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PAGE4 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT iii i ii I THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1922 ii i ii i i i CLINTON NEWS i Lo H. Stephens went to St. Paul with stock last Thursday. Louis Harrison made a business trip to Wheaten last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Davis made a busi- ness trip to Beardsley last Saturday. Edward Gustafson and Bobert She- quint made  trip to Morris last Sun- day. Oscar Harrison and Wiley Ross went to the cities last Thursday, re- turning on Saturday. Last Wednesday night a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. A1. Trebil at their home in Clinton. The L. A. Larson residence is being improved this week by a coat of paint applied by E. G. Dalseth. Mr. and Mrs. Hmnan DeWall and children of Appleton visited at the AI Trebil home last Sunday. Mrs. John Gardner of Pleasant Val- ley is visiting this week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A1. Trebil. E. J. Mather drove over from Aber- deen, S. D., on Monday, to look after the interests of his farm in Malta.. Inez Black came up from Monte- video on Friday night to attend the class play and spend Sumtay at home. George Zimmerman of Chokio spent the week-end with friends in Clin- ton and took in the first day of fish- ing. J. W. Cardner came up from Pleas- ant Valley Sunday to visit relatives and view his new grand-son, the Trebil baby. Mrs. Peter Rasmussen left on Mon- day for Milnor, N. D., where she went to attend the funeral of Mr. Rasmus- sen's cousin, Jens Peterson. Wm. Spellinger received this week a new upte-date tank for his Stan- " dard Oil truck, which makes a very attractive delivery conveyance.  J. H. Erickson returned on Sunday from Jordan where he has been tak- ing treatment for rheumatism for the past two weeks at Mud Baden. The Epworth League will lold their next monthly social on Tuesday even- ing, May 9 Admission 15 cents. lamch free. Everybody invited. There was a ball game on the local diamond last Sunday afternoon be- tween the Clinton High School and Moonshine. Moonshine was greatly victorious. Art Sweezy and Robert Blood start- l at their road work last week with Gee. Mowery's crew and are working on the State road between Big Stone City and Milbank. The funeral of Mrs. Adolphson, who died at her home in 0rtonville on Sat- mrday was held in the Swedish Luth- eran church of Clinton on Tuesday af- Iernoon. Rev. Franzen officiated. Ralph Winters lost one of his best milk gows this week. She was found dead in her stall one morning and no cause could be found of her death. The animal was a fine, fresh, Jersey The clean-up week campaign in Clinton met with the hearty co-opera- film of the citizens and as a result much improvement will be seen for all are enthusiastic and anxious to make and keep our village spick and span. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Trenien of Han- cock and Miss Selma Hegner of Peevex drove over on Sunday to visit at the W.'L. Ross home. Mr. Thenien returned on Monday but the ladies will to Peever to visit at the hame of their parents. Mrs. Carr Bailey of Milbank came down from the Graceville hospital and after spending a few days at the home CORRELL NEWS I Chas. Lowe was a business caller in Appleton Friday. Mr. DeGreef, principal at Odessa, was in Correll Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Guthnecht mo- tored to Appleton Friday. W. J. DeWall and J. J. DeWall mo- tored to Appleton Saturday. Miss Lindquist and Miss Hamilton shopped in Montevideo Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Chain Hudson spent Sunday with relatives in Ortonville. Hilda Roske returned Sunday after taying a week with relatives at Boyd. Mr. John Corderman has gone to iowa to attemi the funeral of his sis- tel'. Frank Grandprey is spending a few days with friends in Ortonville this week. Mrs. Ed. Lundgren entertained a few friends at her home Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Land and son Edwin of Artichoke called on Anton Klages Sunday evening. Mrs. R. Schmeichel and Mrs. A. Klages called o.n Mrs. Charles Lands of Artichoke one (lay this week. Mrs. Christ Schmidt came home Monday from Pipestone after spend- ing Easter with relatives there. Mrs. Richard Schmeichel and her mother, Mrs. A. Klages, called on the Gust Hein family Wednesday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Guse went to Or- tonville Satuday to call on Mr. Guse's mother, Mrs. Klasson, who is seri- ously ill at present. Norm Salbury and family are stay- ing with Roy Larson this week. Mr. Salbmy is helping the Larson boys with the spring work. Those entertained at the Bill Guse home Sunday were George Block and family, Adolph Mass and family and The following program was given at the schoolhouse Friday afternoon in. oelebration of Arbor Day and the birth of Grant. ', " a .................................... School Purpose of this program ................ ................... r .................. Supt. DeGreef Ulysses S. Grant ........ Dorothea Batson Tenting on the Old Camp Ground .... .................................................... School Grant at Appomattox ........ Olaf Olson American Creed .......... Helen Hartkopf Preamble ........................ Harold Calais Purpose of Arbor Day ........................ .................................. M. Chamberlain Battle Hymn of the Republie....School Song Birds of Minnesota ...... E. Melinat Value of Trees .......... Elsie Leuenberg llarching Thru Georgia ............ School Song ....... :. Four girls of the 6th grade Flag Dri{1 ...................... Primary Grade Grant In Civil War ...... H. Chamberlain Song ........ Pupils of 7th and 8th rade Burbank .............................. Edna Ferc] Burroughs .................. Leonard Gerber evening. Goldy Carlson of Milan arrived Fri- (lay to visit friends at the Leslie Al- ien home. Mr. C. Bottge returned Saturday from an extended business trip in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. B. Johnson and Mrs. Thorne visited at the A. L. Woods home Sunday. Kathryn Fruetel anti Miss Fens of Ortonville visited in Correll between trains Friday. Relatives bf P. W. Fruetel from Norwood have been visiting here for the past week. Correll was Well represented at the Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Kingsriter of Cor-'Blue Jay ...................... Seventh Grade rell, and Klages Brothers and Lillian Duty of A Young American .......... and Sitas Weeding. I .................................................. V. Rien Song'. .............................. Lower Grades .:. Song ............................ Freshman Clas l ODESSA [ News Items .................. Wilma Reindt 4, }. Reading .................................. Lela Will Mis Elsie Struck of St. Paul at-I IIelen l,euenberg., Marvin Gess and rived Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs. Edith Sellin dedicated the several H. J. Gerber. i trees which were planted on tim school Mrs. F. A. Struck of Rudyard, lgrunds" Mont., arrived Friday to visit her i .} mother, Mrs. E. Reber. *:" The K. L. C. E. hehl their business ! I Northwest Almond I meeting Tuesday evening at the home ":* ................................. :I of Rev. and Mrs. Eller. Carl Eng'lund left for the citi Tuesday night. play at Odessa Thursday night given Miss Emily Mayne of Big Stone by the K. L. C.E. City was the guest of Mrs. P. Larson R2dllBottge returned Saturday from I for'a few clays last week. 'l e where she attended the wed- Little Lucile Schuett was very ill ding of a relative, t Sunday with tonsilitis but is able to be Mr. and Mrs. Barie and family and lu p around the house now. Mrs. Anna Severson spent Sunday[ Quite a number of our young peo- with friends at Marshall. ' .... toed to Ortonville on Friday Vernon Bottge, Ross Hudson, Helen vnin to attend "The Rose Maiden." We ....... o ods and Ada Bottge attended the -'- '-' 'erber and daughter, Ber- Appleton class play Monday night, .l1r" . " .... 