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/ PAGE 4 * l ODESSA 1 t ";" Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kanne were passengers to Milan on Friday. Leonard Kollitz returned Friday from his business trip to the cities. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Wagner are vis- iting relatives in the cities this week. Paul May and Fred Ell returned Sunday night from their auto trip to Leonard, N. D. Richard Menzel and son Edwin dined with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schwandt, Sunday. Mrs. H. H. Reindl and Ada Julia at=toed to Hankinson, N. D., Thurs- day to spend a few days. Mrs. Edna Krier and children of Rio, Wis., arrived Friday to spend the summer with her sister, Mrs. Hen- ry Hovde. Mrs. H. B. Stormo returned Satur- day to her home at Garretson, S. D., after a couple weeks' visit in this vicinity with relatives and friends. The U. M. Society will hold their monthly meeting on June 2&tb at the home of Mrs. Arthur ZahrBock. All members and friends are cordially in- vited. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mohr and family and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Paul and family of Morris, Minn., were the guests "of Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Schwandt, Sunday. Our latest excitement occured about twelve o'clock Monday night when a man was discovered on the roof of the Hotel. Oscar Edquist and E. Jur- gens d their best to round him up but he escaped in the darkness. @ @ [ FOSTER O l @ Fank Bower visited at home over Sunday and Monday. Miss Ruth York, Ogilvie, Minn+ is visiting with the James Oison family. E. J. Steguer of Ortonville was vis- iting in this neighborhood last Satur- day. Arthur Salmonson of Spooner, Wis., is visiting at the home of his father, Chas. Salmonsom Benj. Stegner, Jr., purchased a new Ford runabout last week and is busy trying it out this week. Ethel Eastman and Selma Carlson left Monday for Valley City, N. D., ' where they will attend summer school. H. A. Derenthal and A. S. Walsh of Wykoff, Minn., are visiting at the Chas. Bergstrom home and are enjoy- ing the fishing. Mr. and Mrs. James Olso anl family autoed to Ogilvie last week to visit with relatives at that place. They . returned Saturday. O [ CORRELL NEWS @ 4. Kathryn Fruetel visited parents be- tween trains Tuesday. The Ladies Aid met with Mrs. Eth- el Dunk last Thursday. A carload of Fords arrived Tuesday for the Correll Auto Company. Ross Hudson is working at Merle Hudson's during the summer vacation. Mrs. R. R. George and Mr. L. F. Woods autoed to Oxonville Monday. Members of the Ladies' Aid thoroly cleaned and painted the church last wee1 Mr. Fred Roske and mother of Boyd visited at the home of Albert Roske Tuesday. Quite a number of Correll people at- tended the lecture at Appleton Sun- day night. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luchsinger me* torod to Appleton Friday and Tues- day nights. Mr. and Mrs. C. G .Johnson and sou Warren motored to Appleton Sat- urday night. Miss Louise Birk returned Monday from a two weeks visit with friends in Ortonville. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wurm and Mr. und Mrs. Lynn Woods spent Sunday at Bonanza Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Classen, Bernice Vechsler and Vivian Vaughan were Appleton callers Saturday. Kathleen and Gwenneth Hardkopf Iff Odessa spent a few days visiting elatives in Correll last week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hudson and daughter Elizabeth and H e I e n Vaughan were Appleton callers Sat- mday. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Hardkopf and grand daughter, Glenn, returned Sat- mlay from a few days visit with rela- fives in Odessa. SUNNYSIDE ! Dr. Welch is visiting at the Paul- son home. Edythe Bergstrom visited Sunday and Monday in Beardsley. Mrs. M. Fossen "has been visiting with her son, near Sisseton. Hazel Hastings called a S the H. Thompson home last Tuesd'y. s. Satmonson autoed to Orton- ville Friday to meet his son, Arthur, who came home to spend his vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Durenthal and family of Wykoff, Minnesota, arrived by auto to visit the home of the lat- ltes parents, Mr. and Mrs. ale Paul- ine. Henry Duventhal will return to ]kls home after a few days fishing kere. Mrs. Durenthal and children W! =emain heze for the rest of the i CLINTON NEWS [ Mrs. Tyler's father, Mr. Cleveland, of Milbank, S. D., is visiting at the Tyler home. Mrs. John Sorenson and children of b linot, N. D., are visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tyler. