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PAGE 2 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, JUNE 8, ARTICHOKE ' W. Carlson of Dassel is visiting' at his farm. Richard Robertson is hauling grai-. for Mr. I). Carlson. A motor boat is making go)d spee(i on Lake Hem T now days. Mrs. John R. Johlson died sudden- ly from heaf't failure last Thursda:, night. . Mrs. Hilbert Johnson spent ada:, last week with Mrs. Chas. Mahiso sewing. Sivert Jorgenson, Mrs. Ditlefsoa and her son, Christ motored to Ren- ville, Minn., Sunday. Harohl and Raymond Gabriel of Chokio are visiting at their Grand- parents at Artichoke. Clara Jorgenson who has been at- tending Higil School at Chokio, re- turned home Saturday. A number of the members of tic Artichoke Baptist church went to tix_ conference at Tyler, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. W. Olson of Wilton, 2g. D. visited at the home of Mr. anti Mrs. H. P. Jorgenson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Olson, H. K. Olson and Mrs. A. B. Jorgenson, visit- ed with Teddy Olson's of Appleton last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Olson, Mrs. Frank Olson, Mrs. H. P. Jorgenson and Clara visited at the home of Adoloh Mathison Monday A group of the young folks of Arti- choke had the pleasure of shivareeing Alvin Rodengen Sunday evening, who has taken a plunge into the deep sea ef ,matrimony. Jack Plumley delivered hogs in Beardsley last Wednesday. Ed. Colwell shipped a carload of hogs from Barry last week. Mrs. Win. Clark was visiting at the Win. Bower home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Wagner called at the Benj. Stegner home Sunday evening. Miss Lois Palmer and John Stall- man attended the Final School con- tests held at Ortonville, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lawrence a5d Mr. and Mrs. Elof Hamner called at the Arthur Spencer home Friday. The Win. Bower and George Has- tings families enjoyed a fishing party at Chas. Bergstrom's last Tuesday. M. N. Pratt of Ortonville was in )ur neighborhood in the interests of his candidacy for County Auditor. Mr. John Curran, who lives near Barry, called on several of the far- mers of this vicinity last Saturday. A. F. Eastman and Benj. Stegner purchased about sixty head of fee(l- ing pigs from A. G. Athay last week. E. S. Allen's grading outfit finished their work in the northern part of the town last Friday and on Saturday began work on the road near the Athay fam Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Stegner and Mr. and Mrs, Benj. Stegner and daughter Jane attended a party at the O. P. Seholberg home on Satur- day evening, held in celebration of Mr. Seholberg's birthday. The Stephney Farmers Club held their annual picnic at Bonanza Springs last Friday. There was a short program of outdoor sports and an excursion on the new "Queen'of (he Lake." Evening lunch was served before the party broke up. On Friday the juniors and seniors Jf the Big Stone High School came to Bonanza Springs on a picnic ex- cursion. The Ortonville High School's Junior and Senior classes picniced there on Saturday. Both parties came an the "Queen of the Lake." T CORRELL NEWS $ $ Edwin Johnson was a passenger t o 2kppletn Friday. Mrs. Matt Luchsinger was on the "ck list last week. Chas Vieg of Appleton called on :friends in Correll Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Me Luchsinger roD- Cored to Ortonville Thursday. Leo Anderson of Appleton spent a few days visiting friends here. Frank Chamberlin's of Odessa moved back to town this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Luehsinger and ;[amily visited at Holloway Sunday. Miss Louise Birk is spending a few duys viisting friends at Ortonville. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Lundgren were unday evening callers at Bill KnoWs. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hudson motor- ed to Brownton Saturday where they took Misses Bernice Hudson and Ber- nice Scott, who will remain there for the summer, j i MEET ME AT The West Hotel MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Everybody seems to be there Good Service--Low Rates Cafe In Connection THE MIGHTY AND THE MEEK AT I THE WHITE HOUSE. t t Two extremes in the size of human beings, are Captain George Auger of Texas, age 35, weight 354 pounds, height 8 feet 7 inches; and Harry Doll, age 22, weight 37 pounds, height 33 inches, photographed after they had called on President Harding at the White House recently. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Heggie of Big Stone' City visited relatives here Mon- day. Mr. and Mrs. Fruetel and Mrs. Lena Barr motored to Ortonville Friday evening. Mrs: L. F. Woods and Mrs. C. Wurm autoed to Fargo last week where they heard Galli Curl sing. Otto Gutknecht and family and and Mrs. Fed Haines were Belling- ham visitors Sunday. R. R. George made a business trip to Minneapolis last week where he stayed for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. George and M. Anna Sutherland were Orton-i ville callers Wednesday. i Mrs. Dale and children of Hen- i dricks, Minn., spent a few days the i first of the week with her aurar, Lizzie i Alt. Mr. and Mrs. McMillen and daugh-! ter Margaret from Watertown visit- ed at the C. G. Johnson home Satur-I day. " ! The sister of T. A. Zimmerman, t Mrs. Jacob Mahler of Foreston is vis-i iting relatives in Correll for a few days. t( Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. McMillen, Mrs. LaSalle, and Mrs. ! SeversOn,sunday. picniced at Big Stone Lake We pay Highest Price for Old Iron, Copper, Heavy Brass, Rags, Rubbers, Tires. Pipe Fittings, Brass Goods, Belting and Hose carried in stock. Acetylene Welding. The Ortonville Foundry W. F. MULLICA, Prop. Phone 23 I i Mrs. Ed. Lundgren, Miss Louise Invocation .......................... H. S. Chorus l Birk and Mrs. Otto Gutknecht Were Vocal Solo .................. Vivian Vauhar. Ortonville lshoppers- Friday. 