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ekh THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1922 THE ORTOITILLE INDEPENDENT ] PERSONAL, SOCIAL :l AND NEWS ITEMS L. F. Nichols of Milbank, transacted business in this city today. Nels Lahre of Sisseton, S. D., is a patient at the local hospital. Ed. Arndt of Odessa is a patient at the Evangelical hospital here. Att&apos;y Howard Babcock of Sisseton is a business visitor here today. W. I. Lox-thian of Milbank was a busines visitor her Wednesday. Mrs. F. A. Holman of Clinton is a patient at the hospital this week. Mrs. Nellie Lightfoot was on the sick list for several days this week. Chas. H. Bolsta is attending to business matters in Beardsley today. John Timm" of Granite Falls visit- ed with friends here over the week- end. The C. Cade family are moving in- to the John Witte house in the sub- urbs. Wayne Kelly was a business visitor in Pipestone the fore part of the week. Rudy Zeigler of Corona, S. D., was operated on at the local hospital this week. " Gust Roelke of Bellingham is a patient at the local hospital this week. Paul Runnings was a business vis- itor in Milbank the latter part of the week. E. W. Nobbs of Bellingham was an Ortonville visitor Saturday and Sun- day. Barney Childs came out from Min- neapolis Sunday for a short visit with friends. H. W. Palm visited at the Bletcher home in Sioux Falls from Friday un- til Monday. R. Lyman of Clinton is receiving medical attention at the hospital in this city. Mrs. I. Watson of Correll under- went an operation at the hospital Wednesday. L. W. Danielson was called to Mor- ris Tuesday by the serious illness of his father. Miss Gladys F-er of Wilmot, S. D., is receiving medical care at the hospital here. D. E. and F. M. Geier went to Min- neapolis Sunday to attend to busi- ness matters. F. E. Davison and family drove to Brookings, S. D., Sunday for a short visit with friends. George Speckeen of Milbank was admitted as a patient to the local hos- pital this week. Miss Lorraine Wolfe of Milbank was operated on" at the Evangelical hospital Wednesday. Mrs. Carl Oleon of Peever, S. D., was admitted to the local hospital the first of the week` Miss Frances Berdan is enjoying a week's vacation from her duties at the telephone office. Dr. and M& Nell L'iff of Mtlbk are guestt this weeR t-the F..L. Cliff home in this city. Miss Esther Lindig of Wheaton vis- ited with rer Ruth here the fore part oftKe week. A. RingmDss and son of Morris spent the week-end here, enjoying a few days fhing at the lake. Miss Ruby Odney of Benson visit- I Monday and Tuesday at the home spent Mnday and Tesday with her sister, Mrs. Art Sorensom Mr. and Mr& Jake Rehnke of Wil- mot, S. D., drove over Sunday for a sit with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Williamson of Montevideo wer guests of Miss Vivian Martinson Tuesday. F. P. FarreU of Minneapolis has accepted a position as meat cutter at the Pioneer Meat Market. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Persson are this week moving into the Norman cottage near the peningula. Miss Lucille Mericle of Sioux Falls S. D., was a guest at the J. R. Cain home a few days this week` Mrs. Chas. Fields of Minneapolis arrived the latter part of the week for a visit with her husband L. P. Everson and family autoed[ Mrs C. E. Petrick returned Sun- to Renville Sunday where they spenti,day from Minneapolis, where she had the .day visiting with friends. I been visiting with friends for a short . } Dr. Lima of Montevideo spent sev- i time. eral days here this week getting his I Miss Gladys Miller has been e,m- cottage ready for occupancy. I ployed as operator at the Bell Tele- An eight and one-half pound son! phone office here for the summer arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. i mnths" Mrs. Ed. Paul of Browns Valley is John Kaercher Saturday morning. 11 a patient at the Evangelical Hospital Fred Caesar has resigned his posi-I and was operated on the fore part of tion at Nick Fink's and is now em- I the week. ployed at the Coderre Barber Shop. I John Tier and family are moving Mayor J. A. Bailey is attending to l into the John Kaercher house on business matters in Andover and oth-i er South Dakota towns this week. I Mrs. James Hawkins of Butte, i Montana, left Wednesday after a few i days' visit at the J. l Cain home here. i S. J. Souser of Wilmot, S. D., was t admitted .to the local hospital for I treatment the fore part of the week` I A large delegation of Rebekahs uV- tended the district meeting of the lodge at Clinton on Tuesday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Boals will leave Wednesday for Des