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THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1922 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT "* PAGE @ ,:. ! PERSONAL, SOCLAL 1 AND NEWS ITEMS O W. L. Stegner left this mor.,Ang for St. Paul. Mrs. J. F. Minert has rented ier cottage at the Peninsula. Mr. and Mrs. M. Pratt spent Sun- The Mission Ladies' Aid will meet day at Bonanza Springs. witi Mrs. Gust Swenson on the Erik J. W. Bentley of Minneapolis was Swenson place Thursday, June 29. All here on business this week. are welcome. Clarence Beckman visited friends in'i Miss Elsie Mickelson, who is em- Milbank Wednesday evening, i ployed as telephone operator at Mid- Mr. R. F. Walker drove out a Buick l way in Minneapolis, is here spending Six from Minneapolis last week. i a few days among friends. Orville Harwood of Hatfletd, Minn.,i Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Zemple of San was here visiting friends Saturday. } Diego, Calif., are here visiting their Miss Starff and Miss Glenn spent! daughter, Mrs. Frank Schlosler. They Sunday in Montevideo visiting friends, i are going to Spend the sv.mmer here. Miss Pearl Geier left Sunday for I E. Herzog and family of Tracy, Minneapolis to spend the week with l Minnesota arrived Saturday night by friends, i car to spend Sunday with R. U. Her- Mr. Robert Hunter of Miibank, S.i zog family, returning hone Monday. D., was here on busins Monday af-i W. C. Rudolph and bride arrived ternoon, last night from Hopkins, and will Joe Petrick, Glenn Bertelson and! make their home at Ortonville. Mr. Ed. Hipple spent Sunday at Bonanza] Rudolph is a son of William Rudolph. Splings. Mrs. Chas. Bolsta and Mildred drove to Minneapolis in the Buick Sedan Friday morning. M. Mowery autoed to Minneapolis the latter part of last week, return- ing to this city Monday. Mr. and Mrs. "Billy" O'Neill of Aberdeen, S. D., are occupying their cottage near the Peninsula. Miss Paradea Lindert left this mor- ning for Norwood for an extended visit with her grandparents. J. H. Erickson of Clinton was in this city Tuesday on business. C. D. Harding's Melody "5" Su- preme orchestra played for a dance at Appleton Wednesday evening. Miss Frances Cochran departed for Bellingham today where she will be: the guest of Miss Madeline Reyer. I The social supper held on Flag Dav i b.y the Relief Corgs was well attend "- ed. The decorations were little flags. R. C. Schoen motored to Wheaton t Monday. He was accompanied by his! daughter, Muriel, and Miss Ruth .Lin- dig. Mr. E. B. McCann of Seattle is here! With his sister, Miss Edith MeCann i of Milwaukee, Wis., to spend the sum-i Miss Kate Hayes returned Satur- J'udge Scofieid perforrl)ed a mar- day from McGregor, Hastings and St. riage ceremony this week, uniting W. Paul where she visited relatives and J. Frose.bauer of Olivia, Minnesota friends. ' and Catherine Dubisar of New Eng- Dan Eyre arrived Monday from land, N. D. Hasings where he has been since last Herbe Bolsta leaves Saturday fail. He will remain here for the morning for the twin cities. While smmer.  there he expects to attend the State lller. Lodge of this city drove to Wheaon Mrs. Nellie Seholberg is the owner i Wednesday evening where they at- of an Oakland Four, Sport model, pur- tended the initiation of new members chased from Rice Brothers of Grace- at that city. vil: ...... t Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Burteh, Mr. rs. May ]s.elly of Wahpeton, N. { and Mrs. Dr. H. Carlton, Mr. and Mrs. D., visited with Mrs. Kate Sparr6wi Earl Bleteher of Sioux Falls, S. D., on Tuesday and Wednesday of lasL were 'here to spend the week-end with week. Miss Margaret Craig of Minneapo- H. W. Palm. lis is a guest at the John Miehell Mrs. John Gold and son, Malcolm, home. Miss Craig is a niece of Mrs. returned from Minneapolis Saturday lichell. afternoon. Malcg;m completed his Jack Anderson, piloted by Ha..r," studies at the University of Minne- Peterson made a trip in the former s' sota this