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NOVEMBER 2. 1922. THE ORTONVILLE INDPEINDEIVg ........... &apos;! Mr.<. John Anderson called on Mr:. i Sttte Director Appointed Wrestling Fans Promised ODESSA l i Oscar I)fgren Thursday afternoon. ......................... * Huo Anderson returned home Sun For Red Cross Roll all Interesting Match Friday forget to attend Community: day after putting in two months at Odessa, Nov. 3-4. threshing near New England, N.D. The appointment is announced of Follower., of clean sport in the opened Monday morning Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gustaf.n and! Judge Charles F. Hall of Fergus form of wrestling will be given the the faculty and pupils pres- Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Steen were I Falls, Minnesota a. state Director of, opportunity of witnessing what ;s be- and Mrs. Keene of Minneapolis, callers at the Lennalx IAndstroml the Sixth Annual Roll Call of the ir lieved will be one of the most inter- Friday and may locae in home Sunday afternoon. : .american Red Cross, beginning on esthtg matches ever held in this sec- village. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Carlberg, Mr. Armistice Day, November llth, and tion of the cotmtry when Sampson E. R. Morri.-: went o r.he and Mrs. John Gus'f.on and Mr. and conkinui,ag antii Thanksgiving Day. of Wahpeton, N. Dak., meets Ralph .nesday evening to attend Mrs. John Finberg were entertained This in accordance -ith a new Parcaut, of Sioux Center, Iowa, at A. by Mr.<. Euere Okerson tast Sun- pian of state orgaafization with Red Wahpeton. Alma Grimm returned fhurs- oay. Cron heaiquarters' office at Gri Sampson, who wcigh. around the her summer visi in Ope- Mr. and Mr.-. Gust Ander.on ald F',dt, Minnexta for the fo11 Call, 2Oh; pound mark i well known to: and California. .ons, Mr. a.ud Mrs. J. P. Johnson just adopted by the American ICed wre.tlin fan: of this .ction, hay- seventh and eighth grade pu- and Mr. and Mr. . Gu:,t Lindgren. of Cross, as announced by Walter Dav- bg saged everal inleresting match- a party at the chool house Ortonvil]e, were. callers at the Or ida:on, Manager, Ceiitral Hea,tquar- .es with the country' best wrestlers. evening. Johnson home Sunday afterno)n, tern a Chicago. : Parcaut, who weighs 165 pounds is Basket Social to have been Judge Halt had actl;-e charge of ]n district No. 19 ires been pos-i , 0TREY -:. the Liberty Loan Drive during the by no means an amaur at the game. until Friday, November 10. :: * 'war u::d more recently conducted a He holds nix gold menials, having ap- Mi.e: Ads Jallo and Anna l " . campaigx for funds for the Near peared in a match before Former autoed to Morris, Minn., on J.K. Jenson was an Ote:a cai|er Ea:L a(t also cow,dueled Clean-up President Wilson and notable of for- day o .pend Sunday with I on Tuesday. Squad work in behalf of the veterans eign countries. Thee men will meet Camp Fire Girts gave a Hal- Elmer Thomp.t wa an (_)des- of tie world war and is widely known in a match that calls for the best party at the Village Hall s a caller Tuesday. throughout the state, two out of three falls to a finish. Judge Hall will direct all the ar- While Sampson ouCweigh larcult evening. A large crowd was l Carl Hjelmeland is havinu hi corn rm.gements for the Roll Call Cam- i)y 51 pound% yet information u)mes and all imd a good time. : shredded this week. paign, and wlI1 be assisted by Miss frmn Wahpeton that betting is fairly anti Donald Wagner ar-: Hau_ Anderson made a plea.ant Grace Hayes, who i. the active re- heavy on the latter man. Parcaut from Minneapolis on Thurtay. i call at Odessa Monday. presentative of Red Cross service in Ed. Wagner and Irene a,-'- Freddy Lindquist is helping Mr. Minnesota. has been in Wahpeton for the pazt from Minneapolis Saturday. ttelgeson with his carpenter work. : week