Spirit Lake Beacon Newspaper Archives Oct 31 1918, Page 8

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Spirit Lake Beacon (Newspaper) - October 31, 1918, Spirit Lake, Iowa Milford or and mrs gun Murray Are enjoying a visit from or Mother of Date Orville Murray Heldridge is Tak Pete Sitler has purchased the old Blacksmith shop of a Spangle for Merly owned the Meyerdirk Bros and took Possession the first of the week he needs no into Luction hav been employed in the shop for the last two Yea Sand is Well known in this Vicinity or and1 mrs j d Livingston and or and mrs l p mitts received the overseas cards of their sons Guy Liv Ingston and Roy arid Herbert mitts the first of the week the family of Frank Rice and b f Lebeck Are suffering from the Al mrs Thome is earing for the rus Aell Jones family this week Milford High school foot Ball team plays Spencer Friday afternoon miss Vira Doolittle left wednes Day afternoon for an extended visit at the e l Jones Home at Ryegate Montana she will also visit at Dif Ferent Points in Washington and Ore gon with friends or and mrs j s Winton received the overseas card of their son John Winton tuesday of this week Forrest Jones of it Dps Moines and miss Leona Meister of Chicago came Friday to attend the funeral of Clifford Jones saturday ing care of the Bank mrs Lyle Aitchison is making her husband in Minneapolis a Short visit Emma Matthiessen is caring for the Post office in her absence the red cros3t will meet on next tuesday at in their work rooms at the Schodl houses election of officers and assignment of work a Good attendance very much de sired Elmer Ofarrell and Harvey Hend Erson returned from their South Dakota trip before they had completed their journey they found the influenza very bad and or Ofarrel took a bad cold they returned by train Only going As far As Aberdeen Jim Hanson who accompanied them re in nine there miss Alice Ofarrell is spending a few Days with the e e Ofarrell family she is spending the Winter with her sister mrs Orville Donald son and attending school at Milford perhaps no family in the Park having the flu has been missed so much As the Shoemakers most every family from grandma to the baby miss them because they run the milk Wagon we understand they will be on duty again in a few Days Helen Henderson daughter of Elmer and Anna Henderson died at her Home in Brookport Illinois re Etters How is that forsaking the most of things Tell everybody to write and please enclose a Sheet of stationery and a envelope i had a Fine letter from Sis and dad is great at it he sends a whole Book in his letters have a boil on my left hand a great wound for a Soldier supposed to be fighting the huns dont you think i suppose that some of the boys Are Over Here by now and it would be some treat to see them one never realized what Home and friends Are until he gets Here and it will do us a Heap of Good they say the army makes tramps of the boys but i dont believe it my rambling away Miles from Home to Hunt for r n i i 1000 work is finished Orville and Lou Donaldson and mrs Flo Donaldson were guests at the Clinite Home at Estherville tuesday even mfr corp Earl Miguel co m 359 inf a e f Floyd Miguel writes that he is rated in a very Nice place and appreciates it after sleeping on hard Pine boards on the Way Over i am not getting much meaning out of the French Lingo but will try to pick up a few words o try out on you when or and mrs let a letter from their at Camp Pike last week stating Fiat he was to be transferred East and expected to go overseas at once but this week they received another let Ter telling them tha he was quaran ined for the measles and of course would remain at Camp Pike for the present Lawrence very fortunately escape i the influenza friends Here were very much grieved last saturday to hear that Milton Cresap who for Many years resided Here with his parents had passed away at Camp Forrest a following a severe illness of influenza and pneumonia or and mrs j f Cresap and family moved from Here to Granton Wisconsin two years ago Milton came Back and was employee by j h Johnson West of town at the time he was called for military service at Granton having registered there Milton had Many friends Here who sincerely mourn his death we join the Many friends of the family in extending our sympathy to or i Kendall is suffering from a severe attack of the flu or and mrs we Terry Are rejoicing Over the arrival of a Fine at their Home october 24 girls and to she will