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PAGE 4 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, JUNE 1, O 1 CLINTON NEWS l A. E. Gongol spent the week-end in the twin cities. C. A. Johnson made a business trip to St. Peter, on Wednesday. Born to Mr. and Mrs..Elmer Bokter, at their home in Clinton, a son. Martin Johnson erected a garage on his property the past week. There are a few cases of chicken- pox among the children of Clinton. Roy Johnson came down from Fair- mont to spend the week-end at home. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mo- berg at the Graceville hospital, a son. Gladys Green closed her school in Prior on Friday and is home for vaca- tion. Ole Steen has this week remodeled the porch on the south side of his resi- dance. Miss Amy Sweezy is visiting in Or- tonville this week and is a guest at the Chas. Sigloh home. Mike Mikkelson and Olaf Glesnere of Belgrade, Minn., transacted busi- es in Clinton on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberg moved into their beautiful new home in Plmnmer's addition on Saturday. Ford sales were made this week by EL L. MeDowell of Gracevflle, to Fred Finberg and Art. Thorson of Clinton. Rev. S. M. Moe and Geo. Steen are attending church conference at May- mini, Minn. They went on Wednes- day." Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Johnson return- 1 on Tuesday after having spent a week at Sulphur Springs, Jordan, Min- mmota. Miss Leona Larson returned on Tuesday from Hanska, Minn., where ghe has been enjoying a two weeks mcaion. Alfred Storvick who teaches paro- chial school in St. Pauli, preached the mday morning sermon in Rev. Mee's congregation. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gustafson and SoL Gustafson and family drove to Montevideo last Saturday to visit over Sunday with friends. Henry Paffrath returned Tuesday morning from Mud Baden, Jordan, Minn., where he has spent the past week at the mud baths. Commencement exercises will take place on Friday night in the Opera house. Rev. J. S. Kettlewell of Mor- ris will give the address. Miss Lillian Johnson, who was one of the graduates of Gustavus-Adolph- us collge this year, returned on Thursday to her home in ClintOn. Alfred Drewein was appointed pa- trolman on the state road here to take the place of his father, who re- signed on account of poor health. Mrs. F. W. Watklns was hostess at a shorter given at her hopm on Wed- zKlay afternoon in honor of Miss Edith Rasmussen, a bride of this nth, Do not forget the rummage sale and lunch on Saturday afternoon and evening, June 10. Everyone is ask-I ed to help with this, as the proceeds t go to impTove the village park.  [ Mrs. F. J. Johnson is spending a] few days with friends in Ortonville while her son Donald is taking osteo- pathic treatments from Dr. Rifen- bark. They are guests at the home of Rev. Haggans. Miss Ida Jacobson was a guest of honor at a shower given Wednesday evening at" the home of Mrs. HarMd Krnok. The hostesses were Mrs. Har- (rid Krook, Mrs. J. L. Erickson and Mrs. E. O. Krook. W. J. Fletcher and Henry Court- right drove to Rochester last Friday to be with Mr. Fletcher's brother, who underwent a very serious operation there. The operation was successful and the party returned on Wednes- day. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson and chil- dren departed on Monday morning by auto for Belgrade where they will spend a few days. On their return Mrs. Olson and children will go to "Hawley to visit at the home of her lmrents. Services will be held at Eidskog Church, elaven miles northeast of Or- tonville, on Sunday, June 4. Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs. A. B. Ander- son on Wednesday, June 7, at 2:00 p. m Catechumen class will meet Jm 14, ut 1:00 p. m. The Royal Neighbors will observe Memorial Sunday, June 4, at 1:30 p. In., when they will form a procession gt their hail and march to the ceme-! tery to decorate graves of their dea(. Citizens of Clinton enjoyed the Suu lay morning mail last Sunday for the first time in three months, The mail will be brought up from Ortonville rgularly on Sundays in the future by Melvin Rasmussen. The St. Paul business men arrived in Clinton on Thursday noon, accord- ing to schedule. While their visit was short it was appreciated and the time was spent in singing and ge;- ring acquainted. J. H. Erickson, in a very neat address, welcomed tie guests and the welcome was amy re- sponded to by the mayor of SL Paul. The prizes offered by the visitors to the two children who sung the best and smiled the sweetest were won by