoon In the immning hote below the. dam at Toht Han&om in wateA 30 ieet 
dzep be^oAe. at Zeoit 25 6pectatoAi,. 

CoaZ, with hi& ^oiki woi in a gAoup oi 25 FoAman pZcnickeAA who had come to ToAt 
Han&om to spend the day. They had aZZ gone i.n 6wimming a^teA dinneA, when AuddenZy 
CoaZ ihouted ^OA heZp. H-ci youngeA bAotheA, age 13, 6wam to hid Ae^cae. CoaZ Zn the 
act 0(5 dAownZng caught hZi, bAotheA. 60 de^peAoteZy and itoAted to puZZ him down with 
hZm, that it wai> onZy a^eA a sevejie itAuggZe that he wai able to bAeak away {/torn hi6 
cZutch ja&t in time to 6ave hZmieZ^ {^m goZng undeA. aZio. 

AppaAeyitZy theAe maiit have been weeds oA jagged Aocki whZch heZd the. cZothing OjJ 
CanZ ioA hZi body did not come to the 6uA{iace once a^teA sinking. It was an houA be- 
ioAe. Zt was AecoveAed and aZthough AcsuscZtation was apptied aZZ e{,{,ofUs to AzstoAe ti£e 
weAe. o£ no avail. 

The boy had but one ye/xA le^t Zn the high school at Vonman. He was weZZ known 
in the community and the ncMii oi his death cornea as a shock to him many iAiends. He 
Ze.ave^ his paAentS and one bAotheA and one. sisteA. TuneAoZ seAvices weAe held Wednes- 
day at the LutheAon ChuAch in ToAman, 

************ 

ONE PEAP, ONE HURT, IN AUTO ACCIVENT NEAR SJSSETON 

Lee Olson o^ RydeA, NV. , was instantly killed and a woman whose name, has not been 
lexAned was injuAcd when an automobile in which the.y weAe Aiding with seveAoZ otheAS 
oveAtuAned on a Aoad neoA SZsseXon last FnZday. The otheAs escaped unhuAt. 

The machine was tAaveZing at a high Aate o^ speed it is said, when it stAuck a 
caZi in the Aoad. 

HANKINSON NEWS ************ August 10, 1922 

BROTHERS BOUNP FOR HANKINSON KILLEV IN WRECK 

One. oi the. saddest ieatvAes oi the Boo wAeck at Annandale, MN. , SatuAday was the 
death oi Raymond and EduooAd UlAich, bnotheAS, aged 18 and 20 yeoAS AespectZveZij , oi 
Honlcon, Wl. 

The boys weAe sitting togetheA in the ilZ-iatdd smoking coA in which most oi 
the iataZcties occuAed. Both weAe instantly kiZZed, the bodJ.es beZng teAAibly cAushed 



^n the. ma&6 o{ tangtzd itzeZ and wood. 

Thz Zadi weJiz bound ioK Hankyin&on wheAt thzy expected to woAk (^on. Tfumk TZe.gi 
dafUng thz tivieMking ^eoion. ThzVi paAznti wete oZd (JJ^&con6Zn {/Uznd6 o^ the. TZzgi 
^amlty and Mt. Tcegi had Ke.czA.vzd a meMage. the day be^oxz the w/iecfe to be -in town 
and meet the boyi>. Wu and Mw. Tieg4 vZi-cted thz UZulck home Im. bl-Ucom^n last uilnteA. 

ffiitz SchweA-zeA, an old pUend o^ thz UVUck boy^, was ieated a ihont dlitance. 
behind them but escaped valth a. ^ew coti and b>uuj>ej>. A pyizce of, gtaj,^ penztKoted kUi 
iCjotp and had to be fuunovzd by a phy&i.clan. Hz woi aZ&o bound {^oA. HankirU>on and 
continazd Haj, JouAnzy on the ^Oi&t t/uiLn uiz&t aitzn. the wxzck. He laiZZ 6pznd thz 
^ecLion thfiz&king -in tkii vicinity. 

Thz bodieA o£ thz UVilch bKothzfiM weA.z shipped to WonJicon uiheAz thz funeAoZ wai 
heZd yz&teAday. Hfu and Mw. Ffiank Tlzgi tzit Monday ^ox WZ&ccmtn to attend thz 
ob.izquZeJi. 'Thzy oM. zxpectzd homz fniday ok SatuKday. 

TEN KILLEV IN 500 LINE WRECK 

OIZ TKuck VKivzK Rzipon&lblz foK Many Vzathi and JnjwUzi In TkoJji Sma&h 

Onz 0^ thz uoKit WKzcki, that zvzK occuAKzd on thz main tinz of thz Soo, took place 
at Annandale la&t SatuKday aftzKnoon when tKaln No. 107 wa6 wKzckzd by colZiilon with an 
oil tKuck. Tzn wzKz liiZled and thiKy-flvz InjuKzd In thz colLi&lon. 

fKzd LamoK of Haplz Lakz, who wai, dKlvlng thz oil tKuck, aXtemptzd to chJ0i>6 thz 
tKock In fKont of thz tKoin. Thz engine pa&hzd thz tKuck agaln&t thz switch, opening It 
io that thz coachzi following thz baggage wzKz 6wltchzd on thz hldz tKack and Into 
colllitlon with a. fKelght tKoln standing on thz elding. 

LamaA and ki& companion wzkz klZlzd. A baggagz caK and a wooden 6mokzK which 
led thz thiKtzen coachzi Into thz coZtii,lon with thz fKelght engine, wzkz tzlz&copzd. 
Hoit of thz InjuKzd and dead weAe occupants of thz smoking coK. ChKli, Wallace, znglnzeK 
of thz fKzlglvt tKoln was kiZlzd. 

Thz pai,4,zngzK tKaln was tKaveZing about thlAty miZzi an houA on a down_gKadz when 
thz colZl&lon occjunjzd. VacaXlonlsts bound foK Annandalz wzkz In thz vzitlbulzs pKzpaAjzd 
to Izavz thz tKOin. 

G. H. Hdhm, bKakemm on thz fKzlght tKoln which was, on thz siding, iau) lamzK 
appKoach with thz tKuck and wannzd Irujn not to cAoss. "If a man zvzK had sufficient 
wanning not to cKoss thz tKacks, thz dnlvzK of that oU. tAuck did!' 4>tatzd Rahm. "I was 
4>tatlonzd at thz cKosslng within a few fezt fKom thz switch, knowing that thz passzngzK 
tKoln was duuz. Thz tKuck dnlvzK appKoachzd, honking kls hoKn, and I wavzd wildly to kirn 
to itop. But fee mzKeZy lookzd towand thz fKelght tAaln 4)tandlng on thz sldz tKacks, and 
nzvzK slackzd his 4 peed." 

Thz pas4,zngzK tKoln cKashzd Into thz tKuck, which In toKn was thnown against thz 
switch toKgzt. This thKew thz switch open and thz pasizngzK znglnz and mall coK pKo- 
ceeded on thz main llnz tKack but thz switch split the tKoln, so that the Kzst of -O- 
went on thz siding, cKoshing Into thz fKzight engine, and mall ccA. 



The. {fOUtt iouJi ccuii Jadznl^zd, />omz o^ tkejn teZ<u>copzd, whiZe. thoie. In thz 
KejUfL weAe ^hcdizn bat not thAjown o^i thz tAock. 

CAjOWcU, 0(5 ptopZe. i>oon Auihzd to thz fiztie.^ oi tkz InjuAzd. Uany occupanti 0|J 
thz imokZng cox wzAZ plnzd bzntcUh thz wiecfeage, Thz diAZ dzpoAtmznt ^oaght thz £lamz6 
u)kidi vozAz ipizadinQ thncagh thz uvie.ckagz towafid. thz -injuAzd. 

AnnandaZz hai a nzw watzA wofiki 4>y6tzm uihLck fuu jait been complz^zd. Thzfiz wcut 
coni'LdzAa.btz oppo^fitLon to thz biUZding oj{ thz uccutzAwoAJu , but u)hzn thz {/A.zjnzn had 
&wc.c.zzdzd In putting out thz {JLamzii, saving thz tiiz oi tuoo Annandatz boy6 and po66lbly 
othzA. poMzngzfii, thz Uayon 6tatzd that thzfiz wouZd bz no moKz oppoi-ition to thz watzfi 
uJoAk, it had p>u}\)zd aZuzady that it woi woKth moKz than it cjoi>t. 

Among thz thlAty~^vz inJuAzd axz &ix who ofiz in izAioai dangzft. ChafiLzi H. Math- 
em, vztzfuxn paJi6znQZ>i condactoA. on thz Soo Linz was among thz injuAzd. It woi at liMt 
bzZizvzd that hz had ^uHzAzd intzAnaZ inJuAiz^. LatzK Kzpofvtk indicatz that kL& cond- 
ition ij> not izAioa&. 

TKitz Schuizizz'i OjJ VaJdington, WZ., who woi on hi6 way to Hankinson, wai cut abovz 
thz zyzi>, bfimJitd and otheAuxliz injufitd. Hz wa6 fitting in thz imokzn. whzn thz cottuion 
occuAAzd, Hz fenew both Edmund and Vaymond UViich o^ HoKicon, WI., who wzfiz kiZtzd. Thzy 
wz/iz &tzzping in a izat nzoA SdrwzizzA.. SchMZyUzA madz ka, z&capz ^fwrn thz tAoin by 
cAouZing thAough a uUndow. 

Thz tiit oi dzad Kzachzd tzn Uonday with thz poiiibitity that othzA bodiz6 might 
bz ^ound whzn aZZ oi thz w/izchagz had been cZzoAzd away. Onty onz o{ thz bodiz& had 
not been idznti^zd. Thz tU>t oi thz injuAzd may fizach ionty, izvzAoZ o^ whom oAz 
^zniouily inj'uAzd and may not AzcovzA. 

Many o{, thz dzad and injuAzd wzAz mzn in thz imokzA. on thziA way to thz Dakota 
haAvz6t ^zldi. ThzAz wai not a 6zcond'6 wanning (^on. any oi thzm to makz thziA zi,capz. 

HAMKJNSON NWS * *********** Augu&t 77, J92Z 

FOUR CHILVREN VEAV W CAMPBELL FIRE 

HoMiblz TAogzdy Tiz&uLU Whzn ChiZdAzn VZaying With Matchzi 
Afiz T^jOppzd In BuAning BaAn 

Onz 0^ thz mo-it shocking tAagzdizi that hoi zvzt takzn pZacz in thii vicinity 
occuAzd at Campbz/Z Zait ThuA^day a{^zAnoon whzn f^ouA chiZdAzn met death in thz Zo^ 
o{, a bann which thzy had izt iiAz to whiZz pZaying with matchzi. 

When thz {,iAz had bzzn extingut&hzd by thz CainpbzZJL TiAz VzpoAtmznt, thz chiZd- 
A.en WZAZ iound huddZzd togetheA undeA thz hay in onz connzn. oi thz hay Zo{t viheAz thzy . 
had taken fvziugz inxim thz ipn.zading ^Zamzi. None o^ thz chiZdAzn wzAz badZy buAnzd 
and it wai appaAznt that they had died ifiom haf^^ocatlon ^nom thz imokz and itzam. 
Thz dzad weAz John Stzvzm, age 9 yzau; RaZph Stzvzn&, age 7 yzau; and AZbeAt Stzveni, 
agz 3 yzoM, aZZ 6oni> o^ Ma. and Mu. RaZph Stzvens 0({ Campbztt; and EdwoAd Wfiay, age 
7 yeoA^, only ion oi Vfi. and Mfii,. W. E. Wnay oi Campbeti. 

A AzpoHt woM /izceived hzAz that thz chiZdAzn had bzzn izzn pZaying nzoA thz baAn 



ihonXtij bzioKe. tkz -fuxgedt/ occuAAzd and thaX. ihe.u wzAz Zn poii>Ui>Zon oi ^omz mcUchej> 

uiLth iohlcJi thzy u)£AZ playing. ShofutZy a^teJi a poiiZAby &aw imokz coming {^fwm thz Zo{t 
0^ thz Hznfiy Hiuie bam. An aZoAm wa4 tuAnzd in and ihz flfiz VzpaAJtmznt Kzipondzd at 
oncz. That thz boAn wa& not zntOitZy dzit/ioyzd by {^Ifiz li a cAzdit to thz zxzzttznt 
wank donz by thz voluntzzA. ^Vizmzn who wofdzzd uxLth thz knoujZzdgz that upon thzm might 
dzpznd thz tlvzi o^ thz chiZdAzn who had bzzn 4een playing nzoA thz boAn. 

Whzn zntAancz could fae madz to thz boAn, ^lAzmzn Kzpofitzd that thzfie. u)ai no onz 
In thz lo{^. Bat whzn thz ^lAZ wai zjntlAzly zxtlngulihzd thz iouA llttZz bodlzi> wzAz 
^ound huddlzd togzthzA In thz hay. Thz bodlzi uizAz Kzmovzd at oncz and zvzAy zHoKt 
uxU) madz to Kzitoxz V-iz, bat to no avail. 

kt thz tbnz o^ thz accidznt, Va. WAay uxl& at Vonan whzAz hz had bztn callzd. Vk. 
and Hfn,. lilAoy havz onz othzt child, a tittlz glAl. Uk. and Uai,. Stzvznl, uizAz on an 
auto tAip to Uinnzapolii. Thz nzm o^ thz tzAAlblz tAagzdy AzacJizd thzjn thzAZ and thzy 
AztuAnzd at oncz to CarrpbeXZ by tAoin. ThzAz oAz tMO chlldAzn In thz Stzvzns family 
oldzA than thoiz who mzt. dzath In thz ilAz loit wzzk. 

GRAWPMA SCHILTZ 

M^. Math KathzAinz Sckittz, a Az&ldznt oi Zickiand County {^OA. ^oAty yzaA6, dizd 
at hzA homz in tkil> city Sunday zvzning, Aagu&t 13th, at 10 o'clock, ai, thz A.zi>ult oi 
ihock following an accyidznt a wzzk ago In which hzA hip was ^KactuAzd. Shz had bzzn 
In ^alLing hzoLth ^OA about ^ouA yzoAi and lackzd tkz 4>tAzngth to KzcupzAotz iKom thz 
ZnjuAy. 

VzczoJtzd wait bonn In LuxzmbuAg, Gzfmany, Nov. 15th, 1S40, and wouZd havz bzzn 
S2 yzafu, of^ agz thz coming iall. HzA maldzn namz wai> Kathznlnz HzXtingzA. Shz gAZJw 
to womanhood In thz {^athzAland and wait maMlzd In Vzc. o^ 1S60 to Uatk Schlltz. Thz 
family camz to kmAlca In IS 80, loccuUng {/JUtt In iKinnzapotU whzfiz thzy Azildzd £oK 
Xuio yzoAi,. In 1882 thzy camz to Uoith Dakota, lULing on a homz6tzad In what Zi now 
Elma Townihlp, a iJew mllzi 6outh o^ Hankln6on, whzAz thzy Azildzd ion 16 yzjvu,. TouA- 
tzzn yzaA& ago thzy camz to Hankln^on and havz Azildzd hzAz zvzA ilncz. 

Thz husband dlzd In MoAch o^ thz pAZiznt yzoA. Thz i,uAvlvlng childAzn oAz- John 
Schlltz, Elma town&hlp; Ma4. TheAz66la Sand, Ho^hoZt, SV.; UoAy Schlltz, who Azmalnzd 
at homz, caning ion. thz agzd paAznt6 In thzlA dzclinlng yzanj,; and two couilm,, John P. 
HzttingzA and Ro4e HzttlngeA who Azildz In fiinnzapolii. 

Vzczaizd wai a dzvout mzmbzn. o^ thz Catholic ChuAch and thz {unznal wai held Wzd- 
nziday monnlng at nlnz o'clock at St. Vhitlp'i ChuAch with Rev. Joi,. F. Stadnlcka In 
chaAgz 0(J thz iznvlczi. A langz gathznlng oi old tlmz ^nlzndi o^ thz family attzndzd 
thz izAvlczi and Intznmznt wai madz In thz Catholic CzmztzAy. Thz palZbzoAzAi wzn.z all 
gAandchlZdAzn; Hath Schlltz, John Schlltz, Hath Sand, Bznnlz Sand, GzoKgz Sand and 
EduoAd Sand. 
HMKIHSON MEWS ************ August 17, 1922 



MRS. GEORGE A. BEEBE 

Hu. GzoKgz A. Beefce pa66zd pzact^uZly to kzn. ^naZ izMt at the. Gzofiga Hubzn. 
homz -Ln thti city Uondaij z^ejiing. Shz had been a ^u^^zAeM. ifwm amczfi ioi about 
iwo yzoL/Ui, and aZthoagh zveAythtng that mzdlcat i>bJJUL couZd do {^ofi htfi had bzzn 
done., iihe. gxejjo gAaduxMy weafeeA untit death camz oi a weJicomt fieJU.e.i 

Ve.cea&e.d wai bofin MaAck l6t, 1SB5, at Alta., Vzonta. County, Zttino-u, and waj> 
■in tht SSth yzjxA oi heA tiit. Shz Ma6 moMled to GtoKge. A. Beefae at St. Paul, Mf/. , 
on Pec. 23, 1918, and the iamUbj locatzd -in Hankindon on MaAcJi 12th, 1920. VuAtng 
thz two yexiU Kziidencz -en oan. city Ufi&. Be.e.be. made, many uaAjn ^/u.endi> and heJi untimt- 
Zy death Xm 6ZnceAeZy mou/mzd by the. entUie. communtty. 

Shz -C4 iuAvZvzd by thz &tntckzn husband, Gzofigz A. Bzzbz; hzfi mothzfi, Wa. M. 
A. Vi-ckoJiOn, oi Vzofiia., IL., onz bhotheJi, Hoajuj A. V-idicL&on, o^ Ea&t Vzofu/L, IL.; 
tuoo lliitzfU, HfL6. Bzntha. TomiJUon o^ Hood VtveA, OR., and fAu. CoAo. Si.nz o^ WhzeZ- 
i.ng, W. V-ULgiruxL. 

TuneJuaZ 6eAvZceJt weAz held Wzdnziday a^teAnoon, mth luAoh ChapteA, OAdzA o^ 
thz EaJitzAn StoA, In chaAgz. InteAmznt woi made -in Htttltldz CzmztzKy. 

Thz sympathy o^ aJUL gozi> out to thz bzn.zavzd onzi in tkeJji gAzat iofinjow. 

HANKlhiSOhl NEWS ************ Aagu&t 17, 1922 



• . Jar^U Hetgmanck. agz 4 yzoA,, .on o^ Ua. and m.'cha.. Hztgmanck oi UbeAty 
GA^ve To^r^htp, dizd on f^onday oi con.uUlom. . Thz ianzAol m, held Tae^day. 
HAMKWSgN NEWS 



************ Au.guJ>t 24j 1922 



GILBERT SCHMTTT KZLLEV WHEN AUTO OVERTURNS 

SmaJUL Rui. In Road BtLczvzd to Havz Oxtuzd Spze.dlng Auto to Somt/uaaUt 

GiZhzAt Schmitt, 31 yzoA old Wahpeton iaJmzK, wca kitizd &hofitly ^tzA. 5 o^ clock 
SatuAday a^tzAnoon whzn ku, cuitomob-ilz d/u,vzn napyidly, oveAtuAnzd on tht Wakpzton- 
UoonjeXon Koad at a point ea^t oi thz bAldgz nzaJi thz PeteA Ruddy {^afm. 

The. accident mu wttnei^ed by a 15 yean, old {lOAm glnZ, hil&i VeAnlz Nold, daugh- 
teJi oi Ua. and Hfu>. G. Mold oi thU city. 

HU& hlold UXL& dnlvlng a iofm tfuick inom Wahpe.ton to heA ianm harm. HeA veAilon 
oi the. accident li, oi ioUom: 

"Ma. Schmltt uxu dAlvlng veAy ia&t, jait how ia^t I cannot iay. He wxi& aZonz 
In thz can. He pa6.6ed me and had gone a dl&tance oi about 2 city blocki akexid uihen 
thz accident gccuAAed," 

"1 could not 4ee jait what happened becaxue oi the da&t that wom thAown up ai 
thz cjtxA paired, but the automoblZz tuAnzd a complete iomeAiouZt." 

Hi66 Nold Aeached thz '6cznz oi thz accident In a iew seconds time. Mt. Schnitt 
uxu, uncon6clou6, coveAzd with blood and onz Izg caught beneath thz whzzli oi thz 
poAtlally wAeckzd coA. 

AnotheA coA dnlven up btuoaght othzAi to old. A teZephone caJUi woi 4ent ifvom 
thz Roddy iofm to Wahpzton ioA a doctoA but thz tAagzdy victim k«u dejad £e4.6 than 
ten mlnutzi aiteA thz accidzrvt occuAAzd. 

A 6mall fiut In thz Aoad li beZlevzd to havz cau&zd thz accident, coaplzd with 
thz ipzzd at which thz cox wai dAlvzn. Thz young ia/meA had bzen obliged to makz a 
tAlp to thz city and wa& hastening homz to iupeAvlie thfizihlng activltlz&. 

FunzAol 6eAvlcz6 weAz held at St. John'i Chwich In WahpeXon on Wzdnz&day monning. 
Knlghti oi Columbai weAz In choAgz. 

Mt. Schmltt wa6 boAn and AzoAzd In thU community. With hl6 dzath 7 cKildAen 
oAz Izit iatheAleM>. The oldest li 10 thz youngz&t Ik yzoAi. 

Bzildzi hli widow and thz chlZdAzn, M/i. Schnitt li iuAvlvzd by hli paAznti and 
onz il&tzn., M/L. and iAAi. Joizph Schmltt and Hju. Edwand KnlieZ oi BAzckenAidge. ScoAzi 

oi iAlzndi AzgAzt hli untimeZy death. Wahpeton Globz 

HANKINSON NEWS ************ Augait 11, 1922 

ANOTHER PIONEER PASSES ON 

MA4. Vavld Labznow dlzd iuddenty Tuziday moAning at heA home In GAeat Bend iAX)m 
an attack oi heant ialluAz. Thz end woi unzxpzcted oi ihz had been In appoAznt good 
health up to the time oi the attack. 

Vzczaizd wai onz oi thz plonzeAi oi thli izctlon. BoAn In CeAmany, ihz camz to 
thli cjountAiy In thz zanZy dayi, iettlzd In Elma towmhlp. She woi tJM.cz maAftlzd, the 
ilAit huiband [Paul Klugz] dying many yeafu ago. About ilvz yeoAi ago ihz maAAlzd 
Vavld Lubenow, one oi thz ilfnt iettZeAi In BnandenbuAg towmhlp and ilncz that time 
hai nzildzd In GAeat Bend vlllagz. She attained thz nlpz old age oi 65 yzaAi and 7 
monthi. 



Bt&lddM the. huiband ihz aj> 6uAv-ivzd by iwo Qfiown 6on&, Tfizd KZugz and ChanZz^ 
Khigz, both o^ idiom KU^de. -in tkii, v^cUruXy. 

The. ^umAoZ l6 beJ-ng heZd ai. GJizat Bznd tkii a^eAnoon. 

HANKJNSON WHt/S ************ Aaguit 51, 1922 

WO KILLEV IN PECULIAR ACCWENT 

TkfLZ&hAyig BtovizA In Contact With EtzctAlc High LLnz Eltcfiocutzi 
LOUIS HOMMIE and EV TERRY 
SatuAday^ tvejUng, S^pt. 2nd, about ii.x o'clock, Loaii Hommce, single., about 35, 
Mc CauZlzyviZlz, WW., imu, zZzctfioaxtdd, and Ed PeAAy i^avzAdiy buAntd. The. accJAeyvt 
occu/Lzd on tkz Me/Ud^jon fioad, about 3 nUI.z& noKth oi Vuilght, neoA the. H.C.N. Uyhna 
({oAm. Thz pofvtiti wcAe moving a thfieMking ejngtne. and ivpafuxtoK belonging to Byfion 
WoodbuAy o^ that vlcAJuty, when the 6teeZ welgheA on the. ie.paAJVton. came -in contact 
with the. eZecOvLc tAai,ml6iton llnz, which, cnci&zd thz Aoad at that point. VeAAy who 
wa6 opeAotlng the engine, obietved the neaji appficximlty o{ the wlh.e to the weighen. 
and stopped the engine. HoweveA, the lepaJuvtoK Kotted ahead untiZ the weighed came in 
contact, with the live wlJie. PeAAy then attempted to cZimb up on the i,epanatoK, but 
deceived a ievexe ihock when he came in contact with metaJi patti on i,ame. HIj> cAle^ 
0^ pain attracted Hormle, a membeJi o^ the cAew, who wai dfilvlng a team a ({ew Kodi) 
di&tant. Hommie came ovet with the bZoweA- pulZey and wai> InitantZy kHJied. VeAfiy, 
pfie&tmabty white attempting to aiiiit Honmle, deceived at Zea&t one on. two moKe Ahocki. 
PeAAy wa6 ^Alght^uily banned on the ajimd and ieet, and Monday It became neces&oAy to 
amputate hi& night anm and pontlom o{ both ^eet. He died the 6ame night. Penny wa& 
a iingtt man about 40 yeam o^ age, and made hit, home with hii iliten, Ma4. UpviaAjd. 
who llvei within a ^ew nodi o^ the 6cene o^ the accident. Hommie wai, atio a &ingZe 
man, about 35. Penny wai taken to the Wahpeton HoipltaZ by a pairing auto within an 
houn ^m the time the accident happened. Cononen NeM wai caJULed, vlemjig the 
situation and decided that no Inqueit wai neceiiony. 

FIl/E SKELETONS VUG UP NEAR SISSHON 

Find Made Joit Ea&t o^ Red Inon Lake by the Gnavetlng Cneu) o^ Road WonkeJU 

Lait Taeiday white excavating gnavet ^nom a hiZt neon, the Siiieton-Bnlttcn State 
Highway, jait thii ilde o^ Red Jnon Lake, the cAew ojj wonkmen dug up the iketetoni o^ 
£lve iuZZ. gnown peniom. The bonei one In a iain itate o{, pneienvatlon and have attracted 
much attention. It -ci contended by iome that the iketetoni one oi white pemom, othem 
contend they one Indlam, white othem Imlit they one bonej> o{, a tong ^ongotten nace o^ 
men who Inhabited the Dakota^ begone the ned men. 

So ^an no expenti have viewed the nemaim and untJJt iome man, ikltted In the itady 
0^ the human iname, makei iuch an examination, iX'i anybody' i gae^ii ai to wkethzA the 
bonei one thoie oi white, ned on otheAwiie. 

The Jndiani In yeoAi gone by buAied thein dead In moundi on hliZi, and the gnavet 
knoZt whene the tait nemmanti o^ theie ilve men wene ^ound, ii a high comir.andlng ilght. 
HANKJNSON NEWS SISSETON COURIER Septemben 7, 1922 



MRS. WM. ZIEGELMAM 

knaikzn o{ ike. plone.eA. wormn who hzZpzd to makz UonXk Vakota ujhat It It, todaif, 
pcii>6e.d on w/ien Hfu,. Auguita lldQuZman oi tJili city hexvid thz ilnal i,ummofU> IcL&t TkL- 
day mofining at 9:30 AM. 

M/L4. Auga&ta. Uafilz Johanna ZizgeJbmn (nee Baimann] woi boAn In Vnui^Za, Gzfimany 
on Feb. 2nd, 1861. Whzn onJbj 4 even t/eow old hfi pafiznti IrmigKOitzd to AmzAlca, cfwi,^- 
Zng In a waiting ikip that wai to66zd about on thz Atlantic ion nlm weefei. HaAdlij 
had thzy a/oiivzd In Vodgt County, WI., nzafi l^ayvlZiz, whzn thz {•cutiizfi died. ThzAz thz 
6ubjzct oi ouK ikztch gxeiti to womanhood and on ApfuZ 3nd, 1S81, wai, moAAlzd to Wm. 
lUzgeZman. IrmzdiatzZy a^tzK thz wzdduig ihz ioULowzd hzn. ha&band to Hichland County, 
NV., 6zttllng on a ianm noAtkzoMt oi Hanklmon. . .wkicJi thzn, oi coufaz, uas not yzt In 
zxli>t<mcz. 

TkOvtzzn cJuldAzn weAe bo/ut to thzsn, oi whom thz iolZouiing oajz itUZ Living: tAu. 
Amanda IzJitlovu oi Hanklmon, Wa. Emlliz W-cmeA, GJiand fonki, RobzAt oi Ofiangz, CA., 
Emit, Hulda and Lawia, itlll at homz; MA4. Hilda HUZzA., on thz old iamlly homz&tzad. 
In addition to hzn. agzd hu&band, nlnz gfiandcIilldAzn and tvumzfioai, othzn. fizlatlxjoj: movJin 
hzn. dzath. 

La&t iall, aitzA. thz majinlagz oi tkzlfi daugktzA. HuZda to Enuno lUZlzA, thzy Kz- 
tlAtd indm thz ianm and ipznt thz wlntzn In CaZlioAnla, nztuAnlng In Ap/ilZ to thz 
homz thzy had bought In Hanklmon uihzAz thzy expected to ipznd thzln. dzcllnlng yzau In 
zaiz and comiofit. A izw wzeJi& ago Hu. llzgzlman izll HZ oi dAop6y with nz&ultlng 
hzoAt ialZuAz, to wkick come an attack oi Inilaznza. Shz deed, ai itatzd abovz, on 
Fnlday manning, Szpt. itk, agzd 61 yzani,, 7 monthi and 6 dayi. 

Thz iunznal, which wai po&tponzd to Wzdnz&day oi thli wzzk to glvz hzn. &on Robznt 
oi Callionnla an opponXimity to attznd, wai condactzd inom thz LuthzAon ChuAch by Reu. 
J. P. KZauilzn In thz pn-zizncz oi a langz numbzA oi ionnowlng inlzndi and acqualntanczi . 

HANKINSON NEWS ************ Szptmbzn. 14, 1922 

Old inlzndi oi thz Gzongz H. HamULton iamlty who ionmznZy llvzd on thz ioAm 
known Oi thz HamUJjon ianm In Elma Towmhlp wUUi fee gnlzvzd to Izann oi thz dzath oi 
Unit. HzUU-Z Bnophy Hamilton wkith occuAzd on Aug. 22nd. 

Vzath wai daz to acutz Enlght'i dlizaiz bnought on by Inizctzd tomlli . Uu. 
Hamilton wai ilck only 11 dayi. Shz li iunvivzd by hzn. huiband, ilvz ioni, thnzz daugh- 
tznjt> , tmo bnothzu and iouJi ilitzm . 
HANKJhlSOhl NEWS ************ SzptembzA 14, 1922 

Thz iunznal oi thz 9 yzan old ion oi Un. and t^m. Ham Vzdzmon who dlzd oi 
blood polionlng loit Salanday night at St. Tnancli HoipltnZ, wai hzZd at Tyion Chunch 
Monday, Szpt. 11th. Many inlzndi' attended thz lait iad nitzi . Hz wai laxd to nzit 
In Tyion Cemztzny. Thz panznti havz oun dzzpzit iympathy. Reu. Gnant Moonz wai In 
changz oi thz iunznal, 
HANKTNSON MEWS Gnzznialz Column SzptambzA 14, 1922 



VzAAij Vztexion, 9, New E^dlngton, woi woAfUng Zn hli Fcu(JizA6' ^ZeJid uxcth a pZtak- 
£oA.k. He accldzyUatLf i,iAu.di ha, f^oot uiaMi It, the. imaZl wound bzcamz aiitctzd, and 
whzn hz UKU bnxjaght to a. tocaJL hoip^taZ loan. dcaj& latZA, fuLi Zzg was ^wzZlzd moKz 
than tiaLcz Iti, nofmaZ 4^ze itiom thz anktz to tht fUp and hz duizd ihoxtZy thzfiza^tzA. 

HANKJNSOhJ WEWS ********** Szptzmbzt 21, J9ZZ 

mOLE TAUT LY AT GENESEO STRICKEN WITH SCARLET FEVER 

Thz lamlZi/ o^ Jamzi IOu.z o^ Gznz6Z0 Ls> 6u.ll&filng uUth hoAKJLzt ^zvzA, tzn chU.dA.zn 
bzAMQ -ill at once. In ipcCe o^ aZJi o£ thz dLii,tnja.ctzd iathzfi'i zHoKti, to hztp hii 
lamlLy uUth thz ihitt o^ thfizz phyilclam and tuio nuAj>z6, onz o^ thz dUZdxzn, a boy 
about 7 yzoAi o£ agz, hen iuccimbzd to thz dJj>zaJiZ. 

S-cnce tkz dzath o^ hu wZjJe nzafiZy tkfizz yzoM ago, M/l. KjUz ha.& kzpt hii pAomliz 
to hzn. to kzzp thz ianuZy togzthzA. In taking cofiz o^ them and bfUng-ing up thz baby 
ihom Infancy, hz hai, iullzn.zd inrumznabtz hand^hLp^. Thz ztdzit duZd li a glnZ oi 
13 yzau ol agz. 

HANKWSOM MEWS ********** Szptembzfi 2S, 1921 

MOTHER PIONEER IS SUmONEV 

Ma4. Emztia P/UhbzAnoui fa&izd AMoy T)uAay A^tzA A Long JlZnz&6 

Thz dzath o^ M/ls. Emztia VfUbbzAnow, which occwuizd at hzn. homz -in tkii city 
Tniday zvzrUng at S o'cZoch, n.movz& ^Kom zoAthZy activity anothzn. o^ thz pionzzn^ 
oi thlb ^zction. Vzczoizd 4>ullznzd a itAjokz o^ panaZy.&Zl> iomz timz ago and nzvzn. 
Kzcovznzd, QKodimZJUj Raiting untiZ thz GnJbn Rzapzn. took hi& toll. 

Vzczoizd woi bonn in Gznmany, Aug. 5th, 1853, and pa66zd hzn. 69th binthday Zmt 
month. Hzn. maidzn namz woi EmzZLa IzitZow and at an zanZy agz ihz camz to Amznica, 
6zttZing iiMt in WZ&coniin. ThzJiz 6hz woi manAizd to Fn.zd VnUhbznjnow who dizd 11 
yoAKh ago. Thz coupZz camz to RichZand County 11 yzan^ ago and izttZzd on a lanm 
nzan. thii city whznz thzy Kziidzd ^on... many yzani>. A^tzn. thz dzath o^ hzn hu&band 
thz widow bzcamz a n.z&idznt OjJ Hankin&on whznz ihz n.ziidzd up to thz timz ol hzn dzath. 

Shz i6 iun.\ji\jzd by tkz following chiZdnzn: Un/i . Ida filaM. o^ BainvilZz, MT,, 
AZbznX Vnibbznnow 0(J ;tJuj> city; CanZ Pnibbznnow o^ Gn.zzndatz, M/l4 . Mulda Hals o(, 
Albznta, Canada; M^4 Emma who Zivzi at homz; ¥nzd Pnilibznnow 6^ HiZZhzad, SV. Onz 
bnothzn. and onz 6ii,tzA livz in Wi6coniin. 

Thz ianznat was, hzZd Monday a^tznnoon, &znviczi, bzing condactzd by Reu. J. P. 
KZauilzn at thz Luthznan ChuAjch at 2 o'clock. A loJigz gathznZng oi old nzZghbonj> and 
inizndi wznz in attzndancz to pay thzin. linaZ tnZbutz oi Kz&pzct to thz dzpanXzd. 

Jntznmznt woi madz in thz Luthznan CmztzAy. 
HAMKINSON NEWS ********** SzptzmbzA 2%, 1922 



SKELETONS FOUND NEAP SISSETON WENTinEV... 
WeAe thz RemUni oi a. UkCtz fcunvUbj KJJUitd In ike. EoAZy Vayi 

Tuezdcuf monjfiing oi tkU ujzzk wonhjnzn In thz new gxavel. piZ j'a&X: zut oi Pzd Inan 
Lake. tuAnzd up uhat pfwvzd to bz human fizmaini and iuAXkzt zxjcavaiZon In tkz g/uzvzt piX. 
bJLOuqhX. to Z^xiht thz paAtLat KejnaA.ni> o^ ^ouA ikzZztom,. 

Wkitz thz ploiM had bnokzn and icattzizd thz bonzi it wai po4>6lblz to tzU coruldzn.- 
abtz about thzm and thzy appzan. to bz a. man and a woman, a iwiUZ chiZd and anothzn. pz/uon 
pKobabtij iuJUL gAoun. Thz 6kzZzton& uiznz unqazitLonahly o^ uikitzi, oi thz J^kuZli, ployinly 
ihou). Onz had a ^ziO tight colofizd hcuM, nzanby and old ^oihionzd bKaJ>i 6hoz tipi and a 
gla^i button uias ^ound uxlth thz ^kztzton o^ thz chiZd, and a ijew i,hnjzdi> o^ vohat appzoAzd 
to bz biuz cloth uiith anothzA. 

Thz bodLzi had bzzn buAlzd at a ihoAt diitanzz piom onz anothzA and onZy a tittZz 
woi/a bzZouo thz iuA^azz. 

Ja&t uiho thzy vizfiz and why tkzy J>houZd bz bafUzd on that Zonzly, uu.nd6u<zpt hilZ 
mJUL pfiobabZy Kzmaln a myiteAy. ..onz oi thz umoZvzd onz6 o^ thz zoAZy pZonzzA dajji. 

Onz pAobabZz ^oZution might bz in a itonjj Tom Evalng, a fizsidznt o^ thid town, 
Kzcaltli having hzaJid A/ithuA SckznZ, dzczoizd, KzZatz. AS hz KzmzjnbzM thz itoKy, an 
Irmignant ^amiZy woi iuApxUzd and iZxiin by thz indianM and bwUzd uihzxz thzy {,zti. 
Ma.. SckznZ W(X4 an oZd timzK hzAz and a ioZdizft at Tofit Sl66zton in thz '70'i and i^ hz 
MUt tiving today it iJ> kighZy pnxibabtz hz uiouZd bz ablz to cJLzoA. up thz myi>tzfia. 

Zi thiM ii> thz t/ULZ lohiti-on it iJ> no guzat zHofit to fizconit/iact thz taZz 

Thz tonzly fiaveZzM in a tAadiizi>4) countAy; thz quick &uA.pAiJ>z; thz gnJ.m dziemz; and 
^naZ zxtxnction by thz ovzAwhzZming numbzu oi a mzA.cilzi6 ^oz. 

Tho6z dayi afiz gonz and iofigottzn, but it li to 4>uch OM thz&z, who liz in unmoAkzd 

gAavzii, unuozpt, un&ung, that we owe ouJi pKzi>zjnt gAzatzit oi aZZ natiom Thz VauntZza 

VionzeM lakz CiXy JouAnaZ 

HMKJhlSON NEWS ************ Szptvnbzn. 14, 1922 

6. J, KozhZzA, tJiavzLing /iaZz&man ioA. TaJiuzU., Ozmun Kx/dz Company, dJioppzd 
dzad oi hzoAt iaJJUviz at Wahpzton on Wzdnz&day, He woi wet^ fenown i.n Hankin&on, having 
vLbiXzd ouA haitdwoAZ dzaZzti at AzguZaA intzHvaZtt ioA many yzau, making hL& hzad- 
quoAtzfU with thz Wippznman MzAcantiZz Company whiZz in qua city. 

Ha. and t^Al,. HznAy Wippznman motoKzd to Wahpzton todays to pay thziA KZipzcti 
to thz dzpoAtzd. 

HANKZNSON NEWS ************ SzptzmbzA 21, 1922 

BLOOV POISONING FATAL TO THREE 

BZood poiJtoning cau&zd thfizz dzathi in thii vZctnity within a wzzki pzAiod. 
AitzA ^uiizfilng ioK zight dayi, LzZand Lee, 21, FaiJmouYVt, dizd ai a AZiutt oi inizct- 
ion in a imaZZ iOAz on hii iacz. 

LynaZ O^coA&on, 6 CoZiax, i,ZightZy bnulizd hli knzz& whzn hz izZZ in a wagon 
box. Jnizction ieX in, in onz ioot, and hz dizd thAzz dayi> ZatzA. 



LITTLE BAB/ KJLLEV 

The. body o£ a iwo wzdi6 old child, -in a dzcompoie.d itatz woi ^ound by thz 
daaghtzA. o^ AJUofvt HeAAld, ^ouA. mlieJi uizit 0({ Summit, undeA. a. yzZZoMi>tonz tfuUZ 
bfildgz, onz day lent weefe. Thz zoKpiz woA tanappzd -in an old blanket and Inclaizd In 
a big coAdbooKd box oK canton, containing thz addAzi^, o^ E. R. HolmbzAg, a meAchant 
0^ BfU&tol, SV., and o^^czu axz attempting to ajiczntain who fizczlvzd thz box ^fwm 
htm, which mJLl Izad to thz Idzntity o^ thz guilty pzuon who pnobahly mundzAzd 
thz baby. 

Juiticz Vftlndlvlllz, States kttonnzy Uc Kznna and ShzAl^,^ BakzA, vZ&ltzd thz 
iiceyiz o{i thz cntmz and oAz zndzavonx.ng to lolvz thz my^teAy, but 4o ^oa no headway 
ha& been made iofi outildz oi thz aAd/ieM upon thz canton, no cZuzi havz bzzn obtatnzd 
and Ma- Holmiulit cannot A.emzmbz>i who got thz box ai> many AlmllaA. onzi poM, through 
hii hand6. 

Thz Summit Zndzpzndont i>ay&: It appzau to bz thz gzneAal opinion o^ tko6z who 
havz iollowzd thz cakz that a cJumz hoi bzzn committed. Thz bonzi oi thz ikuJil and 
otheA phy&lcal condition^ go to ihow that thz child wai quttz young and thz ^act that 
It woi dAeJ)6zd Im good zvldzncz that It had llvzd a^tzA. blnth. Unlzii thzAz wai> a 
6lnli>teA motive no onz would havz dzpoiltzd a dead child In 6ach a place io It li 
zvldznt that iomzonz wantzd to gzt Aid o{, thz child without thz publicity o^ a buAial. 
WhetheA the child wai> dead when Iz^t at thz hntdgz oA whethzn. It wa& Iz^t to diz wilZ 
pAobably nzvzA bz known, unlzi>& thz mothzA ox lathzA oi thz child, makz a coniz-iilon. 
Sujch aAticlzi a& may bz nzzdzd ioA Identification wzAz kzpt and thz Aemalm, weAZ entzAzd 
In thz cemzteAy. 

LATER. .. .Holmqutit hoi fiaczd thz coAton. Hz gavz It to an unknown touAi&t pall- 
ing thAouugh BAl&tol. 
HAMKWSON NEWS ************ 5^p_^^ 28, 7922 

C0MPAN/ "L" BOY VIEV AT WSHOLT 

knothzA bAeak In thz Aank6 o^ Hankln6on' i old company "L" occuAAzd la&t wzzk 
whzn HichoAd PeteA Roimuiion o^ Ro&holt pai&zd away at thz South Dakota tubeAculO'il& 
6anltaAium on Szpt. 17th, at Ca&teA, SV. 

Vzcza6zd woi bonn Nov. 6th, 1S93, at St. Paul, UM. He ipznt hli boyhood In that 
city, Kemovlng with ki6 paAent6 to Ro&holt In 1915. At thz outbAzak oi thz Wo Aid WoA 
hz znLOitzd In Hanklnion'i Company L, lateA mzAgzd Into thz 163Ad Ambulance CoAp6, and 
6eAvzd oveA&zai> with ki& comAodzi oi Hanklmon and vicinity until thz znd oi ho&tilitizi. 
He WOA honoAobly di&choAgzd May 22, 1979. 

RztuAning to Roiholt hz waj> happUbj moAAizd to Alicz Sa'ojtion on Oct. 8th oi thz 
iamz yzaA. A izw monthi ago hz wai, i,tAlckzn with tubeAculo^li , and although hz wagzd 
a heAolc ilght wl^th thz dtiza&z hz gAadually ialZzd, pa^&ilng away on SzptzmbzA 17th. 

He Izavzi to mouAn hii lo66, thz itAicken widow; hti iathzA, A. J. Roimaiion oi 
St. Paul, a bfwthzA Wm. RaJ>imuMion oi Tacoma, WA. , and two ilitzAi, Hw. ComIz PzAAy 
and Wii>. VagmoA FlihzA oi St. Paul. Ai> a membe/t oi thz littlz company oi Hanbln^on 



faot/4 wfio dAAlZzd hzAz duAlng the. iummeA 0($ 19 1 7 hz made, manif ^hlejidii in ouA caMj who 
zxX.ejn.d itA.nceA.t i,ympaxhy to the. beAzavzd one.& in tkeJji lo6i> 

Comb-Lne.d with a. plexLilng and tUieablz peMonatity he po66e.6.&zd con&ideAabte. 
aiuJLity oi an athlete and woi onz o^ the. itandbij& o^ thz company L boiebaJUi pitching 
6ta^i both htfiz and oveMcoi. He u}a6 one o^ ^eveAaZ Roihott boyi who ieAvzd oi mejnbtu 
oi company L. 

The. iuneAoZ wom heZd at Ro^ihott (iile.dnt6daij, the. Roiholt po4>t o^ the. kme.fu.cayi le.gion 
having choAgz o^ thz 6eJi\jiceA> at the. gxavz. Howand Cox and Ha/uiy WonneA, ol thli city, 
weM. among hi& ^ofmeA comfuxdej^ in attendance. 

WIGHT FARMER FATALLV INJUREV 
SuAvived TeMiblz lnjuAieJ> ion. Ten Vayi But tht End Camz Satafiday 

InjuAieJi KexLeyivcd in a pccuZian. manneA te.n dayi ago AeJ)uJited in thz dzath heAt o^ 
Aagtiit Andzuon, 4S yzoA. old Vvoight (^afmeA, on Saturday at: thz Wahpeton Ho4,piXat. 

Voctou and Hospital attendants maAvzZ that Andzuon tivzd ^oK inch a length oi 
timz uiith thz injuAizi hz had. Hz wa6 bAought to thz hospital Szpt,16th...ka, Aibs 
CAushzd f^nont and back, hii coUoAbonz bAoken, onz zaA nzaAly izvzAzd ^Aom ki& hzad, hi6 
iaxLZ, hofinibly mutilatzd, tuio j'aggzd holz6 in onz aJm and bfuiUzi about thz body geneAolZy. 

AndzAion's injuAlzi KZduJLtzd thAough {aiZuAz o^ thz tAactoA hz was opeJtating to 
Stop as hz had gaugzd it whzn hz bacJizd it against a szpaAotoA machinz in an attempt to 
connzct thz two. Standing on thz tfiactoA, hz was caught bztvozen thz ;ftuo machines and 
ioAczd into a position wheJvz thz big whzzl oi thz enginz bzat against him, inflicting 
thz injuAizs which bAought his dzath six. days latzn.. 

FuneAol seAviczs ioA Ma. AndzASon wzAz held Tuzsday at Vwigkt. Thz dzczaszd was 
boAn in Suizdzn, but camz to AmzAica at thz agz o^ 20 and to Uichland County szvzn yeoAS 
ago. Hz is suAvivzd by kis uiidow, tujo sons, 2 7 and 17 yzoAS old, and a daaghtzA 14. 

THE REl/. FATHER ALOIS DIES AT ROCHESTER 

At Coilzgzvillz, W., thz placz iiom which hz was sent loAth as a young pniest, 
thz V.z\)ZAznd Alois J. Gayduszk was yzstzfiday laid to Azst. Thz weZl lovzd pastoK, who 
spent ten yzans oA moAz oi his li£z in this city and szveAal at LidgeMJWood, dizd Tfiiday 
af^tzAnoon in a Uochzstzn. Hospital. 

FdtheA Alois, as hz was a^^zctionatfly callzd by his paAishionzAS and ^Atznds, 
camz to Wahpzton whzn haAdly mo Az than a boy to makz his homz wiXh kis bAothzA, thz Rev. 
Joszph Gayduszk oi St. AdeZbzAt's ChuAch, whosz dzath occuAAzd in thz iall o^ 7915. He 
Iz^ this city only to complztz his studizi at St. John's Collzgz at Collzgzvillz, UH., 
and on admission to thz pAizsthood, AetuAned hzAz. Hz czlzbAatzd kis ^iAst mass in St. 
AdzZbeAt's ChuAch. 

Thz local pastoAotz was not in thz chaAgz o{ FathzA Alois, but aitzA thz dzath 
0^ his bfwthzA hz szA\Jzd as pastoA hzAz until a succzssoA was szcuAzd. Hz then went 
to LidgzAuood. TheAz hz ministeAed to thz congAzgation oi St. John's hizpomuck ChuAch 
iiOA nzoAly zlzMzn yeoAS. 



FcuOizA AZoZi wcii, hoAdly mofiz than mlddlz a.ge.d, but ion. mom than thfie.z yza^u, hz 
had been 4U|$)$eA^g vxLth iJUL kzaJitk. He woi ;t'uut6f$eAAe(f ^nom LidgeAwood to knnajnooitz, 
but kli> hzjcULth continuzd to iaiZ and tixio months ago he. znteAzd the. hoipttaZ at RockeMteA. 
Thz hopeJt oi kit, {filzndi> ioi hti> nzcoveAy, bAtghtenad u)hen he. 6howed ^Zgru, of, fiapZd fizc- 
oveMf tn the peat ^euJ weeki, uieAz i>uddenZij 6hatteAe.d when hit, death cxune abfuiptZy Tnldaij. 

Hem 0^ the young pnte^t' 6 death. wai> ^oKKowiuZJiy fiecetved by ku ^Alendi heAe. 
They KecaJULed the bntiLaxncy oi hti ■inteZZect when he ^tut enteAed upon hli, caAeeA. oi a 
cZeAgyman, hc6 taZent <w a palnteA, kii, love ion. the {^neA things o^ Hie, and the choAm 
oi kii peA&onatity. Uany expfieMied beLiei that hti body ihouZd be bAoaght heAz and laid 
to AeM bejitde that oi hi& bAotheA. Uai,i,eJ> ioK kii Aepo6e wiZZ be ioid at St. AdeZbeAt'i 
ChuAch. 

Thz decea&ed t& iuAvZved by a bAotheA who tivoM in Kan6a& and a niece, Wc4-4 
UoAtha Gaydu&ek, who wa& with kirn at the time oi hZi death Wahpe^n GZobz 

THREE AUTO ACCZVEblTS 

ThAze. acjcZdenti in which one chiZd met death and two otheAi weAe ^eAiou&Zy injuAed 
occuM.ed nAOA Ulahpctan the same day. The vicjtani, oAe Eduxin Vaied, tM.ee yeoA oZd ion oi 
Un.. and Mw. AZiAed L. Vaied, TlichZand County iofm Az&identi, who wai, 40 badZy injuAed 
that he died wkiZe being Aoihed to a hoipitaZ 18 miZei away, 

WoodAow HiZeA, 9, gfiandion oi UA.and Wu>. A. 0. Hanion oi dlahpeXOn. AuAetia HoZ- 
ecek, 6 daaghteA oi hifi. and Ma6. EdwoAd HoZecek, iafm Ae&Zdenti oi EAaihvaZe, MM. 

EdLOin Vaied wai Aiding to town with hZi iatheA in an aatoiwbiZe t/uick. Stepping 
piom the ieat ai the tAuck ikidded on a high gAade, he ieZZ to the gAound in 6uch a 
manneA that he wai itAucJi by the tAudi and hii ikuZZ woa iAactuAed. 

The Iflahpeton boy, WoodAow HiZen., had gone with imaZZ iAiendi to the I'JiZkin County 
¥aiA. ToZd by the gatekeepeA to keep away iAom the Aoad, the boyi weAe obeying but 
cZoudi oi duJit obicJUAed the boy'i view oi an appAoaching automobiZe dtiven by E. G. 
EngitAom oi TeAgui TaZti. The boy ii in a hoipitaZ, a gAeat gaih acAoii hii iace, but 
ieoA at icAit ieZt that he had ^uHeAed inteAnaZ injuAiei ii now poiied. 

The HoZecek giAZ wai AetuAning iAom tixe iaiA with hzA poAenti. Sitting atone in 
the back ieat oi the automobile, ihe ielZ to the gAound. One eoA wai neoAly cut iAom 
hcA head and the otheA hoAAibZy laceAated. 
HANKINSON NEWS ************ 5^p^_ ^S, 1922 

SIX SONS ACT AS PALLBEARERS 

Six itaZwaAt iom acted ai palZbeoAeAi at the iunejuxZ oi theiA motheA, HAi. A. E. 
Adami, which wai held at the ioAm home noAthweit oi EoAney lait Sunday. Aiw. Adami 
died ThuAiday, a iew dayi aiteA iuHeAing a itAoke oi apoplexy. The Ajjtei weAe conduct- 
ed on the lawn neoA the home. 

Mw, Adami wai neanZy 65 yeaAi old, having been boAn Oct. 5th, 1S57. HeA biAth- 
place woj, White Oak SpAlngi. WI., and ihe wai the daaghteA oi Wi. and Wii. Thomoi 
White. When a imaZZ child, ihe Aemoved with hzA poAenti to Jowa, and wai moAAied 



at Ofuuigo. City, louia, JuJbj ZStk, 18S4. 

BzioA.z oomlng vilth. heA huiband and ^amiZy to HichZand County 18 yzofUi ago, Wi&. 
Kdamii ti\Jzd viltk thzm at OKonge. City, McUteA and Ifizton, Jowa; Moawaqaz, Jttino-U, 
and HomeA, Ttnm6i,tz. 

M^. Adam li i>aK.\il\je.d by kzA hiUtband, onz daughteA, tight ion6, htn. {^atht/i, 
4 hiMtzAJ:, and 4 bnotktu. HeA daughteA, f'iu. GKact Thompion o^ KinswoKth, MB., Li 
heAz; hzA ^atheA ^Aom Ifizton, Ik) keA bxotkeA, John Whitz, ificm HaywoAdzn, lA. , and 
otheA fi2JiaXl\}QJ>. 

Thz J>aA\ji.\3lng cIUZdAzn, othzfi than onz daughteA, att tivz in TUchZand County. 
Thzy oAz: Clliiofid, Ito, RuAl, Halph, CtLde., AaoI, MybuAt, and HidiaAd Wkctz. Thz 
youngzit 4on aj> 11 yzau old. 

HAHKIUSOU NEWS »»«»«»«»»«»« OUobzA 5, 1922 

A GOOV WOMAN CALLEV VONVER 
M/Li. VougZoii Evani, TofmeA RziLdznt o^ LidgeAWood, VLzi at Homz o^ VaaghtzK 

In TkU City 

Again tkz angzt oi dzath has itAztckzd ^oKth itl> handi and takzn {^om ouA midi,t 
anotkzfi Loving wiiz, mothzn. and Aiitzn.. On SatuAdajj Szp. 30th, Cafinlz Jzanztt Bannum 
Evani), uicije o^ Vougtai Evan& oi Lucky Lakz, Sa&k, Canada, and mothzA o( hUa. T. A. 
Pznnock oi thii city dizd at thz Zattzt's homz a^tzA an iZtnzi6 o^ thutz vozzki>, ga&t- 
Aitii bzing thz caaiz o^ hzA dzath. 

CoAAiz Jzanztt Ba'inum woi fcoAn in TaAmington, MW. , on Nov. 28th, 1866, bzing 
55 yzau, 10 months and 2 days o^ agz at thz timz oi hzn dzath. On Uojj 12th, 1886, 
6hz wai, unctzd in maAAiagz to VougZas Evani at FzAga& FaiZi, MW. , and madz thzxA 
homz thzAz ^OK thfizz yzoAi,. 

In 1889 thzy moved to LLdgznujood at wkich placz thzy fiziidzd ^oft 14 yzaA&. 
Vfwm thzAz thzy voznt to BaZiouA and in 1910 thzy movzd to Lucky Lakz, Soik, CAn., whzAz 
thzy MzAz zngagzd in gauming up to thz pAzsznt timz. 

CoAAiz Jzanztt Bannum Evans was a ^alth^uZ mzmbzA o^ thz chuAch o^ England, oi 
Lucky Lakz, Sask, Chn. , and was always activz in chuAch and public a^ialAS. Shz was a 
happy wi^z and mothzn. and a thofioughly good ChAlstian woman. WhznzveA thzAz was an 
oppofttunity to do a kindnzsi shz was always among thz ^iASt to Kzspond, and shz dzlight- 
zd. in maJiing othzAs happy. 

Shz Izavzs to mouAn hzA dzath: hzA husband, thfizz sons, Claudz, Jack and Waynz, 
0^ Lucky Lakz, and Hu. T. A. Pznnock o^ Hankinson; also onz bhJOthzA, E. M. Zannum oi 
WichUxL, KS., and onz sistzA, Hfis. J. V. Bain o^ Tomkawa, OK. All wzAz pn.zsznt at 
thz iunzAal with thz zxczption o^ E. A. BaAnum who was unablz to attznd. 

Funznal szAviczS wzAz hzZd at thz T. A. Pznnock homz on Wzdnzsday moAning at 
tzn o'clock. Rev. CloAzncz Coaa, PastoK oi thz Congfvzgational ChuAch conducting thz 
s zAviczs . 

Thz Avnains wzAz takzn to TzAgus Tolls, MW. , and laLd to fizst bzsidz hzA mothzA 
and ^athzA in Mount Taith CzmztzAy, and wzAz hzld hzAz until noon that thz thAzz AonS 



CZaudz, Jack and Waynz, who afifUvzd on iAoin No. lOS might hxvjz a Zait took at the. 
motkex bcionje, the. /Lemiini, wzAz taid In thz g/uiue. 

T/ie pcuUbejoKeM we^e L. E. KUxick, Van S. lliZztj, \ii. J. Chopin, ffianh Uaoi, 
0. V. Gi^iofid and Ed. Rathz. 

Thz bztzavzd AziatiMUJi havz thz hzaAt{,zlt sympathy o^ many iAlzndi> in thzin. 

60Mj0U1. 

"¥oK nonz fiztunn ifiom tho&z ipVilt ihofvii>, 
iiJho cA064> with thz boatman cold and paZe.; 
lilz hzAK thz dip oi thz goldzn oafa, 
And catch a glzam o^ thz i>nowy 6alZ." 

"Wz only knou) that theJJi baAquz& no moKz 
Uay hoJUi viith ai o'eAXciJe'4 itofmy 4ea; 
Vzt AomeutfieAe, I know, on thz umzzn ihoKz, 
Thzy watch and bzckon and wait iox me." 

HkUnUSOH NEWS ,*,**,,»*•»* Oct. 5, 7922 



WoA.d woi fie.c<uxzd out thz turn 0|$ going to pKZi6 oiJ thz iuddzn dexUh of, MA4 . 
W. E. Adami, fiuixLing ^ouA mltu nofUh o{^ BaKnzy, MA4 . Adami had not compZcUnzd of 
any iJU.nu& and hzA. iuddzn dzaih biAjngi 4,oaaow to fAyizndi and nZA^hbonj) Living many 
miZzM dlbtant. MA4. Adami had bzzn In attzndancz at thz HoyaZ Nzlghboxi Convzn^on 
at Hankimon on thz pKzczzdLng evening and was In hzA ti&uaZ j'otty and kappy mood and 
duAlng thz zvznlng, SatUAday, wai at GnavzA Thomp&on'i. AppoAzntZy a6 uzZt and happy 
a& ZMZA, A-ztOujig at, u6aaZ SatuAday zvzninQ pairing q^alztly and pzaczfuL^f away In 
that Zait, long ilzzp, ffvom which ihz nzvzA Azgalnzd con&cloa&nzii^), though dzatk did 
not come untlZ thz foiZoMlng Wzdnz&day. 

Thz fanzAoZ iZAvlcz was hzZd on Sunday, at thz CongAzgatlonaZ ChjuAch In Ant- 

ztop, 5 mltzi> nofithzoit of BoAnzy, at 2 PM In cIuiAgz of J?ev. L, E. Vlnklnson oi thz 
WyndmzAz M. E, ChuAch; thz RoyaZ NzlghboAi, of BoAnzy aJUo attzndzd In a body. 

HANKJNSON WEWS ttyndrnzAZ Column Octobzn. 5, 1922 



We ate gAlzvzd to Kzpofit thz dzath of V.alph Caulklm, of Wahpzton, Kzczntly 
of tkli townihlp. Hz wai 16 yzau old ja&t a fzuo day& bzfoAZ hl6 dzath, which occnAAzd 
loit Vnlday, Oct, 13th, about noon. He dlzd of hzoAt tAoublz fKom which hz had iuffzAzd 
/>zvzJmZ yzoAi). Ralph woi of a £unny and plza&ant dl&poiltlon and had many ffUzndi , 

Thz funzAol wai hzld In thz Mzthodl6t ChuAch In Wahpzton nzxui thz Caulklm 
homz. JntzAmznt wa& madz In thz Whltz Rock CzsneXzAy bzsldz hL& bfvothzA CtoAzncz who 
dlzd about nlnz yzaAi> ago. Thz family havz thz mo£t ^Incztz sympathy of all thzlA 
f.fUznd6 In thzln. &ad lo6i . 

HANKWSON NWS GREENVALE GLEAMZNGS OctobeA 19, 1922 



FORMER GREEhtVALE VOUTH VIES AT WAHPETOhl 

lrfu.zndi> of thz 0. H. CauZiUni> family, plonzzA Azildznti of GfizzndaZz iympathizz 
dzzply with thzm In thz lo66 of thzlA ion Ralph, who dlzd at thzAJi homz In Wahpzton 
loit Thldajy. 

A AzmoAkablz Cjolncidzncz li thz fact that two yzoAS ago thzy wzAZ bzAzavzd by 
thz dzath of anothzn. ion, agzd 16 yzoAi and 5 dayi. Ralph wai zxa.ctZy thz iomz age 
to a day at thz tlmz of hl6 dzath. Both dzathi nz&uttzd fKom hzant tAoublz iupzA- 
Induczd by Ahzumatlim. 

Ralph wa& a mzmbzA of thz WaJipzton Boy Scoots and populaA with thzm and at 
ichool. i<lhzn funzAal izAvlczi wzAz conductzd foA him at thz Hzthodlit ChuAch In 
Wahpzton Honday, thz Scoutmaitz^, F. H. BeAgmon, Azad thz iZAvlcz and companion 
icouti In unlfoAm boAz thz body. Among thz floAol plzczi gioupzd about thz coffin 
woi a bzautlful offznlng fJiom hli ichool matzi. 



^aZph MU, boAn cut MQona, lA. , Oct. Zih, 1906. WWi ka> paA.zntl, he. caim to 
NoAth VcdioicL 12 yeoM ago, living viiXk ikvn ntoA Hanklmon antiZ thzy Aejnovzd to 
Wahpzton two yzoAi ago. 

SuAvZvZng the. youth oAe. hit, pa/ieji^ti, one. 4Jj>teJi and ^ouA. bn.otheJii>. The. 6-UteA 
tivzM at VaZejvUne, WT.; ont bxothzA., FeAn, hi GAzejidalz; the. otheMM, EoaZ, HeJibeAt 
and KznneXh oJiz at home. 

HANKWSOhl WEWS ************ OctobeA 19, 1922 

BLOOV POISONING FATAL 
kdotph Ha^neA., 69, a fiz&^dent o^ HixMand County ioK mo fie. than 40 yejOM, died 
at kii fiome -in WahpeXan oi blood poliorung KtiuZting ^Axim 6te.pjM.ng on a nalt {^\ie. 
wzeiiM ago. Hl6 death had teen momtntoAAJiy expzcXzd ioK mofiz than a uizek. H.a> laldow, 
thAzz daughtzAi and ^ve 6on6 iuAv-lvz. 
HMKJNSON NEWS ************ HpvzjpbeA 16, 1922 

On Vnldajy manning, a^teA an UlneMh oi a ,Jew dajji, RuA4e£ BuUM., a J,on oi 
Ua. andWu>. F/izmfe i. BuUaj> o^ VuzAA toiMn&hip dlzd. He w<ls takeji UZ on thz pKzvlou^ 
SatuAday and hU dzath um caaizd by acxvtz appzndicutU. Had thz boy tivzd untU 
Sunda^j hz muld havz bzzn />lx yzoAi old. 

Thz iunzAol izAvlczi wzAe. held on Sunday a^tznnoon, hU i-UXh bvithdajj, at thz 
M. E. ChuAch, Rev. 3zWm deUvznJjig thz iunznaZ dlicoauz. 
H'ANKINSON NBilS LIVGERWOOV COLUMW NovzmbeA 16, 1922 

Jamzi, UUtcheU oi KlddeA, dlzd on SatuAday and thz body urn ihlppzd to this city 
ioA buAial, oAAivlng on t^onday evening. Thz dzzeMzd mi moMlzd to a daughteA oi thz 
latz WUUam and TKoncli Coolibzy, who dlzd lomz yeoM ago and weAz buAizd at HamUn. 
Thz dzczoizd uiai. lUd to AzMt bzildz kU uiiiz at HamUn on Tuesday. 

m. Thomoi ?olda, a iomzA xzildznt oi thli city, and ioK izvzAol yeoA^ pait a 
Kz^ldznt oi GzoKgz, m., dlzd thli weefe and thz body U being brought to tka cUy ioK 
buAlal according to wond xzcelvzd hzAz today. 
HANKINSON NEWS LIVGEWOOV COLUMM NOl/EMBER 16, 1922 



T. A. BAWSLEY, VEAV 

LcLit Monday cU aboiU noon, FoAAmoan^ um dumbfounded whan U faecame known that 
T. A. BoAdilay wtu dzad, ha.vi.n9 bzzn oveAcome. by coJibon monoUdz inom tho. znglnz exhaoit 
o^a ¥oKd coJi. M/i. BoAcklty, Zn pKzpvuUlon ioK a cold &pzU, took hot wcutzA to hli 
goAoae. to 6tajvt tht angZnz. He. had thz tnglnz Juinnlng, hz tuJmzd tht cAonk and wcw down 
on kU knzu opznlng up thz vaZvzi to 6 zz that zvzAytking was aU A^ht bz^oKZ puXUng thz 
coA. on jack!, ioK thz uUivtzA. In thi6 position hz was, iotxnd by hi6 wl^z about 12 o'Uock 
who wznt to look aitzA kun, aitzji an ab&znzz 0^ abocut tloo howa, Hz may havz bzzn dzad 
ioK an hoan. on. moA.z bz^oKz hz woi duaovzAzd. 

Thomas A. BoAxiilzy wa& boKn In Vanz County, ft/T., Jan. 30th, 1849, whzAz hz g/iew 
to manhood and was moMZzd. In 1S75, hz camz to Au^-tin, MN., whzAz hz Uvzd untU 1 S79 
thzn hz camz to Vakota TzAA^oAy and bAokz thz i^t i>od ^outh oi TaUmoayut. In ISSl hz 
movzd hU iamlly hzAz onto KU homz&tzad and thz iiMt MzXhodiit ChuAch ^zAvZczi eveA hzZd 
^ thM community wzAz hzld In kU un^ini^hzd ihack and 6incz that timz, hz was a dzvouX 
mzmbzn. and wonkzA oi tha;t dznomlmXlon. 



In 1902 hz (mtZAzd thz mcUZ ^zJivZct and wca tht ^Zut avuiloJi oat o£ TcuAmount 
uhyLch uicUi among the. i-iut -in thz itate., and ^o/i IS t/eaw he. ieAvzd hJjt patAom, to thz but 
oi hii abiLitij and hii patAom become attackzd to him and hz wai thz JizcupZznt O)} many 
pAZiZnti, 06 a 6zn.vant to thz pzoptz. In 1920, whzn nza/iZy 11 ijznju> oi age hz woi n.ztUAzd 
mJJfi a pzmZon. 

In Li^z M/i, "EaAd&Zzy heZd many o{i{)Zczi o{ tnmt aji ha> commu.n.ity, aZwayi ^aJMi- 
luZ to thz loit and by hZ& up^ghtnz&i hz had no znemZzi, and tcoi zonCsldzfizd onz 0(J ouji 
bzit and mo6t bzZovzd cXtczeni and wa4 a £Znz zxamptz ei an AmznA.can cJJu.zzn and by u.n- 
timzZy pa44-cng out cUty wcw pZaczd. In deep lonAovo and ouJi pzopZz gfhizMZ viith thz nzan. 
>izZatX.vz& h.z tzit bzhJjfid, oofUch afiz kis mI^Z, and ^oua. chZZdxzn: AJ.£xzd o^ 01-ing, UD., 
M^, Ci/m. Viitnzjy o^ ^InnZpzg, Canada., WA^ZLam oi UlnnzapotL&, and Mw, Laztta Lopzutzad 
0(5 San VZzgo, CA. 

Thz {anz/ial iZAv.icz& wzfiz hzZd ta&t ThuA6day at zZzvzn o'ctock AW., £Viit at thz 
fLZ6tdzncz uhzfiz thz Odd FelZom had choAgz and condaztzd thz KemaA.ni to thz Methodiit 
ChuAch whzAZ REv. Hynzi, ^ofimzuly o^ FaZnmoant, now at St. VdtzK, MM., dztivzAzd a vzfiy 
iZnz 6ZAjnon, k^tzn. wfUch thz Masonic oKdzfi took choAgz and z&cofitzd thz fizmaZm to thz 
czmztzAy, whzAz thz tait filter u)zn.z hzid. Thz Z6tzzm Zn whyich thz dzczoizd woi hztd wai, 
told by thz beaixtyiiuJi iZxjfmZ t/Ubutzi, Thz patxom oiJ RufuiZ Routz Wo. 1 ,iiofu.di thz dzczaizd 
tzndzd {^ofL 40 many yzaJie, had a wKzaXh wZXk "Routz No, 1" wofikzd Zn uilth {^Zawzn^, thz 
Mo^OKLS and Odd fzZZom t/Ubutz wzAz iZowzn pZIZom wZth embZem/) o^ thz oKdzu wonkzd -in. 
Thzn.z^wajt a bzautZ^uZ bouqazt {i^omthz po6t o^^Zcz ^o^cz and many othzfu, ^Kom dZ^zKznt 
ofiganZzatZoni . kZtkoagh thz fioads wzfiz aZmoit Zmpa&iabZz thz chuAch W(i4 thfiongzd uxcth 
dfLizndjs who camz a Zong way to pay thzZfi Zadt Aeapecta to thz dzpajitzd onz who had by 
kii ckindnzii and good tAoZti won thzOi Zovz and z&tzem. 

Thz AzZatZvzi ^fiom a dJjitanzz wzftz: kZf^Kzd EoAdiZzy and daughtzn. o^ WZng, htV., 
Wm. BoJidiZzy and wZ^z, MZnnzapoZA^; Ma& . W. C. Putnzy o^ bJZnnZpzg, Can.; Joe BatdiZzy 
and 6on, Gay, Uk6. T. 0. HuZl and ^,on, GZzn 0({ HZnnzapoZi&, Ma. and Ma4. F-tanfe OZZvzn. o^ 
HinnzapoZyii, , Ha& . iazJZZa lopzfi-Stzad o^ CaZZdoAnAji wai anabZz to bz kzfiz. 
HANKINSON NEWS Talnmoant Nzm Novzmbzn. 23, 1922 

Ma. and Mnj>. UeZd BxoZandzn. Zz{,t on Taziday ^on. Pankzu VkoaJlLz, MN., to aXtznd 
thz ianznjJiZ o{^ Mw. Bn.oZa.ndzn.* i> {^athzn., Mk. John&on, who dJ,zd iaddznZy on Sanday. 
HANKJNSON WEWS LZdgznwood CoZumn NovembzA 30, 1922 



LEWIS A. TYSOM VIEV FRIPA/ 
CormuyUty Shoditd by Suddzn Vzatk oi (Uv-UL WoA. VvteJum and VlontzA. CLtizzn 

ImU A. TyiiOn, (Ux-UL WaA. VzXleAon and Rlcktand County plontzA, ditd iuddznly 
cut hii home, yin tkii city zoAty thyii moAjfUns. He. poi^zd amy pzacziutiy and hli dtath 
woi dc&coveAzd when kii, uiL^z ejidzjavoAe.d to aAoaiz him Ion tkz day. blhJite. hz wcLd veAy 
u)zak {oA thz pait (Jew montki thz znd woi zntOizty unzxpzctzd and come 04 a gxzat 
ihock to hoiti) 0^ iAizndi thAoughout tkU poAt o^ thz county. 

Vzczaizd um onz oi thz bctt known 0^ ouA. pionzzn. izttZzU. Boaji in Vznntytvania 
kpfuJL 22nd, 1843, hz uxu, in hi& zightA.zth yzaJi. At thz outhtzak o^ thz civiL wok hz 
znZiitzd and ^iZAvzd ai a UrUon 6otdlzA. thAoaghoat thz wan. Hz i>aw much activz izAvicz 
and a (Jew yza>u ago WAotz a 4>zfu.z& 0^ antictzi ioK thz WEWS KeJLating ku zxpznizncz6 
duAing thz KzbzZLion. 

