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JANUARY 12, 1922 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE :- O I CLINTON NEWS Bailey is on the sick list. Ross made a business trip to the first of the week. Dimberg made a business to White Rock on Tuesday. Helen Charles will return to rhome in Hancock on Saturday. Lillie Erickson was a passen- t to the cities the first of the week. L. Hasbrouck, of Graceville trans- in Clinton on Monday. Agnes Merrihart of Graceville Saturday at the home of Michael Royal neighbors installed their officers on Thursday of Week. A. Treinen of Hancock is visiting W. L. Ross home over night on Epworth League held a social in the church parlors on Tues- evening. O. T. Harrison entertained a of friends at her home on Wed- night. C. Bender went to Minneapolis On Thursday the west Ladies' Aid of the Swedish church met at the home of Mrs. Swan Erickson, and on Fri- day the town division of that Aid will meet at the home of Isaac Shoquist. Mrs. Harold Krook entertained a pleasant little party at her home on Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Cole who has been a guest at the Erickson home since last Thursday. Thd W. C. T. U. met on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Beaty. The sec- ond lesson on "Government" was taken up. Refreshments were served. The meeting was instructive and well at- tended. The Ladies' Aid of the M. E. church will hold a meeting in the church par- lors on their next regular date, which is Wednesday, January 18. Refresh- ments will be served and all are cordi- ally invited. The home talent play put on in Clinton last Friday night, by the young people of Malta was well given and quite well attended considering the many social affairs held in Clin- ton about that time. Last Thursday night, Miss Eda Seidl gave a farewell party at her - : Ot Miss Margaret Little spent her va- @ Northwest Almond l [ in dstrict No. 19 on Tuseday. Miss Ruth Hanson spent the week- end with Miss Maym Erickson. Mrs. J. C. Johnson visited at the Hilmer Anderson home Monday. Misses Ruth Hanson and Maym Erickson visited at the home of Mat- tie McCartney, last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Dimberg and sons Harold and John visited at the Swan Erickson home on Monday eve- ning. The West Ladies' Aid of the Swe- dish Lutheran church will meet with Mrs. Swan Erickson Thursday of this week. Miss Edith Rasmussen did not begin her school duties this week in district No. 28 owing to her poor health. We hope for her a speedy recovery. Miss Mattie McCartney returned from the cities last Saturday where she spent her vacation. While there she visited at the homes of Rev. Adams and Dr. Flynn. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Rothwell, Mr. to attend a meeting of the home for Miss Opal Finberg. There fair board, were four couple of invited guests I : A. E. Howe and Russell return- and the evening was spent in playing tom a three weeks' visit at Lain-[progressive rook. Dainty refresh- last Friday. cation with her parents at Madison, Minn., but arrived on Sunday to re- sume work. Sup. C. W. DeGreef arrived Sunday to take up his school duties after spending two weeks at the home of his parents at Big Stone City. A birthday surprise was given Jan- uary 1, for Mrs. Ernest Nitz, Sr., who was 70 years old, at her home. It was attended by all the children except Hugo Nitz of Nassau. His birthday was on the same day so he celebrated it at his own home. Those who at- tended were Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Nitz and family of Odessa, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nitz, and family of Appleton, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nitz and fmily of Appleton, Mr .and Mrs. Otto Nitz and family of Odessa, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Calais and family of Odessa, Mr. and Mrs. George Nitz of Odessa, and Mr. Alfred Nitz of Odessa. A dainty supper was served at six o'clock and lunch at midnight. Everybody en- joyed a good time and departed for their respective homes leaving a ten dollar gold piece and other presents as -ifts of remembrance. Here's wishing Mrs. Nitz, Sr., many more Peter Rasmussen family were guests at the L. H. Stephens last Sunday. Treinen who visited at Clin- a few clays beYore retuyning to home in Hancock. ice harvest began this week on Eli under the management of A1. and Ray Beaty. Rogashaska, the county 'nurse, examining the pupils of the schools this week. and Mrs. Swan Erickson enter- a party of relatives at their on Wednesday night. Larson visited last week at N. D., at the home of his Emil Carlson. and Mrs. Win. Swank went to last Sunday to visit with and Mrs. Merlin Shannon. and Mrs. F. A. Struck enter- the F. R., Finberg family at a dinner Thursday night. Clara Sweezy went to Orton- on Friday night to visit a few the home of Chas. Sigloh. Heiman of'"The Music Mart" was in Clinton on Tues- m the interests of his business. *Home Nursing class, conducted county nurse, were resumed Week, after the holiday vacation. and Mrs. Leonard Mundwiller Children from near Ortonville vis- at the Wm. Chase home last Sun- will be degree work in the lodge next Tuesday night the Ortonville Woodmen are Maida Wheeler substituted in absence of Miss Brieholz, who did to Clinton until Monday Johnson, our local electrician, to the Glasser farm this week he is wiring the buildings for lights. four-year-old daughter of Mr. Clay Smith had her tonsils last Thursday at the office and Mrs. Hilmer Anderson, J. C. John- son, Harold Dimberg and Mahlon Mc- Cartney of this vicinity attended the social (lance last Friday night. merits were served. The Women's Auxiliary heht their | regular .meeting at the home of Mrs., FOSTER I E. O. Krook on Thursday afternoon i Easbman Bros., were grinding feed and elebted officers for the coming! for several of the neighbors last Fri- year. The names of the newly elected day. officers will be given next week. Re- lngval Kvatum called at Ray Steg- freshments were served. Her's Tuesday morning on town busi- On Saturday night the Almond ness. lodge No. 189, I. O. 0. F., held instal- lation ceremonies and on Monday night A. H. Sturges, distirct deputy, and Casper Wiegand, both of Orton- ville, came up and installed officers in the Big Stone Encampment No. 53. The Rebekah lodge held their in- stallation ceremonies in their lodge room Tuesday night. The newly elec- ted officers were Mrs. A. D. Sweezy, Noble Grand; Mrs. Millie Anderson, "Vice Grand; Mrs. Mabel Beaty, secre- tary; and Miss Ells Krook, treasurer. On Wednesday evening the Masons invited the Boy Scouts to their lodge rooms where an evening's entertain- ment had been planned for them. Af- ter a session of interesting talks and addresses the party sat down to a bountiful feed, a pastime dear to the heart of any boy, large or small. The occasion was a most pleasant one and fully enjoyed by 5oth orders. The Loan Closet, under the auspices of the Public Health department of the Red Cross has been placed in a sanitary case and installed in the Clin- ton Drug store with Miss Ruth Hick- son, & custodian. The Closet has been equipped as follows: 6 sheets. 6 pil- low cases, 5 night gowns, 2 hospital gowns, 2 pajamas and qufte a supply of baby clothes. Any one in need of any of these articles is welcome to use them, the oly requirement being that they shall be returned in sanitary condition after a reasonable time. Movie Program. Saturday, January 14--Viola Dana in "The Match Breaker," and a two reel comed`v. Monday, January 16- Constance Talmadge in "A Woman's place," and two reel comedy. Wed- Wallace Rossenlund visited several days at the Eli Stotesbury home this week. Austin Palmer visted several days with his cousin, Leslie Hastings this week. Joe Holden was visiting at the Geo. Cuff home north of Beardsley last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lawrence and family visited Tuesday at the Holm- berg home. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Stotesbury enter- tained a large party of young people Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lawrence enter- tained a number of relatives at a din- ner Thurgday evening. Lovell Connelly was having his well repaired this week. Autos Grosch, of Beardsley did the work. 