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A]  " THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, OCTOBER @ Bob Blood returned to Clinton Mon-: W.B. Woods and Mr. Beel returned 1 CLINTON NEWS ] 'clay from North Dakota and will work'to Minneapolis Sunday afternoon af- t as fireman for Ernest Johnson during ter spending a few days hunting. 'IF Gives Shower. the corn shredding season. Mr. Ralph Moore, a progressive far- On Saturday evening Miss Edith Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Martin of Clin- mer from near Johnson, was a bum- Erickson, a bride of this week, was ton returned Saturday from a trip ness caller in Correil on uesday fore- honor guest at a miscellaneous shower t thru the southern part of the state. given by Mrs. J. L. and J. H. Erick- ihey leport corn-husking well along on, Mrs. E. O. Krook and Mrs. Gusm that ection. England at the home of the latter., Mrs. Wiley Ross entertained Mr. About sixty guests were present-Mony ;rod Mrs. J. D. Ross and Mrs. Ella 'beautiful gifts were presented to the Donovan of Ortonville "at a dinner bride-elect. A delicious luncheon was party Monday evening, to celebrate Bureau Directors Meet Wednesday To Lay Plans Amendment of the Articles of In- corporation of the County Farm Bu- reau that the township unit plan might noon. be legally adopted will come before a E. G. Vaughan accompanied a car meeting of the Big Stone Couniy Farm oI cattle to Minneapolis the first of Bureou at the annual meeting to be the week whcil the Correll Co-opera- held at Clinton Dec. 1. Thi dec:s'on ive company shipped, was reached at a meeting of the exe- Wesley Lasseil spent Sunday at Red cutive committee and the directors of Wood [alls where he attended the the township units held at the court- served by the hostesses. Many Autoes At Races. A large crowd witnessed the final auto races at the fair grounds in Clin- ton Sunday. It is estimated that here were more than 700 automobiles on the grounds, There were no acci- dents and the crowd was quiet and orderly. Mr. McElligot of Appleton came over in his aeroplane. Child Has Narrow Escape. Little Waren Jolmson narrowly es- caped a serious injury when he fell while attempting to jump on the"run- ning board of a passing auto. His face was quite badly bruised but Dr. Bergan patched him up and he will soon be as well as ever. Addresses Class Pn Nursing. Miss Ruth Houlton of Chicago, Cen- tral Red Cross field nurse representa- tive, accompanied Miss Rogashaska to Clinton Tuesday evening and address- ed the Home nursing class in the in- terests of Red Cross work along this line. Visit At Fargo. Roy Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Condit and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wat- her husband's birthday, football game between Appleton ant, Irwin Heath and family moved to lRed Wood Falls. Clinton this week from Graceville. Ir- I win has a position with a tlephone] 4* company at Dolan, South Dakota, but] [ :Northwest Almond 1 was unable to get a house there. He @ left for his work on Wednesday and his family will remain here with his parents until a dwelling house can be had at Dolan. O t ODESSA 1 Miss Edith Selin was a passenger to Appleton on Friday. A. M. Semrau went to Minneapolis on Monday to transact business. Mrs. Fay Belknap of Big Stone City spent Thursday with her mother, Mrs. A. M. Ges. W. L. Bendix and son Fred left Wednesday by auto to spend the win- ter in Texas. Mrs. G. B, Campbell and daughter Catherine were passengers to Orton- ville on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Horde autoed tc Underwood. Minn., to visit J. O. Melby and family. Two more Scholal, entered our High Ed. Rothwell is shredding corn for Hilmer Andelson this week. Oliver Benson of Morris spent Sat- urday with Clinton friends. Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Anderson ann family were entertained at the Hll- mer Johnson home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Williams and family of Graceville visited her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Alf. Young Sun- nay. Mrs. T. J. Anderson, Mrs. C. J. An- terson and Mrs. J. C. Johnson autoed to Peever, S. D., last Friday to visit house in this city Wednesday after- neon, at which the full membership, with the exception of two, was pres- ent. J. F. Jones, organization manager for the Minnesota Farm Bureau Fed- eration was the principal speaker at the meeting. Mr. Jones outlined in a general way the major projects being worked upon by the bureau. He also explained the work of the National Federation on the questions of trans- portation. State leader of (he bureau, F. E. Balmer, was also present and address- et the meeting. A meeting of the Akron unit of the bureau was held at Correll on Wed- nesday evening. Plans were made at that time for the program of work to relatives there "  be undertaken the coming year. Both Mr. and Mrs. Swan Erickson and lMr . Jones and Mr. Balmer attended daughter Mayme, Mr. and Mrs. An- I the meeting. They will also attend drew Hanson, and daughter Ruth and other meetings to be held over the Felix Asplund were Wheaton visitors county during the blance of this Sunday. The Epworth League held their monthly social at the home of All. Young last Wednesday evening, about sixty being present. The evening was spent by playing games, singing and later roasting wieners. The Epworth League wish to extend their thanks to Mr. and M. Young for their hos- pitality. kins motored to Fargo on Sunday to school department on Monday, mak- visit Mr. Condit's brother and family, bg an enrollment of 83. They also called on Mr. and Mrs. Ju- Mr. ar:d Ms. R. B. Jafio of Alber- lius Popp at Fairmont. ta, Minn., autoed over Thursday to  * call on Miss Ads Jallo. 1 WEDDINGS 1 Attends Wedding of Niece. Another pupil entered our High @ Mr. Seid], accompanied by his three school department this week making Sandberg-Stcen. children, Anthony, Wendolyn and Eda, a total of 21 in that department. The wedding of Glen Sandberg and drove to Sleepy Eye, Minn., on Mon- Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schwandt and Miss Caroline Steen, daughter of Mr. day to attend the wedding of Mr. sons autoed to Hancock Sunday to and Mrs. Samuel Steen, took place in Seidl's niece, Miss Anna Hoffman. spend a few days with her sister and St. Pauli Lutheran church at Clinton J. C. Bender drove to Groton, S. D., family. Friday afternoon, Rev. S. M. Moe Friday. The Misses Malindu Gerber and reading the service. Elmer Erickson was home from BeN Glalys Lenz attended the Sectional The church was decorated with Teachers' meeting which was hekt at ferns, red, pink and white carnations ]ingham over Sunday. Bellingham last Saturday. and made a pretty setting for the af- Miss Edith Erickson left for the The Misses Gertrude L on, Ada Jal- fair. The bride was gowned in white cities on Sunday evening, lo and Anna Edquist went to Big Stone tricotine over Satin with a veil of tulle Miss Blossom and Elsie Stephens City, S. D., Friday afternoon to spend and carried a shower boquet. Her lit- spent Saturday in Fargo. the week-end with Miss Mac DeGreef. tle sister Evelyn was flower girt, Miss Minnie Sandberg, maid-of-honor Mrs. Abet Eastman of Beardsley Mr. and Mrs. Max Schmeichel and and the Misses Mabel Sandberg and was a Clinton caller Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frauk Gutzman return- Annie Lillehaug bridesmaids. T?e Ransom Hewitt and wife of Grace- ('d Saturday from their auto trip to groom was attended by Walter Sand- ville visited in Clinton on Monday. Ellendale, N. D. They visited rela-] ber as best man and Volmer and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ross of Or- tives there. / Melvin Steen, groomsmen. Miss Ida tonville visited in Clinton Sunday. Quite a number of our village folks[ Steen played the wedding march. Mrs. A. E. Howe is spending a few and those from the vicinity went out Following the ceremony a reeep- days at her parents home in Lamber- to C. Wilde's place Thursday evening tion was held at the home of the bride ton. and gave them a good old fashiened to about one hundred relatives and Mike Ryon of Adrian, Minn., is vis- house warmig in their new home. friends. They were serenaded by the iting his brother, John, here this Long Island Band and a midnight week. A Hallowe'en Carnival will be given lunch partaken of by about two hun- Oscar Harrison and family moved by District No. 79, at the City Hall, dred. They were the recipients of into their rooms at Black's hotel on Nassau. on Friday evening, October many beautiful and useful gifts. Tuesday. - 28, at 8:00 p. m. The program fol- The young couple will make their A baby girl was born to Mr. and lows: home in the new bungalow which was Mrs. Henry Haas on Wednesday of 1. The Premier Stock Co ............... llc recently constructed on Mr. Sand- last week. 2. Ball game, most exciting nine ever berg's farm. Mr. and Mrs. Sandberg Mr. and Mrs. Carr Bailey of Mil- played in the history of Nas- are held in high esteem in the corn- bank spent Sunday at the home of T. sau " 3c reunify in which they live and the K. Norton. 