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PAGE4 THE ORTONWILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, JULY I" ODESSA Mrs. R. 1 Bohn and children Went tG Milbank Wednesday to spen a few days. Quite a number from here are at- tending the different sessions of the Chautauqua. Mr... r, lmer Conrad left WeJae-'day fr a feb" day- visit with frien:is at Glenwood Lake. Mrs. O. G. Olson, Mrs. Pearl Lar- son and daughter, E4ith were passen- gers to Appleton Monday. Mrs. J. Kolb of Long Beach, Calif., arrved Thursday to visit her brother, Victor Schrader and his family. A Walther League Rally was held at the village hall Wednesday vea- ing. Rev. Mueller of Madison pre- sided. " Mr. and Mrs. Fred Luise and family of Ellendale, N D., ale spending lhe week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Krier. A. Hoppenstedt and family are pending the week with relatives at Gibbon, and St. Paul. J. C. Wanous is filling his position at the depot. .Word was received here this week that the pupils of Miss Schad's room had won the county prze in the Htalth Crusade for the past year. Miss Leota Bohn, Misses Laura Reindl, Theodore Melinat, Leonard Gerber and Daniel Cheadle went to Big Stone City Tuesday morning to spend i four days with the other members of the Boys and Girls Club of the coun- try. l  0TREY I Arthur Anderson visited with friends here Sunday evening. Mrs. J. Jenson and daughter Kate made a trip to Ortonville Saturday. The Young People's Society met at Peter Holme's last Sunday afternoon. Merriam and Miss Amanda Hanson were Odessa visitors Friday evening. Mrs. S." Svor entertained the Nor- wegian Ladies' Aid last Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Z. Holman and Mrs. F. Ho]man called at the Cronen home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Martha Ellingson left last week for Aberdeen, S. D., where she will spend the swnmer. The Martin Larson and Gjengdahl families from near Clinton were guests at the Carl Hjelmeland home Sunday. The Eidskog Young People's So- ciety met in church Sunday evening. A very large crowd was in attendance. Miss Loville, Miss Bernadine and Raymond Cronen visited at the An- drew Steen home Wednesday after- noon. Mrs. C. Cronen accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shellenbarger to Sis- ton, S. D., the first of the week, where they visited with relatives. : CORRELL NEWS . Frank Draffehn returned from Min- neapolis Wednesday. Fordice Hudson is the owner of a new Ford touring ear. Mr. and Mrs. C. Bottge spent Sun- da in Renville this week. M. and Mrs. P. D. Yaughan were Ortonvilte callers Tuesday. Ralph Moore went to Ortonville Saturday night to visit friends. Mrs. Ella Shepard is visiting friends in Nassau for a short time. The Misses Ruth and Mac Barie returned Wednesday from, Dason. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Luchsinger and family motored to Holloway Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Zimmerman and son Ben went to Ortonville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. Wechsler and fam- it spent Sunday at Big Stone Lake. The Ladies' Ai d is ving a picnic Thursday on Jacob Luchsinger's yard. Ir. and Mrs, Grumshrud of Apple- ton visited friends in Correll Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Semrau and family went to Odessa Sunday even- ) @ NORTH PRIOR [ Several from this community spent ;unday at the lake. Walter Roselund spent last Sunday :t the Oscar Lofgren home. Mrs. Eli Stotesbery, Sidney and Miss :.ydia Stotesbery, were callers in Or- I tonville last Thursday. I i Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Starter and, daughter Jane visited at the Charles Salmonson florae Sunday. The Stepheny church will give an .e Cream social ak the Alfred Ham- her home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Urias Stotesbery and Mr. and Mrs. Russel ,Stotesbery of Wa- tertown, S. D., visited at the E. Stotes- bery home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Thorval Jorvig of Min- neapolis and Dan Linnee of Monte- video and Mr. and Mrs. Sol Gustafson were visitors at the Ed. Gustafson home Saturday evening. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank our many friends and neighbors and relatives for their help during the illness of our husband and father, and also to the OrtonviHe quartette and to those who at his de pressed their sympathy with the rDy :beautifulfloral offerings. --Mrs. Peter J. Thomson and Fire Department Called Out But Fire Quenched Fire fighters on the OrtonVille de- partment came and went last Tuesday afternoon, doing nothing but getting the fire apparatus on the scene of the supposed conflagration, only to find it was out. Now the city is out--ou': about fifty dollars that the members of the department will draw for ans- wering the call. The alarm was tmed in when some grass on the bank of the lot adjoining the Odd Fellows building caught five The fire was started when some oi(! paper fro The independent office was being buied in a container for this purpose. It seems that the wind whip- ped out some of it, igniting the grass. When this was first noticed the fire was beaten out, but it started up again in an old paper box which was palatial - ly lighted. No damage whatever re- sulted. Luther Societies Plan Outing at Simpson Park Young people of the Norwegian Lu- theran churches of Clinton, Appleton, Ortonville, Louiburg, and Wheaton will hold a meeting at  Chautauqua Park on July. 31, it was announced Children.  by Rev. S. M. Moe of Clinton. There lwill be services in the forenoon at tIighland Farmers Club. which Rev. M. Andrews of Wheaton The Highland Farmers Club will will preach. At noon there will be meet in the High. land school north of la picnic dinner. The afternoon pro- Odessa this Friday, July 15. A goodl gram begins at 2:30. The speaker progi:am has been arranged. Every-!for this has not yet been obtained. A one is invited to come. feature of the program will be a song !service by a joint choir of the choirs --Have you heard about it? Some-i of all the churches. More than a thing different--a real dance, with!hundred choir members will take part real musicat Hartford Beach, S. D.,iin the program. For the last month Wednesday evening, July 20. Boatl the different choirs have been practis- service at Foster. iing the songs which will be sung. i Good Plugs Good Tires Good Gasoline Good Oil Good supplies of all kinds at Reasonable Prices Consistent with Good Quality The Park Garage Ohampion Dependable Spark Plugs ii II U I I II III I | I Hart Shaffner & Marx ing. I Miss Alice Clapp of Appleton 0000'couwry.] t vigiting Mrs. W. Shepard for a few ... days. Mr. and Mrs. William Shepard and Mrs c. ,urge moed  Appleton club , Thursday. John DeWall  of LeMurs, Iowa, spent a'few days in Correll last week visit-I ,,, I.  fl. , ing relatives. The Larkin Construction company finished their work on the road near Correll this week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hudson and '|'HEY'RE the latest ,family visited relatives at Big Stone JL developments i n City last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Guthnecht and styles for recreation-- family and Miss Barhardt spent Sun- lively, striking, and yet day in Bellingham. the sort of clothes you can wear to business without feeling in the least conspicuous. The new summer styles are here now; splendid all-wool fabrics; correct tailoring; moderate cost Clarence Draffehn, Mrs- J. H. Woods and Mrs. A. L. Woods motored to :Minneapolis Sunday. R. D. Graham, Mrs. Chas. Barie's father, arrived from Montana Wedns- flay tO visit relatives, r. Coori, prentatlve for the J. H. Allen's Grocery company, was a business caller in Correll TueAday. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Fruetel mo- tored to Ortonville Sunday to visit thir daughter, Miss Kathryn Fruetel. " Mrs. Kathryn Comight arrived from St. Louis, Mo. this week to lrpend a few wee at the P. D. Vaugh- an home. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luehsinger and family motored to Watertown, S. D., Sunday to visit Matt Luehsinger who is in the hospital there. Theodore Weehsler, Miss Elizabeth Hudson, David and Miss Gladys CoMe- man went to Big Stone City Tales- day to attend the Outing Week held by boys and girls who took part in uh work during the past year. $25 to $50 Grosenick's Hats Reblockd Dry Cleaning Dyeing Copyright 1921 Hart Schaffner & Marx I ! H I II I I I ] ] I Ill I IIIll .........  ..... [I I I I ...... I I IIII B. E. Albers autoed up from Car- roh, Iowa, Wednesday to look after hi$ farming interests in this county I I I Ill Ready to Wear for the Older Man You've envied the young man's ability to buy ready-to- wear clothes. You needn't any more. 0rtonville Meat Market Lundstrom & Geisel, Props. SPECIAL SALE Saturday, July 16 Beef Roast ...................................... 12c Beef Stew ........................................ 7c Veal Stew ........................................ 10c Spare Ribs ...................................... 12c Picnic Hams .................................... 22c 10 pound, Pail Lard ........................ $1.25 5 pound, Pail Lard ....................... 65 3 pound, Pail Lard ....................... 