Lyman County, South Dakota  Genealogy

Lyman County Argus Leader - 1919

Oacoma, South Dakota F.W. Fulford, publisher

Oldest Newspaper in Lyman County


Data extracted by barbara stallman-speck  

 

 Indexed  03 Mar 2010   


 

 

Name  Topic
   

89th  Div.

The 89th Div., which included many Lyman County men, has been honored by Commander-in-Chief, Gen. Pershing, who stated,  “Soldiers of all divisions under the First, Third and Fifth Corps of the 89th Div – you will all be long-remembered for your stubborn persistence, your storming of obstinately defending machine guns nests; your penetration, yard by yard, of woods and ravines and your heroic resistance in the face of counter attacks.”  More.   Apr. 17, 1919  

 Albert

Otto Albert, living at Dupree this past summer, came down Wednesday to visit his parents and friends for a few weeks. He left Dupree Monday morning and reached Oacoma Wednesday afternoon, traveling all the way by Milwaukee train   Nov 28 1919

Anderson

Annabelle Anderson died a few days ago was the report received here.  Jan. 30, 1919

Anderson

Frank Anderson, Joe Cannon, Theodore Nelson and John McCoy have also returned from France.   June 19, 1919

Andese

A little boy was born to Mr. and Mrs.  Glen Andese Presho  Jan. 16, 1919

Armstrong

The two little Armstrong children, living with their aunt, Mrs. Cora M. Miller, west of Iona, went to Oacoma by stage Monday where they were met by their father who took them to  to his home in Iowa.   Jan. 30, 1919

Auld

Mrs. Agnes E. Auld and Mrs. M.Q. Sharpe went to Plankinton Tuesday to attend the funeral of  Mr. O.P. Auld, brother of the late I.N. Auld.   May 8, 1919  

Authier

Joe Authier of Vivian was thrown from his horse Saturday and dislocated his knee joint, but is able to be around with the aid of a crutch. Sept. 4, 1919

Bacon

 A beautiful life flitted from our midst Tuesday, Aug. 12 when death claimed the life of Lucretia, wife of James P. Brewster of near Iona, She was born Lucretia Bacon at Ashtabula, Ohio June 24, 1845 and was married Nov. 28, 1869. In the eve of the sunset of her happy wedded life she was about to round out her Golden Jubilee of marriage when the angel of death sang her requiem. More.   Aug. 21, 1919

Ballingal

Lyndsay Deasley Ballingal and Miss Grace Estella Iseminger were united in marriage Saturday afternoon, Sept. 6, 1919, attended by Mr. and Mrs.  H. Sheldon Iseminger whose 10th anniversary was also on that same day. Long interesting story. Sept. 18, 1919   

Banwart

Harry Banwart, Vivian, was recently discharged from the army.had been to France.  May 8, 1919 

Barlow

Lost -  E.A. Barlow lost his Knights Templar watch charm. He has worn it for over 30 years and will give a nice reward for its return   May 1, 1919 

Barrett

Letter from Engelbert Barrett of Draper from Camp Mills, NY dated Nov. 1, 1918, to “mother and all.   Jan. 2, 1919

Bartine

Mrs. J.G. Bartine found the gold watch she lost in her garden three years ago. The watch was only damaged by the scratch from the plow.   May 1, 1919 

Bice

Joseph Bice returned Saturday evening from services overseas. June 4, 1919

Bierman

Miss Zelma Kimmerling of Vivian and Frank Bierman of Roscoe were united in marriage at the ME church in Vivian last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Cleo Kemerling and Albert Sayler were witnesses. More.   Mar. 6, 1919

Boal

Ray M. Boal arrived at Vivian last week from New York where he has been since arriving from a hospital in France where he saw over six months of active duty on the Argonne Field.. He is the first Vivian boy to return home from France.   Apr. 17, 1919  

Boal

A  dau was born at the Vivian home of Mr. and Mrs.  Hugh Boal last week. May 29, 1919 

Boal

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Boal of Vivian are parents of a son born Friday night.  Nov. 6, 1919

Bobblediker

The surprise dance at Bobblediker’s at Kennebec was well attended and a good time is reported.   July 31, 1919

Bode

Atty. H.L. Bode and wife of Murdo are here, called by the death of her sister, Alice Hansen.   Apr. 17, 1919  

Boe

Pvt. Chris Boe received his discharge from Camp Funston last Monday. He had been in the service about seven months. Two of his brothers are still in France.  Feb 13, 1919

Bohannan

Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Bohannan are rejoicing over the arrival of a daughter, Melba Gale, born Sept. 30.   Oct. 16, 1919  

Boland.

A baby girl came to gladden the hearts of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boland, born at the home of Mrs. Boland’s parents at North McGreagor, Iowa, Monday, May 26.  May 29, 1919 

Bolton

Mrs. John T. Bolton Jr. returned last Thursday from her father's burial in Buffalo, N.Y.  Nov. 20, 1919

Bond

News was reached at Iona of the marriage of Norman Bond to Miss Sara Rose, June 14. They will live on his claim east of the river.    July 17, 1919 

Bonson

F.I. Sheffer has begun erecting a fine new home north of the Christian church in Oacoma. He has also purchased the John Bonson residence north of the railroad tracks thus showing his faith in Oacoma’s future. Mr. and Mrs.  Sheffer came to Oacoma more than 25 years ago and when they disposed of their farm a few weeks ago they could have gone whither they would, but chose to remain among their old friends and familiar surroundings.   Aug. 28, 1919

Boyle

A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. O.C. Boyle at Vivian last week.  May 8, 1919 

Boyles

Mr.  E.W. Boyles received a message Friday telling of the death of his father at Yankton. Jan. 9, 1919

Boyles

Cards were received at Oacoma Monday announcing the marriage of Miss Alvina, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  John Schatz, American Falls, Idaho, to Louis Albert Boyles of Oacoma, at her parent’s home in American Falls. More.     July 17, 1919 

Boyles

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Boyles are very happy because a daughter was born to them Nov. 19 at the Chamberlain San.   Nov. 20, 1919

Brave

 

The Fort Lookout Post Office is located on Ben Brave's place 10 miles north of Oacoma and 15 miles southeast of Reliance

Brewster

A beautiful life flitted from our midst Tuesday, Aug. 12 when death claimed the life of Lucretia, wife of James P. Brewster of near Iona, She was born Lucretia Bacon at Ashtabula, Ohio June 24, 1845 and was married Nov. 28, 1869. In the eve of the sunset of her happy wedded life she was about to round out her Golden Jubilee of marriage when the angel of death sang her requiem. More.   Aug. 21, 1919

Brookens

Born to Mr.and Mrs. Lester Brookens of Kennebec, a boy. Lester is grinning ear to ear.