year. aeroplane .to Bonanza Springs last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bremex,, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Bremer and son of Aber- deen have opened their cottage at the Peninsula. E. J. Miller, of St. Paul, was in this city Saturday in the interests of (he state highway department, with whom he is emNoyed. Mr. Howard Cliff of Charles City, Iowa, is here spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and MJ's. F. L. Cliff. He expects to return home Fri- day. Richard Steffen of Bellingham was taken home from the Evangelical hos- pital Sunday afternoo.n. Mr. Stiffen was thrown from a horse some time ago. Miss May Conway of Tacoma, Wash., is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Crippen. She is enroute to points in Minnesota for a few week's stay. Mrs. W. E. Fraser and daughter, Ethel, are in Minot, N. D., visiting Mrs. Frazer's parents. They intend to be there the remainder of the month. F. E. Ward, county auditor, and C. A. Olson, real estate dealer, of Sioux Falls, S. D., and their families, are enjoying a few days' outing at the lake. Rev. Walseth and wife returned home Wednesday from Minneapolis, where they attended the Norwegian Lutheran convention. They made he trip by ear. Fifteen members of the Masonic Miss LauraMiebell, who is attend- ing the University of Minnesota, ar- rived horace Satu:-day to spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Michell. Mrs. W. F. Mullica and Mrs. Ken Welch, who were delegates fom here to the Women's Relief Corps conven tion which was held in Minneapolis, returned home Saturday. The W. D. Swain family from Aber- Miss Genevieve Scholberg returned deen have rented the Collins cottage! Monday evening from Ely, Minn., at the Peninsula and have taken pos- i where she has been teaching the past session of same. i year. She intends to remain here the Miss Mary MogTen retumaed from l greater part of the summer. St. Paul where she has been attenct-i Mis Joyce Welch, who has been at- m:sth:Poistmasters ." convention, whlca  tending MacPhail School of Music in na Cl. Minneapolis, returned home Monday night to spend the swnmer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Welch. Miss Lucile Scholberg left Thurs-: day morning for Huron, S. D., where she is to be bridesmaid at a wedding of Miss Leah Warren of that city and The annual sale of the Eids Ladies' Aid hl! be held Saturday, June 24, at the Peter Holme place. An invita- tion is extended to all. Mrs. Etta Coehrn returned home Friday evening afte a several (lays' visit with her mother, Mrs, A. Shah- Executive meeting which is to be held at St. Pal. The Misses Marie and Ramona A1- sacker of Renville are spending a few days here visiting their brother Man- ley. Miss Helen Holmberg accom- panied them. Merlin Clark arrived Sunday night from Vermillion, S. D.,' to spend the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Clark of Big Stone. Merlin is a student at the University of South Dakota. Mrs. J. J. Scrautehi, her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. Richter of St. Paul, returned Thursday morning af- ter spending a week visiting with Mrs. Scrautchi's sister, Mrs. Fred Pflueger. Lewis Lundgren and Howard Kaer- cher motored to New Ulrn, Minnesota, to meet Grace F. Kaercher, who just returned from a three weeks' trip. They visited towns along the Minne- sota river on the way home. Hugh Grice, who has been attend- ing the Urfiversity of South Dakota at Vermilion the past year returned home to spend the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Grice of Big Stone City. Miss Myrtle Ljungdahl was one of the graduates at Hamline University this year. Myr-).e, accompanied by her father and aisle:, Gladys, who a".