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JUNE 23, 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE me . L, SOCIAL AND NEWS ITEMS Iirk made a trip to Merchant made a trip t( Saturday. and Mrs. Pete Lanne], living on at the hospital. was bonl to Mr. and Mrs. Kaercher is in the cities with friends. Hausauer made a trip to last Friday. Henry Benting of Corona, S. operated on Tuesday. C Johnson of Malta was ia on busi-ss Wednesday Everson returned home from the first of the week. Everson is visiting her at Belmont, Iowa, this week. s Ruby Odney of Benson wa until Thursday. of Pendleton, Oregon, her brother, Otto Harris. Etta Cochran is visiting t Peever and Veblin, S. D. k is attending to bust- at Montevideo today. of Milbank had an for appendicitis Tuesdav. cottage is being Park by the DeGreefs. A. Enos will celebrate birthday next Sunday. D. J. Leary of Browns a caller here Wednesday. wg who live north of ls a patient at Evangelical hos- C. West left for Gary, S. D., for a visit with friends and roy was up from Monte- for a short outing at Cress and fami of Odessa visitors Wednesday af- Wheeler of Clinton was of Miss Myrtle Ljungdahl George McDowell drove 1 cars from. Minneapolis, 0n returned from Min- Y wi&apos;th a new Overlmd S. Bellland of Milbank, S. D., on Wednesday at the Fli(Igen of Dumont is mother Mrs. Fred Lentz cashier of the bank at to business matters lrs. Gus Anderson spent the Oscar Manning fm- Ladies' Aid w;It EXTRA SPECIAL Eahtonka CUTS DANCE PRICES Begining-- Tuesday, June 21 Straight evening tickets will be sold for $1.00, or Bowery style at 10c a dance. Carl Thiele of Twin Brooks, S. D., catch of seventy fish at McGees Park prominent pioneer resident of that I Saturday. The younger set did the county died at his home the first of lfishing and cleaning while the others the week. C. D. Fifield was a delegate to the Odd Fellows Assembly at Virginia duringthe past week from the local ! Tom Hegge home Thurs- Pragally being their daughter. j ...... [ Will Aldous and family of Henry, rL mmin of Clinton I S D, are guests at the Oscar Holm- Iv: lie Saturday after- [ quist" family this week. Mr. Aldous s.. 1 is a brother of Mrs. Holmquist. !' Iarm near the city / Mr. and Mrs. Warner Hanni of parents of a son which / Sioux Falls, S. D., are visiting at the tY" DeGreef home at the Park. Mrs. Han- ummens is attending: ni is a daughter of the DeGreefs. school at St. Cloud. It Weeks. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Mather and two returned home af- visit with friends and St. Cloud. returned Friday where she has been Past year. returned Tuesday from he visited his broth- and Christ. of Wahmt Grove, for- Stone City, is a guest at home. Hawkinson left Sunday S. D., to spend a few parents. attorney, of Slayton, at the A. B. Kaercher week-end. Lindert accompanied other home to Sacred of the week. returned home last Sioux Falls where he and friends. Lundberg of Odessa is Miss Frances Cochran Cochran's absence. of Morris visited Frank Swedlund and Olson, Saturday. left Saturday for Bra- get Mrs. Stark who there for a week. de of Almond was in and reportei the crops his neighborhood. Chas. Kollitz returned Minneapolis where on a business trip. and son of Aber- arrived Saturday to oc- on the Peninsula. of Minneapolis Aberdeen, S. D., are at for several days stay. Arthur Raymond of rooms in the Tom their son is a pa- Mrs. Win. Schmeltzer of D., spent Sunday with Mrs. Anna Light- cashier of the First of Wheaton, visited the fore part of the Schorman, nur, of has been assisting at returned home Wed- ttOdgeson and sons Got- returned to their hone Iowa, Tuesday, after at the N. J. Wilkins days . Miss Mac home with' them orgamzation. Mrs. Harry Carlson and son of Pier- pont, S. D., are visiting at the home of the frowner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hudson. Mr.-and Mrs. Fred Kittenbeil of Milbank visited at the Ed Sackreiter i home Monday. They have a son in the hospital here. Mr. and Mrs. Griffendorf of Minne- apolis are visiting at the Sam Barr home. Mrs. Griffemlorf and Mrs. Barr are sisters. The Norwegian Lutheran Ladies' Aid will hold a Food Sale on Satur- (lay, July 2. Further details will be announced later. Hayden Flinch issued a marriage license the latter part of last week to J. Herman Reinke and Miss Esther Johnson of Akron valley. C. H. Skog of Minneapolis, former Manager of the James A. Smith Imm- ber yard in this city, is here today to attend the Nordfjordlaget. Mrs. R. E. Pengally and little daughter of Loyal, Wis., are visiting at the H. E. Zimmerman home, Mrs. The Swedish Lutheran Ladies' Aid will meet next Thursday afternoon, June 30,. at the John Holmquist home Everyone is cordially invited to come. Mrs. Harding and daughter Marion of Minneapolis, and Miss Constance Harding of Seattle, Washington, were guess at the W. H. Matthews home this week. Mr. an(| Mrs. W. E. Bowles of Gro- ton, S. D., are cottagers at Chautau- qua Park. They have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Eyestone and daughter Ruth of Groton. Mr. and Mrs. O. I. Chamberlain left yesterday for Denver, Colo, and in a new Ford Coupe, to visit Mrs. Cham- berlain's brother, Roland, and expect to be gone a month. Miss Hilda Jaeobson left Monday for Minneapolis where she will visit her sister Ida for a few days, after which she will visit relatives and friends at St. James. Reuben Skog, son of C. H. Skog, formerly of this city, and William Johnson of Minneapolis, students at the "U," are working here during their summer vavation. Martin Johnson aml Edwin Carlson] attended the Sunday school conven- ti,m which wau held at Langford, S. D., the first of the week, going as delegates from here. t Ole I. Steen and John Aasebo of Clinton were in Ortonville Saturday making s(rue preliminary arrange- ments for the Nordfjordlaget being hehl here this week. The Pleasant Valley folks report a William Skahill and family and Mr. and Mrs. James Navion of Danbury, Iowa, are visiting at the James Mc- Niff home this week. Mrs. Skahill is a sister of Mrs. McNiff and Mrs. Na- vion is his aunt. L. H. Frizzell, Hary KrafL Rim) Meyers and Fred Maynard were in Ortonville Wednesday making ar- rangements for the big Fourth of July celebration at the Maynard farnl northwest of Correll. V. D. Munger of the state of Ohio, driving thru Ortonville on his return from Califm-nia, called on the Orton- ville Monument Works and purchased] a good sized family monument on t Monday of this week. I J. A. Anderym and family autoed to Minneapolis this week. Carl An- derson will remain there the balance of the summer where he will take up school work at the Minneapolis School of Music and Dramatic Art. The Sandgidge Farmers Club will celebrate the Fnurth of July at the F. H. Maynard grove near Correll. There will be sports of all kinds be- sides speaking and a picnic lmlch. Everybody is invited to come. Miss Clar, Everson lft Sunday for i St. Peter where she will attend the i 'wedding of a friend ho taught school with her at Montevideo. She will vis- it at the home of her brother Fred at Austin before returning here. The Eastern Star Picnic Tuesday proved to be a ,most successful af- fair. The clay was idea] and the at- 00IIIIIlIIHIilIIIIIIilIIIIMIISHIlillIlIMllllmlIIIIIHIIIIIIMIIIMIlillIllHIlll = I N i00he (00urti00 00otel 10h STREET AT FOURTH AVENUE MINNEAPOLIS _ The Northwest 's Largest and Most Beautiful Hotlry All Rooms are Outside and Ealh Room has Private Bath ---- TAR IFF: 75 Room. (Private Baths) Single at $2.00--Double $3.00 _ 325 Rooms (Private Baths) Single at $2.50---Double $3.50 200 R)rn (Private Baths) Single at $3 00--Double $4.00 ,. Others from $4.00 to $15.00 00IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilIIIIIIIIIlllIIlIlI$11111UIlIIIlIIIIlllIIIIIIIlll "O Summer wardrobe is complete .  