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PAGE 4 THE ORTONVILL] INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, i CLINTON NEWS @ Harry Bradford of Ortonville vis- ited frmnds in Clintort Saturday. A. C. Sherman went to Aberrom- hie, N. D., Wednesday on business. 'he Swedish Ladies' Aid meets Friday at tle home of J. H. Erick- son. Mrs. Lamen of Graceville visited with Mrs. Peter Larson on Wednes- day. Mrs. F. A. Markel of Sisseton, S. D., is visiting in Clinton at the home of her son. Chas. E. Sigloh and family of Or- tonville spent Sunday at the home of Art Sweezy. AI Trebii and family spent Sunday in Pleasant Valley at the home of J. W. Gardner. Mrs. King of Ortonville was in Clinton last week in the interests of her business. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ross motored to Hancock, Sunday to spend the day with relatives. Mrs. Frank Watkins and Mrs. Ly- barger visited friends in Ortonvilte Monday night. There will be a meeting of the Mis- sionary society at the M. E. parsonage on Friday afternoon. Mrs. M. Stephens of Ortonville vis- ited on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. H. E. Stephens. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hunter of Mil- bank visited at the home of Albert Gustafson on Friday. Mrs. Geo. Prader spent a couple of days at the home of Mrs. Win. Mills, while having dental work done. Rev. A. H. Franzen addressed the High School on Monday forenoon, on the subject of "Esthetics." Geo. Manheimer, Herman Pliefke, and Frank O'Leary of St. Paul are spending a few days at Clinton hunt- ing and visiting with L. H. Stephens and family. On Saturday night the Seventh and Eighth grades, chaperoned by their teacher, Mis Hanratty, enjoyedi a Hallowe'en party in the gymnasium at the schoolhouse. On Friday, the remains of Mr. C. W. Wheeler's parents were removed from he Lakeside cemetery at Fos- ter and intered in the family lot in the Clinton cemetery. Clinton's part in the Red Cross pageant to be given in Ortonville, November 12 is "Home Nursing" and is progressing under the management of Mrs. F. M. Beaty and Mrs. H. A. Hewitt. Mrs. Wiley Ross was hostess to a few friends, at a dinner Tuesday eve- ning, in honor of Miss Helen Charles, the book-keeper at Ross' store, who is leaving this week for her home in Hancock. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Erickson, Mr. and Mrs G. H. England and Mr'.and Mrs. Peter Larson motored to Bellingham Sunday to visit Frank Scholberg, a former Clinton townsman, who is seri- On Saturday of last week Joe Black sold his dray line to Frank Chase. Mr. Black has successfully carried on this business for thirty years, durg which time he built up a good busi- ness and rendered faithful service. His barn has been purchased by Victor Olson who x,,ill have it removed to his farm in Big Stone township. The opening number of the Ameri- can Legion Lyceum course was pre- sented at the opera house on Tuesday evening to a full house. The program given by the Warwick Male Quartet was very good. Rev. A. H. Franzen made the introductory speech and in i behalf of the Legion introduced the Lyceum course, this first number of which gives prbm.ise to the boys of a successful and entertaining season's program. I ODESSA t , @ The second meeting of the Parent- Teacher's Club was held at the Pub- lic School building Wednesday even- ing. Mr. Howard of the Agricultural Department of the Minnesota State University gave a very interesting talk on Club work for the boys and ously ill girls. He emphasized the fact that W. M. Bone of Beardsley came over "Education is to fit boys and girls to Tuesday with his moving trucks to live." Miss Heater "Clark of Orton- move the dray barn to the Olson farm. Mr. Olson purchased the barn from Mr. Black, who sold his dray business last week. The Big Stone Ladies Aid of the Norwegian Lutheran church were well pleased with the result of their lunch sale in Salveson's store last Satur- day. The proceeds netted the ladies about $55.00. On ville gave  short talk on "Library Work." Miss Rothwell, county super- intendent of sfhools, was also present. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Gerber autoed to Bertha, Minn., on Tuesday, return- ing on Sunday. The Walter League meeting was held at the German Lutheran school house Friday evening. Satmxtay night Mrs. L. H. Prof. DeGreef was a passenger to A baby girl was born to Mr. and Stephens anti Frank, gave a joint Hal- [ Ortonville Thursday to attend a meet- Mrs. Orrie Mundweiler in Pleasant lowe'en party to their Sunday school ing of superintendents. Valley on Saturday morning, classes in the church parlors. A mosti The Woman's Missionary Society of Jonas Jacobson returned this week enjoyable time is reported by the the U. B. church met with Mrs. R. R. from his trip to Mankato, Madelia, young people. 1Bohn Thursday afternoon. Crystal Lake and other points. On Monday morning Mr. Harry Friday evening the pupils of the Gus 'Johnson and Frank Watkins Bradford passed thru Clinton with his High school department held their went' to Ortonvitle Monday night to equipment, enroute to his new loca- Hallowe'en party at the Odessa school. attended a meeting of the Royal Arch. tion at Parkers Prairie. A.D. Sweezy Thursday evening the pupils of the Rev. F. J. Johnson left on Tuesday for St. Cloud to attend the district conference. He returned on Thurs- dffy. Mrs. Walter Lyman has rented her up-stairs rooms to M. J. Ryan and family, who will take possession next week. Billy Johnson who has been employ- ed for some time at Ross' hardware, has severed his connection with that llace. Mrs. Carl Olson and children left on Tuesday morning for a two weeks visit at her parents home in Hawley, ]lJnn. Mr. Joe Lewis is organizing a six pece orchestra which will be a wel- come and pleasing addition to Clin- ton enterprises. About one hundred tickets were sold at the Legion dance last Friday night. A good dance and a good supper is the general verdict. Iral Beery and Marcele Holmer gave a party at the home of the for- mer on Hallowe'en night to ten of their little friends. The home nursing class was post- ponce until Wednesday night on ac- count of the opening number of.t#he Legion Lyceum course. A. C. Sherman left on Wednesday night for the cities to attend the Ove- laud Convention. He will bring home a new car for C. E. Olson. Some of the Boy Scouts accom- laanied Rev. Johnson to Pleasant Val- ley last Sunday and put on part of their Sunday school program,. Roy Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. T heo. Condit, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Salvesen and Miss Edyth Carlson motored to Montevideo last Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ann Sweezy received painful ,bruises when she fell from her porch step, last Sunday morning, but for- tunately she escaped serious injury. The party which was given for the Freshmen Friday night, was a de- cided success. The "Freshies" were duly initiated, and bore the evidence of it. Extensive' improvements are being made this week on the old Walter with his auto truck furnished transportation. The Junior camp fire girls with the help of their guardian, Mrs. H. M. Davis, conducted a sale of home-made candy at the opera house Tuesday evening, before tle Lyceum program. The proceeds were $4.00. The little folks' "Story Hour" at the school-house conducted by the Junior Camp Fire Girls, under the direction of Mrs. H. M. Davis, proves very popular with the little people and equally so with the mothers. Mrs. Barney Folkens has been spending the past week at the home of her son. Sydney Folkens, and car ing for the family in the absence of Mrs. Sydney, who wi called to Illi- nois by the death of her mother. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Ferry and baby the Seventh and Eighth grades had a Hal- lowe'en party in the Odessa High school. Rev. Emil Mueller of St. Paul and Rev. J. H. Mayne of Big Stone City were the guests of Rev. and Mrs. Agte Thursday. Refreshments were served in the Domestic Science rooms by Mrs. F. Schuett, Mrs. George Nitz and Miss Anna Edquist. Olaf Olson a(ltoed Miss Lyon and the four girls of the Baking club to Ortonville to attend a lecture on the subject, "Baking." Alfred, Eva and Edith Sellin, Wil- lie, Walter, Gertrude and Elsbeth Mueller autoed to Long Prairie, Minn., to spend Sunday with relatives there. School closed "Tuesday evening so that the teachers, Mr. DeGreef, Miss of Dickenson, N. D., visited at the Lyon, and Miss Little could leave en home of Wm. Markel the first of the the midnight train for Minneapolis to week. They are motoring from Dick- attend the M. E. A. conventioh on enson to points in Florida. Mr. Perry Wednesday. is a brother-in-law of Mr. Markel. Needed repairs are being made in the cement walk and steps in the block which fronts.the doctor's office. Also a cess pool put in back of the office. The work is being done by Martin Martinson and Axel Adolph- SOn. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Erickson were pleasantly surprised last week, when an auto load of relatives and friends drove up to their home. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Nordin of Hoff- man, Mrs. Westburg, and Mrs. Sahlin of Kennsington. An enjoyable time was had at the Royal neighbor lodge rooms last Thursday night, when the meeting was followed by a social evening in the nature of a Hallowe'en party. Re- freshments were served and all in at- tendance report a merry evening. A number of Odd Fellows went to Ortonville Monday night to attend the encampment at that place. The party was composed of the following members: Jim Shannon, A. D. Sweezy, Max Beaty, M. J. Martinso, Chas. Wiedlund, J. H. Erickson, Ed. CORRELL NEWS O C. G. Johnson went to Watertown Sunday . Edwin Johnson was an Odessa caller Wednesday. The Boric family motored to Lac qui Parle Sunday. Rev. Miller of Minneapolis preached here Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luchsinger spent Sunday at Appleton. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wise visited at Hardkoph's Sunday. Miss Rogashaska was a business caller in Correll Friday. P. D. Vaughan and Ed. Dorf were Ortonville callers Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luchsinger were Appleton callers Saturday. Kenneth Conright of Montevideo spent Sunday hunting near Correll. Mrs. Lynn Woods and Mrs. R. R. George motozed to Ortonville Satur- (lay. G. LaLond of Minneapolis arrived Friday evening to visit relatives near Correll. Benson house, lately vacated by Ed. Rothwell. Bert Rothwell, Joe Mc- Shoquist and family and which is now Namara, J. C. McQuirter and H. Ran- owned by E.O.Krook. som. Mrs. J. H. Woods, Fordice and Ber- nice Hudson motored to Ortonville On Saturday last Mr. Mike Ryan, lately'of Adrian, Minn., installed a barber chair in Trebil and Ryan's pool hall. This gives Clinton two first-class barber shops. Miss Della Gustafson, daughter of Ed. Gustafson, and Mr. Leslie Stotes bury, both of Prior, were married Wednesday, November 2, at Ortonville by Rev. Arnold Neilson. On Tuesday afternoon a parcel shower was given at the home of Mrs. Sol Gustafson ih honor of Miss Della Gustafson, daughter of Ed. Gustafson, who is a bride of this .week. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Peters from Lake Wilson, Minn., passed thru Clin- ton Tuesday on their return from Hancock and called on the O. T. Har- rison and R. F .Ross families. Quite a number from Clinton plan to attend the annual church bazaar and chicken pie supper i Pleasant Valley Friday night, which will be held at the home of Walter Hellock. Miss Signe Giere, sster of Mrs, Dr. Dergan, underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Graceville hospital on Tuesday afternoon. She is doing very nicely at the present writing. . On Sunday morning Rev. F. J. John- son conducted baptismal services in he M. E. church and administered baptism to little Robert LeRoy, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnsom F. H. Stephens, assistant manager )f C. A. Johnson, lumber yard, is tak- ing a few days' vacation and enjoying the hunting with friends from the ities. Saturday. i Announcem, ent u i1| Having purchased and remodel- led the property in C a s h t o w n known as the Becwar building, I am pleased to announce that I have opened a Grocery Store, and am ready for business. Will appreciate any business that may be given me. Choice brands of fresh groceries, a :ices in hand with the times.. Save Money At Win. C. Pilger's CASHTOWN Ortonville, Minn. Ralph and Clifford Moore of John- son visited friends in Correll Sunday. The members of the high school gave a Hallowe'n party Fri(tay night. The Ladies' Aid met at the home of Mrs. A. A. DeWall Thursday a- ternoon. P. D. Vaughan and S. H. Frizzell were business callers in Appleton Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Fruetel motored to Ortonville Sunday to visit their daughter. Mr. ad Mrs. Henry C. Leuck of Hancock, visited with Jacob Luchsin- ger Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Beyer of Hol- loway visited their daughter Mrs. Ja- cob Luchsinger Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. DeWall, A. H. Granger and Mrs. A. L. Woods mo- tored to Ortonville Wednesday even- ing Wesley LaSalle, Oscar Lundberg, Vernon Bottge and Frank Draffehn attended the football game in Apple- ton Sunday. Mr. Granger, Miss Desso, Miss Hamilton, Miss Lindquist and Miss Preston attended a lecture in Orton- ville Thursday evening. Miss Bernice Hqilson, Miss Helen Vaughan, Mis Elizabeth Hudson, Miss Brnice Scott and Fordice Hud- son motored to Benson Sunday. Shepards are moving their restau- rant from the DeWall building to the Chmnberlain building. Mrs. Kings- reiter of Appleton will open a restau- rant in the DeWall building. @ t FOSTER @ J. L. Connelly started husking full blast this'week with three huskers in the field. Abel Eastman and Benj Stegner Jr., purchased a fine bunch of about sixty feeding pigs last week. Mrs. Eli Sflotesbury has been suf- fering from an attack of inflamatory rheumatism the past week. Lee Bower purchased some pigs from Abel Eastman this week. Lee says be needed something to turn his skimmilk into money. Ray Stegner baggc, three geese one morning the first of the week, The aggregate weight of the birds was twenty-four pounds. Mr. and Mrs. Abel Eastman took up their residence on their farm east of the Stephney schoolhouse the last of the week. Benj. Stegner Jr., finished husking his corn on the Stephens farm last xeek. He reports a yield of over for- ty bushels to the acre of very good COrn. The Stephney Farmers Club will meet at the Stephney schoolhouse next Friday evening November 4. Besides the usual pro2:ram the yearly election of officers will be held. .... J ,, i| Re-Treading Don't discard tread-worn tires If your worn tire has a sound body, there is mileage in it. Our business is to help you get that mileage. In our shop your tilde will re- ceive skilled and careful atten- tion. Consult us about your old casings. You deserve every mile that is in them. We will make sure that you get it. All work guaranteed. Prices reasonable. H. A. Fredrickson CLINTON, MINN. Mr. and Mrs. Abel Eastman, Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Stegner, Jr., Miss Ma- bel Eastman and Wallace Rossenlund were guests at a wild goose dinner at the Ray Stegner home Sunday evening. "Some bird," they said. The auditing committee of the Stephney Ladies' Aid met with Mabel Eastman Tuesday afternoon. After the business of auditing the past