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June 29, 1922     The Ortonville Independent
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THURSDAY, JUNE 29. 1922 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAE t ERSONAL, SOCIAL tl j AND NEWS ITEMS I t ..... ,I,t Celebrate. the Fourth at Ortmvitle. I J. J. Purcell was a Minneapolis vis- itor Monday. Thomas Rice of Graceville was a caller Monday. J. Arthur Matthews has a carload of cars on track. Mrs. L. Palmer of Clinton @as in Ortonville Tuesday. Orre Huizenga was a business caller in this city Tuesday. Elmer Hausauer has been on the sick list the past week. Joe Leighton arrived Friday after- noon from Minneapolis. Ole I. Steen of Clinton was an Or- tonville visitor Tuesday. Attorney W. C. Preus was a Minne- apolis visitor this week. Geo. L. MoweD" was a business call- er at Gracevitle Tuesday. Mrs. S. C. Hedger of Aberdeen is visiting Mrs. J S. Minord. Mr. and Mrs. I-L Coderre motored to Bonanza Springs Sunday. Miss Gertrude Lynet of Aberdeen is visiting Myrtle Honneggar. Miss Starff of the Pioneer Store visited friends at Clinton Sunday. Mrs. Nellie Scholberg is suffering from an attack of blood poisoning. K. G. Knudson of Clinton trans- acted business in Ortonville Tuesday. W. T. Utley spent Saturday and Sunday in Graceville visiting relatives. Mrs. Theo. Farrington spent the week-end visiting friends in Bear(is- icy. A six-pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Geier Wednesday morn- ing. The Melody "5" Supreme played for a dance at Appleton Wednesday even- ing. Mrs. Sorby of Montevideo visited at the Honneggar cottage over the week end. nn s I J. W. Bernardy of Bonanza Sp " g J was a business caller in this city Fri-+ day. Henry Carlson of Barry is spend- I ing this week visiting, friends in this 1 city. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. C. C. O]sen re- +:urned from Jackson Saturday after-I noon. " " t ! Cy Erickson of Clinton assiszed a the Independent Thursday of this! week. I Orvil Harwood of Hatfield, Mmn.,! has accepted a position at the Pie[ House. i Mr. and Mrs R. B. Hudson spen 1 Sunday at the Chas. Hudson home in Correll. . t Rueben Pflueger and Manley At- i sacker spent Sunday at: Bonanzal Springs i Mr. antl Mrs. Fred Pflueger and son Harvey drove to Bristol, S. D., Monday. John Geenw, Oil Inspector oL Graceville was an Ortonville visitor Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Paul of Browns Valley spent Sunday visiting with H. W. Palm. Mrs. Chas. Bolsta and daughter, Mil- dld, drove hone from Minneapolis Thursday. Miss Leona Harrison of-Madison is visiting at the Soholt cottage on the Peninsula. Harold Bertelson of Fargo, N. D., is visiting a the John Michell home this week+ Iver Satre of Bradish, Nebr.. is is- iting at the Paul Rothi home in Oties- sa township. Walter Snell of Twin Brooks was operated on at the Evangelical hos- pital Monday. J- J. Rude'of Gars.-, Minn., is spend- ing the week with his daughter, M-rs. Art. Sorenson. The Melody "5" Supreme orchestra played for a dance at Hartford Beach Monday evening. Mr. ad Mrs. Frank Weiier and c[tildren of Fargo, N. D., spent Sun- day at the lake. L A. Lien of Grceville attended the meeting of the County Commis- sioners Tuesday. Mrs. Alvin Brown of Appleton vis- ited friends at Chautauqua Park Mon- day and Tuesday. Mrs. Hulda Hanson and Mrs. Irvid Olson visited at the John Spanyer home over Monday. Nels Lundberg of Odessa wa here Tuesday to attend tle County Com- missioner's meeting. Glenn Hudson of Milbank, S, D.. spent Sunday with his parents, Mr: and M--:s. R. B. Hudson. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hezel of Aber- deen, S. D.. opened their cottage at the Peninsula this week. J- P. Johnson was taken sick last Friday with pleurisy. He is some- what better at this writing, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gooder of Mon- tevideo were guests of the Clay fam* 1 ily at Braun's Park Sunday. ] __.Iiss Cora Struck is enjoying a va- wuon rom her duties at the North-! this Friday evening, June 30. / Mrs. Baker and little son Rex of! Bristol, S. D., arrived Wednesday to spend three weeks at the lake. J- J. O'Connor, Pete Trainor and L A. Lien of Graceville were business callers in this city on F-iday. Mrs. A. B. Kaercher, Ross, Lucian Belva drove to Herman, Minn., rday morning on business Mrs. Eme Miller of the Northwes- tern Exchange returned to this city after a two weeks' vacatloll vls|tln her mother at Gladbrook, Ia., and her brother, who is located at Waterloo, Iowa. H. L. Flagiey, Gust Nelson and-C. D. Harding purchased Ford cars of J. Arthur Matthews this week. The Congregational Ladies' .Ad will meet with Mrs. Kate Sparrow Friday p. m., June 30th. All welcame. Mr. and Mrs. William Kirkham of, Pipestone are spending a few days at: the L P. Ley home o90trey lake. Myrtle Honneggar and a party of. friends motored to Hartford Beach i Monday night to attend the dance 1 " i Ben Duett left Sunday for Blunt,. S. D., after spending a few days here visiting his sister, Mrs. Ed. PerrSon. Frank E. Healey-.of Hancock and  J. O. Ralston of Chicago attended to business matters in this city Wednes- day. Mrs. Earl Bletcher, accompanied by Mrs. J. L. Meek of Palo Alto, Calif., left Friday morning for Sioux Falls, S. D. The Ladies Aid of the M. E. church will hold a food sale at Kollitz's store Saturday, July 1, beginning at 3:00 p. ,1. Miss and Master Router of Parkers' Prairie came Sunday to visit for a few days at the Jacob Luchsinger home. Thomas Hackett of Lake City, Iowa, who has been a guest at the W. F. Mullica home since Saturday left Wed: nesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Korte and son, Mr. and Mrs. Walter of Aberdeen were week-end guest sat the William O'Neil cottage. The Madison Camp Fire girls, who l have been camping at McGee's Park I the past- two weeks, broke campl Thursday. I Mrs. M. J. Klinkhammer and ehil- 1 dren returned home Tuesday from, Osakis, where they visited relatives for a week. Paul A. Rothi and Iver Satre left for Belview, Minn., where they will attend the meeting of the "Nord- fjordstevne." Mrs. Daniel Stolsmark and son, Bert, of Langford, S. D., speht a few days this week visiting at the Rev. Walseth home i Mr and Mrs. Frank Hams, Mrs. M.i Schaible, Mr. and Mrs. M. Pratt and l Mr. and Mrs. Hadley spent Sunday at l Hartford Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bremer and.i little son returned to their home at Aberdeen, S. D., after a week's stay at the Peninsula. _ Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Irwin of Aber- I deen, S. D., anqved Saturday for a! few day's outing on the lake. They i were guests at the C. E. Bremer cot-[ rage. I C. A. Fosnes, attorney at Monte- i video was a business caller in Orton- i ville Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Fosnes is a candidate for Judge in that Dis-t trict. 1 Floyd Schoen at-rived home Tuesday 1 afternoon from Chicago where he has been att/nding school for a short visit l with his pare-:'+Mr, and Mrs. Mar-{ tin Schwa/ I Miss Emma Steffen who has been Mr. and Mrs. A1 Jaynes. and (laugh-i ......................................................................................... sperrdmg a few days witJ her parents, ter, Geraldine, Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Ralph*+ near Bellingham, re'urn'd to this i Collins of Vermillion, S. D., arrived I city Friday evening i Sunday + afternoon to spend a week at, Mis:-: Agnes Rogosia:ka and Ruth: the lake camping and fishing. visited Barry and Beardsley on', Charles Thompson, for the lgst nine I Coloy Monday and Odessa and Correll 5n: months pianist at tle famous Ambas- Tuesday of this week. i sador Cafe of St. Paul, arrived Sun- On Friday afternoon the Ladies of day to accept a position in Harding's the M. E. churci entertained Mrs. H. Melody "5" Supreme Orchestra. L. Haggans at the James Bailey home. Lula Richert, chief operator of the Refreshments were served. Northwestern Telephone Exchange, is Bee Jobe, Willis Jobe and Mark enjoying a two weeks' vacation frc,m Stephenson of Aberdeen spent the her/duties, and Mrs. Ann Sackett is week-end as house guests of Miss taking her place as chief opierator. Marion Kelly at the Peninsula. Joe Leighton is relieving Frank --Single Mesh Hair Nets 5 cents Briggs as linotype operator this" week Each. Saturday Special Tyler's Va- at the Ortonvflle Star. Frank is en- fiery Store. Advt. joying a much needed vacation. ' .... Last Sunday morning Mrs. W. J. Logan had an operation for appendi. citis at the local hospital and is do, / ing very nicely at this writing. Extra Mi Ruth Colby of Minneapolis, who is on the Child Welfare Board, left Wednesday. While here she was b 00l-pec'a" the guest of Miss Helen Michell. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hadley of Mapleton, Minn., arrived Thursday by car to visit Mr. and Mrs. Pratt. Mrs. I Hadley is a sister of Mr. Pratt. Mrs. Katherine Geiger of Fairmont, Minn., who has been visiting at the Genuine Mexican Gus Anderson home, will visit friends Shopping Basket at Wilmot, S. D., for two weeks. Frank Douglas, pianist with the FREE Melody "5" Supreme orchestra left Sunday afternoon for Minneapolis to With Purchase of relieve the pianist at the Nanikin. 5 Pounds Herbert Bolsta returned Tuesday night from the twin cities. While "Gold Bond" there he attended the State Executive l meeting which was hehl at St. Paul. ! Coffee Ms. M. Soholt, Esther Soholt and Rudolph Soholt from Madison, Minn.,l at the regular price arrived Tuesday evening for an out- i "C" ing at their cottage at the Peninsula.i GRADE Mr. and Mr's. A. W. Barnette of i Chaska were guests at the Wm. Eaton I 5 Pounds cottage Wednesday. They were re-' $1.75 "B" GRADE 5 Pounds $2.00 Only a limited num- ber of baskets so get yours while we have them on hand. H. KOLLITZ ODESSA, MINN. turning home from a visit with friends; m South Dakota. i Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Howe and little t son Russell of Clinton left Ortonvillel t Tuesday mornmg on the Flyer for! Lamberton to attend the wedding of Mr Howe s sster. ! i D. W Rtggs and family of Chwago arrayed Tuesday to spend the sum-: mer camping a the lake Mr. Riggs and family are going to occupy the'. H. W. Palm cottage ! Geo. Nelson left Monday for Eleva,! Wis., to visit friends. He will })el away about a week or teh days and i in his absence Gust Rothi is taking his ! place in the shoe shp. ! Mr. and Mrs. T. F. O'Brien and l daughter, Mrs. Ben Hlggin of Water-il town and Mrs. James Hollern of T,,s-+'. kilwa, Ill., visited at F. H McAtee:il home Sunday and Monday. t l Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gohl of Bigil Stone left Thursday "morning by car i for Sioux Falls, S. D., accompanied by i Kenneth, who expec to spend the re- mainder of the summer there. i i I i I II ii i nuumunuunnnnnunnnnnunnnlnunnnu unnnJnamunwunnnnnnnu nn !nuunnn 00OME in .and !et. us show. you the quaint dmmg suite fllu. s trated above m the Cromewald oak fimsh. Many other of the late creations in dining furniture to choose from in oak, walnut and mahogany. Also a great variety of Buffets, Tables and Chairs which we sell separately. IIIIInllllll Schoen:Swenson Furniture Co. Ortonville, Minnesota Peace of Mind .... !71 ...... Peace of mind, is assured toY0u, if you have a sum of money in the bank. When you know absolutely, that you have a "rainy day" remedy, you don't know how good you feel. And it's surprisingly easy to have a: tidy sum, laid away, when once you have made a start. Regular saving, is what counts. 'Our savings department will help you to have peace of mind. The First National Bank 0rtonville, Minnesota Soaps! Soaps! i Q i P @ G WHITE NAPTHA 10 Bars for 55c BOX 100 BARS $4.85 EXTRA SPECIAL! 0" BARS KIRK'S FLAKE WHITE and [01 10 BARS JAP ROSE ii P O G LUNA SOAP 10 Bars for 45c 0 Box 120:bars iii i , , , P O G LENOX SOAP For Scrubbing , 10 bars for 40c Box 120 bars t;4.40 i I ] II I iii I i P & G Ivory Flakes 3 packages 29c , I I I I I t t I It " " n Buy Ths Combmatm Offer Brands-- Usual Price 8 P & G Naptha, 7c ............................... $ .56 1 Ivory Flakes ........................................... 10 4 Len0x, , 5c ............................................... 2u 2 Ivory, 10c 0 4 Luna, 5c. .................................................. 20 2 Star Naptha Powder, 5c .................... 10 21 Packages. Regular  Pace ................ $1.36 All for $1.00 KOLLITZ Merc. Co. Open until noon July 4th. Forenoon deliveries. Peninsula at 12:00 o'clock.