without at least one of the charming Organdy Frocks that do so much Io make the summer heat children of Groton, S. D., are spend- ing several days at the William Mil- ler cottage at Chautauqua Park. Dr. and Mrs. George Countryman returned to Aberdeen, S. D., .Wednes- day by auto after a few days stay at their cottage on the Peninsula. Mr. and Mrs. F. A Zehringer, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Zehringer, Mrs. John Stutler and son Lyle motored to Browns Valley Sunday for the day. Mrs. Clair Merchant and children east of town are visiting at the home of Mrs. Merchant's paren{s, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Frankson, at St. Paul. Mrs. Minnie McCormick and daugh- ter Doris of Excelsior are visiting at the John Ljungdahl, Knute Hanson and Jens Anderson homes this week. Miss Nell Cummens of Seattle, Wash., visited her brother William and family here the first of the week. She left Wednesday for Iowa where she will visit for about a month whe she will return for a longer visit at Ortonville. (lid the frying and eating. Mrs. H. C. Matthews and (laughter Hazel of Canby attended to Probate matters here Tuesday. They accom- panied Mr. and Mrs." A. Mathews of Gary, S. D., here by auto. Mrs. Van Slyck, her (laughter Gene- vieve, and Miss Mary Eddy of Aber- deen have occupied the Danielson cot-i tage on the Peninsula. They will re-i main here for two weeks. ] Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Ivey of Manilla, Iowa, who have been visiting at the l J. H. Bentley home left for Chicago I and eastern points Tuesday. Mr. Ivcy is a brother of Mrs. Hadley. [ The. Congregational Ladies' Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. J. P.I Mayer on Friday afternoon, July 1,1 t at three o'clock in he afternoon. AII ladies are cordially invite(1, i Mrs. Anna Lightfoot left Wednes- day for Bingham.ton, N. Y., to visit I tendanee good. With a big swing for the children, bathing, boating and dancing there was entertainment for all. Mrs. A. Sutleff, mother of Mrs. U. J. Stotesbury, arrived Sunday from Watertown, S. D., where she has been living with her grandson Russell Stotesbury and family. She will re- main at the Stotesbury home here in- defiitely. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer entertained about twenty friends at a dinner at McGee's Park Wednesday eevning Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Erickson, the Mists Lillie and Estelle Erickson, Harold Krook and Dr. Plonty, of Clinton. Mrs. J. K. J. Clark and daughters, Mrs. John Michell and Miss Hester Clark, attended the wedding of Miss Alice Jmnes to Glenn Moon at the home of the b(te at Ipswich, S. D., the first of the week. These young people formerly lived in this city. Ionard Von Eschen who has been her daughter Dorothy. She will visit l attending the School of Business Ad- a daughter in Washington, D. C., be-i ministration at the University of Min- fore returning to Ortonville. . nesota, returned to his home here Fri- Mrs. Tom Mahegan who has, been I clay. He went back to Minneapolis visiting relatives at Appleton stopped! again Sunday afternoon to take up off the first of the week to visit he'!work at the summer session at the nephews Henry, Mike and Joe Petrick '* "U." on her way home to Minot, N. D. John Bohan, mechanist for the rail - road company at Montevideo, nephew of W. R. Mountford, came up to meet Gault Lange and to go with him Sat- urday and Sunday on a fishing trip. August Swenson, S. Melvin Swen- son and J. H. Erickson of Clinton drove thru Ortonville Monday after- noon on their way to Dawson where they went to attend to business mat- ters. Miss Margaret McLeod of Aber- deen, S. D., entertained Miss Patter- son of St. Paul at the Peninsula over the week-end. Miss McLeod left for Aberdeen Tuesday ad her friend for St. Paul. Arthur and Miss Clara Martinson of Sisseton, S. D., Bertha Minder and Bessie Ennis of Wilmot, S. D., under- went operations for the removal of their tonsils at Evangelical hospital Tuesday. George P. Crooker and Miss Lulu B. Foster of Ortonville, and Charles Raw and Miss Florence King of Browns Valley, were married at the Methodist parsonage by Rev. G. L. Haggans Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Myers and Miss Madge Kelly arrived Saturday from Dallas, Texas, by auto, making the trip in fivedays on the Kin,, of Trails. Mi:s Kelly is from Aberdeen, S. D., and spent the winter with her sister Mrs. Myers and ,husband. They are occu- wing their cottage on he PeninSula. Headlight Law Effective July 1 The new automobile headlight law passed by the last legislature goes into effect July 1, 1921. We have a large stock of Violet Ray Lens on hand and have a large as- sortment coming. Order a set at once so as to have them. We car- ry all sizes. , .......... ART PUFAHL Ortonville, Minn. endurable. Consult The PICTORIAL REVIEW FASHION BOOK FOR SUMMER and you will find ever so many fas- cinating designs for Summer frocks. PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS FOR JULY 20 cents to 3B cents NONE HIGHER Tunic Blouse 951S 35 cents Skirt 9308--30 mutts Pioneer Store Cooperative Company I I: I I I I One good thing about a nickel cigar is that it's usually fireproof. i i ii i i i A Time-Tried Vehicle and a True One For five years and more this Reo has been serving business men in cities and on the farms. It is being used in any hundreds of lines of business. During these five years upwards of thirty thousand of this one model have been selected by business men as a solution of their particular hauling problem. In this, its sixth year of successful service, S P E E D WAGONS are being chosen in constantly increasing numbers. None )ut a thoroly good vehicle could survive such a test with credit. There is an owner near you who can tell you how his Speedwagon has served him. None but an economical and reliable vehicle could have won for itself a volume of business which has doubled each year over so many years. Today the Reo truck is being chosen by rare owners than any other vehicle designed as a truck and built primarily for commercial service. The