- tended the graduation exercises, re- turned home Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Johnson of Aberdeen, S. D., have rented a cottage at Chautauqua Park and will remair there during the summer months. Mr Johnsonls a traveling representative of Finch Van Slyke & McConville for this territory. Miss Elinora Carlson arrived from Minneapolis to spend the week-end with her parents, Mr. and MTs. A. V. Carlson. Miss Carlson expects to leave Sunday for Glacier National Park where she will spend a two months vacation. Mrs. G. L. Ortou and mother Mrs. Geo. tL Brown departed Wednesday morning for New York City to visit Mrs. Orton's brother at Long Island. They intend to be gone about two weeks and while there will go to Maine and take in other places in the east. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Harding gave a private party at the Eahtonka Mon- day evening for the married folks, a get-together-get-acquainted party. The "Melody 5 Supreme" orchestra fur- nished the music, and refreshments were served. Everyone present re- ported liaving a very enjoyable t'hme. i 51:'. and Mrs. Chas. Koilitz retur,et by W. B. Maxwell; "Success," by S. Tuesday from Mentor, Minnesota H. A(ie.'ns; "Mrs. Farrell," by W. D. They motored there last Timrsday itowells; "Peter Binney," by A. Mar- taking Miss C. W. Bodine and Heie. shall; "Silver Cross," by 3Iary Johns- Koilitz with them who intend to spend ton; "One Third Off," by I. Cobb; the remainder of the summer there. "American Writers of Today," by H. i Miss Izorah Whitmer, of Morris,' C. Vedder; "Dodo Wanders," hy E. Oklmmma, arrived Wednes.day ;o  F. Benson; "Lo, and Behold Ye," by spend the summer visiting friends amil S. MacManus; "In the Gate: of the relatives. At present she is staying i North," by S. O Gralv. with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. l F. A. Zehringer. Miss Whitmer is a t Want Ads Get Results. former Ortonville girl. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Welch of Be- midji Minn., are visiting Mrs. W. H. Matthews. They expect to remain here for some little time. Mr. Welch had the misfortune of losing his voice about a month ago and has been un- able to speak above a whisper since that time. Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Olsen left Tues- day morning to attend the funeral of Dr. O]sen's father, who died Monday night. Mr. Olsen had an operation about a month ago, when he had one of his legs Jmputated. Blood-poison- ing following the operation was the cause of his death. The Misses Bessie and Gwendolyn Campbell returned home Saturday night. Miss Bessie was visiting in St. Paul and while there attended the graduation exercises at Hamline. Miss Gwendyn has been attending the University of Wisconsin, at Madison, and is home to spend the summer with her. father, Dr. A. S. Campbell. The following Ortonville folks en- joyed the entertainment at Bonanza Springs Sunday: Misses Mary Shu- maker, Reba Potter, Frances Coch- ran, Ann and Elnora Carlson, Messrs. John Michell, Jr., Robert and Arnold Hasslen, Art Kuehn and Fred Bro,m, Jr.; Dr. and Mrs. Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Gowan,, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Briggs, and Mrs. Briggs' sister, who is visiting them. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Buckholtz of Jackson, Minn., are spending a few days at the V. B. Peterson home. Mr. Buekholtz will be remembered as the former manager of the Colum- bian hotel. They are accompanied by Mrs. James Buckholtz and infant son. James passed away about 14 months ago following an operation for ap- pendicitis. This i the first we have learned of his untimely death. T LIBRARY NOTES @ @ By Heater Clark, Librarian. The library wants any copies of 1921 and 1922 "Outlook" and "Inde- pendent." Please phone the librarian if you have any such copies, that you wish to donate to the library. .... New Books :--"The 'Clean Heart," by Hutchinson; "Mendoza and a Lit- tle Lady," by Wm. Caine; "Key Note," by C. L. Burnham; "A Little More," Vitamine Cold Slaw Red cabbage is nice for this but if impossible to secure, use white--- which also contains a plentiful sp- p!y of health-giving vitamines vche raw. Slice one small head of cab- bage fine; add two minced onions; one cup