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SEPTEMBER 15, 1921 THE ORTON'V I LLE'*IN DEPEN DE NT PAGE S 01 Mrs. G. E. Holmquist and daugh- ]i ter spent Sunday with the follner's AL, SOCIAL NEWS ITEMS f I parents at Watson. Odessa(at the Evengelieal hospital ai *i Miss Jennie Larson and Mr. Bennie few days ago. Crippen is on the sick ! Nesrae of Fargo spent Sunday at.thel Miss Madaline Reyer entertained to IJ'l W. Frizzell home. i her sister and family of Bellingham Miss Bessie Campbell will leave for i and brother of Wisconsin at the Coch- has been confiTted for a week. St. Paul Sunday to resume her studies! ran home Sunday. Hausauer made a trip to the' at Hamline University. i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wendt of St. fore part of the week. Lars Everson purchased a new Bu-i Cloud are visiting Mrs. Fred Kamlah ick Six automobile thru Alec Semrau i of Odessa this past week. i Winifred Martinson, 17 years of i age, who lives near Clinton, had his i onsils removed here Monday. I Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Ames of Bel-I ]ingham attended the dance at Eah- l tonka pavilion Saturday night, t Ferdinand Grosenick left Sunday f :nornmg for F aribault where he wdl r attend Shattuck Military School. Mrs. J. Hanson of Wilmot, S. D., was operated on at Evangelical hos- i )ital the latter part of la week. H. O. Mills returned the first of the week from St. Paul where he has this week. Mrs. Wendt and Mrs. Kam]ah are sisters. Rev. and Mrs. C. S. Shaleen of Langford, S. D., are visiting with Mrs. E. Engdahl. Mrs. Shaleen is a (laughter of Mrs. Engdahl. Jackson Summach returned Satur- day from Minneapolis where he un- derwent an operation for appendicitis. lie came home feeling fine. Harry Peterson, Joe Leighton and Marion Potter went to Minneapolis Thursday night in the latter's car, returning hqne Tuesda, morning. An eight pound daughter was born Maynard of Correll transae- in Ortonville Saturday. Hazel Geier left for Minne- lay for several days KelIy went to Aber- Tuesday for a few days Utley will room at the home during this school Davis is entertaining Mrs. O. Blaekman, this Swenson of Akron Valley has ill during the past been with his brother who is ill. Miss Gwendoline Campbell left Sun- of Mayer visited at clay for Madison, Wis., where she wil) i Pflueger home the first of enter the University of Wisconsin. of Watertown, S. D., is i Isabelle and Mary McCallum of the A. C. Anderson i Prior left Saturday for Billings, i Mont., where they will teach school. Mrs. PhilLip Miller returned i John Glasco and Leon Luseher of night from a week's visit in i Redwood Falls were week-end guests i at the Kelly cottage on the Peninsula. Howard Babcock of Sisse- Miss Myrtle Ljungdahl expects to attended to legal matters i return to Hsmti]e University at St. Paul Sunday to complete her studies. Witt family move(ll A marriage license was issued Sat- over the Whiting Millinery urda, to George Giddings, Jr.,i mad day ker and Peter Larsen Miss Maud M. Mumann of Graceville. John Glasco and Leon Luscher of township were business Redwood Falls were Sunday guests Bolsta and (laughter t at the Kelly cottage on the Peninsula. otored to Minneapolis Wed-i Mrs. Fred Wiley moved from her farm in Otrey township into her rest- will return to Harm. St. Paul, Monday to studies. Alta Longnecker and visited at Browns Valley ,of the week. Kahler left Sunday morning Penn., to attend College. and daughter Miss Tracy visited at the R. U. Snday. Woodman of the Agricul- at Morris was in town .w hours Friday. ,L G. Anderson left Wednes- i Visit at Milbank, Corona and for several days. Ml. V. Cade will move in- Kaercher residence on Street the latter part of this dence on the hill the first of the week. Mrs. Nels Beck returned Monday from Minneapolis where she visited her brothers and their families for a Jew days. An eight pound daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Roske Monday at the home of Mrs. Roske's parents fin Illinois. Miss Garnet Johnson will leave the latter part of the week for Madison, Wis., where she will attend the Uni- versity of Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. McLane and sons "Billv" and Albert motored to, Fargo, N.'D., Saturday of last week. They returned Monday Alvah Matthews sold tractors this week to John DeNeui of Big Stone, Fred Eschenbenner, Clinton, and Her- man Klapel of Ortonville. I Zion Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. Olaf Johnson about three miles north of town Saturday afternoon, September 17. A most cordial invita- 'tion is extended. lo Mr. and Mrs. H. 1,. Iverson Sun-I (lay ,norning. Mr. Iverson is em-lI p]oyed at the Coderre Barber shop I Miss Florence Rehnke will return / to Napervi]le, Illinois, Sunday to take / up her studies at Northwestern Col- I ]ege, this being her Sophomore year. The Norwegian Ladies' Aid society will meet with Mrs. Rasmus Peter- son near Chautauqua Park on Friday afternoon of this week, September 16. An invitation is extended to all. The Board of Directors of the Wom- an's Club will meet at the Library Club room Tuesday afternoon, Sel- t tember 20, at 4:C0"o'c]ock. Members I of this board are urged to be presenL ! A. C. Anderson unloaded the new i Road Maintainer Tuesday which will[ Eastman and little daugh- came up on Wednes- dng to visit a few days with Ross. 1 A seven pound son was born to Mr. I Mrs. Earl Bletcher arrived from and Mrs. Claude Sheltenbarger of i Sioux Falls, S. D., Monday on account of the illness of her mother, Mrs. H. W. Palm, who became ill while in Minneapolis last Saturday. Miss Loretta MacAleavy, nurse at Evangelical hospital, returned from a three weeks vacation at her home in Minneapolis. She also xqsited in Wis- consin during her absence. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brown mo- tored to Aberdeen, S. D., Monday for a few day's stay after which they will return to the Peninsula and re- main until cold weather sets in. Mrs. Helen Heiberg of Philadelphia arrived Monday for a week's visit with her sister Miss Agnes Rogoshas- ka. She has been visiting at the home of her parents at St. Cloud. Dr. and Mrs. Countryman of Aber- deen, S. D., returned to their home at Aberdeen, S. D., Monday by auto. They occupied their cottage on the Peninsula during the summer season. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McMindes and (laughter of Minneapolis stopped off for a visit with the Dan Carlson family Saturday and Sunday on their way to California to spend the winter.  Mrs. W. H. Matthews returned home Friday from Bemfdji where she has been visiting her daughter Mrs. Paul Welch and other relatives (lur- ing the greater part of the summer. The Misses Hazel and Flora Reich-' err of Big Stoue City will leave Sun- day vaocnin" for Napcrville, Illinois whele hey will attend Northwestern Colle;e. This is their second yer. Mrs. Saunders entertained the Ex- celsior Club of Milbank at her cot- tage at Chautauqua Park W0dnes- day, there being about thirty mem- bc used $or demonstration purposes I bers present. Tuesday and Wednesday of next! Mrs. A1. Hocum and son Dr. Harold week. i Hocum of Minneapolis were week-end The Highland Farmers' Club held lguests at the Bremer cottage. They their regular meeting-in the school house last Saturday evening. The usual program was held and lunch erved. F. E. Hoover, of the firm of Belles & Rogers, fur and hide dealers of Chicago, is here. for a week's hunt. He is a guest of the A. B. Kaercher family. Miss Joyce'Welch, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Welch, entered McPbai! School at Minneapolis last week, where she will take a Chautauqua course. Elmer Smith and sister Elsie Smith of Minneapolis are guests of the D. E. and Fred Geier homes. Mr. Smith will take in the first few days of the hunting season. H.D. Marshall writes that he has iented his place at Stillwater, Okla- boma, and moved to Enid in that state where he has a position. He states that they will never be satis- fied until they return to Minnesota i to live. i i l ll are planning on building a new tot- rage at Chautauqua Park next sum- met. P. G. Kelly and H. M. Sampson of Tacy, drove up today. They will continue on to Aberdeen, S. D.. and come back in a day or two to be the guests of Curtis Cole for a few days hunt. A dinner party was given Satur- day by Miss Florence Rehnke in hon- or of the Misses May and Gertrude Egermeyer of Twin Brooks, S. D., and Hazel and Flora Reichert of Big Stone City. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stephens re- turned from Huber, Crow Wing coun- ty, where they had a cottage in the woods. Mr. Stephens is much im- proved in health. Mrs. George Jones of Portland, Ore- gon is visiting her sisters, Mrs. E. Lundstrom and Mrs. Etta Cochran. She will visit a sister at Browns Val- ley before returning home the latter part of the week. --"Only the choicest of hogs and I --"Forget your troubles and have Livestock will be given as prizes at a good time at the Whetstone Valle," the Whetstone Valley Fair." t Fairo" For pure fresh milk call 91. --Dr. Simp,kon here September 20. M Let Us serve You Whether you are really hungry or wish only for a light lunch you will find that food prepared and served at The Pie House h/s a satisfying flavor and has the "Home Cook" taste, for it is home cooked. No substitutes are used in Pie House cooking. We use only the best ingredients. THE PIE HOUSE C. A. BEARD, Proprietor i i llllll i I Solid lO-k Gold Filled Links For Soft or Stiff Cuffs $1 75 man likes gifts that he ear " use and you'll never see fl man who couldn't use alaother pair of Cu Links--especially the new style we're offrin for Soft Cuffs. Beautiful, serviceable and mighty hard to lose. EDISON AND VICTROLAS PALM, The Jeweler SEPTEMBER RECORDS ARE HERE i i i i m irr i i PIANOS At Factory Prices ( i I I I I I i I I [I I I I II R 11" * ) emlzmg that it is not a paying investment for us to carry Pianos in stock we are closing out our entire stock of Pianos and Player Pianos at Factory Prices. This is an opportunity of a life time to secure an instrument of reliable make at any such prices as we. offer. Clarendon Pianos at . $290 Schuman Pianos at . . . $390 "' " ',.," .,..