3. Booths. good wishes of their many friends go Mr. Olson came up from Canby on a. Greatest swimming match ever with them. Monday, to visit at the home of his witnessed .................................. 3c daughter Mrs. Chas Martes. b. For men only ............... . ............. 4c Reception Given key. Boekoven. c. For Ladies only ........................ 4c About eighty people attended the Mrs. Chas. Martes and Caroline d. ZooAnimals from jungle, s of reception given by the members of went to ae cities Saturday night to of Africa .................................. 3e the First Congregational church in the attend the funeral of Mrs. Martes' 4. Moving Pictures, feature of corn- Odd Fellows Hall Friday evening in uncle, edy .............................................. 2c honor of key. and Mrs. Paul Bock- Miss Cora Howell, of Florence, S. 5. Merry Go-Round ........................ 2c oven, who came here from St. Charles. D., visited from Saturday to Tuesday 6. Fortune Teller ' 4c The hall was decorated with autumn at the home of her aunt, Mrs. O. T. A pop Corn Stand, per bag .......... 4c foliage and flowers making a pretty Heath. l,unch 10c setting for the affair. John Gramitz of Fenton, Iowa, came Season Tickets ........................ 45c R.F. Walker gave the welcoming the first of the week to visit a few address which was responded to by days at the home of his father-in-law, --Don't forget to attend the Big Mr. Bockoven. C. E. Chrisman on August Kerstein. Dance at the village hall on Thursday behalf of the Methodis made a few The Luther League of the Swedish evening, October 27. Music by Mike's remarks, followed by a whistling solo Lutheran church held a pie social Orchestra of Pipestone. by Miss Edna Shumaker, a vocal solo by Miss Myrtle Geier, and a piano at the hofne of Mrs. Martin Asplund Wednesday night.  @ solo by Miss Irgens. Mr. Walker Art Sweezy and Max Beaty drove CORRELL NEWS ] called on several others for expres- tc/Cass Lake and Bemidji last Satur- - @ sions among whom were Mrs. C. C. Miss Maud Desso was an Ortonville Olsen. Mr. J. M. Snesrnd and J. E. day on business. They returned caller Friday afternoon. Palmer. Light refreshments were Tuesday morning. Mrs. Lybarger of Fayetteville, Ar- K. Stegner of Odessa was a Cor- served. kansas, formerly Miss Irta Mathews, fell caller on Saturday. is a guest at the home of her sister, I. C .Clapp and Chas. Hudson are on Mrs. Frank Finberg. the just at Ortonville this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Trenin visited Mrs. P. W. Fruetel was an Orton- over night Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. vitle caller Wednesday afternoon. W. L. Ross, on their way from Peever Miss Kathryn Fruetel visited her to their home in Hancock. prents between trains Saturday. Mrs. Eide, who has been visiting for Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Zimmerman were some time at the home of her sister Appleton callers Friday afternoon. Mrs. S. D. Salvesen returned to her Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Wigdahl spent 212 L home the first of the week. Sunday visiting friends at Fergus Mrs. Hauser of Minneapolis will Falls. am speak in the M. E. church Monday C.G. Johnson spent Sunday at Wa- fright, October 24, in the interest of tertown visiting his wife and rela- the Women's Foreign Missionary so- tives. When You Want ciety. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wise and faro- Pure Milk Mr. and Mrs. George Phalen and ily spent Sunday at the Hartkopf Mr. and Miss Garvey of Milbank call- iome. Every care is taken to ed on Clinton friends Sunday. The Game Warden Oscar Briggs was keep our dairy in a Phalens were residents of Clinton a pleasant caller in town on Sunday perfectly sanitary about 13 years ago. morning. Mr. Jack Glenn and James came up P.D. Vaughan and A .W. Roske condition. fromfriendsMinneapoliSand spend a fewSUndaYdays hunting.t visit weresaturday.business callers at Ortonville on Our cows are all high They are staying at the home of Rol- grade and the milk Em Lyman in Malta. S. Robertson of Selfridge, N. D., Is visiting with friends at Correll for a we are sure will saris- Roy and Harold Britian, who live few days. fy you. on the Dr. Kiesau farm, left on Mon- day for Fostville, Ia., for a short vis- Mrs. Mike Luchsinger and Mrs. Lena itand TheYwereWentaccompardeflby way OfbytheLeonardCities afternoon.Barr were Appleton callers Saturday kJJl | qt'0 Brook Johnson. Miss Maybelle Johnson and sister Word received from Mrs. F. Mi Svea spent Sunday visiting their par- DAIRY Beaty at Sioux Falls, S. D., where she ents who live North of Odessa. was called hy the illness of her nieces Mrs. L. F. Woods, Mrs. H. A, Block- gtates that the girls are both improv- er and Mrs. R. R. George were bus- Geo. Lund.gren, Prop. ng and that if they continue to gain hess callers at Ortonville on Wednes- will return home within a week. day. weeL APPLES. Just received a carload of New York apples and we are selling them at $3.25 per bushel basket. They are tbe kind you'll like. Come and sample them. Pioneer Store Co-Operativ Company.  I Farm Bureau Gets County Aid of $1,000 Appearing before the county board Monday afternoon the Farm Bureau finally secured an appropriation of $1,000 for the work of that organiza- tion in Chippewa county during the coming year. Twice have officers and members of the farm bureau put their case before the commissioners, only to be turned down. The third attemp; brought the aid they sought, alth,, not in as large an amount as they had at first requested. Lengthy discussion, and some of it rather heated, preceded the adopt!on of a motion allowing $1,000. Commis- sioners Harris, Brendemoen and Wal- leen voted for the motion, with Olson of Mandt remaining obdurate to the. last. Farmers from many townships were on hand to fight for their or- ganization and to advance proof of its actual value to the county.--Monte- video News. Salvation Army Drive Is Meeting With Success The local committee in charge of the drive for the Salvation Army reports that it is meeting with success and already over $600 of the $900 quota for Traverse county has been sub- scribed with a lot of the country left to hear from. It is expected that Traverse county will meet i nits full quota.