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June 15, 1922

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] THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1922 THE ORTONWILLE INDEPENDENT i i i  i PAGE S O I PERSONAL, SOCIAL i t AND NEWS ITEMS i A group of Madison girls are camp- ing at McGee's this week. Miss Charlotte \\;Volfmeyer is visit- ing her parents at the present time. HarveY- Pfiueer is back from iowa where he has aended scLool ihe past year. Miss Madeline Reyer of Bel!ingham is here for a few days visit -ith friends. Mrs. R. Moo, nee Margaret Gowan, is visiting her parents, Mr. aml Mrs. John Gowan. The M. E. Ladies' Aid wi.l have a food sale at the Kollitz sre on Sat- urday, July 1. Jack Kahler came home on Satin'- day from the East where he has been attending college. The Misses Pearl Lund an,i Mabel Peterson f Madison were Sunday vis-i itors in O'tonville. Miss Irene Olson has taken a book-' keeping position in the office of he Qrtonville FoundrT. ! Ruth I.indi/, who !ms been spend- ing the past week in Minneapolis, returned Monday evening. Gerhardt & Kolb have so!d one of i the latest mc-lels Overland Coupe to i Miss Ada Jat!o of Odessa. i Miss Betty Gerber was a est at! the F. E. Davison home Wednesday I and Thursday of this .week. i Mr. Batty of Sioux Falls and Mr. I Braelyn of Minn6apolis, xisited in Or-i tonville Thursday forenoon, l Clement Zech, son of Reverend and Mrs. George Zech, is seriously ill at i his home in Big Stone City, S.D. 1, Members of the United Evangelical church of Big Stone City thorob r en- joyed an outing at McGee's Park on Thursday, June 15. Harold Norman returned to Orton- ville Saturday from Milwaukee, Wis. He has been attending a dental school there the past year. A miscellaneous shower for Miss Elizabeth Gowan, June bride-elect, was given by Miss Helene Michell Thursday afternoon. Mis_ Etta Mundwiler returned to her home near Ortonville after hav- ing attended the Winona Teacher's college the past 3"ear. here this week visiting at the R. C.I Kaercher home. Mr. Southwell is a i brother of Mrs. Kaercher's. I Mary A. Mogren is attending the! Tri-State Postmaster's convention, ! which is being held at the St. Francis Hotel in St. Paul this week. Work on the Park Cafe building at Chautauqua Park is progressing rap- idly, and the same will be open to the public on Saturday, June 17. Reverend and Mrs. Walseth will leave for Minneapolis today to attend the Norwegian Lutheran conference. Tley will be gone about a week. The Misses Hanna Stark and Eliza- beth Cummens are home from Carle- ton College, Northfiehl, where they have been at school the past year. Mrs. M. M. Johnson and daughter, Gannett, drove 'over from St. Cloud the fore part of the week to visit friends and attend to business mat- Mrs. Theo Farrington expects to} leave ve- soon for Nebraska and oth- er Southern points for Fa visit with relatives and friends. Her visit will be one of several months duration. i Miss Florence Michelt arrived home l Tuesday from Denver, Coto:ado, to spend summer at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Michell. She has been attending university there the past year. Ruth Holman lef& on Sunday for Roundup, MonL, to spend the summer l with her parents on their ranch. She l completed the work in the Sophomore The Swedish Lutheran Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs. Chas. Peters0n on Thursday, June 22. Everybody is cordially invited to attend.