Brown

The Francis family now occupies the building vacated by F.E. Brown who has moved his real estate office to the Casey Building on Main Street. June 26, 1919

Calanan,

Harry Calanan, cashier at the Vivian State Bank, and Miss Nele Thill were married last Saturday evening by Rev. Ennis. Feb. 6, 1919

Caldwell

William Iron Elk, Clarence Caldwell and Albert Rencountre have returned from several months service overseas. Wm returned to Flandreau to resume his studies  May 29, 1919 

Cannon

Claud J. Cannon, Co. K 70th Infantry, from Iona, was recently discharged at Camp Funston. Lloyd Nelson and Mervin Felton, Iona boys from the same camp also returned home to visit.   Mar. 20, 1919

Cannon

Frank Anderson, Joe Cannon, Theodore Nelson and John McCoy have also returned from France.   June 19, 1919

Cannon

Miss Blanche Cannon and Aug Kaufman of Hamill were married June 4.  June 19, 1919

Casey

Paul Vincent Casey was b. last week to Mr. & Mrs.  L.W. Casey at Atlantic, Ia.Feb 13, 1919

Casey

J.F. Casey of Vivian left for Atlantic, Iowa in response to a message telling of the death of his brother, P.A. Casey, at a Chicago hospital   Apr. 17, 1919  

Casey

The marriage of Miss Gertrude Casey of Atlantic, Iowa and H.  Boyd Holmes of Vivian was solemnized at Atlantic Tuesday morning June 3. Mrs. Holmes is a sister to the messrs Casey of Vivian. More.   June 12, 1919 

Casey

Mr. and Mrs.  J.F. Casey of Vivian are the parents of a baby boy born Sunday. July 24, 1919

Clelland

Pvt. Ray Clelland is home from Camp Funston on a thirty-day furlough. Feb 27, 1919

Clelland

The bridge crew for the new bridge at the White river arrived Friday and is ready to go to work. Mrs. Ray Clelland arrived last Thursday from Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Clelland plan to make their home here. She is a war bride. Her husband found her at Camp Funston.   Apr. 17, 1919  

Colgan

Miss Alice Ann Colgan and Mr. Warren M. Zickrick sprang quite a surprise on their many friends yesterday when they were united in marriage at the home of the groom’s brother, Carl, at Murdo. They will be at home in Todd County near Eli, Neb. Apr. 17, 1919  

Coon

Weyland Coon of Vivian was pleasantly surprised by his little boy friends last Saturday afternoon in honor of his 9th birthday.   Feb. 6, 1919

Corkill

Mrs. Bert E. Corkill of Presho died Saturday from influenza.  Feb 27, 1919

Cosgrove

It has been reported that the little boy who has been seriously ill with diphtheria at the Cosgrove home is recovering, but it is feared his brother may coming down with the same thing.   Dec. 25, 1919 

Cote

A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.  Louis Cote of Iona Wednesday of last week. May 15, 1919

Cote

The infant son of Mr. and Mrs.  Louis Cote of Vivian died at their home last Wednesday afternoon. Buried in Catholic cemetery at Presho  May 29, 1919 

Cotton

Marie Cotton and Earl Halligan of Iona were married at Burke July 5 and will live on Mr. Halligan’s claim near White River.     July 17, 1919 

Cullen

Home talent play, titled “When the Red Cross Calls,” will be presented at Reliance. The cast includes: Grace Donnelly, Rose Kavanaugh, Florence Dirks, Othelia Hansen, Mayetta Donelan, Naomi and Dale Juelfs, Mamie Cullen, Robert Martin, Vern Welsh and Jonas Yontz. Proceeds go toward furnishing the new Catholic church. Apr. 17, 1919  

Darling

Dan Darling has arrived in Presho with his immigrant car and will locate on the Goldsmith farm two miles north of town.  Feb 27, 1919

Davis

Sons were born Mar. 21 to Mr. and Mrs.  George Kenzy and Mr. and Mrs.  Bud Davis, at Iona.

Davis

George Davis and family had a mighty funny experience Sunday while driving on the road south of Reliance to the White River. They encountered a mound of dirt created by a hillside falling off. George drove onto it and became high-centered. George used a fence post to move the rear end over the hump and in doing so, the car rolled freely and went over a 70-80 foot drop. Fortunately, his wife and children had gotten out of the car. More.  June 4, 1919      

DeSmet

A baby boy gladdened the home of Mr. and Mrs. Moses DeSmet of Ft Hale. July 17, 1919 

Dill

J.O. Dill has been awarded the contract to carry mail between Pukwana and Platte at $3,900.00 per year. Aug. 28, 1919

Dillon

Miss Gladys Dillon, youngest daughter of John and Ada Dillon of Kennebec, was married at Casper, Wyo., a few days ago to Earl Risher. July 24, 1919

Dillon 

Miss Lurene Dillon, Vivian and Martin B. King, Chamberlain were married Monday evening.    Nov. 28, 1919 

Dirks

Home talent play, titled “When the Red Cross Calls,” will be presented at Reliance. The cast includes: Grace Donnelly, Rose Kavanaugh, Florence Dirks, Othelia Hansen, Mayetta Donelan, Naomi and Dale Juelfs, Mamie Cullen, Robert Martin, Vern Welsh and Jonas Yontz. Proceeds go toward furnishing the new Catholic church. Apr. 17, 1919  

Dobbin

Vincent Dobbin, Iona boy, returned home after nearly two years in France. July 31, 1919

Donelan

Home talent play, titled “When the Red Cross Calls,” will be presented at Reliance. The cast includes: Grace Donnelly, Rose Kavanaugh, Florence Dirks, Othelia Hansen, Mayetta Donelan, Naomi and Dale Juelfs, Mamie Cullen, Robert Martin, Vern Welsh and Jonas Yontz. Proceeds go toward furnishing the new Catholic church. Apr. 17, 1919  

Donnelly

Home talent play, titled “When the Red Cross Calls,” will be presented at Reliance. The cast includes: Grace Donnelly, Rose Kavanaugh, Florence Dirks, Othelia Hansen, Mayetta Donelan, Naomi and Dale Juelfs, Mamie Cullen, Robert Martin, Vern Welsh and Jonas Yontz. Proceeds go toward furnishing the new Catholic church. Apr. 17, 1919  

Dooley

George Dooley returned to Iona last Tuesday after two years with the US Army, in the 159th Inf, 4th Div., stationed in France.   Aug. 21, 1919

Doolittle

Mr. H. Doolittle died at the Presho home of her daughter, Mrs. C.H. West, Sunday. Her remains were taken to Storm Lake, Iowa for burial in the family plot.    Mar. 13, 1919

Dunlop

A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.  O.C. Dunlop of Vivian last week  May 29, 1919 

Dunlop

Vivian H S graduates this year were Myrtle Dunlop and Margot Sletto June 4, 1919

Dwyer

A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs.  E.G. Dwyer Tuesday morning, but lived but a few hours. Buried in Graceland Cemetery.  May 29, 1919   

Eleeson

Edward Eleeson is driving a  new Hupmobile.    May 15, 1919

Eleeson

Mrs. Ingeborg Jacobsen died at her home in Vermillion Saturday. She was 73 and was the mother of Mrs. Edward Eleeson.   July 31, 1919

Ely

Sgt. James Ely returned to Presho with his honorable discharge from Camp Humphrey. More.   Apr. 2, 1919

