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;LtC_E 2 "THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT 00OLLE00E ][ , VORTONVILLEI, NOTEsPUBLICI SCH00Lil t I00G00AMPAIGN PLANNEO ill LAST CHANCE. f --It&apos;s not too early for those Xmas THURSDAY OCTOBER Mike's Orchestra, of Editor-in-chief ............ :.Irene Warford! The general science class has been Assistant .................. Gerhardt Walseth busy studying the molecular theory of ::O0,000 Needed to Strengthen Gustavus Adolphus College and Theological Seminary. '00:0000lOO;OOO FROM 6EN. BOARD t btenslve Two Weeks' Drive All Set Aby Minn. Conference of Lutheran Augustarta Synod Among 56,000 Members ,Te Begln Oct, 30. The Minnesota ,Conference of the ),therma Augustana Synod will add ., l),O00 to the endowment fund of Assistant ....... ................... John Mitchell Assistant .................. Elizabeth Kahler Eighth grade ............ Lorrayne Warlord Seventh grade ............ Helen Shumaker The Junior High School Curriculum. 8:30-9:00- Advanced Algebra. Community Civics. Gymnasium Work. 9:00-9:20--- Chorus Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Glee Club Tuesday and Thursday. 9:20-10:00- Senior English I. Senior Chemistry. Junior American History. Junior Literature II. Junior English I. ,tmta,vus Adolphus College, St. Peter, linn, pay the conference' quota of Junior English III. ; .ld.',000 to the uilding and endow- !0:00-10:40-- gaen . fund of Augustana Theological minary, Rock Island, Ill., and in ad- .... ,/]tion mplete the payment on the e gymnasium now being erected at L Peter. Minn., a total of $600,000 turing the year t925, according to a :;an of campaign outlineff by the lead- er,f that. conference. Of fhis amount A)e C-neral Education Board of New ork has already promised $100.000 as *=.*ndowrent for Gustavus Adolphus 3olege providing the conference" it- f add the other $290.000 over and v*e all indebteduess of that institu- Jon. This leaves $500,000 that the .... ::arpaign 1.eaders are askin the 56.- B)9 nmmbex$ of this conference, living .] Minnesota, ,Wisconsin, North and Search IXota, t$ pledge during the r weeks Of October 30th-November .3t 'Gustavtts tolphus Gymnasium. "the gymnasium fund ,as started by the * student of Gustavus Adolphus .v]i]ege over two years ago when they, oge?her .mlth the faculty, subscribed $1200. The city of St. Peter, with a opulation of 4,000, pledged$20, 000 re- ;extiy, and alumni and friends of the [tge have added from' time to time tntil the fund now amounts to $50.000. The responsibility for the comple - ]:t o'f the gymnasium fund together .ith,the raising of the college endow- ueat and the seminary funds was as- sumed ,by a vote of lay and clerical .ulegates reoresenting the 349 church- .s of the conference at the annual :anvention held at Stillwater, Minn.. ,-t March. The board of directors of '2/usoavus Adolphus College was auth- zize(i to pan for the raising of the Pls and begin at opce with the con- = ,rtCtion of the new gymnasium. tdew Campalgn Plan Adopted, "the plan agreed upon by this i)oard .... vas .something new in the Minnesota :hferenee. Heretofore the funds -ve been raised by the college presl- te2  assistants going from town - , "own and making a personal can- ,mss This method, the hoard argued, .....  ntK only ineffigient and most ex- -,;.ive. but that iL would no raise  , e'funs iutime t relieve the serious ,..amd immediate need of the college or : ,.:e advantage of the offer of $100,- ..... :lt from the General Board of Educa- tion f ',2ew Yor, k. The new plan adopted was (o merge . :coIlege and 8em,lnary funds and -,ake an intensive campaign during :he two ,weeks following October 30th, . ,:axrying the 'appea for funds into .omsry aome in the conference, laying : .:: ase .squarely before them and ask- < the ,D00 members to pledge $500 , ;: to ,,oover the amount needed, pay- :bl' in part January 1st. 1922. and the  .alance 3anuary let, 192, The details - worked oat by a sub-committee ,omsisting of Dr. O. "J. Johnson, presi- -et of Gustavus Adoiphus College, , "lv. O, J. Arthtrr, Mankato. Minn., tted by Dr. Gustav Andreen, presi- ,.t :tff the Augugtana Theological inary, RoCk Island; Ill.. and Roy. .,, T. Ekblad, Superior. Wis., the two , a:ter vpresentiug the theological Appm.al Of :Executle Committee. The Jew campaign plan has been ap ,7-vodly the ee:utave committee of  amnference, the body empowered :,::y a special ,resolution to pass upon  tll 7ett for ftmds. The chairmen < ttte 0 tistricta have endorsed the :,: and have held meetings of lay . :.=aa clerical delegates from all the ,ltm*ehs vf,eaeh district, and with :, .e.areely an exception the districts Fqiave voted o carry ,out the plan of te committee. The leaders of the ,:.mw movement now believe that the anfereace will move as a unit to stregtlm the co,legs and seminary , *ay creating additional funds and erect- adequate buildings and thus pro- - ,ride :for ',the traltttng of additional ' .you.g men as ministers of the Gospel. /:UST SUPPLY PASTORS ;FOR MANY VACANCIES cCamp;fig Arousing Interest Among College Men to Enter Minlatry No Pastors tn 60 Churches. The leaders of the Lutheran Minne- : ta Conference realize the great need :2ha 4s prompting the present appeal .. he strengthening of Gustavus : :&dolphusCollege and Augustana The- b]gical Seminary, for these lnstitu- $ions furniM the supply of pastors. t s a well-known fact, however, that . Lhe present rime'there are 30 va- ;:cies in the conference and that means about 60 churches without pas- ,,r. and. unless this problem of the ;b.crtc of ministers is solved, not ny the growfh but the present status ..... . b,e conference is at stake'. . Senior English II. Senior Chemistry (Lab), Community Civics (Tues., Thurs). Geography I (Monday, Wednesday and Friday. General Science I, (Tuesday and Thin, day. Junior English III. 10:40-11:20-- French I. Junior Chemistry. Senior Hone Training II. General Matmatics (A). - Senior American I-Iory, Penmanship and Spelling (Seventh and Eighth). " @ Shorthand II. General Mathematics (B). Social Problems. Junior History I. Junior English II. Shorthand I. t2:00-1:15 Noon  Hour. 12:55-1:20-- Ninth Grade Hygiene. 