Hz iM iafivivzd by hii wi^z and &zvzAat chiZdxzn, but we hopz to pAjziznt a moAz 
complztz obituaJiy in ouA. nzxt i&iuz. 

Hz hztttzd -at ZidnZand county in thz zaJiZy 80*4 viith izvzKol bnothznj,, all oi 
whom took Zand in what ii now GKzzndaZz Toun&hip. Ufi. Tyion was UizlZ zducatzd and 
ioK many yzoM taught Aufuxl ichooZM in tka> pant oi thz county and many oi hZi ioAmzn. 
pupiZi a/iz now nujnbzn.zd\among ou/l wztt known ioAmzu oi middZz liiz. Hz woi aZio 
onz oi thz iiut fujJuxZ mail caVu-ZU i^om Hankin&on. Strong in hi& potcticaZ convict- 
ion&, hz wai ainuayi to be iound battling ioK what hz coniidzAzd thz night in civil 
Ziiz valiantJiy 04 hz ioaght ion. human tihznty iwm '61 to '65. 

AAAangzmznti ion. thz iunznaZ havz not yzt been comptztzd, but it ii thz pnziznt 
plan to hold 6z>i\iicz& in thz Congnzgational ChuAch in Hankin&on Saturday monning 
aitzn. which thz nzmaZnl, will be laid at Az&t in thz Ty6on Czjmtzfuj in GKzzndalz Town&kip. 

HANKWSOM MEWS ************ WovemfaeA 30, 1922 

CJVn WAR fETERAW MV PIOWEER LklV TO REST 
Jmpnzi^iivz Funztal Hzld at Congfizgational ChuAch Laj>t SatuAday Aitztnoon 

Thz iunznal oi leiaU, A. Ty&on, vztzAan oi thz Civil WoA and a Az&idznt oi PU.chiand 
County ioA moAz than 35 yexiAS, wa6 hzld SatuAday aitzAnoon at thz CongAzgational ChuAch, 
conducted by Reu. C. CaAA. 

Thz &zAvicz& wzAz in choAgz oi Hankin^on ?04>t oi thz AmzAlcan Lzgion togzthoA with 
thz Civil Won. and Spani6h WoA VzX.zAan6. Thz caikzt waj, almost hiddzn bznzath iloAol 
oiizAlng^, and thz AmzAican Flag wa6 pAominn/itly dc&playzd. Thz chuAch woi iillzd with 
old tunz iAiznd6 and nzighboAi, gathzAzd to pay thzAA. iinal tnibutz oi Azipzct to onz 
oi thz nation'i dzizndzu. 

HonoAOAy pall bzaAzAi wzAZ W. T. SpznczA, Cha&. H. CiboAn, R. T. EniXtzn, S. Himi, 
T. I. Evzni>on and John lilickman. Thz activz palZbzoAzAi, wzaz mzmbzAi, oi thz lzgion poit. 

At thz conclaiion oi thz chuAch ^zAvicz thz Aemaim, wzAz takzn to thz Tyion Cejn- 
ztzAy in GAzzndalz, nzoA thz icznzii oi thz zoAly pionzzA itAugglzi oi thz dzczoAzd, 
undzA militafuj zicoAt. A mLlitaAy iolutz waj, iiAzd oi thz body wai lowzAzd to it6 



^nat KeJ>ting pla.cz, tap6 weA.z ioundzd and the. gath&fUng of, {,nA.e.ndi dli>pz/u>e.d uxLth 
tkt finatizcutLon that thz cormayiUy had toit a. tAue. ChAA^tlan man who had ioaght tlr.z 
good {tight and ^Iniihtd the. couA^t. 

LeiMa> Mien Ty4>on wm bofin at VoAk, PA., ApJvil 22nd, 1843; died Nov. 29th, 1922. 
He came voe^t to Indiana, then a iKontleJi itatt, whejn. a imatt boy. TheAz he g^ew to 
numhood and at the outbreak oi the. Clvlt WoA znLii>tejd In thz i>eA\Jlce oi hZi, coantAy at 
St. Looci In kpnlt 0^ 1S61. He 6eAvzd thAzz yzjou and eleven monthi, poMtlcA-pajting in 
izveAoL oi tkz tmpofitant battlzi o^ that sangiLiaoM^i itAuggle beXwzzn nonth. and iouth. 

He uias mannlzd to EmiZy HiZman, Zn Vzc. oi 1S67, and wznt to ianmlng In JZtinoZi,. 
LateA on hz taught school Zn IL. imtlt U86 whzn hz b/waght hAJ, iamity to Vakota teAJii- 
toKy, 6zttLing on a homz^tzad In what Ik now Gxezndalz Townihip, about ten mlZzh ioutk 
oi Haydzlnion. TheAZ hz undznwent tkz 6tAuggle^ and txiaZi> oi thz plonzeA&, teaching 
count/iy ichool duAA.ng thz wlntzAM. Thz iamity removed to Hankln&on In 1899 and dzceoM- 
zd wau> a iamillafi ilguAz In ouA. city up to thz day oi kit, death. 

He lJ> luJwlvzd by hid widow; thfizz i>on6, KobeAt, ChaAtz6 and HeJibeAt, and two 
daughteA^, Annlz and Hay. Two bAotheA6 alio iuxvlvz him, HobeAt. A. oi Catiitoga, CA. 
and Rev. E. E. oi Atlantic CiXy, UJ. AU. oi thz ioni> and daughtzAi, wzAz heAz ioA thz 
ianzAat. 
HANKIMSOM NEWS ************* VzcembeA 7, 1922 

SOO TRAINMAN KILLEV 

EAooki, UndeAwood, Soo AallAoad man known to many oi thz company'^ employzzs at 
Hankln&on, wai In&tantZy iuILzd when hz ieZt beneath thz whzeZi oi a iAzlght tAoln at 
Litton ladt SatuAday. He wai woAklng ai> a bAakeman at thz time, (ilthough he. had iZAvzd ai> 
condactoA on iAelghti In thz pait. 

Ju^t how thz accldznt occuAJizd li not known a& thzAz wzAZ no zyz wltnz&6e.i. Thz 
ipot li, known ai an exczptlonalZy dangeAoui one to tAalnmzn and anothzA bAakeman wai> killed 
thzAz a iew yzoAi ago. 

UndzAuiood has, made occoilonal tAlpi to HanLinion on extAa ixelghtb duAlng 
thz poit yeax and wai> well known to many pzoplz hztz. He leaver a wliz and iamlly. 
HANKJNSON NEWS ************ VzcembzA 14, 7922 

MAi. ChaAlzy Vlck hoi AeXuAnzd iKom AboAdzzn wheAZ ihz hoi bzzn to attend 
thz iu-nzAal oi Geo Age Steman, ionmenZy oi Ealnmoant. 

* *********** VecembeA 14, 1922 

Ua. and tUi. BzAt EutleA have thz sympathy oi thz commaniXy In the death oi 
thelA. Iniant daughXeA which occuAA.zd Wzdne&day aitzAnoon, aiteA living tuio dayi aitzA 
blfUh. 

************ VzcembeA 14. 7922 



Ma.. Lewci A. Tyion who dlzd at kli home. In Hank<yu>on on Hov. 19th, waj> laid 
to fizMt In Tyion CzmeteAy on ScUuAday, Vtc 2nd. Hli> {(mJUbj and izveAJtt otheji 
KzlativeJt and ^fUzndi, iotiowzd the. Azmalm to tkz loit Keating place, tzn inLle.6 
ioutk oi HardUmon. Thz dzepe^t iympathy l& extzndzd to tkz iamily by aZl theJji 
iKiendi>. M/L, Jyion wot, an UncZz o^ M/l4. A. MowieA. 
HANKIMSON WEWS GREEWALE SECTION VzczmbzA 7, 1922 

HMKIUSON PJOUEER VEAD AT FERGUS FALLS 

(UoAd wai Jie.c.zivzd heAz thli wzzk oi thz death o^ Hznxy Hittag at FeAgui FalZi>, 
MW. , on Tuesday moKning, Vzc. 12th. Vzczaizd uxu> onz oi thz veAy zoAZy izttZzA6 In 
tkU Kzglon hli iatkzA., KoaZ UUtag having homz&tejidzd paAt o^ thz pKziznt i>ltz oi 
Mankind on mofiz than io/vty yejiu ago. 

Hen/uj UUtag uxu, boKn at Hz&heZ, GeAmany, 77 yeoM ago, and whllz a young man 
camz to AmeAican uxith kUi poAznti, M/t. and Uu. KoaZ Uittag. About 40 yzoM ago thz 
tkz iamilsj loaxtzd on a homzitejid uhlck Inzludzd tkz land on which thz iouth panJt oi thz 
CAXy oi HanfUnion new standi. Vzczaizd Izit hzfiz ten yzoM latzfi, leJMlng on a ianm 
noAth oi UantadoK, wheAz hz lived ion iivz yzaM. Hz iold tkiii placz and bought 
anotkzA iaAm nofitk oi GAzat Bend, but a yzan. lateA iold out theAz and moved to a ioAm 
which hz bought nzan. Etizabzth, MW. He Ke^AJizd about zight yzau ago and fiziidzd in 
Fe/tgtti faZJU> up to tkz timz oi hli dzath. 

He li> iuAvivzd by thz widow and a laAgz iamiZy oi ckltdtzn, aZl ghown. TheJiz 
ojlz alio thAzz iuAviving bhotkeju,; Thzd, who livz& In Montana, Canl oi GKzat Bend 
and Hzfman oi thli, city; two ilitzu, EAnzitlnz UUtag oi Chicago and M/la. Caxl La- 
boda who llvz& iouthzait oi Hanklnion. 

Vzczoizd wait a dzvout membzn. oi thz GeAman EvangzlLcat ChuAch and thz iunzAol 
will be held undeA thz aaipiczi oi that oKganlzatlon at ^zKgui Falli on SatuAday, 
Vzc. 16th. HeAman UUtag and Ma., and Uk&. CaAl Laboda wiZl aXtend tkz lait iad fUXzi. 

Vzczoizd woi a good nelghboA, a loyal i^znd and a good hmband and 

/n^QOAd by all who fenew him, and newi oi hl& dzatk 

WW Izannzd with Azgiet by old taneAi in thli vicinity. 

HAHHUSOM hlBJS •»««««»»»»«» VzczsnbeA 14, 1922 

SOO TRAIWMAW KJLLEV 

BAooki ilndzmood, Soo KallAoad man known to many oi thz company'i employzzi at 
Hanklmoi(i, wai instantly klUzd whzn hz iell beneath tkz whzeli oi a iA.zlght tAoln at 
Wltton loit Saturday. Hz wai woAklng ai a bAakeman at thz timz, although hz had iZAvzd ai 
conductoA on ixelghti In thz pait, 

Juit how tkz accident occjuAAzd li not known ai tkzAz weAz no zyz witnziizi. Thz 
ipot li known ai an zxczptionalty dangzAoui onz to tAolnmzn and anotheA bAakeman wai killzd 
thzAz a iew yean, ago. 



FATAL ACCIVEUT 014 SOO CWSSJUG SATURDAV NIGHT 

Beji He UofiAoii) Me-Zti Tfta.Qlc. Vzath \)lhzn AuXo Oiaihu Into Eng^Jiz: Otkvi Occupanti 

Aji Can. Eicapz InjuAy 
HcuilUyUton'A (tut {ataZ cfwiJjjfiQ accidznt occvJiHtd SatuAday zm^yujiq wkzn Btn 
Mc MoAAow, dnlv-big ku fond fumahoat, cAoihzd Znto tkz Zocomotivz putting thz Soo'i 
Hanktmon-ELimcLndi pcUt/tzngeA fuun and urn, aJbno6t ImtantZy luZZzd. H^jt bfiothzA Izn 
and "Shonty" tOiaaliZ, the. otlmA occivpantl o( tkz. am., zicapzd with minoK InjuAlzi. 
Ben, bzttzn. knom. cu, "Bunny," wca thuiion ovzn. tkz Mind^kizZd and ifmxik tkz hnow plow 
0^ tkz znglnz viitk tzfuU^c (oficz, i^actuAing ha> ikuJU., bAzaking one oAm In izvzAoZ 
placzi, onz Izg and izvzAoZ Kibi. Hz dizd whilz bzing takzn to Vk. McVonzli'i oH-lct. 

Without mincing woKdb it may 04 weZZ be plainly itatzd tkat tkz accldznt uxl6 thz 
xziult o( too muck moonAkinz. Thz boyi we^e dhlvlug in injom tkz loutk and at thz CcutkoHic 
ChuAck zotinzn. Izn and "ShoKtxj" zndznvofizd to ilaakzn tkz ipzzd oi tkz coA. But Ben 
itubbofmty KzMlktzd tkzOi z^oAti and opznzd tkz goi wide, tzoAing down thz htAzzt at. tkz 
hpzzd limit o( tkz coA. Thz Soo bAjjjick fuUn woi moving slowly ovzn. thz cAoi/iing on Main 
4>tAzzt with EnginzzA Ga&t Olion at. thz tkAottlz. Thz ipzzding auto itAvudi tkz itncw plow 
and wai> tuAnzd aZmoit completzly about, coming to a itop JuAt za^t o( thz iidesmlk and 
jtiithln a dozzn (Jeet o( thz main fiadi. Thz coA woi not ovzAtuAnzd, but thz {,Aont znd wjoa 
complztzly wKzckzd. Lzn and "Shontif" wzAz not :Ui'iown out but we/ie (ound hal( dazzd and 
huddZzd in thz izat wfien by 6tandzAi fuuhzd to tkz 6cznz. Ben had bzzn tkAown out with 
tznAl^c iJoAce against thz ^,now plow and wai pickzd ap with hli> hzad onlif a loot iKom 
tkz fialti. Hz waj, unconcclouj^ and dlzd within a (ew momznts . 

Thz cAoi4>ing hoi aliM.y4> bzzn coKi,ideAzd a dangzfiouA onz with dozzm 0|J tfiaim pair- 
ing thAough thz hzoAt o^ town daily. Thz Soo maintains a flagman but even gatzi would 
not ha\jz pKz\Jzntzd tkil> accidznt, whick wai, due ZJvUfizly to thz fizckZziinzii o{t thz dAlvzA. 
Thli lb i>hown by tkz (act tkat thz auto did not even Kzack tkz AaiJU>, Kunnlng hzad on 
into thz bnow plow imtzad. Thz dzad boy hoi a Azputatlon ion. Kzcklztb dniving and ha6 
bzzn fizpzatzdly woAnzd o^ tkz dangzn. o^ ipzzdlng. Thz accidznt ejmpha^izti- thz iact that 
thz KadiatoK li thz only placz alcohol l6 o^ any uie about an automobilz. 



Thz tAagzdy -t/tAew a. paZt o^ hofOvoK oveA tkt hotiday {,ti,tiv.i;Uu AjnmziiiaieZy iollovy 
Ajig. Happening at nint o' dock am. thz tvznlng. It woi witnui>zd by i>t\JZ/iaJi pzAAOYH, and 
thoAJi accounts oi the. dcdidzjot axt atikz In aU. U6zntiaZ poJvticjuJiaJii . Scoku oi Hoti- 
day AzvzZeMA weAt at thz icznz uiWUn a ^ew mlnutzi, and thz wn.zc.ktd axA imj, vlmd by 
hundAzdi duAing thz ioZZouxbig 48 houu. 

Thz body 0(J thz victim wxi takzn {Kom Vx. MC VonzJU'i oHlzz to Gn.zzn' 6 UndzAtaklng 
fioom whzAz JuMtizz E. A. ULng, actxng a^ zofwnzA., zmpanelzd a ja/iy zotu>li>tLng o^ Vfi. 
Mc ConzZJL, L. K. Vlck, T. M. GjeAitnum and 0. V. GA-^ond. Thz vzndcct oi thz coH.onzA'i 
jUJiy utti In aczofidancz mth thz {acti itatzd abovz, but no attzmpt woi madz to plazz thz 
A.e^poni-ib'iUty ^OA. thz azcidznt. 

FunzAot izn.VA.czM weAe hzZd Wzdnziday a^tz/inoon, bz^ing condactzd by Hanklmon Voit 
0^ thz AmzAlcan Lzg-ion at thz Gnzzn undzAtahing poAZonj,. 

Vzcz^zd, onz oi a iamWj oi 13 ckUdAzji, wal, bonn hi Gnzzyidalz Township, June 8th, 
IS94, and wcu 28 yzxua o{, age. Hli zntUz Uiz m2> ipe^ ^ UcMmd County mth thz 
zxczptAj^n oi thz tanzhzum Aji izAvlcz duAlng thz i)lonld Woa. He ipznt izvzmZ months 
In thz tAoirlng campi and m^ ovzMza^ ion about ZA.ght morth,. ShontZzy aitzA kU nztuAn 
hz woi thz vZcthn oi an accUznt that cxLpplzd hhn, iaZUng undzA a Soo tn^ and loUng 
thz gnzatzA. pant oi onz ioot. Oddly znoagh, thU. accidznt ha.ppznzd mthLn a handnzd izzX 
vi whznz hz tatzK loi>t hli tliz. 

He U, iuAvlvzd by iAX bnothzJU, and thnzz ^l6tzM, aZZ oi whom nzMdz am thA^ vA.CA.ruty 
mXh thz zxczptlon oi F^fe Mc Moaa^w, w/io^e homz U In Chicago, and Joe Mc Uonnow. who 
UvzM In St, Paul. AU wzAZ hzAz ion thz ianzAoZ with thz zxczpticn oi Joe. Thz poJvintM 
dizd many yzaJii, ago. 

U U to be hopzd that thli tzMlbtz tAagzdy, which might zaiily havz nz^uUzd 
AM thAzz iataJUttzJ> Imtzml oi onz, waJUL havz a tzndency to chzck thz 6pzzd bugi oi 
thli locatUy. But thz dlUlcuUy in nzanly zvzny dnxvzn. nuAJ>zJ> thz Uza that hz It. 
thz onz motonlit who can dAivz at bnzaknzck ipzzd and nun no nL^k oi accidznt. Why 
not enact a Zaw tijrUting thz gzxu oi plzaiuAz cjoaj, to about thinty mitz2> an houA, on 
even twzrvty-ilvz? ThiAty miZzA an houA li iait znough ion anyonz to dAivz undzA any 

condition. 

HAMHMSON NEW5 ************ VzcmbzA U, mi 



f 



JOHN J. CROOKS VIES OF PWEUMOWTA 
P^oinuZng GKZZndaJit Votuth Poi^ei Away Zn Vliuh o^ Young Manhood, .. , 

Thz ddoXh oi John J. CA.ook&, 18 yzoK old i,on o^ Wi. and Mw. John Cxookt, loit 
F/Lcday aX the. {^airuZy homz -in. GfizzndaZz Touimhip Kzmovu {^/lom ouJi nu.d6t one o^ ouJi moit 
pAom-dlng young mzn. HZ& untunzZy dzath was a g/izat ^hock, not only to thz pzoplz o£ 
G^zzndaZz but to thz many ^^zndi o^ thz dainily Zn thl& cJjty whzAz dzczxuzd attzndzd 
high ichool and bzcxmz wzll known. Hz woi takzn Wi ualth pnzumonAM. and madz a gallant 
i^jght agaln&t thz dAMzaiz, but iuccumbzd a{^tzA tzn dayi 0|J iuf^f^zAlng . 

John J. Cfiook& woi boA.n on thz iofm whzn.z hz dlzd, on MoKch 24, li94, and woi thzfiz- 
ioKZ In hilt 19 yzoA. Amb-itioui, to izauJiz bzttzn. school advantjigzi, than thz country school 
oi£zfizd, hz zntzAzd thz Hanklmon High School and gfux.djuatzd with hononj, ajt a mmbzfi oi thz 
cZa&6 0^ 1921. VuAyLng hli> high ichool cafizzfi hz won thz high z&tzzm o^ thz {^acuity bzcauiz 
0^ hl& itudloui kablti and dzpzndablLity In zvzfiy way, and wo* alio poputan. with hi& cloAi- 
matz& . Hz took a kzzn IntzAZ&t In thz ichool papzK, "Gxzzn and Gold," pfU.ntzd duAlng hi& 
itznion. ifzoA, and wai onz o^ thz zdltofu, 0({ that publication. 

Not contznt wlXh a high ichool zducatlon, hz 6pznt thz {^olZowlng yzoA at luZhzA. 
CoZlzgz, Vzconah, Ik,, diiplaylng thz 6amz znzAgy and ambition that had mankzd hlM high 
iichool coAeeA. 

Rzczntltj hz madz application jJoa. admLbilon to Annapolli Naval Academy and thzAZ wa& 
a 6tA.ong pAJsbablllty oi hll, 4>zcuAlng thz covztzd appolntmznt, having bzzn highly Kzcommznd- 
zd to Congn.z&iman Eu/itnz&i . Vunlng thz poit ^eu! months hz had bzzn tzachlng count/iy school 
wZth zxczllznt iuccz&i. 

Hz l& iufivlvzd by thz paAznt&, Ma., and MfU,. John Oiook6; a hall bfiothzfi, Cllliond 
UaJiiejM ol Callxco, CA., onz 6l&tzA, MaAgoAzt Oiooki, and onz bKothzfi, EAvln E. Cxooki, 
both 0(5 whom afiz at homz. Hz wad a dzvout mzmbzn. o^ thz Mzthodl&t ChuAch and livzd a 
con&litznt ChnZ&tljan li^z, zndzavoAlng In hli qulzt way to makz thz wonZd bzttzn. and thoiz 
with whom hz had adioclatzd happlzfi, 

Thz lunzAal wai held SatuAday a£teAnoon, Jan, 6th, with iztvlczi conducted by Rev. 
Anmi In Gn.zzndaJiz, ThzAZ weAZ many llofial oUzfUngi, Including a wKeath iKom membzu o^ 
kit) high school ghjxduatlng clem. Thz text o^ thz 6eAmon wai "Be Vz Alio Ready" and wai 
a dzieJivlng tnlbutz to thz dzpafitzd. The paJUbzoAZfii weJiz ^onmeA ichool matzi; VeXeA 
Hzntz, Kznnzth OllveA, LoweZl Vznnitzdt, Raymond SchuitzA, Allen Popp, CtiHoKd Hickman. 
Jntznmznt wai madz In Tyion Cemztzny. 

HANKINSON NEWS ************ Jamuviy 11, 1923 

A ion 0^ Ma., and MA£ , John Rzttlg o^ Hanklmon, died at thz home o^ Ma. and Maj, . 

WllJUjom Luzck, poAznti o^ Ma4. ReXtig, on Sunday evening, agzd 1 yzoA. Thz cooie od the 

dzath. wai pneumonlxL. Thz ^unzAaZ wai held on Tueiday at thz Holy CAoii LutheAan ChuAch. 

************ 

M-w. Philip Wolwend AzceZvzd a teZzgAom lait wzzk In^oAmlng hzA oi the iudden death 



0(5 heA. {jCUthzA Zn Wcahington. She. Iz^t on the. ^Xxit tAcuin btut did not Kzach theAe. -in 
tlrnz {^oA the {^aneAoZ. 

HAWKIWSON NEWS ************ JanuaAtj 11, 1923 

We cuiz att deepZy grieved oveJi the. untimeZy dzcuth o{^ John Oiooki,, Jn., He ujca a 
ipZendid young man and woi 6taAZing on a LL^e of, m e{;uZneA^) . A young man of^ ChfuMtMin 
pAA.ncu.pZeJt , we deepZy mowin hU Zo6i . Though eveAythZng uioi done to iave hi& Ziie and 
KeMtofie kli health, the. dUexue uiai, oiJ iuch a i>ejU.oui, nutuAe thaX human old woa o{^ no 
avalZ. We aZZ extend to oufi {,fu.e.nd& and neZghbou, Ma. and Ufu>. John Oiook& and lamiZij 
oun. hejWt^eZX iympatJiy, and mail God com^oKt and bZe^i, them Zn thZlt iad time. The. {^uneAoZ 
woi heZd SatuAday, Jan. 6th, wZth i,eA.\iZce^ Zn Tyion ChuAch, conducjted by ouJi ionmen. Paiton. 
Rev. Gnant UooA.e and oun pxeJiejit ?a&toA Rev. A/imi. TheAe weAZ many beavjUif^uZ {^ZoMeJU, . 
Ma4 . John WZckman and Ha. EdgoA Lee. ^ang. The paZZ beoAZAi we/te ichooZ mate^ o^ thz 
deczoMzd. InteAmznt wai, made Zn Ty^on CemetzAy. 

HAWKIMSOW NEtilS GAezndaZz CoZumn JamioAy 11, 1923 

VEATH RESULT OF HEART FAILURE 
A. L. PJECKARV, SOO RESTAURANT CHEF, SUCCUMBS TO SUWEN HEART ATTACK.. 

A. L. PZzckaAd, chz^ at thz Soo Rz^stauAant ^oA thz pa&t tuio monthi and a haZ^, woi 
{^ound dzad {,Aom hzoAt IoaJLuaz Zn thz ba&emznt o^ thz AZi tanAont at a quoAtzA poit the noon 
hooA on SatuAdojj', Jan. 13th. Hz had gone to thz baizmznt ^oA. aookZng iuppZZzi, and {aZZ- 
Zng to KztuAn pKomptZy an ZnveJ>tZgatZon wad madz vnithin ten mZruxtzi and hz u}a& {^ound Zn a 
knezZZng poituAz uxith IZ^z zxtZnct. Ja&t thz pKzvZous, day hz had expAZi^zd a uiZih {ton. a 
quZck dzath whey. hZj> tZmz came and Zn vZew 0|{ hZA iudden demZjiZ thz uiiih wai, aZmoit a 
pAophzcy. 

Veceaizd woi 6S yeoAi o{^ age and wai a naZivz o^ Germany. Hz had been empZoyzd Zn 
thz LzsZzy chaZn o{^ Soo ReMtaiiAafnti ioA thz pa&t 14 yejxAi and came to HankZn&on aboujt thAzz 
monthi ago. HZi laZ^z dZed about {^Zvz yeoAi, ago but hz Z& luA\jZ\Jzd by two daaghtexi and one 
6on, aZZ 0^ whom Az&Zdz Zn Wz6t SupeAcoA, WI. Thz body wai, ihZpped to that pZaaz Sunday 
a^teA bzZng coAzd {^on. at thz GAZZn undeAtakZng panZoAi . 

Vzcza&ed waj, a man o^ iomz pAopzAty, aZZ Zocatzd Zn ^z&t SupzfiZoA wfieAe hz {^oAmzAZy 
madz hZj> homz. Hz wai o^ a quZzt dZ^po&ZtZon and wai hzZd Zn hZgh Aegofid by hZj> ai^ocUaXei 
06 weZZ a& thz patAom oi thz AZitojuAont. 
HANKWSON hlBJS ************ JaymxxAy U, 1923 

E. H. JoAA, 70, wa& {^ound dead Zn kii homz neoA lWinx)A, dzath havZng AZiuttzd ^Aom 
a&phyxMLtZon by coaZ gai, HZj, wZ^z, lb, wa6 ZZvZng when nzZghboAk Znvz6tZgatzd, but dZed 
wZXhouX AzgaZnZng con&cZou&nz66. Thz aged aouplz had AZiZdzd Zn MZZnoA jJoa. about twenty 
yeoAi . 
HANKJNSOhl NEWS ************ JanaaAy It, 1923 



Wa.. and Ma4. NZck Ktzin KiXiinmd homz toj,t weefe iKom M-Uwcuj.ke.z, WJ . , wkzAt thzy 
we^e catttd by ihz dzcuth o^ Hu. KZzA.n'i {^cuthzA. Thzy 6pznt Ayo weefe^ thzAz vZi^UyLng 

KzlaX^vzi and old ^AA.znd6 . ...HobzAti CoarUy Rzcoxd 

HANKINSON MEWS »»»»»«**«««» JaniuzAi/ IS, 1923 

Ma4 . AJinold P. Layton and tLttlz daughtzn. and hzn. iZitzn. Hc&/> hIzZLiz Joknion, who 
hoi, bzzn vAJiltinQ hzn.z £oK thz pa&t wzzk, Zz^t Wzdnz&day loK fofman, bujig callzd by thz 
d&aXh 0){ thz^A. tUtttz yujicz , IhoKQaKzt Johmon. Thz titttz qaJlL wai, buX ^ollh yzau o{^ agz 
at thz tanz o{^ hzK dzath, uihLcJi Kzi>aZtzd iKom a 6Z\JZfiz coie o£ dlphthzfUa. UK. and Ma4 . 
Johnkon and titttz ion aJiz att>o \jzajj iZX. uiZth dZphthzfUa, but according to KzpoKtii Kzzzi- 
vzd hzKz thtii moKnlng thz tidz has tuAnzd ^OK thz bzttzn. and It Zi> thought thzy wttt all 
Kzcovzn.. Thii Zi thz tkOid dzath that hai, oczwizd Jin thz pait iouA wzzki, two oi whom 
oAz cJLoiz fizlativzi o^ Mw. Layton. 

HANKIt^ON NEWS ************ JanuMJuj U, 1923 

AHOTHER VTONEER CALLEV 

Ma4 . Tfizd ItzgzJbnan, a fiz&^dznt ojj Gfizat Bend nzlghboKhood loK 40 yzoM, dizd at hzn. 
homz -in Gxzat Bend vWbxgz Wzdnziday A^tz/inoon a{,tzn an iZJinUi oi about a coupZz of, dayi. 
Shz had bzzn J,n Raiting hzatth ^oh. iomztimz but wa6 not comZdz/izd cfiiticaZZy UJ. untit 
a |$ew houu 6ei$oA.e thz end. 

Pececued uiai, a nativz o^ Gzfmany, 6S yzau old and gKew to voomanhood i.n thz iatkeA- 
tand. ShoAtly a£tz>i hzn. maJinAMgz to Fn.zd ZZzgeZman thzy iimignjxtzd to AmzAlca, izttting 
ilnMt at ln.on Zidgz, WT., and a ^ew yzoAi, latzn. locating nzaJi Gn.zat Bend uUth thz Tnjyn 
Hidgz Colony that camz to ZichZand County ^Kom that locaZtty. Thz iamiLy xzitdzd on a 
^anm In Bnjandznbung until a (Jew yzanj, ago whzn thuj moved to Gn.zat Bend to ipznd thzVi 
dzcLbiLYvg yzoMM. 

Vzczoizd iM iWivZvzd by thz hxi&band and a langz ^amtly Oi$ gnown ckil.dn.zn, moit of^ 
thzm KZd-idz Zn thZi nzZghbonhood. 

AAAangejnznti ^ox thz ^unznjxl havz not bzzn madz at thz timz Thz MEWS gozi to pKZii . 
HANKJMSOM MEWS ************ JanuaAy 25, I9Z3 

Ma6 . Auguit Langz, uii{^z o^ Hznfiy Langz, tivZng a ijew mZlzi iouth oi$ thZi city, dizd 
on Uondojj a{^tzn.YWon a^tzA an -ilZnz&6 that loitzd £ox moKz than a yzaJi, aged 57 yzoJiM . Thz 
dzczaizd had nz&Zdzd tn thJj, vtcinity ^on. many yzaxi, and Xm 6un.vtvzd by hzn. husband and 
onz 6on. Thz {^unznjxL ieAu-ccei weAe fie^d on Wzdnz&day a{itzKnoon at thz Holy Oioi-i, LathzAan 
ChuAch -in thi& city. 
HAMKJMSOM MEWS Lidgznwood UonZton. Column JanuaAy Z5, 1923 

VIES STAMVJMG UP 
ObizAvZng hzn. huiband Izanlng again&t a dzncz and appoAzntly playing uxith hi& boALing 
dog jumping about nzoA hJjn^ Uju, M. B. S-Cone tlroughJ: nothing o{, it untit a hal(^ houn. lattn 
ihz {jOund kirn Zn thz iamz poi-itZon, dzad, Vzath uku, duz to hzoAt dZiza&z. EziZdzs thz 
wZdovj, tiZvznjol small chZldAzn i>uAvZ\}Z. Stonz wai, a pnomZnznt {^oAmzA AZiZdZng nzoA Shzldon. 

********** TzbnnoAy 1, 1923 



CARP OF THAMKS 

We uil&h to zxtznd oan. hejaAt{^Qjit ihanki to zveAyone. c.fio io gzneAxniily heZpzd ai> 
ckifUng tkz WbizMi and dzath oi ovJi mothaA and wc^e. 

Wi. and Mnj>, Thank "Litgdbnajn 
Hudotph KJWLtQtfi 
Otto Lizgzlsnan 
Adotph lizgeZman 
AaguLit LtegeZnvm 
Hfman ZZtgelman 
ffitd lA.tgdbnan, JR. 
F. W. HoAks, 
fKzd Va&ienhzin 
ffitd Hingzt 
Wm. mUeA Ttbfuwjuj 1, 7923 



ti'm. Schuttt wznt to dJahpzton lent we.e.k {^on. a. cowptz o^ daiji itny. Txom theAz hz 
Mzrvt to ToAgo to attznd thz {^uneAaZ o^ F/ianfe L. Tatcott, wktch wcu, hzZd tkzAZ Wzdnz6day 
a^tzAnoon. Ma. Sdiattt aL&o ipznt a couple. o£ dcLy6 attzndyLng thz (UA.cuJX couAt dotngi 
idhLch AJ> <.n iZi^Zon cut Voaqo, 



»«»««»«»»»««* 



A KejpoKt KzoLchzd hexz Monday oi thz dzcuth 0(J Vk, V, C. StzeZz, pAomLnznt FcuAmount 
phfiZcMin and bankzA, cut ka> homz Zn that cCty a^tzA an Wbiz&i o{^ tMo wzzki,. Vzczoizd 
iMU, uU-dzZy known and onz o^ FaUAmount'i, mo&t pKomlnznt caJxzzm . Thz {^anznnJi wait kzld TulZI) . 

Wu: Canjuiz Smofit, an zoAJbj Kz&A-dznt o^ thz UantadoK nzlghboAhood, dLizd at la/uimoKz, 
WP., iojit wzek and thz body uuu ihippzd to WyndmzAZ io>i bujUaZ. Vzcza&zd woi at onz timz 
poitmiktAZiiii at MantadoK and waa wzZZ known th/ioughout thli izctcon. Shz ti> iuJiM-ivzd by 
tuio ioni .E. J. Smafut oi UantadoK and EanZ Smajut o^ lanAjnoKz. 

Haniu.ni>on hiem FzbAuoAy 1, 1925 

Uu . Txzd T^bttti, a iofimzn fiz&Zdznt o^ Mankinion, dLizd at thz ZikmoAck HoipltaZ. 
tojit wzzk. Thz iamUbj fiziidzd hejiz ioK a ihofut timz 6ZvzAat yzaja ago. Un., Ttbb-it6 woi 
zjmployzd by thz Uofuthoz&tzAn Tztzphonz Co. Vzcza&zd uxi& a i>i^tzA oi IfJU,. F. B. SchnzttdA 
oi Wahpzton and thz mmairn, wzfiz &iu.ppzd ixom thz homz at WiZton, MP., to that city ioK 
bu/uaZ. »*»««*»*»»«* 

HANKINSON NEWS TzbmoKy S, 7923 

WORST BLIZZARP IW TOEWTy VEARS 
UoKth Dakota. Swzpt by Old TZmz Stofm Taziday and blzdnz&day. . . .ALt TfiaH-ic Vanalijzzd 

TERRIBLE EXPERIEWCE OF WOLF FAMILi' 

Eyvtixz FamiZy HanJiovily E&capzi Death by TfizzzZng Ten lWieJ> South oi HanLin&on. , .FoAjrtzn. 

PeAZihzi MeoA. WhzaXan; Eoy Hiiitng at VzbZzn; Uany UaMJiow Eicapzi 

Tnaii^c and bu&tneM oi alt kind6 woi pAactiaxlly 6u&pzndzd thnxiughout Hofith Dakota 

on Tuz&day and {JJzdnziday ai a fiziult oi thz woA&t bZtzzafid that hai bzzn zxpeAZznczd in 

twznty yzoAi, . 

THE KUOWhl CASUAL in ES.... 

Known cai,uaZtiz6 oi thz 6tofim IncJbxdz thz &zvzn.z ifizzzZng oi John P. Woli, Ua^ . Woli 
and thzAJi 7 yeofi old ion iouth oi Hankiniion, nzaJi thz itautz tinz. Ma. Woti'-i condiXion 
beZng 6uch that Zt -a izafizd hz wilZ not iuAvZvz, whiZz Uu. Woli'6 anm wa6 iA.ozzn ioZld 
and thz izzt oi thz tittZz boy wzfiz badZy inozzn, thz 3 yzafi old LitXZz glnZ in thz paruty 
Zicapzd Znj'wiy ixom thz itoAm. Thz ifizzzZng to death oi a iafuneA, HznAy Honnzn, nzaJi 
Whzaton; an OxneM boy nzan. \Jzblzn, lo6t on hli way to ichool, hai not yzt bzzn iound. 
OthzfLi had nafiow zicapzi but thz abovz covzti thz onZij iznZoui fiziutti KzponXzd and 
vznZiizd. 

STOm CAME SUUVEhlLV 

Thz itofun bAvkz wtth tenZHZc iuddznnz&i . At 7:30 Tuziday moKning iX. wai minting, 
but. miZd; inow bzgan iaZZZng heavZZy a iziX miniLtzi Zatzn.; about S AM, a 60 nUZz gaZz Koa/izd 



down j$A.om thz noAXhweJit, (^JJLinQ thz cuA mMi ilnt pcuuticlu o^ 6nou: and making AJt 
ijnpo6&i.bZ(i to -izz moA.z than a ^ojc ie.eX; thz mzAcoKi] {^eXZ AapZdiy and icon toachzd ZO 
bztow. Tht ijac-t that thz btlzzafid bfiokz ojiKtij woa moit ^o^itanatt, 06 {,ew pzoplz had 
tz^t thzAJi homu at that houJi. Had iX i>taAtzd tu^o hoivii ZatzA thz dzath tLkt uioaZd 
andoubtzdZy havz Kzachzd Zafigz pA.opofction6 . 

ALL TRAFFIC SUSPEMVEV 

AlZ t/ux^(iA.c ha6 bzzn imipzndzd 6A.ncz za^iZy Taz&daii moaning. Thz la/it tAnJ.n to 
fizacii HanivLn&on uiai Soo pa6izngzn. 105, and othzfi tAOAJK, uifiz ioon tZzd up at HoAvzy, 
EndznJiln, Hantujiion, Talnmount, BJiootzn and GZznwood, Thz Gxzat HoKthzAn podizngzn. wot, 
inow-boand at. KZddzfi, SV,, zofiiif Zn thz ^oAZnoon. Thz Hanklyi&on-Eli,maAck tfialn and thz 
Hanking on-GZzmcood ZozaZ dJid not Zzavz tkz HankLnion yoAjdit . Not a whzzJi tafinzd on zithzn. 
ZU.nz duAtng TazidoLf and i}!zdnz6day, Thz itofm zxtzndzd wzit cZzaji to thz ?acA.i-ic Coa&t. 

SCHOOLS CLOSEV 

Thz HanfUnion ichooZs and aZZ country izhooZi Kzmatnzd cZoizd divilng both dayi. 
ThzAZ wzfiz izvzAoZ cZoiz caZZi ^oK tzachzfu, and cKUidfizn who attzmptzd to ^aaz thz itoAjn. 
Thz Mc Gnjxy chZZdAzn Zzit thz ioAm a mlZz and a haZi zait o^ town with a hotiMZ and iZzlgh 
ja&t bz^oAZ thz iitonm bKokz. Ufi. Mc Gfuuy nzatizzd thz dangzt ioon a(^tzn thzlt dzpantuJiz 
and ha^tznzd a{^tzK them. Hz ^oand thz houz standing qutztZy In thz load and thz chtZd- 
Kzn wzzplng hzZpZzsiZy Zn thz nZg. Hz succeeded Zn gztting thz ZZttZz onzi back to thz 
{^oAjm wZth con&ZdzAobZz dZ^f^ZcuZty . 

WOLFE FAUILV'S TERmELE EXPERIENCE 

John P. l}JoZ{, and iamZlii, KZ&ZdZng Zn EZma Town&hZp, Zzit Ja&t bz{,0KZ thz itoAm 
b/Lokz iofi thz homz o£ Atw . (flo£z'.S poAznti , Un.. and Mm, Wm. KZan., who KuZdz jLU,t acioii 
thz South Vakota ZZnz. Thzy become Zo6t and naM.owZy zlcapzd pzAtihtng. Ma. WoZ^ an- 
hZtchzd thz tzam iKom thz fiZg and did hZe> bzit to pAotzct hZ6 wZ^z and two imaZZ chZtdAzn 
iAom thz itonm. Thzy wzAZ dZicovzAzd by thz KZoA men ioZkj, at noon, havZng bzzn out Zn 
thz i)tonm iZncz bz^oxz S AM. M/t. WoZ^z wa6 uncomtcZoui and 6o badZy ^fiozzn that hZi 
KzzovzAy Z& haAdZy zxpzctzd. Hz Zl> bzZng bKoaght to HankZnion thZ6 a^tzAnoon and wZZZ be 
Auihzd to a hoipZtaZ on thz ^Zut tfuUn. Ma& . WoZ{,'6 afm woi ^Aozzn loZJd thz zntZAZ 
Zzngtli, and ihz may Zo4,z thz tunb, ThzJji ZtXtZz 7 yeflA oZd 6on i,uiizAzd tuo badZy ^Aozzn 
izzt. Thz 3 yzoA oZd daughtzA wot, unhanrnzd. . 

FARMER PERISHEP WEAR WMEATOW 

HznAy Hznnzn, lafmzA nzoA Whzaton, wa& {,ound {^Aozzn to dzath Zn hZ6 zoAn^ZzZd. Thz 
ho Adz hz wad dfilvZng wa& at&o dead. 

BOY MISSING AT l/EBLEN. . . 

A boy najnzd Oxnz&i Zi mZiiZng at VzbZzn. Hz itoAtzd ioA ihcooZ Tuziday moAnZng 
on ioot and had not bzzn izzn dZncz. That hz ha6 pzAidhzd Zn thz itofun Zd aZmoit a 
azAtaZnty. 



SCHOOL BUS LOST ALL VAV 

A idiooZ bvu> {^Ztizd uxlili chUZdAejn uoandzAzd about tkz pfijauifu.u mjoji LA.dgzAwood 
thtoughout Tauday, btit {^ZncUZy fitache.d ^a^ziy towajidi, zvznlng mXh nom oi tho. yoang- 
itzAj, 4tu.(i{,tfUng zxazpt {,an. a. &zvtn.z ckitLing. 

LITTLE SUFFERING HERE. . 
AsZdz ^fiom tht tzMlblz zxpeAlzncz o^ thz Wol^ {^amlLij, tkzAz fuu bz^yi no 6u^£zA- 
Xng ^ thAJ> ZocatUy. VzopZz gznz>uitty had ampZz j{ae^ and pfiovZiZoni, and fieinalnzd Zni-idz, 
kzzp-ing thz homz ^ZfiZ£ buArujng. ?a&4>zngz/U who camz -in Tuz&day moKnlng on Soo tAoZn 105, 
znAoatz {jOK po-inti, on thz HankZn&on and EZi,man.ck Zlnz, havz bzzn manoonzd hzAZ 6^ncz 
that tJjnz and havz bzzn gi\jzn accormoda;tLom> Zn thz iZzzpZng can.. A&Zdz ifvom thz dzZay 
tJizy havz ia{i{tzn.zd tUtZz Znconvzyiizncz. 

CHILDREN NEAR WHEATON EAVLV FROZEN 

ChJJLdKzn namzd Guitalion, nzoA. Whzaton, uizAZ badZy ^fwzzn wkiZz on thz way to 
6chooZ, but wzKz ioand bz^oKz It wa6 too tatz. 

STORM IS NODI Ol/ER 

Thz itofim blew itizZ-i out Zxi&t night and thz fuulAX3ad6 oAz ba&y today ctzaAA.ng 
thz tfiacki {lOK a fLZiumption of^ tnaln &ZAvZcz. Rotany pZowi, anz at wonk on att dlv-u- 
Zoni, 0^ thz Soo and thz GA.zat NoKthznn aZ&o has pZow6 going. Vzi-Lnatz inionmation ai> 
to tAainS -ii) iitUiZ unobtairtabZz, but it Lk pKobabZz no tnaink muX£ fiexich Hankimon untiZ 
60mz -tone FAA,day, . 
HANKJNSON NEi>JS ************ FdbfiaaAjf 15, 1923 

^^A., and (.Ou. CZliiond DlzathzKbzz havz thz dzzpzit sympathy o^ aZZ zxtzndzd to thzm. 
Thzifi happinzii, which wa& at its zznith ovzA thz new aJOiivaJL in thzin. homz was tuAnzd to 
QKA.zi, ioK thz Zlttlz onz dizd at its binth. It woi bafUzd Monday, and Mks. Ix'zathzAbzz 
has bzzn vzajj sick. Hzn many iftiznds hopz (^on hzfi spzzdy kzcovzhjj. 
HANKJNSON NEWS FAJRMOUNT COLUMN FzbmaAy 15, 7 923 

(UELL KNOWN FARMER CALLEV 

Thz dzath oi Louaj, H. Bohn, onz oi thz most pKominznt ^atrnzti o^ thz GKzat Bend 
nzighbonhood, was a gfizat shock to hZs many (^Kiznds in this pant o{, thz county, Hz had 
bzzn iZZ {^on. somz tunz with asthma and pnzumonia. znsuzd, thz compZications n.zsaZting 
in dzjoth. 

Vzczaszd was boAn nzaJi Gfizat Bend and was 3S yzoAS o^ agz. Hij, {^anm, onz-haZ{, 
miZz wzst and onz-haZ(^ milz sooth 0({ GKzat Bend vlZZn.gz, wa^ onz oi thz {^inzst in that 
szctZon, and hz had aZways takzn a ZJjvz intznjit in community a(^laJjis and township and 
county poZitics. Hz was hzZd in high zstzzm by his nzighbonj, and his taking o{,{,, just 
in thz pnAjnz o^ manhood, was indzzd a sad a^^OAA. 

Vzczaszd iA suAvivzd by his ui^z, who is just JiZCOvzAZng ixom an opzAotion {^oK 
appzndicitis at thz Wahpzton Hospital, and iouJi chlZdAzn Znvin, UabzZ, Iva and WlZbeAt. 



Thz ^ULneAaZ ujcu> hzZd Monday and uwa attzndtd by a Zcuigz numbzA o{^ 60fiAow- 
Ing A.zZcutLveJ> and ^/iczndi . 

HANKlNSOtJ hlEWS ************ TzhnuoAy 15, /923 

JOHW P, WOLF PIES FROM STORM TWJORIES.... 
Etizzaxd VX-Ctun LoiU TZght {^oK Liiz; Maa . ^oti itUUi in CaaM-CoZ Condition 

John P. UoZi, i&vzAzZy ^Kozzn -en an z^^oAt to pKotzcX kii uii^z and {^amlZy duAing a 
36 houA v-igiZ on tkz pfiaAJu.z dafUng la&t u)zdz'6 bLizza/id, dizd ^fiom kii Znju/u.z6 at thz 
EKZck.znnJ.dgz Ho-ipitaZ at 8 O'clock Taz&day moAnlng. 

MA4. WoZ^ ti itiZL in a cxiticaZ condction at thz iomz hoipttcUL, and a tzZzphonz 
mz&iagz ihtl, manning 6tatz& that amputation o^ both hand& mXH be nzczLhoKij Ji^ htn ti^z 
-C4 to fee 4>avzd. Hzx n.zcovznjj, in any zvznt, ti a mattzn. 0)5 gnavz doubt. 

Thz 7 yzoK old ion, EZdn.zd, ti 6a{,izAA.ng ^Kom {^nxiit bitz& on tkz i>otz^> oi hli, £zzt 
but mJiZ. 6ui,taijri no pznmanznt injLUiy. He t& pnacticalZy wzZt now a&idz ^nom thz tzndzn.- 
ne-S4 Kzi,uZting ^njim tkz in.06t bttd. 

Thz 2 yzoA oZd bahy ginZ, Ha/itzjy, pa&4tzd thioagh thz oKdzaZ ahiolutzZy uninjuAzd 
and t6 nonz thz wonj,z ion. tkz tznjuhtz zxpzAizncz. 

THE TRAGIC STORY 

So many wiZd nsmoKl^ fiave bzzn a^toat that Thz Nzjm hoi takzn paini, to gzt thz "i>tnju.- 
ght" 0(5 it, and thz ^acti givzn bzZow OAZ oi nzZatzd by VztzA Kuttzn., a bnjotkzn.-in-t.aw 
oi tkz Woli6, uAo woi Mith thzm day and night in.om thz timz thzy wzn.z iound hzZptz^t on thz 
pnaJjiiz tkz izcond day oi tkz itonm untit Mn.. Woti poMizd away. 

Thz Woli iamiiy had i,pznt Monday night at tkz homz oi Mw . liloli'.& poJiznti, Un.. and 

Mw. Wm. KloA, 12 miXzii loutk oi Hankinion and 4li miJizi, in.om thzin. homz. Thz tittlz Woti 

boy wa6 anxious to gzt homz to attznd ichooZ Taz&day [Monday having bzzn a Zzgal holiday] 

a& hz uiantzd to ivin a pKizz oUzAzd by thz tzachzn. ion. thz bz&t n.zcon.d oi attzndancz. 

Tuesday monning f/Ji. Woti hitchzd up hJj, tzam to thz bob4,lZA.gh, which wa& paAtiaLty iiZlzd 

with coal, and tkz iamiiy itantzd ion. tSriZAJi homz, Izaving thz KloA placz ju6t a izw minatzi, 

bzion.z thz itonm bn.okz. It wa knowing thzn bat thzAz wa6 no wind. Thzn camz tkz tznjUblz 

bla^t oi wind iKom tkz nonthwzit, and Ma. iUoli ^°^ ^^ attzntion in.om thz linzi ion. a 

momznt to wna.p hJj, iamiiy up in thz nobzi. VuAing tkii bnizi timz tkz tzam Izit thz n.oad 

and in a izw momznti Woli knzw tkat tkzy had lo4,t tkzin bzaxingi . Thzy dAovz oAound ion 

a ihonX timz', but hz izlt tkat it wai, bzttzA to ^top a& hz knew thzy wzAz but a vzjvy ihont 

dUtancz iKom thz KlaA placz. He thzn unkitchzd tkz honj,z&, planning to kzzp thz iamiiy 

in thz nig antiZ latzK in tkz day ai hz wai coniidznt thz ionm would bnzak up towandi, 

zvzntng and hz would bz ablz to £ZZ thz Klan. buildings and could tkzn walk to thz houJ>z 

ion. hzlp. Thz wiiz and tkz childAzn nzmainzd in tkz hlzigh tkAamghout tkz day, M/l. \s!oli 

walfUng about in thz inow nzan. by to kzzp wanm. Onz oi thz honj>e^ had Kzioizd to Izavz 

thz nJ.g and nzmainzd clo6Z at hand all day. Thz othzA would go ion a ihont dtitancz and 

thzn n.ztan.n, 

A TERRIBLE WIGHT 



Bat an aX qx&m dank and the. itohm covvtiyuxad In ivJUL iuMj, Ux. Uol^ dzcldzd that 
6omztkinQ mujit be dom. He. had p/izvZoaiZy attempte.d to remove, the. iZetgh. box ^nom the 
niLnrUng geoA uiiXh the. Idea o{ getting thz family andeJineath and thai, pKotzct them £Kom 
the itonm. He had 6ucczedzd in getting thz ^AMnt end to thz gJwund, but thz wzlght o^ 
thz coaZ wa6 too gxeat to pzfunlt hl& ^Inlihing thz job. In thz zvznlng he zndza\JOH.zd to 
QZt thz iKont end o^ thz box back on thz nxmneAi, but In thz attempt hl& mlttzm, and hat 
camz oiJ){ and ku hands u)zn.z too badZy {^fiozzn to get them back In place. He wai, loKczd to 
abandon thz Idea o^ hitching up thz team again and thz family iztttzd doion ion. a night In 
thz Atelgh. t^nj,. Wo£($'4 hands aJUo bzcamz 6o badZy inozzn that hzn. rnUtzns ^ell o^i and 
ihz uoi unabZz to get them back In place. Thz tittZz oneJt wznz wnappzd up at, weZZ a& 
possible In thz bottom o£ thz sleigh. Uks . Wol^ Kemalnzd with them whllz f-ln.. Wol^fbanz- 
handzd and banz-headzd kzpt moving anound thz nig an long an posslblz. Vanlng thz night 
thz paxznts conchidzd that thz bablzs had succumbzd to thz cold an nothing was hean.d o^ 
them. As a mattzn. o^ iact IX Is pAobablz that: both thz boy and glAl slzpt thnough moit 
OjJ thz night. Daylight ccune but with It no censatlon o^ thz stonm. Mo longzn ablz to 
movz about, f^. Wol^ took a position with his back to thz slzigh and facing thz stonm, 
kin Idea appanzntly being that his body wovJid In a mzasunz pKotzct his lovzd onzs ^nom 
tliz cold wind. Thz ^oKznoon woKz aiMoy and about 2:30 PM iflzdnenday t!iz stonm abatzd slightly, 
Thz KJLann meantlmz wznz unzasy as to thz sa{,ety o^ thz Wol^ family. Thz Wolffs had no phonz 
at thzln. homz but thz Klans thought thzy had nzachzd thz A. M. Lanson ^afm, a mllz up thz 
Koad, and had taken nz^ugz thznz. At 3 o'clock Wzdnzsday Rudolph KZoA, a bncthex oi Wis. 
bloli, stantzd out on honnz back to look ^oK them and had handZy Izit thz house when hz 
i>lghted them. Vunlng thz zntlnz 36 hounn thz Wol^s had bzzn within a stonz's thAow 0(J thz 
Klan. homz. Onz 0(J thz hon.szs had ^nozzn and was dead bzsldz thz slzlgh. 

FAMILY RESCUED 

Rudolph KloA neaZlzzd thz szAJioun condition o^ things and nushzd homz ^on help. On 
n.etannlng to thz nJjg thzy ^ound h\n.. Wol^ standing upnlghX, his hands extended abovz his 
head and thz otheM In thz slzlgh. Thz body was compleXzly banlzd undzn thz snow. All 
wzn.z taken to thz Klan. homz and mzdlcal old summonzd. l^Oi. Woli was still conscious as was 
also Wis. Wol^. Local Physicians advlszd noshing them to thz hospital at oncz but owing 
to thz blockjadz thin wan Impossible and It was not untlZ Fnlday that thz Wol^^s wzxe bought 
to Hanklnson. Thzy wzn.z takzn to thz Adam Roth homz and thz following day {Satanday] con- 
veyed to thz En.zckznnA.dgz Hospital on thz ilnnt Cneat Monthznn tnaln that neachzd hznz. 

hln.. Wol{,'s condition was pitiable. Both izzt wznz ^nozzn hal{ way to thz knzzs; 
both hands ^nozen solid to thz wnl3t, his £acz was szvznely ^nozzn and It was nzallzzd 
that hln condition was vzny gnavz. Petzn Kuttzn nemalnzd with him. night and day {,nom the 
tlmz thzy wznz ^ound until Mn.. Wol^ panszd away Tuzsday monnlng, exactly a week af^tzn hz 
had Izit thz Klan homz on thz iatal dnlvz. Hz nemalnzd conscious to thz end and at onz 
tlmz It wan thought thznz wan a possibility oi his nzcoveAy. But i/ie inzezlng and shock 
to his system had bzzn too gneat. Hz nealizzd that, death wan appnoachlng 16 hcunn bzionz 



the. znd and (L&ke.d to itz fvi& uic^e, Bz^ofiz IzjivIyiq thz KZaX homz hz had ie.e.n both tkz 
chCZdAzn and i,cutci£Ze.d h-unizZ^ that tJizy weAe oLt titght, 

IA/L&. WoZ{t'6 condition wai not 60 ifLcoLU, and tt uxii hopzd to ia\JZ hzn. timbi, . Bo/t 
aj) itatzd A.n thz i-Oiit panjiQAaph oi thii itoKy, adv-iczi thU {Thaudaif] moKninq anz to thz 
zi£zct that both hands uUZi havz to bz ampatatzd t{, hzn. ti^z -u to bz i>pajizd. 

FUNERAL FHIVAV, 10 A. M. 

Thz body o^ Hfi. WoZ^ wai bfioaght to Hankin&on Wzdnz&day moKntng and takzn to thz 
WtppzAman Undz/italUng VanJiofU,. Thz ^iinzfuit uiiZt bz hzZd T)U.daij mofuu.ng at 10 o'cZock 
with itZfiMZczk at St. ?hXLLp'4> ChuJich. 

Vzcejuzd Mii a natUvz oi GzAmany, 37 uzani, oi agz, and camz to thZi countxy whzn 
a 6malZ boy uicth kU poKznti,, Wi. and Mw . Tfuinz J. WoZ^. Hztz hz gA.ew to manhood and 
about ZA.ght yzau ago wai, maMJ.zd to Ro6Z KZoJi. 0^ thili unZon tMo chiZdAzn ujZKZ bofm, 
and both OAZ Zz{,t to mouAn thz Zoii o{, a loJihzn. who gavz up hl6 tiiz In a hzAoZa z£iont 
to pfiotzzt hli Zovzd onzi ^Kom thz ztzmznti,. Thz iathzJi, Fnanz J. WoZ^, Zi, aZio ZZvZng, 
and hoi, madz hZi homz uxUh thz WoZ^ ^amZZy ^OK izveJiaZ yzoA^. M^. F^anz WoZ{, dlzd about 
tMO yzaJa> ago. 

TWO VEAV w SARGEMT couhrry 

Two lataZZtZzi KZiuZtzd {/lom thz itofun Zn SaAgznt County. GjaZmZA AndzMon, a bach- 
zZofi KziiZdZng 1\ mZZzi, nofithwz&t o^ Fonman, wa& ^ound {^Jiozzn to dzath on thz pnxLZnZz by a 
iZjOfichZng pafity tuo dayi a^tzA. thz 6tonm. Hz had appoAzntZy bzzn out oi coaZ and pKovZj>- 
Zon^ . LzjavZng homz a^oot, hz Koamzd abound thz pfuuAZz ioK a -tone £ZnaZZy ^ZndZng hZi, way 
back to hZi gfiRYUWy. Hz wznt Zn&Zdz and ZaZd down Zn a bZn o^ oati. EvZdzntZy hz nzmainzd 
thzAZ antZZ a^tzn. thz itonm wa6 ovzA ai, thz ZmpKZJi&Zon oi hZi, body wai> Zzit Zn thz oati 
and Zt wai itZZZ bafiz oi inow. Zut hz was, too badZy iKozzn to makz hZi> way to thz nzoAZit 
nzZghboK and coZZapizd on thz pfiaZjiZz whzAZ thz body wai iound. 

Wm. KZckhoieZ, a pZonzzK oi thz Havana n&Zghbonhood, wai, iound iAozzn to dzath Zn a 
gofiagz nzafi that town whzAZ hz had takzn AeiJuge ixom thz />toAm. 
HANKINSON NEWS ««»*««»«»««« FebmoAy 11, 1923 

J. ?. EhA xzczZvzd a mzMagz tout Thu/uday announcZng thz dzath oi hZi gnxindmothzn. 
at hzfi homz at WatznJioo, lA. Vzczai,zd czZzbfi£tXzd hzA nZnzty-iZxth bZnthday Zoit month 
and wai appanzntZy Zn good hzaZth untZZ AzczntZy. Ma., and Wu,. Ehn. wzAz um.bZz to attznd 
thz ianzAoZ bzcaaiz gi unczttaZn dzZay oi thz tnaZni daz to thz itofun. 

MARTHA M. AU( 
AgaZn thz Angzt oi Vzath haj, itKztchzd iofuth Zti hand and takzn i^om oux mZdit 
anothzA ZovZng wZiz, mothzfi and iZitzfi. Hni. John Mziion, iZitzA oi H. A. AZm, oi thZi 
cJJjy, dZzd at hzn homz at AmbfioiZ. On Sunday Feb. nth, thz ZimzdZatz camz oi hzn. dzath 
wa4 daz to compZZcatZoni ioZZowZng a iaZZ whZch KZiuZXzd Zn iZvzAZ ZnjuAZu to hzn ipZnz. 
. MA4 . UzZion wai appafizntZy Zn good hzaZth up to Zait ipfUng whzn thJj, paZniaZ 



iteM.d{,cU)t and tuaz to hii> ij^endi. He wcls a memfceA o£ thz Ctnman LuMieAan Cha/ich o^ 
ZzZ{^oKd ilncz -cti o/iQcufiizaZion and -en alZ A.tipzcti> woi a typZcaZ fizpAZientativz od ihz 
ituJidy iztttzAJ) who came hzAz and gavz the. coantAy Zti growth and choAactzA. 

Hz Izavzi to moafM iuj> dzjoth onz bfiothzK, CoaZ W^Xt o^ thl& dXy, and a loAgz 
numbzA 0(J chiidKzn: Wu,. L. C. Jz/vtz, Wm. H. WZtt, C. H. W.Ut, EAnz&t (flitt, Ffiank WUt, 
Mw. Emma LoA.znz, Mw. BzAtha Ko6/>ou} and Ufiz. Lata. ScluoanhZ oi Bn.zckznnA.dgz. He -65 aZ&o 
iuAv-cued by 25 gKandckiZdA.zn and 11 gn.zat-gARncklZdA.zn. 

Mou/Lrt not thz dzad who caJbnty .Liz 
Zy God'i own hand compos zd to Az&t; 
Fan, hank', a vo-icz £nom yondzA iky 
PnocZaim6 them bZz&t. . . .iapnzmzZy btzst. 
OIaMi them thz iJiJUi and itAZiz anz o'za; 
Thzln tabom znd, thzlA &onAow6 cza^z; 
ToA thzy havz gainzd thz btiii^uZ ihonz 
WhzAz dwzZti, izAznz ztznnaZ pza.cz, 

FuneJiaZ iznvX.czs wznz hzZd at thz Gznman LathzAan ChuAch Zn tkii city, on Wzdnz&day 
a{,tzAnoon, Rev. J. P. KZaaiZzA conducting thz iZAvZczi hzAZ and Reu. R. HZ^zndoA^ concactzd 
iZAvZczi at St. John'i CzmzZzAy Zn Bzl^ond whzA thz AzmaZm wznz zntzAAzd. Thz paZZbzoAzu 
wzAz: Augu&t Hoz^i, ChaAZz6 Ja&mzA, Choi. Liznman, F. fizdznwaZdt, E, StzZmizhA and Wm. 
Ilzgzjbnan. 

Out 0^ town Azlatlvzi and ^Alznd& who wzAZ pAZiznt at: th.z {lUnzAal wznz: Choi. Stlzn. 
Enn.z&t StizA and Fnzd StZzA o^ BzZJiz VlaZnz, MW., Ua. and M/la. VAzd KnlckzlbzAg o{; CZjxaz- 
mont, MW., Mw . B. Bafeen O)} GuilnnzA and Ma. and MA-a. L. Jzntz o{, MantadoA. 
HANKlNSOhl MEWS ************ fJ^^^^ J5^ jg^S 

BOY VROFS VEkV lU SCHOOL VARI? 

EdwanxL Bowman, 7 yzjxA otd oAphan boy, gAandion o^ Mt. and hOu>. VztzA Bojiiuh, zait 
oi HLZnoA, dAoppzd dzad whZZz pZayZng Zn thz ickoot yand Uonday a^tznnoon. Thz tzachzn 
waj, ahoat to caZZ thz chZtdAzn Zn ^Aom play a^tZA thz noon houA whzn young Edwand toppZzd 
ovzA unconi>cZou£, Zn whZch condZtZon hz AzmaZnzd untZZ dzath whZch occuAAzd ihonZZy 
afitzAwoAdi . 

CoAonzA SteZmkz wa& caZZzd ^Aom FoAman and hz pAonounczd dznth duz to apopZzxy. 
Thz ZZttZz (^zZZow izzmzd to bz Zn thz bz^t o^ hzaJith and atz hZc dZnnZA thz iasnz ai u&uaZ 
and had at no tZmz compZaZnzd o^ bzing ZZt. Hz wai, an oAphan boy, both panznti having 

dZzd piom thz ^Zu ^ouA yzoAi ago. UZZnoA TeZZzA 

HAMKINSON NEWS ************ ^^^^ J5^ ,,23 



MOTHER OF 15 PIES 

Maa. Anton GcuickZeA. o{, VazAA Towmlvip, 55 yzoAj, o^ age and thz motkex o^ J5 dvild- 
A.zn, oJUL o{ uihom JiuZdz at homz, dltd loit TfU.da.ij, The. GauckZeA {^aiiuJUj wtte. among the. 
fxiontsA^ oi VuzAA ToMnihLp and dzcexued wa6 weZt and lavofuablij knoujn thioaghout that 
^zctlon. 

The imneJuaZ wai> hzid {^fiom St. 'Boniiac.t Chafich Zn LLdgznwood, Tauday moKnZng, cond- 
ucte.d by Rev. TatheAi Viiz/ifi, Twiefe and Stadnlcka. The. latteA deJUvextd the luneAjoZ 
addAZM). 

The itfU-cken huiband and ZoAge. ianiZy oi dUZdAzn have the iZnczfiz sympathy 0(J aJU. 
Zn theUJi QKejit ton , 

HANKJ^JSON NEWS ************ f^^^ 22, 1923 

WAHPETON MAW KILLEV 

The body o^ a man beZieved to be T, J. Touin&znd, a tnjaveJUjng KzpKeJtentatLve £oA. 
thz NofLthuiz&t Sheet: and iKon WoKk& at Wahpeton, was ^ound dea.d Tae&dajj besZdz thz GKeat 
HoKtheJvn. hjiWrnd tnack a miZz east oi Hinot, by a. swZtcfUng cJieu). 

SzxjefwJL bfuUsts about thz head, neck and feneei Zndicatzd that he may have ^aZZen 
o^i a speeding tAoZn and KolZzd down the embankmznt, 

LettzfLS ioand on his pzfuon indicate that hz i£ a membzn. o^ thz Vzvils Lakz EZks 

Lodgz and that hz has a tutije ayid iamiZy at ViZZofid, MW, 

************ 

GREENVALE PIONEER VIES AT VALLEY CITY 
JAMES MARSH, EaJiZy SeXtZzn. Hzfiz', Victim oi Pneimonia Attack^ .... 
- James MoA^fi, a Kzsidznt oi GfizzndaZz Township iofi 19 yeoAS, died at his homz in 
Vattzy City, Match 16th, ioZZowing an iZZnzss oi shoKt duAotion. Pneumonia was thz 
caiisz oi Kis dzmisz. 

Jamzs MoAsh was boA.n in JZLinoij, in 1SS3, and was 69 yzoAS oi agz at -Cfie timz oi 
his dzath. He gteui to manhood in that statz and was maJifiizd to Rhoda Richofids. Oi this 
union iivz ckitdKzn weAZ bofm, ioafi oi whom OAZ living. In 1S90 thz iamiZy movzd to 
Zocatz in the then booming Vakota countAy and sztttzd in GKzzndaZz Township wheAz thzy 
A.esidzd untiZ 191,9, Tailing health madz it nzczssaAy ion. Ma.. MoAsh to Zzavz thz iatm 
and thz iamiZy movzd to VaZlzy City wheAZ thzy havz sincz Kzsidzd, 

Whzn his fizcznt iLbizss bzcamz cnitical, thz chiZdAzn weAZ summonzd and all wzaz 
wiMi him whzn thz znd camz. Ezsidzs thz stAickzn widow, oAZ ioux surviving childxzn: 
Ufis. Chas. Gfiasswick oi CalgoAy, AlbzAta, Can., UfiS. CoajI G/iasswick oi Valley Cijty, NV., 
Ma4. a. RommeAeim oi Roslyn, SV., and AfithuA Uaxsh oi Lacomba, Canada, One daughtzfi, 
PzoaZ, dizd in 1904 at thz agz oi ninz yzoAS, ThzAZ oAz also thAzz suAviving bKothzu, 
San hioAsh oi VaZzntinz, MT., EdirnAd and WiZzy oi Pomona, CA,, and ^o sisteAS, LoKa and 
Bztlz, both oi Pomona, CA, 

His death is sinceAzly mouAnzd by old ifiiznds oi thz GAZzndalz nzighboAhood whzfiz 
hz lived ion. so many yeoAS, and Andneuj f^ouAzn, and Can! Pnibbznnow madz a tnip to VaZlzy 



Ccty to 4ee fUm. Jhzjj a/uUvzd tkzAt SaXuAdcu/ tvznlng, one. day too latz to 4ee hMn aJLivz. 

"JZm" Mtviiih, all he. uja& be^t known heAejxbouti, had a inidz caAcZz o£ acquxu.ntanczi> -in 
thii, pofU oi tRz coantfuf and had the. AZipzct and z&tzem 0(J zveAyonz, Hz andzAwznt thz 
t/ujoZi and vZciiiAXadzi o^ pZonzeA. LL^z, and by Znda6tJiy and can.z{(it managemznt accumuZatzd 
itU^^Zdznt mzan£ to znabZz him to pa&i hZi dzcLingZng yzoJii xjt zaiz and (Lom{^oKt. 

Thz Kemalm, mZt be bfwught to HanlUnion and tcuid to n.zi,t -in thz Ty&on CemztzAy -in 
GKZzndaJiz. SzAvlczi uxCZl bz hzld at thz Ty&on ChuAch, Wzdnziday wcta ^-cxed oi thz datz {^oK 
thz ianzfiaJL bat ^oK iomz Kza&on, pfiobabZy thz caaJxcoZ WLne^i oi Mw. RormeAZAjn, who -ii> 
aJUiO hu.ii^znJing £A.om pnzumonZa, contAO-ctzd whiZz 6hz wa& v^-cting cut ValZzy City, thz datz 
0^ AMtznmznt /ia4 been pa&tponzd. FAlznd& wzAZ hzAZ to mzzt thz {^amllUj whzn Soo tAJxln lOS 
anjilvzd bJzdnziday, but thzy did not omJjjz and no wofid hoi 4ince bzzn AZCzZvzd ^A.om them. 

Ma., and Hu. John KZemak mou/in thz dzath o^ theJji baby glftt, Hlzfionla, who dizd 
Sunday. Thz LittZz daughtzA wa6 only a ^ew months old but oczuplzd a loAgz placz In thz 
hzoAXi 0^ hzA ^ond poAznti. Thz luneJuaZ. wai hzld Tuz&day, szAvZcej, bzlng conductzd -en 
St. Fhitip'6 ChuAch by Reu. Jo4. F. Studnicka. Thz ioAJiowlng patznti havz thz i>ympathy 
0(J theJji neZghboA& and ^Alzndi. 
HANKWSON NWS ************ ^^^ 22, T9?3 

Mw. Vavz l)Jatznhou£Z AZCzZvzd a tzlzgfum Sunday zvenZng announcing thz dzath OjJ hzfi 
hal{^ iljttz/i, WU). Choi. H. Smith. Hu. Smith AZildzd In ChlcRgo . 
HANKJNSON NEWS ************ f^^^^ 22, 7923 

FIWAL SUMMONS FOR ANOTHER PIONEER 

August Vozltz Vlzi o^ HeoAt TalZuAz At Advanczd Age o^ 80 VeoAi.... 

Anothzn. o{^ thz stuJidy old plonzzu o^ thlA section passzd to hlz ^InaZ A.ewaA.d tkis 
wzzk whzn August foeZtz, agzd 80 yzaA.6, dlzd o^ hzoAt ^alluAz whULz visiting at thz homz 
0)J his daughtzA, t-ifis. fKzd Folk, In this city, Thz znd camz on TfiZday, Hatch fifid, a )$ew 
koufis a^tzA an attack o{^ hzofct ^aUiu/LZ which hz lackzd thz vitality to oveAcomz. 

Vzczaszd was a natlvz o£ VommzAn, GzAmany, boAn Pec. 15th, 1842, and hz gAZw to 
manhood In thz TathznZand, Hz took as kis ll^z matz Otllda Nusz and thz couplz ImmlgAjotzd 
to Amzfilca, settling iljist In Wisconsin and latzA. moving to Richland County, NV. Thz wl{^z 
dlzd In 1915. 