--Wheaon Gazette Reporter. "If you please madame, I've let the baby's shawl drop out of the window." "How careless of you! Baby will catch his death of cold." "Oh no, madame--he's still in the shawl." JUST THINK ! A LIBERTY BELL FREE OF CHARGE. This bank wants every boy and girl of this city to have one of these unique home safes. They will help you save your dimes and nicldes. Open a Savings Account today and get a Liberty Bell Bank. 5 PER CENT PAID ON ALL SAVINGS ORTONVILLE STATE BANK John Carlson, President. C. J. Stark, Cashier. H.A. uke, Ass't. Cashier. i i i i i A. W. YOUNG Merchant,T00ailor , ,, Ortonville, "' Minnesota. You can depend upon the Service and Workmanship at the City Tailor Shop, whether it be new work or the repairing of old clothes, remodeling or cleaning and pressing. We alway take particular care to satis- fy our customers. All work neatly done at very reason- able prices. Try us once and we feel sure you will come again. THE CITY TAILOR SHOP Ladies' and Gent's Tailoring Wright's Underwear Wears Longer NDERWEAR, everything e I s must eventually out, but its length should be sufficient give you the worth fWur money. Wright's made right from right kind of which insures a life than most any kind. For Men and Boy WRIGHT'S SPRING  NF.F.DL,r. RIBBED UNDRWEAR The Pioneer Co-Operative These two trouser are Goal Kickers Trey're the pick of the fall line up They've the the staying that score Price isn't much when Sou figure what we're giving perfection The Kind Real Boys with 2 knickers The extra pair always ready for a Boyland S. O. S. Fabric Values that you can't elsewhere within dollars of what we're Sparkling Fall Patterns that gives you the weaves and patterns of the finest It's a sure thing that in Hamilton there's nothing for your money Dry Cleaning Hats / / USED CA}IS We have some exceptional val- ues in used cars which are ' Priced to sell quickly Come in and driveone home The Pal, (,a]'age gltamplea .lnth Il I IJelck f, I. Jht.M I I Dependable SparR P!ul00 A]  " THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, OCTOBER @ Bob Blood returned to Clinton Mon-: W.B. Woods and Mr. Beel returned 1 CLINTON NEWS ] 'clay from North Dakota and will work'to Minneapolis Sunday afternoon af- t as fireman for Ernest Johnson during ter spending a few days hunting. 'IF Gives Shower. the corn shredding season. Mr. Ralph Moore, a progressive far- On Saturday evening Miss Edith Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Martin of Clin- mer from near Johnson, was a bum- Erickson, a bride of this week, was ton returned Saturday from a trip ness caller in Correil on uesday fore- honor guest at a miscellaneous shower t thru the southern part of the state. given by Mrs. J. L. and J. H. Erick- ihey leport corn-husking well along on, Mrs. E. O. Krook and Mrs. Gusm that ection. England at the home of the latter., Mrs. Wiley Ross entertained Mr. About sixty guests were present-Mony ;rod Mrs. J. D. Ross and Mrs. Ella 'beautiful gifts were presented to the Donovan of Ortonville "at a dinner bride-elect. A delicious luncheon was party Monday evening, to celebrate Bureau Directors Meet Wednesday To Lay Plans Amendment of the Articles of In- corporation of the County Farm Bu- reau that the township unit plan might noon. be legally adopted will come before a E. G. Vaughan accompanied a car meeting of the Big Stone Couniy Farm oI cattle to Minneapolis the first of Bureou at the annual meeting to be the week whcil the Correll Co-opera- held at Clinton Dec. 1. Thi dec:s'on ive company shipped, was reached at a meeting of the exe- Wesley Lasseil spent Sunday at Red cutive committee and the directors of Wood [alls where he attended the the township units held at the court- served by the hostesses. Many Autoes At Races. A large crowd witnessed the final auto races at the fair grounds in Clin- ton Sunday. It is estimated that here were more than 700 automobiles on the grounds, There were no acci- dents and the crowd was quiet and orderly. Mr. McElligot of Appleton came over in his aeroplane. Child Has Narrow Escape. Little Waren Jolmson narrowly es- caped a serious injury when he fell while attempting to jump on the"run- ning board of a passing auto. His face was quite badly bruised but Dr. Bergan patched him up and he will soon be as well as ever. Addresses Class Pn Nursing. Miss Ruth Houlton of Chicago, Cen- tral Red Cross field nurse representa- tive, accompanied Miss Rogashaska to Clinton Tuesday evening and address- ed the Home nursing class in the in- terests of Red Cross work along this line. Visit At Fargo. Roy Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Condit and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wat- her husband's birthday, football game between Appleton ant, Irwin Heath and family moved to lRed Wood Falls. Clinton this week from Graceville. Ir- I win has a position with a tlephone] 4* company at Dolan, South Dakota, but] [ :Northwest Almond 1 was unable to get a house there. He @ left for his work on Wednesday and his family will remain here with his parents until a dwelling house can be had at Dolan. O t ODESSA 1 Miss Edith Selin was a passenger to Appleton on Friday. A. M. Semrau went to Minneapolis on Monday to transact business. Mrs. Fay Belknap of Big Stone City spent Thursday with her mother, Mrs. A. M. Ges. W. L. Bendix and son Fred left Wednesday by auto to spend the win- ter in Texas. Mrs. G. B, Campbell and daughter Catherine were passengers to Orton- ville on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Horde autoed tc Underwood. Minn., to visit J. O. Melby and family. Two more Scholal, entered our High Ed. Rothwell is shredding corn for Hilmer Andelson this week. Oliver Benson of Morris spent Sat- urday with Clinton friends. Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Anderson ann family were entertained at the Hll- mer Johnson home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Williams and family of Graceville visited her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Alf. Young Sun- nay. Mrs. T. J. Anderson, Mrs. C. J. An- terson and Mrs. J. C. Johnson autoed to Peever, S. D., last Friday to visit house in this city Wednesday after- neon, at which the full membership, with the exception of two, was pres- ent. J. F. Jones, organization manager for the Minnesota Farm Bureau Fed- eration was the principal speaker at the meeting. Mr. Jones outlined in a general way the major projects being worked upon by the bureau. He also explained the work of the National Federation on the questions of trans- portation. State leader of (he bureau, F. E. Balmer, was also present and address- et the meeting. A meeting of the Akron unit of the bureau was held at Correll on Wed- nesday evening. Plans were made at that time for the program of work to relatives there "  be undertaken the coming year. Both Mr. and Mrs. Swan Erickson and lMr . Jones and Mr. Balmer attended daughter Mayme, Mr. and Mrs. An- I the meeting. They will also attend drew Hanson, and daughter Ruth and other meetings to be held over the Felix Asplund were Wheaton visitors county during the blance of this Sunday. The Epworth League held their monthly social at the home of All. Young last Wednesday evening, about sixty being present. The evening was spent by playing games, singing and later roasting wieners. The Epworth League wish to extend their thanks to Mr. and M. Young for their hos- pitality. kins motored to Fargo on Sunday to school department on Monday, mak- visit Mr. Condit's brother and family, bg an enrollment of 83. They also called on Mr. and Mrs. Ju- Mr. ar:d Ms. R. B. Jafio of Alber- lius Popp at Fairmont. ta, Minn., autoed over Thursday to  * call on Miss Ads Jallo. 