1-_ 1 "ur',.o the . . .. __ _ I nlce, o1: lwln Droo, o. ., ......... . l, lr. anti ,virs. a. a. DeWall, Miss[week_en d guests of Mrs. A. M. Sem- lvlaude Preston and Miss Maud Desso/rau" motored to Appleton Saturday night, r,^..,. ,^ret the home talent play Mrs. Frizzel entertained members l .... , *., .... :-, .... ho of the Farm Cub and  , ';ds given by me wamp lre ,--, ...... from Correlr :-l]v"---" .... =2' village hall on Saturday night, "A y g mga dance atur- , ., inderella" day night. ounern  Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Johnson motored to Watertown Sunday where Mrs. Johnson will remain for a short visit with relatives. @ AKRON NEWS Christ F.erch of Odessa called on Roy Larson Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard were Orton- ville shoppers Thursday. Mrs. Percy Knoll called at the Fred Maynard home Saturday. A. A. Henkelmann called on Gust Hein and family Sunday. Lester and Mrs. S. H. Frizell were Correll shoppers Saturday. Little Monson called on Bergeta Weeding Tuesday evening. Mrs. Henry Stoehr of Akron made a trip to Ortonville Tuesday. Mrs. John Weeding was an Orton- ville shopper Friday of this week. Mrs. Gust Henkelman called on Mrs. G. Pansch one day this week. Gust Paunch and family spent Sun- day afternoon at the H. Stock home. The R. Schmeichel family called at the Henry Stoehr home Sunday after- noon. William Radmer and family called at the Bill Guse home Sunday after- noon. Ben Wolfmeyer, who has been help- ing his brother with the spring work, went home Wednesday. Rev. and Mrs. Tesch moved to Hut- chinson on Tuesday. Their many friends in this vicinity wish them suc- cess in their new home. The play given by the members of -the K. L. C. E. at the village hall Thursday evening was a grand suc- cess. The hall was filled to its capa- 'city and the players took their parts well. Prospective Bride Given Shower. In honor of her approaching wed- ding Miss Virginia Olson, was given a miscellaneous showers on Monday Eve before they were married at the home of Helmer Stormo. The hostesses were Mrs. Stormo and Mrs. Arne "Lar- son. About 40 friends of the guest of honor were present. Miss Olson re- ceived many beautiful and useful pres- ents, such as cut glass, aluminum ware, silver ware, l!nens, electric per- culator, $35 in cash and many other useful articles. The rooms were dec- orated in white and pink. A fine lunch was served at 11 o'clock. A mock wedding was given with Millie Frick as the ,minister, Agnes Johnson, groom, Annie Aalund, bride, Mrs. Pearl Larson, sister of Miss el- son, maid of honor, Mrs. Arne Larson, mother of the bride, Ella Oldervik,[ best man, Clara Williamson, brides- maid. Miss Nellie Henjum played tl wedding march and Irene Larson and Dorothy Akre were flower girls. Miss Ella Sanders spent the week at the Hihner Anderson home. Miss Mabel Homestead spent the week-end at the McCartney home. Mrs. Swan Erickson and daughter, Mayme, visited in Clinton Saturday. George Young spent Sunday at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. All. Young. G. M. Johnson and family of Clin- ton visited at the Dimberg home Sun- day afternoon. The Ladies Aid held at the home of Mrs. Eugene Okeson was well at- tended. About $12.00-was taken in. Mrs. Hilmer Anderson is suffering from blood poison in her arm. Her many friends wish her a speedy re- covery. Mahlon McCartney left last Fri- d a for Elbow Lake where he will work this summer for the Larkin Con- struction Company. Harold Larson, Jens Jenson, Sel- mer Erdahl, Max Hassy, and Mr. Hiesy of Morris visited at the Mc- Cartney home Sunday. Mrs. Gun Miller was called to Or- tonville Sunday by the death of her sister, Mrs. Ed. Adolphson. Mrs. Mil- ler's many friends extend their sin- cere sympathy to her. LOCAL MARKET Tracy-Shumaker Company Turkeys ..................................... 30 Heavy Hens ............................... 20 Light Hens .................... 15 to ,17 Geese ......................................... 20 Ducks ......................................... 25 Stags ......................................... 15 Roosters ..................................... 15 Eggs .......................................... 19 Farmers Elevator Co. Wheat, No. 1 .......................... $1.47 Durham .................................... 1.19 Flax .......................................... 2.45 Oats . .......... .: .............................. 29 Barley ....................................... 47 Corn ........................................... 44 Rye ............................................. 89 Ortonville Creamery Butterfat ................................... 31 Federal Farm Loans we are now taking applications for Federal loans at 6 per cent. A limited amount to loan for the month of May. See us at once Big Stone County National Farm Loan Association Grace F. Kaercher, Secy-Treas. 7" :' '5" :" :.-., .... C  " ':'_2 ' "" A Common Sense Planter NE of the things you'll like best about the International corn planter is the practical, common sense way it goes about its work. When you see it in action, you note the accuracy with which the kernels are dropped, how they are all placed in the bottom o the furrow, how easy it is to adjust the tongue for teams of different heights, keeping the boots level and making the hills easy to cross cultivate. This planter can also be et to drop full hills without the use of a check wire by the addition o a simple power drop attachment. The change from checking to drilling can be made at any time lay pressing down a small foot lever. Fertilizer attachments if you want them. These are features that make a corn planter valuable and desirable. There are other good features too, that we can show you if you will come in and see us before you buy your corn planter this year. re also carry a complete line of season- ble machinery and repairs for the INTER- NATIONAL DEERING & McCORMICK Line and this assures you of the very best of service. 0rt0nville Implement C,), Put a WANT AD to Work foe you. J[ her sister, Mrs. Norton, returned on Sunday to her home in Milbank. is well on the way to recovery, fter her recent operation. M. A. Bohmestingl of Lidgerwood, iI. D., was here Tuesday to look over the field wlth a view to putting in a x-class feed store and grist ,mill. IUlmn leaving he stated that he was mndecided as to whether or not he would make this his location. A nmnber of local sports started out bright and early on May 1st to angle for the finny tribe but owing to the strong wind which kept up all day the number of fish caught was not so great nor the fish stories nearly so as have been on former occa- Steen and family moved the of the week to their new home on Center street which was purchased -eeaentiy from Chas. Marten. A new cement walk has been put in and vari- ous other improvements made and the family will be very comfortable Tm their cozy little cottage. The St. Pauli Big Stone choir Will l'eamnt the cantata "The Holy City," render the direction of Rev. S. M. Moe, at the Big Stone Lutheran church at Rnln Friday evening, May 5, at 8 o'e3c This will be a treat to music people and will without ques- tima draw a very large crowd. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Mills and Doris left f6r Ortonville on Monday to make arrangements to start their business They will take their house- kId gecds down the latter part of the week. ZelJa, who is a Junior in the echool will remain in Clinton un- lit the Io of the school year. Tim Senior class play, "The Gypsy Trail," was presented at the opera Imue on Thursday and Friday nights. The play was put on in a very cred- ib manner and received much fav- mble comment on the clevmmess of participants. The ppceeds of the were in the neighbo'rhood of $150. n4be for the Independent. The 22-4 Special Delivery A Sturdy Buick Designed for. Quick Hauling Anywhere The powerful Buick valve-in-head, four-cylinder motor and a rugged chassis are the foundation of this new delivery model. Expert.engineering and the best of materials have produced in this ehicle a full-powered, eronomical and wcll-balanced light commercial car. Moderate in price, it is big in transportation value--and will give typical Buick service. PRICES OF BUICK SPECIAL DEhIVERY Open Express Delivery, complete ................ $945.00 Canopy Top Delivery, complete with roll curtain ........................................................ 965.00 With screen sides, add .......................... 20.00 Panel Sides, delivery, complete with steel panels ........................................................ 980,00 With vehistote panels, add .................. 25.00 /-" .-.X... F.O.B. Factories A. M. SEMRAU ODESSA, MINNESOTA i WHEN BETTED AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT BUICK WILL BUILD THEM A Sign of Interefft That's what the Gold & Co. State Bank is 00tally interested in. Big Stone is not a "one-man" community and neither should it be---MOST OF US must be successful b e f o r e this bank prospers. Not just a few. Therefore we say---I e t' s a I 1 save, let's all produce. TODAY'S THE DAY I I i PAGE4 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT iii i ii I THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1922 ii i ii i i i CLINTON NEWS i Lo H. Stephens went to St. Paul with stock last Thursday. Louis Harrison made a business trip to Wheaten last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Davis made a busi- ness trip to Beardsley last Saturday. Edward Gustafson and Bobert She- quint made  trip to Morris last Sun- day. Oscar Harrison and Wiley Ross went to the cities last Thursday, re- turning on Saturday. Last Wednesday night a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. A1. Trebil at their home in Clinton. The L. A. Larson residence is being improved this week by a coat of paint applied by E. G. Dalseth. Mr. and Mrs. Hmnan DeWall and children of Appleton visited at the AI Trebil home last Sunday. Mrs. John Gardner of Pleasant Val- ley is visiting this week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A1. Trebil. E. J. Mather drove over from Aber- deen, S. D., on Monday, to look after the interests of his farm in Malta.. Inez Black came up from Monte- video on Friday night to attend the class play and spend Sumtay at home. George Zimmerman of Chokio spent the week-end with friends in Clin- ton and took in the first day of fish- ing. J. W. Cardner came up from Pleas- ant Valley Sunday to visit relatives and view his new grand-son, the Trebil baby. Mrs. Peter Rasmussen left on Mon- day for Milnor, N. D., where she went to attend the funeral of Mr. Rasmus- sen's cousin, Jens Peterson. Wm. Spellinger received this week a new upte-date tank for his Stan- " dard Oil truck, which makes a very attractive delivery conveyance.  J. H. Erickson returned on Sunday from Jordan where he has been tak- ing treatment for rheumatism for the past two weeks at Mud Baden. The Epworth League will lold their next monthly social on Tuesday even- ing, May 9 Admission 15 cents. lamch free. Everybody invited. There was a ball game on the local diamond last Sunday afternoon be- tween the Clinton High School and Moonshine. Moonshine was greatly victorious. Art Sweezy and Robert Blood start- l at their road work last week with Gee. Mowery's crew and are working on the State road between Big Stone City and Milbank. The funeral of Mrs. Adolphson, who died at her home in 0rtonville on Sat- mrday was held in the Swedish Luth- eran church of Clinton on Tuesday af- Iernoon. Rev. Franzen officiated. Ralph Winters lost one of his best milk gows this week. She was found dead in her stall one morning and no cause could be found of her death. The animal was a fine, fresh, Jersey The clean-up week campaign in Clinton met with the hearty co-opera- film of the citizens and as a result much improvement will be seen for all are enthusiastic and anxious to make and keep our village spick and span. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Trenien of Han- cock and Miss Selma Hegner of Peevex drove over on Sunday to visit at the W.'L. Ross home. Mr. Thenien returned on Monday but the ladies will to Peever to visit at the hame of their parents. Mrs. Carr Bailey of Milbank came down from the Graceville hospital and after spending a few days at the home CORRELL NEWS I Chas. Lowe was a business caller in Appleton Friday. Mr. DeGreef, principal at Odessa, was in Correll Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Guthnecht mo- tored to Appleton Friday. W. J. DeWall and J. J. DeWall mo- tored to Appleton Saturday. Miss Lindquist and Miss Hamilton shopped in Montevideo Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Chain Hudson spent Sunday with relatives in Ortonville. Hilda Roske returned Sunday after taying a week with relatives at Boyd. Mr. John Corderman has gone to iowa to attemi the funeral of his sis- tel'. Frank Grandprey is spending a few days with friends in Ortonville this week. Mrs. Ed. Lundgren entertained a few friends at her home Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Land and son Edwin of Artichoke called on Anton Klages Sunday evening. Mrs. R. Schmeichel and Mrs. A. Klages called o.n Mrs. Charles Lands of Artichoke one (lay this week. Mrs. Christ Schmidt came home Monday from Pipestone after spend- ing Easter with relatives there. Mrs. Richard Schmeichel and her mother, Mrs. A. Klages, called on the Gust Hein family Wednesday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Guse went to Or- tonville Satuday to call on Mr. Guse's mother, Mrs. Klasson, who is seri- ously ill at present. Norm Salbury and family are stay- ing with Roy Larson this week. Mr. Salbmy is helping the Larson boys with the spring work. Those entertained at the Bill Guse home Sunday were George Block and family, Adolph Mass and family and The following program was given at the schoolhouse Friday afternoon in. oelebration of Arbor Day and the birth of Grant. ', " a .................................... School Purpose of this program ................ ................... r .................. Supt. DeGreef Ulysses S. Grant ........ Dorothea Batson Tenting on the Old Camp Ground .... .................................................... School Grant at Appomattox ........ Olaf Olson American Creed .......... Helen Hartkopf Preamble ........................ Harold Calais Purpose of Arbor Day ........................ .................................. M. Chamberlain Battle Hymn of the Republie....School Song Birds of Minnesota ...... E. Melinat Value of Trees .......... Elsie Leuenberg llarching Thru Georgia ............ School Song ....... :. Four girls of the 6th grade Flag Dri{1 ...................... Primary Grade Grant In Civil War ...... H. Chamberlain Song ........ Pupils of 7th and 8th rade Burbank .............................. Edna Ferc] Burroughs .................. Leonard Gerber evening. Goldy Carlson of Milan arrived Fri- (lay to visit friends at the Leslie Al- ien home. Mr. C. Bottge returned Saturday from an extended business trip in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. B. Johnson and Mrs. Thorne visited at the A. L. Woods home Sunday. Kathryn Fruetel anti Miss Fens of Ortonville visited in Correll between trains Friday. Relatives bf P. W. Fruetel from Norwood have been visiting here for the past week. Correll was Well represented at the Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Kingsriter of Cor-'Blue Jay ...................... Seventh Grade rell, and Klages Brothers and Lillian Duty of A Young American .......... and Sitas Weeding. I .................................................. V. Rien Song'. .............................. Lower Grades .:. Song ............................ Freshman Clas l ODESSA [ News Items .................. Wilma Reindt 4, }. Reading .................................. Lela Will Mis Elsie Struck of St. Paul at-I IIelen l,euenberg., Marvin Gess and rived Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs. Edith Sellin dedicated the several H. J. Gerber. i trees which were planted on tim school Mrs. F. A. Struck of Rudyard, lgrunds" Mont., arrived Friday to visit her i .} mother, Mrs. E. Reber. *:" The K. L. C. E. hehl their business ! I Northwest Almond I meeting Tuesday evening at the home ":* ................................. :I of Rev. and Mrs. Eller. Carl Eng'lund left for the citi Tuesday night. play at Odessa Thursday night given Miss Emily Mayne of Big Stone by the K. L. C.E. City was the guest of Mrs. P. Larson R2dllBottge returned Saturday from I for'a few clays last week. 'l e where she attended the wed- Little Lucile Schuett was very ill ding of a relative, t Sunday with tonsilitis but is able to be Mr. and Mrs. Barie and family and lu p around the house now. Mrs. Anna Severson spent Sunday[ Quite a number of our young peo- with friends at Marshall. ' .... toed to Ortonville on Friday Vernon Bottge, Ross Hudson, Helen vnin to attend "The Rose Maiden." We ....... o ods and Ada Bottge attended the -'- '-' 'erber and daughter, Ber- Appleton class play Monday night, .l1r" . " .... 1-_ 1 "ur',.o the . . .. __ _ I nlce, o1: lwln Droo, o. ., ......... . l, lr. anti ,virs. a. a. DeWall, Miss[week_en d guests of Mrs. A. M. Sem- lvlaude Preston and Miss Maud Desso/rau" motored to Appleton Saturday night, r,^..,. ,^ret the home talent play Mrs. Frizzel entertained members l .... , *., .... :-, .... ho of the Farm Cub and  , ';ds given by me wamp lre ,--, ...... from Correlr :-l]v"---" .... =2' village hall on Saturday night, "A y g mga dance atur- , ., inderella" day night. ounern  Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Johnson motored to Watertown Sunday where Mrs. Johnson will remain for a short visit with relatives. @ AKRON NEWS Christ F.erch of Odessa called on Roy Larson Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard were Orton- ville shoppers Thursday. Mrs. Percy Knoll called at the Fred Maynard home Saturday. A. A. Henkelmann called on Gust Hein and family Sunday. Lester and Mrs. S. H. Frizell were Correll shoppers Saturday. Little Monson called on Bergeta Weeding Tuesday evening. Mrs. Henry Stoehr of Akron made a trip to Ortonville Tuesday. Mrs. John Weeding was an Orton- ville shopper Friday of this week. Mrs. Gust Henkelman called on Mrs. G. Pansch one day this week. Gust Paunch and family spent Sun- day afternoon at the H. Stock home. The R. Schmeichel family called at the Henry Stoehr home Sunday after- noon. William Radmer and family called at the Bill Guse home Sunday after- noon. Ben Wolfmeyer, who has been help- ing his brother with the spring work, went home Wednesday. Rev. and Mrs. Tesch moved to Hut- chinson on Tuesday. Their many friends in this vicinity wish them suc- cess in their new home. The play given by the members of -the K. L. C. E. at the village hall Thursday evening was a grand suc- cess. The hall was filled to its capa- 'city and the players took their parts well. Prospective Bride Given Shower. In honor of her approaching wed- ding Miss Virginia Olson, was given a miscellaneous showers on Monday Eve before they were married at the home of Helmer Stormo. The hostesses were Mrs. Stormo and Mrs. Arne "Lar- son. About 40 friends of the guest of honor were present. Miss Olson re- ceived many beautiful and useful pres- ents, such as cut glass, aluminum ware, silver ware, l!nens, electric per- culator, $35 in cash and many other useful articles. The rooms were dec- orated in white and pink. A fine lunch was served at 11 o'clock. A mock wedding was given with Millie Frick as the ,minister, Agnes Johnson, groom, Annie Aalund, bride, Mrs. Pearl Larson, sister of Miss el- son, maid of honor, Mrs. Arne Larson, mother of the bride, Ella Oldervik,[ best man, Clara Williamson, brides- maid. Miss Nellie Henjum played tl wedding march and Irene Larson and Dorothy Akre were flower girls. Miss Ella Sanders spent the week at the Hihner Anderson home. Miss Mabel Homestead spent the week-end at the McCartney home. Mrs. Swan Erickson and daughter, Mayme, visited in Clinton Saturday. George Young spent Sunday at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. All. Young. G. M. Johnson and family of Clin- ton visited at the Dimberg home Sun- day afternoon. The Ladies Aid held at the home of Mrs. Eugene Okeson was well at- tended. About $12.00-was taken in. Mrs. Hilmer Anderson is suffering from blood poison in her arm. Her many friends wish her a speedy re- covery. Mahlon McCartney left last Fri- d a for Elbow Lake where he will work this summer for the Larkin Con- struction Company. Harold Larson, Jens Jenson, Sel- mer Erdahl, Max Hassy, and Mr. Hiesy of Morris visited at the Mc- Cartney home Sunday. Mrs. Gun Miller was called to Or- tonville Sunday by the death of her sister, Mrs. Ed. Adolphson. Mrs. Mil- ler's many friends extend their sin- cere sympathy to her. LOCAL MARKET Tracy-Shumaker Company Turkeys ..................................... 30 Heavy Hens ............................... 20 Light Hens .................... 15 to ,17 Geese ......................................... 20 Ducks ......................................... 25 Stags ......................................... 15 Roosters ..................................... 15 Eggs .......................................... 19 Farmers Elevator Co. Wheat, No. 1 .......................... $1.47 Durham .................................... 1.19 Flax .......................................... 2.45 Oats . .......... .: .............................. 29 Barley ....................................... 47 Corn ........................................... 44 Rye ............................................. 89 Ortonville Creamery Butterfat ................................... 31 Federal Farm Loans we are now taking applications for Federal loans at 6 per cent. A limited amount to loan for the month of May. See us at once Big Stone County National Farm Loan Association Grace F. Kaercher, Secy-Treas. 7" :' '5" :" :.-., .... C  " ':'_2 ' "" A Common Sense Planter NE of the things you'll like best about the International corn planter is the practical, common sense way it goes about its work. When you see it in action, you note the accuracy with which the kernels are dropped, how they are all placed in the bottom o the furrow, how easy it is to adjust the tongue for teams of different heights, keeping the boots level and making the hills easy to cross cultivate. This planter can also be et to drop full hills without the use of a check wire by the addition o a simple power drop attachment. The change from checking to drilling can be made at any time lay pressing down a small foot lever. Fertilizer attachments if you want them. These are features that make a corn planter valuable and desirable. There are other good features too, that we can show you if you will come in and see us before you buy your corn planter this year. re also carry a complete line of season- ble machinery and repairs for the INTER- NATIONAL DEERING & McCORMICK Line and this assures you of the very best of service. 