1:20-2:00- Biology. Junior Home Training III. Junior Manual Training III. Plane Geometry. Bookkeeping I and II. Juuior History II. Junior Mathematics I. 2:00-2:40-- Senior Home Training III Senior Manual Training III. Jim:or Mathematics II. Bookkeeping I nd II. Junior Literature I. 2:40-3:20- Modern History. emor Enghsh I. Junior Home Training I. Junior Manual Training I. lunior Drawing and iusie. Ancient History. Type,riting. 3:20-4 :(]) Physical Education (7 & 8). General Science (B). Junior Hole Training II. Junior Manual Training II. Public Speaking. Junior Drawing & Music. Typewriting. RE-AT WHEATON! Let's got Where ? Wheaten. Why ? To help win the game. Let's all plan on oing to Wheaten and yell for the team. Trim Wheaten. gases the past few days. The Ortonville high school lost to the Alumni last Saturday afternoon by a score o/f 46 to O. The new chemistry goods have ar- rived, and after dish-washing for one period we were ready for actual lab- oratory. r Mr. Stegner was agreeably surprised at the marks received in the six weeks examinations written by the chemis- try students. Geneva Beck, who underwent an operation ow her foot last week was the recipient of a beautiful bouquet of flowers sent by the Senior class o which she is a mmber. The Ortonville high "school team journey's to Wheaten Saturday, Octo- ber 29, to tackle the Wheaten squad. This game will be the most interest- ing and best game of the season. The modern history class has finish- ed the survey of the Ancient and Me- dieval period of history and are now ready to take up the study of Modern History from their regular text books. Boy Scout meetings could not be held on Monday and Tuesday this week be- cause of a superintendents and coach- es conference at Appleton Monday night and because of open school eve- sing Tuesday night. The Ortonville high school plays its next Football game at Wheaten next Saturday, October 22. Let's go to Wheaten and yell for our team. This game will De the most interesting of all the Football games this year, so let's turn out and have a big showing from Ortonville at Wheaten next Sat- urday. The One Who Tells. Whene'er a fellow is a fool, The people 'round about Will always know it; as a rule, They seem to find it out. Although he poses like the great, Although his bosom swells, If he's a fool, as sure as fate. There's someone always tells. He may put on an awful front, He may be right in style-- Regardless of his style or stunt The people only smile.- However much he makes a show., However high he dwells, If he's a fool, folks seem to know-- And he's the one who tells. Your last chance to get army blank- ets at auction will be on Saturday, October 22, when an auction sale will be held on thestreets of Big Stone City commencing at 2:00 o'clock p. m. These blankets were purchased last I spring which makes this sale poible 1 as they are not to be had on the mar- ket now. They have advanced in price 75c each. 24-1 "Robert." said the mother sternly to her offspring who had just-broken a window with a baseball, "I'm going to give you a good whipping--not be- cause you broke the window, but be- cause you broke your promise to me that you would stop playing ball near the house." "Dw, ma," whimpered the boy, "can't you do it for breakin' the win- dow? Dad'll have to lick somebody for that." Maggie--"The garbage man is here, s0r." Professor (from deep thought) "My! My! tell him we don't want any," The pessimist is a man who is look J] The trophy cups are on display in ing for the worst and who is disap- the high school assembly room. [ pointed if he doesn't find it. Savings Made Now will be a fine thing to have in the future. Small amounts are as cheerfully received as large "amounts. We pay 4 Per Cent on Savings and 5 Per Cent on Time Certifi- cates. Save some of your earnings and let it earn interest for you. We will be glad to count you as one of our satisfied customers. / First National Bank ORTONVILLE MINNESOTA LEGAL NOTICES [ @ SUMMONS. STATE OF MINNESOTA,County of Big Stone--as. District Court, Six- teenth Judicial District. T.F. Ner- enz, plaintiff, against William He:- decker, defendant. The State of Minnesota to the above lamed de- fendant: You are hereby summoned and re- quired to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the above entitled ac- tion, which complaint has been filed in the office of the Clerk of said Dis- trict Court at the city of Ortonville, county of Big Stone, and state of Minnesota, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said cam,plaint on the subscriber, at his office in the city of Ortonville, in the county of Big Stone, within twenty days after service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service, and if you fail to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plain- tiff in this action will, upon such fail- ure, take judgment against you .for the amount demanded in said com- plaint, together with plaintiff's costs and disbursements herein. Dated Sop: tember 7, A. D. 1921. A. R. KAERCHER, Plaintiff's Attorney , Ortonville, Minn. photosa dozen photos--a dozen ply for a dance at the Xmas remembrances. A leather pho- at Odessa on Thursday ni to case free with each order. The Reed ber 27. Everyone is StBdio, Ortoaville. to attend. Secretly the janitor believes that To err is human; so it he was the fellow who really made that third basemen are the ball a success, all. Let Us Serve You Whether you are really hungry or wish only a light lunch you will find that food and served at The Pie House has a flavor and has +he "Home Cook" taste, for home cooked. No Substitutes are used in Pie House We use only the best ingredients. THE PIE HOUSE