1 WEDDINGS 1 Attends Wedding of Niece. Another pupil entered our High @ Mr. Seid], accompanied by his three school department this week making Sandberg-Stcen. children, Anthony, Wendolyn and Eda, a total of 21 in that department. The wedding of Glen Sandberg and drove to Sleepy Eye, Minn., on Mon- Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schwandt and Miss Caroline Steen, daughter of Mr. day to attend the wedding of Mr. sons autoed to Hancock Sunday to and Mrs. Samuel Steen, took place in Seidl's niece, Miss Anna Hoffman. spend a few days with her sister and St. Pauli Lutheran church at Clinton J. C. Bender drove to Groton, S. D., family. Friday afternoon, Rev. S. M. Moe Friday. The Misses Malindu Gerber and reading the service. Elmer Erickson was home from BeN Glalys Lenz attended the Sectional The church was decorated with Teachers' meeting which was hekt at ferns, red, pink and white carnations ]ingham over Sunday. Bellingham last Saturday. and made a pretty setting for the af- Miss Edith Erickson left for the The Misses Gertrude L on, Ada Jal- fair. The bride was gowned in white cities on Sunday evening, lo and Anna Edquist went to Big Stone tricotine over Satin with a veil of tulle Miss Blossom and Elsie Stephens City, S. D., Friday afternoon to spend and carried a shower boquet. Her lit- spent Saturday in Fargo. the week-end with Miss Mac DeGreef. tle sister Evelyn was flower girt, Miss Minnie Sandberg, maid-of-honor Mrs. Abet Eastman of Beardsley Mr. and Mrs. Max Schmeichel and and the Misses Mabel Sandberg and was a Clinton caller Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frauk Gutzman return- Annie Lillehaug bridesmaids. T?e Ransom Hewitt and wife of Grace- ('d Saturday from their auto trip to groom was attended by Walter Sand- ville visited in Clinton on Monday. Ellendale, N. D. They visited rela-] ber as best man and Volmer and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ross of Or- tives there. / Melvin Steen, groomsmen. Miss Ida tonville visited in Clinton Sunday. Quite a number of our village folks[ Steen played the wedding march. Mrs. A. E. Howe is spending a few and those from the vicinity went out Following the ceremony a reeep- days at her parents home in Lamber- to C. Wilde's place Thursday evening tion was held at the home of the bride ton. and gave them a good old fashiened to about one hundred relatives and Mike Ryon of Adrian, Minn., is vis- house warmig in their new home. friends. They were serenaded by the iting his brother, John, here this Long Island Band and a midnight week. A Hallowe'en Carnival will be given lunch partaken of by about two hun- Oscar Harrison and family moved by District No. 79, at the City Hall, dred. They were the recipients of into their rooms at Black's hotel on Nassau. on Friday evening, October many beautiful and useful gifts. Tuesday. - 28, at 8:00 p. m. The program fol- The young couple will make their A baby girl was born to Mr. and lows: home in the new bungalow which was Mrs. Henry Haas on Wednesday of 1. The Premier Stock Co ............... llc recently constructed on Mr. Sand- last week. 2. Ball game, most exciting nine ever berg's farm. Mr. and Mrs. Sandberg Mr. and Mrs. Carr Bailey of Mil- played in the history of Nas- are held in high esteem in the corn- bank spent Sunday at the home of T. sau " 3c reunify in which they live and the K. Norton. 3. Booths. good wishes of their many friends go Mr. Olson came up from Canby on a. Greatest swimming match ever with them. Monday, to visit at the home of his witnessed .................................. 3c daughter Mrs. Chas Martes. b. For men only ............... . ............. 4c Reception Given key. Boekoven. c. For Ladies only ........................ 4c About eighty people attended the Mrs. Chas. Martes and Caroline d. ZooAnimals from jungle, s of reception given by the members of went to ae cities Saturday night to of Africa .................................. 3e the First Congregational church in the attend the funeral of Mrs. Martes' 4. Moving Pictures, feature of corn- Odd Fellows Hall Friday evening in uncle, edy .............................................. 2c honor of key. and Mrs. Paul Bock- Miss Cora Howell, of Florence, S. 5. Merry Go-Round ........................ 2c oven, who came here from St. Charles. D., visited from Saturday to Tuesday 6. Fortune Teller ' 4c The hall was decorated with autumn at the home of her aunt, Mrs. O. T. A pop Corn Stand, per bag .......... 4c foliage and flowers making a pretty Heath. l,unch 10c setting for the affair. John Gramitz of Fenton, Iowa, came Season Tickets ........................ 45c R.F. Walker gave the welcoming the first of the week to visit a few address which was responded to by days at the home of his father-in-law, --Don't forget to attend the Big Mr. Bockoven. C. E. Chrisman on August Kerstein. Dance at the village hall on Thursday behalf of the Methodis made a few The Luther League of the Swedish evening, October 27. Music by Mike's remarks, followed by a whistling solo Lutheran church held a pie social Orchestra of Pipestone. by Miss Edna Shumaker, a vocal solo by Miss Myrtle Geier, and a piano at the hofne of Mrs. Martin Asplund Wednesday night.  @ solo by Miss Irgens. Mr. Walker Art Sweezy and Max Beaty drove CORRELL NEWS ] called on several others for expres- tc/Cass Lake and Bemidji last Satur- - @ sions among whom were Mrs. C. C. Miss Maud Desso was an Ortonville Olsen. Mr. J. M. Snesrnd and J. E. day on business. They returned caller Friday afternoon. Palmer. Light refreshments were Tuesday morning. Mrs. Lybarger of Fayetteville, Ar- K. Stegner of Odessa was a Cor- served. kansas, formerly Miss Irta Mathews, fell caller on Saturday. is a guest at the home of her sister, I. C .Clapp and Chas. Hudson are on Mrs. Frank Finberg. the just at Ortonville this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Trenin visited Mrs. P. W. Fruetel was an Orton- over night Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. vitle caller Wednesday afternoon. W. L. Ross, on their way from Peever Miss Kathryn Fruetel visited her to their home in Hancock. prents between trains Saturday. Mrs. Eide, who has been visiting for Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Zimmerman were some time at the home of her sister Appleton callers Friday afternoon. Mrs. S. D. Salvesen returned to her Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Wigdahl spent 212 L home the first of the week. Sunday visiting friends at Fergus Mrs. Hauser of Minneapolis will Falls. am speak in the M. E. church Monday C.G. Johnson spent Sunday at Wa- fright, October 24, in the interest of tertown visiting his wife and rela- the Women's Foreign Missionary so- tives. When You Want ciety. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wise and faro- Pure Milk Mr. and Mrs. George Phalen and ily spent Sunday at the Hartkopf Mr. and Miss Garvey of Milbank call- iome. Every care is taken to ed on Clinton friends Sunday. The Game Warden Oscar Briggs was keep our dairy in a Phalens were residents of Clinton a pleasant caller in town on Sunday perfectly sanitary about 13 years ago. morning. Mr. Jack Glenn and James came up P.D. Vaughan and A .W. Roske condition. fromfriendsMinneapoliSand spend a fewSUndaYdays hunting.t visit weresaturday.business callers at Ortonville on Our cows are all high They are staying at the home of Rol- grade and the milk Em Lyman in Malta. S. Robertson of Selfridge, N. D., Is visiting with friends at Correll for a we are sure will saris- Roy and Harold Britian, who live few days. fy you. on the Dr. Kiesau farm, left on Mon- day for Fostville, Ia., for a short vis- Mrs. Mike Luchsinger and Mrs. Lena itand TheYwereWentaccompardeflby way OfbytheLeonardCities afternoon.Barr were Appleton callers Saturday kJJl | qt'0 Brook Johnson. Miss Maybelle Johnson and sister Word received from Mrs. F. Mi Svea spent Sunday visiting their par- DAIRY Beaty at Sioux Falls, S. D., where she ents who live North of Odessa. was called hy the illness of her nieces Mrs. L. F. Woods, Mrs. H. A, Block- gtates that the girls are both improv- er and Mrs. R. R. George were bus- Geo. Lund.gren, Prop. ng and that if they continue to gain hess callers at Ortonville on Wednes- will return home within a week. day. weeL APPLES. Just received a carload of New York apples and we are selling them at $3.25 per bushel basket. They are tbe kind you'll like. Come and sample them. Pioneer Store Co-Operativ Company.  I Farm Bureau Gets County Aid of $1,000 Appearing before the county board Monday afternoon the Farm Bureau finally secured an appropriation of $1,000 for the work of that organiza- tion in Chippewa county during the coming year. Twice have officers and members of the farm bureau put their case before the commissioners, only to be turned down. The third attemp; brought the aid they sought, alth,, not in as large an amount as they had at first requested. Lengthy discussion, and some of it rather heated, preceded the adopt!on of a motion allowing $1,000. Commis- sioners Harris, Brendemoen and Wal- leen voted for the motion, with Olson of Mandt remaining obdurate to the. last. Farmers from many townships were on hand to fight for their or- ganization and to advance proof of its actual value to the county.