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MAy 4. 1922 SOCIAL AND NEWS ITEMS Court convened at Wheaton &apos;District Court is in session at Madi- this week. Miss Inga Negard of Milbank was visitor here Wednesday. Oscar Eve-son was a Milbank Tuesday of this week. Att'y W. (2. Preus spent the week- with friends in Minneapolis. R. C. Schoen went to Minneapolis to attend to business matters. Frank Grandprey of Correll i visit- with friends in this city this week. Ed. Rustad, United States Marshall, few hours in town Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Kennedy of Clin- transacted business here Tues- Rosenwald of Bellingham a business visitor in this city Fri- 'homas Schlimme of Clinton is a at the Evangelical hospital Katherine Jones of Morris was Ortonville visitor the first of the Misg Bakken of Appleton was a visitor here the fore part of week. IIoward Babcock of Sisse- S. D., was a business visitor here C. C. Murphy and Mrs. Light- t were guests ef friends in Mil- ,k Tuesday. ,'" (graham of Groton, S. D., his c(tage at Chautauqua Saturday. udoligl Vah i Bellingham was nitted as a pa',lnt at the local Sunday. Wendt of Appleton was an :isionday and Tues- of this week. "" '. E, Shepard returned Monday a visit of several days with in Morris. Alma Norby of Appleton is at the hore of her sister, . Henry Petriek. tttorneys Cliff and Purcell attend- court in Madison, Minn., for sev- days this wek. Wagner of Corona was op- on at the local hospital the part of the week. Rosenthal of Graceville business in this city the part of the week. Mesdames H. J. Shelver, A. C. and C. S. Hasslen were Monte- visitors Saturday. Chas. Saeger of Milbank is for a few days at the A. C. Fred Saeger home. and Mrs. Marion Potter and Mrs. Chester Pfleuger were visitors Sunday. and Mrs. E. Herzog of Traey, spent the week-end at the of their" son, R. U. Herzog. Evelyn Broadbent of Appleton Tuesday for a visit at the home her sister, Mrs. C. A. Beard. Weed drove to Minneapolis to- to visit friends and attend the convention there Saturday. Jack Meilke"drove over from Mor- Tuesday and attended to business tters here. He returned Wednes- I. Cobb of St. Croix Falls, Wis., for his home after a visit of days at the E. M. Pike hame C. E. Petrick and Mrs. W. H. attended the Trinmen's ban- held in Montevideo Monday eve- Misses Kathryn Fruetel and Foss, nurses at the hospital, with friends in Correll last - i and Mrs. Chas. Hawklnson and and Mrs. Isaacson of Webster, |D., visited with friends here for a ! rt time today. McFarland, who has been re- medical treatment at the hospital, returned to her Wodnesday. and Mrs. John Harris and Jean, of Morris, attended funeral of Ferdinand Shumaker afternoon. W, R. Mountford family moved week into the house recently va- by Mrs. McCord, who has moved Minn. / and Mrs. E. J. Rolen, who have living in the Chapman house, moved into the J. R. Jenkins on Michigan Avenue. Voedisch and Jewitt families Aberdeen spent Sunday at their on the Peninsula, and en- id the first day of fishing. r. and Mrs. Warren Henderson of aneapolis visited this week at the tie o Mrs. Henderson's parents, * and Mrs. U. J. Stotesbury. P. W. Engdahl will leave tomorrow ' Minneapolis, to attend the Com- der-Adjutant's convention to be d Saturday at the Curtis hotel. tir. and Mrs. Earl Bletcher left for home in Sioux Falls Sunday. Bletcher expects to return the of next week for a visit with he Alma Grimm, who resides in expects to leave the the week for an extended visit friends and relatives in Portland Legion Auxiliary will hold next meeting at the home of H. J. Shelver, May 11. All mere- are invited. Refreshrents will It Miss Hudson returned the fore ]part of the week from a visit of several weeks at her home in St. ,I, 1 Cloud and has resumed her duties as nurse at the local hospital. ! The Tracy-Shumaker Produce Co. is the owner of a new one and one- !half ton Do(lKe Bros. truck, delivered the first of the week by tlie Fisher Motor Co. of Montevideo. Mrs. Albert Pfleuger and baby, l accompanied by Mrs. Fred Pfleuger, left the fore part of the week for St. Paul, where they will consult a l specialist regarding the baby's health. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Mather of Aber- deen, S. D., motored down the first of the week. They took in the first (tay of fishing, and Mr. Mather looked af- ter his land interests northeast of town while here. A large number of men were de- lightfully entertained by D. I. Geier Monday evening at his home. "Whist" was the main for:m of entertainment, and high honors were carried off by Dr. A. S. Campbell. Benjamilr Argile left for his home in Chicago Saturday, after a business visit of several (lays in this city. While here Mr. Argile sold his half section of land near Johnson Station, the deal being made thru the Kaer- cher I,and Company. Mrs. J. Sparrow returned to her home here Thursday, after spending the past several months with rela- tives at Fargo, Pine River and Min- mapolis. She accompanied the Wayne Kelly family, who had heen visiting a few days in Minneapolis. A deal was completed yesterday whereby John Spanyers became the owner of the Ben Nordquist residence property on third street. He will take possession the first of the month. The Nordquist family will then move to Montevideo, where Mr. Nordquist, who is fireman on the Milwaukee, has been transferred. [ WEDDINGS I Pfleuger-Greise. On Saturday evening, April 29, Miss Martin a Greise of Correll, Minnesota, became the bride of Chester H. Pfleu- ger of this city. The ceremony took place at Appleton, with Roy. James M. Burns of the First Methodist church officiating. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Greise of Correll and grew to womanhood in that village. She attended the Correll schools, and completed a business course in the Western Union College of Le Mars, Iowa. For the past two years she has been employed as bookkeeper at the Correll Co-operative Supply Co. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pfleuffer of this city, and grew to manhood here. He received his education in the Ortonvitle Schools. He was in the sdwice of Uncle Sam for about thirteen months, nine months of that time being spent over- seas. He is also an active I.egion member of the local post. He is em- ployed at the Ortonville Ice Cream and Butter Cmnpany of which he is a stockholder. Mr. and Mrs. Pfleuer are oceupyin the rooms over the Orton Brothers Store where they are at home to their many friends. Pet erson-Lauritzen. On Saturday, April 29, occured the marriage of Miss Inez Lauritzen of Big Stone City, and Arehie E. Peter- son Of this city. The bride is a (laugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lauritzen of Big Stone City, and has many friends in this vicinity. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peter- son of this city, and is employed on the Peterson Dray line. The couple are at present living at the home of the groom's parents, unitl suitable rooms can be found. TO THE PUBLIC Having disposed of my drug busi- | FOSTER ]ness to the Ortonville Drug Co., I @ *I. take this means to extend my sincere Albert Jessup is assisting at the F. A. Karmv farm the last few weeks. -Benj. Stegner, Jr., made a business trip to Ortonville Monday afternoon. The seeding of small grain will be practically finished in this vicinity this week: Miss Ethel Eastman has been en- joying a touch of the "flu" the last week. G. G. Young was hauling seed oats from the Abel Eastman farm last Monday. Benj. Stegner and Alel Eastman shipped a car of hogs to the South St. Paul market last week. Henry Skundberg has been busy the last week breaking up his pas- ture preparatory to planting flax. Joe Stallman is one of the most suc- cessful hog raisers in tills neighbor- hood. He has eighty-three pigs from eleven sows. The Foster town board met at the residence of R. T. Stegner to decide on the road work to be done this sea- son. They put in the afternooh look- ing over the roads. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bower and son Lee, and Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Stegner autoed to Odessa Sunday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Stegner. The Holden Ladies' Aid met at the home of Ole Fossen on Monday af- ternoon on the 24th and everyone re- ports a very pleasant time. The next meeting will be at John Skundbergs on Monday, May 8. Everyone is cor- dially" invited to attend. Pullman Conductor--That couple in thanks for the patronage and support extended to me in the past, and be- speak for my successors your kindly interest and support. K. A. HOLMAN May 5, 1922. Some go to' the movies to rest their feet; others to practice reading aloud. i Well Seasoned Before offering our Meats for sale we make sure they are p r o p er 1 y seasoned thereby insuring your receiving tender 3uicy Meats. The Pioneer 00o10--a00t,n.,,keapa, rof.oo,s, Ill Porter--Yes, suh; dey am intoxi-]| Meat Market cated with h_oneyn, oonsne. II J" J" DANN --Read the ads every week. l| , June Is (;fit Time The High School graduate holds our at- tention. Choosing a gift need not be a prob- lem and a burden. Of course it is likely to be a matter of serious thought because the bit of silver or jewel you finally select must express your affection and good taste and in addition it must please the young person who receives it. Our selection of Pearls, Glass Beads, Sport Belts, Diamonds and Wrist Watches is great. Pearl Beads at .......... $12.00 to $40.00 Watches priced at ...... $10.00 to $75.00 Silver bar pins with Saphires'pins have a platinum finish, at from ............................ $1.50 to $12.00 ( LEAVE IT 'O--.-- " "" ...........  1 PALM The Jeweler ii i I i ill ii i I ii i|llnlllll iii iii ii i l Ullll iii I OBITUARY Mrs. Edward Adolphson. Mrs. Edward Adolphson passed away at her home in this city on Sun- (lay, April 30, at 4:00 a. m., at the age of 23 years and 10 months. Death was caused by heart disease and fol- lowed an illness of a few weeks. Florence Prader Adolphson was the (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Pra- der of Clinton, Minnesota, and was bon in Marseille, Iowa. June 29, 1898. She was married to Edward Adolph- son, also of Clinton, about two years ago, and they have made their home in his city for the past year and a half. Funeral services were held at Clin- ton Tuesday afternoon, and the re- mains were laid to rest in the Clin- ton cemetery. Card of Thanks. To all the kiml nei'hbors amt friends who by their assistance and kindness di(I so much to comfort and help us during the illness and at the funeral of our beloved wife and (laughter, and all who sent flowers, we wish to extend our sincere and heart- felt thanks. Mr. E. E. Adolphson, and relatives. Awarded Honors. Miss Grace Rude ranked first in a i prize contest offered High School stu- dents for making posters advertising "The Pixies," and Ernest Krue:er ranked second. Each .,as pre.ented -ith a box of candy by Mis Irf.ns. [or Better Huttb Drink More Milk Your Doctor will tell ou that Milk is the ealthiest beverage you and your family can drink-- but  t must be pure. Careful supervision of each step from cow to you insures the purity of our Milk and Cream. Rolen Dairy PAGE $ --CRYSTAL READINGS---Consult / Customer--"Say, waiter, you have one who knows. Past, present and 1 your thumb in the soup." future revealed. Hours 9 to 12, 1 to / Sandell"Oh, that's all right. It 9, for a few days only. Lakeside Hotel, I ain't hot." May 11, 12, 13. Some folks say the 18th amendment l Shawls are old-fashioned because is a corker, you can't see thru them. Pipe Organ Music durmg the Noon luncheon hour. Orchestra Music at night during dinner A la Carte and Table d Hote Service in the Main Restaurant. T R I FF$ 76 Rooms. Private Bathe. Single $2.00, Double $3.00 I 324 Rooms. Private Baths. Single $2.50, Double $3.50 202 Rooms, Private Baths, Single $3.00, Double $4.00 Others en suite | A H t _ SPECIAL I Men's Overalls $1.39 A, C. SAEGER Phone 37 TI .... i! Clothes cant last withoUt quality QUALITY in fabrics and tailoring keeps the style look- ing right; it makes clothes last I onger, it saves your money Certainly you want it We have nothing else and we have other fine things men and boys wear Grosenick's Hart Schaffer Marx clothes Michael Stearn clothes Hats Reblocked--Dry Cleaning MAy 4. 1922 SOCIAL AND NEWS ITEMS Court convened at Wheaton 'District Court is in session at Madi- this week. Miss Inga Negard of Milbank was visitor here Wednesday. Oscar Eve-son was a Milbank Tuesday of this week. Att'y W. (2. Preus spent the week- with friends in Minneapolis. R. C. Schoen went to Minneapolis to attend to business matters. Frank Grandprey of Correll i visit- with friends in this city this week. Ed. Rustad, United States Marshall, few hours in town Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Kennedy of Clin- transacted business here Tues- Rosenwald of Bellingham a business visitor in this city Fri- 'homas Schlimme of Clinton is a at the Evangelical hospital Katherine Jones of Morris was Ortonville visitor the first of the Misg Bakken of Appleton was a visitor here the fore part of week. IIoward Babcock of Sisse- S. D., was a business visitor here C. C. Murphy and Mrs. Light- t were guests ef friends in Mil- ,k Tuesday. ,'" (graham of Groton, S. D., his c(tage at Chautauqua Saturday. udoligl Vah i Bellingham was nitted as a pa',lnt at the local Sunday. Wendt of Appleton was an :isionday and Tues- of this week. "" '. E, Shepard returned Monday a visit of several days with in Morris. Alma Norby of Appleton is at the hore of her sister, . Henry Petriek. tttorneys Cliff and Purcell attend- court in Madison, Minn., for sev- days this wek. Wagner of Corona was op- on at the local hospital the part of the week. Rosenthal of Graceville business in this city the part of the week. Mesdames H. J. Shelver, A. C. and C. S. Hasslen were Monte- visitors Saturday. Chas. Saeger of Milbank is for a few days at the A. C. Fred Saeger home. and Mrs. Marion Potter and Mrs. Chester Pfleuger were visitors Sunday. and Mrs. E. Herzog of Traey, spent the week-end at the of their" son, R. U. Herzog. Evelyn Broadbent of Appleton Tuesday for a visit at the home her sister, Mrs. C. A. Beard. Weed drove to Minneapolis to- to visit friends and attend the convention there Saturday. Jack Meilke"drove over from Mor- Tuesday and attended to business tters here. He returned Wednes- I. Cobb of St. Croix Falls, Wis., for his home after a visit of days at the E. M. Pike hame C. E. Petrick and Mrs. W. H. attended the Trinmen's ban- held in Montevideo Monday eve- Misses Kathryn Fruetel and Foss, nurses at the hospital, with friends in Correll last - i and Mrs. Chas. Hawklnson and and Mrs. Isaacson of Webster, |D., visited with friends here for a ! rt time today. McFarland, who has been re- medical treatment at the hospital, returned to her Wodnesday. and Mrs. John Harris and Jean, of Morris, attended funeral of Ferdinand Shumaker afternoon. W, R. Mountford family moved week into the house recently va- by Mrs. McCord, who has moved Minn. / and Mrs. E. J. Rolen, who have living in the Chapman house, moved into the J. R. Jenkins on Michigan Avenue. Voedisch and Jewitt families Aberdeen spent Sunday at their on the Peninsula, and en- id the first day of fishing. r. and Mrs. Warren Henderson of aneapolis visited this week at the tie o Mrs. Henderson's parents, * and Mrs. U. J. Stotesbury. P. W. Engdahl will leave tomorrow ' Minneapolis, to attend the Com- der-Adjutant's convention to be d Saturday at the Curtis hotel. tir. and Mrs. Earl Bletcher left for home in Sioux Falls Sunday. Bletcher expects to return the of next week for a visit with he Alma Grimm, who resides in expects to leave the the week for an extended visit friends and relatives in Portland Legion Auxiliary will hold next meeting at the home of H. J. Shelver, May 11. All mere- are invited. Refreshrents will It Miss Hudson returned the fore ]part of the week from a visit of several weeks at her home in St. ,I, 1 Cloud and has resumed her duties as nurse at the local hospital. ! The Tracy-Shumaker Produce Co. is the owner of a new one and one- !half ton Do(lKe Bros. truck, delivered the first of the week by tlie Fisher Motor Co. of Montevideo. Mrs. Albert Pfleuger and baby, l accompanied by Mrs. Fred Pfleuger, left the fore part of the week for St. Paul, where they will consult a l specialist regarding the baby's health. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Mather of Aber- deen, S. D., motored down the first of the week. They took in the first (tay of fishing, and Mr. Mather looked af- ter his land interests northeast of town while here. A large number of men were de- lightfully entertained by D. I. Geier Monday evening at his home. "Whist" was the main for:m of entertainment, and high honors were carried off by Dr. A. S. Campbell. Benjamilr Argile left for his home in Chicago Saturday, after a business visit of several (lays in this city. While here Mr. Argile sold his half section of land near Johnson Station, the deal being made thru the Kaer- cher I,and Company. Mrs. J. Sparrow returned to her home here Thursday, after spending the past several months with rela- tives at Fargo, Pine River and Min- mapolis. She accompanied the Wayne Kelly family, who had heen visiting a few days in Minneapolis. A deal was completed yesterday whereby John Spanyers became the owner of the Ben Nordquist residence property on third street. He will take possession the first of the month. The Nordquist family will then move to Montevideo, where Mr. Nordquist, who is fireman on the Milwaukee, has been transferred. [ WEDDINGS I Pfleuger-Greise. On Saturday evening, April 29, Miss Martin a Greise of Correll, Minnesota, became the bride of Chester H. Pfleu- ger of this city. The ceremony took place at Appleton, with Roy. James M. Burns of the First Methodist church officiating. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Greise of Correll and grew to womanhood in that village. She attended the Correll schools, and completed a business course in the Western Union College of Le Mars, Iowa. For the past two years she has been employed as bookkeeper at the Correll Co-operative Supply Co. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pfleuffer of this city, and grew to manhood here. He received his education in the Ortonvitle Schools. He was in the sdwice of Uncle Sam for about thirteen months, nine months of that time being spent over- seas. He is also an active I.egion member of the local post. He is em- ployed at the Ortonville Ice Cream and Butter Cmnpany of which he is a stockholder. Mr. and Mrs. Pfleuer are oceupyin the rooms over the Orton Brothers Store where they are at home to their many friends. Pet erson-Lauritzen. On Saturday, April 29, occured the marriage of Miss Inez Lauritzen of Big Stone City, and Arehie E. Peter- son Of this city. The bride is a (laugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lauritzen of Big Stone City, and has many friends in this vicinity. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peter- son of this city, and is employed on the Peterson Dray line. The couple are at present living at the home of the groom's parents, unitl suitable rooms can be found. TO THE PUBLIC Having disposed of my drug busi- | FOSTER ] ness to the Ortonville Drug Co., I @ *I. take this means to extend my sincere Albert Jessup is assisting at the F. A. Karmv farm the last few weeks. -Benj. Stegner, Jr., made a business trip to Ortonville Monday afternoon. The seeding of small grain will be practically finished in this vicinity this week: Miss Ethel Eastman has been en- joying a touch of the "flu" the last week. G. G. Young was hauling seed oats from the Abel Eastman farm last Monday. Benj. Stegner and Alel Eastman shipped a car of hogs to the South St. Paul market last week. Henry Skundberg has been busy the last week breaking up his pas- ture preparatory to planting flax. Joe Stallman is one of the most suc- cessful hog raisers in tills neighbor- hood. He has eighty-three pigs from eleven sows. The Foster town board met at the residence of R. T. Stegner to decide on the road work to be done this sea- son. They put in the afternooh look- ing over the roads. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bower and son Lee, and Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Stegner autoed to Odessa Sunday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Stegner. The Holden Ladies' Aid met at the home of Ole Fossen on Monday af- ternoon on the 24th and everyone re- ports a very pleasant time. The next meeting will be at John Skundbergs on Monday, May 8. Everyone is cor- dially" invited to attend. Pullman Conductor--That couple in thanks for the patronage and support extended to me in the past, and be- speak for my successors your kindly interest and support. K. A. HOLMAN May 5, 1922. Some go to' the movies to rest their feet; others to practice reading aloud. i Well Seasoned Before offering our Meats for sale we make sure they are p r o p er 1 y seasoned thereby insuring your receiving tender 3uicy Meats. The Pioneer 00o10--a00t,n.,,keapa, rof.oo,s, Ill Porter--Yes, suh; dey am intoxi-]| Meat Market cated with h_oneyn, oonsne. II J" J" DANN --Read the ads every week. l| , June Is (;fit Time The High School graduate holds our at- tention. Choosing a gift need not be a prob- lem and a burden. Of course it is likely to be a matter of serious thought because the bit of silver or jewel you finally select must express your affection and good taste and in addition it must please the young person who receives it. Our selection of Pearls, Glass Beads, Sport Belts, Diamonds and Wrist Watches is great. Pearl Beads at .......... $12.00 to $40.00 Watches priced at ...... $10.00 to $75.00 Silver bar pins with Saphires'pins have a platinum finish, at from ............................ $1.50 to $12.00 ( LEAVE IT 'O--.-- " "" ...........  