-': ' :'""' Gulbrandsen Player Pianos at $355 ; "o I'dl"" REMEMBER We deliver these Pianos into your home free of charge, and sell them on the Easy Pay- ment plan !if you wish. ome in and talk Pianos with us. We have 10 Pianos and that we are going to close out at these prices. Player Pianos The M. M. Johnson Furniture Co. COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS - - ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA SEPTEMBER 15, 1921 THE ORTON'V I LLE'*IN DEPEN DE NT PAGE S 01 Mrs. G. E. Holmquist and daugh- ]i ter spent Sunday with the follner's AL, SOCIAL NEWS ITEMS f I parents at Watson. Odessa(at the Evengelieal hospital ai *i Miss Jennie Larson and Mr. Bennie few days ago. Crippen is on the sick ! Nesrae of Fargo spent Sunday at.thel Miss Madaline Reyer entertained to IJ'l W. Frizzell home. i her sister and family of Bellingham Miss Bessie Campbell will leave for i and brother of Wisconsin at the Coch- has been confiTted for a week. St. Paul Sunday to resume her studies! ran home Sunday. Hausauer made a trip to the' at Hamline University. i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wendt of St. fore part of the week. Lars Everson purchased a new Bu-i Cloud are visiting Mrs. Fred Kamlah ick Six automobile thru Alec Semrau i of Odessa this past week. i Winifred Martinson, 17 years of i age, who lives near Clinton, had his i onsils removed here Monday. I Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Ames of Bel-I ]ingham attended the dance at Eah- l tonka pavilion Saturday night, t Ferdinand Grosenick left Sunday f :nornmg for F aribault where he wdl r attend Shattuck Military School. Mrs. J. Hanson of Wilmot, S. D., was operated on at Evangelical hos- i )ital the latter part of la week. H. O. Mills returned the first of the week from St. Paul where he has this week. Mrs. Wendt and Mrs. Kam]ah are sisters. Rev. and Mrs. C. S. Shaleen of Langford, S. D., are visiting with Mrs. E. Engdahl. Mrs. Shaleen is a (laughter of Mrs. Engdahl. Jackson Summach returned Satur- day from Minneapolis where he un- derwent an operation for appendicitis. lie came home feeling fine. Harry Peterson, Joe Leighton and Marion Potter went to Minneapolis Thursday night in the latter's car, returning hqne Tuesda, morning. An eight pound daughter was born Maynard of Correll transae- in Ortonville Saturday. Hazel Geier left for Minne- lay for several days KelIy went to Aber- Tuesday for a few days Utley will room at the home during this school Davis is entertaining Mrs. O. Blaekman, this Swenson of Akron Valley has ill during the past been with his brother who is ill. Miss Gwendoline Campbell left Sun- of Mayer visited at clay for Madison, Wis., where she wil) i Pflueger home the first of enter the University of Wisconsin. of Watertown, S. D., is i Isabelle and Mary McCallum of the A. C. Anderson i Prior left Saturday for Billings, i Mont., where they will teach school. Mrs. PhilLip Miller returned i John Glasco and Leon Luseher of night from a week's visit in i Redwood Falls were week-end guests i at the Kelly cottage on the Peninsula. Howard Babcock of Sisse- Miss Myrtle Ljungdahl expects to attended to legal matters i return to Hsmti]e University at St. Paul Sunday to complete her studies. Witt family move(ll A marriage license was issued Sat- over the Whiting Millinery urda, to George Giddings, Jr.,i mad day ker and Peter Larsen Miss Maud M. Mumann of Graceville. John Glasco and Leon Luscher of township were business Redwood Falls were Sunday guests Bolsta and (laughter t at the Kelly cottage on the Peninsula. otored to Minneapolis Wed-i Mrs. Fred Wiley moved from her farm in Otrey township into her rest- will return to Harm. St. Paul, Monday to studies. Alta Longnecker and visited at Browns Valley ,of the week. Kahler left Sunday morning Penn., to attend College. and daughter Miss Tracy visited at the R. U. Snday. Woodman of the Agricul- at Morris was in town .w hours Friday. ,L G. Anderson left Wednes- i Visit at Milbank, Corona and for several days. Ml. V. Cade will move in- Kaercher residence on Street the latter part of this dence on the hill the first of the week. Mrs. Nels Beck returned Monday from Minneapolis where she visited her brothers and their families for a Jew days. An eight pound daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Roske Monday at the home of Mrs. Roske's parents fin Illinois. Miss Garnet Johnson will leave the latter part of the week for Madison, Wis., where she will attend the Uni- versity of Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. McLane and sons "Billv" and Albert motored to, Fargo, N.'D., Saturday of last week. They returned Monday Alvah Matthews sold tractors this week to John DeNeui of Big Stone, Fred Eschenbenner, Clinton, and Her- man Klapel of Ortonville. I Zion Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. Olaf Johnson about three miles north of town Saturday afternoon, September 17. A most cordial invita- 'tion is extended. lo Mr. and Mrs. H. 1,. Iverson Sun-I (lay ,norning. Mr. Iverson is em-lI p]oyed at the Coderre Barber shop I Miss Florence Rehnke will return / to