Speedwagon is the choice of the successful, for nothing succeeds like the success which comes from serving well. There is nothing experimental about the Speedwagom To compare this Reo with other vehicles of its type is to compare the real with imi- tafion , We also carry in stock a complete Hne of Deerig and McCormick Machinery and parts. Ortonville Implement Co. m l I ! JUNE 23, 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE me . L, SOCIAL AND NEWS ITEMS Iirk made a trip to Merchant made a trip t( Saturday. and Mrs. Pete Lanne], living on at the hospital. was bonl to Mr. and Mrs. Kaercher is in the cities with friends. Hausauer made a trip to last Friday. Henry Benting of Corona, S. operated on Tuesday. C Johnson of Malta was ia on busi-ss Wednesday Everson returned home from the first of the week. Everson is visiting her at Belmont, Iowa, this week. s Ruby Odney of Benson wa until Thursday. of Pendleton, Oregon, her brother, Otto Harris. Etta Cochran is visiting t Peever and Veblin, S. D. k is attending to bust- at Montevideo today. of Milbank had an for appendicitis Tuesdav. cottage is being Park by the DeGreefs. A. Enos will celebrate birthday next Sunday. D. J. Leary of Browns a caller here Wednesday. wg who live north of ls a patient at Evangelical hos- C. West left for Gary, S. D., for a visit with friends and roy was up from Monte- for a short outing at Cress and fami of Odessa visitors Wednesday af- Wheeler of Clinton was of Miss Myrtle Ljungdahl George McDowell drove 1 cars from. Minneapolis, 0n returned from Min- Y wi'th a new Overlmd S. Bellland of Milbank, S. D., on Wednesday at the Fli(Igen of Dumont is mother Mrs. Fred Lentz cashier of the bank at to business matters lrs. Gus Anderson spent the Oscar Manning fm- Ladies' Aid w;It EXTRA SPECIAL Eahtonka CUTS DANCE PRICES Begining-- Tuesday, June 21 Straight evening tickets will be sold for $1.00, or Bowery style at 10c a dance. Carl Thiele of Twin Brooks, S. D., catch of seventy fish at McGees Park prominent pioneer resident of that I Saturday. The younger set did the county died at his home the first of lfishing and cleaning while the others the week. C. D. Fifield was a delegate to the Odd Fellows Assembly at Virginia duringthe past week from the local ! Tom Hegge home Thurs- Pragally being their daughter. j ...... [ Will Aldous and family of Henry, rL mmin of Clinton I S D, are guests at the Oscar Holm- Iv: lie Saturday after- [ quist" family this week. Mr. Aldous s.. 1 is a brother of Mrs. Holmquist. !' Iarm near the city / Mr. and Mrs. Warner Hanni of parents of a son which / Sioux Falls, S. D., are visiting at the tY" DeGreef home at the Park. Mrs. Han- ummens is attending: ni is a daughter of the DeGreefs. school at St. Cloud. It Weeks. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Mather and two returned home af- visit with friends and St. Cloud. returned Friday where she has been Past year. returned Tuesday from he visited his broth- and Christ. of Wahmt Grove, for- Stone City, is a guest at home. Hawkinson left Sunday S. D., to spend a few parents. attorney, of Slayton, at the A. B. Kaercher week-end. Lindert accompanied other home to Sacred of the week. returned home last Sioux Falls where he and friends. Lundberg of Odessa is Miss Frances Cochran Cochran's absence. of Morris visited Frank Swedlund and Olson, Saturday. left Saturday for Bra- get Mrs. Stark who there for a week. de of Almond was in and reportei the crops his neighborhood. Chas. Kollitz returned Minneapolis where on a business trip. and son of Aber- arrived Saturday to oc- on the Peninsula. of Minneapolis Aberdeen, S. D., are at for several days stay. Arthur Raymond of rooms in the Tom their son is a pa- Mrs. Win. Schmeltzer of D., spent Sunday with Mrs. Anna Light- cashier of the First of Wheaton, visited the fore part of the Schorman, nur, of has been assisting at returned home Wed- ttOdgeson and sons Got- returned to their hone Iowa, Tuesday, after at the N. J. Wilkins days . Miss Mac home with' them orgamzation. Mrs. Harry Carlson and son of Pier- pont, S. D., are visiting at the home of the frowner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hudson. Mr.-and Mrs. Fred Kittenbeil of Milbank visited at the Ed Sackreiter i home Monday. They have a son in the hospital here. Mr. and Mrs. Griffendorf of Minne- apolis are visiting at the Sam Barr home. Mrs. Griffemlorf and Mrs. Barr are sisters. The Norwegian Lutheran Ladies' Aid will hold a Food Sale on Satur- (lay, July 2. Further details will be announced later. Hayden Flinch issued a marriage license the latter part of last week to J. Herman Reinke and Miss Esther Johnson of Akron valley. C. H. Skog of Minneapolis, former Manager of the James A. Smith Imm- ber yard in this city, is here today to attend the Nordfjordlaget. Mrs. R. E. Pengally and little daughter of Loyal, Wis., are visiting at the H. E. Zimmerman home, Mrs. The Swedish Lutheran Ladies' Aid will meet next Thursday afternoon, June 30,. at the John Holmquist home Everyone is cordially invited to come. Mrs. Harding and daughter Marion of Minneapolis, and Miss Constance Harding of Seattle, Washington, were guess at the W. H. Matthews home this week. Mr. an(| Mrs. W. E. Bowles of Gro- ton, S. D., are cottagers at Chautau- qua Park. They have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Eyestone and daughter Ruth of Groton. Mr. and Mrs. O. I. Chamberlain left yesterday for Denver, Colo, and in a new Ford Coupe, to visit Mrs. Cham- berlain's brother, Roland, and expect to be gone a month. Miss Hilda Jaeobson left Monday for Minneapolis where she will visit her sister Ida for a few days, after which she will visit relatives and friends at St. James. Reuben Skog, son of C. H. Skog, formerly of this city, and William Johnson of Minneapolis, students at the "U," are working here during their summer vavation. Martin Johnson aml Edwin Carlson] attended the Sunday school conven- ti,m which wau held at Langford, S. D., the first of the week, going as delegates from here. t Ole I. Steen and John Aasebo of Clinton were in Ortonville Saturday making s(rue preliminary arrange- ments for the Nordfjordlaget being hehl here this week. The Pleasant Valley folks report a William Skahill and family and Mr. and Mrs. James Navion of Danbury, Iowa, are visiting at the James Mc- Niff home this week. Mrs. Skahill is a sister of Mrs. McNiff and Mrs. Na- vion is his aunt. L. H. Frizzell, Hary KrafL Rim) Meyers and Fred Maynard were in Ortonville Wednesday making ar- rangements for the big Fourth of July celebration at the Maynard farnl northwest of Correll. V. D. Munger of the state of Ohio, driving thru Ortonville on his return from Califm-nia, called on the Orton- ville Monument Works and purchased] a good sized family monument on t Monday of this week. I J. A. Anderym and family autoed to Minneapolis this week. Carl An- derson will remain there the balance of the summer where he will take up school work at the