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.,' :. - THE,:OR[T)NVILLE ,INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, APRIL 27, IrAGB 4 4, + i CLINTON NEWS Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Swen- son, on April 16, a daughter. Mrs. Carl Beaty is able to be out again after her long illness. A fine new porch is being added to Gourtney Krook's house this week. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Amerl- can Legion will mee in the M. E. church parlors, )this week, Thursday. J Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bergstro,n have ,} both been on the sick list this week. Born to Mr; and M. Frank Zeh- ringer on Friday morning, a daughter. Kenneth Carlberg of Sisseton vis- ited with friends in Clinton on Sun- day. H. M. Winters returned the first of the week from .his visit to Pipestone, Minn. The St. Paul Ladies Aid met on Wednesday at the home of Martin Steen. Mrs. Gus Erickson has been con- tried to her bed for the past two weeks. + Roy Johnson left last Thursday for Falrmont, where he will spend the sm.mer. The Swedish Ladies Aid meets at the home of Eugene Okeson this week Thursday. Miss Lulu Staff, now of Ortonville, called on Clinton friends la Thurs- 4]ay evening. Barney Folkens left on the Flyer Tuesday for Chicago to visit a daugh- ter who is ill. Miss Emily Lyman left for St. Paul last Wednesday where she is employ- ed as stenographer. The town and country, classes in Home nursing met at the schoolhouse on Wednesday night. Miss Hattie Anderson and Miss Hazel Hagen of Wheaton, visited over Sunday with Mrs. Bert Barton. Rev. F. J. Johnston made a trip to the cities the first of the week on business connected With church affairs. J. P. Roach came up from Austin on Saturday and will spend the summer at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Pat Duly. Chas. Mattes and family are mov- Ing this week to the J. C. Johnson formerly occupied by Axel Sho- Irthol Wiedhind lost two front while at play last Saturday. Be- Lng his second teeth, it was a most unfortunate accident. e Senior class of the Clinton high elmol will present their class play, The Gypsy Trail," at the opera ]muse, April 27 and 28. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Erick'son, Mrs. F. A. Struck and several others from Clinton attended the fmqeral of Frank Cheberg at Bellingham last Sunday. "The Four Horsemen of he Apo- calypse," will be shown at the movie hall in Clinton on Saturday night, May 6. This is a wonderful picture. Miss Alice Rosenland, who has been visiting at her home in Clinton, re- turned on Monday night to Roches- ter, Minn., to resume her work of nursing. The Gordon Campbell Post went to Ortonville Sunday o attend the Mili- tary funeral of Ralph Spink. Man other Clinton people were also in at- tendance. Mrs. John Dryce and little son of Duluth arrived in Clinton the first of the week for an extended visit at the home of Mrs. Dryce's parents, Mr. mad Mrs. I. H. Utley. All of the Clinton patients at the P-aceville hospital are recovering micely, and some are returning to their homes this week. Mrs. Joe Black came home on Tuesday. Mrs. Stanton of Gracelle who has been here to care for her mother, Mrs. Johanna Finberg, returned home on Monday morning. Mrs. Finberg is able to be about again. Albert Carlberg of Iwiston, Mont., came over from Sisseton, S. D., on Saturday to visit at the home of his sister, Mrs. Louie Harrison. He left Tuesday night for St. Paul. MrL Hendrickson of Belgrade, ]giam., who has been visiting at the Jhlms of MrL Lars Munson, visited It the S. P. Steen home on Monday, left that night for her home. The Odd Fellows celebrated the lrd anniversary of the founding of dae order in America on Tuesday An itteresting progrva was given after which a social evening -was enjoyed. Refreshments were Mr Wra. Mills visited last Friday ; the home of Mrs. Ed. Adolphson in Olnville. She reports that Mrs. A4olphaon, who has been very sick, slowly improving. Mrs. Adolph- was formerly Miss Florence Pra- d from near Clinton. Older residents of this community who knew and loved O]e Bolsta, were grieved to hear of kis death last Wednesday at his home in Ortonville. Mr. Bolsta was known and remem- as a friend and advisor to those who needed friendship in the early days of this company and news of his loth awakened tender remories in  to whom he more thlin "once ex- berated a helping hand. The business men of Clinton held a meeting on Saturday to discuss the advisability of forming a radio club in Clinton. A committee was ap- to investigate the matter. F. ]- Finberg, R. F. Ross and Theo. Cmlit were appointed on this corn- and on Saturday afternoon for Arlington where a radio lmgmm was to be given thru the mmunity radiophone of that place. g to tire trouble hey did not reach Arlington until Sunday, thus the concert. On Tuesday night drove to Alberta to view the there and gather further in- mMtiom The reading circle met Monday night at the home of Mrs. C. W. Wheel- !er. In addition to the program, the members discussed the project: of set- ting out trees along the public high- way, the trees to be black walnut, and are furnished by the state. So many fet that i was rather late to set out rees this yar that no definite action was taken on the subject. FOSTER j J. L. Connelly and family visited in Beardsley last Sunday. Elof Hamner was dehorning cat- tle for some of the neighbors last week. Miss Ethel Eastman is spending this week withher friend Mrs. Benj. Steg- ner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Stallman at- tended an entertainment at Beardsley Friday evening. Frank Bower went to Wheaton last week where he will