'I Mrs. Benedicts Holmberg and daughters Jennie and Severina visited at the Harry Tripp home last Mon- day. Mrs. D. M. Warrington, Mr. John Huntsinger and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stegner were visitors at the Wm. Bow- er home Sundy evening. Robert Jennings put in several days this week working on the "hopper" of. the Connelly Contracting company's grading outfit at Beardsley. Harry Eastman, who has been vis- iting the past two weeks at the home !of his uncle, Mike Eastman, returned last Wednesday to his teaching duties at Java, S. D. There was a Ladies' Aid social at the home of John Carlson Saturday evening. There was a fair atten- dance, considering the weather and those attending spent a very pleasant Bergan. Cole and two chiMren who been visiting at the J. L. Erick- left on Wednesday for her in Fargo. schools in this vicinity both ru- village reopened on Monday week with their respective on duty. nesday, January 18, Serenade. Spe- cial music for these shows by Clinton orchera. MALTA O The younger children in the Floyd Sims family are sick with colds. Radcliffe moved on Wednesday M.H. Boals, who has been in poor the J. J. O'Donnell farm in To- health for some time, is reported to to a farm. in Section 3 be improving. township. A son, Richard Joseph, was born W. L. Ross returned from on Saturday where tJhe has t siting for the past three weeks. Was accompanied by her sister, to report that at last condition of Mrs. Agard was considerably improved. she is still under the doctor's Mrs. Carr Bailey and two of Milbak visited at the of T. K. Norton last Sunday. Norton and Mrs. Bailey are Sis- and Mrs. Ed. Utley and Norms were dinner guests at Beaty home on Tuesday The occasion was Mrs. Beaty's will be a basket ball game on The high school team ay against the Morris Agri- school team at the gymna- in Clinton. Ethel Peterson came up from on Thursday and. visited 1 Iiss Mamie Carlson until Sat- rnorninsr when she left for her near Wheaton. to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moore on Satur- day, January 7. The Ladies' Aid of the Swedish Lu- theran church will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs.' Shoquist on Friday, January 13: Misses Myrtle and Gladys Lareon resumed their high school work in Clinton after spending the holidays at their home. Mr. and Mrs D. A, Williams, Mrs. Will Sanders and Miss Mary Hickso n were callers at the Elmer Anderson home on Sunday. o Miss Lydia Stotesbury of Barry has returned to her school duties in District No. 10 after spending two weeks at her Jome. Miss Thelma Force, who spent the Christmas vacation with Mrs. Karl Beaty of Clinton has resumed her school duties in District No. 39. Mr. isaac Shoquist, who had his arm broken in November and who has been "shut in" for weeks, was able to attend church services Sunday. His many friends are pleased to see him out again. evening. The ladies were weighed and their partners at supper donated one cent a pound to the fund. Among the entertainments of the evening was an athletic contest between Notre Dame College and the U. of M., which aroused a good deal of enthusiasm. The party broke up at a late hour. @ I ODESSA .... O Miss Anna Edquist spen the week md with friends at CorrelL Our public school opened Monday fter a two weeks vacation. George Nitz spent sundaylwith his brother Frank at Appleton. Albert Schwandt is help!ngltake invoice at. the Frank Schuett store this week. 'Miss May DeGreef of Big Stone City has charge of the Primary de- partment. Miss Ads Jallo was called to Apple- ton Thursday on account of the ill- ness of her brother Carl. Miss Gladys Lenz returned Satur- day from St. Paul after spending her vacation with her mother. C. H. Bateon returned to Elgirb Minn., on Friday to be present Monday morning for school duties. The Farmers store opened up Sat- urday the first time in two months. Alex Wahaske is in charge. Miss Margaret Maland of Marietta returned Monday to resume her teaching in the Griese District. Miss Gertrude Lyon returned Sun- day evening having spent her vaca- tion with a sister in Minneapolis. Ann Sweezy, who has been with her daughters, Mrs. Ad- and Mrs. Chas. Sigloh, past six weeks has returned home in Clinton. T. Stanton is very seriously sick in the Graceville hospital. Mr. has been making his home in since last fall and it was was taken sick. Win. Mills entertained a party at her home on Sunday in of her laughter Zella's birth- About fifteen guests were pres- njoy the occasion. Opal Finberg returned to on Friday night to resume work. She was accompan- Minneapolis by her sister ha returned on Saturday night. i i ii Ill l ne III Cream, Poultry, Illl Ill Eggs, Hides IIII x vv I1! and Furs " Jill P00odoce Ill Clinton, Minn. C.C. STEEN, Prop. II100 birthdays. o CORRELL NEWS l M. George went to the cities Fri- clay. Rudolph Aft was a passenger to Ap- pleton Saturday. Berenice Hudson made a trip to Minneapolis Friday. Miss Elizabeth All has been on the sick list the past week. Vernon Friday returned after visit- ing a few days at Renville. Fred Maynard returned Saturday night from a trip to the cities. Mable Allen visited her sister, Mrs. Ed. Lundgren for a few days last week. E. G. Vaughan and J. A. Anderson went to Appleton on a business trip Thursday. A fine young lady arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Hardkoph last Saturday. A serious accident occurred when Roll Grandprey injured his foot while :chopping wood. Raymond Woods returned to North- field Sunday where he is attending Carleton College. Mr. Granger and Eugene returned from Canby Friday where they spent a few days visiting relatives. The Ladies' Aid met at Albert De- Wall's last Saturday and officers elec- ted for the year are" Mrs. Mike Luch- singer, president, Mrs. J. H. Woods vice-president, and Mrs. Donk, treas- urer and secretary. ii i u, i NORTH PRIOR l Miss Rhoda Anderson of Mankato spent her vacation at the Wemblom home. Mr. and Mrs. Claus Johnson enter- tained a party of neighbors and friends at supper on Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carlberg gave a card party on Friday night. About 25 guests were present and a pleasant evening enjoyed. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank the ,many friendx and neighbors who showed us kind- nesses and sympathy in our recent bereavement; also for the beautiful floral offerings. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hahn and family. --We grind anything in the line of coarse flour, Graham, Corn Meal, Ry or Buckwheat. See us about flour. We have it at $3.00 per 98 pound sack. Ortonville Feed Store. 36-tf Buy a New and Better Battery and Save Money The New battery is built of the HIGHEST GRADE Batteryparts ob- tainable. Every piece and part used in its construction is made by manu- facturers specializing in the individual parts they make, so the best there is in the battery line is built into this new battery. This new battery was designed and built to meet a certain high standard not a certain price. Our aim was how good a battery we could make--not how cheap we could make it. Our main object wasto build a bat- tery with an abundance of capacity, energy and service in it, so our cus- tomers could get years of service and satisfaction out of it--at a price that is right. If you need a battery get one now, cold weather wont hurt it. Remember if you haven't sent in your suggestion for a name fo[this new and better battery do so now as the contest closes on January 15th. 0rtonville Auto & Supply Co. Halls & Hendrickson Soap Specials I I I I I I  I I II I II I I] I I I I I .... The cry of the times is "lower prices" and we are giving them to you in this SOAP SALE. At the prices given below we believe that there is not a woman but what will show a desire to save by purchasing a supply to fill her require- ments for some time to come. IVORY SOAP Ivory Soap, large, 2 for .................. 25c Ivory Soap, small, 3 for .................... 25c Ivory Flakes, 3 for ............ , .... .:.. ..... 30c Lenox, 6 for ...................... . ..... =.., ..... 25e P. & G. regular price 3 for 24c, 1 for le Four for .................. : ........... : ..... .... .... 25c P. & G., reg. price 6 for 48c, 2 for .... lc Eight for .............. : ....... .. ............... 49c P. & G., reg. price 12 for 98c, 5 for.. 3c Seventeen for ............................ 