1 PALM The Jeweler ii i I i ill ii i I ii i|llnlllll iii iii ii i l Ullll iii I OBITUARY Mrs. Edward Adolphson. Mrs. Edward Adolphson passed away at her home in this city on Sun- (lay, April 30, at 4:00 a. m., at the age of 23 years and 10 months. Death was caused by heart disease and fol- lowed an illness of a few weeks. Florence Prader Adolphson was the (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Pra- der of Clinton, Minnesota, and was bon in Marseille, Iowa. June 29, 1898. She was married to Edward Adolph- son, also of Clinton, about two years ago, and they have made their home in his city for the past year and a half. Funeral services were held at Clin- ton Tuesday afternoon, and the re- mains were laid to rest in the Clin- ton cemetery. Card of Thanks. To all the kiml nei'hbors amt friends who by their assistance and kindness di(I so much to comfort and help us during the illness and at the funeral of our beloved wife and (laughter, and all who sent flowers, we wish to extend our sincere and heart- felt thanks. Mr. E. E. Adolphson, and relatives. Awarded Honors. Miss Grace Rude ranked first in a i prize contest offered High School stu- dents for making posters advertising "The Pixies," and Ernest Krue:er ranked second. Each .,as pre.ented -ith a box of candy by Mis Irf.ns. [or Better Huttb Drink More Milk Your Doctor will tell ou that Milk is the ealthiest beverage you and your family can drink-- but  t must be pure. Careful supervision of each step from cow to you insures the purity of our Milk and Cream. Rolen Dairy PAGE $ --CRYSTAL READINGS---Consult / Customer--"Say, waiter, you have one who knows. Past, present and 1 your thumb in the soup." future revealed. Hours 9 to 12, 1 to / Sandell"Oh, that's all right. It 9, for a few days only. Lakeside Hotel, I ain't hot." May 11, 12, 13. Some folks say the 18th amendment l Shawls are old-fashioned because is a corker, you can't see thru them. Pipe Organ Music durmg the Noon luncheon hour. Orchestra Music at night during dinner A la Carte and Table d Hote Service in the Main Restaurant. T R I FF$ 76 Rooms. Private Bathe. Single $2.00, Double $3.00 I 324 Rooms. Private Baths. Single $2.50, Double $3.50 202 Rooms, Private Baths, Single $3.00, Double $4.00 Others en suite | A H t _ SPECIAL I Men's Overalls $1.39 A, C. SAEGER Phone 37 TI .... i! Clothes cant last withoUt quality QUALITY in fabrics and tailoring keeps the style look- ing right; it makes clothes last I onger, it saves your money Certainly you want it We have nothing else and we have other fine things men and boys wear Grosenick's Hart Schaffer Marx clothes Michael Stearn clothes Hats Reblocked--Dry Cleaning TI ORTONVILI2 INDlalDll PAGR | SOCIAL h this wk. m Neard Wednesday. W. C. Pas spent the week- R, C. Schoen went to .Iinncpolis m bus ,css matters. ,vy ef Colll i ,'islt- i. thi cit this ,,eek. mted ta ,s Ha s in  #n wain, J. K nn dy of hui.es hem Rosenwahl of e]linghn y F,J- of Clinton is a at the Evangelical hospital the home hero Thmsday. after spendin h S.D. th e pat several months with rela tlve at Fargo, Pine rover and M.- pa,,ied the Wayne ef Kerly family, ,, o a e, ,iitin a few days'in Mim:eapolis. of Groton. S. D,, A ,meal was completed yestclla eotage at Chautauqua whereby ffohn Spanycrs became the owner of the Ben No,'dqst resklenee Beltlngham wa He will take at the possion the first of the month. The Nordquit family ll then move to Appleton was an Montevideo, whe Mr. Ncrdqalst, who and Tues- e, has been , E. Shepard retumcd Monday   a a visit of several days with j ]FOSTER L ,y of Appleton is Albert Jessup is assisting at the F. sister, . Henry petrick, the last few wks. Benj. Stegner, Jr.. made a business in Madison, Mluu., tip to Ortonne Monday afternoon. days this wek. The eeding of an grain will be practiIly finished n th s vicinity this Miss Ethel Eastman h been en- joylng a touch of the "flu" he last G. G. Ymlg w hauling from the AbeL Eastn Me.day. Be. Steger and AbeI hippd a ear of hogs to the Henry Skundberg h bn hy ant week bakng up his p- pparatory to planting flax. tesft ha rails ia tiis aeghhr hood. He has eighty-th lgs from eleven sow. part ef e wek. of in thin city the part of the wk. ,A.C. eito Saturday. Saeger of days at the A. C. t Fred Saager hme. Mrs. Maa M Chester Pfleuger spent at kppleto e Tuesday A. Beard. there Satuntay. ever from Mor- Tuesday attended to business F. b. L Cobb of SU Cro[x Fall, Wis,, for his home after a visit ot s at the E. M. Pik home t held lr Misses Kathryn mdiod * Wednesday. and Mrm John a., of [ ftmr[ ef [. d M E, J. Rolen, who haw a Hying hl tlm Chapman he t. moved into the J. I Jen]nm s on M1ctdgan Aaue. Vcdih and Jitt filiet Abcrde spmt Sunday at M, Hderson's Stotshury. the Com- tobl , at the  hotel. b home in Siotug llls Sunday, t the Alma Grimm, who resides of tim week for an taded vit friends and mlatlva in PoIfland, Auxiliary hold am luvltad. 9freshnents sdll Mis Hudso retued the fo pan of the wk from a visit of 1 WEDDINGS vemn weeks at her at the local hospital. On Saturday The Tracy-Shumakor Prluee Co. atina G, , Miuneta, is the owner of a new one and one- came the bn r H. Pfleu half ton Do,lm Bs. tck, delivered er of this city, The eemony took the first of the eek hy the Fibber place at Apl,letnn, with Roy. James Motor Co. of Monte,ride<s i. Iurn oC te irst Metho,lt Mrs A be' pfleuger an bah,, chuh emcatin c i  b M Fet tfl go" Theb le " I gt fM" t acompanc,  .is, r, eu r r. ia<au lore ,.an, let he f,e I' ,t of the week for Mrs. M. Glelse f Corre/! a.d St, Paul where they will consult a row to wmnanhoI in that village. ga "g h  ly, lShea e e become sh s p a .nnl e  ., , ,ea/th. cmplete<n a buseess cour m t,e dn S.D. motod down the first eli ewa. For epas xoxeazss has t ' ' I been e n o bo,kkee ,e at the e week. lhev took m the first day . R I 7 . Collell Co operat,xe u p ' CO of flhm and fr. Mather oeke I at f M I r ' mtelests' nothst The groom is the ov o . a ter hlh:Tm:,r c o Me, Fed I'fleue of this city to,n w l e lel. I ge w to manhood here. A krgc number of men iightfuH enteltined by D. Ig. Geiel H e was in the sdice of Undo Me.day eveMng at his home. "WMsF*] for about thirteen months, zm Iorm el entertainment, and high honors were