be employed in newspaper Work, Reuben Peterson isited at home over Sunday. He made the trip on his trusty motorcycle. Chas. Hornstein of Beardsley was in this neighborhood last Saturday buying a carload of hogs. Mrs. H. P. Tripp and Miss Jennie Holmberg called at ,the A. F. East- man home Sunday evening. Mrs. 0. P. Scholberg, Miss Emma and Mr. Arthur Scholberg and Miss Josephine Steen visited at the Benj. Stegner home, Sunday. Delmar Sipes purchased a Ford Au- tomobile fro.m Arthur Matthews last week and is gaining quite a reputa- tion as a speed demon. A. J. Lawrence, who underwent an operation for broken appendix at the Graceville hospital about two weeks ago returned to his home last Thurs- day. He is feeling very well. A program was given by the Steph- hey School last Friday evening con. sisting of songs, dialogues and reci- tations, r It was greatly enjoyed by the large audience. Ten cents was charged or admission and the pro. ceeds applied on the purchase of school equipment. After the program a business meeting of the Stephney Farmers Club was called and it was decided to hold a meeting on the next regular meeting date, Friday, May {}. After the meeting a lunch was served. Ed. Colwell and.son Loys left for Gonoria, N. D., last WedneSday. Mr. Colwell Shipped horses and machinery to that place and will start breaking on a farm which he has purchased in that vicinity. He expects to return in a few days and leave Loys in charge of the work. The Stephney Ladies' Aid net last Thursday with Mrs. Chas Hanson. A good attendance is reported and also a good time. Arrangements were made to hold a bazaar at the George Hastings home on June 8. The next regular meeting will be held at the James Olon home on Thursday, May 4. Everyone is invited. ....  ........... * Mrs. Jean MeCatney purchased Oliver Benson, Mahlon i: (jUII]L]_ IN]tSy  j Itwo high grade Holstein calves from[ and Misses Mabel Homestead * ....... *Ithe farm school at Mor.is'- lust week. IMattie McCartney attoed to i Mr. and Mrs. Wegdahl were callers A contest was held Tuesday after-1 Sunday where they spent the da in town Sunday. noon between the sch0ol of Mattie[with friends. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Fruetel motored .McCartney and Edith Rasmussen at[ - -- -- to Ortonville Sunday. the later's school. 1 Subscribe for the Independent. Relatives from Boyd visited at the - " A. Roske home Sunday. The Ladies' Aid gave their play at Artichoke Saturday night. A. Roske and M. Luchsinger were business callers in Ortonville Tues- | AKRON NEWS 1 6 Bill Guse was an Appleton caller last Tuesday. Raymond Henneberg is on the sick list this g eek. A. Henkelmann was an 0rtonville caller Sunday. G. Pansch made a pleasant call in i on the night train. Odessa Tuesday. [  Silas Weeding called on Bill Guse --th+--A|IIIon lt , , t one day this week. 1 [ Roy Larson hauled a load of corn 4* ....... to Odessa Saturday. Arthur Dimberg made a business Oscar Krier was a business caller in Ortonvitle Monday. A. Henkelman was an Ortonville caller one day this week. Lewis Mortinson of Ortonville was out on his farm Thursday. Klages Bros. and sister, Elsie, were Odessa shoppers Wednesday. Gust Henkelmann and family were Ortonville shoppers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schmeichel were Ortonville shoppers Monday. Wm. Thymian and family called on Gust Henkelmann and family Sunday. Mrs. Chas. Land and son of Arti- choke visited with Mrs. A. Klages one day this week. Messrs. Bombert, Reindl and Miller were business visitors at the Harry Pullis home Thursday. Emmie Anderson and Josephine Swenson were visitors at the home of Mrs. Win. Guse Thursday. Martha Luchsinger visited at the home of her sister, Mrs. G. Henkel- mann, over Sunday.. Those entertained at the R. Schrnei- chel home Sunday were the Henry Steohr family, Anton Klages and Hen- ry Schmeichel families. Those entertained at the Richard Schmeichel home Wednesday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Win. Guse, Elsie [Herbert and Adolph Klages. one. eleven clgarettes Three Frtendl Gentlemen TURKISH VIRGINIA BURLEY [] Ill In a new package that fits the pocket-- At a price that fits the pocket-book-- The same unmatched blend of TURKISH. VIRGINIA and BURLEY Tobaccos Guamatd b . I.,. *111 ,....o...... Iqlw VOKX ;7:r day. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Johnson and Mrs. Anna Severson motored to Ap- pleton Friday night. Miss Agnes Johnson and Miss Storm of Odessa visited with Mabel Johnson over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. DeWall and family spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Correll. Miss Preston, Helen Vaughan and Lucile Donk "hiked" to Appleton Fri- (lay night after school and returned trip to Ortonville Monday afternoon. Mrs. Andrew Hanson and daughter, Ruth, were Ortonville visitors Wed- nesday. Mrs. McCartney and son Mahlon made a business trip to Barry last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Hilmar Anderson and family vited at the Hihner John- son home Saturday. The Ladies' Aid of the Swedish Lu- theran church meets with Mrs. Eu- gene Okeson Friday of this week. Mrs. Swan Erickson entertained her brother Mr. Carlberg of Montana and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Harrison and Miss Leona Larson of Clinton last Monday evening. THE RAZOR THAT SHARPENS ITS OWN BLADES [] ,1 oo [] The Biggest Razor Value r Offored to he Public Model C Valet AutoStrop Razor Outfit consists of a highly polished, nickel plated, self-stropping razor, three genuine Valet AutoStrop blades and one selected strop. Razor and blades are contained in an attractive metal case. All