Napervi]le, Illinois, Sunday to take / up her studies at Northwestern Col- I ]ege, this being her Sophomore year. The Norwegian Ladies' Aid society will meet with Mrs. Rasmus Peter- son near Chautauqua Park on Friday afternoon of this week, September 16. An invitation is extended to all. The Board of Directors of the Wom- an's Club will meet at the Library Club room Tuesday afternoon, Sel- t tember 20, at 4:C0"o'c]ock. Members I of this board are urged to be presenL ! A. C. Anderson unloaded the new i Road Maintainer Tuesday which will[ Eastman and little daugh- came up on Wednes- dng to visit a few days with Ross. 1 A seven pound son was born to Mr. I Mrs. Earl Bletcher arrived from and Mrs. Claude Sheltenbarger of i Sioux Falls, S. D., Monday on account of the illness of her mother, Mrs. H. W. Palm, who became ill while in Minneapolis last Saturday. Miss Loretta MacAleavy, nurse at Evangelical hospital, returned from a three weeks vacation at her home in Minneapolis. She also xqsited in Wis- consin during her absence. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brown mo- tored to Aberdeen, S. D., Monday for a few day's stay after which they will return to the Peninsula and re- main until cold weather sets in. Mrs. Helen Heiberg of Philadelphia arrived Monday for a week's visit with her sister Miss Agnes Rogoshas- ka. She has been visiting at the home of her parents at St. Cloud. Dr. and Mrs. Countryman of Aber- deen, S. D., returned to their home at Aberdeen, S. D., Monday by auto. They occupied their cottage on the Peninsula during the summer season. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McMindes and (laughter of Minneapolis stopped off for a visit with the Dan Carlson family Saturday and Sunday on their way to California to spend the winter.  Mrs. W. H. Matthews returned home Friday from Bemfdji where she has been visiting her daughter Mrs. Paul Welch and other relatives (lur- ing the greater part of the summer. The Misses Hazel and Flora Reich-' err of Big Stoue City will leave Sun- day vaocnin" for Napcrville, Illinois whele hey will attend Northwestern Colle;e. This is their second yer. Mrs. Saunders entertained the Ex- celsior Club of Milbank at her cot- tage at Chautauqua Park W0dnes- day, there being about thirty mem- bc used $or demonstration purposes I bers present. Tuesday and Wednesday of next! Mrs. A1. Hocum and son Dr. Harold week. i Hocum of Minneapolis were week-end The Highland Farmers' Club held lguests at the Bremer cottage. They their regular meeting-in the school house last Saturday evening. The usual program was held and lunch erved. F. E. Hoover, of the firm of Belles & Rogers, fur and hide dealers of Chicago, is here. for a week's hunt. He is a guest of the A. B. Kaercher family. Miss Joyce'Welch, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Welch, entered McPbai! School at Minneapolis last week, where she will take a Chautauqua course. Elmer Smith and sister Elsie Smith of Minneapolis are guests of the D. E. and Fred Geier homes. Mr. Smith will take in the first few days of the hunting season. H.D. Marshall writes that he has iented his place at Stillwater, Okla- boma, and moved to Enid in that state where he has a position. He states that they will never be satis- fied until they return to Minnesota i to live. i i l ll are planning on building a new tot- rage at Chautauqua Park next sum- met. P. G. Kelly and H. M. Sampson of Tacy, drove up today. They will continue on to Aberdeen, S. D.. and come back in a day or two to be the guests of Curtis Cole for a few days hunt. A dinner party was given Satur- day by Miss Florence Rehnke in hon- or of the Misses May and Gertrude Egermeyer of Twin Brooks, S. D., and Hazel and Flora Reichert of Big Stone City. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stephens re- turned from Huber, Crow Wing coun- ty, where they had a cottage in the woods. Mr. Stephens is much im- proved in health. Mrs. George Jones of Portland, Ore- gon is visiting her sisters, Mrs. E. Lundstrom and Mrs. Etta Cochran. She will visit a sister at Browns Val- ley before returning home the latter part of the week. --"Only the choicest of hogs and I --"Forget your troubles and have Livestock will be given as prizes at a good time at the Whetstone Valle," the Whetstone Valley Fair." t Fairo" For pure fresh milk call 91. --Dr. Simp,kon here September 20. M Let Us serve You Whether you are really hungry or wish only for a light lunch you will find that food prepared and served at The Pie House h/s a satisfying flavor and has the "Home Cook" taste, for it is home cooked. No substitutes are used in Pie House cooking. We use only the best ingredients. THE PIE HOUSE C. A. BEARD, Proprietor i i llllll i I Solid lO-k Gold Filled Links For Soft or Stiff Cuffs $1 75 man likes gifts that he ear " use and you'll never see fl man who couldn't use alaother pair of Cu Links--especially the new style we're offrin for Soft Cuffs. Beautiful, serviceable and mighty hard to lose. EDISON AND VICTROLAS PALM, The Jeweler SEPTEMBER RECORDS ARE HERE i i i i m irr i i PIANOS At Factory Prices ( i I I I I I i I I [I I I I II R 11" * ) emlzmg that it is not a paying investment for us to carry Pianos in stock we are closing out our entire stock of Pianos and Player Pianos at Factory Prices. This is an opportunity of a life time to secure an instrument of reliable make at any such prices as we. offer. Clarendon Pianos at . $290 Schuman Pianos at . . . $390 "' " ',.," .,..