99c Chipso, 2 for ................ : ........ : ............ 25c Star Naptha, small, 6 for ................ 27c Star Naptha large, reg. 35c, 1 for .... 25c Sopade, small, 3 for .......................... 25c Sopade, large, ................................... 25c Crisco, 1 lb ........................................... 25c Crisco, 11/.o lb ...................................... 35c Crisco, 3 lb .......................................... 68c Sale Begins Saturday, Jan. 14 Ends Saturday, Jan. 21 I I I The Pioneer Store Co-Op. Co. JANUARY 12, 1922 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE :- O I CLINTON NEWS Bailey is on the sick list. Ross made a business trip to the first of the week. Dimberg made a business to White Rock on Tuesday. Helen Charles will return to rhome in Hancock on Saturday. Lillie Erickson was a passen- t to the cities the first of the week. L. Hasbrouck, of Graceville trans- in Clinton on Monday. Agnes Merrihart of Graceville Saturday at the home of Michael Royal neighbors installed their officers on Thursday of Week. A. Treinen of Hancock is visiting W. L. Ross home over night on Epworth League held a social in the church parlors on Tues- evening. O. T. Harrison entertained a of friends at her home on Wed- night. C. Bender went to Minneapolis On Thursday the west Ladies' Aid of the Swedish church met at the home of Mrs. Swan Erickson, and on Fri- day the town division of that Aid will meet at the home of Isaac Shoquist. Mrs. Harold Krook entertained a pleasant little party at her home on Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Cole who has been a guest at the Erickson home since last Thursday. Thd W. C. T. U. met on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Beaty. The sec- ond lesson on "Government" was taken up. Refreshments were served. The meeting was instructive and well at- tended. The Ladies' Aid of the M. E. church will hold a meeting in the church par- lors on their next regular date, which is Wednesday, January 18. Refresh- ments will be served and all are cordi- ally invited. The home talent play put on in Clinton last Friday night, by the young people of Malta was well given and quite well attended considering the many social affairs held in Clin- ton about that time. Last Thursday night, Miss Eda Seidl gave a farewell party at her - : Ot Miss Margaret Little spent her va- @ Northwest Almond l [ in dstrict No. 19 on Tuseday. Miss Ruth Hanson spent the week- end with Miss Maym Erickson. Mrs. J. C. Johnson visited at the Hilmer Anderson home Monday. Misses Ruth Hanson and Maym Erickson visited at the home of Mat- tie McCartney, last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Dimberg and sons Harold and John visited at the Swan Erickson home on Monday eve- ning. The West Ladies' Aid of the Swe- dish Lutheran church will meet with Mrs. Swan Erickson Thursday of this week. Miss Edith Rasmussen did not begin her school duties this week in district No. 28 owing to her poor health. We hope for her a speedy recovery. Miss Mattie McCartney returned from the cities last Saturday where she spent her vacation. While there she visited at the homes of Rev. Adams and Dr. Flynn. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Rothwell, Mr. to attend a meeting of the home for Miss Opal Finberg. There fair board, were four couple of invited guests I : A. E. Howe and Russell return- and the evening was spent in playing tom a three weeks' visit at Lain-[progressive rook. Dainty refresh- last Friday. cation with her parents at Madison, Minn., but arrived on Sunday to re- sume work. Sup. C. W. DeGreef arrived Sunday to take up his school duties after spending two weeks at the home of his parents at Big Stone City. A birthday surprise was given Jan- uary 1, for Mrs. Ernest Nitz, Sr., who was 70 years old, at her home. It was attended by all the children except Hugo Nitz of Nassau. His birthday was on the same day so he celebrated it at his own home. Those who at- tended were Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Nitz and family of Odessa, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nitz, and family of Appleton, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nitz and fmily of Appleton, Mr .and Mrs. Otto Nitz and family of Odessa, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Calais and family of Odessa, Mr. and Mrs. George Nitz of Odessa, and Mr. Alfred Nitz of Odessa. A dainty supper was served at six o'clock and lunch at midnight. Everybody en- joyed a good time and departed for their respective homes leaving a ten dollar gold piece and other presents as -ifts of remembrance. Here's wishing Mrs. Nitz, Sr., many more Peter Rasmussen family were guests at the L. H. Stephens last Sunday. Treinen who visited at Clin- a few clays beYore retuyning to home in Hancock. ice harvest began this week on Eli under the management of A1. and Ray Beaty. Rogashaska, the county 'nurse, examining the pupils of the schools this week. and Mrs. Swan Erickson enter- a party of relatives at their on Wednesday night. Larson visited last week at N. D., at the home of his Emil Carlson. and Mrs. Win. Swank went to last Sunday to visit with and Mrs. Merlin Shannon. and Mrs. F. A. Struck enter- the F. R., Finberg family at a dinner Thursday night. Clara Sweezy went to Orton- on Friday night to visit a few the home of Chas. Sigloh. Heiman of'"The Music Mart" was in Clinton on Tues- m the interests of his business. *Home Nursing class, conducted county nurse, were resumed Week, after the holiday vacation. and Mrs. Leonard Mundwiller Children from near Ortonville vis- at the Wm. Chase home last Sun- will be degree work in the lodge next Tuesday night the Ortonville Woodmen are Maida Wheeler substituted in absence of Miss Brieholz, who did to Clinton until Monday Johnson, our local electrician, to the Glasser farm this week he is wiring the buildings for lights. four-year-old daughter of Mr. Clay Smith had her tonsils last Thursday at the office and Mrs. Hilmer Anderson, J. C. John- son, Harold Dimberg and Mahlon Mc- Cartney of this vicinity attended the social (lance last Friday night. merits were served. The Women's Auxiliary heht their | regular .meeting at the home of Mrs., FOSTER I E. O. Krook on Thursday afternoon i Easbman Bros., were grinding feed and elebted officers for the coming! for several of the neighbors last Fri- year. The names of the newly elected day. officers will be given next week. Re- lngval Kvatum called at Ray Steg- freshments were served. Her's Tuesday morning on town busi- On Saturday night the Almond ness. lodge No. 189, I. O. 0. F., held instal- lation ceremonies and on Monday night A. H. Sturges, distirct deputy, and Casper Wiegand, both of Orton- ville, came up and installed officers in the Big Stone Encampment No. 53. The Rebekah lodge held their in- stallation ceremonies in their lodge room Tuesday night. The newly elec- ted officers were Mrs. A. D. Sweezy, Noble Grand; Mrs. Millie Anderson, "Vice Grand; Mrs. Mabel Beaty, secre- tary; and Miss Ells Krook, treasurer. On Wednesday evening the Masons invited the Boy Scouts to their lodge rooms where an evening's entertain- ment had been planned for them. Af- ter a session of interesting talks and addresses the party sat down to a bountiful feed, a pastime dear to the heart of any boy, large or small. The occasion was a most pleasant one and fully enjoyed by 5oth orders. The Loan Closet, under the auspices of the Public Health department of the Red Cross has been placed in a sanitary case and installed in the Clin- ton Drug store with Miss Ruth Hick- son, & custodian. The Closet has been equipped as follows: 6 sheets. 6 pil- low cases, 5 night gowns, 2 hospital gowns, 2 pajamas and qufte a supply of baby clothes. Any one in need of any of these articles is welcome to use them, the oly requirement being that they shall be returned in sanitary condition after a reasonable time. Movie Program. Saturday, January 14--Viola Dana in "The Match Breaker," and a two reel comed`v. Monday, January 16- Constance Talmadge in "A Woman's place," and two reel comedy. Wed- Wallace Rossenlund visited several days at the Eli Stotesbury home this week. Austin Palmer visted several days with his cousin, Leslie Hastings this week. Joe Holden was visiting at the Geo. Cuff home north of Beardsley last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lawrence and family visited Tuesday at the Holm- berg home. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Stotesbury enter- tained a large party of young people Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lawrence enter- tained a number of relatives at a din- ner Thurgday evening. Lovell Connelly was having his well repaired this week. Autos Grosch, of Beardsley did the work. 'I Mrs. Benedicts Holmberg and daughters Jennie and Severina visited at the Harry Tripp home last Mon- day. Mrs. D. M. Warrington, Mr. John Huntsinger and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stegner were visitors at the Wm. Bow- er home Sundy evening. Robert Jennings put in several days this week working on the "hopper" of. the Connelly Contracting company's grading outfit at Beardsley. Harry Eastman, who has been vis- iting the past two weeks at the home !of his uncle, Mike Eastman, returned last Wednesday to his teaching duties at Java, S. D. There was a Ladies' Aid social at the home of John Carlson Saturday evening. There was a fair atten- dance, considering the weather and those attending spent a very pleasant Bergan. Cole and two chiMren who been visiting at the J. L. Erick. left on Wednesday for her in Fargo. schools in this vicinity both ru- village reopened on Monday week with their respective on duty. nesday, January 18, Serenade. Spe- cial music for these shows by Clinton orchera. MALTA O The younger children in the Floyd Sims family are sick with colds. Radcliffe moved on Wednesday M.H. Boals, who has been in poor the J. J. O'Donnell farm in To- health for some time, is reported to to a farm. in Section 3 be improving. township. A son, Richard Joseph, was born W. L. Ross returned from on Saturday where tJhe has t siting for the past three weeks. Was accompanied by her sister, to report that at last condition of Mrs. Agard was considerably improved. she is still under the doctor's Mrs. Carr Bailey and two of Milbak visited at the of T. K. Norton last Sunday. Norton and Mrs. Bailey are Sis- and Mrs. Ed. Utley and Norms were dinner guests at Beaty home on Tuesday The occasion was Mrs. Beaty's will be a basket ball game on The high school team ay against the Morris Agri- school team at the gymna- in Clinton. Ethel Peterson came up from on Thursday and. visited 1 Iiss Mamie Carlson until Sat- rnorninsr when she left for her near Wheaton. to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moore on Satur- day, January 7. The Ladies' Aid of the Swedish Lu- theran church will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs.' Shoquist on Friday, January 13: Misses Myrtle and Gladys Lareon resumed their high school work in Clinton after spending the holidays at their home. Mr. and Mrs D. A, Williams, Mrs. Will Sanders and Miss Mary Hickso n were callers at the Elmer Anderson home on Sunday. o Miss Lydia Stotesbury of Barry has returned to her school duties in District No. 10 after spending two weeks at her Jome. Miss Thelma Force, who spent the Christmas vacation with Mrs. Karl Beaty of Clinton has resumed her school duties in District No. 39. Mr. isaac Shoquist, who had his arm broken in November and who has been "shut in" for weeks, was able to attend church services Sunday. His many friends are pleased to see him out again. evening. The ladies were weighed and their partners at supper donated one cent a pound to the fund. Among the entertainments of the evening was an athletic contest between Notre Dame College and the U. of M., which aroused a good deal of enthusiasm. The party broke up at a late hour. @ I ODESSA .... O Miss Anna Edquist spen the week md with friends at CorrelL Our public school opened Monday fter a two weeks vacation. George Nitz spent sundaylwith his brother Frank at Appleton. Albert Schwandt is help!ngltake invoice at. the Frank Schuett store this week. 'Miss May DeGreef of Big Stone City has charge of the Primary de- partment. Miss Ads Jallo was called to Apple- ton Thursday on account of the ill- ness of her brother Carl. Miss Gladys Lenz returned Satur- day from St. Paul after spending her vacation with her mother. C. H. Bateon returned to Elgirb Minn., on Friday to be present Monday morning for school duties. The Farmers store opened up Sat- urday the first time in two months. Alex Wahaske is in charge. Miss Margaret Maland of Marietta returned Monday to resume her teaching in the Griese District. Miss Gertrude Lyon returned Sun- day evening having spent her vaca- tion with a sister in Minneapolis. Ann Sweezy, who has been with her daughters, Mrs. Ad- and Mrs. Chas. Sigloh, past six weeks has returned home in Clinton. T. Stanton is very seriously sick in the Graceville hospital. Mr. has been making his home in since last fall and it was was taken sick. Win. Mills entertained a party at her home on Sunday in of her laughter Zella's birth- About fifteen guests were pres- njoy the occasion. Opal Finberg returned to on Friday night to resume work. She was accompan- Minneapolis by her sister ha returned on Saturday night. i i ii Ill l ne III Cream, Poultry, Illl Ill Eggs, Hides IIII x vv I1! and Furs " Jill P00odoce Ill Clinton, Minn. C.C. STEEN, Prop. II100 birthdays. o CORRELL NEWS l M. George went to the cities Fri- clay. Rudolph Aft was a passenger to Ap- pleton Saturday. Berenice Hudson made a trip to Minneapolis Friday. Miss Elizabeth All has been on the sick list the past week. Vernon Friday returned after visit- ing a few days at Renville. Fred Maynard returned Saturday night from a trip to the cities. Mable Allen visited her sister, Mrs. Ed. Lundgren for a few days last week. E. G. Vaughan and J. A. Anderson went to Appleton on a business trip Thursday. A fine young lady arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Hardkoph last Saturday. A serious accident occurred when Roll Grandprey injured his foot while :chopping wood. Raymond Woods returned to North- field Sunday where he is attending Carleton College. Mr. Granger and Eugene returned from Canby Friday where they spent a few days visiting relatives. The Ladies' Aid met at Albert De- Wall's last Saturday and officers elec- ted for the year are" Mrs. Mike Luch- singer, president, Mrs. J. H. Woods vice-president, and Mrs. Donk, treas- urer and secretary. ii i u, i NORTH PRIOR l Miss Rhoda Anderson of Mankato spent her vacation at the Wemblom home. Mr. and Mrs. Claus Johnson enter- tained a party of neighbors and friends at supper on Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carlberg gave a card party on Friday night. About 25 guests were present and a pleasant evening enjoyed. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank the ,many friendx and neighbors who showed us kind- nesses and sympathy in our recent bereavement; also for the beautiful floral offerings. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hahn and family. --We grind anything in the line of coarse flour, Graham, Corn Meal, Ry or Buckwheat. See us about flour. We have it at $3.00 per 98 pound sack. Ortonville Feed Store. 36-tf Buy a New and Better Battery and Save Money The New battery is built of the HIGHEST GRADE Batteryparts ob- tainable. Every piece and part used in its construction is made by manu- facturers specializing in the individual parts they make, so the best there is in the battery line is built into this new battery. This new battery was designed and built to meet a certain high standard not a certain price. Our aim was how good a battery we could make--not how cheap we could make it. Our main object wasto build a bat- tery with an abundance of capacity, energy and service in it, so our cus- tomers could get years of service and satisfaction out of it--at a price that is right. If you need a battery get one now, cold weather wont hurt it. Remember if you haven't sent in your suggestion for a name fo[this new and better battery do so now as the contest closes on January 15th. 0rtonville Auto & Supply Co. Halls & Hendrickson Soap Specials I I I I I I  I I II I II I I] I I I I I .... The cry of the times is "lower prices" and we are giving them to you in this SOAP SALE. At the prices given below we believe that there is not a woman but what will show a desire to save by purchasing a supply to fill her require- ments for some time to come. IVORY SOAP Ivory Soap, large, 2 for .................. 