C. A. BEARD, Proprietor Q ,f%I' @ What!s YOUR Time Worth? \\; HFN you go to buy a pair of boots, a can)f peas or a kitchen cabinet, do you know exactly what you want---or do you "shop around" and take pot luck? You can save many an hOur's time--and many a good hard dollar--by knowing beforehand what you want, where to get it, and approximately how much it Will cost. You can always know this much before you enter a store. If it's clothing, you know how well it should wear and what the style should tie. If it's a musical instrument, you know what to expect in tone and workmanship. If its' carpet sweeper, you know what kind of service it should give. Merchants with established reputations for honesty are the best with whom to deal. Merchandise with established reputation is the best to buy. The only way to be sure of the goods you buy is to read the advertisements in this paper ,regularly. As a practice it's far better than rummaging around. It saves time. It saves money.  .... Read the Advertisements The 0rtonville Independent Most News "The Buyer's Guide" Largest Circulation" @ "THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, OCTOBER FUN[} !11t ORTONVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOL-i[ 1 . I,00AMPAIGN PLANNEO ' " ,.NOTES :;O0,O00 Needed to Strengthen Gustavus Adolphus College and Theological Seminary. 0000tOO;OOO FROM 6EN. BOARD f tensbte"Two 'Weeks' Drive All Set y Minn. Conferen of Lutheran Augus.ata Synod Among 56,000 Members ,'re Begln Oct. 30. The Minnesota Conference of the )L1hea Augustana Synod will add .. ]O,OO to the endowment fund of ,.,tmfvtts Adolphus College, St, Peter, in., pay the conference' quota of ; $1,'000 ,to the uikling and endow- sen . fund of Augustana Theological minary, Rock Island, Ill., and in ad- ..JYttio mplete the payment on the  gymnasium now being erected at L Peter. Minn., a total of $600,000 - ,:turlng the year 1922, according to a : an of campaign outlineff by the lead- -:ers,af that conference. Of this amount _be Gneral Education Board of New "York has already promised $100,000 as *-:.ndowment for Gustavus Adolphus -= -7olege providing 'the conference" it- mpAf add the other $290.000 aver and mve all indebteduess of that institu- -:on. This leaves $500,000 that the .., :umpaign leaders are askin the 56.- B)9 membexs of this conference, living elm Minnesota, Wisconsin, North and Search IXota, t$ pledge during the r) wCeks Of October 30th-November ..:',L: t,h "Gustavus .dolphus Gymnasium. 'The gymnasium fund -,as started by f, he" tudent :of Gustavus Adolphus , c.oBege over two years ago when they, :3gether .with the faculty, subscribed 12;900. The city of St. Peter, with a ;opulation of 4,000, pledged'S20,000 re- ,sentry, and alumni and friends of the rtege have added from" time to time mtil the fund now amounts to $50,000. The responsibility for the comple :3 o'f the gymnasium fund together ]t.h the raising of the college endow- .ueat and the seminary funds was as- sumed ,by a vote of lay and clerical : 5legates tel)resenting the 349 church- .zs of the conference at the annual :nvention held at Stillwater, Minn., '., :".2at Iffarch. The board of directors of - .u.avus Adolphus College was auth- ize(i to ptan for the raising of the ws and begin at opce with the con- , rtivn of the new gymnasium. 1New ,'Campaign Plan Adopted. "The plan agreed upon by this board .... v .amething new in the Minnesota 3ferenee. Heretofore the funds ave he'en raised by the college presl- , tet ,I assistants going from town ,  "own and making a personal can- ,trss This method, the board argued, .... :a n only ineff]dient and most ex- :ive, but that it would not raise r :ae'furs intime t relieve the serious ,. xd Immediate need of the college or ,' .:%.ke advantage of the offer of $100,- , from t*ne General Board of Educa- n ,f ew York. The new plan lepted was [o merge .?. coIl and aem.inary 5unds and .:make an intensive campaign during :he two ,weeks following October 30th, .:::'ryJng the 'aPla for funds into Editor-in-chief ............ :.Irene Warford Assistant .................. Gerhardt Walseth Assistant ....... - ................... John Mitchell Assistant .................. Elizabeth Kahler Eighth grade ............ Lorrayne Warford Seventh grade ............ Helen Shumaker The Junior High School Curriculum. 8:30-9 :O0-- Advanced Algebra. Community Civics. Gymnasium Work. 9:00-9:20--- Chorus Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Glee Club Tuesday and Thursday. 9:20-10:00 Senior English I. Senior Chemistry. Junior American History. Junior Literature II. Junior English I. Junior English III. 20:00-10:40-- Senior English II. Senior Chemistry (Lab), The general science class has been busy studying the molecular theory of gases the past few days. The Ortonville high school lost to the Alumni last Saturday afternoon by a score of 46 to O. The new chemistry goods have ar- rived, and after dish-washing for one period we were ready for actual lab- oratory. -" Mr. Stegner was agreeably surprised at the marks received in the six weeks examinations written by the chemis- try students. Geneva Beck, who underwent an operation on her foot last week was the recipient of a beautiful bouquet of flowers sent by the Senior class o which she is a mmber. The Ortonville high "school team journey's to Wheaten Saturday, Octo- ber 29, to tackle the Wheaten squad, Community Civics (Tues., Thurs). This game will be the most interest- Geography I (Monday, Wednesday ing and best game of the season. and Friday. General Science I, (Tuesday and Thursday. Junior English IlI. 10:40-11:20- French I. Junior Chemistry. Senior Hoe Training II. General MaCematics (A). - Senior American I-Iory, Penmanship and Spelling (Seventh and Eighth). Shorthand II. * General Mathematics (B). Social Prohlems. Junior History I. Junior English II. Shorthand I. 12:00-1:15-- Noon  Hour. 12:55-1:20 Ninth Grade Hygiene. 