-': ' :'""' Gulbrandsen Player Pianos at $355 ; "o I'dl"" REMEMBER We deliver these Pianos into your home free of charge, and sell them on the Easy Pay- ment plan !if you wish. ome in and talk Pianos with us. We have 10 Pianos and that we are going to close out at these prices. Player Pianos The M. M. Johnson Furniture Co. COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS - - ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA ....... ii ;, 1921 THE ORTONWILLEINDEPENDENT PAGE ,is G E ltolm uist d daugh- A seven pound son w bm to Mr ] Mrs El Bleteher arrived from] --"Only the choicest of hogs d[ -"Forgt 'cur tubles and have SOCIAL [ ter spent" Sunday vl the folue's I and Mrs. ClaUde Shellenbarger of Sioux'Falls S. D., Monday on amount Livestock will be Oven as prims at! a good tirr at the Whetstone Vall:" S ITEM I ] paints at Watson. Odessa at the Eveagelical hospital a I of the ilb,s ol her mother, Mrs. H. the Whetto Valley Fair." II FaffJ' W" John Crlppon is on the sick Nrae of Fargo spett Sunday at the Miss Madaline Reyer enteltained I }-Iiuneapolis Iv.st Satulay. --For pure fsh milk call 9t. I --Dr. Slmpon here Setem ,or 0. -- .' Miss Jennie Larsun and Mr, Bonnie few (lays ago, W. Palm, who became ilI while in  . I J. W. Frizell home. I her sistel and family of Belllngham Miss lretta MAleavy, nse at AZderson has been confined to I Mis Bessie Campbell will leave fnt and brother of Wionsin at the Ch- Evangelical hospital returned from a tr a week , "t Paul undav to 8ume her studies ran home Sunday. thee weeks vatlon at her home in r Iiausauer made a trip to the' at Hamline UniversRy. 3h. and Mrs Ih,bert Wendt of St. Minneapolis. She also isited in Wis-  fete part of the week. Lars Everson purchased a uew Bu Cle=d ;}e isiting Mrs. Fret Kamlah nin during her absence. . Ha id $ C II t ick Six automobile th Alee Semrau this week. Mrs. Wendt and Mrs. Mr. ld Mrs. Ernest Brown me na o ore ransac- nCm s Orto iI t , of Odessa this paq wk Kamd are slte tol to Abeldeen S D Monday for I Haze n G . nl e Sa u]a. I Winiftd Mal'tison, 17 years of Rev and Mrs, C S. Shaleen ol J fe v day's stay after which they W eler left for Mlnne" age, vho yes ne Ciinton, hml his Langfor S D a e i g w w re ur to the Peninsula and re % nesday for several days tonsils lmoved he Monday. I' Mrs. E. EngtlahL Mrs. Shaleen is  mmn until cold weather ts n. __llllksl  Dr and Mr E J Am of Be - d ugh or of Mr Engdah i Mrs He en He berg of Ph ado ph a  for a few days tonka pavilion tulay night. ) aY from Minneapolis where he un with her sister Miss Agnes Rogoshas  "  .  / nerving for Faribault where he willl le came home feeling fle. hom of her pnrents at St, Cloud. -  Shattuek Military SchL ! Harly Peteson, Joe Leighton mnl Dr. ad Mrs. Countryman of Aber Js e tertaJnin [ M .L Hanson of Wihnot, S. D, Marion Potter went to Minneapolis _  ................................ I ....... .......... , ..... 'een, .............................. S. 0., Mo"a, , o, Let Us Sere ,You O" man'man' tins pltal the latter part of last week. returnin hqme Tuesday' morning, "l'he occupil their cottage on the ] H O. Mills retued the first of the An eight pound daughter as born l'eI]nsula dnling the sumner sean Whether you are really hungry or wish only for $nson of Akron Valtey has ,,k f om S Pau where he ha to Mr, and Mrs. 1 L. vet on Sun Mr M R" m d McMnd usl$ ill dining the past hi'on gith his fuother who is ill. la> no'nivg, blr, Iverson i .... md (aatl. er  Ma eao stl, a light lunch you will find that food prepared ha h . . Miss t.;wendoline Campbell left Snn- ployed at the Cmlerte Barber shop o f for a vl it with t e "Dan Car on and served at The Pie H-ouse hts  satisfying r of Mayer v,sted at da v for Madison Wis, whe ehe xi]l I M F o once Re nke w II tar, f n* ly Saturday and Sunday on he r flavor and hft$ the "Home Cook" taste t for it is uegor home the fist o t enter the UlllvesJt of WlseonshL Io Nape,'ile, Illinois, Sumlay to take way to California to spend the winter [Core of Wa ertown S D s lsabelle and Mary MeCafium of up hei study at Northwestern Col Mr W } Ma thews eturned home cooked. f the A. C, Andeson ' I I'rior left Saturday for Billings.: logo, thxs being her Sophomore year home Frhlay from Itemd i where she' NO sllbstitl.lte$ Pre used in Pie HOllSe cooklng. Mont" where tile' wi}l teach gobeL  he Nreoan I dies' A d s c e hob been v ng her daugh or b r We use only the best ingrediefits. I Alr. Philap M e  ur ed John Glance and ]on Luscher ,>f wi meet ith Mrs. Rasmus eter I Paul Welch and other latlv ( u. a ght from a wk'a visit in]lledxood Fall. wel week era] guests I on heal Chautauqua Park on Friday ling the greater part of the summer , .............. tag ................ fteon ......... e .................. H ................. THE PIE HOUSE attemled to legal matters letuln to ltsm]ine Unie}s a S The tuard of Dreetms of the bom. da mn,nb, for Napnlv 1 e no s I Y Hwar Babcock o S  e Mis Myrtle I, unRdahl expects to n mwuttln is e xtende to all" eft of Big So,e City will leave Sun ay Pou Su a, o comp ete her-sludies :m s Club xxi]l meet at h e Lbary xhel ghev x I a era{ Northwestern C.A. BEARD, Proprietor emend Witt family maned A morro e ee se ,as ue Sa lub loom 3ueday aftelnool b Sep- Col/e e ']'hs i their second xu:r. :] .... theWhitngM,inery  a" o o'ze d g j." I[.'W0, t :C0,'eok. Members M,. Saunde'. e,,raned e  il da, Mi s" Maud M Mumann of Glaeevlle of thlg board are urged to be present, cc 3io ub o M bank at he, co .I  [e ecker and Peter Larn ...... A.C. Aiidelsou unloll the m.w rage at Ch a au Park A d c. ,u .................................. Ii, Solid 10-k Gold Filled Links I e own h p were bus ne R ] I F I o Main a net Tuemlay wh ch gill day. thole beln about thirty mere rlda, w a s e'e Sail av goes  t h i u o emon at on purp se be sent. aries Bolsta and daughter [ a t e Ke ly cottage on the Pemnsla Tuelay and Wednesda, of next Mls. AL Hneum and son Dr Hare d tored to Minapolis Wed. Mrs Fred Wiley moved flora her week. i Hoeum of Min eapo s wet week-end IcLane will turn to Ha-] eee on he 1 the first of the week. their egular meeting.in the schooli an Oanning on hu ld]ng a new ot- ...... t. ......................  ,eo, .......... ,1 ............... , ......... e, ............................. II For Soft or Stiff Cuffs studies. [l'm Minneapolis where he visited usual proglam was hekl mid lunch: mer. | e A g ker a  er b  e and he r  m e o a eed I p G Kel] H M m f rs a ,on n '1 rs a ,, s r . . y and . . Sa pson o j I ......  visited a art 'ns Va Icy low days' I F E Hve, of the tim Of Be es[ Taey. ve uP today They 'ill[ da t ,,, .-. _- ..J- r00an gi,,00 that he oa, d tier left Sund y morning to Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Roske Monday Chicago is hel for a week' hunt ome back a day or we o be th use and you'll never see ti ao, Penn., to atten at the home of Mrs, Roske's paints! He s a goes of he A B Kher guests of Curtis Cole for a few de m,n who couldn't use aother pail" of Cu College. ! family, hunt. bliss Garnet Johnson will leave the Mis Joyce-Welch, ,laughter of Mr. A 4imler party was Oven Satl Links--especially the new style we're offerin latter part of the week for Madison,, and Mrs. Ken Welch, ented MePhall day by Miss Flounce Reh.ke in hen for Soft Cuffs. Beautiful, serviceable and : Sunday. ! Wig., whe she witl attend the Uni-School at Minneapoli last week, the Agticub!vety of Wsconsm where she ll take a Chautauqu Mo w& in town M and Mr A. W. MeLane and!course. hours Friday i ons "B '" d A bert motorel to Elmer Smith and siter Elsie Smith . G. Anderson left Wednes- Fargo, N.'D., Saturday of last week[ of Mnneapols a gusts of the D. Mlhank, Corona andi 'rney retuled Monday I E. and Fred Geier hnmes. Mr. Smlth i A yah Mat hews sold trtsrs tb Iwill take in the first few days of the ig Stone,[ hunting season. Kaeher ridence on Fred Eehenbenner, Cinton, and He," i H.I Mahall writes that he has latter part af this man Klapel of Ortonvile. [ ,ented his place at $tiltwater, Okla- i Zion ldies Aid will mt withl homa and moved to Enid in that lq Eastman ad little daugh- M, O1 Jehnn about three miles [ stat where he h a position. He Wednes- north of town Saturday afternoon,' tate ha hey wil never be sat s ays with eptember 17. A most enrdial inqta-! fled until they retu to Minnesnt to live. or of the Mie May d Gertrud( Egermeyer of Twin Brooks, S. E aml Haze d Flora Iidaert of Bi Stone City. Mr. and Mrs. EI Stephene r, tubal from Huber, Crow Wing court. ty, where they hl a cottage in t woods. Mr. Stephens is much Im proved in health, Mrs George Jones of Portland, Ore. gun is vsiting her sisters, Mrs. I,undstlom and Mrs. Etta Cochran. i She will vsit a sister at Browns Val- ley befo returning home the lattel ,art of the week. mighty hard to lose. EDISON AND VICTROLAS PALM, The Jeweler SEPTEMBER RECORDS ARE HERE At Factory Prices g that it is not a paying investment for us to carry Pianos in stock, we are closing out our entire stock of Pianos and Player Pianos at Factory Prices. This is an opportunity of a life time to secure an instrument of reliable make at any such prices as we offer. Clarendon Pianos at . $290 Schuman Pianos at $390 Gulbrandsen Player Pianos at $355 REMEMBER--We deliver these Pianos into your home free of charge, and sell them on the Easy Pay- ment plan !if you wish. Come in and talk Pianos with us. We have 10 Pianos and Player Pianos that we are going to close out at these prices. The M. M. Johnson Furniture Co. COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA SEPTEMBER 15, 1921 THE ORTON'V I LLE'*IN DEPEN DE NT PAGE S 01 Mrs. G. E. Holmquist and daugh- ]i ter spent Sunday with the follner's AL, SOCIAL NEWS ITEMS f I parents at Watson. Odessa(at the Evengelieal hospital ai *i Miss Jennie Larson and Mr. Bennie few days ago. Crippen is on the sick ! Nesrae of Fargo spent Sunday at.thel Miss Madaline Reyer entertained to IJ'l