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*1 t PERSONAL, SOCIAL i l | AND NEWS ITEMS i! Mr. Carl Hasslen is at Rosslvn, S.] Dak., on business. " I Gee. Prader, of Clinton was a busi-! ness caller Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Kahler motor- THE ORTONWILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, ]*0ward Kaercher received injur- Mrs. Claud Seed and daughter Carl Wur.m. of Dumont, ies in"tm foe( ball game at Madison / left Sunday evening for Alexandria. gaged as commercial Saturda).The ligaments of his backl Mrs. Seed *is a sister of Mrs. B. A. rented a room of Mrs Ne!lie were badlyt0rn and he will probally t Hess. berg. have to remain in bed sometime.] Chas. Propp, L. A. Lateen, J. C.I Bender, Watkins, the peszmaster and[ many more from Clinton were in at-! tendanee at the Legion Carnival here. l On behalf of tim Legion--Thanks!! ed to Milbank Friday. George mowery is working on the road at Eagle Bend. Mis Je:mUhy spent the week e:m at her home in Clinton. Mrs. J. S. Minard visited friends in Montevideo last week. Theodore Swenson, of Clinton, was a business caller Friday Len Woods of Correlt, was a busi- ness caller Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Petersen were Nilbank callers Tuesday. Ray Stegner of Beardsley, was a business caller Saturday. Art Mittlesleadt, of Milbank, was an Ortonville caller Friday. Gordon Shumaker is laid up with blood poisoning of the hand. Ed. Lundgren, of Correll, was an Ortonville caller Wednesday. Mrs. Dave Geier returned from Minneapolis Monday afternoon. Mrs. Kimball of Milbank, visited at the A. L. Shumaker home Monday. Joe Ede, of near Milbank, was a business caller Saturday morning Mr. and Mrs. John Barns of Grace- ville, were business callers Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Anderson are the parents of a baby girl born Sept. 29. William Karels, a faler of YeN lowbanks, was a business caller Mon- day. Hilmer Johnson, of Clinton, attend- ed to business matters here, Satur- day. Mrs. H. W. Hall, of Minneapolis, is visiting Mrs. M. K. Hubbart this ,week. Mrs. Dar Kenyon and children _spent Friday at the Win. Cummens home. Miss Gladys Stuttler and Frank Kiernot motored to Watertbwn, S. D. Sunday. Mrs. Mary Clark returned Monday from Min.neapolis, where she has been visiting. Pat Daly, of Clinton, was among those who attended the Legion Carni- cal here. Louie Peterson and Win. Cummens motored to Madison Friday to attend the races, l A L Moore is having some small i buildings erected on his farm in Otrey township. Mrs. E. Cochran went to Wheaton,! Wednesday, to visit her sister, Mrs. ! Lundstrom. I alga Holm, who teaches in District l 14, spent the week end here with her sister Helga. t H. C Gunderson accompanied Dr.I Bolsta to Wilmot, on a professional ,lM.2d(Y'Mrs. George Witt drove I to Morton, Thursday, to visit Mr. Witts father. [ Mr. and Mrs. MacGregor, of Minne- apolis, spent Sunday with the Roy Kahler family. 1 an he duties as / Louise Munson eg " bookkeeper at the J. rthur Matthews] Garage Monday. Belva Kaereher and Lewis Lind- gren visited the L. M. Kaercher's of Milbank Sunday. The Book Committee of Library Board will meet this week to order some new books. Mrs. A. K. Crawford, of Milbank, visited Mrs. E. L. Eldred the fore part of the week Joe Private, a farmer living near Graceville, transacted business in Or- tonville Saturday. Mrs. Bertha Davis will move into the appartment over the J. Arthur Matthews Garage. Miss Elizabeth Cummens has been elected to the Kappa Theta society of Carlton College. Attorney 'and Mrs. J. J. Eisen- menger, of Milbank were 0rtonville callers Wednesday. Evnil Ostlind is around again, after his recent operation at the Ortonville Evangelical Hospital. Floyd Bolsta left Sunday morning for Minneapolis, where he will enter Dunwoody Institute. Mrs. Owen Farmer of Milbank, vis- Red her sister, Mrs. Nell Brown, the fore part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. George Goodhart and daughter Mary, of Graceville, were business callers Friday. Ray Witt and family moved from the Lovas place to rooms above the Ross Hard,ware Friday. Manley Alsaker and R. C. Schoen attended to business matters in the ities the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Danielson, of Aberdeen S. Dak,, closed their cottage at th e Peninsula last week Mrs. Vincent Strong of Beardsley, spent Sunday at the home of her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Gowan. Miss Thoreston, principle of the Ortonville High School, went to Mon- tevideo Friday to visit friends. Alice Hjiemland, of Madison, spent Sunday with her sisters, Ruth and Judith, who are employed here. P. W. Cauly, furniture dealer of Graceville, attended to business mat- here the first of the week.  Ray Gowan left Sunday for Bugle Lake, Minn., where he is emptoyeu y I tandard Oil Construction Co. Esther and Lily Hillstrom are ding the week end with Mrs. m] Holman, who is a sister. ! Hr. and Mrs. George Danielson, of llorris, visited Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Danielson t the Peninsula, Tuesday. ]Kr. and Mr& William Eaton will leave by car, Saturday, for California,  they intend to spend the win- Mrs. 13. P Kern who underwent pfite a serious operation recently is able to sit up for a few minutes each da]ssie Campbell and Joyee Welch drve to Milbank Thursday, where Welch attended to business mat- r The Congregational Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs. A. L. Moore on ldday afternoon. Everyone cordially vitvd. tL Bongard, Chicago-Mil- mad St. Paul depot agent here, rented the house of Mrs. M. L, ' Rev. and Mrs, J. Walseth left Tues- Mrs. Kate Phillips, representative! for the Richelieu Products of Chicago, day for Granite Falls, where they} was here last week, soliciting for Or- will attend a meeting of the Montevi- ton Bros. deo circuit. They expect to arrive A card received postmarked Granite home the end of the week. i Fall% from Dr. McHugh, of Big Stone Mr and Mrs. Jack Johnson and City, states that they are motoring son, of Corona, S. Dak., arrived Sat- to F!orida. mtmv to spend a few (lays visiting at': ri. t, McDewell, of Gracevilte, the 2. F. Miller home." Mrs. John-' v,z>; a Ludncss caI!e:' i:is week. While son was formerly Miss E,:l,na Miller.! hczc ke visited Mr. anti Mrs. C. E.i Mrs. George MacMurptnv, Mrs. The boys hope everyone liked the af-! James Moultoil and Mrs. C. A. Zwiei:-fair. ! er, returned Monday from Mirmeapo- Mr and Mrs. Chas. Budd and son{ lis, where Mrs. Moulton visized her left Satmday for Milwaukee, Wicon-i daughters, Mrs. Tiesen and Miss Bet-[ sin, where Mr. Budd will resume his; ty. studies at the Marquette School of! Harvey Pf!ueger arrived Thursday Dentistry. Mrs. Budd is the daugh- 1 from Ames Iowa, where he las been ter of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Berte!son of attending the Ames Agricultural Col- this city. : B l'Ole :'. i 5iiss :',iyrtle Ijungdahl, who is! teaching at Appleton, spent Sunday l with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ljungdahl. Attorney F. W. Murphey and wife of Wheaton, and Attorney F. D. Bar- !nard of Olivia, were Ortonville call- ers Tuesday. Alfred Monnie, of Sisseton, S. D., visited at the Henry Eaton home Saturday. Mr. Monnie is Mrs. Ea- ton's brother. John Carlson is at Sisseton, South Dakota, attending to business affairs. Harvey W. Jones, architect is with Mr. Carlson. The Swedish M. E. Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. Fred Jacobson on Thursday, October 12. All are cor- dially invited. R. N. Moore and family are moving this week into the Lovas place. The Moore's have been living in the Win.! Harding house. L. P. Everson and family left Wed- nesday morning by car for Austin, Minn., where they will visit Fred Ever- son and family. F. G. Collins of Des Moines, Iowa, attended to business matters here Tuesday Mr. Collins formerly had a land office here. The Swedish Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet with Mr. J. P. Holmquist Wednesday, October 11. Everybody cordially invited. A. 9.. Halls returned Sunday from Lily S. Dak., where he accompanied the body of his wife, who passed away last week. Miss Etta Mundwiller, who is teach- ing at Bird Island, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mundwiler. Mrs. Harry Letts and daughter Eli- zabeth of Milbank, visited Mrs. A. Norman Saturday. Mrs. Norman is Mrs. Letts ,mother. Mrs. Claude Seed and daughter left Sunday evening for their home in Alexandria. Mrs. Seed is a sister of Mrs. B. A. Hess. A. E. Schaffer, who held an auctin sale at the Kaercher farm, near the depot, Saturday, plans to move to the state of-Washington. Mrs. J. S. Minard .,motored to Ab- erdeen, S. Dak., Sunday to attend to business matters. Mrs. Minard form- erly lived in Aberdeen J. A. Jacobsen, proprietor of the Minnehaha Billiard Parlor suffered a broken right arm near the wrist, while cranking his ear " -., Chas Radtke and family, accompani- ed by Miss Charlotte Reynolds motor- to Wahpeton, N. Dak., Sunday to vis- it friends and relatives. Born, to Mrs. M. P. Roske, of Luverne, Minnesota, a baby girl. The Roske's formerly lived here. Mr. Reske was county agent. Glen Hudson and sister Dena, re- turned Thursday from Hallock, Min- nesota, where they had been visiting their sister, Mrs. Carlson. Miss Blanche Peterson was foreeil to give up her studies at the College of Gustavus Adolphus, when she suf- fered a nervous breakdown. Elizabeth Kahler entertained a few friends at a dinner party Friday eve- ning, later the girls had a large fire and roasted marshmallows. Lyle Stotesbery, son of Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Stotesbery, left on Sunday for Watertown, S. Dak., where he wiJ) take a course in a business scrool. Ted and Norman Burns, living near Odessa, left a few days ago for points in Iowa, where they will visit friends and relatives for two weeks or more. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Reynolds re- turned Friday afternoon from Down- ing, Wis., where they accompanied the remains of Mr. Reynolds' father. The Plelsant Valley Ladies Aid will serve their annual New England Supper Friday, October 6, from 6:00 to 8:30 at the Walter Halleck home. Miss Vigen, Miss Pirsch, Miss Fanhning and Miss George, all teach- ers in the local school, attended the foot ball game at Madison Saturday. Miss Pauline Wallman, who is em- ployed in Langford, S. Dak., is sepnd- ing a two weeks vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F, L. Wail- man. Mrs. C. J. McLeod entertained at one o'clock luncheon Wednesday of last week. Covers were laid for eight. Bridge was played during the after- noon. Loiva Davison and Miss Florence Kennedy are here from Johnson, to spend the week end with Miss Davi- son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Da- VlSOn. Ole I. Steen left Thursday for Granite Falls, where he will attend the convention of the Montevideo Circuit of the Norwegian Lutheran Church. R. C. Dew, who is operating a farm belonging to the Big Stone Canning Company, while alighting from a horse, sustained a broken ankle, a few day ago. E. J. Stegner returned from Leola, S. Dak., Thursday Mr. Stegner-has been conducting a cream station at that place, he intends to remain here for some time Ed. Stuffenberg, of near Grton, S. Dale, attended to business matters here Friday. Mr. Stauffenberg is-the owner of a quarter section of land in Akron township. Mrs. L. A. Kaercher left Tuesday for Benson, where she will substitute in the English department of the high school there, during the illness of one of the instructors. C. W. Merchant, who recently held a sale on his farm, near here, will leave soon for Come Station, R. No. 3, St. Paul, where he intends to make his home in the future. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Roberts and daughter Katherine, of Aberdeen, S. Dak., drove down Saturday to vis- it Mrs. Robert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. MeLeod. Mr. Roberts return- ed to .4berdeen Sunday. Mrs. Rob- erts will spend the week here. lege. Harvey expects to remain at l home until after the Christmas holi- days. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hudson will leave soon for Akron Valley, where they will spend the winter With Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grandprey. Mrs. I Grandprey is a daughter of the ttud- son's. Mr. and Mrs Carl Saterback and Mrs. Will Berg of Wheaton, were Or- tonville callers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Kingman Seller of Red Wing, Minnesota accompanied the Sater- back's. F. M. Birkenmeyer returned Sun- day from Minneapolis and St. Paul, where he has been epurchasing holi- day goods for the Pioneer Co-opera- tive Store. Mr. Phillips, field man for the Big Stone Canning Co., took a carload of hogs and young stock to the South St. Paul market this week. Thirty- Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Sparks and I (laughter, of Redwood Falls, have l been visiting the past few days with t E P Sparks of Big Stone City, who is a teacher in the schools there. The I former are the parents and roster of the latter. Miss Margaret Abbott, who is teaching at Watertown, S. Dak., l spent Sunday at the Chris Richert 1 home in Big Stone City. Miss Ab- t bate, who fornerly taught in Big l Stone recently returned from a trip to Europe. Mrs. C. J. Stark returned Saturday evening from a visit in Minneapolis, Northfield and Oscola, ,qsconsin. She was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. G. B. Campbell at Oseola and al- so visited another daughter, Hannah, at Northfield. Game Warden, Paul S. Goodell, of Herman, drove to Ortonville Tuesday where his Sfe and daughter, who ac- one head of the hogs taken, averaged companied him, took the flyer for 402 pounds, points in Montana. The Goodell's District Superintendent, Rev Otto were accompanied by Game Warden,! A. Johnson, of St. Paul, Minn'., 511 Artch Klawan, of Vheaton. hold services in the Swedish M. E. t "Jerry" Lammel accompanied b):l church Sunday, October 8, at 10:30 A. lhis wife and little daughter arrive(/ M. and 7:45 P. MI All are cordiall 'Saturday night by car, from Green! invited to attend. R. A. Nelson and wife of Min- neapolis, arrived here by ear Wed- nesday. The Nelson's expect to make their home here this winter. They formerly lived on Horeshoe lake farm in Odessa township. Miss Mildred Bolsta left Sunday morning for Forest Glen, Md., where she will resume her studies at Na- tie! Park Seminary. Mrs. Chas. Bol- sea will accompany Miss Mildred as far as Chicago, where they will spe_nd a few days before Mildred goes on to school. Valley, Minnesota, for a visit with i the Henry Hausauer family. Mr.[ Lammel, who was born and raised in i Ortonvil-le, is now engaged in the grain business at Green Valley. He is a brother of Mrs. Hausauer. t Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Lament closed their summer home, "Ben Haven," / and left Tuesday for Aberdeen, S. 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