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THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1922 THE ORTONWILLE INDEPENDENT .... i II 0 PAGE S L  PERSONAL, SOCIAL AND NEWS ITEMS l @ I-L Geier made a trip to Madison on Monday. Anna Gowan returned home on Wednesday. They wilt make their home there in the future. Miss Margaret Mealy left Monday night for Minneapolis. August Koepke from Milbank was here on business Monday. C. J. Burns of Aberdeen spent the week-end at the Peninsula. Miss Dagmar Cassel left Saturday night for her home in St. Peter. Misses Mayme and Anna Hillstrom Sudayed at the Hillstrom home. vvm. Fraasch of Bellingham was a blindness caller in the city Saturday. .Iat and Mike Luchsinger of Cor- ten spent Monday here on business. Miss Malinda Roehl of Bellinghm, was a caller in Ortonville on Monday. Emma Scholberg will spend a few days visiting at her home in the coun- try. Mrs. John Willstr, of Brandon, Minnesota, is visiting;at tle Stark home. , Miss Madelyne Reyer went to BeN lingham Monday night, to spend the summer. H. A. Morrill of blilbank attended to business matters in Ortonville Tuesday. Glenn Hudson of Milbank spent Sunday at the home of his parents in this city. A marriage license was issued to "Billy" Logan and Mable Mathison last weeL Helen Bertelson spent Sunday in Ortonville, Miss Frances Cochran and Fred Brown, Jr., rnotolt to Milbank Sun- day evening. Lois Davison accompanied Mr. Mal- colm Randall to Milan Friday to visit with friends. Miss Elizabeth Lambrecht has com- menced work for J. E. Palmer for the summer months. Miss Gertrude Brown left last week for a week's visit in Appleton, the guest of friends. Mr. Pilger left last week for an ex- tended business trip to Minneapolis and other points. Mr. August Horman of Bellingham was attending to business matters in Ortonville Monday. Verona Mowery has accepted a po- sition in the Tyler Variety Store for the sunmr months. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the home o;E Mrs. Waae Ross on Monday, June 12. Mr. and Mrs. Art Powell were visitors in Glenwood last Sunday. The trip was made by ear. State Gme Warden O. S. Briggs attended to business matters at St. Paul Monday evening. Mrs. J. A. Anderson and daughter, Nina, returned Tuesday from a visit at Hector, Minnesota. Mrs. A. M. Semrau and daughter, Olive, of Odessa, were shopping in Ortonville on Tuesday. Ray Farrington was at Appleton on Wednesday. He made a trip to Graeeville on Thursday. Mis Leona Block resumed her posi- tion in the Vikre Studio last week, after a lengthy vacation. - Mrs. Joseph Marx and son Orion of Fargo, N. D., are visiting at the J. W. Hausauer home this week. O. E. Fosher of Malta township was a pleasant caller at the Inde- pendent office on Thursday. Miss Clara Everson left for Minne- apolis the first of the weel where she will enter summer school. Miss Anna Carlson, who has been teaching in Seattle, Washington, ar- rived hme Tuesday afternoon. Ruth Holman will leave Sunday for ROUndup, Montana, to spend her sum- mer vacation at her parent's home; Homer $igler, who is comiuctlng a Miss Mary Rourke departed Friday night for Minneapolis. She expects to take a summer school course there. Miss Viola Ulrich left on Tuesday for the Ulrich farm near Milbank, where she will remain for some time. Many people from Odessa picniced on the Lake Sunday. Te he of the day 'e smnng seem delighul. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Hall from BN tonsil. D., s l,nt Sunday at the home , L trs. Halls mother, Mr 01e Bol- sta. Martha Rothwell, county superin- tendent of Schools, attended to busi- ness matters in the cities on Wednes- day. Leo Hennessy, who has attended school here for the past Year, rurn- ed to his home at Danvers Monday momg, i Miss Esther Hillstrom finished her i school work near Odessa, and is spending her vacation at the home of i her parents, I Mr. and Mrs. L P. Hess left for i Plpver, Iowa, Tuesday morning by aKo: The.y will make their home there i :" rs. ral Zahr of Minneapolis, spent days last week with her hus- banff, ,Mr. Zahr, of the J. Arthur Mat- thews Company. Mrs. C. Chamberlain left on Wed- nesday night for Sioux City, Ia., to be present at the graduation of her daughter, Harriet. The Woman's A will meet "with Mr W. _ lss next Monday, Jme  It is hoped that many will be in attendance Mrs. W. Fraser and daughter, Ethel, went to, the farmer's home at Minot, N. D., for a two weeks' visit with her parents. Mr. Joseph Drewicke and son, Joe, and daughter, Elizabeth, and Miss Mary Kenney of Graceville spent Sat- urday in Ortonville. Mrs. E. L. Eldred left Tuesday morning for Winona. Her daughter, Winnifred, graduates from the State Teacher's Normal there. Miss Eva Jacobson completed her year's work in the Teacher's college at St. Cloud, and returned to her home here Friday night. Milbank had the following visitors Sunday: Sam Arnquist, Clarence BecLman, Lyle Longnecker, Frank Stutler, and Robert Grice. The Swedish Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. Chas. Peterson, on Thursday, June 15th. Everyone cordially invited to attend. The Misses Ruth Mayer and Viola Ulrich were passengers to MiLbank last Sunday.  