Minneapolis School of Music and Dramatic Art. The Sandgidge Farmers Club will celebrate the Fnurth of July at the F. H. Maynard grove near Correll. There will be sports of all kinds be- sides speaking and a picnic lmlch. Everybody is invited to come. Miss Clar, Everson lft Sunday for i St. Peter where she will attend the i 'wedding of a friend ho taught school with her at Montevideo. She will vis- it at the home of her brother Fred at Austin before returning here. The Eastern Star Picnic Tuesday proved to be a ,most successful af- fair. The clay was idea] and the at- 00IIIIIlIIHIilIIIIIIilIIIIMIISHIlillIlIMllllmlIIIIIHIIIIIIMIIIMIlillIllHIlll = I N i00he (00urti00 00otel 10h STREET AT FOURTH AVENUE MINNEAPOLIS _ The Northwest 's Largest and Most Beautiful Hotlry All Rooms are Outside and Ealh Room has Private Bath ---- TAR IFF: 75 Room. (Private Baths) Single at $2.00--Double $3.00 _ 325 Rooms (Private Baths) Single at $2.50---Double $3.50 200 R)rn (Private Baths) Single at $3 00--Double $4.00 ,. Others from $4.00 to $15.00 00IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilIIIIIIIIIlllIIlIlI$11111UIlIIIlIIIIlllIIIIIIIlll "O Summer wardrobe is complete .  without at least one of the charming Organdy Frocks that do so much Io make the summer heat children of Groton, S. D., are spend- ing several days at the William Mil- ler cottage at Chautauqua Park. Dr. and Mrs. George Countryman returned to Aberdeen, S. D., .Wednes- day by auto after a few days stay at their cottage on the Peninsula. Mr. and Mrs. F. A Zehringer, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Zehringer, Mrs. John Stutler and son Lyle motored to Browns Valley Sunday for the day. Mrs. Clair Merchant and children east of town are visiting at the home of Mrs. Merchant's paren{s, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Frankson, at St. Paul. Mrs. Minnie McCormick and daugh- ter Doris of Excelsior are visiting at the John Ljungdahl, Knute Hanson and Jens Anderson homes this week. Miss Nell Cummens of Seattle, Wash., visited her brother William and family here the first of the week. She left Wednesday for Iowa where she will visit for about a month whe she will return for a longer visit at Ortonville. (lid the frying and eating. Mrs. H. C. Matthews and (laughter Hazel of Canby attended to Probate matters here Tuesday. They accom- panied Mr. and Mrs." A. Mathews of Gary, S. D., here by auto. Mrs. Van Slyck, her (laughter Gene- vieve, and Miss Mary Eddy of Aber- deen have occupied the Danielson cot-i tage on the Peninsula. They will re-i main here for two weeks. ] Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Ivey of Manilla, Iowa, who have been visiting at the l J. H. Bentley home left for Chicago I and eastern points Tuesday. Mr. Ivcy is a brother of Mrs. Hadley. [ The. Congregational Ladies' Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. J. P.I Mayer on Friday afternoon, July 1,1 t at three o'clock in he afternoon. AII ladies are cordially invite(1, i Mrs. Anna Lightfoot left Wednes- day for Bingham.ton, N. Y., to visit I tendanee good. With a big swing for the children, bathing, boating and dancing there was entertainment for all. Mrs. A. Sutleff, mother of Mrs. U. J. Stotesbury, arrived Sunday from Watertown, S. D., where she has been living with her grandson Russell Stotesbury and family. She will re- main at the Stotesbury home here in- defiitely. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer entertained about twenty friends at a dinner at McGee's Park Wednesday eevning Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Erickson, the Mists Lillie and Estelle Erickson, Harold Krook and Dr. Plonty, of Clinton. Mrs. J. K. J. Clark and daughters, Mrs. John Michell and Miss Hester Clark, attended the wedding of Miss Alice Jmnes to Glenn Moon at the home of the b(te at Ipswich, S. D., the first of the week. These young people formerly lived in this city. Ionard Von Eschen who has been her daughter Dorothy. She will visit l attending the School of Business Ad- a daughter in Washington, D. C., be-i ministration at the University of Min- fore returning to Ortonville. . nesota, returned to his home here Fri- Mrs. Tom Mahegan who has, been I clay. He went back to Minneapolis visiting relatives at Appleton stopped! again Sunday afternoon to take up off the first of the week to visit he'!work at the summer session at the nephews Henry, Mike and Joe Petrick '* "U." on her way home to Minot, N. D. John Bohan, mechanist for the rail - road company at Montevideo, nephew of W. R. Mountford, came up to meet Gault Lange and to go with him Sat- urday and Sunday on a fishing trip. August Swenson, S. Melvin Swen- son and J. H. Erickson of Clinton drove thru Ortonville Monday after- noon on their way to Dawson where they went to attend to business mat- ters. Miss Margaret McLeod of Aber- deen, S. D., entertained Miss Patter- son of St. Paul at the Peninsula over the week-end. Miss McLeod left for Aberdeen Tuesday ad her friend for St. Paul. Arthur and Miss Clara Martinson of Sisseton, S. D., Bertha Minder and Bessie Ennis of Wilmot, S. D., under- went operations for the removal of their tonsils at Evangelical hospital Tuesday. George P. Crooker and Miss Lulu B. Foster of Ortonville, and Charles Raw and Miss Florence King of Browns Valley, were married at the Methodist parsonage by Rev. G. L. Haggans Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Myers and Miss Madge Kelly arrived Saturday from Dallas, Texas, by auto, making the trip in fivedays on the Kin,, of Trails. Mi:s Kelly is from Aberdeen, S. D., and spent the winter with her sister Mrs. Myers and ,husband. They are occu- wing their cottage on he PeninSula. Headlight Law Effective July 1 The new automobile headlight law passed by the last legislature goes into effect July 1, 1921. We have a large stock of Violet Ray Lens on hand and have a large as- sortment coming. Order a set at once so as to have them. We car- ry all sizes. , .......... ART PUFAHL Ortonville, Minn. endurable. Consult The PICTORIAL REVIEW FASHION BOOK FOR SUMMER and you will find ever so many fas- cinating designs for Summer frocks. PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS FOR JULY 20 cents to 3B cents NONE HIGHER Tunic Blouse 951S 35 cents Skirt 9308--30 mutts Pioneer Store Cooperative Company I I: I I I I One good thing about a nickel cigar is that it's usually fireproof. i i ii i i i A Time-Tried Vehicle and a True One For five years and more this Reo has been serving business men in cities and on the farms. It is being used in any hundreds of lines of business. During these five years upwards of thirty thousand of this one model have been selected by business men as a solution of their particular hauling problem. In this, its sixth year of successful service, S P E E D WAGONS are being chosen in constantly increasing numbers. None )ut a thoroly good vehicle could survive such a test with credit. There is an owner near you who can tell you