contained in a lithographed carton --complete for $1.00. MODEL C i Valet AutoStrop Razor ORTONVILLE Hardware Co. NOW THE GRRATFT ALTOMOBILF, VALUE IN AMIgRIGA Announcement Having purchased The Pie House, I wish to announce that the same will be closed from 2 o'clock A. M., Mon- day, May 1st, until 5 o'clock Saturday, May 6th, for the purpose of repainting and making repairs. Ed Hippie, Prop. Old Age Proctection | When you are young and your earn- ing power is at a maximum is the time to save your money. Then as it accumu- lates invest it in standard Bonds that will yield you a substantial income when you have passed the producing stage of life. This entire institution is at your com- mand to help you to decide upon a savings plan suited to your needs and we will also be glad to tell you about the different Bond Issues which make good invest- ments. First National Bank Ortonville, Minn. Today's Oerland: 25 miles to the gallon; all-steel body; lkd nmel flnish; 130-inch spring has* IT'S A "RED BABY" m i r'I'HE kind of people who alown an Overlalad re- quire rmore than mere trans- /portation. They require comfortable riding. They require a good-looking car. They require lasting econ- omy. '+'2 )D IOADSTER 550 COUPE . . SSO SitDAN . . 895 SHERNAN & SPALINGER CLINON, MINNESOTA H I I Arrived this week Big and healthy and full of "pep" With red dress and gold brmd BORN TO RENDER SERVICE .It wont be long before It will be out to see you Ortonville Implement Co. .,' :. - THE,:OR[T)NVILLE ,INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, APRIL 27, IrAGB 4 4, + i CLINTON NEWS Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Swen- son, on April 16, a daughter. Mrs. Carl Beaty is able to be out again after her long illness. A fine new porch is being added to Gourtney Krook's house this week. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Amerl- can Legion will mee in the M. E. church parlors, )this week, Thursday. J Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bergstro,n have ,} both been on the sick list this week. Born to Mr; and M. Frank Zeh- ringer on Friday morning, a daughter. Kenneth Carlberg of Sisseton vis- ited with friends in Clinton on Sun- day. H. M. Winters returned the first of the week from .his visit to Pipestone, Minn. The St. Paul Ladies Aid met on Wednesday at the home of Martin Steen. Mrs. Gus Erickson has been con- tried to her bed for the past two weeks. + Roy Johnson left last Thursday for Falrmont, where he will spend the sm.mer. The Swedish Ladies Aid meets at the home of Eugene Okeson this week Thursday. Miss Lulu Staff, now of Ortonville, called on Clinton friends la Thurs- 4]ay evening. Barney Folkens left on the Flyer Tuesday for Chicago to visit a daugh- ter who is ill. Miss Emily Lyman left for St. Paul last Wednesday where she is employ- ed as stenographer. The town and country, classes in Home nursing met at the schoolhouse on Wednesday night. Miss Hattie Anderson and Miss Hazel Hagen of Wheaton, visited over Sunday with Mrs. Bert Barton. Rev. F. J. Johnston made a trip to the cities the first of the week on business connected With church affairs. J. P. Roach came up from Austin on Saturday and will spend the summer at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Pat Duly. Chas. Mattes and family are mov- Ing this week to the J. C. Johnson formerly occupied by Axel Sho- Irthol Wiedhind lost two front while at play last Saturday. Be- Lng his second teeth, it was a most unfortunate accident. e Senior class of the Clinton high elmol will present their class play, The Gypsy Trail," at the opera ]muse, April 27 and 28. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Erick'son, Mrs. F. A. Struck and several others from Clinton attended the fmqeral of Frank Cheberg at Bellingham last Sunday. "The Four Horsemen of he Apo- calypse," will be shown at the movie hall in Clinton on Saturday night, May 6. This is a wonderful picture. Miss Alice Rosenland, who has been visiting at her home in Clinton, re- turned on Monday night to Roches- ter, Minn., to resume her work of nursing. The Gordon Campbell Post went to Ortonville Sunday o attend the Mili- tary funeral of Ralph Spink. Man other Clinton people were also in at- tendance. Mrs. John Dryce and little son of Duluth arrived in Clinton the first of the week for an extended visit at the home of Mrs. Dryce's parents, Mr. mad Mrs. I. H. Utley. All of the Clinton patients at the P-aceville hospital are recovering micely, and some are returning to their homes this week. Mrs. Joe Black came home on Tuesday. Mrs. Stanton of Gracelle who has been here to care for her mother, Mrs. Johanna Finberg, returned home on Monday morning. Mrs. Finberg is able to be about again. Albert Carlberg of Iwiston, Mont., came over from Sisseton, S. D., on Saturday to visit at the home of his sister, Mrs. Louie Harrison. He left Tuesday night for St. Paul. MrL Hendrickson of Belgrade, ]giam., who has been visiting at the Jhlms of MrL Lars Munson, visited It the S. P. Steen home on Monday, left that night for her home. The Odd Fellows celebrated the lrd anniversary of the founding of dae order in America on Tuesday An itteresting progrva was given after which a social evening -was enjoyed. Refreshments were Mr Wra. Mills visited last Friday ; the home of Mrs. Ed. Adolphson in Olnville. She reports that Mrs. A4olphaon, who has been very sick, slowly improving. Mrs. Adolph- was formerly Miss Florence Pra- d from near Clinton. Older residents of this community who knew and loved O]e Bolsta, were grieved to hear of kis death last Wednesday at his home in Ortonville. Mr. Bolsta was known and remem- as a friend and advisor to those