Erickson

A nice great big baby boy has arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Erickson of Reliance last week.   Dec. 11, 1919 

Erwin

Wednesday afternoon, at the office of Clerk of Courts J.W. Jackson, occurred the marriage of Elmer Harry Erwin to Lola Venetta Fox, both of O’Neill, Neb. July 24, 1919

Felton

Claud J. Cannon, Co. K 70th Infantry, from Iona, was recently discharged at Camp Funston. Lloyd Nelson and Mervin Felton, Iona boys from the same camp also returned home to visit.  Mar. 20, 1919

Felton

A son arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs.  Henry Felton of Iona   Apr. 6.  Apr. 17, 1919  

Floyd

Arthur Floyd, the only child of Mr. and Mrs. Cy Floyd of Kennebec, died from pneumonia. He was with the army of occupation in Germany at the time. He was a member of the first draft sent from Lyman County in September of 1917 and expected to return home soon.   Mar. 20, 1919

Ford

Miss Ella Morrissey and Edward S. Ford of Hopedale, Ill., were married recently Jan. 16, 1919

Ford

Did you hear the bells ring at the home of Mr. and Mrs.  Charles Ford southwest of here when their daughter, Leta, was married to Sven Svenson.  Aug. 14, 1919

Forked Butte

Lot Forked Butte returned recently to Fort Hale  from his duties overseas  June 12, 1919   

Forrell

Mr. and Mrs.  Ora Forrell of north of Oacoma are the proud parents of a baby girl born Tuesday, June 3.   June 12, 1919 

Fox

Wednesday afternoon, at the office of Clerk of Courts J.W. Jackson, occurred the marriage of Elmer Harry Erwin to Lola Venetta Fox, both of O’Neill, Neb. July 24, 1919

Frame

Elwood Kentch, Joe Karasek and A.C. Frame got tired of staying home so came to Oacoma Mon eve g to see what was going on down this way. They conducted themselves well while here and none of them got a black eye before leaving town. Apr. 17, 1919  

Francis

The Francis family now occupies the building vacated by F.E. Brown who has moved his real estate office to the Casey Building on Main Street. June 26, 1919

Francis

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Francis are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby boy.  Oct. 23, 1919

Frazier

Mr. and Mrs.  John Frazier of Fort Hale are happy over the arrival of a daughter Sept. 26.  Oct. 5, 1919   

Fulford

The Lyman County Record, published at Reliance, has been sold to J.N. and E.W. Fulford by Record owner, George H. Smith. Dec. 11, 1919 

Furlong

Attorney N.R. Furlong returned Saturday from Chicago where he was called by the deaths of his sister and her husband who died within days of each other. They left a six year old daughter,   Feb. 6, 1919

Gammon

Soldier’s letters: George E. Gammon to his folks, from Germany, dated Dec. 10, 1918. A second letter from George to folks dated Dec. 25, 1918;  Gordon Iseminger to his mother from Beitalf, Germany Jan. 1, 1919; Pvt. Harry M. Moore to Mr. and Mrs.  Harvey Rockafellow, Dier Dorf, Germany, Dec. 12, 1919; Pvt. Harry Moore  to Mr. and Mrs.  Frank Ohlson from Puderbach, Germany, Jan. 1, 1919.  Feb. 6, 1919

Gammon

Mr. George Gammon and bride arrived in Dupree Monday. He was married at Oacoma the 23rd of last month having returned from France. Numerous friends tendered them a charivari last night by appearing at their home and disturbing the quietness of their home with melodious music from cow bells, tin pans, etc. Oct. 16, 1919

Gammon

Mrs. A.N. Gammon left for a visit at her old home in Hamburg, Iowa.

Gammon

Mrs. Sophronia Snapp, mother of Mrs. A.N. Gammon, died at the home of her son in Riverton, Iowa Nov. 13 at age 83.   Dec. 4, 1919 

Gareau

Jasper Gareau of Vivian was discharged from naval air training at Miami   Apr. 2, 1919

Garman

Mrs. P.B. Garman of Vivian was called to Iowa Saturday by the death of her sister. Dec. 18, 1919 

Geesey

A letter from Lloyd Geesey from Luxemburg dated Nov. 24, 1918 to “father and all” published in this issue.  Jan. 2, 1919

Gibson

Joseph Gibson was recently discharged from the army and returned to Vivian last week. Mar. 20, 1919

Godager

Carl Godager, who spent the last two years in overseas duty, returned to Iona Sunday. July 24, 1919

Gramm

George Gramm of Chamberlain was recently discharged from the army at Camp Fremont, Calif. He was just two days out to sea from Camp Mills, NY when the armistice was signed.   Feb 13, 1919

Greene

Oacoma is to have a “movie.” A.L. Greene has purchased a new moving picture outfit and will put on a show two evenings a week.   May 1, 1919 

Grimshaw

Pvt. Tom Merritt, son of Mrs. William Grimshaw, was mustered out of the service from Camp Dodge. He was in the aviation service. He arrived last week from Brooks Field, Texas.   Feb. 6, 1919

Grimshaw

Claude Grimshaw brought into town Saturday a Golden Eagle whose wing tips were six feet four inches from tip to tip. He caught it in a trap. Its plumage was very heavy and beautiful.   Feb 27, 1919

Groves

In the casualty list in this morning’s daily papers appears the name of Rudolph C. Groves of Kennebec, dying in France from some disease.  Mar. 20, 1919

Hade

Quite a surprise was sprung by friends on Mr. Carl Sheldon and Mrs. Marie when it was learned the young couple had been married Tuesday afternoon. She is the daughter of Eric Hade of Oacoma. Murdo Coyote  Sept. 18, 1919    

Hall

Lieut. E.C. Hall was a passenger on the westbound train yesterday. He was returning to Vivian from the army service at Newport News, Va  Feb 13, 1919

Halligan

Marie Cotton and Earl Halligan of Iona were married at Burke July 5 and will live on Mr. Halligan’s claim near White River.     July 17, 1919 

Halligan

John Richard Halligan was born at Peoria, Ill. Jan. 1, 1860 and died July 28, 1919. July 14, 1881, he married Miss Sarah McCrady at Kempton, Ill. They had 14 children. His wife and 9 children are left to mourn his loss.  Aug. 2, 1919

Hamseth

James Murray with two immigrant cars and Frank Hamseth with four, arrived in Presho Sunday  from Ossian, Iowa.  Mar. 13, 1919

Hancock

D. A. Hancock of Valentine killed his brother, L. Hancock, in a dispute over property. He is now is Sioux Falls awaiting Federal court  Oct. 16, 1919  

Hanna

Mr. Roy Hanna and family of Presho are sorrowing over the loss of their little four year old girl who died Tuesday from complications following a cold.  Jan. 23, 1919

Hansen

Home talent play, titled “When the Red Cross Calls,” will be presented at Reliance. The cast includes: Grace Donnelly, Rose Kavanaugh, Florence Dirks, Othelia Hansen, Mayetta Donelan, Naomi and Dale Juelfs, Mamie Cullen, Robert Martin, Vern Welsh and Jonas Yontz. Proceeds go toward furnishing the new Catholic church. Apr. 17, 1919  