year was cc was served. Bob Jennings is making lar trips to Beardsley to the play to be given at that the American Legion post on tiee day. Possibly there may additional reason. Shoe Action and i Shoe Satisfaction ii --Here's Action, faction and Shoe Comfort at Prices you'll welcome as Friends and meeting the demand for ard Quality mercha00' dise you ing. for Less tha00 have been $4.95 Men's Dressy Brown English GoodyearWelt Ru Heels Women's Da Brown Brogue ford, Good)' e Welt, Rubber A Dressy Street Ortonville, M i We Carry Anything in the Line of HARDWARE TOOLS AND MATERIAL Are you planning any fall repair- ing? Then this is the place to come to for Tools and other equip- ment. All of our Hardware is of the best material and workman- ship and will give you satisfactory results. Yes, and our prices will please you, too. FOR THE KITCHEN A great deal of the ness of foods depends upon Utensils in which they are pared. We have just the kind cry housewife will be pleased including Aluminum, Granite Iron ware--also the popular Glassware. Bring your tleatin00 and Plumbinff Problems to Us Ill J. D. ROSS & COMPANY PAGE 4 THE ORTONVILL] INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, i CLINTON NEWS O Harry Bradford of Ortonville vis- ited frmnds in Clinton Saturday. A. C. Sherman went to Aberrom- hie, N. D., Wednesday on business. 'he Swedish Ladies' Aid meets Friday at tle home of J. H. Erick- 6on. Mrs. Lamen of Graceville visited with Mrs. Peter Larson on Wednes- day. Mrs. F. A. Markel of Sisseton, S. D., is visiting in Clinton at the home of her son. Chas. E. Sigloh and family of Or- tonville spent Sunday at the home of Art Sweezy. Al Trebii and family spent Sunday in Pleasant Valley at the home of J. W. Gardner. Mrs. King of Ortonville was in Clinton last week in the interests of her business. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ross motored to Hancock, Sunday to spend the day with relatives. Mrs. Frank Watkins and Mrs. Ly- barger visited friends in Ortonvilie Monday night. There wiU be a meeting of the Mis- sionary society at the M. E. parsonage on Friday afternoon. Mrs. M. Stephens of Ortonville vis- Red on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. H. E. Stephens. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hunter of Mil- bank visited at the home of Albert Gustafson on Friday. Mrs. Geo. Prader spent a couple of days at the home of Mrs. Win. Mills, while having dental work done. Rev. A. H. Franzen addressed the High School on Monday forenoon, on the subject of "Esthetics." A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Orrie Mundweiler in Pleasant Valley on Saturday morning. Geo. Manheimer, Herman Pliefke, and Frank O'Leary of St. Paul are spending a few days at Clinton hunt- ing and visiting with L. H. Stephens and family. On Saturday night the Seventh and Eighth grades, chaperoned by their teacher, Mis Hanratty, enjoyedi a Hallowe'en party in the gymnasium at the schoolhouse. On Friday, the remains of Mr. C. W. Wheeler's parents were removed from he Lakeside cemetery at Fos- ter and intered in the family lot in the Clinton cemetery. Clinton's part in the Red Cross pageant to be given in Ortonville November 12 is "Home Nursing" and is progressing under the management of Mrs. F. M. Beaty and Mrs. H. A. Hewitt. Mrs. Wiley Ross was hostess to a few friends, at a dinner Tuesday eve- ning, in honor of Miss Helen Charles, the book-keeper at Ross' store, who is leaving this week for her home in Hancock. i Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Erickson, Mr. and MrsJ G. H. England and Mr'.and Mrs. Peter Larson motored to Bellingham Sunday to visit Frank Scholberg, a former Clinton townsman, who is seri- ously ill W. M. Bone of Beardsley came over Tuesday with his moving trucks to move the dray barn to the Olson farm. On Saturday of last week Joe Black sold his dray line to Frank Chase. Mr. Black has successfully carried on this business for thirty years, durg which time he built up a good busi- ness and rendered faithful service. His barn has been purchased by Victor Olson who ,,ill have it removed to his farm in Big Stone township. The opening number of the Ameri- can Legion Lyceum course was pre- sented at the opera house on Tuesday evening to a full house. The program given by the Warwick Male Quartet was very good. Rev. A. H. Franzen made the introductory speech and in behalf of the Legion introduced the Lyceum course, this first number of which gives prbm.ise to the boys of a successful and entertaining season's program. @ @ I ODESSA t @ @ The second meeting of the Parent- Teacher's Club was held at the Pub- lic School building Wednesday even- ing. Mr. Howard of the Agricultural Department of the Minnesot.a State University gave a very interesting talk on Club work for the boys and girls. He emphasized the fact that "Education is to fit boys and girls to live." Miss Hester "Clark of Orton- ville gave  short talk on "Library Mr. Olson purchased the barn from Work." Miss Rothwell, county super- lastMr" week.Black' who sold his dray business I intendent of shools,__was also present. The Big Stone Ladies Aid of the Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Gerber autoed Norwegian Lutheran church were well to Bertha, Minn., on Tuesday, return- pleased with the result of their lunch ing on Sunday. sale in Salveson's store last Satur- The Walter League meeting was day. The proceeds netted the ladies held at the German Lutheran school about $55.00. house Friday evening. On Satmxtay night Mrs. L. H. Prof. DeGreef was a passenger to Stephens and Frank, gave a joint Hal- Ortonville Thursday to attend a meet- lowe'en party to their Sunday school ing of superintendents. classes in the church parlors. A, most The Woman's Missionary Society of Ralph and Clifford Moore of John- son visited friends in Correll Sunday. The members of the high school gave a Hallowe'n party Frioay night. The Ladies' Aid met at the home of Mrs. A. A. DeWall Thursday al- ternoon. P. D. Vaughan and S. H. Frizzell were business callers in Appleton Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Fruetel motored to Ortonville Sunday to visit their daughter. Mr. ad Mrs. Henry C. Leuck of Hancock, visited with Jacob Luchsin- ger Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Beyer of Hol- loway visited their daughter Mrs. Ja-! cob Luchsinger Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. DeWall, A. H. Granger and Mrs. A. L. Woods mo- tored to Ortonville Wednesday even- ing Wesley LaSalle, Oscar Lundberg, Vernon Bottge and Frank Draffehn attended the football game in Apple- ton Sunday. Mr. Granger, Miss Desso, Miss Hamilton, Miss Lindquist and Miss Preston attended a lecture in Orton- ville Thursday evening. Miss Bernice Hdson, Miss Helen Vaughan, Mis Elizabeth Hudson, Miss Bsrnice Scott and Fordice Hud- son motored to Benson Sunday. Shepards are moving their restau- rant from the DeWall building to the Chamberlain building. Mrs. Kings- reiter of Appleton will open a restau- rant in the DeWall building. @ @ t FOSTER l @ @ J. L. Connelly started husking full blast this'week with three huskers in the field. Abel Eastman and Benj Stegner Jr., Jonas Jacobson returned this week enjoyable ti.me is reported by the the U. B. church met with Mrs. R. R. from his trip to Mankato, Madelia, young people. 1Bohn Thursday afternoon. Crystal Lake and other points. On Monday morning Mr. Harry t Friday evening the pupils of the Gus 'Johnson and Frank Watkins Bradford passed thru Clinton with his High school department held their went' to Ortonvitle Monday night to equipment, enroute to his new loca- Hallowe'en party at the Odessa school. attended a meeting of the Royal Arch. tion at Parkers Prairie. A.D. Sweezy Thursday evening the pupils of the Rev. F. J. Johnson left on Tuesday for St. Cloud to attend the district conference. He returned on Thurs- dffy. Mrs. Walter Lyman has rented her up-stairs rooms to M. J. Ryan and family, who will take possession next week. Billy Johnson who has been emgloy- ed for some time at Ross' hardware, has severed his connection with that llace. Mrs. Carl Olson and children left with his auto truck furnished transportation. The Junior camp fire girls with the help of their guardian, Mrs. H. M. Davis, conducted a sale of home-made candy at the o p,ra house Tuesday evening, before the Lyceum program. The proceeds were $4.00. The little folks' "Story Hour" at the school-house conducted by the Junior Camp Fire Girls, under the direction of Mrs. H. M. "Davis, proves very popular with the little people the four girls of the Baking club the Seventh and Eighth grades had a Hal- lowe'en party in the Odessa High school. Rev. Emil Mueller of St. Paul and Rev. J. H. Mayne of Big Stone City were the guests of Rev. and Mrs. Agte Thursday. Refreshments were served in the Domestic Science rooms by Mrs. F. Schuett, Mrs. George Nitz and Miss Anna Edquist. Olaf Olson a{ltoed Miss Lyon and to purchased a fine bunch of about sixty feeding pigs last week. Mrs. Eli S totesbury has been suf- feringfrom an attack of inflamatory rheumatism the past week. Lee Bower purchased some pigs from Abel Eastman this week. Lee says he needed something to turn his skimmilk into money. Ray Stegner bagge three geese one morning the first of the week, The aggregate weight of the birds was twenty-four pounds. Mr. and Mrs. Abel Eastman took up their residence on their farm east of the Stephney schoolhouse the last of the week. Benj. Stegner Jr., finished husking his corn on the Stephens farm last on Tuesday morning for a two weeks visit at her parents home in Hawley, Mr. Joe Lewis is organizing a six p{ece orchestra which will be a wel- come and pleasing addition to Clin- ton enterprises. About one hundred tickets were sold at the Legion dance ast Friday night. A good dance and a good supper is the general verdict. Iral Beaty and Marcele Holmer gave a party at the home of the for- mer on Hallowe'en night to ten of their little friends. The home nursing class was post- ported until Wednesday night on ac- count of the opening number ofe Legion Lyceum course. A. C. Sherman left on Wednesday night for the cities to attend the Over- land Convention. He will bring home a new ear for C. E. Olson. Some of the Boy Scouts accom- laanied Rev. Johnson to Pleasant Va/- Icy last Sunday and put on part of their Sunday school program,. Roy Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Condit, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Salvesen and Miss Edyth Carlson motored to Montevideo last Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ann Sweezy received painful ,bruises when she fell from her porch step, last Sunday morning, but for- tunately she escaped serious injury. and equally so with the mothers. Ortonville to attend a lecture on the eek. He reports a yield of over for- Mrs. Barney Folkens has been subject, "Baking." ty bushels to the acre of very good the business of auditing the past year was cc was served. Bob Jennings is making ]at trips to Beardsley to the play to be given at that the American Legion post on tiee day. Possibly there may additional reason. Mr. and Mrs. Abel Eastman, Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Stegner, Jr., Miss Ma- bel Eastman and Wallace Rossenlund were guests at a wild goose dinner at the Ray Stegner home Sunday evening. "Some bird," they said. The auditing committee of the Stephney Ladies' Aid met with Mabel Eastman Tuesday afternoon. After Shoe Action and i . i Shoe Satisfaction ii --Here's Action, faction and Sh Comfort at Prices you'll welcome as Friends and meeting the demand for ard Quality mercha00" for Less have been paY' $4.v5 dise you ing. Men's Dressy Brown English Heels spending the past week at the home Alfred, Eva and Edith Sel]Jn, Wil- corn. $495 of her son. Sydney Folkens, and car lie, Walter, Gertrude and Elsbeth The Stephney Farmers Club will ing for the family in the absence of Mueller autoed to Long Prairie, Minn., meet at the Stephney schoolhouse next Mrs. Sydney, who v called to Illi- t spend Sunday with relatives there. Friday evening November 4. Besides nois by the death of her mother. School closed "Tuesday evening so[the usual prosram the yearly election Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Perry and baby that the teachers, Mr. DeGreef, Miss]of officers will be held. ,, of Diekenson, N. D., visited at the Lyon, and Miss Little could leave on , M e K i home of Win. Markel the first of the the midnight train for Minneapolis to I week. They are motoring from Dick- attend the M. E. A. 'conventioh on nu Treading enson to points in Florida. Mr. Perry Wednesday. / ][ is a brother-in-law of Mr. Markel. / == Needed repairs are being made in  CORRELL NEWS the cement walk and steps in the e block which fronts.the doctor's office. C.G. Johnson went to Watertown Also a cess pool put in back of the Sunday . . ] Don't discard tread-worn tires office. The work is being done by Edwin Johnson was an Odessa caller / Martin Martinson and Axel Adolph- Wednesday. If your worn tire has a sound / body, there is mileage in it. Our- / business is to help you get that 9 The Barie family motored to Lac qui Parle Sunday. Rev. Miller of Minneapolis preached here Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luchsinger spent Sunday at Appleton. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wise visited at Hardkoph's Sun4ay. Miss Rogashaska was a business caller in Correll Friday. P. D. Vaughan and Ed. Dorf were Ortonville callers Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luchsinger were Appleton callers Saturday. Kenneth Conright of Montevideo SOn. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Erickson were pleasantly surprised last week, when an auto load of relatives and friends drove up to their home. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Nordin of Hoff- man, Mrs. Westburg, and Mrs. Sahlin of Kennsington. An enjoyable time was had at the Royal neighbor lodge rooms last Thursday night, when the meeting was followed by a social evening in the nature of a Hallowe'en party. Re- freshments were served and all in at- tendance report a merry evening. mileage. In our shop your tire will re- ceive skilled and careful atten- tion. Consult us about your old casings. You deserve every mile that is in them. We will make sure that you get it. All work guaranteed. Prices reasonable. It. A. Fredrickson Women s Da Brown Brogue ford, Goody e Welt, Rubber A Dressy Street CLINTON, MINN. gel00 Ortonville, Minn We Carry Anything in the Line of HARDWARE FOR THE KITCHEN TOOLS AND MATERIAL Are you planning any fall repair- ing? Then this is the place to come to for Tools and other equip- ment. All of our Hardware is of the best material and workman- ship and will give you satisfactory results. Yes, and our prices will please you, too. A great deal of the ness of foods depends upon Utensils in which they are pared. We have just the kind ery housewife will be pleased including Aluminum, Granite Iron ware--also the popular Glassware. The party which was given for the A number of Odd Fellows went to spent Sunday hunting near Correll. Freshmen Friday night, was a de- Ortonville Monday night to attend Mrs. Lynn Woods and Mrs. R. R. cided success. The "Freshies" were the encampment at that place. The George motoced to Ortonville Satur- duly initiated, and bore the evidence party was composed of the following (lay. of it. members: Jim Shannon, A. D. G. LaLond of Minneapolis arrived Sweezy, Max Beaty, M. 5. Martinso, Friday evening to visit relatives near