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morrill and family drove to Canby on Sunday to visit at the home of Mrs. H. C. Mat- thews. Miss Bessie Williams and Mrs. R. B. Fall held a reception at the home of the former on Monday afternoon for Miss Arvilla Knudson of Becket THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT Mary Allen returned home Satur-* .I.] day after completing a year at'Miss I OBITUARY I Wood's kindergarten school. !*}  'i Bernard Iuhr arrived in Beardsley ,,uneral services of Clement E. Tuesday from Germany to make his t Zec..oldest son of Rev. and Mrs. home with his uncle B Kuhr I George"Zech of Big Stone City, S. D.,  ..... " . ."  . [were held" Sunday afternoon on the francis aoroan returnet name a- . ......... t lawn of the Zech home, with mter- uroav zrom z. ram where ne nas .   . . ..., -- " . ........ " ..  men a reenwoofl cemetery, Jylxl- oeen atrenmng ue tmversly, bank S D " R^ a:n  ^ ilbnkl . , . .  . ,or I  uJ. V.L ,a. Mal T Miller, Adelmde Lumphrey, and Rev. Charles Zech, uncle of the] M. J. Mullen and Leanore, Marion i deceased, of Aberdeen, S. D., of the; and Ward autoed to Lake Benton Sun- I Evangelical Church officiated day. i Clement was stricken with infan- Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Prevey returned! tile paralysis a week before his death. Monday from the cities where Mr. I He was seventeen years of age and Minnesota. Mrs. Frank Morrill, Mrs. Archie Williams, Mrs. E. N. Cenfield and Mrs. Andrew Larson, all of Malta, at- tended the farm women's four-days' short course at Morris, last week. Miss Selma Martinson and Mrs. Wynter Green came up from Minne- apolis for a two weeks' visit at the home of their mother, Mrs. Anna Martinson. Mr. Martinson's little girl also came up with them. Services will be held next Sunday at Eids Lutheran Church, Clinton, at 11:00 o'clock. The matter of starting a Sunday school will be discussed af- ter the services. The Ladies' aid will hold its semi-annual auction at the home of Peter Holme on Saturday, June 24th. All are welcame. Din- ner will be served. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Davis and Miss Homstad returned on Saturday from their camp at Bonanza Park. The parents of the Camp Fire Girls extend than.ks to them for their excellent care ef the girls and their earnest work, which made tl.week's outing so great a success. Supervision of so large a number of young people cannot help but mean hard work and l the capability of the guardians was fully appreciated by all interested. The week's pleasure will long be re- membered by the girls and the picnic supper to which the parents were in- vited the last night received full en- joyment by all. Mr. and Mrs. Davis exlct to leave soon for Storm Lake, Iowa to spend the summer while Miss Homstad has already gone to her home at Wheaten. i BEARDSLEY ITEMS ; Henry Jordan arrived home Tues- day. . Mrs. T. M. Flynn returned home Tuesday. Miss Ruth Zone spent.a_ few days with her sister, Mrs. O. J. Lolthus, Miss Martena Ehrnst left Monday to attend summer school at Valley City. Lumphrey Brothers are putting a new plate glass front in their general store. Ado Ehrnst returned Friday from Campion College, Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin. Mrs. A. H. Steil and children of Steen, Minnesota are visiting at the Brady home. A horse of Jmes Davidson's, south- west of Beardsley, was killed by light- ning Friday. Mrs. Kavanaugh and daughter Bar- bara Kirkey returned home from Min- neapolis Monday. M, G. Mullen returned to Beardsley Friday after a few days visit at his home in" Crary, N. D . SPECIALS This Week Hosiery Special Purchase Men's High Grade Lisle Hose ---colors, cordovan and black; both medium and light @ei'ght regular 50c value--- your choice-- 35c 3 PAIR FOR $1.00 Children's Mercerized Lisle Hose  Color, Cordovan- Slight factory imperfections. Regular price 45c to 55c Now your choice per pair 35c Infants fine Mercerized Lisle Pinks and Blues. Regular 35c value, per paix' 19c Children's Black - ribbed All sizes 6 to 9%. Your choice per pair-- 15c $ PAIRS H. KOLLITZ ODESSA, MINN. Prevey has been undergoing medical I had just finished the sophomore class treatment, of the Big Stone High School. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Johnson and He is survived by his parents, two daughter Janet returned to their home I brothers and one sister. in Oakes, N. D., Monday, after spend- [ ,  4, ing the week at the Flmn homes[  , Mr. Johnson will be remembered as a I American Legion zoes former clerk in the C. J. Flynn & 4." Brothers Store. MacNider Likes Gopher Spirit. Tho MeDonaM an Kinney 'amiHo I Minnesota Legionaires were proud M '---- : %= "'--=7=:" =.,- ...... '[ to have their National Commander esoames ,. _onway, ren u teary,1 w't .......... , x n nem on lviemor]ai l)ay. mac- Clara Toner and John O Neltl and C.I ..... - ............. . , -- . .  ...... { l(ler nas recenuy ueclareo na lne traoy auuoecx o al. rener, . L. n-, . . - o . ... ,_ _,_ ,^ _^. ...... .: .... ] Amerman legon must be rme, clean, tg bV gtbV71t I.ll Oltlll WLltl/I|g L[|--[ . .  t 11 niversarv of their nnnt nnd n], M. i sraign an merican,'" an in me and Mrs Pete Finnean .......... i minds of Minnesota Legionaires, no " g " one could more truly typify this ideal @ --- 4.1 than MacNider himself. 2"o see him, [ RED CROSS NOTES ]i so big and straight and fine," to hear 4. i his deep magnetic voice, to feel his Miss Rogashaska, county nurse, l wonderful personality, is to wish to made twenty-two calls the past week. i be like him--big, fine, straight, clean A health meeting was held at the I Grand theatre at Graceville, Wednes- I day evening, June 14th. over one I hundred were present. The health! film, "Come Clean," was shown first I after which Miss I. C. Johnson gave a talk on "Nutrition." The singing of "health songs" filled out an inter- esting and instructive program. The health picture, "Come Clean" was also shown at the Orpheum at: Ortonville Friday afternoon and eve- ning, June 16. The afternoon show- ing was especially for children under twelve years of age, and was free of charge. The second of the free tonsil clinics for Big Stone County was held Tues- day, June lth, at the Evangelical Hospital at Ortonville. Twelve were examined, and ten had their tonsils removed. These clinics are held every Tuesday during the month of June. Here are a few simple suggestlons for every housewife: 1. If there is a vacant lot adjoining your home see that it is clear of .rubbish and that no high wdbds are allowed to grow on it. , 2. Be sure that  plenty of light'hal air is brought into damp ee-']lars. Fresh air and sunlight are allies of good health. 3. See that all rubbish is removed from you back yard, your cellar, or other store rooms. 4. Scrub the floors and all unvar- nished woodwork, using plenty of soap and water. 5. Co-operate with your neighbors to remove neighborhood nuisances, such as stagnant pools, trash heaps, etc. Call[ of Thanks. We sh to thank the many friends and neighbors for the kindness and sympathy shown us during the death of our husband and father; also for the beautiful floral offerings. --Mrs. Michael Matzol and family. and American. Here's what this won- derful leader had to say to his Goph- er Gang as he left us Memorial Day: "Legionaires of Minnesota, I am happy and proud to have been with you on this Memorial Day and to have seen the American Legio in two of your great cities join hands with their comrades of other wars in honoring the memory of those who are gone and in pledging undying loyalty and devotion for the future. The Ameri- can Legion is the cradle of the future of America and my greatest wish is to see every Legion department show the spirit with which your Legion of Minnesota springs to every task and puts it across. "I want to congratulate you on the way Minnesota took hold of the un- employment situation and the Legion's part in that work. There is no better way of expressing the Legion spirit than by helping the buddy who is down and out, and no better way of helping lm than by giving him a job. And in the good that our Legion has been able to accomplish in Congress for our disabled, the American Legion of Minnesota may rightly claim a large part. The the American Legion is not in politics, it is going to see that the country stays American. In this it will have the help of its Auxil- iary. During the war we know where the women who are now members of our Auxiliary were, but they' never I knew where we were. The auxiliary is aiding us wonderfully. It is the bacldmne of the Legion. "We of National Headquarters have come to look on Minnesota a one of the states which may be counted on to give prompt and complete sulport to all our undertakings. "If every department will only do like Minne- sota, has come to be a National Head- quarters