'sddre ....................... Mis Anna Sweno- t Mrs. Fred" Haines returned from .- .............................. Girls' Choru.- l Ortonville Friday where she has been  "Presen"vtion of Diplomas .............. visiting friends and relatives ..................................... A. H. G:'aner Katherine Fruetel aml Miss Foss Song ......................  ............. H. S. Chorus of Otonville attended the commence- Eenedicton ...................... H. S. Chorus ment exercis Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barr went to In Osakis, Minn., the various fra- Appleton Sunday afternoon to see ternal organizations meet in the Le- their son Ervin who is a patient at gion Hall. An interesting thing abou: : this hall is its inverted lighted sys- the hospital. !tern illuminating a row of blue and Mr. and Mrs. Gust Hartkopf, Mrs. gold stars near the ceiling. On each Carl Hartkopf of Odessa and Mrs. gold star is the name of a buddy whc Helen Maynard and daughter, Glenn,: did not come back and on each blue spent Sunday. at the Charley Wise  star is the namd of a Leglcnaire. home near Appleton. i When a member joins, a new star ap- Quite a number of Appleton people] pear(; if a member becomes deqn- attended the commencement exercises] quent, his star is withdrawn. The held Friday night. The following blue star signifies that he wishes to program was given: serve his country in peace as in war.! Piano Solo ........................ Ada Bottge i Song .................................. Boys' Chorus i , ill i Subscribe for the Independent. i As If Just Out Of A Band Box is the way our dry cleaning makes old clothing look. Send us a suit that you would gladly wear if it only looked good enough and we will make it so. You'll have to try our dry clean- ing only once to realize its won- derful aid to good dressing in these days of high priceg. THE PIE HOUSE Is Now Open 24 Hours. a Day Regular Meals from 11:30 to 1:30 and from 5:30 to 7:30. i i i WATCH FOR OUR SPECIALS i i i H H Specials for This Week Ice Cold Buttermilk W atenelon Flapper Sundae ED HIPPLE, Proprietor A Sign of lnterefft SAFETY SAFETY-- Because Gold & Company is operated under proper supervision. SATISFACTION-- We make it an infallible rule wherever pos- sible to carry out the wishes of our custo- mers to their entire satisfaction. SERVICE-- We will do for you what any other bank will do for you--maybe moi'e. ii ,i i The CUR TIS Ho TEL TENTH TREET AT FOURTH AVENUE Minneapolis - Minnesota One whole city block of beautiful Lobbies, Restaurants and Shops. Pipe Organ Music during the Noon luncheon hour. Orchestra Music at night during dinner. A 12 Carte and Table d' Hote Servi in the Main Restaurant. TARIFFS ,7S ma, Private Baths. Single l&00, Double $.0 I24 ][om Private ]Bttlm, Single 1../. Double fW Roam& Pztvta Baths, Slag Double $4.00 Otlm ea sai I HEREVER this Bank can be of service to You, wher- ever we can be of service to the com- munity, it shall be our duty and privilege to extend our utmost ef- fort. fllfllfllflillmflflflfl Savind and Servin00 HE Standard Oil Company (Indiana) stands aquarely on the principle that the man who saves and invests is a better cit/zen as well as a happier and more useful employee than the one who lives "from hand to mouth" and, spends his/ncome as fast as he earns it. To promote the habit of saving, and to insure that eeling of secur/ty in the future, which frees a man's mind from worry, enabling him to give all. his energy to creative activities, the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) a year ago put into effect, foe its employees, a stodt t investment plan. Under this plan an employee may save as nuch as 30 pet',ent of his yearly  To every dollar thus lmved the Company adds 50c. This money is investsd in sto of the Company u fast as suiS- ient uumey accumulmes to buy one shar rin- "stsnoe, if a man o woman saves $550.00 a year the Comply adds thereto one-half of that amount, of $2150.00, which will buy 10 shares at the estab- ded price for 19Z. Vt?hethe m't Im talms mdvmatage of this phm is optional with the employee. The fact, however, that the  of the employee who have been with the Cotnpany oe year, of lOre, have availed themselves of the oppormm is conving ,nd- dence that the plan meets a definite need. Since the Plan went ito opemtion it has been ap- parent that the employee8 take a greate hlterest, not only in the work which engages their attenthm, but what is more important, in the service the Company renders the public. This isnot tmrprising, for a man with money invested has a stronger interest in a business, and a keener appreciation of his value to the community than a man who has never assumed this responsibility. Therefore, this stock investment plan for employees of the Standard Oil'Company (Indiana) is an impor- rant factor in continually improving the service rendered the public by the Company. It is but another evidence of the care and fore- thought exercised by the management in its endeavor to perfect an organization which shall render to the public a maximum of eustained service. Standard Oil Company 910 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago