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PAGE 6 THIS ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT i THURSDAY, ,I- t CLL tON NEWS i ,:. "FIREMEN&apos;5 JAMBOREE" WiLL BE HEI,D, ()CrOBER THE tfrli For tie pulpoe of raismg,(un,i fo" the new fire ha'.l, members ci the fire departmet in meeting hi v;eek, de- cided to hold a "'Firemea's Jamboree," at the fair grouds on Friday evo:',in', Oct. 6. This entertainment will be i: the nature of a big community picnic and weiner roast. There will be refreshment ami amusement tands, various botis v;' interest, band concert and an ad.h'es by D.r.F. I-L Weber, on "Communi::y L M Sweet anti wife who areii - Fred Rasi:,mssen reeer.dy wrote: T()WHI)M IT ?,lAY CONCER v ! ;" ............ touring the country, selling army: i ,ODESSA !'r4;r Do,:tcr--Fo!lov, ino_ your advice N_ ot.ce is /.-er.ym, "g.lven: tn:,.:', :.v" 'an,,l Profcsmn:." " " " and biadet:, held an auction on the: ..u ........ " ! e,'%.,p!enty of fruits aml ve'etables, Mrs. Win. Logan. of Ortrville, 3I!n- [ Business :;treats of Clinton Tuesday night an,l H.H. Reindl v:as a business call- but I a,n't sleep weq at night a!- nesota, reate No. 2, deny liability for! tii.pcsed of a hundred blankets. Tile er at Ortonvilte Wednesd-ly. thouffh I go to bed between eight and any ob!igations that may ever be in-t Ortonvie Electric two him kets thaL were given free, The school in Dist. 41 began Oct. ni:e." curred by their son, W. J. Logan, sub-I, hvcording to 2.gTeement, were won by A. B. Le's and August Larson. , AKRON NEWS 4' ......... 4: B:,i! Cue called on Anton Klages o:e (lab tiff.._ week. Pearson Brothers were Odessa ea!i- el. S.turday evening. Henry and FFed Schmidt called on 2n,!. Miss Nelson of Ortonvi!!e is the teacher. The K. D. C. E. Society held their monthly business meeting at the 1-om of Rev. and Mrs. Eller, Tuesday eve- ninE. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Griese and daughter, Dorothy and Mr. and Mrs. Will Schmidts of Bigstone City, auto- ed to Galt, Iowa, Saturday, to visit To wMeh Dec. Akester curtly re- plied: "Too akv in one bed." Want Ads Get Results. sequent to the publication of thi: no-1 EVERYTItlNG tics in The Ortonville Independent. Phone 49 for prompt and Ir. Vnl. Logan, ] S. A BARN, ProprietOR- Mrs. Win. Logan. ":" DR. CHAS. H. i VETERINARIAN I Phone---Day 31, Night [ Clinton Up-bul,',;,:- " Nveryone is invked to eome to enjoy the event. The fire- men wilt geat!y appreciate your ,up- port. J L. Erickson made a I siness trip to the citie:, tie first of th  ,reek. Che:;ter Chase came home fron: Minneap(lis the first of the v<.e!.. Mi.s Hattie Bolser, of Alvord, Ia., is a guest at the home of qh:,_s. Schlimme. The Fpworth League will nold a social in the chinch parlors nex': Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mr. Martin Rasmussen: made a busines trip to the cities the first of the week. Mrs. F. R. !-i:berg and daughters, Irta and Frar,:% were visitors ia Min- neapolis la: ,. eek. Mencer i .g;und who has been em- ployed in : store in North Dakota, came hc_,: last week. L. A. !arson and Win. Swank went to the , ities on business last Thurs- day, roarning Saturday. Joe Martinson came home the first of the week for a few days visit at the home of his parents. Pawtucket, Dr. Will Rothwell, of Rhea'=" island, is a guest this week of his ,.her, Joe Rothwell. I d [:pcllinger has joined the force at ],e . :rod S. Garage and begun his duties here this week. .H.A. Hewitt of this place and J. C. Hewitt rf Nassau made a business tt'ip to DSrset, Minn., on Tuesday Quite a number of Clinton people Richard Schmeichel Monday. Gust Henkelman and family were Odessa shoppers on Saturday. '31.s. Richard Schmeichel and child- "ran motored to Ortonville Saturday to take in the Legion carnival. Richard Schmeichel and family mo- tored to Malta township Sunday af- ternoon where they visited with Mr. Fosher. Hem v Stoehr and family and Rich- ard Scinneichel and family were among those who attended the Ba- zaar at Odessa on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Larson moved ti'eir household goods to the Roy La:son home Monday. They will stay witi the Larson Bros., through the winter. @ i MALTA 1 Miss Mary Hickson visited at the Paffrath home last week. Ed Tyler aml Miss Bernice Taur- man calle on Miss Bertha Bausemer ,lust Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Cenfield and M. and Mrs. D A. Williams, drove over to sisseton, S. Dak., on Sunday. Martin Martinson and his helper are putting in a foundation for a new barn on the A. A. Randall farm, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Utley have moved to the Cliff and Purcell farm, where Axel Hamberg has been the past two years. Mr. and Mrs. Will Sanders and relatives and friends, i The Parents-Teacher meeting was held at the school house Friday eve- ning, with a fair sized audience. The fol,lowing are the officers for the com- ing yea,.': Supt. Morris; Presklent, Mrs. H. H. Reindl; See'y, Ida Menzel; Treasurer. Refrest}ments were served by the corps of teachers. ! FOSTER !! John Hamner autoed to Ortonville Saturday. i Roy Kenyon and family moved to i Ortonville last week. I H. H. Lux suffered a severe attack I of the "flu" this week. i ! Eastman Bros. purchased several milk cows from Lyle Doe last Thurs- day. Frank Bower, of Wheaton, visited over Sunday at the home of H. H. I Lux. ! \\;Vanton Green marketed a large! bunch of cattle in Beardsley last i week.  [ Ben Sterner was delivering oota-t toe in Clinton and Ortonvilte last week.Levi Eastman traded off his Caith_ - ful Ford lsst Saturday and now drives t a Buick Six. head Martin Arndt delivered several of cattle at the Able Eastmmn farm Friday morning. [ There were no church services at Stephney last Sunday as Rev. Fen-: scke was absent at conference, t have been in attendance at the ehihtren drove to Montevideo Friday J.P. Wilkie added to his fine herd! Obrecht plays in O,rtonville this week i to spend a few days with Mrs. 5i. J. of milk cows by purchasing three hol- The Frances Willard day program Sanders and daughters, steins from Roy Kenyon last week. at the school house was verygood and! It is reported that J. Moore and l Ed. Colwell left Saturday by train, a credit to both the pupn- and teach- i fa.mily will move to the Stanner farm l for western North Dakota, to look af- exs. . I south of Jolmson and that Horace Ly-I ter farming interests in that section. Carl Beaty has rented the rooms! man will move to a farm near Collis. I Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Hegge and Ray- formerly occupied by Leslie treen and ......... _ ___, _.._ ,:  -t.^, u^_^ e.lle n  wii, move his aml],. +a,. ehe Ch'st i rim'ry rtennix, wno has oeen uresh- I munu anu vs  ** **g,e, , u ,  " .  " .... mg this fall m Malta has.returned to the home of Benj. Stegner, Jr., S - ,, next weeK. i . I da a. . ......... ih:s home at Perz, Mmn He was ae- Y" z..t anti t)lrs W b ROSS ann r "  n ron ,/ , ..... ;;:,, '-  .... ur^. ..... "I companted by little Allen Larson, who The Schoen-Semo. Co.,of O . - . w. ,u,: %x v y .c un,.-u,=- 1 will visit with his grandparents, Mr viiie, delivered a ilne trunswlcK! nay afternoon Ior vnnneapons Ior a, "  and Mrs N i Phonograph at the L. Block home " viMt I .... tIenn.x. .. , eh:':Sand S. Garage soht cars this ! edA;:uyeof rta2m2dei2tten,e N;,-:Y Ethel Eastman returnedweek to tim fohowing paries: ,.lar- - , sa enee Sche(lel, Ed. Spellinger and Lester Roselund. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Trenien and so:, and Mr. and Mrs. McNarv, of Han-t cock, wre guests at the V. L. Fo:,s I home on Sunday. [ Mrs. F. J. Johnston, Mrs. Theo.[ Condit aml 4{rs. C. W. Wheeler at-. I tended a meeting of the W. C. T. U., at Beardsley la:t Thursday. l James Barry has severed his .co;-! nection with the S. and S. G:ro.g and has taken up his old positL,u i:: a garage at Wahpeton, N. D. Mr. Arthur Olson is a patie:t at the G,:ace,ilie hospital where she is recovering from a recent operation. Friday and drove home two new cars. Do w)t mi:s the movies Satarday nip,'ht. The picture, "Connecticut Yankee" is an especially good one md all who have seen it esewhere advise ou to 'o. Harrie Buck, daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. George Buck, underweut aa op- eration last week for the removal of cyst from under her chin. She is getting along nicely. Mrs. C. W. Wheeler is improving her residence by replacing the front porch with a fine new one which has l a cement floor and which will be en- closed with windows. Edward Moberg has resigned from his duties at Olson Bros., store and has accepted a position in a store at Kennedy, Minn. Edward has many friends who wish him success. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dimberg are now settled in their own farm home and last Sunday entertained the Ras- mussen and Dimberg families at a very pleasant house-warming party. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ol'son drove to Belgrade the first of the week. On their return home they were aecom- anied by Chris. Knutson, who has en employed as clerk at Olson Bros. store. Mrs. Peter Rasmussen. Mrs. Hanson Mrs. Jens Hanson, of Kenmare, N. D., is a guest at the home of her friend, i is on her way home from Chicago,! where she has been as a delegate to the Danish Sisterhood. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Plummer ex- pect to be comfortabIy settled in their new house by the last of this week. Their home is a very attractive one and adds greatly to the appearance ot ar rapidly growing town. Rev. F..J. Johnston returned on uesday from the Methodist confer- ence at Chisholm, Rev. Johnston has been returned to his charge at Clin- ton for another year, which meets with the hearty approval of his many friends. Baptism wasa4ministered last Sun- day by Rev. Moe to the infant daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lewis. She wag christened, "Ardyce Gazelle." Af- ter the ceremony a large party of rela tires a,,d f,--,ds were entertained at the home, The high school classes betook themselves on weiner roasts last Fri- day evening. The seniors went to Me@ee's Park, the Juniors to Grace- villa Park, and the Sophomores to Sherman's landing. All report a glo- dous time. The M. E. Ladies' Aid met in the church parlors on Wednesday after- noon. The election of officers result- ed in re-election of all officers as fol- lows: Mrs. Condit, preMdent, Mrs. L. A. Lateen, vice-president, Mrs. John Knutson, secretary, and Mrs. Wheeler,. treer on Tuesday. Mrs. Whitte and Fran- cis are moving to Morns so that Fr-mcis can take the post-graduate work at the agricultural school. - . i LAKESIDE NEWS ! Mr. Paul Lindholm was home for ,. short visit last week. 5[iss Minnie Sandberg is helping Sr,lla Lindhohn this week. Re'.'. Frazen called at the home of Leonard IAndstrom last Friday. 3. P. Sandberg started corn shell- in:.; with his rig last Saturday. Mr. anS' Mrs. Earl Carlberg spent Thurlay from Lansing, Iowa, where she has spent the past three weeks with relatives. A number of young people from this neighborhood took in the Legion Carnival and dance at Ortonville, Sat- urday evening. Sidney Stotesbu" has rented the Wm. Toner farm for the coming sea- son anti he and his family moved to l their new home the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Eastman and Mr. and Mrs. R. T. SteRner made a business trip to Ortonville Saturday, and incidentally took in the American Legion Carnival in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elof Hamner and Smday at I'e-rd Lewis' home in Clin- family accompi.nied Mr. and Mrs. Ar ton. t thur Spencer and family, of Beards- Ir. and Mrs. Chas. Gustafson spent] lev, on an automobile tour to points Sunday afternoon at the Ole Jacobsen ] in" North Dakota. They left on Tues- place, near Clinton. ]dav morning and expect to be gone Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Gustafson and for about two weeks. family from near Barry, s.,ent Sunday at the J. W. Anderson home. Milton and Walter Gustafsou left on Monday for Morris, where they will attend the agricultural school. Lewis Miller had the pleasure of having with him over the week-end two brothers, R. D. from Huron, S. Dak., and W. T., of Corona, S. Dak. Mr. and Mm. J. P. Johnson, of Or- tonville and Mr. and Mrs. Henry An- derson and family from near Clinton,, spent Sunday at Grist Andersen's,[ near the lake. Mr. and..Mrs. Oscar GustaFson and daughter, Elda, left f0YSt"r-buck last I Saturday, returning Sunday evening.] Mrs. J. Anderson and Mrs. Oscar Lof-I gren spent Thursday with Stella Lind-] holm. [ i COR00E00SEWS The High School pupils gave a par- ty Friday evening Charlotte Carlson spent Sunday at the Ed. Birk home. Cliff Baker and Mrs. Geo. Baker motored to Ortonville Monday. T. A. Barr and P. D. Vaughan were business callers in Ortonville Monday. Mrs. A. A. DeWall and Mrs. A. L. Woods autoed to Appleton Monday. Mrs. Martha Mere of Minneapolis, visited her sister Mrs. Gee. Baker this week. Mr. and Mrs. E'. L. Johnson return- ed Tuesday from a few days in Ren- rifle. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Barie and fami- ly and Miss Farris spent Sunday in Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luchsinger and daughter, Joyce were Appleton call- ers Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Hudson visited at the Fred Hudson home at Orton- ville Friday. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hudson and Miss Martha Luchsinger were Cor- rell callers Sunday. Mrs. P. W. Fruetel, Mrs. Lena Barr and Mrs. Pete ield were passen- gers to Ortonville Saturday. Win. Rhode and W. F. Rhode and family of Dalton, Wis., c,me Tuesday to visit at the P. D. Vaughan home for a short time. Ferne Hudson returned to her home in Ortonville Tuesday, after having i eant a few days with her sister, Mrs. nk Grandpre. Oscar Lundberg and sister, Alma, of Applet0n, Miss Bernice Hudson, Bernice ott, Helen Vaughan and Elizabeth Hudson, attended the car- nival at Ortonville Saturday night. S $319 $348 $580 No other manu- facturer in the world has so per- sistently main- rained such high standard of qual- ity and so deter- minedly kept prices down. So when you buy( Ford Products you will enjoy not only the satisfac- tion of having made the right choice but of having saved Ir, ormy besides. $395 Can, write or ph, w,u c, n. for e:.w term au. tc F. O. S. tmcr Correll Auto Company F. L. Woods, Prop. Phone No. 1 TOURING DR SDAN COUPE Was No W & W Now Was Now SSS0 $S2S $55{} , $}L.$ $S , $7S $850 , $79S Now! 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