eared off by seas He is also all actixc Legion s. Campbe]l member of the local post. lie is em- Benjamin Argile left for in Chcao Saturd: Company of which he is a ,st o eeral da/ bit. and Mrs. l'fl eug' r arc oteapyi/ land nean Johnson Station the rooms rel the Orto, Brothe,s eiog made thru the Kael Sto'e where they are at home to their an. riends, Mrs. J, Sparrow returned to herl peh.rgon Laurit n. On Satmday, April 29, oeomd the son, iney lag over the roadm Lee, and Mr. and autoed to Odessa Sunday to visit with home ef Ole Felon on Monday af- ternoon n fl  4th ad ev ports a very pleant time, meeting wil be at John Skundbergs on Monday, May & Everyone is eor- dially Invlted to attend. PtLman ConductoThat couple ia pr of fool. porte--Yes, ah; dey dth heneyraoonshin --Read the ads every week. manlage of Mias Inez Lamltzen of Big Stnne CRy, aT1(t Archie E. Peter- sou of thi city. The bride is a daagh ter o Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lauritzen as ma,,' of Big Stone City, and ,e groo friends  this ,ienity. is a son of Mr aml Mrs. Fred Peter- on nf thls city, and i employed on the Petersoa Dray line. The couple are at vresent living at the hme of the grm's paints, unitl statable rooms can be found. TO THE pUBLIC Having disposed of my drug b.si- e to the 0rtonville Dg Co., I take th means to extend my mn thanks for the patroag'e d uplrt extended to me In the , and be- speak for my succesr your Indly interest and supine. K. A. HOIAN May 5, 1922. Some go td the movies to st their feet; others to prtl reading aloud. Well Seasoned Before offering our Meats for sale we make sure they are properly seasoned thereby insuring your receiving tender 2uicy Meats. The Pioneer Meat Market I. L DANN June Is Gift Time The High School graduate holds our at- tention. Choosing a gift need not be a prob. hm and a bardem Of course it is likely to be a matter of serious thought because the bit of sliver or jewel you finally select must express your affection and good taste and in addition it must please the young person wba recmves it. Our selection of Pearls, Glass Beads, Sport Belts, Diamonds and Wrist Watches is great Pearl Beads at .......... $12.00 to $40,00 Watches priced at.._.$10.00 to $75.00 -" Sliver bar pins with Saphires--pins have a platinum finish at from ......................... $1.50 to $12.00 LEAVE IT  '" ""- PALM The Jeweler BI - *1 RYSTAL RgADINGgConsult [ Cuato-Say, waiter, you have O TUARY I io who knows, pt, psent a.dlyo thum b in th e soup,, , ---- 1 futu revealed_ Hou 9 to 12, 1 to] Sandell "Oh hat' all ' h It i. Edward Adolphl 9 for a few days only. Lake de Hero, . -- , s mg . Edward Adolphn psed May 11, 12, 13. !n't hot" day.  Aprilher30hmeat 4:00in thiSa, m,,CitYat OntheSUnge Some folks--say the 18th lcndaut , Shawls --a otd-fashione4 because of 23 year aml 10 months. Death lie a corker, you can't s th them, gila caused by heart disease and foi. , -- Flounce ptadel Adolphson wa the A ]owl an illness of a few week. She was married to E<hard "Adolph. ! ! son, also of Clinton, aout two )ears | 1" ago, and they have made theie home | ..................... TEL, l,,s o,,r Imfun .............................. The CURTIS He ton Tuesday aftelnoon, aml the re TNTH TKT AT OLITH AVNU 1:i,]i(I to st i" the C]1 Minneapolis - Minnesota r ('ard e.a.ks. To all the kind neibbols and frie.ds who hy their assistance and so much to comfort and help us dunng the illness and at the fa.eral o our beloved wife and daughter, and all who sent flowers,'e wish to extend or neere and heart felt thanks. --Mr. E. E. Adolphson, and relatives. Awarded Honors. Miss G'a e Rude ranked fir n a p contest offered High School stu- I dents for mang posters adverti*in[ "The Pixies," and rnest Krueger lnked secoml Each as psonted with a hox ef eandy by iss Irgens One whole city block of budfui Lobbie, Re'st au.  nt and Sho Pipe Organ Musxc durxng the Nn luncheon hour. Orchestra Music at night during dinnex. h  and Tabh M' Hot e ,3m4ee Otr e. alt ---- J rot Better Ileeltl00 Drink More Milk Your Doctor will tell ou that Milk is the ealthiest beverage you and your family can drink--but it must be pure. Careful supervision of each step from cow to ( o u insures the purity of our Milk and Cream. Rolen -Dairy SPECIAL. Men's Overalls $1.39 " A. C. SAEGER Phone 37 Clothes cant last withoUt quality QUALITY in fabrics and tailoring keeps the style look- ing right; it makes clothes last longer; it saves your money Certainly you want it We have nothing else and we have other fine things men and boys wear Grosenick's Hart Schafleg Marx clothes Michael Steam clothes Hats Reblocked--Dry Cleaning MAy 4. 1922 SOCIAL AND NEWS ITEMS Court convened at Wheaton 'District Court is in session at Madi- this week. Miss Inga Negard of Milbank was visitor here Wednesday. Oscar Eve-son was a Milbank Tuesday of this week. Att'y W. (2. Preus spent the week- with friends in Minneapolis. R. C. Schoen went to Minneapolis to attend to business matters. Frank Grandprey of Correll i visit- with friends in this city this week. Ed. Rustad, United States Marshall, few hours in town Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Kennedy of Clin- transacted business here Tues- Rosenwald of Bellingham a business visitor in this city Fri- 'homas Schlimme of Clinton is a at the Evangelical hospital Katherine Jones of Morris was Ortonville visitor the first of the Misg Bakken of Appleton was a visitor here the fore part of week. IIoward Babcock of Sisse- S. D., was a business visitor here C. C. Murphy and Mrs. Light- t were guests ef friends in Mil- ,k Tuesday. ,'" (graham of Groton, S. D., his c(tage at Chautauqua