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PAGE 2 TIIE ORTON'V[LLE INDEPENDE,NT THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1! @ @ I CLINTON NEWS O-- Mrs. J. H. Black returned on Fri- day frou a trip to the cities. Miss Ruth 3o}mon retunled Wed- nesday morning rom her visit to the cities. " Miss Vangie Tennis of Norton, S. D., is a guest at the home of G. M. Johnson. Miss Clara Sweezy came home from Faribault on Monday for a short vacation. Mrs. Oscar Olson and Miss Lily Ot- son spent Tuesday afternoon at the AI Trebil home. Mrs. A. E. Howe made a trip to the cities the first of the week, to consult an eye specialist. Dr. Bergan and family returned on Monday from their visit to the cities and other points. Miss Amy Sweezy left on Sunday for Minneapolis where she expects to visit for a week. Issac Shoquist and son and Mrs. Elof Olson left on Tuesday for Forest Lake to visit relatives. Miss Inez Black returned home Thursday from her visit at Madelia, Morton and other points. Mls. Elias Gjengdahl visited over the week-end at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. T. Lewis. Mrs. Mel Bailey had her tonsils re- moved Wednesday at her home. Dr. Bergan performed the operation. The Clinton Chautauqua will be- gin June 16, and continue for five Barney Folkens returned on Mon- clay from Chicago, where he has been during the sickness and death of a brother. On his return trip he visit- ed at Minneapolis 'and Granite Falls. Quite a number of young ladies from Clinton left on Tuesday morn- ing to enter Normal School at Moor- ilead. Among those who went were Ruth Nelson, Olive Green, Gladys Green, Addle Smith, Laura Jacobson, Myrtle Shoquist and Elsie Knutson. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Nelson of Peli- can Rapids, Minn., visited on Monday at the home of G. M. Johnson. On their return home they were accom- panied as far as Fairmont by Mavis Johnson and Vangie Tennis, who vis- ited at the Julius Popp home and came on the night train. Wyman Hewitt and bride visited over Tuesday night at the H. A. Hew- itt home. They are taking an auto trip frc, m, St. Paul to Virginia, Minn., where they will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hewitt, parents of the young man, accompanied them from Nassau to Clinton for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. Olai Steen returned on Tuesday night from their trip to LaCrosse, Wis. Joseph Steen, who has been attending college at Decorah, Iowa, accompanied them home. Er- nest and Sigfred Steen dll each teach a six weeks term of school be- fore returning home, Ernest at Ossian, and Sigfred at Decorah, Iowa. The Senior and Junior Camp Fire ] FOSTER I Ii BEARDSLEY ITEMS t Harold Miley has been working at,,Mr. Martin Fossen is reported ill. the Harr Tripp farm the past few I "ry Wentland spent Sunday at weeks. ] home.. Mr. and Mrs. John Holden and fam- ily visited wit.h relatives in Ortonlle Sunday. Miss'Josephine Steen of Clinton is visiting with her aunt, Mrs. Benj. Stegner. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Brain and fam- ily called at the John Ma,mmer home, Thursday. Catechism class was held by Rev. Fenscke at the Stephney schoolhouse on several days last week. Several parties who have been fish- ing on Big Stone Lake recently, re- port'the fish are biting fine. Miss Mabel Salmonse'n, who had been visiting at" home the past week, returned to Aberdeen last Sunday. Mrs. Arthur Salmonson and daugh- ters Mabel and Anita of Spooner, Wis., are visiting at the Chas. Sal- monson home. A number of young folks from this vicinity enjoyed a picnic supper at the Barton cottage, near Foster, Sat-i urday evening. I MI. B. Condit and children of l Sioux Falls, S. D., are visiting at the'] home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. i Berge Nelson. Ida Buck spent Monday in this neighborhood. Joe Paulson delivered hogs in Clin- ton last week. Melvin Kvatum is at present, work- ing for John Carlson. Mrs. Tubil is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Kenyon. i