40 The Lard will be sold for Cash Only. Come in and get yours. We can fit you whether you be stout, thin, short, or tall. Here you get inexpensive clothes that give you the appearance y o u want. The New Style Shop PALM E. B, PERSSON, Proprietor. , The Jeweler ii iii The July Victor Records are here UNIVERSITY iO0 Brad D PRODUCT.s: WE are to in business serve you not simply by selling you food but by selling you foods which will be so satisfactory that you will come back to us for more. In order that we may be certain that our canned goods will give complete satisfaction we buy only brands of proven quality, brands' that we know are right. University Foods can always be re- lied upon because their high quality is constantly maintained and their price is so reasonable that after using them you will always demand them. KOLLITZ'S Odessa - - Minn. PAGE4 THE ORTONWILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, JULY I" ODESSA Mrs. R. 1 Bohn and children Went tG Milbank Wednesday to spen a few days. Quite a number from here are at- tending the different sessions of the Chautauqua. Mr... r, lmer Conrad left WeJae-'day fr a feb" day- visit with frien:is at Glenwood Lake. Mrs. O. G. Olson, Mrs. Pearl Lar- son and daughter, E4ith were passen- gers to Appleton Monday. Mrs. J. Kolb of Long Beach, Calif., arrved Thursday to visit her brother, Victor Schrader and his family. A Walther League Rally was held at the village hall Wednesday vea- ing. Rev. Mueller of Madison pre- sided. " Mr. and Mrs. Fred Luise and family of Ellendale, N D., ale spending lhe week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Krier. A. Hoppenstedt and family are pending the week with relatives at Gibbon, and St. Paul. J. C. Wanous is filling his position at the depot. .Word was received here this week that the pupils of Miss Schad's room had won the county prze in the Htalth Crusade for the past year. Miss Leota Bohn, Misses Laura Reindl, Theodore Melinat, Leonard Gerber and Daniel Cheadle went to Big Stone City Tuesday morning to spend i four days with the other members of the Boys and Girls Club of the coun- try. l  0TREY I Arthur Anderson visited with friends here Sunday evening. Mrs. J. Jenson and daughter Kate made a trip to Ortonville Saturday. The Young People's Society met at Peter Holme's last Sunday afternoon. Merriam and Miss Amanda Hanson were Odessa visitors Friday evening. Mrs. S." Svor entertained the Nor- wegian Ladies' Aid last Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Z. Holman and Mrs. F. Ho]man called at the Cronen home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Martha Ellingson left last week for Aberdeen, S. D., where she will spend the swnmer. The Martin Larson and Gjengdahl families from near Clinton were guests at the Carl Hjelmeland home Sunday. The Eidskog Young People's So- ciety met in church Sunday evening. A very large crowd was in attendance. Miss Loville, Miss Bernadine and Raymond Cronen visited at the An- drew Steen home Wednesday after- noon. Mrs. C. Cronen accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shellenbarger to Sis- ton, S. D., the first of the week, where they visited with relatives. : CORRELL NEWS . Frank Draffehn returned from Min- neapolis Wednesday. Fordice Hudson is the owner of a new Ford touring ear. Mr. and Mrs. C. Bottge spent Sun- da in Renville this week. M. and Mrs. P. D. Yaughan were Ortonvilte callers Tuesday. Ralph Moore went to Ortonville Saturday night to visit friends. Mrs. Ella Shepard is visiting friends in Nassau for a short time. The Misses Ruth and Mac Barie returned Wednesday from, Dason. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Luchsinger and family motored to Holloway Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Zimmerman and son Ben went to Ortonville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. Wechsler and fam- it spent Sunday at Big Stone Lake. The Ladies' Ai d is ving a picnic Thursday on Jacob Luchsinger's yard. Ir. and Mrs, Grumshrud of Apple- ton visited friends in Correll Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Semrau and family went to Odessa Sunday even- ) @ NORTH PRIOR [ Several from this community spent ;unday at the lake. Walter Roselund spent last Sunday :t the Oscar Lofgren home. Mrs. Eli Stotesbery, Sidney and Miss :.ydia Stotesbery, were callers in Or- I tonville last Thursday. I i Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Starter and, daughter Jane visited at the Charles Salmonson florae Sunday. The Stepheny church will give an .e Cream social ak the Alfred Ham- her home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Urias Stotesbery and Mr. and Mrs. Russel ,Stotesbery of Wa- tertown, S. D., visited at the E. Stotes- bery home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Thorval Jorvig of Min- neapolis and Dan Linnee of Monte- video and Mr. and Mrs. Sol Gustafson were visitors at the Ed. Gustafson home Saturday evening. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank our many friends and neighbors and relatives for their help during the illness of our husband and father, and also to the OrtonviHe quartette and to those who at his de pressed their sympathy with the rDy :beautifulfloral offerings. --Mrs. Peter J. Thomson and Fire Department Called Out But Fire Quenched Fire fighters on the OrtonVille de- partment came and went last Tuesday afternoon, doing nothing but getting the fire apparatus on the scene of the supposed conflagration, only to find it was out. Now the city is out--ou': about fifty dollars that the members of the department will draw for ans- wering the call. The alarm was tmed in when some grass on the bank of the lot adjoining the Odd Fellows building caught five The fire was started when some oi(! paper fro The independent office was being buied in a container for this purpose. It seems that the wind whip- ped out some of it, igniting the grass. When this was first noticed the fire was beaten out, but it started up again in an old paper box which was palatial - ly lighted. No damage whatever re- sulted. Luther Societies Plan Outing at Simpson Park Young people of the Norwegian Lu- theran churches of Clinton, Appleton, Ortonville, Louiburg, and Wheaton will hold a meeting at  Chautauqua Park on July. 31, it was announced Children.  by Rev. S. M. Moe of Clinton. There lwill be services in the forenoon at tIighland Farmers Club. which Rev. M. Andrews of Wheaton The Highland Farmers Club will will preach. At noon there will be meet in the High. land school north of la picnic dinner. The afternoon pro- Odessa this Friday, July 15. A goodl gram begins at 2:30. The speaker progi:am has been arranged. Every-!for this has not yet been obtained. A one is invited to come. feature of the program will be a song !service by a joint choir of the choirs --Have you heard about it? Some-i of all the churches. More than a thing different--a real dance, with!hundred choir members will take part real musicat Hartford Beach, S. D.,iin the program. For the last month Wednesday evening, July 20. Boatl the different choirs have been practis- service at Foster. iing the songs which will be sung. i Good Plugs Good Tires Good Gasoline Good Oil Good supplies of all kinds at Reasonable Prices Consistent with Good Quality The Park Garage Ohampion Dependable Spark Plugs ii II U I I II III I | I Hart Shaffner & Marx ing. I Miss Alice Clapp of Appleton 0000'couwry.] t vigiting Mrs. W. Shepard for a few ... days. Mr. and Mrs. William Shepard and Mrs c. ,urge moed  Appleton club , Thursday. John DeWall  of LeMurs, Iowa, spent a'few days in Correll last week visit-I ,,, I.  fl. , ing relatives. The Larkin Construction company finished their work on the road near Correll this week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hudson and '|'HEY'RE the latest ,family visited relatives at Big Stone JL developments i n City last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Guthnecht and styles for recreation-- family and Miss Barhardt spent Sun- lively, striking, and yet day in Bellingham. the sort of clothes you can wear to business without feeling in the least conspicuous. The new summer styles are here now; splendid all-wool fabrics; correct tailoring; moderate cost Clarence Draffehn, Mrs- J. H. Woods and Mrs. A. L. Woods motored to :Minneapolis Sunday. R. D. Graham, Mrs. Chas. Barie's father, arrived from Montana Wedns- flay tO visit relatives, r. Coori, prentatlve for the J. H. Allen's Grocery company, was a business caller in Correll TueAday. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Fruetel mo- tored to Ortonville Sunday to visit thir daughter, Miss Kathryn Fruetel. " Mrs. Kathryn Comight arrived from St. Louis, Mo. this week to lrpend a few wee at the P. D. Vaugh- an home. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luehsinger and family motored to Watertown, S. D., Sunday to visit Matt Luehsinger who is in the hospital there. Theodore Weehsler, Miss Elizabeth Hudson, David and Miss Gladys CoMe- man went to Big Stone City Tales- day to attend the Outing Week held by boys and girls who took part in uh work during the past year. $25 to $50 Grosenick's Hats Reblockd Dry Cleaning Dyeing Copyright 1921 Hart Schaffner & Marx I ! H I II I I I ] ] I Ill I IIIll .........  ..... [I I I I ...... I I IIII B. E. Albers autoed up from Car- roh, Iowa, Wednesday to look after hi$ farming interests in this county I I I Ill Ready to Wear for the Older Man You've envied the young man's ability to buy ready-to- wear clothes. You needn't any more. 0rtonville Meat Market Lundstrom & Geisel, Props. SPECIAL SALE Saturday, July 16 Beef Roast ...................................... 12c Beef Stew ........................................ 7c Veal Stew ........................................ 10c Spare Ribs ...................................... 12c Picnic Hams .................................... 