Saturday. udoligl Vah i Bellingham was nitted as a pa',lnt at the local Sunday. Wendt of Appleton was an :isionday and Tues- of this week. "" '. E, Shepard returned Monday a visit of several days with in Morris. Alma Norby of Appleton is at the hore of her sister, . Henry Petriek. tttorneys Cliff and Purcell attend- court in Madison, Minn., for sev- days this wek. Wagner of Corona was op- on at the local hospital the part of the week. Rosenthal of Graceville business in this city the part of the week. Mesdames H. J. Shelver, A. C. and C. S. Hasslen were Monte- visitors Saturday. Chas. Saeger of Milbank is for a few days at the A. C. Fred Saeger home. and Mrs. Marion Potter and Mrs. Chester Pfleuger were visitors Sunday. and Mrs. E. Herzog of Traey, spent the week-end at the of their" son, R. U. Herzog. Evelyn Broadbent of Appleton Tuesday for a visit at the home her sister, Mrs. C. A. Beard. Weed drove to Minneapolis to- to visit friends and attend the convention there Saturday. Jack Meilke"drove over from Mor- Tuesday and attended to business tters here. He returned Wednes- I. Cobb of St. Croix Falls, Wis., for his home after a visit of days at the E. M. Pike hame C. E. Petrick and Mrs. W. H. attended the Trinmen's ban- held in Montevideo Monday eve- Misses Kathryn Fruetel and Foss, nurses at the hospital, with friends in Correll last - i and Mrs. Chas. Hawklnson and and Mrs. Isaacson of Webster, |D., visited with friends here for a ! rt time today. McFarland, who has been re- medical treatment at the hospital, returned to her Wodnesday. and Mrs. John Harris and Jean, of Morris, attended funeral of Ferdinand Shumaker afternoon. W, R. Mountford family moved week into the house recently va- by Mrs. McCord, who has moved Minn. / and Mrs. E. J. Rolen, who have living in the Chapman house, moved into the J. R. Jenkins on Michigan Avenue. Voedisch and Jewitt families Aberdeen spent Sunday at their on the Peninsula, and en- id the first day of fishing. r. and Mrs. Warren Henderson of aneapolis visited this week at the tie o Mrs. Henderson's parents, * and Mrs. U. J. Stotesbury. P. W. Engdahl will leave tomorrow ' Minneapolis, to attend the Com- der-Adjutant's convention to be d Saturday at the Curtis hotel. tir. and Mrs. Earl Bletcher left for home in Sioux Falls Sunday. Bletcher expects to return the of next week for a visit with he Alma Grimm, who resides in expects to leave the the week for an extended visit friends and relatives in Portland Legion Auxiliary will hold next meeting at the home of H. J. Shelver, May 11. All mere- are invited. Refreshrents will It Miss Hudson returned the fore ]part of the week from a visit of several weeks at her home in St. ,I, 1 Cloud and has resumed her duties as nurse at the local hospital. ! The Tracy-Shumaker Produce Co. is the owner of a new one and one- !half ton Do(lKe Bros. truck, delivered the first of the week by tlie Fisher Motor Co. of Montevideo. Mrs. Albert Pfleuger and baby, l accompanied by Mrs. Fred Pfleuger, left the fore part of the week for St. Paul, where they will consult a l specialist regarding the baby's health. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Mather of Aber- deen, S. D., motored down the first of the week. They took in the first (tay of fishing, and Mr. Mather looked af- ter his land interests northeast of town while here. A large number of men were de- lightfully entertained by D. I. Geier Monday evening at his home. "Whist" was the main for:m of entertainment, and high honors were carried off by Dr. A. S. Campbell. Benjamilr Argile left for his home in Chicago Saturday, after a business visit of several (lays in this city. While here Mr. Argile sold his half section of land near Johnson Station, the deal being made thru the Kaer- cher I,and Company. Mrs. J. Sparrow returned to her home here Thursday, after spending the past several months with rela- tives at Fargo, Pine River and Min- mapolis. She accompanied the Wayne Kelly family, who had heen visiting a few days in Minneapolis. A deal was completed yesterday whereby John Spanyers became the owner of the Ben Nordquist residence property on third street. He will take possession the first of the month. The Nordquist family will then move to Montevideo, where Mr. Nordquist, who is fireman on the Milwaukee, has been transferred. [ WEDDINGS I Pfleuger-Greise. On Saturday evening, April 29, Miss Martin a Greise of Correll, Minnesota, became the bride of Chester H. Pfleu- ger of this city. The ceremony took place at Appleton, with Roy. James M. Burns of the First Methodist church officiating. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Greise of Correll and grew to womanhood in that village. She attended the Correll schools, and completed a business course in the Western Union College of Le Mars, Iowa. For the past two years she has been employed as bookkeeper at the Correll Co-operative Supply Co. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pfleuffer of this city, and grew to manhood here. He received his education in the Ortonvitle Schools. He was in the sdwice of Uncle Sam for about thirteen months, nine months of that time being spent over- seas. He is also an active I.egion member of the local post. He is em- ployed at the Ortonville Ice Cream and Butter Cmnpany of which he is a stockholder. Mr. and Mrs. Pfleuer are oceupyin the rooms over the Orton Brothers Store where they are at home to their many friends. Pet erson-Lauritzen. On Saturday, April 29, occured the marriage of Miss Inez Lauritzen of Big Stone City, and Arehie E. Peter- son Of this city. The bride is a (laugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lauritzen of Big Stone City, and has many friends in this vicinity. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peter- son of this city, and is employed on the Peterson Dray line. The couple are at present living at the home of the groom's parents, unitl suitable rooms can be found. TO THE PUBLIC Having disposed of my drug busi- | FOSTER ] ness to the Ortonville Drug Co., I @ *I. take this means to extend my sincere Albert Jessup is assisting at the F. A. Karmv farm the last few weeks. -Benj. Stegner, Jr., made a business trip to Ortonville Monday afternoon. The seeding of small grain will be practically finished in this vicinity this week: Miss Ethel Eastman has been en- joying a touch of the "flu" the last week. G. G. Young was hauling seed oats from the Abel Eastman farm last Monday. Benj. Stegner and Alel Eastman shipped a car of hogs to the South St. Paul market last week. Henry Skundberg has been busy the last week breaking up his pas- ture preparatory to planting flax. Joe Stallman is one of the most suc- cessful hog raisers in tills neighbor- hood. He has eighty-three pigs from eleven sows. The Foster town board met at the residence of R. T. Stegner to decide on the road work to be done this sea- son. They put in the afternooh look- ing over the roads. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bower and son Lee, and Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Stegner autoed to Odessa Sunday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Stegner. The Holden Ladies' Aid met at the home of Ole Fossen on Monday af- ternoon on the 24th and everyone re- ports a very pleasant time. The next meeting will be at John Skundbergs on Monday, May 8. Everyone is cor- dially" invited to attend. Pullman Conductor--That couple in thanks for the patronage and support extended to me in the past, and be- speak for my successors your kindly interest and support. K. A. HOLMAN May 5, 1922. Some go to' the movies to rest their feet; others to practice reading aloud. i Well Seasoned Before offering our Meats for sale we make sure they are p r o p er 1 y seasoned thereby insuring your receiving tender 3uicy Meats. The Pioneer 00o10--a00t,n.,,keapa, rof.oo,s, Ill Porter--Yes, suh; dey am intoxi-]| Meat Market cated with h_oneyn, oonsne. II J" J" DANN --Read the ads every week. l| , June Is (;fit Time The High School graduate holds our at- tention. Choosing a gift need not be a prob- lem and a burden. Of course it is likely to be a matter of serious thought because the bit of silver or jewel you finally select must express your affection and good taste and in addition it must please the young person who receives it. Our selection of Pearls, Glass Beads, Sport Belts, Diamonds and Wrist Watches is great. Pearl Beads at .......... $12.00 to $40.00 Watches priced at ...... $10.00 to $75.00 Silver bar pins with Saphires'pins have a platinum finish, at from ............................ $1.50 to $12.00 ( LEAVE IT 'O--.-- " "" ...........  1 PALM The Jeweler ii i I i ill ii i I ii i|llnlllll iii iii ii i l Ullll iii I OBITUARY Mrs. Edward Adolphson. Mrs. Edward Adolphson passed away at her home in this city on Sun- (lay, April 30, at 4:00 a. m., at the age of 23 years and 10 months. Death was caused by heart disease and fol- lowed an illness of a few weeks. Florence Prader Adolphson was the (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Pra- der of Clinton, Minnesota, and was bon in Marseille, Iowa. June 29, 1898. She was married to Edward Adolph- son, also of Clinton, about two years ago, and they have made their home in his city for the past year and a half. Funeral services were held at Clin- ton Tuesday afternoon, and the re- mains were laid to rest in the Clin- ton cemetery. Card of Thanks. To all the kiml nei'hbors amt friends who by their assistance and kindness di(I so much to comfort and help us during the illness and at the funeral of our beloved wife and (laughter, and all who sent flowers, we wish to extend our sincere and heart- felt thanks. Mr. E. E. Adolphson, and relatives. Awarded Honors. Miss Grace Rude ranked first in a i prize contest offered High School stu- dents for making posters advertising "The Pixies," and Ernest Krue:er ranked second. Each .,as pre.ented -ith a box of candy by Mis Irf.ns. [or Better Huttb Drink More Milk Your Doctor will tell ou that Milk is the ealthiest beverage you and your family can drink-- but  t must be pure. Careful supervision of each step from cow to you insures the purity of our Milk and Cream. Rolen Dairy PAGE $ --CRYSTAL READINGS---Consult / Customer--"Say, waiter, you have one who knows. Past, present and 1 your thumb in the soup." future revealed. Hours 9 to 12, 1 to / Sandell"Oh, that's all right. It 9, for a few days only. Lakeside Hotel, I ain't hot." May 11, 12, 13. Some folks say the 18th amendment l Shawls are old-fashioned because is a corker, you can't see thru them. Pipe Organ Music durmg the Noon luncheon hour. Orchestra Music at night during dinner A la Carte and Table d Hote Service in the Main Restaurant. T R I FF$ 76 Rooms. Private Bathe. Single $2.00, Double $3.00 I 324 Rooms. Private Baths. Single $2.50, Double $3.50 202 Rooms, Private Baths, Single $3.00, Double $4.00 Others en suite | A H t _ SPECIAL I Men's Overalls $1.39 A, C. SAEGER Phone 37 TI .... i! Clothes cant last withoUt quality QUALITY in fabrics and tailoring keeps the style look- ing right; it makes clothes last I onger, it saves your money Certainly you want it We have nothing else and we have other fine things men and boys wear Grosenick's Hart Schaffer Marx clothes Michael Stearn clothes Hats Reblocked--Dry Cleaning