Hansen

Atty. H.L. Bode and wife of Murdo are here, called by the death of her sister, Alice Hansen.   Apr. 17, 1919  

Hansen

Miss Alice Hansen died Wednesday morning at the home of her parents after a long illness of leakage of the heart. Her funeral was Friday at the Congregational church. Apr. 17, 1919  

Hansen

At rest – Alice Leila, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  Otto Hansen. She was born Dec. 31, 1904 and died at her parents’ home on the morning of the 16th of April. Long obit. Apr. 24, 1919

Harker

A hay-pressing crew arrived here Sunday from Jefferson and will commence pressing hay at the Harker ranch west of town.   Apr. 17, 1919  

Harvey

Robert Harvey of Vera who was recently married at Kansas City, returned Monday with his bride.   May 8, 1919 

Henderson

J. Arthur Henderson and Miss Laura Shoop of Vivian were married at Murdo last Sat.  They will make their home in Kimball where he has accepted a position.  May 1, 1919 

Hickey

Tuesday,  Ray Hickey brought to Oacoma the body of Howard Wallace, the 14 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. F.M. Wallace, who died of diptheria. Nov. 28, 1919 

Hilmoe

Albert Hilmoe, who was in the heavy field artillery in France, returned home to Presho Saturday night and will tell you all about the conditions over there, if asked. Mar. 13, 1919

Himes

Dr. J.W. Lewis and Miss Georgia Smith, both of Chamberlain, were united in matrimony by Justice O.E. Himes.   July 24, 1919

Himes

Mr. and Mrs. O.E. Himes had a daughter come to gladden their home Nov. 16. Named Marian Emily.   Nov. 20, 1919

Hinkley

Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Hinkley have disposed of their Vivian farming interests and will make California their new home.   Nov. 6, 1919

Hodgin

Letter from Francis Hodgin, Group Q.M., from Cannes, France dated Jan. 13, 1919, to Mr. F.A. Smith.  Feb 13, 1919

Hodgin

Mr. and Mrs. A.A. Hodgin and Mr. and Mrs. Will Hodgin accompanied Miss Flavin Hodgin to the Fort Hale School Sunday where Miss Hodgin teaches.  Nov. 20, 1919

Holmes

Letter to Mrs. John B. Wait from her brother, Calvin H. Holmes, 89th Div., AEF, Saarburg, Germany, dated Dec. 26, 1918, published in this issue.  Feb 20, 1919      

Holmes

Calvin Holmes returned home from France Sunday evening. He was with the 89th Division.  June 4, 1919

Holmes

The marriage of Miss Gertrude Casey of Atlantic, Iowa and H.  Boyd Holmes of Vivian was solemnized at Atlantic Tuesday morning June 3. Mrs. Holmes is a sister to the messrs Casey of Vivian. More.   June 12, 1919 

Holmes

We have just learned that Mrs. Frank Holmes, who has been sick at the Chester Rosencrance home, died at 2 p.m. today.  July 31, 1919

Howland

Funeral services for Ernest J.  Howland who died last week in Phoenix, Ariz., were held Tuesday afternoon with burial near Vivian. More.   Apr. 2, 1919

Hullinger

John Hullinger of Vivian was recently mustered out of the service at Camp Dodge. He was stationed at Newport News, Va., awaiting transfer overseas when the armistice was signed. He accompanied a shipment of horses to France first where he remained for four days.  Feb 20, 1919 

Hullinger

Miss Pearl Hullinger and Phil Synesal, both of Vera, were united in marriage at Murdo Tuesday.   Apr. 17, 1919  

Hullinger

Elmer Hullinger arrived home to Vivian after one year of service in France. July 24, 1919

Hullinger

Harvey Hullinger, who was recently a member of the occupation in Germany, arrived home to Vivian Sunday night, accompanied by his wife who met his train in Mitchell.

Hultman

John Hultman who will be remembered by older Vivian residents, died at his home in Sweden a few months ago.   May 1, 1919 

Iron Elk

William Iron Elk, Clarence Caldwell and Albert Rencountre have returned from several months service overseas. Wm returned to Flandreau to resume his studies  May 29, 1919 

Iseminger

Soldier’s letters: George E. Gammon to his folks, from Germany, dated Dec. 10, 1918. A second letter from George to folks dated Dec. 25, 1918;  Gordon Iseminger to his mother from Beitalf, Germany Jan. 1, 1919; Pvt. Harry M. Moore to Mr. and Mrs.  Harvey Rockafellow, Dier Dorf, Germany, Dec. 12, 1919; Pvt. Harry Moore  to Mr. and Mrs.  Frank Ohlson from Puderbach, Germany, Jan. 1, 1919.  Feb. 6, 1919

Iseminger

Mr. and Mrs.  J.T. Iseminger are rejoicing over the birth of a son Tuesday at the sanitarium.   May 8, 1919 

Iseminger

Gordon Iseminger returned home from France Sunday evening. He was with the 89th Division.   June 4, 1919

Iseminger

Lyndsay Deasley Ballingal and Miss Grace Estella Iseminger were united in marriage Saturday afternoon, Sept. 6, 1919, attended by Mr. and Mrs.  H. Sheldon Iseminger whose 10th anniversary was also on that same day. Long interesting story. Sept. 18, 1919    

Jackson

J.W. Jackson received a letter from his son, Harold, in the U.S. Navy, saying he had been transferred to the J. Fred Talbert, one of the new destroyers built recently by the government, and saying he will leave this week for a year’s absence. He will be on a cruise on which he expects to tour England, France and the Mediterranean seaports. His parents were expecting him to be discharged and return home.   July 17, 1919 

Jackson

Wednesday afternoon, at the office of Clerk of Courts J.W. Jackson, occurred the marriage of Elmer Harry Erwin to Lola Venetta Fox, both of O’Neill, Neb. July 24, 1919

Jackson

Letter from Harold Jackson stationed aboard the US Destroyer at Spolato, Austria, to his parents, Mr. and Mrs.  J.W. Jackson, dated July 29, 1919, published in this issue. Aug. 21, 1919

Jacobsen

Mrs. Ingeborg Jacobsen died at her home in Vermillion Saturday. She was 73 and was the mother of Mrs. Edward Eleeson.   July 31, 1919

Jessop

Mrs. Elizabeth Jessop lost her life during the storm last week Monday. The aged lady tried to walk 80 rods to the home of her son and became bewildered and exhausted. Efforts to revive her failed.   Nov. 20, 1919

Jorgenson

Mr. Bert Jorgenson, one of the oldest settlers in the Presho area, died at the home of the feeble minded at Redfield. His remains were laid to rest in the Norwegian Cemetery at Presho beside his wife who preceded him in death about 10 years ago. Dec. 4, 1919 