They returned the same day, after visiting with friends. Miss Betty Gerber, who recently arrived from St. Paul to spend the summer at the home of her parents, visited with friends here Sunday. At the close of the school term, the Misses Ella Anderson, Hitda Thomp- son, and Josephine Johnson returned to their homes in Otrey township. Mr. and Mrs. Art Sorenson and ba- by and Grace Rude left Saturday bY car for Ada and Gary, Minnesota, where they will visit with relatives. The Lutheran Choir journeyed to Rev. Knutson's church Sunday even- ing and rendgred a song service. A social evening was spent by all pres- ent. Miss Viola Lindquist, after comple- ting the course in Normal Training in the public schools, left for her home in Otrey township, the first of the week. Harvey H. White arrived Monday afternoon fram San Antonio, Texas, where he is a member of the Sigjl.al Corps. He is now enjoying a month's furlough. Frank Erickson of Beardsley was taken suddenly ill in this city on Mon- day and was immediately rushed to the hospital. He was operated on for appendicitis. The spelling contest at the High School Assembly was well attended. The Normal Training girls entertain- ed the youngsters while the contest was in progress. Leonard Von Eschen came home Wednesday afternoon from the Uni- versity of Minnesota. He wffl return there on the 13th of June, when he will be graduated. Martha Witnabel and Christ Roelke were married at the bride's home on Saturday, June 3. They immediately left for Minneapolis, where Mr. Roel- ke has employment. Frank Douglas arrived Wednesday night from Minneapolis to join the Harding's orchestra as a piano play- er. He recently flayed at the Gayety Theatrein that city. "Bill" Engdahl motored to Willmar, Wednesday a returned the same day, brlngh)g/his sister, Irene home. Miss Agus Ekstrom returned with her for a short Visit. Fishing parties are being held in large numbers these hot days. From variuos reports, the fish are being caught in large enough numbers to satisfy the fishermen. District Superintendent, Rev. E. A. Wahlquist of St. Paul, Minn, will hold services in the Swedish M. E. church Sunday, June llth at 10:80 a. m and 7:45 p.m. All are welcome. Tourists are coming into the city of Ortonville in large numbers. From points all over the country, touris read and hear of the beauty and rest- ful waters of Big Stone Lake. Chester Schoen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schoen, arrived home from San Diego, California, for the summer. Until recently Chester had been attena;- -ooI in New Mexico. ##i New Subscribers to The Independent. Honor Flynn Ernest Hauer Hans Storiem W. J. A. Mews Ralph Barsema John Danielson P. E. Vanhorn F. J. Henkelman O. M. Gjengdahl I A.N. Han'son John Skundberg t C.W. Merchant l Mrs. Bob Kollitz accompanied Mr. "H. Sarvis to Granite Falls, on Mon- day, where they were the guests at the Harry South Home. The party made the trip by auto, returning the same day. The Congregational Ladies' will serve chicken sandwiches, coffee, ice cream and cake Saturday afternoon and evening, June 17, at Eahtonka pavilion. A cordial invitation is ex- tended to everyone. Miss M. A. Toner and Miss Abbie Smith of Barry, were in Ortonville on Tuesday. Miss Toner is making a house to house canvass in the interests of her campaign for County Superin- tendent of schools. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Christenson and daughters, Lillian and Christine, crove up from Lamberton on Satur- day to visit the Christiansoh sisters of the Ortonville style shop. They returned Tuesday. J. A. Matthews delivered cars this week to the following: H. Stielow, Coupe; Y. Hihlow, Coupe; F. Coleman, Coupe; A. Patridge, Sedan; L. Nord- quist, Touring; A. C. Drager, Tour- ing; Marvin Ulrich, Touring. The following patients were admit- ted to the hospital this week: Esther Waddams, Herbert Smith, Mrs. Roy Wellendorf, Mrs. Harry Stevens, al] from Ortonville; Win. Younkr and Lawrence Conrad of Wilmot. Miss Ruth Lindig attended the graduation exercises at Wheaton last Friday evening. She accompanied her mother, sister Esther, and broth- er, to Minneapolis on Saturday. The party are making the trip by car unct expect to stay a week. W. IL Buck, of Madison, S. Dak., known to a large number of Orton- ville people and others in this vicinity as the owner of Hartford Beach, was shot and killed at a lake near Madi- son last week, when a traveling man from Sioux City took him for a burg- lar. He died instantly. Mrs. J. Minard of Aberdeen enter- tained a number of guests at a lawn party at the Hotel Orton Saturday af- ternoon of last week. Bridge was played after which tea was served. The following were present: Mr. and Mrs. McLeod and daughter Margaret. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kahler, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kahler, Mrs. Hubbard an( ugh Helen, ,and Mrs, Boyd of Aberdeen. Prenuptial Tea Given for Miss Odney. Mrs. H. C. Odney was hostess to forty guests at a five o'clock tea on Saturday, announcing the approach- ing marriage of her daughter, Miss Ruby Irene, to Mr. Lemuel Amerman Kaercher of Ortonville, Minnesota., on June 21st. A large basket of butterfly roses, sweet peas and balls formed the centerpiece on the table of the bride-to-be, while crystal baskets of sweet peas 8nd snowballs graced the smaller tables, and rose. shaded candles added to the charm of the setting. Attractive place cards marked the place of each guest an gay-colored ivory birds, perched on the goblet, carried the announcement of the date concealed in tiny enve- lopes.Swift County News. No. 949 Still Missing; Who Has It? Speak Up! Who has ticket No. 949 given out by the merchants of Ortonville at the Community Sales Day, held May 187 There is on deposit at the Citizen's National Bank, of Ortonville, $50 to be paid over to the person presenting the ticket bearing the ntmber give-. above. Up to this time no one has pre- sented ticket No. 9119 or tickets num- bered 753 and 909, the latter two re- presenting prizes of $5.00 each. All other prizes have been called for. They include a case of sweet corn each to D. J. Reichert, Big Stone City, R. IL Bohn, Odessa, John .Timm, Granite Falls, Verna Swedlund, Or- tonville, R. F. D., and Cora Atha, Or- tonville. Arthur Anderson was win-i her of the $10.00 cash prize and D. M. O'Donnell and F. W. Doughitt each won $25.00 and $5.00 respectively. I Non-partisan League To Hold Picnic Here June 14 Members o'f the Non-partisan League have arranged for a picnic and political meeting at the city park in i Ortonville on Wednesday, June 14, at which Dr. Henrik Shipstead, Non- partisan candidate for United States Senator, and Magnus Johnson, Non- partisan candidate for Governor, will be ,the principal speakers. The meeting is, scheduled for the afternoon and it is expected that many will be in attendance as it is a'joint meting betweeh League farmers of Big Stone and Lac qui Parle counties. As political metings are now becom- ing a popular form of entertainment it is expected that the meeting will be also largely attended by farmers who while not Non-partisan Leaguers, will be open to hear what they have to say. Civic League Offers $30.00 At Fall. FLower Show As a stimulus to beautify the homt surroundings, vacant lots and in gen- :eral the city of Ortonville, the Civic League offers pzes aggregating $30 in connection with a flower show that is to be held either the latter i part of August or the first of Septem- ber, it was announced today by mem- bers of that body. For the best display of flowers a flrs prize of $3.00; second, $2.00; and third, $1.00, will be offere& Prizes of equal amount will also be given for ! the best kept flower bed; for the most artistic flower bed. For the most. per- feet flower of any variety, a prize of $1.00 will be offered. An additional prize will be given to the person who makes the most noted improvement of a vacant lot. This prize will also be divided into first, second and third representing $3.00, $2.00 and .$1.00. II ............... ' ' ' ill in ---- i DISPOSIYION i , , IIi i i CREIGHTON HALE. It is seldom that a star will ad- mit that he had never had an op- portunity to play a real part. This admission was made by Creighton Hale who is co-starred with Gladys Leslie in Ivan Abramson's photoplay "A Chiht for Sale." "For the first time in my life I was given an opportunity to play a part that I had always longed to por- tray and whether or not I have suc- ceeded I am willing to leave to the judg- ment of the great American 'Movies Fan.' " The interviewer tried very hard to get further expression from Mr. Hale but all her efforts were un- availing. Mr. Hale being by nature very modest and like all true words that count quite so much as ability. It is rumored that in order to pl the young father in "A Child for Sale" Mr. Hale set aside the signing of a contract for D. W. Griffith until the finish of the Abrahamson film. ORPHEUM THEATRE Tuesday and Wednesday, JUNE 13 and 14 PRICES 10c and 30c IIII III II II ,  During the Summer Months VISIT OUR FOUNTAIN And Enjoy Our Cool Drinks and ' Delicious Ice Cream. SPECIALS Fresh Lime Freeze ................................. 15c Fresh Mint Freeze .................................... 15c ecial Lemonade ...................................... 15c al Sundae ... ........................................... 20c Fresh Strawberries and Cream ............. 25c Fudge Nut Sundae. ................................... 25c Specie! for Saturday and Sunday All Sundaes topped with whipped cream and a Cherry. Ortonville Drug Company ' ' ...... PLEASED' [ .... "I WANT EVERYONE TO BE Beginning Saturday, June lOth EAHTONKA Dancing Palvilion I I I II II I II I If . .: r (Under personal Management of Chester D. Harding) ! Wedding ' ! Rings The very latest designs in Wedding Rings are :now being shown in our new stocks. Your choice of either white gold or platinum, plain diamond set, or engraved style. LEAVE.IT TO-- | --. WILL OPERATE E:ERY .... ' Tuesday Thursday Saturday On the following basis: ADMISSION: $I.I0 per couple; or BOWERY STYLE: General Adm. lOc; Dancing, 2 Tickets for 25c and War Tax MUSIC BY "The Melody 5 Supreme" i I I II I I I II Illl No Children under 16 years of age will be permitted to dance without the consent of their parents, LADIES FREE. --CHESTER D. HARDING