25c Ivory Soap, small, 3 for .................... 25c Ivory Flakes, 3 for ............ , .... .:.. ..... 30c Lenox, 6 for ...................... . ..... =.., ..... 25e P. & G. regular price 3 for 24c, 1 for le Four for .................. : ........... : ..... .... .... 25c P. & G., reg. price 6 for 48c, 2 for .... lc Eight for .............. : ....... .. ............... 49c P. & G., reg. price 12 for 98c, 5 for.. 3c Seventeen for ............................ 99c Chipso, 2 for ................ : ........ : ............ 25c Star Naptha, small, 6 for ................ 27c Star Naptha large, reg. 35c, 1 for .... 25c Sopade, small, 3 for .......................... 25c Sopade, large, ................................... 25c Crisco, 1 lb ........................................... 25c Crisco, 11/.o lb ...................................... 35c Crisco, 3 lb .......................................... 68c Sale Begins Saturday, Jan. 14 Ends Saturday, Jan. 21 I I I The Pioneer Store Co-Op. Co. THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE e CLINTON NEWS Rley is on the sick list, ?, Ross made a busm trip t Mrs the flt of the eek. Dimberg made a bines t Helen Charles wilt rurn tt in Hanck on Saturday. s IAIlie Er/ekson was g paean Hasbrouck, of Greville trans-[ less, in Clinton on Monday. m Agnes MerHhart of Griddle atmday at the home of Michael ROyal neighbors installed their y of smng W. L. Ross home over night on ' Epworth League held a sial parlors on TU- in. . g,. Hrison enteltained ,f friends at her ]mme on Wed- .Jght. to Minneapolis Sday to atter] a meeting of the : A E. Howe and RusseII retuml- tPra a three weeks' visit at Lam last Friday. Peter Raussen famiIy were gsts at the L. H. Stephens last Sunday, at Clin fPw days before ting to oe in Hancock. ice honest began this week on Eli under the magement of AL mr and Ray Beaty. :s ]gshaska, the county 'nurse,  examining the pupils of the r. and Mm. Swan Erlckson enter. I a party of latives at their on Wednesday night, a Latin sited last wk at de, N. D., at the home of his d Mrs. W Swank went to last "Sunday to visit wlth ,rid M Merlin Shnon. ' d M. F A Struck enter- the F. E.FInherg family at a tful dier Thursday nighL Sway went  Orion. b 0 Friday night to visit a f t at the home of Chm. SIgloh. , Heiman of The MuMc Mart" eville was In Clinton on Tues. n th e integers of his business. On ThurSday the west Ladies' Aid of the Swedish church met at the home of Mrs. Swan Eckso., and on Fri- [ day the town dision of that Aid will mt at the home of Ic Shoquist. Mrs. Humid Kok entertained a pleant little party at her home on ruelay afteoon in honor of Mrs, Cole who has been a guest at the Eriekn home since la t Thurs a.' Thd W. C. T. U. met on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Booty. The see- md lesson on "Government" was ken p. Refreshments we served. The meeting was instctve and well at nded. Northwest Almond i Miss Gail lthll vlstod school in dtriet No. 19 on Tuseday. Miss Ruth Hanson spent the week- end with Mis Maym Eckso Mrs. J. C. Johnson visited at the mimer Amlerson home Monday. Misses Ruth Hann and Maym Erickson visited at the home of Ma tie McCaney, last Sunday. Miss Margaret Little spent her va- cation with her pante at Madison, Minn,, but aived on Sunday to - same work. Sap C. W. DeGf arved Sunday to take up MS hl duties after spenng t.e wks at the home of bs paints at Big Stone City. A bihday surm'ise was given Jan- uary 1, for Mr Eest Nitz, St. who w 7O years old, at her home. It w attended by all the children expt Mr. an6 Mrs. Joe. Dimberg and Hugo Nitz of Nassau. His birthday sons Harold and John visited at the was on the se day so he eeiebted Swan Ekson home on Monday eve- it at hs . home. Those who at- tendl we Mr. and M. C. F. Ntz niug. The Idies' Aid of the M. E. church The West Ladies' Aid of the Swe- and family of Odessa, Mr. and M. will hold a meeting in the chch par- dish Lutheran chuh ll mt with Frank Nitz, and family of Appleton, Iors on their next regular date, which Swan Eekson Thuray of ths Mr. and M. Fred Nit and fly] af Appleton, Mr .and M. Otto Nitz s Wednesday, January 18. Relish-  Paul Calais and family of Odes, Mr. merits will be seed and all are eordi- Miss Edith Rasmsen did not begin and family of Odessa, Mr. and Mr ally intl, her school duties this week in distct The home tdent play put on in No. 28 owing to her poor health. W an, Mrs. George N tz of Odsa, and Clinton last Friday night, by the hope fur her a speedy recovery. Mr. Alfred Nitz of Ode, A dainty young pple of Mta was well given Miss Matte McCaney reted supper w served at sx o'clock and . luch at mid "ght E rybedy and qmte well attended nmdeug from t e c es as Sa urday where n n! . ve - ............................................................. Yed r ( la d ] .... ton about that t .... he visited at the h ...... f Rev. d r sP " .... g a te Seldl eve a farewell art at her Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ro hwel Mr. I  " . I g . P y ,a IM Hi ' [wtsnng Mrs, Nltz, Sr., many mo home for Mss Opal Finborg. There n rs. i mer Anderson, J. C. John- birthday s were four couple of nvi e ges s I son, Harold Dimberg and Mahlun Me- ' and the evening was spent in playivg Car hey of th e v c nit 3, often led thole ---- progssive rook Dainty fresh-I social dance last Friday mght. I I CORRELL NEWS merits were se'ed, l @ -- ] @ -- The Women's Auxiliary held their I  ] Ida M' Gevrge went to the cities Fri gular ntiug at the hme of Mrs'l @  Y E o Krk on Thursday afternoon] e I Rudolph Air was a pasnger to Ap- , as n .., r gnn mg  p eten Sa urday and el dcted oflrs for th? coming for severa of he ne ghbors Iast Fri- Be  ]-lud made a t , t year. Tnenamesettnenewwmeet: d nl . "son np o omcers will be gven ext week. Re ; aY" al K turn ii d t E Mmneap she Friday. On Saturday night the Almond[hess. Slekhstthepastk. lodge No. 189, I. O. O. F., held instal- Walla Rose.land isite d sever ] . Vernon Fday retued after visit- ]aion co.resales d on Monday day s at the Eli Stotesbury home thi lng a few days at Renville. night A. H. Sturg es, distiret deputy, wk. Fred Maynard returned Saturday and Cper Wiegaml, both of Orion- Austin Palmer vsted several day night fm a trip to the cities. ville, me up and installed officers wlth his cousin, Leslie Htings tM Mable Alien visited her sister, M. k. E Ldgren for a few day last J Holden w visiting at the Geo. wk. Cuff home north of Beardsley last E. G, Vaughn and J. A. Andern w In the Big Stone Enpment N 58. The Rebkah lodge hoM their in- stallation ceremonies in their ledg room Tuday nigh The newly elec- ted officers we Mr A. D. Sweez, Noble Gud; Mr Millie Andeon, ee Gud; M. Mabel Booty, e. tory; d Miss Eli Krook, treas On Wednday evening the Mom in.ted the Boy Scouts to their lodg ms where  evening's entertain. ment had bean planned for therm 2L, ter a ssi of inte.ting tales mad addresses the party sat do to a bountiful feed, a pasme dr to the heart of auy boy, large or small. The sion was a most pleant o and Home Nursing class, conducted fully enjoyed by loth orderm s, were e The LOU Civet, under the auspfc ek. after the holiday vaeaen of th Fuhli Heath department oZ . and Mrs. Leonard Mdwille: the Red Cross has been placed in a ldn from near Ortnlle . savRry  and installed in the in- the Win, Cha home lt Sun- on Dg sto with Miss Ruth Hick- ere dll he de tee o sen,  custodian. The CloSet h been I  w rk in th eqvpped as follows: 6 sheet 6 pil- man Iod next. T.esdy. nlgh low cases* 6 m'gvht gowns, 2 hospital e.h a gos. 2 paias and quit. a supply the Oruvflle Woodmen ' Md of baby eloth. Any one in need of a Wheeler substituted i, y of these artiel is welcome to sben of Miss Bebelz, who did we them. the oly requirement bng tu to Cnton tll Monday mS. Johnson r laI eleetrid, !t to the Glosser fa this week he i wing th braidings for e lights, in "The Match Baker," and a two hat they shall be returned in sanitary nditlon after a asnnable time. Movie program. Saturday, January 14Vlola Dana l medy. Monday. Jaery 16-- Constance Talmadge in "A Wnm's pla," and two l comedy. Wed- nesday. Janrv 18, Serenade. ape- cial music for these shows by Clinton orchestm. The younger children in the Floyd alms fiy a sick with Ids. ,e four.yes.old daughter