Jost-Graham

Mrs. Carrie Jost-Graham arrived at Presho Friday night from Spring Green, Wisc. Mr. Yost and his brother Lee arrived Tuesday with an immigrant car. They  have bought the H. Jost farm one half  mile north of Presho. It took six days to get here with the car. (Must be Jost … used that name twice …bgs)    Feb 27, 1919

Juelfs

Home talent play, titled “When the Red Cross Calls,” will be presented at Reliance. The cast includes: Grace Donnelly, Rose Kavanaugh, Florence Dirks, Othelia Hansen, Mayetta Donelan, Naomi and Dale Juelfs, Mamie Cullen, Robert Martin, Vern Welsh and Jonas Yontz. Proceeds go toward furnishing the new Catholic church. Apr. 17, 1919  

Karasek

Elwood Kentch, Joe Karasek and A.C. Frame got tired of staying home so came to Oacoma Mon eve g to see what was going on down this way. They conducted themselves well while here and none of them got a black eye before leaving town. Apr. 17, 1919  

Kaufman

Aug Kaufman and  Miss Blanche Cannon of Hamill were married June 4.  June 19, 1919

Kavanaugh

Home talent play, titled “When the Red Cross Calls,” will be presented at Reliance. The cast includes: Grace Donnelly, Rose Kavanaugh, Florence Dirks, Othelia Hansen, Mayetta Donelan, Naomi and Dale Juelfs, Mamie Cullen, Robert Martin, Vern Welsh and Jonas Yontz. Proceeds go toward furnishing the new Catholic church. Apr. 17, 1919  

Kemerling

Miss Zelma Kimmerling of Vivian and Frank Bierman of Roscoe were united in marriage at the ME church in Vivian last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Cleo Kemerling and Albert Sayler were witnesses. More.   Mar. 6, 1919

Kenobbie

Mr. and Mrs.  Fred Kenobbie of Presho received a Valentine Valentine’s Day. It’s a girl Feb 20, 1919 

Kentch

Elwood Kentch, Joe Karasek and A.C. Frame got tired of staying home so came to Oacoma Mon eve g to see what was going on down this way. They conducted themselves well while here and none of them got a black eye before leaving town. Apr. 17, 1919  

Kenzy

Sons were born Mar. 21 to Mr. and Mrs.  George Kenzy and Mr. and Mrs.  Bud Davis, at Iona.   Apr. 17, 1919  

Kettleson

Mr. and Mrs.  Carl Kettleson of Vivian are the parents of a baby boy born Saturday. July 24, 1919

Kimmerling

Miss Zelma Kimmerling of Vivian and Frank Bierman of Roscoe were united in marriage at the ME church in Vivian last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Cleo Kemerling and Albert Sayler were witnesses. More.   Mar. 6, 1919

King

We are in receipt of an announcement of the marriage of Leona Mae Wallace of Belmond, Iowa to Edwin W. King of Iona –Friday, May 9, 1919. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  J.E. Wallace, formerly of Kinnikinic. More.  May 15, 1919 

King

Mrs. Henry King went to Mitchell Saturday to meet her husband who is returning from France.  June 4, 1919

King

 

Mr. and Mrs.  Henry J. King returned to Oacoma Friday with his discharge from duties overseas.   June 12, 1919 

Kohler

 

Kramer

A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. B.V. Kramer last Fri. night. Sept. 18, 1919  Aug. 21, 1919

Lafferty

Born to Mr. and Mrs.  T.B. Lafferty northwest of town Tuesday, Feb. 4, a boy. Dupree Leader.  Feb 13, 1919

Langdeau

Harvey Langdeau returned Thursday to Fort Hale from service overseas. He participated in eight battles and received no scratches. June 12, 1919 

Lawrence

Mr. Henry Pepe Ripley of Presho and Miss Bernice Mary Lawrence of Reliance were married here Monday by Judge Williamson.  Feb. 6, 1919

Leggett

F.C. Leggett’s mother died at her Elk Point home from pneumonia. She was over four score in years. She is also survived by her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Schooler of Reliance and the daughter with whom she was living at the time of her death.  Mar. 20, 1919

Lehman

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lehman welcomed a little son to their home the fore part of last week.  Nov. 20, 1919

Lewis

Dr. J.W. Lewis and Miss Georgia Smith, both of Chamberlain, were united in matrimony by Justice O.E. Himes.   July 24, 1919

Lien

Mr. and Mrs.  Marcus Lien of Kennebec recently welcomed a fine son.  July 17, 1919

Lindley

Anton Straka, Clarence Lindley and George Powers have each equipped their fine farms with manure spreaders to prepare their land to produce big crops. Aug. 28, 1919

Lindley

A nice little baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Lindley at Reliance last Friday.  Dec. 4, 1919 

Long Turkey

Frank Long Turkey, son of Charles Long Turkey, Fort Hale, who returned home from the LaMars Sanitarian in Iowa, died quietly Monday morning at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Frank Long Turkey, near the agency.   Aug. 14, 1919

Long Turkey

Eva Agnes is the name of the baby girl born to Mr. and Mrs.  Chas. Long Turkey last Thursday at Fort Hale.  Sept. 4, 1919

Lund

William Pilker and Chris Lund were down from the reservation Sunday taking in the sights of the old town.   Feb 27, 1919Feb 27, 1919

Lund

Chris Lund recently completed the purchase of his land on the reservation. Mar. 20, 1919

Mackay

Mr. Alexander Mackay died at his home in Reliance Sunday from old age. He was a pioneer resident of Oacoma, coming here directly from England after reading about the new town started here. He and Mrs. Mackay had moved to Reliance from Sioux Falls about two months ago. Buried at Reliance. More.   Feb 13, 1919

Magistad

Workmen are remodeling the old Magistad building in Vivian to be used for a moving picture theater.  Feb 20, 1919 

Magnusen

Mrs. Magnusen of Chamberlain, formerly Miss Edith Haas, died at her home Monday of pneumonia following influenza.   Mar. 6, 1919

Mang

Mrs Martin Mang of Presho died Saturday and was buried alongside her son who lost his life in the army.  Jan. 16, 1919

Martin

Home talent play, titled “When the Red Cross Calls,” will be presented at Reliance. The cast includes: Grace Donnelly, Rose Kavanaugh, Florence Dirks, Othelia Hansen, Mayetta Donelan, Naomi and Dale Juelfs, Mamie Cullen, Robert Martin, Vern Welsh and Jonas Yontz. Proceeds go toward furnishing the new Catholic church. Apr. 17, 1919  

McCoy

Frank Anderson, Joe Cannon, Theodore Nelson and John McCoy have also returned from France.   June 19, 1919

McCrady

John Richard Halligan was born at Peoria, Ill. Jan. 1, 1860 and died July 28, 1919. July 14, 1881, he married Miss Sarah McCrady at Kempton, Ill. They had 14 children. His wife and 9 children are left to mourn his loss.  Aug. 2, 1919

McGhee

Sorrow came to the home of Mr. and Mrs.  Ernest McGhee near Dixon Dec. 30 when death claimed their only child who took sick Christmas Day with the flu. Elvena Catherine was two years nine months 20 days old. Jan. 16, 1919