Mji. Vozltz zngagzd In ^oAmlng bat AeXlAzd ^Aom actlvz wofik with advancing yzoAS and 
^oA some tunz has madz his homz with thz John Hzntz ^amlZy ^)0uXh o^ town, Thz {^ollowlng 
chlldAzn suAvlvz him: M/l4 . Emma ShzAman, Upls., MAS. R. H. TAank^uAt, SupzAloA, Wl . , Mas. 
EAzd Talk, Hankinson; MAS. Joz Nelson, Mllzs ClXy, MT., M^. John Hzntz, Hanklnson, WlUlam, 
Otto and August, all oi Hanklnson, ThAzz bAothzAs aAZ also living; Louis Vozltz o£ FaOi- 
mount, CoAl Vozltz In Canada and EAne/>t Voeltz In Gznmany. 

Hz was highly AzgaAdzd by old neA.ghboAS and ^Alznds and a loAgz numbeA attznded thz 
^unzAal szAvlczs which H/eA,e h,eld at thz TmmanueZ Ev. ChuAch Tuzsday a£teAnoon. Rev. 0. 
ObzAdozstzA conductzd thz szAvlczs and thz pallbeoAZAS wzAz: Wm. Wzstphal, Hznman EAuimond, 



CHAS. G. BADE VTES SUWENLY 
Tofmtn. CoiirUy OHlcuaJL Vzad cut WahpeXon k^tzA BfUzi TlZnUi 

ChanZtii G. Bade., anditoK oi ZiaPiZand Coanty {^oi tzn yexuis back -tn thz 'SOi and 
'90a, and Midttij known among thz old Kui.dtnti ojj iJuj, vZcUnlty^ dZzd at Wahpzton Tazi- 
dajj a^tzA an iZZnUi o^ onZy a ijew ftoota. 

Vzczoizd cairn to RlchZand Coantif wiUZt £tUZ a yoang man and took a pKorrUnznt pajct 
A.n potiticaZ aK^aJjiti £oK many yzau, bzZng a^^ZlZatzd uUth thz DzmocAotic poAty. He aca- 
vzd £oA tzn yzafii a6 county audltoA., bzLng iucczzdzd hi 1896 by M. A. Wlppztman o^ tkU 
city. 

Sho fitly bzioKz thz outbn.zak of, thz WofiZd Woa hz madz a t>U.p to Gznmany to vamJJ: 
fizZatA.\JZi> and MOi tlnzAz ujhzn hoi,titLtizM bzgan. He wai, dztatnzd thzKz ^oK many month&, 
bzAJig kzpt andzt cZoiz iuAvzUjancz by thz mXLitoAy aathoAittzi. A dajughtzA iM now in 
thz RuhA. dii,tAJ.ct, occtxptzd by thz FKznch mJLLitaAjy authofUtiz& , and vooHAjy ovzn. thyU ^act 
pfiobabZy haitznzd hli dzatk. 

Sincz thz KztuAn o£ thz iamlty to Wahpzton a {zw yzau a^o, Ma.. Bade has been zngagzd 
-en thz i.n6uAjancz and tnvz6tmznt biuinzii, having hi& oi{,icz uuXh WoZ{i S SchnzZZzA. He wa& 
about 60 yzoAJi oi{ age. 

He i^ iuAvivzd by thz wi^z and izvzfuxZ gfwwn ckiZdAzn. Cnz 4on woi moAAizd a coupZz 
0(J yzafu, ago to Uii-i Gladys ki.bn.zcht, daughtzn. 0(J M/i. and Hn£. Thzo. ktbKzdnt, who woi 
boKn Zn Hankin&on. 
HMKIMSOM NEWS ************ ^^^f^ ,5^ J923 

L, J. C. WITT VIEV SATimAV 
VZonzzA SzttlzfL, Succzi^iuZ Man oi Stzfiting Wonth, A Good FathzA and 

Kind Nzighbon. 

AnothzA itufidy pionzzn. and onz o^ thz county '6 zjvdy i,zXtZz>ii> ha6 bzzn caJUizd ^nom 
labox to Kewafid. Louii John ChhUtian Witt onz o^ thz zanZy izttlzu in BztioKd Towmhip 
dtzd at. thz homz oi hU daughtzt, MA4. L. C.Jzntz, in thU city on SatuAday, MaAcfi lOtk, 
at 7:30 PM. He ^a^iJeAed a itnokz oi paAoZyiZi on Monday o^ last wzzk and uxu uncon6cioui 
until thz znd which come {ivz dayi latzfi. Ua.. Witt hai always, znjoyzd thz bz&t o{, hzalth 
through ti^z but owing to thz advanczd age o^ 81 yzoAi hz wa& gwwing {^zzblz and could 
Kot withstand thz iuddzn it/iokz. 

LouZi John ChfUitian Witt wa& bofin in f^zcklznbuAg SchwzAAJi, Gzfmany on Feb. 18th, 
1S42, and was maMA.zd -en kij, nativz land in 1866 to HUs WiZhzlmtna StizA. Eight yzaxs 
tatzK, i.n 1874 thzy migAotzd to AmzA^ca and szttlzd in Wew Vonk statz whzAz thzy madz 
thziA homz ^OK thAzz yzoAi . TAom thzAZ thzy moved to Bzllz VlxUnz, Scott County, MN., 
and in 1891 thzy camz to Zichland County puAchastng a ia/m in Bzl{,0Ad Township. HeAe 
Ma. Witt and family tivzd untU {^i^tzzn yzoAS ago, whzn his wi^z dizd and slncz that 
tbnz hz has madz his homz with his childAzn. foA thz past ^ew yzoAS hz has madz his 
homz with his son-in-law L. C. Jentz, o^ this city. 

Ua. Witt woM a man oi stfu.ctzst intzglZty and honzsty; itnm tn his convzctions and 



f^uj>6 BeAXhcL H-inck Zt^t ioK Havfiz, MT. , Zai>t weefe to aXtznd tho. {,aneAaZ o^ hzA 
YU.ZCQ., EitkzK, Jthe. iix yzoA old dcujLQhttn. o^ UK. and M-w . AtbzAt HZnck. 

HANKWSON NEWS BRAWPEWBURG COLUMW * * UlaAch I, 7923 

LcL6i SatuAjdcuf, Uk6. WWi HilZtn. and iZiteA, FAxincea TweeieA KeXuAnzd (J/ujm ^zqdaM., 
MW., and Uondaij NzZ& TwzztsA and tLtiZz gZnZ KoXiuinzd ^Kom thz larnz placz. Thzy aXZ. had 
been to WzgdaM to attend thz ^anzAoZ of, Mw . TwzztzA'i mothzA, who dlzd on Feb. T9th, 
£Kom 6tomach ^Zu. Uu , JwzttzA did not fLZtuAn homz ai hzn. {,atheA -U, i-Lck with ih& ^cwic 
CA^znt and 4fie Kzmalnzd to takz daAz o^ kan. UfL6, TwzztzA'6 mothzfi wai> 84 yzafu old. 
HAMKJhlSOhl NEWS FAIRMOUWT COLUMW Mcw.c/i S, 1923 

SARGENT COUNTY PIONEER GOWE 

CoZ. C. H. Tofman, ^oundzn. o£ thz Sa/igznt County town that bzau kL6 namz, dlzd at 
thz homz 0^ ka, 4>on Hannij W. FoAman In that vlZZagz Monday a^tzAnoon at thz advanczd age 
0^ 94 yzaju,. Hz wai an ZnvaZld {^oK thz pait two yzoAi bat fiztalnzd hi& mzntaZ ^acuZtizi 
ap to within a ijew houu o^ hZi dzaXh. 

Peceosed watt a natlvz OjJ Canada, but camz to thz Amzfilcan ildz o^ thz Zlnz In kl& 
zaJiZy manhood, Zocatlng In Lakz County, MI., whzKZ hz zngagzd In thz ZumbzA builnzi^, 
ama&^lng a comfiOfctabZz {)Ofutunz. In ISSl hz madz hti ilM>t tKlp to Dakota, and two yzau 
ZatzA bKoughX. a good ilzzd coZony o^ £zttZzU ^Kom Michigan, founding thz town o^ FoA- 
man In thz exact gzogAjaphlcaZ czntzn. 0|J Sanjgznt County. Thzn ^oZZowzd onz o^ thz mo6t mem' 
ofuxhZz county £zat contzit^ In thz hlitoA.y o^ Dakota tzAAltoKy, FoAman ^InaLZy being 
dzcZoAzd thz ZzgaZ county 6zat a^tzn. an zZzctlon ilght that wai blXtznJby contz&tzd and 
woi loZZowzd by appzaJU to thz iupKemz count. Ma.. Fonman zxhau6tzd pfiCLcticaZZy aZZ o^ 
hlj> {^ofutanz In tkii contzit but had thz iatl^{)actl.on o^ winning out agoAnit heavy oddi, 
HIj, wl{,z dlzd In 1595, and {^oi thz pait ^ew yejvu, hai madz hlM homz wlXh hU ion. 

Thz luneAoZ l& being held today and InteJmznt wULZ be madz In thz iamlZy Zot at 
Fofunan CemzteAy. 

Dzcza&zd li iuAvlvzd by tknzz daughtzu and two i,oni, M/t4 . W. H. Gao^^ and Hu . 
F. H. Pwidy 0^ CaZl^., MAi. G. S. GlZboAne 0(J Wyoming, HoAAy FoMian o^ FoAman and C. W. 
FoKman oi DuZuth. Onz bAothzA, Wm. C. FoAman o^ Hankln&on Zi aZ&o Zlvlng. 

Wm. C. Fonman Zz^t HanklYiStOn Monday moAnlng and Azachzd thz bzd&ldz o^ hlJ> bAothzA 
a ihoAt tlmz bz^oAZ thz znd. Thz death oi C. H. Fofman ZeaveM hJjn thz loZz iuAvlvoA 0|J 
a ZoAgz (tamlZy. 
HANKTNSON NEWS ************ ^^^ J5^ ,923 



ac(U.de.nt ha.ppzmd. HeA paXh thAjoagh tl£t -C4 moAkzd uuXh dzzdi oi kA.ndneM and ckzeA; 
i,hz iccuttSAzd dloMtU, not thoKni,, mmhinz not ihoidouo, Tfuith wa6 tkz ^nkplfuvLLon o£ 
hzn. tL{,e., and by IUndneJ>6 ihz zxeinpLL{tA.zd -it6 gxzat Monjth. HzA homz in&tZncJti wzAz 
^tAong; hzA aHiicXA.on {^oK {^fLiojndit and kA.ndM.zd wait tzndtfi and abiding. Skz wai a woman 
o£ hzAoZc mouZd, bfULvzZy mzzting thz 6tzn.n A-zquZfLzmznti and o^tzn thz dZiappoZntmznts 
oi tiiz. 

MaAtha. M. A^ wai bofin Zn Na6 HzdznmaAkzn, Honway, In HSI and woi 72 yzajii of, age 
at thz -tone o{ hzfi dzath, Shz camz to AmzAZca 52 yzoA^ ago and madz hzn. homz -in t-lLnn- 
exipoUj, £oA. tzvzxsJ. yzoJUi . In 1877, 4,hz wa& urvitzd in moMLiagz to John Mzt6on and moxjzd 
to En.zckzn/u.dgz, and latzn. Kmovzd to itlahpzton whzAz M/l. Nztion condacXzd a gznzAot itoKz 
antiZ tujzZvz yzoAi ago. SZncz thzn tkzy hcvz madz thzJji homz In AmbKoiZ. 

Vzczjuzd Zi 6uA.vZ\JZd by hzK haiband and tInAzz ckLZdAzjij M^4 Cona and John T. NzZion 
who afiz lZ\)Zng at homz and M/l4. C. Gordon o^ HinnzapolZi. Shz Z& aZ&o lofivZvzd by onz 
^Z&tzA and two bwthzMA,H. A. Aim o^ thZi cZty, Ffizd Kbn oi HichZgan and Mw. SoZbztg 
who Kzitidzit Zn UoHwasj. 

On accoanZ o^ thz ittoAm thz dzZayzd ianzAoZ wai hzld at thz LathzAa.n ChuJich, VwZght, 
Rev. VahZ oiilclaZZiiQ. Thz fizmaZni wzfiz laZd to KZkt bz&-idz tkoiz o^ hoA ion whoiz dzaXk 
occuAzd izvznnZ. yzau ago, 

HAWnWSOM NEWS ************ TehfmaAy 11, 7923 

MRS. ANWIE ERTCKSOhl 
Ma4. AnnZz EnZck&on dZzd at thz homz o^ hzn. daughtzA, HfU. OZz Hagzn In thZi cZty, 
SaZuAday, Feb. 14th, agzd 76 yzau, Vzcza^zd AUjJiJeAed a iZghZ itAokz oi poARlijiZi about 
iZvz wzzki ago and thZi combZnzd wZth old agz wai thz caaiz oi dzath. 

M/L4. Aimce EAldi&on wai boAn Zn Sygdal, hlonway, Aagait IZnd, 1846. Shz tamz to 
AmzAZca 11 yzoAi ago, izttlZng Zn SpAZng Gaovz, MW. Shz wai anZtzd Zn majinZagz to Vztzn. 
EAZckion on Nov. 15, 1876 and two yzoAi latzA thzy movzd to Gfiant County, izZtZZng on a 
homzitzad nzoK WzndztZ, MW. AitzA thz dzath oi hzA huiband, hUu . EAZcfuon movzd to Uzn- 
dzti. and IZvzd thzfiz untZt about thfizz yzxvn ago whzn ihz camz to HanJzZmon and hoi iZnzz 
madz kzA homz wZth hzn. daaghtzt, MAi . OZz Hagzn. 

M/Li. EALckion wai a woman whoiz wanmth oi gznuZnz hoipZtaZZty, tzndzAnzii, chzztiuZ- 
nzii and gznzAOiZty zndzoAzd hzA to aZZ wZthZn thz cJjicZz oi hzA acquaZntancz . VZizoiz 
dZd not dzitAoy thz chanm oi a kZnd, ZnduZgznt dZipoiZtZon, noA oZd agz dlmZnZih hzA un- 
izZiZih ioZZcUtudz ioA hzn. inZzndi and tovzd onzi . 

Shz Zi iuAvZvzd by iZx. chZZdAZYi'- AndAzw E. Johmon, UAi . OZz LcLZzbo, M^i . OZz Hagzn, 
Ed. P. EnZckion, VzZzA P. EAZckion, JR., AZbzfit P. EAcckion; aZio two bAothzu and two iZi- 
tzAi; UAi. C. C. GAindzA oi Elbow Lakz, Mw. A. E, VybdaZ, EZZzn and Hani EZZZngion, all oi 
WzndztZ, MW. 

FunzAaZ iZAvlczi wzAz hzZd aZ thz Hagzn homz Zn thZi cOty Wzdnziday aitzAnoon, Rev. 
Lundz oi WzndzZZ, oUZcZatzd. Thz patZ bzoAZAi wzAZ W. R. V.obZnion, W. J. Chap-in, 0. A. 
OZZvzn., W. H. Hich, 0. V. GlUoAd and L. K. VZck. Thz AzmaZni wzAz takzn to WzndzZZ Wzd- 
nziday zvznlng and iZAvZczi wzAz hzZd at thz Luthzfuxn ChuAch Zn that vZZZagz thli aitzA- 
noon. IntzAmznt wai madz In thz chuAch czmztzAy . 
HANJINSCN NEWS ************ j^^^ j^ ,023 



Aagait KsJJi, Fxzd EbzZ, CoaZ Backhcuu and HeAman Botdt. Jnte/unznt wa6 madz Zn ikz 

ZmmaLVWiZZ Ev. CejneXzMj ioiith oi town, 

HANKJNSOU MEWS ************ fJ^^^^ ^g ^ jg^3 

WESLEY PATTERSOU'S LIFE IS EWPEP 
NzoA Cznt&ruifUan Pa&6zd Auay at HZ& Home Zn Wahpzton on MoA.nlng o^ EaitzA Sanday.. 

Wzitej/ Tattzuon JU dza.d at tkt age o^ 94 yzjou, 3 months and IS dayi. On Ea&teA 
Sunday, ihomtZq bz^oKZ 7T AM., hz pai6zd away at kit> homz on Eighth StAZZt and Hichigan 
Avenue whzAZ hz liad tLvzd iZncz coming to WaJipzt.on monz than 30 yzafu> ago, 

Thz dZfizct caiuz o^ Ma.. Pattz/iion'-i dzath wab pnzumonla, wIvLch had dzvzLopzd {^Kom 
a cold hz contfuictzd a month ago. 

Ma.. Vattzfiton was boAn on a £aAm Zn Ohio o£ Scotch-Engll&h poAzntagz. Thz datz oiJ 
hie, blAth woi Oec. 13th, ISZS. He hxu KzaJizd to young manhood on thli ^anm and woA living 
thzAZ whzn hli moAAlagz to Hil>e> Luck Shuman took pZacz. ToZZouilng hl6 manAlagz hz wznt 
with kU) witje to Clayton County, lA., taking up jJoAm /iz&ldzncz nzoA EZkadz/i. Hzfiz wzAz 
bofin thz i>lx chlldAzm 

Jo6tph ?attz>u,on, ?KZl>ldznt o^ thz National Bank o^ WahpztonyVznJiy Pattzuon, 
bJahpzton; MKi. W. S. Cafitzfi, who dlzd about thfizz yzafil, ago, af^tzn. having Zlvzd hzAz ^OA. 
izvznjiZ yzoM; Wz&lzy Pattzuon, JR., oi Cany, OH., Vk. Hznuy Pattzuon, Elkadzn., lA; 
VanlzZ PattzA&on, ULnot. 

Thz {jOmlZy camz to thl& city In thz zanZy zlghtlzi, thz paAznti, puAcha&lng ioon 
a^tzA ojifUval hzAz thz hou&z on Eighth &tAzzt whzAz thz mothzn. dlzd In 1975, aX. thz age 
OjJ ?7, and thz ^athzA, Sunday, lacking onZy &lx yzau o^ bzlng a czntznofUxm. 

Ma. Pattzuon wa& onz o^ thz ^oundzu o^ thz National Bank o^ Wahpzton and Kztalnzd 
IntzAz&t In It up to hli dzath. Hz alio had lntzAz&t6 In a bank at HlIZiboAo and thz 
¥l/L6t Statz Bank at WaZcott, o^ which P. 0. Wold, {^ofvmzfi county tAzaj>uAzfi lt> ca&hlzA.. Hz 
hoi &zfivzd ai dlxzcton. 0(J tfie local bank. 

Ma. Pattzuon znjoyzd iplzndld hzalth throughout hli ll£z and wai actlvz until hz 
become III a month ago. Up to that tbnz, dzipltz hli agz, kii phyilcal condition had 
been ihowtng only itight dzcJLinz. 

Hli activity of^tzn cauizd pzoplz to fizmoAk. Only a yzafi ago hz pxovzd fu.6 itxzngth 
by chopping down tAzzi about hli homz. Thz langz gafidzn that hz nalizd zach iuimzn. wai 
A-zputzd onz 0^ thz ^Inzit In thz city. 

FunzAol iz/ivlczi wznz hzld at To^ii M. V. ChuAch at 1:30 PM on Wzdnziday a^^tzAnoon. 
Thz P.ZV. Edwin A. Follzy oiilcAjvtlng. PallbzoAZAi wzAz old ^fUzndi o^ thz iamlty. 
HAUKIUSOU NEWS ************ ^p,^ 5^ j923 

MRS. A. B. WORNER 

MA4 . A. 8. Wofinzn., a {^ohmzn. izildznt o{, thli county and who wai boAn and fizoAzd 
nzjoA Tylzn., dlzd at hzA homz In Whzaton Zait Thufuday mofininQ a^tzA an IZlnzii o{^ two 
wzzki. FunzAal iZAvlczi wzAZ hztd at thz PKZibytzulan chuAch o^ Whzaton lait SatuAday 

o-{itzAnoon. 



The. Whzcuton-CazeXit TizpoKtzn. gZvu thz {^olZowlnq account oi$ Mnj>. WoKnoA'i iad 
dtajjn: 

"Thz pzoplz 0|$ ikU conmayuXy weAe qkzoXZjj ihockzd ThuAiday moA.ru.ng whe.n the. 
neiM ipfiejxd that Wu> . khyioid WoKneA had poMzd away at 5 ?U. 

Mw . WoAnzn. be^o^e. htn. moAfUagz wa& Hui Evelyn Lzihoviky. She wcw boKn neoA 
WahpeXon, W., on Juty 12th, 1897, and gfim to womanhood theJit. She. woi ma/uUed 
Nov. 2Znd, 1915, to kfinold WoAneA. 

Ma4 . Wo^neA woi take.n iZck iome. tJ/io weefei ago uuJJi pnejumonLa. and wo* thought 
i,a{^ely pa6t thz dangzA poZrvt when iht had a KeJjap&e, which ihe wai, unablz to oueAccme. 
A happy manAJjxge, a chZid, and a good homz we/ce thz bZeMZng In Zl^z that had come 
to heA, and then ihz wa6 takzn away. Why thii hoi come to paii the human undeAitand- 
■ing cannot fathom, but we havz thz a&^uAance that God Zn hLi> goodnzii and meAcy doetk 
aZZ tkingi light. 

Veceoied ZeaveA a heoAt-bfLokzn huiband and a thAzz-yeoA-otd dajughteA, now beAz{^t 
o{i a motheA'ii Loving and tzndzt coAZ. 

FREP KWAACK PASSES OH 

Tfizd Knaack, 77 yzoAi old, and a Kz&ldznt o^ Hardilnion ^oK thz pait 31 
yzax&, dlzd at hli home In tka city Wzdnz6day a{,teAnoon, kpnlZ 11th, at 3 o' 
clock {^fLom dxop^y, a dl&za&z with which hz hai, bzzn a^{,lictzd ^oK thz pa&t two 
.yzaAl>. Elzvzn day6 ago thz allmznt took an acutz ioAm and hz gfiaduaUy weakzn- 
zd unlit Keleavzd oi hls> luHeAlngi . 

Veceaj^zd W(W boKn In UzngoAd, Gzhmany, Sep. 6th, 1845, and Kzachzd thz 
Atpz old agz o{, 77 yeau, 7 monihi and 4 dayi. He gA.ew to manhood In GeAmany, 
wheAe hz wcw manAlzd on Uay 13th, 1885, to BzntJia Hoz{,6, who iuAvlvzi, him. 

Thz couplz mlgAotzd to AmeAlca ^n 1892 afiAlvlng In Hankln&on In May oi 
that yzoA, and they havz Kz&ldzd hzAz eveA llncz. Thli maJoUagz wai wWiout 
1&6UZ, bul: dzceoizd l& luAvlvzd by thz widow and thz ioZZowlng itzp-chlldAzn: 
TKzd RadloU, ^^nk RadtoU. UckaAd RadZoU, M^- MaAlha Kahn, all oi Hanhln- 
ion: HznKy Radlo^, Gui,tavz RadloU, HobeAt RadloU a.nd Mu . Emma RameA, all oi 
whom Kzbldz In GeAmany. Onz bfiotkzn., kuguit Knaak, Uvzi with hli ion klbeAl 
Knaak, iouth oi thli dUby. 

Vzczoizd woi wzll known among thz plonzeAi and wltnziizd thz dzvelop- 
mznt oi Hanklmon and thz iuAKoundlng countAy iKom a wild plonzzn. countAy to 
thz pKziznt pKOipzfioui community. 

Thz iunznal will bz held SatuAday, kpnll 14, at 2 TU., wXXh iztvlczi by 
Reu. ObeAdoziteA at thz Jmmanuel Ev. ChuAch. Thz pallbzoAeAi will bz CoaI 
Zandz^, Jullm Vfiazgzt, Hznman Boldt, Ffizd Ebel, CoaZ Backhaui and Auguit Kuhl. 
HAMKINSON NEWS Ap^ 12th, 1923 



Mn.. and fiw . E. A. Lea Ze-^i Monday {^on. Eajuwn, WJ . , In fiuponkz to a mzJi^aQZ 
ayinou.n<uji.Q thz dzcuth o^ Ma.. Izol'i cotLi-cn'i ion. Pecea6ed woi aboujt 79 yzaxi o{^ age, 
buJ: thz mtiiagz gave no paJiticvJiaxs, a6 <o tfie cau^e o^ hM> mntunzZy dzaih. 
HANKWSON MmS ************ ^p^^ j2, 79Z3 

BELOl/EP PASTOR CALLEP SUPPENLV 
Vzath Ofi Rev. RadoZph fUZgzndo^^ MouAnzd by LzgZoni o^ OuA. PzopZe. 

Vfiobabty no zvznt ajo. KztZYit yzcvu> hai lo p/LoioundZy movzd thz pzopZz o£ HankyLmon 
and thz coantxy noAth o{i tkC& cJjty as tiiz laddzn dzath o^ Rev. RadoZph HiZgzndofi{^ uihcch 
ozojJinzd FfUday evening. StAlckzn by hzanX IoaJjuaz, hz pa&Azd away -en thz iuilnkZLng oi$ 
aw eye, hii £AA.zndi unaujofiz that hz was not -in hii maaZ hzjoZth. 

Vzczajizd wcii uiidzXy known thfioaghout tkii, izctlon, having bzzn pastoK o{, St. John'i 
ChuAck Zn EzZf^ofid Townihlp {^oK nzafUy 25 yzoM, and woi uyu.veA6atiy z&tzzinzd. Cat down 
In. thz pKimz oi ZZ^z, at thz age o^ 47 yzanj,, hz Zzxivzi a g/Uz^ itAZzhzn uil^z and ZJjttZz 
dmughtzn. to mouAn hZ& imtAjnzZjy dzath. 

FoA. lomz tUmz pait hi& hzaZth ha& not bzzn o^ thz bz6t, but thzAZ wai nothing about 
hJj, condition that occaiiionzd any conczAn to ki& ^fUzndi . A ihonX timz ago hz Zz{,t ^oA 
Omaha, MB., to coniuZt an ociuZist and oAfUvzd homz SatuAday zvzuing on Soo t/uxln 107 at 
6 PM. He was mzt by Cka& . BzZLin, onz o^ hiM poAiihonzAi, , who by pAzvZoui oAAangzmznt 
wa& to dAAvz him to thz poA&onagz, ({-eve rac^es noAth o^ town. Thzy waZkzd to thz GAZzn 
HaAdwoAZ itoAZ, dUjnbzd into thz buggy standing thzAZ and AtoAtzd {^OA homz. Ma. EzZZin 
addAz&izd 6zvz/uxZ KesnoAki to kid pa&izngzA and {^inaZZy noticzd that thzAz wai no Azipomz. 
A gZancz ihowzd that lomzthing was WAong and hz tuAnzd thz tzam and dkovz to thz LuthzAa.n 
PoAionagz, a ihoAt di&tancz. Rev. KZaaiZzA a&6ii,tzd in canAying thz ItAickzn man in thz 
hoa&z and mzdicaZ aid wa& lummonzd but it i& thought thz ipaJik o^ Zi{^z had ipzd even bei^oA-e 
this timz. An azutz attack o^ hzaAt {^aiZuAZ wai, thz irmzdiatz cauiz o{) hii dzath. 

STORY OF HIS LIFE... 

RudoZph ChoAlzs HiZgzndoAi was bo An June 30, 7^75, at Omaha, MB., and wad thzAZ^OAZ 
47 yzoAi, 9 months and 14 days oZd at thz timz o{, his dzath. His {^athzA, Rev. 3ohn Hilgzn- 
doA£ uxLS a pionzzA pastoA o^ Nzbfiaska whzAz hz had changz o^ onz chuAch loA (^ilty yzoAS. 
He a£so did ^izZd wonk ^OA thz LuthzAan chuAch thAoughout NzbAoska and in nzighboAing 
statzs; was in iact, thz pionzzA o^ luthzAan woAkzAS in NzbAoska. tuhzn thz subjzct o^ 
this skztch was onz yzoA oZd thz poAznts movzd to AAtington. ThzAz his boyhood was spznt 
and hz was con^inmzd. He enteAed ConcoAdia CoZZzgz, U-Ubjoaukzz,in thz ^aZZ o{^ 1SS9 and 
gnaduatzd in H9S; zntZAzd Concofidia ThzoZogicaZ SzminoAy, St. Louis, in thz iaZZ oi 1S95 
gAoduating in Jane, 189S. 

He was imnzdiatzZy assignzd a caZZ to St. John's ChuAch in Bzi^oAd Township, Richland 
County, and thz ioZZowing twznty ^ivz yzaAS o^ his Zi^z wzAZ intzAwovzn with thz^ dzvzZop- 
mznt 0)5 that nzlghboAhood. Bz^oKz that timz thz chuAch had bzzn SZAvzd by Rev. J. Hinck 
oi GAzat Eznd, and thz ZattZA oHiciatzd at thz oAdination and instaZZation oi Rev, HU.gzn- 
doAi as pastoA on Szpt. 11, 1S98. IzaZous in thz iaith oi thz GAzat MastzA, hz onganizzd 



a chiUick at Ea/inty a ytaA oK iujo ZateA. At that turn, fie aZ6o iZAvzd iomz {^cwiitiu ioath 
and iouthexi&t o{t HankZn&on uihlch ma^zd thz be.gZnnLng o{; the. LuXheAan congn.zgatton tn 
thJj) (uXij. He cJUo izfivzd tkz congxtgatU.on hznt whtn tmpo^ianZty without iXM poMtoK, 
onct ion. ntanJUj a t/eo/i bzioKt thz pKH&zvit Ta^tofi KZau&leA ai,6umtd thz oidlcz, 

Hz had aZ&o iztvzd ^on. tzn yzafii ai a mzmbzA o{, thz Hi&iton BooAd ion thz Montana- 
hlonXh Vakota. coniztzncz oi thz IIL64>ouaa. Synod and u)a& cJjkhuX v-iiZton. -en thz nofLthwziitzn.n 
panJioi -"^2. htatz ion that ofiganczatxon. 

He woA ma/wizd Janz 19th, 1901 , to Mc54 Sophia Laappz oi HzbtoMka, who uiith one 
daughtzA, EAona, luAvZvzi fUm. OthzA £uA.\JA.vZng Kzlatlvzi aJiz thz agzd paAznt& In VonXtand, 
OAzgon; an armoAAZzd i-iitzA, kmzLia, a nu/UiZ uxcth hzA poAznts; UoaLz, iw-iz oi Reu. E. T. 
Otto, Omaha; VauJL, pastofi Zn Hood ZCvzA, OR.; John, poAocklal ichooZ tzaahzA, nou; a6iZit- 
ant -LmtAuctoK of, muiZc at thz LuthzAan HoAmaJL School In Szwafid , NB. A bfiothzn., itlattzA, 
dizd 06 pa&toh. oi thz LathzAan cong/LZgatlon -en EdgzZzy, W., duAlng thz iZu zpldzmlc. 
Thz only fizlativz pAz&znt ioA. thz imnZAoZ hzAZ wai Rzv. E. T. Otto oi Omaha; othzK. fiztativzk 
iKom thz ioA wzit mlZ mzzt thz body at SamAd, NB., MhzAZ thz buAlal uuM takz placz F-u- 
day. 

Imp/iZiiZvz and bzjautciaZ woi thz iunzAoZ izAvlzz hzld at St. John'i ChuAch at 2 PM 
Tuz^day a{,tzfinoon. ThzAz wzfiz (Jew dAy zyzM In thz thfiong that oiizjnbtzd to pay i-inal 
tAibutz to thzJji bziovzd paitoA, Many Zn thz a&6zmblagz hz had chAiitznzd, and hz had 
oiitztatzd at thz moAAiagz czAzmony oi a majoAJXy oi thz adult mzmbz>L& oi thz congKzgat- 
ion, thz kindly Inihizncz oi hli &tznJU.ng ChAl&tZan choAactzA had bzzn an untold poMZA ioA. 
good tn thz community hz had iZAvzd 6o iaZthiutty ioK nzoAly a quoAtzA o{, a czntuAy . 

VZjtZting paitoAi, pAz&znt inlzndi and iofmzn. cZoi-imatzii wzAz also pKzszvvt. Tfiom thz 
pulpit uihzAZ dzceaszd had bzzn a iamtLLoA iZguAZ ioA 40 manij yzoAd, Reu. T.Htnc.k dzLivzAzd 
an Zmpfiz&ilvz iZAmon, paying a dz&ZAvzd zulogy to hli izllow u}on.kzA In thz ialth; Rev. E. 
G. Nacht&zhzun oi HinnzapotU , cloiz ^Alznd and cla&imatz, dzLivzfizd an addnz&i -in thz 
namz oi hli cZom, oi whom iowi vozAZ pfiziznt; Rev. E. G. Nachtsckzlm oi Mpli, Rev. H. 
Fazdtka, kpplzton, MW., Rev. H. V..Klzink, Ouzo, MW; and Rev. 0. C. WolU, Uontzvldzo. MW. 
Thzy had bzzn cZa&smatzs at coUzgz ioK 9 yzoAt, and togzXhzA In thz mlnlitAy ion. 25 yzaxi, . 
OthzA poitonj, pAZiznt wzAZ Rev. C. Ed. Hex, Kzn&al, aj, n.zpn.z&zntatl\jz oi thz Uppzn Soo 
ConizAzncz; Rev. J. C.Nau66, ToAgo, Rev. C. A. Szhultz, Li&bon; Rev. 0. C. Taege, Anomoo^e; 
Rev. C. HzjuchzAt, Stinum; Rev. H. W. Eggzu, CvxinnZA; Rev. E. P. Gei^eA-^ng, Wahpztcn; 
Rev. T. Hinck, GKZjxt Bend; Rev. Jul. CloztzA, Udgznwood; Rev. J. P. Klau6lZA, Hankliiion; 
Rev, W. Rohz, SimmiX. Many WZAZ al&o pAZ6znt iAom GAzat Bend, Summit, Wahpeton and Udgzn.- 
mod. Thz mzn'i choln. oi thz Gfizat Bend and thz ckitdAzn oi thz paAlih school sang duAing 
thz iZAvtcz. Thz caskzt imi almost kiddzn by thz many ilonal oUzAings. Thz pall bzoAznt, 
wzAz thz ztdzAi oi thz BzZion.d and BaAnzy congn.zgationi; Wm. KAuzgzA, Wm. NzUzzt and Thank 
Tlzgs oi BzZiond, John Thlzl, Louli HindzAmann and CanZ WlXtkop oi BaAnzy. 

At thz conclusion oi thz iZA\jclz In St. John's ChuAch, thz caskzt was convzyzd to 
thz Hanklnson Luthzhn ChuAch whzAZ anothzA thAong oi old inlznds gatlr.zAzd to pay thzln. 



{^Znat tAyibuJit o^ lovz and /lupzct. An eZoqatnt 6eAmon uxM doLLvzAzd by Rev. JuZ. CtoteA. 
^ German and fie woi {lOZZowtd by Reu. J. P. Klau^lzn. ujho6Z long and cZoiz ^fUzndhiZ.p 
with tKz dzcza&zd poitoK madz ka> add/LZi,^ touchying and ^pA.e64x.ue. MuiZc imj, ^uAybi&kzd 
by the. LuiheAon Cholx. 

WhyiZz thz ZoM o{^ tiizlfi pattoK comes a6 a pzA&onaZ bzAza\Jzmznt to zvzAy membzA o^ 
St. John'^ congKzgation, (vU ccAc-te o{, ^^znd6 wai by no mzja.ni> con^Znzd to thz luthzAjan 
mzmbzAifUp. ScoKZi o^ ouA. pzopZz, o^ aZZ ^a-Lth& and vafu.oti& waZki o^ tiiz, zoiintzd tkejn- 
^e^vci oi fu4 ifu-znd and 6Znczn.zZy mouAn kii £o44. 

Thz Kvnaln& wzAZ ifiLppzjd to Seuiafid, WB., Taz&day zvznZng whzAz thz bufUaZ uuIZ takz 
pZacz tomoAAouj [Vfujday) . 
HAMKJNSOM NEWS ************ ^p^^ j^^ J923 

VEATH 0¥ FORMER HANKJNSON GIRL 

Wofid Kzjxchzd hzfiZ tkli weefe ol thz dzath o^ Hxi,. C. C. Rouitand, nee Vuiyzfi, Mhlch 
occvAAzd cut hzfi homz Zn Spokanz, WA., thz pait weefe. Vzczji&zd uja6 a daaghtzfi o^ M/t. and 
M/L4. Tfiank L. Vivyzfi, who itttZzd Be^tween HankAJii>on and GKzat Bznd Zn thz zaAhf '90i on 
thz ^anm now ozcapZzd by Hzfman VKochnow, JR. On thZ& ^afim thz iuio ckiZdnzn, Claudz and 
Qfia, wznz bofin, Thzy dZ&po&zd 0(J thz ^anm about 10 yzoAM ago and movzd to HankZn6on and . 
about two yzafit) latzK movzd to Spokanz, WA., whzAZ M^. "DwyzA dZzd izvzAoZ yzoAJk ago. 

Onn, thz onZy daughtzA, attzndzd HZgh SchooZ hztz and af^tzu movZng to Spokanz was 
mafoUzd to C. C. Rouiland about 20 yzoAC ago. A yzan. ago 6hz uooi i>tfu.zktn wZth apopZzxy, 
iZncz whZch tZmz i,hz ha6 bzzn con£Znzd to hzn. bed. BzitZdzit thz iOAAowZng ha&band, 6hz 
Zzavzi ^ouA &maZZ chZZdAzn. 

Thz ^athzA was pfLomlnznt Zn ZichZand County a^^aZfU, duAZng hZd KZiZdzncz hzfiz and 
izAvzd onz tzAm Zn thz IzgZ&latuAz duAZng thz mZddZz '906. HZ& uiZ^z, mothzA o^ U>u>. 
RowZand, Zi 6tiZZ tZvZng and alio thzZn. onZy ion Claudz, both of^ whom makz thzZn. homz Zn 
Spokanz. »»»»«««««««« 

LOST LIFE IW BURNING HOUSE 

Jamzi Mc Cafutzn pAomZnznt ^anmzA nzoA CogiwzZZ, was buAnzd to dzath on (Monday a{,tzA- 
noon oi la&t wzek whzn hz zntzfizd hZ& buAnZng ^a/urn homz Zn quz&t o^ iomz vaZuablz papzu 
Zn a dz&k whZch hz dziZuzd to KZicixz {Aom dz&tnjictZon. Vzcza&zd wai, a bachzZofi, b/iothzn. 
0(J Hon. RZchofid Mc CoAtzn OjJ CogiwzZZ, and IZvzd aZonz on hZ& ^anm. kppoAzntZy hz had 
itoAtzd to dfUvz to town and whzn a ihoAt dZ&tancz away, dZ&covzAzd that thz hoaiz wai 
a^Zn.z. VfuvZng back, hz hZtchzd hZi tzam and zntzAzd thz hou&z, A nzZghboA. atio noticzd 
thz IZfLZ and haitznzd to thz icznz. Hz madz a hzAoZc zHofit to KZizuz Mc CanXzn but bz^oKZ 
hz could tizach thz uncomaZoui man thz iloofi colZapizd and thz body {^zZZ to thz baizmznt 
whzfiz Zt woi buAnzd to a cAZip. Thz body wai /izmovzd latzA Zn thz day and takzn to Cogi- 
wzlt whzAz it wai pAzpoAzd {oh. bufiZaZ. 

Vzczaizd wai 58 yzoAi old and had fiz&Zdzd Zn SaAgznt County £oA {^o>Uy yzani. 
HANKJNSON NEWS ************ ^p^^ j^^ jg^^ 



Uk&. Bob BelLin ajifu.\jzd homz ^Aom St. VaaJL ThuAiday wheAZ ihe. had gone, to attznd 
thz (,a.neAaJL o^ htn. mothsA, HKi . Vfitd WcZi^eA. 

Jack Roblniton Iz^t Monday {^ox BoKzy, MW., Zn Ae^ponit to a muiagz announcing the. 
dzjotk o{, kill aged ^otheA. The. bnJ.zi meJiiagt d^d not itatz the came, o^ hit deaXh. 

TWO TWPIAW BOVS WANVEREV FOR 40 MILES 
Two South Vakota. Indian Boyi WandzAzd ^Ka 40 IWLeJ,, BodZt6 Found A^teA S-lx Wzeki Szaxch 

Thz bodlzi 0^ thz tuo Indian boyt, ion& o^ VaJbnzn. HoA&z&hoz, pfLominznt Indian o{; thz 
Chzyznnz Agency, who nan away ^Ajom thz Indian School and wexz caught In the btizzand o^ 
FzbAaaAy 13th, whzfiz thzy Zolt thexA llvzi , havz been ^ound a^tzn. a continued ieaxck {^oK 
tlx wzeki by KeZjjJUsjejt and othzAi . 

Thz tMO boyi oikzd peAml6tlon o^ thz SupeAlntzndznt o^ thz school, to tzt them ojttznd 
thz £uneAaZ oi a ^Aiznd. Thz lait that woi &zzn oi thz two ladi they weAZ heading towoAd 
thzAA homz 40 milzi away. V.ztjuAn o^ thz two boy6 wai, expected untiZ thz btizzoAd itAuck 
that tzction o^ thz countAy. Thzn anxZoai poAzntt and iKlzndii, bzcamz aZafmzd a& to thzVi 
wheAzabouti. SzoAching poAtizi weAZ onganlzzd and thz teoAch covzAzd zvzAy nook and 
AavZnz {^OK miZzi oAoand but thz z^^oAti o^ thz tiAztz&6 tzoAchzAi) weAe ^KuuXlz&i . 

Thz two boy6 weAZ ^ound MaAch 23/id, onz nuZz apafit. Thz youngz&t boy, zvtdzntZy 
Intended to Kzach a hayitack juit beyond thz {^zncz. Hz nzveA fizachzd thz hayttack, bujt 
Initzad lAozz to death a jjew; izzt {^Kom thz £zncz. Thz oZdzit bAothzA, agz 12, uiandeAzd 
anotheA miZz and attemptzd to do thz tamz thing. He AoZZzd undeA thz ^encz and laZd 
theAz untiZ inxizzn to death. Bz{,on.z pAoczzdlng thz otdzA bfwthzn. tAied to make hit 
bAothzn gzt up but hit z^^oAtt weAe O)} no avalZ. 

Thz bodlzi weAZ buAizd In thz {^amlZy cemzteAy at Hot-iman thlt wzzk neoA thz homz 
thz tUttZz boyi toaght In thz ttoAm. 

That tuch youngttzAt would have bzzn able to coveA to many mlZzt oi walking at tAackt 
they ha\jz le^t wouZd Indlcatz, It mutz tzttimony to thzln. IndomiXable pluck and dztznmln- 
atlon to ilnd tomz thzltzn. iKom thz ttoAm. Thzln. ^ootttzpi havz bzzn tAaczd {,on. a 
d-lttancz o^ bztwzzn 35 and 40 mltzi . 

ThAough alZ thz teAfUbZz hoAdthlpt and tu^^zAlng o^ thz awf^uZ j'ouAney thetz two 
tittle boyt clung togeXheA In andznt hzlp^ulnztt to each othzA. 

Thz iatt they weAZ tzzn wot when thzy wznt oveA thz hltt ^Aom thz Agzncy hand In 
hand thAough the tunthlnz o(^ thz baZmy a^tzAnoon hzadzd joy{,ully In thz dlAzctlon o^ 
thzlA homz, thelA {^zzt uAgzd on upon thz loAblddzn advzntuAZ by thz pangt 0|J homztlck- 
nztt . Thzy wzAz tuch llttZz ^zZZowt . 

VaAknztt had no tzAAoA ^oA them that wot gAzat znough to dAivz them back to thz 
tchool agalntt tiizlA zagzAnztt to Aeach homz. Joyoutly thzy pAZitzd on. At thz ilAtt 
iluAAy oif thz ttoAm iatt bz^oAz midnight, pznhapt thzy thought o£ theZtzA, thelA heoAtt 
to bz thAown Into a panic to toon a{^tzA by thz iuZZ £uAAy of^ thz btizzoAd Aaglng about 
them. Clutching each otheA In the ^acz o^ the whJXz death that gAayed the blacknztt o(, 



ihz nlghX, the. cunning o^ theAJi Jlclcz -en m&eXing. NcUuAz'i mood6 uAge.d them on to iiyid. 
4ome \u.nd. Of$ iikzZtVi. 

Thzy begem {^Aantiz itohb^ng, itumbZZng izanch ^ofi onz o^ the. hay4,tack6 thzy knew 
weAe aboat, ok pe/ihapi the. lotitojuj home, oi an Indian {^amlZy. 

CheeAing each othen. a& be^t thzij might, the. bJiavz otdeA. bKothtn. mui&t have been o(, 
heAoZc 4,ta^{^ {^ofi he httped the. tittle. ieJilow along all tho^z weafiy, hopele^i, miZzi until 
thz tittztit chap could go no ^uAthzn. 

Lying down to KoZl undeA a wlAz izncz thz tittle boy couldn't get to hit {^zzt 
again. UtteAly exhamtzd thz fieJbxxation o^ kis contact with thz eoKth, mait havz 
lulZzd hJjn Into thz ilzzp o^ death. 

How thz oldzn. bKothzn. mait havz callzd and tuggzd and pleadzd wtth thz llttlz tad 
to tJuj again, to go on, to an&wzfi him In thz wind. 

What a tnagedy o^ childhood was uvcoaght thzAz upon thz pfvalnlz, only a £ew ^zzt {^fiom 
thz ihelteM. thz boyi iought bat did not know and could not izz OK ^Ind. 

Finally hz mait havz glvzn up anaJilz to wakzn oK ll^t thz boy. Ok pzKhapi hz woA 
blown 0|{i{ Into thz itoKm by thz galz, and dKl^tlng bzfiOKz thz wind took poAtlng oi hl& 
llttlz bKothzK uncon&cloai In thz inow. 

Hz wandzKzd on ioK anothzK mlZz whzKz hz ^ound anothzK {^zncz zncloilng hay and hz 
met hi& znd Indzntlcally a6 hl£ bnothzK had donz hli, body being ^ound In thz open bztwzzn 
thz {,zncz and thz neoKby ^,tack& o^ hay, a^tzK hz had KoUzd andzK thz itKand o^ wIkz. 

Thz homz o^ thz boy£ wa& neoK La Plant, noKthuz&t o^ Chzyznnz Agency, which Im 
locat.zd on thz IM&aouaI RIvzk acKo&i thz FoKzit City. 

Thz bodlzi WZKZ ^ound In thz opzn KZizKvatlon countKy almoi>t due we^t o^ thz Agzncy 
and nzaKZK Mo6iman, than thzlK home town o^ La Plant. Upon thz windblown pKolAlz thz 
wind dKi^tzd thelK {^ootpKlrvU Into tKack& that Kzmalnzd cleoA enough to havz bzzn plckzd 
up cut many points they tKavzK&zd on thzlK almlz6& way. Bloodhounds which wzKZ bKought 
to go upon thz ^>cznt, wzKZ unablz to follow In thz snow a £ejw dags a^tzK thz stoKm and 
since thzn thz SZOKch has bzzn contlnuzd undzK thz dljizction o£ SupzKlntzndant Mu.n/1.0 until 

thz bodlzs WZKZ ^oand. Slsszton CooKizK. 

HANKWSON NEWS . «»««««»»♦««» ^p^^ ,9^ ,923 

TWO TT^AGEPIES IW ROBERTS COUNTY 

?9 YzoK Old Boy Sulcidz at HcumeK, 4 YzoK Old VKownzd In Czsspool At Neui Ef^^lngton 

Theo, R. Vahl Takzs Own Li^z... 
TheodoKz Rooszvelt Vahl, nineteen yzaK old son o^ ChoAlzs Vahl o^ HammeK, was 
killed by thz dlschoKgz OiJ a shotgun In his own hands Tuesday just a^tzK noon. Hz was 
In thz habit o^ slzzplng latz moKnlngs and had axiszn at about hZs usual houK, elzvzn 
o'clock. Hz woKkzd about thz yoKd until dlnneK tlmz when hz atz a heoKty meal, got up 
{)Kom thz table, whistled a ^ew baKS {^Kom a populoK tune, and went down In thz baszmznt. 
A ijew minutes txtzK thz Kzst o£ thz iamULy who had not {^Inishzd eating heoKd thz mu^^^lzd 
KzpoKt 0^ a shotgun, and going down {^oand his body stKztchzd out on thz ilooK with his 



iJeC/t agcuinit the. imlt oi the, coat fvoom, and tiiz gan, a ilngZe. boAAeJi twelve, gauge tying 
bztwze.n hJj> cAOMe,d {^zet. Evidently hz had placzd thz mazzZz o^ thz gun In hJj> mouth, 
and thz choAgz toKZ out thz fLOO^ oi hJjt mouth, and thz czntzn. of, hii {^oiehzixd, and thz 
iKont paAt 0)5 thz ikuZZ. Thz County AuthofuXlzi at Stiizton uieAz notl{i-Lzd and upon thz 
aAAAxaZ oi Vfi. Loni>tKzth, Vzputy SheA^{i^ HlndzA and Ju^ticz ?fu.ndl\;UJiz, a coKonzn't, 
juAy constating 0(J 6. A. Rud, IvzJi SkjzZ&tad and Cai>pex Holman waj, impaneZtzd, and dzcldzd 
that kli dzath woi izi{t tn^Ztctzd and Zntznttonat. 

Tzddy, a& hz wai commonly knouin, woA a vzAy dhzzAlut, alwayi a jotty loht o^ a boy, 
uitXh a happy-go-lucky diipoilXion and appoAzntly mXhout a coAz In thz wofild. By thoiz 
who knzw htm well, 4>ach an act a6 taking hii own ll{,z wa6 con6ldeAzd onz ol thz molt un- 
likely things posilblz. T){ hz had any KZjoson {^oK being dupondznt hz czfitalnly nzvzA. 
ihowzd tX, and thz night bz^oKZ hli dzath wai with a company o^ {^AlzndA . Hz was vzAy pop- 
aloA among hli young ^^endi, and unlz&s hz Izi^t i,omz mziiagz which has not yet bzzn 
^ound to explain his tuash action, It valtl be hoAd to bellzvz that hz Kzaliy Intzndzd to 
takz his own ll^z. 

Thz lunzAol was held last Thufisday ^Aom thz UldoAOS ChuKch and thz Kzmalns laid to 
Azst bzsldz his mothzA who pKZCzzdzd him to thz gAavz o^ a couplz Oj$ months. 

BABE'S TRAGIC EMV 
A tZMAlblz t/iagzdy vlsltzd this community Monday a{^teMnoon, whzn GeJuild Vahl, thz 

{^ouA yzoA old son o^ Ma., and Mas. Anton Vahl met dzath by falling Into a pooAly covzAzd 

czjSS pool. Mas. Vahl mlsszd thz child about I PM and Inmzdlatzly madz szaAch {,0A him as 

hz was nzvzA known to wandzA ioA {^Aom hzA sldz. About thz f^lASt placz shz lookzd (^oA him 

was thz czss pool, but as thz covzA had ^allzn back Into placz It szemzd ImpAobablz that hz 

was thzAz, so thz szoAch was extended thAough the nelghboAhood, and as thz aloAm spAzad 

moAZ and moAz pzoplz joined In thz seoAch. About 6 PM thz ilAZ ala/m was soundzd and 

callzd out to help to ^Ind the llXtle {^ellow and evzAy f^oot o^ gAound {^oa mites In zvzAy 

dlAzcXlon wai combzd. Mzantlmz szvzAal peASons had Zl^ted up thz covzA on thz cesspool, 

but no thoAough szoAch o^ Hi twelve ^oot dzpth had bzzn madz until about eight o'clock PM 

whzn H. M. Kleven pAocuAed a long booAd and bAought thz body of^ littlz GzAald to thz suA{acz. 

It was a tzAAlble moment ioA the {,amlly a{^teA the long a^tzAnoon o^ stAoln and woAAy 
to have thelA woASt ^eoAS so tzAAlbly con^lAmzd. lliz was zxtlnct bzyond hopz 0($ Aesu&clt- 
atlon whzn thz boy was ^ound. Thz Indications axe thai the child In wandeAlng about the 
yaxd saw the boaAd coveA oH thz pool and tipping -it upon zdgz walkzd undzA It Into thz 
holz, thz COVZA again falling back Into placz covenlng all tAaczs oi thz accldznt. 

Hz was thz youngzit, thz doAllng of, thz zntlAZ {,amlty, and his untimely dzath Is thz 
cause o{, most polngent gAlef^. The shocked community Is anxious to AendzA whatzvZA aid and 
sympathy posslblz. It Is anothex oi those tzAAlblz and uszlzss sacAi^lczs oi human lliz to 
human coAzlessness . A couple o£ nails In the top of^ that death tAap would have saved thz 
U-iz oi GzAold Vahl. Let us look and watch {,oA thjj, soAt oi mznacz and txy to avzAt any 
iuAthzA such hoAAlblz accldznts. 



The. ianeAol wcu hald FfUday af^teAnoon {\A.om Hon ChuAck at one. o'diocb. TnteAment 
Mill be made at the cemeteAy two mU.ej> voeJit oi HaJLvoK Olen'i>. 
HANKINSON NEWS ...New EUington Recofid; kpfUl 26, 1923 

M^. and hiKi. F/vank ZimmeAman Ze.^t TueJiday moAntng (,ofL Tfitepofit, MW., tn n.eJ>pon&e to 
a meMage annoanCAJig the death o{j tiie latteA'6 motheA, Wil>. Stelnke. Ufu>. Stelnke had 
tiexizhed the Atpe old age o^ 74 yeoAi and thz Zmmzdlate came o^ heA death wom due to heoAt 
tAoable. 

SAP PEATH OF YOUNG MOTHER 

One 0({ the ladde^t e.\jev\tj> tn the hUtoAy 0)$ Gxeat Bend uxu the death 0($ Mw . A. C. 
Lubznow which occuAAzd Tfu.day manning, kpnJUL 27th, at haZ^ poMt 4 even o'clock a{^teA many 
month6 o{i ia{i{,eAing and a bfiavz battle, to oveAcome the inAoadi od the atlment. HzoAt 
tAoable Mat, the immediate couie 0){ death, and ihe had been steadily Raizing ion. the pa&t 
iix weefei . 

Veceoied was bonn at BloomiviZlz, WT., Moi/ 24th, 1S93, vohene &he g4.cw to womanhood. 
On ApAil 17, 1912, ihe wa4 manAied to A. C. Luhtnow 0($ Gneat Bend, and o{i tkli anion tA)o 
ckildAen iuAvive. . .Vincent, agzd 9 and Nonton, aged 5. HeA moAAied tiie o^ eleven yeoAi 
woi ipent in Gneat Bend and ifie endeoAzd heAiel^ to evenyone by heA many womanly vintixeM. 
Not a neiident oi$ the village but. ^elt heA untimely death to be a peAionaZ beAeavement. 
She took an active inteAtit in all school, chuAch and 6ocial a^aiAS and wilt be iadty 
miMed. 

Bej,ide the itnicken hu.6band and tittle ckildAen leit moth.eAleM , deceoied iA iun- 
vived two bnotheAi and two 6i£teA&: Entck BoAtell oi Gneat Bend, Max Bantell oi Oiko^h, 
WI., Mw. Albent Kemp{^ o{t Uonnlion City, Wl . , and Ulki, Lonle UilleA oi Ctintjonville, WI. 

TuneAJxl 4>eAvicz& weAe. held Monday, Apnil 30th, at the. Evangelical ChuAch o^ which 
deceased wa& a devout membeA. The. tdllice. wa6 iilled oveAilowing with {^nlendi a&iembled 
to pay theln {^inal tnlbute to one. who wa6 univen&aZZy beloved. The ieAvicu wene conducted 
by Rev. Bnewz 0|$ (UyndmeAe and the. pall beoAeAi weAe Elnoy WonneA, H. A. Gollnick, Adolph 
Beting, Fned Gellz, Simon Vo^ch and Joih Bechtel. Intenment was made in the Evangelical 
CemeteAy. 
HANKWSON NEWS ************ May 3, 1923 

BOY VROWNS IN REV RIVER SUNVAV 
VoAing ley WateAi oi Red Riven Von FiA&t Swim 0({ VeoA ....Wiltiam Vucept Vnowm 
The tnechzAoui wateAi o{, the Red Riven claimed a victim hene Sunday when William 
Vucept, boy itudent o{i the Government Indian School, lank within it6 depths. 

Vucept died a& the ne^ult o($ disobeying ondeAi>. He had gone to the niveA with 
otheA boyi oi the ichool with peAmiM>ion ojj thz dt&ciptinanlan to do so, but had been 
admontihed not to go in swimming. Unable to ne£i&t the tuAe oi the wateA on the wanm 
a^teAnoon, Vucept itnlpped kimield 0|J ht& clothti and plungzd in. 



Vace.pt Mca a good iMimmzfi, but tht coZd mattfi {^tiom wklch the. Zcz had gone onZif a 
£ew dayii beiJoAe, combZnzd uuXh the. hejVLty zvznZng mzaZ he had eaX.e.n and the txe/ution 
hz had undzAgone on ka> way to the ^iwnming ptacz, uvioaght havoc. Ovztcomz by cAamp^ 
hz 4anfe iKom iZght. a& fu4 comparU.on& , poMeAZzi>6 to cud hAjn, watchzd, 

Vaczpt woi not the only boy who had gonz Znio thz watzA, bat thz othzu wzAZ too 
Ian. away to comz to kii a66<J>tancz. Thz boyi, on thz bank wzfiz anabtz to -iuion. Thziy 
WZA.Z {^Z&kLng when Vuczpt had gonz Into thz wateA, and thzy had caZtzd to htm to kzzp 
6hy OjJ thzAJi iiih hook&, £0 hz had gonz loJitkeJi oat. Hz wai> not i>o iari, howzvzA, that 
thzy ^aiZzd to hean. htm gfwan ai thz cAump^ ovztcamz klm and thzy calZzd out to htm, 
oi ktng him t^ hz waj, tn tfioabZz. 

"let me alonz," Vuczpt aniwztzd back, "I'm att Klght." Izii, than a mtnatz laJtzA, 
without havtng Cilzd oat {^on. heZp, hz iank. 

Whzn Vuczpt ^attzd to appzoA again kU, companion!) became ^fitghtenzd, tz^t thziA 
{itihtng and hjxn back to thz ichoot, a diitancz o^ about a quoAtzA o£ a mtiz. Thz 
dliciptinoAijan, EmiZ Zznion, wai, on hZi, way to town and spying him, thzy hufiAtzd a^toA 
him to tzZZ 0^ thz tAagzdy. 

SupeAA.ntzndznt Smith wai at thz F066 M. E. ChuAch and had ja&t completed giving a 
talk to mzmbeM o{i thz Epuiofith lza.gaz ai a poAt oi{ thziA Sunday pfiogfiam whzn Ma. Benion 
cuune into thz chafich and appAotizd him 0^ what happznzd. 

SupeAintzndznt Smtth hoitznzd back to thz ichoot, oAgantzzd a izoAchtng poAty o^ 
thz mzn empZoyzd and oZdeA boy!,, and oikzd thz Wahpeton VoU.cz VzpoAtmznt to Zznd 
a&ititancz in izoAcKing ^OA thz boy' 6 body. 

Young Vuczpt had bzzn a itudznt 0^ thz school ioA about thAzz yzoAi, . He wai, a 
quiet, AzkzAvzd ^eZZow, popaZnA with htl, companion^ and wzZZ thought of^ by tho.iz who 
knew him. He had woAkzd himieZ^ up to thz captaincy 0^ one o{, thz compantzi into 
which thz boy itadznti 0^ thz ichooZ OAZ oAqanlzzd and wai, hoZdlng that poittlon whzn 
thz tAagzdy occuAAzd. 

Thz Zad wai, about T5 yzoAi, oZd. He woi oi Cazz and TAznch descent and had comz 
hzAz {^Aom thz TuAtZz Mountain Azs,eAvatlon in noAthzAn Month Vakota. Hli, paAznti oAz 
dzad, but hz hoi ititzAi and bAothzAi living. 

HAWfCIWSOW WEWS Wa/ipe^on G^obe f^ay 3, T9Z3 

BERNARD MAUER CALLEV 

BzAnoAd MoueA, a Az&ldznt oi Hankln&on ^OA 21 yzoAi,, died at hli homz In tha, city 
at 10:35 Wzd. moAnlng, ai thz Az&ult of, a itAokz oi poAolyili, agzd 60 yzoAi . Vzcexiizd 
wai {^lAit itAlckzn thz day following ChAlitmai but naZZlzd and wai abZz to be aboat 
town up to about a coupZz oi dayi bz^oAZ thz znd. He madz a bAavz iight to livz bat in vain. 

Vzcea^zd wai a natlvz oi KuJitAJua, boAn Aug. 15th, 1S63. ThzAz hz gAew to manhood 
and wai moAAlzd to EUzahzXh SchellzA who iuAvivzi him. In company with a ZoAgz colony 
lAom thz iomz nzighbonhood In Aai tnta, thz family ImmlgAatzd to Amznlca in 1S92, locat- 
ing In Hanklnion, whzAz M^. MaaeA ioUowzd hlz tAjxdz o^ a ihoemakzA, ^oA many yzaAi. 

Thz following chlZdAzn iunvlvz him: f.{Ai. John BomrnzAibach o^ thii city; Wii. Kath- 



eAlm Mc CaUjuun o{, St. Paul; Ufi&. Ro6Z SchelleA o{, thii cJXy; John MoueA, St. Paul; 
Ladlbloiii UaueA OjJ thii, cJMj) Ffiank MoueA 0($ St. LoluU, MO; VztzA MaueA o{, tJiZi cJMj . 
kit uJZAt homz duJU/iQ tkz lent daij& oi thziA icithtu, exctpt Tfuxnk and Uu . Mc CaZlum. 

fecezLiecf waj> a qultt man OjJ &xceLie.nt KZ.pataXA.on and hit ton wWi be kzznly {^elt 
by many old {^AA.md6 . He loai a dzvoat mzmbzA. 0)$ the. CatkotLc ChuAch and alio bzlongzd 
to thz Cathotic OxdeA o^ ToKeJ>tznj>. Tkz {,anz>mZ (mJU. be hzld Friday mon.nA.ng at 10 AM 
w-lth izAvtczi at St. PkLllp'6 ChoAck. JntzAmznt mJUi be madz In thz Catholic CzmztzAy. 
HANKTNSON NEWS ************ fj{ay TO, J923 

MRS. PRANK WITTE PIES SUWENLV 
Paiizd Away at EfLZchznAldgz HoiplXaZ Thii ^^onJ^lng PolZowtng OpzAotxon 

HankAn&on pzoplz vozAz ihockzd tkU, moining whzn woKd came that Un.l> . Pfuank Witt 
had dtzd at thz BAzckznAA.dgz Hospital ^oZtoMtng an opzAatlon. Shz woi takzn to thz Hoip- 
IXal j'ait a wzzk ago, iappoizd to be iui^^^z'u.ng {^Kom galZitonzs . That hzA condition Mai, 
euen caaXIcoI wo* unknown to hzJi {^fu-znde, hzAz antlZ wofid camz that ihz had paiizd avoay. 
Ufi. Witt wa& ujlth kzA at thz hospital. 

Owing to abizncz o{, mzjmbzA6 o^ thz family Thz NEWS hjtl, been unablz to izcuJiz data 
don. an ob/MuUiy. Vzczxuzd wai> about 40 yzau 0)$ age, thz only child o^ John Stopplzman, 
and hzA ll{,z up to thz -time od hzA maAAlagz ilx yzxvUi ago, to UJi. Witt wai ipznt In ULnn- 
Z6ota. Shz l6 iuA.\jlvzd by hzfi husband and onz itzp-daughtzA, Lydla and thz agzd ^athzA. 

Shz wai a mothz/iLy woman and a kind nzlghboA, bzZovzd by alt who znjoyzd hzA acqu- 
alntancz. 

Thz body li bzlng brought ovzn. (^Aom BnzckznAldgz In thz Wlppzjman HzaA&z today, 
and nothing will be known ai to thz {^unzAot ariAangzmznti until. M^. WlXt oAAlvzi hoAZ. 
HANKINSOH NEWS ************ Uay ]0, 1923 

Thz body o^ WltUam Vuczpt, thz tzzn ichool itadznt dAownzd In thz Red RlvzA at 
Wahpzton a wzzk ago Sunday, wai dcicovzAzd toit Pnlday haZ^ a mlZz down thz nlvzA ^nom 
whzAz thz drowning occufizd. Thli zndzd a ^Ivz day izoAch (,0A thz body, which wai latzA 
ihlppzd to thz homz OjJ hli poAznti at RolZa, NV., ^on. buAlal. 
HANKWSON NEWS ************ lAay 10, 1923 

MRS. PRANK WITT 

Thz (^unzAoZ izAvlcz^ ^OA Hu . PAank Witt, who dlzd vzAy iaddznly at thz Bnzckzn- 
nldgz HoipltaZ Ixut weefe, wai hzld at thz LuthzAan ChuAch In Hanklmon lait Sunday a^^tzA- 
noon, Rzv, J. P. KlauilzA oxidating. Thz chuAch wai wzlZ {,llZzd with ioAAowlng inlzndi 
and nzlghboAi who camz to pay thzlt lait tAlbutz o{^ honoK and fizipzct. Thz pallbzoAZAi 
wzAZ Ennzit StzlnwzlA, Guit SchuZtz, RobzAt Ilztlow, PAank IlzXlow, WlZtlam Knaaak and 
WllLiam PzlpzA. 

Louliz ChAlitlnz Auguita Witt, nee Stoplzman, whoiz ikztch wai bfilz^ly chAonlclzd 
In lait wzzk'i NEWS, wai boAn In BzlZz Plalnz, UN., on Oct. 12th, 1SB3, and wai thz only 
dajxghtzA o^ John Stoplzman. HzA ll{^z up to thz tlmz o{, hzA maAhJjagz about ilx yzjXAi ago 



to Thjank WZtt woi iptnt In lUnnuota.. 

M/Li . Witt had btQ.n aZting {^ofi iomt timz and on Uay 2nd, ihz woi takzn to th? 
BA.zckznMj,dgt Ho^pZtal and a. {^ew dayi Zntt/i andznwe.nt an opzuatlon. On Uay 10th, jtut 
thfizz. dauji a^tzA the, opeAotion, the. ^ZnaZ summons wai ioundiid and thz znd ccunz, HeA 
tAjan^itlon woi pzaaz^ul and quitt. Like. the. 6o{,t mu/umuA o£ a ipfiing ztphijK htn. paKZ 
ipiAAX oAoiz ($A.om thz t/Jizd, woKn moKtaZ. hoiL6z that had bzzn iX& abiding placz {^01 
iofitij yzofii, and anothzA biAth i.nta thz highzA tL^z wa6 izzondzd. 

M^ . Tfiank WiXt wa& a g^umd good woman, who6Z gzntZznz&s , nobility and puAiXy od 
ckohjactzA wzJiz moit {^uUbj andzutood by thoiz who fenew hzA bz6t. HzA. hand6 wzAZ ^iZtzd 
wiXh gi{iti, hzA hzjOAt aboundzd -ui gKaczi,; hzfi gzntZz pfizdzntz and hzn. kindly miniAtAati.on& 
wiZt be ioAzZy ml&^zd by many but moKZ ZipzciaZty by thoiz with whom 6hz camz in pzAionat 
contact. Hzn. tL^z i>aggz^t6 Tznnyion'^ bzauutif^uZ poem: 

Sunizt and zvzni-ng itoK, And onz cZzoA caJX £oK mz, 

And may thzAz be no moaning o{i thz bat, Whzn I put out to AZa, 

TwiLight and zvznZng bzll, And a{^tzfi that thz dafik, 
And may thzAz be no 6adnZ66 o^ {^oAzwelZ, Whzn I zmbaAk, 

Bat iuch a ttdz ai moving izzm& a&tzzp, Too iulZ {^oK iound and {^oam. 

Whzn that which dJiew inom out thz boundlzii dzzp, TuAn& again homz. 
FoA. though ^A-om out ouA boA.nz OfJ timz and placz, Thz ilood may bzoA me {^ax, 
I hope to 4ee my pilot ^acz to ({ace, Whzn I havz cAoiizd thz ban.. 

MAi. Fnank Witt ij, iuJivivzd by hzn. huiband and itzp-daughtzn. and hzn agzd {^otheA, 
Thz ionAowing hu&band and AzZativzi havz thz iinczAZ&t sympathy o^ theJji many {^Aiznd^ . 
HANKINSON NEWS ************ May 17, I9Z3 

Ma.. C. E. Dick ha& AzceA.vzd woKd oi thz death ApniZ 11th o{, an Unclz, M^. RobzAt 
Vick 0() SanboAn, TA. Ha. Vi.ck'6 Unclz, who wai 76 yzaA6 old, had bzzn a nztiidznt 0|$ 
SanboAn ^on 37 yzaA6, 

HAmiNSON NEWS ************ Hay 17, 1923 

FRANK HEVENWALVT ANSWERS SUmONS 
?Aomlnznt GAzzndalz Fanmzn VoMzd Away Tuesday UoAnlng A^tzA ShonX lllnzi,i> 

Fnank Hzdznuoaldt, a natlvz o{, Richland County, died at hli homz in CAzzndale Town- 
ihi.p at 5 M^ Tuziday {^Aom tubzn.culo6iJ> of^ thz ki.dnzyi> a^tzA an illnzii oi two wzzki , agz 
45 yejoAi, 5 montki and 30 dayi . WhiZz hz had iu{,{iZAzd {^Aom thz dZiza&z ioA iomz tanz. 
It woA not gznzAolly known that hii condition wa6 cnltlcal and neioi oi hi^ dzatix wot a 
izvznz ihock to ki& wZdz ciAclz 0($ (^nltndt, thAoughout tha> izctZon o{, thz countny. 

VzceoAzd woi a 6on o^ Ha, and Ma^. FzAdinand Hzdznwaldt o^ tha> city and wai bonn 
in ?>zZioAd Townihip on Vzc. 50th, 1879. ThzAZ hz gAZJW to manhood and on HoAch 10th, 1904, 
hz wai, moAALzd to BzAXha Pankow, who iUAvivzi him. Shontly a{^tzA thz manAiagz, thz young 
couplz movzd to a {^oJm which thz gAoom puAcha&zd In GAZzndalz Towmhip and thznz thzy 
AZiidzd up to thz timz o^ hli death . 



Be^^dei the. agzd pcLn.e.nti, and the. ^tA^ckzn uxif^z, deceoied -ci iuAu-cved by thAdz child- 
Keji: ktf^Kzd and Thzodoxz, ionl,; and Efma, daughtzA. Thtn.t OAZ alio e^ight bfiotkeAi and 
^-UttU: AJLbzfut oi la Mau, WittLam o^ MoAan, UfU. John Bacfe of. La Uau , Otto o{i Mo-tan, 
Gu6tav 0^ BzZ^ofid, Htfman o^ EJiightuJood, Augait and Harouj, Txtd o^ Siee£man, Soife. 

Vzcza^zd ujas on ZnduLit^u.oa& and thAX^ty doAmzA, a ZovAjig husband and a \u.nd and induJL- 
gent iatheA. Hli> untumZy dojatk Zi mouAnzd by ^coKZ6 oi lfu.zndi> thuoaghouX tfvi& panX o^ thz 
coantxy. 

Thz ^unzKoZ wUJi bz hztd today, with bfu.zi 4eAv-c.ce4 at thz homz in GlzzrdaZz ioZZowzd 
by AZAvZczi) at: thz LuXhznjin ChuAck o^ uikLch dzczoizd uxu a dzvout and JLi{,z-long membz^. 
Rev. J. P. KZaiulzA uxilZ bz -in chajigz and thz patt bzoxzuit voUJi bz Robzfct Vumkz, Txzd \Jzdd- 
Zfi, Cka&. Etadow, JR., AZ^Azd ?Kochnou}, HzAman Mzdznuialdt, and Eduiin PankoM. Jnte/mznt 
mZt bz in thz LuthzAon CzmztzAy. 

HAmWSOM NEWS ************ Hay 31, 1923 

VEATH OF MRS. F.F.MC GRAY 

Wm. H. Mc Gfiay Azazivzd a mzi-6agz Sunday announcing thz dzath of, ku mothzA, h{A& . 
F. F. McGKoy, at hzA homz in St. VojuJi at 10 AM that moAning. Thz iad newi come aj, a 
complztz iufipHA^z 04 it woi known hzAZ that ihz wai cAiticatiy iZZ although hzn. hzoLth 
had not been oi thz bz&t ion. thz pai,t couplz oi yzxuit, . 

VzczoMzd wai boKn in Ohio 72 yzoAi ago but thz zoAZy yzoAi o^ hzA moA/iizd tl^z wzAz 
/tpznt at ?Kz&cott, WT. Thz iamlty camz to Hankin&on ^fiom that pZacz on ApfuZ 25th, 1S95, 
and Ion. li^tzzn yzjvU) occapizd thz ia/im two miZz& zait o^ town. In 1910 thzy movzd back 
to ?AZ6cott and thAzz yzoAi latzA Wi. Mc Gnmf acquiAzd a gAoczAy buj,inzi,i, in St, Paul and 
thzy movzd to that city whzfie. thzy havz iZncz Az&idzd. 

