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Kandiyohi County MN 
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Ole Barnstad
Source: Willmar Tribune (Willmar, MN) May 7, 1895
Ole Barnstad has retired from the Willmar Mill Co., selling his interest to A. F. Hanscom.


P. P. Edman
Source: Willmar Tribune (Willmar, MN) May 28, 1895
ARCTANDER ANTICS. P. P. Edman had a wind mill raised on his farm lately, the boys having made the whole outfit. The geared wheels are taken from old machinery. They say it works like a charm.


George P. Gibson
Source: Willmar Tribune (MN) June 4, 1895
We have received an invitation from our friend Geo. P. Gibson to attend the Commencement Exercises of the graduating class of the College of Law of the University of Minnesota, of which class Mr. Gibson is a member. Geo. P. Gibson, son of Dr. Gibson, of Atwater, is a talented young man and is going to make his mark in the world. If business prevents us from going down Geo. Then her is, shake, etc., to you.


Wilhelmina Grindheim
Source: Willmar Tribune (Willmar, MN) May 28, 1895
ARCTANDER. Miss Wilhelmina Grindhiem, who left for the Pacific coast some time ago, writes that she is now teaching school in the state of Washington.


Clifford Hanson
Source: Willmar Tribune (Willmar, MN) July 9, 1919
ACCEPTS POSITION AT BEJOU.
Clifford Hanson left last Monday for Bejou where he has accepted a position as assistant cashier of the Farmers State Bank at that place. Before entering the service he was employed in a bank in Montana. Hanson has been visiting at his home here since he was mustered out of the marines.


Anna Johnson
Source: Willmar Tribune (Willmar, MN) April 30, 1895
HOLUM ITEMS. Miss Anna Johnson, of Burbank, has commenced a term of school in district No. 95. This is Miss Johnson's first venture as a teacher. As she has been a very studious scholar we predict for her a rapid advance as a teacher.


E. J. Laird
Source: Willmar Tribune (Willmar, MN) May 7, 1895
BELGRADE NEWS. E. J. Laird a resident of our village returned last Sunday. Mr. Laird has been in the northern part of the state looking after some of his pine land.


Charles Meyers
Source: Willmar Tribune (Willmar, MN) May 7, 1895
BELGRADE NEWS. Charles Meyers house was struck by lightning last Friday afternoon about 6 o'clock. The bolt went down the chimney and spread all over the house, tearing down the plastering and ripping up things generally and setting it on fire. The fire was promptly put out by the fire company and other people on hand. The family was not injured.


Emilie Muller-Eggen
Source: Willmar Tribune (MN) March 18, 1914, page 1; transcribed by Robin Line.

A Correction
In the announcement of the marriage of Atty, E. J. Larsen of Virginia, Minn., to Miss Emilie Muller-Eggen, thru some error the bride was named as Mrs. instead of Miss. She is a daughter of the late Rev. J. Muller-Eggen of the United Lutheran church, and is an accomplished young lady.


Tomine Negaard
Source: Willmar Tribune (Willmar, MN) April 23, 1895
ARCTANDER: Miss Tomine Negaard was up from St. Paul last week to bid good-bye to relatives and friends here, as she is soon to leave for the Pacific coast, where she will form a partnership with Erick Truedson, an old time Willmar druggist, who has a drug store in a thriving town in Washington. The contract is to be completed in St. Paul on the 26th inst.


Hannah Negard
Source: Willmar Tribune (Willmar, MN) May 28, 1895
ARCTANDER ANTICS. Miss Hannah Negard is attending the agricultural school at the State University.


Emil Newlin
Source: Willmar Tribune (Willmar, MN) May 14, 1895
New London. Thieves visited Emil Newlin's place recently and purloined a quantity of smoked pork.


Axel Ostlund
Source: Willmar Tribune (Willmar, MN) May 14, 1895
MAMRE NEWS. Axel Ostlund has taken unto himself a wife. The boys went over to give him a serenade, and were invited into the house, where they were royally entertained. They say Axel was kept busy all night grinding coffee for the large assembly.


Joseph Patterson
Source: Willmar Tribune (Willmar, MN) May 14, 1895
Belgrade News. Jos. Patterson and wife of Stiles, Wis., registered at the Central Hotel May 3rd. Mr. Patterson is going to take charge of the creamery this year.


Erick Paulson
Source: Willmar Tribune (Willmar, MN) May 28, 1895
ARCTANDER. Erick Paulson is building a large addition to his barn, which he will use for stabling room, using the old barn for hay.


John Peterson
Source: Willmar Tribune (Willmar, MN) May 28, 1895
New London Newslets. John Peterson has purchased a saw mill and he will over haul it and do business next winter.


Cushman A. Rice
Source: Willmar Tribune (Willmar, MN) April 30, 1895
NEW LONDON. Cushman A. Rice of Willmar is working at the bank.


Julius Skaalerud
Source: Willmar Tribune (MN) March 18, 1914, page 3; transcribed by Robin Line.
NORWAY LAKE.
Julius Skaalerud left some time ago to settle on a homestead near Vandalia, Mont., not far from Glasgow. His many friends regret to see him go but with him success and happiness. Owing to the reason that he is to "batch it out" up there we doubt as to where the "happy" part of the play comes in, which he probably will explain to us later.


Swen Swenson
Source: Willmar Tribune (Willmar, MN) February 26, 1895
NORWAY LAKE ITEMS.
Swen Swenson is clerking for J. N. Quam & Son.


Henrietta Thompson
Source: Willmar Tribune (MN) March 18, 1914, page 1; transcribed by Robin Line.
Miss Henrietta Thompson arriving last week and will be a trimmer at the Youngberg Sisters Millinery Store. Miss Thompson comes highly recommended from the large millinery houses, Gage Bros. of Chicago, and Strong & Warner Co., of St. Paul. She will be very much pleased to meet the ladies of Willmar and vicinity during her stay here.


Carl Tollefson
Source: Willmar Tribune (MN) June 4, 1895
ST. JOHNS ITEMS.
Carl Tollefson left for Charson last Tuesday to take charge of the cheese factory at that place.


Eric Travaas
Source: Willmar Tribune (Willmar, MN) May 7, 1895
HOLUM ITEMS. Eric Travaas has left for Cottonwood county, where he has some work to do as a mason.


Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Wicklund
Source: Willmar Tribune (MN) June 4, 1895
HOLLAND NEWS.
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Wicklund came to take a look at their new farm which is situated in this town, last Saturday. Mr. Wicklund also held services on Sunday, in his residence.



(1) Articles transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman unless otherwise indicated.



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