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PAGE 4 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT JUNE 15," O O I CORRELL NEWS i Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Vaughan called at Artichoke Friday. _P. D. augnan made a business trip to Graceville Wednesday. Raymond Wooas returned home from Northfield Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Luchsinger and chil- dren spent Sunday at HolLoway. Duncan Barr spent a few days last week visiting friends in Appleton. Lynn Woods returned Wednesday from a business trip to Minneapolis. A daughter arrived at the home or Mr. and Mrs. Sverre Jensen Mon- day. Mrs. Ed. Lundgren anti Mrs. Otto Gutknecht were Ortonville callers Fri- day. v red Luchsinger of North Dakota spent Monday with relatives in Cor- tell. i Mrs. R. R. George returned Sunday from St. Paul where she visited her sister. P. W. Fruetel and Mr. Prestrude! were business callers in Ozonvillel Friday. Mr. and Mrs. N. Wegdahl of Grace-] ville spent Sunday with relatives in l Correll. Miss Agnes Johnson is spending a[ few days visiting her sister, Mabel. Johnson. ] Mr. and Mrs. Splittstoeser motored to Boyd Sunday where they visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gutknecht and family spent Sunday with relatives in Bellingham. Lester Roske went to Boyd last week where he intends to work during the summer. Ed. Johnson, Fred Hanes and Ru- dolph Roske were visitors in Apple- ton Saturday. Mrs. P. W. Fruetel and Mrs. Lena Barr shopped in Aopleton between trains Saturday. Mrs. A. Semrau visited at the D. Moore home in. Johnson for a few days last week. Mrs. P. Ctassen Helen Vaughan and Elizabeth Hudson motored to Ap- pleton Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luchsinger and Mrs. Helen Maynard were Appleton callers Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luchsinger, Mrs. Helen Maynard and Mr. G. Hardkoph autoed to Odessa Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hudson and daughter Elizabeth and Helen Vaugh- an visited in OrtonviUe Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Barie and daughters, Ada Bottge and Lucile Donk spent Sunday at Ortonville. Ervin Barr returned home Wednes- day from the Appleton hospital after having an operation for appendicitis. Mrs A. L. Woods, J. H, Woods, Raymond and Helen Woods and A. H. Granger spent Sunday at Ortonville Marjory Luchsinger is spending a week at Pomme de Terre River, near Appleton camping with a number of girl friends. W,arren Johnson celebrated his sixth irthday Friday. A number of little friends gathered at his home and spent an enjoyable afternoon. Mr. and Mrs Win. Wechsler and daughter, Evelyn, motored to Moor- head last week to attend the gradua- tion exercises of Bernice Wechsler, who returned home with them. Two bad accidents happened last week to two of our .pominent citizens. Roll Grandprey was struck on the head by a lever from a cultivato while cultivating corn, and Rudolph Roske sprained his leg while trying to "kick over"a Titan tractor. The Artichoke Band is planning on having their anaual picnic in the near future.. Harry Anderson was a Correll call- er Friday. Ruth Olson, who has been attend- ing school at Dassel, Minn., returned home last week. A lurge crowd.attended the Ladies' d Sale, which was heTd at Arvid }lson's June 13. Alfred Dahl and Miss Minnie Castle, who were married last Satur- day at Minneapolis, returned to Croki) where they expect to make their :home. 1 A larte crowd attended the dance held at Crl's who live at the south end of Artichoke Lake. The Appleton orchestra furnished "the music and a very enjoyable time was had, i ODESSA Miss Ena Thomas returned from Mankato Tuesday. Leonard Koltitz is transacting busi- ness in the cities this week. . Mike Ferch of Minneapolis was call- ins in our village Wednesday. Mrs. Pearl Larson had an opera tion at the Ovtonville Hospital Satur- day. Superintendent and Miss DeGreef of Big Stone were i town Tues- da.y. ILL. Stegner autoed  Beardsley lgaurday to spend Sunday with his ]rother, Ray. C, H. Batson finished his term of school at Elgin, Minn., and returned home on Monday. The Children's Day exercises held at the U. E. church Sunday morning we well attended. Miss Gertrude Zahrbock spent at- m-day at the home of her mother, Emilie Zmhrbock. Clara Olson returned from ]l[ontevido Sunday, having finished I hool work there. Nx. and Mrs. H. H. Reindl and Ads Jallo autoed to Benson Monday to at- tend the meeting of bankers. The ball game Sunday played