Moines, Iowa, stopping at Algona for a short visit on the way. G. C. Tyler, of the Tyler Variety Store, went to Aberdeen on business the fore part of the week. He return- ed Wednesday. Jack Glassner of Tyndale, S. D., r- rived the latter part of the week for a few days visit at the George East- man home here. C F. Cummings stopped off here Saturday on his way to Nomi, Alas- ka, for a short visit with his sister, Mrs. M. L. Whiting Mrs. A. L. Moore entertained a number of ladies at her home Tues- day, at a farewell party in honor of Mrs. R. H.,Chapman. Cecil Roderberg and Ed. Emmett of Montevideo came Sunday to enjoy a few days outing at the lake. They returned home today The Food Sale that was to have been held by the Ladies' Aid of the Norwegian Lutheran Church on May 27 has been postponed. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Danielson ar- rived Monday from Aberdeen and ex- pect to spend the summer in their cottage on the peninsula Former Governor Heried of South Dakota spent several days at the Or- ton Hotel this week, and enjoyed the fishing in Big Stone Lake. second street, which they recently purchase<L Mrs. A. J. Brandt, who resides near Big Stone City, left Sunday for Chi- cago for an extended visit with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith have se- cured rooms in the Shumaker build- ing, recently occupied by the Bentley family, and have taken possession. Mrs. W J. Hartman of Broadview, Montana, arrived the fore part of the week for a visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Block. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dittes return- ed to their home at Beardsley Wednes- day, after a few days visit at the home of Mr. Dittes' niece, Mrs. Etta Cochran. The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist Church will meet on Friday at the urch. Strawberry . short cake and other refreshments will be served. All are invited. L. O. Jacobson, appraiser for the Federal Land Bank of St. Paul was a visitor here Thursday, in the in- terests of that company, making ap- praisals for loans. Miss Olga Block, who has been teaching the past year in Broadview, Montana, arrived home the fore part of the week, and will spend her vaca- tion at her home here. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dann and chil-I dren and Mr. F. E. Shepard, autoed t to LeRoy, Minnesota Saturday, where they will visit with friends and rela- tives. They expect to be away about a week. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Boyd and children of Aberdeen arrived Tuesday l and will spend the summer with Mrs. Boyd's parents, Mr. an(i Mrs. C. J. McLeod, on the peninsula. The Women's Relief Corps enter- Mrs. K. E. Glasgow left the latter tained at a farewell party at the part of the week fo her home in Court House in honor of Mrs. Chap- Redwood Falls, after a visit at the F man, who. expects  leave soon to M. Birkenmeyer home here. " ,maze ner nome in the eas. The Swedish Lutheran Ladies' Aid I" Mr. and Mrs. C. J.drMoCLe lf: will meet at the home of Mrs. John cmugh..ter m argare few -a's Gustafson on Saturday, June 3rd. neapolis w.nesaayor a (l y Eve,-on -rdi-ll,, ; ,t4 I visi wim nenas. "lny were accom- J .... an ....... [pained by Harry Gunderso . . reeu a wayne etiy re-I ............ turned Wednesday from a f "a ' Mrs. M. I wmung, accompamea business tri to'Rock I ]:ew a ys [ by her brother, C F Cummings, p pas, iowa. "a " wh Th - --'- *- *--- '--- " [went to Aberdeen S turday ere e mw  ,p y ,vt. ! ..... " "'" " W "' a ""i ........ l ney wmr unH "luesaay Irn mss onme van torn arnvea! k-^ther and sister of that nlaee Wednesday night from Moose Lake, Th - U-n No'""ist famib, hve m, hang been caltei here by take rom$ it the  Emow Von the &mof her baly  ....  '"x will Ra " - _  ,...... . enen read.tee, wee  live ee aria Vow uumxem)aXer ot until their new home, soon tO be Aberdeen spent a few days at the erected tn N[otedeo, is ready ,:for lake this week, and also visited with the former's brother Jesse Lee. G. S. Redmon of Pipestone visited with friends here the latter part of the week. Mr. Redmon is Grand Pat- riarch of the Odd Fellow lodge of this state. oecupaney. Mrs. James Mitchell received word Saturday of the sudden death of her sister, Mrs. Hart, of Rathdrum, Idaho. The Harts will he remembered here a the people after whom Hartford Beach was name& High School Graduation Day is an impor- tant date in our community. The day when general good wishes are extended to those who have completed the education offered them at home. Many personal congratulations are ex- pressed thru appropriate gifts to the grad- Some of the Gifts