1:20-2:00- Biology. Junior Home Training III. Junior Manual Training III. Plane Geometry. Bookkeeping I and II. Junior History II. Junior Mathematics I. 2:00-2:40-- Senior Home Training III Senior Manual Training III. Jtnior Mathematics II. Bookkeeping I nd II. Junior Literature I. 2:40-3:20-- Modern History. Senior Eflglsh I. Junior Home Training I. Junior Manual Training I. lunior Drawing and Iusic. Ancient History. Typewriting. 3:20-4 :() Physical Education (7 & 8). General Science (B). Junior Hoe Training II. Junior Manual Training IL Public Speaking. Junior Drawing & Music. Typewriting. BE-AT WHEATON! Let's go! Where ? Wheaten. rhy ? To help win the game. .... ,--wr] ame In he conference, laying Let's all plan on oing to Wheatov ::] ase .squarely before them and ask- ancl yell for the team, a the ,00 members to pledge $500,- Trim Wheaten. : ;: te,.aover the amount needed, pay- -.:tbte in part January let, 1922, and the The trophy cups are on display in  :.ance 3anuary let, 192$. The details the high school assembly room.  re wcwked out by a sub-committee The modern history class has finish- ed the survey of the Ancient and Me- dieval period of history and are now ready to take up he study of Modern History from their regular text books. Boy Scout meetings could not be held on Monday and Tuesday this week be- cause of a superintendents and coach- es conference at Appleton Monday night and because of open school eve- ning Tuesday night. ,:m$lstlng of Dr. O. J. Johnson, presi- ' .... et of Gustavus Ado!phus College, [ "lv. O. J. Artht, Mankato, Minn,, ,miated ,by Dr. Oustav Andreen, presi- ,:t :of the Augusana Theological inary, RoCk ISlandf Ill,, and Roy. .t. `T. Ekblad, Superl', Wis., the two ,tter Tepresentlng the theological ,- temnary. Appmval 0f:Executlve Committee. 'The tew campaign plan has been ap,. ,vad,by the eeatlve committee of - onerence, the bedy empowered :y a pecial reelutlea to pass upon Jl ea for ftmds. The chairmen :f e f) lstrlct have endorsed the , and aave hekl meetings of lay ..:.:aa clerical delegates from all the .dtm*Che$ of,each district, and with . m=ee an exception the districts Vf! kave votel o carry aut the plan of , committee, The leaders of the : .mw movement now believe that the ,nfeeace will move as a unit to : ,tregtk the college and seminary , "ay creatrag additional funds and ereet- adequate buildings and thus pro- ,ride :for '.the traipsing of additional '--?ottg men as ministers of the Gospel. :::=;f SUPPLY PASTORS FOR MANY VACANCIES tJ'Pampalgn Arousing interest Among College Men to Enter Minlatry No Pastors in 60 Churches. The leaders of the Lutheran Minne- : ota Conference realize th9 great need  haL .is promptin the present appeal .. the strengthening of Gustavus _ ,dtelphuo College and Augustana Theo- logical Seminary, for these institu- .ions furnish the supply of pastors. :t is a well-known fact, however, that ?, the present rime'there are 30 va- nciee in the conference' and that means about 60 churches without pas- ,;or. and. unless this problem of the h:rtac of ministers is solved, not ly the growth but the present status .  h9 conference is at stake'. The Ortonville high school plays its next Football game at Wheaten next Saturday, October 22. Let's go to Wheaten.and yell for our team. This game will be the most interesting of al! the Football games this year, so let's turn out and have a big showing from Ortonville at Wheaten next Sat- urday. The One Who Tells. Whene'er a fellow is a fool, The people 'round about Will always know it; as a rule, They seem to find it out. Although he poses like the great, Although his bosom swells, If he's a fool, as sure as fate, There's omeone always tells. He may put on an awful front, He may be right in style--- Regardless of his style or stunt The people only smile.- However much he makes a show., ' However high he dwells, If he's a fool, folks em to know-- And he's the one who tells. "Robert," said the mother sternly to her offspring who had just-broken a window with a baseball, "I'm going to give you a good whipping--not be- cause you broke the window, but be- cause you broke your promise to me that you would stop playing ball near the house." "Dw, ma," whimpered the boy, "can't you do it for breakin' the win- dow? Dad'll have to lick somebody for that." Maggie"The garbage man is here, sor." Professor (from deep thought)-- "My! My! tell him we don't want any." The pessimist is a man who is look- ing for the worst and who is disap- pointed if he doesn't find it. Savings Made Now will be a fine thing to have in the future. Small amounts are as cheerfully received as large "amounts. We pay 4 Per Cent on Savings and 5 Per Cent on Time Certifi- cates. Save some of your earnings and let it earn interest for you. We will be glad to count you as one of our satisfied customers. d H / First National Bank MINNESOTA ORTONVILLE LAST CHANCE. --It's not too early for those Xmas Mike's Orchestra, of Your last chance to get army blank- photosa dozen photos--a dozen play for a dance at the eta at auction will be on Saturday, Xmas remembrances. A leather pho- I at Odessa on Thursday October 22, when an auction sale will to case free with each order. The Reed ber 27. Everyone is cordially be hehl on the'streets of Big Stone StBdio, Ortonville. to attend. City commencing at 2:00 o'clock p.m. Secretly the janitor believes that To err is human; so it These blankets were purchased last he was the fellow who really made that third basemen are spring which makes this sale poible the ball a success, all. as they are not to be had on the mar- ket now. They have advanced in, price 75c each. 24-1 LEGAL 00OTICES I @ SUMMONS. STATE OF MINNESOTA,County of Big Stene---ss. District Court, Six- teenth Judicial District. T.F. Ner- enz, plaintiff, against William Hei- decker, defendant. The State of Minnesota to the above flamed de- fendant: You are hereby summoned and re- quired to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the