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PAGE 4 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4) @[ Miss Lila Holmstead visited at the l CLINTON NEWS |] home of J. L. Erickson last week, t ........ , ...... . @[while on her way from Montevideo to Miss Staff spent Thanksgiving day [ her home in Wheaten. Her sister, vith friends at Ortonville. I Miss Mabel Holmstead, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Courtney Krook visit- her home for the holiday vacation. ed in Barry last Sunday. J Pete Depolder left on Friday for Billy Johnson visited over the week] Morris where he will spend a week end with friends in Hancock. [with his sister after which he goes to Mr E O Krook entertained the[ Onamia to spend the winter with Le- &apos;;h A;'dn Wednesday lander Bailey. They will keep bache- . ........... |lor s hall, m a cottage by the ak , victor Lewis came nome xrom reel Thursda " near town. Graceville hospital on y. . .... li Ladies Aid met with Friends and nmghbors of Mrs. John xne t. ran H. Martin surprised them on Monday Mrs. Abel Steen on Wednesday. night at their home and a pleasant Miss Mary Hickson visited over Sun- day at the F. W. Watkins home. : E. Gongol made a business trip to the cities Saturday o last week. Ben Martinson has been quite sick this week with threatened pneumonia. Gee. Zimmerman came over from Chokio to visit with-friends over Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rasmussen took ddnner Sunday with friends in Grace- ville. Peter Larson and family returned on Wednesday from their trip to the cities. J. C. Bender gave an interesting talk to the high school on Monday forenoon, i A social dance was giren at the home of Leslie Green on Thanksgiv- ing night. Dr. S. W. Giere of Benson visited over Thanksgiving day at the home o$ Dr. Bergan. Mrs. Oscar Bergstrom and baby daughter returned home from the hos- pital on Tuesday. Carl Hmmerberg of Battleson, Montana, is here vsiting his father, Chas I-hmmerberg. Mrs. Byron Crowley and little daughter returned on Monday from their visit in Northfield. Mrs. Martin Asplund gave a delight- ful party to the young folks 8t her home on Friday evening. The Drewin boys drove to Fergus "Falls on Wednesday to visit their brother at the hospital there. Howard Goldsmith left last week to attend the funeral of his mother, who died at her home in Morn, Minn. Mrs. Elias Lyseng visited last week in Ortonville at the home of her daughter Mrs Rasmus Gjengdahl Mrs. Carl Beaty, who was taken sick last week tho somewhat improv- eel, is still under the doctor's care. Annie Rasmussen returned from her visit in Morri on Monday. Ida will remain there for a few days longer. Mrs. R. B. Fall is recovering from her recent operation and is expected home from the hospital the last of the veek. Miss Ruth Hickson has been con- fined to her room a few days with an attack of pleurisy, but is able to be about again. Mrs. Irta Lybarger and Mr. and Mrs Frank Finberg and family visited last Sunday at the Chas. Mathews home in Prior. The reading Circle met on Monday night at the home of Mrs. J. L. Erick- son. The topic for the evening was "Child Welfare." Dr. Lee, the district superintendent, held quarterly conference and preach- ing services atthe M. E. church on Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Frederickson of Ortonville spent Thanksgiving at the home of Mrs. Frederickson's mother, :Mrs. James SchelL Mrs. Kate Sparrow of Ortonville ac- companied Miss Rogoshaska to Clin- ton on Tuesday night and visited the Home Nursing class. Martin Lewis of Glenwood came Sat- rday to visit relatives in town. He is a brother of Joe Lewis, and a neph- ew of Martin Rasmussen. Andrew Twinderen, of Norwood, N. D., who used to make his home around here about 20 years ago, is Visiting friends in this locality. A merry time was had Thanksgiv- ing day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Chase when all the children and grand-children came home to cele- brate. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Finberg and Mr. John Hagaman went to Ortonville on Wednesday to attend the golden wed- ving of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mat- thewu. Friends of J. L. Hasbrouck will be interested to hear that, his family has moved back to Graceville. Mr. Has- brouek is traveling on the road for a tllm company. The dance at the Opera House on Thanksgiving night was quite well at- tended. Forty-six dance tickets were sold. The orchestra from Fargo gave good satisfaction. The C. M. tnd St. P. railroad have a crew of workmen at this station who are repairing and improving the load- ing platform, and changing the loca- tion of the coal sheds. A. D. Sweezy went to Glencoe last week to bring up two auto trucks for Gee. Mowry of Ortonville. He was ac- companied by Mahlon Mowry. They returned on Tuesday with the trucks. Alec Holmer sold hisfarm in Prior