be known to Many few years friends or miss Lillian Maxine e l Blessing arrived from Camp live the slav the remains of Joe hoesch arrived last Mon Lav and were Briod at the family bin Vino a tonal it rho Milford cemetery tuesday at 10 Oclock or and mrs Henry Morita me the proud parents of a Fine Bov who arrived at their Home last tues Lav Toyiel Torstenson Camf the inter part f the week from Mexico to where he is attending school and in the training Camp or and mrs d t Emerson of Spencer were called last week by the serious illness of their cd auth Ter mrs r a Peters n who had an attack of pneumonia but is improving at present or and mrs Wilbur Holroyd of Grniet Tinsler and Adam Holroyd of Kellerton 1 a came to attend the funeral of their sister mrs Levi Bair mrs John Blake returned from Audubon wednesday where she was called to attend the funeral of a Sis Ter or Meister has been spending the last it of her Dahl her mrs Clit re Jones help ing care for the family who have been suffering from an attack of the influenza and pneumonia or and mrs Todd of Sibley visited at the Home of their daughter mrs will Turnbull Chas Kumzak came Home from Sanborn the first of the week where he has just finished decorating and painting a residence miss Edna Tabor went to Soo City to spend some time with her Siste miss Abbie who has had a fall Anil injured her Arm Harry hoesch of Minneapolis and mrs John Gallaghar of Princeton Minnesota were orests it the Homes of their Sisters mrs w a Dewey find mrs de Gallaghar last week they were to the funeral of their brother Joe hoesch who died of pneumonia during the gently of pneumonia following the influenza she was a child f seven when her parents left Here and was Twenty four at the time of her death she had been for some years a teach in her Home school the sym Lake Park or and Virs we Meyers went to Heron Lake Minn tuesday to attend he Sale of Alfred Meyers at that place d j Flint an wife have become of Lake Park again having moved if from the l Dierks farm East of town and taking up their res Dence in the Stockdale Home Rev 0 frerking and family left on tuesday for their new charge at Randolph going by Auto misses Hazel an Hattie Smith arc ionic from Vermillion s d where they have been attending school while the quarantine is on mrs Lida Breffle and daughter Faith returned monday from Fairfax Minnesota where she had been to vis it her son Walter she reports him As slowly convalescing of thai iks we wish to Thlik the i Many for their Many Dur o ing the sickness and death of our be loved wife daughter and sister Harry v Brown and family w h Cameron mrs j f longer j card of thanks or and mrs e l family desire to thank those who so assisted them in the recent bereavement and for the Beautiful e l Sullivan and family Pathy of their Many friends in this Community will go out to the bereaved family they have lost two grown girls and their eldest boy in the last years school is expected to open next monday november 4th the Little son of state historian Harlan while spending few Days with mrs Sharp was taken sick with the influenza he was Well cared for by mrs Sharp until his father came for him last saturday mrs a g Sharp closed the log and her Home last wednesday h jew Tuluo we j i i get Home i Learned some Good news the bereaved ones he leaves to today folks i Learned that wave is mourn his loss his parents or and about eight Miles from Here i also mrs j f Cresap his Sisters Estella Learned where the 90th division is and and mar of Granton Wisconsin a i am going to find Hugh if possible is France an we All received our tin hats today and they Are some lids will make a real Nice Wash dish at that How is my Little Bungalow coming dont suppose the porch has Ever been fixed Well just leave it go and i will fix it up when we get thru with old Fritz j the Little daughter of or and mrs there is not much that i can write will Alberts has been quite ill with about Mother but i want you to tonsillitis but is reported better no that i am feeling Fine As Ever Chas Renftle has been on the sick list the past week a Beautiful woman do you know that a Beautiful woman always has a Good digestion u your digestion is faulty eat lightly of was sick at the Merton Rowe Home j Mcgrew s pharmacy he was Able to return Home with her the last of the week Milo Emerson came Home from Mankato where he has been attending College and will remain until school brother Daniel who is in France an other sister mrs e l Richards of Greenfield