above entitled ac- tion, which complaint has been filed in the office of the Clerk of said Dis- trict Court at the city of Oonville, county of Big Stone, and state of Minnesota, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said cam, plaint on the subscriber, at his office in the city of Ortonville, in the county of Big Stone, within twenty days after service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service, and if you fail to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plain- tiff in this action will, upon such fail- ure, take judgment against you Sor the amount demanded in said com- plaint, together with plaintiff's cost and disbursements herein. Dated Sep- tember 7, A. D. 1921. A. B. KAERCHER, Plaintiff's Attorney , Ortonville. Minn. Let Us Serve You Whether you are really hiangry or wish only a light lunch you will find that food and served at The Pie House has a flavor and has the "Home Cook" taste, for home eooked. No Substitutes are used in Pie House We use only the best ingredients. THE .PIE HOUSE C... BEAR D, Proprietor q Q What!s YOUR Time Worth? \\; HFN you go to buy a pair of boots, a canof peas or a kitchen cabinet, do you know exactly what you want--or do you "shop around" and take pot luck? You can save many an hour's time--and many a good hard dollar--by knowing beforehand what you want, where to get it, and approximately how much it Will cost. You can always know this much before you enter a store. If it's clothing, you know how well it should wear and what the style should t)e. If it's a musical instrument, you know what to expect in tone and workmanship. If its' tt carpet sweeper, you know what kind of service it should give. Merchants with establihed reputations for honesty are the best with whom to deal. Merchandise with established reputation is the best to buy. The only way to be sure of the goods you buy is to read the advertisements in this paper ,regularly. As a practice it's far better than rummaging around. It saves time. It saves money. Read the Advertisements The Ortonville Independent Most News "The Buyer's Guide" . Largest Circulation $ use suBJEct ro L,CNSE AOREEMENr REPRODSCr,ON D,SSEM,NAr,ON SrORAOE s,srs,ssr,oN PROH,B,rED iG.A.COLLEGE FUND i400AMPAIGN PLANNED :;-000 Needed to Strengthen Gustavus Adolphus College and Iheoiogioa] Seminary. 3lOg,R00 FROM 6EN. BOARD ,= Two WekS Drip All 8el y Mnn. cQnfoR Of I.uthePan Augua SX= Amo,g eO MemJera TO AeOIn Oct* .  M Co,Eorence of tl  &uguztBna Synod w]] add .qDO.OQO to the euduwmt fund ol tvus Adolphul CollUDe. SL Ptvr. ia, p)" e nfernee qata o e. fnd of Augustans TheOLogical rnar, Rock IRIKnO. ILl, and In ad.  of campaign out1eff by the lead . thatvoufren Otlsamount .v all idhtedoess U[ that Jdtu =apaJgn leaders  aki the 56,.  w of Gctber 30th-Noenbez he gymnasium tud .s started b le have added rom tme to Hm Bh the raisllz of t o]lee eedow- t anti the eminrY fud ws as- samd y a vote ut lay ud rlcal  u[ he eo,ferenee at te yltlvus /dolph.$ t3ol]ege we auth. ew eapalg Plan Adopted, he ]au agxed upon by tbL board  own and mlug a personal can  This meth, th board ve. but th&t It wuald not rMse e Yu Jn tt t$ lieve the serious d mediate need OE  dt.tage of te Offer o $10e.-  um  G ael  Board f e , pt, a vd was ( hu two ,week follwig October 0th, . z  i he mfeaee, ay DE ne 3anuW 1eL 1921. The tIla  warlte out JtluK I D. O '. Johnson, preal. .... t ef Guv Aao!pu Co]ge, ,o. J. &tth. Mankato, MInn.. hled ,y Dr. Gustv Aaden, pre$1. : mznary, ROOk lslaad IlL, and Rev, eL T. lkbtg, Superl, WIS, the two ,'pc&l f etl Committee, .Idll ltl for [|. The ehafrmen .  leal 4elevates from [l , ofeh district, and with :   pem the districts Tve otdo cy.t the p| ot -llm lttee, :tw muemeut it believe teegt the ellep ad seminary ute bulldogs and thus pr . ,RI e  the t o[ addRIou] UST SUPPLY PASTORS OR MANY VACANCIES No pntorl Im  Chhel, -z lead.s of t l.utera. o Coerua reHse tz great nd -zt i poruPflng the resent ppel el 6emlua, tos furnish the supply ol i 1[ i  wel]-kuown laet, i mean about 0 e'arehus without pas- rtae f mmlsers Is solve, not t "THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT LAST CHANCE. --It's not oo early for those Xmi - 0RTONVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOL .............................. l .... I .................... IIII I NOTES I I Editor.in-chief ............ Ilene The general selenee Assistant .............. Gerhardt Wlseth busy studing the mo]ecular theory ol Aitan .......... John MitchelL gases the pst few day. Assistan t Eighth grale....Loaye Wsror(; The Otonille high hool Seventh gde ....... Helen Shlmaker the Alumni last Saturday by  seo o 46 to o, t 1 b s t rd I : membrans A ea her pho a Odessa e a sue,on '11 e on aa a, 7 October 22 ,,'hen an auction sa e wil{ to ease fe with each order. The Reed beL . be held on thastreets of Big Stone Stdio, Ortonville. to attar. City commencing at 2:00 o'clock p m Seel'etly the-- anJr believes that Tu err ;s human; These blankets were purehad !ast he wa the ellow whu ally made tha thil baseme  pr, ng whle make this sae po b e as they al not to e had on the mar- the bali a uecess.  all. They havo advand J., LEGAL NOTICES The Junior HiGh 8111 C.iculu 8:30-0:0-- Adveed Algebr Cummunity Civle. Gymnasium work. 9:-9:2- Choms Monday. Wedneay Friday. Glee Club Tuesday and Thursday. 9:20-10:0 Senior English I. Senor ChemisVlT. Junior America. Hitury Junior Lteratare I1. Ju.ior English I. Ju.iur English IIL 0:00-10:4 Senor English IL Senler Chemistry (Lab), Commu.ity Civics (Tues.* Thur). Geography I (Monday, Wednesday and Friday. . General Science 1, (Tuesday Thutay. Juror English Ill. 10:40-11:20-- Fzneh |. Junior Chemistry. Senior Home Trah,h,g II. General Matbemati (A}. Senior Ameri. Iory, Penmu.hip and Spelliug (Seventh a.d Eighth) Shorthand II Gu,/era Mathematics (B). Sia *Prohle. Junior History L Junior E,,gish lI. Shorthand l. 12:00- :le Noo Ho.r. 2:55 l:2-- Ninth (h'ade Hygieae. 