--Monte- video News. Salvation Army Drive Is Meeting With Success The local committee in charge of the drive for the Salvation Army reports that it is meeting with success and already over $600 of the $900 quota for Traverse county has been sub- scribed with a lot of the country left to hear from. It is expected that Traverse county will meet i nits full quota.--Wheaon Gazette Reporter. "If you please madame, I've let the baby's shawl drop out of the window." "How careless of you! Baby will catch his death of cold." "Oh no, madame--he's still in the shawl." JUST THINK ! A LIBERTY BELL FREE OF CHARGE. This bank wants every boy and girl of this city to have one of these unique home safes. They will help you save your dimes and nicldes. Open a Savings Account today and get a Liberty Bell Bank. 5 PER CENT PAID ON ALL SAVINGS ORTONVILLE STATE BANK John Carlson, President. C. J. Stark, Cashier. H.A. uke, Ass't. Cashier. i i i i i A. W. YOUNG Merchant,T00ailor , ,, Ortonville, "' Minnesota. You can depend upon the Service and Workmanship at the City Tailor Shop, whether it be new work or the repairing of old clothes, remodeling or cleaning and pressing. We alway take particular care to satis- fy our customers. All work neatly done at very reason- able prices. Try us once and we feel sure you will come again. THE CITY TAILOR SHOP Ladies' and Gent's Tailoring Wright's Underwear Wears Longer NDERWEAR, everything e I s must eventually out, but its length should be sufficient give you the worth fWur money. Wright's made right from right kind of which insures a life than most any kind. For Men and Boy WRIGHT'S SPRING  NF.F.DL,r. RIBBED UNDRWEAR The Pioneer Co-Operative These two trouser are Goal Kickers Trey're the pick of the fall line up They've the the staying that score Price isn't much when Sou figure what we're giving perfection The Kind Real Boys with 2 knickers The extra pair always ready for a Boyland S. O. S. Fabric Values that you can't elsewhere within dollars of what we're Sparkling Fall Patterns that gives you the weaves and patterns of the finest It's a sure thing that in Hamilton there's nothing for your money Dry Cleaning Hats / / USED CA}IS We have some exceptional val- ues in used cars which are ' Priced to sell quickly Come in and driveone home The Pal, (,a]'age gltamplea .lnth Il I IJelck f, I. Jht.M I I Dependable SparR P!ul00 JA L THE ORTDNVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, OCTOBER I . I O @' Bob Blood rtued to CHntou Moo-W.B. Woods and Mr- Beel returned ] Bureau Dlregtors Meet I Fgrm Bureau Gets , ! CLINTON 'EWS |l yfomNnrthDakotaandwi]Iwork[toMinneapollsSundayaterioaat- i Wednesday To Lay P ans County Aidof $1000 4b-- -- -- 0 s fi eman or Eest Johann dur g xer speuding a few nays nun ins. __ ' i Giv She v* . . the corn shredding sean" Mr" RalPh M' a Pgresive fat"l Amendment of t h Articles of In" Appearing before the county badl hEreksn'r uest at a m sceIla euua bride of this weeower I' on lturaed Saturday from a gatetripl ness ca le n CMe on ue Y e au hat he township unit plall might i finally" secured an appropr'atil on of I pap g i u s i j thru the southe part of the s . onn. be legally Iopted will come before a $I 000 for tbe work of that organiza ........ M ........ ndJ ......... i ............................... l E ........ han accompanied a c;, .................................... ]tlo ........................... ' u Mrs. E. O, Krk and Mrs G) n ha ectlon. [ oI cattle to z!mneapo hs the 'st t 1 ureo u at the nua mtlng to helen m g year. Twice have nmeets and I England at the home of the latter. Mrs. Wiley Ross entertulned Mr the week wflcn the orelt Co-otla- bold at Clinton Dee, L 'rlis di on members of tbe fa bureau pat their beautfu g ts p n e Donors of Oronv e  a dinner es y pl maya cutive mmittee and thedictors of] tbeturneddwm Thethlrdattempi brtdcelee A debetous luncheon was l party Monday evening, to cole' ra e Wood Fait whe!e ne attended the th e to sb p un t he at he court- b.ought he a, hey sought alth,, ed by the h stess b rth a on ha 1 ga betwn App eto ho se e y W y after n t as rg amp t a the o her husband's i i y - W e n am u in "s i nests ./ o in a e an u s 'l -- , .1 mo d to Reu o t hieh .the full per h'p, / h.sd at first 'eq:ted. . me over in his ropl&ne ht .... Mr . and M. Hilmer Anderson ann explained the work of the National gntlvn and to advan proof of its { . -- family were entel4amed at the Hd- Federation nu the questions of trans- aettml value to the eounty.--Monte* Child g Naw acatl i ODESSA $ mer Johna hmne Sunday. - pormtion" vid News. Little Wfen Joimson nawiy es+ --4 Mr. aud Mrs. Clyde Williams and State leader of he bureau, F.E. -- t . .... O  lr,Ur  hyt  r]:  ............................ ::. Crffry,,t;;;a:er r- s ........................... Salvation Army Drive nile attempting  Jump o n- A ] t n Fr day ents, mr. ao airs, A I o ng un- t the mtig ni hard of a sln auto, Hi to pp e on o ,.  . . e8 ng p g . au we t to M. n pitt my. A m ig of the Akin umt of the ]$ Meeting With Sue face w quite badly bruised but Dr, A.M. Semr n m p M T J Andeon, Mrs. C. J. An- buau w hel I at Co-e on Wed- Bergan patched him up and he wl[I on Monday to tnt bmes t(eon and Mrs. J. C. Johna autocd neday evening Plans we made at The bai committee t charge of the Mrs. Fay Belknap of Rig Stone City to pver, S. D., last Friday to visit that time for the pgram of work to on be  well as ever. AIres Cls in Nurtlng. Mis Ruth Houlton of Chicago, Con- Sul Red C field nur pnta- ti, ompanbd Miss Rogashka to Clinton Tuesday evening and addr- ed the Home numing class in the in- tezest of Red Css work along this flue. Visit At Fg. Roy Jnhoson, Mr ad M. Tea. Condlt d Mr aud Mr Frk Wat- kins motored to Fargo ou Sunday t vlt Mr. Condit's brother and family spent Tlmtmlay with her mother, M. A. M. Ges. W. L. Bendix and n Fred left we nesday by auto o spend the Win- Wr ia Texas. Mrs. G. B, Campbell d (laughter Catherine wa passengers to Orton- ville nu Friday. Mr and Mrs. Unary Horde anted tc Unde'ood. Minn., to vsit J. O Melby and famUy 't o mors Sehelal ented our IIgh school departmeut on Monday, mak- i,,g an emollmeut of 83. elativ the be dertsken the ming year. Bath Mr. aud Mm. Swan Ericku and Mr. Jones d Mr. Balmer attended aughter Ms,me, Mr. and Mr An- the meeting. They wi alsn attend drew Hanna, d daughter Ruth an other mtings to be held over the Felix Asplud we Wheaton visitor county cluing the blanee of thls Sunday. eek. The Epworth League held theil monthly sol at the homa of Af APPLES. Young last Wednesday evening, about Just id a carload of New Yorh sixty being pent. The evening was appl and we are selling them at spent by playing games, singing and S3.25 per bushel basknt. They are later roasting wieners The Epworth the kin you'l like Come and ampl League wlsh to exteud their thauks them. Pioneer Store Co-Operatv o Mr. and M. young for their hos- Company.  qtallty. They also called on Mr. and M. Ju- Mr. md M;s. R. B. Jafio o Alber us Popp at Fannt. ta Minn.. autoed over Tbmsday to[ -- c11 o.  Ads Jaun. l] WEDDINGS I Attends Weddin of Nie. Another pupil entered our High - -- @ Mr Seid], aeeompied by his th chool departmen h s wk making Ssndberg-Steen- dve to Sleep? ye, M!nn., un m- M,'. aml Mrs, A her Schwand and Miss Caroline Steen, daughter of Mr. children, Anthony, Weu0olyB 6 Eda R total of 21 in that department, The weddiug of Glen Sandberg and day to atton the wen(nag nt tr. o autoed to Hancock Sun ay o and Mrs. Samuel Steen, tong place in SeldFa neee, Miss Anna Hoffman.  d a f d vs wth her s s er and[ St Psuli Lutheran ehuh at Clinton -- aPCrl - 'FttLv afternoon, Rev. S M. i! J C Bender drove to Gretna S. D, ,. 1 " , a The ?aliases Mahnda Gerber and leading the sailer. .t I Elmer Ermkson was home fm Bel- T h rs' m e b" hem a fes d, pink and w i e ma i n 1 sham o r* Sunday. ea c  m.tarda and made a ptty setting for the af m  r ielhngha m at a y. . . ow ed whte M  d h E ckn left for the . Ads J I fair. The bmde was g n in t . . The Mlsse Gertrude Lnn, a - . . . . -. EFent Satday in Fmgo. he ',e k nd w'tb M' Mac D G ef tie sister Evelyn__ was flower glr, ........... e ......  ................................. teie a SotlwneW hqlet. II ife rt ulllit e " M ss B som d Elsie  ephens C ty S. D, Friday afternoon to pond { was a Clin on caller Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gutzman .e u n-"" "- -'-'" --Anni e Lillehug bridesmaids T e Ranm Hewitt and wife of Grace- d Sa a ay rom heir aat trip tol g POre wan attended by Walter San . ill visited in Clinton on Monday. l:llendale, N. D. They vlsited la- ber as bet man a(d Velmer and I Mr. and M. Wayne Ro of Or- tines thelc Melvin Stern, groomsmen. Mi Ida tenville ited in Clinton Sunday Quite a nb0t of our village folks Stun played the wedding march. M, A EI Howe is spend ng a law am those flora the vieini y went out Following the mony a cep- y$ at her pnts home in Lber to C. W lde's paee Thurlay evening tlon w held at the ho of the bride to. nd gave them a good old fashioned to about one hundrl relatives and ffike Ryon of Adrian Minn, is vis- hnuse waluiug hi tFelr new home. friends. They we sounded by re fling his bther, John, here  . Lng Island Bd and a mldmghntt week. A Hallowe'eu Carnival wd] be gn lunch partaken of by about two bu Oscar Harln d f n m bY District NO. 79 at the City Hall dred. They were the melp!euts of into their rooms at Bias "s ho Nsau on Fciday evening, Oei many beautiful d ful gifts. Tuesday . - 2a, at 8:00 p m. The program The young couple will make their A baby glrl w bo to ir. home in the new bungMow which w M Henry Haas on Wededay o last k Mr. and M. Carr Bailey of Mil- bank spent Suuda g Norton. Mr. OIson came up f Canby on Mnuday, to vlsit at the home of daughter Mrs. Chas Mart. M Cha Mattes and nt to he cities Saturday night to attend the eral of Mrs. Mares' mcl Miss Co Howell, of Florence, S. D., sited from Saturday to Teay --t*h home of her aunt, Mrs. O. T. Jahn Grit of Fenton, Iowa, came the first of the days a the home of his father-in-Mw, August Ketein. The Luther League of the Swedish Lther chuh held a pie sca at the home ef Mrs. Martin Aspluud Wesday ght, Art Swffiy and M Bty drove to/C Lake and Bemidjl last Satur- day on business. They Tuesday moing. M. Lybger Fayetteville, it m. Frank Finberg. mr. er vlght Sunday W, L Ross. on their way from Ferret to their ho in Hnrc. Mr& Eide, who ha been vJting foi  time at the home of her sister M. S. D+ galvese: home the first of the wk. Jrs. Haunt of speak in the M. E. night, October 24, t]h$ Women's Fozelg Missionary . dety. bl. d Mrs. George Fhalel] Mr. ari is Garvey ed on Cllnton friends Sunday. "/'be Pmdena we sidts of Clinton about 13 y ago, Mr. Jack Glen and Jmes me up from Minapolis Sunday to visit friends and spend a few days ung. They are staying at te home of Rol- lba haa in te . Roy and Hold Brffian, who ive the Dr. Kieau f, left on Mon- day for Postvfl[e, [, it They went by way of the cities d re aeeompatfiefl by Leonard Sdanson. Word rewired fro, Mrs. F. Mi Bcaty at Sietut Fall, S. D.. whe she was ]led by te flhle of her des etm that t L trod/&at if they continue to Lin LThe f !. Ball game, most exciting nine ever played in the history 0 Nas- a. Greate wlmmmg match ever wimnssed .................. 3t b. Far men only ................... 4 c. For Ladles only ............... 4 d. Zn-Animals fm jungles f of Africa ........................ 4 Moving pictures, featu of enm- [ o4y .......................... 2o 5. My GRound ................. :.. A pop Co Stand, per bag ......... 4c Season ekets --Don't forget to attend the Big ance at he village hall on Thursday evening, October 27. Music by lake's Ohestra of pipextone I CORRELL NEWS I Mis Mated Desso was an Ortonvilie miler Friday afternoom K. Stegner of Odes was a Saturday. h C .Clapp the jUlT at Ortonville this week. Mrs P. W. Frtel wa au Ms Kathryn Fruetel visited pnts betwn trains Saturday. Mr. and M. Appleton ealers Friday aften. Mr and Mrs N. L Wigdahl spent Sunday vising friends Falls. C. G. Johnson spent Sunday at W visiting Ida wife d Mr. and Mrs Chas. Wi and faro- ill,pent Sunday at the Harkopt Game Warden Oscar Brlggs was P. D. Vaughan and A w, S. ]obertson of felfridge, N. D.,  visiting few days. Ba we Apptaton Ilers Saturday I to,non, l Miss Maybelle Johnson and sister! Svea spent Sunday visiting their pa ts who live North of (Messy_ Mrs. L. F. Woods, Mrs. H. A. Black- er d Mrs. R. 1 George nes lle at OrtonviHe on Wealds- day. ently coat--ted on Mr. Sand- berg's f. Mr. d :Mrs. Sandberg a hem in high esteem in the eom- munlty n wbeh they live and the good wishes ot their many friends go with them. Reveption Glv Roy. Boek. About ghty people ataded the reeepnn g4ven hy the membe nf the Fit Conggational church in the Fday evening in hnnor of R. and M. Paul Book- ova, who came he from St. Charl. The hall was decorated with autumn foliage and flowers making a ptty setting for the affr. R. F. Wker gave the welcoming ndds whleh was rasponded to hy Mr. Boekovn. C. E. Gasman e behalf of the Methodists made a few remarks followed hy a whistllng ssl by Miss Edna Shumaker, a vocal sale by Miss Myrtle Geier, d a plane solo by Miss Iren Mr. Walkel others for pres slons ong whom  Mrs C. C J. M. Snesd and J. E. Light refreshments were i 212-L When You Want Pure Milk Every care is taken to keep our dairy in a perfectly sanitary condition. Our cows are all high grade and the milk we are sure will satis- fy you. Spring Brook DAIRY drive for the Salvation Ay reports Lhat it is mting with allady aver $6OO of the $000 quota for Tverse county has been sub- serlbed with a lot of the country left to hr from. It is expected that Traverse eonnty wilt meet i rdts full luet--Wheaton Gatte Reporter. "If you plea madame, I've let the by's shawl drop out of the window." "Row careless of you! Baby will catch his death of cohl" "Oh no, maamhe's still in awl." JUST THINK! A L1BERTY BELL FREE OF CHARGE. Tlds bank wants every boy and fir of h s e y to have one of the ique home safes. They will help you save your dimes d nielde Open a Savings Account today d get a Liberty Bell Bank. 5 PER CENT PAID ON ALL SAVINGS ORTONVILLE sTATE BANK ohn Curium Psident. C. J. Stalk. Cashier. u.A. SZucke. A. Cashier. [A. W. YOUNG / Merchant,Tailor ,  Ortonvllle, "' Minnesota. You can depend upon the Service and Workmanship at the City Tailor Shop, whether it be new work or the repairing of old clothes, remodeling or cleaning and pressing. We alway take particular care to satis- fy our customers. All work neatly done at very reason- able prices. Try us once and we fed sure you will come again. THE CITY TAILOR SHOP Ladies' and Gent's Tailoring @ USED CARS We have some exceptional val- ues in used cars which are Priced to sell quickly Come in and drive one home The Park Garage Dependable Wright's Underwear Wears Longer NDERWEAR. C everything e: must eventually out, but its length o should be sufficient give you the worth' 'or money. from right kin(] of which insures life than most an kind. F Men d Bl WRIGHT'S Th Co-0perative These te are GI Kickers Trey're the pic- ot the fall line up he staying that sre Price isn't much when on figure what we're giving Perlection The Kod Real Boys with 2 Imieker The extra air al ays ready for a Boyland S. o. S. Fabric Values that you elsewhere wlthht dollars of wkat we' Sparkling Fall Patterns hat gi you the weaves and aue* of the finest It's a sure tlug there's not hiv Dry Cleaning $ A]  " THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, OCTOBER @ Bob Blood returned to Clinton Mon-: W.B. Woods and Mr. Beel returned 1 CLINTON NEWS ] 'clay from North Dakota and will work'to Minneapolis Sunday afternoon af- t as fireman for Ernest Johnson during ter spending a few days hunting. 