how his Speedwagon has served him. None but an economical and reliable vehicle could have won for itself a volume of business which has doubled each year over so many years. Today the Reo truck is being chosen by rare owners than any other vehicle designed as a truck and built primarily for commercial service. The Speedwagon is the choice of the successful, for nothing succeeds like the success which comes from serving well. There is nothing experimental about the Speedwagom To compare this Reo with other vehicles of its type is to compare the real with imi- tafion , We also carry in stock a complete Hne of Deerig and McCormick Machinery and parts. Ortonville Implement Co. m l I ! JUNE 2& 1921 " YIIE 0RTOILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE i [ The Swedish Lthemn Ladies' Aid William Skahfll d family and Mr. I wi)l meet next Thuday afternoon, and M. Jes Naviu. of Dbury, Je 30,-at the John Holmquist home. Iowa, am visions at the Jam Me- veryo i cdal]y invited to me. Niff home this week M. Skahill s ! Mrs Hardi and daughter Maon a ster of M, MeNiff md M, N [ of Minapolis, and Miss Cot vion is hs aunt. i Hsding cf attle, Whingn,  L H. Fnzll, Hy Kraft. ltJu gues at the W. H. Malthus home Meyers d Fred Maynard were m thi+ wk. Ortom'i]te Wedday making at- Mr. aud M+ W. E. Bowle of G- rmemuts for the big Fourth of July !ton S D are cotte at Chautau- celebration at the Maynard fam I qua Park, They have as their guests nohest of Corll, Mr+ anti Mrs. Eyestone and daughter . Munger of the state of Ohn,, Ruth of Groton. driving th Ortonville on his turu Mr and M O. I. Chamberlain left from Callfotia, called on the Orn- yestelay for Denver. Colu, d in a vine Monument Works and puhased new Ford Cpe, ts visit Ms, Cham-I a god szed fily monument on ] berlain's btther. Rland. ad expect I Monday of this wE to be unc a month+ J+ A. Aadern and family autoed : Miss Hflda Jbo,, le t Monday to Mh,neapof  th s week Ca An Io, Mncapolis whe he wt v derson ,vil roman he he ba ue : her sister ida for a few days, after of the summer whe he will take up lwhieh she dll visit ,elat,es and ehoul work at the Minnpnls Schl f,'ends at st. Jmne of Music and Dramatic Art+ Reuben kog, son of C. H. Skog, The Saaddge Faers Club will l feerly of thi chy, and William lebmte the Fourth of July at thel Johnson or M.neapnlis, students at F. H. Maya g.e near Co're ! the "U," ace working hem during their Te will be ports of all kinds be I summer vavaton, sides speakin and a picnic lneh, Martin Jnhnon and Edwin Cison Evybody nv ted to come." i T AND NEWS ITEMS I EXTRA -' made a trip to Webter, :.._ SPECIAL Y "atal  :P hospital" ................ hto ............ Ea nka slur Satmiay, m  ahl Khel" L in the cities ,,!  men+ .  .................... CUTS m last Fr day. s. Iry Benting of Cot. S. : ...... ...... DANCE C Johnson of Malta w in o bti,m s Wednesday. ma the first of the week at oar Eveo. is vis ng he B*munt, Iowa, th wk. Raub ]ney of Benson wm B TUeSday m,tl Thuray. ' .h .................. Tuesday, June 21 ling her brothel. Otto Hais. i ra. Ett Cehran is visitin Straightevening at Ptr and Veb]in, S. D. ] Grtnlek , attended the Sumlav ehoo convn . a endngtohu t ckets wll be  h h - MCaraEvermn & Sun ayfnr matles at Montv d today inn w le  held a Langfmxh S,[S pe e. where he a cud'the d B rg f  . .. " sold for $1.00, or 1>. the first of tPe wk go ug as ......... t .h . if o er o noanK nmi a .... wenolngmatnenawno aug nenoo. e'a for appendicitis Tuesday Bowery style at delegates fnm he" with her at llontevideu. -Sheill vis vlox c tta " o e S sen and John Affsebo of a o -go s beng u t I I at hehomeofherhtherFtxdat tuqu a ]p k b th D G f 10C a dance u,a we in Ortonvillc Satur ay A t b f t h e  lary A ar Y e e es ma  me pre]mlnarv atl.ang usm eolurmng er gh t " Eno will celebrate [ t f the N  if liar-" b I The Eastern Sr Picnic Tuesda y-flfthb.rthd me s or o 3nr g, e i orlmy, D  - aY next Sunday,  I hem here this wk, I pl "xd to I* a most suessful af- t Ws a cal{ eary of Brown ---- I The Pleasant Valley folks report al fair The day xa kleal and the at- P-  er het Wednesday, Carl Thiele of Twin Brks, S. D.,] eatll of sveaty fish at McGees Palk tendance good. With a big swing for ; dherg bo live north of rordnent didn.t resMeat of thatla.ur(, a , Ta,. re, . ...... elthe childn, bathing, boating and . a patient at EvaugelieM ho- county died'at his home the first of] fi'h  Y" t i;  ung! 1  u'tht! Idancing th ........ tertainment fo, rWst I*ft for Ga" ....... the. Djk. ........................ all'iMp:? lflYcngMaan ha3mn ......... : lll ............................ . a visit with friends and Odd Fellows Asmbly at Virginia i H of C.n tt ded t p b.t d. Stoteshury, arrived Sunday fr ark pomer, drh g'the past wk from he  I mattels here "uesdav. ]'hey eom Watelown, *q D, he he has been lt  wasupfrmlJf onto" otg izatlon. I anel Mr. and Mrs,A Mathews f vng w h her grandson Russell aktmdaY for ashort outing at Mrs HaTyCa sonan sonof 'er-Ja S D he b"  . o Stotesburv and faro y She.d ro- bert Ges  punt, S. D., a* visiting at the home I "Mr's ']an"glyek iYr daughter Gone- ] main at the Stotesbmy home he i.- , Ortonv ' and fami,.v of Ddessa of he fo 'reef's paint M ' and Mrs v eve 'toni Miss Ma Edd of Abet deign e y 0a. l"e wsltors Wednesday af. R. B. Hudson , dn'have occupied re DanYieln cot Mr t] Mre Palmer entrtaiued l ]/alda Whl of CI to Mr.- d M. F red Kit tenbeil of tags on the Peninsul a They wil . about twenty friends at a dinner at ae t of er IP n wa Milbk vis] ed a the E Saek ter]main hre for we wks McGee' Park Wednesday wling .y, MSS Myrtle Ljungdahllhome Mtnday Theyhaanin! Mr. amlMrs. A.H. lveyofMfitl a Outof-gowngukwelMr nlMr, roert d the hospxtal here. Iowa who have bn visiting at the J. L. Eriekson, the Mists Lilr]e amI Ix'. Ford Gerg e MeDowell dro:e M , aml My., Griffendorf of Mtn.' J, H. Bontle, home e for Ch cage, Etelle Erickn Harold Kok and y.   iim mmneapous, apohs am visiting at the Sam Bayr and eern points Tuesday, Mr. Ivey Dr. Plenty, of Clinton. o .obso he e M G fiend rf d M b he o M [{ d  M J K J C k d g lj n u.n um Mn- m' lrl e an . zl lO . a e n rs .... at an an ]ers, 7usMadaywh Or am" are sisters, lile. Cog.gatona I [,adi' Ad Mr John Mehe an b s Hester . ant The Nnnveglan Lutheran Lad*e*'[ will meet at the home of Mis, J P. C] ik, a hsn ed he e t I ng of M s r 8" rdland , : Aid wall he/ a Fd Sale on Sa r" Mayer on Frida3 afteoon, JUly ,' A/ Ja,nes to Glenn Moon at the ..,. o efod.2t.?'o 'i ......... ' ............................. ' ............................................... ta[. n s y e, annnunx later. ladies am cordially invRed, the first of the week. These young Mrs. Anna ]*ightfoo lef Wedneg. pple fnerly lived in this city. day for Bingharron, N. Y., to vlsltl Ionard Yon Ehen who has bn her daughter I)othy. ,he will visit attending the School of Business Ad i a daughter in W shington, D. C, he- ! ministration at the University of Min- I fore iturlng to Ortonvill nesota, letued to his home here Fri.,I Mrs, Turn Mn who has. bout day. He went bek  Minneapolis] visfitiug latives at Appleton stoppe agniu Sunday aftenn to take lp I off the first of the wk to visit hex work at the summer ssion at the nephs Henry, Mike and 3 itriek "U." ] on her way heu to Mmot, N. D. John Bohan, mhanlst for the rol ad comply at Mont&0 phe n  ' Hayden Ftneh issued a marriage 'o, ,%' ...... f e ........ [ ............................. w. mer Mrs. l. red Lentzlj. Herman P'inke and Miss Esther , Johnson of Akin valley. .s, cashr o fthebnkat C, H. Skog of blimleapolis forme rda ed to Imsmes matters Manager of the James A. Smith Lum- I Y bet yard in this city is he today  jt h - Gus Anderson apent attend the Nordfjord]aget. uk,the Os Manning fm- Mrs R. E. Pengally .... and littl L Ladle s, AId ,!1 daughte, of Loya* w s, a sltlng uotmheran at the H. E. gimmelnmn home, Mrs, m Hegge home Thu s- pgaliy boa g thor daughter WIll Aldom d fily of Hry, :rs. J. H. Martin of Clinton dither farm nc the elt 7 he paints of a n which lmday. Cummens is atf*rding sehl at S' Ctoud. It eWeeks. hrnidt mtued home af- tk vhit with friends and St. Clnud. DeSef returned Friday  PAar where sl has been , past ye. rarned Tuesday from ere he vsited his bth- ,id Chs t of Walnut Omve. fo Stone City, is a guest at rford hums+ Hawknn left Snnday 8 n., to spend a few er paints. d, attoey, of 8Iayton, tthe A. B, Kher wk-end. mot Lindert acmpanied other home to Sd rst uf the wk, Iad tned home It ? Siuux Falls where he ayes aud fenda, Lundberg of Odes is h Miss Fns Coehran Coehr's abnce. alesoa of Mors vi+ited tre, Frank Swedluad and ninon Saturday. ]eft Saturday for B- get Mrs. Stark ho ,ng the for a wk. de of Almond  in and ported the ps la hi elghborhood. Chas, Kol]ltz retard m Maneapoli whe n'oa a business trlx itlow and son of Abe , arttvtd Sateday to - ,_ on the Penisuml Edwards of Mipoli .uf Aberdn, S. D+ at* at :oMi or 'eml days stay. r arth ot Raymond ., ha  I the Tom hile their sou is a pa- 4r. Win. Sehmeltr o ' nt Sanday wlt D., raother, Mr Anna Ligh W he  eshi of the Film L of Wheaton, vlsitel K here, the fore part of tM t rh Seherrz, nurse, oJ h h ha been mgelsting at mg[tal retued home Wed-  IIcdgeson d sons GO  -'' returned to their hdm ty,'at Iowa, Tuesday, afte ,t at the N. J. WlI days . Mu Me home with. them far S, D.,  guests at the Or - quist family this wk. Mr. Aldous is a brotlr of M, Holmquis Mr. d Mrs, Warner Hni of Sio Falls, S. D., am visiting at the DeGraef home at the Park. Mr& H- ni is a daughter of tke DeGf Mx. R. A. Mather d two ehildn of Oroton, s. D., a spend- hag vel days at the William Mil- ler cottage at Chautauqua ParZ Dr. d Mrs Grge Contrnan mtul to AbenSee, S. D., .Wedne day by auto after a few days stay at thor eottag* uu the Pentneul Mr. and Mm. F. A. Zehrnger, Mr. and Mr* E4 Zehtager, M, Juhn Stutler d n Lyl motor*d to Bwn Valley Sunday for the day Mrs. Clair Mehant d children eamt of town am visiting at the home of Mrs. Mehant's parenfs, Mr+ and Mrs. Thomas Franlmon, at St, PauL M. Minnie MeCormlck and daugh- ter Dos of Exlslor a vtslting at the John Ljungdahl, Knute Hson aud Jen Anderson homes this week Miss Nelt Cummens of Seattle Wash...As]ted her brother Willtam and fily he the rt of the wk She left Wedsday for Iow whe she wi] visit for about a month whet she will turn fur a longer visit al Ortonville. of W. R. Motford, mine up to e{ Gault Lange and to go with him Sat u.May and Sday on a fmhing t:4p. Awgust Sn, S. Melon Sn- son d J. H. Eekon of Clinto drove thru Ortoulto Mouday ariel.- noon on the way to Dawn whe they nt to attend to bine mat- tots. Mis Margaret MeLeod ef Abe dn, S. D., tertsined Miss Patter- son of St Paul at the peninsula uvez the wkad. Miss McLeod left fez Abed Tuesday a]+d her friend for St, Paul, Arth and Miss Clara Marthasor uf Sisseton, + D., Bertha Minder and Bessie Ennls of Wilmo S D,, under went operations for the removal ol their tonsils at Evangelil hospital Tuesday. Grge P. Cmoker and Miss Lulu B Foster of Ortonvflte, and Chles Ra and Miss Fluren King of Brow+ Valley. we maied at the Method,s1 parnae hy Roy. G L Haggn. Wedneay. Mr and M. Mye and Miss Madgt Kelly ved Saturday fn, Dal, Texas, by auto, making the trip ia fivedays on the King or "ril Miss KelIy is from Aberdeen, S. D,, ad spent the winter wlth her ter Mrs. Mye and.husband. ey am eu- ,iug their ttag ua he Peninula Headlight Law Effective July 1 The new automobile headlight law passed by the last legislature goes into effect July 1, 1921. We have a large stock of Violet Ray Lens on hand and have a large as- sortment coming. Order a set at once so as to have them. We car- ry all sizes. , ART PUFAHL , 0rtonville, Minn. $111nlmlllMigllllfllnllfllglllllflllHMmlllllmnmMlfllflmllUlgllm -- U ,, -.a- I M =   i!!" c o N gle gurtt itI - the Northwest "* Larg*#t and llfot Bantlll Ho#dry 2S R,n, (Pdan, Btl, Single at $2 Double $o 2<m R,,m (Prvau Baths) S,,gle at S3 00Doublo t4.00 - Others tn,,+ *4 o3 w siS.dO O Summer wardrobe is complete without at least one of the charming Oigandy Frocks that do so much to make the summer heat endurable. Consult The PICTORIAL REVIEW FASHION BOOK t FOR SUMMER and you wilI find ever o many fas. cinatlng digns for Summer fro=ks. PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS FOR JULY 20 cent* to 3 cents NONE HIGHER s 0  [ Pioneer Store Coopern6v Or good thing about a nirkel eig is that it's usually fireproof. A Time-Tried Vehicle and a True One For five years and more this Reo has been serving business men in cities and on the farms. It is being used in any hundreds of lines of business. During these five years upwardsof thirty thousand of this one model have been selected by business men as a solution of theft particular hauling problem. In this, its sixth year of successful service, S P E E D WAGONS are being chosen in constantly increasing numbers. None'but a thoroly good vehicle could survive such a test with credit. There is an owner near you who can tell you how his Speedwogon has served him. None but an economical and reliable vehicle could have won for itself a volume of business which has doubled each year over so many years. Today the Red truck is being chosen by mce owners than any other vehicle designed as a truck and built primarily for commercial service. The Speedwagon is the choice of the successful, for nothing succeeds like the success which comes from serving wee There is nothing e.x',rimental about the Speedwagon. To cem]are this Red with other vehicles of its type is to compare the real with imt- totion&    We also tarry hi stock a complete line of Deerig and McCormick Machinery and parts. 