McKay

Mrs. L.G. Troth returned to her Iona home from Academy where she attended the funeral of her mother, Mrs. John A. McKay. Her aged father accompanied her home.   Mar. 6, 1919      

Meskell,

Vivian friends of Wm. J. Meskell, former residents, are sorry to learn of his death recently at his old home in Iowa.   Feb. 6, 1919

Miller

The two little Armstrong children, living with their aunt, Mrs. Cora M. Miller, west of Iona, went to Oacoma by stage Monday where they were met by their father who took them to  to his home in Iowa.   Jan. 30, 1919

Miller

Imbert Miller returned to McClure Tuesday from Fairbault, Minn., where he was called by the death of his wife’s father.  Sept. 4, 1919

Molash

30 years ago, Apr, 27, 1899. Married- Mr. David Rearick of Bijou Hills and Miss Susan Molash of Brule Township. Chamberlain Democrat -- Mr. and Mrs. Rearick now reside near Kennebec on their fine farm-ranch. They reared eight daughters and one son who are a credit to their parents and  a valuable addition to our county citizenship.  May 8, 1919 

Moore

A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.  Robert T. Moore of Farmington, NM, Dec. 12. He was formerly a resident of the area.  Jan. 16, 1919

Moore

Soldier’s letters: George E. Gammon to his folks, from Germany, dated Dec. 10, 1918. A second letter from George to folks dated Dec. 25, 1918;  Gordon Iseminger to his mother from Beitalf, Germany Jan. 1, 1919; Pvt. Harry M. Moore to Mr. and Mrs.  Harvey Rockafellow, Dier Dorf, Germany, Dec. 12, 1919; Pvt. Harry Moore  to Mr. and Mrs.  Frank Ohlson from Puderbach, Germany, Jan. 1, 1919.  Feb. 6, 1919

Morgan

Mr. Frank Morgan, early Oacoma resident, passed away last week at his home in Faith from influenza.

Morris

Harold Morris of McClure is home on furlough. The first time he has seen the home folks in two years.  Aug. 2, 1919

Morris

A reception was given at the George Morris home Saturday evening in honor of his son who just returned from France, and for his son’s wedding which took place Wednesday at Presho.  Aug. 14, 1919

Morrissey

Miss Ella Morrissey and Edward S. Ford of Hopedale, Ill., were married recently Jan. 16, 1919

Mullen

Frank Mullen returned home to Presho  Tuesday evening from France. He was in the forestry engineer company.   Feb 27, 1919

Murray

A marriage license was issued to Frank Murray and Mabel Kohler, both of Reliance. The wedding is to take place there today.   Feb 13, 1919

Murray

James Murray with two immigrant cars and Frank Hamseth with four, arrived in Presho Sunday  from Ossian, Iowa.  Mar. 13, 1919

Murray

 O.E. Murray, formerly of Murdo, died suddenly of heart disease at his Mitchell home  Saturday   Apr. 2, 1919

Nelson

Claud J. Cannon, Co. K 70th Infantry, from Iona, was recently discharged at Camp Funston. Lloyd Nelson and Mervin Felton, Iona boys from the same camp also returned home to visit.   Mar. 20, 1919

Nelson

Twin daughters were born to Mr. and Mrs.  E.J. Nelson of Iona last Saturday.  May 15, 1919

Nelson

The twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs.  E.J. Nelson of Vivian have been named Mildred and Melba.  May 22, 1919 

Nelson

Frank Anderson, Joe Cannon, Theodore Nelson and John McCoy have also returned from France.   June 19, 1919

Newell

Tom Newell of Presho died Dec. 27 of pneumonia. He was an unmarried man. His remains were taken to  Pukwana   Jan. 9, 1919

Ohlson

Soldier’s letters: George E. Gammon to his folks, from Germany, dated Dec. 10, 1918. A second letter from George to folks dated Dec. 25, 1918;  Gordon Iseminger to his mother from Beitalf, Germany Jan. 1, 1919; Pvt. Harry M. Moore to Mr. and Mrs.  Harvey Rockafellow, Dier Dorf, Germany, Dec. 12, 1919; Pvt. Harry Moore  to Mr. and Mrs.  Frank Ohlson from Puderbach, Germany, Jan. 1, 1919.  Feb. 6, 1919

Ohlson

Mrs. St. Onge of Vivian, who has been ill since the birth of her son who died at birth, is now recovering. Her mother, Mrs. Hans Ohlson, has returned to her Omaha home  Nov. 20, 1919

Ohlson

Mrs. Joseph St. Onge of Vivian died in a Sioux City hospital Wednesday of last week. She was the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Ohlson. Sept. 2, 1918 she married Mr. St. Onge. Her remains were laid to rest in the Vivian cemetery. More. Dec. 4, 1919 

Parker

Hugh B. Parker writes from Germany. He is a member of the 342nd.   May 22, 1919 

Paulsen

Mr. and Mrs. O.W. Paulsen are rejoicing over the arrival of a daughter Nov. 16. Named Doris Corrine.   Nov. 20, 1919

Phillips

A baby daughter arrived at the C.I. Phillips home in Vivian last Friday.  Aug. 2, 1919

Pilker

William Pilker and Chris Lund were down from the reservation Sunday taking in the sights of the old town.   Feb 27, 1919

Pilker

A bouncing baby boy has gladdened the home of Mr. and Mrs.  Earnest Pilker at Fort Lookout.   Dec. 18, 1919 

Powers

Anton Straka, Clarence Lindley and George Powers have each equipped their fine farms with manure spreaders to prepare their land to produce big crops. Aug. 28, 1919

Pringle

Lieut. Benjamin O. Pringle, recently discharged from overseas service, is a guest at the Vivian home of his brother, E.R. Pringle  Sept. 4, 1919

Quilt

A most tragic death occurred at Mr. and Mrs.  Felix Quilt’s home at Fort Hale when their little daughter, Lody, fell forward into a pan of hot water which had been hurriedly placed on the floor. She was taken immediately for medical treatment, but death ensued  within 24 hours.  July 24, 1919

Quilt

Mr. Daniel Quilt of Fort Lookout accidentally cut off part of one of his feet while chopping down some trees.   Dec. 18, 1919 

Rankin

A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rankin of Draper last week. Dec. 18, 1919   

Rearick

30 years ago, Apr, 27, 1899. Married- Mr. David Rearick of Bijou Hills and Miss Susan Molash of Brule Township. Chamberlain Democrat -- Mr. and Mrs. Rearick now reside near Kennebec on their fine farm-ranch. They reared eight daughters and one son who are a credit to their parents and  a valuable addition to our county citizenship.  May 8, 1919 

Regenitter

A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Regenitter of Vivian last week. Oct. 16, 1919   

Regnier

Thomas Jr made his appearance at the T.A. Regnier home in Marshall, Minn., Mar. 14.  Mar. 20, 1919

Rencountre

William Iron Elk, Clarence Caldwell and Albert Rencountre have returned from several months service overseas. Wm returned to Flandreau to resume his studies  May 29, 1919 