0rt0nville Implement C,), Put a WANT AD to Work foe you. J[ her sister, Mrs. Norton, returned on Sunday to her home in Milbank. is well on the way to recovery, fter her recent operation. M. A. Bohmestingl of Lidgerwood, iI. D., was here Tuesday to look over the field wlth a view to putting in a x-class feed store and grist ,mill. IUlmn leaving he stated that he was mndecided as to whether or not he would make this his location. A nmnber of local sports started out bright and early on May 1st to angle for the finny tribe but owing to the strong wind which kept up all day the number of fish caught was not so great nor the fish stories nearly so as have been on former occa- Steen and family moved the of the week to their new home on Center street which was purchased -eeaentiy from Chas. Marten. A new cement walk has been put in and vari- ous other improvements made and the family will be very comfortable Tm their cozy little cottage. The St. Pauli Big Stone choir Will l'eamnt the cantata "The Holy City," render the direction of Rev. S. M. Moe, at the Big Stone Lutheran church at Rnln Friday evening, May 5, at 8 o'e3c This will be a treat to music people and will without ques- tima draw a very large crowd. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Mills and Doris left f6r Ortonville on Monday to make arrangements to start their business They will take their house- kId gecds down the latter part of the week. ZelJa, who is a Junior in the echool will remain in Clinton un- lit the Io of the school year. Tim Senior class play, "The Gypsy Trail," was presented at the opera Imue on Thursday and Friday nights. The play was put on in a very cred- ib manner and received much fav- mble comment on the clevmmess of participants. The ppceeds of the were in the neighbo'rhood of $150. n4be for the Independent. The 22-4 Special Delivery A Sturdy Buick Designed for. Quick Hauling Anywhere The powerful Buick valve-in-head, four-cylinder motor and a rugged chassis are the foundation of this new delivery model. Expert.engineering and the best of materials have produced in this ehicle a full-powered, eronomical and wcll-balanced light commercial car. Moderate in price, it is big in transportation value--and will give typical Buick service. PRICES OF BUICK SPECIAL DEhIVERY Open Express Delivery, complete ................ $945.00 Canopy Top Delivery, complete with roll curtain ........................................................ 965.00 With screen sides, add .......................... 20.00 Panel Sides, delivery, complete with steel panels ........................................................ 980,00 With vehistote panels, add .................. 25.00 /-" .-.X... F.O.B. Factories A. M. SEMRAU ODESSA, MINNESOTA i WHEN BETTED AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT BUICK WILL BUILD THEM A Sign of Interefft That's what the Gold & Co. State Bank is 00tally interested in. Big Stone is not a "one-man" community and neither should it be---MOST OF US must be successful b e f o r e this bank prospers. Not just a few. Therefore we say---I e t' s a I 1 save, let's all produce. TODAY'S THE DAY I I i 'MAGE SMALLIOW"PAPERS '"C ALL COIE"I COPVR'GHIED ALL R'GHIS RESERVED 0SE S0SJEClIO L'CE"SE AGREEME"I REPROD0CI'O" D'SSEM'"AI'O" SlORAGE D'SlR'S01'O" PROH'S'IED PAGS 4  OPONVlLLE iNDEPENDENT THURSDAY, MAY 4. 19 CLINTON NEWS L. H. Stephens went to SL with stock lt Thsday. Louis Harrison made a bul trip to Wheaton last Saturday. Mr. and Ms. Davis made a ss trip to Beardsley last Saturday. Edward qeht made  trip --  __. Mr. and M. Chas. Land and son The follow ng program ws gin ] CORRELL NEWS [I .............................. I ............................ I * ...... ol Klag Sunday evening. I in, lebration of Arbor Day and thel Chag' Lwe w. a biness ller Mrs. R. Scheichel and Mrs. A.i birth of Grit. i in Appleton Friday: , Klages called on Mrs. Charles I.a'nds   ..... Selool Mr" lGrer]f' PnelPal at Odessa, o Art hake one day h s week- Purpo of t prog ........ tared to Appleton Saturday. Mrs- Ihchard Schmelehe and bar Gran t at ,ppom tax "'()f O son Miss Lindquist anti Miss Hamiltonl mother, Mrs. A. Klagcs, called on the Am e." C [ H j"" .. . shopped in Montevideo Saturday, I Gust Hem fanuly Aednesday after- Prebl e ....... e e n p- Federal Farm Loans We are nw taking applications fol Federal loans at 6 per cent. A limited amount to ioaa for the month of May. see us at once Big Stone County National Farm Loan Association Gra F. Kaersher, Secy-Trea day. Oar Harrison and Wiley Ross nt to the cities last Thursday, re ting on Satulay. I,t Wednesday night a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. AL their home in Clinton, improved this week by a coat of mppEed by E. G. Dalth. Mr. and cldren of Appleton vslted AI Trebil home last Sunday. lv is visiting of her daughter, Mrs. AL Tlbl: den, S. D., on Monday, to look after the intents of his fa in Malta. Inez Black came up id on Friday nigl d play and pend Smu/ay at home, C.eoge Ziea of Choklo spent the wk-end with friends in Clin- ton and took in the fit day J. W. Ohrdner came up f.m Plea ant Valley $ndar to visit d view his new grand en, 'rmbll baby. dy for Milor, N. l)., to attend the funerul of Mr. 's eosn, Je, Paterson. Win. Spellinger ceived this wee .  up.to.date tank for his Staa. . H. Eriekn turned on fm Jord whe he hag two weeks at Mud BAen. The Epwortb League will hd thei next monthl g, May 9* Admlsslc 15 ns  f Everybody in'ted. n the Clinton High Sch] d Moon Moonshine was gly wletot it and ]Ubal fell of Mm. Adolphson, who lYsd at h h in Or tonville On Sat- mxl) gamh of Clinton on Taesday af- lm. Ray. Frown oclatod, Rail milk ow this week. She ded I her stall one morning and no anim w a fine, .'sh, Jey ' The dean-up week palgn in iutcg met with the hearty eoper of the ci d as a sult much impent will be n for an thu,lll d xio to make and keep o village spiek and sp. Mr. and M O. A. Treien of Han- mad  Selma Hegner of JPeeve drove over oa Sunday o visit 1 W. L Rams home. Mr. Thenien  Monday but the ladi will to P to visit at the b o - MrL Ctrr iley f Mflbgnk e mmn from the Gl|e hospital and  a few dys at the ho af her Iter. Mra Norton, rammed allay to her ome in [bank. is we on the way to ry, M. A. aestingi of Ldgerw0od, 1 D., wu hem Taesdsy to look over lk  with vw to Fatting in a.lhtm feed ore and gllst nilL F41pon lting he stated that he w mdecMed   whether or not he make this his location. A nambr f local sorts started out Isa4t 4 early  May 1st t angle tim y  but owing to the  whkh kept hpall da ' n of @#.h Caught w not sc mine the fish stories eady  h41ve been on onmer e. Bteva and family moved the m oam mmt wbeh was pehased xmtl f Ca. Mattes. A n mt wdk has beea put in and earl  mvents made and a family win be W mfortabk   Httl cottage. qe St. Paufi Big Stone choir wl] -mnt the mtata "Th e Holy City,' alarm*  dlreton of Ray. S. L ee,   8tam Luthe ehh at Frhky swaing, May 5, at  wl[ be g tat o music I !gie d will without qes- drw $ venv large ewd. lr. m Mra W Mills d Dors It fbr Ortomlle on Monday to make gemem to start their business Tlmy will take their hous goods  the ]abher pal of the wwak.  who is a Junior in the kl mtm l ai In Clinton m -  Sealer  play, "The Gypsy 'J['lr  ws ted at the opo I  'lrmlay d Friday nghts. #ay wu put on i a very er. 4 t and ived much fav-  on the clearness of 1 The p*oeeeds of the Mr. and Mrs. purpose of Arbor Day ....... Sunday with relatives in Oitonville. .. Hilda Roske roed Sunday after tonville Satuday Battle Hymn of the Republie..Sehoo] mother, Mrs. KlasSell, who s Mr, John Cordean ha gone to ously ill at pnt. Value of Trees . Elsie Leaenberg No a/bur r and family a stay Marching Th Gra ....... Sehoo  thR  laro thi k M S X F r I " ,n w, o . sn w . r.,on . ou rsofthe6thrade Fk Gram]prey is spend.g a few Salbury is helping the Lrson boy, Flag Drl ........... Primary Grade days with fend in Ortonville spring worL , Grit In Cvil ' - Those entertained at the Bill Guse] Mrs. Ed. Lundn entertained a home Sunlay were George Bock and ends a hr hoe fmy, Adolph Mass and aya,irr 's  nard " Mr and Mrs d Kngrter of Cur I  Ja , e Gra e Goy , and Kag rnthrs an a Dy u