who needed friendship in the early days of this company and news of his loth awakened tender remories in  to whom he more thlin "once ex- berated a helping hand. The business men of Clinton held a meeting on Saturday to discuss the advisability of forming a radio club in Clinton. A committee was ap- to investigate the matter. F. ]- Finberg, R. F. Ross and Theo. Cmlit were appointed on this corn- and on Saturday afternoon for Arlington where a radio lmgmm was to be given thru the mmunity radiophone of that place. g to tire trouble hey did not reach Arlington until Sunday, thus the concert. On Tuesday night drove to Alberta to view the there and gather further in- mMtiom The reading circle met Monday night at the home of Mrs. C. W. Wheel- !er. In addition to the program, the members discussed the project: of set- ting out trees along the public high- way, the trees to be black walnut, and are furnished by the state. So many fet that i was rather late to set out rees this yar that no definite action was taken on the subject. FOSTER j J. L. Connelly and family visited in Beardsley last Sunday. Elof Hamner was dehorning cat- tle for some of the neighbors last week. Miss Ethel Eastman is spending this week withher friend Mrs. Benj. Steg- ner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Stallman at- tended an entertainment at Beardsley Friday evening. Frank Bower went to Wheaton last week where he will be employed in newspaper Work, Reuben Peterson isited at home over Sunday. He made the trip on his trusty motorcycle. Chas. Hornstein of Beardsley was in this neighborhood last Saturday buying a carload of hogs. Mrs. H. P. Tripp and Miss Jennie Holmberg called at ,the A. F. East- man home Sunday evening. Mrs. 0. P. Scholberg, Miss Emma and Mr. Arthur Scholberg and Miss Josephine Steen visited at the Benj. Stegner home, Sunday. Delmar Sipes purchased a Ford Au- tomobile fro.m Arthur Matthews last week and is gaining quite a reputa- tion as a speed demon. A. J. Lawrence, who underwent an operation for broken appendix at the Graceville hospital about two weeks ago returned to his home last Thurs- day. He is feeling very well. A program was given by the Steph- hey School last Friday evening con. sisting of songs, dialogues and reci- tations, r It was greatly enjoyed by the large audience. Ten cents was charged or admission and the pro. ceeds applied on the purchase of school equipment. After the program a business meeting of the Stephney Farmers Club was called and it was decided to hold a meeting on the next regular meeting date, Friday, May {}. After the meeting a lunch was served. Ed. Colwell and.son Loys left for Gonoria, N. D., last WedneSday. Mr. Colwell Shipped horses and machinery to that place and will start breaking on a farm which he has purchased in that vicinity. He expects to return in a few days and leave Loys in charge of the work. The Stephney Ladies' Aid net last Thursday with Mrs. Chas Hanson. A good attendance is reported and also a good time. Arrangements were made to hold a bazaar at the George Hastings home on June 8. The next regular meeting will be held at the James Olon home on Thursday, May 4. Everyone is invited. ....  ........... * Mrs. Jean MeCatney purchased Oliver Benson, Mahlon i: (jUII]L]_ IN]tSy  j Itwo high grade Holstein calves from[ and Misses Mabel Homestead * ....... *Ithe farm school at Mor.is'- lust week. IMattie McCartney attoed to i Mr. and Mrs. Wegdahl were callers A contest was held Tuesday after-1 Sunday where they spent the da in town Sunday. noon between the sch0ol of Mattie[with friends. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Fruetel motored .McCartney and Edith Rasmussen at[ - -- -- to Ortonville Sunday. the later's school. 1 Subscribe for the Independent. Relatives from Boyd visited at the - " A. Roske home Sunday. The Ladies' Aid gave their play at Artichoke Saturday night. A. Roske and M. Luchsinger were business callers in Ortonville Tues- | AKRON NEWS 1 6 Bill Guse was an Appleton caller last Tuesday. Raymond Henneberg is on the sick list this g eek. A. Henkelmann was an 0rtonville caller Sunday. G. Pansch made a pleasant call in i on the night train. Odessa Tuesday. [  Silas Weeding called on Bill Guse --th+--A|IIIon lt , , t one day this week. 1 [ Roy Larson hauled a load of corn 4* ....... to Odessa Saturday. Arthur Dimberg made a business Oscar Krier was a business caller in Ortonvitle Monday. A. Henkelman was an Ortonville caller one day this week. Lewis Mortinson of Ortonville was out on his farm Thursday. Klages Bros. and sister, Elsie, were Odessa shoppers Wednesday. Gust Henkelmann and family were Ortonville shoppers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schmeichel were Ortonville shoppers Monday. Wm. Thymian and family called on Gust Henkelmann and family Sunday. Mrs. Chas. Land and son of Arti- choke visited with Mrs. A. Klages one day this week. Messrs. Bombert, Reindl and Miller were business visitors at the Harry Pullis home Thursday. Emmie Anderson and Josephine Swenson were visitors at the home of Mrs. Win. Guse Thursday. Martha Luchsinger visited at the home of her sister, Mrs. G. Henkel- mann, over Sunday.. Those entertained at the R. Schrnei- chel home Sunday were the Henry Steohr family, Anton Klages and Hen- ry Schmeichel families. Those entertained at the Richard Schmeichel home Wednesday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Win. Guse, Elsie [Herbert and Adolph Klages. one. eleven clgarettes Three Frtendl Gentlemen TURKISH VIRGINIA BURLEY [] Ill In a new package that fits the pocket-- At a price that fits the pocket-book-- The same unmatched blend of TURKISH. VIRGINIA and BURLEY Tobaccos Guamatd b . I.,. *111 ,....o...... Iqlw VOKX ;7:r day. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Johnson and Mrs. Anna Severson motored to Ap- pleton Friday night. Miss Agnes Johnson and Miss Storm of Odessa visited with Mabel Johnson over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. DeWall and family spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Correll. Miss Preston, Helen Vaughan and Lucile Donk "hiked" to Appleton Fri- (lay night after school and returned trip to Ortonville Monday afternoon. Mrs. Andrew Hanson and daughter, Ruth, were Ortonville visitors Wed- nesday. Mrs. McCartney and son Mahlon made a business trip to Barry last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Hilmar Anderson and family vited at the Hihner John- son home Saturday. The Ladies' Aid of the Swedish Lu- theran church meets with Mrs. Eu- gene Okeson Friday of this week. Mrs. Swan Erickson entertained her brother Mr. Carlberg of Montana and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Harrison and Miss Leona Larson of Clinton last Monday evening. THE RAZOR THAT SHARPENS ITS OWN BLADES [] ,1 oo [] The Biggest Razor Value r Offored to he Public Model C Valet AutoStrop Razor Outfit consists of a highly polished, nickel plated, self-stropping razor, three genuine Valet AutoStrop blades and one selected strop. Razor and blades are contained in an attractive metal case. All contained in a lithographed carton --complete for $1.00. MODEL C i Valet AutoStrop Razor ORTONVILLE Hardware Co. NOW THE GRRATFT ALTOMOBILF, VALUE IN AMIgRIGA Announcement Having purchased The Pie House, I wish to announce that the same will be closed from 2 o'clock A. M., Mon- day, May 1st, until 5 o'clock Saturday, May 6th, for the purpose of repainting and making repairs. Ed Hippie, Prop. Old Age Proctection | When you are young and your earn- ing power is at a maximum is the time to save your money. Then as it accumu- lates invest it in standard Bonds that will yield you a substantial income when you have passed the producing stage of life. This entire institution is at your com- mand to help you to decide upon a savings plan suited to your needs and we will also be glad to tell you about the different Bond Issues which make good invest- ments. First National Bank Ortonville, Minn. Today's Oerland: 25 miles to the gallon; all-steel body; lkd nmel flnish; 130-inch spring has* IT'S A "RED BABY" m i r'I'HE kind of people who alown an Overlalad re- quire rmore than mere trans- /portation. They require comfortable riding. They require a good-looking car. They require lasting econ- omy. '+'2 )D IOADSTER 550 COUPE . . SSO SitDAN . . 895 SHERNAN & SPALINGER CLINON, MINNESOTA H I I Arrived this week Big and healthy and full of "pep" With red dress and gold brmd BORN TO RENDER SERVICE .It wont be long before It will be out to see you Ortonville Implement Co. IMAGE SMALLTOW"PAPERS I"C ALL CO"TE"T COPYRIGHTEd ALL dIGHTS dESERVEd 0SE SUSJECT TO UCE"SE AGSEEME"T SEPSOSUCT'O" S'SSEM'"AT'O" STOSAGE S'STR'SUT'O" PaSHa'TEa Ii LIO EW i 'l ................. night at he ha of M C, W. Whal- er. In addition to the Inegnmtho Born, to Mr. and Mr Mel,n S- pjee0 of t- sou; on 4't1 18, a dazJg]ztr, t out trees along the public hggh- Ms. Carl Beaty is able to agaln after her long iIls by the ate. A fine  porch is bei added to felt tKat iL grook's hd this week. s this yr tha 1 The Sephney Ladies' Aid ret lt Thtusday with Mrs Chas Hson. A The Laai' Aid gave their play at 4[  Legist tvl me in  M* E. - good attendance is reported ad al rtichoke Saturday night,. mlorJ* th s week, Thsday @ a good time Age0nt we A. Roske and M. Luchslnger were Mr.t m's.Orwrve] FOSTER  rode to hoa.  ..... th, Cor., ........ n .... eatonvale ,- lath teh  thb'siek list this wk -- H ngs home on June 8 The next any ft. L Celly d fmily vialed in re lar mt" WiH b held '6 the Mr a d Mr C G Johnson and Born to Mrl and Mrs. Frank geh- Brdley last Sunday. $es 0 n hme on ursday, MS F M. Anna Severson motod to Ap- tinge r a n Friday momg,  daughter Elof Hamner was dehoing t- 4. Everyone is invited, platen Friday right. 4t. . [iss gth astman is spOnding this | AKRO NEWS Johnson over Sday. Keeth Coerg of Siston ts- tie 1o some of the i hbors la t M  Agnes Johnson and  with fllends in Cliron on m. wk r g s @. Sto of Odessa ,sited with Mabel H- MWmte tmed thert of wwtth-her rendMrs, Benj, Seg- 4.-- Mr. and M. H, H, I)eWall and k fm his vslt to Fipestone, nor, Jr, Bill Gu,e w  Appleton ll fily spent Saturday and Sunday WeneZda, at the ome of Marlu Fd eve i lst s w . t . 'l P Mr. nd Mrs. B, T Stall at last Tuesday. with htives in CoIL e 'L an1 Ladi Aid me on tended  enforcement at Beardsley Ra mend Heimeherg is on the sie MJ pstcn Helen Vaughan d ay n . 1 w 11 Lucde Denk "hkp' t o AppletOn rrl.  A Henke n e  0rnv, Frk Bor went to VTheaton la caller Smlda day night after school d ret Mrs. G Enckn has bn con- . to hc't  0  t wk whe he will be emplyed  G P sch ravxh a least aU ir on the mght trmn, 'Jon left last Thu for Reuben pern "d t h . . y ,  -- : J. __  .,,  . ove Sugary.   e   a s w.a{ald o ma  I Northwest Almond . tras y mory . m Roy Lon hauled  load of ea  hom ff Dagtme OImon tht wet[ m .thin netghb0rheodofho lt ablr Osr Kri. w  b ns  e rip to Ortonv e Monday atmoon [ ylng a arl'd fla, m 0rtonlle Monday. M s A d ew HS a and daughter ulu #0f Ortenv e Mrs, H, F. tlpp and  Serazh A. Helelm w  Onville Ruth we Oron,lle visitors Wed- on Clin a end last Thurs' Holmherg ll at ,the A. F. East ller one day thi wek. d' . .o _ man home Sunday evening. Lis Mortinson of Ortonville w n .ay...  .....  ' " I ut on his faro Thursday m. cartney a,m son amon ,aday for aleago to vslt a daugh-I and My. Arthur lylrg and iss Odess shoppers Wednesday. Thursday who t 111. Josephl Stem visited t the Ben], Gust Henkelnn d fily we Mr.  ad Mrs H ma Ande tia Emily Lymn kfft for s Pl[ Stegner home, Sunday. Ortonville shoppers Saturday. family vMted at the Hilmer WInda where she ia pcy- Delmar Si Mr and Mrs. meha  ,nogrpher. Ortonville shoppers Monday to and eoamr- d in nsng met at ! Wednesday rghL Hae Andern d Mf lghmel H*e of hesten, siked oer mnday 4h Mrs e Bar,on r. F J. John*tn made a tp to  e fl of the 3. P.  eme i ey md zll send the (.  msi fily ae m- tJs wee to e J. C Johnn ]'hol Wtedlund lost we at plv lalt Saturday. Be.  eis ad teeth mt sl&mt. or dsas of h Clinch high I win preet their el play, Oslr TreJl," at the Mr. , M. J. L. Eflekn, M F.  8 and verM others f (terg e Belllgh last ndsv [a Pour Horem af e Ap esq,   be shown at the movie THS is a wonderful *t /died Rofland, who h beer g at her home in non akmd  Movdy night to Roe mmg. fgner of Ralph Spink. M (httan people were al in at. John Drm and little son ot e of M Dy's paints, M. L . UtMy. All o the Clinto atientg at th t.aeevll hospital lilly, aad e 4eme he on Ttmzday. hm to  for bet mother, mma Flnbet motlg Mrs. Finbarg i akM  be about again, Alb*r t Carlber o 1Av$tan, Mont. Ed. Cotwell and.n Loy Itr ' Mra Jeah MeCrtey pmed I B Gonota, N. D., lt Wedfitmdy. Mr, ] CORRELL NEWS  I [two high grade Holstein e*aiv from ] d  Mabel @ -- @l the fa school at Morris last WL. Mtfte Mearty aed to Mr. and Mrs. Wegdabl were lle A contest was held Tuesday after. Sday whe they spet t in town Sday. nn betwe the hle of Mattie with friends* that vlelrdty. He expects to rel Mr. d M. P. w. FIleMI msareal MeCrtney and Edi4.h Raemse t -- in a few days and lve LoFa in to OrtenviIle Sday, th e lttor's sehl Sub for the IndepedL arg of the work Plives from Boyd visited at t M. Oscar Harrin and Lan of Monday evening. gaining qlte a llt't- Win. Thymian and famil X called on ehuh mts tion  a sped dean. Gust Henkeln d family Sunday. gene Oken Friday of this w Mr Ch. Ld and son of Arti- Mrs S operation for broken appendix at the Grelle hesptal about two weeks dancers.this week.Bomber day. He h feeling very well A pmgr v;as given by the Steph- last Friday ing cou- slating ef songs, diaogaes and - Mrs. W Guse Thursday. 4 rations It w gatly enjoyed by Martha Luebsinger visited at the the arge auen Ten ent was home of her sister, Mr G. Henkel- charged or admtssiou ad the pro- mann, over Sday.. eede appllet on the 9m-ehae af hl Thee entertned at the R. Sdr4- meng After the o a ehel ho Sunday re the Henry eqmp pr  e of he S line Sthr family Anten lag and H buhe mg t y " li  n After the meetiln t luaehwa rvedg s , rYHerbertSchmeelad Addghfami es. Fe Cub s eted and t Tho entertalm at he Richard decided to hem a meeting nn the next Sehmeldml home Wednesday erasing In a new package that flta the pocket-- At a price that fits the pocket-book The same unmatched blend o TRKI$IL VIRG12TA and BCrRLETobaccos over frm SJton, S. D., ot gnrdy t tt. at te h st ht t,  latdo Hm'tlom. He I1 a  night/or St. Paul Imdrkon t Belgrade  I bn visiting at th    lght for I h / Ms   fly M s F rene P    and t e BI, wre  to 1 of M death 1 i /mmday at his home in Ortonvil}e. Mr. Bola  known  fridship in the rly of this eempy and n of his tmllma,*d teOr renores in to whom he m thlha om ex- a ag hd. T/a bualmm men of  ma  atorday to divas te , li of forming a radio eMb tm. A committee was ap- to lrlvffate the matter. F. . I'lg IL F. Ross and Thee. vm alr#otnted on sslM and on Saturday f Atlmva wh to be en th the  ladioghone of that p e. to  tubh they tmdt Ar]4ten until Sdv, t  ae Mrt. Oa Tuesday rdght t  to Alto to view te  and gather further in- Now a gaAmT AUOOatLZ VALtm IN AZmCA, HE kind of peoplewho own an Overlaad re- quire more than mere trans- /portation. They require comfortable riding. They reqne a good-looking car. They require/ant/rig econ- omy. "rCaaING. SSSO . RO^t-rZR sso lao.r ,, acs SHERMAN & SPALINGER Clq0N, N]NESOTA Announcement Having purchased The Pie House, I wish to announce that the same will be closed from 2 o'clock A. M., Mon- day, May 1st, until 5 o'clock Saturday, May 6th, for the ptirpose of repainting and making repairs. Ed Hippie, Prop. THE RAZOR Old Age OWN BLADES [] ,10o [] Proctection odd C vt Auttrop R ot ists of a highly poliaed. thr gnuine Valet AtoStrop blad d e sl e, Razor and bl  contained in an tttaette meta ee. All i MODEL C Valet Ant0Str0p Razor : ORTONVILLE .[ Hardware Co. q When you are young and your earn- ing power is at a maximum is the time to sav your money. Then as it accumu- iates invest it in standard Bonds that will yield you a substantial income when you have passed the producing stage of lie. This entire institution is at your com- mand to help you to decide upon a savings plan suited to your needs and we will also be glad to tell you about the different Bond Issues which make good invest- ments. .First National Bank Ortonville, Minn. IT'S A "RED BABY" i I Arrived this week Big and healthy and full of "pep" With red dress and gold braid BORN TO RENDER SERVICE It wont be longbefore it will be out to see you 0rtonville Implement Co. .,' :. - THE,:OR[T)NVILLE ,INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, APRIL 27, IrAGB 4 4, + i CLINTON NEWS Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Swen- son, on April 16, a daughter. Mrs. Carl Beaty is able to be out again after her long illness. A fine new porch is being added to Gourtney Krook's house this week. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Amerl- can Legion will mee in the M. E. church parlors, )this week, Thursday. J Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bergstro,n have ,} both been on the sick list this week. Born to Mr; and M. Frank Zeh- ringer on Friday morning, a daughter. Kenneth Carlberg of Sisseton vis- ited with friends in Clinton on Sun- day. H. M. Winters returned the first of the week from .his visit to Pipestone, Minn. The St. Paul Ladies Aid met on Wednesday at the home of Martin Steen. Mrs. Gus Erickson has been con- tried to her bed for the past two weeks. + Roy Johnson left last Thursday for Falrmont, where he will spend the sm.mer. The Swedish Ladies Aid meets at the home of Eugene Okeson this week Thursday. Miss Lulu Staff, now of Ortonville, called on Clinton friends la Thurs- 4]ay evening. Barney Folkens left on the Flyer Tuesday for Chicago to visit a daugh- ter who is ill. Miss Emily Lyman left for St. Paul last Wednesday where she is employ- ed as stenographer. The town and country, classes in Home nursing met at the schoolhouse on Wednesday night. Miss Hattie Anderson and Miss Hazel Hagen of Wheaton, visited over Sunday with Mrs. Bert Barton. Rev. F. J. Johnston made a trip to the cities the first of the week on business connected With church affairs. J. P. Roach came up from Austin on Saturday and will spend the summer at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Pat Duly. Chas. Mattes and family are mov- Ing this week to the J. C. Johnson formerly occupied by Axel Sho- Irthol Wiedhind lost two front while at play last Saturday. Be- Lng his second teeth, it was a most unfortunate accident. e Senior class of the Clinton high elmol will present their class play, The Gypsy Trail," at the opera ]muse, April 27 and 28. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Erick'son, Mrs. F. A. Struck and several others from Clinton attended the fmqeral of Frank Cheberg at Bellingham last Sunday. "The Four Horsemen of he Apo- calypse," will be shown at the movie hall in Clinton on Saturday night, May 6. This is a wonderful picture. Miss Alice Rosenland, who has been visiting at her home in Clinton, re- turned on Monday night to Roches- ter, Minn., to resume her work of nursing. The Gordon Campbell Post went to Ortonville Sunday o attend the Mili- tary funeral of Ralph Spink. Man other Clinton people were also in at- tendance. Mrs. John Dryce and little son of Duluth arrived in Clinton the first of the week for an extended visit at the home of Mrs. Dryce's parents, Mr. mad Mrs. I. H. Utley. All of the Clinton patients at the P-aceville hospital are recovering micely, and some are returning to their homes this week. Mrs. Joe Black came home on Tuesday. Mrs. Stanton of Gracelle who has been here to care for her mother, Mrs. Johanna Finberg, returned home on Monday morning. Mrs. Finberg is able to be about again. Albert Carlberg of Iwiston, Mont., came over from Sisseton, S. D., on Saturday to visit at the home of his sister, Mrs. Louie Harrison. He left Tuesday night for St. Paul. MrL Hendrickson of Belgrade, ]giam., who has been visiting at the Jhlms of MrL Lars Munson, visited It the S. P. Steen home on Monday, left that night for her home. The Odd Fellows celebrated the lrd anniversary of the founding of dae order in America on Tuesday An itteresting progrva was given after which a social evening -was enjoyed. Refreshments were Mr Wra. Mills visited last Friday ; the home of Mrs. Ed. Adolphson in Olnville. She reports that Mrs. A4olphaon, who has been very sick, slowly improving. Mrs. Adolph- was formerly Miss Florence Pra- d from near Clinton. Older residents of this community who knew and loved O]e Bolsta, were grieved to hear of kis death last Wednesday at his home in Ortonville. Mr. Bolsta was known and remem- as a friend and advisor to those who needed friendship in the early days of this company and news of his loth awakened tender remories in  to whom he more thlin "once ex- berated a helping hand. The business men of Clinton held a meeting on Saturday to discuss the advisability of forming a radio club in Clinton. A committee was ap- to investigate the matter. F. ]- Finberg, R. F. Ross and Theo. Cmlit were appointed on this corn- and on Saturday afternoon for Arlington where a radio lmgmm was to be given thru the mmunity radiophone of that place. g to tire trouble hey did not reach Arlington until Sunday, thus the concert. On Tuesday night drove to Alberta to view the there and gather further in- mMtiom The reading circle met Monday night at the home of Mrs. C. W. Wheel- !er. In addition to the program, the members discussed the project: of set- ting out trees along the public high- way, the trees to be black walnut, and are furnished by the state. So many fet that i was rather late to set out rees this yar that no definite action was taken on the subject. FOSTER j J. L. Connelly and family visited in Beardsley last Sunday. Elof Hamner was dehorning cat- tle for some of the neighbors last week. Miss Ethel Eastman is spending this week withher friend Mrs. Benj. Steg- ner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Stallman at- tended an entertainment at Beardsley Friday evening. Frank Bower went to Wheaton last week where he will be employed in newspaper Work, Reuben Peterson isited at home over Sunday. He made the trip on his trusty motorcycle. Chas. Hornstein of Beardsley was in this neighborhood last Saturday buying a carload of hogs. Mrs. H. P. Tripp and Miss Jennie Holmberg called at ,the A. F. East- man home Sunday evening. Mrs. 0. P. Scholberg, Miss Emma and Mr. Arthur Scholberg and Miss Josephine Steen visited at the Benj. Stegner home, Sunday. Delmar Sipes purchased a Ford Au- tomobile fro.m Arthur Matthews last week and is gaining quite a reputa- tion as