Wisconsin m a Cavanaugh has been transferred from Camp Gordon Georgia to new York and will leave immediately for overseas reopens the h a Dickinson h Allen to Wood Christenson and Geo Reed fam lies have nearly every member of he family sick with Minuen Zahl the 3ast week Chas Rowe went to Sioux City Yast thursday mrs Rowe had so far re overed her operation As to be Able to company her husband to David there their children were being cared we certainly get Fine eats Here our r table is solid ground and we sit Down miss Mabel Tuttle was a anywhere outside the Kitchen to eat our grub not much like putting my feet under hat old round table at Home suppose dad is still plugging away it uni loins ships wish i could hear guest at Home miss Gertrude Bierman has been numbered among the sick again the past week mrs Judson Klein was a guest of and will remain in spirit Lake for a time after which she will go to min Neapolis for the Winter from him now Mother whatever h Barents or and mrs l e Tuttle i 1 in lit i you do dont worry about us i or mrs Ben Reed an children Aid there the sugar restrictions Are to be Stul More rigid fortunately there Are those of us who found some of the Good old fashioned sorghum made in the Good old fashioned Way the Only difference Between it and the lasses of our childhood is that it was a necessity then at 35c per Gal Lon now it is a luxury at per gallon mrs Paul Miller left tuesday for an extended visit with her parents at Charels City mrs geos walk and mrs Harry tech giant were dinner guests at the Home of or and mrs Bruce Root Friday evening mrs Rob Hall and mrs Paul Miller were shopping in Milford Friday Albert Kane and family of san born Iowa who have been in a cot Tage at Terrace Park recently rented one of or lawlers cottages the change was made on account of the wave Miguel writes that he has i will assist in Corn husking been sick but is now out of the hos Dorothy Willmore has fully recon Metal he says All the boys that i ered from her recent illness Snow have gone on and they held me mrs Ned Percival went to Spiri out an ten others that have trades Jake monday evening for a visit a i sure hated to be left behind but the Home of her parents or and mrs Vou have o do As you Are told in the Dillon do you hear from Floyd and j Send me their address so i write them and that will help f Vick is installing a new elec Light Plant in his garage her some say Mother you Light n g garage Ere at will Neil expects to furnish nights for the would laugh town the win be a great Conven Dence properties priced right on very reasonable terms Well located might consider some Trade James Rake Detroit Minn 14tf steam heated rooms Fob and free use of per week Antlers the Bath hotel for thoroughbred Duroc boars four farm Ciarea Lake Side farm phone 347 to see some of the Bank notes Over hence for thai town Here they look cigarettes but Clement Jordan was in spirit Lake for by relative while mrs Rowe was n the Hospital mrs Rowe will re main there for some time till she re gains her former strength or Rowe returned this week Everett Emerson is reported As sick with the influenza this week is Tomford has been quite ill with influenza born to or and mrs Horace Wood ivies Day october 24th a son Robert and Elmer Long of Hamp ton visited atthe Jas Welch Home last week from tuesday till thurs Day the former is father to mrs Welch and the latter is a brother Frank Blair and Earle Sloan spent saturday at spirit Lake on business mrs 0 Christopherson and Daugh Ter mrs Earle Rowe spent Friday at Estherville with friends a c Wilson went to Hartley sat Grady on business returning Home on monday Frank Doty is stil quite ill with the influenza his wife and babe Are Al so quite ill mrs Merton Rowe returned Satur for Ford touring car in Good condition will take Liberty Bonds phone 82 or write Box 183 spirit Lake Iowa 5ztt for bred Buff Orpington cockerel extra Good c Malmgren 2 is moles West of spirit Lake for rooms in quire of mrs or Ibach 50tf original notice in the District court of the state of and for Dickinson county november Terra j91rhodes plaintiff is l Heine Finger Eto Heffelfinger you Are hereby notified the petition of the plaintiff in the above entitled cause is now on file in the office of the clerk the District court of the state of Iowa in and for Dickinson county claiming of you the sum Feigh Tonine and 85100 s8035 dollars Money As justly due from you and interests thereon at 8 per cent from the 3rd Day of May a d 