The Daily Republic, Mitchell, South Dakota
Mr. and Mrs. Albert G. Jansen of Springfield have announced the engagement of their daughter Deloris, to Pfc. Jack Tlustos, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tlustos of Dallas. No date has been set for the wedding. Pfc. Tlustos is stationed at Fort Campbell, Ky.
South Dakota Tornado
One Person Killed and Four Injured on Rosebud Reservation
Fairfax, South Dakota, July 13 – One person was killed and four injured, two probably fatally, by a tornado which swept over a portion of the Rosebud Reservation today.
At least three small towns are known to have been struck by the storm.
Roy McFadden was killed near St. Elmo. Eight persons were injured at Herrick and several buildings destroyed.
At Burke six people were injured, including James Jensen, his wife and baby, the latter two of whom may die.
[Dallas Morning News – July 14, 1905 -- Transcribed and Contributed by: Frances Cooley
[Dallas Morning News – July 14, 1905 -- Transcribed and Contributed by: Frances Cooley ]
Aberdeen Daily News, Wednesday, July 18, 1917
Rev. John C. Koths, pastor in charge of the United Evangelical church at Dallas, has published a letter in which he states emphatically that although all services in his church are conducted in the German language, contrary to certain rumors, there has never been any political meeting of any sort held in the church, or has there ever been an anti-war or anti-American sentiment expressed in the church, and "we are all loyal Americans, now and always stand by the stars and stripes, and we ask that we be treated as such."