22c 10 pound, Pail Lard ........................ $1.25 5 pound, Pail Lard ....................... 65 3 pound, Pail Lard ....................... 40 The Lard will be sold for Cash Only. Come in and get yours. We can fit you whether you be stout, thin, short, or tall. Here you get inexpensive clothes that give you the appearance y o u want. The New Style Shop PALM E. B, PERSSON, Proprietor. , The Jeweler ii iii The July Victor Records are here UNIVERSITY iO0 Brad D PRODUCT.s: WE are to in business serve you not simply by selling you food but by selling you foods which will be so satisfactory that you will come back to us for more. In order that we may be certain that our canned goods will give complete satisfaction we buy only brands of proven quality, brands' that we know are right. University Foods can always be re- lied upon because their high quality is constantly maintained and their price is so reasonable that after using them you will always demand them. KOLLITZ'S Odessa - - Minn. pA6E4 THE ORTO'VILLE INDEPENDENT Fire Department Called  E AIboo uo,d p f..n Ca- 7 ODESSA i  NORTH PRIOR n.B .......... hedl ............................... __ -- __ vu  ,  u fi falndng interet in this c,,,int @ Mr It. R. Bohn and ehiid went Several fm this community spel of the depmtm--iitl t Milbank Wedn=day to spends f ;unday at the lake. Fi fighters on the Otouille de- days. Waiter Roselund spent It Sunda partmen t e and went It Tuesday Qmt a number fm here a at :t the O Lofg home. aften, doing nothing' but getting tending the diffent seio of the M. Eli Stotesberv, Sidney and Mi the  apparatus on the scene of the ChauLauqu .ydia Stotesbery, were eallera in O suppod nlagration, only to find Mr.. Ehoer Conrad left Wotneay tonvi]] e last Thursday. it was out. Now the city is out-aut 1tomb f a  da- visit with frlenls at Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Signer and about fifty dollars that the members Glenwood lmke. daughter Jane visited at the Charles for M O. G Olon, {. Pri Lar almanso n ome Sunday. wering the call. n and daughter* E4ith we lmssen- The fitepheny church wiB give an The alarm was tued in when some i gers t Appleton Monday. M. $. KoIb of Long Beth, Calif., e Cream social the Alfred 14am- gra on the bank of the lot adjoining srved Thursday to visit her brother, nor home Saturday enig the Odd Fellows hui]dlng caught r ] Victor Schader nd his family. Mr. and M. Urias Stotesber and The fi was started when some old paper fro The Independent om xv A Walther Leag Rally w held Mr. and Ms. Rusl .Stotesbery of We- being bused in a container for this at the village hall Wednesday wen- rtown, S. D. visited at the E. Stote- purpose, It seem that the wind whip- ig, Rev. Mue]ler of Madin p- bery home Friday. sided .......... T ............... PedhOutme:f s  'r tgnnito ge h bge r r e - Mr. and M. Fred Lue and family neapolls and Dan Linnee of Monte- . , "d M d M S I f  ,va beaten out, but tt started up again of Elidale, N D., e spending Ie v] eo al. r. an re. o Gusta eon in an old paper box which wag partial wk with her parent' Mr" and Ma" We w- h t th k o f " d Luther Societies Plan we vtsttom at the Ed. Gsfson iv li hted No dame e whatever home Saturday evening, galtq g ug. Krlel. A. Hoppenstedt d famiIy are apePxling the wk with mlativ at Card of Thanks. Gibbon, d St. Paul. J. C. Wanous is o an ur many usa s . . L filling hig position at the depot- and neighbors d ]atives for their Outing at Simpson Park .Word w received he this week help during the i]lnesa of our husband[ that the pupils of Miss Sehad's om and father, d aso to the Ortenville I Yung people of the Noveglan Lu qtmxtte and to those who at his theran churches of Clinton, Appleton. had n the county prze iv the leres d their sympathy withIOrtonville! Htalth Cade for the past year. lsulbm'g Wheaten Miss Leota Bohn, Mis Laura the pybeadtiful'floral offerings, i wil] hold a mting at-Chautauqua Reindl, Thdor Melinat, Leonard --Mrs. Peter J. Thomn and [ Park on July. 31, it was announced Gerber and Daniel Oeadle t to Big Children. I by Rev. S, M. Moe of Clinton. There sto City Tuesday morning to spend ---- i will be services in the forenoon at ' .................................. d .............. [ ................................. eriag 3mnb tile Boys and Girl Club of the eoun- The Highland Fae Club will will preach. At noon the will be *q meet in the HJgl)land school north of a picnic dinner. The aftezmoon pl  I ............................ I .......................... (letht 0+- M pgam ht been arrange* Every- for this has net yet been obtained. A .[  lEy [ I one is invited to come. feature of tile plgram will be a song --0 -- setwie e by a joit choir of the choirs .................................................... Some'' ................ M ....... Ready to Wear he Sunday evening, thing differeat--a real (lance, with hundred choir members will take part Mra' J' Jenan a"d daughter Kate 'an[ musit Hartford Beth' S" D" in the prgr" Fro" the last m*nth for the Peter olme's lmt Sday afternoon, l made a trip to Ortonville Saturday Wednesday evening, July 20. Boht the different choirs have been practi$- ............. ,ss ......................................  .... Older Man  Odsa visitors Fday evenlng. You've envied the M. S. Svor entertained the Nor  young man's ability wegian Ladies' Aid last Wednesday . ..... Good Plugs Good Tires to buy ready-to- Mr, and Mr Z. Holman and Mrs. Good Gasoline Good Oil wea,- clothes You Sunday aftemoo needn't any more. Mr M ................... Good supplies of all kinds wk for Aberdeen, .S.D., whe she ill spend the sunmer. W (3 C a n fit you Z MUn ]n and at Reasonable Prices Consistent wih w h e t h e r you be at th e Car[ Helmel d home Sday Good Quality stout, thin, short, or The Eidskog Yog People's So- tall. Here you get eiety met in church Sunday eye,ins inexpensive clothes ....... The Park Garage M iue Lville, that give you the Raymond Cnen visite at drew Steen home Wednesday appearance y o U Mrs. C Cren aompaned Mr d MS. Claude Shellenbarger to Sis. "'  .... New Style Shop where they visited with latlves. " CORREL  liln.bl e Slil.lr llltll E.B. PERSSON, Proprietor* Frank Draffehn retd rom Mi APN neapolh Wedneay. _ ,,"t" o*dice Hon is me . w Ford touring r, Mr. and Mrs. C. Bottge epent S- day in RenvilIe this wk. Mr, ad Mr P. D Vaughan were OrtonviHe callers Tuesday. Ralph Mre went to Stday night to sit frlend Mr EUa Shepard e vsiting friend in Nasu for a short time. he Misses Ruth and M Ratio turned Wednesday from Dan. Mr. and Mr Job Lu*hsinger and fily motored to Holloway Sday. Mr. a on Bea went to Ortonville Sda. ....... h00,.r od,a00 Hart fl spent Sday at Big Stone Lake. The Ladies' Ai 4 is gvmg a picnic 0o Shaffner r. nd Mrs. GrUmshrud of App] ton visited friend in Co}l Sunday.   Mr. and M, Albert Semrau aud .......... . ....... .y .,.arx ingMis Ali e Clapp of Appleton i ............... few onunrrv. ........ lub rs. G, Barie motored to Appleton * John DeWa[I of LtMars, Iowa, spent ........... models The rLkin eonstru*on Inihed their work o rrl this w Mr.  m Ch. au. nd THEY'RE the latest N .famil7 vNted relatlv at Big Stone & developments i n Oty let Sday. m. d . Ot styles for recreation-- fil7 d Mira Barhardt spent Sun lively, striMng, and yet day in BeSlnghlmL tile sort of clothes you and M. A. L WoMs motored a wear to business MinneapeS Smokey. . v. 6rm, M. C fhe% without feeling in the ffather, at'ved from bloat ann Wedu a th t r*l* least, conspicuous. r. r Ipentatlve for the J, H. Allen'e Grocery company, The lew summer styles business ller in Carroll Tmmday. are here now; splendid tared to OrtonNlle Smlday to 4it all-wool fabrics; correct N tlr ust, Mi. Kathn el. tailoring; moderate cost Mra. Kathnm Caqght fm st Lo, Me,, this week to ..--.,...n,- $25 to $50 an home. Mr. and Mra Mike LveSslnger and Imilp motorl to Watrtaa, S. D., is in the hospital there. qeodo Wler S Hudn. David and Miss Gladys Corde- n t o Big StoN City Te- Nail ]lbl[gd da to atmad the autos Wk ,eld Dr/ Clning D.ing Nub work dm'h*g the  Ftmr. THURSDAY, JULY 1 0rt0nville Meat Market Lundstrom & Geisel, Props. SPECIAL SALE Saturday, July 16 Beef Roast ....................... 12tAc Beef Stew ............. 7e Veal Stew ............... lOc Spare Ribs ......................... 12e Picnic Hams ........................... 22e 10 pound, Pall Lard .................. $L25 5 pound, Pail Lard ..................... 65 3 pound, Pail Lail ............ 40 The Lard will be sold for Cash Only. Come in and get yours. The July Victor Records are here PALM, The Jeweler WE are in business to serve you not simply by selling you food but by selling you foods which will be so satisfactory that ou will come back to us or more. In order that we may be certain that our canned goods will give complete satisfaction we buy only brands of proven quality, brands' that we know are right. University Foods can always be re- lied upon because their high quality is constantly maintained and their price is so reasonable that after using them you will always demand them. KOLLITZ'S Odessa Minn. PAGE4 THE ORTONWILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, JULY I" ODESSA Mrs. R. 1 Bohn and children Went tG Milbank Wednesday to spen a few days. Quite a number from here are at- tending the different sessions of the Chautauqua. Mr... r, lmer Conrad left WeJae-'day fr a feb" day- visit with frien:is at Glenwood Lake. Mrs. O. G. Olson, Mrs. Pearl Lar- son and daughter, E4ith were passen- gers to Appleton Monday. Mrs. J. Kolb of Long Beach, Calif., arrved Thursday