chopped Spanish gree olives (stoned); vinegar, salt and pepper to suit the taste. It's a new slaw, a healthful slaw and a deli- .:-io us slaw. WELL DRESSED MEN00, don't spend much for clothes 0000_OOD business men buy good clothes They get so much wear out of them that they actually pay less for clothes year In" and year out than men who think they cant afford good stuff We 11 save money for you with Hart Schaffner Marx and Michael Sterns Co. clothes GROSENICK'S Everything to wear for men and boys You May Pay More--But i You Will Not Get a Better t, li,lil ! ' Battery-- Than the Globe e00!il N automobile storage battery, like the proverbial chain, L " " ble set(ice is not the result of individual or outstanding features ]]iiiii t of construction, but is the result of the manufacturer having a !I! !----!]"J  -"\\;\\-"', comprehensive knowledge of the storage battery art, and the. ......  combining that knowledge with pure materials, careful worm- Hi I! ' rnanship and the intent to make the highest quality battery 'iii:i0000ll manufacturing processes, from the first operation with the raw doff of Browns Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Bremer departed Monday afternoon for Min- I neapolis where Mr. Bremer will re- l ceive medical treatment. Miss Gladys Moore, daughter of Mr.! and Mrs. R. N. Moore, who has been teaching at International Falls, re- turned home this week. also to attend a reunion pmy gdven materials, to the packing and by Miss Warren. $ The Pleasant Valiey Ladies' Aid Money may not be the whole thing in Society will give an Ice Cream social married life, but it goes a long ways toward at the Ralph Barsema Home Friday evening, June 23. Home made ice helping us over some of the rough spots. cream and cake. A cordial invitation And the wise couple just starting on exended to all. F. B. Lasacker, baker of Water- life's journey together will recognize this town, S. D., was fined $35.00 by and prepare for it by starting an account Judge Scofleld Thursday evening. He with this strong bank. was charged with driving while in- toxicated and breaking a flower pot W offer you the assistance of our en- in front of the Park Garage tire organization to help in making your Mr. and Mrs. William Eaton arrived i t|] financial plans for the future. Bring the Thursday from San Benito, Texas, tol[|l First National Bank spend the summer months at Orton. I! wife in to talk it over. ville with their daughters Pearl and Ortonville, Minn. Evebm. They have leased the Van Inwegian cottage on the lake. Mrs. J. L. Meek of Palo Alto, Calif., arrived Monday night to visit her son- in-law Mr. H. W. Palm, she expects Harding's Melody "5" Supreme or- chestra is booked to play for a dance l to be given at Bonanza Springs this Friday evening, Jne 23. Miss Genevieve Seholberg accom- panied by friends, motored to Water- town, S. D., Tuesday, to "meet Lucile, who returned from Huron. AEx-Governor Herried and family of nerueen, S. D., motored thru town :to Foster Monday, where they will re- main for a few days' outing. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore of Min- neapolis are here visiting at the home l to leave Friday morning for Sioux of Mr. Moore's parents, Mr. and Mrs. i Falls, S. D., for an extended visit R. N. Moore, for a few days. t with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bletcher. . shipping of the finished pro- duct. Globe Auto Batteries by their specifications indicate that the fundamental requisites of battery quality enter into their construction, and the long life and service they give the car owner,is positive proof of the full mearar of this in- hrmt qualitT. , Ford :Size Buick Size Dodge Sie $32.00 $20.00 $25.00 The PARK GARAGE OSTLIND & KARN, Props ORTONVlLLE, MINNESOTA INTEREST RATES REDUCED ON FEDERA'L RM L ANS To 5'/= TO ACTUAL FARMERS ONLY CALL AND TALK IT OVER. , ANY AMOUNT UP TO BIG STONE COUNTY NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION GRACE F. KAERCHER. Secretary-Treasurer per cent $10,000.. 1