0rtonville Implement Co. JUNE 23, 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE me . L, SOCIAL AND NEWS ITEMS Iirk made a trip to Merchant made a trip t( Saturday. and Mrs. Pete Lanne], living on at the hospital. was bonl to Mr. and Mrs. Kaercher is in the cities with friends. Hausauer made a trip to last Friday. Henry Benting of Corona, S. operated on Tuesday. C Johnson of Malta was ia on busi-ss Wednesday Everson returned home from the first of the week. Everson is visiting her at Belmont, Iowa, this week. s Ruby Odney of Benson wa until Thursday. of Pendleton, Oregon, her brother, Otto Harris. Etta Cochran is visiting t Peever and Veblin, S. D. k is attending to bust- at Montevideo today. of Milbank had an for appendicitis Tuesdav. cottage is being Park by the DeGreefs. A. Enos will celebrate birthday next Sunday. D. J. Leary of Browns a caller here Wednesday. wg who live north of ls a patient at Evangelical hos- C. West left for Gary, S. D., for a visit with friends and roy was up from Monte- for a short outing at Cress and fami of Odessa visitors Wednesday af- Wheeler of Clinton was of Miss Myrtle Ljungdahl George McDowell drove 1 cars from. Minneapolis, 0n returned from Min- Y wi'th a new Overlmd S. Bellland of Milbank, S. D., on Wednesday at the Fli(Igen of Dumont is mother Mrs. Fred Lentz cashier of the bank at to business matters lrs. Gus Anderson spent the Oscar Manning fm- Ladies' Aid w;It EXTRA SPECIAL Eahtonka CUTS DANCE PRICES Begining-- Tuesday, June 21 Straight evening tickets will be sold for $1.00, or Bowery style at 10c a dance. Carl Thiele of Twin Brooks, S. D., catch of seventy fish at McGees Park prominent pioneer resident of that I Saturday. The younger set did the county died at his home the first of lfishing and cleaning while the others the week. C. D. Fifield was a delegate to the Odd Fellows Assembly at Virginia duringthe past week from the local ! Tom Hegge home Thurs- Pragally being their daughter. j ...... [ Will Aldous and family of Henry, rL mmin of Clinton I S D, are guests at the Oscar Holm- Iv: lie Saturday after- [ quist" family this week. Mr. Aldous s.. 1 is a brother of Mrs. Holmquist. !' Iarm near the city / Mr. and Mrs. Warner Hanni of parents of a son which / Sioux Falls, S. D., are visiting at the tY" DeGreef home at the Park. Mrs. Han- ummens is attending: ni is a daughter of the DeGreefs. school at St. Cloud. It Weeks. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Mather and two returned home af- visit with friends and St. Cloud. returned Friday where she has been Past year. returned Tuesday from he visited his broth- and Christ. of Wahmt Grove, for- Stone City, is a guest at home. Hawkinson left Sunday S. D., to spend a few parents. attorney, of Slayton, at the A. B. Kaercher week-end. Lindert accompanied other home to Sacred of the week. returned home last Sioux Falls where he and friends. Lundberg of Odessa is Miss Frances Cochran Cochran's absence. of Morris visited Frank Swedlund and Olson, Saturday. left Saturday for Bra- get Mrs. Stark who there for a week. de of Almond was in and reportei the crops his neighborhood. Chas. Kollitz returned Minneapolis where on a business trip. and son of Aber- arrived Saturday to oc- on the Peninsula. of Minneapolis Aberdeen, S. D., are at for several days stay. Arthur Raymond of rooms in the Tom their son is a pa- Mrs. Win. Schmeltzer of D., spent Sunday with Mrs. Anna Light- cashier of the First of Wheaton, visited the fore part of the Schorman, nur, of has been assisting at returned home Wed- ttOdgeson and sons Got- returned to their hone Iowa, Tuesday, after at the N. J. Wilkins days . Miss Mac home with' them orgamzation. Mrs. Harry Carlson and son of Pier- pont, S. D., are visiting at the home of the frowner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hudson. Mr.-and Mrs. Fred Kittenbeil of Milbank visited at the Ed Sackreiter i home Monday. They have a son in the hospital here. Mr. and Mrs. Griffendorf of Minne- apolis are visiting at the Sam Barr home. Mrs. Griffemlorf and Mrs. Barr are sisters. The Norwegian Lutheran Ladies' Aid will hold a Food Sale on Satur- (lay, July 2. Further details will be announced later. Hayden Flinch issued a marriage license the latter part of last week to J. Herman Reinke and Miss Esther Johnson of Akron valley. C. H. Skog of Minneapolis, former Manager of the James A. Smith Imm- ber yard in this city, is here today to attend the Nordfjordlaget. Mrs. R. E. Pengally and little daughter of Loyal, Wis., are visiting at the H. E. Zimmerman home, Mrs. The Swedish Lutheran Ladies' Aid will meet next Thursday afternoon, June 30,. at the John Holmquist home Everyone is cordially invited to come. Mrs. Harding and daughter Marion of Minneapolis, and Miss Constance Harding of Seattle, Washington, were guess at the W. H. Matthews home this week. Mr. an(| Mrs. W. E. Bowles of Gro- ton, S. D., are cottagers at Chautau- qua Park. They have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Eyestone and daughter Ruth of Groton. Mr. and Mrs. O. I. Chamberlain left yesterday for Denver, Colo, and in a new Ford Coupe, to visit Mrs. Cham- berlain's brother, Roland, and expect to be gone a month. Miss Hilda Jaeobson left Monday for Minneapolis where she will visit her sister Ida for a few days, after which she will visit relatives and friends at St. James. Reuben Skog, son of C. H. Skog, formerly of this city, and William Johnson of Minneapolis, students at the "U," are working here during their summer vavation. Martin Johnson aml Edwin Carlson] attended the Sunday school conven- ti,m which wau held at Langford, S. D., the first of the week, going as delegates from here. t Ole I. Steen and John Aasebo of Clinton were in Ortonville Saturday making s(rue preliminary arrange- ments for the Nordfjordlaget being hehl here this week. The Pleasant Valley folks report a William Skahill and family and Mr. and Mrs. James Navion of Danbury, Iowa, are visiting at the James Mc- Niff home this week. Mrs. Skahill is a sister of Mrs. McNiff and Mrs. Na- vion is his aunt. L. H. Frizzell, Hary KrafL Rim) Meyers and Fred Maynard were in Ortonville Wednesday making ar- rangements for the big Fourth of July celebration at the Maynard farnl northwest of Correll. V. D. Munger of the state of Ohio, driving thru Ortonville on his return from Califm-nia, called on the Orton- ville Monument Works and purchased] a good sized family monument on t Monday of this week. I J. A. Anderym and family autoed to Minneapolis this week. Carl An- derson will remain there the balance of the summer where he will take up school work at the Minneapolis School of Music and Dramatic Art. The Sandgidge Farmers Club will celebrate the Fnurth of July at the F. H. Maynard grove near Correll. There will be sports of all kinds be- sides speaking and a picnic lmlch. Everybody is invited to come. Miss Clar, Everson lft Sunday for i St. Peter where she will attend the i 'wedding of a friend ho taught school with her at Montevideo. She will vis- it at the home of her brother Fred at Austin before returning here. The Eastern Star Picnic Tuesday proved to be a ,most successful af- fair. The clay was idea] and the at- 00IIIIIlIIHIilIIIIIIilIIIIMIISHIlillIlIMllllmlIIIIIHIIIIIIMIIIMIlillIllHIlll = I N i00he (00urti00 00otel 10h STREET AT FOURTH AVENUE MINNEAPOLIS _ The Northwest 's Largest and Most Beautiful Hotlry All Rooms are Outside and Ealh Room has Private Bath ---- TAR IFF: 75 Room. (Private Baths) Single at $2.00--Double $3.00 _ 325 Rooms (Private Baths) Single at $2.50---Double $3.50 200 R)rn (Private Baths) Single at $3 00--Double $4.00 ,. Others from $4.00 to $15.00 00IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilIIIIIIIIIlllIIlIlI$11111UIlIIIlIIIIlllIIIIIIIlll "O Summer wardrobe is complete .  