at .Lonisburg resulted in a score of 2. to 15 in favor of the LouJsburg team. Herbert Sellin went to Hot Springs, 6. Do, Friday to accompany his sister, home She is much improved in ]maFJ1. Mrs. Karl Hartkopf and Miss Ce- celia Schwandt left Monday morning for Moorheacl, where they will attend summer school for six weeks. Mrs. Richazt Menzel, Miss Gertrude Menzel and Master Victor Menzel left Wednesday morning for Washburn, N. D., to visit a the home of William Schwandt. The annual meeting of tIe stock- holders of the Odessa Farmers' Ele- vator Company will be held on Tues- day, June 20, 1922, at 2:00 o'clock p. m., at the Odessa Village Hall, for the purpose of electing officers and transacting other business, it-is an- t nounced by W. J. A. Mews, secretary. . BEARDSLEY ITEMS' ; Catherine Moroney left Tuesday for Philadelphia. Dr. C. F. Traholt autoed to Minne- apolis Tuesday. Mrs. A. L. Stphens is visiting her daughter, Mrs. P. Trainer at Grace- ville. Joe Driscoll left for Park Rapids, Tuesday, where he intends going into business. " t Miss Kitty Ashbaugh left Monday night for her he, me in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Vincent, William and Grace O'Brien returned to their home at Benson Wednesday Ethel Coughlin returned to St. Paul Tuesday to resmne her studies for a trained nurse. Mrs. H. D. Beynon and children re- turned Monday after a week's visit at Browns Valley . Orval Dittes arrived in Beardsley Monday morning for a short visit with his parents. Jas. Reardon and family autoed to Faribault Wednesday. They returned Saturday evening. Lloyd 'and Zrma Zimbrick left for Wisconsin Wednesday to attend the funeral of their cousin. Miss Margaret Murphey returned to her home in St. Paul, Friday after a visit at the H. Bounes home. Mr. and Mrs. John Gowan and daughters, Elizabeth and Ann, were Beardsley visitors Saturday. Miss Catherine McRae of Grace- ville is visiting at "the home f her grandmother, Mrs. Wm. Reardon. Henry Miller returned home from Minneapolis Saturday morning where he had been for medical treatment. H. M. Barton has arrived from Beverly Hills, California, to spend the summer in his cottage at Foster. Grace McNelis, Jeonette Coughlin and Isabelle Daly left Saturday mor- ning for Moorhead where they will attend summer school. John Grenadier and family returned home from St. Cloud Wednesday. They were accompanied ome by Mrs. Grenedier's father. Irene, Gladys and Frank Myers and Antone Teil returned home from Minneapolis Thursday. They were ac- companied home by Miss Lucille My- ers, who has been teaching at Shako- pee2Lhe Allen family autoed to the cities ,Wednesday to attend the gradu- ation of their daughter, Mary, from Miss Woods' Kindergarten School. They were accompanied by Miss i AKRON NEWS o Centuries," by F. H. King; "A,-nerican l Democracy," by B. T. Hayes. @ Boys' and Girls' Books.--"Wireless Hal, Pullis was a caller-in Odessa Telegraphy and Teleplmny," by A. P. on Tuesday. Morgan; "The Story Teller," by Maud A. Pomerenke was busy haultL4nelsay; "A Story Garden for Little grain the* past few days. . ildren," by M. LindsaY; "Nancv and Lewis Wolfmeyer was out looking Nick in the Land-of-Near-By,;" by after his farm last Tuesday. Olive R. Barton; "Nancy and Nick in Miss Pearl Eaton is sending the week with the Lewis Wolfmeyer fam- ily at Ortonville. i A. Henkelman called at the Gust Hein home Tuesday. Mrs. Richard Schmeichel and son, Walter, and sister, Elsie called on Mmie Hein last Sunday. Mrs. Guse and son, Bill were Ap- pleton shoppers on Friday. Ed. Hein came home Saturday from Holloray whdre he has been busily Topsy-Turvey Land," by Olive R. Bar- ton; "Nancy and Nick in Helter-Skel- ter Land," by Olive R. Barton; "Uncle Wiggley on the Farm," by Gaffs; I i "Little Brothers to the Scouts," bvi Hyde; "Stories of .nercan Lift and I Adventure," by Eggleston; "Magic; i i'ictures of Long Ago," Chandler; 1 Another list will follow next week. [ WEDDEGS } engaged in tuning pianos. ' @  i McCartney-Benson. I A simple home wedding of two well [ Northwest Almond I known young people of Clinton oc- 4* Mr. Herb Knowlton is visiti-l cured on Wednesday afternoon, June l friends in this vicinity this week. "'i 14, at the home of Rev. and Mrs. H.I ivlanlon McCartney made a busi- B. Adams, at Minneapolis, when Miss hess trip to Beardsley on Monday. Mattie Eleanor McCartney became the, Ed. Shoquist is grading the road bride of Oliver B. R. Benson. south of Gus Miller' place this week. I Following the wedding ceremony,' Miss