Vzcza&zd wa6 wzZZ. known among thz zanZy iztttzn/, hzAz and thz sympathy o^ thz comm- 
unity gozi out to thz bzAzavzd ontl, . Ez&idz^ thz huiband, dzczcazd -ci 6uAvi.vzd by thtzz 
gAown childAzn; Wm. H. Mc Gnay o^ thl& placz, MA4 . J. C. Woodhouiz o{, St. Paul and Ua& . 
Jo&. J. GAzzn, who ha& made hzA homz with hzA poAznti ^incz thz dzath o^ hzA huiband a 
coupZz oi yzoAS, ago. 

Wm. Mc Gnjxy Iz^t on lOS Tuziday to attznd thz iunzAoZ. which, was hzM at PAZicott, 
WJ., on fjJzdnz&day at 10 AM. 
HANKWSON MEWS ************ j^^^ j4^ ,923 

MRS. WILLIMf WESTPHAL HEART FAILURE l/ICTIM 

Pionzzn. Rziidznt Pa&6zd Away A^tzA Tttnz&^> o^ LziJ> Than Two H0UA6.... 

Thz iuddzn and unzxpzctzd dzath o^ M/l4 . Wm. Wz&tpahZ, which occJUAAzd ^Aom hzant 
iailuAz at thz family homz Juit nonth o^ town, at 1:05 AM Tuz&day, camz oa a gnzat 
ihock to hzA many inlzndi thtoughout thJj, pant o^ thz county. Shz wai) In appoAznt good 
hzalth upon nztlAlng but aAouizd hzA huiband at 11 Pf^ and a doctoA wai iuimonzd. LittZz 
couZd bz donz to Azlizvz hzA condition, howzvzA, and 4hz pa&izd away pzacz^ulZy at 1:05, 
joit two houxi tatzA. Shz had bzzn iu^^ZAtng iZlghtty ^nom hzaAt tAoubtz ilncz fzbnuaAy 

but hzA condition wai not conildzAzd iznloui and lait Sunday ihz joinzd mmbzu o(, thz 



{^amllij on an outing to OntonviZZt, appoAtntty ^njoy-Lng thz outing. 

MathiZda Ttibtlkofin wai boA.n in GeAmany, Feb. 12th, 1863, and czlzbn.ate.d /icA 
iixtlttk biAthday the. pa&t m.ntzA. Sfie g^ew to womanhood in thz {^atkufdjind, ijvmigAoting 
to AmeAica ujhzn 6hz u)ai IS ytafii old. Sfte fizmaimd at Baltimore., MP., (^OK thAzz monthi,, 
tktn itoAtzd ^on. thz u)Ut, 4>zttZing at B/izckznAidge., MN, wkeAz hhz wa6 osnptoyzd Ion. two 
yzaA6 . Mzantimz, hzfi pafiznti had {^ottowtd hzK to AmeAtca and tocatzd on a homutzad in 
EAA.ghtiAiood Townihtp, in the. iandhtZJLi, nztghbonkood, Thz daughtzA joinzd thz (^cunily and 
on UoAch 9th, 1S83, wai ma/ifiizd to WiZtlam WzitphaZ. Thz tattzA had puAchoizd, ^A.om 
ChaAZzi Hzin, a tAzz cZaim fiztinqutihmznt and ^iZzd on a homzitzad on thz qaantzn. 0!$ land 
ju.it nofith oi Haniztnion whzAZ thz ^anily hai KZiidzd zvzA iZncz. 

TkOitzzn dkiZdJizn blziizd thz union, tzn 0|$ whom OAZ living: Juliu.1, E. 0(5 PaZzAjno, 
W., Hznman C, o^ Wahpzton, Uu . hnzLia. Stzin and Mw . Thzo Tizgi ol thli city; lUiZtiam 
who ii on a {^aAm 6outh o^ EAzckzinAtdgz, M/l4. Etiiz Bladow and Uu . Uinntz Stach, who 
AZiidzi, in thti vizinitij. AAthuA, Ida and lAvin, at homz, Shz Izavzi no nzoA Kzlativzi 
with thz zxczption of, thz haiband and chiI.dA.zn. 

All. 0^ thz chiZdAzn anz homz don thz lunznaZ. A 6on-in-law o^ dzczaizd. Taut 
Itzgzlman, and two chil.dn.zn afiz hzKZ, aJU>o, {tiom Anajmoo6Z, WP. 

M-w . Wzitphal wot a thoroughly good woman and a iplzndtd chAt&tlan chaAactzfi. HzK 
chnt&ttaniJtif woi a paAt o{, hzA daHij ti^z and ihz wai, a ktndty nzighboK, a {^aithdal wi{,z 
and an idzaZ mothzA. HzA dzath ij, a distinct lo6i not only to thz iamiZy but to thz 
zntiAz community and thz iympathjy oi all gozi, out to thz bzAzavzd onzi. 

Thz {^unzAol will be hzZd Tntday a{itzAnoon with tZAvlczk by V.zv. C. ObzAdoz&tzA at 
thz home at 1:30 and at thz chuAch at 2 o'clock. Thz palZbzaAZAi, aAZ Hznjnan Kzmkz, Frank 
Tizgi, , Wm, VzddzA, CoaZ Tiggz, FAzd WohnzA and Caul Buckhou.6z. IntzAmzrvt will bz madz in 
thz Evangelical CzmztzAy. 

HAhlKWSON NEWS ************ j^^^^ 74^ J923 

BOY VRAGGEV TO VEATH 

One 0(J thz tzn yzoA old twin iom o{i G. A. UlAtch, prominent {^ajmzA neoA Whzaton, 
was dragged to dzath whzn hz ieJil oH a hone and hU ioot wai, caught. The lad wai riding 
thz hone in drom thz iizld, and on dtimounting, hti loot became znmej,hzd in thz harnzii . 
He ieZl and {^rtghtened thz honz which Ajxn away, Thz boy dtzd a ^ew houAA a{,ter the accident. 
HANKWSON NEWS ******** * * * * j^„^ 74^ 79^3 

l-lLii Grace JaegeA Iz^t Tuziday {,or St. Cloud where ihe went to attend the ^unzral 
o{, her aunt. She wiZl alio viiiX at the home oi her ilitzr, Hn. J. Lemen. 

************ j^^^^ 21, 1923 

FATAL AUTO ACCWENT 
Vera Mead, 1 yenr old Liibon girl, wai imtantly killed when thz Podge can. in whu.ch 
ihz wai a paiizngzr turned turtle near EnglevaZe on Sunday, June 17th. A {,ront tire blew 
out and the car ikidded on a imooth road with iu{i{iictznt ^orcz to turn it over, pinning 

the un^ortunatz girl bznzath. 

HANKINSON NEWS ************ j^^^ ^j ^^^^ 



HARP BOTLEV VESPERAVO KILLS SHERIFF 
Se.n&CLtionoiZ KaILuiq 0){ Abe/uieen Odd-LceA by Voiith^ial Gfiand Fofik& Tough,.,. 

Edu}^n Runt, 20, oi{ E<M^ GAjdnd FoAki , abovut 10 PM Sunday night, ihot and filLizd 
SheAA.{ii L. C. TutkzA 0(5 AbcAdeen, SV., on tfuUn Mo, 10, nzan. Tlnklz'6 aiding, {^ouA 
rrUZu iouXh 0|$ y^ooKdntad, 

FuZktA wa6 taking Ruit to AbcAdeen to £acz ckoKgz^ o{, ioAX deZiveAy, highway 
Kobbtfiy and itcond dtgfitt ioKgzAy, 

Ruu>t, ha.ndciiil(Ld, itfiuck TuZkufi ovsA tho. back oiJ thz hzad, (^fw.cMjJu.Y\g hJj> ikull, 
wheyi thz iheAlf^f^ and Ra6t weAe izate-d on thz tdgz o{, a bzAXh In thz AbzAdzzn ilzzpzt. 
He thzn took two AzvolvzAi ^fvom ¥aZkzA and ihot km twicz, oncz thAough thz hand and 
once tkfLOugh thz bKza&t. 

W-Uh hU ikaZl ifvactuAzd, VuZkzn. iought Ru&t aacoKdcng to Lloyd G. Bucholz, 35 
An&onla ApaAXmznti, Tango, Mho waj, In thz ilzzpzJi. Alt othzfi paHiZngzu weAe in thz 
imoklng Koom o{, thz can. 

PASSENGERS TAKE TRAIL 

Hzanlng thz icuHlz, Bucholz itantzd ion thz i>cznz vohzn hz hzand thz 6hot&, hz 
told auuJthonAjtiu at Wahpzton. Ru6t thzn hzZd Bucholz at bag uxLth thz two gum and 
ondzAzd him to takz thz kzyi> ihom fuZkzA'i, pockztt and unlock thz handcul{^6. 

A{^tzA tMjlng two izti o{t kzyi, rnZthzA o{, which wonkzd, Bucholz woi wonking with 
thz night kzy luhzn Ru6t l6 nzpontzd to havz a&kzd l(^ Bucholz didn't "think IX ad\ili,ablz 
to gzt In a lz66 con&plcloul, placz." At thii timz thz tnoyin woi llovilnQ up {,on thz 
ilding, whznz It wa4 to dztivzK i,upplJ.zJ> to a wonk tn.aln. 

Covznlng Bucholz, and Fnank Gofman, bnakzman, but tahing thz kzy to thz bnaczlztk 
which Mznz itull lockzd, Ruit walked to thz nzan plat{,onm and Izapzd of,^ thz tnatn. 

OiilcJjoli, latzn tnxJuZzd Ru&t acnoii a ilzld oi gn^Un {,on about a thtnd o^ a mU.z, 
whznz hz doublzd back to a noad nannlng zjx&t and wz&t. 

He tnjxvzZzd thai> to thz main highway going Into Moonzhzad, whznz hz hzld up Tnzd 
Olion, Moonzhzad, managzn o^ thz Vlllwonth ValAymzn'6 AiAoclation, tnavzting by auto, at 
thz point 0(5 a gun, to takz him to Hoonhzad, Ruit Iz^t thz can at thz conntn oi Ut Avzn. 
Nonth and 4th St.., Olkon told oHlctaJiii. 

TAKES $1.50 FROM OLSOU 

By thli tlmz thz nzpont had come bacfe to Moonzhzad {^nom FlnkZz, po-iizi wznz ongan- 
Izzd and all availablz ithznlHl, dzputlzi and poticz oif^ldalk oi Tango and Hoonzhzad 
wznz 6coanlng thz (^Izldi iouth 0|$ Hoonhzad, 

Olion iald Ruit took {nom him about $1.50 In change and hli hat, Ruit'i having been 
loit on thz tnain. 

Shzni{^i Tulkzn dizd bz^onz nzaching Bnzckznnidgz. 

ALL NIGHT SEARCH 

SfieAX|$)J Tnzd Knazmzn o{, Can County and Vzputizi, Shznii{i Pztzn Uzlvzy o{, Clay 
County and nzaly 50 dzputlzi whom hz iwonz in and Tango and Moonzhzad policz joinzd in 
an all night izoKch that nzvzalzd no tnacz o{i Ruit, 



EvtfiL) tfLCbln ZzavZng thz tuo caXIu weAe izoAchzd. kuto& wzAz 6znt oat ovzA zvznjj 
fu-gkujcuf to makz a i,ij6tmcutic i,taAch o{, Cciii, CZaij and boxdzAlng cou.ntLz& . SheAA.^^^ Robzn^t 
Mc hLlckazZ o^ Wahpzton oKgarUztd poiiU wfUcJi woKke.d alt night, to no avalt. 

A KzpoAt that a man had been izzn boafuilng No. 2 on the. G^zat. hloAthznn zoaJUj Monday 
A.n UooKzhzad woi vilfizd to Wahpzton and 15 men ^zaAchzd thz tAain on Zt!> afOiZvat thzAz. 

HUNT IS UNAVAILING 

Ez^oKz noon dzpatZz6 A.zpon;tzd back ^Aom EKzckznnZdgz, DztfiOAX, BoAnzivZZtz and 
HJUUUbofw that no tAa.cz o^ Rait had bzzn {^ound and thzn KztuAnzd to Fofigo and UooAzhzad 
ovzK di^{zKznt fioatzi. 

Rait, who -C4 aZ60 known a& B, Jamzi,, was bo An -en Ea&t Gland FoaJu and ZAvzd thzAz 
mach 0^ hl& ti^z. Hz hoi a pfuJ>on KZCoKd In hzvznaJi htatZM. kl, fie cZbnbzd ijnto Olion'i 
can. 6outh o{, Mooxzhead, Rait &aJjd, "I won't hanX yoa" Ol6on Kzpofitzd to poticz. 

"How mach goi havz yoa got^" hz a&kzd 06 thzy itoAtzd oat. Ot&on had ptizizncz o{, 
mind to lay that hz had ontij a tUtZz gai Iz^t. Thti pKzcZiuLzd thz poiilbltLtij o{ making 
a tAA.p to a point (JoA auay and Rait ofidz/izd Otion to dfiLvz back to Uoonhzad. 

Rait anAJivzd Zn Uoonkzad 75 mlnutzi a^tzn. thz poiizi had takzn to thz highways. Thz 
town wai cZzoAzd oi aZZ bat onz oK two poZlcmzn and Lt madz thing/, zoiy ion. Rait. Whzn 
thzy Kzachzd St. Joizph'6 Chanch hz on.dzn.zd Otion to ttop thz can. and a^tzn. taking what 
monzy hz had. Rait diiappza/izd. 

HAS PRISON RECORV 

Rait woi oAAZitzd fnJ.day moKnlng by Chiz^ o^ Poticz HanAy Gfizgg and Vatnotman Gzongz 
KzJiZzn. In Eoit Gnand Tonki on noticz ^nxim Abzndzzn that hz wai wantzd thzn.z -in connzctlon 
wZth i-i\iz nobbzAA-Zi and jcUt bAzaking. 

Hz had bzzn tn Eoit Gfiand Tofiki two wzeJii vlilXing hli mothzA, Ma^ . L. Rait. Thz 
Azcond oi hii eoAZy ti^z Inctaded Azildzncz In eoit Gnand foAki diiAlng thz -tune hz attznd- 
zd ichcot antit hz wai 14 yzam otd, Hz thzn went to wonk ai zZzvatoA boy In a Gnand 
Tonki HotzZ and a{^tzA a ihoAt tlmz thzAz hz wznt wzit. 

It wai thzn that hz itoAtzd hJii coAeeA aj, a cnMninat, accoAding to poticz AzcoAdi , 
having bzzn izntznczd to {Aom 7 to 14 yzaAJ> in thz Idaho Statz PAlion {^Aom Elngham Coanty, 
Idaho, and tatzn In thz Cati^oAnia Statz Pnlion at Totiom, iJoA 6tzaLing an automobltz. 

Hz WCL4 poAotzd bat bAokz hli AzZzaiZ ogAzmznt by Aztannlng to CaJLiioAnla whznz hz 
aldzd a convict In eicop-cng. He thzn got away by itzallng an automobltz at Rzddlng, CA., 
and dAlvlng with it ai ^oA oj, AbzAdzzn. Rait ii mannlzd, hli wi^z, Maa . Vaagh Joit Rait, 
tiving in t^iinnzapotii . Hz hoi a ilitzA, Mas. J. J. Haazy tiving at Lakota, MP, 

MUTE EVIVENCE OF TRAGEVY 

Thz itzzpzA in which thz kllLing occaAAzd li thz onz that num {^Aom Fango to Abzxdtzn, 
bzing tAomizAAzd at EAZckznnldgz ^Aom tnaln 10 to thz Abzndzzn tAoin. Thz itzzpzA paiizd 
thAoagh Hankimon Uonday moAning attached to thz AzgaZoA tAoin and boAz matz zvidzncz o{, 
thz tnagzdy . . . .thz ihot that kiZlzd thz ihznlU ^d poi&zd thncagh thz window o^ thz coach. 

Thz body o{i thz mandzAzd man pai6zd thJwagh hznz Taziday moAning ^oa AbzAdzzn accom- 
panied by a bAothzA who haitznzd to Wahpzton at {^lAit nem o^ thz tAagzdy. 



ACCIPEMT l/TCTIMS FORMER RESIVEhUS 

Two MemfaeAi 0|$ MacfecXion VairUZy Ve.ad as Re^oW 0|J C'toii^ng a-f 5AecfeefvU.dg e . . . . 

MA4. CoaX Macfee^ion and hzK 8 monthi old daaghttn. wzAZ kJJiLzd and Ma. Macfeei^on 
had one £eg 4o 6aci^ -cnjuAerf ;tfi(tC cwipu^cLtion neoA ^e hZp wai ne.cu6a/iy uihzn th.zVi. 
automobAJie., dfu.vzn by Ha.. UackeZ&on, cAa&h^d Zrvto a itoc^c/ixng tAjJbin i.n tkz fwJJifioad 
yoAdi at B/tecfeen/Luige Sunday. 

Thz accUdznt occuAAzd at 10:30 PM, whXZz Mt.. MackzZ6on, tAiitk fvii w^^e and {^ouJi 
daaghtsM, was dfUvZng to ki6 ^anm harm nzoA. CampbeZZ, a^tzn. a tfUp to fJJahpzton to 
^ecxiAe mecitccne ^OK Hu. HackzZion. 

It ^Zut woi Ktpoitzd that tkeJiz weJiz no KzaJi tights on the. t/uUn, which woi back- 
ing up, but It woi laid ZatzK that imXchmzn iaw the. HackeZ&on cat appAoadUng and 
waxned thz dnlvzA.. It Xm beLitvzd that hli bHjxke/> dJid not hoZd. 

Thz auto itfuick thz movZng tAxuji head on and was coA/Uzd about 15 {,zet. M-w. 
Macfee£ion was kiZZzd Zn6tantZy, and thz baby dlzd on thz way to thz hoipXXat. Thz 
mothzfi'i body wai badly mutyULatzd. 

Ma. UackeJUon' i tzg was 4o badljy bfuti&zd that it had to bz amputated AjnmzdJjiteZy . 
Vztna, a 5 yzoA. old daaghtzx, had onz aim badly cJiiahzd but phy4,Z(uayii bztizvz thzy 
mlZ bz ablz to iavz It. kgnzi>, 3 yzaA^ old and Myntlz, 2 yejvu, old, weAZ itightly 
bfuU&zd, 

A KzpoKt wai cuAAznt in Hankyiviiton Monday that Uackzlion had dlzd £Kom kd injufUzi 
but thJj> pfiovzd untniLZ ae, a mei^oge iiom thz hoipitat itatzd that hz had KzzoveAzd jjAom 
thz iiut i>hoz\i 0|{ thz amputation and wa& doing a& wzlZ ad couZd bz zxpzctzd. 

FORMER VE VTLLO RESWEHTS 

Thz Mackel&on iamity lonmznJby Kz&idzd on a ^oAm ownzd by Vfi. H. Ti^^iJizh oi Hank- 
inion, locatzd ^ouA miZzi daz noAth o^ Vz ViJilo. Thzy Iz^t thejiz two yzofii ago lait 
iatl, locating on a {a/m noKthza/>t o^ Vaifunount, on thz Hinnz&ota lidz, ownzd by L. 
N. Abbo^ oi Faifmount. Thzy wzKZ quitz weZl known hzn.z and did iomz o^ theifi trading 
at this place . 

MACKELSOW VJEV TUESVAV 

k^tzA thz abo\JZ wa6 put into typz a mziiagz woi fiZceivzd hzKZ iKom Ha. Abbott, 
Tuziday mofming, that HackeZion had paired away zanZy that day. Thii Zzavz& two ZittZz 
childfizn oAphani, and thz t/iagzdy empha&izzi thz wiidom o{, "itop, look, tutzn" when 
appAoaching AjxiZfioad cAoi6ingi. 

HAhlKWSON NEWS July 5, 1923 

A teJlegAjm wai Azczived yz&teAday by Maj>. A. 6. EkZand announcing thz death 0(5 
hzA iathzA, C. Lc6fe on Hondjay, JuZy Uth, at hli homz in Yakima, WA. Hz had bzzn ailing 
ioA iomz month& with hzoAt tAoubZz but up to thz timz o^ death hz wa& abZz to bz up and 
oAoand. bJhiZz thz news i& not an zntJjiz iuApAiiz to AeZativzi hzAZ, thzAZ i& itiZZ thz 
ihock 0^ a Zovzd onz'i pairing. A compZetz account oi hZ& death wiZZ bz given nzxt wzzk, 
HAmWSON NEWS ************ j^ j9^ j923 



OLE CHINBERG PEAP 

A murage, woi /lecc^ved fieAe Tfudouj annoancx-ng th.z iaddoji dexiXh o^ Ole. ChinbeAg, 
cut Lak^ CaXlj, UH. Peceoied woa thz. (,aXheA o^ Mu . G. E. Racfeow ojj lAa.nta.dofi and an 
Unctz Oj) C. A. ChlnbzAg o^ -tfixi c-t/ty. He woi zmploije.d at onz time, by tkz Hanfe-i.R4on 
NuA&eAy Company and Ma6 well, krwion keAe., 

Mw . Rackoui had jiut aAAA.ve.d home. ln.om a t>u.p to Lakz City when a me^diage aarne 

announcing heA. (^atheA'i dejxth. He dAoppe.d dtad o^ hexint lalHuJie.. 

».,»,«*»*,,» ^^g^^ 2, 1923 

ACCOUWT OF PEATH OF MAJ. McLAUGHLIW 

Ma/o/l McLaugWx-Ki, an accotuii oiJ wfio4e deo^ aj> g-tven below, wai the {^otheA o^ 
M^4 McLaughZln who taught hi the Hanktmon ichooli i^veAal yeaA6 ago. latex ihe 
wad moAAtzd to F. W. Ckowz and dted at the {^airUZy homz Jin ?le.ntywood, MT. , a coapZz 
o{, yeau ago. HeA ckildAzn weAz occaj,jiorwJi vZi/XoA^ heAz at the home o{, theJji gAand- 
poAenti,, M/L. and Uu . O'm. CKouie, -in tkli city. 

Handan, WP., JuZy 31 ^t Thouiandi o^ Indtani and eanly lettZeJik among the 

Cyitlzeni 0($ we^teAn Uohth Dakota and South Vakota waJU. congKzgate at UdaughLin, SP., 
on Tfuday to pay a Za&t tAlbatz to UajoK Jarmi H. (>\cLaughtln, ?7, ckie{i -in&pectofi c{, 
the Bateau o^ Indian K{,{,aJji6, who died In Woihtngton la&t SatuAday a{^teA but a bnA.e.{, 
■illne^i. 

Thz body Ae.ache.d McLaughZtn {lAom Wa&htngton on (i!e.dne.&day and {^uneAaZ &eAvtceJi 
wHZ be. held Ttblday, ac.coAdu.ng to tn(iOAn\atton Ae.ceA.ve.d. 

UajoA UcLaaghLin pAobabty wa& known to a gKeateA nsmboA o^ lndJ.anl> tixan any otheA 
Ztvtng man, and hZ& lt(,e itoKy Zn the htdtoAy oiJ Jndtan aK^alAi, tn the Vakotoi {^OA tiie 
loit 52 yeoAJb. He woi known to the Sioux eMpcclolZy ah the "little {^atheA" and civll- 
tzatlon In the. two itatzi, pAobably oweA htm the. moit {^ofi htd handling of, the Sitting 
Bull upnJj,lnQ In U90. 

O/IPOW, ONE FOURTH SIOUX 

HajoA lAcLaagktln wah maAAle.d Jan. 28, H64, at Hendota, MW., to ht& pAc&cnt widow, 
SI, who iuAvivcb htm. Sht il> oi onc-louAth blood Mdewankanton Sioux, heA {^otheA being 
a noted membeA o^ the. Euihion ^amiZy o() zoAZy VAznch tAadzAi and patli{)indeA.& , employees 
o{, the AmeAican Fua Company at Hendota, MW. HeA. Indian name. i& Tationakwoiteicln, mean- 
ing "PAetty HoKicileepeA." HeA mateXnaZ gAand^atheA wa& Capt. Vancan GAaham of, the. 
EAltiih fiAmy, who oAAived at VcAk Factory, Hud&on'6 Bay, and founded tiie. SelkiAk Colony 
neoA Winnipeg Lake in 1 Sll . 

In July U74, accohding to the hlhtoKlcal date gleaned by Uaj'oA A. B. Welch of 
t^.andan, l',ajon. UcLaughlln went to the Vevitt, Lake Agency, Vakota TenxltoAy , ai Indian 
Agent among the Sioux, in ISSl he wa6 tAanh^eAAed to the Standing Rock AeieAvation on 
the t'll660uAl RlveA with. headquoAteAt. at Font Vatek, which at the time wai in the midit 
o{, the Sioux people and wai itAongly goAAlsoned with United Stated ioldleJib. They had 
then but recently duAAendeAed to the authonltlcd following the {flight into Canada a{,teA 
the teAAlble aUaiA with CuiteA on the Little Slg Hohn and weAe itlZZ viltd and wahlike. 



HAWLEV BIG PROBLEM WELL 

Mc LaaghZin' -i pAoblem wai a. bZg and impoKtant one. but he. handZtd It iplendldty. 
KnoMlnQ the. Indian ai> welt on. bettex than any man In the ieAvlce, he made i^lendi with 
tkz poweAiuJL ckieii, John Gnru,^ [Mato Watakpz); GaLL [Vlzl]; Red Cloud [Uakplya luta); 
Black Moon; Tujo Beau [Uato Napa); Running hiteljope, Rain In the. face, Cajdm King, Had 
Bull, Hujnp, Cottonwood, Flue HeoAt, BeoAi Ghosts, ai well ai the. gA-tat and poweAiul 
medicine man oK pnle^t Sitting Bull iTatonkalyo tonka) and the otheA head wafixlou and 
oAcutofii, oi the Sioux. 

SAVEV FORT YATES GARRISON 

It wait the WC6C council o^ thz Uajofi which iaved thz gaMl6on at Tofit Vate^ 
{^m exteAminatlon when Sitting Bull {,lM.e.d the A.e^tlti6 Sioux with the ghoit dance 
cAaxe. In 1890. UndeA ka> direction the ^alth^ul Indian police. entzAed the hostile 
camp on the. Gnande RiveA i,outk o{^ the pKe^ent ILttZe citij oi Mc Laaghlln wUJn. ofvdeAi, 
to bfu.ng In Sitting Bull dead oK all\je. In the iieAce ilght which, followed tlie dli- 
coveAy 0^ the medicine man In the hand^ o^ the police, many o^ the ho6titeJ> and ilx 
oi the police weAe killed. The policz and Sitting Bull weAe bhcughZ to Tofit Vat.eJ> 
whzAe. thty weAe buAled and today a talZ monument moAki the ipot wheAz the Mc Laaghlln'i 
^alXh^ul police weAz buAled, whlZe the. gtwMc oi Sitting Bull may be 6een on a hillside 
neoAby but outilde the chuAch buAial gnoundi. 

Majon. f^cLau^hlln 6eAved a& {^atheA ai well ai Xepfie^ented the goveAnmejfit In Ind- 
ian a^£alu and was one oi the gieatei>t ^Alends the Sioux eveA had standing a& a bu^^eA 
between thz itowly evolving wild Sioux and. a latheA xentleMt goveAnment. 

WROTE BOOK ON ZNVIANS 

Mc Laughlln wai, the authon. o^ "My FAlend, the Indian," a volume, which deat& 
tnutk^ully with the many comple.x pkaieJi o^ Indian ckoAacteA, tAadltlom and cu&tomit, 
a valuable addition to the hlitomj o{ Hofitk and South Dakota. He Apoke the Sioux dla- 
le.cti> peA{^ectly and undeAitood the Sioux mind. Although In absolute authoAlty while 
Indian agent at yatzi, the. Ked men tookzd upon him ai a gieat and frnth^ul ^nlend. 

It wai hli ofideAi that camed the "Holy Stone," the Standing Rock, to be re- 
moved {,Aom the location wheAe It had long been the object o^ lellglouji ceAemonlzi 
among the vanloui tAibej,, to a pedestal In {^fiont o^ the United States Agency Hexid- 
quaAteAi at font Vatzi ion pn.cieAvation, wheAe It itandi to thli day. 

SeveAal o^ hli iom live In Sioux county, Chanlzi Mc Laughlln, pnominent nanch- 
eA, having been the ^lAit SheAl^i o^ that county, Sid Mc Laughlln and Ray Lyoni o^ 
Sioux County, gnandiom, weAe volunteeAi In the gnzat wan ieAvlng with fAajon WelcJi'i 
company I and the majon pontlon oi the time In Tnance with the Tlmt Vlvlilon. 

TnlbeAmen and whiter alike ane poAtlclpating In the plom ion the iuneAol nltzi 
which will be eZabonately caAAied out cw the body li laid to ncit In nzieAvation ioll, 
hli home ion many yearn. 

************ Augoit 2, 1923 

PRESWENT WoAAen 6. Handing died at Palace Hotel In San fnanclico, CA. ■ 



Vk. GtoKQz E. Benion, ei/e ipzciaJUjit o^ hilnnejapoti6 and woM. known to many 
UankA.ni)On pzopZz ditd at ki6 home. TueJiday, af^zA. an WineJ>i> oi thAzz montli&. Hz 
wa6 46 yzoAi old, Ux. Bzn6on hai lax yzoM madz AzguZoA v-ci-c^ to HankJ^nion zvzAy 
^aZt duJiing hunting izoMon and U, vizlL and iavonabZy known hzAz. 

Thz iunzJuxt wa^ heZd Wzdnzidojj. Hz li 6uAv-ivzd by hli wliz and 4>on RobzAt, 
kii> poAejvti, hifi. and Ufii. kancn Bzn^on, and a bfiothzA, aZZ o^ fiinnzapotii 

************ AuguM 2, 1923 

VEATH OF MRS. JOHN JARSKI 

Maa. John J. JoAifei, who ha^ bzzn Au^^eAA-ng ^Aom a cximpZA,catLon o^ di&zaizi loK 
thz poit tioo yzau, dlzd Taz&day moAning at 3:25 AH in thJj, city. Shz had bzzn Atzadiiy 
ialting iol 6omz tlmz and thz znd woi not unzxpzctzd. 

Vzcexiizd, whoiz maidzn namz wai Kathznlnz Bommzubadi, wan bofm Fzb. 2nd, 1883, 
in KiLbtJvia, hzA. pafiznti bzing M/t.. and Hw. PztzA Bommzubach. Shz gfizw to womanhood in 
thz old dountny and wai> mafwizd on fzb. 27, 1902, to John J. JoMki. Thzy camz to 
kmzfiiza about 20 yzau ago and ion itZ\JZAat yzaJU> Kziidzd in thii city. FouA yzaM ago 
thzy 6ztttzd on thz JzAZ6zzk {^anm in Honan Townihip whzAz thzy hzdidzd up to thz pfizi- 
znt timz. Thz coupZz wzKz chiZdlz&i but thKzz- ijzaju> ago thzy adoptzd Jo6zph SchzZZzA. 
who had bzzn Zzit mothzAZeJ>i. 

Bzjiidz thz itnickzn huiband and ZJjttZz Joizph, dzczoizd ii iufivivzd by thz agzd 
mothzA and {^vz bKothzAl,: Joe, o^ Lakzi, tW., Tfuxnk oi fonman, HV. , Anton, Lzo and MoA- 
tin, att on ^anms in HichZand County. A iiitzt, Wu>. John R. SchzMzA, dizd in Szpt- 
zmbzA 0(5 Z/iit yzafi. 

VzczaJiZd ZzavzJ) a ZaAgz cJJidiz ol ifiizndM to moann hzA untimzZy dzath. Thz 
iunzJuxZ won, hzZd thii [ThuA^day] manning, with i>zAviczs> at St. FhiZLip'i ChuAch, con- 
dactzd by Rev. Jo4. F. Studnicka. ZntzAmznt wa& madz in thz CathoZia CzmztzAij. ToZZow- 
ing aAz thz paZZbiuwzu: John L. BommzAi>bach, Tnank BommzA&bach, VztzA. Bommzubach, 
UoAtin JaA6ki, John J. BommzAibach and John ?. Bommzubaah. 

************ Auguit 9, 1923 

GIRL KJLLEV BV AUTO HAP OEATH PREMONinOW. . . 

Mi44 IkLAgaAzt Kanz, BAzckznAldgz young woman, oncz a ittznogftaphzA. to thz Zaw 
o^^czi) 0(5 Fo^bei, LoaniibuAif S ¥onbzi, ZxxtzA. in WoZ^z 6 SzhnzZZzn.' i had a pAzmonition 
that ihz wa6 to bz kAJiZzd by an automobiZz, which tfuigzdy occuAAzd a ijew weefe^ ago, a 
ifiiznd 0^ hzfii hoi, KZMzaZzd. 

Thz day bzioKz hzA dzath oczuAAzd, Mm> Kanz and thii ^fiiznd, both oi whom wzAz 
zjnpZoyzd in VuZuth, wzAz with a paAty oi young pzAionl, in a boat on Lakz Supzuiofi. A 
i,tofun camz up whzn thzy wzfiz iaA out ifwm i>hoKz and aZt but hiii-i Kanz wzAz ifuintic. 
with izoA. "I am not aiAaid," &hz ^aid. 

Though ihz wai not ai^aid oi dzath- in thz i>tonm, ZatzA th.at day, whzn thz panty 
had laizZy Azackzd ihoAz, Aia4 Kanz coniidzd to hzA ihiznd a Zong izZt unzjaMinzi>& 
about automobiZzi. 



"Thz COM come. Ao qtLickZy and they come 4o cloiz to me," ihz zxcZcUmed, "Some 
day I am goZng to be 4,tAack by one.." 

The. next moAjujig, bound ioK heA uJOAk, the. pAophziy the young uxjman had madz 
camz tnue. Stepping iham the cufib on the itfiezt. In ^fwnt o^ a wagon ihe voai knocked 
down by an automobile and died teM than an houA. lateA -in a Vuluth HoitpltoJL, vxithoat 

having Azgained comcioaineM . GZobe 

************: Augu6t 9, 7923 

ANOTHER PIONEER IS SUMMONED BY VEATH 
Jauiei L. Web-iteA, EaAZy SettleA. NoHth o^ Stilzi Vizd Sunday UonyUng.... 
KnotheA ploneeA o^ RichZand County and a veteAan o^ the Civit Wan. pa64ed awojy Sunday 
manning at S AM, when JameJ> Linui, Web^teJi aniweAzd the (sinaJL iujmon.1, oi hii UakeA. 

Vecexuzd uia^ a native o^ Ohio, having bzeji bonn at Pont&mouth in that itatz. 
He wa& 77 yeoAM, 9 monXhk and 4 dayi old at thz time o^ hJj, death. A gzneAaZ bfieak- 
down lAith advancing yzoAi um the cau&z o{ death. 

Thz iasniMj iztttzd a i>hofit dutancz noKth oi thz viZtage oi StileJ> in zanZy 
day^ and weA-Z wztt known. Vzczaizd wa6 highty fLZ&pzctzd ^ox hi& 6teAling honzity and 
ipZzndcd AmeAican ciXizznihip and hi& death i6 6inceAeZy mounnzd by a hoit o^ ^nizndi 
throughout thi& pant o{t thz county. He i^ iuAvivzd by thz itnlcken wi^z, two />oni, 
lAvin 0^ Woihington Itatz and E. H. [who has bzzn nimning thz homz {^oAm {^on. thz pa&t 
tjjoo yeoAi) and one daughteA. Iftvin ii, expected home inom thz wz&t today. 

Thz ^unzAot wiZZ be heZd today with ^eAviczi at lidgznuood, and intzAmznt wiZZ 
be made in thz Mou-uti CemeXzAy neoA that pZacz. 

************ Auguit 16, 1923 

VEATH OF MRS. THEO. MACHEEL 

Mw. Vzna MachzeZ poj^ied away at 1 o'cZock Wzdnz&day a^^tzAnoon at hzn. homz in loi> 
AngeZz6, CA. Vzath wa6 not unexpzctzd ai, ^hz had bzzn a iuf^izAzn. ^xom Enightd ViAzoiz 
{^on. many monthi, and no hopzi {^ofi hzn. nzcovznjy havz bzzn zntzntainzd £oA iomz tUjnz. 

Thz dzcejuzd Zz^t HiZnon. thAzz yzoAk ago ion. Loi, AngeZzi, in company with hzn. 
mothzn and ZZttZe daughtzn, and 6hz hoi 6incz madz heA homz in that city. Veath occuA- 
zd at the home, o^ hzn. mothzn. 

Vena To&tzn woa bon.n in hiiZnon. about 11 yzanjt ago and gnew to womanhood heAz. In 
7915 4 fie wot, uvuXzd in moAAZagz to Thzo. f-iachzeZ and hoi nziidzd hzAZ 4-cnce ken. depaAt- 
uAz ion. CaZZionnia thnze yeau ago. 

She ii iuAvivzd by heA husband and ZittZz daughtzn, AZythz, agzd 6zvzn; aZ6o hzn 
mo:(hzn, Mw . Laana Tostzn. and tMo bnothzAi, UuAzZ and LoweZZ, hzn. gnandmothzA, Ma4. 
HendeA6on and iconz6 o^ othzn. neon. n.zZatZvzi. Hen. many inizndit hzAZ wiZZ be gnzatZy 

gnZzvzd to Zzann oi hzn. death. HiZnon TzZZzn. 

HANKJNSON MEWS ««««««»»«««« Auguit 16, 7923 

EWIW RUST KILLEV BY ST, PAUL POLICE 
Gunman Had Changed Namz and Dyed Hain Sincz KiZZing Abzndzzn Shzni^i 



Eduiln Ra&t, 6layeA. o{, ShzAU.i{t I. C. FtilkeA oi AbeAdze.n SV,, uicu ihot to dzxUh 
Zn a gun battZe. with St. Foul Votico. thzAd zoJxJbj FfUday mofinlng whe.n thzy auttejvpttd 
to oAAUt him, 

Rtiit, {^oK whom an exte.ni>Zvz ie/ifick hai, fceen madz 6Zncz JuZy Ut, whzn hz ihot 
and kiJUizd thz ShzfiZH on a fialn nzaJi UooKzhzad, MW., was \uZZzd a im hoau aitzfi 
hz had z&capzd {^n-om o^^-LczAi who had oAAZitzd lum on a choAgz o{, itzaLing an aato. 

Thz oiilzzm,, unawoAZ oi Riiit'6 Zdzntity, had oAAZitzd han whzn hz dxavz up to 
a goAagz Zn a itoZzn autamobZlz, with a woman companion to whom, poZA.cz lay, hz had 
bzzn payZng attzntZon. On thz way to thz potZcz station, Rait, handcuif^zd, dovz {jAom 
thz automobZZz, dafitzd Znto thz aZZzjy and dZ&appzoAzd . 

Thz dztzctZvzs, a&.iZitzd by thz woman, thzn locatzd Ra&t'i Kz&Zdzncz at 2111 Day- 
ton Ave. and oi tu)o o{^ thzm zn^tzAzd hZi Acom thz ^ugZtZvz opznzd'.^ZAZ. 

SHOTS GO WILV 

Two i>hot/i wen/t wZZd, and Zn thz KzMiAn iZfiz oi thz dztzctZvzi Ra&t wai &t>uick Zn 
thz nzck,-thz chz6t and thz hZp. Hz aumplzd to thz ilooK and woi dzjod whzn dztzct- 
Zvzi Kzachzd hZj, iZdz, 

Thz kZZZZng o{, Rait bfUngi to an znd a 6zaA.ch oij two monthi Zn whZch zvzuy 6tatz, 
county and cZXy oUZczt oi thz nofuthwz&t had paJitZcZpatzd, ioiZowZng hi& z^capz iub-izq- 
aznt to ihootZng ShzfiZH Tulkzn. who wai takZng hZm iAom Ea&t GAxind Tofiki, MW., to 
AbzAjdzzn to iacz a Aobbz/iy choJigz. 

kitzn. kZZZZng thz ihz/iZH, Ra&t jumpzd ^Aom thz txjiZn, Kobbzd a motcKZ&t o{, hZ& 
hat and $1.10 and thzn vanZAhzd. Hz wai, Kzpontzd &zzn at vanZoai placzi Zn thz noKth- 
wzit and at LZttlz falU, MW. , an oUZczA nzpofttzd hz had zngagzd Zn a gan iZght wZXh 
a man thought to bz thz iugXMxJZ. Thz man z&capzd. 

REft'ARP OTFEREV 

A fizjjoand oi $500 ioti thz aJOiz&t oi Ra&t, dzad on. aZZvz, wa& at oncz oUzfizd by 
cormZj>&ZonzA& oi Zfiown County, SV., and &Zncz thzn oiiZczA& oi thz nofithuiz&t havz 
bzzn on thz lookout ion. thz man. Ru&t Z& laZd to havz had a long oiZmZnal KzcoKd Zn 
CaZZioKnZ& and to havz bbzjn. andzK panxjlz iKom Tol&om pnZ&on, nzjon. Sacfiamznto. 

Whzn thz ShznZii'& &layzn. jampzd ifiom thz polZcz automobZlz ThuA&day nZght hz wa& 
handcaiizd. Poticz havz bzzn anablz to IzoAn what mzthod hz a&zd to nemovz thz man- 
adiz&. 

Ra&t had bzzn IZvZng at thz Vayton kvz,, addfiz&& &Zncz Aaga&t Ut, undzn. thz 
atLa& oi VztzK Thofi&on, polZcz laZd, and had dyzd hZ& blondz haZn. black to z&capz 
dztzctZon. Thz oUZczAi dZd not IzoAn oi thz AzaZ ZdzntZty oi thz ilaZn man untZt 
aitzA thz gun iZght, quz&tZonZng oi thz woman by ChZzi oi PolZcz Sommzu Zn thz Znt' ■ 
znZm havZng zticZtzd thz ZnionmatZon. 

Whzn hz was iZx&t oAKZ&tzd Thauday nZght oUZczam who izaxchzd Ra&t iound a 
Kzvolvzn. and a cAacZiZx. Zn thz &amz pockzt. 

Whzn Ra&t wai oAAz&tzd ThuA&day night on a chaJigz oi automobZlz thzit, hz aJXzjnp- 
tzd a coup &lnUjVL to tkaJi whZch zndzd Zn thz dzath oi ShzAZH TalkzA. 



Ra&t wcu, becng tatzn to tkz Cejitfiat Votico. Station, fiicLing beMtiz^n tuio deXzctZvu 
-en -t/ie poLicz caA, At that tunz Ki6 Zdzntity woi not known. Rait dn.oppzd hZ& cap to 
the. IZaoK 0(J the. cot aufid oiked an o££ZceA to p-ccfe -ot up. 

When the oK^-icex itooped oven, to pZck up the cap, Ru&t made a move to 4£ug Ivan 
uilth hli manacZed handi but stopped oi the otheA detective pAe^^ed a Kevotven. agaZmt 
h/Jt neck. Ru&t ihot SkeAZ^^ TuZken. ac> the tattefi stooped oven, to adjust manacte^ on 
Ru^t't ankle.6 at the &lac[eA'6 Kequezt, 

It taai when the poticesnen reached the cent/iat station that they JiemoAked on thelt 
pfLl&oneA'6 attempt to bfiain the detective, and noted the iimUiafuXij to the kJULinq oi 
Tutkefi. ThZ& KZMutted on the man'i Identif^Zcation, ^on plctxuieji oi Ru&t taken {^fiom 
Police {^U.e^ weAe identified by the detective& and by the woman who wa& with Rait when 
he woi taken on the automobile the^t chaAge. 

A^teA Ruit dove {^nom the automobile, police believe he communicated with a comp- 
anion who lowed o{^i the manaclzi. Police beZieve thii ^fUend i& Owen LetteAman, escaped 
convict and Ru6t'i, pal, 

LetteAman and Ru&t escaped ^fiom pAcion at fol&om, CA., May 18, T923, itole an 
automobile and came to Hinneiota, LetteAman lateA wa& ofiAeited at AbeAdeen and lowed 
hi6 way out o{ jail theAe. Police oAe leoAching ^ofi LetteAman. 

ENV WAS SPECTACULAR 

Ruit'i end wa& ai ipectaculaA a6 hti deedi, o^ the la&t ^ew months which made him 
the quafiAy o^ police ^xom the Pacific coa&t to the Hiiiiiiippi valley. 

A ^ew monthi ago Rait wai pKoiecuted in Caliiofinid.: (^ox fiobbeAy and automobile the^ti. 
Re. and two companiom escaped £Kom Foliom pni&on May ISth and ^led east in a stolen 
automobile. Ru&t wai olio undeA poAole. in Idaho and wai wanted in MowbAidge, SV., f^oA 
ioAgeAy. 

He dxove the automobile itolen in Loi Angelei to AbeAdeen, SV, TheAe it ii alleged 
Ruit Kobbed {live eitabliihmenti . He wai oAAzited and bfioke jail {^ive dayi lateA. He 
wai oAACited in Eait Gfiand Pofiki, MN., and SheAi{i{, PulkeA o^ AbeAdeen went theAe to 
get him. RetuAning on a Gneat NoAtiieAn t/iain ^Aom GKand Tonki, SheAif^f^ FuUieA had Ruit 
manacled and ihackZed in a pullman coA. The only otheA paaengeA wai a tAaveling man. 
ShoAiii TulkeA pKepoAed to letifie to hii beAth, Ruit bfiought hii manacled w/iiiti down 
on the iheAi^i'i head, gnabbzd the iheAi^'i gun and ihot him twice. He ofideAed the 
tAaveltng man to unlock hii handcu££i, but the latteA pretended to be neAvoui and Ruit 
ihaking likz a lea(^ leaped {^xom the tfuxin ^ouA milei iouth o^ Moonehead when it itopped 
to diJiChoAge a load o^ laboxeAi at a little itation, escaped. He commandeeAed an auto- 
mobile and ^oficed the dAiveA to take him oveA the couiitAxj Aoadi ieveAol miZzi, {finally 
dAiving back into Moofiehead whzfie Ruit diizmboAked ^n.om the coa a block {^Kom the police 
itation. 

VUEL AT LITTLE FALLS 

Hz pfiobably le^t MooKehead on a {^fieight tAoin and lateA engaged in a gun duel with 

ajjufhoJiitizi at Little Falli. Stealing anotixzA automobile hz zicaped (^Aom Little FalZi 



and made, hii waij to St. VauZ. The. cox waj> ^oand but no t/iace. o^ Runt wai £ound antit 
tatz ThuAAdag, 

ThAze. detzctxvzi ofiAZitzd Ru&t, who gavz thz namz o^ VeXzn. CoJUion, on 4taipZ(u.on 
that thz coA Zn wkLdi hz and HLi6 S^gifu-d Lauon wznz KidZng wai> itoZzn. Vetzctxvzi 
Ed. HoAtnzi-i, Putnam Smith and ChanJizi, TZzunzy madz thz oAAZit. TZzfinzy took thz glfit 
to thz station -en thz itoZzn com., and othzfi dztzcJU.vz6 ^oZZowzd with "Cauon" hand- 
cu£^zd -en thz potizz coA. 

At PZzaiant and Chzitmit Aue., Ruit hwiZzd kbn^zti ^Aom thz mazhlnz uUth ivit> hand- 
cu.({ij4 on and by thz timz thz dztzctivzi could 6top thz machinz hz had di&appzoAzd. 
Thz g-OiZ at zzntfiaJi itaXZon Zdznti^tzd pZctuAZi o{i Rust ai, hzx companion. 

GUN SQUAVS IN SEARCH 

Gun 6quad& iimzdiatzty wznt in AzoAch. Thz qinZ uoznt in onz machinz to took ^OA 
thz hoiibz whzAZ Ruit Hjoomzd. Shz admittzd ihz had bzzn thzfiz oncz bat didn't AzmzmbzA 
thz placz. Thz houiz ujoi ^inaZZy Zocatzd at: 6 fiM ThuA6day. It wa& thz homt o^ J. Tfuack, 
Vayton Ave. Tfuack toZd dztzc^Uvzi that thz man known to him ai CoAion had bzzn living 
thzAz iincz Aug. Ut and ^on. a timz wa& vnployzd in a nzoAby Catholic OAphanagz. 

Vztzctivz Austin UcUzZZy wac> itationzd outiidz thz hou&z to pAzvznt z&capz £A.om 
thz windom. VeXzctivzi Tom EAoivn and Van Ca&iidy wznt upitaifu to Ru&t' 6 Aoom, Thz 
dooA opznzd inwoAd. EAown itzppzd into thz fioom ^iut and Au&hzd to a cZo&zd dooK in 
thz waZl to thz flight. Caaidy ^olZowzd and took thz czntzA o^ thz Aoom, Rait itzppzd 
£Aom bzhind thz dooA and into thz hall and ^iAzd tu)o ihoti, onz at zach o^^iczA. Both 
mii^>zd. Thz datzctivzi iiAzd almoit iimuZtanzou&ly at thz cAiminaZ. He £eZZ to thz 
^ZooA and dizd aZmoit initantZy. ThAzz ihoti itAuck him, onz poiizd thAough hZi nzck 
and anothzA hit him in thz hzoAt. Thz thixd itAuck in thz Iz^t thigh. Thz body uxii 
takzn to thz moAguz. 

Ruit'i mothzA li\)ii^ in Eait GAand FoAki, and hii wi^z M^. Vaughn Joit Ruit, tivzd 
at. 645 ShoAt St., St. VauZ. 

FolZowing thz ihootin o{^ thz AbzAdzzn ShzAi££, UAi. Rait movzd to Eait GAand foAki 
to Zivz Mlth hzA mothzA-in-law . 

HANKWSON WEWS. ««*«»»»««««« Auguit 23, I9f3 

FRANK MOTIS CALLEV 

FAank Motii, weZZ known thAoughoat thii paAt o^ thz countAy, dizd at thz homz o£ 
ft/Ci poAznti at AlzxandAia, MW., on ThuAiday, Aug. 16th, at 5:75 PM, a^tZA an iZlnZii 
o£ zightzzn monthi. ExopthaZmic goitzA with complicationi was thz caxiiz oi dzath. 

Vzczoizd woi boAn in Wiiconiin on ApAiZ 13th, 1S72, and wai 51 yzoAi , 4 monthi 
and 3 dayi old at thz timz oi hii dzath. At thz agz o^ onz yzoA hz movzd with hii 
poAznti to AlzxandAia whzAz hz Aziidzd untiZ hii moAAiagz to Agnzi Chznmak, 27 yeoAi 
ago, Thz young coaplz movzd ^Aom thzAZ to PoAkzAi PAaiAiz, MW., and 12 yzoAi ago movzd 
to New Eiiington, SV. LatZA hz AZiidzd on a ^oAm noAth oi Hankinion until thz dzath 
oi hii wiiz iouA yzoAi ago, and iincz that timz hai livzd on a iaAm in GAzzndaZz. 



SuAvA-vlng KttcuUvti oAe th^ aged poAenti, Ht. and Wu> . Anton Mo^tci, 0({ ktzxand- 
fujx, MM; {^Zve. -iiom and thAzz daugktZAi .. ..Jo^zph, Lotili, F/iank, Anton, Hznfiy, Roiz, 
Agnej, and Emma', loan. bAxithtu, . .. ,R. J. o^ AtexandJuja, S^feue oi New E^f^-Lngton, J. A. 
0^ HankZn&on, a haJL^ bfiothzfi at Camfw&zl A£^., Caiwudoi; ono. £lsteA., Mti . Cha& . Rhoadu 
oiJ St. CZoAJi, MI..' Vzcza&zd woa a {^anmzfi by occupation and was wldzly known tfuioaghout 
tkU ZocaLity, 

FimeAoZ iZfwZcu weAZ httd at AtexandfUa, UN., Satu/iday, and at thz homz In Gfitzn- 
daZz Sunday. Rev. C. Com. conductzd thz 6ZA.va.cz& at thz home, and many nzlghbou and 
ifu-cnxh, ai,i(mbJizjd to pay thzlfi £ZnaZ tfUbutz to thz dzpoAtzd. Thz paZZbzoAZU vozAz 
Joe ChzAmak, W. TKoui,lt, Cha6. Ki&zk, J. P. Een&on, Louu VfiochaZ and Lee NavatZt. 
Intzninznt uxu> madz -in HXM^-idz CzmztzAy bz&Zdz thz gfuxvz o^ h^& uU-^z. 
HANKJNSON NEWS ************ Auguit 23, 7923. 

VEATH OF MRS. W. E. LARSON 

IfifUi. MofUici E. LaA&on dLizd at thz homz oi hzn. iZ&tZA, M/l4. L. E. VzVan, Zn tku 
ccty, Thufi&day, Augu&t 13fid, a^tzA an zxtzndzd .UZnz!>6. Timzfioai, cajiczA' wai thz caa6Z 
0)J hzA dzath. 

Jznniz Gzfitniidz HLZZz/vmom boKn at Uayv/JUiz, NV., hzA paAznti, bzing Wi. and UfUi. 
Ifia HittzfL. Shz uiai 35 yza/u, 11 monthi, and 77 dayi old at thz tbnz o^ hzn. dzath. 
Shz gfizw to womanhood Zn tiayvZlZz and woi, thKzz timzi, mafuu.zd. Two yzaJtb ago i>hz 
mafUu.zd NoMAJt E. LaJUton and iZncz that timz hzfi homz ha& been Zn Fafigo. 

Whzn It wai> dZicovzAzd that ihz wa& af^^tictzd with canczfi aJUL that mzdtcat icizncz 
and tovtng ^fUzndi could do wa6 donz but thz -in/Loadi o^ thz dl&za&z wzAZ too much to 
6vzn.comz and &hz gfuxduaZZy ^aZtzd until dzath camz ai a A-ztiz^ to hzn. iuHzAAjigi . 

VzczAizd t& iipLvlvcd by hzn. ha&band, onz daughtzA, agzd 7 7 yzaA&; thz agzd panzyiti, 
who AziZdz at UaijvUlz, NO., onz bn.otheA Alton HUZzn, o^ Sounl&, NV., two i-iitzn£, 
Ma4. L. E. VzVan o^ thU city and Uu. FlzZdi o^ Oiagz^ TA. Thz la&t {,X.vz wzzk& o^ hzn. 
tiiz wznz ipznt at thz homz o£ hzn 6li,tzn M/la. VzVan o^ tkU city. 

Funznal 6znvlcz& wznz hzld at thz VzVan homz Tnlday zvzning, Reu. Coma conducting 
thz &amz, and thz nznuLln& wzn.z AkLppzd to Galchutt, NV., whznz thz lunznaZ waj, hzZd 
and Intznmznt wa& madz Monday, Augu&t 27th, at 1 ?U. 
HANKJNSON NEWS ************ Augu&t 30, 7923 



AGEV PIONEER VIES AS RESULT OF BURNS 

M/L6. Tfitd/Lidz Hoktrntdfin Vcuizd Away cut BtizckznAJ-dQZ Ho6p.ltaZ Sunday hioA.yU.ng 

Mw. ¥KzdjU.ck. Hohzni)tQAn, izvzAzZy bafimd i.n a. bonfi-Oie. cut thd home, o^ hzA JiOn 
nofuth 0(5 Hanklmon tA)o wzzki ago, deed |$/U3m heA JjijuJiZz^ cut the. BAzckenfuidge. HoipLtat 
Sunday moAjilng, Auguit 26th, cut 4 AM, Shz had 6een {^ayiting itzadZtij ^fiom thz buAni 
and ihock, and hzA. advanczd agz madz Azcovzty impoi>i'ibZz. Vzath camz ai, a Kztizi iKom 
gnzat 6u{i^z/u.ng, 

ErrULiz CoAotinz (UWizlmlna Hohzn&tzAn, nee EAJiun, wai boAn Uay 4th, 1S4S, at 
¥fu.zdJu.ckli(^lzM, nzan. Stzttln, Vommzftanla, GzAmany. Thzfiz i>hz gKzui to womanhood and 
wai, moMJizd to TKzdnldi Hohzmtznji In 1866. Szvzn yzau latzA, in 187 3, thz family 
irmlgiatzd to Amz/Uai^ toccuting at UayvWiz, WJ., whzAZ 4,0 many o^ oun HankZnion 
pzoptz oi Gznman hiAth filut iztttzd. In 1880, thz ianUZy movzd to Dakota TznJuXofoj, 
toccuting nofuth oi thz pxzizjnt ittz o^ HankAJiion, wfieAe thzy contlnuzd to MZiZdz up to 
thz pn.z6Znt timz, Thz huiband dizd Szpt. 8;tii, 1909, iZncz which timz thz iubjzct oi 
thii ikztch hoi madz hzn. homz with hzA chitdAzn. 

Vzcza&zd ii luAviMzd by zight chitdxzn, oLt oi$ whom fiuidz in tkii vicinity, 
Thzy oAz: [EzAtha] Ma&. EhnzMt Stzirwdnx, Hankimon; (Anna) M/u. Fnank T-ceg4, Zztlofid; 
Otto, who Zivzi with hi& bfiothzn. ¥>vxnk on thz old homz&tzad nofith o^ town; (Mcnnie) 
M^. W. H. ^Ut; Fnank, on thz old homz&tzad; [Emma] HfU. Ffiank W. F. W, EzckzA, Wah- 
pzton; WaJitha] SchAozdzn. o^ Hanlvin&on; [Alma] Ma4 AfuthuJi Efio&wiikz, BoAnzy, One 
daaghtzfi, Ida, cU.zd at thz agoz o^ 14 in Hanki.mon, and anothzn daughtzA Malvinz, dizd 
hzfLZ i.n 1906. Bziidzi thz diiZdAzn namzd abovz, thzfiz oAZ 29 gAandchiZdAzn and 27 
gKzat-g AandchiZdAzn. 

Ufa, Hohzn&tzfin wai a woman o^ high chafvactzfi, beZovzd and z&tzemzd by all who 
knzsa hzfi. Shz wcu, wzZt known, zipzcixilly among thz zanZy pionzzfii along thz i)Jild Ricz, 
and wa& iofi many yzoAi a {^aiXhiuZ and dzvotzd mzmbzfi o^ St, John'i Luthzfian Chufick 
congfLZgation in BzZiofid. Thz ^unzfial wai hzld Wzdnziday wiXh izfwiczi by Rev. J. P. 
KJUuuiilzfi, and thz St. John' 6 Chufich wai ^illzd to capacity wiMi {^fuizndi oi&zjnblzd to 
pay a ^inaJi tfuibutz to thz dzpoAtzd. Intzfmznt wai madz in thz ^amiZy lot in St. John'i 
Cemztzfiy, 

HANKWSOM NEWS ************ Auguit 30, 1923 

VEATH OF N. C. McPONALP 

NziZ C. Mc Donald, 47, itatz iupzAintzndznt oi public initfuictioni 1917-1918 and 
wzJUL known ai an zducatofi, dizd iuddznly at Gloigow, MT., Satufiday af^tznnoon. He wai 
znfioutz to Szattlz, Wa., whzfiz hz wai to havz takzn up kli dutizi as Vzan 0)$ thz Libzfial 
AAJti Dzpt. 0^ thz SzattZz ?aci.{,ic ColZzgz. 

Dfi. and fAfii. McDonald lz{,t Gfiand fofiki, on a Gfizat Nofuthzfin tfiain Ffiiday zvznLng, 
Hz wai takzn ill on thz tfiain and dizd a {^zw howii laXzA. Although hz had bzzn in poofi 
hzalXh ^ofi 6omz timz hij, condiXion wai not comidzfizd 6Zfiioui, and dzath wa^ wholly un- 
zxpzctzd. 



Vfi, Mac VonaZd woi bofui at HichaZait Bay, Ont. MoAch 17ih, 1S76. He came to 
NoAth Dakota, viitk hii paAe.nti Zn ptomex day^ and thzy Zocatzd on a ^anm nzafi Hannah 
-en CavatLsA County. We QAadaatzd iKom UayvZZiz CoZZzgt tn 1S96 and hz wai, aZ&o a gfuid- 
uatz OjJ thz UnZ\j. o^ NoKth Dakota.. 

Dtczoizd was wzLt known Zn ZLchZand County and 4eAued oi the. SupzAyintindtnt OjJ 
Schooti at LidgzAwood £oA &zvznxtt yzoAi. 

HANKJNSON NEWS «»«««»*««*»« SzptmbzA 73, 1923 

FARMER KILLED NEAR LIDGERWOOD 

Lza itlaUiace., young {^aJmzA o^ nzoA. Lidgtnusood wom f^ataJULy ZnjuAzd wh&n Aun ovzA by 
a coAn bZndtA oi ht attzmpttd to Atop the. Aunaway texm dAouxlng thz Ajnptdjmznt. He had 
itoppzd thz tejom to Azmovz qacuji bundtu tha;t wete In thz way, Thz halt whzzt o^ thz 
bZndzA pa&Azd ovzA kit, chzit, ZnjuAing him ZntzAnaZty and hz dlzd about two houAS ZatzA. 

PEATH OF WELL KhlOWhl PIONEER 

FuneAo^ iZAvZczi wzAZ hztd at Wahpzton Tuz6day a{^tzAnoon at thz SchniLtt 6 Otkon 
ChapzZ. on fouAth StAZZt, {^oA F. W. HuAnbzAgzA, CZvlt WaA VztzAan and G. A. R. mzmbzA, 
who Az&Zdzd A.n ZlchZand County ^OA many yzoAi,, until 1904 whzn hz movzd to louia. 

Ha. NuAnbzAgzA was boAn A.n Gzfmany Zn 1838, bzlng zZghty i-ivz yzoAS o^ agz at thz 
tunz Oj{ hli dzath. He camz to Amzfu.ca Zn 1853, and izttlzd tn Ohio. In 7861 hz znLtitzd 
tn thz UnZon AAmny, 6ZAvzd thAough thz zntiAz pzAiod 0(J thz CLvUL WaA and woa honoAably 
diichoAgzd. In 1864 hz was maAAlzd and Zn 1881 thz ^amZZy movzd to Wahpzton, vohzAZ thzy 
ZZvzd ^OA a ijew yzoAi, and thzn movzd to a ^anm nzoA LidgzAMOod, whzAZ thzy Ztvzd until 
WOO whzn Ma&. HuAnbzAgzA pa&izd away. Thzy AztuAnzd to Wahpzton at that -tone and Azmaln- 
zd until 1904, whzn Ua. MuAnbzAgzA was again moAAizd to an Ohio lady and AztuAnzd to that 
6tatz vohzAz hz hai, Az&ldzd zvzA ^>lnaz. 

SzAvlcz& wete conductzd by Rev. E. AUln, PoitoA o^ thz CongAzgatlonal ChuAch. 
JntzAmznt ^oUowzd at thz Wild Rlcz CzmdtzAy, vozMt oi Wahpzton J.n thz family plot. Thz, 
Wahpzton ?0£t o^ thz AmzAlcan Lzglon had chaAgz o^ thz mltitaAy honoA& which wzAZ atcoAd- 
zd to thz G.A.R. VztzAan. 

Ha, NuAnbz^igzA camz Into pAomlnzncz a good many yzaAt> ago thAough a pAOizcatlon 
In&tltatzd by {,zdzAal authofUtlz& choAglng him with iuboAnation o^ pzAJuAy In connzctlon 
with thz puAcha&z of^ homzttzadzA' i clcum6. Thz ca&z, bzcaa&z O)} thz ^act that hz was a 
highly Az^pzctzd Civil WaA VztzAan, ottAactzd wldz attzntion, and wa& hoAd fought In thz 
couAtit. Thz {,lAit tAxal In U. S. Dl&tAlct CouAt at Tango Az&ultzd In a conviction, but 
an appzal wa4 -Cafeen to thz U. S. ClAcult CouAt. of^ Appzali and thz dzcl&lon oi thz lowzA 
count wai Azvzuzd. kbldz inom thz publicity glvzn to thz Xwo tnlali thz caiz bzcamz 
a iont oi pZltlcal Iji&uz In thli county ion a tlmz, with thz Az&ult that thz namz OjJ 
MuAnbzAgzA will bz callzd Instantly to mind by mo4t o^ thz old tlmzA& hzAzahouti . 
HANfCINSON NEWS ************ SzptembzA 13, 1923 



CARP OF THANKS 

The. u.ndeA£Zgne.d laC&k to expA.e64 thzZ/i hzaJit{^eJUi gAJLtctade. to aJU. who fLzndtn.zd aid 
and cu^iiZtitance. dafUng thz da.if& o^ Au^^eAlng o^ oun. dzpcuvtoA mothzx, Ufu>. EmiLLz Hohzn- 
itznn. We extznd qua thanki to the. donzu o^ £Zowz/u and to the. cko-iu oi Manlunion 
and BeZ^ofid ^on. theln. iZngA.ng, 

Ufu. UoAtha EA.o.&0M6kz Hu. BeAtha SteJjwehJi 

HfL& . Anna Tlegi Ma^ . HinrUz Witt 

Ma4 . Emma SahnozdeA ■. Mw . Aima BecfeeA 

Ttvank Hohen&teAn Otto Hohej^&teAn 

A ^ZumbeA I know Zn JeMU ' name, A Ke&t {^Kom alZ toiZ and lonxow; 

ZaAth tendeAZy takz6 my wea/iy ^nxiine, To 4£eep tiZZ the btli^^ut moKfuow; 

In Heaven my 60uZ with God abides, Forgotten a/ie canei and tAlaZ6. 



HMKTNSON MEifJS ************ September. 13, 1923 

MRS. W. T. SPEWCER AMSWERS FTWAL CALL 
WeZZ Known ReiZdervt o^ Oafi City Paired Auay Sunday A^teA Bttiei TlZnz&i 

Hankln&on peopZe wefiz Znzxpfizi&Zbty ^hockzd and gAievzd whzn wond wznt aAound 
Sunday evening that Ma4. W. T. Spenczt had pa&^zd away at 4 ?M that a^teJinoon a^tzn. 
an lZZne66 oi$ but a ^ew houu . Acute itomacJn. tAoubtz wai ttz caa&z o^ hefi demliz and 
6hz wait lit but a (Jew houu. 

Sofiah Janz 0^{,Zczn. Spznczn. wai bofi.n Jane 7th, 1847, Z.n ChandteAivtllz, OH, and 
wai tn hen. 77th yzan. o^ age: She movzd to SpnJ.ngvWiz, WJ., with hex poAznti and two 
bAotheA& In 1S57 and attended thz Univ. OjJ Wi6con&ln ion. two yeoAi, at thz cZoiz o^ thz 
CLvtt WoA. Soon a^teA thz iamiZy movza to Auitln, MM., wheAe, on June 14th, 1873, ihz 
urn maAAied to W. T. SpenaeA who 6uAvivz6 hen.. TheiA GoZdzn Wzddlng AnntveAiany wai 
qutztZy obieAved at theiA home In thti, city In Junz o^ tiiz pne&ent yeoA. Thz young touplz 
Zivzd two yeofUtZn New Hampton, Jowa, ten yeoAi, in NoKthwood, Jovea, about 20 yeoAi, In 
HinnejapotU , and ^on thz past twenty ye/vu have fceen n.zi>Zdenti o^ Hanklmon. 

AZZ hen chiZdnen, one bnothex, and thAee gAandchZldnen iuAvlve hen., Thz dfuJ.dnzn 
oAz: Wm,W. SpenceA, Tnz&no, CA., Fnank C. SpznceA, GAand Canyon, AZ., Lynn SpenceA, 
KlilZ&, New Mexico; Nettie C. SpenceA and Many E. SpenceA o^ Hanklmon. Thz bnothen, 
W. W. Oiilczn, Zlvei. In MyntZe, MN, With thz exception oi thz two iom ^lA&t named, 
aZZ ane hzne ion the iuneAaZ which wlZZ be heZd at 2 VU thl6 aitennoon with 6eAvlcz& by 
Rev. C. CanA at thz CongnzgatlonaZ ChuAch. IntzAmznt wlZZ bz madz In HlZZdldz CemeteAy. 

Thz death oi Ma4. Spznczn. nemovz& inom oun community a woman who wai, beZoved by 
aZZ who enjoyed the pnlvlZzgz oi hzn acquaintance. HzA AptendldchAl&tlan chanacteA 
&honz thnoughout thz noutlnz oi hzn. zvzAy day Zliz, and 6hz wa& a dzvotzd wliz, a kind 
and Indulgent mothen and a tnuz inlznd. 



Thz 4tympcLthy o^ the. zntOiz communcty gou oat to thz ioAAouxing hu&bcind and 
otkeji membzAi, o^ the. {^amiZy Zn theAA gfitat £o44. 
HANKIMSON NEWS ************ SeptemfceA 20, 79f3 

Ma., and M/L6. kfitiiuA. El6en o^ Gfiejit Bend mouJin thz dexuth o{t theJji baby boy, Uonnoz 
AcAXoZ, who dZed at tht Wahpeton Ho&pZtaZ. ejvtZy Tuesday mo Anting . Thz LLtttz {^eZZow mai, 
onJLy a yexVL old but occupied a LoAgz pZacz ^ thz hzoAti of^ hU ^ond paA.znt& . Thz 
^anzAoZ mJtZ be heJid ffUday ^Kom thz UzthodJjtt ChuAch -in Cxzat Bend. Thz 60M.ouilng 
poAznti havz thz hzoAt^eZt 4>ympathy o^ theJji many ^AJ.zndi and nzighboxi, 

************ SzptembzA 10, 1923 

FATAL HUMUNG ACCIPEWT LAST SUMVM. . . . 
,,,Wifcte/l Kozppz^ .14 yzaA6 Old, VZdtbn oi AccUdzntal Shooting Sunday Evzning.,. 

OJaZtzA Kozppz, 14, ^on Oq Ma., and iVl/wV TAanz Kozppz o{, thz Hamman. nzighboAhood, 
dLizd Taz&day moAJu.ng at 6 AM ^A.om thz z^^zct6 o^ a 6 hooting azdidznt Sunday zvzn-ing, 

Vounjg Kozppz, -in company (uZth a tad vumzd Evznl>on and ZlLt GloinzK, had bzzn 
hunting dwUng thz a^tzAnoon. About ihc o'cZozk Zn thz zvznZng, wfien uxithin a mltz 
iAom thz Kozppz homz, young Kozppz itzppzd out oi thz can. and Azachzd ^oAhil> ten gatigz 
ihot gun which lay on thz ^Zat tAuck Kzax znd o^ thz VoAd coA. Hz gAobbzd thz gun by 
thz muzztz and putted, tt towajidu> hAjnizt^, Onz o^ thz hammZAi caught on i,omz ob^tAuction 
and thz weapon tuoi dt&choAgzd, thz entcAz choAgz taktng z^^zct in hl6 Alght Aidz, tzoA- 
tng away thz ^tzih and bonz and expoA-ing thz -intz&tinz&. Hti companlom ti^tzd him Into 
thz COA and Au&hed to thz Kozppz homz and mzdicat aid wa& immzdiatzty 6ummonzd. Vk, V.yan 
6ewzd up thz gaping wouyCdd but thz injuAy wa6 ^uch that thzAz wa6 no hopz oi AzcoveAy, 
and thz tad poi/tzd away Tuziday moAning a^tzA ^a^^zAing gKzat agony ^oA 36 houA&. 

Thz icznz 0(5 thz accident t6 about 16 miZzi 6outJvAJZ6t o£ Hardztmon. Thz Kozppz 
^amity oAz pionzeAi o'^ thz nzighboAhood and oAz wztt known. Thz tad wa6 a ^avoAitz 
with ht& young ^Ayiendi, and thz tzAAibtz accident ha& coit a gtoom ovzn. thz HammeA 
countAy, Thz paAznt£ havz thz sympathy o£ att in thelA gAzat tx)il. 

Thz ^unzAot Zi being hztd thts> a{^tzAnoon with ^zAviczi at thz chuAck neoA thz 

Kozppz homz, condactzd by Rev. CtoztzA. 

************ 

RICHLAWP PIONEER PEAP AT FARGO 

Uaj,. EteanoA Woodi, 76, a widow, dLizd at hzA homz in FoAgo Sunday o^ czAzbAot 
hzmoAAhagz. Vzcza&zd wa6 a pionzeA Az&idznt o^ Hichtand County, having iztttzd with 
hzA hu6band nzoA Lidgznwood nzanty 40 yeaA& ago. Thz {,amity movzd to ToAgo about 
20 yeoAd ago. Ua. Wood& ha& hincz dizd. Vzcza6zd i6 iuAvivzd by onz daughteA, Mw. 
VeXta Wilion of, EndeAttn. 

