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PAGE 4 THE ORTONVILLE&apos; INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, JUNE 8, i  i i i i ii , i i li i i ii i i il I CLINTON NEWS O Miss Hanratty left on Saturday for her home at Graceville. Miss Anderson left on Monday for her home in Moorehead. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jones on June 1, a daughter. Miss Breiholz returned to her home at Pipestone on Monday. George Chesley of OrtonSlle called on Clinton friends Tuesday. Louis Harrison has added a new garage to his home property. Miss Lola Shoquist is spendinf this week at the Ed. Uttey home. Mrs. Win. Swank returned hem( from Bellingham the first of the week. Miss Evelyn Wiedlund is home from Minneapolis for a two week's vacation. Clinton Ball team will go to Milo bank Sunday to play against the Mil- bank team. Mrs. Louis Munson returned on Tuesday from a two weeks visit in Minneapolis. Mr. Clifford of Barry, spent last week at the home oL his sister, Mrs. Courtney Krook. Muriel Johnson is spending the week with her sister, Mrs. Julius Popp, at Fairmont. Martin Martinson left on Wednes- day night as a delegate to the Odd Fellows Grand lodge. Mr O. T. Harrison entertained a few friends at a delicious luncheon on Tuesday afternoon. Miss Brnice Hewitt came over on Saturday from Appleton to sperm the summer vacation at home. Herbert Hegner of Peever, S. Do, is spending this week at the home of his sister, Mrs. Wiley Ross. Mr. and Mrs. Thee Condit and Clar- ence drove to Granite Falls last Sat- arday to meet Mrs. B. W. Condit. Miss Toner of Barry was in Clinton on Monday in the interests of her mpaign for county superintendent. F_, G. Dalseth, the carpenter, is building a fine large front porch on Courtney Krooks residence this week. Frank Petrick left on Tuesday night for Nnnepolis where he went as a ddegate "to the L O. O. F. Ineamp- met. Carl Haas and Richard Robertson gre" making an auto trip thru the nor- thorn part of the state, looking for Mr. and Mrs. Cha. Rehse and tyro children of Milford, Iowa, spent Sat- mday of last week at the home of M. J. Ryan. The Live Stock Shipping Associa- tion held its annual meeting June 3rd, a report of which will be found on this page. Mrs. Oto Bergan and sons have been visiting the past week at the 1mine of her parents at Laneaboro, Minnesota. The Royal neighbors gave a parcel shower Tursday night of this week at their hall in honor of Miss Edith ]gumussen. Pete Depolder is taking his summer vacation at Fetterly's on the lake where he will also assist during the busy seusorL Mrs. C. W. Wheeler is spending the week at Bonanza Springs as sponsor or the Senior Camp Fire Girls, who Ire in camp there. Muff Shoquist, Ruth Nelson and Elsie Knutson will attend Normal School at Moorhead this summer be- ginning next week. Kennedy of Fairfax, Minn. wo visited at the home of her son Claude, for a week, returned to he1 home last Saturday. Miss Maida Wheeler left on Thurs- day for the cities where she will at- tUmt the commencement exercises at Hmdine University. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Popp of Fall mo, drove down Sunday morning, and spent the day at the lake with the G. M. Johnson family. Mrs. B. W Condit and three children of Sioux Falls, arrived on Saturday for a visit at the homes of T heo. Condit and Berg Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Olai Steen and Marie ]eft on Wednesday morning by auto on a tour to LaCrosse, Wisconsin to attend the Luther League Convention. Victor Boales and family left on FrMay for Des Moines, Ia., to make their future home, where Mr. Boales will engage in the insurance busi- The S. & S. Garage soht two more new Overland cars this week, one was purchased by Fred Woodard of Prior and the other by a party at Herman, Jens Samuelson and Rev. K. Knut- son left on Wednesday morning fob Fargo, N. D.,' to attend the annual onventinu of the Lutheran Free chureb. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson and son Clyde of Dawson drove up Friday to attend graduation exercises here. They were guests of G. M. Johnson and family. Two large electric fans have been installed in the Clinton opera house which will add much to the comfort of patrons during the summer months. Floyd lwell and family of Hollo- way, Minn., were guests of Frank letriek and family on Sunday, and two families spent the day at ilm lake. Hannah Jacobsou left the first of week for LaCrosse, Wisconsin, where she gees as a delegate to the zmnmal convention of the Norwegian lflmr Leagae. John Black entertained a few awsg married ladies on Monday af- gernoma in honor of her daughter, who left on Monday night for Roy Gibberson of the agricultural school at Morris was in Clinton this week in regard to his work as super* intendent of the boys' and girls' calf and pig club. W. L. Ross drove to Peever, S. D., on Sunday; On his return he was ac- companied by Mrs. Ross, wh) has been visiting relatives there for the past four weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Johnson will leave on Friday by auto for Minne- apolis where they will enjoy a few weeks' vacation at the home of Mrs. Johnson's parents. r. and Mrs. Arthur Storem are moving this week to Mrs. Beaty's home where they will keep house dur- ing the absence of Mrs. Beaty, thra the summer months. Mrs. Harold Krook entertained a number of young ladies at her home on Saturday afternoon at a parcel shower in honor of Miss Josie Nelson a bride of the near future. Michael Seidl and Tony left on Wednesday by auto for Redwood Falls on business. They were aceom- ,panied by Miss Terwilliger and her brother, wlo will visit at Redwood Falls. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Johnson drove to Dawson on Thursday night to at- tend the commencement exercises of the high school class there, of which a newphew of Mr. Johnson's was a mmber. Dr. Bergen drove to Willmar the first of the week. From there he ex- pects to go to Minneapolis where he will be joined by Mrs. Bergan and the boys. They will be home the first of next week. Mr. and Mrs. John We.lander and daughter, Fern, will leave the last of the week for St. Cloud to attend a camp meeting of the Seven Day Ad- ventis. They expect to be gone about a week. Mrs. Fern Hawkins who has been visiting for several months with her parents here left on Monday to join her husband at their new home in Butte, Montana, where Mr. Hawkins is employed in a drug store. On Friday afternoon, Mrs. Peter Rasmussen and Edith gave a shower at their home in honor of Miss Mattle McCartney. A very pleasant after- noon was enjoyed and the bride-to-be received many beautiful gifts. Glen and Norman Torgerson of Hawley, Minm, drove down on Satur- day to visit at the home of their sis- tor, Mrs. Carl OIson. Mrs. Olson and children accompanied them home on Monday for a few weeks visit with her parents. The ladies of Clinton would like to have everyone attend the rummage sale and lunch on Saturday, June 10, and as the proceeds are for the bene- fit of the park, will each one please help in some way to make .the oc- casion a success. The M. E. Ladies Aid met on Wed- nesctay in the church Ilors. A,t this meeting it wes decided to continue the regalar Aid meetings thin the summer months. On Saturday night June 17, the Aid will serve ice cream and cake in Salvesen's store. Mrs. F. M. Beaty will leave on Fri day for St. Cloud where she will take the place of camp mother thru the summer to about 200 Boy Scouts at their camp on Clearwater Lake near Annandale. Mrs. Beaty expects to return home about September 1. Schoen's Road crew are finishing the grading of the State road leading west from Clinton. Leslie Green has been busy this week stripping the gravel pit on Matt Eide's farm and on Monday Haney's graveling crew are expected to arrive and gravel the road. Mrs. A. E. Howe received the de- I COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES i Johnston. An interesting feature of stage platform. There were 22 in grees in the Order of the Eastern[ AT CLINTON DREW MANY the class exerclses was the attire of class. Star at the regular meeting last I  ! the graduates, who were clad in caps Thursday nigh. The imtiaon was I The commencement exercises of the] and gowns--this being the first year RaTaond Loy and Lyle Stotesl fllowed by a pleasant social evening I Clinton High School which were held of this style of graduation dress, and drove to Pipestone Saturday, ret and he committee on refreshmentJ Friday evening at the Opera House t the large class presented an imposing ing on Monday. They were ac served dlicious strawberry short,re attended by an audience so Iarge I pectacle as they marched from the partied home by Clayton Loy, who cake and coffee which were duly i thaome were unable to find even High School to their places on the been visiting there the week prev appreciated. ] standi'fig room in the hall. The exer- t - - On Tuesday the Senior and Junior I cises began with the entrance of the I i Camp Fire Girls, under the care of I graduating class and their superin-j :% ;rMi:sn'SI" :LaMviabel?;:lY] l:d;tby gngLilleheEriPsCenaTt%lr THERMOS Bottles equipped with mping outfit, merrily the Invocation by Rev. Franzen the took their detmture for a week's out- Salutatory was given by Lottie TO FURNISH THE ing at Bonanza Springs, where "close Fletcher followed by the Valedictory to nature," they will experience the by Violet Stehens both of which COOL DRINKS pleasureSmueh of valuef outdoorin camplifelore.and learn weresentation.splendid in composition and pre- Green enameled body and nickle About 10 o'clock Sturday night Irma Johnson and Esther Swenson plated top. fire was discovered in the -kitchen of gave a very pleasing instrumental and the Win. Swank home. Early dis-vocal duet. Professor Davis then Pints ...................... $2.75 covery and prompt response by the introduced the speaker, Rev. Kettle- , Quarts $3.75 firemen prevented the fire from gain.-! well of Morris, Minn., who spoke on , .................. ing control. In some way the firei th e subject--"Rungs in the ladder of Ortonville urgr00-u00 became started in the kitchen cup -I Success." At the conclusion of the board, which was burned. Consider-address Professor Davis and J. H. able damage was done to the kitchen EricSon of the school board with but the flames were prevented from kind words of counsel and advice pre- spreading further. sented the graduates with their di- Paul Tcrwilliger of Boulder, Cole-i plomas. The program closed with a , redo, arrived in Clinton on Friday Cornet selection by Arthur Huselid, and was a guest of his sister and followed by he benediction, by Rev. Clinton friends over Sunday. Wednes-i "' day, he acearrpanied his sister, Miss: Mary Tervilliger, of the Clinton schools, on their return trip home. Before going direct to Colorado they will visit at Redwood Fall% and at Specials Preston, Wisconsin, x4tich is the child- hood home of the TerwilHgers. for the by the Woodmen Tuesday night was a big event. The work was ptrt on in the Opera House which was well! filled. The Goat was there with all Week four feet and then some. The forest- ers were on their mettle and kept things busy. Ortonville was well re- presented and was a big help in the wind contest. Ask Chas. Miller. The Country Boy Corn candidates were a fine bunch and were Red Rose Peas, there with the snap until the flnish State Deputy Bums failed to show 3 Cans for up, and he sure did miss scxwething. 35C Cigars and a fine lunch wound up the "log rolling.A member. ANNUAL REPORT OF CLINTON Maple Karo Syrup stoPPinG SSOCZATION Per Gallon Annual report 6f the Clinton Ship- ping Association  and :pproved 50C at the anrmal meeting held in Minn., on June the 3rd, 1922. Number of cattle shipped, 574; num ber of hogs shipped, 3257} number of Grape Jam sheep shipped, 166. Reg. 35c Per Jar Gross Sales ............................ $91520.07 Yardage and freight ........... 5,624.35 25C Total .................................. $85.595.72 Home expenses ................ ...-['..$ 224.21 Dried Loganberries Managers Cmmision ........ 1,143.85 Sinking Fund ....................... 534.94 Per Package Amount paid patrons .......... 83,692.72 35C Total Sinking Fund ........................ $ 584.94 Less losses, taxes and interest COCOa -- wide mouth pd ...................................... 2.27 quart jars. Balance in sinking fund ...... $ s7 1 lb. Net Wt. New members secured at per share 59. 29C Mr. Albert Gustafson was secured as manager for the ensuing year at I, 8c per hundred weight. Charges for the Sinking Fund were reduced to 3 -_. KOLLITZ cents per hundred weight bn hogs and sheep and 2 cents per hundred ODESSA, MINN. weight on cattle Parties not having received their stock certificates are requested to call , at the Clinton State Bank and receive their certificates, .' ' " ' HENRY PAFFRATH, ," Secy. and Treas. MOW THK Gr AUTOMOBILK VA/A IN T TAKES really great engineering to turn out a really great car at a price as low as You are Never Far from Buick Service You can go traveling in a Buick with a sense of security that doubles your enjoyment. You know that Buick is a powerfud, dopaodablo, sturdy car. It  take you "there and back," whatever kind of x<mds c di/nt dr con- ditions you may encotmt. You know further that no matter where you go, Buick duthorized eervice is always closo at hand in catm yu ahould happen to need it. i { I Buick authorize! tcxvice is natimwtde. You find it in every city, town and ' vmge  tI try. _ L I 11 ? A. M. SEMRAU ODEA, MINN. 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