in training for the match. and Mrs. Albert Schwandt Mr.. Pete Holme entertained the :Red Cross V(iil Conduct A large number of perns from this city anti surrouling territory Appleton Saturday evening Ei, ts Ladies Aid Wednesday, Novem - Membership Drive Soon are planning on ttentng tahe mtch to MorTis Sunday morfing, ; ber first. which will take place on Friday eve- the day with her sister and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Ander:-on and Newly elected members of the sing, Nov. 3, at 8 o'clock. and Mr.. O. K. Jal]o of Mon-family spent Sunday at the John An-: oounty Red Cross Committoe held Mr. R. B. Jatlo and Mr. Not'-derson home. their fir meeting on Monday after- Alberta, Minn., atrtoed over' Miss Hannah Johnson entertained $2.50 for a Cucumber to visit a few hours with Miss i the Eidskog Ladle< Aid Wedne.tay,{ 'n at the office of A. L. Moore, qn . .ni cit', fqr the purpose of laying! Charle: Duke of Norfolk wa so November 1st. i ptans for a members-hip drive that! fond of cucumber. that on one occas- ,.._ - Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ander:,on were will be starte(i on November I1. sion when they were very scarce he ................ ' Sunday afternoon callers at the C. Money raised by the drive re'ill be paid $2.50 apiece for two af them. LAKESIDE NEWS i W. Cornen home. used to pay the salary of the county Theodore Hook, he famous wit, .............. @ The Misses Lena and Martha Rand i nurse and any other demands naade was o fond of cucumler. he made a anti Oscar Gun,f son marke'd who are teaching near Milbank,;upn the "organization. Monday. spent the week-end with home folks.: 2qae officers of the new committee ..meal wholly of them. Carl Sn}it.h hurt his knee Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Salver.on en-i are: Dr. R. D. Rifenbark, chairman, y last week. tertained a number of friends at a! Mrs. H. W. Sarvis, vice chairman, CATARRItAL DEAFNESS Mrs. C. E. Scofield, secretary, C. J. i often caused by an inflamed condition Rymer family called at the house party last Friday evening. A Stark, treasurer, and Mrs. Eli Plum- of the mucous lining of the Eustachian home Sunday. ' most enjoyable time was reposed. O:ar Guntaf:on retrained last: mer, of Clinton, rotl call chairman. Tube, When thi tube is inflamed yoa aY from Montevideo. Ragna Hjlmeland and Loville Cro- Other mcmbers of the committee have & rumbling sound or imperfect hearing. Unless the inflammati)n :,n nen from the Teacher's Training De- are: Mr.. Gallagher, of GraceviIIe, be "reduced. your hearing amy be do. purchased a Holstein partmemt at Chtonville isent lat Mrs. A. A. DeWall, of Correll, and stroyed forever. John Rollen last week. HALL'S CATA.IdH MEDICINE wdl Li,dholm and Lindholm week in the country visiting .hools. Mrs. Ed. Kollitz of Odessa. Dr. do wh.t wo Clnl for it--rid your system Some cattle last Saturday.  Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Steen, son Chas. Bol:ta was elected to have of Catarrh or Defne caused by Bros. purchased a pure- Elai and daughter Lena, Mrs. Oscar charge of the membership drive in Catarrh. HALL*SCATMYI:)ICINE bull from near Daw-! Olson and Mis Hesteness, pent this city. has been succeful In the treatment of ant week. ', Sunday afternoon at the Ed. Johnson Catarrh for over Forty Years. - Sold by all druggists. Freda Peteron and family i home. --Dr. Simpson Here Nov 7. F.J. Cheney t, Oo., *rolIo, O. at the J. W. Anderson  Simeon Sande was one of the many o turday evening, farmers from this community who " ' Anderson, Lindholm Bros., went to Ortonv!lle to hear the speech! Custafson purchased corn ', delivered by' Mr. Ship.ead Monday l! V O T E F O R Scott Monday. i evening. I REPIJBLICAN Famous Trains CANDIDATES ='" THE OLYMPIAN J z e'. s. mmvoe Ghica go -bthtwaukee- S t. 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