Wanton Green and family attended church at Stephney Sunday. . John Sauer returned to his hQ,me in Huron, S. D., last Wednesday. Harry Billsborrow is visiting with his sister, Mrs. William Valancy. The Holden Ladies' Aid was held at the Olof Fossen home last Monday. Malha Wentland is keeping house for her uncle, Gust Biohn, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bergstromi spent Sunday at the Lou Jackson i home. i Sander and Roland Salmonson call-! ed at the Barton cottage Sunday af-i g ternoon. Hilmar and Melvin Fossen were do-i ing some business in Browns Valley l Saturday. i Mr. and Mrs. Martin Arndt and daughter, Anna Mae, visited Wednes- day at the Lupoint home. days. A good program is offered. Girls who have been spending a week at Bonanza Park, broke camp on Little Frances Finberg vas,a gesiTuesda , night and returned to their of the Camp Fire girls a the at:e :omes in Clinton. Mrs. C. W. Wheeler from Saturday until Sunday night. Mrs. Eiken 6f Overly, N. D., ar- rived on Saturday night for a few day's visit at the S. P. Steen home. B.W. Condit came up ou Satur- day to join his family here and visit relatives during his two weeks' vaca- tion. Elmer Erickson is a patient in the Graceville hospital, having undergone an operation for appendicitis last Sat- urday. Edward Gustafson, who is employ- ed in the first National Bank is visit- ing in Minneapolis and Northern Min- nesota Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Englund return- ed home on Sunday from their visit at Cannon Falls, Maple Plains and other points. A large number from Clinton at- tended the Big Stone District Swedish Luther League convention at When- ton, June 10-12. Rev. F. J. Johnson left on Monday night for Minneapolis where he went to attend a pastor's summer school for three weeks. Mrs. O. Stockstead and two sons, Mrs. Jens'Peterson of Minor, N. D., are guests this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rasmussen. The Young People's Luther League of the Norwegian church met at the home of J. S. Dobak Snday even- ing.. There was a very large atten- dance and a fine program. W. L. Ross is feeling quite elated over his success as a fisherman, hav- ing landed a 10 pound pickerel at the fishing grounds near the club shack at Lovgren's on Tuesday night. When in town and you can't locate L. H. Stephens, the stockman, see his son, Harley. He is now working wlth his father and you can always find one or the other at either the yards or in town. John Manar left on Wednesday by auto for Sherwood, N. D., to visit his daughter, Mrs. Lem Knowlton. He was accompanied as far as Onamia, Minn., by Herb Knowlton, who ha been visiting friends here. On Wednesday, June I4, Miss Jo- sephine Nelson of Prior was married to Frederick Janick of Barnesville. S.D. A number of friends from Clin- ton attended the wedding which was held in the Holden church. Rev. Knud- o son officiated. The rummage sale and lunch held last Saturday afternoon and evening was a big success. The ladies realiz- ed the sum of $103.80 clear, which will be used for park improvement. They extend thanks to all who heloe(l toward the occasion. who was with thc*n, also returned while the guardians, Miss Holmstead and Mr. and Mrs. Davis, remained for .a few days longer at the camp. On Wednesday afternoon a very 'pleasant parcel shower was given at the home of Mrs. Albert Gustafson, in honor of Miss Hulda Swenson, a June bride. The hostesses were Mrs. Swan Erickson, Mrs. Andrew Hanson Mrs. Sam Erickson and Mrs. Albert Gustafson. Miss Swenson was the recipient of ,many beautiful gifts. A delicious lunch was served. Piping Rock Shirts with tie to match. All the rage in the east--at The New Style Shop, Ortonville. . ---Special stationery, for ladies and gents. We have cabinets of Hammer- mill Bond, of 250 sheets with envel- opes to match. When in need of sta- tionery be sure )ou see these nifty boxes. - Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Eastman left last Sunday for