Rencountre

Pvt. Albert Rencountre returned from Newport News, Virg., with his discharge. May 22, 1919 

Rencountre

Albert Rencountre is also back at Fort Hale from overseas. June 12, 1919 

Rencountre

Mrs. Julia Rencountre, wife of Jack Rencountre of Fort Hale, passed away last Wednesday.    Oct. 5, 1919  

Rencountre Quilt

Elizabeth Rencountre Quilt was born on Lyman Bottom near Fort Hale in 1848. She was saved from a massacre (by the Crow) of the Sioux when her oldest brother hid all of the children in a gulch. Their mother was scalped and left to die. She married Elija Quilt who died a few years ago. Elizabeth passed away peacefully Jan. 22, 1919, of pneumonia, at her home in Fort Hale Bottom. More.   Jan. 30, 1919

Ripley

Mr. Henry Pepe Ripley of Presho and Miss Bernice Mary Lawrence of Reliance were married here Monday by Judge Williamson.  Feb. 6, 1919

Risher

Miss Gladys Dillon, youngest daughter of John and Ada Dillon of Kennebec, was married at Casper, Wyo., a few days ago to Earl Risher. July 24, 1919

Rockafellow

Soldier’s letters: George E. Gammon to his folks, from Germany, dated Dec. 10, 1918. A second letter from George to folks dated Dec. 25, 1918;  Gordon Iseminger to his mother from Beitalf, Germany Jan. 1, 1919; Pvt. Harry M. Moore to Mr. and Mrs.  Harvey Rockafellow, Dier Dorf, Germany, Dec. 12, 1919; Pvt. Harry Moore  to Mr. and Mrs.  Frank Ohlson from Puderbach, Germany, Jan. 1, 1919.  Feb. 6, 1919

Rockafellow

Harvey Rockafellow has moved his family here from Reliance and will help his father in the sand business in the summer  Mar. 6, 1919

Rohrer

Francis Rohrer returned to Reliance Saturday from France. He was in the 90th Division.

Rose

News was reached at Iona of the marriage of Norman Bond to Miss Sara Rose, June 14. They will live on his claim east of the river.    July 17, 1919 

Rosencrance

We have just learned that Mrs. Frank Holmes, who has been sick at the Chester Rosencrance home, died at 2 p.m. today.  July 31, 1919

Rosencrance

Mr. G.F. Rosencrance, Armstrong, Texas, former homesteader 20 years ago in the Dinehart District, was in the neighborhood last week looking hale and hardy. Sept. 18, 1919     

Ross

Ted Ross, recently released from overseas duty arrived in Vivian last week to visit his uncle, L.C. Woodward.   Aug. 21, 1919

Salzmann

Leo Salzmann has returned  to Iona from overseas. He was with the 89th Div. with the Army of Occupation in France.   May 8, 1919 

Sayler

Miss Zelma Kimmerling of Vivian and Frank Bierman of Roscoe were united in marriage at the ME church in Vivian last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Cleo Kemerling and Albert Sayler were witnesses. More.   Mar. 6, 1919

Schatz

Cards were received at Oacoma Monday announcing the marriage of Miss Alvina, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  John Schatz, American Falls, Idaho, to Louis Albert Boyles of Oacoma, at her parent’s home in American Falls. More.     July 17, 1919 

Schmitt

Arthur J. Schmitt  died the first of the week at Crookston, Neb.  Mar. 20, 1919

Schooler

F.C. Leggett’s mother died at her Elk Point home from pneumonia. She was over four score in years. She is also survived by her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Schooler of Reliance and the daughter with whom she was living at the time of her death.   Mar. 20, 1919

Schuiling

John Schuiling arrived yesterday morning from Minnesota and went down to Iona to visit his sons there.   Dec. 18, 1919 

Scott

Mr. E.F. Scott passed away last Thursday at his Chamberlain home. Buried in Riverview Cemetery

Senn

We note by one of our publisher’s journals the marriage of Miss Lillian Senn of Deadwood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  E.L. Senn, former residents. Sept. 4, 1919

Severence

Miss Ellen Severence died Friday at the home of her niece, Mrs. A.J. Eymer. Death came suddenly. Her remains were returned to Big Rock, Ill., for burial. Aug. 21, 1919

Sheffer

F.I. Sheffer has begun erecting a fine new home north of the Christian church in Oacoma. He has also purchased the John Bonson residence north of the railroad tracks thus showing his faith in Oacoma’s future. Mr. and Mrs.  Sheffer came to Oacoma more than 25 years ago and when they disposed of their farm a few weeks ago they could have gone whither they would, but chose to remain among their old friends and familiar surroundings.   Aug. 28, 1919

Sheldon

Quite a surprise was sprung by friends on Mr. Carl Sheldon and Mrs. Marie when it was learned the young couple had been married Tuesday afternoon. She is the daughter of Eric Hade of Oacoma. Murdo Coyote  Sept. 18, 1919    

Shoop

J. Arthur Henderson and Miss Laura Shoop of Vivian were married at Murdo last Sat.  They will make their home in Kimball where he has accepted a position.  May 1, 1919 

Simons

Mr. Simons from south of Reliance returned Saturday evening from the battlefields of France quite ill from being gassed. He was sent home for better air.   Feb 20, 1919 

Sletto

Vivian, youngest daughter of Even K. Sletto, passed away at the family home near Vivian New Year’s Eve from complications of influenza. Was soon to be 12. More.  Jan. 9, 1919

Sletto

Vivian H S graduates this year were Myrtle Dunlop and Margot Sletto June 4, 1919

Sletto

Sander Sletto has returned to Vivian from France. He served over there but two months.   June 12, 1919 

Smith

Mrs. Joseph Smith died at her home between Oacoma and Hamill Sunday from influenza. She is survived by her husband and four children

Smith

Letter from Francis Hodgin, Group Q.M., from Cannes, France dated Jan. 13, 1919, to Mr. F.A. Smith.  Feb 13, 1919

Smith

Dr. J.W. Lewis and Miss Georgia Smith, both of Chamberlain, were united in matrimony by Justice O.E. Himes.   July 24, 1919

Smith

Mr. and Mrs.  Frank Smith are rejoicing over the arrival of a son born to them last Friday morning at Chamberlain San.  Aug. 21, 1919

Smith

Harry Smith and F.A. Smith and his daughter Evelyn arrived home a week ago Wednesday from their trip to Hawarden, Iowa where they attended the funeral of their brother Lee.  Nov. 20, 1919

Snapp

Mrs. Sophronia Snapp, mother of Mrs. A.N. Gammon, died at the home of her son in Riverton, Iowa Nov. 13 at age 83.  Dec. 4, 1919 

Spaulding

Willie Place spent last week with his mother, Mrs. W. Spaulding. He recently returned from France.   June 19, 1919

St. Onge

Mrs. St. Onge of Vivian, who has been ill since the birth of her son who died at birth, is now recovering. Her mother, Mrs. Hans Ohlson, has returned to her Omaha home  Nov. 20, 1919