HANKZhlSON HEWS ************ OctobzA 4, 1923 

JCSEVH WOLF 

Joizph, 4 yzoA otd ion 0|J Ua.. and Hai>. KoaJL Wot'i, dizd at thz family homz in 
thti ctty Tuesday zvzning o^ hemoAAhagz o^ thz tivzA af^tZA onz wzzk o^ ittnz&i. 



?Ktv-ioai to that tirnz the. LittZz izttou) had been zxczptionoLbf hzaZthy and kL& i^uuddzn 
dzatk woi anexpecied and a 4>ad bZoui to the. 6tAA.ckzn iamUiij. 

The. £aneMxit woi keZd thU mofinlng, [ThuM,day] , -at thz St, VhiLip^i ChuAch. 
Jntfunzrvt woi madz Zn the. Cathotic CemztzAy, 

HANKTNSOU WEWS «»«««»»*»««« OctobeA IS, 7923 

BARNEV MAW VEAV OF HEART FAILURE 
FJizd Gfumanz, VAomintnt RziZdznt o^ Bannzy VXJUiaqt, Vfioppzd Vzad Wzdnzidaif,), 

TKzd Gfumanz, weZt known Kui.do.nt o^ BoKnzy VWLclqz'. dAoppzd dzad Wzdnziday 
a^tzAnoon o^ hzofit ^aZtuAz. HZd iaddzn and anzxpzctzd dzatJi woi a gAzat 6hock to thz 
communAJty whzAZ hz woi a pZonzzA. 

VzcexUizd wa& 65 yzau oi age and Zi luAvZvzd by thz wc(Je and a Iojiqz {^amULj oi 
cJuJLdKzn. MAi . Gfumanz voat, a daaghtzA o^ Mt. and Mfi&. Wm. Jakfi, who weAe among Hank- 
Zmon'i vzfty ^Zfiit 6zttZzfU. MfU. H. C. Ho^^man o^ thZi <Uty Zi a iZitzfi. 
HANKJNSON NEWS ************ OctobzA U, 1923 

FATAL ACCIPEWT ON MOORETON ROAV 
Ufa. CoaI Efidman, Wl^z o^ WzZt Known Fanmzfi, Vlzd La&t Night Ffiom ZnjafUzi.. .. 

Uu. CofiZ Efidman, ZnjuAzd whzn thz {^amihj auto tufmzd ovzA on thz fuiad bztwzzn 
MoofLZton and Wa}r.pe;ton Taz&day, dZzd la^t zvznlng at thz Wahpzton Ho&pZtaJi ^Aom ZnjuAZzi 
6iii>tai.nzd Zn thz ima^h-up, 

Thz EAdman ^amiZy, wzZZ known ^afimzAi fiZ&ZdZng wz6t o^ Wahpzton WZAZ fiztuAnZng 
^fwm a tfUp to FoAgo. Thz coA, a UaxwzZZ, had a6 pa&i,zngzA6, MfU,. EAdman and thz cKiZd- 
Azn with M/L. EAdman at thz whzzl. A ^Aont whzzZ bAokz o^i, cau&Zng thz coA to tuAn 
tuAtZz. fAfUi. Endman ioitainzd a bfiokzn cottoA bonz and wa& takzn to thz Wahpzton Hoip- 
ZtaZ. HzA ZniuAlzi, wzAZ not thought to be izfiioad, but Zt Zi, pfiobahtz that ZntzAnaZ 
ZnjuAZzi fiz6uZtzd which wzAZ not known at ^Zut. M^. EAdman took a tuAn iofi thz wofiMt 
yzitzAday and poiizd away ta&t zvznZng. 

MfL6. EAdman waa thz onJby mzmbzA OjJ thz paAty to be ZnjuAzd. 
HANKWSON NEWS ************ OctobzA 25, 1923 

AnZznz, thz 6zvzn day old daughtzA o^ Ua. and Uu. A. Kuzhl o^ Waldo Towmhlp, 

paii&zd away zoAZy Tuesday zvznZng, thz caxuz o^ hzA dznth wai, due to acutz zonvul&Zonii . 

FunzAol 6ZAvZcz6 wzfiz conductzd at thz homz today. Rev. Klaailzn. o^^ZcZatZng. Thz 

bzAzavzd poAznti havz thz hzafitiztt sympathy o{, thzZfi ^fiZzndi. 

************ 

BAWKER SHOTGUN VKTIH 

Ma. and MfU>. Van S. RZlzy motoAzd to VZ^IoAd, MN., thz {^Zut oi{ thz wzzk whzAZ 
on Tuziday thzy attzndzd thz {^unzAol oi P. V. MZtchztt, CoihizA of, thz FZut Statz Bank 
oi EAdahl, UN,, who wai azcZdzntaUbj' ■ kZZJLzd whZlz hunting FfiZday af^tzAnoon. Vzcza^zd 
wai, an old ^fiZznd o^ thz RZZzy {^amZly. 

Juit how thz accZdznt oczufiAzd that Az&uZtzd Zn Ufi. HitchzlZ'i dzath wZll nzvzA 
bz known a& hz wa& alonz at thz timz. Hz had Iz^t town Zn hZi auto, takZng hZi, gun along. 



EvZdzntZy hz ^toppzd thz coA bat Zz^t thz zngZnz fuj.nru.ng, and -in dtightinQ tht gtm 
waa di&choAgzd, tkz toad taking zfiizct andzA hit, chin and hanging wpuoand. Vzath woi 
pjwbabZy l.nitantanzoa6 . 

VzczoMzd wofi about 40 yzoAi old and tzavzM a vxilz and f^amUbj, 
HMKinSOH NEWS ************ OctobeA 25, 1923 

FAIRMOUNT MAW ATTEMPTS SUTCJVE TOES. 

Hick Rabl&h, ViontzK o^ That City VaUizd In Attempt at Szlf, Vz&tAuctlon, . . 

Hick Rablih, 60, plonzzA Kz&ldznt o^ Falnmount, madz an amucczi-i) ^uZ attempt to 
commit iulcldz Taziday monning, Hz gaihzd kilt tknxjat and U3fuj,ti with a pockzt knl^z',' 
and vzfixj neafihj iuucczzdzd In thz attempt to znd hl6 Zl^z. 

Ruhlih, uiho ouin6 a ^Inz ^OAm a coapZz ojj mlZz6 wzit o^ Talfvmoant on thz Hanklnx 
6 on fixjad, wa^ zvldzntZy waZklng £/u}m town to thz iaAm, Stepping jtut o^^ thz highway 
fee goihzd hli thfioat and uifil&ti In a hoMlbZz mannzA. with a kzzn-zdgzd pockzt knl^z. 
(Uhzn ^oand by a pairing motofUj>t a lew mlniitzi Zatzn., hz vooi, wzak ^Kom Zo66 ojj bZood. 
Hz woi takzn to FalAmoant whzfiz ^lAit old wot, glvzn, then kuJintzd to thz Zfizck.znnA.dgz 
HoApltaZ whzfiz Zatz Kzpoftti Indlcatz that hz volZZ Kzcovzfi, Thz a-niofituyiatz man fea6 been 
i>a{i{^zfilng ^fiom canceA ^oK ^omz tlmz and thl& coupZzd with btU)lnzi>.l, fizvzfuzi In hl& ^afm- 
Ing opzfuitlonii , li, thought to havz bzzn thz caa&z o£ hlj, attempt at izZ^ de^tAiictlxn. 

Hz hoM a wl^z and lamUUj o{^ gfvown chlZdfizn and l& numbeAzd among thz htghZy 
fLZipzctzd cltlzzni o^ Falnmount. 

HANKWSON MEWS ************* OctobeA 25, 7923 

PEATH FOLLOWS SUICIPE ATTEMPT MOW. 
NlchoZa6 Retiblih, Falnmount Man, Vlz& Fn.om Szl^-ln^Zlctzd Woundi, 

NlchoZa6 Rzuhzn, well known Falnmount Az6ldznt whoiz attempt at iulcldz by cutting 
hi& thnoat and w>Ui,t& with a jackni^z woi chnonlcZzd In thz WEWS Za&t wzzk, dlzd at thz 
Bfizckznfildge Ho-ipltaZ Monday . 

Thz ^anznjaZ was heJZd Wzdnziday £n.om thz Mzthodl&t Chunch at Falnmount, 
Thz deceased wai 66 yzanjt oZd at thz tlmz o^ hli death, and wai bon.n In CzzchoySZovakla. 
Hz l6 6an.vlvzd by hli, widow, Mfii. CZana Rubl&h, eight chlZdn.zn and two bxotkznjt. Thz 
bnothzni, a/cz: Fna.nk o^ FaAgo and John o{, Spznczn., TA. Thz widow and ^Ivz chlZdnzn Zlvz 
at Falnmount. They anz: MAi, H. S, Szavzn., MAi. S.W.Leathant, Hi&& EtheJL, HznAy and 
EdimAd G. OtheA chlZdAzn aAZ Rudolph of; VetAolt, MI., EJbnzn J. o^ Zn.zckznfu.dgz and 
Benjamin o^ SoutheAn Iowa, Thz dlnzct cau&z 0|5 dzath wa& pneumonia which let In ioZZow- 
Ing hli InjuAlzi. 
HMIKWSON NEWS ************ NovembeA I, J923 



WELL KNOWN SOO CONVUCTOR IS VEAV 
John ThomcU), Soo T/LcU-nman {^oK ¥onty VejOAM, End& Own Li^z cut Ki&maAck . . . , 

John ThomcU), Soo Conductor known to zvzAyone. Zn Hankiniton, commuttzd itU.CA.dz by 
ihooting kirmeJil tlvwagh thz head at Ivti homz Zn EcfimoAcfe Hondmj evening. IIZ hzaZtk 
AJt thz pKobabZz fizoion ion. hlit AxUth act. 

Vzczaizd UKU) thz oZdz&t condactoA. Jin poZnt ojj iZAv^icz on thz zntOiZ Soo iyitem. 
Hz n/in thz ^Zut tAjoln ovzn. thz maA.n tinz injom hzfiz to VoKtaZ. Vofi many yza/a hz had 
thz Hankyin&on'EZimaAck fuin and ipznt a gKzat dzat OjJ kl& timz in tkti cxXy. Hz had 
"fuaWioadzd" a£Z kii ti^z and u)a6 Zdzntl£i.zd uilth thz Soo 6y6tm ^Aom thz datz oi lti> 
oAganlzatUjon. Hid tAa.g-ic dzath woi a gAzat ihock to hoiti o^ HardUmon {^Aa-ZyuLi,, Hz 
andzAwznt an opzAotlon iomztunz ago ^OA canazA 0(J tkz mouth, and ^zoA. that thz dJizad 
dlizaiz woA AztuAning doubtZui azcoixntlt ioA hZ& izZ^ dz&tAuctlon. 

Vzcza&zd woi ovc/l 75 yzoJii, o^ agz but Az^uizd to AztiAZ untit long ago hz had 
Azachzd thz agz ioA AztJjilng on a pzn&Zon. Hz continuzd on hli Aun bztMZzn hzAZ and 
EiimaAck antiZ a ^ew monthi ago whzn hz votuntoAHy AztlAzd. 

Hz Z& iuAvZvzd by hU uii^z and onz maAJvizd daiightzA, both Az&ZdA,ng in Ki&maAck. 
Thz iunzAoZ -65 bzing heZd today at Bij,maAck undzA thz aa&piczi OjJ thz MaionZc Lodgz 
0^ that (uXy o^ which hz wa& a mzmbzA ^oA many yzoAJt , 

ANOTHER PIONEER CALLED 

Augait EAnzit Kozppz, a AZiZdznt o^ thz HammZA nzighboAhood ^OA moAZ than 20 yzxiAJt, 
dlzd at hii homz -in lUnnuota. town&hip on SatuAday, Nov. 3Ad, a^tzA an ZlZnz&i o^ iix 
monthi. 

Vzczoizd wad boAn in GzAmany on MaAch I6tk, ISSS, and camz to AmzJiica whitz a 
young mcun. Hz wa& a pionzzA o^ RobzAti County and i^ iuAvZvzd by thz wZf^z and a taAgz 
^amiZy o£ chUZdAzn. A bAothzA, FAo.nz Kozppz, tivz6 in thz 6amz nzi.ghboAhood. ThzAZ 
OKZ at&o t»io iuAviving iiitzAi. Vzczaizd wai> an indu&tAioui, and thAi^ty )$a/une/i and 
had thz zitzem and Az&pzct o{, aZZ who fenew kim. 

Thz ^unzfud. wai, hzZd Wzdnz&day, Nov. 7th, Rev. C. ObzAdozdtzA conducting thz 
&ZAvi.czi> at thz Wzinkaui ChoAch. Thz paZtbzoAZAi wzAz W. F. Wzinkaa^, RobzAt Wzinkau^, 
MaAtin HzyzA, HzAman Schaltz, and Al^Azd WztzZg. Thz iZAviczi wzAz attzndzd by a loAgz 
nwnbzA o£ oZd ^Aizndi and nzighboAi . 

HANKWSON NEWS ********** NovzmbzA 8, 1923 

FORMER RESWENT VEAV 

Maj,. WiZhzimina StzAn, who hoi tivzd in Wahpzton ^OA thz la&t 10 yzoJU, with hzA 
ion RobzAt StzAn, and who hot, bzzn a Az&idznt o^ Richland County ^OA thz ta&t 40 yzoAi, 
dizd at hzA ion'i homz laj>t Thufu,day, dzath wai cauizd by myocaAditij, . 

Shz wai, boAn Zn Gznmany 79 yzaAi, ago and camz to thii countAy 41 yzau ago izttZ- 
Zng nzoA FzAgui Tatt6, A^tzA Living thzAz about 18 monthi thz iamiZy moved to a £afm 
nzoA Hankimon. Thz dzczoizd tivzd thzAZ untiZ 1913 whzn &hz camz to Wahpzton to tivz 



with hoA. 6on, Robe/ut. 

She haii jj^ve cKUidAzn tiv^g. Thzy (W.e: RobeAt and Gait oi dlahptton, Augait o^ 
UooKdizad, Ffiank o^ Idaho and f^. WZZhoIniLna HoZtz o^ TzAgiu, TaZJU,. Shz alio had 

32 gJumdckiZdAtn and 13 gfLZat-gAandc}uZdA.ejfi, )Globz 

HANKJNSON NEWS ********** " HovmbzA 8, T923 

VEIMERE FARMER KILLEV BY MAP BULL 
Nell, Andzuon \fUZtzd by Uad BuH. In Attempt to VfUvz Anbnal Aviaij 

UeJU Andtuon^ age about 65 yzau, who has be.zn ZA.vA.ng with his 6Z6teA., Hfii . BonA- 
ion, 3^ mltu 6oath wt&t o^ Ve. LameAz was fUZted by a mad bulZ SatuAdaij tvejiing. 

The. ajfumaZ beZongcd to a nexg/tfco-t. and had 6een bothe/Ling ofwand the. BoAd&on ^anm 
dufUng tkz day. In thz evejiing Ufi. AndeJiion took a pAXch^ofdz and 6tafitzd to d/ixve him 
home.. When a ^hofut dl&tancz ^Kom the. boAn the. en/iage-d animal tuJinzd on Ma.. AndeJiion, 
knocking kirn to the ground, cnmhlng In hl& che/tt and one ilde. o^ hi& body wa6 teAAlbly 
tann, by thz vlcloai, anlmat'^) hon.n&, 

hUi. AndeA^on manage.d to cAowZ to the hoii&e., wheAe ha> sliteA came, to hli> ftt&cae.. 
Thz ZMjage.d arumaZ ^oZZowed lt& victim to the dooK-itep otJ the hoaie, and had to fee 
dAlven away by the. AliteA. Ha. AndeA&on Lived {ouA houA& a^teA the attack. 

Peceoied wai, a bacheZoK and hli> only 6uAvlvlng fieJiatlve. li the ildteA, Wu. Bofid- 

ion. WyndmeAZ HeAaJtd 

HANKJNSON NEWS ********** NovembeA 13, 1923 

MRS. GEO. E. VHJLLJP'S PEAP 

Hankln6on ^iLendi oi Geo. E. Philips extejnd sympathy to him In the. toll oi hl& 
wl^e, Uyfuttz E., who died at EJULendate on Sept. 30th, {otlowlng a it/toke. o^ apoplexy 
on the pKevloait day. The PhlUpA family paiied tJiKoagh Hankln&on the day bef,ofLe 6he 
wa& itAlckejn, being enAoate to thelA home at Ellendale a{,teA an auto tnlp to Valath. 

Ma., and Ma&, Vhltipi fie^lded In Mankind on ^oA. about th/iez yeau. They came hsAe 
£Aom Jamzitown and Initallzd Hankln6on'& zlzctAlc light plant, thz bai,lnz66 being con- 
ducted undeA thz vwme oi thz PhlZlpi-CoAlzton Co., until thzy 6old out to thz OttzA- 
Tall PoweA Company. Vfwm heAz thzy wznt to ElZzndalz whzAz Mt. Phltipi In&tallzd a 
lighting and powzn. plant whlcJi hz itllZ own&. Uu. Phlllpi wa& a membeA oi thz Hank- 
ion Camp 0)5 tliz Woodmzn Clficlz and coAAlzd ll^z In&uAancz In tha.t ofiden.. 
HANKJNSON NEWS ************ November 22, T923 

HUNTER SHOT SUNVAV 

FATAL SHOOTING NEAR UJLNOR LAST SUNVAV AFTERNOON Chai, . W. Cohen, 

Pfiomlnent BtaxLneii Mn, Klllzd by Vl&choAgz o^ Own Gun 

Choi. W. Cohen, pfiomlnent clothing man o^ HiZnoK, wai accidentally ihot and killed 
white poAtlclpatlng In the annual Ullnofi midnight Aabblt dfilve at 1:15 Al^ Sunday, 

With ievetal gKoupi o^ HiZnoA hunteAi, Ua. Cohen wai out In the ^letdi about a 
mile and a half, {iKom UllnoA.. Hz had a doublz boAAzled ihot gun, and had dlichafiged one 
boAAel, wounding the fvabblt. He went to kill It, uilng the butt 0(J the gun ai a club 
and thz otiizn boAAzl oq tlie gun wai dlichanged Into lili body above tliz heoAt, killing 



hun aZmo6t Znitantty. 

In thz immzxiuite. pcvUy with Wi, Cohen wfiz the. ioZZowlnQ HiinoA. cctczeni: Judy 
Fang^Kud, lilUMvid Tcujzn. and HzaJ. PzteA&on. 

CofioneA LouAj, SteJjnkz oi FoAjnan held an -inquest oveA the body, £^dZng dexuth 
uxLi ac(u.dejntal, 

Uk. Cohzn u}a& {^ofaneJity In thz clotJUng buiZne^^ at LUbon In paAtneAihip uiZth 
HoMjj FZihbeAg. Theif xemovzd to HCZnofi ievoAoZ ye.aA& ago, ^^A.. FZihbeAg tzav^ng the 
iZnm about iwo yeaA& ago to go Into builne&i at Ba£{^alo, MW. 

Choi, W. Cohen wai a ion oi C. W. Cohen oi St. Paul, who ou)n& a big cJLothlng 
ba&lneJii theAz. Hz JU, iunvlved by kc& uit^z and tuo chUdxen. 

Thz body ooai taken to WyndmeAz and ihippzd to St. VauZ £ofi buAZaZ. FunznnZ iZA- 
vZczi wznz heZd at HiZnol, undeA thz au&piczi o^ thz f^ia&ontc oAdz/i thzfiz, 0(J whA-dk M/i. 
Cohzn wait a mzjmbzA. Ua. Cohzn coAAlzd ^Zl ,000 Zn tL^z .iniuAancz. 
HANKWSON NEWS »»»»«»*«», • , Vzcembzn. 6, 1922 

Joe ReZnkz AzzeAvzd a meMOQZ SatuAday monnln^ announcing thz dzath o^ hli Unctz, 
Thomai, Rzlnkz, at kii old homz in EZimiood, WI. Joe Iz^t thz lamz day accompanizd by 
hl& mothzA, Ha&. Hikz CZn&bach, to attend thz lunzAat which wai, held on Tuz&day oi thli, 
wzzk. Ma.. Relnkz wa£ engaged In thz hoAduoaAZ bu/>lnz&6 with hl6 A on ^OA many yeoAi and 
wai 76 yeoM o{t oge at thz tunz o^ hl6 dejoth. 

Although Ma. Relnkz had nzvzA madz hl6 homz In Plchland County, hz hoi ^ofi yzau 
made ^Aeqaznt vlilti to Hanklnion and wai well known hzAz. Hz li iuAvlved by j$ouA ioni, 
tujo daughtzUfOnz iliteA and two bAothzAi. 

HANKWSOhl NEWS ************ VzcejnbzA 6, 1923 

MRS. ANTON TRAPP PEAP 

Ua&. Anton TAapp died zoAly Sunday moAnlng at hzA homz In LibeAty Gaovz Towmhlp, 
thz caoiz 0(5 hzA dzath being compllcjotloni o^ pneumonia and kldnzy tAoublz. 

hOii. TAapp wai appoAzntly ^zzilng well at S o'clock SatuAday evening when a ihoAp 
pain wai ^eZt In hzA ildz. Shz became uncomcloui ihontly af^teA and xzmalned io until 
dexith camz about eight AM Sunday moAnlng. 

Thz TAapp family movzd to thelA LibeAty Caovz ^anm about ^ouA yzoAi ago, coming 
^Aom Ada, HN. Veczaizd wai 33 yzoAi o^ agz and Izavzi to moufm heA untimely death a 
huiband and izvzn imaZl chlldAzn. 

FuneAoZ izAvlczi weAZ held at St. Pztzn. and Pauli ChuAch In MantadoA, Wzdnziday 
moKnlng, Rev. FatheA Wllkzi o^^clatlng. Thz iOAAowZng huiband hoi thz heaAt{^zlt 
iympathy o{, thz entltz community. 

HANKINSON NEWS *********** * VecembeA 6, T923 

A PIONEER CALIEV 

MRS. GEO. mCHEEl ANSWERS SUfMONS OF GRIM REAPER 

Rzildzd In Hanklnion {,oA 39 YzaAi and li SuAvlvzd by LaAgz Family o£ ChlldAzn 



******** 



AnotheA plonzzA AZildznt a^ Hanklnion amweAzd thz ^Inal iummom on Tuziday Pec. 
11th, 1923, at 4 PU, whzn MAi . GeoAgz Machezl paazd away at heA home In thli city. 



ErtiLtLz Tftizdhlaka. Cajiotim UachzzZ wa4 boKn at CoKdz&hagzn, GeJunarvj, on hioAch 3Kd, 
1854, hzn pa/Lznti bexng LudujZg and WXJihzLnina R&6ZneA, both now deceoied, Shz gfiew to 
mativUtij Aji Gtnmany and woi mafuU-zd on Jan. 7, 1S73, to Tzfidiniuvd Razkow at kzfi bAAtk- 
placz. Thz coaplz migfuxtzd to AmeA^ca In H84, oMAvZng in HarJUn&an on Manzh IZftd oi 
that ijzaJi. Two yzoA^ ZatzA. thz Im&band dtzd. In 1888 ^hz uxu moAAtzd to Gzofigz Hackzzt 
oi LidgzAwood, HV., who dZzd Zatzfi. 

Thz iUAvtving chitdfizn aAz: MA4. Uathltda. Rahn, TzfidJjiand Rackow, Emma KanzAt, 
Bzntha Z/uxdiond, G.E. Rackow o^ Uajntadofi, ThzodoKz UachzzZ o^ (UZnofi, WP., WiZUam 
MackzeZ and CZanxi AZbzu . Ww . CanZ landzt i/, a i>i^tzn.. 

About zlgfitzzn months ago UfU. Mackzzt bzcamz a^^tCctzd with zanzzn. o^ thz Up 
and tkit, wai, thz tittanatz cause o^ hzA dzath. Shz wa& a JLi{^z long and dzvout membzn. 
0^ thz Gznman EyiangzticaZ. ChuAch and dizd iinm Zn thz ChnZitian ^aith. Hzn. dzath -Ll, 
lAjizzfizZy mouAnzd bif a ZaJigz numbzn. o^ ^fUznds, zspzcAjoZty among thz ptonzzfu o^ thl& 
izctlon. 

Thz iunzKaZ wUZ be hztd tomoKHow, [FAJ,day] with ■izn.vtzz& at thz homz at 1:30 PM 
and at ^z EvangzU.zal Chxoick at 2 ?^. Rev. C. ObzAdoz&tzA wUJL fee In choAgz and thz 
pattbzaAZU wiJUi bz HzAman WZnth, Cha6. Hzln, Sa., Hznman EAimmond, CaAJi Eazkhoa&z, 
JuZLoi VfULzgzn and H. C. HoU^an. Tntznmznt waJUL bz madz In thz EvangzLicaZ CmztzAy. 
HAmWSON NEWS ««»»»«»,»»** Vzcembzn. 13, 1923 

CHILD SbJALLOlUS STONE CAUSING SUWEN VEATH 

Thz community wa& shocked Sunday to IzoAn o^ thz saddzn dzath oi Othztla Lucltiz, 
daaghtzA o^ UK. and WUi. Olz Evznson o^ Nm E^^lngton. Thz glfiZ swaZLowzd a small 
Stonz whlZz on hzA way homz i-tom school ThuAsday zvznlng It bzcamz lodgzd In thz aln. 
passagz and mzdlcal aid was summoned ^Aom Hanklnson. Shz was takzn to thz EAZckzn/ildgz 
Hospital whexz an opzHjotlon was nzczssafiy to Avnovz thz obstAuctlon. Hzfi condition was 
consldzAzd vzfiy szfilous and thz ^amlty was summonzd to hzA bzdsldz. Hzn. last woKdLs 
wzAZ "Uy God HdLp Me," and thzn szzlng hzn. paAznts wzzplng, shz askzd "What's thz mattzfi 
with Papa?" wavzd hzfi hand good-byz. Thz dlAzct causz o^ hzn. dzath was pnzumonla. 

Othella Lucillz was zlght yzoAS, tu]o months and twznty nlnz days old. A vejiy 
bfilght lovablz child, always smiting, shz was thz Idol oi thz houszhold In a family o^ 
slxtzzn. 

Thz ianzKal occunAzd last Thiiuday {^Aom thz hom., and thz llttlz ioAm laid to Azst 
In thz czmztzAy nzoA. by. 

VzaXh Is a hand mastzA. Hz would takz ^Aom us ouA bAlghtzst and bzst, but hz 
cannot zvzA moA mzmony. It will szKvz as a balm to ouA woundzd hzoAts . 

HANKINSON NEWS *,« hnNGWN RECORV* ' ^^'^^^^ '' ' '''' 

"UouAn not thz lost In Azalms o£ changzlzss gladnzss, 
WhzAZ ^Alzndshlp's tlzs oAz nzvzK cAushzd and bAokzn. 
We still may mzzt; Hz who holds ouA sadnzss. 
Hath to thz tAustlng hzoAt assuAancz gl\)Zn oi that blzsszd land, 

Whzfiz iAzz ^Aom coAz and pain, 

Fond {lAlznds and lovzd onzs will unltz again." wH(/ eTFJNGTON RECORD 



OLV PIONEER CALLEV 

KifUi. CoJdi ?cu,btu.Q AnAwcAA {^-LvwiZ nmmora> 
A Ru-Ldtnt 0^ ZichZiind County ion. NzoAZy 45 Vio/u and Highly E&tzme.d. . . 

IfJU,. CoaZ PtLibfUg, MidzZy known thAoughout thJj, 6zction and a pionzzA iztXtoJi, 
dZe.d at hzfi homz In EMjanddnbafig Town&hyLp la&t Tkuuday a{,tzn. an -ilZnzi& zxttnding ovax 
a numbzA o^ yavui . WfUlz han. ittAzngth had been laJJUing ioK iomz timz, thz i-inaZ Aummoni 
(uamz OJ) a gfizat ihozk to thz ^amiZy as it wait not thought i/ie wai, in any irmzdAjxtz dang- 
Vi 0(5 pa64^g (mojy. PeAntciooi ajtizsnia. waa Hiz caose o^ dzath. 

Vzczdizd wai bofin in Gznmany, Aug. Htk, 1854, and camz to Amznica wKitz itiZt a 
young womajn. Shz hoi fiz&idzd in PJ.ckla.nd County 6incz ISSO, and thz Poibfiig iamiZy afiz 
wztl known thAoughout thiM vicinity, Vzcza&zd wai a dzvout ChAiitian and tivzd up to 
hz/L pfioizi>i>ijan in zyzfiy day Zi^z. 

Shz i& 6uAvivzd by thz itfiickzn hu&band, two ionl,, Waltzn. Pa&bfiig and PobzAt Hatz- 
hauLZfi and two daughtzu, Ww. tf!m. Bohn and Has. AAt GfiizjpzntAog , aZZ o{, whom AZJ>iAz in 
this vicinity. 

Thz lunzAoJi wad hztd at GAzat Bend and wa6 attzndzd by a loAgz numbzA o^ iofiAowing 
{^fiizndt, a64zjnblzd to pay thziA ^inaZ tnibutz to one who bzlovzd aZt. 

HEPUAU STRl/BEL 

A mzii&agz Azczivzd hzAz thz lattzA pant o^ latt wzzk announczd thz dzath o^ HzAman, 
StnnbzZ, agzd 86, at PonXland, OP. Vzcza&zd wa& onz oi thz iiAit izttlzAi in PicMand 
Caunty^ locating a homzitzad on thz WiZd Pi.cz nzoA GAzat Bznd in 1874, nzjmJLy 50 yzau 
ago. 

Vzcza6zd wai bonn in Gznmany and waj, in thz 87th yzoA o^ hii age. He maAnizd in 
thz old countAy and thz family camz to AmznicR in 1874, going diAzct to thz GAzat Bznd 
nzighbonhood. Thzy tivzd thzAz ^OA many yzoAS, latzA moving to Hankimon, and about 
tzn yzoAi ago Iz^t ion Pontland, OP., to makz thzln homz. Thz iin&t wi^z dizd duAing 
thz tmz thzy livzd nzoA GAzat Bznd and Ua. StAubzZ maAnizd again, bzing iunvivzd by 
thz i>zcond wi^z. He wai ill but a izw day.i, having bzzn takzn to a hospital about a 
wzzk bzioAz thz znd camz. He wai a kindZy old gzntlzman and had many inizndi among thz 
pionzzAi oi thz Wild Picz nzighbonhood. 

Hz ii iuAvivzd by thAzz 4on6 and two dojughtzu: Wm. StAubzl oi tkii city, Hznman 
StnubeZ oi Poiadzna, CA., Albznt StAsibzJL oi hlinnzapolLi , lAAi . UoAij PzAickbakzA oi Fango 
but who ii 6pznding thz wintzn in CaliioAnia, and UAi. HI. A. Bnjxndzl oi Chilton, WJ. 

VztaiZi 0(J thz iunznal which wai hzld at Pontland havz not bzzn Azczivzd hznz. 
HANKJUSOM NEWS »«**•**««»«« VzczmbzA 27, 1923 



yOUm MOTHER PIES 

Mti. Jcanu Tamckox, KZiXxUng nofitk o{ StZiu , cU,e.d Monday night oi Gfuivu' 
Vlizoiz a{^izA an iZZneJ>6 o^ but a {^eu) houAJ>. 

Ve.czai>zd was 33 yzaA& o^ age. and Xa 6u/LvZvzd by thz ha&band and £ouA. ^maZZ. ckiZd- 
fizn. The. sympathy oi aZZ goe4 to tke. 6oM.ovoZng ^amlZy aji theAA. gxeat beAeAvemznt. 

HAUKWSON NEWS VzcembeA 27, 1923 

ANOTHER PIONEER CALLED 

Joe. Kadzchka., onz o^ the. pZonzeM. lettZeAA oi Lidgtnwood dle.d taj>t ffUday moKyujig 
a^tzfi an IttneMi o^ 4e.veAaI. wecfei. Oeceoied, who uia& 77 yejan& o^ age at the. turn o{ 
hli, death, ha& been pnacZicaZZy heZpteii ioK tivUittzn yeaJU>, {,ottouiLng a 4>tMkz o^ 
poKaZylZc. 

He. had been a KeMlde.nt o^ LidgeM)ood ^oK 22 yea/u, . He. leaver to mouAti hU dzpofit- 
uA.e thAzz daughtzu, M^. Adolph Honl, Ma4. Joe Fac/ia and Hu. AlbzAt HeZzy, att o^ 
Lidgznwood. FanzAaZ. AeA.vZzz6 weAZ heZd at thz Bohemian CathoZA.c ChuAck at LLdgznuood 
on Sunday. •••»»,,•«»•« 

HANKINSON NEi^S ^^^^„ ^^^^ ^^^^ JanmAy 3, 1924 

CHILVHOOV ANV OLD AGE ANSWERS FINAL SUmONS 

Aaguit Stnx^z, Rzildznt o^ GAzzndaZz ioA 30 yzau, Vlzi, UnexpzctzdZy 

August St/iachz, a Az&ldznt o^ GAzzndaZz Towmklp ion. mofiz than 30 yzam,, dtzd 
a^tzA an lZZnz&6 o^ but onz day. HZ6 hzaZth had been {^OAJLlng ^ofi iomz timz but thz 
6uddeji ejid came aZmo&t without woAntng and uxii a gKzat ihock to /tC0A.z& OjJ oZd i^znd6 
among thz plonzeAi o^ thz nzlghbo/ihood. 

Vzcea&ed uiai, bofin, Hay 23hd, H5S, neaA BzAJtln, EfuindznbuAg , GeAmany, and woi In 
hi& ilxty-^ouAth yeoA at thz tlmz oi kli, death. Hz mlgAotzd to thz Unltzd Statzi In 
1S87, izttZlng {,lA.i>t at Oconouilc, WI., In that yzan. TouA yeau iatzt. In 1891 , fee 
camz to RlchZand County and loK a timz woxkzd a& a ^oAm laboKZA. Hz was maAAZed UoA- 
c/i 20;Cfe, 1893 to UaAZz JaAdcJiz^ki who, with iouA chlZdAzn, 6UAvlvz6 him. Uu. Stnackz 
wai at onz tlmz emptoyzd ai, a domzitlc In thz homz o^ SamueZ Gompzu, thz gKzat iaboA. 
Zzadzfi, and a coupZz o^ yzau ago madz a tAlp to Nejjo Vonii wheAz ihz hxw a guzst In thz 
GompeAJ) homz ion i,omz timz. 

ShontZy a^tzn. theln moAAlagz thz couplz 6zttZzd on a ^anm In GfizzndaZz Towmhlp 
wheAz they havz llncz fiz&ldzd, Voun chlZdAzn OAZ at homz: ¥Kzd, Hattlz, Auguit, JR., 
and Emma. 

Thz ^uneAoZ wai, hztd Monday, Jan. 14th, 6eAvlcz& being conducted at thz LuthzAon 
ChuAch by Rev. J. P. KZauiZeA. Many 0(J ifee plonzzu o^ tkii ZocaJLity weAZ In attznd- 
ancz to pay thzlA llnaZ tAJJbutz oi xzipzct to thz ituAdy old plonzeA who waj, unlvzu- 
aZZy Az&pzctzd and z&tzemzd. Intzftment wai madz In thz LuthzAan CemztZAy. 

LITTLE mRV KLmEK. 
UaAjy, 6lx yzoA otd daughtzA oi Ma., and Uu, John KZlmek, dlzd at heA homz In thci 



CAJty loJtit Sunday ijAom chAoncc appzndlcLtci . HeA condition tecome io cUtlcjiZ that a 
4>zcond opzfuLtion wcl& pzKf^ofimtd tht day o£ hzn. dejith ^AMin uhlch 6he. lalZtd to AzcoveA. 
EvzAythlng po&iibZt uoai, donz to i,avz thz tittte. 6u^^tn.eA, but to no avail, 

Uafiy u}a& boAJi In thii city and heA. dzath li ilnczfioZy mounnzd by hzn. tiXtZe. play- 
mate/, ai wzU. ai, thz it/Uckeji paA.znt& and £ouA. tittZz bfiotheM and il&tsM^. 

Thz ^uneAol woi keZd Wzdnt&day voltk izamIcu at St. PhiZip'^ ChuAcSi by Rev. Jo6. 

F. Studnlcka. 

********** 

CARLTOM BREWSTER 

CafiZton BA.emtz/L, a plonzoji ftutdent of^ Uofuan Townihip, tkli county, died at hli 
homz In Sll>£e;ton, SV., on Monday Jan. 7th, 1924. 

CanZton ZfiesMtex voat> bofm In Suimzutt County, Maine, Dec. 27, 1846, and lived 
theln. uilth hli poAznti until he had Kzachzd the agz o^ 21 yeoM, when he movzd to Hinn- 
uptcL. In 7879 hz camz to Uofutjn. Dakota, settling on a homestead In MoAa.n Twp, neafi. 
Lldgznwood. 

On Nov. 29, 1880, hz was unltzd In maxfUagz to Hii6 CloAxi A. Stllzi and to thl& 
union mzAZ boftn tujo chlldfizn ,Emma, who dlzd In glulhood, and HznbzAt who now fizsldzi 
In Sli^eton. Hli wl^e dlzd Feb. 7th, 1890. On Oct. 18th, 1892, Uk. Zfiemtzn. wa& 
moAAlzd to AZJicz HlbboAd and to thli union wai fco/tn onz daaghtzA, Hazel. 

In 1904 the family fiemovzd to Sl&&zton, SO., whzAZ thzy havz ilnce madz thzlfi home. 

UfL. EAeuitzA had been ixcfe only a (Jew howu, bz{^oh.z death camz and although hl& 
health had been falling {^ofi lomz tlmz hl& death camz as a 4>hock to all. Hz was 78 yeaJU 
otd. Hz leavzi to mouAn hli lo&6 a wl{iZ, onz ion Henhefit BKZiMtzn. oi Slazton and one 
daughtzfi, Maj,. Hazel Fllggz, o^ SpAlng Vallzy, MM., and thAzz gfumdioni. 

FuneAol 6eAvlczi weAZ held at the M. E. ChuAch In Sliizton lait Wzdnziday a^tzA- 

naon, Reu. Gouth officiating. 

********** 

WO SARGENT COUNTY PIONEERS 

John HeAman, one oi the ^lut whltz AettlzAi In SaAgznt County, dlzd at hli homz 
In Hamlin Twp., j'uit acAoii> thz Richland County tlnz, lait wzzk. Hz woi well known to 
many o^ thz plonzzu along thz Wild Rice RLveA In thli county, having {^ollowzd thz tine 
oi 6zttlzmznt wzit o^ Hamlin on thz Alvz/. In 1880, wheAe hz locatzd a homzitead and hai 
ilnce fizildzd. Hz was a veteAon o^ thz CIvaX Woa and had fieached the agz o^ 78 yzam . 

Hz woi onz oi thz zanly County Commli^lonZAi and hz took an active pant In thz 
zoAly political hlitofiy o^ thz county. Hz li i>uAvlvzd by a laJigz family oi gfiown chlld- 
fizn. 
HANKINSON NEWS ********** Jamxafiy 14, 1924 

( Thz heading on the abovz anXlcle stated two Sa/igent County 
Vlonzzm but only onz obltuoAy wai given] 



SAP VEATH OF JUROR 
E. C. 7UJU.QAJX oi ToAJmoant CaZZzd Saddznty.,, 
VZtS TAom HzoAt FcuZuAz a Few Hoau A{teA SeA.v/.ng in John Ehn. Ca&z. . . . 

EnUZ C. 'LUZQltt, a. A.e/,Zdznt o£ fcujmount MWLolqz and a membzA o^ tht diitfu-ct 
CLoafct ju/iy {^OK ihe. ttnm now -en 4>U6-ion cut Wahpzton, dizd Sundaif mofuiLng at tko. homz 
oi hli> bfUJthdA, ChoAZu LUZgAXt, 412 W. 5th St., WahpzXon, Vzath occ.uM.zd ImttantZij 
and woA daz to hzafit ioAjjuxz. 

E. C. liZZqitt woi onz oi thz juAoA^ in thz aiiz 0(J thz Statz u4. John EhA, who 
uoa6 choAgzd mitk boo-tdegg-cng . Thz ca&z uiznt to thz j'tviy SatuAxkuf about 5 o'ctock and 
thz juAy KztoAnzd a vzAdLct o£ giUZty ihoKtJbj a^tzn. 8 o'clock thz 6ainz evening . 

Thz vzfidict uxu Kzachzd too latz, howzvzn., to atiovo hlK. liZZgitt to go to hu homz 
at Taifmownt on thz HLZwauhzz tAoin which Zzavz6 Wahpzton ihoKtZy a^tzn. zlgkt PM 4o hz 
Kemainzd with hii bfiothzA. ChajiUzjb antiZ Sunday mofining. 

About haZ^ pa&t ninz Sunday moaning thz bfiothzfu wznt out to thz goAagz at thz 
Kzan. oi thz ZiJLtgitt homz, ai it had bzzn dzcidzd that ChaAZz& wouZd takz hit, bfijothzn. 
to Faifunount by Fond. ChanZzs attzmptzd to i^tajit thz znginz, but bzcaa&z o^ thz cold 
it wouZd not titaJdt. Hz thzn wznt into thz hou&z to gzt hot watzn. to pouA ovzn. thz coAb- 
uAztoA, woi gonz pznhap& tMO on. thfizz minutzi, and upon hii AztuAn to thz gaAogz kz 
dLUtCOVzAzd hi& bAothzA Zyir^ upon thz ^ZooA, aZAzady dzad. Thz two mzn had bzzn in con- 
vzMation whzn ChoAtzi, wznt into thz hou&z, and thz un^oAtunatz man had bzzn in pzA- 
jjec-t hzaZth up to thz imtant oi ku dzath. 

Vzczoizd was boAn in GzAmany. At thz agz o^ ^ouA hz camz with hii paAznti to 
AmzfUca, and Apznt kii youngzA Zi^z nzoA. Lakz City, MW., at thz ^amiZy homz. He camz 
to ZichZand County about thiAty-£ivz yzoAi, ago, moit o^ thz timz iincz thzn bzing &pznt 
on a £aAm in VzViZZo Townihip, a {ew miZz& noAthuz&t o^ Fainmount. FouA yzafu, ago hz 
and hi& wi^z movzd into FaJjmount ViZZagz, whzAz thzy havz Az&idzd &incz. Hz wai ii^ty- 
iix yzau 0^ agz. 

Hz had 4>zAvzd as townihip cZzAk in VzViZZo Towmhip ^OA izvzAoZ yzoA^, and znjoyzd 
thz ^Aiznd&hip o{^ aZZ who knew him. Hz was zZzctzd ^oAcman o^ thz juAy on which hz 
iZAvzd juit bzfiOAZ hii dzath. 

Ua. and Mw. ZilZgitt had no chiZdAzn. Hz -os iuAvivzd by ki& wi^z, thAzz bAothzu 
and a i>i/>tzA. A ^ouAth bAothzA dizd a (Jew yzoAi, ago. Thz bAothzAi and 6i6tzA aAZ'. . 
ChoAJtzs liZZgitt 0(5 Wahpaton, GzoAgz at VztAoit, MM., AdoZph at FaiAmount and M-cii 
Emma Wi&z at Lakz CZty, MM. 

Thz lunzAxit wai hztd at FaiAmount at 2 o'clock Tuz&day a^tzAnoon. A committzz 
0^ ^ivz ^Aom thz juAy dAa^tzd appAopAiatz Az&oZutiom, which wzAZ iznt to thz bzAzavzd 
^amiZy, and iimiloA AZl>oZution& wzAZ pAzpoAzd by a committzz AzpAz&znting thz baA o^ 
thz county. 

Ua. liZZgitt woi thz izcond juAoA to bz caZZzd by dzath iincz thz j'uAy wai dAmcn 
zaAZy in VzczmbzA. J. J. HuZZ o^ Wahpzton dizd unzxpzctzdZy a (Jew dayi bz^oAZ count 
convened. «••*«,««», 



AXEL QUARRUM, OF A8ERCR0MBTE MEETS TRAGIC VEATH 

AbeACAombiz, Jan, 7g^ Tfi.e wfiolz cormanLty wcu> i,addznz.d lcLi,t Saturday on accoiint 

0^ X^z iuddtn dzcutk o^ Azzt T. QaoAfum, 6on o^ Ma., and Maj,. ThoKvatd Oujxfinum. 

Axzt waj) a&^Ziting StanZzy HcMan^gtz iasu wood vxith a clfidiz i>auo fum by an 8 hofi&z 
powzA ga& eng-cne Zn thz UanZLn Wold yand wkzn thz bzLt itippzd o^^^ and In tfiyZng to adj- 
oit Zt, wai, caught by thz loot and whltZzd oAound, itopp-ing thz powzA{^uZ eng-ine ^n&tantly, 
HZi body woa hoMA.bly toAn zxpo^Zng hU stomach and Zntz&tinzi> and hz aJUo had a bad 
goih In hJj, hzad. Hz u>a& at oncz caftJu.zd to hi& homz only a ihont d^tancz away and 
Vk. W. E. G. lancjoJitQX turmonzd. Wahpz^on docto/u, wz/iz aZ&o cjoZZzd but Axzt wai bzyond 
thz OA-d o{^ mzdicai iiuJUi. Thz accldznt ozaufuizd at 3:50 Zn thz a^tzAnoon and hz dCzd 
at 6:30 An thz zvzning.^Hz wai con&cioui nzafiZy oJ^ thz -time and lOAjd hz did not iu{^£zfL. 

Axzt wa& boAn in AbzficAombZz on Jan. 18th, 1904, and attzndzd thz pubtic ichoot 
thzAz and wa& a mzmbzn. o^ thz M. W. A. Hz wai, a young man o^ zxzmptoAy habZti, vzfoj 
quizt and homz tovZng, "HZl, {^aXkzu'i fUght hand man" iM thz common laying. Haj, ^athzA 
and mothzn. and ^oufi iZitzu, and onz bfiothzA afiz tz^t to mounn hJj> ton, at&o hJU agzd 
gKandmothzA and gftand^athzA, KUl. and Uu . Otz QuaMim, who AZiZdz in Ghand Tonki> . Thzy 
WZA.Z pAz&znt tait Wed., to attznd thz iunZAat. Rev. CoAt&on o^ Wotvztton conducted 
thz izn.vZcz& at thz AZ&idzncz and Rev. V. L. VztzAbon at thz cJuiAch, ThzAz wai ipzclat 
mu&ic by a matz quoAtzttz. Thz QuoAALun family havz thz sympathy o^ thz zntiAz community 
in thzAA. bzAzavemznt. 

Va. V. E. Ryan Aztufinzd Sunday ^Aom St. PaiiZ, whzAz hz wai cattzd by thz dzath 
0^ hii ^athzA, Ua. Ryan had Azachzd thz Aipz age o^ 87 yzaAi and dzath wai duz to 
a itAckz o{) appoptzxy. Funzfiat iZAviczi wzAz hztd tait ThuAiday, 

HANKINSON NEWS »»«««»»*«« JamioAy 24, 1924 

MR5. LOUISA GRAMEMI 

HAi. Louda GAomznz, 63, dizd at hzA homz in BaAnzy tait ThuAiday zvzning at iix 
o'ctock oi dAopiy ^Aom which dlizjuz ihz had tong bzzn a iu^ZAzn.. 

Vzczoizd wai boAn in Gznmany and camz to thci countAy wiXh hzA ^ixit huiband, TAzd 
JahA, many yzaAi ago. Somz timz a^tzA hZi dzath ihz maAAczd a izcond timz, hzA izcond 
huiband dying in Oct. o^ 1923. ToA thz pait ninz yzoAi ihz hai Aziidzd at BaAnzy. 

Shz ii iuAvivzd by ^ivz gAown chiZdAzn, two ioni and thAzz daughtZAi, thz youngzit 
o{i whom ii 16 ifZOAi 0|{ agz. Vzcza^zd wai known to iomz o{i ouA pionzzAi o^ Hankimon. 

Thz £unzAat wai hztd Monday at BaAnzy and intzAmznt wai madz in thz czmztzAy nzoA 
that ptacz. 
HANKINSON NEWS ********** JanuoAy 31, 1924 



EX-SERl/TCE MAN SUTCIPES 

Hzfiman HeAmamzn, (^ofmzx 6iAvZczman, 6on o^ Ma., and ^^AJ> , Ham HeAmarUion of, nzoA. 
EZtzndaZe., comniitte.d &UA.cJ.dz by shooting kim&oZi Z.n the. hz/id with a ihotgan. It -ci 
bzZLvJtd tht acJt wa& corrmitte.d dwUng a tempo AOAif act o^ i.n&anLtif. It ^ thought that 
the. tht^t oi hU, Kzcejvtly puAchaizd onto may have. contfUbatexi to hL& mcrvtaZ coruLitLon. 

Hilt motheJi, seeing hAm handLing thz ihotgun tAA.zd va^nty to get the. gun awaij f^fiom 
Lun, and thz £a;(heA. woi caZZe.d, Thz young man ihot hun^zZ^ j'a&t a& thz ^athzA wai tfuy- 
Zng to &eA.zz thz gun, 
HANKJNSOhl NEWS ********** JammAy 31, 1924 

GUSTAV MEPENWALOr 

WzZZ Known RziZdznt CaJULzd 'By Thz GnMn RzapeA, . . .Poiizd hoay Sunday k^teJi Many 
Months 0(5 SuHzfUng Fnxjm Canczn. o^ thz Stomach.,,. 

Gaitav f^zdenwaZdt, a fizsZdznt o^ HankZn&on ^OA. 20 yzaju, dLLzd Sunday, Feb. Ifid, 
a^tzn. iu^^eAxng many monthi (^hjom canzeA o{^ thz itomach. 

Vzzzoizd wai bonn Szpt, Sfid, 1873, Jin NzuzndofL^, ?ommzAa.YUJJi, Gzfmany, and woi 
ma/aUzd to Emltiz WZtkz on Nov. Ht, 1901 . Two yeoju, latzn., -tn 1903 thz young coupZz 
zmlghjotzd to Amz/Uca, coming dJjizztZy to Hanfvimon whzAz thzy havz &i.nzz fLZ&Zdzd. Hz 
was empZoyzd ai, a ZaboxeA. Zn town and on ^afm6 ^on izvznaZ yzoAj, and zngagzd Zn ^afm- 
Zng on hZ& own account about 12 yzau ago. Hz wa& a con&cizntioai and AJidae,tnA.oa& cJX- 
i.zzn and had thz Kz&pzct and z&tzzm o^ aZZ who knew hhn. 

Hz U> 6uAvZvzd by thz wl^z, but no dfuZdJizn, onz bfiothzfi, FKank F. HzdznwaJUt o{ 
Sohofua, bziZdzi iouA 6-iitzfU> and hii agzd moth.zA. ^n Gznmany. 

Thz {lUnznaZ wai heZd Wzdnz&day at thz Luthzfian ChuAch, Rzv. J. P. KLaasZeA. conduct- 
ing thz £eAvl.cz6, and wai attended by a Zafigz numbzA OjJ 60M.owZng ^Klznd&. InteMmznt 
wa& madz Zn thz Lutheran Cemztzfiy. 

********** Vebfwuofw 7 1924 

HANKWSOhl NEiilS teonua^ i, 

SCHNELLER 

Vfuank SchneZZeA, weJiZ known WahpeXon tctczen, and ^otheA. oi B. F. SchneZZeA, wztt 
known Wahpzton aJJjoKney, dJizd at St. ¥fLancl& HoipltaZ In BAZckzn/Udgz Tuziday o^ Zoit 
weefe, at noon, ioZZowlng an IZZnzM oi about thfizz wzzki. Vzath wa6 caa&zd by pnzumonLa. 

Ufi. SchnztZzn. was 79 yeaAi> oZd, JanuoAy 7th. Hz wai boAn In Gzfmany and came to 
thii coantAy when onZy 12 yeaA& o{, age. He had been a fLZ&Zdznt o^ Wahpeton £oA mnay 
yeoAii , H-C4 ^on, GzoAgz woi kZZZzd Zn battZz duAZng thz SpaKiih-AmeAican WaA. 

VunzAaZ l,eAvtczi weAz hzZd at thz St. John'6 CathoZtc ChuAch In Wahpzton, Zoit ThuAi- 
day moAnlng by Rzv. FatheA Rlddzn, and -inteAmznt wai> madz Zn thz CathoZtc CemeteAy wz&t 
o£ Wahpeton. ********** 

MRS. AUGUST fOELTZ 
WeZZ Known Rzi tdznt VZzi Suddznly 
SuAvlvzd by Huiband, Two ChZZdAzn and NumeAoui, OtheA RzZativz& 



tAu. Auguit FoeZtz, bofLn -in HcLnkln&on, dlzd at hex home, iouuthejut o^ thii caMj 
SiLnday moAning, Feb. 24th, a^tzn. an -LilnU4, 0(J many months. The. tnd came iuddznZy, 
Ww. VoeZtz beting iejoute.d Zn a chain doZng iomz ^ancy nzzdZz woKk, when the AngeZ o^ 
Vzath gavz thz ^ZnaZ i,ummoni . 

Vzczaizd iMJ) bonn In tkii (uty on Oct. 12th, 1890, hzn. maZdzn namz faexng EZiZz 
SchAozdeJi. HeAz 4ihz g/tew to womanhood and uiai> maA/u.zd to Aagu&t Tozttz. Oi tku anton 
tuo chiZd/izn iuAvZvz, Uonman and EvzZyn. Vzczaizd had bzzn Zn pooK hzalth ^ox a tong 
-tune and was a patiznt and chzzA^uZ 6u^^zA.zfL, 

Bzi,'idzi> thz 4>t/Uckzn hmband and AoAAoiaing chitdfizn ihz Z& iofLvZvzd by hzn. panznti,, 
Cite, and Bzntha Vozltz; £oun bnothzu, Cafit, Gzongz, Eduiln and Otto; hzn gnandpanznti , 
Hn. and Mn&. Aaga&t GoZZnZck; unctzs, Aagait, WZtUxm and Max Gottnick; aiinti, Wit, 
Goitav fztgnzn, M-w. SchrUdt, M/l4 . Jenien and Ma6, Wkltz; 6^tzn&--Ln-lau), Emma, Ida and 
Mathilda [aZt bonn Fozttz) ; aant6, Hn& . Cha&. Hzln, Sn., Mm. Pztzn Lznzzn, Mn6. E. A. 
King, Mw. R. Bztiin; anctz& , John, EmU. and AZbznt E, Scknazdzn. At thz timz o^ hzn 
dzath &hz wai, 33 yzan&, 4 months and 9 dayt oZd. EzsZdzi thz many nzZativzi, hzn an- 
timzty demit z it moannzd by a Zangz clncZz o£ ^nizndi. 

FanznaZ tznviczt wznz hztd at ImmanaeJi Eu. ChuAck on Sunday, Feb. 24th, Rzv. C. 
Obzndozttzn conducting thz tznviczt. Thz pall bzanzm wznz Chat. Hexn, Jn., AZ^nzd 
Hzin, Robznt EztLin, Anton Lznzzn and CanZ FaZk. 

HANKJHSON WEWS FzbnuaAy 2S, 1924 

SUKWE BY HANGING 
Wm. F. GWi Endi Li^z In Kzyttonz Gnovz.... 
Jit Health Suppotzd to Havz Bzzn Caaiz o^ Hit Szlf, Dzttnuction. . . . 

WZttlam F. Gill, 41 yzoKt old, committzd tujCcidz by hanging kim&zli Inom a tnzz in 
thz g/u7ve on thz Fnitz Smidt ^anm nzan Mantadon, bzttzn known at thz Kzyttonz Gnovz, 
tomz timz duning lait Thauday night. Zll hzalth wot thought to havz bzzn thz motivz. 

Gill, with hit wiiz, annivzd in Mantadon about iix wzzkt ago ion a vitit with kit 
iittzn. Mm. Joe Bizgzl, and family. Hz had bzzn dztpondznt ion tomz timz, following 
a long iZlnztt, and kit nathzn incohznznt taZk had cautzd thz iamity contidznablz un- 
eatinzti. Hz got up about 10 o'clock, in thz zvznZng, thontZij a^tzn netining, and when 
hz iaiZed to nztann in a thont timz, thz aloAm wot givzn and tzanching pantizt ttantzd 
out to look ion him. A panty wat in pnognztt at thz Wm. Knuzgzn homz and a phonz call 
thznz ttoAtzd many out on thz teanch. Thz hunt continuzd all night, and at 7 o'clock 
thz following monning a panty, contitting oi Jot. Vvonak, EmiZ PeZzeZ and H. C. Rzzd 
iound thz uniontunatz man hanging inom thz timb oi a tnzz in a knzeZing petition. A 
cZothzt linz hid bzzn utzd by Gill, and a hatty zxamination thowzd that liiz wat extinct. 

Vn. Mc VoneZl wat tummonzd, but oi countz nothing could bz donz, bzyond taking thz 
body to thz BizgeZ homz. John Gnzzn pnzpanzd thz body ion thipmznt and thz nemaZnt wznz 
takzn to thz old homz at BunZington, bJl., Satimday, on Soo tnain 108. 

GiZZ woM ionmznly zngagzd in thz aatomobiZz butinztt at BunZington, WT., but told 

out a couplz oi yearn ago and ion tomz timz wat in a tanitojUum at MiZwaakzz. Hz alto 



wznt to thz PaociJ-cc cocut but did not Like, it thtfit and KdtuAnzd to BuALLngton, whzAe. 
he. attemptzd to buy back hu> goAogz bai,Znej,6 but the. oMneA/t xz^u&zd to i>eJUL, Thz tAA.p 
to MantadoA. loZJboMzd, ejidjuiQ with thz tKiiQiz dzath cu abovz ftzZatzd. 

PEWNHARPT KILLEV 

fonmeJi Rz&idznt EZzct/waitzd At Nzznah, Wl 

VztaiZ6 0^ Accidznt Aaz La.cki.n3, ^"^ Victim Camz to HZ& Vzath by Touching Livz WiAz 

A mz&^agz wa& xzczivzd hzAz Sunday moA.ning announcing thz accidzntaZ dzath o{t Wiit- 
ijm Vznnhandt, wztZ known iofmzK A.zi>idznt o^ t}U6 city, at Nzznah, WI., thz pn.z\)iou& day. 
No dztait6 wzfiZ givzn, but tatzfi it wai, tzoAnzd that dzath wa& thz A.Z6uZt 0(J coming in 
contact with a livz wiAZ. . . .whzthzn. at hZi komz on. whzfiz hz i6 empZoijzd i& not known. In 
^act ^ufitheA dztaiZs oJiz zntifieZy tacking. 

Vzcza&zd wa6 ^onmzAly empZoyzd a6 znginzzn. in thz J. J. Jonz& £lauA. milt, coming 
hzfiz about 20 yzau ago with fii& ^amcty ihjom Nzznah, Wl. Hz wofikzd hzAz ioK izvznaZ 
yz£tJii and a^tzK thz mitt bufmzd hz madz a t/Up to thz Pacini Coa6t. A ^ew months tatzA 
hz A.ztuA.nzd to Nzznah and ha& bzzn zmptoyzd cw znginzeA in onz o^ thz tang z papzfi mittd 
thzAZ. He viiitzd Hankimon about a yzan. ago. 

Vzcza&zd waa in thz zanZy 60'6 but wztt'pKZAZMzd and ititt activz. Hz ii AuAvivzd 
by thz wi^z and thfizz gxown &oni, . . . .CzoAgz Vznnha/idt 0^ Gtzmoood, UN., Wilti6, who i& in 
Utah and a yoangzn. />on at homz, New& 0^ hi.6 untimzty dzath wai a ihock to many ^Aizndi, 
hzfiz. 

Uu. C. H. tOiau&z tzit Sunday on 108 ^on. Gtzmood to cjVvz {ok thz Geo. VznnhaAdt 
chiZdfLZn whitz Wi. and f^. VznnhaAdt attzndzd thz iunzAot. Wu. Gzo. VznnhaAdt i6 a 
iiitzA. to M/L4. KAaUiiZ. 

NORMAN KJELSTRU? 

Axnz Kjzi&tAjup aAAi-vzd homz thz ^iAit o{, thz wzzk a^tzA attznding thz iunznat oi 
hie, bAothzA NoAman Kjet&tAjup who pai&zd away in hUnnzjapotii ta&t ThuAiday night. 

Vzcza&zd wa& a victim 0^ tabzAcuZoiii , thz dKzad diizaiz bziyiQ contAjactzd whiZz 
in 4eAv-ice at Camp GAant duAing thz woAJtd woA. 

NoAman KjztitAjup wa& boAJi at Kensington, MM., and was 29 yzoAS o^ age. Hz gAeu) 
to manhood in that vicijiUy and szAvzd in thz WoAtd Wan. at Camp GAjont. A^tzn his dis- 
choAjgz inom thz aAmy hz hztd a position as assistant cashizA o{, thz Capitol Statz Bank 
at EismaAck ^OA 3k yeoAS, until ^aiZing hzalth ^oAczd him to Azsign. 

Vzczaszd was nzvzA moAAied. Hz was quitz well known hznz, having visitizd his bAo- 
thzA, Annz on szvzfuxt occasions. Hz is suAvivzd by thz mothzA, iouA bnothzAS and two 

SistZAS. 

Thz iunzAaZ was hztd at Hodman, UN., on Uonday. 
HANKINSON NEWS ********** ^^^^^^ ^^^ ,^24 



VENNHAJWT'S VEATH 

WJ LLl ASi VEhlUHAlWT ELECTROCUTEV AT HEENAH, WT.,... 

TofmeA Hanklni>on Ru-idznt mzzti, Vejitii cu, RtiuZt o^ Shock Tfiom EZzcXfUcal CuAAznt... 

Ouilng to dztcLcii> that weAe ZacfUng at tho. tUmz tkz. HEWS wznt to pKZ£6 teat weefe we 
weAe unabtz to g-ivz a. {^idZ accoant o{ thz accldzntaZ dzath oi blWUxm VznnhjoAdt, wlvick 
oc.cufiA.zd luhitz hz uiai, aX wo^di ca zngtnzzA at thz plant oi thz HaJiduJOod VAoducti Company 
at Nzznah. WT. 

Thz ^oZZowtng KzpoKt Zi takzn {^njom thz Nzznah VaUZy Nmi undzA. datz o^ MoAch Sftd: 

W-iZtiam VzrmhoAdt, 111 Workington Avenue, agzd 64 tjZjOAj, and bKothzA o^ UayeA Vznn- 
hoAdt, dlzd Satwuiaij a{^tzfun.oon, MoAch Ut, ai thz AZMitt o^ a rhock ^Aom an ztzctAccat 
cuAAznt at thz pZant oi thz HaAduiood ?Aoducti> Co., whzAz. ht waa zmployzd at, a&iZitant 
znglnzzA. Thz accidznt uihich caiuzd Wl. VznnhaAdt'6 dzath occuAAzd at about U30 PM. 

VznnhaAdt, It Zi &tatzd, attzmptzd to changz thz {u&z Zn a panzZ which -d, thz main 
dC&t>Uhution poZnt {lAom thz 4,wZtchboaAd on thz second £looA o£ thz {actofiy. To do Ao 
hz mountzd a p/Jiz oi fuuZl, dZfizctZy bznzath thz panzl zncto6-ing thz ijtuei. Ai nzoA a6 
caji 6e dztznminzd hz 6uung back thz dooK o£ thz mztaZ box w-ith kii Zz^t hand and Kzach- 
zd. ^oA thz {,u&z uilth hJj> Klght] It appzoAi that hz had a iaf^zty iju^e puZtzA Xn hU hand 
but bzcauiz hz rtood on thz fuUZ6 Zn&tza.d oi uiZng a ZaddzA a6 Z& oAdinaAAjZy thz cu&tom 
hz woi too cio6z to thz watt to u&z thz puZtzA. 

ARMS TOm CONTACT 

A& hz gfuupzd thz iuiz, at thz iamz tunz kzzpZng hi6 othzA hand on thz mztaJi box, 
a contact war madz thAough ki6 body and hz AZCzZvzd thz iutt ioAcz oi thz 440 votti 
coAAZzd in thz ciAciLct. Thz choAgz pAzvzntzd kirn iAom AzZinquZiking ki& hotd, and it 
Lt> bztizvzd hz itood ioA a iutZ mituitz with thz cuAAznt pariing thAough ki& oAmt, and body. 

S. W. UaAty, tocat aJbdzAman and znginzzA at thz ptant, law VznnhaAdt standing on thz 
AaiZ& but did not immzdiatzZy ddczAn that anything wa& wAong. Ai VznnhaAdt' 6 hzad rtump- 
zd ionwaAd, howzvzA, Monty Auihzd to hii oilistancz and puZtzd him away. VznnhaAdt woi 
not dzad whzn puttzd down iKom thz iuiz box but poiizd away about 20 minutzi totzA dzMpitz 
ziioAti, oi phyiiciani to Kzvivz him. 

Vas>. HonaZd B. TiogzAi and C. C. VzZ HoAczZZz wzAZ ha&tity iuirmonzd and wonhzd ovzA 
thz victim ioA about kati on houA but without rucczil. Thz phyiidjoni uizd thz putmotoA 
and admini&tzAzd injzctionr oi adAznaZin without AzruZti , 

WWOW, FOUP. SONS 

Ma. VznnhaAdt Zt, 6un.vivzd by a widow and iouA ranr. Thz tattzA oAz Gzofigz M. Vznn- 
haAdt oi Gtzmood, m., WiZZii, E. VznnhaAdt oi Salt lakz City, Utah; EoaZ F. VznnhaAdt, 
oi mtwaukzz. Hz alio tzo\JZ& one bAothzA, UayoA J. H. VznnhaAdt oi thZs, ciXy, and two 
rirtzA&, UAi . GzoAgz Paynz oi thij, city, and Mai> . Anna KzZZzA oi VofitZand, OR. 

WitZiam VznnhaAdt moved to Hankin&on, ND. iAom Nzznah in 1900. He tZvzd thzAZ ioA 
n yzoAi, AztuAning to Nzznah in 1911 . Hz hoi woAkzd ioA thz HaAjdwood Pfioductr Company 
ai, ajtiiitant znginzzA ioA thz part iivz yzoAT and ninz monthr. 



TancAoZ i^Wjlcu woJiz held la^t Oilzdmidcuf cut tkz Uvnofvuit Eaptl&t ChuAch, Reu. 
U. E. GZhion oii-LcAjcutLng. BuaJmZ took place. aX. Oakhltt CemzteAy. 

MRS. MICHAEL 8RESWAHAW 

Anoihtn. pAjOYizzfL Oj{ ZCchZand County hoi ant>wzA.e.d the. ^Znat '&ummon& and gone to hen. 
Keuoand. Mk&. Uafuj Bfiej,nahan, wiije o^ HldiaeZ BA.e£nahan died at the. home o^ heA daughteA. 
UfL& . JcmeJi T/iaay at Cannon TaJULt>, UH., on ffUday, Fe6. 29tfi, thz caa&z oj} h&n. death wai 
compLicatZoni fieMitting ^Kom oZd age. 

Ma., ajvi Wi&. B>LeJ>nctJian camz to ZichZand County Xjn. the pZoneeM. dajyi and {^OK the. pai,t 
27 yeoju have made tkeAA. home on a {anm ioath o^ Hanklmon, In tateA. yeoM they tivzd 
vxith theAA ioni and daughteA6 Zn tkU nelghbofikood untiZ tait kpfUt whzn they moved to 
Cannon TaJLtd to make theAA home with thelfi daughteA. 

Veceased Zi &uAvi.ved by heft huiband and eZeven chiZdn.en, 6evzn 6oni and £ouA daugh- 
teAi. UfU>. Jetton oi New E^f^Zngton, Uu. 0. H. Gowan and G. BAe^nahMn. le^t lait week to 
attend the ^unenaZ which was heM iAom the Cathotic ChvAch at Cannon faZJU toit Monday. 

Ma. BAeJ,nahan AztuAned with hiM chZtdAZn and wltt makz hil, ^u^tufiz homz with kU 
Aon G. BAZinakan 6outh o^ thZj, cZty. 

Thz beAeavzd fLzZatX.vzi> havz thz heoAt^ztt sympathy o^ theZn. many nzlghboAi and ^Acendi. 

HMKWSON NEWS MoAch 13, 1924 

FARMER SUJCWES 

AUGUST PROVP OF FAIRMOUWT TAKES OWW LIFE 

LCvzd Zn faZAmount NeZghbofihood ^oA foAty Vejvu, and Wat, HZjghty E&tzemzd 

Augu&t ?Aopp, pAomZnznt ^a/mzA KZ^ZdZng ju&t za^t oi FaZnmount, commZttzd luZcZdz 
taitt TkZday a^tzAnoon by hangZng and t,hootZng. WoAfiy ovzA {^nancZaJi mattzu Z& lappo&zd 
to havz unizttZed hZ& mZnd. 

?Aopp wai known a& a thAZ^ty {^oAmzA and a&zd chaAacteAZitic thoAoughnz&i Zn hZt 
iZnat act. CZZmbZng to thz AadZatoA o^ kit, aatomobZtz, hz thAzw a Aopz ovzA a pAojzct- 
Zng Aa^eA o^ hZ& ganagz, tZzd thz othzA znd aAound hZj, nzck, thzn placed a 32 calZbzA, 
fui.vot.vzA at hZe, /iZght eoA and i>hot hZm&zli iquoAeZy thAough thz head. Hz wa6 lait 6zzn 
at 4:30 Zn thz a^tzAnoon and thz body wai, dZ&covzAzd by membzu o^ thz ^amZZy t^o houU 
latzA. 

Vzcza6zd wal, onz o^ thz bzit known loAmzfU, o^ that vZcZnZty. He wai boAn Zn GeA- 
many on Vzc, 6ih, 1866, and Zn 1884, ju&t £oAty yeoAd ago, camz to AmzAZca and tocatzd 
on a ^oAm nzoA CampbeZl. He was moAfiZzd on MaAch IStfi, 1896 to LettZz ?utz o^ Stzvzm 
PoZnt, WI., who 6UAvZvz& hZm. TheAz aAZ no chZldAzn. In 1920 thz iamZJLj moved to a 
iaAm neoA ChZMU Station whzAZ they havz iZncz Az&Zded. He wai thz owneA o{ a izctZon 
o£ good land wZth ZKceZZznt buZZdZngi and impAovemznti and wa& Azputzd to bz woAth $60, 
000. HZ& a{^{^aZA& weAZ Zn good ihapz but hz wai o^ a woAfu^Zng dZipoiZtZon and let tAivaZ. 
mattzu bothzA hZm gAeatly. Hz wai a itockholdzA Zn thz bank at ChZlds ai weZZ a& havZng 
othzA baiZnzi,& ZnteAZiti. One bAothzA, JuZZui, AZiZdzi Zn FaZAmount, 



fecaoiecf tcoi a ncuti\JZ mejnbzA 0|5 the. M. E. ChuAch at FcuAmount and wai> a tibeAJxt 
iapponX-Zt 0^ the. diuAch. The lixneAjot, uihlch woi heZd at faOmoant, woi attended bif a 
ZoAge congJiegatZon oi old ^fu.end& and neA.ghbou . 

HANKWSON MEQ/S ********** ^^^^ 20, 19Z4 

MRS. GEORGE COPPIN 
PIONEER OF THIS VICWJTV CALLEV BY VEATH. . . 
Tai6zd kfiodj Wednesday Mon.nlng A^te/i a LcngeJUng JUbie^A o^ 

TubexcixZoit^ . , 
White not unexpected, woKd that HftM. George CoppZn had died ejvdbj Wednesday moA.n- 
Zng coit a patt o^ iOKfiow th/LOughout Hankin6on and nelghbofUng tefuUJjOfuj. She had fceen 
a patient ^u^^eAeA ifiom tubeAcuZoiX.6 , gAaduaZly ^attifag {^tvom day to day, and heA untime- 
ly death Aemove^ ^Aom among u& one who wai univeAboZty esteemed and whoie beautif^ut 
ChAiitian choAacteA wai a poweA £oA good. 

Jutia (Tew) Coppln wab boAn on Feb. IStk, 7875, at Jluih^oAd, MM. VaAing eoAty 
gZnXkood the {family moved to Wahptton and lateA to Vu}igkt, and It wa& at the ZatteA place 
11 yexiA& ago that 4 fee was ujuXed i.n manAiage to Geofige Copp-in. The husband wai a pfuoi,- 
peAou& young ^cvmeA At&Zding neon. BAlghtwood Town&hip and heA entlAe mafiAizd Zi£e. has 
6een spejit on thziA beasiti{^uJi ianm two nUles we/,t o^ tku city. Two cKildAzn weAz bofui 
to tki& unton, one daaghteA, Ita, and one 6on, ElmeA, who with thz itAidien hu&band oAe 
tz^t to mouAn. 