to visit her brother, Victor Schrader and his family. A Walther League Rally was held at the village hall Wednesday vea- ing. Rev. Mueller of Madison pre- sided. " Mr. and Mrs. Fred Luise and family of Ellendale, N D., ale spending lhe week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Krier. A. Hoppenstedt and family are pending the week with relatives at Gibbon, and St. Paul. J. C. Wanous is filling his position at the depot. .Word was received here this week that the pupils of Miss Schad's room had won the county prze in the Htalth Crusade for the past year. Miss Leota Bohn, Misses Laura Reindl, Theodore Melinat, Leonard Gerber and Daniel Cheadle went to Big Stone City Tuesday morning to spend i four days with the other members of the Boys and Girls Club of the coun- try. l  0TREY I Arthur Anderson visited with friends here Sunday evening. Mrs. J. Jenson and daughter Kate made a trip to Ortonville Saturday. The Young People's Society met at Peter Holme's last Sunday afternoon. Merriam and Miss Amanda Hanson were Odessa visitors Friday evening. Mrs. S." Svor entertained the Nor- wegian Ladies' Aid last Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Z. Holman and Mrs. F. Ho]man called at the Cronen home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Martha Ellingson left last week for Aberdeen, S. D., where she will spend the swnmer. The Martin Larson and Gjengdahl families from near Clinton were guests at the Carl Hjelmeland home Sunday. The Eidskog Young People's So- ciety met in church Sunday evening. A very large crowd was in attendance. Miss Loville, Miss Bernadine and Raymond Cronen visited at the An- drew Steen home Wednesday after- noon. Mrs. C. Cronen accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shellenbarger to Sis- ton, S. D., the first of the week, where they visited with relatives. : CORRELL NEWS . Frank Draffehn returned from Min- neapolis Wednesday. Fordice Hudson is the owner of a new Ford touring ear. Mr. and Mrs. C. Bottge spent Sun- da in Renville this week. M. and Mrs. P. D. Yaughan were Ortonvilte callers Tuesday. Ralph Moore went to Ortonville Saturday night to visit friends. Mrs. Ella Shepard is visiting friends in Nassau for a short time. The Misses Ruth and Mac Barie returned Wednesday from, Dason. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Luchsinger and family motored to Holloway Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Zimmerman and son Ben went to Ortonville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. Wechsler and fam- it spent Sunday at Big Stone Lake. The Ladies' Ai d is ving a picnic Thursday on Jacob Luchsinger's yard. Ir. and Mrs, Grumshrud of Apple- ton visited friends in Correll Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Semrau and family went to Odessa Sunday even- ) @ NORTH PRIOR [ Several from this community spent ;unday at the lake. Walter Roselund spent last Sunday :t the Oscar Lofgren home. Mrs. Eli Stotesbery, Sidney and Miss :.ydia Stotesbery, were callers in Or- I tonville last Thursday. I i Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Starter and, daughter Jane visited at the Charles Salmonson florae Sunday. The Stepheny church will give an .e Cream social ak the Alfred Ham- her home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Urias Stotesbery and Mr. and Mrs. Russel ,Stotesbery of Wa- tertown, S. D., visited at the E. Stotes- bery home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Thorval Jorvig of Min- neapolis and Dan Linnee of Monte- video and Mr. and Mrs. Sol Gustafson were visitors at the Ed. Gustafson home Saturday evening. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank our many friends and neighbors and relatives for their help during the illness of our husband and father, and also to the OrtonviHe quartette and to those who at his de pressed their sympathy with the rDy :beautifulfloral offerings. --Mrs. Peter J. Thomson and Fire Department Called Out But Fire Quenched Fire fighters on the OrtonVille de- partment came and went last Tuesday afternoon, doing nothing but getting the fire apparatus on the scene of the supposed conflagration, only to find it was out. Now the city is out--ou': about fifty dollars that the members of the department will draw for ans- wering the call. The alarm was tmed in when some grass on the bank of the lot adjoining the Odd Fellows building caught five The fire was started when some oi(! paper fro The independent office was being buied in a container for this purpose. It seems that the wind whip- ped out some of it, igniting the grass. When this was first noticed the fire was beaten out, but it started up again in an old paper box which was palatial - ly lighted. No damage whatever re- sulted. Luther Societies Plan Outing at Simpson Park Young people of the Norwegian Lu- theran churches of Clinton, Appleton, Ortonville, Louiburg, and Wheaton will hold a meeting at  Chautauqua Park on July. 31, it was announced Children.  