A 'oug Aeoa ay to s end d Ss Weeg  ..................... V e Mr. C, Bottge leturned from an extended business Minneapolis. vted at the home unday. Kathryn rains Friday. Reaves of P. W. FreteI fro the past wcek. k Corl was well represented a play at Odessa Thursday night i by the K. L. C. E. Ada Bottge returned Saturday from dins Of a relative. Mrs. Anna Severson pent Sanday with friends at Marshall. Vernon Bottge, Ross Hudson Hee aod and Ado Bottge attended the Appleton class play Monday nigh Mr. and Mrs. A. A. DeWall, Miss Monde Preston and Miss Maud Dessc maraud to Appleton Saturday nJgh Mr Frizzel entertained fm Coll by day nJghL Mr. and M. C. G. Johnu otored to Watertown Smaday whe M. Johnson will remain for a I AKRON NEWS Christ Fetch of Odes lled villa shoppers Tuday. Mrs. Pey Maynard hame Saturday. Gust Hein and rarely Sunday. Letter and Mrs, S. H, Correll shoppers Set.day. Lttle Monson called on Bergeta Weeding Tsday evenlug. Mrs. Henry Stoebr of Akron made a trip to Ortonlle Tnesday. Mrs John Weeding w  Orn- villa shopper Friday of this week. Mrs. Gusi Reakelman lled on Mrs. G. Panh one day this wL Gust Ph and family seat S- day afternoon at the H. Stock home. The R. Sehmeiehel fiIy ealed at the Henry Steehr home Suaday after- noon. Wiillam Radmer and famil t the   he day after- oo e Wfeye ho  b h g h bther with e sping ork  hme Wenesd [ Song ..... ---- ]lNeW te W R  OUZ  ms ........ J ma ei. , a,n .......... rivedSaturdaytovisithersister, Mrs. Edith Selin ded$cated the several Gerber. i Ms. F. A. S t r u ok of Rud rard, grsuuds, Mont., arlived Fthlay to vlsit her@ the M E Reb i N mo ,, , .... 'th *r  i I orthwest Almond Tbe K. L. C. E. he e" rosiness eat g T esday e i g a home @ - m .m.u. venn a Ca d Englund left for the Miss Emily Mayne of Bg Stone TuesdtY night. Cty xas the ut of Mrs. P. Larson Mis Ella anders at the Hilmer Andolson home. days last week. Miss Mabel Homel spent the home. Little Lueile Schuebt was very 11 Sunday with tcnslits but is able to be house now. gie autoed to Ortonvlle on Friday everng to attend "The Rose Maiden." Mrs. H. Ferber aml daughter, Ber- nie, of Twin Brooks, S. D., re the week-end gusts of Mr A. M. Sere- Don't forget the home talent play given by the Camp Fil Girls at the village hall on Saturday night, "A Ray, and M Teh moved to HUn ehinson on Tuesday. Their many fends in this vnity wish them s ee in their new home. Te play gin by the mbers of a grand e- s 'eit m ps!etive Blde Given 8how. In honor of her smrohing wed- dins Mis Virginia Glean, was given showe on Monday Eve before they of Helmet Stoma. The htess were Mrs. too ad Mrs. Ar "Lar son. About 40 fends   at  honor ware present. calved my eats. such as cut glass, ware, silver wa, I!nens, ehtrte per. eu]ator, $5 in sh d ny other in whirs and pink. seed at 11 o'clock. A mk wedding was given th as the hister, Arnes Johnson, gom, Annie Asld, bride, best m, Cla Willin, bfide- id. Miss Nellie He playedtl wedding Dorothy Akre  tr girls Mrs, Swan Erickson and daughter, Mayme, visited in CIinton Saturday. George Yeung spent Sunday at the home of his I Young. G. M. Johnson and family ton 'dted at the Dmberg home Sun- day afternoon. The Ladies Aid held at the home Eugene Okeson was well at- About $1.00"was taken in. M. Bilmer Anderson is suffeng from blood puison in her a. Her many flends wih her a speedy - eovery. MCartney left It F, Lake whe he w Company. Hald Larson, Jens Json, Se]- mar Erdahl, Max Hassy, and Mr. Hie*] of Mors visited Cartney home Sunday. Mrs. GUS Atler w called to Or- tonlle Sday by the dth of h sister, Mrs. Ed. Adolphson. Mrs. ]- let's my rids exteml ee sympat to h. LOCAL MARKET Try-Shamser Company ueys .....:..... ...... 30 Heavy Hene ............................ 2O, G*ee ............................. Dueks .................................. Rostes ................................... 1 Eg .........................  ............. I Durha ............................. 1I Flax .................... 2 Oats ............  .......................  Barley ............................. 7 Ba ........................................... 9 Butterfat ................................. $1 A Common Sense Planter ONE of the things you'll like best about the International corn planter is the praafical, common ense way t goes about its Work. When yotl  it in action, you note the accuracy Wt whlch the kernels are dropped, how they are all placed in the bottom of the furrow, how easy it Is to adjust the tongue for teams of dicrent heights, keeping the boots level and making the hills easy to cross cultivate. This planter can also he et to drop full hills without the use of a check wire by the addition of a simple power drop attachment. The change from checking to drilling can he made at any time by pressing down a small foot lever, Fertilizer attachments if you want them. These are features that make a corn planter valuable and desirable. There are other good features too, that we can show you if you will come in and see u before you buy your corn plantr this yea. Vee also carry a complete line of season- ble machinery and repairs for the INTER- NATIONAL DEERING & McCORMICK Line and this assures you of the very best of service. Ortonville Implement Co. Put a WANT AD to Work fay you. t The 22-4 Special Delivery A Sturdy Buick Designed f0r. Quick Hauling Anywhere The powerful Buick valve.in.head, fouryltnd motor aud a raged la a the foundation of this new delive model ]pert.engiaeeriag and the best of materials have produced in thli whiele a full.owered, omleal and well-blaned Bght mmerdal ear, Made.to in price* it is g in tranatation valse--and will gve typical Buick service* PRICES OF BUICK SPECIAL DEIIVERY Open Expss Delivery, complete ............... $945.0O Canopy Top Deliry, complete with roll urtala ................................................. 0.00 With a sides, add .......................... 21L00 Panel Side, delivery, complete with steel panels ............................................... 950,00 Wit veMstote !anets, add ................. $.0@ ..  F.o.B. Faetorles A. M, SEMRAU ODESSA. MINNESOTA WHEN BETTED AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT BUICK WILL BUILD [EM A Sign of Interest That's what the Gokl 8z Co. State Bank is itally interested in. Big Stone is not a "one-man" community end neither should it be--M0ST OF US must be sueeessfub before this bank prospers. Not just a few. Therefore we say--let's all save, let's all produce. TODAY'S THE DAY PAGE4 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT iii i ii I THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1922 ii i ii i i i CLINTON NEWS i Lo H. Stephens went to St. Paul with stock last Thursday. Louis Harrison made a business trip to Wheaten last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Davis made a busi- ness trip to Beardsley last Saturday. Edward Gustafson and Bobert She- quint made  trip to Morris last Sun- day. Oscar Harrison and Wiley Ross went to the cities last Thursday, re- turning on Saturday. Last Wednesday night a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. A1. Trebil at their home in Clinton. The L. A. Larson residence is being improved this week by a coat of paint applied by E. G. Dalseth. Mr. and Mrs. Hmnan DeWall and children of Appleton visited at the AI Trebil home last Sunday. Mrs. John Gardner of Pleasant Val- ley is visiting this week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A1. Trebil. E. J. Mather drove over from Aber- deen, S. D., on Monday, to look after the interests of his farm in Malta.. Inez Black came up from Monte- video on Friday night to attend the class play and spend Sumtay at home. George Zimmerman of Chokio spent the week-end with friends in Clin- ton and took in the first day of fish- ing. J. W. Cardner came up from Pleas- ant Valley Sunday to visit relatives and view his new grand-son, the Trebil baby. Mrs. Peter Rasmussen left on Mon- day for Milnor, N. D., where she went to attend the funeral of Mr. Rasmus- sen's cousin, Jens Peterson. Wm. Spellinger received this week a new upte-date tank for his Stan- " dard Oil truck, which makes a very attractive delivery conveyance.  J. H. Erickson returned on Sunday from Jordan where he has been tak- ing treatment for rheumatism for the past two weeks at Mud Baden. The Epworth League will lold their next monthly social on Tuesday even- ing, May 9 Admission 15 cents. lamch free. Everybody invited. There was a ball game on the local diamond last Sunday afternoon be- tween the Clinton High School and Moonshine. Moonshine was greatly victorious. Art Sweezy and Robert Blood start- l at their road work last week with Gee. Mowery's crew and are working on the State road between Big Stone City and Milbank. The funeral of Mrs. Adolphson, who died at her home in 0rtonville on Sat- mrday was held in the Swedish Luth- eran church of Clinton on Tuesday af- Iernoon. Rev. Franzen officiated. Ralph Winters lost one of his best milk gows this week. She was found dead in her stall one morning and no cause could be found of her death. The animal was a fine, fresh, Jersey The clean-up week campaign in Clinton met with the hearty co-opera- film of the citizens and as a result much improvement will be seen for all are enthusiastic and anxious to make and keep our village spick and span. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Trenien of Han- cock and Miss Selma Hegner of Peevex drove over on Sunday to visit at the W.'L. Ross home. Mr. Thenien returned on Monday but the ladies will to Peever to visit at the hame of their parents. Mrs. Carr Bailey of Milbank came down from the Graceville hospital and after spending a few days at the home CORRELL NEWS I Chas. Lowe was a business caller in Appleton Friday. Mr. DeGreef, principal at Odessa, was in Correll Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Guthnecht mo- tored to Appleton Friday. W. J. DeWall and J. J. DeWall mo- tored to Appleton Saturday. Miss Lindquist and Miss Hamilton shopped in Montevideo Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Chain Hudson spent Sunday with relatives in Ortonville. Hilda Roske returned Sunday after taying a week with relatives at Boyd. Mr. John Corderman has gone to iowa to attemi the funeral of his sis- tel'. Frank Grandprey is spending a few days with friends in Ortonville this week. Mrs. Ed. Lundgren entertained a few friends at her home Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Land and son Edwin of Artichoke called on Anton Klages Sunday evening. Mrs. R. Schmeichel and Mrs. A. Klages called o.n Mrs. Charles Lands of Artichoke one (lay this week. Mrs. Christ Schmidt came home Monday from Pipestone after spend- ing Easter with relatives there. Mrs. Richard Schmeichel and her mother, Mrs. A. Klages, called on the Gust Hein family Wednesday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Guse went to Or- tonville Satuday to call on Mr. Guse's mother, Mrs. Klasson, who is seri- ously ill at present. Norm Salbury and family are stay- ing with Roy Larson this week. Mr. Salbmy is helping the Larson boys with the spring work. Those entertained at the Bill Guse home Sunday were George Block and family, Adolph Mass and family and The following program was given at the schoolhouse Friday afternoon in. oelebration of Arbor Day and the birth of Grant. ', " a .................................... School Purpose of this program ................ ................... r .................. Supt. DeGreef Ulysses S. Grant ........ Dorothea Batson Tenting on the Old Camp Ground .... .................................................... School Grant at Appomattox ........ Olaf Olson American Creed .......... Helen Hartkopf Preamble ........................ Harold Calais Purpose of Arbor Day ........................ .................................. M. Chamberlain Battle Hymn of the Republie....School Song Birds of Minnesota ...... E. Melinat Value of Trees .......... Elsie Leuenberg llarching Thru Georgia ............ School Song ....... :. Four girls of the 6th grade Flag Dri{1 ...................... Primary Grade Grant In Civil War ...... H. Chamberlain Song ........ Pupils of 7th and 8th rade Burbank .............................. Edna Ferc] Burroughs .................. Leonard Gerber evening. Goldy Carlson of Milan arrived Fri- (lay to visit friends at the Leslie Al- ien home. Mr. C. Bottge returned Saturday from an extended business trip in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. B. Johnson and Mrs. Thorne visited at the A. L. Woods home Sunday. Kathryn Fruetel anti Miss Fens of Ortonville visited in Correll between trains Friday. Relatives bf P. W. Fruetel from Norwood have been visiting here for the past week. Correll was Well represented at the Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Kingsriter of Cor-'Blue Jay ...................... Seventh Grade rell, and Klages Brothers and Lillian Duty of A Young American .......... and Sitas Weeding. I .................................................. V. Rien Song'. .............................. Lower Grades .:. Song ............................ Freshman Clas l ODESSA [ News Items .................. Wilma Reindt 4, }. Reading .................................. Lela Will Mis Elsie Struck of St. Paul at-I IIelen l,euenberg., Marvin Gess and rived Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs. Edith Sellin dedicated the several H. J. Gerber. i trees which were planted on tim school Mrs. F. A. Struck of Rudyard, lgrunds" Mont., arrived Friday to visit her i .} mother, Mrs. E. Reber. *:" The K. L. C. E. hehl their business ! I Northwest Almond I meeting Tuesday evening at the home ":* ................................. :I of Rev. and Mrs. Eller. Carl Eng'lund left for the citi Tuesday night. play at Odessa Thursday night given Miss Emily Mayne of Big Stone by the K. L. C.E. City was the guest of Mrs. P. Larson R2dllBottge returned Saturday from I for'a few clays last week. 'l e where she attended the wed- Little Lucile Schuett was very ill ding of a relative, t Sunday with tonsilitis but is able to be Mr. and Mrs. Barie and family and lu p around the house now. Mrs. Anna Severson spent Sunday[ Quite a number of our young peo- with friends at Marshall. ' .... toed to Ortonville on Friday Vernon Bottge, Ross Hudson, Helen vnin to attend "The Rose Maiden." We ....... o ods and Ada Bottge attended the -'- '-' 'erber and daughter, Ber- Appleton class play Monday night, .l1r" . " .... 1-_ 1 "ur',.o the . . .. __ _ I nlce, o1: lwln Droo, o. ., ......... . l, lr. anti ,virs. a. a. DeWall, Miss[week_en d guests of Mrs. A. M. Sem- lvlaude Preston and Miss Maud Desso/rau" motored to Appleton Saturday night, r,^..,. ,^ret the home talent play Mrs. Frizzel entertained members l .... , *., .... :-, .... ho of the Farm Cub and  , ';ds given by me wamp lre ,--, ...... from Correlr :-l]v"---" .... =2' village hall on Saturday night, "A y g mga dance atur- , ., inderella" day night. ounern  Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Johnson motored to Watertown Sunday where Mrs. Johnson will remain for a short visit with relatives. @ AKRON NEWS Christ F.erch of Odessa called on Roy Larson Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard were Orton- ville shoppers Thursday. Mrs. Percy Knoll called at the Fred Maynard home Saturday. A. A. Henkelmann called on Gust Hein and family Sunday. Lester and Mrs. S. H. Frizell were Correll shoppers Saturday. Little Monson called on Bergeta Weeding Tuesday evening. Mrs. Henry Stoehr of Akron made a trip to Ortonville Tuesday. Mrs. John Weeding was an Orton- ville shopper Friday of this week. Mrs. Gust Henkelman called on Mrs. G. Pansch one day this week. Gust Paunch and