'IF Gives Shower. the corn shredding season. Mr. Ralph Moore, a progressive far- On Saturday evening Miss Edith Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Martin of Clin- mer from near Johnson, was a bum- Erickson, a bride of this week, was ton returned Saturday from a trip ness caller in Correil on uesday fore- honor guest at a miscellaneous shower t thru the southern part of the state. given by Mrs. J. L. and J. H. Erick- ihey leport corn-husking well along on, Mrs. E. O. Krook and Mrs. Gusm that ection. England at the home of the latter., Mrs. Wiley Ross entertained Mr. About sixty guests were present-Mony ;rod Mrs. J. D. Ross and Mrs. Ella 'beautiful gifts were presented to the Donovan of Ortonville "at a dinner bride-elect. A delicious luncheon was party Monday evening, to celebrate Bureau Directors Meet Wednesday To Lay Plans Amendment of the Articles of In- corporation of the County Farm Bu- reau that the township unit plan might noon. be legally adopted will come before a E. G. Vaughan accompanied a car meeting of the Big Stone Couniy Farm oI cattle to Minneapolis the first of Bureou at the annual meeting to be the week whcil the Correll Co-opera- held at Clinton Dec. 1. Thi dec:s'on ive company shipped, was reached at a meeting of the exe- Wesley Lasseil spent Sunday at Red cutive committee and the directors of Wood [alls where he attended the the township units held at the court- served by the hostesses. Many Autoes At Races. A large crowd witnessed the final auto races at the fair grounds in Clin- ton Sunday. It is estimated that here were more than 700 automobiles on the grounds, There were no acci- dents and the crowd was quiet and orderly. Mr. McElligot of Appleton came over in his aeroplane. Child Has Narrow Escape. Little Waren Jolmson narrowly es- caped a serious injury when he fell while attempting to jump on the"run- ning board of a passing auto. His face was quite badly bruised but Dr. Bergan patched him up and he will soon be as well as ever. Addresses Class Pn Nursing. Miss Ruth Houlton of Chicago, Cen- tral Red Cross field nurse representa- tive, accompanied Miss Rogashaska to Clinton Tuesday evening and address- ed the Home nursing class in the in- terests of Red Cross work along this line. Visit At Fargo. Roy Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Condit and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wat- her husband's birthday, football game between Appleton ant, Irwin Heath and family moved to lRed Wood Falls. Clinton this week from Graceville. Ir- I win has a position with a tlephone] 4* company at Dolan, South Dakota, but] [ :Northwest Almond 1 was unable to get a house there. He @ left for his work on Wednesday and his family will remain here with his parents until a dwelling house can be had at Dolan. O t ODESSA 1 Miss Edith Selin was a passenger to Appleton on Friday. A. M. Semrau went to Minneapolis on Monday to transact business. Mrs. Fay Belknap of Big Stone City spent Thursday with her mother, Mrs. A. M. Ges. W. L. Bendix and son Fred left Wednesday by auto to spend the win- ter in Texas. Mrs. G. B, Campbell and daughter Catherine were passengers to Orton- ville on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Horde autoed tc Underwood. Minn., to visit J. O. Melby and family. Two more Scholal, entered our High Ed. Rothwell is shredding corn for Hilmer Andelson this week. Oliver Benson of Morris spent Sat- urday with Clinton friends. Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Anderson ann family were entertained at the Hll- mer Johnson home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Williams and family of Graceville visited her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Alf. Young Sun- nay. Mrs. T. J. Anderson, Mrs. C. J. An- terson and Mrs. J. C. Johnson autoed to Peever, S. D., last Friday to visit house in this city Wednesday after- neon, at which the full membership, with the exception of two, was pres- ent. J. F. Jones, organization manager for the Minnesota Farm Bureau Fed- eration was the principal speaker at the meeting. Mr. Jones outlined in a general way the major projects being worked upon by the bureau. He also explained the work of the National Federation on the questions of trans- portation. State leader of (he bureau, F. E. Balmer, was also present and address- et the meeting. A meeting of the Akron unit of the bureau was held at Correll on Wed- nesday evening. Plans were made at that time for the program of work to relatives there "  be undertaken the coming year. Both Mr. and Mrs. Swan Erickson and lMr . Jones and Mr. Balmer attended daughter Mayme, Mr. and Mrs. An- I the meeting. They will also attend drew Hanson, and daughter Ruth and other meetings to be held over the Felix Asplund were Wheaton visitors county during the blance of this Sunday. The Epworth League held their monthly social at the home of All. Young last Wednesday evening, about sixty being present. The evening was spent by playing games, singing and later roasting wieners. The Epworth League wish to extend their thanks to Mr. and M. Young for their hos- pitality. kins motored to Fargo on Sunday to school department on Monday, mak- visit Mr. Condit's brother and family, bg an enrollment of 83. They also called on Mr. and Mrs. Ju- Mr. ar:d Ms. R. B. Jafio of Alber- lius Popp at Fairmont. ta, Minn., autoed over Thursday to  * call on Miss Ads Jallo. 1 WEDDINGS 1 Attends Wedding of Niece. Another pupil entered our High @ Mr. Seid], accompanied by his three school department this week making Sandberg-Stcen. children, Anthony, Wendolyn and Eda, a total of 21 in that department. The wedding of Glen Sandberg and drove to Sleepy Eye, Minn., on Mon- Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schwandt and Miss Caroline Steen, daughter of Mr. day to attend the wedding of Mr. sons autoed to Hancock Sunday to and Mrs. Samuel Steen, took place in Seidl's niece, Miss Anna Hoffman. spend a few days with her sister and St. Pauli Lutheran church at Clinton J. C. Bender drove to Groton, S. D., family. Friday afternoon, Rev. S. M. Moe Friday. The Misses Malindu Gerber and reading the service. Elmer Erickson was home from BeN Glalys Lenz attended the Sectional The church was decorated with Teachers' meeting which was hekt at ferns, red, pink and white carnations ]ingham over Sunday. Bellingham last Saturday. and made a pretty setting for the af- Miss Edith Erickson left for the The Misses Gertrude L on, Ada Jal- fair. The bride was gowned in white cities on Sunday evening, lo and Anna Edquist went to Big Stone tricotine over Satin with a veil of tulle Miss Blossom and Elsie Stephens City, S. D., Friday afternoon to spend and carried a shower boquet. Her lit- spent Saturday in Fargo. the week-end with Miss Mac DeGreef. tle sister Evelyn was flower girt, Miss Minnie Sandberg, maid-of-honor Mrs. Abet Eastman of Beardsley Mr. and Mrs. Max Schmeichel and and the Misses Mabel Sandberg and was a Clinton caller Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frauk Gutzman return- Annie Lillehaug bridesmaids. T?e Ransom Hewitt and wife of Grace- ('d Saturday from their auto trip to groom was attended by Walter Sand- ville visited in Clinton on Monday. Ellendale, N. D. They visited rela-] ber as best man and Volmer and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ross of Or- tives there. / Melvin Steen, groomsmen. Miss Ida tonville visited in Clinton Sunday. Quite a number of our village folks[ Steen played the wedding march. Mrs. A. E. Howe is spending a few and those from the vicinity went out Following the ceremony a reeep- days at her parents home in Lamber- to C. Wilde's place Thursday evening tion was held at the home of the bride ton. and gave them a good old fashiened to about one hundred relatives and Mike Ryon of Adrian, Minn., is vis- house warmig in their new home. friends. They were serenaded by the iting his brother, John, here this Long Island Band and a midnight week. A Hallowe'en Carnival will be given lunch partaken of by about two hun- Oscar Harrison and family moved by District No. 79, at the City Hall, dred. They were the recipients of into their rooms at Black's hotel on Nassau. on Friday evening, October many beautiful and useful gifts. Tuesday. - 28, at 8:00 p. m. The program fol- The young couple will make their A baby girl was born to Mr. and lows: home in the new bungalow which was Mrs. Henry Haas on Wednesday of 1. The Premier Stock Co ............... llc recently constructed on Mr. Sand- last week. 2. Ball game, most exciting nine ever berg's farm. Mr. and Mrs. Sandberg Mr. and Mrs. Carr Bailey of Mil- played in the history of Nas- are held in high esteem in the corn- bank spent Sunday at the home of T. sau " 3c reunify in which they live and the K. Norton. 