Watertown, S. D., where they expect to visit for several days with relatives. They traveled by auto. A large number of relatives and friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Stegner last Sunday to celebrate the third annivers'ary of their wedding. Mrs. Oscar Anderson and children of Wildrose, N. D., arrived last Thurs- day and will spend several weeks vis- iting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Berge Nelson. The bazaar given by the Stephney Ladies' Aid at the George Hastings home last Thursday evening was a decided success in every way. Booths for the sale of different articles were arranged on the lawn and supper and ice cream were served. There was a large attendance and the stock of goods was completely sold out. The gathering broke up at about eleven o'clock. The total net receipts were $112.50. -- ]H ii- I ] I I NOW THE GREATF..ST AUTOMOBILI VALUE IN A,MJFAUG,qt )/ Toda"s Orland: 25 miles to the gllo: oll-st| bdy; Oaked r*el finish: IJO-ch spin ba$ A shower in honor of Josie Nelson, a bride-to-be, was given at the Henry Skundberg home Saturday. Mrs. Hugh Gillispie and chil(lren from Minneapolis, arrived here to spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Paulson. Mrs. Gu Biohan and her father, Mr. Krentz, autoed to Amboy, Minn., to attend the wedding of her broth- er, which will take place this week. Mr. and Mrs. William Valancy and daughter, Katherine, arrived at their cottage Saturday to spend the sum- mer. u, MEET ME AT The West Hotel MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Everybody seems to be there Good Service--Low Rates Splendid Cafe In Connection Statement of Livestock Bought By L. H. Steph- ens, from May 15, 1921 to May 15, 1922. Clinton, Minn., June 10, 1922 Number of Sheep 688--Cost .............................. $ 3,322.00 Number of Calves 205---Cost ............................ 2,062.35 Number of Cattle 6$1---Cost .............................. 26,355.94 Number of Hogs 3,994-:-Cost .............................. 62,905.30 Total Number 5,568---Cost ...: .............................. $94,645.1 i FARMERS!--I Want Your Stock Know what,you are getting. No uncertain- ty. I pay HIGHEST CASH PRICES. See me or call, Phone 21. Your business will be appre- dated. Stock can be delivered to me any day in the week. L. H. STEPHENS Clinton, Minn. 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. WATCH FOR OUR SPECIALS Specials for This Week Ice Cold Buttermilk Watermelon Flapper Sundae ED HIPPLE, Proprietor ERE,S a car that makes a friend of you, I ' ,, the first moment you see. it. I "I WANT EVERYONE TO BE PLEASED Eager, willing, on the job, . " : . sparing you tire and gas comfort.rehey' considerate of your Beginning Saturday, June 10th EAHTONKA Dancing Pavilion II I I[ I Ortonville - Minnesota TOURING .. &O RO^STcoE ......, oo (Under personal Management of Chester D. Harding) ...... l:. .... sg ...... SHERMAN & SPALINGER ...... " WILL OPERATE E:ERY ' Tuesday-Thursday Saturday ,, On the following basis: , ie ..... " -- , ....... __ --- Y The CUR TIS Ho TEL The Whole Town Knows Minneapolis - Minnesota ' T/re Norliwe'e N and .Tnm,t Hwtt3, , , , J One whole city block of beautiful Lobbies, Restaurants and Shops. Pipe Organ Music duringthe Noon luncheon houri Orchestra Music at night during dinner. A la Carte aad Table d' HoCe rvice in the Main Restaurant. TARIFFS ADMISSION: $1.10 per couple; or BOWERY STYLE: General Adm. 10c; Dancing, 2 Tickets for 15c Inc. War Tax MUSIC BY "The Melody 5 Supreme" No Children under 16 years of age will be permitted to dance without the consent of their parents. LADIES FREE. --CHESTER D. HARDING That at this lumber yard every contractor and inex- perienced builder receives the same fair business theat- ment. It is common knowledge that we know a lot about lumber, bu we will impose upon no amateur's judgment. We saw straight to the line of business honor. '/ ItOoms, l'lvate Baths, IS 6eier lumber (0 """ tel iP.eem llvate Bath  . Doubls .0 Ortonviile Mime.  e. , - li i Hli /