We Will Show YoO are: Tender Steaks Say "Steak" to most any man and he is all smiles. Especially if it is one bought at our shop. The Pioneer Meat Market . . , .. BOOKS ::,. MANICURE SETS ..... TOILET WATERS :  5 FOUNTAIN PENS :, EASTMAN KODAKS : FANCY PERFUMES :: TENNIS RACQUETS " :[:- .:. ! : WHITMAN'S CANDY  FANCY ST.kTIONERY EVERsHARP PENCILS ' Gunderson Drug Co. "On the Comer" Ortonville .... Minnesota Marriage licenses were issued this i --Win. S. Hart is at s best in I Try our Mount Vesuvius Store- week to Earl Caesar and Ida Reberl"The Whistle" at the Orpheum the-' daes. Ortonville Drug Co."the sto of Odessa, and to Paul Werner and i atre Saturday night, i of different service." Gladys Larson of Roberts County.  ..... ' ..... Little Joe Beard was struck by a car while crossing the street Tues- day evening. Altho considerably bruised and badly shaken up, he re- ceived no serious injuries. H. L. McDowell, Ford Dealer, at Graceville, reports the following sales recently made to parties living in and' about Clinton: Simon Fetterly, James Athey, and Jim Fitzharris. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bentley are visiting at the home of their daugh- ter in Fargo, where they expect to remain for a short time. From there they expect to go to Minneapolis to make their home for the summer. orge Elms arrived the latter part of the week from Quantico, Virginia, for a few weeks' visit with home folks. George recently received his discharge from the U. S. Marines at Quantico, and expects to reinlist short- ly. The Luther League held a pienic i  , at McGee's Park Wednesday evening, i- There were about fifty in abtendance and all report an excellent time. The i League presented H. N. Tragethon and Mrs. C. A. Zwiener with gifts as appreciation of their work for the cloir. @ @ WEDDINGS }. Hanson Mathison. A pretty wedding took place at he home of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Mathi- I son, Sunday, May 14, when their daughter, Adeline Ruella, became the i bride of Olaf E. Hanson, of Chokio, I Minn. The ceremony was performed 1 by Rev. A. A: Ohrn of Minneapolis, I assizted by Rev. O. Breding, also of Minneapolis, in the presence of about sixty relatives and friends. The bride was attired in a white beaded georgette gown, and carried a bouquet of lilies and daffodils. She was attended by Miss Edna Iverson, of Lewisburg, Minnesota, who wore a honey dew organdie dress and carried sweet peas. Hiller Hanson, brother of the groom, acted as best man. The couple will be at home shortly to their many friends in CIokio. NOTICE OF CONTEST. A contest of arithmatic, spelling and reading will' he held on June 2, in the Assembly Rom of the Orton- vill$ High School, at 10:00 a. u The spelling eonst will be both oral and written, and will be used for the state contest in the fall. An admis- sion of 10c will be charged for pec- tators, the money being used to de- fray the expenses of the contestants who will go to the state contest. ---turday Sptal Pepsodent tooth paste 37e at Tyler's variety stere. WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR Harding's Melody "5" Supreme GRAND OPENING EAHTONKA PAVILION Decoration Day, May 30th. Under new Management of C. D. Harding, from Minneapolis. Tickets $1.10 per couple, including war tax We Want Dad and Mother to be Our Guests LADIES' FREE LIKE HOME MADE Our Bread and Pastry tastes just like home made--ask any of our many custo- mers. And think of how much work it saves every week in addition to costing less than you can bake it for. A DELICIOUS TREAT It is difficult to imagine a more tempt- ing treat for the home folks than a dish of our famous pure Ice Cream. Why not stop today on your way home and get some to take along. Fountain Open from Early to Late The Korner Kafe POTTER & GOWAN, Props. Victrola Vl s35 Increase the Size of Your Entertainment Dollar AUDEVILLE Shows, Band Concerts, Inf. ormal,Dances and Music galore are on the monthly entertainment program of the Victrola-owning home. And the cost is trifling. Victrola VI. (pictured above) and an assortment of Six double Victor Records, sold here on payments of $4.10 down and $4.00 per month, is adding size to the entertainment dollars of many families. It's a genuine Victor Victrola; is inexpensive, but not cheap; small enough to find room in any home--large enough to reproduce fine music, and is a prized possession in many of Ameri- ca's happiest homes. Victrola VI and. 6 Double Records, $40.10 $4.10 Down and $4.00 Monthly ', $4.10 Down will Piece One in Your HOME. Can be ezchanged for larger model Within six months at purchase price. LEAVE IT TO-- PALM THE JEWELER