1916 said sum being claimed by plaintiff As by Russu Jonii of Protti Sory id note being dated May 3rd 1916 and very bad the hang Clement Jordan was in spirit mrs Merton owe returned Satur interest thereon said petition also alleges that Vul Art Flipp me tuesday filling out his questionnaire from Sioux City where she re defendant is a nonresident the state of there Are tots of things Chas Wolf and j j Era were Busi gently underwent an operation her you Butchey will iness visitors in spirit Lake tuesday husband went Over too Tion Issue pet Back Home Derain and mrs l e Tuttle received a most the presbyterian people received c wont that be a great time when we Beautiful patriotic sofa Pillow frqm1 their pews for the North Side of the and unless you anode fed til vet there i her son Lawrence at Camp Pike it audience room last Friday and Hope before next private Walter wave Miguel is indeed a Beautiful souvenir in t1nnp Camp Pike a a r d co 17 inf Al those in town who Are afflicted a e f France with influenza Are getting along very mrs Mildred Ofarrell returned nicely and As no new cases have de from Rochester last Friday where she eloped it is thought the disease is has been for medical treatment for Funy under control the past seven weeks for several to soon have them in place ready to court which convenes at the court House in use when the time comes to hold serv ices again entered aft inst you and judgment and decree monday 524 h e Narby attorney for plaintiff ears she has been troubled with trip to France Meyerdirk Bros moved into their new shop this week their shop is one of the finest in the Northwest mrs c w Kniss visited her father p Sitler at the Chas Templeton Home last week she left for Des Moines Friday where her husband is located at Camp Dodge miss Marie Herbster is at Home this week during vacation she will begin teaching again monday Noor health of mrs w m Throat stricture gradually growing worse until she could hardly Swallow liquids the treatment has been so successful that she can eat and Swal of an thine and her specialist prom ses the Complete recovery of her wealth mrs Ofarrell is very enthusiastic Over this wonderful ins Titu Arnolds Park Roy Davis of Morris Minnesota has left his farm and taken up his residence in the Park having bought a Home near Bis parents he had a double purpose in moving Here that of giving his children the Benefit of a god school and so going into the Dray and Auto service with his father am brother mrs Glen Gulliver went to her parents in Lake City list monday in response to a message that her Bill her Hii Boon killed in France some of the belated summer re Sorters who have been daring the weather have waited a Little too Long among them Are or and mrs gee from Moberly to who thought they would enjoy the Nice weather just a Little longer when driving on the in Ravel roads about the lakes people Are Apt to forget the dirt roads away from Here Kansas a daughter of or Kane but she was unable to undergo the change and was taken ill Friday morning at 4 Oclock and passed away shortly after the remains were taken to her childhood Home at Primghar for burial some or Bettice and t m Jones of Spencer were fishing for Pike in Lake Okoboji one Moonlight night last week with the result that or Bettice carried Home Tentone and or Jones nine mrs m a Brosius will close the Lincoln Park House this week she will spend some time visiting with friends at Arnolds Park and spirit Lake miss Margaret Unger will vis it friends at Swea City later they will go to Cherokee where they will spend the Winter i m j Olson and a party of friends from Des Moines Are spending a few Days at his cottage on Sunset Beach anything Uncle Sam says goes but we dont Klie that new freight train in place of the passenger train thatt we have been getting used to for Chen five years mrs Gibson and her daughter mrs Tom Olson were in the Park on wednesday of last week letting the Butler House ready to live in this Winter Clinton Murray and family who have Lac been camping All summer on Henderson farm East of town into the Burk House in the Ion Montgomery Ickinson i West part of town just before the Snow storm the following Are extracts from the Miguel boys letters somewhere in Earle writes that he has been Over the top in a five Days Battle his let Ter of september 24h says they Are Back in the trenches enjoying peaceful clays after an experience that he will never forget he says he wishes the one Hundred and thirty boys from