--Mrs. John E. Palmer, secretary,. Mr. Bert Feurnelm and sisters EI- va and Laura accompanied by the Misses Irene and Anna Neilson of! Brookings, S. D., autoed to Ortonville; on Saturday to spend Sunday with the ;F. E. Davison family. --Don't forget the good lunch to be served by the Congregational ladies at Eahtonka pavilion Saturday after- year in the local schools here and i noon and evening. Stowing to begin Mr. and Mrs. William Eaton and i expects to return in the fall. i'at three o'clock. (laughters, Pearl and Evelyn, will oc- I 3Ir. and Mrs. A. J. Monnie o'f Sis:e-I 'i cupy the Van Inwegian cottage dur- I ton S. D., Mr. and Mrs. Chas Her-:  RED CROSS NOTES" ing the summer months, man, and Juhus Kringen and family l,  i W. J. Southwell of Minneapolis is f Veblin, S, D., relatives of Mrs.{ (By Rev. Paul J. Bockoven) t Henry Eaton, spent Sunday at the i The first free tonsil clinic was con-i home of Hemw Eaton here. I ducted at the Ortonvitle Evangeiical l ".'W: Bearden on June 1st took ovei Hospital, Tuesday, June 6th, with ex-i Miss Sarah Frankson of St. Paul,! ters.. rrived Monday o spend a week with I Mrs. Martin Sauer o.f Ida Grove iu er sister, Mrs. C. W. Merchant. I visiting at the D. M. Warlord home. Date and Warren Gold were the Mrs. Sauer is the mother of Mrs. War- guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Emman- I ford and expects to stay for some uel at Chautauqua Park last week. time: . I Ge Miss Sackrelter returned from I . nevieve Hohnan of McGregor, Ia., is a .guest at the James Black home Aberdeen, S. D., on Sunday of this i at Big Stone City, S. D., this week. lr. and Mrs. N. A Lindgren and little daughter, of Berthold, N D., are visiting at the L. O. Lindgren home. Garnett Johnson was an Ortonville visitor the first of the week. She is! the guest of friends from Aberdeen. I Mira Anna Lundberg came up from t uuessa on Monday afternoon for a I ahnO.rt visit with Miss Francis Coeh- t Erection of an oil pump on the va- cant lot across from the Odd Fel- lows Hall is being considered by Ben. Hess. Just arrived! 25 New Suits of the latest design, pattern, and colors, sport models included. The Nrew Style Shop. Olive Semrau is a patient at the hospital. She was operated on Thurs- day for appendicitis and is recovering rapidly. Miss Gladys Ljungdahl returned to Ortonville for the summer months. She has been attending school at Winona. Miss Florence Black of Big Stone who has been attending state nonmal school at Aberdeen, returned home Sunday. Miss Olive Quarvey, who is at pres- ent employed in the office of Mr. Sturges, spent Sunday at her home in Louisberg. Lois Davison who has been spend- ing the past week in Milan, the guest of'the RandaU's cme home on Satur- day night. Te Ed. Kollitz, Alex Wahoska, Wagner and Shellenbarger families of Odessa picnicked at McGee's Park last Sunday. Mrs. A. I Kurtz, nee Bessie Yockey, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, will visit her aunt, Mrs. Frank Fey at Pike's the repair shop of the J. Arthur Mat- thews Garage and from that (late or.' the business will be conducted solel by him. He expects to install more new equipment in the near future. A. L. Moore, accompanied P. E. Van Horn and family and Jacob Jacobson and son Jake to Canada on Tuesday where they will look over the Can- adian fields with a view of buying land. Mr. Van Horn is the hohter of land in Canada at this time. Mrs. Fred Kriesel and chihlren left last Saturday for Stillwater for a few weeks visit with Mrs. Kriesel's par- ents. Mr. Kriesel went to Minneapolis Monday night to attend an electrical convention and will join Mrs. Kriesel and children at Stillwater before re- turning. Leonard VonEsehen was one of the graduates of the University of Minne- sota on Wednesday, June 14. Leon-] ard was at home la week for a t short visit before graduation. After] the Cmmencement exercises are over he will leave for the Yellowstone Na- tional Park. "Come Clean," a health film, will be shown at three o'clock Friday af- ternoon, to children under twelve years, free of charge. It will also be shown with the regular show in the l evening at the regular price. This film should be of benefit to children as well as to parents. Remember the date, Friday, June 16th. Mr. and Mrs..Peter Galle and daugh- ter, Margaret, of Madison visited at the Mrs. Block home on Sunday. They are to leave on Tuesday for" Europe, where they will visit the fonmer's brother who lives in France. Miss Margaret will probably stay in Europe to attend school there next fall, while Mr. and Mrs. Galle expect to return to the States in October. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Gold, Mr. and Mrs, E. S. Gold -f Big Stone City, and Mr. and Mrs. Jones of Wilmot, and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Courshon of Sioux Falls, S. D., returned Sunday from Faribault, Minnesota, where they went to attend the graduation exercises of Kenneth Gold at Shattuck. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gold, who also attended the exercises autoed to Vermillion, S. D., where they will attend the gradua- tion exercises of their son, James, who completed a course at the State Uni- versity there. --Order that Mimeograph paper from the Independent. week, She has been enjoying a two weeks vacation from her duties in the i telephone office. A. marriage license was issued on Monday morning to Mr. Theodore VanElson, of Outagamie County, Wis., and Miss Elizabeth Ehlebracht of Big Stone City, S. D. - Miss Lulu Richards leaves for Aberdeen on Sunday to attend the Chief Operators' Convention, to be held in that city on Monday and Tues- day of next week. Chas. Cnrisman, Jr., is making a short stay at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Chrisman. He is taking a short vacation from his duties in Minneapolis. Oscar Vick, special agent for the Fidelity-Pheonix Insurance Company was in town the fore part/of the week, writing tornado insurance for A. B. Kaercher & Com many. Manse] James of Watertown has ac- cepted a posffon as barber for Nick Fink. *Manzel is a brother-in-law of H. E. Harvey, proprietor of the Palace Billiard Exchange 2 Winnifred Eldred and mother, came from Winona the last of the week. Mrs. Ehlred went to Winona to be present at the graduation exercises of which Miss Winnifred was a mem- ber. Ole L Steen left by auto Sunday night for the cities and Northfield where he will attend to business mat- ters and also visit friends and rela- tives. He expects to be gone about a week. Miss Irene Ward, principal of the Big Stone High School, left Sunday for her home in Valparaiso, Indiana. She ws accompanied by Miss Violet Redetake, who will be her guest dur- ing the summer. While enroute they will stop off for a few days at Des Peak for a month. " Moines, Ia., for a visit with friends. Money may not be the whole thing in married life, but it goes a long ways toward helping us over some of the rough spots. And the wise couple just starting on life's journey together will recognize this and prepare for it by starting an account with this strong bank. ti We offer you the assistance of our en- re orgamzation to help in making your financial plans for the uture. Bring the 'ife in to talk it over. . First National Bank Only Ortonville, Minn.  Order Your Supply Now cetlent results. Several children were examined and four had their tonsils removed. One lady presefit said that she considered it a truly wonderful opportunity for the children of the County. Remember that these clin- ics come every Tuesday (luring the month of June. Miss Rogoshaska, county nurse, made calls at Graceville, and Beards- ley last week. Her total number of calls for the week is twenty-six. A call by the county nurse means con- sultation pertaining to the health of some member or members of the fam- ily. The writer spent a few hours with the nurse an her calls last week, and realized as never before the impor- tance of her work. One example-- she was called in on a tuberculosis case, in which her help and advice peflmps saved all of the other mem- bers of the family from infection. I Have For Sale One small Hard Coal Heater One 4-Hole Laundry Stove One Range One Kerosene Heater One Round Dining Table One fall-leaf Table One Fur Robe One Stand Two Spring Cot Kitchen Utensils Dishes Dining Chairs One Rocker Several Rugs (different sizes) At Residence Ortonville, Minn. ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF Mrs.'Chester D. Harding's (formerly Mrs. Vernon's understudy) School of Dancing TUESDAY EVENING, June 20, at 7:30 p. m. AT EAHTONKA DANCING PAVILION Class Lessons--50c per person Private Lessons (by appointment) $1.00 per person I[ ' I i I COME ONE COME :ALL Seventeeth Annual Field Day Celebration i i i ii Bellingham, Minn. Thursday, June 22 Industrial Parade in Forenoon Snappy Band Music by Bellingham Band The Livest Small-town Band in this Part of the State Fast Ball Game ORTONVILLE vs. BELLINGHAM This Will Be a Game Worth Seeing Dispatch-Pioneer Press Flying Circus .Aerial Acrobats Who Defy Death In Mid-AirA most spectacu- lar Aerial Performance Consisting of Stunt Flying, Wing Walking, Rope Ladder .Acrobatics and Parachute Drop. Various Street Sports After Ball Game---Liberal Prizes Merry-Go-Round For Young and Old--Refreshment Stands and Side Attractions Ladies Rest Room In Charge of Lady Matron Free Open Air Moving Pictures At Early DuskThe Smiling Daredevil, LESTER CUNEO, in "BLUE BLAZES." A smashing story of stunts, drama and romance--Six Reels--1922 Picture. Two Reels of Comedy and One Reel off Scenic. Big Dance In the Evening Good Floor--Good Music---Good Time Assured Music By Bellingham Orchestra Bellingham Always Makes Good Subscribe for the Independent. --Read the ads every week. DRUG CIGAR S IJ ,, 0RTONVILLE ,- S00ECIALS $1.25 L. E. Pinkham t 0[ Vegetable Comp ..... 96c lell DR[00a c.a ,,-, $125 Tanlac Tonic ..... 93e  tJJ .v. Servi(e $1"20 Syrup f Pepsin 90c D.- sUM M 25c Carbolic Salve ...... 15c  $1.00 Nux and Iron Tabets "87e IV1 Toilet Goods Sale 25c Epson Salts .......... 15c 35c Tr. Arnica ............ 20c ,:', / 75c Witch Hazel ........ 55c ' ' 40c Witch Hazel ........ g0e All 5e Cigars,i6 for".. .... 25c 42e Glycerine and All 10c Cigars, 3 for 25c Rose Water ............ 20e All 15e Cigars, 2 for 25c $1.00 Asperin .............. 45e 50c Milk of Magnesia 30e $.oo Trtmor Toilet Water 0e 0e menzo Soap ................. 0c Camel and Lucky Strike 30c Analax Tablet ...... 24c 50c Palmolive Shampoo ...... 38 25c Mennen's Talcum .Cigarettes ................ 14c 25c Mosquito LotiorL. 19c soc Wildroot Shampoo ........ 38c :Powder .............................. 16 30c Harmony Cold Cream.. 18 " 25c William's Talcum 20c Castor Oil ...... : .... 14c 5oe Armand's Face Pwder 37e Powder ........................... 16e For the $1.00 Rubbing Alcohol 75e soc Harmony Cold Cream 48 25c Coigate's Talcum 15c Cashmere Boquet Soap 10 Powder ............................... 16 $1.50 Van Ess Hair 10c Fairy Soap ................... 0ee 25e Harmony Talc Powder..15e S If Sh Tonic .................. $1.39 e - avers Spec00l aand CANDY SPECIAL aOc 00ennens Sh0000ing Lotion ........ 2 .......... 2 Cream ...................... 39e 35c Colgates Shaving Cream ...................... 29c ATTENTION William's Shaving Cream ..................... 29e Potato Growers 10c Colgate's Bar ...... 07c PARIS GREEN 40c E00er e a d y Blades ..................... 31e 50c Gillette Blades ...... 38e 43c per lb. / 50e Auto Strop Blades 40e $1.00 Ever Ready 90c Morse's Milk Chocolates, 1 lb ..................  Razor ........................ 76c $1.25 G!endell Chocolates, 1 lb. 90c $5.00 Gillette Razor, $1.00 Liggett's Orange & old, ===================== 73e Auto Strop .......... $4.00