St. Onge

Mrs. Joseph St. Onge of Vivian died in a Sioux City hospital Wednesday of last week. She was the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Ohlson. Sept. 2, 1918 she married Mr. St. Onge. Her remains were laid to rest in the Vivian cemetery. More. Dec. 4, 1919 

Stevens

The Vivian farmhouse of P.N. Stevens was completely destroyed by fire Tuesday morning.   Feb 20, 1919 

Stevens

While Pearl N. Stevens was away from his home last week to get lumber to build a new home to replace the one that burned down a few weeks ago, dogs entered his chicken coop and killed 60 of his 65 chickens. His Liberty Bonds and War Savings Bonds were also  lost in the fire. This is the second severe blow for him.   Feb 27, 1919

Stewart

J.W. Stewart of Reliance went to Mitchell the first of the week for treatment. It was first thought that he had typhoid fever, but has been found to be a pronounced case of meningitis. There is little hope for recovery.  Aug. 2, 1919

Stewart

J.W. Stewart died Friday morning at the Mitchell hospital. He went there for medical treatment and it was there that the summons came.   Aug. 14, 1919

Straka

Anton Straka, Clarence Lindley and George Powers have each equipped their fine farms with manure spreaders to prepare their land to produce big crops. Aug. 28, 1919

Straka

Anton Straka of Reliance received word last week that his father had been killed on the railroad near Omaha. He left Saturday to attend the funeral.  Dec. 18, 1919 

Strom

A daughter was born to Mr. & Mrs.   Halvor Strom of Vivian Monday.  Feb 13, 1919

Strong

T.B. Strong received word Tuesday of the death of his mother who homesteaded near White River in the early 1890s, at Richland.  She was 84.

Suiter

Mr. and Mrs.  Jim Suiter entertained Sunday the 9th. All their children and their families who live in this area attended. The occasion was Mrs. Suiter'’ 63rd birthday.  Feb 20, 1919 

Suiter

A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs.  C.T. Suiter June 24.   June 26, 1919

Svenson

Did you hear the bells ring at the home of Mr. and Mrs.  Charles Ford southwest of here when their daughter, Leta, was married to Sven Svenson.  Aug. 14, 1919

Synesal

Miss Pearl Hullinger and Phil Synesal, both of Vera, were united in marriage at Murdo Tuesday.   Apr. 17, 1919  

Tagtow

Carl J. Tagtow returned to Iona Saturday. He was serving with the Machine Gun Co., 11th Reg., in France.   Aug. 21, 1919

Tapper

W.R. Tapper of Chicago. Ill., was the first man to make a price on Lyman County land. Before him there was no such thing as land value in Lyman County, only if the assessor placed it on. But to buy or sell a piece of Lyman County land was unheard of.  June 4, 1919

Thill

Harry Calanan, cashier at the Vivian State Bank, and Miss Nele Thill were married last Saturday evening by Rev. Ennis.   Feb. 6, 1919

Towler

George Towler, Iona, has been honorably discharged from camp Tuesday. He was in Uncle Sam’s service   Apr. 2, 1919

Towler

Mr. Syd Towler and Miss Iona Felton were married  Tuesday morning at Winner then went on to Montana where the groom has relatives.  Dec. 11, 1919 

Troth

Mrs. L.G. Troth returned to her Iona home from Academy where she attended the funeral of her mother, Mrs. John A. McKay. Her aged father accompanied her home.   Mar. 6, 1919

Truman

J.W. Truman is erecting a fine new residence on his farm near Bull Creek, The size and elegance of these farm homes make the city people sit up and take notice. Oct. 23, 1919

Valentine

The little child of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wilcox of Kimball passed away Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. George Valentine are the grandparents    Dec. 25, 1919 

Wait

Letter to Mrs. John B. Wait from her brother, Calvin H. Holmes, 89th Div., AEF, Saarburg, Germany, dated Dec. 26, 1918, published in this issue.  Feb 20, 1919 

Walker

Mr. and Mrs.  Ellwood Walker of Iona are the proud parents of a daughter born on the 6th at the Mitchell hospital.   Apr. 24, 1919

Wallace

We are in receipt of an announcement of the marriage of Leona Mae Wallace of Belmond, Iowa to Edwin W. King of Iona –Friday, May 9, 1919. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  J.E. Wallace, formerly of Kinnikinic. More.  May 15, 1919

Wallace

Tuesday,  Ray Hickey brought to Oacoma the body of Howard Wallace, the 14 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. F.M. Wallace, who died of diptheria. Nov. 28, 1919 

Weaver

Robert E. Weaver was recently discharged from Newport News, NJ and had returned to Vivian for a visit with home folks.   Feb 27, 1919 

Wells

Mr. and Mrs.  L.C. Wells of Vivian are rejoicing over the recent arrival a baby boy  Mar. 13, 1919

Welsh

Home talent play, titled “When the Red Cross Calls,” will be presented at Reliance. The cast includes: Grace Donnelly, Rose Kavanaugh, Florence Dirks, Othelia Hansen, Mayetta Donelan, Naomi and Dale Juelfs, Mamie Cullen, Robert Martin, Vern Welsh and Jonas Yontz. Proceeds go toward furnishing the new Catholic church. Apr. 17, 1919  

West

Mr. H. Doolittle died at the Presho home of her daughter, Mrs. C.H. West, Sunday. Her remains were taken to Storm Lake, Iowa for burial in the family plot.    Mar. 13, 1919

Wilcox

The little child of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wilcox of Kimball passed away Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. George Valentine are the grandparents    Dec. 25, 1919 

Williamson

Mr. Henry Pepe Ripley of Presho and Miss Bernice Mary Lawrence of Reliance were married here Monday by Judge Williamson.  Feb. 6, 1919

Yontz

Home talent play, titled “When the Red Cross Calls,” will be presented at Reliance. The cast includes: Grace Donnelly, Rose Kavanaugh, Florence Dirks, Othelia Hansen, Mayetta Donelan, Naomi and Dale Juelfs, Mamie Cullen, Robert Martin, Vern Welsh and Jonas Yontz. Proceeds go toward furnishing the new Catholic church. Apr. 17, 1919  

Young

The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.  Ross Young of Kennebec died Saturday. July 24, 1919

Young

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Young of Reliance have returned from Centerville where they were called last week by the death of Mrs. Young's mother.   Dec. 25, 1919 

Zickrick

W.M. Zickrick arrived at Vivian from his recent discharge from the service.  Feb 13, 1919

Zickrick

Miss Alice Ann Colgan and Mr. Warren M. Zickrick sprang quite a surprise on their many friends yesterday when they were united in marriage at the home of the groom’s brother, Carl, at Murdo. They will be at home in Todd County near Eli, Neb. Apr. 17, 1919  

Zickrick

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zickrick of Rapid City are rejoicing over the arrival of a daughter Dec. 4.   Dec. 18, 1919   

Zobrosky

Vivian H S graduates this year were Myrtle Dunlop and Margot Sletto June 4, 1919

 


 

     

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