1:20-2: lliology. Ju.o, Home Trai.i.g III. Junior Ma.ual Training II] Plane Geometry. Bookkeeping I and 1[. Juior Hstol'y IL Juaior Mathematics L Senor Home Tralnizg IH Se.ior Manual Training IIL J,fior Mathemtles IL " Bookkeeping ] ad If. Jug;or Lrature I Modern History. Senior Edglsh L Junor Hne Trai.ng I. Junior Munual Tranlng I. unlor Drawing a.d luie. Auient History. Type ting, 3:20-4:-- physleal Ed,,eation (7 & 8). Ge.eral Science (B). Junor Hut0e -alnlng I]. Junor Manual Training IL Public Saklng. The new ehemistr---- goods have at- SUMMONS. rived, und after dish-wshing for one OF MINNESOTA,Count Bg Stonss. District Court, Six period we were ready for teenth Judicial District. oratory. ez, plainff, agai. -- deeker, defe.danL The Minneta to the above fender: by the You are hereby summuned and re- try tudts quired  answor the complmnt of -- the plaintiff in the abuve entitled a tlon, whleh eumpLaint h been filed Geneva Beak, who in the office of the CIerk of id Ds- or her foot last the ipent uf a beautiful buuquet of trier Court at the cty of C'Wnvlle, ecunty oi Big Stone, and state of ower set by the Senor class u: Minnesota and tu ee a espy of your hieh he s  mmber, a.sr to the said emplamt on the -- subsehber, at hi omee in the city of The Ortonville high sehuo] team O,.vl]e in the u.ty uf mg Su, ;onrney's to Wheaten Saturday, Oet twenty days after  ee uf bOl' 29, to tkle the Wheaton squad, this summons upon you, exluslve ef ,the day uf such see, and if you lug and bet game uf the asou. fall tu swer withln the time  take judgment against y he amount demanded n die,a period of hstory all Naint, together ready to take up the study ot Moderr History Boy Scent mting: on i on ay and Tuesday this week be at Appleton Monday ,ng Tuelay nlghu The 0rtonville high hoo plays its nex Football game at Wheaton nox Saturday, October 22. Let's go to Wheaton nd yell for our team Ths feom game wfl e the most i.terot.g of al the Foutball gam this year, so eC tv,, out and have a bg showing L urda The One Who Tells. Wlmne'er a fellow s a fool  The people 'round about !Will always know it; as a rule. T ey eem to find t out. Although he pos like the great, A/thuugh his busom swells, If he's a foul. as ure  fate. There's omeone always tells, He ]u p.t en n awful frunt, He may be rht in syl gegalless of his tye or stunt The people only smile." However much ho makes a shu, However high he dwell, If he' a fool, folks em to know-- And he' the one who tlls. "Robeet," sad the mether sternly to her offprng wh had just broken a wiuduw wth a baseball, 'Tin go.g to give you a oo,l whipgm-uu be- eauc you broke the whldow, but be- eau e you broke your promse tu me that you would stop playl.g ball near lamber 7, A. D. 191 A. B. KAERCHER, J Plaintiff's Attoey, Or tonville. Minn. [ Q Let Us Serve You Whether you are really himgry or wish only fl a fight lunch you will findhhat food and served at The Pie House flavor and has'the "Home Cook" taste home cooked. No substitutes are used We use only the best ingredients. THE .PIE HOUSE C. A. BEARD, Proprietor ......... YOUR What!s Time Worth? Junior Drawing & Music.  the hour." Typewriting. [ "Dw, ms," whimped the boy, -- /"can't you do it for bakin' tb wi BE-AT WHEATONI dow? Dadql have to lick somebody Let's go! for that." Whe ?  Wheaton Maggie"The garbage man s here, Why? or" To help wi. the game. Professor (fm deep thought)-- It's an plan o. ong to Wheaton "My Myl tell him  don'1 wa.t d yen for the team. any." Tr m Whe=ton. -- The pessimist [ a man whe J : look- The traphy cups are on display h ng for the wurst d who is disap- high hl embly zoom. pointed if he doesn't find t. Savings Made Now will be a fine thing to have in the future. Small amount are as cheerfully received as large'amounts. We pay 4 Per Cent on Savings and 5 Per Cent on Time Certifi- cates. Save some of your earnings and let it earn interest for you. We will be glad to count you as one of our satisfied customers. / First National Bank ORTONVILLE MINNESOTA - x 7"HN you go to buy a pai of boots, a can-of peas or a kitchen cabinet, do you know exactly what you want-r do you "shop around" and take pot luck? You can save many an hour's time--and many a good hard doiIar--by knowing beforehand what you want, where to get it, and approximately how much it frill cost. You can always know this much before you enter a store. If it's clothing, you know how well it should wear and what the style should be. If it's a musical instrument, you know what to expect in tone and workmanship If ' its a carpet sweeper, you knowwhat kind of service it , should give. Men, chants with establi#hed reputations for honesty are the best with whom to deal. Merchandise with established reputation is the best to buy. The only way to be sure of the goods you buy is to read the advertisements in this paper .regularly. As a practice it's far better than rummaging around. It sa'ves time. It saves money.  :_ Read the Advertisements The 0rtonville Independent "The Buyer's Guide" Most News Largest Cireu|ation" iGE i "THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY OCTOBER ' !6,g COLLEGE FUND I00AMPAI6N PLANNE[I :$5fl0)00 Needed to Strengthen Gustavus Adolphus College and Zheoiogical Seminary. 0000]O0;OOO FROM GEN. BOARD t Stnshre Two 'Weeks' Drive All Set by Minn. Conferenoe of Lutheran Augustm'ta ,Synod Among 56,000 Members ,'re Begin Oct, 30. The Minnesota Conference of the >Ytherma Augustana Synod will add :9.000 to the endowment fund of .tmtvtts A'dolphus College, St, Peter, i., PaY the conference' quota of ; .1;000 .to the uikling and endow- ,en. fund of Augustana Theological minary, Rock Island, Ill., and in ad-  ,,:liti omplete the payment on the  gymnasium now being erected at l: Peter. Minn., a total of $600,000 urilg the year 1922; according to a ;'an of campaign outlined" by the lead- -x,f that. conference. Of this amount e Gneral Education Board of New 'k has already promised $i00,000 as -:n(lowment for Gustavus Adolphus :. olege providing 'the conference" it- self add the other $200.000 aver and mve all indebtedness of that institu- - on. This leaves $500,000 that the ., ::mpaign leaders ave askin the 56.