without at least one of the charming Organdy Frocks that do so much Io make the summer heat children of Groton, S. D., are spend- ing several days at the William Mil- ler cottage at Chautauqua Park. Dr. and Mrs. George Countryman returned to Aberdeen, S. D., .Wednes- day by auto after a few days stay at their cottage on the Peninsula. Mr. and Mrs. F. A Zehringer, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Zehringer, Mrs. John Stutler and son Lyle motored to Browns Valley Sunday for the day. Mrs. Clair Merchant and children east of town are visiting at the home of Mrs. Merchant's paren{s, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Frankson, at St. Paul. Mrs. Minnie McCormick and daugh- ter Doris of Excelsior are visiting at the John Ljungdahl, Knute Hanson and Jens Anderson homes this week. Miss Nell Cummens of Seattle, Wash., visited her brother William and family here the first of the week. She left Wednesday for Iowa where she will visit for about a month whe she will return for a longer visit at Ortonville. (lid the frying and eating. Mrs. H. C. Matthews and (laughter Hazel of Canby attended to Probate matters here Tuesday. They accom- panied Mr. and Mrs." A. Mathews of Gary, S. D., here by auto. Mrs. Van Slyck, her (laughter Gene- vieve, and Miss Mary Eddy of Aber- deen have occupied the Danielson cot-i tage on the Peninsula. They will re-i main here for two weeks. ] Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Ivey of Manilla, Iowa, who have been visiting at the l J. H. Bentley home left for Chicago I and eastern points Tuesday. Mr. Ivcy is a brother of Mrs. Hadley. [ The. Congregational Ladies' Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. J. P.I Mayer on Friday afternoon, July 1,1 t at three o'clock in he afternoon. AII ladies are cordially invite(1, i Mrs. Anna Lightfoot left Wednes- day for Bingham.ton, N. Y., to visit I tendanee good. With a big swing for the children, bathing, boating and dancing there was entertainment for all. Mrs. A. Sutleff, mother of Mrs. U. J. Stotesbury, arrived Sunday from Watertown, S. D., where she has been living with her grandson Russell Stotesbury and family. She will re- main at the Stotesbury home here in- defiitely. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer entertained about twenty friends at a dinner at McGee's Park Wednesday eevning Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Erickson, the Mists Lillie and Estelle Erickson, Harold Krook and Dr. Plonty, of Clinton. Mrs. J. K. J. Clark and daughters, Mrs. John Michell and Miss Hester Clark, attended the wedding of Miss Alice Jmnes to Glenn Moon at the home of the b(te at Ipswich, S. D., the first of the week. These young people formerly lived in this city. Ionard Von Eschen who has been her daughter Dorothy. She will visit l attending the School of Business Ad- a daughter in Washington, D. C., be-i ministration at the University of Min- fore returning to Ortonville. . nesota, returned to his home here Fri- Mrs. Tom Mahegan who has, been I clay. He went back to Minneapolis visiting relatives at Appleton stopped! again Sunday afternoon to take up off the first of the week to visit he'!work at the summer session at the nephews Henry, Mike and Joe Petrick '* "U." on her way home to Minot, N. D. John Bohan, mechanist for the rail - road company at Montevideo, nephew of W. R. Mountford, came up to meet Gault Lange and to go with him Sat- urday and Sunday on a fishing trip. August Swenson, S. Melvin Swen- son and J. H. Erickson of Clinton drove thru Ortonville Monday after- noon on their way to Dawson where they went to attend to business mat- ters. Miss Margaret McLeod of Aber- deen, S. D., entertained Miss Patter- son of St. Paul at the Peninsula over the week-end. Miss McLeod left for Aberdeen Tuesday ad her friend for St. Paul. Arthur and Miss Clara Martinson of Sisseton, S. D., Bertha Minder and Bessie Ennis of Wilmot, S. D., under- went operations for the removal of their tonsils at Evangelical hospital Tuesday. George P. Crooker and Miss Lulu B. Foster of Ortonville, and Charles Raw and Miss Florence King of Browns Valley, were married at the Methodist parsonage by Rev. G. L. Haggans Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Myers and Miss Madge Kelly arrived Saturday from Dallas, Texas, by auto, making the trip in fivedays on the Kin,, of Trails. Mi:s Kelly is from Aberdeen, S. D., and spent the winter with her sister Mrs. Myers and ,husband. They are occu- wing their cottage on he PeninSula. Headlight Law Effective July 1 The new automobile headlight law passed by the last legislature goes into effect July 1, 1921. We have a large stock of Violet Ray Lens on hand and have a large as- sortment coming. Order a set at once so as to have them. We car- ry all sizes. , .......... ART PUFAHL Ortonville, Minn. endurable. Consult The PICTORIAL REVIEW FASHION BOOK FOR SUMMER and you will find ever so many fas- cinating designs for Summer frocks. PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS FOR JULY 20 cents to 3B cents NONE HIGHER Tunic Blouse 951S 35 cents Skirt 9308--30 mutts Pioneer Store Cooperative Company I I: I I I I One good thing about a nickel cigar is that it's usually fireproof. i i ii i i i A Time-Tried Vehicle and a True One For five years and more this Reo has been serving business men in cities and on the farms. It is being used in any hundreds of lines of business. During these five years upwards of thirty thousand of this one model have been selected by business men as a solution of their particular hauling problem. In this, its sixth year of successful service, S P E E D WAGONS are being chosen in constantly increasing numbers. None )ut a thoroly good vehicle could survive such a test with credit. There is an owner near you who can tell you how his Speedwagon has served him. None but an economical and reliable vehicle could have won for itself a volume of business which has doubled each year over so many years. Today the Reo truck is being chosen by rare owners than any other vehicle designed as a truck and built primarily for commercial service. The Speedwagon is the choice of the successful, for nothing succeeds like the success which comes from serving well. There is nothing experimental about the Speedwagom To compare this Reo with other vehicles of its type is to compare the real with imi- tafion , We also carry in stock a complete Hne of Deerig and McCormick Machinery and parts. Ortonville Implement Co. m l I !