by Rev. S. M. Moe of Clinton. There lwill be services in the forenoon at tIighland Farmers Club. which Rev. M. Andrews of Wheaton The Highland Farmers Club will will preach. At noon there will be meet in the High. land school north of la picnic dinner. The afternoon pro- Odessa this Friday, July 15. A goodl gram begins at 2:30. The speaker progi:am has been arranged. Every-!for this has not yet been obtained. A one is invited to come. feature of the program will be a song !service by a joint choir of the choirs --Have you heard about it? Some-i of all the churches. More than a thing different--a real dance, with!hundred choir members will take part real musicat Hartford Beach, S. D.,iin the program. For the last month Wednesday evening, July 20. Boatl the different choirs have been practis- service at Foster. iing the songs which will be sung. i Good Plugs Good Tires Good Gasoline Good Oil Good supplies of all kinds at Reasonable Prices Consistent with Good Quality The Park Garage Ohampion Dependable Spark Plugs ii II U I I II III I | I Hart Shaffner & Marx ing. I Miss Alice Clapp of Appleton 0000'couwry.] t vigiting Mrs. W. Shepard for a few ... days. Mr. and Mrs. William Shepard and Mrs c. ,urge moed  Appleton club , Thursday. John DeWall  of LeMurs, Iowa, spent a'few days in Correll last week visit-I ,,, I.  fl. , ing relatives. The Larkin Construction company finished their work on the road near Correll this week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hudson and '|'HEY'RE the latest ,family visited relatives at Big Stone JL developments i n City last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Guthnecht and styles for recreation-- family and Miss Barhardt spent Sun- lively, striking, and yet day in Bellingham. the sort of clothes you can wear to business without feeling in the least conspicuous. The new summer styles are here now; splendid all-wool fabrics; correct tailoring; moderate cost Clarence Draffehn, Mrs- J. H. Woods and Mrs. A. L. Woods motored to :Minneapolis Sunday. R. D. Graham, Mrs. Chas. Barie's father, arrived from Montana Wedns- flay tO visit relatives, r. Coori, prentatlve for the J. H. Allen's Grocery company, was a business caller in Correll TueAday. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Fruetel mo- tored to Ortonville Sunday to visit thir daughter, Miss Kathryn Fruetel. " Mrs. Kathryn Comight arrived from St. Louis, Mo. this week to lrpend a few wee at the P. D. Vaugh- an home. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luehsinger and family motored to Watertown, S. D., Sunday to visit Matt Luehsinger who is in the hospital there. Theodore Weehsler, Miss Elizabeth Hudson, David and Miss Gladys CoMe- man went to Big Stone City Tales- day to attend the Outing Week held by boys and girls who took part in uh work during the past year. $25 to $50 Grosenick's Hats Reblockd Dry Cleaning Dyeing Copyright 1921 Hart Schaffner & Marx I ! H I II I I I ] ] I Ill I IIIll .........  ..... [I I I I ...... I I IIII B. E. Albers autoed up from Car- roh, Iowa, Wednesday to look after hi$ farming interests in this county I I I Ill Ready to Wear for the Older Man You've envied the young man's ability to buy ready-to- wear clothes. You needn't any more. 0rtonville Meat Market Lundstrom & Geisel, Props. SPECIAL SALE Saturday, July 16 Beef Roast ...................................... 12c Beef Stew ........................................ 7c Veal Stew ........................................ 10c Spare Ribs ...................................... 12c Picnic Hams .................................... 22c 10 pound, Pail Lard ........................ $1.25 5 pound, Pail Lard ....................... 65 3 pound, Pail Lard ....................... 40 The Lard will be sold for Cash Only. Come in and get yours. We can fit you whether you be stout, thin, short, or tall. Here you get inexpensive clothes that give you the appearance y o u want. The New Style Shop PALM E. B, PERSSON, Proprietor. , The Jeweler ii iii The July Victor Records are here UNIVERSITY iO0 Brad D PRODUCT.s: WE are to in business serve you not simply by selling you food but by selling you foods which will be so satisfactory that you will come back to us for more. In order that we may be certain that our canned goods will give complete satisfaction we buy only brands of proven quality, brands' that we know are right. University Foods can always be re- lied upon because their high quality is constantly maintained and their price is so reasonable that after using them you will always demand them. KOLLITZ'S Odessa - - Minn.