Home could have been with him i never realized what a Friend w f Vick and Clarence Mcpike vere Lake Park visitors saturday or and mrs g w Chapman Are agin ble to be around after their re cent severe illness Leo Johnson North of town has been very ill with influenza or and mrs Waldo Dierks announce the arrival of a daughter on monday october 28 1918 or and mrs Geo Ankeny received letter from their son Burley who is at Camp Jackson South Carolina he has fully recovered from the influenza and is getting along very nicely now mrs John Brown returned Home on thursday evening from Marshalltown where she was called by the serious illness and death of her father or Bence mrs Goodman of Sibley came on monday evening for a visit at the Home of her daughter mrs Fred Ihorn mrs Eldridge of Dows came last thursday for a visit with her Daugh Ter mrs e l Sullivan and to attend the funeral of her grandson George e Sullivan or and mrs j w England and or and mrs Thos Matheson were spirit Lake visitors tuesday mrs Mary Lyon of Cedar rapids came i inlay evening for a visit with her parents or and mrs j Greger son and brother s c Gregerson and family or and mrs John Brown received word from their son Warren Brown county i am a candidate for reelection to the office of Ujj for 2 o publican ticket o n the above was written saturday when there was several inches of Snow on the ground the weather Man is about As fickle As some other people today monday the Snow is All gone and it looks As Tho the re porters in rat come Back for a months fishing and Hunting and even bathing he w c t u will net with mrs a o Stevens on thursday afternoon november 7th every Wom Arnolds Park ins n special invitation the work this coming year v Benlor the res of War Wou we wish to thank the neighbors who so kindly assisted us in our late Mother Earth could be to one i like at Camp Dodge who has been ill u it in fact it is in my ears hair and in the Hospital 11 All Over me living in the trenches by improving and will is a great life three of us have a Hole dug in the Side of the Trench and that is our sleeping apartment we pile in the shortest one first and it is All Fine and Dandy once every so often a pile of Clay Falls on our faces Able to get out of the Hospital in about a week mrs Ida Castleton and daughter of Estherville who have been nursing in the g w Chapman and Roy Ali arts Home returned to spirit Lake monday but we dont mind that the most pavement or and mrs Alberi Kane Achie Robb is at present in train Iraq Camp Taylor Kentucky Jasper Alexander is a lieutenant in France tuesday evening november 5 a 8 Rock Ernest j Powell will give the owning number of our Midland lec Furg coarse the Only lecture on the he comes very let us i give him Mcgorrisk went to number course Kohly re communed n Ood House in up one Geo Ankeny was a spirit Lake j is to see How Lile an i visitor tuesday i t men Are when they hear i or and mrs l e Tuttle have been i Bullet or shrapnel coming and Duck id Vised that their son Elmer is re her leads still leaving their whole Ozevina nicely from his recent be came Home of Ifni body exposed we were five Days the top and i am glad i am Here Mother to write you these few lines amp Dodsie on a furlough being called Home by the death of illness Henry Sullivan the duties of my office prohibit my taking the Titie to make a Canvas of the county therefore i take this method of asking for h your support at the polls on nov s 1918 g thanking you for past favors and hoping to receive your future support i am very truly yours 6 d o have seen things that i never even dreamed of seeing we were a pret y tired and ragged Bunch when it was Over for the first few Days but we Are getting patched and also washed up a Little the majority of threw away everything but our shooting Irons and ammunition and n the excitement one forgets he is hungry until he has gone about 48 hours you will have to share this Tetter for i am Short of stationery t have been answering most of my friends letters on the backs of their his brother George e at Newport new Virginia or and mrs Geo Ankeny have received another letter from their son Homer who is in France he is troubled with hoarseness since going across but feels Fine and is getting along nicely he and Edward Kuhl Man have met since they Are in Francel or and mrs Roy Alberts have both been confined to their Beds with influenza but both Are recovering now county treasurer i o n

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