Chas. Wiedlund, J. H. Eriekson, Ed. Correll. Rothwell. Bert Rothwell, Joe Me- Mrs. J. H. Vqoods, Fordice and Ber- Namara, J. C. McQuirter and H. Ran- nice Hudson motored to Ortonville som. Saturday. ir i i i. Brin00 your tleatin00 and Plumbin00 Problems to Us J. D. ROSS & COMPANY Announcem, ent ii i1| Having purchased and remodel- led the property in C a s h t o w n known as the Becwar building, I am pleased to announce that I have opened a Grocery Store, and am ready for business. Will appreciate any business that may be given me. Choice brands of fresh groceries, a :ices in hand with the times.. Savc oney At Wm. C. Pilger's CASHTOWN Ortonville, Minn. Extensive" improvements are being made this week on the old Walter Benson house, lately vacated by Ed. Shoquist and family and which is now owned by E. O.Krook. On Saturday last Mr. Mike Ryan, " " "n lately of Adman, M1 n., installed a barber chair in Trebil and Ryan's pool hall. This gives Clinton two first-class barber shops. Miss Della Gustafson, daughter of Ed. Gustafson, and Mr. Leslie Stotes bury, both of Prior, were married Wednesday, November 2, at Ortonville by Rev. Arnold Neilson. On Tuesday afternoon a parcel shower was given at the home of Mrs. Sol Gustafson ih honor of Miss Della Gustafson, daughter of Ed. Gustafson, who is a bride of this .week. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Peters from Lake Wilson, Minn., passed thru Clin- ton Tuesday on their return from Hancock and called on the O. T. Har- rison and R. F .Ross families. Quite a number from Clinton plan to attend the annual church bazaar and chicken pie supper in Pleasant Valley Friday nighL which will be held at the home of Walter Iiallock. Miss Signe Giere, sCster of Mrs. Dr. Dergan, underwent an operatio for appendicitis at the Graceville hospital on Tuesday afternoon. She is doing very nicely at the present writing. On Sunday morning Rev. F. J. John- s)n conducted baptismal services in he M, E. church and administered baptism to little Robert LeRoy, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnsom F. H. Stephens, assistant manager f C. A. Johnson, lumber yard, is tak- ing a few days' vacation and enjoying the hunting with friends from the jeities. PAGE 4 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY. 0. @! Geo, Manheimer, Hern Pliefke,[ On Saturday of last week Joe Blackl Ralph and Clifford Moore of John- Mr. and Mrs. Abel Eastman. Mr. / CLINTON NEWS | I and F auk O'Lry of S Paul are enid his dray ive to Frank Cha son visited friends in Cmrell ,unday. and M, Ben. Sterner, Jr., M,ss Me- the pt year was . -- -- "Z .ndlnt a few days a C nton hunt- Mr. Black has successfull r carried on The members of the high school! bel Etman and WaIJe Rosse.n. lund was served. Harry radfod of Ortonville vts- ins and visiting with L H. Stephensl this busine for thirty years, durg gave a Halowen pty Friuay nght, were guests at a w,t. goose umner Bob Jennin is m ited fr,end in ]inton aturday. and rily, wh ch time he buiIt up a good bush The Ladies' Aid met at hc h ne at the Ray Stegner om Sunday[ ar rip to Be rdsl be N. D.. Wednesday an huiues Eighth grades chaperoned by their barn has been purchased by i or ternn The auditing committee of the] 'lhe Swedish Ladies' Aid meets teacher, Mi Hratty, enjoyed) a[OIson who will have it removed te hisl F' D. Vaughan and S. H. Frizze]]l Stephney Ladies' Ad met with Mabel t] day' Possibl an. I The ape.lag number of the Ameri-] ,l,ueday ] - Friday at t e home of J. 14. Ermk- party n the gymnmiuml farm in Big Stone township, were bus heSS cal era in Appleton Eas mR Tuesday afternoon. After additional reason. Mrs. Lemon of Grville visited On Fllda, the remains of Mr. C can Legion Lyce urse Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Fruete] morned/ with Mr petel Latin orb Wfaines- W. Wheeler's parents were remnve ented at the opera hou on Tuesday Ortonville Sunday to visit their L from he Lakeside metery at Fo. evening to a full hnuse. The program dar F. A. Marke] of Siston, S. ter and intel.ed ill the family given by the Wa ick Male Q uartet (laughter' Mr. ad Mrs. Henry C. Leuck of D., is visiting in Clinton at he home the Clinton cemetery, was very good. Rev. A.H. Hanck, visited with Job Luchsin- Clinton's part in the Red " ............... ......... Shoe Action and Chq. 1. Sig-lok and fily of pageant to be given in Orgonvlle, behalf of the Legion introduced the Mr. and Mr John Beyer of Hol- tonvlle spent unday at the home of November 12 is "Home Nursing" and Lyceum course this rat number oI ioway visited their daughter Mr Ja- Art Sweezy, is progssiug under the management " gives prbmise to the boys of  cob Luchslnger Sunday. ......... , .......................... d ................. ................. Sh:-oe Satisfaction in Pleasang Valley at the home of J. Granger and M. A. L Wds mo- W. Gardner. __1 Mm. King of Ortonv|lle was in Clinton lt wk in the intelsts oI her bumneas. Mr. and M. W. L. Ro moWred to Hoek, unday to spend the day wlth laUve Mrs. Frk Welkins d Mrs. Ly- barger visited friends in Ortnvile nday ight. Thee 'ml he a ,eeng of the Mle- onary siety on ida afteoo i. M. Stephens of Ortonville ited on Wed.eday at the home o r H. E. Stephens. Mr. d Mrs. Rbert llunter of Mil bank visited at the home of Albert Gustafn on Flday. f Mrs. G. praer spent a couple o day at the home of M. WIn. Mill. while having dental work done. Roy. A. H. Franz addsd the High Scl on Monday forenoon, on he subjt of "Esthe." A baby girl was bo to Mr. and M. Orrie Mundweiler in Valley on Saturday matting. Jon Jobson retued from b] tap to Mkato, Madelia, Crystal Lake and other points. G rJohnson al Frank Watkns went' to Ortonvil]e Monday night to attended a meeting of the Royal Ah. Roy. F. J. Johann left on Tuesday for St. Cloud  attend the district nferee. He returned on d. . Walter Lyman ha ted he, up-taire rooms to . J. Ryan family, week. I Billy Johnson wo has been emp oy ed for ome time at Ross' hardware, ha severed his connection with that M. Carl ninon and ehildn Tuesday moing dsit at her parents home in Hawley. Mr. J Lewis is organizing a s,x p orchestra which will be a wel- me and plowing addition to Clln- ton enterpse About one hundred tikets were sold at the Leion dance last Friday night. A good dance and a good supper is the general verdict, II Beery and Maele Holmer gave a party at the home of the for- mer on Hallowe'en night to ten of their little friends. The home nursing ela w pt ned until Wednesda iht on - unt of the opening number of Legion Lyceum coarse. A. C. Shoran left on Wednelay night for the cities to attd the Ov. ]and Cventiea. He will bring home a new ear for C. E. Olson. Some of the Boy Scouts m- aied Roy. Johnson to Pliant Val- ley last Sunday and put on part o their Sunda hool program. Roy Johann, Mr. and Condlt. Mr. and Mrs. Montevideo lest Sunday afteoo. M. Ann Szy reived painful brals when she fell from her poh etep it Sunday morning, but for- tnately he escaped serious injury. The party which was given for the Fshm Friday night, as a de- cided success. The "Freshies" were duly initiated, and bo the evidence of it Extensi' improvets a being made this week on the old Walter Benson hoe, lately vated by Ed. Shoquist and fily and wich owned by E. O.K1ok. On Saturday last Mr. lately'of Adrian, Minn., barber chair in Trebl and Ryan's pool hll. This gives Clinton first-class barber shops. Mie Delta Gustafsnn, daughter of Ed. Gutfn, ad Mr. Leslie Stete bury, both of Prior, we Wednesday. November 2, at Orthnville by Roy. Arnold Neilsnn. On Tuesday afternoon a parcel Sol Gustafson ih honor of Mis l)ella Gustson, daughter of Ed. Gustafson, who is a bide of thisweek Mr. d Mrs. Bert Peters from ton Tuesday  their return from Hank and called on the O. T Har- rison d R. F .Ross families. QulZe a number from C]nto pan to attend the annual church and chicken pie Valey Friday night; at the home of Wafer Hlloek. Mi Sgae Giere, gster of erg, undeent an operation fol n Tuesday afteoon. She is Ioin very nicely at the present writl.g On Sday moing Roy. F. J. Joh.- n ducted baptismal the M. E. church d admlnisted baptism to little Robert IRoy, nft n of Mr. and Mrs. Hnr Johnso F. H. Stephevs, ef C. A. Johnson, lumber yawl, is tsk ins a f days' vacation and ejoylng the hutig with fend ties. Mrs. Wilel few friends, at a dinner Tuesda ning in honor of Miss Helen Charles, the beak-keeper at RO' sto, who a leaving this week for her to Bellin gh Sunday to viqit Frank Seholberg, a h who is rl- ODESSA The ond meeting of the parent building Wednesday e- ins. Mr. Howard of the Agreuitul Department of the 41nnesota Sate University gave a very intesng tk on Club work for the boys and glrs. He emphasized the fact that "Education i to fit boys ad girls to ously ill W. 'aesdav with his moving tcke to live" Miss Heater "Clark of move tle dy ham to the OIson farm. vlle gave a short tak on "Library Mi Rothwell, county super- Mr. OIson Mr. Blk, who sold hi* dray buslne I intendent of hoots, wa also present last week. I -- to d The Big Stone Ladies Aid of the / Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Gerber au e Noeglan Lutheran ehnh we wefi to Bertha, Minn., on Tuesday, tar,, p eased w h the rosa of heir lunch] ing on Sunday. sale in Salveson's store last Saint- The Walter League mting wa day The pl'eeds netted the ladies I held at he German Lutheran school about $55.0b. bnu FMday evening. On Satn|av night Mrs. L. H. Prof. DeGer w a passenger to Stephen and Frank, gave a joint Hal Ortonvlle Thursday to lowe'en party to their Sunday ing of eupentendent. parlo. A.moet The Woman's Miseionary Society o enjoyable te is reported by met with Mrs. R. R people, i Bohn Thuday afternoon. On onday morning Mr. Harry Friday evening the pupils equipmetxt, enroute to A. D. Swzy with his auto track famished the tnsportaton. The Junior camp fire #rls with the help of theis guardian, Mrs. Davis, ca, de at the ope house Tuesday evening, before the Lyceum program. The pl'ocds wore $4.OO. The lttle folks* "Story Hour" at the sehool-hou conducted by the Junior Camp Fi Girls, under dlrtion of M. H. very popular with the Ittle peop[ High school department held Hallowe'en party Thursday evening the pupils of the party in the Odessa High Rev. Emll Mueller of St paul and H. May,e of Big Stone City were the guests of Rev. and Mrs. Agte Thursday. Refrhments were seed in the omesti, Science mums hy Mrs. F. chuett, Mr George Anna Edquiet. / Olaf OIson autoed Miss Lyon aml the four girls of te Baking cub to a lecture o. ing Wesley LaSaile, Or Lundberg, Veon Bottge and Frank Draffehn attended the football game in Apple- ton Sunday. Mr. Granger, Miss Deo, Mis Hamiltsn, Miss lndqust and Miss lectu n Orlon- vi/le Thursday evening. Miss Bei Hq#son. Miss Hele roughen, Mis libeth Hudson n motored to Benin Sunday. Shepards al moving the DeWall building to the Chamberlain building. M Kind- relier of Appleton will open a stau- in the DeWall building. -- FOSTER J. L. Co,molly saled huski three huskers in Abel Eastm arid Benj Stegner Jr., ,i ast week. Mrs. Eli Sttesby ha been suf rheumatism the pt week. 1 Bower puhaed me pigs Le Eaman ths week Lee turn h Ray Sterner bagged thee one mong the fit of the The agate weight ef the s tnyfon penns. Mr nd d the  de of the Stehney the week Ben Stegner r, finished hskng h orn on the Stepens fa t k and equally so with the mother. Mm. Baey Fokens has subj oct, "Baking." . tY bushels to the acre of very good spending the past wk at the home l Alfred, Eva and E,hth Selhn, WI- corn. mr dnev who w a l o llll- t spd Sunday with relatives there Friday evening lxlember 4. Besides nois b}: the'death of lier mother. School closed l'uemlay eye.ins s the usual pro am the yearly election Mr and Mt E H Pey and baby that the teachers, Mr. DoG--f, Mis of nfqeers wilre held. . home of WIn. Markel the first of the the midnight tram for, I s c week. They sa motoring from Dick- attend the M. E. A. nventlon ........................... T g Needed repairs are being made in il{.Llb dNl6W ....... h ..................... ae ------ Re- readin the e eat walk d steps in he i block which fronts the doctor's of.] C. G. jo A o a eels po I put in bk of the . n b Sunday. Don't diard tread-worn tis The work is being done . Martinson and Axe] Adolph- We|eday , If your worn ti h a eound son. The Bnrie falttily motored to body* the is miige in it+ Our M pledsant/y sprised last ek, when q ui Parle Sunday. buness is to help you get that Roy. Miller of Minneapolis preachl an auto load of relatives d frlende here Sunday evening, mileage. dve up to their home. The guess Mr . and Mrs. Mike Lhsinger spent Mr. and M, Nordln of Haft- Sunday at Appleton. In our hnp your tit wilI - , ran, Mrs. Westburg, d Mr Sahlin Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wi ceive killed and caful atten- I of Kennsington. at Hdkoph's Sunday. An enjoyable Miss Roghas]t was a tlon. Consult us about your old Royal neighbor lodge ms last casings. You deserve every mile Thursday night* when the meeting hy a social eyeing in that is in them. We will make au mat you get it. Appleton callers Saturday. tendauee report a meny evening. Kenneth Conright of All work guarteed, prices A umber of Odd Fellows went to spent Sunday hunting near enroll. Ortonville Monday night to attend Mrs. Lynn Woods and Mrs. R. R, reasnable- ............. t d t hfat PlafCoio w .................. 0 ............. party woe compose n e ' g{lay . members: Jitn Shannon. A D. G. LaLond of Minneapolis arrived ..................... M .......... I,id .................. H.A. Fredricks0n Chas. WiedTund, J. H- Eriekson. Ed.C orrel]. CLINTON. mINN. Rothwel]. Bolt Rothwell, Joe Me-I M" J. H. ' load  FO di, Namara, d. C. lcQuirter am[ H. Ran- ni HUdson tod to Saturday. --Here's Action, faction and Comfort at Prices you'll Friends and the demand ard Quality disc for Less you have been ing. .95 *4 Men's Brown English Heels Men's Black Blucher, Welt Soles, Heels $4"95 Women's D Brown Brogue ford, Goody A Dressy Street Ortonville, Announcement Having purchased and remodel- led the property in Cashtown known as the Becwar building, I am pleased to announce that I have opened a Grocery Store, and am ready for business. Will appreciate any buslness that may be given me. Choice brands of fresh groceries, aL i::'ices in hand th the times.. Sa'c .Ioney At Wm. C. Pilger's CASHTOWN Ortonville, Minn. We Carry Anything in the Line of HARDWARE TOOLS AND MATERIAL FOR THE KITCHEN Are you planning any fall repair- ing? Then this is the place to come to for Tools and other equip- ment. All of our Hardware is of the best material and workman- ship and will give you satisfactory results. Yes, and our prices will please you, too. A great deal ness of foods depends upon Utensils in which they pared. We have just ery housewife will be including Iron ware--also the Glassware. Bring your Heating and Plumbinff Problems to Us J. D. ROSS & COMPANY PAGE 4 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, NOVEMBER t CLINTON NEWS Harry Bradford of Ortonville vis- ited frmnds in Clinton Saturday. A. C. Sherman went to Aberrom- bie, N. D., Wednesday on business. 'he Swedish Ladies' Aid meets Friday at tle home of J. H. Erick- 6on. Mrs. Lamen of Graceville visited with Mrs. Peter Larson on Wednes-] day. i Mrs. F. A. Markel of Siseton, S. ] D., is visiting in Clinton at the home! of her son. Chas. E. Sigloh and family of Or- tonville spent unday at the home of Art Sweezy. Al Trebit and family spent Sunday in Pleasant Valley at the home of J. W. Gardner. Mrs. King of Ortonville was in Clinton last week in the interests of her business. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ross motored to Hancock, Sunday to spend the day with relatives. Mrs. Frank Watkins and Mrs. Ly- barger visited friends in Ortonvilte " Monday night. There will be a meeting of the Mis- sionary society at the M. E. parsonage on Friday afternoon. Mrs. M. Stephens of Ortonville vis- ited on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. H. E. Stephens. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hunter of Mil- bank visited at the home of Albert Gustafson on Friday. Mrs. Geo. Prader spent a couple of days at the home of Mrs. Win. Mills, while having dental work done. Roy. A. H. Franzen addressed the High School on Monday forenoon, on the subject of "Esthetics." A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Orrie Mundweiler in Pleasant Valley on Saturday morning. Jonas Jacobson returned this week from his trip to Mankato, Madelia, Crystal Lake and other points. Gus 'Johnson and Frank Watkins went' to Ortonvitle Monday night to attended a meeting of the Royal Arch. Rev. F. J. Johnson left on Tuesday for St. Cloud. to attend the district conference. He returned on Thurs- dffy. Mrs. Walter Lyman has rented her up-stairs rooms to M. J. Ryan and family, who will take possession next week. Billy Johnson who has been employ- ed for some time at Ross' hardware, has severed his connection with that llace. Mrs. Carl Olson and children left on Tuesday morning for a two weeks visit at her parents home in Hawley, ]linn. Mr. Joe Lewis is organizing a six pece orchestra which will be a wel- come and pleasing addition to Clin- ton enterprises. About one hundred tickets were sold at the Legion dance last Friday night. A good dance and a good supper ]s the general verdict. Iral Beaty and Mareele Hoimer gave a party at the home of the for- mer on Hallowe'en night to ten of their little friends. The home nursing class was post- poned until Wednesday night on ac- count of the opening number of.&he Legion Lyceum course. A. C. Sherman left on Wednesday night for the cities to attend the Over- land Convention. He will bring home a new car for C. E. Olson. Some of the Boy Scouts accom- panied Roy. Johnson to Pleasant Val- ley last Sunday and put on part of their Sunday school program,. Roy Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. T heo Condit, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Salvesen and Miss Edyth Carlson motored to Montevideo last Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ann Sweezy received painful bruises when she fell from her porch step, last Sunday morning, but for- tunately she escaped serious injury. The party which was given for the Freshmen Friday night, was a de- cided success. The "Freshies" were duly initiated, and bore the evidence of it. Extensive" improvements are being made this week on the old Walter Benson house, lateIy vacated by Ed. Shoquist and family and which is now owned by E. O.Krook. On aturday last Mr. Mike Ryan, lately"of Adrian, Minn., installed a barber chair in Trebil and Ryan's pool hall. This gives Clinton two first-class barber shops. Miss Della Gustafson, daughter of Ed. Gutfson, and Mr. Leslie Stotes bury, both of Prior, were married Wednesday, November 2, at Ortonville by Roy. Arnold Neilson. On Tuesday afternoon a parcel shower was given at the home of Mrs. Sol Gustafson in honor of Miss Della Gustafson, daughter of Ed. Gustafson, who is a bride of this .week. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Peters from Lake Wilson, Minn., passed thru Clin- ton Tuesday on their return from Hancock and called on the O. T. Har- rison and R. F .Ross families. Quite a number from Clinton plan co attend the annual church bazaar and chicken pie supper in Pleasant Valley Friday night, which will be held " at the home of Waler Hmllock. Miss Signe Giere, sCster of Mrs. Dr. Dergan, underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Graceville hospital on Tuesday afternoon. She is doing very nicely at the present writing. . On Sunday morning Rev. F. J. John- son conducted baptismal services in he M. E. ohurch and administered baptism to little Robert LeRoy, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnsoba F. H. Stephens, assistant manager ,of C. A. Johnson, lumber yard, is tak- ing a few days' vacation and enjoying the hunting with friends from the jeities. Geo. Manheimer, Herman Pliefke, and Frank O'Leary of St. Paul are spending a few days at Clinton hunt- ing and visiting with L. H. Stephens and family. On Saturday night the Seventh and Eighth grades, chaperoned by their teacher, Miss Hare'arty, enjoyedi a Hallowe'en party in the gymnasium at the schoolhouse. On Friday, the remains of Mr. C. W. Wheeler's parents were removed from he Lakeside cemetery at Fos- ter and intered in the family lot in the Clinton cemetery. Clinton's part in the Red Cross pageant to be given in Ortonville, November 12 is "Home Nursing" and is progressing under the management of Mrs. F. M. Beaty and Mrs. H. A. Hewitt. Mrs. Wiley Ross was hostess to a few friends, at a dinner Tuesday eve- ning, in honor of Miss Helen Charles, i the book-keeper at Ross' store, who is leaving this week for her home in Hancock. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Erickson, Mr. and MrsJ G. H. England and Mr .and Mrs. Peter Larson motored to Bellingham Sunday to visit Frank Scholberg, a former Clinton town,man, who is seri- ously ill W. M. Bone of Beardsley came ove] Tuesday with his moving trucks to move the dray barn to the Olson farm. On Saturday of last week Joe Black sold his dray line to Frank Chase. i Mr. Black has successfully carried on this business for thirty years, durg which time he built up a good busi- ness and rendered faithful service. His barn has been purchased by Victor Olson who xill,, have it removed to his farm in Big Stone township. The opening number of the Ameri- can Legion Lyceum course was pre- sented at the opera house on Tuesday evening to a full house. The program given by the Warwick Male Quartet was very good. Rev. A. H. Franzen [made the introductory speech and in i behalf of the Legion introduced the Lyceum course, this first number of which gives prbmise to the boys of a successful and entertaining eason's program. ODESSA *t t The second meeting of the Parent- Teacher's Club was held at the Pub- lic School building Wednesday even- ing. Mr. Howard of the Agricultural Department of the Minnesota State[ University gave a very interesting! talk on Club work for the boys and girls. He emphasized the fact that "Education is to fit boys and girls to live." Miss Hester *Clark of Orton- ville gave a short talk on "Library Mr. Olson purchased the barn from Work." Miss Rothwell, county super- Mr. Black, who sold his dray business t intendent of shools, was also present. last week. i The Big Stone Ladies Aid of the[ Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Gerber autoed Norwegian Lutheran church were well [ to Bertha, Minn., on Tuesday, return- pleased with the result of their lunch Iing on Sunday. sale in Salveson's store last Satur- The Walter League meeting was (lay. The proceeds netted the ladies held at the German Lutheran school about $55.00. house Friday evenilg. On SatmMav night Mrs. L. H.I Prof. DeGreef was a passenger to Stephens and lrank, gave a joint Hal- t Ortonville Thursday to attend a meet- lowe'en party to their Sunday school!ins of superintendents. classes in the church parlors. A most The Woman's Missionary Society of enjoyable time is reported by thel the U. B. church met with Mrs. R. R. young people. Bohn Thursday afternoon. On Monday morning Mr. Harry Bradford passed thru Clinton with his equipment, enroute to his new loca- tion at Parkers Prairie. A.D. Sweezy with his auto truck furnished the transportation. The Junior camp fire girls with the help of their guardian, Mrs. H. M. Davis, conducted a sale of home-made candy at the o pe, ra house Tuesday evening, before the Lyceum program. The proceeds were $4.00. The little folks' "Story Hour" at the school-house conducted by the Junior Camp Fire Girls, under the direction of Mrs. H. M. Davis, proves very popular with the little people and equally so with the mothers. Mrs. Barney Folkens has been spending the past week at the home of her son. Sydney Folkens, and car ing for the family in the absence of Mrs. Sydney, who  called to Illi- nois by the death of lier mother. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Perry and baby of Dickenson, N. D., visited at the home of Win. Markel the first of the week. They are motoring from Dick- orison to poJnts in Florida. Mr. Perry is a brother-in-law of Mr. Markel. Needed repairs are being made in the cement walk and steps in the block which fronts the doctor's office. Also a cess pool put in back of the office. The work is being done by Martin Martinson and Axel Adolph- son, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Erickson were pleasantly surprised last week, when an auto load of relatives and friends drove up to their home. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Nordin of Hog- man, Mrs. Westburg, and Mrs. Sahlin of Kennsington. An enjoyable time was had at the Royal neighbor lodge rooms last Thursday night, when the meeting was followed by a social evening in the nature of a Hallowe'en party. Re- freshments were served and all in at- tendance report a merry evening. A number of Odd Fellows wen to Ortonville Monday night to attend the encampment at that place. The party was composed of the following members: Jim Shannon, A. D. Sweezy, Max Beaty, M. J. Martinso,, Chas. Wiedhind, J. H. Erickson, Ed. Rothwell. Bert Rothwell, Joe Mc- Namara, J. C. McQuirter and H. Ran- Sore. Friday evening the pupils of the High school department held their Hallowe'en party at the Odessa school, i Thursday evening the pupils of the Seventh and Eighth grades had a Hal- lowe'en party in the Odessa High school. Rev. Emil Mueller of St. Paul and Rev. J. H. Mayne of Big Stone City were the guests of Rev. and Mrs. Agte Thursday. Refreshments were served in the Domestic Science rooms by Mrs. F. Schuett, Mrs. George Nitz and Miss Anna Edquist. Olaf Olson a(ltoed Miss Lyon and the four girls of the Baking club to Ortonville to attend a lecture on tbe subject, "Baking." Alfred, Eva and Edith Sel]in, Wil- lie, Walter, Gertrude and Elsbeth Mueller autoed to Long Prairie, Minn., to spend Sunday with relatives there. School closed "Tuesday evening so that the teachers, Mr. DeGreef, Miss Lyon, and Miss Little could leave on the- midnight train for Minneapolis to attend the M. E. A. conventioh on Wednesday. CORRELL NEWS C. G. Johnson went to Watertown Sunday . Edwin Johnson was an Odessa caller Wednesday. The Barie fancily motored to Lac qui Parle Sunday. Rev. Miller of Minneapolis preached here Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luchsinger spent Sunday at Appleton. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wise visited at Hardkoph's Sun4ay. Miss Rogashaska was a business caller in Correll Friday. P. D. Vaughan and Ed. Doff were Ortonville callers Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luchsinger were Appleton callers Saturday. Kenneth Conright of Montevideo spent Sunday hunting near Correll. Mrs. Lynn Woods and Mrs. R. R. George motoced to Ortonville Satur- (lay. G. LaLond of Minneapolis arrived Friday evening to visit relatives near Correll. Mrs. J. H. Woods, Fordice and Ber- nice Hudson motored to Ortonville Saturday. i ill i i i Announcem, ent Having purchased and remodel- led the property in C a s h t o w n known as the Becwar building, I am pleased to announce that I have opened a Grocery Store, and am ready for business. Will appreciate any business that may be given me. Choice brands of fresh groceries, a rices in hand with the times.. Savc Money At Wm. C. Pilger's CASHTOWN Ortonville, Minn. Ralph and Clifford Moore of John- son visited friends in Corre]l Sunday. The members of the high school gave a Hallowe'n party Fri(tay night. The Ladies' Aid met at the home of Mrs. A. A. DeWall Thursday af- ternoon. P. D. Vaughan and S. H. Frizzell were business callers in Appleton Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Fruetel motored to Ortonville Sunday to visit their daughter. Mr. ad Mrs. Henry C. Leuck of Hancock, visited with Jacob Luchsin- ger Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Beyer of Hol- loway visited their daughter Mrs. Ja- cob Luchsinger Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. DeWall, A. H. Granger and Mrs. A. L. Woods mo- tored to Ortonville Wednesday even- mg Wesley LaSalle, Oscar Lundberg, Vernon Bottge and Frank Draffehn attended the football game in Apple- ton Sunday. Mr. Granger, Miss Desso, Miss Hamilton, Miss Lindquist and Miss Preston attended a lecture in Orton- ville Thursday evening. Miss Bernice Hdson, Miss Helen Vaughan, Mis Elizabeth Hudson, Miss Barnice Scott and Fordice Hud- son motored to Benson Sunday. Shepards are moving their restau- rant from the DeWall building to the Chmnberlain building. Mrs. Kings- reiter of Appleton will open a restau- rant in the DeWall building. O t FOSTER J. L. Connelly started husking full blast this'week with three huskers in the field. Abel Eastman and Benj Stegner Jr., purchased a fine bunch of about sixty feeding pigs last week. Mrs. Eli S totesbury has been suf- feringfrom an attack of inflamatory rheumatism the past week. LeeBower purchased some pigs from Abel Eastman this week. Lee says he needed something to turn his skimmilk into money. Ray Stegner bagged, three geese one morning the first of the week. The aggregate weight of the birds was twenty-four pounds. Mr. and Mrs. Abel Eastman took up their residence on their fmn east of the Stephney schoolhouse the last of the week. Benj. Stegner Jr., finished husking his corn on the Stephens farm last eek. He reports a yield of over for- the business of the past year was was served. Bob Jennings is making lar trips to Beardsley to the play to be given at that the American Legion post on tice day. Possibly there maY additional reason. Mr. and Mrs. Abel Eastman, Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Stegner, Jr., Miss Ma- bel Eastman and Wallace Rossenlund were guests at a wild goose dinner at the Ray Stegner homa Sunday evening. "Some bird," they said. The auditing committee of the Stephney Ladies' Aid met with Mabel Eastman Tuesday afternoon. After Shoe Action and Shoe Satisfaction t llllll 00Here's Action, faction and Sho Comfort at Prices you'll welcome as Friends and the demand for ard Quality me dise for L e s s % you have been ing. Men's Dressy Brown English GoodyearWelt Heels ty bushels to the acre of very good The Stephney Farmers Club will meet at the Stephney schoolhouse next Friday evening November 4. Besides l the usual program the yearly election I of officers will be held. ,. ; ...... eei iroB c k Me Ki Re-Treading II I ! Don't discard tread-worn tires If your worn tire has a sound body, there is mileage in it. Our business is to help you get that mileage. In our shop your tire will re- ceive skilled and careful atten- tion. Consult us about your old casings. You deserve every mile that is in them. We will make sure that you get it. All work guaranteed. Prices reasonable. Women's pal Brown Brogue ord, GoodYe! Welt, Rubber A Dressy Street Ortonville, Min H. A. Fredrickson CLINTON MINN. We Carry Anything in the Line HARDWARE TOOLS AND MATERIAL FOR THE KITCHEN Are you planning any fall repair- ing? Then this is the place to come to for Tools and other equip- ment. 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