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November 2, 1922

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NEWS ITEMS : 10 held a Hallowe'en par- evening. Lentz visited friends this week. spent the week-end in and St .P,ul. Farrington visited n-Beardsley Saturday. and Mrs. E. W. Ostlind spent With friends in Canby. Falkins of Clinton, trans- here \\;Vedneday. is working on the at Sisseon this week. ritson of Beardsley, attend- matters here Saturday. ]ie Utley spent Smld,-y at of her parents near Clin- Mrs. E. D. Petersen mov- Lighfoot house Wednes- of Minneapolis, attend- matters here this 8tether of Browns Valley, was a business caller Wed- of Clinton, attend- matters in Ortonvilte Mrs. E. L. Eldred and Mr. Paul Smith motored to Benny Gunners of with their niece, and wife of Minneapo- guests at the Chas. Salmon- this week. of Des Moines, look interests in this corn- the week. Sparrow entertain- party Sunday in hon- birthday. of Aberdeen, stop- friends here on his way mlis to Aberdeen. and family moved this the house recently vacated Mrs. E. D. Petersen. Fridgen and children of are,at the home of Mrs. mother, Mrs. Fred ,Lentz, inspector for the In- of Minnesota to business matters her Lightfoot, who was tak- suddenly Friday evening improved at the pres -' will leave Monday for trip up north. He will members of the party at left this week for Min- she will begin her du-i Nurse in the Gen- will meet Tues- 7, at the home of All members are Win. Kirkham of left Wednesday, after days as the guests Ley. John Weeding of Ot- to Minneapolis this with Mr. Weeding's and sister. and Mr. Wagner of the Odd Fellows Tuesday evening. Carl Hasslen and Friday from Ross- where Mr. Hasslen has for some months Minard entertained at a party in honar of of Chicago, Tuesday were laid for five C. E. Bremer left 0r Aberdeen, where they friends and rela.ives when they will leave OCTOBER 26, 1922 TIlE ORTO);VILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE Master John Sparrow entertaine(i K.A. Cumw.en drove his ell truck ," @ Most of the farmers in this vicini- tardMe high :c!I:,:A ' ' l il;:t:-, !oe ! SOCIAL i 10 friends at a part)-Monday to c ele- to Wood Lake, where he tw.ed it ] Northwest Almond l: ty took advantage Of the splendid closed since last Wednesday on ac- brate his eighth birthday. Games over to the Stamard Oil agent there. :. ................................................ - weather we were having by husking count of the faculty having been iE were played out-of-doors. Refresh-: Mr. Cummens returned home Wed-e Miss Mi]lie Anderson spent a few corn. attendance at M. E. A. ments were served, nesday and will take over the Stan- _ ................... The Swedish Ladies Aid will give dard Service Station early next week. a fried chicken supper at the Odd George Mowery attended to buM- Fellows Hall Saturday, Nov. 4. All ness matters here Thursday. Mr. are cordially invited. Mowe- is working on a road at Gal- The Congregational Ladies Aid ard, Sibley county, Minn. It is a will meet with Mrs. A. H. Sturs twelve mile stretch of road and they Friday afternoon, November 3. A 25 are using light trucks to do the haul- cent lunch will be served. All are; ing. cordially indted to attend. ... . .............. ! Jess Revis, while putting up stom llS .)llloreo 15Dicta enertalneu a .w:_.] .... .] ........ , ^ . :-.1.... whic t- _ .  ; J lltlU % .-, tit O[JJUt[   ii lllu  1| a droner party 'lUeday evening box -: ...... ers were lai,l for nine guests. The .e'..'eoth%srioy', y evemng was spent n vamous ways taken to the hospital and given im- appropriate of Hallowe'en. mediate treatment. Mr. Revis was Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Johnson, Mrs. ':released from the hospital Wednes- John Carlson and Mrs. Lindgren, at-day morning. tended a Mission Meeting of the Swe(ish Lutheran Church, hehl at George Nelson of Akron, attended Clinton Wednetay evening. .to business matters here Saturday. Miss Lou Starff entertained twelve Mr. Nelson will join a party of hunt- ers this coming Saturday and ;o up friends at a Hallowe'en party Tues- into the north woods for big game. day evening. Five Hundred was Mr. Nelson has had the distinction of played (luring the evening. Refresh- being the first member of the party qents were rved at 11 o'clock, to kill a deer on each of the preceed- Children of the first, second, third ing trips. and fourth grades, had Hallowe'eni parties Tuelay afternoon. Childrens! --Dr. Simpson Here Nov 7. games were played and last, but not; least refreshments were selwed to An Appreciation the "Kiddies." The meeting of the Camp Fire K.K. Odden, inspector for the In- Girls to have been held Tuesday, Oc- dustrial Commission of Minnesota, tober 31, was postponed because of l who was in this city Tuelay in con- the street celebration. The girls who nectian with work of that commis- were to become members then are sion wishes to express the apprecia- asked to be present at the next met- tion of that body for the cooperation ing, November 7. shown by the business men of Orton-' The Yeomen Children's Festival, t rills, Mr. Odden stated that request which was to be given Wednesday,! for compliance with the law have November 8, has been postnone(l un- been met vith in a very satisfactory til November 22. The Festival is to manner. be a program and games and a u:en- eral good time for the "kiddies" of i the Yeomen members, i Masters Thomas and William Well- man entelmined sixteen boy friends: at a Hallowe'en party Tuesday eve- ning. The boys teachers were a]so l guests at the party: The evening i was spent in playing Hallowe'en games and later refreshments ",,,ere served. The Study Club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Martin Schoen. The political subject for the day was "The Tariff." Mrs. Ed Pets- son read the paper. After the sub- ject a general discussion of the topic was taken up. Mm. B. R. Karn read poems by Mrs. Joyce Kailmer and gave a short review of her w)rks. Mrs. A. B. Kaercher gave a review of "Doings at Washington". After the program refreshments were erved. PALM'S Parcel Sale ARTICLES WORTH UP TO $50 : WILL BE$SI FOR Nov. 8-9-10 Watch our windows and don't forget the dates. Leave it too-- PALM --The Jeweler SUPREME. FAVORITES" a00ld BESSIE BBINS BI; Dott [p00r! Big, beautiful, miling "Mary I'1  Ann" with the wonderful hair .11. and real eyes that open and clole. 6HE IS YOURS AB- SOLUTELY FREE if you can solve the Dolly Puzzle and will devote just a little of your spare time to help boost our paper, This is a new and unusual FREE OFFER, and you will be sur- prised how easy it will be to get this big 17-inoh Mary Ann Doll, First see if you oan find the funny faoes hidden in the pioture of the big MAP), Ann Doll. Some are in plain sight while other.are hidden in the folds of her dress. If you (:an find as many as folr (4) of the faces, mark them with an X and send the picture with the ooupon. Then we will tell you how to Ie MaJr Ann. fiend your answer to the ]Dolly l*uzla r/ght a.W. --AUNT MARTI/A, Wrlt your e  eddrem below ad this sd to A,pt MrthL I)aily News, Ooll Oapt. 40 St. Paul, Minn. City .................... ]gf& ....... te .... clays at the Hilmer Anderson home this week. Mrs. Ella Rothwell spent several: days la week with her daughter, Mrs. Hilmer Anderson. Miss Anne Benson of Beardsley, spent the week-end at the home ell her brother, O. R. Benson. Mr. and M. Jos. Dimberg, Miss: Ma-ie and Mr. and Mm. Arthur Dim- berg were Ortonville visitors last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Benson, Evan- geline Payne and Ernest Benson, vis- ited friends near Beardsley Sunday afternoon. Rev. Payne of St. Paul visited Fri-  clay and Saturday with his (lauzh- I tar, Evangeline, who teaches in dis- tric No. 28. Hilmer Ahderson moved the fore part of this week nnto one of the Rothwell farms. Art Vanderpoel moved onto the farm vacated by Hil- mer Anderson t BEARDSLEY ITEMS 1 Several farmers of this vicinity are having lumber sawed. Agnes O'Leary spent Thursday vis- iting the Graceville Academy. H. Tripp and family spent Sunday visiting at the home o Theodm*e Hundeby. Tom Reardon had the migortune of breaking his arm while cranking a Ford car. " i Senator Cliff gave a very interest- mg talk to a large audLence m Beardsley on Saturday evening, i Our Special Fall Selling Event November Novelty SALE Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, November 8-9-10 Make Your Choice Now Accessories For Every Shaver Colgates Shaving Cr. 31c Mennens Shaving Cr. 38c Colgates Bar Soap 07c Bay Rum .................. 49c IGltette Blades .......... 39c Darmam Duple Razor at your own price. A new and novel sale for November. An op- portunity for econo- mical buyers to buy single items at savings prices and save more money on various com- binations and qan- ties. Special selected items, all of great val- ue and each price rep- resents a saving that s unusual on the items designated. Take advantage of all the offers that we present. In combination offers, suggest the number of combination in pur- chasing to save your time and ours. When individual items are bought, ask for them by name. All offers herein are good for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday only, No- vember 8-9-10. Mai and phone orders fill- ed. OTHERS In Our Store COME and See Them Sale begins and ends as dated To Have Good Teeth Colgates Tooth Paste 19c Klenzo Tooth Paste 38c Pepsodent Tooth Paste ........................ 42c West Tooth Brushes 31c Klenzo Tooth brushes 23c Colgates Tooth Paste 19c West Tooth Brush ..31c Lavoris ........................ 23c SPECIAL COMBINATION Needs For the Hair Quinine Ha!r Tonic 42c Vaseline Hair Tonic 69c Liq. Shampoo ............ 38c Hair Nets, double mesh at .............................. 12c 73c 68c special Combination Day Dream Face Pow- der ........................ 60c Day Dream Toilet Water .................... 1.30 $1.90 Special . $1.79 Sweets "Better Than Sister Makes" Stuffed Dates, lb. 48c Carmels, per lb. 45c Bulk Chocolates, lb 43c Liggets Orange and Gold pound box ............ 66c Our Flavoring Extracts are Better Than Usual Lemon Extract ........ 25c Vanilla Extract ........ 23c , 48c SPECIAL 44 COMBINATION C Cara Nome Face Powder .... . ........... $1.49 Day Dream Face Powder .................... 60c Hudnuts Twin Com- pact ...................... $1.50 Colgates Black Compact .................. 78c NyaIs Face Cream 20c A Fine One Extra Special , Our guaranteed Hot Camel Cigarettes Water Bottle, 2 quart, 8 packages guaranteed for 2 years $1.00 With each $1.00 purchase Use A Little More Care in Selecting A Cough Remedy Stearns Cough Syrup 43c Stearns Cold Tablets 20c ) 63c SPECIAL 59c Good Taste In Statiohery And Their Excellent Company Ik In Late Comedy Successes I N o Extensions Special $1.29 VAUDEVILLE and ORCHESTRA ) Prices 75c and 55c, Children 25c This Includes Tax Seats onsaleatPalm'sJewelryShop Mail andPhone 0rtonville Drug Co EUM THEATRE Orders Filled ALL NEXT WEEK Phone 21 Symphony Lawn ...... 63e Cascade Linen 1 lb. 28c