W. Frizzell home. i her sister and family of Bellingham Miss Bessie Campbell will leave for i and brother of Wisconsin at the Coch- has been confiTted for a week. St. Paul Sunday to resume her studies! ran home Sunday. Hausauer made a trip to the' at Hamline University. i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wendt of St. fore part of the week. Lars Everson purchased a new Bu-i Cloud are visiting Mrs. Fred Kamlah ick Six automobile thru Alec Semrau i of Odessa this past week. i Winifred Martinson, 17 years of i age, who lives near Clinton, had his i onsils removed here Monday. I Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Ames of Bel-I ]ingham attended the dance at Eah- l tonka pavilion Saturday night, t Ferdinand Grosenick left Sunday f :nornmg for F aribault where he wdl r attend Shattuck Military School. Mrs. J. Hanson of Wilmot, S. D., was operated on at Evangelical hos- i )ital the latter part of la week. H. O. Mills returned the first of the week from St. Paul where he has this week. Mrs. Wendt and Mrs. Kam]ah are sisters. Rev. and Mrs. C. S. Shaleen of Langford, S. D., are visiting with Mrs. E. Engdahl. Mrs. Shaleen is a (laughter of Mrs. Engdahl. Jackson Summach returned Satur- day from Minneapolis where he un- derwent an operation for appendicitis. lie came home feeling fine. Harry Peterson, Joe Leighton and Marion Potter went to Minneapolis Thursday night in the latter's car, returning hqne Tuesda, morning. An eight pound daughter was born Maynard of Correll transae- in Ortonville Saturday. Hazel Geier left for Minne- lay for several days KelIy went to Aber- Tuesday for a few days Utley will room at the home during this school Davis is entertaining Mrs. O. Blaekman, this Swenson of Akron Valley has ill during the past been with his brother who is ill. Miss Gwendoline Campbell left Sun- of Mayer visited at clay for Madison, Wis., where she wil) i Pflueger home the first of enter the University of Wisconsin. of Watertown, S. D., is i Isabelle and Mary McCallum of the A. C. Anderson i Prior left Saturday for Billings, i Mont., where they will teach school. Mrs. PhilLip Miller returned i John Glasco and Leon Luseher of night from a week's visit in i Redwood Falls were week-end guests i at the Kelly cottage on the Peninsula. Howard Babcock of Sisse- Miss Myrtle Ljungdahl expects to attended to legal matters i return to Hsmti]e University at St. Paul Sunday to complete her studies. Witt family move(ll A marriage license was issued Sat- over the Whiting Millinery urda, to George Giddings, Jr.,i mad day ker and Peter Larsen Miss Maud M. Mumann of Graceville. John Glasco and Leon Luscher of township were business Redwood Falls were Sunday guests Bolsta and (laughter t at the Kelly cottage on the Peninsula. otored to Minneapolis Wed-i Mrs. Fred Wiley moved from her farm in Otrey township into her rest- will return to Harm. St. Paul, Monday to studies. Alta Longnecker and visited at Browns Valley ,of the week. Kahler left Sunday morning Penn., to attend College. and daughter Miss Tracy visited at the R. U. Snday. Woodman of the Agricul- at Morris was in town .w hours Friday. ,L G. Anderson left Wednes- i Visit at Milbank, Corona and for several days. Ml. V. Cade will move in- Kaercher residence on Street the latter part of this dence on the hill the first of the week. Mrs. Nels Beck returned Monday from Minneapolis where she visited her brothers and their families for a Jew days. An eight pound daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Roske Monday at the home of Mrs. Roske's parents fin Illinois. Miss Garnet Johnson will leave the latter part of the week for Madison, Wis., where she will attend the Uni- versity of Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. McLane and sons "Billv" and Albert motored to, Fargo, N.'D., Saturday of last week. They returned Monday Alvah Matthews sold tractors this week to John DeNeui of Big Stone, Fred Eschenbenner, Clinton, and Her- man Klapel of Ortonville. I Zion Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. Olaf Johnson about three miles north of town Saturday afternoon, September 17. A most cordial invita- 'tion is extended. lo Mr. and Mrs. H. 1,. Iverson Sun-I (lay ,norning. Mr. Iverson is em-lI p]oyed at the Coderre Barber shop I Miss Florence Rehnke will return / to Napervi]le, Illinois, Sunday to take / up her studies at Northwestern Col- I ]ege, this being her Sophomore year. The Norwegian Ladies' Aid society will meet with Mrs. Rasmus Peter- son near Chautauqua Park on Friday afternoon of this week, September 16. An invitation is extended to all. The Board of Directors of the Wom- an's Club will meet at the Library Club room Tuesday afternoon, Sel- t tember 20, at 4:C0"o'c]ock. Members I of this board are urged to be presenL ! A. C. Anderson unloaded the new i Road Maintainer Tuesday which will[ Eastman and little daugh- came up on Wednes- dng to visit a few days with Ross. 1 A seven pound son was born to Mr. I Mrs. Earl Bletcher arrived from and Mrs. Claude Sheltenbarger of i Sioux Falls, S. D., Monday on account of the illness of her mother, Mrs. H. W. Palm, who became ill while in Minneapolis last Saturday. Miss Loretta MacAleavy, nurse at Evangelical hospital, returned from a three weeks vacation at her home in Minneapolis. She also xqsited in Wis- consin during her absence. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brown mo- tored to Aberdeen, S. D., Monday for a few day's stay after which they will return to the Peninsula and re- main until cold weather sets in. Mrs. Helen Heiberg of Philadelphia arrived Monday for a week's visit with her sister Miss Agnes Rogoshas- ka. She has been visiting at the home of her parents at St. Cloud. Dr. and Mrs. Countryman of Aber- deen, S. D., returned to their home at Aberdeen, S. D., Monday by auto. They occupied their cottage on the Peninsula during the summer season. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McMindes and (laughter of Minneapolis stopped off for a visit with the Dan Carlson family Saturday and Sunday on their way to California to spend the winter.  Mrs. W. H. Matthews returned home Friday from Bemfdji where she has been visiting her daughter Mrs. Paul Welch and other relatives (lur- ing the greater part of the summer. The Misses Hazel and Flora Reich-' err of Big Stoue City will leave Sun- day vaocnin" for Napcrville, Illinois whele hey will attend Northwestern Colle;e. This is their second yer. Mrs. Saunders entertained the Ex- celsior Club of Milbank at her cot- tage at Chautauqua Park W0dnes- day, there being about thirty mem- bc used $or demonstration purposes I bers present. Tuesday and Wednesday of next! Mrs. A1. Hocum and son Dr. Harold week. i Hocum of Minneapolis were week-end The Highland Farmers' Club held lguests at the Bremer cottage. They their regular meeting-in the school house last Saturday evening. The usual program was held and lunch erved. F. E. Hoover, of the firm of Belles & Rogers, fur and hide dealers of Chicago, is here. for a week's hunt. He is a guest of the A. B. Kaercher family. Miss Joyce'Welch, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Welch, entered McPbai! School at Minneapolis last week, where she will take a Chautauqua course. Elmer Smith and sister Elsie Smith of Minneapolis are guests of the D. E. and Fred Geier homes. Mr. Smith will take in the first few days of the hunting season. H.D. Marshall writes that he has iented his place at Stillwater, Okla- boma, and moved to Enid in that state where he has a position. He states that they will never be satis- fied until they return to Minnesota i to live. i i l ll are planning on building a new tot- rage at Chautauqua Park next sum- met. P. G. Kelly and H. M. Sampson of Tacy, drove up today. They will continue on to Aberdeen, S. D.. and come back in a day or two to be the guests of Curtis Cole for a few days hunt. A dinner party was given Satur- day by Miss Florence Rehnke in hon- or of the Misses May and Gertrude Egermeyer of Twin Brooks, S. D., and Hazel and Flora Reichert of Big Stone City. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stephens re- turned from Huber, Crow Wing coun- ty, where they had a cottage in the woods. Mr. Stephens is much im- proved in health. Mrs. George Jones of Portland, Ore- gon is visiting her sisters, Mrs. E. Lundstrom and Mrs. Etta Cochran. She will visit a sister at Browns Val- ley before returning home the latter part of the week. --"Only the choicest of hogs and I --"Forget your troubles and have Livestock will be given as prizes at a good time at the Whetstone Valle," the Whetstone Valley Fair." t Fairo" For pure fresh milk call 91. --Dr. Simp,kon here September 20. M Let Us serve You Whether you are really hungry or wish only for a light lunch you will find that food prepared and served at The Pie House h/s a satisfying flavor and has the "Home Cook" taste, for it is home cooked. No substitutes are used in Pie House cooking. We use only the best ingredients. THE PIE HOUSE C. A. BEARD, Proprietor i i llllll i I Solid lO-k Gold Filled Links For Soft or Stiff Cuffs $1 75 man likes gifts that he ear " use and you'll never see fl man who couldn't use alaother pair of Cu Links--especially the new style we're offrin for Soft Cuffs. Beautiful, serviceable and mighty hard to lose. EDISON AND VICTROLAS PALM, The Jeweler SEPTEMBER RECORDS ARE HERE i i i i m irr i i PIANOS At Factory Prices ( i I I I I I i I I [I I I I II R 11" * ) emlzmg that it is not a paying investment for us to carry Pianos in stock we are closing out our entire stock of Pianos and Player Pianos at Factory Prices. This is an opportunity of a life time to secure an instrument of reliable make at any such prices as we. offer. Clarendon Pianos at . $290 Schuman Pianos at . . . $390 "' " ',.," .,..-': ' :'""' Gulbrandsen Player Pianos at $355 ; "o I'dl"" REMEMBER We deliver these Pianos into your home free of charge, and sell them on the Easy Pay- ment plan !if you wish. ome in and talk Pianos with us. We have 10 Pianos and that we are going to close out at these prices. Player Pianos The M. M. Johnson Furniture Co. COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS - - ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA