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THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1922 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT  PAGE 5 f E 4* ,i I o;-; Hertha Gerber has accepted a oi- Announcements were received here I PERSONAL, SOCIAL &apos; tion in the ottice of Mr. \\;v. C. l%eus,: this week of the marrilge of May j AND NEWS ITEMS ;and in connection with this work wiut Fitzkee to Arthur R. Seigmund of @ : assist mtne lnuependent o/tce, i H. V. Palm visited friends a**ii Xne Misses Grace and Mable Kaer-! Browns Valley on Monday.  cher accompanied the bt. Paul Boos-[ Theo. Cor, dit of Clinton was an Or-ers' to Wanpeton, N. D., last weeK, l tonville caller Decoration Day. re,urning on tie evening tram. i Mr. Oscar Krier was an Ortonville lne Luther League will meet at thel Wood, S. D. iss Fitzkee was a teacher of the Ortonville Public School last year. South Dakota mail carriers heht a merry picmc at McGee's Park on Sm,- (lay, May 25, where they enjoyed the i ; J.J. Dann and family and F. E. Ehepard returned today from a ten- (lay visit with relatNes in the south- ern part of the state. A laIge party from Tracy, Minne- sota enjoyed a trip on the lake here fishing. They were: George D. Tracy, H. M. Algyer, Art Fitch, John Casse,-. man, Jacz Foley from Fargo, George business visitor on Wednesday.  home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred John-i Phil Cab-nenson of Montevideo was on fuesday evening, June 6. A eor- I an Ortonvilie caller Decoration Day. [ Uial invitatmn is extended to all. Hayden French went to Luvere, I Minn., to attend to business .matters.' Amer Everson drove to Webster, S: D " l ak., on Friday, returning home Sat- urday. " i Malcolm Randall drove up from: Milan to attend to business matters today. Reese Roberts of Aberdeen, S. D., spent a few (lays with his family at the Peninsula. Dr. B. R. Karn and son Francis were passengers to linneapolis Sun- day afternoon. Miss Edna Sackreiter left on, Sun- day afternoon for a two weeks visit at Aberdeen, S. D. Gust Hulberg of Milwaukee was a guest of L O. Kirkeberg the early part qf this week. H. L. MeDowell of Graeeville sold a Ford Coupe to Louis Lundgren the fore part of the week. The S. H. Collins family of Aber- deen, S. D., are occupying their cot- tage on the Peninsula. Roy Homer and several others came down from Graceville to attend the dance Tuesday-night, Miss Carrie Sanborn is home from .Libby, Moritana, where she taught school during the past year. Dr. and Mrs. Kaufn of Apple- ton were among those p2esent at the opening dance of Eahtka pavilion. Messrs tL J. and L.  Peters, hard- wae dealers, of St. Paul, were among the week-end guests at Hotel Foster. The Civic Department of the Wom- en's Club met this aternoon at the Library with Mrs. Thos. Kirk as hos- tess. Dr. and Mrs. Cleve Senescall and little son motored to Ortonville Sun- day from Veblen, S. D., for a short visif. The Gunderson Drug Company has had a decided improvement made in having fixtures for window displays put i Mr. and Mrs. John Morgan, Mrs. H. Synhorst and baby, all of Pipestone, are visiting at the Pat Loy home north of town. Dr. E. J. Simon of St. Paul arrived Saturday and remained over until Tuesday afternoon on a fishing trip to Foster. The annual Junior-Senior picnic of the MAdison High School was indulged in by the two classes on Friday and Saturday. Miss Vera Geier le Sunday after- noon for Webster, S. D:,to vit at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Peabody for a few days. A ten pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Howen, living north of this city on the stave road on Monday. E. L. Lindstrom and wife of Whea- ton came down for a day's fishing one day last week They enjoyed their trip immensely. Mr. anti Mrs. L. A. Briggs of Ap- pleton are visiting for a few days at the home of Mrs. Briggs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Brown. Miss Ella Scanlon, teacher for the Past four months in Dist. No. 36, re- tUrned to her home at Preston, Min- nesota. Monday mrning. Word has been received from God- frey Lindholm that he is now living at Modesto Calif., having moved re- cently from Ripon, Calif The Senior class of the Luther Nor- mal School of Madison, Minnesota, cavae over in a bus Sunday and spent the day at McGee's Park. Cena G. Stob, Elsie K. Lindboe and Ida May Chance were Ortonwille vis- itors Decoration. They teach in the public schools at Beltigham. usnuaI good time which can be had Godrid:, Jack Pyer and wife, H. at that place. There were about 25 in Hokendall and the Curtis Cole faro- attendance. " !iy. One of the party landed an 8 3h. Charles Peterson of Brainard Dr. and Mrs. George Cou?ltryman i pound pike, tae largest caught this is a guest o Mrs..%es Nomnan Sire and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brown of I seasorl. was xormeriv Mrs. Peter Bren(te, wno i Aberdeen, S. D., returned to Aber-i -- - le rere f number of years ago. ueen, S D.,,the first of the week after Will Hold Social Afternoon. : ............... l a few days stax at the Coufftryman  Members of the W R C of this lne public lS cormauy lnv]oeu to a - " " - I " ,, . ,, , " " 'qcmc l:rida.- a*rnoon " n- 2 .1 cottage on the Peninsula. ]city wm a social afternoon at v "--v ..... ..2,^_.'-.^:_ '.:"I Mi<s Grace Kaereher left for th ^I tbeir rooms at the courthouse on Flag des Aid on the R L noen lawn I cities, Duluth, and other points in the t)ay, eunesoay, oune 14, it. was sl;a-: " " i State last ni-ht in *' : ........ t ted today,by repre<entatives of that ML and Mr.. L. W. Damelson and her cam-ai .............. body. Refreshments will be served p lt .tOY tl|e omce oI LAerK1 . . ,r. ah ,rs. C. J. Eezel moo, of the Suoremo Court   .... ,oland the proceeds ll go to the ,'ehet item Aoeroeen, S. ., weflnesaay, for _  . ." ....... , ..... I , .a a. ;..,+4;. , o+o..,., ,^ a le days outing on the Pemnsula.  I ov .... on to be ,sent Mr Geo Holm and 1 ^ .^. Steve Radcliffe and daughter[" '  r .... i drove to Pipestone on satCutr'at;?toat - fatuMiyetp;:): :n':otulde frinrd t nhe[ --A full orchestra will play. at the! tend to business matters and give D ........... o , : Orpheum theatre June 5th and 6th in] . ,, ,, ., o wsl at tne nome oi r. ann " , their old home town the once over. M ................ connectmn wth Douglas Fmbank s .... . ars. rarlcK rlOlloran. lrs. rlouoran " -- " "h "'- -- "--'--'-- " Miss Henmetta MlCZelson of Min- is a dau,hter ^* t"- v._:,^ photoplay, I e three iusze,eers. nea oils t .... o v z... .,,m..w,,:. p , re urne to her nome on  Tuesday, after spending the week-end Mr. and Mrs. Steve Johnson and POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT. with her sister, Miss Christine Mickel- SOIl. Dedrick Carlson, Merchant at Das- sal, is here visiting his son, Dan Carl- son for a few days. Mr. Carlson was formerly a resident of Artichoke township.- Mrs. James Haly arrived home the first of the week from DeSmet, S. D., for a few days' visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lambrecht. Miss Mildred Bolsta arrived Satur- day from Forest Glenn :Seminary, Maryland, to spend her vacation at the home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Chas. Bolsta. F. D. Meredith, of Aberdeen, S. D., was in this city Monday attending to business matters. Mr. Meredith is the owner of a splendid farm in Ak- ron township. Mr. Sitlow was here Saturday from Aberdeen, S. D., opening his cottage on the Peninsula in readinessfor Mrs.' Zitlow and daughter who will arrive in a few days. J. J. Honneggar and family and Paul Belt of Aberdeen, S. D., came down Friday. Mr. Bell returned Sun- day, but the Honneggar family will remain here for the season. Hugh 0modt, came out from Min- neapolis for a short visit with his par- ents at Beardsley. He and many oth- ers from Beardsley were in atten- dance at the opening dance Tuesday. J. Athur Matthews sold the follow- ing ears this week: L. K. Peter touring car; A. W. Hais, Coupe; Charlie Propp, Sedan; Carberw Bros., Coupe; and W. C. Thomas, touring car. ..... l'ek.'son will fly at Pine} River, oh/$une 10, at the annual Le- I g/on Day and Fish Fry Arrange-i ments were made by John Martin of, that city, forraerly a resident of Or- tonville. H. O. Mills came out from St. Paul for a week's stay at his cottage on the. Peninsula. His brother, with whom he .has been staying, who has been ill for several months, is gradually re- covering. Lelia Hamler and Mr. G. Johnson of Aberdeen spent the week-end here en- route to Minneapolis. They return- ed on Decoration day and after a short visit with friends motored on to Aberdeen. W. D. Stegner, who has been at- tending the university arrived for a short visit with his parents, B. F. Stegner. He will leave shortly for Montana where he was called by that state to devote time in the grasshop- per nusiance. "John A. Sauers and Frank James of Huron, S. D., and Charles Sauer of Aberdeen are among the new ar- rivals at Foster, where they opened up the former's cottage. Mrs. John Sauers and son, John, who is now in college, will join Mr. Sauer within a few days. Mr. and Mrs. William Eaton who moved to San Benito, Texas, five years ago to make their home will return l to Ortonville within a few days for the summer. Their daughter, Miss Pearl Eaton, who has been teaching at Doran during the past year is here looking for quarters for them to oc- cupy during their stay. Herman Roe, editor of the North- field News, was among the St. Paul Boosters who visited this city last Fri- day. Mr. Roe made the trip in the interests of the Minnesota State Fair of which he is one of the directors. While here Mr. Roe visited his broth- er-in-law, L. O. Kirkeberg. Mrs. Lorens Christiansen, who was called here the first of May on account of the death of her sis- ter, Mrs. Edward E. Adolphson, left for her home at Seneca, S. D., Tues- day evening aSterhaving spent the month visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Prader of Barn T. Chester Olson, accompanied by Ferdinand Grosenick, arrived home on Saturday. "Ches" made the trip to the cities last week with Jack Ander- son in his plane, returning in his car, which had been there for repair. Grosenick had been attending the Min- nesota School of Business in Minne- apolis, having completed his course. Inserted and paid for by the can- didates advertised at ghe regular legal rates for advertising. For County Superintendent of Sdools :I wish to announce that I have filed for the nomination for Superintendent of schools of Big Stone County, and respectfully solicit your support at the Primaries on" June 19. If nominated and elected, I will de- vote all my time to the interest of the schools. ' Respectively, J. IDA BUCK. J. S. HEGGE Candidate for Sheriff of Big Stone County. Mr. Hegge, who was born in Ver- non County, Wisconsin, on May 14, 1873, has been a resident of Big Stone County for 35 years. He is engaged it, the farming industry, which he has followed iR this county for the past 26 years. Mr. Hegge has served for the pas 15 years as one of the directors of the Odessa Agassiz Mutual Fire In- ;urance Company and for the past 22 rears as chairman of the town board of Big Stone Township. He is president of the Lakeside Farmers' Club, which position he has held since its origin several years ago. Your support at the Primaries on June 19th will be greatly appreciated by him. CARD OF THANKS. We wish to thank the many friends and neighbors for the many kind- nesses and expressions of sympathy shown in our sad bereavement; also Jor the beautiful floral offerings. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Van Horn and family. For Bargains in Used Cars and Announcement I I I| I The Korner Kafe Is Open 24 Hours of the Day The KORNER KAFE P000ER & G0WAN Douglas FAIRBANKS I I I I I PRESENTS The THREE MUSKETEERS ORPHEUM-0rtonville MONDAY and TUESDAY JUNE 5th and 6th 8:00 P. M., TWO SHOWS THIS IS THE LATEST PICTURE FAIRBANKS HAS MADE The Sunday Tribune JUNE 4th Will be a Special Outing Edition Featuring Minnesota as The Ideal Summer Resort of America __ l H l The 16-page Rotogravur section will be de- voted principally to picturing Minnesota beauty spots and the news section will feature many places of interest. Your friends who are not familiar with the attractions of our beautiful state will be inter- ested in this special edition and appreciate your sending it to them. Order extra copies todgy thru our local agent. School Dist. No. 36 had a picnic last Sunday afternoon, May 28, at which about  hundred people gathered to hold various sports and games. - t " r Tractors . 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