a speed demon. A. J. Lawrence, who underwent an operation for broken appendix at the Graceville hospital about two weeks ago returned to his home last Thurs- day. He is feeling very well. A program was given by the Steph- hey School last Friday evening con. sisting of songs, dialogues and reci- tations, r It was greatly enjoyed by the large audience. Ten cents was charged or admission and the pro. ceeds applied on the purchase of school equipment. After the program a business meeting of the Stephney Farmers Club was called and it was decided to hold a meeting on the next regular meeting date, Friday, May {}. After the meeting a lunch was served. Ed. Colwell and.son Loys left for Gonoria, N. D., last WedneSday. Mr. Colwell Shipped horses and machinery to that place and will start breaking on a farm which he has purchased in that vicinity. He expects to return in a few days and leave Loys in charge of the work. The Stephney Ladies' Aid net last Thursday with Mrs. Chas Hanson. A good attendance is reported and also a good time. Arrangements were made to hold a bazaar at the George Hastings home on June 8. The next regular meeting will be held at the James Olon home on Thursday, May 4. Everyone is invited. ....  ........... * Mrs. Jean MeCatney purchased Oliver Benson, Mahlon i: (jUII]L]_ IN]tSy  j Itwo high grade Holstein calves from[ and Misses Mabel Homestead * ....... *Ithe farm school at Mor.is'- lust week. IMattie McCartney attoed to i Mr. and Mrs. Wegdahl were callers A contest was held Tuesday after-1 Sunday where they spent the da in town Sunday. noon between the sch0ol of Mattie[with friends. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Fruetel motored .McCartney and Edith Rasmussen at[ - -- -- to Ortonville Sunday. the later's school. 1 Subscribe for the Independent. Relatives from Boyd visited at the - " A. Roske home Sunday. The Ladies' Aid gave their play at Artichoke Saturday night. A. Roske and M. Luchsinger were business callers in Ortonville Tues- | AKRON NEWS 1 6 Bill Guse was an Appleton caller last Tuesday. Raymond Henneberg is on the sick list this g eek. A. Henkelmann was an 0rtonville caller Sunday. G. Pansch made a pleasant call in i on the night train. Odessa Tuesday. [  Silas Weeding called on Bill Guse --th+--A|IIIon lt , , t one day this week. 1 [ Roy Larson hauled a load of corn 4* ....... to Odessa Saturday. Arthur Dimberg made a business Oscar Krier was a business caller in Ortonvitle Monday. A. Henkelman was an Ortonville caller one day this week. Lewis Mortinson of Ortonville was out on his farm Thursday. Klages Bros. and sister, Elsie, were Odessa shoppers Wednesday. Gust Henkelmann and family were Ortonville shoppers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schmeichel were Ortonville shoppers Monday. Wm. Thymian and family called on Gust Henkelmann and family Sunday. Mrs. Chas. Land and son of Arti- choke visited with Mrs. A. Klages one day this week. Messrs. Bombert, Reindl and Miller were business visitors at the Harry Pullis home Thursday. Emmie Anderson and Josephine Swenson were visitors at the home of Mrs. Win. Guse Thursday. Martha Luchsinger visited at the home of her sister, Mrs. G. Henkel- mann, over Sunday.. Those entertained at the R. Schrnei- chel home Sunday were the Henry Steohr family, Anton Klages and Hen- ry Schmeichel families. Those entertained at the Richard Schmeichel home Wednesday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Win. Guse, Elsie [Herbert and Adolph Klages. one. eleven clgarettes Three Frtendl Gentlemen TURKISH VIRGINIA BURLEY [] Ill In a new package that fits the pocket-- At a price that fits the pocket-book-- The same unmatched blend of TURKISH. VIRGINIA and BURLEY Tobaccos Guamatd b . I.,. *111 ,....o...... Iqlw VOKX ;7:r day. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Johnson and Mrs. Anna Severson motored to Ap- pleton Friday night. Miss Agnes Johnson and Miss Storm of Odessa visited with Mabel Johnson over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. DeWall and family spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Correll. Miss Preston, Helen Vaughan and Lucile Donk "hiked" to Appleton Fri- (lay night after school and returned trip to Ortonville Monday afternoon. Mrs. Andrew Hanson and daughter, Ruth, were Ortonville visitors Wed- nesday. Mrs. McCartney and son Mahlon made a business trip to Barry last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Hilmar Anderson and family vited at the Hihner John- son home Saturday. The Ladies' Aid of the Swedish Lu- theran church meets with Mrs. Eu- gene Okeson Friday of this week. Mrs. Swan Erickson entertained her brother Mr. Carlberg of Montana and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Harrison and Miss Leona Larson of Clinton last Monday evening. 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This entire institution is at your com- mand to help you to decide upon a savings plan suited to your needs and we will also be glad to tell you about the different Bond Issues which make good invest- ments. First National Bank Ortonville, Minn. Today's Oerland: 25 miles to the gallon; all-steel body; lkd nmel flnish; 130-inch spring has* IT'S A "RED BABY" m i r'I'HE kind of people who alown an Overlalad re- quire rmore than mere trans- /portation. They require comfortable riding. They require a good-looking car. They require lasting econ- omy. '+'2 )D IOADSTER 550 COUPE . . SSO SitDAN . . 895 SHERNAN & SPALINGER CLINON, MINNESOTA H I I Arrived this week Big and healthy and full of "pep" With red dress and gold brmd BORN TO RENDER SERVICE .It wont be long before It will be out to see you Ortonville Implement Co.