- 09 membexs of this conference, living ]a Mnnesota, Wisconsin, North and Sorth Do.kerR, te pledge during the o we!ks Of October 30th-November .7 ta Gustavtm A, dophus Gymnasium. The gymnasium fund -,as started by the" tudent :of Gustavus Adolphus r.oJege over two years ago when they, :oge:her ,wth the faculty, subscribed ;12;00. The city of St. Peter, with a ;opulation of 4,000, pledged$20,000 re- zanily, and alumni and friends of the r)tege have added from time to time I ._ntil the fund now amounts to $50,000. I The responsibility for the comple 1 :Ti o'f the gymnasium fund together R.h,the raising of the college endow- :meat and the seminary funds was as- sumed ,by a vote of lay and clerical legates re])resenting the 349 church- , . of the conference at the annual nvention held at Stillwater, Minn., '.,, t March. The board of directors of .uavus Adolpbus College was auth- med to pan for the raising of the :zs and begin at oince with the con- :.=rrttivn of the new gymnasium 1New :Campaign Plan Adopted. The plan agreed upon by this board .... va .mething new in the Minnesota Jferenee. Heretofore the funds ve he'en raised by the college presi- ,  , assistants going from town  , "own and making a personal can- 's This method, the board argued, .... :a n only ineffidient and Most ex- ,.ive, but that it would not raise flae'funds intime t relieve the serious . md Immediate need of the college or : .:e advantage of the offer of $100 ,;<0 from fine General Board of Educa- The new plan adopted was [o merge . cOItege and eminary inds and :make an intensive campaign during he two ,weeks following October 30th, . :rrryJng the 'apPea for funds into .,.-ry ome in the conference, laying ::; ae quarely before them and ask- ag the ,00 members to pledge $500,- : : to,.vex the amount needed, pay- -]di in part January 1st. 1922. and the  _alance January let, 1923. The (betatls  re worked oat by a sub-committee ;lsting of Dr. O. "J. Johnson, presi- .... Eet of Gustavus Ado!phus College,  v. O. J. Arthm', Mankato, Minn., lt.ed by Dr, Oustav Andreen, presi- ,:t :of the Augustans Theological :rr/inary, RoCk ISlandf Ill,, and Rev. .,. T. Ekblad, Superior. Wis., the two ,gter Tzpresenting the theological Appaval of :Executl'e Committee. The tew campaign plan has been ap,. od,ly the ezemflve committee of r'e onference, the body empowered ,:3y  pecial reealutlom to pass upon zJl pea for ftmds. The chairmen < fe 0 dtrict have endorsed the ,: and have held meetings of lay :::m clerical delegates from all the m'Ches of,each district, and with , .marce n exeepUen the districts ;,ve retell lo carry aut the plan of 2 committee. Te leaders of the %mw movement now believe that the afe,ence will move as a unit to )tregtl the college and seminary .  creatlg additional funds and erect- adequate buildings and thus pro- - de :for the traltg of additional ,ouzg n as ministers of the Gospel. ;::MUST SUPPLY PASTORS FOR MANY VACANCIES ,cCampalgn Arousing Interest Among ,;College Men to Enter Minlatry No Pastors in 60 Churches, The leadeers of the Lutheran Mlnno- , oa Conference realize the great need :2ant is prompting the present appeal . the strengthening of Gustavus : :&dtolphue  College and Augustana The- . :gical telnary, for these institu- tions furnish the supply of pastors. [t is a well-known fact, however, that , the present time there are 30 va- cancies in the conference and that mens about 60 churches without pas- mrs. and. unless this problem of the hcrtac of ministers is spired, not :y the growth but the preseIt status --  h9 conferenc l at stake'. , r ORTONVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOL I," ,, ,' I, NOTES I ,, I Editor-in-chief ............ :.Irene Warford The general science class has been Assistant .................. Gerhardt Walseth busy studying the molecular theory of Assistant ....... ................... John Mitchell Assistant .................. Elizabeth Kahler Eighth grade ............ Lon'ayne Warford Seventh grade ............ Helen Shumaker The Junior High School Curriculum. 8:30-9:00 Advanced Algebra. Community Civics. Gymnasium Work. 9:00-9:20-- Chorus Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Glee Club Tuesday and Thursday. 9:20-10:00- Senior English I. Senior Chemistry'. Junior American History. Junior Literature II. Junior English I. Junior English III. 0:00-10:40--- Senior English II. Senior Chemistry (Lab), Community Civics (Tues., Thurs). Geography I (Monday, Wednesday and Friday. General Science I, (Tuesday and Thursday. Junior English III. 10:40-11:20- French I. Junior Chemistry. Senior Hone Training II. General Mathematics (A). Senior American I-Iory, Penmanship and Spelling (Seventh and Eighth ). - Shorthand II. * General Mathematics (B). Social Prohlems. Junior History I. Junior English II. Shorthand I. 12:00-1i15-- Noon  Hour. I2:55-1:20-- Ninth Grade Hygiene. 