of Mr. MI, Clay Smith had her tonsils 'red last Thdy at the umee Bergs. t Cole and two chidden who ' bee. visiting at the J. L Eck- home left on Wednesday for her in Fargo. hls ie this vtdrdty bth - mad village pen on MorMay k week with thdr respective rs on duty. dcOff moved on Wednesday the J. J. O'Donrll fa in T osMp to a fa In Stion '6:hoke toahip. on Satuitay wm e tiag for the lst three k ta omnll by her rioter, agiad to rtt that Lt last t the condition of Mra Agard wa eonfldembly impS, Mr. and Mrm A. J. Lan and fily sited Tuesday at the Holm- b.rg home. Mr. d Mr EU Stotesbury enter- rained a large party of young people Monday evening. Mr. d Mrs. A. J. Lawrence ente mined a number ef rafives at a din- .er Thursday edng. Ill Connelly was having his well paired th wk. Anton Groh, of Berd,ley did the wor M, Benedicta Hotmberg and daughte e.ve d Serlna sitod at the Harry Tpp home last Mnn- day. Mrs. D. M, Warrington, Mr. John Huntsinge and Mr. and M. Ray Stea were visito at the Win. Bor- er home Stmdy evening. , Robert Jenniuge put in veral days this week werklng on th "hopp" nf the Conlly Co.tti.g mpany's grading outfit at Beardsley. Harry Etm, who has been vis- iting the pact two wks at the home ef his ucle, Mike Eastman, returned lt Weduesday tn his teaching duties at Java, S. D. There was a Ladies' dd sim at the home of John Carlson Saturday eveuing. There w a fair atten- dance, usiderng the weather and tho attending spent a very plent evening. The iadiea w weighed d their partners at supper donated oue cent s pnund to the fund. Amon the tert*dments sf the evening wa an athletic csntest betwn Notr Dame College and the U, o M. whi aroused a geod dt of eathusiasm The party bke up at a late hour. ? --' ODESSA Miss Arma Edqtdtt spt the eel cvd with fHeads at CorreIL O public sehl opened Monday after a two week vacation. George Nit pt Sunday rith his brother Fraek st Ap eto.. Atbert Sehwadt is helping toe involee at. the Frank Sehatt sto this =nmk. went to Appleton on a bIness trip Thnrsday, A fine young lady grrlved at the hnme of Mr. ad Mrs, G Hardkoph last Saturday. A rio dent curred when Roll Grandpy inmed his foot while chop#rig wond. Raymond Wds returned to North* M. H. Bols, who h heen in poor health for some time, is ported ta $ be tmpng. A u, mehsl Joseph.  bore n t Mr. and M. JC Mre o Satur- day. anuary 7. The Ladiea' Aid  the Swdl.h LU- theraa Chah U,mt at the hom of Mr. and Mr Shoqms on Friday January 18. ' Mis-s Myrtle ad Glady Lsr ,eheietilldrthedocto sumed their htgh heol rk h , .d Mm ca alley lad tw Clinton sfter slmd.g the holidays am of Milbk vited at file at their home.. ot T. K. Norto )at Sunday. Mr. a.d Mrs. D. A Williams, Mrs. Will Sanders and lm Msry Hlelun Nera d M Bailey  t. dI at the Eaer Andermn .  Mrs. Ed. Utley d Norm home on Su.day. ille r di guests al Mls Lydh StotBtmly of Barry Bet ho en Tuela hu tumed to her chl duties in omcDn was Mr& Beaty' Ditflct Ne. 10 after spending two yWill be a buket bll game er ight. The high sdoot tesu lay ast the Morris A, Il school e at the gymn la Clinton. s Ethel pete  up from lh on Thursday and. sleed i Mamie Cation u.tfi Sat- morain when she laft for her 1 nr Wheato Ann Swzy, who ha beeu ;  ith her daughters, M Ad- ohna and Mr Ch. Sigloh, the past six weeks has turned tr hema in Clinton. T, Stanton is very seH]y sick is in the G'lie hespltah Mr. ton h been maldug his home in le sin last fall and It wa IL WI m Mills tortained a party tieltis at her home on Sday in of her laughter Zena's bith- &boat fifteen gaest we ps- noy the occasion. s Opal Fiuberg returned to aul on Friday night to se thool work She was aceompau- Minneapolis by her sister Irs turned ou Saturday night. MiSS May DGrff of I Store City has .brge of the P de. pm-tmk . Kiss Ado Jd[o was lled to App[ ton nursday  eout of the ill- ness of her bther Carl. Miss Gly Ltraz rted 8ator- day from S Pad ffmr lpedi her vtion with her metht. C. H. Bat*on etumed to Elgin, wtts at her me. , Mi., en Fldday to be pmeut Monday Miss nel Force, who smt the i for syeal dutlea ChrlstmM vti0n with Mr Krl The Ftwmm atore epened tO Sat- Beaty of Clinton has reded her urday the flrat tae in two month OOl duties in Distinct No. 89, Alex Wahuhe is In charge. Mr. I Shequist, whe bad his Mis Mgaret Mand ef Mdetta arm broken in Nmber d who has re, rued Monday to remme he* bn "shut in" for weeks, wM sbleto teaching in the Grle Disttlct. attosd ehuh servis 8day. His Mlas Gertrude Lyon r,turned Sun. many fends are plead to e blm day vening haing spent her va. out again, tlon with a elater lu MinnetpoU BRING YOUR The Cream, Poultry, -New Produce Clinton, Minn. Eggs, Hides and Furs Phone 180 for Prices C. C. STEEN, Prop. field Sday where he  attending Carleton College Mr. Gmger and Eugene thmed f Cby Friday where they spet a few days iaitlng lave The I' Aid t at Albert De- Wall' last Saturday d omee e- ted fur the year a: Mra Mike Lueh- snger, pdent M  IL Wods -sdeet ae Mr Dok, t r and sretry @ Card afTht s- | NORTH PRIOR " ....  thankthean f .... (* d ne ghbo who showed us kind- Mi Rho4a Anden of Mankato [ n*ss d sympathy in ou; t. spent her vaeafibn at the Wblom tbereuvmeut; also for the heauftt home. floml offering Mr, and M. Claus Johnson enter-[ --Mr. and Mrs. Oar Hahn tned a party of neighbors and aed fily. friends at supper o Monday nighL We gnd anything in the line of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carlherg gave a eoar flour, Graham, Corn M[, Rye card party on Friday nlghL About or BuekwheaL S us about flour. 5 guests were psent and a pleant We have it at $8,00 per 98 pond sack. evening enjoyed OrtouviHe Feed Sto. 36-tf Buy a New and Better Battery and Save Money The New battery is built of the HIGHEST GRADE Battery parts ob- tainable, Every piece and part used in its construction is made by manu- facturers specializing in the individual parts they make, so the best there is in the battery line is built into this new battery. This new battery was designed and built to meet a certain high standard not a certain price. Our aim was how good a battery we could make--not how cheap we could make it. Our main object was to build a bat- tery with an abundance of capacity, energy and service in it, so our cuS- tomers could get years of service and satisfaction out of it--at a price that is right. If you need a battery get one now, cold weather wont hurt it. Remember ffyou haven't eniln your slggcttlon fort name  hl ewand bebattrydo o now  the ctett ctol on january 15t, 0rtonville Auto & Supply Co. Halls & Hendrickson Soap Specials The cry of the times is "lower prices" and we are giving them to you in this SOAP SALE. At the prices given below we believe that there is not a woman but what will show a desire to save by purchasing a supply to fill her require- ' ments for some time to come ..... Ivory Soap, large, 2 for .................. IVORY SOAP Ivory Soap, smal 3 to .................... Ivory Flakes, 3 for .......... ,:_:.,.... 30c Lenox, 6 for ........................ ; .......... 25C p. & G. regular pries 8 for g4e. I for le Four for ................. ._..--.._....:._ 25e P. & G., reg. prlee 6 for 48 2 f0r..., lc Eight for .................... ,..---_.._ 49 P. & G., reg. price 12for 98c, 5 for.. 3 Seventeen for .............. : ............ 99 Chipso, 2 for ..................................... 25 Star Naptha, small, 6 for ............. 27 Star Naptha large, reg. 35e, 1 for.._. 25 Sopade, small, 3 for ........................ Z Sopade, large, ................................... 25c Crises, I lb .......................................... 25e Crises, 11/2. lb .................................... 