slogan. Right now, I am going to ask Minnesota's five hun- dred Legion posts to surpass their to- tal paid-up membership of last year I I I The Full-Vision Buick Top Combines Beauty and Utility An added proof of Buick superiority is the patented top. Its advanced design eliminates unsightly top bows and gives clear vision from windshield to back curtain. Both the top and the all- weather curtains are individually tailored to the car, insuring perfect fit and smart appearance. The Buick top is but another example Buick's policy of painstaking care in the building of every part of the car. C-1-45 A. M. SEMRAU ODESSA, MINN. THURSDAY, JUNE 22, to us. No race, no creed, no sect, no I class, no rank, no politics; one for all i and all for country and comrades--is i the platform of the Legion for the years to come." i ,,  ! Has Cardigan been to your town  ! Has your post helped lay the founda :* tion stone of the Legion's Memoriali Hospital? Now is the time for pre-! sentation of this historical drama de-i picting the birth of American liberty, i Posts which have shown "Cardigan," i more than 200, are now preparing to I do still better with "Flashes ell Action," known as "the inside story i of the A. E. F.," showing the war l from the front line trenches, taken of-I flcially by the U. S. Signal Corps. The I War Department has just conented{ to the showing of this film, and any i opher Legion post may obtain it by! communicating with Gopher Legion Headquarters. "All roads and all district conven= tions lead to Virginia," declare Qoeen City Gophers, who add "Sit down and recall all the Legion and other con- ventions you ever attended. Think of all the good times you had in the army. Put them all together and you will have a general idea of what Vir- ginia and Northern Minnesota have in store for you at the Gopher Legion State Convention August 21st to 24th. And don't forget that the Gopher post which brings most Gophers most miles to Virginia will take home the big sil- ver trophy cup as proof of this achievement." by July 1st and to see every veteran Read the ads every week. with a just claim against the govern- . .. ., ment has his claim filed and adjusted.  "Fellow Legionaires, the Legion has a big horse to ride. National, depart- . ment and post officers will come and Co/llp][# gO,lF go but the Legion will go on until .- _ [ .. the last of those who sprang to the, 'acdHo/l .preflrauo colors in 1918 has gone to his long i sleep. Therefore, every Gopher Le-! , ' gionaire must strive to keep the Le-' t'L-.  glen clean and straight, to keep! tl-----l "11 | the flame of patriotism burning bright- i ] =-Z....| ly, to pass on to future generetions t lira . --=.. . the fine heritage which our comrades! k-7//I  ffiffiffi=.,] of the Grand Army have handed on! L// . 7"a/ze p/enty of KODAKI FILM Our stock, thegenuiw Kodak Film in the yellow box, is com- plete for every sized , camera, i{ Before you start on your]| vacation, show our experV] some of your negatives,| His helpful criticisms arc! sure to mean better tures from your Kodak. 6unperson Dru00 (o. Ortonville, Minnesota. Watctt this space next Week Don't forget our Saturday Specials Warford 8. Persson 011ei Skratthul foremost Sweaistn (oration and His Popalar (m back from their Western tour where they ed to packed houses and turned away business in the cities will on many's request pear in an entirely new gram at ORPHEU Theatre, Ortonville Monday, July 3 AT 8:15 P. M. Solos, Duets, Quartets, Stories and Comical Songs, Swedish Na- tional Folk Dances, Accordion Music, etc. Tickets at reduced prices for a much better pro- gram than given heretofore by these artists. Adults 60c; dreh 30c War Tax Included. On Sale at Palm's Jewelry Store Exceptionally good music by accordion artists and pianist. This company of nine people, "all stars," is the most popular aggregation of entertainers that "Olle" has ever had along and they have made the greatest success wherever they have appeared. Note :--This is the only opportunity to see and hear this famous company, now on their way East. You will, regret it, if you stay home when "Olle" and Company are in town. Sixteenth season in America. They have a number of phonograph records in the Columbia concern. Among other noted players with them is the great Norwegian Baritone, Mr. Amos Myhre ,of Warren, Minnesota. Buy your tickets early and get a seat. Absolutely a clean play, but roars of laughter. The play is given in the Swedish language. [ :-7- %d