Mayme Erickson was a When- amid beautiful bouquets of flowers, a ton visitor the fore part of this week. dainty dinner was served to the Rev. Johnston called at the Mc- young couple and guests by Mrs. Cartney and Dimberg haines last Fri- day aternoon. Mrs. McCartney and daughter Mat- tie, were Graceville visitors on Mon- day of this week. LIBRARY NOTES } By Hester Clark, Librarian. [ All fines must be paid before other 1 books will be issued. . I All enjoy the potted plants which! Mr. Osen generously donates each year. Library hours: 3:30 to 5:30 p. m.; 7:00 to 9:00 p. m.. Closed Sunda,s during summer The gift of H. G. Wells, "The Out- line of History," by H. N. Tragethon, is very much appreciated. Many have called for the book and now. we are able to supply a copy to patrons. The following new books are now ready for you. The new fiction is placed on the 5c per week rental shelf. This charge of 5 cents is made to help in the purchase Of new fiction. This is a common custom in libraries; some charge 10c per week. Adult Books."The Outling of Hi's- tory," by H. G. Wells; "Mexico bn the Verge," by E. J. Dillon; "More that Must Be Told," by Philip Gibbs; "Twenty Lessons in Domestic Science," by M. C. Fisher  "The Wast- ed Generation," by Owen Johnson; "Best Short Stories," by Thos. Mas- son, Comp.; "To the Last Man," by Zane Grey; "Maria Chappdelaine," by Laura Heimon; "Best Short Stories of 1921," by Ed. O'Brien, Comp.; "Hearts Haven," by Clara Louise Burnham; "The Grey Dem," by Ste- wart Edward White; "To Him that Hath," by Ralph Conner; "The Flam- ing Forest," by James Oliver Cur- Wood; "Golf Facts for Young Peo- ple," by Francis Quimet; "Panama and its Bridge of Water," by S. H. Nida; "The Dawn of American His- tory in Europe," by W. L. Nida; Adams, who formerly lived at Clinton. i The bride is a daughter tff Mrs. Jean McCartney of Clinton and far the past few years has taught school in the vicinity of Clinton and Grace- ville. In social circles, Miss Mc-Cart- ney has become very well and favor- ably known. The groom resided in Big Stone County until in the fall of 1915, when he moved with his parents to Brain- erd. Altho he has" not made his per- manent home here the pa few years he has become well known to a large circle within which he has made many friends. Leaving on Thursday for Bralnerd, the bridal couple will visit for a ,short time with Mr. Benson's parents there and spend the remainder of their wed- dins trip camping at lakes in north- ern Minnesota. They will be at home to their friends at Clinton after July lot. WATCH THIS SPACE NEXT WEEK Kell_ogg00 Corn touch-the- hur day or night '8obbi# dog, 'uz$ it makee you ungry, to@. to =ee me  a rert bi bowl ot KeHogg'z lo" brtahlat-t every mornlng! But 1 can't par an}* bay Rabble; honest 1 ean'tl" You can't resist the appeal of KeUogg's Corn Flakesl Pour out a bowl brim full of Kellogg's---big, joyousl brown, crisp and crunchy! Was there ever such axt appetite treat! And, such a flavor! A breakfast or lunch or supper thrill for big folks as well as little ones. Get KELLOGO'S Corn Flakes for sure--because ellogg's are the original Corn Flakes and so deliciously good and so superior in every way that your delight will be boundless. Please understand that Kellogg's ate never tough or leathery or hard to eat-- they'.re always crispy! Kellogg's are sold only in the RED and GREEN package bearing the sig- nature of W. K. Kellogg, originator of Toasted Corn Flakes! NONE ARE GENUINE WITHOUT IT! Have Kellogg's for breakfast tomorrow! CORN Why the McCormlck Mower k Dependable season often means considerable loss to you. It Agnes Erickson, whose home is in St. "References for Literary Workers," lay your cutting so that your hay becomes over- Paul., y ery MaCon: "Farme ot Fo n.e'maY and loses part of its nourislmnU or it may pro, ' ,,, ,,,, , Ioz the haying season until wt weath destroys a part of its teeding value. There's mlght ttle danger of brl,aow when a McCermick mower. It has no unnecessary to wear out and give trouble. It has less any other mower. For yearn and years e ]IcCo Ires been celratecl for its simplicity and durability, it has " satisfaction to thousands of , has for /or you. Com ia and la's talk it ov. We carry in stock a full line of Haying and Harvesting Machinery, Case and International Tractors and Threshers, James Barn Equipment and Fencing. H. KOLLITZ ODESSA, MINN. Ortonville Implement Co. OSTLIND & ANDERSON, Props. Ortonv'flle, Minnesota. 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