35 Crlsco, 3 Ib ......................................... " Sale Begins Saturday, Jan17 [ I Ends Saturday, San. 21 I The Pioneer Store Co-Op. Co. JANUARY 12, 1922 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE :- O I CLINTON NEWS Bailey is on the sick list. Ross made a business trip to the first of the week. Dimberg made a business to White Rock on Tuesday. Helen Charles will return to rhome in Hancock on Saturday. Lillie Erickson was a passen- t to the cities the first of the week. L. Hasbrouck, of Graceville trans- in Clinton on Monday. Agnes Merrihart of Graceville Saturday at the home of Michael Royal neighbors installed their officers on Thursday of Week. A. Treinen of Hancock is visiting W. L. Ross home over night on Epworth League held a social in the church parlors on Tues- evening. O. T. Harrison entertained a of friends at her home on Wed- night. C. Bender went to Minneapolis On Thursday the west Ladies' Aid of the Swedish church met at the home of Mrs. Swan Erickson, and on Fri- day the town division of that Aid will meet at the home of Isaac Shoquist. Mrs. Harold Krook entertained a pleasant little party at her home on Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Cole who has been a guest at the Erickson home since last Thursday. Thd W. C. T. U. met on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Beaty. The sec- ond lesson on "Government" was taken up. Refreshments were served. The meeting was instructive and well at- tended. The Ladies' Aid of the M. E. church will hold a meeting in the church par- lors on their next regular date, which is Wednesday, January 18. Refresh- ments will be served and all are cordi- ally invited. The home talent play put on in Clinton last Friday night, by the young people of Malta was well given and quite well attended considering the many social affairs held in Clin- ton about that time. Last Thursday night, Miss Eda Seidl gave a farewell party at her - : Ot Miss Margaret Little spent her va- @ Northwest Almond l [ in dstrict No. 19 on Tuseday. Miss Ruth Hanson spent the week- end with Miss Maym Erickson. Mrs. J. C. Johnson visited at the Hilmer Anderson home Monday. Misses Ruth Hanson and Maym Erickson visited at the home of Mat- tie McCartney, last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Dimberg and sons Harold and John visited at the Swan Erickson home on Monday eve- ning. The West Ladies' Aid of the Swe- dish Lutheran church will meet with Mrs. Swan Erickson Thursday of this week. Miss Edith Rasmussen did not begin her school duties this week in district No. 28 owing to her poor health. We hope for her a speedy recovery. Miss Mattie McCartney returned from the cities last Saturday where she spent her vacation. While there she visited at the homes of Rev. Adams and Dr. Flynn. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Rothwell, Mr. to attend a meeting of the home for Miss Opal Finberg. There fair board, were four couple of invited guests I : A. E. Howe and Russell return- and the evening was spent in playing tom a three weeks' visit at Lain-[progressive rook. Dainty refresh- last Friday. cation with her parents at Madison, Minn., but arrived on Sunday to re- sume work. Sup. C. W. DeGreef arrived Sunday to take up his school duties after spending two weeks at the home of his parents at Big Stone City. A birthday surprise was given Jan- uary 1, for Mrs. Ernest Nitz, Sr., who was 70 years old, at her home. It was attended by all the children except Hugo Nitz of Nassau. His birthday was on the same day so he celebrated it at his own home. Those who at- tended were Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Nitz and family of Odessa, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nitz, and family of Appleton, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nitz and fmily of Appleton, Mr .and Mrs. Otto Nitz and family of Odessa, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Calais and family of Odessa, Mr. and Mrs. George Nitz of Odessa, and Mr. Alfred Nitz of Odessa. A dainty supper was served at six o'clock and lunch at midnight. Everybody en- joyed a good time and departed for their respective homes leaving a ten dollar gold piece and other presents as -ifts of remembrance. Here's wishing Mrs. Nitz, Sr., many more Peter Rasmussen family were guests at the L. H. Stephens last Sunday. Treinen who visited at Clin- a few clays beYore retuyning to home in Hancock. ice harvest began this week on Eli under the management of A1. and Ray Beaty. Rogashaska, the county 'nurse, examining the pupils of the schools this week. and Mrs. Swan Erickson enter- a party of relatives at their on Wednesday night. Larson visited last week at N. D., at the home of his Emil Carlson. and Mrs. Win. Swank went to last Sunday to visit with and Mrs. Merlin Shannon. and Mrs. F. A. Struck enter- the F. R., Finberg family at a dinner Thursday night. Clara Sweezy went to Orton- on Friday night to visit a few the home of Chas. Sigloh. Heiman of'"The Music Mart" was in Clinton on Tues- m the interests of his business. *Home Nursing class, conducted county nurse, were resumed Week, after the holiday vacation. and Mrs. Leonard Mundwiller Children from near Ortonville vis- at the Wm. Chase home last Sun- will be degree work in the lodge next Tuesday night the Ortonville Woodmen are Maida Wheeler substituted in absence of Miss Brieholz, who did to Clinton until Monday Johnson, our local electrician, to the Glasser farm this week he is wiring the buildings for lights. four-year-old daughter of Mr. Clay Smith had her tonsils last Thursday at the office and Mrs. Hilmer Anderson, J. C. John- son, Harold Dimberg and Mahlon Mc- Cartney of this vicinity attended the social (lance last Friday night. merits were served. The Women's Auxiliary heht their | regular .meeting at the home of Mrs., FOSTER I E. O. Krook on Thursday afternoon i Easbman Bros., were grinding feed and elebted officers for the coming! for several of the neighbors last Fri- year. The names of the newly elected day. officers will be given next week. Re- lngval Kvatum called at Ray Steg- freshments were served. Her's Tuesday morning on town busi- On Saturday night the Almond ness. lodge No. 189, I. O. 0. F., held instal- lation ceremonies and on Monday night A. H. Sturges, distirct deputy, and Casper Wiegand, both of Orton- ville, came up and installed officers in the Big Stone Encampment No. 53. The Rebekah lodge held their in- stallation ceremonies in their lodge room Tuesday night. The newly elec- ted officers were Mrs. A. D. Sweezy, Noble Grand; Mrs. Millie Anderson, "Vice Grand; Mrs. Mabel Beaty, secre- tary; and Miss Ells Krook, treasurer. On Wednesday evening the Masons invited the Boy Scouts to their lodge rooms where an evening's entertain- ment had been planned for them. Af- ter a session of interesting talks and addresses the party sat down to a bountiful feed, a pastime dear to the heart of any boy, large or small. The occasion was a most pleasant one and fully enjoyed by 5oth orders. The Loan Closet, under the auspices of the Public Health department of the Red Cross has been placed in a sanitary case and installed in the Clin- ton Drug store with Miss Ruth Hick- son, & custodian. The Closet has been equipped as follows: 6 sheets. 6 pil- low cases, 5 night gowns, 2 hospital gowns, 2 pajamas and qufte a supply of baby clothes. Any one in need of any of these articles is welcome to use them, the oly requirement being that they shall be returned in sanitary condition after a reasonable time. Movie Program. Saturday, January 14--Viola Dana in "The Match Breaker," and a two reel comed`v. Monday, January 16- Constance Talmadge in "A Woman's place," and two reel comedy. Wed- Wallace Rossenlund visited several days at the Eli Stotesbury home this week. Austin Palmer visted several days with his cousin, Leslie Hastings this week. Joe Holden was visiting at the Geo. Cuff home north of Beardsley last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lawrence and family visited Tuesday at the Holm- berg home. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Stotesbury enter- tained a large party of young people Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lawrence enter- tained a number of relatives at a din- ner Thurgday evening. Lovell Connelly was having his well repaired this week. Autos Grosch, of Beardsley did the work. 