family spent Sun- day afternoon at the H. Stock home. The R. Schmeichel family called at the Henry Stoehr home Sunday after- noon. William Radmer and family called at the Bill Guse home Sunday after- noon. Ben Wolfmeyer, who has been help- ing his brother with the spring work, went home Wednesday. Rev. and Mrs. Tesch moved to Hut- chinson on Tuesday. Their many friends in this vicinity wish them suc- cess in their new home. The play given by the members of -the K. L. C. E. at the village hall Thursday evening was a grand suc- cess. The hall was filled to its capa- 'city and the players took their parts well. Prospective Bride Given Shower. In honor of her approaching wed- ding Miss Virginia Olson, was given a miscellaneous showers on Monday Eve before they were married at the home of Helmer Stormo. The hostesses were Mrs. Stormo and Mrs. Arne "Lar- son. About 40 friends of the guest of honor were present. Miss Olson re- ceived many beautiful and useful pres- ents, such as cut glass, aluminum ware, silver ware, l!nens, electric per- culator, $35 in cash and many other useful articles. The rooms were dec- orated in white and pink. A fine lunch was served at 11 o'clock. A mock wedding was given with Millie Frick as the ,minister, Agnes Johnson, groom, Annie Aalund, bride, Mrs. Pearl Larson, sister of Miss el- son, maid of honor, Mrs. Arne Larson, mother of the bride, Ella Oldervik,[ best man, Clara Williamson, brides- maid. Miss Nellie Henjum played tl wedding march and Irene Larson and Dorothy Akre were flower girls. Miss Ella Sanders spent the week at the Hihner Anderson home. Miss Mabel Homestead spent the week-end at the McCartney home. Mrs. Swan Erickson and daughter, Mayme, visited in Clinton Saturday. George Young spent Sunday at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. All. Young. G. M. Johnson and family of Clin- ton visited at the Dimberg home Sun- day afternoon. The Ladies Aid held at the home of Mrs. Eugene Okeson was well at- tended. About $12.00-was taken in. Mrs. Hilmer Anderson is suffering from blood poison in her arm. Her many friends wish her a speedy re- covery. Mahlon McCartney left last Fri- d a for Elbow Lake where he will work this summer for the Larkin Con- struction Company. Harold Larson, Jens Jenson, Sel- mer Erdahl, Max Hassy, and Mr. Hiesy of Morris visited at the Mc- Cartney home Sunday. Mrs. Gun Miller was called to Or- tonville Sunday by the death of her sister, Mrs. Ed. Adolphson. Mrs. Mil- ler's many friends extend their sin- cere sympathy to her. LOCAL MARKET Tracy-Shumaker Company Turkeys ..................................... 30 Heavy Hens ............................... 20 Light Hens .................... 15 to ,17 Geese ......................................... 20 Ducks ......................................... 25 Stags ......................................... 15 Roosters ..................................... 15 Eggs .......................................... 19 Farmers Elevator Co. Wheat, No. 1 .......................... $1.47 Durham .................................... 1.19 Flax .......................................... 2.45 Oats . .......... .: .............................. 29 Barley ....................................... 47 Corn ........................................... 44 Rye ............................................. 89 Ortonville Creamery Butterfat ................................... 31 Federal Farm Loans we are now taking applications for Federal loans at 6 per cent. A limited amount to loan for the month of May. See us at once Big Stone County National Farm Loan Association Grace F. Kaercher, Secy-Treas. 7" :' '5" :" :.-., .... C  " ':'_2 ' "" A Common Sense Planter NE of the things you'll like best about the International corn planter is the practical, common sense way it goes about its work. When you see it in action, you note the accuracy with which the kernels are dropped, how they are all placed in the bottom o the furrow, how easy it is to adjust the tongue for teams of different heights, keeping the boots level and making the hills easy to cross cultivate. This planter can also be et to drop full hills without the use of a check wire by the addition o a simple power drop attachment. The change from checking to drilling can be made at any time lay pressing down a small foot lever. Fertilizer attachments if you want them. These are features that make a corn planter valuable and desirable. There are other good features too, that we can show you if you will come in and see us before you buy your corn planter this year. re also carry a complete line of season- ble machinery and repairs for the INTER- NATIONAL DEERING & McCORMICK Line and this assures you of the very best of service. 0rt0nville Implement C,), Put a WANT AD to Work foe you. J[ her sister, Mrs. Norton, returned on Sunday to her home in Milbank. is well on the way to recovery, fter her recent operation. M. A. Bohmestingl of Lidgerwood, iI. D., was here Tuesday to look over the field wlth a view to putting in a x-class feed store and grist ,mill. IUlmn leaving he stated that he was mndecided as to whether or not he would make this his location. A nmnber of local sports started out bright and early on May 1st to angle for the finny tribe but owing to the strong wind which kept up all day the number of fish caught was not so great nor the fish stories nearly so as have been on former occa- Steen and family moved the of the week to their new home on Center street which was purchased -eeaentiy from Chas. Marten. A new cement walk has been put in and vari- ous other improvements made and the family will be very comfortable Tm their cozy little cottage. The St. Pauli Big Stone choir Will l'eamnt the cantata "The Holy City," render the direction of Rev. S. M. Moe, at the Big Stone Lutheran church at Rnln Friday evening, May 5, at 8 o'e3c This will be a treat to music people and will without ques- tima draw a very large crowd. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Mills and Doris left f6r Ortonville on Monday to make arrangements to start their business They will take their house- kId gecds down the latter part of the week. ZelJa, who is a Junior in the echool will remain in Clinton un- lit the Io of the school year. Tim Senior class play, "The Gypsy Trail," was presented at the opera Imue on Thursday and Friday nights. The play was put on in a very cred- ib manner and received much fav- mble comment on the clevmmess of participants. The ppceeds of the were in the neighbo'rhood of $150. n4be for the Independent. The 22-4 Special Delivery A Sturdy Buick Designed for. Quick Hauling Anywhere The powerful Buick valve-in-head, four-cylinder motor and a rugged chassis are the foundation of this new delivery model. Expert.engineering and the best of materials have produced in this ehicle a full-powered, eronomical and wcll-balanced light commercial car. Moderate in price, it is big in transportation value--and will give typical Buick service. PRICES OF BUICK SPECIAL DEhIVERY Open Express Delivery, complete ................ $945.00 Canopy Top Delivery, complete with roll curtain ........................................................ 965.00 With screen sides, add .......................... 20.00 Panel Sides, delivery, complete with steel panels ........................................................ 980,00 With vehistote panels, add .................. 25.00 /-" .-.X... F.O.B. Factories A. M. SEMRAU ODESSA, MINNESOTA i WHEN BETTED AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT BUICK WILL BUILD THEM A Sign of Interefft That's what the Gold & Co. State Bank is 00tally interested in. Big Stone is not a "one-man" community and neither should it be---MOST OF US must be successful b e f o r e this bank prospers. Not just a few. Therefore we say---I e t' s a I 1 save, let's all produce. TODAY'S THE DAY I I i