Lorraine Ross and Muelta Martes. Despite the rain of the previous night, Decoration Day was duly ob- in Clinton and the program carried out as planned. Just as the parade was formed in the morning sun came out and added its bright- ms, s. to a splendid program in the park. The people then passed in 9ro- to the cemetery and continued  which included patriotic . and addresses and the annual Memorial Day tribute was paid to the i soldier dead. In the afternoon many t attended the Memorial Day exercises[ in Ortonville. / School picnics have been very popu- lar during the past week. Aeeom-,t panied by teachers and friends, each room has chosen sme particular- ly. pleasant place and hied them away for a day's outing. The first and see- one grades went out to the beautiful grove at Plummer's on Wednesday. The 3rd and 4th gTades to Han- son's on Wednesday, the 5th and 6th to McGee's on Wednesday, the 7th and 8th grades to Hanson's last Fri- day, the Freshmen to McGee's on @ - l Mrs Hilmer Anderson attended the Quite a number attended the band Lake Band gave at the Jens J FOSTER . |l 5adles A,d at Tom Schhmmes last! practice last Wednesday night which tenson farm on the east side of @- : ------------ -= t Friday afternoon.  was held at School District No. 26. ! choke Lake Sunday, May 28, was Dennis Sipes was a business caller-x Miss Anne Benson spent the fore! The picnic which the Artichoke attended. at the Benj. tegner farm Monday. ] paCof the week at the Dimberg and Selma Carlson returned home last I McCa.ey homes. week having finished her term of t Mr. Cdiqspn of Worthington, Minn., i school, t visited at the home of his cousin, Jos. Lthel Eastman was helping with] Dimberg the fore part of the week. housecleaning at the Abel Eastman The Swedish Lutheran choir met at home lastweek. :., i thehmefMissMaymeEricksnen It Will PAY You Thomas Holden returned from Or- Monday evening, a most enjoyable ton-ille last Wednesday to look after time was reported by all present. his farming interests. ] The Stphney Farmers Club will I hold its annual picnic at Bonanza Springs on Friday, June 2. Tuesday, the High School to Hanson's John Kirkey of Beardsley wa* on Thursday  shearing sheep in this neighborhood -" t last Thursday and Friday. . - [ Frank Bower of Wheaton spent gIlA I the week-end at the home of his par- . - = @ ents, Mr. and Mrs. W,m Bower. The class play given at the viliage Several auto loads of friends and hall Monday evening was fairly well l relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Steg- attended. I ner, Jr., called at their home Sunday 1%ev. N. A. Eller preached the Bac- I afternoon. calaureate sermon at the U. B. church] A number of relatives and friends Sunday morning, l of Mr. and Mrs. Wrm Bower called Miss Gertrude Menzel entergained I at their home last Sunday to help Miss Gertrude Lyon, Miss A-da iJallo celebrate Mr. Bower's birthday. and Miss Mac DeGreef at a dainty Eastman Bros. intend to plant one luncheon Friday evening which was hundred and sixty acres of buckwheat enjoyed by all. on the P. W. Jordan farm, one mile south of the Stephney schoolhouse. The school picnic of District 16 held in Abel Eastman's groe last Friday was a decided success. A large number of "grown ups" were present and enjoyed a picnic dinner with the children. The grading outfit of E. S. Allen, of Bhardsle, camoleted two miles of grading last week. They started on the road west of the Stephney school house the first of this week. While hitching up a team one day hint week Berge Nelson had the mis- fortune to have a horse step on his foot in such a way as to resul in quite a serious injury. Several bones were broken and Dr. Bergan, who was called to attend Mr. Nelson, put the Miss Mac DeGreef gave a week-end[ party in the DeGreef cottage at Big[ Stone last week. The following young I ladie were present, Ada Jallo, Get-I trude Lyon, Anna Edquist, Ida Men-[ zel and Gertrude Menzel. Car trouble I added gest to the anticipated pleas- 1 ures of the outing. T co m00LL @ Mrs. I F. Woods and Mrs. C. Wurm motored to Benson Friday. A number of Correll people attend- ed the picnic at Artichoke Sunday. Mrs. F. Hanes spent the week-end with relatives in Ortonville last week. Misses Louise Birk and Edna Ba ker were Ornville callers Wedns- day. Mrs. P. Classen and Mrs. A. Split- tasser motored to Appleton Wdnes- day. Win. Wechsler, P. D. Vaughan, Ed. Birk and C. Bokke fished at Big Stone Lake Saturday. E. G. Vaughan, F. Hanes and C. Baker were business callers in Or* tonville Wednesday. Miss Maud Desso, Mr. Wrm DeWail and sons Clause and Billy motored to Montevideo Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. George motored to Ortonville Wednesday and Apple- ton Thursday last week. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lucer and .Misses Lindquist and Preston autoed to Appleton Satmxlay night. William and Henry Hornemon of Norwood are visiting their brother-in- foot in plaster cast. Miss Clara Hanson of Artichoke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hanson, took the flyer Wednesday af- ternoon for Mount Vernon, Washing- ton, for a short visit with her sister, Mrs. W. R. MeMindes. On June 12 she will return with the McMindes by auto. The McMindes left here last fall. On Thursday, June 8th the Steph- ney Ladies Aid will lld a Bazaar at the Geo. Hastings home. There will be separate booths for handkerchiefs, aprons, flat _pieces, men furnishings, fortune telling, etc. _They will be opened for business at four P. M. and supper and itm cream will be served thruout the evening. Every- one is welcome. - Northwest Almond law, P. W. Fruetet for a few days. Miss Olga Anderson of Ortonville Mrs. Giddings, who spent a few visited several days last week at the days visiting with Mr. and.Mrs. Chas. home of her friend Miss Mattie Mc- Wunm, returned to her home in Cartney. Breckenridge Friday. Orin Sanders, who has been work- Mr. and Mrs. A. A. DeWall, Misses ing on the Hilmer Anderson farm this Desso, Lindquist, Preston, Hamilton, spring is now working for Herman Hudson ln(1 Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Hud-i Kerstein. son, M'.'and Mrs. Bottge, Mrs. A.L. Misses Irene Anderson and Gene- Woods, Mrs. J. H. Woods and Mr. A. vieve Young took the state board e- H.. Granger picniced at McCe's ]amination on Wednday and Thura- Park, OrtonviIle, Sunday. day in District No. 28. . t II II The Special 6-55 Sport-Touring A patrician motor car with every appoint- ment found in the finest automobile. It is finished in dark Buick maroon with wheels to natch--which with the beautiful trim- ruing, binding and finish give this special model its tailored appearance. Nominally four passengers are accommodated in the roomy body but fivo can ride. Additional Equipment compartments; wtlnut e ing wheel; heavily nickelei radiator, step plates, gudrd rafts and all other fittings; Tuarc steel wheels bilt to Buick specifications are op- tional equiptxent at an added cost of $50.00 if installed at the factory; extra tires or tire coverS not included. - -. C-I4 Khaki top and adjustable sun- shade; windshield wiper; mir- roscope; glass covered instru- ments; gasoline gauge on dash; clock; Igar lighter; hndsome nickel-bound luggage trunk nounted on permanent base; Buick design drum.type head and cowl lamps;front snubbers; carpets in both front and rear Mrs. Jos. Dimberg, daughter Marie, Mrs. Jean McCartney and daughter Mattie attended the parcel shower given by Mrs. Frank Watkins in hon- l to see L. H. Stephens, the Clinton Stock A. M. SEMRAU ODESSA, MINN. or of Miss Edith Rasmussen. I ARTICHOKE ). Mr. and Mrs, Arvid Olson visited with Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Jorgenson Sunday. On Friday, June 9, there will be a l Barn Dance at Carl's at the south end of the Lake. Gladys Christenson, who has been attending school in Chicago, returned home last week. The Choir of the Baptist Church of Artichoke were invited to Monte- video last Sunday to Sing. WATCH THIS SPACE NEXT WEEK. Buyer, when you have Livestock to sell. He takes in livestock every day and he will see that you receive every dollar they are worth. Give him a trial and become a satisfied customer. L. H. Stephens Clinton, Minnesota. - , NLY three cars have bodies en- firely built of steel. One costs you $2500, one $900, and the other is o. b. Toledo TOURING ... $550 ROADSTER .. s$o coul ...... SS0 .DAIg...... gS 0 i i H. KOLLITZ ODESSA, MINN. SHERMAN & SPALINGER CLINON, NINNESOTA 'L___ , ........... An Exceptional Combination Quality- Price- Service k . i JSl00u006wi CORD TIRES For seventy-five years the House of Bruns- wick has been known to make only the best. We urge you to use Brunswicks. Keep a ileage record. Note their riding quality. Then deide if you ever knew the equal. Tube Free As a special inducement and for a limited period only we will g/re you ABSOLUTELY FREE one heavy duty Brunswick tube with each Brunswick Tire purchase. Service Free We 511 mount a Brunswick Tire on your car complete with inner tube and charge only for the tire. Come in and get a Bruffswick Price List-- You'll be surprised at the Saving. ORTONVILLE TIRE SHOP GLEN HARRIS--Proprietor Phone 46 0rtonville, Minnesota