'I Mrs. Benedicts Holmberg and daughters Jennie and Severina visited at the Harry Tripp home last Mon- day. Mrs. D. M. Warrington, Mr. John Huntsinger and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stegner were visitors at the Wm. Bow- er home Sundy evening. Robert Jennings put in several days this week working on the "hopper" of. the Connelly Contracting company's grading outfit at Beardsley. Harry Eastman, who has been vis- iting the past two weeks at the home !of his uncle, Mike Eastman, returned last Wednesday to his teaching duties at Java, S. D. There was a Ladies' Aid social at the home of John Carlson Saturday evening. There was a fair atten- dance, considering the weather and those attending spent a very pleasant Bergan. Cole and two chiMren who been visiting at the J. L. Erick- left on Wednesday for her in Fargo. schools in this vicinity both ru- village reopened on Monday week with their respective on duty. nesday, January 18, Serenade. Spe- cial music for these shows by Clinton orchera. MALTA O The younger children in the Floyd Sims family are sick with colds. Radcliffe moved on Wednesday M.H. Boals, who has been in poor the J. J. O'Donnell farm in To- health for some time, is reported to to a farm. in Section 3 be improving. township. A son, Richard Joseph, was born W. L. Ross returned from on Saturday where tJhe has t siting for the past three weeks. Was accompanied by her sister, to report that at last condition of Mrs. Agard was considerably improved. she is still under the doctor's Mrs. Carr Bailey and two of Milbak visited at the of T. K. Norton last Sunday. Norton and Mrs. Bailey are Sis- and Mrs. Ed. Utley and Norms were dinner guests at Beaty home on Tuesday The occasion was Mrs. Beaty's will be a basket ball game on The high school team ay against the Morris Agri- school team at the gymna- in Clinton. Ethel Peterson came up from on Thursday and. visited 1 Iiss Mamie Carlson until Sat- rnorninsr when she left for her near Wheaton. to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moore on Satur- day, January 7. The Ladies' Aid of the Swedish Lu- theran church will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs.' Shoquist on Friday, January 13: Misses Myrtle and Gladys Lareon resumed their high school work in Clinton after spending the holidays at their home. Mr. and Mrs D. A, Williams, Mrs. Will Sanders and Miss Mary Hickso n were callers at the Elmer Anderson home on Sunday. o Miss Lydia Stotesbury of Barry has returned to her school duties in District No. 10 after spending two weeks at her Jome. Miss Thelma Force, who spent the Christmas vacation with Mrs. Karl Beaty of Clinton has resumed her school duties in District No. 39. Mr. isaac Shoquist, who had his arm broken in November and who has been "shut in" for weeks, was able to attend church services Sunday. His many friends are pleased to see him out again. evening. The ladies were weighed and their partners at supper donated one cent a pound to the fund. Among the entertainments of the evening was an athletic contest between Notre Dame College and the U. of M., which aroused a good deal of enthusiasm. The party broke up at a late hour. @ I ODESSA .... O Miss Anna Edquist spen the week md with friends at CorrelL Our public school opened Monday fter a two weeks vacation. George Nitz spent sundaylwith his brother Frank at Appleton. Albert Schwandt is help!ngltake invoice at. the Frank Schuett store this week. 'Miss May DeGreef of Big Stone City has charge of the Primary de- partment. Miss Ads Jallo was called to Apple- ton Thursday on account of the ill- ness of her brother Carl. Miss Gladys Lenz returned Satur- day from St. Paul after spending her vacation with her mother. C. H. Bateon returned to Elgirb Minn., on Friday to be present Monday morning for school duties. The Farmers store opened up Sat- urday the first time in two months. Alex Wahaske is in charge. Miss Margaret Maland of Marietta returned Monday to resume her teaching in the Griese District. Miss Gertrude Lyon returned Sun- day evening having spent her vaca- tion with a sister in Minneapolis. Ann Sweezy, who has been with her daughters, Mrs. Ad- and Mrs. Chas. Sigloh, past six weeks has returned home in Clinton. T. Stanton is very seriously sick in the Graceville hospital. Mr. has been making his home in since last fall and it was was taken sick. Win. Mills entertained a party at her home on Sunday in of her laughter Zella's birth- About fifteen guests were pres- njoy the occasion. Opal Finberg returned to on Friday night to resume work. She was accompan- Minneapolis by her sister ha returned on Saturday night. i i ii Ill l ne III Cream, Poultry, Illl Ill Eggs, Hides IIII x vv I1! and Furs " Jill P00odoce Ill Clinton, Minn. C.C. STEEN, Prop. II100 birthdays. o CORRELL NEWS l M. George went to the cities Fri- clay. Rudolph Aft was a passenger to Ap- pleton Saturday. Berenice Hudson made a trip to Minneapolis Friday. Miss Elizabeth All has been on the sick list the past week. Vernon Friday returned after visit- ing a few days at Renville. Fred Maynard returned Saturday night from a trip to the cities. Mable Allen visited her sister, Mrs. Ed. Lundgren for a few days last week. E. G. Vaughan and J. A. Anderson went to Appleton on a business trip Thursday. A fine young lady arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Hardkoph last Saturday. A serious accident occurred when Roll Grandprey injured his foot while :chopping wood. Raymond Woods returned to North- field Sunday where he is attending Carleton College. Mr. Granger and Eugene returned from Canby Friday where they spent a few days visiting relatives. The Ladies' Aid met at Albert De- Wall's last Saturday and officers elec- ted for the year are" Mrs. Mike Luch- singer, president, Mrs. J. H. Woods vice-president, and Mrs. Donk, treas- urer and secretary. ii i u, i NORTH PRIOR l Miss Rhoda Anderson of Mankato spent her vacation at the Wemblom home. Mr. and Mrs. Claus Johnson enter- tained a party of neighbors and friends at supper on Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carlberg gave a card party on Friday night. About 25 guests were present and a pleasant evening enjoyed. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank the ,many friendx and neighbors who showed us kind- nesses and sympathy in our recent bereavement; also for the beautiful floral offerings. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hahn and family. --We grind anything in the line of coarse flour, Graham, Corn Meal, Ry or Buckwheat. See us about flour. We have it at $3.00 per 98 pound sack. Ortonville Feed Store. 36-tf Buy a New and Better Battery and Save Money The New battery is built of the HIGHEST GRADE Batteryparts ob- tainable. Every piece and part used in its construction is made by manu- facturers specializing in the individual parts they make, so the best there is in the battery line is built into this new battery. This new battery was designed and built to meet a certain high standard not a certain price. Our aim was how good a battery we could make--not how cheap we could make it. Our main object wasto build a bat- tery with an abundance of capacity, energy and service in it, so our cus- tomers could get years of service and satisfaction out of it--at a price that is right. If you need a battery get one now, cold weather wont hurt it. Remember if you haven't sent in your suggestion for a name fo[this new and better battery do so now as the contest closes on January 15th. 0rtonville Auto & Supply Co. Halls & Hendrickson Soap Specials I I I I I I  I I II I II I I] I I I I I .... The cry of the times is "lower prices" and we are giving them to you in this SOAP SALE. At the prices given below we believe that there is not a woman but what will show a desire to save by purchasing a supply to fill her require- ments for some time to come. IVORY SOAP Ivory Soap, large, 2 for .................. 25c Ivory Soap, small, 3 for .................... 25c Ivory Flakes, 3 for ............ , .... .:.. ..... 30c Lenox, 6 for ...................... . ..... =.., ..... 25e P. & G. regular price 3 for 24c, 1 for le Four for .................. : ........... : ..... .... .... 25c P. & G., reg. price 6 for 48c, 2 for .... lc Eight for .............. : ....... .. ............... 49c P. & G., reg. price 12 for 98c, 5 for.. 3c Seventeen for ............................ 99c Chipso, 2 for ................ : ........ : ............ 25c Star Naptha, small, 6 for ................ 27c Star Naptha large, reg. 35c, 1 for .... 25c Sopade, small, 3 for .......................... 25c Sopade, large, ................................... 25c Crisco, 1 lb ........................................... 25c Crisco, 11/.o lb ...................................... 35c Crisco, 3 lb .......................................... 68c Sale Begins Saturday, Jan. 14 Ends Saturday, Jan. 21 I I I The Pioneer Store Co-Op. 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