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PAGE 4 i , ODESSA 1 O Miss Ada Jallo autoed to Appleton on Tuesday. A. Rothi and family of St. Paul are the guests of L. R. Gerber. Mrs. John Edquist was among the Ortonville shoppers Monday. Rev. Max Melinat is spending this week with his brother in St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Miller return ed Tuesday from their trip to Milwau- kee. Miss Ena Thomas left Sunday eve- ning for Dolliner, Iowa, for, a few weeks visit. Little Walter Calais was able to be brought home from the Ortonville hos- pital Sunday. Mrs. Jurgens, Evelyn Wagner and Elsie Leuenberg were passengers to Ortonvflle Tuesday. Mrs. Fred Liese of Ellendale, N. Dnk,, is spending the week with her mother, Mrs. Augnst Krier, Mr. Albert, Splittstoesser passed away Tuesday evening after a few hours of sicleness. Particulars will be given later. Mr. and Mrs. Fay BelknalJ and chil- dren of Big ,Stone City are spending a few weeks with her mother, Mrs. A. M Gess. Supt. and Mrs. S. D. Young and three sons of Battle Lake, Minn., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Nitz over the week-end. He was principal of our school eight years ago 6nroute to visit relatives at Sioux Falls, So. Dak. The convention closed Sunday eve- ning with services on the camping grounds near the Yellowbankl churches. About a thousand people were in attendance. All the setwices were well attended and evelwone en- joyed  the speeches and lectures so well rendered andwe hope much good was derived from them. T CORRELL NEWS O P. W. Fruetel motoled to Orton- villa Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dew were Cor- roll callers Saturday. Miss Louise Birk spent Sunday with iends in Ortonyille. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Woods motored to Minneapolis Tuesday. Rudolph Rosk was a business call- er in Appleton Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Lundgren visited l 1 Sunda. out of town "frien(,s I Helen Woods spent a few days last  week with friends in Appleton. ] Mrs. Mike Luchsinger and children I were Ortonville callers Monday. Mr. and Mrs. P. Classen ere, Ap- pleton callers Wednesday night. Mr. anti Mrs. A. Splittassoer and children spent Sunday at Odessa Mr. and Mrs. Mahrla r and family were Appleton callers Saturdag. E. G. Vaughan accompanied a load of hogs to South St. Paul Thursday. Miss and Master Reuter of Parker's Prairie came Sunday to visit a few days at the Jacob Luchsinger home. Mrs. P. W. Fruetel retunmd Satur- day from Norwood where be visited for a few days with friends md la- tires, Mr. and Mrs. ChasJ Hudson and daughters Lucile and Elizabeth and .Bernice Wechsler ,motored to Orton- villa Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. A. Roske and daugh- ters spen Sunday with relatives in Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. A. Semrau and Chil- dren spent Sunday with out-of-town friends. Mr .Elmer Gallow of Renville vis- ited with his cousin Edwin Johnson Tuesday. A. H. Granger left last week for Minneapolis where he will attend sum- mer school. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hudson and Mike Luchsinger were Ortonville call- ers Friday. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hudson of Or- tonviHe visited at the Chas. Hudsbn home Sunday. Rudolph Air spent a few days" last week with friends at the Wise home near Appleton. Oscar Lundgren, Ross Hudson and Vernon Bottge motored to Ortonville Saturday night. Mrs. Helen Maynard has len spending the last few days with rela- tives in Odessa. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Barie and daughters and Ada Bottge visited at Dawson Sunday. Miss Desso left Sunday night for New York where she wil I visit at vari- ous Eastern cities. Miss Lucile Hudson returned Thurs- day from Minneapolis where she has been attending college. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wise and chil- dren Florence and Harold spent Sun- (lay with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. HanD" Fosrdon of Fargo visited with relatives at the Jacob Luchsinger home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luchsinger au- toed to Odessa Sunday where they took Kathleen Hardkopf back to her home after spending a few days visit- Iing. relatives here. AKRON NEWS O Bill Guse visited with the John Mon- son family Sunday. Mrs. K. R. Long motored to Big Stone City, S. D., Tuesday. Christ Schmktt and family motored to )rtonville one day this week. Bill Knolls were Sunday evening callers at Gust Hein and family. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Hein and daugh- ter, Mamie, called on Anton Klages Monday evening. Elsie Klages was visiting with Mrs. George Ulrich of near Rosen the later part of this week. The next Akron women's club will meet at Mrs. Henry. Schmeiehel Fri- day, June 30. Everybody come. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Pearson mo- tored to Milbank Wednesday to call on timir daughter, Mrs:-J Johnson. Mrs. Ernie Krier and son, Cecil, are visiting with their aunt and sister, Mabel Wolfmeyer a few days this week. Mrs. Anton Klages and Mrs. Rich- ard Schmeiche] motored to Big Stone where Mrs. Klages wanted to call on the Big Stone doctor. Staten PuI]is drove to Appleton Tuesday with his son WaFne who had his head bandaged after quite a bad accident which occurred Tuesday. Mr. Richard Schmeichel hnd family and Elsie Klages were among those of this vicinity who attended the big Field Day- at BeIlingham Thursday. I Why Buick Cushions "Ride Easy" " Buick cushions are comfortable on all roads because of their "double-deck" springs and resilient hair pads. The upper springs, which are light and easy.acting, yield to the slightesl road irregularity. T.he lower springs are larger and stiffer. They come into play on rough country roads, carrying the passenger in com- fort over bumps which cause the ordinary scat to "e bottom". Between the springs and the French-plaited leather upholstery are two thick, yielding pads of interlaced hair wbJeh positively pPevent "lumping".. In Buick seat cushions, as in every uther part of the car, is built the quality which has made Buick cars the standard of comparison. t , i A. M. SEMRAU ODESSA, MINN. I , I I Illl  ........ I _ THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT @. * Christ Teseh, who has been serious- ! ARTICHOKE tly ill, passed away at his home Thurs " day evening. Tim family has the sym- Waldemar Jorgenson was an OrtQp( athv f th t" " , p . o e en lie commumty. ville caller Tuesday " num'er  ne ....... -" . .  :k o oI lgnoors gatnered at . Dan Carlson ]s busy pa,ltmg the:: thede,znan VCentland home Saturdav vuiiaings on nis ola home place.  evening to help celebrate his birth- Mrs. J. A. Gabriel and children are  clay. A lunch was served. All re- visiting at H P. Jorgenson this week. Mrs. S. Johnson went o Chicago port a good time. last week to attend the eoriference there. " A few young people had the pleas- ure of attending the chaTivari held in honor of Otto Olsan who was recent- ly married. Mrs. J. A. Gabriel and Mrs. H. P. Jorgenson went to Montevideo Satur- day to visit a few days with Mrs. By- ron E. Roof. A large crowd of people attended th picnic held at Artichoke Lake, Sunday, a very interesting ball game took place and our boys were victori- ous. Hurrah for the Artichoke boys. A very interesting sermon held the attention of a large crowd who at- tended the meeting in the Adventist church Sunday evening. Mr. Olson, Who spoke, told of how things are in Europe at the present time. Mr. Olson has his permanent home in Switzerland. @ @ ] SUNNYSIDE @. Mrs. Wilkie Hary, and Grace autoed to Ortonville Saturday. Charles Thortenson spent Thursday at the home of his uncle, Ole Paul- son. Frank Rosenthal is Spending a few days of this week at his cottage near Foster. H. A. Duerenthal and Dr. Walsh re- turned to their home at Wykoff, Minn.,) Friday. t Harry Billsborrow of Graceville has' been helping Willian Valancy to build; a garage. Miss Lily Anderson visited at the Ing'al Kvatum home a few days of last week. Mr .and Mrs. Geo. Arndt of Oon- ville, spent Satu'day and Sunday at Mart. Arndt's. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hastings and Mr. and Mrs. S. Palmer retm'ned home . Friday fram Hinekley, Minn. Mrs. Ole Fossen and daughter, i Amy, visited with her daughter, Mrs. Julius Skundberg over Sunday. Ed. Erickson, Martin Fossen and l n Raymond were in Ortonvitle4Sat- urday taking taedieal treatments from Dr. Dunn. The Mies Louise Waltz and Georgia Leu Clair of-uperior, Wis.,l arrived last Monday to pend the! summer at Oak Lodge. l Mr. and Mrs. Dax5d Scholberg, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fossen and Mrs. Wil- liam Flesh of Browns Valley attend- ed the Norwegian picnic which was held at P. A. Peterson's last Wednes- day. I WEDDINGS ! @ @ Gerber-Panach. The marriage of Miss Melinda Ger- ber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gerber of Odessa, to Herman Panseh of Odessa was celebrated last Wed- nesday, Rev. Melinat of the Evangeli- cal Lutheran Church performed the ceremony. The bride wore a gown of white pan Satin, French knotted veil, satin slippers, and carried a bride's shower bouquet. Mis Meta Panseh, sister of the groom, who was maid of honor, wore a gown of blue crepe de chine. Leonard Gerber, brother of the bride, was the best man. The wedding march was played by Miss Natalie Melinat. The ceremony was performed in the presence of rel- atives. A reception followed the cere- mony at the home of the bride's par- ents. .The bride and bridegroom have gone on a wedding tour to the Black Hills ond-Hot Springs. i Lindgren-Chamnesg. The marriage of Miss Ruth Lind- gren of Ortonville township to Edgar i Chamness of Colfax, Wis., took place on Thursday, June 2"2, Rev. G. L. Hag- ! gans performing the ceremony. They were attended by the bride's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Anderson. For the past nine years Miss Lind-i gren has been occupied in keepingl house on the old homestead farm,  east of Ortonville, previous to that time -he was numbered among the teachers of the rural school of Big Stone County. 1 Mr. Chamness is engaged in farm- I ing near Colfax, Wis., where they will [ make their future home. I [ --Fireworks of all kinds. Tyler's Variety Store. Advt. ] Prepare to celebrate the Fourth at t [ Ortonville. THURSDAY, JUNE JAZZ PIANO Playing TAUGHT IN 20 LESSONS 50c per lesson Charles Thompson Formerly of Ambassador Cafe, St. Paul ADDRESS-- Care Melody "5" Supreme Orches- tra, Box 522, Ortonville, Minn. NOTICE Every woman coming into om store Saturday will receive one of our combination ice pick,it ice cracker and bottle opener. Extra Special Saturday Only Heavy Chambray Work Shirts 65c SPECIAL All tro01 Pure Worsted Bathing Suits $2.75 Don't forget our 220 weight Eastern Otis Denim Overall for $1.25 Warford & Persson[ HJALMER PETERSON OLLE I SKRATTHULE olo Songs, Duets, Quartets, Stories and Comical Songs, Swedish National Folk Dances, Accordian Music, etc. Tickets at reduced prices, still much better program at 60c, chld:en 30c, war tax included, on sale at Palm's Jewelry Store. Exceptional!y g o o d music by Accordian Ar- tists and Pianist. This is the' last opportunity to see and hear thi famous company now on their xay east. You will regret it if you stay at home when "Olle" and Cam:pany are in town. Company bf nine people, all stars in their latest and different Program. Buy your tickets early and get a seat. Roars of laughter. Olle i Skratthult The foremost Swedish CbmedSan and his popular company back from their western tour where they played to packed houses and turned away business in the larger cities, will appear in a return" engage- ment with a new program at the Orpheum Theatre; Ortonville Monday, July 3, 8:15 p. m. The Play is Givm in the Swedist Language. Swedish National Dancers from Chicago. Warner Noren and Erick Lilja, A ceordian Artists OLGA LINDGIEN This is the most lar company of tainers that "Olle" ever had along and have made the success wherever have appeared. Olga Lindgren Signe Anderson Annar Myhre Warner Noreen Singers and Dancers from Chica / T W erner N0reen & EriCk Lilja Accordian Artists Harry Swanson - Piknist