3. Booths. good wishes of their many friends go Mr. Olson came up from Canby on a. Greatest swimming match ever with them. Monday, to visit at the home of his witnessed .................................. 3c daughter Mrs. Chas Martes. b. For men only ............... . ............. 4c Reception Given key. Boekoven. c. For Ladies only ........................ 4c About eighty people attended the Mrs. Chas. Martes and Caroline d. ZooAnimals from jungle, s of reception given by the members of went to ae cities Saturday night to of Africa .................................. 3e the First Congregational church in the attend the funeral of Mrs. Martes' 4. Moving Pictures, feature of corn- Odd Fellows Hall Friday evening in uncle, edy .............................................. 2c honor of key. and Mrs. Paul Bock- Miss Cora Howell, of Florence, S. 5. Merry Go-Round ........................ 2c oven, who came here from St. Charles. D., visited from Saturday to Tuesday 6. Fortune Teller ' 4c The hall was decorated with autumn at the home of her aunt, Mrs. O. T. A pop Corn Stand, per bag .......... 4c foliage and flowers making a pretty Heath. l,unch 10c setting for the affair. John Gramitz of Fenton, Iowa, came Season Tickets ........................ 45c R.F. Walker gave the welcoming the first of the week to visit a few address which was responded to by days at the home of his father-in-law, --Don't forget to attend the Big Mr. Bockoven. C. E. Chrisman on August Kerstein. Dance at the village hall on Thursday behalf of the Methodis made a few The Luther League of the Swedish evening, October 27. Music by Mike's remarks, followed by a whistling solo Lutheran church held a pie social Orchestra of Pipestone. by Miss Edna Shumaker, a vocal solo by Miss Myrtle Geier, and a piano at the hofne of Mrs. Martin Asplund Wednesday night.  @ solo by Miss Irgens. Mr. Walker Art Sweezy and Max Beaty drove CORRELL NEWS ] called on several others for expres- tc/Cass Lake and Bemidji last Satur- - @ sions among whom were Mrs. C. C. Miss Maud Desso was an Ortonville Olsen. Mr. J. M. Snesrnd and J. E. day on business. They returned caller Friday afternoon. Palmer. Light refreshments were Tuesday morning. Mrs. Lybarger of Fayetteville, Ar- K. Stegner of Odessa was a Cor- served. kansas, formerly Miss Irta Mathews, fell caller on Saturday. is a guest at the home of her sister, I. C .Clapp and Chas. Hudson are on Mrs. Frank Finberg. the just at Ortonville this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Trenin visited Mrs. P. W. Fruetel was an Orton- over night Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. vitle caller Wednesday afternoon. W. L. Ross, on their way from Peever Miss Kathryn Fruetel visited her to their home in Hancock. prents between trains Saturday. Mrs. Eide, who has been visiting for Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Zimmerman were some time at the home of her sister Appleton callers Friday afternoon. Mrs. S. D. Salvesen returned to her Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Wigdahl spent 212 L home the first of the week. Sunday visiting friends at Fergus Mrs. Hauser of Minneapolis will Falls. am speak in the M. E. church Monday C.G. Johnson spent Sunday at Wa- fright, October 24, in the interest of tertown visiting his wife and rela- the Women's Foreign Missionary so- tives. When You Want ciety. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wise and faro- Pure Milk Mr. and Mrs. George Phalen and ily spent Sunday at the Hartkopf Mr. and Miss Garvey of Milbank call- iome. Every care is taken to ed on Clinton friends Sunday. The Game Warden Oscar Briggs was keep our dairy in a Phalens were residents of Clinton a pleasant caller in town on Sunday perfectly sanitary about 13 years ago. morning. Mr. Jack Glenn and James came up P.D. Vaughan and A .W. Roske condition. fromfriendsMinneapoliSand spend a fewSUndaYdays hunting.t visit weresaturday.business callers at Ortonville on Our cows are all high They are staying at the home of Rol- grade and the milk Em Lyman in Malta. S. Robertson of Selfridge, N. D., Is visiting with friends at Correll for a we are sure will saris- Roy and Harold Britian, who live few days. fy you. on the Dr. Kiesau farm, left on Mon- day for Fostville, Ia., for a short vis- Mrs. Mike Luchsinger and Mrs. Lena itand TheYwereWentaccompardeflby way OfbytheLeonardCities afternoon.Barr were Appleton callers Saturday kJJl | qt'0 Brook Johnson. Miss Maybelle Johnson and sister Word received from Mrs. F. Mi Svea spent Sunday visiting their par- DAIRY Beaty at Sioux Falls, S. D., where she ents who live North of Odessa. was called hy the illness of her nieces Mrs. L. F. Woods, Mrs. H. A, Block- gtates that the girls are both improv- er and Mrs. R. R. George were bus- Geo. Lund.gren, Prop. ng and that if they continue to gain hess callers at Ortonville on Wednes- will return home within a week. day. weeL APPLES. Just received a carload of New York apples and we are selling them at $3.25 per bushel basket. They are tbe kind you'll like. Come and sample them. Pioneer Store Co-Operativ Company.  I Farm Bureau Gets County Aid of $1,000 Appearing before the county board Monday afternoon the Farm Bureau finally secured an appropriation of $1,000 for the work of that organiza- tion in Chippewa county during the coming year. Twice have officers and members of the farm bureau put their case before the commissioners, only to be turned down. The third attemp; brought the aid they sought, alth,, not in as large an amount as they had at first requested. Lengthy discussion, and some of it rather heated, preceded the adopt!on of a motion allowing $1,000. Commis- sioners Harris, Brendemoen and Wal- leen voted for the motion, with Olson of Mandt remaining obdurate to the. last. Farmers from many townships were on hand to fight for their or- ganization and to advance proof of its actual value to the county.--Monte- video News. Salvation Army Drive Is Meeting With Success The local committee in charge of the drive for the Salvation Army reports that it is meeting with success and already over $600 of the $900 quota for Traverse county has been sub- scribed with a lot of the country left to hear from. It is expected that Traverse county will meet i nits full quota.--Wheaon Gazette Reporter. "If you please madame, I've let the baby's shawl drop out of the window." "How careless of you! Baby will catch his death of cold." "Oh no, madame--he's still in the shawl." JUST THINK ! A LIBERTY BELL FREE OF CHARGE. This bank wants every boy and girl of this city to have one of these unique home safes. They will help you save your dimes and nicldes. Open a Savings Account today and get a Liberty Bell Bank. 5 PER CENT PAID ON ALL SAVINGS ORTONVILLE STATE BANK John Carlson, President. C. J. Stark, Cashier. H.A. uke, Ass't. Cashier. i i i i i A. W. YOUNG Merchant,T00ailor , ,, Ortonville, "' Minnesota. You can depend upon the Service and Workmanship at the City Tailor Shop, whether it be new work or the repairing of old clothes, remodeling or cleaning and pressing. We alway take particular care to satis- fy our customers. All work neatly done at very reason- able prices. Try us once and we feel sure you will come again. THE CITY TAILOR SHOP Ladies' and Gent's Tailoring Wright's Underwear Wears Longer NDERWEAR, everything e I s must eventually out, but its length should be sufficient give you the worth fWur money. Wright's made right from right kind of which insures a life than most any kind. 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