1:20-2:00- Biology. Junior Home Training III. Junior Manual Training III. Plane Geometry. Bookkeeping I and II. Junior History II. Junior Mathematics I. 2:00-2:40-- Senior Home Training III Senior Manual Training III. Jnior Mathematics II. Bookkeeping I nd II. Junior Literature I. 2:40-3:20-- Modern History. Senior Eflglsh I. Junior Home Training I. Junior Manual Training L Junior Drawing and Iusic. Ancient History. Typewriting. ; :20-4:(I)-- Physical Education (7 & 8). General Science (B). Junior Hoe Training II. Junior Manual Training IL Public Speaking. Junior Drawing & Music. Typewriting. BE-AT WHEATEN! Let's go! Where ? Wheaten. Why ? To help win the game. Let's all plan on oing to Wheaten and yell for the team. Trim Wheaten. The trophy cups are ou display in the high school assembly room. gases the past few days. The Ortonville high school lost to the Alumni last Saturday afternoon by a score of 46 to O. The new chemistry goods have ar- rived, and after dish-washing for one period we were ready for actual lab- oratory. r Mr. Stegner was agreeably surprised at the marks received in the six weeks examinations written by the chemis- try students. Geneva Beck, who underwent an operation on her foot last week was the recipient of a beautiful bouquet of flowers sent by the Senior class oi: which she is a mmber. The Ortonville high 'school team journey's to Wheaten Saturday, Octo- ber 29, to tackle the Wheaten squad, This game will be the most interest- ing and best game of the season. The modern history class has finish- ed the survey of the Ancient and Me- dieval period of history and are now ready to take up the study of Modern History from their regular text books. Boy Scout meetings could not be held on Monday and Tuesday this week be- cause of a superintendents and coach- es conference at Appleton Monday night and because of open school eve- ning Tuesday night. The Ortonville high school plays its next Football game at Wheaten nex Saturday, October 22. Let's go to Wheaten and yell for our team, This game will )e the most interesting of al! the Football games this year, so let's turn out and have a big showing from Ortonville at Wheaten next Sat- urday. The One Who Tells. Whene'er a fellow is a fool, The people 'round about WHi always know it; as a rule, They seem to find it out. Although he poses like the great, Although his bosom swells, If he's a fool, as sure as fate, There's someone always tells. He may put on an awful front, He may be right in style--- Regardless of his style or stunt The people only smile.- However much he makes a show., However high he dwells, If he's a fool, folks em to know-- And he's the one who tells. "Robert," said the mother sternly to her offspring wht had just-broken a "window with a baseball, "I'm going to give you a good whipping--not be- cause you broke the window, but be- cause you broke your promise to me that you would stop playing ball near the house." "Ow, ma," whimpered the boy, "can't you do it for breakin' the win- dow? Dad'll have to lick somebody for that." Maggie"The garbage man is here sor." Professor (from deep "My! My! tell him we don't want any." The pessimist is a man who is look- ing for the worst and who is disap- pointed if he doesn't find it. Savings Made Now d will be a fine thing to have in the future. Small amounts are as cheerfully received as large "amounts. We pay 4 Per Cent on Savings and 5 Per Cent on Time Crtifi- cates. Save some of your earnings and let it earn interest for you. We will be glad to count you as one of our satisfied customers. / First National Bank ORTONVILLE MINNESOTA LAST CHANCE. Your last chance to get army blank- ets at auction will be on Saturday, October 22, when an auction sale will be held on the-streets of Big Stone City commencing at 2:00 o'clock p. m. These blankets were purchased last spring which makes this sale poible as they are not to be had on the mar- ket now. They have advanced in , price 75c each. 24-1 LEGAL NOTICES O SUMMONS. STATE OF MINNESOTA,County of Big Stone---ss. District Court, Six- teenth Judicial District. T.F. Ner- enz, plaintiff, against William Hei- decker, defendant. The State of Minnesota to the above homed de- fendant: You are hereby summoned and re- quired to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the above entitled ac- tion, which complaint has been filed in the office of the Clerk of said Dis- trict Court at the city of Otonville, ccunty of Big Stone, and state of Minnesota, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said cm, plaint on the subscriber, at his office in the city of Ortonville, in the county of Big Stone, within twenty days after service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service, and if you fail to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plain- tiff in this action will, upon such fail- ure, take judgment against you .for the amount demanded in said com- plaint, together with plaintiff's cost and disbursements herein. Dated Sep- tember 7, A. D. 1921. A. B. KAERCHER, Plaintiff's Attorney , Ortonville, Minn. --It's not too early for those Xmas photos--a dozen photos--a dozen Xmas remembrances. A leather pho- to case free with each order. The Reed Sttdio, Ortonville. Secretly the janitor believes that he was the fellow who really made the ball a success. Mike's Orchestra, of play for a dance at the at Odessa on Thursday ber 27. Everyone is to attend. To err is human; so it that third basemen are all. Let Us Serve You Whether you are really hungry or wish only a light lunch you will find that food and served at The Pie House has a flavor and has the "Home Cook" taste, for home cooked. No Substitutes are used in Pie House We use only the best ingredients. THE PIE" HOUSE C... BEAR D, Proprietor Q h W at. s YOUR Time Worth? \\; "HtN you go to buy a pair of boots, a canof peas or a kitchen cabinet, do you know exactly what you want--or do you "shop around" and take pot luck? You can save many an hOur's time--and many a good hard dollar--by knowing beforehand what you want, where to get it, and approximately how much it Will cost. You can always know this much before you enter a store. If it's clothing, you know how well it should wear and what the style should lie. If it's a musical instrument, you know what to expect in tone and workmanship. If ' its'a carpet sweeper, you know what kind of service it should give. Merchants with establihed reputations for honesty are the best with whom to deal. Merchandise with established reputation is the best to buy. The only way to be sure of the goods you buy is to read the advertisements in this paper ,regularly. As a practice it's far better than rummaging around. It saves time. It saves money.  :_ Read the Advertisements [ The Ortor00ville Independent Most News "The Buyer's Guide" . Largest