TheAZ one at&o 6uAvi.ving two 6ZlitZA& and two bAotkzfU, . . . .Wii . WaJJL CoppZn, WaJipzton; 
Ww. C. V. Sijnoni, who Ztvzi In Idaho; Ola^ Tew, Wahpzton; UeZvZn Tew whose home li> In 
MoTttomt. 

VzczoMzd wai, an activz and dzvout mzmbzA oi the Congh.egationaZ ChuAch, the Ladizi 
Aid and the OAdeA o^ Ea&teAn StOA, always doing heA iuZl shoAe In chuAch and social 
activities and always doing hzA ^ull duty as a wl£z, motheA and membeA o^ the chuAch. 

FoA die past two yeoAS shz had bzzn gnadaatly falling and shz ^aczd the Inzvltablz 
calmly and with tAuz Ckfustian ^oAtitudz, In heA passing, ouA community loses a tfuiz 
woman In the best sense o^ the teAm. 

Thz iunzfml wilZ bz heZd SatuAday, UoAch 22nd, with seAvlczi at the home at 1 PM 
and at the Congfizgatlondl ChuAch at two. Rev. C. CafiA wilZ bz In choAgz o^ thz seAvlces. 
Thz poll beoAzns will bz old ncighbons and iKiznds....A. C. VettzASon, Roy Nelson, Ivan 
SpAingeA, Silas Nlms, John Wlckman and Wm. Vznnstzdt. InteAment will bz In Hlllsldz 
CemeteAy. 

Two moKe hands afiz gently folded. On a {^aith(^uJi UothzA's bAzast; 

Two moAZ ^zet havz ceased to wandeA, Thnough ll^z's stoAmy wlldzKnzkS ; 

Onz moAz heant has czaszd to beat. One moAe soul has Izf^t its casket... 

Gonz to Heaven's so^t fietAeat, One deoA ^ace no mone appeantng. 

When thz bAzak^ast tablz's spAead; 

Onz moAe volcz no mofiz will answeA, When thz kind goodnight l& said. 



And we Liitzn, {lOndZy LUtzn, Ton. a. lovind we cnnot kzofi, 
¥oA. thd moi^c o{^ hex ^o o tittz.pl, , Nzv&n. moKz &haLi QKztt ouJl zaJi, 
kiZ hzA ZjCLfithZy tabofUi ovzA, Gonz, laiXk coAZi no motiz oppAZJ,&zd, 
WhzAZ thz uiickzd azoiz ^Axim tAoubJiinQ, And thz wzoAy afiz at Kz^t. 
Hzjlz on ztvuth no moKz wz'ZZ mzzt, A^t thz £anzAaZ bzJUUi havz Aung, 
WoAn by toiZ and iunk by yzoju,, Soon wz'tL quit thii vatz o{ tzau. 
But, uihzAZ 6cu.nt6 and angzZ& Kzlgn, Wz aZZ. hopz to mzzt hzA. again." 
HANKWSON NEWS ***,,,,,,, ^^^ 20, 1924 

Wm. H. UcGhaij Kzzzlvzd a mojiiagz la&t uizzk annoancu.ng thz dzath ai hZ& bfiothzA- 
Zn-law, John C. Wea-tfiowe, at hii homz In St. PauZ. Vzcza&zd uoai, 48 yzau o^ agz and 
hJj> widow wilZ bz fizmzmbzAzd by 4ome o^ ouJi plonzzu as Hii6 Anna UzG/uiy, daugktzA o^ 
Ma. and Mw. F. F. UcGAay. Hz iu^^zAzd ^Aom a wzak hzoAt and dizd a^tzA an lZZnz&4> o^ 
two day& ^Aom pnzumonAXi. Bz&ldz^ thz widow, two .ioni OAZ tz^t to mouJvn. hJU, Zjoii, 

HANKWSON NEWS MoAch 20, 1924 

VAank KnzcJitZ who has AZildzd In Lldgznwood ^oA thz pa&t 4 even yzau dlzd at hlJ, 
homz In that city on Monday o{ tait wzzk. Vzcza6zd had Azachzd thz Alpz old agz o^ 
93 yzau, and hai, bzzn In ^zzblz hzalth ^OA 6omz tunz. A wl^z and ioixA daughtzA6 6uA- 
vlvz him. FanzAol iZAvlczi wzAz hzZd at St. John'6 ChuAch o^ Lldgznwood toit Thuuday, 
Rzv. TuAzy oif^CAjsutlng. *»«»*«««»« 

Ma. and Mac. E. A. Lza. and family AztuAnzd SatuAday ^Aom Tomah, Wl., whzAz thzy 
WZAZ caitzd by thz dzath o^ M^. Lza'i mothzA, Mai,. A. E. Vzwzy. Ma4. Vzwzy'6 dzath 
wai, duz to old agz togzthzA with compZlcatlon& which ^olZowzd a izvzAz attack o^ pneu- 
monia about a yzoA ago. M/r.. Vewzjj zxpzctd to oaaIvz In HardUmon ioon and will makz 
his, ^utuAZ homz at thz Lza homz. 

LLOVV J. CARW 

Lloyd J. CoAzy, 6on o£ M^. NzJUlz CoAzij oi VzxtzA Towmhlp, dlzd on Wzdnz&day 
a^tzAnoon, MoAch 19th, a^tzA a long lIZnzi,6. Hli, condition Za&t {^aJtZ wai, ^zAloai and 
ZatzA hz ImpAovzd and hli ^Alzndl, hopzd ^OA hl& AzcovzAy. About two weefei ago, hz bz- 
gan to gAow wzakzA and tka, contlnuzd untlZ thz znd camz. 

Thz dzczoizd woi a ion oi thz tatz Euqznz W. CoAzy and wai, boAn In Vzxtzn. Township 
on Pec. 23Ad, 1905. Hz attzndzd thz Lldgznwood High School ioA a tunz and ZatzA attznd- 
zd A. C, at TaJigo . Hl6 caAzzA znded Juit at a tunz whzn hz ihould havz takzn ku ptacz 
among thz woAkzAi, o^ thz woAld. 

Hz Zi iuAvlvzd by hit, mothzA and two youngzA bnothzAi, and aZbo by hli, gAandpoAznti , 
Mt. and Ma4. A. F. CoAzy, who oAZ ipzndlng thz wlntzA at Hot Spnlngi, AAkan&a&. 

Thz ianzAot iznvlczi wzAZ hzld la&t Tnlday. 
HANKTNSON NEWS ********** ^^^.^^ £7, 1924 



PIONEER SUmONEV 

AUGUST FREPERICfC ZIEGELMAWN VIEV UOWkV UOWZUG 

ft'a6 Cue oi Coarvty'i VZonzzn. RuZdzntit; Pnejumonin. Caa&e. o^ Vzcuth.... 

AnothzA iiiufidy pZomeA, and onz o(, thz county '■& {^Vu>t izttZeAJ> hcu, been (laZZtd 
^Aom ZaboA. to KOJOafid. Aagultt VH.tdtfu.ck Fttdlnand LLtgttinann dZtd cut tht homt oi hit, 
ion, TKtd, Zn Gxtat Bend, on f^onday, Ap^UZ 14th, at tht agt o{i 75 yta/U) , U monthi, 
and 14 day6. Vtctaitd wa4, taktn -iiZ uiith pntumonla about two wttfii pfiioK to hu death 
and bt^ofit thii attack ht seemed to bt Zn good Axjbuit htaZth. 

Auguit FfLtdtfUck TtAdinand HtgtJbnann wat, bofin In Gtnmany on ApfuZ lilt, 1848. 
He wa6 unittd -en manjujagt to Bfitha Z/mndt, on JanuoAy ISth, 1811, and i,hoKtZy a{^ttfi 
thtAA. moAAAXigt thty camt to AmfU-ca, i-iut 6tttting Zn tht itatt o^ W<j,coni,Zn whtAt 
thty fiuldtd about 4euen ytoju,, and {^fwm tht/ie. camt to PJ.dnZa.nd County and itttZtd on 
a homtittad Zn BxandtnbuAg town6hip. Tht KtuooAd oi thtAA. ZnduitAy and ^Augatity wai, 
a comptttnct that In&ufitd thtOi tvtfiy want, and Zn 1910 thty movtd to tht vltZjogt oi 
GfLtat Bend to tnjoy tht ihwLtt, oi thtln. jotnt Zabofi&. SZnct tht dtath oi hii uxLit, 
which occufifitd a ytax ago lait Januafiy, dtctastd madt hii homt wZth hil, 6on F/ted. 

Vtcta&td Zl> lufLvZvtd by 6-cx. 6oni and i-Lvt daughtfii , Pfiank and Ht/man IZtgtlmann 
oi GafiiZtZd, UN.; F/itd, Auga&t, Adolph and Otto ZitgtJbnann oi Gfitat Bend; Mw. HZngit 
and M/L6, KAxitgtA. oi Tyttn., Uki>. hianXZn oi StattZt, WA.; Mw. Pa&i,tnhtZm oi Hufion, SV.; 
and Mfu,. HuthZtn oi Hankln&on. He -ci aZ&o 6u/LvZvtd by ont AZ&ttA, M^ . John Wofintx oi 
WhtJiton, MW.; and two bfiothtu F/iank IZtgtJbnann oi GKtcut Ztnd and WtZtcam ZitgtJbnann oi 
HajniilniiOn. 

TuntfuxZ AtAvZcti wfit htZd Zn Gfitat Bend on Wtdnt&day at tht homt oi VKtd ZZtgelmann, 
JfL., Rev. T. HZnck oUZcMitZng. 

Tht paZt boxuitfUi wtAt Chxii. TfiZtttn, Htnfiy Koppttman, Ca/di PaibfUg, ¥fuink Knupptt, 
Thto Bohn and Htnfiy Bohn, Jnttnmtnt woi madt Zn tht St. John& LuthtAjan Chwich CamtXtny . 
HANKWSON NEWS ********** ApnJUi 17, 1914 

LINEMAW ELECTPOCUTEV 

HoJwld WtbitfL, 29 tmptoytd ai ttttphont IZntman, wai, tltctwcuttd whZZt tngagtd 
Zn hZi occjupatZon ntafi Loi Angtlt&, CA., lait wttk. Vtctaitd wai welZ known Zn Hank- 
Znion, havZng KtlZtvtd Jack PobZmon ioK two mondii lait iall pfvioK to that had bttn 
htn.t onct ok twZct ion. ihoKt itayi, 

HZi boyhood homt wai at LZlbon, NO., and ht wai majifiZtd lait NovtmbtA, ItavZng 
at onct wZth hii bfUdt ion. CalZiofinZa to makt thtZA homt. WhZZt at woxk on a polt 
which caMJ,td both tltctAZc and ttltphont wZjit, ht accZdtntaZlif touchtd a htavZZy 
tltctAZc wZAt and dZtd Zmtantly, 

Vtct£iitd wai a mtmbtn. oi th NatZonal GuoAd and itAvtd on tht Mexican bondzA pfuon. 
to tht WonZd Wat. Lattfi ht ifwtd Zn Pfianct ai a mtmbfi oi tht 1 64th IniantAy Band, 
and wai dZichangtd Mofich lltlr., 1919. Edmond GKttn oi thZi cZXy itAvtd Zn tht iamt 
company and atttndtd tht iuntAol which wai htld Zn Liibon Tutiday, tht AmaZni btZng 
accoAdtd iail mZlZXoAy honoAi. 



Thz poAzrvti AtiZdz at LUbon and de.czMzd Zs aZio 4,uA.vZvzd by thz young m.iz, tjoo 
iZiteJU and ont bKoihtn., 
HANKJNSON NBilS ********** ^p^^^^ J7^ J924 

BOY VRAGGED TO VEATH BY RUNAWAY HORSE... 

Thz uncvitaZnty o^ ti^z wa& mani^Zitzd la&t SatuAday moKning whzn a young ti£z, 
KadLatLng uuMi hzaZth. and hapfiinz&6, onz momznX. taxj ktJUUL Jin dzaXk thz nzxt. 
Thz tzfuUhtz tAogzdy wkich ihockzd thz zntOiz community occwoizd at 10 AM ijo^t SatuA- 
day moKnlng. Oicjvi GAontiz, ion o^ Ma. and Ma&. Nzl& C. GfiordLiz oi HitnoA, bzlng thz 
vZctim. A ioot caught Zn a itOuiup and a fmnawa^ hoAiz wzfiz thz £actoK& ujhJ.di tznmtn- 
atzd thz tiiz oi thz young man. 

"Bud" LoMon woi an zyz «ictne44 to pant o^ thz aw^uZ 6cznz. It izzmi that a num- 
bzA oi boy4> had bzzn Zn thz habZt o^ AidZng an oZd hofU>z bzZongZng to UaAtZn Au^JUd. 
Thz hoA&z wa£ con&ZdzAzd pznizctty gzntZz and iia^z ioK any tittZz boy to ftZdz. On Sat- 
urday mofinZng OicoA GAxinZZz, agz t^zZvz yzofu, coAfUzd hZi iaddZz ovzx to thz AaitZd 
pa^tuAZ and laddZzd thz hoAiz hZmizti. Hz iaZtzd to tZghtzn thz cZnchzn. iiui^ZcZzntZy 
to kzzp thz iaddZz Zn pZacz, uZth thz fLZ&uZt that thz iaddZz tuAnzd uihzn hz mounted . 
HZ6 ioot caught Zn thz itZnJwjp and hz woi unablz to zxtAZcatz hZjnizZi. Thz hofiiz bz- 
camz {fiZghtznzd and bottzd, goZng Aoand and Aound thz imaZJi pa&tuAz. "Bad" Lauon hzafid 
thz Oiy oi thz CAonZZz boy whzn thz hoAiz &tafutzd and Kan to thz /tescue. Hz nan Zn the. 
path oi thz hoK&z and 6ucczzdzd Zn itoppZng hZm. Whzn thz homz itoppzd /thz boy'-i ioot 
izZZ inom thz iitZnjWLp, but ijnz aj>iZi>tancz annZvzd to latz to iavz thz boy '6 ZZiz. HZi 
ikuZt woA inactanzd and onz Zzg bAokzn Zn a numbzA oi pZacz6. An anm waa aZio bnokzn. 
A phy^ZcZan uioi at oncz calZzd and thz uniontunatz boy uxa takzn to hl& homz whzAZ hz 
paazd OLoay a ivfi momznti, ZatzA. 

O-icoA GnonZZz uia& boAn Zn HaZZ Town&hZp Zn I97f and AZiZdzd thznz wZth poAznti 
untZZ a iew yzau ago, whzn thzy movzd to HiZnoA. Bz&Zdzi hZ6 poAznti hz Zzavu tujo 
bnothzAi to monn hZi untZmzZy dzath. ....HiJinoA TzLizA. 

HAUKIUSOU NEWS ********** ^p^^^ 2?. T924 

REV. A. J. SCHEhWEL PASSES 
Thz Rzvznznd Fathzn Anthony J. ScheimzZ, who pnZoA to Junz 1921 , ion zight yzaA6, wa& 
a£6Zi,tant to Fathzn StudnZcka at St. PhZZZp'6 ChuAch, qaZztZiy pa&/)Zd away at St. JoAzph'6 
HoipZtat Zn Hinot Zaj,t FnZday moAnlng. Thz ZmmzdZatz cajui,z oi hZi dzath wai compticat- 
Zonit, nziuZtZng inom a Zong tZzgz oi dZabztzi. Thz itAznuoui wonk oi thz ChAUtmoi HolZ- 
day6, caLU>zd a compZztz bnzakdown, whZch compzZZzd hZm to 6zdi ho&pZtat nzZZzi. On Vzc- 
embzA 2Sth, hz wa& coniZnzd to thz bzd whZch hz was not dz&tZnzd to Zzavz aZZvz. 

At thz tZmz oi hZ6 dzath hz was poiton oi St. HathJju,' CatholZc ChuAch at OnnZn, NV. 
La&t 6umnzn hZi chuAch wa& dz&tnoyzd by iZnz. Thz itnznuoai, wonk oi nzbuZZdZng, Zmpoizd 
upon hZm, wa&tzd hZl, zbbZng vZtaZZty, and haitznzd thz znd oi hZ6 ZZiz oi iacnZiZcz. 

VuAZng thz zZght yzaA& oi hZi nziZdzncz Zn HankZnion Fathzn Schmmzt zndzoAzd hZm- 
izZi, not onZy with thz Zangz mzmbzAdhZp oi St. VhZZZp'6 ChuAch, but with zvznyonz who 
had thz pZzaiuAZ oi makZng hZi pzuonaZ acquaZntancz . HZ& unoitzntatZoai chanZty, hZi 



amicLble. di&po^-Ltion and iympauthztic. ^aaUf^lcz, CL^ayi pAompttd by hli p/Ue^tty duJU.U , 
MiZZ fae cheAl&kzd voith bZe^6e.d memofu.z6 by tht many who came -in contact uuJJi him. May 
fuj, iiOuJL fie^t In pzace.. 

Anthony J. SchmmzZ wai boKn in Neu Viznna, Ik,, 64 yzau ago ^Kom wzZt-to-do pafi- 
znti. In 1S72 he. bzgan hli 6tu.dLt&, pfL^paJiatofu] ^oK kCi zntfiy -to thz pfUt&thood, with 
thz CapackLn FathzM Zn CaZvoAif, WI, Thuz 6tadZz& hz contlnazd at St. UZncznt'i UnZv. 
Zn Bzatty, PznmyZvanZa, and compZztzd Zn St. T/umcJji SzmZmMj, HiZwaukzz, WT., whzftz 
hz woi ofidaZnzd to thz ?AZz6thood Zn June o^ 18S6, thai izAvZng nzoAZy thZnty-zZght 
yzau Zn kU, &acn.zd caZZZng. 

A^tZA. hZi oAjdZnatZon hz 6ZAvzd a& a&^Z&tant at St, UoAy'i Chinch, Vubuquz, lA. 
FathzA Schzmmzi'^i nzxt appoZntmznt woa to thz pa6toKatz o^ thz Chufich o^ St. John, thz 
BaptZit, EancJio{,t, TA. HeAe hz iznvzd {^on. a long tznm o^ yzoju, mzztZng uxZth gfizat 
4u.cce44. Among hZji manZ^oZd ZahoafiM Zn Bancno^t itand^ a PanxichZaZ SchooZ, uihZch, 
andzfi Tathzfi SchommzZ'i 6u.pzA.vZi>Zon, won many covztzd Statz Honom> and dZ&tZnctZonl> . 
ThZ& /tcJiooZ voZJUi aZuiayi pnoctaZm hZ& memory. 

Tatkzx Sckzjmzt'l newaZn& wzfiz tAant, izM.zd to Wew l/^enna, TA., wheAe thzjy uizAZ 'Zntzn.- 
Kzd Zn thz iarnZly plot nzxt to hZi, dzczoAzd pafiznt& , Zn thz CathoZZc Czmztzfiy. Thz 
^unzAoZ £ZAvZcz& uizAz hzJLd on Taz&day. 
HANKJNSON NEWS «•»«»«»*«« Hay 1 , T924 

M/16. Edga/i Iza. nzczZvzd a tzZzgfum {Aom Ma. Lzja Sunday annou.ncZ.ng thz tad nesM o^ 
thz dzath o^ hZt, mothzA at BeacA, thZ& htxtz. MA. Lea wai at hZ^ mothzA'i bzdiZdz at 
thz tZmz 0^ hzA dzath and accompanZzd thz KemaZn/> to Tomah, WT,, at whZch pZacz buAZaZ 
uxitt takz placz. Ma4. Lza tz^t Sunday nZght iJoA Tomah to attznd thz iunzKcdi. PanXZc- 
uZjOU oaz lackZng ^OA thii wzzk'6 Z&iuz o^ thz WECi'S. 



»*»««»*«»» 



MISS SABIW UOUER 

Ma4. Sob^n MoueA, who hai, KZJ>Zdzd Zn thZi cZty iZncz 1903, dZzd at hzA. homz Monday 
evening, ApAt£ 2Sth, ^oZZowZng a itfiokz o^ poAaJLyhZM. Shz had not bzzn Zn thz but oi 
hzaZth ioK izvzfmZ yzoAi but hzn. condZtion wa& not thought izfuMuk. 

EanZy Satundaif monnZng 6hz iu^^zAzd jjAom a pafiaZztZc i,tAokz and ^Kom thzn on ihz 
neJJhzA. movzd a ZZmb noK ipokz untZZ dzath caZZzd hzA Monday zvznZng ihoitZy bz^oAZ 9 PM. 

EZZzabzth (Go^tttjAced) MoueA wae, 6oAn Zn BnudiznthfuiZ, Au&tnZa, on Oct, 20th, 1963. 
Shz gfizw to womanhood Zn hzn. ^ofizZgn Zand and wai manxizd to SabZn Moufizn. Zn ZmickznthAoZ 
on Tzb, 16th, 1SS7. On May 10th, 1903 thzy movzd to HankZmon and havz madz thzZt homz Zn 
thZ& cZty zvzn. iZncz, Vzcza&zd wa& a dzvout Cathotic and wai> a mzmbzA. oij thz ChJhUtian 
MothzA' 6 SocZzty ({oA many yzau pait. Shz wai, a kZnd and ZovZng wZ^z, mothzfi and ifiZzrvi 
and wait zndzoAzd by aZZ who fenew hzA.. 

TZvz chZZdA-zn wzn.z boKn to thJj> unZon but unf^oAtunatzly aZZ dZzd Zn Zn^ancy, thzZt 
oZdz&t chZZd ZZvzd untU. iJouA yzau old. Bz&Zdzi, thz />tfUckzn kuiband and a holt o^ 
{,fu.znd& who OAZ tzit to mouAn hzn. dzjouth ihz Zl> 6uAvZvzd by onz &Zj>tz/i who ZZvzi> Zn Aukt/Lia. 



Thz ^omAciZ wau> hoXd tkis> Thxiuday moKnlng at St. VkiU.p'6 ChuAdh, Rzv. Joi . F. 
StudnLcka oft^-LcAXuting. IntzAmzyvt woi madz in CaJLvoAy Czmztztiy, 

HANKJMSON NEWS May 1, 1924 

1 VEAV; 2 IWJUREP 
PROMIWENT WOWPARTISAW LEAGUERS IW FATAL ACCIPENT. . . 
B. F. BAKER CTLLEP, A. 6. SORLIE and HOY FRAZTER SERIOUSLY JNJUREV 

A. 6. SoftLiz 0(J GfuavvL FoKks, NonpoJvtuan Zzagaz ln.dofize>zz ioK thz gubz/LnatofUaZ 
nomination, and Roy FfiazlzA o^ CAo&by, mzmbzfi o^ tkz Izaguz Statz Exzcativz Committzz, 
ofLZ ittWi Zn a vz>iy cJujticaJi condition In thz ElimoAck Evangztlcal Hospital ^fiom InjufUzi, 
i>a6talnzd In an automohltz actldznt noKth o^ Stzztz, Klddzfi Coaty, Ziitz SatuAday, In 
which B. F. BofeeA Statz SznatoK and tzagaz candldatz ^oA. Corml&^lonzn. o^ AgKlcuZtuAZ 
was klttzd. 

FAazlzn. haj, /tzcovzAzd laK^clzntZy to Zzavz thz hoipltaJL, bat Un, SonZlz'i cxjndltlon 
Zi 6tlZt cAltlcaZ, though phyi>lclani> hotd out hopz6 iJoA. hli Azcovzfuf, 

Thz accldznt may havz ^ax nzaching potitlcxit eiJiJec^, owing to thz pKomlnzncz o^ 
thz6z thfLZZ mzn In thz InnzJi clucZzi o^ thz Nonpaxtlian Lzaguz. 

Whzthzn. Ufi. SoAllz wlIZ contlnaz a6 thz Lzaguz aindldatz ^OK govznnon. wULt dzpznd 
upon thz dzvzlopmznt6 o^ kii condition duAlng thz nzxt ^ew day/,, 
HANKWSON NEWS ********** (Jiay S, 1924 

AttoA.nzy J. A. Vwyzfi xztuJmzd on ThuA&day ^Aom VuZuth whzAz hz wai caZZzd by thz 
dzath 0(5 hl& bnothoji, Tom. HI& bAothzfi'^ body wa& takzn to Wisconsin ^oK buAlaJi. 
WhJJiz In Vuhith, Mk. VwyzK vl&ltzd at thz Voton Young homz. Va. Young was ^oAmzAly a 
pARctlclng phy&lclcLn hzAz. 
HANKJNSON NEWS ********** May 15, 1924 

Maa. GzoAgz Thomas and chlZdAzn wznt to LunzipAlng-i , Towa, VAlday In AZipon&z to 
a mz66agz announcing thz iZAlous IZtnz&s o^ thz ^oAmzA'i ^athzA. HzA ^athzA dlzd Sat- 
uAday night a^tzA an ILtnzis o^ szvzfiaZ yzaA&. 

********** May 22, 1924 

TVPHOZV CLAIMS VICTIMS 

Thz poUatzd watzA. system at FalAmount with Its Azsuttant typhoid zpldemlc 
continued to takz toti. A Scha^{iZA boy, AzczntZy Azmovzd with his poAznts ^Aom ValA- 
mount to LidgzAwood dlzd last wzzk. 

Emit Eo&tA.om, ioAmzA Hanklnson boy llzs at thz point o^ dzath In thz EAZckznAldgz 
Hospital with typhoid and Majs. Lynnz wlf^z o^ onz o£ thz FalAmount bankzAS Is not expzct- 
zd to iuAvlvz. 

A numbzA o^ othzA typhoid coiiZS ajiz AzpoAtzd thzAZ but thz tost taoo mzntlonzd OAZ 

thz most cAxtlcaZ. 

*********** May 29, 1924 

LIVEV MORE THAN A CENTURY 

Nzls and VztzK Qstby, stufidy plonzzA NoAsemzn o^ thz GAzzndaZz nzlghboAhood, Azc- 

zlvzd wo Ad this wzzk 0^ thz dzath 0)J thzlA mothzA In No Away at thz advanczd agz o^ 



100 yzau, 2 morvthi and 6 day/> . Vzcztiizd wen ^n good hejxtth ayvtiZ uuXhin a ihonJ: timt 
oi tkz end. He/i hmband dle.d 55 yeow ago Zast ClifLii,tma& , 

VzceR6e.d l& 6UA.vlvzd by 6Zx dnJXdxtn. . . .UdU and Vztan. o£ thi6 placz, Otz In 
Kzjfioitha, WI., and CanZ Zn Salt Lakz (UXij, bz6Zdz& iuo dajuughtzfil> 'in Noftuay. 
HANKINSON NBJS ********** Mot/ 29, 1924 

KJLLEV W RUNAWAy 
B. A. FoeAticA VZcXxm o{, fatal Accldznt... 
Wai Wzll Known MooA.zton Township FofmzA. With a LaAgz f amity... 

Baldai, A. FozAtich, pAomlnznt UooKzian Town&hlp ^afimZA, uiai fullzd ihoKtly af^tzfi 
noon lajit SatuAday whzn hz wai tlnAown ^fiom a baggy, iu&talnzd InjunleJi to thz back o^ 
thz hzad and ^Idz. Hz llvzd about tuiznty mlnutzi a^tzn. thz acaldznt. 

Ma.. FozfuUdi and 6on HznAy wzfiz dfuving {^tiom homz In a buggy, tzadlng koA£Z6 which 
WQJLZ to bz placzd In a poituAz iouth o^ Hanklnson, Wfizn nzoA thz AlhzAt Eladow (^anm 
onz 0({ thz houz6' blti hnxikz^ ifid thz tzam bzcamz unmanagzablz . Hznfuj waj> d/ilvlng 
and bfiougfvt thz tzam to a itanditltt wltkbi a (Jew fiodi, but In going Into thz ditch 
to thz adjoining (^Iztd thz {athzA wa6 thiown {^Kom thz Alg. 

Hz oAo&z and walkzd a ^zw 6tzp.l, but compZalnzd o^ ^zzllng quzzA. Hzn/iy ipfizad a 
bZankzt ^ox him to tiz on and huAAlzd to thz Eladow {^anm. An auto wai izciwzjd and thz 
and thz Injwizd man takzn to thz homz ojj hli, daughtzn., Hfii . Knump, but dlzd within Zz&6 
than hall an hoan.. 

VzczjJJiZd wai, bofun. In Wlicon&ln 62 yzxuu ago and Aalizd a iaJigz family. Ton. thz 
paj^t 22 yzau thzy havz occuplzd a ^anm 12 nUJtz& noKth oi Hankln&on. Hz wa6 a hajid 
woAkzA arid highly fizgofidzd by hli> nzlghboKk . 0^ a kindly dlipo6'itlon, hz wai always 
onz oi thz ilut to zxtznd a hzlplng hand to thz un^oAtunatz. Hli untimely dzath li 
ilnczAzty mounnzd. 

Ez&ldzi thz it/ilckzn wl^z, dzczjxizd li iuAvlvzd by thz following chlldAzn: MA4. 
Hay KAump, ULnnzapolli , Ww. John lOump, MAi. VztzA. J. Knump, U^i. John Tlzl, all o^ 
thli vicinity; hlu. Mick LambzAty o^ Hlncklzy, MW.; John, Joe, Hznxy and EAvln, all o^ 
thz homz nzlghbonhood. Onz daughter, hiu. Joe Schultz, dlzd izvzAol yzAU ago. 

Vunzfuxl izAvlczi wzAz held Tuziday mofinlng at thz Catholic ChuAch In hiantadon. and 
wzAz attzndzd by a Zoaqz gathzAlng OjJ inlzndi and nzlghboAi , Rev. Fa. Wllkzi wai In 
choAgz oi thz iZAvlczi, aalitzd by Fa. Thlzl and hiuloik. TntzAmznt wai madz In thz 
hiantadoA CzmztzAy. 
HANKINSON NEWS ********** j^^^^ 5^ 9j^4 

MYSTERIOUS VEATH 
Man Found Vzad In Auto UzoA Cayuga... 
John Folkowikl, FanmzA, Vlzd Whllz Atonz In Can.... 
John FoZkowikl, pAomlnznt jJoAmeA oi thz Gznzizo nzlghbonhood, wai iound dzad In 
hli aiitomobliz on thz highway juit wzit oi Cayuga at an zanly houn Satunday moAnlng. 
Thz znglnz wai itill njxnnlng but thz lonz dnlvzA wai cold In dzatk whzn iound. 



Thz tAoqzdy wcu, cLL&covzAzd by a boy KeMiArUng harm {,A.om a. dancz cut BaHaZo Lafee 
zoJihj SaJuuLfidcuj monyujig. Hz notZczd thz cat. standing iitiiZ w-uth thz zng^nz running and 
ittoppzd to Zywzi)t<.gaU:z. HoAAl^Zzd to ^nd thz dzad body of^ a man Zn thz d/vcvzA'^ hzjit 
fie huAAA.zd to Cayuga and notZ^zd aathoAyitizi . lnvz6tZ.gatZjon ptiovzd thz un^oJitunatz 
man to 6e John folkoM&kl^ 30 yzoAi old, wztt known ^anmzA. oi thz Gznz&zo nzlghbo/diood. 

ThzAz -C6 con&ZdeAabtz myitzfuj AuAAoundlng thz tKOjgzdy. Ho onz ha/, bzzn ^oand who 
fenew whzAz FoikomlU had bzzn ox wj^hzfi. hz woi {^ou.nd. He was aHHctzd with a wzak hzxifit 
but SoAgznt County authoAZtiti ajiz not zntlfizZy &atZ^ii.zd that dzjoth wai, due to natuAjaZ 
caa&zi, and aAZ Znvz&tZgatZng tkz mattzu cZo6zZy. MzanwhLZz thzy anz giving out no iniofi- 
matZon at, to thziA tiUApicioni . 

Thz dzad man Z& /iun.vZ\Jzd by a wi^z and ^ve. i,maJUi cJUZd/Lzn. 
HANKJNSON NEWS ********** j^ 3^ jg24 

Uu. John SzZZnzn. fizc.ZA.vzd a meA4age Wzdnz^day, announcing thz dzcuth oi hzJi bKothzA, 

Tfvank Vapton, at thz 6anltaAMm at Pinz City. Hz haj, bzzn a patient thzAZ £oK &omz tirm, 

Thz body wlZZ bz ihlppzd to hi6 homz in LidgzAwood. 

********** j^ 3^ jg24 

Hu. A. K. Thomp&on tz^t Sunday jJoA. Bidaht, MM., iji aniiWZA to a mea^oge announcing 
thz &Z/U.OUI, iZZnzi6 o^ hzA ^athzA, Wi. GiZhzAt&on, who fiZiidzd in that cXty. Hz dizd 
bz^oKZ 6hz fizachzd thzxz and thz ^unzAoZ wai, hzZd Monday. Wi. Thomp6on and f^amiZy 
wznt to EAdaht Sunday. 

********* * jj^ 3^ jg24 

PIONEER CALLEV 
fAfii . Hzfman ScMttz Vizi ¥>iom VataZy^ii 
WzIZ Known Rziidznt 0(J Lizn Towmhip f^oti 25 Vza/u,... 

UfLk. HzMman Schuitz, 49 yzau oZd, a KzdidznZ o{^ Lizn Township, SV., ^oK thz pa&t 
25 yzoAi, dizd Wzdnz&day mofiing {fOZZowing a itfiokz ojj paAaZy6i&. Shz had bzzn in pooti 
hzaLth, 6u^£zning ijAom hzoAt: tKoubtz, ioR. thz pa&t thfizz yzafu,. 

Vzczaizd wai, boftn Pec. 4th, 1S75, at SuZLivan, WJ., whznz ihz gftew to womanhood 
and wai, mafOiLzd 30 yzau ago to HzAJnan SchuLtz who 4>un.vivzi hzA. Vivz yzaju, a^tzA hzfi 
moAAiagz thz iamlly ftzmovzd to RobzAti County, SV., locating on a homz&tzad in Lizn 
Towmhip whzAz thzy havz fiziidzd zvzn. i,incz. Six chitdfizn lu/ivivz'- Uu. Txzd Lackzy 
0^ EJbna Towmkip, AZbzAt SchuLtz o^ Robzfuti, County, and CaJit, Uabtz, Viola and HaJiold 
who livz at homz. Onz biwthzA oi thz dzcza&zd al&o makz& hi& homz with thz Schuitz 
family, anothzfi bKothzn livzi in Saikatchzwan, Canada, and two 6i&tzM KZiidz in Wiicon&in, 

Vzcza^zd wai a dzvout mzjnbzA 0^ thz Gznman ChuAch and had thz zitzzm o£ alZ who knm 
hzfi. Shz wok a {^aith^ul wi£z and an indulgznt motkzn. and thz it/Uckzn mzmbzu o£ thz 
family havz thz dzzp sympathy oi many ^Aiznds. 

Thz iunznal will bz hzld Sunday with izKviczs at thz homz at 2:30 PM and at thz 
Gzfunan Ev. C/iuAc/i nzoA by at 3:30 PM, Reu. ObzAdozstzn. wilt conduct thz szAviczi and 
intzAmznt will bz madz in thz Chufich yaxd. 
HANKWSON NEWS ********** j^ j7^ jg24 



M/L. and WA4 . Lzo EJilnkman, accompanlzd by Ufi. and Ufib . I. W. BaJJiejj and Hii,6 
Hazzl EaiZty dJiovo. to Gzntizo Monday. Thzy uiznt to atttnd thz {^anViaZ o^ LiXtlt UaAy 
KnZzzn BoaJLzjj who dizd at tht Lidqznwood HoipZtaJi. Thz couie of, hsA dtath was pz/uXon- 
-ctci wkich {^oiZoMzd an attack o^ pmumonZa. Ma., and M^. EfUnkman KztuAmd to theJA 
homz hzAZ that iomz evening. 

VIOHEEV. IS CkllED 
Um . Wm. UaAqujxndt VZz& kt \gz o^ 67.... 
SzttZzd on ToJm Wai-t o{^ Hanklmon 45 Vexvu Ago.... 

Among thz bzit knoun o^ thz zanZy pi.onzz>iit o^ tkU izction wzfiz tkz ^AJUUxm Mo/l- 
quoAdt {^airuMj, who izttZzd on a homzitzad foufi nUZzi wz&t 0(J thz pAZiznt town o^ Hank- 
Zru>on In 1S79, 45 yzjvu, ago. In 1910 thzy iold tkzlfi ianm [locatzd on thz Koad to Lid- 
gzAwood, nzoA. what Zi 6tZtZ known ai thz MoAquoAdt ichooZ hou6z] and bought a ^ofm nzafi 
LidgzAwood. Thzy iioon 6otd thAJ> placz and movzd to Shuman Towm>Lip, SaAgznt County, 
whzAz HfL. UoAquoAdt dZzd i.n 1914. 

At thz tAjnz thzy izttZzd Zn what Z& now EfUghtuood Town&hZp thzAz wzAz many Jndaini, 
itlZZ -en tkz zounthjy, and Ufi. MaAquoAdt won thz high fizgoAd 0(J hJib A-zdikln nzlghbou . 
Hz was a cZa-iz {nZznd o^ ChZzf Mohan, a^tzA whom MoAan Townihlp and MoAan Lakz wzfiz 
namzd, and who-iz gAavz now ovzAZooki thz takz on thz hIzZi Mamon {,afm. Thz govzAnmznt 
maZntaZnzd a imaZZ tAoop of ioZdizu on thz zait znd of thz lakz fon. 6omz -tune, and up 
to a fzw yzau ago thz ipot on which thz fuxdz boAnacki wai tocatzd couZd ittZt bz ^>zzn. 
Mfi. MoAquoAdt had izvzAoZ th/uZZing zxpzAlzncz6 with thz IndZani, but hit, iznJiZ of faZn. 
play actzd a6 a 6afzty vaZvz bztwzzn thz xzdi and thzZfi whitz nzZghbou on moKz than 
onz occa&ton. 

Mfu, . MoAquoAdt, aftzA thz dzath of hzA husband, movzd to Spokanz, WA., whzAZ ^hz 
dlzd on Wzdnziday mofinZng JuZy 9th. Thz foZlowlng obitwiAy -64 taken ftwm thz Zait 
AJiiuz of thz SoAgznt County NesM: 

Ma&. WZZLiam MoAquoAdt pai,6zd away on Wzdnziday of lait wzzk at Spokanz, WA., at 
thz agz of 73 yzoAi and 3 monthi . 

Vzczaizd wa6 boxn May 14th, 1S51 , at PeZZa, MoAZon County, Iowa; moAAZzd to WZZZZam 
MoAquoAdt , MoAch 27th, 1879, at PoAtagz, WT . Unto thZi unZjon wzfiz bofin nZnz chZZdAzn, 
zZght of whom oAz LLvZng to mouAn thz Zjou of thzZA bzZovzd mothzA. Thzy oAz JznnZz 
Stach, HankZn&on, W.; T/izd MoAquoAdt, VoAkzA, SV.; Jo6ZphZnz CoAu&o, OakZand, CA.; 
FAank MoAquaAdt, VavZ^, SV.; RaZph MoAqua/idt, HawaZZan JiZand&; Va\jZA UoAqwoAdt, Rutland, 
WO.; WZlZZam MoAquoAdt, Wew EffZngton, and GzAtAudz BzAgquZitt at Spokanz, WA., wZth whom 
thz mothzA IZvzd at thz tZmz of hzA dzath. Thz bAX)theAi and iZitz^a oAz Janz Kalkman, 
VznvzA, CO.; Vxzd EotzAman, VavZi , SV.; John Botznman, Exczl&Zox SpfiZngi, MO., and GAacz 
EotzAman o f MZnnzapolZ& . 

AftzA thzZn. moAfuagz, Ma. and MAt,. WZZZZam MoAquoAdt KZiZdzd nzoA ChZppewa TaZZi, 
WT., foh about fouA yzoM. fAom thzAS. thzy movzd to nofithuozMt Iowa, and thzncz to TuA- 
nzA County, SV., movZng ffiom thzAz to Nofuth Vakota Zn 1879, whzAz thzy i,pznt. thz KzmaZn- 
dzA of a happy union until thz dzath of Mx. MaAquoAdt whZch occufiAzd Zn Octobzn. of 1914. 



SA.nce. ikaX date. the. motkeA had JLvjed uiith hzA younge/,t daugkteA arvtiZ de.ath 6UTmone.d 
heA. Thz body wcut bnoaght back to SoAgejit County and loA-d be^-idz that o{, heA. ia^th- 
iuZ httiband Zn Shuman CemeteAtf. 

We fizpJujat a (Jew -tuiw oi the. obltuaJiy oi ^UJLiam UaAxiaoAdt uikich wa4 pabtLi>he.d 
Jbi 1914. 

"In 1879 the. ^amity moved to Hofvth Vakota and ieXtle.d on a ^anm neafi HaniUn&on, 
Wahpe^n beting the ne/vie^t town. HeAz thejy Kej>^zd up to about ^ouA. yeaJUt ago, whzn 
U/L. UoAquoAdt iold out and puAchcazd the. old M. A. Ro6b-cni £aftjn Zn Shuman Touinihip, wheAZ 
thexj tivzd doK a numbeA. 0(J yzoAi,, thzn AzntZng the. place, they movzd to HiZnoA. Thejy 
onJbj KemoAJied Zn HUbioA about onz yeoA, when thejy again took up theln. Ae^-idzncz upon 
thz ^aAm. In thz zaAly day^i Ua. MoAquoAdt uxu, a ^AeZghteA ^ftom Wahpeton to VoKt SZ&ieton" 

"Vzczcuzd woA a iplendid ^oAmeA and cJXizzn, and kl& good counCAJt and good ti^z 
Zzavzi much o^ com^oAt and coniolatLon to hii beAzaved ^arUZy and ^fUzndit. Hz wait an old 
4>oldleA having ieAvzd hii, countAy wzZt dtvUng thz zntifiz pzfUod oi thz Civit WoA. Hz 
woA a membeA o^ thz nth lllinoil, CavalAy ." 

FuneAol ieAviczi weAz heZd Tuziday a^teAnoon o^ thli wzeh. ^Aom thz V. V. t^aAquoAdt 
Aziidzncz in Shuman Towmhip. Thz ^ottouiing ^Aom out o^ thz county attzndzd thz iZAviczi 
M/L. and MA4 . CanZ Stach, Hankin^an, GzAtAudz BeAgquiit, Spokane, lilA.; FAank HoAquoAdt, 
Vavii, SV.; TAzd Botznman, Vavii, SV.; WiZtum UoAquoAdt, Uew E^iington, SV.; Ma., and Ua&. 
HeAman FAochnow, Ua. and Ma4. Al^Azd VAochnow, tW) . UoAy Stach, Mw. Gzo. Stach, WaZtzA, 
Thzo, Ediioin and KAthuA Stack, aZl o£ Hankimon. 
HMKINSON NEWS ««»»»•*♦»« j^ 24, 1924 

FARMER KILLED BY LIGHThlWG 

lilhilz stacking hay on hid ^anm two mileJi wzit o^ Vzblzn loit FAiday, Anton TylzA, 
weZl known and highly AZipzctzd ioAmzA, wai, initantly kiZZzd by a bolt o^ lightning. 

Ma. TyleA wai juit finishing a itack and was a&ii&tzd in thz woAk by Ma. Donald, 
a ntighboA, TyleA wai on thz Attack and had j'uit told Vonald to takz thz tzam away and 
thzy would ^iniih thz itack a^tzA dinnzA, when thz (laih camz. Ma. Donald wai knockzd 
down in thz Aack and whzn hz AzcovzAzd and looked ^OA TyleA, hz wai unahlz to izz him. 
Hz Aan oAound thz itack and thzn noticzd imokz coming up ^Aom thz hay. Hz climbzd up 
on the itack and ^ound Ma.. TyleA dead with thz hay on f^iAZ bziidz him. VuiZing thz 
body iAom thz itack, hz Aan to thz houiz and iznt in a caiZ ioK thz doctoA. 

Whzn Pa. SznzicaJll oAAivzd hz ^ound that death had been ^n6-6in^neoa6 thz bolt 
having itAuck Ma. TyleA in thz head and tAavelzd down thz Aight iidz, bunning thz body 

quitz ieAiouily. Vzblzn Advance 

HAMKINSON MEWS ********** j^^ 24, 7924 

BAWPIT SHOT DEAD 
CountAy MeAchant Dzati Out Right Mzdicinz 
RobbzA Killzd Whzn Attempting to Hold Up StoAz at StAaubvilZz 
StAaubviJUz, a hamlet on thz GAzat NoAthzAn linz in. SoAgznt County, wai the icenz 

oi an attempted AobbzAy that AZiuZtzd in thz iatal ihooting oi onz oi the banditi. 



HZ^ tu)o companiotii uctxpeA -in a. uxtLting aijJjomob-iZ.z and havz not been appA.e}izndzd. 

The. kJUiinQ woA done, by W-itt Schulde., membeA o^ thz ^-Om o^ SchuZdz ZJwtheJU>, 
and kilt \j.ictim aA tkougfvt to be "Canadian BZacJU-z" a dupufvado valth a Zong cAMninaJi 
izdond. 

Somztum bz^oxe. midnZght ftu-drnj, thz me.n cattzd at thz ScMuZdz ^ei-cdence at St/iaub- 
vlZZz, uihich hamZzt Ik about 10 mitzi ioutkvzit o^ Toyman, with a Azqazit ^ofi automobltz 
oZZ. GzoHjgz, thz ttdtn. bfvothzA, accompanlzd thz mzn aZonz. Oncz oatitidz, thz Kobbzu 
(iOfizzd him to gi\)Z up thz feet/4 to thz itoxz. WkiZz onz man watchzd outitdz and anotkeA 
went Into thz itofiz with SchuZdz, thz tluAd fiobbzn. 6at in thz am. ahout a haZ^ bZock 
^Aom thz ittoKZ. 

In thz mzantimz, a yoangzn. bfwthzfi, WiZZ- SchuZdz, bec^wie ^tiip^c-cooi and itaxtzd 
otit £Avm thz hoaiz maMi a ihotgan. Hz wa6 6zzn by thz gwofid who (^Vizd, wounding him 
in thz ^oot. Young SchuZdz Kz^u&zd to bz ^fiightznzd away by thz guoAd and xztuJinzd 
thz ^iAz, onz chaxgz ^Kom thz .ihotgun i,hattzAing thz outZaw'i, Zz^t afim and anothzA 
zntzfiing hid chzit, 

Thz man dfioppzd a^tzA fuinning about a bZock and wa& dzad whzn pickzd up by ShzAii^ 
OZa^ Engzfi, Vzputy Tladoi and CoKonzfi LouZ& Stzimkz, alZ o^ Tonman, a (Jew houfu Zatzn., 

Whzn thz iifiing bzgan thz outZaw in thz ktoA.z bzat a haiti) Kzt/izat to thz wo-ctcng 
aiitomobil-Z and with thz dfiivzn madz a ha&ty gztaiwxj, Zzaving thziA. woundzd companion 
to hii iatz. So ^afi thzy havz not bzzn appKzhzndzd , 

Thz bandits izcuAzd onZy a (Jew doZZoAi {^ofi thziA nlght'i, wofik. 

SUS?ECT CAPTUREP... 

Safigznt County aathoAitizi> havz obtainzd cix&tody o^ "Cap" EdwaAdi, who wai captuAzd 
at Houghton, SV., and who Zl, wantzd in connzction with thz KobbzAy at StAoubviZZz, in 
which onz o^ thfizz bandits wai, 4>hot and kiZZzd by WiZZiam SchuZdz. 

Thz iZain man, according to authoAitizi wai, T. A. Stabback, aZiai, "Canadian EZackiz" 
Oii^icAjoZM bztizvz Stabback wai thz Zzadzn. oi a gang oi thizvzi hzadquajUzAing at Houghton, 
and 4,a6pzctzd o^ committing izvzAoZ fiobbzAJ.zt> . A com. waa (^ound wiMi thz dziCiiption oi 
thz auto u£,zd by thz thfizz StAmihvilZz bandiXt, . 0(,{,i(u.aZ6 bzZizvz EdwoAxU, dKovz thz can.. 
HKHKlHSOn HBilS . ********** Auguit 7, 19i4 

POISON FOOV CAUSES VEATH 

Uu. C. E. Vick, 44, wi^z 0^ a {^ajmzfi Ziving nzoA fainmount, ii dzad o^ ptomainz 
poZ&oning fiz&uZting, attznding phy6icia.n6 kaid, {^Kom eating ^ood izAvzd at a hot dog 
6tand opzfiatzd on thz ioAA gfiound& dafUng thz Richtand County Fain.. 

MAi. Vick wai takzn &zni.ouAZy iZZ thontZy a^tzn. exiting a Zunch at onz 0(J thz ^aln. 
Zunch i,tandi and wa& conitantZy undzn. thz coAz oi a phyiiclan untiZ hzn. death Wzdnz&day. 

TunznaZ 6eAvlcz& wzn.z heZd Sunday and thz body wai ihlppzd to hzn. oZd homz at. 
EannzivlZZz. 

Shz Zlvzd ^on. iomz timz at BaAnziviZZz and En.zckznni.dgz and Kzmovzd to FaiAmount 
^Ajom Enzckznnidgz in 7913. Shz ii iunvlvzd by hzn. haiband and two daaghtzni, M-w . F. L. 

Hci£&taZtzn. and Ilia VicZa Vick, o{, FaiAmount. RichZand County Fanmzn. 

HAUKIUSOU NEK'S ********** August 7, 1924 



LOCAL TTCMS 
L. C, Jzntz AeMifLmd Wtdnudaif {A-om Hzndtuon, hicnnuota, wheAz ho. wcUi cjxttzjd by 
ihz dzaXh o^ kii iZi-teA. 

F. WEUMAWW KJLLEV 
St/uick by LZgktyUng Zn (Monday 'i Stonm... 
Had Livzd In HichZand County Toft TZ^iy yaeuuk and bJa& W-idzZij Known, . 

VfizdzfLizk. Ueumann, a KuZdznt o^ HichZand County ^OA. thz pait i-iity yexvil,, woM 
ZmtantZy ktZtzd by a bolt oi tLghtnlnQ volfuZe, engaged i.n ^ZzZd uiofik on lvi& £aAm £oufL 
nUZu Aoutkcut 0^ Hankimon Monday a^tz/inoon. 

WZth kii, i,on Hwman hz. woa 4-toc.fccjig Qfucun about 80 Kodd iiom thz houiz. Thzy had 
hat{^ a load oi gnain on thz wagon and whzn thz 4tofun :^iA.zatznzd thzy 6taAtzd iJoA. thz 
Atack, Hzfman dfUvZng thz tzam and h^ii, ^athzA. walking. Ju6t as thzy Kzachzd thz i,tack 
a bolt oi tighning 6tAa.ck, thz unioftXanatz man A.zczlvA.ng thz iull iofucz oi thz ztzct- 
fLicJMj. He woi haZi a dozen pazu bzhind thz wagon and wai, ^n&tantly klllzd. TarcX- ■ 
Zcally all oi hU clothing wai, itA^ippzd ihom hi& body and iomz oi iX wai itightly buAnzd. 
Thz Ahozi WQJiz tonn oH and choAAzd. Thz body ihowzd iew maAkl> a&Zdz iAom a ipot on 
thz cfLOwn oi thz hzad. Hli watch, plckzd up ifiom thz ground latzA, had itoppzd at 2:30 
exactly, maAklng thz pxzcZ&z timz oi thz tAadzdy, Thz ion, Hz/iman, wai dazed by thz 
ihock but Kzcovzn.zd In a ihofit timz and AuHzAzd no III zHzct^ . 

ThfiZihing wai in pKogxzZti on thz JuLiai B/iummand ioAm and mejmbzu oi thz cAew Auih- 
zd to thz ipot. Thz body wai A.zmovzd to thz homz and a doctoA. iuimonzd. HowzvzA, noth- 
ing could 6e donz oa dzath had bzzn Zmtantanzoai . 

FAzdzAick Mzjumann wai boAn in GzAmany on June 20th, 1864, and had thzAzioAz juit 
poiizd hii 60th yzaA. AitzA attznding thz local poAlih &chooli until thz yzoA 1872, 
hz with hli paAznti and iamiZy zmigAjOtzd to AmzAica.. Thzy locatzd iiAit in Cincinnati, 
OH., ioA a izw wzzki thzn moved to WZicomin whzAz thzy livzd ioA about two yzoAi . In 
1874, j'uit iiity yzoA/^ ago, thzy camz to Dakota., thz poAznti locating on thz homzitzad 
hali a miZz wzit oi GAzat Bend now ownzd by Otto Nzumann. 

About thz timz thz iubjzct oi ouA ikztch Azachzd hii majoAity hz woi maAJiizd to Ida 
Ponath, who died many yzoAi ago. At thz timz oi hii moAAiagz thz poAznti bought and gave 
to him thz pAZiznt F/ionfe Popp ianm nzoA GAzat Bend. AitzA ianming thzAZ ioA many yzaJU, 
hz diipoizd oi thz placz and in 1896 bought a ioAm iouA miZzi iouthwzit oi Hankinion, 
in EAightwood TowrnhZp, which hz opzAatzd up to thz timz oi hZi dzath. 

Hz wai moAAizd a izcond timz to Emma BzAq, who iuAvivzi him. Ci thz iiAit moAAiagz 
&zvzn childAzn WZAZ boAn, thAZZ oi whom oAz living. .. .FAank, Hanna and John. Foot aAZ 
dzad: RobzAt, MoAy, HznJuzAt and Paul. Ninz childAzn wzAz boAn oi thz iZcond union, all 
oi whom ojlz living exczpt LauAa, thzy aAz: Anna, Guitavz, HzAman, Eliiz, Emila, Poiiz, 
Lzna and EithzA. 

Hz Zi alio iuAvivzd by two bAothzAi, ThzodoAz oi thii city and Otto oi EAandznbuAg 

Townihip; tMO ii/ttzAi, HAi. Louiiz Vumkz and Wn . Anna. VUZbAandt, both oi thii city; 



hill motheA--ai-Zcujo, LoocAe Be/tg, Xwo iom-Zn-taw, EiruZ WatJbnan and kfiXkuA Kohct. 

Rt. Weumonn wcu, a hcuid-wcfiUjig , God-^eoAing man and did luJ, lull ihoJiz i.n tkz 
dzvztopmznt o^ ZLchZand Countif £Ajom a iKonZieA. cormanyity to Zti pKue.nt nA.dvn.ZM. He 
had the. t&tzem and Kupzct o^ aJUi and kZi tfuxgZc dzath amz oa a QKZJit 4>hock to old 
nZA-QkbotUi and lJu.zndi . 

Hz was a dzvoat mzmbzA. o^ tkz IrmanuzJi Eu. ChuAch and Reu. C, ObzAdozMtzA wai -en 
duvigz oi thz lanzAaZ ^zAvZczi which wzfiz hzZd Zn this (uMf on Monday altzAnoon at 2:30. 
ScoA.^^ ol old iKizndi, odizjnblzd to pay thzJji ^ZnaZ tKlicutz o^ Kz&pzct to thz dzpoAtzd. 
IntzAmznt wai madz i.n thz IrmanuzZ CzmeXzAy, 

HANKINSON NEWS »*»«»««««« AugiM-C 21, 1924 

TH. 8TRMBAUM PEAO 
TlonzzA. ol EJbna Touinihip An6u}ZA& VZnaZ SuTimoni>.. 
RziZdzd -In ZichZand County Fox VoKty Vzanj, and Was Highly Rzipzctzd 

ThtodoKz ElAnbaum, Sa.., a KZJ>ldznt o^ Elma Touin&hlp ion. ^onty ifZoM, dlzd at thz 
Bn.zckznnA.d3z Hoipltal on Thunj,day, Aug. 14th, a^tzn. a tingzAlng ltlnzi,i>. Hz was a 
AuHzAZA. inom chAonlc nzphnltU and had bzzn falling 6tzadUy {on. &omz tlmz bz^oKz 
dzath zndzd ku i,uilzAlng6 . 

Vzctaizd was faoAJx In Gonnxlng, LuxzjvbuAg, on Aug. 17th, 1S50, and JLackzd bat thn.zz 
day^ 0)J complz^ng 74 yz/iM on thli zoAth. Loofujig ^on. Mldzn. oppon^tanltlzi than kil, 
natlvz country a^iondzd, hz zmlgnatzd to fijnznlca at thz agz o^ 21 yzoAi, locating ilJiit 
at Wew Wbn, MW. hz wznt {,nom thaJm to Wl&con6ln whzAz hz nzMldzd ^on. izvzAol yzaxb . In 
1S83 hz jolnzd thz niah Vakotawand, aAAlvlng In WahpzXon whzAZ hz Kimalnzd Ion. onz yzan.. 

In 1SS4 hz bought thz ianm In Elma Town&hcp which wai to 6e hZi homz ^on. thz n.ejnalnlrg 
ionty yzau ojj hU ti{,z. On Jan. 12th, 1B91 , hz manjvizd M^4 Ju£-ca VzGuba who £an.vlvz6 
him. 01 thli union izvzn chyiZdxzn wzKZ bon.n, llx ol whom oAz Living; John, Thzodoxz, 
HlchazZ, Joizph, Mathilda and Clana. 

VzczoMzd was honzJit and lndLU,tAA.oiil> and by hafid won.k acqulnzd a compzXzncy, Izavlng 
hl& iamlZy wzlt pnovldzd ^on.. Hz wai a good CAXlzzn and hli, dzath It, a dlitlnct lo-ii to 
thz community In which hz KZildzd ^oA 60 many yzoJii, . 

Thz iunzAot wai hzld Monday, Aug. ISth, wlMi iZAvlczi at St. PhlZlp'i Chanch at 9 AM. 
Rev. Joi . F. Stadnlcka wai In changz o^ thz iZAvlcz^, wkich wzAz attzndzd by a tangz 
gathzAlng o^ inlzndi and old nzlghbon.& who thai paid thzlA £lnal. tnlbutz oi KZipzct to thz 
dzpajutzd. ••»»,••*•, 

MIm EZilz KnzliaZ o^ thli city lzf,t OJzdnziday £on. En.zckznnMlgz In KZiponiz to a 
mzi4>agz announcing thz dzath oi hzn. ilitzn-ln-taw, Mas. EdwoAd KAzliol. Mjh . KJUzioZ 
poiizd away at thz St. Francos Hoipltal zanJiy Wzdnziday mon.nlng, thz cauiz o^ hzn. dzath 
bzlng hzanjt ialZunz. Ezildzi hzn. huiband ihz Izavzi to mounn hzn. dzath hzn. mothzn. and 
a hoit oi ionnowlng £nA.zndi. 

HAWKIWSOW WEWS Auguit 21, 1924 



EXPLOSION KILLS TWO 
M/L4 . OKlando Bj'oKk and Baby VZe. Tfwm Stovz ExpZo/^A^n, , . . 
Ha&band and TatktU Wai A MemfceA. o^ Hankcmon'^ Otd Company L..., 
A />hockA.n3 tAjdQzdij occuJiAzd a (Jew initU) wut o^ Ro^holt t!uj> weefe uihzn thz exploi- 
Ajon o£ a ivitdizn Kange. Zn thz ^oAm home. Oj{ OnZajndo Zjonk KudLtad Zn thz dexuth o^ iuio 
oi the. {^ainUbj. Thz tuoo-yejaA-otd cKLM oi Zjonk waa kiZtzd by the. cxpZoiZon. Wta. Bjon.k 
woi Atuhtd to a ho^pZtaZ, whafiz 6he. dlzd iuio houA& ZateA. 

Thz hu&band and ^athzn., O/iZayvdo Bjofdz, voai a mojmbzn. oi HaniiLnSton^i> oZd Company L, 
thz mzmbzu o^ uikcch did 6o much to uphoZd tkz patAlotiim o^ tkii pant o^ thz county 
dufUng thz IsloKtd Wax. Bjofdk. wai, one oi thz mo&t iaZthiul mzmbzu oi thz company and 
uiltZ bz nzmzmbzA.zd by mo/>t oi ouA. pzoptz who took iuch an Zntztzit in thz pAztuninoAy 
dnJJUUjnQ Ajn. ouA. city in thz zafity monthi oi I9T7 whzn thz company woA quaJitzKzd in thz 
city haJUi. Thz itnickzn husband hai, thz dzzpz&t sympathy oi aJit in hii shocking bzAzavz- 
emnt. 

RztuAning to hi& homz nzoA. Hoihott at thz cZo6Z oi thz wan., hz wai ihohtZy aitzfi- 
waJidi, moAAizd, hii bfiidz being a daaghtzn oi AxzZ W. Pztzuon oi Ro^hott. Thzy wzKz 
Kz&iding on thz old homz ianm oi Uk. BjoA.k, a iew miZz& wz&t oi RoihaZt, wheAZ thz 
tzMibZz tfiagzdy occuAAzd. 

<«»»«,««»« SzptembzA 4, T924 

SUSPECTS STILL AT LARGE 

Authofiitiz& OAZ htiXt izafLching ion. two chaAactzu known only ai "Stim" and ^BZackiz" 
wantzd in connzction with thz muAdzA oi Choi. PZant,tnjan6iznt haAvz6t hand, at EZZzndaZz. 

Plant wai ihot and in&tantZy kiZtzd on a 6idz itAzet in EiZzndaZz about midnight 
onz night Za&t wzzk. Thz night moA&haZ hextfid thz ihot^ but Kzachzd thz ipot too tatz to 
appAzhznd thz muAdzAZAM. "Siim" wa& an J . W. W. oAganizzA, but it i& thought thz ihoot- 
ing wa6 done by his, paZ "Blackiz." Thz cau6z oi thz shooting ii unknown but i& bought 
to havz AZiuZtzd iAom a coAd gamz. 

Plant, an ex-iexvicz man, who wa& woundzd and iuHzAzd 6hzll &hock in FAancz, wai 
about 35 yzoACi oi agz. Hz camz to Ellzndalz with hii, young wiiz and iniant daughtzA, who 
£uAvivz him, inom Hinnzjapolii about two yzanc ago and hm, bzzn employed on vaniou& ioAmi 
nzoAhy eueA iincz. Hz and hii iamiZy took Aoom6 in Ellzndalz a iew wzzkj> ago while hz 
hiAzd out ioA hoAvzit and thAZ&hing. 

»*««*»«»«» Szptembzfi 4, 1924 

FATAL ACCWENT 
H. L. Jonzi oi WyndmeAz In&tantly KiM.zd 
Void Can. OvzntuAnzd Wz&t oi Wahpzton. . .Othzn Occupant!, UnhuAt... 
H. L. Jonz&, 54, pionezn. Az&idznt oi WyndmzAZ, waj, in&tantly kiltzd when hilt Fond 
touting can. tunnzd tuntlz on thz noad a couple oi milz6 wz6t oi Wahpeton about 5 PM 
Tuziday aitznnoon. Thz top oi thz izat pinned him to thz gAound when thz can tuAnzd 
ovzn. and hii nzcJi wai, bnokzn. Thz othzn. occupanti oi thz can, two childAzn about thnzz 
yzoAi old, wznz unhunt. 



Jonti woi KeXuAru.ng homz {^fwm a ba6Zn&66 tftip to WaJipzton. Hz w<x6 accompanizd by 
kit) titttz gKandion, 3 yzcifii old, and a tittJiz SpnA.nqzn. qViZ o^ thz i>cmz agz wko kant 
been making hex homz with thz Jonzi ^ainUbj, Ju&t what caiiizd thz acddznt Zi a my^tzty. 
The. Koad Zi good, iX woi hKoad daytight, and a Zatzn. zxaminajtlon o^ thz cun. KzvzaJizd noth- 
ing uviang with thz itzzulng appoJiaJui. In any zvznt thz can. tUJinzd ihafiplij f^Kom tliz xoad 
Into thz ditch and tuJinzd tuAtlz. It wait an oZd modzZ Tond with no top and thz occupanti, 
wzAz pinnzd undeA thz cox, Jonu bzing caught andzA. thz back o^ thz izat. Thz ditch wai, 
about ^ou/L ^zzt dzzp. 

A coA {^fwm thz wz6t wai thz ^iut on thz 6cznz, and a momznt latzA. H. A, Lawion 
and L. R. BuA^zning A.zachzd thz ^pot. Thz ovzAtivinzd can. wa& ti^tzd up and thz chiZdJizn 
Kztzantzd. Thzjj wznz unhuAt zxczpt ion. iZight icjuitchzi, . Jonz6 had bzzn ini>tantiK kittzd, 

Thz chiZdMzn wzAz takzn to Wahpzton and latzn. thz body o^ thz un^oxtunatz man wa6 
takzn to that city. YzitzAday thz n.zmain& wzAZ n.ejnovzd to WyndrnzAZ whzn.z thz iunznaZ witi 
be heZd. 

M/i. Jonz& wa& a pionzzn. n.ziidznt ol Nonth Dakota, having Zocatzd nzan. thz pAZiznt 
viiZagz 0)J Mc Lzod wiXh hi& pan.zyvt& whzn bat ^ivz yzafUi old. Tftoi ^oK nzanJbj SO yeafU 
fee hai tivzd in Nonth Dakota, and ^on. tkz Zait 30 yzoAi in HichZand Cousvty . Hz wai zn- 
gagzd in opznating a cnzam station and con^zctionznjy at WyndmzAZ and wa& at&o a dzputy 
ihznia OjJ thz county. Hz -ci 6un.vivzd by a widow and ^ivz gnxjwn chiZdAzn. . .ioan. manjiizd 
daaghtzAi and a ion. Hz aZ&o lzavz& &ix bnothzAi, and 6i6tzn/). 
HAUKWSON NEWS ********** SzptzmbzA. Tl, 1924 

Maa. L. C. Jzntz and M^. AZbzfut LoKznz and ion Inwin n.ztuAJi.zd Monday ixorn BzlZ 

Vtain, UH., whzAz thzy wzKz caiZzd by thz dzath o^ thzin Aunt, 

********** 

MR5. MIKE WHITE'S FATHER DIES 

John Pick, iathzA. o^ M^. Mtfee Whitz, onz o^ thz old n.z&idznt& o^ thz Fainmount 
community, but who ZatzA. Azmoved to Canada, dizd Za6t Tuziday at hid homz at Hidatz, 
Soik, Canada, hzant tAoubZz bzing thz cauiz o^ hid dzath. 

Dzczaizd wad bonn in Gznmanjy, 66 yza/u ago and camz to Amznica wiXh hi/, poAznti 
whzn S yzau o£ agz, thz iamiZjj izttZing at St. 3oz, MW., whzAZ hz gn.v» to manhood. 
Hz Zatzn. camz to Fainmount and ^anmzd in thxt izction untiZ 18 yzoAd ago whzn hz movzd 
to Canada and took up a homzitzad. Hz hju, viiitzd in RichZand County izvznaZ timzi, 
thz Za&t timz bzing Zait wintzfi. 

Bziidzi hii widow hz Zzavzi {,ivz cktidnzn: Unj,. Fnank EZakz o{, FaiMmount, John 

Pick and Mw. Anmi KziiZzA. o^ HLdaZz, Canada, Mw. KaXz VztzAion o^ Waitz Vank, MM., 

and M/L6. Hikz Whitz o{, thii city. 

********** 

HANKZNSOM NEWS SzptzmbzA IT, 1924 



KILLED W CROSSING ACCWENT 
Chai,. UzjjtfiM, Ulnnzioia. U. Studojit, VZctim... 
Tnngzdy Ocavuizd Sanday Evening: ktbeAJt TZzg& Hcu, HafOiow Escape... 

Chou>. MeyeAi, 2Z yzan. old Hinnuota Unlv&ft&lty itudejint, cttw almo&t In&tantly hJJUizd 
and kJLbzKt TZzgi 6a&tcu.nzd i^o bfcokzn Kibi, fU& Alight fenee badZy cfia&hzd and icAotdiu 
about tkz iacz and hzad wfien thz ToKd Coapz dAlvzn by TZzgi was, itfaick by a Soo iKzlght 
tfuUn at thz Vioiii-t.m about {^oua mltzi noxthwzi>t o£ thii (Uty at about 6 ?H Sunday zvznlng. 
Thz Qjxfi wai tkxown moKZ than ^Z^ty ^zzt and &mai>hzd to fujidLing wood and ACiap tfion. Thz 
Zicapz 0)J young Ttzgi taith Kic tl^z wai aJbnoit mOtxicuZoui. 

VETAJLS OF THE ACCTPEMT... 

Thz boy& had dAlvzn thz can. out to fLzpalfi a wifiz {zncz on thz Ttzgi (JoAm. Thz Soo 
maZn tinz tuack /tuns thAough thz i<vm and In KziuJinZng thz boyi djiovz noAth ^on. a i,hofit 
dl&tancz aJbnoi,t pcuiaJUieJi with thz t/uick, thzn tufinzd za&t at thz cJio.&6AJig. Thzy did not 
hzan. noK izz thz apptvoacking tnjcuin, according to thz itofuj told by Tlzgh, and thz tadt 
AzcoZZzction hz hai, l& that o^ thz ihock o^ thz coiLi&ton. Thz t/uUn wai, AunnZng at a 
high fiatz of^ ipzzd to kzzp ahzad 0){ thz zvznZng pa66zngzA. tAaJ.n, 107, which It, duz hzfiz 
at about thz iome houn.. Thz can. wa& 6tnack bnxiad&ldz and thAown about ility {^zet Into 
thz wovzn wIaz ^zncz, hanging pantZy ovzA thz £zncz. Uzyznj> zvldzntly wa& thnown ^Aom 
thz can and ^tnuck agaimt a ^zncz poit. Hz wad ^ound tangzZzd up In wovzn wIaz by thz 
tAjJujn CAZW and tivzd about 20 mlnutzd. AZbzAt Tlzg6 wa6 ^ound on thz gAound aJbno&t undzn 
thz can and wa& uncomcA-Oui. Thz InjuAzd mzn wznz ptaczd aboand thz tAoin and nu&hzd to 
WyjidmzAZ.' MzyzAS dlzd on thz tAaln, about 20 mlnutzi a^tzA thz accldznt. Hz had bzzn 
Injunzd about thz hzad, onz ofm wad bAokzn In thAZZ placz&, and hz doubttzi-i 6u&talnzd 
IntznnaZ Injunlzi,. Tlzg.6 Azcovznzd comclou6nt&.i ^oA a momznt bz^onz Azachlng WyndmZAZ 
but wznt o^ft again {oA iomz timz. Hz wa6 bAought back to HankAjUtOn on Soo tAoin Wo. 106 
thz 6amz zvznlng and takzn to thz homz o{, hl& bAothzA ThzodoAZ TlzgA In thii city, whznz 
hz ll> now Azcovznlng ^Aom hi& InjUAlzi and thz ihock o^ thz tAogzdy. 

Thz automoblZz wai, a total. wAzck,..ait £ouA whzzts toAn o^^ and zvzAy ipokz bAokzn, 
thz body 6mai>hzd Into W0AthJiztt&nz6i>, thz znglnz bAokzn and thz top aJbnoi>t tonn ojjij. 

PARENTS LIVE IN WATERTOWN . . . 

MzyzAi ' paAznti llvz In Iflatzntown, SV. Young UzjyzAd hoM bzzn making hl& homz with 
hii, moAAizd iil&tzA In. Ulnnzapolli, duAing thz two yzoAi hz hai bzzn a itudznt at thz Hinn- 
ZJiota UnlvzAilty. With a pat, Joe Schuizlsii, about hli own agz, hz camz to thl& vicinity 
zajiZy In thz Aummzn £oA thz puApo^z o^ hzcoAing woAk on a ^anm to hzZp dz^nay hU school, 
zxpznizi ^oA thz coming yzoA. Thz two boyi woAkzd ^lut ^OA HznAy Knauiz duAlng haying, 
and tatzA wznt to wonk ^OA Fnank Tlzgi duAing haAvz&t and thnzihlng. Mzyzu had ptannzd 
to Zzavz ioA HinnzapoLii, loit SatuAday but dzcldzd to 6tay ovzA a iew dayi, and hzLp {^ILi 
thz hUio on thz Tlzgl ^anm, A nzighboA iznt wo Ad ojj thz bAokzn ^zncz Sunday and thz boyi 
dAovz out to makz thz nzcz&6any AzpaiAi . UzyzAi, wak In a paAticulaAly happy {^namz o{ 
mind ai hz Iz^t thz ^anm. Hz wa6 a {^inz young izUjow and highly Azgandzd In thz nzlghboA- 
hood whzAz hz woAkzd thz pa&t 4ea4on4, 



TINGS' WAJJijnw ESCAPE 
That MbeAJt TZzg^i wca not ZmtantZy kAjittd Ik hoJid to andzfi&tand. He. li> tkz &on 
0)J M^. and Wn,. Tftank TZzgk and woi boKn on thz ia/m 16 i/zau ago. We -ci itUJUi 4ai{|{eA- 
-cng iKom tkz tnj'uAyizi and the ihock q({ thz tfiagzdy. 

EOVV SHIVPEV TO bJATERTOWN 

P.zlatU.vzi> o{, young MzyeA^ Kzachzd WyndrnzAz Tuz&day moinlng and compZztzd oAAarvgz- 
rnznti ioK ihipmznt o^ thz fiemaini to thz ^anuJiy homz at lilatzfitown, SV. Thz datz {^OK thz 
{^anznaJi ha^ not bzzn annoanczd, 

CAR IW tiJRECK BEFORE... 
Thz automobZtz that ^guAzd Zn thz tAagzdy vooi -in a bad &mai,h-up Jun. (UnnzapoLii a 
Zittlz Zz&i than a yzan ago. It was dAZvzn at that -tone by thz lamz dfu.\)Zfi, AZbzfit TZzg-i, 
A hzavy can. it/iuck ^Aom bzhZnd, thAovoZng ktbzfut to thz cu/tb and caa&Zng paln^uZ bat not 
iZAAMoi ZnjuAA,z&, Thz can. u:ai 4o badZy imcahzd at that timz that an zntOtz new body wa6 
nzczSioAy. ********** 

HANKWSON NEWS Szptzmbzn. 25, 1924 

M/L4. Wm. Schaztt A.zcz<.vzd a mzi6agz today announcing thz dzath o{, hzn nzpheu Tfuink 

HzZchzAt:, Jk., who voai killzd In thz izvzAz itofm at Evztzth, MM., last Sunday. He uku> 

kWizd by a tivz uuAz that had bzzn blown down. Hz ll> 6UA.vZvzd by *co ckildKzn. 

********** 

Szptzmbzn. 25, 7924 
SHOCKING TRAGEVy 
Roy Kozpnlck KJJLtzd In Shooting Accxdznt 
Companion Zi AZmoit Cnazzd wiXh G>U.z{i and Rzjnon^z... 

Anothzn. o^ thoiz accA.dzntat i,hooting accA.dznt& that anz a &ad £zatuAz oi eve/u/ 
huntxng iza&on occuAAzd Sunday zvznZ.ng whzn Roy Kozpnlck, 15 yzaAi old, wa& ihot and 
A.ni,tantly kxlZzd by thz accMizntaZ di&zhoAgz o^ a shotgun Jin thz hands o^ his hunting 
companion Rudolph Gu&tinan. No blamz attachzs to anyonz ioK thz dzploAablz accldznt 
that snufi^zd out thz ti^z o^ thz un^oAXunatz Roy. 

Thz tAagzdy occuAAzd midway bztuzzn thz Kozpnlck and Gastman ^aJms, about ^oun. 
mlZzs zast oi$ town, In Waldo bztwzzn 5 and 6 PH. Voung Kozpnlck had plannzd a hunting 
tnlp with a son o{. Ben Jone* but this plan was abandonzd. Thzn onz of, thz SalTwzdzl 
boys {jAom town came to thz GustJnan placz. Roy and Rudolph onAangzd to go out with him, 
{,ofi chlckzns and watkzd fn.om thz Gustman £anm to Kozpnlck' s to gzt a shotgun. On thz 
AztuAn tfUp thzy shot a fiabblt and {^lushzd a covzy oi chlckzns, bagging onz oi thz binds. 
A littlz {^anthzn on anothzn covzy o^ binds stanXzd up and young Kozpnlck fuin ahzad a 
&hont dlstancz. Rudolph cockzd both hammznj> o{, his doublz baAAzt shotgun and stoAtzd to 
follow. With his llngznji on thz tnlggzAS hz was watching ioK moKZ binds and huAAylng 
£oAwand. ToK this Kzason hz ^altzd to watch his stzp, and In cZambznlng up an embankment 
hz slippzd back just as hz had nzaJity Kzachzd thz top. In falling hz convulsively pulled 
thz tAlggzn. and thz zntlnz chaAgz stniick Roy In thz back, Le44 than a dozen {^zzt szpanated 



XJie. boyi and thz an^oAXunatt \iZctm of^ thz accidznt wcu, dejxd uuMUn a ({ew mCnatz^ . 
HadoZph AK&hzd homz and mzdicat aZd wai iummomd buX. dzaMi had be.e.n aJbnoit A.ni,tarLtanzoui . 

Thz t/iagzdy woi anothzfi o^ tko&z. an^oAtunajtz a£{^aVui In wkcch no onz Zi to bZamz 
and itAjUi mphaiZzu the. ^poxtancz 6{, taking eue'uf pAzcawtion wkitz handJUnq {^XAza/im . 
NzzdZ.ze,i to &atf, Rudolph -ci aZmolt cAazed mXk gfUz^ and AemoASt, and the. ihockZng t/iag- 
zdy 4Ji a 6ZVZAZ blow to both ^anULizi, 

Thz vZctOn oi thz accldznt wa4 boKn -in Tafigo on New VzaJi^& Day and woatd havz bzzn 
16 yzoAM old on JanuoAy next. He. Zs> thz only 4ion o^ Ma., and Ww. Cha/iZzi, F. KozpnZck, 
both OjJ whom 6uA.vZvz kim. Hz alio Izavzi onz &Z&tzfi o^ 15 to moafui thz lo66 o^ hzfi 
bAothzA. Thz iamU.y tivzd hzAZ yeoAi, ago, then went to Canada £oA a ihoAt timz, and 
£oA thz pa&t ^vz yeoAi havz Az&Zdzd Zn tJtu vZcA.nZty. At pAZ&znt thzy oAz woAJu.ng onz 
oj{ thz ^anm6 owned by VAank Gu&tman, ^athzA oi Rudolph. Thz laJXzA Zi aboui 11 yeoAi old. 

Thz lixneAJil tvoa held Wzdnz&day wJUh &zAvlcej) at thz IrmaniieZ Ev. ChuAch at 1 PU. 
Rev. EakzA 0(J VeMii Falli, wai, In cJuvigz o^ thz iZAvZce/, In the ahizncz o^ Rav. Obzndozitzn. 
who Zi vZ&ZtZng Zn {/JZiconiZn. 
HMIKZNSON NEWS ********** OctobeA 1, 1914 

CoaZ W. KAaa&z Aztunzd FAZday zvenZng £Aom Hankato, MW., whzAZ he went to attend 
thz iunzAol oi hZ& ^atheA, UoAtZn Kfiaa6Z. 

********** OctobeA 11, 1914 

fJEATH OF MRS. SHELLEY 

Ha&, Ro6Z T, Shelley paired away at thz homz oi hzA daughteA, Ha&. V. E. Ryan, Zn 
thtlt cZty on FAZday, Oct, 14th, a^teA two yzaA6 o^ Zllne£i>. FoA £zveAal daij6 6hz had 
been gAadudolZy iZnkZng and ihz pa&.&ed away peacz^uZly, death comZng oi, a deep tlzzp. 
FoA two yzau ihz had bzzn a iuHeAZA jjAom a complZcatZon o^ dZabeteJ), aAtzA06cZoA&Z 
and hephAZtZ& and was a patZent iu^^zAZA. 

Vzceoizd was a ywJJjjz oi New VoAk, whzAZ ihz wai boAn Oct. 17th, 1S67. ThzAz ihz 
QAeui to womanhood and wai moAAZzd 35 t/eaA4 ago to E. A. ShzZlzy, who iuAvZvzi hzA. Thz 
£ajnZly movzd to HinnzapolZi 10 ye^oAi ago whzAz thzy havz AZiZdzd zveA iZncz, 

EziZdzi thz itAZckzn huiband, tUio chZldAzn oAz Iz^t to mouAn thz loii o^ a lovZng 
motkzA. . . .HAi . V. E. Ryan OjJ thZi cZty and C. W. SheZtey o^ HinneapolZi. Both wzAz 
wZth hzA duAZng thz iZnaZ dayi o^ hzA ZlZnzii, and accompanZzd thz body to ULnneapolZi. 
SzAvZczi WZAZ held hzAz on Oct. 15th and at UZnnzapolZi on Monday, Oct. 17th. 

Thz pall bzaAZfii wzAz Hugo KAoutkAemzA, kdam HZpp, Adam Roth, Paul WZtte, JeAAy 
Shea and Matt Joit. 

********** OctobzA SO, 1924 

HENRY FAUST KILLED 
llleJil known RziZdznt VZctZm o^ Auto Accident 

Tmtantly KZlZzd When CoA 0\JeAtuAned NeoA Vall.zy CZty 

HznAy Faoit of, MZllzAvZllz, MN., foAmeA AZiZdent of HankZmon, wai kZllzd Zn an 
auto accZdent neoA VaZZzy CZty Monday evening. 

ThAough iomz ZAAOA thz mziiage AzczZvzd hzAz gave Willow CZty oi thz icenz o{, the 
accZdent, and thZi AZ&ultzd Zn iomz delay Zn izcuAZng detaZli, Not untZl tkZi moAnZng 



UXI& it cLLicoveAzd that the. acddznt occuAAzd nzoA VaZZzy City. "OttauZd oaz. itUit tack- 
Zng, but it Zi knouin that the. imatZ coupe, in which fauit and a companion, Loui6 John&on, 
V3zn.z KidinQ W(X6 oveAtJUJine.d in Zoo^e. gfuweZ Uonday eve.ning thjizz mitej, za^t o{i VaZZzy City, 
faa6t was initantZy kiZZzd, hii i,kuZZ and chz&t being CAuihzd. Johnion zicapzd pAactic- 
aZJLy unhuAt. 

(iJhiZz thz fizZativzi kzAZ wzfiz znjdza.voAi.ng to communicatz uiith WilZou City, thz 
authonitizi) at VaiZzy City had bzzn unabZz to Zocatz hil, fLzZativzi . FinaZZy thii moan- 
ing thz matteA uia6 ctzaJizd up and UndzAtakzA M. A. Wippznman ii> novo znAcutz ^OA VaZZzy 
City and wiZZ KztuJun. with thz body tonight. 

HznAy Fauit wot, boAji in HUZzAviZZz, MW., and uoai 36 yzaxi o^ agz. A ijew yzjvu 
Zatzn. thz ^amiZy camz to Hankimon and hzjiz fie madz hii homz don a numbzA of, yzaA6 . 
ffe uUZZ be A-emcmbe/ied by many o^ oun. pzoplz, and nesM of hi& untimely death ij> Kzczivzd 
with gznzfiaZ ioM.ow. Hz was an indui>tfiioui, man, highZy z&tzemed. Hz hoi Kz&iAzd at 
HitZzfiviZlz ^OK thz pa&t (Jew yzafu> and it ii> pfiz&umzd wai znfioutz ioK that pZacz at thz 
timz 0)J thz accidznt, having bzzn working in thZi Atatz dufiZng thz ha/ivz&t and thAz&hing. 

Hz Zzavzi, iivz ii&tzu to mouAn hii dzath. . . .Wu> , JuZian Lee oi BeZ^oAd Towmhip, 
Mw. Uikz WiAtz 0^ itJaZdo, UAi. Joi. Rzttig and HL&.i EZizabzth Tauit both of this city, 
and Mw. HzAman ktiieAi oi AZexandAija, MW. 

A ^unzAoZ wiZZ be hzZd fAiday moAning iAjom St. VhiZip'6 ChuAch and intzAmznt wiZZ 
be madz in CaZvoAy CemetzAy. 

»•*,»»*«*» OctobzA 30, 1924 

GRIM REAPER CALLS 
UoAjOAiz Whitz Succumbs AitzA long JZZnz66. 
Vzath o{i High SchooZ GiJiZ ZAingi SoAAow to HzA SchooZmatz& . . . 

Thz dzath ol UaAjoAiz bJhitz, which occuAAzd at thz EAZckznAidgz Ho6pitaZ on Uonday, 
Oct, nth, at 12:30 PM, come ai, no 6uApAii,z to ouA community, yzt pAc^ound ioAAow wa& 
zxpAZi^>zd on zvzAy hand at thz pairing c^ thi£ young gitZ j'u&t budding into womanhood, 
ToA nzanZy a yzoA 4fie hoi bzzn undzA mzdicaZ coAZ, and zvejiything poaibZz wai, donz to 
pAoZong hzA Zifz, but to no avail. HzA illnzii Az&uitzd ^Aom an injafiy to hzA fenee whzn 
&hz ieJUi down thz ichooZ hou&z 4>tzpi a coupZz o^ yzaA& ago, 6tAiking thz Zzft knzzcap 
on an iAon ^oot icAapzA, Samanco o^ thz bonz ^oZZowzd, gAaduaZZy iapping hex vitaZZty 
untiZ death zniuzd. Shz woi undzn. tAzatmznt at Ho6pitaZ& in Bi6maAck, HinnzapoZii , 
Rochz&teA and BAzckentidgz ioA long pzAiodi but ZittZz couZd be donz to 6top thz ipAzad 
ol thz injiiAy. 

MaAj'oAiz wai, boAn at FZaxton, W., on Jan. 29th, 190S, and was thzAz{,oAZ 16 yzau 
0|J agz at thz timz oi hzA dzath, Shz wa& thz daughtzA o£ Ua. and Wu>, M. M. Wkltz o^ 
thii city and bziidzi thz itAJ.ckzn paAznti> ii iuAvivzd by onz ii&tzA, UaAveZ, and tuo 
bAothzAt, Jziinjy and John. Shz woi an exczptionaZ gijd. in many Az&pzcti, po6.&&l,^ing a 
choAm o{i mannzA that zndzaAzd hzA to aZZ within thz ciAcZz o{, hzA acquaintancz. Shz wai 
aitudznt in thz High SchooZ hzAz, cZa!>6 o^ 7925, untiZ {^oAczd to givz up hzA woAk by 



ZtZnU-i and onz oi thz toachuig itatuAzi) o^ tfiz weefe haa fceen tht gzmu.m &0KK0W tlicut 
pfLVJCuZzd among htfi dbx^&maJLZM In tkz high idioot. The. 6chooZ ilag hung at haZ£ ma/,t 
Tu.(Li,datj duAZng tht houJU> 0($ thz {^uneAoZ 6zn.\jlciM which wejiz hzZd aJi ihz old ^ajnCty homz 
^ VaJjmownt. Th.z 4eAv-cce4 ivzAz condacXzd at tkt Catholic Chafich tn that vllZagz with 
Reu. Fa.. UcVonaZ-d Zn choAgt, and wfiz attesidzd by a Jbvige. mmbeA o£ £airUZy ^fU.znd6, 

Thz paiZhzoAeA^ wzAZ c&a&4>matzs inom thz Hanktmon H^h School: HUton Cox, EduoAd 
GAanztl, HoAAy VKZagzA, Hilz& Lza., Kzfunlt OtLvzA. and Raymond Hol&t. 

Hanfumon £fu.zyid& jo-Ln in zxtznding dzzpz&t iympathy to thz iofOiowlng family Zn 
thzAJi QKzat bzAzmizmznt. + + + + + + + + + + 

Thz following tAZbatz Zt> Kzpfujntzd ^A.om Thz CfUtzfu.on, thz High School papzfn 

"Hz GZvzth Ham EeZovzd Slzzp" 

Taziday mofinZng we payzd thz Ixat zafithly tnlbatz to ouA. cZai>6 matz and ^fUznd, 
UaAJonJ.z WhLtz. K^tzK tzn montkii o^ con&tant pain, God gfiantzd thaJt i,hz might comz 
Homz, and ihz wtnt to llzzp. 

Thnu alt thz yzau o^ school 6hz ha/, captaZnzd a&; bzzn ouA. lzadz>i In woKk and In 
£an, ki> fKziihmzn &hz woe, ouA VAZildznt, a6 SophmoAzi ouJi Vzll Lzadzt and as JanlofU, 
OUA Vlcz-?AZ6ldznt; ^Aom hzA &Zck bzd 6hz hzlpzd to dlfizct ouA JunioK ?Kom and ^uAnl&hzd 
many o^ thz plane,, and a& SznlofU hzA In^luzncz and ^pZnlt ha£ zvzA bzzn with oi. NzvzA 
oncz thAu all hzA ^u^^znlng did hzA znthu&loim wanz, 

EzcatJLiz ihz lovzd ll^z It wai> hand {oA hzA to glvz It up and bzcau&z we lovzd hzA 
It wa6 hoAd ^OA 06 to glvz hzA up. But 6hz h/u, glvzn U6 iomzthlng to coAAy thnu. ll^z. . . 
couAagz to iacz whatzvzA comzi with a imlZz. Thz memoAy 0^ hzA, thz bAovz, happy, 
Smiling UaAjOAlz we 'knew, we wltZ cojuuj with u4 aJb^ayi and &lncz to kzzp hzA hzAZ with 
us mzjont only pain It wa& bz&t that God 6aw {^It to ijA.ee hzA by giving "Hid Bzlovzd Slzzp" 

Thz SznloAj,. 

HANKWSOM hIEWS »«»»»««,»« Octobzn 30, 1924 

FATAL ACCIPEWT 
fAAi. G. J. GAl^^ln, EnAoatz To Hankln&on Klllzd, ... 
WAS WIFE OF TRAl/ELIWG MAM WELL KNOWN HERE 

Hai,. G. J. GAl^^ln, wl^z o£ MaA&hall Tlztd'i tAavztlng iolz&man, wa&. aJbno.it Initant- 
ly klllzd whzn thz Bulck cox In which tiiz couplz we^e dAlvlng ovzAtuAnzd onz and onz haZ£ 
mlZzi, noAth o^ Vwlght at 10:50 AM Tuz6day. Ma. GAl^ln wai znAoutz to HanizlniiOn to />zz 
hu local ciiitomzu and was accompanlzd by hl& wl^z. Thz accldznt happznzd whzn thz 
acczlzAotoA ituck OS thz Cjoa appAoachzd a Autty placz In thz Aoad. Thz coA was tAjavzting 
at a ipzzd o^ only 25 mc£es an houA at thz tlmz. Ha. GAl^{^ln was unhuAt. 

(.'Ai. GAlfi^ln, wfi04e huAti, Included a 4eueAe InjuAy to hzA back, was Aomovzd to a 
{^oAm hoa&z nzoA by and a doctoA wai Aummonzd ^Aom Wahpzton, Thz unioAtanatz woman dlzd 
bz^oAz thz doctoA oAAlvzd, howzvzA. 

Mai,. GAl^ln, wa& moAAlzd a yzoA. ago la&t Junz, hzA ioAmzA homz having bzzn at 
OkZahoma City, OK. Ma. GAlf^^ln ha& AzpAz&zntzd MaAihaZl Field In thl6 tzAAitoAy ^oA a 

nimbzA 0(J yejxAM, with hzadqaaAtzAi at FaAQO.o-nd ll, well known In Hankln&on. 

NovzmbeA 6, 1924 



l^'JUt . Jamu P. P. TuZiock ^ece^ued a cablzgnam ^Kom EdlnbuAg, ScotJbxnd, annoancZng 
tkz dzath OjJ heA ^aXheA, M^. PcuUzAion died 4>adde.nly bat no ^uAtheA deXcUZl, WZAZ gZvtn. 

J. A. Mo-tci KeXuAnzd Scutaxday zvznlng {^fiom Si. Ctouifit, MI.', wheAe. he. woA caZttd a. 
wzeJi ago by thz ianlouui ZlZne^6 0)5 hU bfioikzA-Jbi-taia. He pca^zd auiay i,hoftXZij a^teA 
(•Vl. Hoti& ofouvtd. 
HANKWSOM NEtUS ********* * MovombeA 6, 1924 

VEATH OF m, WTPPERMAW 

A mziiage. wcu Aecexued fieAe hionday announcing thz dtaih oi W.iZLiam WZppznman, bfio- 
thsA 0^ Max and HtnAy WZppeAman oi thl6 city, at kit, homz Zn Chltton, WI. t?eceix6ed wa& 
abouut 70 yzani) o^ agz and had bzzn a />uiizn.zx iAom hzafut tfwubtz ioK thz pa&t fyoo yzoJU, . 

Hz Zi &uAvZvzd by a locije and ^ouA ckildAzn. . . .thfizz &onl> and onz daughtzn.. Hl6 aj> 
thz Azcond dzath Zn a iairUMj o^ tzn, &zvzn ioni, and tlnAzz daughtzu. Thz oZdzit o^ thz 
tzn, ktbzAt iJZppzAman, dJizd about thfizz yzau ago. 

Hznty W^pznman Zz^t Monday night ioi CkUiton to attznd thz ianzAaZ which wai> hztd 
Wzdnz&day. 
HMJKINSON NEWS ********** UovmbzA 13, 1924 

PEATH OF A yOiim GIRL 
TtoAzncz GtandzA Victim o^ Appzndicltll, 
PASSEV AWAY AT HOSPITAL IW BRECKENRWGE FOLLObJWG OPERATION. 

TloKzncz, 73 yzoA old daughtzn. o^ hUi. and Mfii. John GZandzn. o^ tkii city, deed at. 
thz EAZckznAidgz Ho-ipltat Friday moKning, Nov. 14th, at 3 AM, ^oZZowZng an opzKation 
ioK acjitz appzndlcJJJj, . Shz uiai 4>tAA.ckzn thz pn.zvlou& Sunday and thz appzndix uiai fuip- 
tuAzd bzfiOfiZ an opvuitlon cjouJid be pzA^onmzd. 

Vzczaizd woi bon.n at HanklnAon May 17, 1911, and Zlvzd hzfiz aZZ hzn Zl^z. Shz woi 
an zighth gfwdz 6tudznt Zn thz pubtic Achool6 and bzlovzd by att who knzu) hzn. Shz -c6 
iuAvlvzd by thz paAznt&, ^ouA bfwthznj, and tsjoo Ali,tzKi> . . . .Wm . o^ Sauk Cznt/iz, MM., Otto 
oi En.zckzn/U.dgz, HaAAy and HzAbznt at homz, M-w. Aagait UagnzA oi Wahpzton and MA4. M. 
UdDorwiZd oi St. CZoud. ALL membzfU> oi thz iamily wzAz pfiz&znt at thz iimzAoZ. which, wait 
hztd Sunday at thz EvangztlcaZ ChuAch with Pzv. ObzAdoz&tzA In choAgz oi thz iZAvlcu . 
Intznmznt wai, mode In ImmanueZ CzmztzKy . 

Thz paZlbzoAZU wzAZ Raymond and Afinold Wzndt, Otto GAohnkz, HoKAy Pozdzt, Edwin 
and imiltiz Stack. Ethzl Knaak, EAna. and Alifizda HaAtlzbzn, Anna Wz&tphal, Etizabzth 
Buckhoa6z and MoAtha Fait, alt ctoiimatzs oi thz Gznman School coAAizd thz itotuxt 
oiizftingi. 

Thz mejvbzu oi thz iamlly havz thz sympathy oi all In thzlA 4>ad bzfLzavzmznt. 

HANKINSON NEWS ********** Novzmbzn. 10, 1924 



THE VEAVLY 11 

Che^tzA Ra.^{,eAXy, 15 yzxvi old 6on o{t Ma., and M-w. ^UJLLam Ra^^eAXy oi EndeALLn, 
ac(u.dzntaZty ihot and \uJUizd lujn&eZ£ ui-ith a 11 caLiban. filitz aX. about 4 PM loit Sandauj. 

Thz boy, vxith iouJi oikexi, bttuiztn ihe. agti o^ T4 to 16, vna& hunting njxbbZti, about 
thAze. mitu nontk 0(J EndeJitin, jait acA066 thz Ca&A County tinz. 

Chz6tzfL had boKHowzd thz fitilz {^Kom onz o^ thz oldzn. boy& and wai, looktng down thz 
bafUieZ to 6zz t^ Zt wai cZzan, not knoMcng that tt wai, toadzd. It was accldzntaZZy dli,- 
dnajiQzd, thz buZZzt zntzAtng thz tz{,t zyz and todgZng In thz bfuitn. Thz tad tixjzd about 
IS niLnutz6 but did not fizjgatn cone,(UjOU&nz&.6. 

He Zzavzi hJj, panzntd; a bKothzn., loMfizncz, aged 4; and a &Li>tzA, EthzZ, agzd 11. 

VEATH OF J. 5. POWER 

J. B. Vowzn., uiAjizty known ovzt thz itatz and onz o{, ZichZand County'6 tzadtng 
cttizzni, di.zd In a Tafiga HoipitaZ. on Wzdnz&day o^ la&t weefe £olZou)Zng an opzfavtion, 
Vzzza&zd ujoi 53 yzoMj, oZd, pKopfu-Zton. 0)5 tkz uiidzZy known HztzndaZz Stock Tanm Zn tkz 
towni,hA.p 0^ that name, and Z& lujvjhjzd by thz taldow and thJizz cSuZdAzn. 

Ua. Vowzfi Mali pfiomtnznt Zn patLttcat ti^z and was onz oi thz {ZA&t iuppontznA o^ 
Calvtn Cootidgz ion. VfiZiZdznt o^ thz Unltzd Statz& , Hz uAgzd Hofith Dakota dzZzgatzi in 
thz NatlonaZ Convzntion o^ 1910 to iuppont Cootidgz iofi hzad oi thz ticket. Hz wai a 
candidate, {^ol dztzgatz to thz RzpubLican UattonaZ Convzntion at thz pfumanij ztzction 
in Junz. 

In a tztzgfum o^ sympathy to thz Powe/t, ^amiZy, VAZiidznt Cootidgz &atd: "?tza6z 
acczpt my iinczfiz sympathy in thz 60fLfww whtch hoi comz to you. I hzJid Ha. Vowza in high 
z&tzem a& a man and a ^fiiznd." 

Ma. Vowzn. wai, onz o^ thz big mzn 0(J thz Statz o^ UoAth Dakota, having bzzn {^oK a 
nimbzA oi yzafUt a mzmbzA o^ thz EooAd of, Rzgznti . Hz wa& aZ6o con&idzAzd ^oA appoint- 
ment to thz position oi thz hzad o^ thz Hinnzapotii TzdenaZ Rz&eAvz Bank following thz 
death oi John Zich. 

Ma. Vowza' I ^atheA was Land Coimiaionzn. ion. thz HoithzAn Pact^ic Railway, and it 
wai white in that capacity that hz iztzctzd thz ianm Zandi known as HzZzndaZz Stock Fanm 
and upon which J. A. PoweA madz hti homz iincz coming to thz itatz, and which hz ha& 
opzAotzd iincz thz death oi hii iatheA. Thz zZdzA VowzA was at onz time PAZiidznt oi thz 
NoAth Dakota kgntcuZtuAoZ Coilzgz. 

«»»,,»»««, DzcembeA 4, 1914 

Maj,. Jakz GZoinzA was caZZed to St. Pout thz ZatteA pant oi Zait week by thz 
iZAioui i/Znz&6 oi heA mothzA, M/ls. Basi, but death came bz^oAz ihz Azachzd hzA motheA'i 
bzd&idz. DztaiZi ojj hzn. dzxith aAZ Zacking. Ma. GZa&nzn. and ion Roy Zzit Monday ioA St. 
PauZ by auto to be pAZiznt at thz ianzAoZ. 

«,»»»»«»«» DzcejnbzA 4, 1924 



H. BLAVOW CALLEV 

lilzti Known ?lone.zn. knt>weji& TZrwUL Simmom> . . . 

l/TCHM OF CAWCER AW IS SURVIVEV BY A LARGE FAhilLV 

HeAman Bladow, a. KUldznt of^ iivU^ n^ghboKhood ^ofi 29 yzafUi, dlzd cut hli home. In 
WaZdo ToiA)nilu.p on Uondcuf, Pec. 15th, ^Kom canczA wtvicJi hz had bznn a. iu^(,eAeM. ^on. many 
month&. 

Vzcza^zd u]ai> boKn In Stzttin, PommzAxinZa, Gzfmanjj, Fefc. IZfid, 1850, hJj, poAznti 
bzAMQ ZahofizAJi. ThzfiZ hz ipznt hl& boyhood and woi coniifunzd -en thz LaihzAan Chafick 
o{^ which hz Kzmalnzd a ti^z-tong membzn.. At thz age o£ 14^ yzau hz wznt to iza. and 
mzt uuXh many advzntwizi and znduAzd many handihlp.!) on thz Attantic Ocean and thz Battle 
and lAzdltzMjanian Szxi&. Onz voyagz la&tzd two yzafu,. Hz bzcamz a ^uZZ-^lzdgzd 6zaman 
and come to Amz/Uza ai a &aiJiofi in Janz o^ 1869, 

Hz Atoppzd iifi&t at Chicago and madz izvzAoZ tAA.pl, on Lakz Hichigan. Hz tivzd 
thzAz ^ouA. yzoAi and in 1872 wai, moAfUzd to Hia WiZhzlmina Bztz. Of^ thl& anion 4euen 
chiZdKzn WZH.Z bofin, {^ivz of, whom 6uAvivt.. ..Hu. Etiiz \Jan Haizn, Ebioy, WI., WilLam, 
iiOatJuozit 0)5 Hanki-nion; Gii&tavz, nzafi ClaiAz City, SV.; Ffizd in Winnipzg, Canada; Maj>, 
Eva UiZZzfi in VancouvzA, BC. 

In 1873 thz family fimovzd to EVioy. WT., whzAz thz hza.d o^ thz hoa&z wonkzd iofi 
many yzau in thz &hop& o^ thz NoAtkoz&tz/Ln Railway. Hij> wi^z dizd in 1889 and hz 
A-zmoAAizd thz 6amz yzaJi to Mi44 EmiJiiz lzij>t oi EtfLoy, Elzvzn duJidKzn wzAz bonn. oi 
thz iizcond mafuuiagz, tzn o^ whom oJiz tiving . . . ,(AaJi , Emma BzAndt, Radi&on, Sa&k,; HoAAy 
o^Tzny, WJ.; Uu. LiZla Oltby, So. St. VojuZ) ■ Ufik. UanMia BoZdt, Hankin&on; Edwin, 
Hankin6on; Alw. E&thzn. K.ue}iZ,HanlUn&on; Ww. CZaJia McMoaaow, So. St. Paul; LydiR, Rudolph, 
Mzi,nhaAdt, all itill at homz, 

Thz family locatzd in Richland County in 1895, 6zttling {^iut on a {,anm iouthioz&t 
o£ thiii ciXy. fi^tzzn yzau ago thzy movzd to thz pla.cz thzy now occupy in Waldo Town 
i)kip, juit zait 0^ Lightning'6 hlz&t. Vzczoizd wai, wzlt known and had many ^nlzndl, 
among thz pionzzu o^ tkci izction. 

Bziidu thz abovz mzntionzd chitdAzn dzczaizd i& Aun.vi\izd by thz wi^z, 47 gfiand- 
duZdJizn, 2 gKzat-gfijandchildJizn; two bKothzu, ChoAlzi, oi Szattlzi WA., and GzoKgz o^ 
HanJtimon, thtzz ii&tzu, Uu. Zizbzll o^ NzbKoika, hiu. CoaI Stack o^ Hankimon, UfU,. 
HLnni.z Uzyzfi o^ Hofu.con, WJ. 

TunzAal iztviczi an.z bzA.ng hzld tkis, iThwuday) a^tzAnoon at thz Lathzfian ChuAch 
with Rzv. J. P. KlavJilzfi in choKgz, and thz Azmaini will bz ikippzd to ElAoy, WT. whzxz 
buAial wili takz placz Satixfiday. 
HAUKlliSOH MEilS ********** Vzcmbzn. 18, 1924 

Wond wai> fizcZAMzd hzfiz Taz&day o^ thz dzath o^ Rev. fathzn. E. Buhic, who ^OA many 
yzoAi wa& pa&toK o^ thz Catholic ChuAch at Half^, W. fatJiZA Bubic dizd at a Ho&piXaJi 

in BiMmoAck Monday zvzning and ^anznal 6ZAviczi wzAZ hzld today [ThuAiday] . 

ilitant to Rev, Jo6. F. Sta.dni.cka in Hankimon ^OA 6ZvzAal yzaAi and hoi a 

ho.it o£ ^Aizndi who oAZ gAizvzd to hzoA oiJ hil, dzath. 

********** VzczmbzA 18, 1924 



MRS. E. J. COPPTW PEAP 
WeM Known VlonzoA Vzad A£teA ShonX IlZnzi6 
FJOhlEER OF miGHWOOV TOUNSHJ? ANV BELOVEV BV ALL... 

The. AnQzZ o{^ VzaXk v^Ztzd om oi the. p^onzeA homu 0(J EfvLghXwood Town&hyip on 
bJednz&dcLy, Ve.c. 24, taJUng to hzn. hzavznly Kewojid Ufii>. E. J. Coppln. Tkd dzaXh oi tkii, 

womoin WCL6 a gA-zat 4fiocfe to ^coA.z& o^ {^fu-zndi, thA.oughout thz communAMf cu, Zt 

UXL6 known to onZy a ){ew that hex condition was even &eAZoa6. Shz had been iZZ ioK mcuiLf 
two weefei but the. tnd wcu> unexpected to wiXhLn a vexy &hoKt timz o^ hzA. dzath. She. wait 
takejfi JULt -en Oiz ejmZij mofinlng o^ Pec. 12th wZth me.nZngkitZ6 and aZZ that Zovlng hand& 
couJtd do woA donz, but ifie 6ank into the. ^Znat Kej,t at 5:30 VH o^ the a^teAnoon be^oA-e 
ChJLUtinai , luMjounded bg hex Zoved one/,. PfizvZoul, to hex ^inaZ X/Zne£& M/u. Coppin had 
enjoyed the be&t o^ hejolXh, and hex taking o^^ wa& thu6 atZ the mofie o^ a 6hock to the 
many £fu.end6 0)J the (^amiZy, Ai wa& hex natuxe, 6he wa& ba&y planning ^OK hex loved one/, 
up to the moment o^ hex iiruxl illnz&&, and had alxeady pfiepafied gi(it& ^OK the Chni6t}nai 
holidays, . 

Uixiam Wool&on wa& boKn cut Kzi&ex Row,' England, Jan. 3fid, H72. Thexe. ihe gKew to 
womanhood, coming to this, &tate in 18S9, stopping ^iX6t at WahpeXon, whexe ^fie Kej>ided 
at the time o^ mohxiage to E. J. Coppin on Nov. 13th, 1890. Since 1892, oK ^ox a pexJjod 
0^ 32 yeaxi the family have fie^ided on the. iaxm thxee mile^ we^t o^ Hankin&on in Exight- 
wood Town&hip. 

five ckildxen &uxvive the devoted mothex.. ..hOu,. Je^&ie MaeJttex, Be^iJoAd Town&hZp; 
F. E. Coppin, BAyLghtwood Town&hip; EanJL J.; Vexn B., and Cleve W. at home. Thexe axe 
aHo &even gKanddiuXdxen. five, bfiothexi and 6ij>texi, aZio iuxvive hex. ..Joseph, John 
and Earn Wooliton, Sanah Wahn<:JUght and Ufn,. Lamb, aZl ojj London, England. 

Vecejued wa6 a devout membex o{, the Congxegationat Chuxch and made hex Chxl&tianity 
a paxt oi hex daiZy li^e. Be^idej, hex chuxcA aaiLiation& , ihe wa6 a membex OjJ the Royal 
hleA.ghboxii and o^ the Voemen, taking a deep intexeJ>t in the^e ixatexnal oxganizatioLni , 
She woi xemaxkably well inioxmed and dij,cuMion& o^ a^iaixi o^ the tme£ wexe intexe^t- 
ing and in&txuctive. She woi devoted to hex family and the itxicken hu&band and chiZd- 
xen have the. deepe&t sympathy o^ theix neighboxi and ijA-cendi in theix gxeat loiA. 

The. iunexaZ wai, held on Satuxday, Pec. 21th, at the home, wiXh Rev. C. Caxx in 
chaxge. o{t the 6exvie6. Vallbeaxexi, wexe Wm. Knaak, J. J. Jonei, A. C. Pettex&on, W, J. 
Chapin, H, A. Mexxif^eZd and R. H. Nelion. Hany ^loxal txibutti ^xom iohxowing ^xiendi 
wexe a mute txibute to the e&teem in which 6he wai univex6atiy held. Intexment was in 
HilZ&idz Cemetexy. 
HANKINSON MEWS ********** Januaxy 1, 1925 



E. L. FLTSRAM VEAV 

WoA.d woi A.zczivtd hiAe. today by Wm. H. UcGfvxy oi thz dzcuth o{, E. L. TtUKam 
cut Hzndota, WI., on Pec. 2Sth. Vzazcuzd mcu, weZt knou)n heAz, having KU-ided on whaut 
Li known cU) tJn.z. UcGfuuj ianm, 2 rrUZz& exut o£ town, ^oK itvojuxZ yzoAi. Ouxing to ^aUZ- 
AjiQ hzaZth, fie Zz^t tkz ^afm a yeoA ago and hai, made. hU homz mjtk ha> daaqhtzK at 
Uzndota iiZnct. He halt 6een m^^f^tnJjxg ^Aom cAzzpA.ng pajioZifi,^ {^OK 6omz -time and the. 
znd wai not anzxpzcte.d. 

No poAJticuloAi oAe known htfiz bzyond tin.z wofid oi fvcA dzath. He li 6an.\)Zvzd by 
two 6om, and onz daiiqktzA., bziZdzi thz wZdow. Onz 6on, E. — -tz^t hztz onty a ^eui 
weefei ago, pfujofi to which hz had bzzn woAklng thz UcGkoij lafm. 
HANKJNSON MEWS »»«««««««« Januafiy I, 1925 

Thz ^n^ant daughtzn. o^ Wi. and Ww . JamZ6 FaZZzn o^ EJbna, poi&zd away Wzdnz&day 
mofufung, Pec. Itth. Fanzfiat ^ZA.v^cz6 wzxz hztd in thz af^tzfuvoon o^ thz lamz day at 
St. PhyLtip'.l> ChuAch. IntzAmznt wa6 madz In CaZvoAy Czmztzfiy. 

»«»•»»*»»« JanmAy I, 1925 

PEATH OF FORMER RESIPEWT 

Vlonzznj, oi tki& vicUniXy wlti ZzoAn with fizgfieX. oi thz dzath oi thz youngz&t 
daughtzn. oi Ma. and M^. A. I. WalkzA, zoAZy izttlzAS hzAZ, who havz AZ&Zdzd in NoAth- 
wzit Canada ioA thz pa6t 10 yzofu . Thz WalkzA ianUy ionmzAiy AZiidzd on thz placz 
now occupZzd by ZzAt UooAZ and aZio ownzd thz BoZt and HztL PzttzA&on ioAmi at onz timz. 

Thz daughtzA azcompanizd hzA poAznti whzn thzy 6zttZzd in AZbznta and ihoAtZy bz- 

ioAz woA wa6 dzcZaAzd,wai moAAizd to Captain f^oankham oi Company T, Canadian TAoopi . 

SRz accompanizd him to London, England, at thz oivtbAzak oi thz wax, Amaining in London 

ioA a yzoA and a haZi. Captain Moankham wai killzd in FAancz, and thz widow AztuAnzd 

to thz Unitzd Statzi, settling on thz Paclii zoa&t. Shz wai takzn ill about thAZZ 

monthi ago and wai Amoved to thz homz oi hzA poAznti at LacLaBzachz, MbzAta, wheAz 

ihz di.zd on Pec. 14th. No ioAthixA paAti.culaAi oaz known hzAz. 

********** 

PEATH OF MRS. E. H. MWRA 

HAi. E. H.MyhAa, wliz oi PoitmoiteA E. H. UyhAa oi tjJahpzton, paiizd away at thz 
iamily homz on NoKth 7th St., Monday moAning about 7 AM, hzoAt tAoablz being thz cauiz 
oi dzath. 

Shz had bzzn aHlictzd with thZi ailment ioA izvznaZ yeoAi, and ioA thz pait iew 
dayi had bzzn iuHeAing iAom a izvzAe attack iAom which thz moit gnavz Azialti wzAz izoAzd. 

Tanznal izAviczi wzAz hzld Wzdnziday aitzAnoon at thz HethodiJit ChuAch, with Rev. 
W. L. Bennett dztivzAing thz iunznat iznmon. 

Maa. UyhAa wai a mzmbzA oi thz EaitzA StaA oAdzA, and mzmbzAi oi that oAganization 
aiiiMtzd by membzAi oi thz Masonic oAdzAi, wzAz in cfiaA.ge oi iunZAol oAAangzmznti . 

UfU. MyhAa ii iuAvivzd by hzA huiband and two childAzn. . .HoAold oi Wahpeton and 
fUii Lacilz, who li tzachtng in thz High Schooli at Chaika, MM. Hiii UyhAa wai notiiizd 

oi hzA motheA'i condition SatuAday and oAAivzd home Sunday moAning WaJipzton Globz 

HANKJNSON NEWS ********** JanuoAy ?5, 1925 



FORMER RESIDENT VEAV 

Wond wa& Azczlve.d hzAt ihii, weefe o{, the dzaXh on Nov. 2&ik, at SagZmw, Ml., 0($ 
Hu. A. GfLdbouUikl, Mtc({e o^ a ^oftmeM. pa&toA o£ the. locaZ Tmrnanue^ EvangzZlcaZ ChuAch. 
Rev. Gno-boiMlU uxu itcutcomd hzfiz loft ^zveAoZ ytofu and thz ^ainLty woi highly thought 
o£, MKi . GfLaboui&fU bzAMQ veM] popuZoA. uilth the. membeAi o^ thz-congAtgaXZon. 

She had been an Znvatid Ion. levzfuxZ. yeau and the end woa not unexpected. The hu4>- 
band -ci now pa&tQii o^ a laxge duuvdh at SagZmw and the 4 even chltdfien axe att employed 
Zn that poAt o{^ the country . 
HANKINSON WEWS ********** JanuaAy 11, 1925 

Mw. The/ieia HzAdLing 0(J GfieendaZe KeeeJ-ved a mei&Ojge Tue&day announcing the iad 
new6 0^ the dejitk oi hen. iiJ>ten., Un^. Rennen, at AlexandnJjL, UN., the pnevioui day, 
Vecejued -c4 luMived by the itnA.cken ha&band and a tange family o^ duZdnen. Maa. 
HenxUng i6 in poon. health and unable to attend the iunenaZ which wiZZ be held at 
Klexa.ndnJja Fniday. 

********** JanuoAy 22, 7925 

Mw. J. J, Jones Ketunned home Monday e\jeju,ng inom Good ThundeA, UN., whexe ihe 
woi caZZed about two week^ ago by the cniticaZ. condition 0|{ hen. mothen., M^ . Tnank Haai, . 
WtA. Haai) had been an invalid ^on. the pa&t nine on. ten yean.& due to an inj'uny oi the hip 
which Keitutted inom a ^aZl. She died ihontZy a^ten. Mta. Jonea oAAived thene. 

********** Jamuviy 22, 7925 

V I £V 

Ham Veten6on, bnothen. o^ Unj,. Chat. Van HiJlZi),and inventon o^ the tinognjiph type 
J>e;tting machine, died at hc6 home in Vavenpont, TA., on Vec. 25th, 1924, age 53 ye/vu. 

VeczoMed wai, a native o^ VenmoAk and came to thJji countny with hZl> panenti when 
ten yeaJid o^ age. He homeiteaded what i6 now known ai, the old Knadion ^anm, ^ive miZei 
nonXhweit o^ Victon and it wai> at thiA place that he neatly invented the gneat tinognaph 
machine, the manuiactane o^ which he hoi been active in up to the time ojj hii death, and 
which hoi now gnown to be a tJiemendoui, inda&tny. He wai welZ known to aZZ the old tunem 
in thi/i pant 0(J Zichland County and veny highly n.e&pected by alZ who knew him. He had 
paid Aegutan. viiiti hene up to a. ^ew yeaA& ago when he came to /tee hit, iiiten and ^amiZy, 
Un/,. Ckai, .. Van flilti, a wetl known lady nonth o^ Voi,holt. 

He leaver a wi^e, ^athen and mothen, tknee chiZdneni a 6on and tuio daughteAi,, tuo 
bnothenz and tuio 6i&teA£ . 

HZ& invention o^ the Zinognaph wai, one outstanding invention ojj the age and the 
thousands o^ these machines now in use wiZZ keep the memony o£ a gneat man ^nesh in the 
minds oi aZZ using and beneiited by them. 

********** JanaoAy 29, 7925 



VEAV AT TEMPER AGE 

Otto, 7 3 yexLK old ion oi$ M^, and hOu. AnXhuA fCtuegeA, dlzd at the. iamlZjj homz 11 
nUZeJ> iouth. o£ LidQtmood, on thz 6tatz tint, zanJbj Wedntiday o^ a compZlcatZon 0|J 
oLUnznti. The. tittZz. {^zttoM wa& takzn <ZJi about eA^ht month& ago and atthoagh e.veAy- 
thlng poi>i>lbtz uxu, donz to fiaJLitve. kii iu^^zAlngA , ht gfiaduaJUbj ^OAJLzd antit dzath tnd- 
zd thii, iu^{iZfu.ng6 , 

Thz lad' A motkzn., a daaghtzn. o£ Mk. and f^. Aguu6t Hoz^, dlzd wfUlz hz wa6 a 
imaUL cJfuZd bat hii itzp-mothzfi, Mw . Enfee^, wa& a 6plzndid motkex and thz attachmznt 
bztMZZn thz tuio um vzAy 6t/iong. Otto was an zxzzptionaZly good boy and a ^avonJXz uuth 
all uho fenew kirn, 

Bz&A.dz6 thz pafLZnt6 hz Z& &afLvZvzd by onz bfiothzn., onz i-Utzn. and onz haZ^-bfiothzn.. 
Thz ianznjol uxiZl bz hzld Satu/uiay uuMi izuvZczi at thz homz at 11 AM and at thz JmmanaeZ 
Ev. ChuAch in thi& cuty at 1:30 PM, Rev. C. Obzndozitzt mIZ bz Zn choAgz ojj 4>znvZzzi. 

HANKJNSON NEWS ********** FzbAuoAy 5, 7925 

PEATW OF BABY HOFFMAW 

Donald Vzyon, baby ion o^ Ma., and Wii. H. C. Hoft^man, deed at thz LidgzAwood 
Ho&p-itaZ F/Uday, Feb. 6th, at 5:20 AM, a^tzt a tLngzuZng iZlnz&i . HZ6 condition be- 
came cnJJxaxl. a vozzk bz^oftz and hz was takzn to thz hoipltal accompanizd by thz paKzntl> 
and iZitzn., Miii Mabzl Ho^^man. AJU. that loving handi could do iailzd to itay thz 
dzctinz 0(5 thz tittlz onz. 

VorwJLd Vzyon Ho^^man wa6 boAn Aug. 27th, 1924, and wa& 5 monthi, and 10 dayi old, 
Tfiz sympathy o^ alZ gozi, oat to bhz bzfizavzd ^amiZy in thzin. loa. 

Thz {^unzfiaZ wad hzZd Sunday a^tzAnoon at thz Jtmanazl Ev. ChuAch voijtk Reu. C. Obzfi- 
doz&tZA in choAgz. 

HAWKIWSON NEWS ********** VzbfmoAy 12, 7925 

CHILD MENINGITIS VICTJU 
-, VzAnon ThizZ, 3 yzoA old ion o^ Ma. and MAi. blilZJjm Thizl, oi MantadoA, deed 
la&t ThuAiday at St. TAancZi HoipitaZ of, czAzbAo ipinaZ mzningitii. Me woi itAZckzn 
at hZi, homz thz {,i>iit of thz Mzzk. Thz caiz Zi thz fiut to bz KzpoAtzd in thZi vZc- 
inZty thZi uiintzA. PAivatz funzruxZ iZAvZczi wzAZ hzZd at 10 AM TfUday at MantadoA. 

Sympathy Zm gznz>iaZ and iZnczfiz foA thz bzn.zavzd poAznti. 

********** 

INFANT DIES OF PNEUMONIA 

Raymond, tioo monthi old ion of Ma. and hiAi. AZbzAt GAob of thz GAzat Bznd vZcZnZty 
paiizd away at thz St. FAancZi HoipZtaZ Zn Bn.zckznAldgz Tuziday. Thz baby'i dzath wai 
due to pnzumonia. 

Hz woi takzn to thz hoipZtaZ on Monday. Funzfial izuvZczi wZll bz hzld fKom thz 
EvangzZZcaZ ChuAch, FfiZday, Feb. 20th, at 2 PM, Pzv. ObzAdozitzA offZcZatZng. 

HANKINSCN NEWS ********** FzbmoAy 79, 7925 



F. A. LWEHAN'S UOTHER 

UoAy EduiaAdzna, Qjidzi>t daixjgktzA o^ VanLtt and t^cuiy CoAco^tan, wa4 boAjfi at Ca&tte. 
Jitand, County Ktfuiy, InzLand, Ua;ich 11th, 1845, and cxune. to AmeA^ca with, hzfi paA.e.ntit 
A.n the. .ipAAJig o^ 1S4i. 

The. ^amiJty settled Zn Ithaca, NY., wheAZ thejj JU.ve.d Ion. tzn yzau. In 1^58 ^t^ey 
move.d to M-c&youfeee, WI., wlu.ch uia& at that tarn the. "Few. Out We£t," and woa Kexichzd by 
mzan6 0(J a "coveAzd uiagon." It woi Zn M.c£waufeee that ihz tateA met and moKfiLed ULchaeZ 
FAjancl& Linehan, on JuZy 16th, 1865, at the. cZo^z o^ thz CUvlZ WoA. 

Wet pan.znt6 again moved ^AMm HdwauJiZZ to Vnzicott, in 1869. HzAZ thzy 6pznt thz 
KemoAjndzn. oi theln. ZJbJZl> with thziA cKitdAzn, who 6ztttzd on nzafi-by iofuni and vilLigzi. 

UfU,. Lijizhan'6 dzath, which occxiAfizd Fefc. lit, 1925, at thz ^amiZy fiz&idzncz, 702 
South Main St. in RivzA TaiZti, WJ., motfei thz pa&iing o^ onz o^ oufi oZdz&t, bzit Zovzd 
and mat highZy fiZipzctzd citizzni and pionzzJU . 

Shz wai a good ChnZitixm motheA, a kind and bznzvoZznt nzighbox, and an honzit 
cttizzn. Shz cnzatzd about hzn aiwayi an atmo.&pheA.z oiJ chaniXy and 4,ympathy, which wai 
not onZjj ^eZt in thz homz citctzi, but wa& lu^^icizntZy ^oA-fizaching to emb^acz alZ 
tho6z wiXh whom ihz camz into contact. In hzn. Zoit houn. tnuJiif couZd it bz &aA,d, "WeZZ 
donz, thou good and {,aith^uZ iZAvant. Entzn thou into thz joy6 oi EteAnaZ Eti&i, ." 

Mn^. Linzhan ii tuJwivzd by ztzvzn chiZdnzn, t^o bnothznjt, a iLktzn., 27 gnand- 
duMxeyi and lix gnzat-gnjandchAJidAzn. Thz bnothzKi, an.z VanizZ Conconan o^ ULnnzapoZiA , 
and bl. P. Conconan oi ZLvzA Fatti . Thz Aiitzn, MAi. FiXzpat/Uck, oi Eli&wonth, WJ., ii> 
viiiting iji Spokanz, WA., io wa& unabZz to bz thzAZ, 

A(t4. Linzhan' A 6zvzn daughtzn.it and ioun. lom wznz in attzndancz at hzn. iunznaZ KitzM: 
J. Vanlel, Ed. R., John P., HeJULiz Hunkz, aU. oi Rivzn Tatte,) Moaxj Hady, Pinz City, MT., 
Han.gaA.zt McEwen, St. Paul; Hm,. Jno. Stzinman, MonticeJUio , WJ.; Anna J., SexuttZz, WA,; 
Lznonz and Agnz&, St. Paul; Pnank A. oi Hankin&on. 

Rzquizm High Ma66 , at St. EnA.gzt'6 ChuAch in RivzA PaZti, on Feb. 5th, wai 6ung 
by Janz HelZand CameAon oi St. PauZ, accompantzd by Hiii Abbiz UiZneA, alio oi ST. Paul. 
JnteAmznt wai, madz in thz Catholic CemztzAy at Pnzicott. 
HANKINSON NEWS ********** fe.bnuaAy 19, 1925 

BERWARP PIETZ PEAP 
Pionzzn. Pz&idznt Pa6i,zd Away Eanly Tkii Manning... 

(('AS OUE OF FIRST SETTLERS IW HANKJNSOM AW WJVELY KNOWN 

BzAnand Pzitz, onz oi thz vzAy zanZiz&t 6zttleA& in Hankin&on, dizd at 12:15 AM 
today, [ThuA&day] at thz homz oi hiM dajughteA, Mw . Kathnyn Gnzzn, 709 LauAzl Avznaz, 
t.linnejapoli.ii . 

Mn. Pzitz had bzzn in iaiZing hzatth ioK &omz timz pa&t and was ta.kzn to hlinnzapoZii 
a iew dayi ago in thz hope that iomz nelizi could bz iound ion hii phy&ical iXtk . NeiM 
oi hyis, dzath camz oi a dlitinct 6unpni.i>z at it wa& not th.ought hi6 condxtA.on was cnitical. 
Mnj). Piztz iJi expected to annivz with thz nzmaini, inom thz city on Sao tnain 107 



tonLghX. WkiZz no dz^lnitz ptam havz been made., iX lt> thougfU the. ^uneAoZ Mill be. 
heJid SatuAday moKyiing. 

Vzczcaed wcu, 80 yejxu old on Pec. 2Ut la&t and Zi 4uAu-cved by the. uxidow arid a 
ZaAgz numbeA o^ gnxiwn ckUidn.e.n, i>e.\)eJuxZ. oi whom ne^lde. in thl& (uXy. It li impoJi&i,bte 
to IZCUA.Z data {^ok an exte.ndzd obiXaoAy {^on thU l64,az, but we -hope, to havz it ion next 
weefe'4 new4. 

********** TebfrnoM! U, 1925 

MRS. JOHN MELLANV 
MA4, John UeZland, eojilij Ke^i.de.nt o^ the New E£{^ijigton neighbonhood, dA.ed laddznty 
on ThuAiday evening o^ la&t week Oti hexvit ^ailuAe. and a compticatlon o^ kidney tAoubZe. 
Vzcejx^ed wac 46 yzau oZd and was numSzAzd among thz mo6t hi.gRZy Az&pzctzd fLZ6i.denti, o^ 
that vicinity. Shz Is swiviMzd by thz stfUcJizn ha&band and six chUdAzn. 

Thz ianzfuxZ waa held Taz&day luitk szAvlczs at thz VahZ ChuAck noKtk oi VlctoK. 
HundAzds o{^ ^Aiznds and nzi^hboAS vozAZ pAzsznt to pay thelA ilnaZ tJuhatz to one who 
was univeAsally zstzemzd and thz ^ZoAot P)Ji{eA^ng4 LiteAalZy covzAzd thz casket. 
TnteAmznt was madz In thz Vaht ChuAch yoAd. 

********** TzbrmoAy U, 1925 

VR. TJLLJSCH'S FATHER VIES 
Va. Hznfiy TilZish Azczlvzd a mzssagz yzsteAday announcing thz death o(, kis agzd 
^athzA at thz iamily homz In (>iLnnejapoZi.s . Vzczaszd had bzzn an invalid ^OA a long timz 
and thz znd was not anexpzctzd, Hz Is iuAvZvzd by thz widow and a ZoAgz £amiZy 0){ gAown 
chiZdAzn. Va. TiZLCsch tz^t last night ^oA thz city. 

Thz Azmalns will 6e takzn to thz old homz at Walnut Gaovz, MN,, whzAz thz dzczaszd 
was a plonzzA szttlzA, and thz ^unzAol will fee hzld at that placz FAiday. 

********** FzbAuaAy 26, 1925 

BAB/ GROE 
Raymond, baby son o^ fVi. and ^^/Li . MbzAt GAob o^ thz GAzat Bend nzighboAhood dlzd 
at thz BAzckznAldgz Hospital on Wzd. Feb. ISth, o{, pneumonia a^tzA an illnzss o^ a {ew 
days. Thz little onz was 2 months and 10 days old and thz youngzst o{, a family o{i ^even 
dhiZdAzn. FuneAol seAvlczs wzAZ held at thz Immanuzt Ev. Chafich in tkcs cuXy FAiday 
a^tzAnoon, Reu. C. ObeAdozstzA In choAgz and intzAment was madz In thz Ev , CemzteAy. 

********** FzbAuoAy 26, 1925 

Thz in{,ant child oi hit. and Ma^ . AlbeAt UmbAlzt passed away h\dnday a{,tzAnoon. 
FanzAol szAviczs wzAZ held at thz Evangelical ChuAch Wzdnzsday af^teAnoon. Rev. B/ieou 
0(5 WyndmeAZ oxidating. We zxtznd oua sympathy to them in theJji bzAzavemznt. 

GAzat Eznd Column FzbAuoAy 26, 1925 



GRIM REAPER '4 TOLL 
TouA IsltlZ Kvwwn Ru-idzntA An&ueA fZnat Summoni 
BERNARD PETTI, WM. (sJESTPAHL, ELLA WITT AW STGUARP OSTBY PASS ON 



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It ^ thz iotzmn duty o^ tkz NEbJS thii weefe to Kzcoid thz pa&&Zng o£ loafi pA-omtfi 
Ji&6A.dznt6 0^ tkii) vZctruMf . . . .EeAnaAd VzJjtz, bfU.zl mnvvtion oi whoiz dzath wcu, madz -en 
ouA Idit ZiAaz; W^LUam Wzitpkat, BAtghtujood ToivnifUp ptonzeJi, who dizd ThuA^day nlgkt; 
Mci4 Ella Wttt, who succumb zd ffUday at thz family homz In BzZf^ofvd a^tzn. a long Zllnzi-i; 
and SZguA.d O&tby, wzll known young ^anrnzn. o^ GKzzndaJiz, who dlzd at thz EKzckznnA.dgz 
Ho&pZtal Sunday. 

WILLIAM WESTPHAL...,. 

()JZlhelm bJz^tphxLt wa& boA.n MoAcA 16, 1860, Zn GzAmany, whzAz hz gxeju to young man- 
hood, coming to AmeA-cca at thz agz oi IS. Hz locatzd {^lut -en W-c^con^-cn and a yzan. 
tatzu movzd to Hinnziota and af^tzx A-zmauuMg thzAZ {^ofi a yzafi bzcamz onz oi thz zoAly 
Vakotoj pZonzzAJ). Hz izttlzd on thz homz6tzad a tnllz noxth oi{ Hankln&on 45 yzaJU ago, 
bzlng at that timz onz o^ thz i-iut 6zttleA& to bxzak away {,fLom thz Wild Rlcz Hivzn. 
6zttlmznt. On MoAth 9th, 1S84, hz wai, moMA-zd at Gxzat Eznd to Uatkilda PlzbeZkoAn 
who wa& kU, ialtkiuZ hztpmatz up to thz timz o^ hzA dzath on July 12, 1923. 

To tkU wontky couplz a iamlty o£ 13 ckiZdKZjn. wznz boin, 11 oi whom OAZ tivZng: 
Jutius A. Wz&tphaZ o^ Palznmo, NV.; H. C. Wz&tphal, Ufa. Ed. Stzln, UfU. T. 0. Tlzgi, 
Uu. C. Bladow, all oi thli vlclnyUy; W. R. Wz^tphal oi Campbzil, UN.; UftM. Gzo. Stack 
0({ E/Ughtwood; Ida, Anthun. and EAMcn, at homz. Two daaghtzu a/iz dzad....UKi,. UafUz 
Zizgzlman, who pa6izd away on July 11 , 1916, and LouZ&z Wz&tpahl who dJizd on Junz 12th, 
1921 , thz lattzn.'6 dzath pfizczdlng that 0($ thz mothzA by exactly two yzau. Ma4. Wz&t- 
phal dlzd on Junz 12, 1923. ThzKZ OAZ alio 21 g/iandckcldtzn living. Vzcza&zd Is aZio 
SuAvlvzd by ttio sl&tzu, UfU,. CoaZ Knahn o^ SanboKn, UN., and Uu. CoaI Ladiulg In Gzfi- 
many. 

Wt. Wzitphal wai, a man ojj aoaz Intzgnlty, hlghZy fizgaftdzd by all who fenew hJm. Hz 
was honz&t and posszi^zd a klndZy 4>plAlt, qulzt and oi a JiztlAlng dlipo-iltlon but zvZA. 
Kzadij to Iznd a hzlplng hand to thz un^oAtunatz. Hz was a dzvotzd huiband and Indalgznt 
iathzfi, and nzvzn. ^ulZy AzcovzAzd ^Kom thz thock o^ hli, wl^z'6 dzath l<u,i> than tuo yzafu, 
ago, Hl6 gfU-Zi undoubtzdly had much to do with thz f,atal lllnz&6 that ^ollowzd a itzady 
dzcJLinz In hzalth {^oUowlng hU wl{fZ'A dzath. Hz was takzn vlolzntly III on Feb. 23fid, 
and wai, takzn to thz EAzckzn/ildgz Hospital, whzfiz an opzAatlon doA appzndlclMj, wai pzfi- 
£oAmzd. Compllcatlonl, zni,uzd that Az&ultzd In hli dznth on Thu/nday, Fefc. 26XJi. 

Thz body was bA.ought to thz homz and ^unzAal iZAvlczi, conductzd thzAZ and at thz 
GzAman Tmmanuzl Ev. Chu/ich on Sunday, UaAch lit. Rzv. C. ObzAdozitzA wot. In ckangz, 
avid thz chuAch wa& iUJizd with old {^Aizndi and nzlghboAi who paid a ^Inal tAlbutz to onz 
who wai unlvzAioUiy zitzzmzd. Thz pall bzoAZAJi wzAz all old plonzzfi ^Aizndi . . . .HzAman 
Boldt, Sa., Pfizd l)JoAnzA, HzAman Kzmkz, Robznt Hantlzbzn, CoaI Stack, JA., and John GlandzA, 
IntzAmznt iwi6 madz In thz Immanuzl CzmztzAy bzildz hli bzlovzd uic^e. 



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ELLA WITT 

Ella. lil/JX, daaghteA oi f-Oi. and M/l4. CoaI Witt, dltd at thz {,ainlly homz In B^(,ofLd 
Town&hlp Tfildaij a{,tZAnoon, Feb. 27th, a{^tzn an lllnUi> oi ilx ok tight monthl,. CanazA 
oi the. stomach wai the. cjza&e. o^ deAth, and tkz znd had bzzn expected almost dally {^oK 
iiomz tlmz. 

Ella Witt woi boKn In LaAAy, Wew yoA.k, and wa6 50 yzau, 2 months and 21 days oi 
age. Shz camz with hzn. paAznt& to ZLchland County about 46 yzoAS ago, thz family sett- 
ling on a homzstzad In Bzt^ond Twp,, which thzy ha\jz occuplzd zvzfvy slnzz. Thzfiz shz 
QKZW to womanhood, attzndzd thz count/iy school, was a dzvout mzmbzA o^ thz iuthzKan 
Chufich, and By hzfi bzautlftul choAactzn. and sunny disposition zndzoAzd hzfu,zll to alt 
who had thz pfilvlLzgz oi hzn {^^zndshlp. Shz was always {^Ifist at thz bzdsldz o^ thz 
sick, and Kzady In hzn quiet z^^lclznt way to nendzA asslstancz to thosz In need. HzA. 
untlmzly znd Is moufinzd by a ZoAgz cJjlcIz oi ^filends as well as thz Immzdlatz Kzlatlvzs. 

Shz Is sufivlvzd by thz poAznts, Ma., and Mu. CoAl Witt, arid thz ^oilowlng bAothzAS 
and slsteAs: Chas . Witt, HznAy Witt, Louis Witt, Uks . V. S. Ucllmln and Wis. FAzd Vlbb- 
ext, all 0(5 thz Hanklnson vicinity; (Au. A. G. t^ltzel o^ Yakima, WA., and Ida, Wilhel- 
mlna and LUllan at homz. 

FunzAjol szAvlczs wzAZ held at thz homz Uonday at 10 AM, and at St. John's ChuAch 
In SeZiofud at 2 ?H. 

■ A szAmon In thz GzAman languagz was dzllveAzd by Rev. CoAdt and an English szAmon 
by Reu. KlauslzA. Rev. Hlnck ojj GAzat Bend, who had known thz dzczaszd slncz hzn. child- 
hood, o^ieAzd a pfiayzA at thz CemetzAy. Thz pallhzaAZAS wzAz: Robzfct Kaoosz, HeAman 
WzbzA, EnUl KlawlttzA, Wm. NzhneA, Edwin Gaedckz and RobeAt Tlzg.s. ScoAzs o^ ^Alznds 
WZAZ In attzndancz at thz szAvlczs. Jntzmznt was madz In thz St. John's ChuAch yan.d, 

SIGURD OSTBV 

Slgufid Ostby of, GAZzndalz Township died at thz B/iecfeeffu.dge Hospital Sunday, Mo/ic/i 
1st, of szptlcazmla which foltowzd an opeAatlon foA appzndlcltls . Hz Aalllzd ^Aom thz 
opzAotlon but complications ensued that zndzd his zanthly coazza on Sunday moAnlng. Hz 
had bzzn ill about six weeks and pfiloA to that had znjoyzd thz bzst of health. 

Vzczaszd was boAn at TzAgus Falls, MW., on Apfiil 9th, 1SS4, and was 40 yzoAS, 10 
months and 19 dajys of agz. In 1S91 hz camz with his poAznts to GAZzndalz Township wheAz 
thz family settled on a homzstzad. HzAz hz gAzw to manhood and was moAAled about 16 yzoAS 
ago In Hanklnson to Annlz Hzzsch. AfteA five yeoAS of moAnlzd ll^z thz wlfz dlzd, Izavlng 
thz stnlckzn husband to caAz ^OA onz son, Williz. A^tzA thz moAAlagz thz. young coupZz 
livzd In Hanklnson ^OA a whllz w/ieAe hOi. Ostby woAkzd at the coApzntzA tAadz, and ^Acm 
hzAz thzy Azmovzd to Canada whzAz thzy Aemalned foA two yeoAS . Thzy AztuAnzd to Hank- 
lnson and slncz thz death of thz wlfz Ma. Ostby livzd with his poAznts In GAzzndalz up 
to thz timz of his death. 

Bzsldzs thz oAphaned son, he Is suAvlvzd by thz poAznts, Ma., and hlfis . Nels Ostby, 



tJ-cve bKothzXb and ({-cue 6liteAJ,: Olt OStby, Voaglcu>, MV., CoaZ Oitby, Vouglcu,, MV., Edw^n 
Oiiby, Szatile., WA., and VzteJi and Raymond at homz; M/l4. G-ilbeJU Shock, VeAonda, WI., 
Unj>, Gzo. blaiby, laHouAt, W., Ufu,. Wm. KozlnZtn., Hankindon; M/l<5. George KofdU, Oklahoma, 
and Wu,. Hanjiy KZng, Hankyimon, 

The. ^unzfLol mJL be held F/u.day MoAch 6ih, at the. Ty^on CfuvicJi Zn GAzendaZz Mcth 
Rev. 8. K. kipzfi. in cKoaqz oi thz ^eAvZcz6. 

BERNARD PEITZ 

Thz ^unztat iZAvZczi o^ EzAnoAd Pzltz, who dLizd lait Thu/adaif at thz homz o£ hU 
daughter, Hk6, Edm.n Gxzenz ojj 709 lawieZ Ave,, Mp-£<5, wcw hzZd at St, PhZUp'6 ChuAck 
Za&t SatuAday moAnlng, at 10 o'ctock. 

Rev. Fathzn. Studnlcka. 6ang thz Solemn RejqiUem and wai a&A-Utzd by Father t^alaikl 
0^ Gznz.izo, Tntzfmznt wai> made Zn thz CathotLc CzmzteAy, Thz paZZbzafizu wzAz: Adam 
Rotk, Joz Gmba, Chai,. LLznman, John Schittz, Uafutin Bommzubach, and FKzd Wofinzn.. 

Vzczoizd u)a& onz o^ thz otganlze/u, oi St. FhUUp'6 ChuAchj and o^ thz 11 chafoteA 
membzAi onZy thAzz oAz now tivZng . . . Matt Joit, John Sckiltz and JzAfuj Shza. 

M^. VeZtz had bzzn Zn Raiting hzaZXh ioK thz pait yzan. bat had bzzn ablz to bz 
about at oiuaZ. Two wzzki, ago, at thz advZcz of, hZi phyiZzZan^ hz dzcZdzd to go to 
Shakopzz to thz mad batlii, bat hZi condZtZon wa6 6o wzakznzd by thz tZmz hz izachzd 
Hunnejxpotili that hz wai taken to thz homz o{^ hZj> daaghtzA and gZvzn mzdZcaZ attzntZon. 
He went Zrtto a coma thz ioiZowZng day ^fiom whZch hz nzvzn. ^aZly awakznzd, though at 
tZmzi hz mutmeAzd wofidi, to tho&z oi hZ& tovzd onzi who weAz at kc6 bzdLiZdz ^Aom thz 
tZmz bzgZnnZng. HZi end camz veAy pzjazzf^aUjj at 12tl5 ThuA&day moKning, hZ6 death bzZng 
duz to UAzmZc Coma NzphAZtU. HZ^ wZ^z, thfizz 4on6, Ffiank, VhZLip and Lzo, and ^ouA 
daughtzAl,, KathzfUnz, Hayz, ThzAZia, and Agnz6 wzfiz out hZj, bzdiZdz dantng hZ6 ZZtnz66 
and death. 

BeAnoAd PeZtz wai bonn Zn VztbfUck, GzAmany, Pec. 79, 1844, and at thz tZmz o^ hZj, 
death, wa& SO yzau, 2 monthi and 7 dajyi old. He came to AmzfUca Zn 1S65 and tocatzd 
Zn St. ChaAleJ,, UZ&^ouaZ. LateA hz IZvzd Zn St. Jamz&, MN., and lived Zn that vZcZnZty 
untZl hz movzd to NoAth Dakota. In 1886 hz moved to HankZmon and itaAtzd a gznznaZ 
itoAz, now occupZzd by I. KutbzAg S Co., ^Aom whZzh hz AztZfizd about 25 yzau ago, Izad- 
Zng a qaZzt and law abZdZng lt{,z antZZ thz -tone oi htt> death. He was a man o^ exzztlznt 
choAacteA and KzputatZon and wai a lovZng and dzvotzd ha&band and ^otheA. 

Hz wai a gKzat loveA o{, natuAz and onz could aZwayi, ^Znd hZm among fuci ^lowzAi, 
Thz many ^loAol o^{iZ'u,ngi wzAz a lovZng and £ZttZng tAZbutz. 

He Izavzi to mouAn hZ& lo&i a wZ£z and 10 chZldAzn: F/ianfe, John and Joz o{i thc& 
cZty; MAi. Fnank Vudlzy oi UcMZzn, TX.; and Ma&. EdwZn GAzznz o{, Mpli, by ht& ^ZA&t 
moAfUagz; VhZLip oi New England, NV., Lee o^ liiZJilow lakz, SV., Ww, Roy VZamond oi{ 
VetAoZt, MW., Mw. kAthoA OdeZ oi f-ipli., and fliiA Agnea, tzachzn. at FoAgo. All oij thz 
ckZJLdAzn wzAz Zn attzndancz at thz {^anzAol wZth thz zxczptZon oi Atti. FAank Vudlzy who 
wai, anablz to attend, Thz sympathy oi thz community go zi out to thz iamZZy Zn theiA 
bzAzavemznt, «*«««««««» HaAch 5, 1925 



FORMER PASTOR f EAP 
Rev. A. CAjxboMitU. V-itd At SagA.naw, Hich. 
WAS FOm'.ERLY PASTOR OF THE EVANGELICAL CHURCH HERE 

WoA.d uicii Ke.c(uxtd heAZ tho. {^vUit ol thz wcefe 0|{ ihz dzcuth o^ Rev. A. CnjiboiMfU., 
iolmzn. pcL&ton. of^ ihz Jmmanuzt EvangzZccaZ ChuAcJi hzAz, cut l^u, harm -en Sag-cnow, UZchZgcLn. 

No pcuvUcuLvu, lue/ie g-cuen -en thz tditzn. n.zceA.vzd. . . .meAzZy a. cand ^Aom> onz oi thz 
ckLtdAzn to a. ^AZznd hzfiz a.nnoan(U.ng thz iacX that "Tatkzfi dZzd Wzdnz&day ZMzning, MoAc/t 
5th" It Zi phjobahtz that hid znd wai 6addzn and anzxpzctzd as mzmbzAS ai thz {,amU.ij -in 
coM-Zipondzncz uUth {iAA.znd& hzfiz, had madz no pAz\jZoa& mzntlon o£' hU ^UZnzii , 

Vzcza&zd MAW about 60 yzafu, o^ agz and {^oK izveJutl yzoAi wai, Voitofi o^ thz Jrmanuzt 
Ev. ChufLch hzfiz. Hli tocije (iced -en Novzmbzn. 0({ Za&t yzan.' Hz -ci duAvZvzd by a £aniiZy 
0^ dzvzn duZdfizn, ij-cve loni> and -ftyo daaghtzAi,. 

Reu. GnabowikJ., at thz tUmz o^ hii dzath, woe, Todtofi ojj a ZoAgz and pAxiipzAotu 
congfizgation o^ ISO mzmbzu at SagZnaw, MI. 

Newii 0^ hu daddzn dzath amz oi a dhock to hu many {^fu.zndj> A.n Hankimon and vZclnZty. 
, :- **»»»*,,*» ^^^ j2, 1925 

' JACOB TJLLJSCH 

Thz {^otiouiing obltiianij o^ Jacob T-iLLiich, {^athzfi oi Vn. H, T.WLi&ch o^ thM, cJJy, 
-C4 takzn iKom thz Walnut Gkoxjz Tfu-banz 

Thz fiemaZn^ o^ Jacob T. TXZtUch aJuUvzd ^Aom HinnzapoZZi Sattviday and thz ^anzfiaZ 
u)a6 hzJLd Sunday a^tzfinoon ^Aom thz EngZl&h Luthzfw.n ChuAck and Zntzninznt waj> madz tn 
thz Walnut Gaovz CzmztzKy, Rev. NofigaoAd o^ Mankato conductzd thz ^unznal iZfivZcz 
a&6-ii,tzd by Reu. Chapman. Rev. NoAgaand wai, thz loAmzA PoitoA o£ thz £amMf wkilz thzy 
AZ6-idzd at MankaXo. Ai thz dzczodzd wa& a vztzAan o^ thz CJbjll WoA, mZLLtoAy honoAi 
wzAZ accoKdzd thz fLZmaZnd by thz local LzgZon ?06t wXJJn. thz caikzt dAapzd with thz {lag. 

ThzAz wai, a loAgz attzndancz pAZ6znt, and thz widow and all thz ckildAzn wzAz 
pAz&znt ioA thz {fUnzAol. ' 

Hz -06 duAvivzd by hi& mI£z and tzn ckildnzn, dzvzn ioni, and thAzz daughtzu: fzAd J. 
0^ WaZmit Gaovz, VJitlzjy and O&caA oi VaJjmount, NO., Edwtn A. oi Wz&tbfwok, A/tthuA and 
SzlmZA oi l^ankato, Wu,. N. H. StAandj'oAd and Ufii,. Szlma TAZl>\jlg oi f^pli., UfU, . J. B. 
Moon oi ToAAmount, NV. One don, TAygvz HznAy di.zd in iniancy. Hz Z& aZio duAvivzd by 
17 QAandckildAzn and thfizz gKzat-gAandchiZdfizn. Alio William TilLidch oi RznvilZz 
County and a dij>tzA MoAgAzthz TiZliMch in Nofwoay and HznAy TiZLidch oi HanlUmon. 

+ + + + + + + + + + 

Thz ioUiowing obitaoAy Zi iAom thz fUnnzapotii Vaglig Tidzndz: 

"Thz Civil WoA vztzAan and pionzzA Jacob Thodz TilLi&ch, pa&dzd away lai>t Wzdnz&day 
at hij, homz iTl9 Snzlling Ave. So. and with kid padding away anotliZA oi thz old NoAwzgian 
pionzzAd and Civil Woa vztzAand Ld gone. He wad boKn in Norway, Feb. nth, 1S42, thz 
don oi TAzdzKik Vitlzy Tittidch, Captain oi IniantAy", and kid wiiz Anne ELizabzth, boAn 
aJi FyAdtznbzAg, 

"Hz Izit BzKgzn and came to Amznlca in 1864, He znlldtzd at oncz in thz moAinzd and 



i>2Avzd A.n the. wojl antiZ aJu, cZo&z. In 7^66 he. wa6 moAAyied to Selma A. E. ?eXteMJ>on 
(J/Lom Oi)kjivaihai"n, KalmoA Lan, Swe.dtn. Latex or he. waU) zngaged Zn ^oAmlng cut St, VeXeA. 
and WaZnat 6/t.oue. blken he. >ieJxn.zd {^nxjtn £aAnU.ng, the.y tocJite.d at liankato and moved £AMm 
that pZacz to UtnnexipotiCi about ^ouA yzoM ago . 

HANKWSON WEWS ********** - ^^j,^ J2, I9Z5 

MRS. E. J. HURLEV VIES 

Hu, E. J. HuJdiejj, pHjomine.rvt Tatnmount Kz&tdent, dtzd at St. John'6 HoipttaZ aji 

ToAQo on HaA.ch 12th, a^teA an -itZneJ,.& o^ &ax wzeiU). A izptlc. condition o^ long 6tand^ng 

bAought about heA death. Ve.ce£i&zd wai, 54 ye.afu old and Jik 6uxvZve.d by thz hodband and 

ij^ue chUd/Lzn, 

********** ^^^ jg^ jg^5 

Thu cowmwfiity woi gfiejotJbj &hockzd Thxiudaif mofining when XZ was fizpoKted that 
MfL6. E. J. HuAly had paM,zd auoay at St. John'.!, Hospital at FoAgo. 

^■^nz. HuAZey leavu to mouAn heA Zx}&&, heA ha&band, one ion and {,ouA daughteAi,. 
The many ionAowtng {^fvLendi, e.xtznd theJji dzzpe^t sympathy to tJie. beAejxvzd {^anUly. 
HANKWSON NEbJS VoAJmount Column Mo/lc/i 79, 7925 

Tfuink Mooi Ke.ceA.vzd a mzi,i,aQZ Z/Ldt I^KZday announcing the death o^ hll, motkzfi, 
Mw. VeAdinand Maai, who AZitdzd tn GeAmany. Shz dtzd Fzb. 26th and {^anetuiZ 6eAvl.czi) 
weAz heZd UoAch Ht. 

********** MoAc/i 26, 7925 

SAM CRANVALL VYWG 
WeZt Known EofmeA CCtlzzn At Fotnt 0{i Veath 
VOCTORS AT REV mUG, THE PRESENT FAMTLV HOME GIVE UP HOPE. 

Wofid xzczlvzd thi& wzzk inxim Rzd Wing, MW., lj> to thz ei{(j£ct that Sam CfiandaZZ, 
{^ohmeA GKzat Bznd Ktitdznt and wtdzty known thAoughout ZlchZand County, tlz& at thz 
point o{i death with atZ. hopz o^ fizcovzfiy abandonzd by thz doctoAi. Hz huu been In 
pooK heoLtk ^oK a mmbzA OjJ yejvu, and ^OA thz pa6t ^ew months ha6 iaJJied Aaptdly, 
accoAdlng to thz ZetteA ^ecexuerf hzAz. 

M^. CAandatt wai, a RlchZand Countif Az&tdznt ^OA moAZ than a quoAtzA oi a centuAy. 
FoA many yeoAi fie wom a whzat buyzA at GAzat Bznd and ZateA ieAved 04 Vzputy SheAl^{i. 
Hz come within a ^ew votzi oi being nomlnatzd ^oA SheAl^i a i$ew yeoAi ago. 

WhlZz Az&ldlnQ at GAeat Bznd hz wa& moAAlzd to Luztta Hunt, a school tzachzA at 
that place, and who li aZ&o widely known. Has. CAandxM. madz an uniucczi^iuZ campaign 
{^oA County SupeAlntzndznt {^ouA yzoAS ago, Thz couple had no chlZdAzn. 

Ua, CAandaZl was paAtlculoAly weJil known In Hanklnson. Hz Is a membeA oi thz local 
Masonic Lodge and was a ^Azquznt vlsltoA hzAz. News oi his condition Is Azczlvzd with 
pAoiound -'Leg-tet by many iAlzndi In this szctlon. 

Has. CAondall Is teaching school at Rzd W-cng at thz pAZSZnt tlmz. 
HANKJNSON MEWS ********** ^j^^^ j9^ ;925 



RESJVEV HERE 40 VRS 
UfUi . CoaZ Jahnkz Succumb4> To Stfiokt 
PASSED kmV MUVkV EVENING AFTER A WEEK'S ILLNESS 

Uu. CoAt Jahnkz, a KuldojnZ ojj Zicktand CoarUy ^OA. {^ofity yzau, dizd cut hzfi homz 
in tkii city Monday tvziUng ^ottouxing a it^oke. oi poAolyili which KzndeJizd hex hzZpZtii 
ioK a. weefe p/Uon. to htn dzath. EoAty Za&t weefc. 4/ie ^ai^^zAzd a. ^-ttofee -en ikz mofinlng and 
anothzt In thz a^teAnoon o^ thz 4>amz day. Shz lo&t control oi{ hzA voZcz and thz Alght 
iZdz wa4 pa/uxlyzzd, Vzcza^zd wouZd havz bzzn 75 yzoAi old In Janz and had KZiidzd -tn 
thii, vicinity ion 40 yzoAi . 

fAfu>. CaJit (Mo/u/) Jahnkz uxu, boA.n Janz 10, 1850, in Gzfmany, whzKz i,hz qkqm to 
womanhood. Thviz 6hz wa& moA/iizd oa ApfuJi 16th, 46 yzaA& ago, to Caxt Jahnkz who iuA.- 
vivu hzn.. Vofity yzaJis ago thzy emigAotzd to Amznlca and ^on. izvzn yzafu woikzd on . 
thz Kzyitonz iafun nzoA Mantadox, Latzfi thzy iiZzd on a homzitzad in Vuzaa TownihJ,p 
whzfiz thzy iivzd until 1911. Thzy thzn movzd to Hankin&on and havz tivzd hzfiz li.ncz. 
Vzcza&zd i& ^uAvivzd by thz husband and 6zvzn chiZdAzn: LouZi, Jahnkz, Wyndrnzfiz; Otto, 
WitUam, CoAl, Hvman, AZboAX, and Mw. Rob^At Bladow, all o^, thit, city. 

VzczcLizd wai, a mzmbzA o{^ thz Luthzfuan ChuAch and tixz ^imzAal will bz condactzd by 
Rzv. J. P. KlaailzA at 1:30 this [ThuA&day] a^tzAnoon. Tntznmznt will bz madz in 
Sunny HilZiidz CzmoJizAy. Thz pall bzoAZAS will bz Otto MoAohZ, Hznman Tnjxnz, H. MzZ- 
chzA, fKzd Vibbzfut, AlbzAt Stack and Cfuu. LizAman. 

"We mi&i thzz ^Aom ouA homz dzoA lAothzA, Wz mijii thzz ^fiom thzy placz; 
A shadow o'zfi ouA zyz ii C£L6t...liJz mii,6 thz ianihinz o^ thy ^acz. 
We. mi66 thy kind and willing hand, Thy ^ond and zoAnzit coAz; 
OuA homz i& doAJi without thzz, Wz mi66 thzz zvzAywhzKz." 
HANKTNSON NEWS ********** ^p^^^ 2, 7925 

WELL KNOWN CITUEN GONE 

Thz dzath o^ OnXon Gi^^oAd, which occuAfizd at Wahpzton la^t ThuAsday zvzning 
iollowlng a poAalytlc itAokz a month ago, Kzmovz& one o^ thz bz6t known mzn in thz 
county. Vzcza&zd had bzzn a KZiidznt o£ Wahpzton {^OK ovzfi 40 yzoAS and iZAvzd a& 
Vzputy RzgiJitzA o^ Vzzdi undzn. J, M. Rugglz6 and latzt izAvzd tivo zlzctivz tzAm& aj> 
RzglitAaA {^fiom 1S98 to 1902. A^tzA fiztlAing ^Aom that oHicz hz engaged in thz abitfiact- 
ing buiinzii which hz continuzd up to thz tanz oi hit, dzath. Hz was a wzLl known ^igu/iz 
oAound. thz coufit hou&z and had thz zstzzm and Kzspzct oi zvztyonz. 

OAton V. GiiioKd woM boAn at Vunklxk, NY, on Aug. 4th, 1S59. Hz camz to NoAth Vak- 
ota in 1&S4. On Oct. 22nd, 1SS5, hz moAAlzd Jzssiz Pfui&haw, who iuAvivzs him. Hz 
Izavzs alio his daughtZAS, Hazzl Johnson, and Czcilz Stall, both oi thzm mothzAS. Hz 
was a mzmbzn. oi Wahpzton Lodgz No. 15, A. F. S A. M., 6etng initatzd thzA&ln Vzc. 31st, 
1901 , and madz a Uastzn. h\ason ApAiZ 13, 1906. 

funzAol szAviczs wzfLZ conductzd by Wahpzton Lodgz No. 15, A. F. S A. M., at thz homz 



on Hofitk &th St., out 2:50 PM Scutwidcuf a£tz^noon, wZth lUouhlp UoMtZA R. W. GowZand 
coYidacXinQ thz U(Li,onic SeA.vZce.. Reu. W. L. Bene*C, cu, ChaptcUn and J. WatteA. GKzzn, 
06 StnloK WoAdzn, A. PaaliAud 4ang a bzcaiti{^vJi 6olo, accompanlzd at tJie. pla.no by Uki>. 
H. ?{^ZiiteA.. lntzAme.nt uni, mode -en FcuAu-cew Ceme-teAx/. Tfie iJuneAod addA.Z66 wai dzZLveAzd 
by Judge CfioA. E. Wol£t, 
HANKJNSON NEWS ********** ^p^^^ 2, 7925 

PIONEER PIES 
M/L4, ffeMAt/ Tfice.de An4«;eA4 F-cno^ Summofii 
EW) CAME SC/PPEWLV AWP WAS A STOCK TO HER MAWV FRIEWPS 

Mt4, f/ewAi/ Tfi.eede, a fLej>Zdent o^ tfu/, tocoLUu lofi 41 yzaA&, dizd 0)J hzoJit iaJMiAo. 
at EzA home. Zn tJuJ, city Monday mo^inlng at Jff o^cZock. SEz had Been anuzZt ^oK a (Jew 
dayi, bat hzfi condition was wot con&^dzfLzd AZAloui, Thz nuA£z Zn attzndancz at thz bzd- 
iA.dz 0^ hzA huiband woa ab/,znt ^njom thz twom {^on. a ihofit tanz and on hzfi A.ztuAn ^ound 
that HjU), Thzzdz had pa66zd away pzacz^uUbj In bzd dwUng hzfi ab&zncz, Shz had bzzn 
Au^^ZAlng {,A.om an ^njofiy to hzfi hip which con^lnzd hzA. to bzd buX a&ldz ^fiom thli was 
thought to bz In hzK u&aaZ hzoLth, 

Uany Ann (Mowftl Thzzdz wai boKn at St. Cloud, WJ., on kphJUi Uth, 1S52 and would 
havz attalnzd hzn. 73Kd bVithday tkc& month. ThzAz 6hz qkzvh to womanhood and on thz Sth 
0^ Hay 0^ thtl> yzoA would haxjz cztzbAatzd hzn. gotdzn wzddlng annlvzAia/iy. Thz agzd 
coapZz had thu& fioundzd out nzanJLy hal^ a czntuAy o^ moMlzd tiiz. A paXhztlc ^zatuAZ 
0^ hzfi iuddzn dzath li, thz phyilcaZ condition 0(J hzA. hu6band who ha& bzzn an Invalid ^on. 
many wzeJii with llttlz hopz hzld out. £oA. fizcovzAy. That thz kindly wl^z ihould havz 
pKzczdzd him acfioM thz filvzfi ll> ont o^ thz unzxpzctzd things that occuA occa&lonally 
In thli ll^z. . 

ThzfLZ oAz thnzz iun\)l\jlng chlldAzn . . . .Mfu, . Lizzlz Blzl o^ thl& city, Alton J. Thzzdz 
OjJ Sonona and Nick Thzzdz o^ Wahpzton. Thzfiz oAz 20 g/iandchlldAzn . Vzcza^zd l6 alio 
tuJivlvzd by t^}o ilitzfii, UJii. CathzAlnz Smith oi Wahpzton and Mk&. Ulkz lanzlngzA o^ 
Wahpzton, both o{i whom WZAZ hzAz ^OA. the. (^unzfial. 

Vzczoizd was a dzvout mzmbzfi o^ thz Catholic Chwich and wai widely known th/ioaghout 
thli izctlon. She. was a dzvotzd wl^z, a ^ond and Indulgznt mother and a {^althf^ul i>ilznd 
and nzlghbon.. Hzn. dzath l6 ilnczAely mounned. 

Thz iunznal was fie^d Tuesday, Apnll 7th, with iZAvlczi conducted by Rev. Jo-i. Lan^eA 
at St. Vhltip'l ChuAch. Many ionAowlng {^nlznd& wznz pnziznt to pay thzlA {^Inal tnlbutz 
to an old {^nlznd and nelghbon. Thz pall beoAeXi wznz Mlkz Isllntz, Gzongz Wlntz, Jacob 
Hzntz, John JeageA, Joi. Ezng and John Vnlckzi. 

Tnlzndi, ^nom out. ojj town pnz&znt weAz: Lzo Hitzkz and Un& . Vaullnz Waling o^ Enzck- 

ZMldgz, John WalchzA, Mn. and Mai,. Mlkz Smith and Mn. and hUa. J. Wesefe, all o^ Wahpzton. 

********** ^p^j^ g^ ,925 



JOHN ERACKW VEAV 
HainkAJ^ion PZomzfi P-cei cut AtzxandAZa. 
MESSAGE THIS MORNING TELLS OF PEMISE BUT GTl'ES WO PARTICULARS... 

A teJLojphont mUiouQQ. tiuj, [ThuAiday] moAwing ^Kom ktzxandfuji, MM., bfujigi neici oi 
the. dzath OjJ John Bfiackln, tcLfiZij izttlzn. maA Sonofia, cut kl6 hdmz Zn that (uXy, No 
dztcUZi WZK.Z qZvzyi and tliz caa&z o^ dzath -c4 not known at thd timz. FAank EKackln, o{, 
thJj> cttg, a ion o^ thz dzczcL&zd, Z& abiznt -en HUwaukzz, WT., and -6C -65 impoii>lblz to 
izciViz data ion. an obltwifuj. 

Thz body mJUi 6e brought to HanfU.mon by auto hzauz and ^tinznaJi iZfivZczi uUZi bz 
conducXzd Zn thz CongA-zgatLonaZ ChuAch Sanday a£tzAnoon cut 1 PM. Intznmznt uuLt bz -en 
thz i^jnity tot In HUJUtdz CvnztzAy whzfiz a &on o^ thz EAacfu.n {^airuJiy U> buAlzd. 

Vzczoizd wcu, a pZonzzM. 0(J thu izctZon, havZng ianmzd a ihofut di&tancz noxth oi 
Sononjx. £oA. mant/ yzau. Two yzoAi ago thz ^amLZy movzd to ktzxandnXa., \KN., wheAz thzy 
havz 4-cnce AZi-idzd. Vzcza&zd wca a man o^ iplzndZd cJiaAactzn., thonoaghby good -en zvznjj 
way, and had thz Zitzzm and Azipzct o^ aZZ. who knzvo kirn. He wai> a good cZtizzn, a loving 
huiband and an ZnduZgznt {^aXhzfi. Thz sympathy o^ edit thz old iAlznd& Zn thU vZclnity 
goz& oat to thz 6tfu.ckzn wZ^Z and qthzA mzmbzu o^ thz {^amZly. 
HANKJNSON WEWS «,*««»«««» ^p^^^ g^ J925 

M^. W. A. Hzlzy fizczZvzd a mz^iagz FfiZday announcing thz dzath o^ hzn. bfiothzfi, 
Hznman 0l6on, o^ Loi Angzlzi, CA. Small pox wcl6 thz cau4e o^ hZ& dzath, thz znd comZng 
a^tzA an ZMnzsi o^ -ftvo wzzk6. Ma.. Ol6on wa& zngagzd Zn thz HcJidwoAZ bul>ZJ^Zlt^> Zn Lo6 
An^zlu, havZng gonz thznz ^Aom tkii> pant o^ thz zountMj two yzau ago. 

Thz nZnz month& old 4>on oi Ma. and (>0u,. Bznt GZjia who xz&Zdz on thz Ryan {^cum 
nonthwz&t 0^ thZi cZty, paj^&zd away (tJzdnz&day kpnJJi l6t. Thz caa&z o^ dzath wa6 pnza- 
monZa. Thz lanzAol wcu, hzld SatuAday ^Aom thz CatholZc Chanch at Hantadon.. Reu. Tathzn. 
WZZkz& oiiZcZaJtzd. EuAcal wai, madz Zn thz MantadoA Cmztzny. Thz sympathy of^ all goz6 
out to thz bzAzavzd paAznt& and {^amZty. 
HANKJNSON WEWS ********** ^p,^^^ 9^ j925 

FREP COPPIW CALLED 
WzlZ Known Rz&Zdznt VZz/> Saddznly 
l/ICTIM OF LOCOAW AWP ILLWESS WAS OF SHORT VURATJON 

Thz pzoplz 0^ HankZn&on and thz iuAAoandZng coantAy wzAz ihockzd bzyond mzoiuAz 
whzn wond pa&izd ^Aom onz to anothzn that FAzd CoppZn, a AZ&Zdznt o{, thU vZcZnZty iZncz 
boyhood, had dZzd at hZ& homz on thz HankZ.ni,on ianm Zn EnZghtwood a^tzn. an ZZlnzi>6 0($ but 
a couplz oi daiji. VzaXh wai> caa&zd by tztanu& [lockjaw] nz&ultZng piom an Znjany to hZ^ 
hand whzn plowing, Vzczaszd, a man o^ moAz than oAdZnaAy nuggzdnz&i and itAzngth, gavz 
thz ZnjuAy IZXtlz attzntcon, not con&ZdznZng Zt 6ZALoa6, but thz dAzadzd tztana& gznm 
zntznzd thz wound and whzn a doctoA wa& callzd Zt wai too latz to iavz hZj> IZiz. 



F/ied CoppZn wcl& boKn Oct. 7th, J 875, cut Hitch^Zt, Canada, and wouZd havz 6een 
^Zitij LjQJViM old next iall. Hz came, to Dakota uuXh hii poAznti In 1SS2 and g^ew to 
manliood Zn E^ghtwood ToMn&hyLp. Ht6 {^athzA, Eduiafid CoppZn, wa£ a weZt known ptonezn 
hzAz and dlzd -in England, kcl> native countAy, Jan, 2l6t, 1919. The motke/i, Elizabeth 
cuddle Coppln, died in 1SS9. 

Vecejued woi mannled In 1904 at SZi&eton, SV., to SoAah Gxotte who 4uAuXve4 klm. 
TheAz oJiz aLko t>Xx chJUAxen Living: M/u, . P. PauZ&on, Edwin, FloA.znce, Ionian, lofuuilnz 
and Vofili,. Vecejo&zd wa6 a lanrnzA by occupation and had occupied voAloui A.zntzd £a>m6 
at dl{{^eAznt tune/,. In Oct. oiJ 1914 the ^amllif movzd to thz Bfilghtuoood [HankAyikon] 
lafm whzfLZ thzy have ilnce Kz&ldzd. Tfwm 190i to 1917, In company with hl& bfiotkzJt, 
WltZ, kz opeAotzd thz dno.y llnz In Hankln6on, now ownzd by V. S. Ucllwaln, and {^ofi 
izveAol c[zaA6 f^aAmzd In Elmo. Town&hlp. A&ldz i^m thz pzAlodi mzntlonzd, hl& zntlfiz 
ll^z woi ipent In Efilghtwood. 

Bzildzi, thz widow and chlldfizn^ thzJiz ofie ^Ivz luJivlvlng bKotkzu and two il/>teJU>: 
E. J,, Gzofigz, and Phillip o^ Enlghtuoood, William o^ Wahpzton, Thomas o^ BakeM.{,leZd, CA., 
Mw. A. H. BKown o^ Hankln&on, and Mw . 6. J. BakzA o^ bJahpzton. 

¥fied Coppln wai, a man o£ itejiZlng honz&ty and had thz KZdpzct and z&tzem o{i all who 
knew him. He wa^ dzvotzd to hl& family and thz sympathy oi aZZ goei to thz stAlckzn wl^z 
and cKiZdxzn In thelt gfizoit loss . Jnda&tAloui, to an unusual dzgfizz, hz did thz bz&t In 
zvzfiy way lot his dependents, realizing ^ully his fLZSponsUbULcty along this tinz. His 
antlmzly death Is slnceAely mowined by all. 

FuneAol szfivlczs, bhlzi and slmplz so would havz bzzn his wish, weAe conducted 
at' thz home on Monday, kpfill 13th, Rzv, C. CaJUi was In choAgz and many {^Klznds and 
nzlghbofis wzKz pKzsetvt to pay thelA ^Inal tribute to a good nelghbox and a loyal {Klznd. 
Thz {^lofial oiieKlngs wefiz numzAous and beautiful. Thz pall bzoAzts weAZ choszn ^Kom his 
nzlghboKS....John SchlZtz, A. C. VeXzfison, Tfizd WUbn, Wm. Raddatz, I. R. SpAlngzn. and 
EzAt Mooxz. Intzfunznt was In HlZtsldz Cemzteny. 

Among thosz In attendance at the last sad nltzs wzn.z UK. and Wis, Wm, Coppln, o{t 
Wahpzton, M{,Kzd Coppln, Jzsslz BakeM., Uju . J. 6. Bakzn. and VlJiglnla Eakzn. o{, Wahpzton, 
Olz GAottz, Wis, Gtvottz, Wis, Paulson and Wi. and Wis. Paul Paulson o^ New Ef^^lngton. 
HANKINSCN NEWS ********** ^p^^^ g^ j925 



U'OMAM VJEV AT AGE OF 102 YEARS 
Mw. Po-itcL Go^{,.fUzd Paired Away SaiuAday 
HAV LWEV TWO YEARS MORE THAN A CENTURY, 22 IN HANKWSON 

Mw. ?06ta Gott^fUzd, RlzhZand County'^, oZdzit peA&on and pKobably the. otdut In 
NonXh Dakota, dizd at thz John VAA.cku homz Zn th^ii cuty SatuAday evznlng, Apnlt 11 th, 
within a. (Jew dayi oi hzfi 102nd blnJkdjoy. Thz exact datz OjJ heA. blnth l& unknown but 
It um ^ome tine, dunlng thz month o^ ApAlZ, 1S23. 

Up to a ($ew monthi ago the aged woman was In appofient good hzatth and vl6-cted 
among thz nelghbou living nextn. the VJilckzi homz. Shz tiztalnzd hzA ^acuttlzs to a 
Kesnofikabtz dzgKze, dzalnui being heA chlz^ physical. dz{^zcX. Uoit o{ heA waking houu 
we^e. Apznt In poking oveA heA blbZz and pfiojyzA book which ihz xejod without gZoMZi . 
Shz took a ZlveZy IntzneJtt In nelghbonhood a^^alAi and wa6 a fizguZoA KexidzA oi thz 
daily newipapeAi until a couplz o^ yeau ago. VuAlng thz wlnteA monthi 6hz izemzd to 
gAow weakzn. day by day and thz end camz pzacz^ully Saturday zvznlng. 

funZAol izAvlczi weAe hzld Uonday mofinlng and weAZ attzndzd by pAactlcaZly all o^ 
thz. nzlghbofU, who madz up thz colony that izttlzd In Hankln&an 22 yzau ago. Ma64 wai 
condactzd by Reu. Jo4 . F. Studnlcka and InteAmznt wa& madz In CaZvoAy CzmzteAy. Thz 
palZbzoAzu weAZ Vetzfi VzTza, Tfiank VzFea, FzteA Roth, UaAtln Rlchzld, John SckzlZzA 
and Loddy UauAZA. 

A NATIVE oi AUSTRIA. 

Thz agzd woman, who6Z maldzn namz woi VoJita, wad boKn iomz timz duAlng thz month 
o£,ApfuJl, HIS. Thz quz&tlon oi hzA agz woa coAziully Invz&tlgatzd at thz tlmz ihz 
tzit ioA AmzAlca and thz chuAch KzcoKdi pKo\JZ beyond quz&tlon that 4hz wai boAJi In 
IS23. 

itlhctheA ihz wa& bofin In thz Rhlnzland oi GeAmany on In AuitAla li> aZ&o obicuAz. 
It £zem6 that at about thz tlmz oi heA blAth, a colony oi Rhlnzlandzu , among whom 
weA.e heA poAznti, moved to govzAnmznt land In Galacla, AuitAla, but whztheA thz iub- 
jzct oi this ikztch wa& bofin ihonXZy bzioiz ok ioUowlng thli mlgfuttlon Is unceAtaln. 
In any zvznt pnactlcalZy heA zntlAz lliz up to thz tlmz oi coming to AmeAlca In 1S95 
wa& ipznt In thz tiny vllZagz oi BAuckznthat, a placz oi 65 houMei In AuitAla, wZthln 
thAzz mlizi oi thz Ruiilan boKdzfi. Thli portion oi Galacla wai thz icznz oi izvzAZ 
ilghtlng In thz zafily dayi oi thz lilolld WaA, and EKuckznthal wai takzn by thz Invading 
Ruiilani and fiztaken by thz GzAmam haJLi a dozen tlmzi . Jncidzntatly thz Inhabitants 
oi thz vlUagz iuHzAzd all thz hoAAou oi woA at: ilut hand. 

ONE oi FAWUy 01$ FOUR 

Uai,, GottiHlzd woi onz oi a iamlly oi iouA chlldAzn, two boyi and two glfiti . Thz 
iathzA lived to thz filpz old agz oi S4, but thz motheA dlzd In eoAly lliz. Thz two 
bAothzAi and onz ilsteA oAz long ilncz dzad. Whzn a young woman, oun. iubjzct, wai, 
moAAlzd to John Gotti>ilzd, and oi thli union twzlvz dilldAzn weAZ boAn, aXZ oi whom 
havz poiizd away, iomz oi tl\zm well along In yzoAi , Onz oi hzA ioni woi thz ilAit 



ha&band oi Ma4 . John Vnlcku Oj5 thAJ, cJM], and the. oZd lady hcu> made fieA home tuct'i the 
VfLLckzit £amiZy evtfi ilnce the. death o^ hex kuiband 25 yeau ago at tko, age o^ 79. She. 
hai Zn thCi coantAy 7 3 ^u-cng gnandchAJidJien 33 Qfieat-gnM-nddhiJidAen and IS gKeat-Qfiejat- 
QfumdckLtdfien. KboaZ an equaZ mmbeA o^ hex dti>cendent6 one tiv-ing -in ku^t/ujx, 

CAME HERE 11 /EARS AGO 

ComZng to AmefUca In 1S95 uUth a colony o{^ about 75 peAion ^Aom EAticken^at, aZZ. 
Oj{ whom at once located Zn HankZn&on, Mfci, Cott^Aled wa6 a AZ&ZdeM. oi oun. city {^oA 
11 yeafu. 

HAD PICTURE TA^EN AT 101 

The. pZctuAZ heAejALtk pAinted was taken j'u6t a yeoA ago thii week. She woi then 
101 yeaAi old and wai taken to the HanapeZ Studio by a NEWS AepAe&entative. She dii- 
tiked awto Aiding, complaining that It made heA dizzy, bat ieemed to ^uf^^eA no lit 
ei{(Jec*s f^Kom the ihoAt jouAney to the goLieAy. 

On the otheA hand ihe zvlnced a tiveZij InteAe^t In the pAoceedlngi and did heA 
be/tt to "look plea&ant" when ^acAjng the cameAa. That ^he. wat, 6ucce-66^uZ l& amply pAo- 
ven by the exceZZent lMienti>6 which AzcuLted. The chle^ tAoable wa6 In keeping heA 
quZet long enough to ^ecuAe a good plctuAe, but PhotogfiapheA HanapeZ li a pa&t ma&teA 
In thil, line and oveAcame. the flight dl{,£lcuZtlz6 cncounteAzd. 

MAW CWAWGES IW A CENTORV' 

Thz development 0|{ the wonZd duAlng thz lifetime o^ thli aged woman abnolt itoQ'/^ 
geju the Imagination. When 6hz woi boAn theAz. weJie pfuacticaZZy no AoZtAoadi In the 
wonZd; iteam poweA woi aZmoit unknown; wheat wot iown by hand and thAe/thed with a 
iloAJi alt It had been &lnce 'Bible tlmt&; aZZ ^oAm machlneAy wa& ojj tJie cAude^t AOAt 
with ^ew ImpAovementi £lnce ancient tlme£; ihe had lived to iee the deveZopment of^ 
eZect/Uty and Its, many Aaml^lcatlon& , Including the teZegiaph, Aadlo, telephone, oAt- 
l^lcaZ Lighting, etc: automobile^) and {flying machines Aeplaclng anlmaZ& as mean& o^ 
tAom, pontatio n . 

Tt li weZl nigh Impoi-ilble {,oA one of, the pxe&ent genenatlon to plctuAe diem6elve/) 
Zivlng undeJi the condltlom that exi&ted at the time o{i heA blAth, And thli bAlng.& to 
mind the queAy, what wlZl the Infant o^ today, who Uive& to be a hundxed, wltne^'l^ In 
the way o^ development? OnZy two things, we can be 6uAe o^ In 1014 ... .death and taxe^. 
HAMKINSOM NEWS ********** ^p^^^ j^^ jg25 



FORMER RESTPEWTS BEREAl/EP 

A mu-iogz wca fizcelvzd heAz Uondaij oi thz dzaXh o£ Mc44 hlinnlt UeAfLcilzZd , 79, 
daughtzA o£ Wi. and Wib . E. S. UeJOUildid, cut thz ^curuJLj homz in VaJilzij City. Shz uai 
Ztt but a. ijeuf daufi, ZntztnaZ aomp-tlccutio m bzing thz zauudz o{^ dzath. 

Thz lAznAlilztd {airulif wznz wzJit known zaAZy /tz&Zdznti o^ Hanklmon. FoA. a mmbz/i 
0^ yzau thzjj havz KZiZdzd at VaZizy City wkzAz thz dauQhtzn. gjuiduatzd {^Kom High School 
and woi dotng hzA izcond yzoA'i wank at thz Hofunal School. Vzczoizd w<x4 a Qfuxnddaaghtzn. 
0)5 Hfii. HofUilzt A. UzMA.iA.zld oi thii city. FfUznd& oi thz iairuly In Hankln&on zxtznd 
sympathy to thz bzn.za.vzd onz& in thzln. Ion, 

PEATH OF JACOB 8R0Z 

Jacob Zkoz, 70, wzJU. known ianmzfi fiz^AxLing ja&t acn.oi>i> thz itatz tinz In South 
Vakota, dlzd at hC& homz 10 milz& iouth oi Hanklnion, Monday moKvU.ng, ApAXl 27th, at 
10 o'clock. Hz iuiizitzd a itxokz &omz tumz ago and ha& bzzn itzadlly iaUUnQ until 
dzath zn&uzd. 

Vzcza6zd wai, a ndtivz oi GaJLacla and wai, an zoaJLj izttlzA tn thz KeJ>ZAvatZon 

countfiy louth oi thX^ city, Hz -ca 6un.vlvzd by thz widow and izvznaZ chiZdKzn. Hz wa& 

highly KZipzctzd and thz sympathy oi all gozM out to thz bztzavzd iamiZy. 

TunzJial 6ZAviczi wzfiz hzld in thz chuAch in thz WzA.nkaui nzighbonhood WzdnzJ>day. 

********** ^p^^^ 3^^ J925 

Thz thAzz day old iniant &on oi Ma. and lifid , A. H. Hanson oi Sonofw., poi^&zd 
away lait Thuuday. Thz community zxtznd& sympathy to thz bzAzavzd. 
Tainmourvt Column ********** ^p,^ 3^^ ^^25 

Mu. John M. Jazgzn AztuAnzd Monday zvzning i^om Me^oae whztz ihz wai callzd by 
thz dzath oi hzn. Aunt. On hzA tiztjufun . ihz viiitzd with AzLativzi in St. Cloud, MW. 

********** ^^7^ ;925 

M/t4. Al Olion, ju&t aitzA Aztwining hzAZ i^om hzfi mothzn'l bzdiidz, Azczivzd thz 
6ad nzm, that hzA mothzA had pa&6zd away at a ho&piXaJi in Hinnzapolyi& whzfiz &hz had 
long bzzn a iuHzAZA. Thz zntiAZ community zxXzndi sympathy to thz bzAzavzd. 

********** May 7, 1925 

VEAV AT 99 YEARS 
Jonai, EAick&on Ludquiit, 99, pionzzA. oi za/uLy Richland County dayi , dizd at hii 
homz nzoA ChJvi&tinz Friday. Hz wa6 boAn Oct. 2Sth, 1825, in Swzdzn and camz to Rich- 
land County in thz ipKing oi 1S71 , homz&tzading along thz Red Rivzfi. Hz iM 6uAvivzd 
by kii) wiiz. 

HAUKimSU MEWS May 14, 1925 



EMIL BOSTR.OM VIES 
Tonintn. HanlUmon Re/,Zd.eMt CaZtzd 
TLLMESS RESULTEV FROM EXPOSURE AMV HARVSHTPS IN WORLD WAR 

EnUZ 8o4^om, dizd cut TaJjmoant out 1:20 PM Tnlday a^eAnoon, a vZctim o^ thz WoKld 
WoA. 04 tAuly cu -Li hz had been kZlZ^d on thz {^Z^Zd Oj{ bcutttz. Expoivuie. and hanxiikip^ 
zncounteAzd Zn TKancz made. ZnAoadi -into hJj, conitZtuutlon and a^teA a bfiavz battZz f^on. 
lhi& tL{^z he. iuccumbed. 

Vecea&ed moi, a {^onmtn Jie^Zdent o^ Hankln&on, beJ.ng emptoyed ai a cJLeJik In the. Soti- 
fmd Stole. {^01 lome tune, kt the otutbfieak o{ the. wan. he enteAzd the ^eAu^ce and pa/utLcA.- 
pated -in lome o^ the hea.\jA.eJ>t ^ZghtZng 0){ the AmeAlain tAoopi . QiUzt and anai^tum-Lng , 
he d-id hU duty -in the A/my wZth ^e iame con&Zentloai, coAe that he aZwayi aied Zn p/U- 
vate. Liie. He woi a UoKth Vakota native hav-inq been bo fin at Rutland. 

RetatnAJig home a^teA. the woJl, fee wai, mafau.ed ^ouA yea/u, ago next month to Emma 
TkieZ, The Aximance began when the two weAe ^eZtow cZeAki, heAe ptLion to the. waA. His 
wZ^e AuAvZvzi him togetheA vxitk one daaghteA, MoAlyn, not yet thAee yenAj, old. SZnce 
kii moAAZage the deceased hai> been employed Zn hZj, bAothtfi'^ 6toKe at FaZftmoant, bat 
ouiZng to {^aZting health he 6pent the poit wZnteA Zn Anlzona, AetuAnZng to FaZnmoLint a 
(Jew weeki ago. He was Zn hZ& eoAZy 30 '6 and wa6 highly esteemed by all who knew him. 

He Zs iuAvZved by two bAotheA&, John o^ FaZAmount and AndAew o^ HinnejapoZZi , and 
two 6ZiteA&, MA4. John Bloomdale oi HowaAd Lake, MW., and Ua-6 . Ted HelbeAg oi Rutland- 
and an aged ^atheA OjJ Rutland. 

FuneAol ieAvZczi wzAe held at TaZAmount, Monday, Mow H-tfe. The body wai, taken by 
heoAiz ^Kom theAe to HoAAZi, MW., the home o{, Hu. Bo6tAom, jJoa buAZal. He wa6 a membeA 
0^ Company L., beZng one oi the {^Zut to enlZ6t Zn the company oiganZzed heAe Zn 1917, 
and the ^uneAol wai undeA the am,pZc.e-s> o^ the AmeAican LegZon. The pall bejxAefU, weAe 
all. old Co. L. comAadeM HowaAd Cox, GeoAge ScJiAoedeA, Ha/tAy WoKneA, Alonzo AJileJi, Cha&. 
TempleXon and S. WZl&on. 

HANKWSON NEWS ********** May U, 1925 

GEORGE BUSCHER VIES 
Wai VfwmZnent FaZAmount EuiZntii Man 
HEART FAILURE CAUSE OF HIS VEATH WHICH IS UNIVERSALLY MOURNEV 

GeoAge BuicheA, pA.omZnent FaZAmount buiZne.ii man and wZdely known thAoughoat the 
county, dZed iuddejJLy o^ hejiAt ^aZluAe at hZi home Zn FaZAmount eoAty Sunday moAnZng. 
HZj, iudden end came ai a g/ieat ihock ai he had been Zn appanent good heaLth up to the 
houA 0^ hZi death. 

h\A. BuicheA KztZAed at about the uiual houA SatuAday nZght but towafid moaning 
oAouied hZi wZf^e and itatcd that he wai not ^eelZng well. She iummoned a doctoA but 
the latteA could {,Znd nothing wAong and le^t af^tcA cxamZnZng hii patient. A ihoAt 
time a^tzA Ma. BuicheA expZfied £Aom hexiAt {fOZluAc. 

Veceoied wai a pZoneeA neJiZdent 0(5 the county. He wai at one tune a xziZdent oi 
MooKeton, lateA Zn buiZntii at Wahpeton, and ^oA the pait ^Z^teen yenAi hai been engaged 



Zn thi. cuitomobAZz and XjrtpZamznt biU>A.ne^6 at foAAmoant, He wa& mafiA/.e.d, hii w-L^e. bZying 
a meinfccA oiJ ihz Lenzen £aincty and thz w^dow &uAv-i\Jti> him tcQZthtn. w-Cth om daaghteA, 
M/Li . P. A. Smith, who xe^ZdeJ, jtiit noKth oi foAAmount and onz ion. Van. He wa6 about 
SO yzoju, oi age. 

VzcejOizd woi a AzaZ man. He. woA honzit and apfUght Zn hU buitnzii dzaZtngi, cZoizZy 
£olZowA.ng thz Goldzn Rule. Zn hi& eveAtf day ti^z, and hi& death KemoveJ> a man £fLom hii 
zoAthZy exZ&tence who made the wofiZd beXteji. 

H-C4 awtundbj death Zi mouAned by alZ who hjud the pfiZvJXege o^ hii> acquaintance. 
The. iuneMaZ wa& held Wednesday at VaAAmoant and wa& ZoAgeZy attended. 
HANKWSON WEO/S ********** Hay 21 , 7925 

OLV RE3IVENT CALLEV 

M>w, HoAJUzt MeAAliZztd WelZ Known Re^ldejnt Vead 

WAS MINNESOTA PIONEER ANP A HANKWSON RESIVEUT FOR 79 i'EARS 

Ha/uUet A. UeJuvii-LeZd, weZZ known KOM-ident oi tivU> city, died at the home oi hen. 
ion, W. G. UeAAlileZd, Monday moAning aite/i an IttneMi oi ievenaJL weeki. Death woi due 
to thz tni-Oimttiti oi otd age, ihe having Aounded out 82 yeam, oi uieiuZneii In thjj, wonJid. 

HoAAlet Abbte Lovett wa& boKn kpnJUi 19th, 1843, at Lincoln, Maine, wheAe ihe gA.ew to 
womanhood. She wai moAAled JuZy 13th, 1862 to AtiAed S. MeAAlileld, and the ioZZowlng 
yeoA [1863] the young couple migrated to what wai then the wlldi oi Hinnezota. They locat- 
ed at Elk RlveA wheAe thelA entlAz moAAled Hie woi ipent. 

Oi thli union ieven chlZdAen weAe boAn, iouA oi whom iuAvlve.. . . .one daughteA lofua 
E. Kinney oi Hanklmon, and thfiee iom, Elmln S. oi Valley City, NV., Wziton G. and 
HekbeAt A. oi Hanklmon. The huiband and iatheA dle.d In VecembeA, 1899 and In 1906 M/ci . 
UeAAlileld came to Hankln&on with heA ion and thli city hai been hex home pKactlcally 
zveA ilnce. She li alio iuAvlved by one il&teA, MfU. LauAa Mable oi Loi Gatoi, CA,, and 
nine gnandchlldAen and ilve gAeat-gAandchlldAen. 

In the ploneeA dayi oi ULnneiotr. the deceased went thfiough the uiual tAuili oi pAl- 
vatloni oi the eoAly izttleu, ami In thoie dayi the TndlaYii weAe a conitant menace. She 
poiiziied the couAagz and gfvit io z&ientlal to ploneeA Hie and thuoughout heA Hietlme 
took, an active InteAZit In community aHalAi. She wai a devout membeA oi the CongAegat- 
lonal ChuAch. HeA deatli li ilnceAely mouAned by icoAzi oi iAlzndi In thli city. 

TunzAal iZAvlczi weAe held Tuziday aitZAnoon at 2:30, Rev. QlaAence CaAA oHlclatlng 
and wai attended by many iAlendi. All oi the iuAvlvlng chJldAzn wzAZ pAZiznt and In the 
zvznlng the Aemalm wzAz ihlppzd to the old home at Elk RlvzA, MN., wheAe the Intznmznt 
waj> madz Wzdnz&day In the iamlly lot whzAz io many oi hzA old tlmz iAlzndi OAZ at AZit. 
HAHKIUSOU MEWS ********** May 28, 7925 



TWFAWT PASSES AWA/ 

EtkeZ, Infant daaghtzA. o^ hUi. and HfU,. T&d BAummond o^ thi& cJMj, pa66zd away 
Sunday, ^.ay 14th, at thz H. S. Elgg6 homt. She. had fceen iai{,eju.ng ioK thxzz weefe^ . 
The. cauitZ 0({ thz baby'-& dexvUi wait tubzAcntoA Menotg-ctos. Shz wa& a Zl^ttZe. ovza a 
yexui old at the. time, o^ hex death. 

She. tejavei to mouAn hefi Z.o&i a ^atheA, motheA. and tUJO iZliteJUt, HeZen and Voaaj,. 
TaneAaZ i>eA.vA.ceM weA.e conducted at the Hen/ty S. EZggi home and at thz EvangzticaZ 
LutheAan ChuAch Tuz&day May 26th, 

Thz 4,ympathy o^ thz zntinz commuyUty goz& out to the beAzavzd {,amliy. 
HAWnWSOW NEWS «*«*«»«««« Uay 2S, 1925 

FARiWER PIES SUVVENLV 

ThzodoAZ ShaAAZA, 68, a pAominznt ^oAmeA o^ Cayuga, SaAgznt County, died luddznty 
at thz Statz PenitzntiaAy at KUmoAck Zatz TAlday a^teAnoon. 

Ua. ShoAAeA, who wai> taktng an auto touA thtough thz pfiikon. kt hz wai> Zeavtng 
thz pAl&on Hoipltal. hz wok Azlzzd wM. a {^atntlng ipeZt. Hz wa& ca/uilzd .into thz hos- 
pital but dizd Zn a (Jew mlnutzi . HZt, £on i,ai.d hz had a iAjnlioA &peXt a (Jew days ago. 

The body waa taken to Cayuga ^OK buAMiZ. 
HANKWSOhl MEWS ********** May 28, 1925 

MRS. At7AM G0T7TRIEP 

Ww . Adam Gott^ftlzd dizd at heA home In thZi city at haZ^ pa&t eleven SatuAday 
night, May 30th, a^tzA an UUnziS that extzndzd ovzA a peAlod oi 25 yeaAM . She was a 
4,u{,{ieAeA ^Aom dAop&y and had bzzn con{iZnzd to hzA bzd ^OA thz pa&t thtizz months. Shz 
madz a bAavz ilght ioA ll^z but gAadaalZy iatlzd urvUZ death ended hzA su^^f^eAtngs . 

Anniz HemmeAZing was boAn In BAuckenthaZ, AustAia, 72 yeoAS ago. TheAz shz gAeu) 
to womanhood and was maAfited to Adam Gott{^fu.zd who has been a dzvotzd husband, giving 
hzA thz tzndztzst coaz thAough the long yeoAS of^ heA Ittnzss. His one thought has aZ- 
ways bzzn ^oA hZs Invalid w^ije and his ghZel at heA passing Is pathetic. Thz couple 
had no chlZdAzn. Thz golden wedding o^ Ma. and Atw. Gott^Aled occuAAed on May 11th, 
less than a month be^oAz hex death. Thzy camz to Hanklnson 29 yzoAS ago on ApAll 25th, 
and havz bzzn AZildznts o^ Hanklnson zveA slncz. Vzczaszd leaves no neon. AeZatlves 
except the gfiZzi stAlckzn husband. 

Shz was a dzvout membzn. o^ the Catholic ChuAch and one o^ thz ChaAtzA MembeAS oiJ 
thz ChAZstian MothzA's Society. FunzAaZ szAvlczs weAZ held In St. VhJZZp's ChuAch 
Tuzsday with Reu. F^. WlZkzs In chaAgz. Many {,fUznds o^ thz family wzAZ In attzndancz. 
Thz ^alZ bzoAZAS weAZ MaAtln BommzAsbach, MaAtln HemmeAZlng, Jos. BauzA, Vetex VeFea, 
John SchilZzA and MaAtln EbznhaAdt. JnteAment was madz In CalvoAy CemzteAy. 
HANKJNSOM NEWS ********** j^^^ 4'; 7925 



FLORENCE BENNETT VROWMS TRYING TO RESCUE FRIENV 

ULii Flon.zncz Eannztt, 20, 0)$ rnoA Clalfiz CUy, SV., il&tdfi o^ Ha>6 Hyacinth Etnmtt, 
{^onmeA Hanklmon tzachzt, wcii, dJwwnzd Zn th.e. Shzyznm Ramz/l at Chaivtauqaa Vofib. nexvi VaZ- 
LzjLj City la^t fnyiday, uihiZz tfiyZng to Kucuz l.ii66 CloAo. Gotte.nbzAg, who wai, iavzd. 

Hi66 Be.nnztt, who wa6 a tzachtn. at SanboKn, W., Hii6 GotiznbzAg and (li66 Etizabzth 
HaJbn wzfiz batking and appoAzntty Hii.& CottznbzAg wa& ovzAcomz. AttAactzd by cJiiZJi , Wat- 
tzfi HottzA, JfL., of, ValZzy Cctif, who wa& bathing nzaA by, Aiiihzd up and iavzd Hi&& Gott- 
znbzAg, bat did not 4ee M-C64 Bznnztt, who had gone andzA whiZz attzmpting fLZ&cuz, 

HLi)6 Bznnztt wai ^oand a^tzA izvzaclZ nU.nutz& izoAck with gAappting hook&, and phy- 
6Z(UJini wofikzd valnty loft hat^ an hoan. tfiying to KzvZvz hzn., 

Thz body wai, ihtppzd to HarJilmon Sunday and tfLom^zAAzd {^fiom hzAZ to LidgzAuiood. 
FunzAoZ i,zA.\JA.czi wzAZ hzZd Monday. 

A SAP ACCTPEWT 

KnXhuh. Kouvtk, AbzfLCAombZz, VZzi Tnom Ryi^tz Shot 

YOUMG mU 24 YEARS OLD ACCWEKTALLY KJLLEV WHEM HUNTING CROWS 

Anthun. Kofuv-ik, 24 yza/u old, ion 0({ Atty. G. H. Konivik o^ AbzficAomb-iz, wai atcJ.d- 
zrtZZy ihot and kxltzd zaAJbj Satafiday a^tzxnoon whZZz hunting cAowi nzafi thz u-ct^ge. 

Anthun. had Zntzndzd to pZant potatozi duAtng thz a^tzftnoon and ipokz to hii (^athzn. 
o{i it. Wi. Konivik thought it too hot {^on that kind 0(J wo^ and toZd AnthuK to wait 
untiZ euen-cng and hz woutd hztp him. 

It wai thzn that AAthuA madz thz dzcliion that pfvovzd ^ataZ to him. Hz took down 
hZi 22 caZibfiz fiif^tz and wznt out to tfiy to bag a ^ew cAowi . Hz wai waZking aZong in 
thz woodi, Zooking up into thz tK.z<ii {^on. gamz, whzn hz walkzd into a itimp on Zo$ and i 
pitchzd {^onwaxd. Hii {^oKzhzad itAndz againit a tfizz, making a bad bnuuiiz, and at thz 
6amz timz thz niitz wai accidzntaZZy diidiafigzd, thz buZZzt poi-iing it/might thwugh thz 
bnain. 

Somzonz iow him ^alZ and wznt to oi^Zit him to hii ^zzt, but it wai too Zatz ^oA. hztp. 
AnthuA. had onz bAothzA, Joizph, now with thz UafUnzi in Cuba, and a AiitzA, Gznzvizvz, 
attending thz Statz TzachzAJ, CoZZzgz at Uinot. 
HANKTNSON NEWS »«•»»»*«*« j^^ jj^ J925 

MRS. MINNIE LOUEN 

M/Li. Uinnlz Lotzzn, who ^OK many yzoAi madz hzfi homz in Hankinion, dizd at St. 
FAancli HoipitaZ in BfizckznAidgz Sunday a^tzKnoon. Vzczaizd wai 6S yzoAi o^ agz and 
thz cauiz oi hzA dzath wai duz to paAoZyiii and wai lick oinZy a ^zw dayi pKion. to hzA 
dzath. 

Uinnlz Kahfi wai bofin in fOiZiz, PZatow, Gznmany on Vzc. 26th, 1S57 . In thz yzoA 
7S79 ihz wai moAAizd in GzAmany to Un.. E. KKamzA and Zivzd thzfiz ^on. a vnmbzn o{, yzoAi. 
ThfLZZ cJJLdKzn wzAz boKn to thii union. ToZZowing thz dzath oi hzA huiband, M^4. KAajTiZfi 
with hzn. thnzz ckiZdnzn, mignatzd to Arr,zni(ia and annZvzd in Hankinion in thz {^aZZ oi thz 
yzan 18SS. Thzy madz thziA. homz in Hankinion {^on a nwmbzA o^ yzoAi and ^nom hznz nzmovzd 



to E/LZckznAldge. wht/iz Ufid . lOumzA. u)a6 moAAltd to Ma.. John LotzeA. In H91. To tkii nnLon 
fyoo daaghtOA weAe boKn. 

f-lAj, . LotzeA -ci 6uAvZve,d by jj^ue cA^cken, ^ouJi ^JLhtzfUi and one bA.othzA, v-cz: Paat 
KAjmeJi, CeJitAoLicL, WA., Mti. Wm. Godzjohn, EAzc.kznAA.dgz; Ralph KAomzfi, Hankln^on; MA4 . 
E. Polckuxiatz, ElZznibuAg, WA.; M^. UoAy KuJXzA, HichLgan; Has. BzAtha Ho^znbzAAy, 
Wahpzton; MAi . MaAy Wzlnkaa^, HarmzA; MAi, Hd^^man, Gladitonz, MI.; Ua& . H. C, Ho(,{iman, 
Hankimon and CanZ KaJiA, Bfvitibh Cohmbia.. Alt o£ thz chidlAzn vozAz pAz&znt to attznd 
thz {^anzAol uxith thz zxtzption o^ M^. Polckwlatz o^ EZZzn6baAg, WA., who woi anabtz to 
come on account o^ XZtnzi>6. funzAoZ 6eA.vZcz& wzAZ hztd at thz GzAmajn. EvangzLCcoit ChoAch 
Zn HanJUmon, Wed. af^tzAnoon at 2 o'cZock, Reu. C. ObzAdoz&tzA o^^ZcMitZng. IntzAmznt 
was madz Zn thz chuAch czmzteAif. 
HANKWSON NEWS ********** j^^^ jj^ J925 

EPTCK TRITTIW VEAV 
E/Lccfe Tfiyittin, WzJit Known GAzat Bznd Rz&Zdznt 
O/AS BORN IN GREAT BENP ANP IN BCISINESS WITH HIS FATHER 

E/Ltcfe TAlttin, n , dizd o^ hzoKt {^aAMxAz at GAzat. Bznd Sunday zvznZ.ng at 8:30 PM. 
WkUiz ki& hzatth had bzzn pooA ^oA izvzfiaZ yzaA&, thz iuddzn znd wai zntUAzty unzxpzct- 
zd and came 04 a gAzat ^hock to thz community. Hz woi atonz at thz azoa oi thz bZack- 
&mlth ihop ownzd by hii, ^athzA whzn hz cottap^zd and whzn ^ound a ihoAt tbnz tatzA thz 
ApoAk 0)5 JU^z had ^Izd. 

Vzczoizd woi a 4on o^ Ua. and UAk. Choi,. TAittzn, pAomlnejnt GAzat Bznd AZiZdznti, 
and wai, boAn and AoZizd Zn that community. He wai a mzchanlc by tAadz and Zn paAtnzA- 
i>h>ip Wyith kill lathzA tn thz bZackimZtk i,hop and gaAagz at GAzat Bznd. Hz had bzzn i.n 
(^a^JLing hzaZth £oA izvzAoZ yzoAi but wai, abZz to bz about and attznd to hl& dalty dvutizi 
A.n thz ihop. Hz uxu, highly AzgoAdzd by aZZ and hli untumely dzath ca&t a paJU. oi gtoom 
ovzA thz -LittZz cJjty. 

Vzcza&zd Zd iiUAvtvzd by hZi poAzntk, onz bAoth.zA, fAzd and -iZ&tzA, lAznz. 
Thz iunZAol vxitt bz hztd today with iZAv-iczi at 1 PH at thz homz and 1:30 at thz Ev. 
LuthzAan ChuAch. Reu. T. H-cncfe wZZZ conduct thz 6ZAvtcz&. 
HAMKWSON MEWS ********** j^„^ jg^ 7925 

PR. TTMMINS SUICIDES 
TohmzA Hanktnion DzntZit Shooti HAjn6zt{, 
SOLD HIS PRACTICE HERE TO VR. THOMASON ANP LOCATEP AT COGSWELL 
Da. E. V. TZmmln^, who iold hii dzntdZ pAactZcz hzAz to Va. A. R. TfiomoiOKi, 75 
yzoAi ago, cormtttzd iuZctdz at CogiwzZZ SatuJiday by shooting kimizt^ thAough thz hzad. 
Vzipondzncy and Wi hzatth aAZ glvzn at thz Azoion. 

Va. Tljnmtm opznzd an o^iJ-cce hzAZ and wai a HankA.ni,on Az&tdznt ^OA ttio OA thAzz 
yzaAj>. In 190S hz iold oat to Va. A. R. Thoma&on and iZncz that timz ha6 bzzn Zocatzd 
at voaZouj, timzi tn CaLi^oAnla, FaAgo, Oakzi and Cog6wztt. An attack ojj imatZpox and 
tnituznza luif^zAzd a coupZz 0|J yzaA& ago Iz^t htm -in a nzAvoui condition. 

Vzcza&zd had ipznt pAacttcaZty hM> zntZAZ ti£z In NoAth Vakota. HI& iathzA, long 



sZnce. dzad, wcu> om o^ thz {^ZfUt m£AcJiayvtl> Zn thz town o^ Scuigznt itihlcJi wca a^tsA- 
u<Vid6 movzd iMO nUZu ioatk and the. namz changed to Cog&MelZ. The. eZdeA T^anmim 
located Zn SoAgznt mofie than ^onty yeoAi ago. 

Vecea&ed Z& iufivZved by hi& aged motken. and one mafuu.ed iZ&teji. The body wad 
ihyipped to FoAgo ^o^ bivujxZ. 
HMKWSON MEWS «««*»»«*», j^^^ jg^ J925 

C. W. FULLER PASSES 

WelZ Known Re&Zdent Vz&d K^teJi long lZJine&i> 

HAV BEEN AW TNVALW FOR UANY YEARS AW ENV WAS WELCOME RELIEF 

C. W. TuJUieA, 76 c/eow old and a heZplei-i ^vatid ^oK the pae>t 14 yeoAi, died at 
fuc6 home Zn tkU Cyity on F^day a{^teKnoon, June 12th, at 4:15 PM. He iu^^eAed a itnake 
oi poAaZyiZt, 14 yeaxi, ago that tef^t him a heZpteii ZnvaZid, and {^ofi the pa&t i-ix yeoAi 
he was bedAA-dden. He was a patient 4a({){e/i, bat he weZcomed the approach oi the end and 
passed peace^uJUbj away, suAAounded by the members o^ the iamiZy. 

Deceased was bon.n at Exocktofit, WT., on Aug. 13th, 1848, and was 76 yeans o^ age 
at the time o^ hZs death. He ZZved ion many yeofis at Wa/isaw, WT., and was ma/uiZed the/ie 
to UZj>s Etizabeth HenuUg Zn 1884, The iamZty came to HankZnsan 11 yeafis ago and engaged 
Zn the meAcantiZe busZness ^OA sevenaZ yeoAs. FZve chZZdA.en wexe bofin to Ufi. and Hks. 
TuZZen, thxee oi idiom aJie dead. Deceased Zs saxvZved by the wZdow, one son, Mynon and 
one daughteA, Mw. H. SoZsnud oi faZAmount. He was a kZndZy man, devoted to hZs iamZZy, 
and exhZbZted AemoAkaLZe ioAtZtu.de tknough the long yeoAS oi hZ>s ZlZness. 

FuneAoZ seAvZces wete held at the home SatuAday, Rev. C. Coaa Zn choAge. Wis. 
DahZen sang "SometZmes We WZIZ UndeAStand" and "AbZde WZth Me." The body was skipped 
to the old home at UeAAZlZ, WT., Sunday on Soo tAoZn 108. Uaj,. EuZJLeA and Has. SolsAud 
accompanied the AemaZns to theZA iZnal AestZng place Zn that cZty. 
HAhlKTNSON NEWS ********** t* j^^^^ jg^ j925 



INDEX 

Adams T5>,76 

ALbrecht 97 

AlLain 29 

ALLen 49 

ALm 94 

Anderson 72,94,133 

Atkinson ...9 

Baby 71 

Bade 97 

Bailey 154 

Baisley 48 

Baker 30,151 

Bandit 155 

Banish 98 

BardsLey 78 

Barnum 74 

BarteLL 109 

Bast 167 

Bauman 68 

Becfk 34 

Beebe 48,65 

BeLLin 52 

BenneLL 11,190 

Bensehoter 2 

Benson 120 

Berg 157 

BergLund 27 

Bernard 13 

Betz 168 

Birnbaum 158 

Bjork 159 

Black 52 

Bladow 9,19,31,37,168 

Bohn 91 

Boldt 48 

Bommersbach 28,120 

Bostrom 187 

Boterman 15^ 



to Film # 1576 - HANKINSON 

Bottke 55 

Bowman 98 

Brackin 182 

Brandt 148 

Braun 36,126 

Bresnahan 145 

Brewster 138 

Brophy 68 

Broz 186 

Bryan 1,6,13 

Brummond 189 

Bubic 168 

Buchholz 115 

Buck 14 

Budack 31,43 

Budde 16 

Budge 39 

Buisson 118 

BuLLis 77 

Buscher 187 

Butler 81 

Campbell 22 

Carey 147 

Caulkins 43,76 

Chapin 19 

Chermak 124 

Chinberg 118 

Christiansen 23 

Clark 7,13,15 

Cohen 133 

Coppin 49,146,169,182 

Corcoran 173 

Crandall 179 

Crooks 85,86 

Dahl 11,12,107,108 

Deane 16 

De Fea 26 



NEWS 

De Guba .....158 

DeMuling 31 

Dennhardt 142,144 

De Silva 1 

Dewey 147 

Diamond 30 

Dick 112,156 

Dickason 65 

Dondelinger 4,5 

Duba 28 

Ducept 109,111 

Durner 12 

Duwenhoegger 35,42 

Dwyer 105,151 

Eels 52 

Ehr 94 

Eklund 117 

Ellenbaum 20 

Ellingson 95 

Elsen 129 

Emmerson 18 

Enkers 18,49 

Erb 21 

Erdman 130 

Erickson 95 

Evans 74 

Evenson 50,135 

Falk 31,48 

Farrell 54 

Faust 45,163 

Feigner 47 

Fellbaum 33 

Felton 27 

Ferguson 57 

Fiebelkorn 114,175 

Fisher 35 

FUsram 170 



(193) 



FoeLtz 1^1 

Foertsch. , ,]52 

FoLkowski 152 

Forman 96 

Foster 121 

Franz 17 

Freischeisen 54 

Friedman 42 

Frundt 55 

FuLker 115 

FuLLer 27,192 

Gabbert 31 

Gaukler 29,99 

Gaydusek 72 

Geonschaber 1 

Geresck A9 

Gereszed 54 

Gewickey 7,13 

Gifford 180 

GiLbertson 153 

GiU 142 

GiLLes 10 

Ginsbach 134 

Gira 182 

Girodat 13 

GLander 166 

Glasner 167 

Godfrey 52 

Goeger 10 

GooLsbey 77 

Gottfried 150,184,189 

Grabowski 171,178 

Gramanz 130,140 

Grawe 41 

Gray 27 

Green 16,36,48 

Griffin 165 

Griffith 5 

Grob 172,174 



Gronlie 149 

Gronlund ,,.,..,.. 5 

Grotte 183 

Gustman 50 

Haas 171 

Hafner 77 

Hamilton 68 

Hammerlick 41 

Hanson 186 

Harding 119 

Harrington 160 

Hartleben 33 

Hartman 37 

Hawthorne 48 

Heesch 176 

Hein 28 

Heise 31 

Heitkamp 22 

Heley 35,182 

HeLL 1,6,8,13 

Hemmerling 189 

Hemrig 192 

Henderson 121 

Hendrickson 11 

Henger 28 

Hentz 11,12,44 

Herman 138 

Hermanson 141 

Herzog 32 

Hetgmanck 65 

HetLand 35 

Hettinger 64 

HiLgendorf 103 

Mimes 41 

Hinck 41,96 

Hoefs 23,43,102 

Hoffman 52,172 

Hohenstern 126,128 

Holiday 49 

Hoist 51 

(194) 



Hommie 67 

Honnen ..,,,.,,.,..,,89,90 

Horseshoe 106 

Howard 52 

Hruby 57 

Huey 3 

Hunger 4 

Hunt 179 

Hurley 1,179 

Ingerson 23 

Jacobchick 22 

Jaeger 30,114,186 

Kahnke 180 

Jahr 130,140 

Jardchefski 137 

Harr 86 

Jarski 120 

Jasmer 37 

Jentz 10,157 

Johnson 41,79,87 

Jones 1,26,159,171 

Jorgenson 13 

Jost 48,124 

Kadechka 137 

Kahr 190 

Kahler 36 

Kaiser 17 

Kane 120 

Kasa 38 

Kath 10,12,50 

Kercher 27 

Kickhofel 94 

Kieffer 19 

Kinn 38,45 

Kitchner 12 

Kjelstrup 142 

Klar 92 

Klawitter 21,23,32,33 



Klein 87 

KLemak 100 

KLimak 137 

Kluge 66 

Knaack 102 

KnechtL 147 

KoehLer 70 

Koepnick 162 

Koeppe 129,132 

KoppeLman 25 

Korsvik 190 

Korth 4 

Kramer 190 

Krause 21,40,50,163 

KreiseL 158 

Kressin 28 

Kretchman 27 

Kriz 69 

Krueger 17,172 

Krump 4,5 

KuehL 130 

Kuehn 47 

KuhLwein 45,54 

Kutter 47 

Latnar 87 

Lambert 12 

Lange 87 

Larson 61,125 

Lauppe 104 

Lea 103,150 

Leavitt 20,21,46 

Lee 9,44,50,70 

Leist 168 

Lenz 52 

Lenzen 28,188 

Leshovsky 102 

Lien 48 

Linehan 31,173 

Lingen 22 

Lipovsky 10 



Lisk 117 

Lorenz 160 

Lotzen 190 

Lovett 188 

Lubenou 51,66,109 

Ludquist 186 

* see page 197 

Maas 3,179 

MacheeL 121,134 

MackeLson 117 

Marsh 99,181 

Marquardt 11,154 

Mathieson 10 

Martin 47 

Matejeck 12 

Mauer 40,110 

Mc Carten 105 

Mc earthy 39 

Mc DonaLd 36,126 

Mc Gray 113,147 

Mc Hugh 2 

Mc Kinnon 32 

Mc Morrow 83 

Mead 114 

MedenwaLdt 18,31,37 

46,112,141 

MeLby 143 

MeLchert 162 

MeLLand 174 

Merrifield 186,188 

Meyer 11,45,161 

Milbrandt 37 

Miller 40,125 

Milman 81 

Minnehan 22 

Mitchell 77,130 

Mittag 17,82 

Moanklam 170 

Metis 49,124,166 

Mourer 46,150 

Muehler 14,45,46 

(195) 



Mueller 22 

Murray 30,34 

Myhra 1,170 

Nelson 18,59,94 

Neumann 4,157 

Nims 18 

Novetzke 30,34 

Nurnberger 127 

Nuse 100 

OdelL 20,23 

Officer 128 

Ogle 29 

Olds 57 

Olson 46,61,182,186 

Oscarson 70 

Ostby 151,175,176 

Ovind 58 

Oxness 89,90 

Pahl 38 

Pankow 112 

Pasbrig 136 

Patterson ...2,26,101,166 

Paulson 49 

Pavek 33 

Pederson 68 

Peitz 20,23,30 

Pelzel 28 

Permontgen 17 

Perry 67 

Peterson 159,171 

Petrick 14 

Petterson 179 

Phillips 133 

Pick 160 

Pieckard 86 

Pielke 57 

Pierce 4 

Pietz 173,177 



Plant 159 

Poh L 47 

Polda 28,77 

Polfuss 9,19 

Ponath 9,157 

Popp 40 

Posta 184 

Power 167 

Pn'bbernow 69 

Price 60 

Propp 145 

Prushaw 180 

Putney 50 

Putz 145 

Quarrum 140 

Rackow 118,135 

Radke 31 

RadLoff 10 

Rafferty 167 

Raming 17 

Rasmussen 71 

Rathgerber 43 

RatzLaff 50 

Reinke 134 

Reisdorfer 22 

RempLe 24,26,59 

Renner 171 

Resener .....135 

Rettig 28,35,85 

Richards 99 

Ridderbush 28 

Riddle 183 

RirnelL 25 

Ringslanger 58 

Robinson 106 

Roeder 9,A2 

Rosenblum 26 

Rosnow 33 

Ross 25 



Rossow 21 

Rest 41 

Rowland 105 

Ruben 26 

Rubish 131 

Rust 115,121 

Ryan 140 

SagvoLd 9 

Sauer ....46 

Saule 50 

Saxvik 57 

Schaffer 151 

Scheller 51,110 

Schemmel 149 

Schenck 11,20 

Schiltz 19,64 

Schlener 17 

Schmitt 66 

Schmitz 12 

Schneller 141 

Schramm 38 

Schroeder 142 

Schultz 25,43,153 

Sedler 46 

Seiner 52,153 

Severtson 54 

Sharper 189 

Shelley 163 

Shuman 101 

Siense 16 

Simmons 19 

Simpson 34 

Skeletons 67,70 

Smart 89 

Smith 52,100 

Spencer 128 

Sprague 50 

Stabback 156 

Stack 20 

Steele 89 

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Stein 29 

Steman 81 

Stern 132 

Steyens .•.v,,^ ,„,,,, ,53 

Stewart 28 

Stienke 109 

Stier 97 

Stiles 138 

Stone 87 

Stopelman Ill 

Storey 43 

Strache 137 

Strege 46 

Strubel 16,136 

Success 32 

Swanson 71 

Talcott 89 

Taucher 137 

Terhaar 4 

Tew 146 

Theede 181 

Thiel 22,172,187 

Thomas 17,132,151 

Thompson 153 

Tibbitts 89 

Tiegs 31,50 

Tillisch 174,178 

Timmons 191 

Townsend 99 

Trapp 134 

Tritten 191 

Tubbs 22,24,59 

Tulloch 2 

Tweeter 96 

Tyler 155 

Tyson 33,80,82 

ULrich 61,114 

Umbreit 174 

Underwood 81,82 



Vafed 73 

Van HiLLs 171 

VapLon 153 

Vedder 31,42 

Vick 2 

Voeltz 47,100 

WahLer 32 

Walker 170 

WaLLace 127 

WaLLoch 33 

Wanek 12 

Ward 49 

Wawers 44 

Weatherbee 91 

Webster 121,148 

Wegner 61 

Weis 10 

Weiser 106 

Westhouse 147 

Westlander 3 

WestphaL 9,113,175 

White 73,164 

Wiar 49 

Wienkauf 51 

Wilder 20,21 

Wilke 141 

Willprecht 43,45 

Wilson 1,29 

Winefeldt 43 

Winter 22 

Wipperman 39,166 

Wirtz 44 

Witt 1,2,97,175,176 

Witte 43,111 

Wolf 89,90,92,129 

Wolwend 85 

Woods 129 

WooLson 169 

Worner 18,101 



Wray 63 

Wrege 20 

Wurl 14 

Zander 41,52 

Ziegelman 68,87,148 

Zill 41 

Zillgitt 139 

Zimmerman 109 



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