township last week to the Clinton State Bank, taking in exchange the house and lot in Ortonville, formerly owned and occupied by Joe Rothwell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Krook enter- ained the following families,,at their beautiful new home, on Thanksgiving Day. C. P. Wennblom's, J. L. Erick- son's, E. O. Krook's, Cotirtaey Krook's and J. E. Palmer's. evening was spent. The occasion was in honor of their wedding anniver- sary. The party wound up with a so- cial dance. The general committee for the M. E. church bazaar met at the home of Mrs. Knutson on Tuesday afternoon and the apron committee met with Mrs. Nor- ton on Tuesday evening. Final ar- rangements were made for the dinner and bazaar on Saturday, December 3, to which all are cordially invited. The thirtieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Larson of North Prior was celebrated on Sat- urdaY evening, November 26, when a number of friends and neighbors ten- dered them a surprise. Progressive cards were played, prizes being award- ed the winners and the losers. Lunch was served at midnight. Johnnie, says for them all to come again. The many friends of Mrs. John Martinson will be sorry to hear that that lady has not been in her usual good health for some time. Mrs. Mar- tinson is 89 years old. She came with her husband to her present farm home in o1877 and has resided there continuously for 44 years. At this home she has celebrated both her gol- den and diamond wedding anniver- saries. She has raised a large family, and in years gone by endeared herself to all around her by her ever-ready willingness to help in times of sick- ness and trouble. Preaching service was held at the Stephney schoolhouse on Thanksgiv- ing evening. Mrs. Ben Stegner Jr., and daughter Jane are spending a few days visiting at O. P. Scholbergs. George Hastings and son Leslie were cutting wood on the Chris Thors- tenson farm this week. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Bower and son Lee were guests at John Htmtsinger's home on Thanksgiving Day. Eastman Byes. have purchased a feed mill of large capacity which they intend to run wRh their tractor. The Stephney Ladies Aid will hold its meeting next Thursday with Mrs. Win,. Bower. All are cordially invited Miss Alice Green Who is a teacher I 1 in the Alberta Consolidated school, via-I ited. with Hazel Hastings over Thatks- I g]wng. Mrs. Ray Stegner returned home Monday after a weeks visit at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Scholberg. lr. and Mrs. A. J. Lawrence and Mr. and irs Elof Hamner and their families ate the Thanksgiving turkey at Arthur Spencer's home On Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. No. 16 ,and No. 31. The tests *given were in reading, arithmetic and spell- ing. Golden Prairie carried off first honors with No. 16 second. Another contest is to be held soon at the Steph- ney school house No. 16. On Wednesday afternoon there was a Thanksgiving program at the Steph- hey schoolhouse. The teacher, .Miss Lois Palmer, and the scholars had spent considerable time in prepara- tion and their work was appreciated by the large audience. The program consisted of songs, recitations, dia- logues and a debate. William Davidson, one of the oldest settlers in Brown's Valley township, I died Wednesday night, death being due to heart failure. Mr. Davidson was living with his brother, Jim Da- vidson, on the deceased's farm, home- steaded by him when he was about 18 years of age. He was a single man, @ @ NOTICE I ODESSA 1 Those who have as yet not enrolled in the American Red Cross for 1922 Our public schools opened Monday are urged to do so by Saturday, De- morning with all in their proper cember 3, 1921. I want to make a places, report of money collected in the vari- Mr. R. R. Bohn and family spen out villages, cities and townships. If Thanksgiving Day with Mr. and Mrs. the solicitors have missed you when K. R Long. they made the drive you can send your Clara Olson came home from Monte- dollar direct to me. Kindly attend to video Wednesday to spend Thanksgiv- this at once as I must make account- ing Day with her parents, ing to the American Red Cross head- Miss Ada Jallo went to Appleton iquarters of money collected in this Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving drive. Important. --JOHN E. PAL- MER, County Chairman, Annual Red with her sister, Mrs. Eliason. Cross Drive. Mr. and Mrs Fay Belknap and son of Big Stone City spent Thanksgiv- Thor Washing machines were sold ing with Mr and Mrs. W. J. Gess. this week by Alvah Matthews to Mrs. August Mueller, Mrs. Bert Babbitt and Mrs. P. B. Vikre and sons of Or-Mrs. Salvisen. tonville arrived Thursday to spend the rest of the week with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Woodard. having never been married, and was Mr. an dlVLrs. Hans Jepsen and two well known in the neighborhood of children and Mr Jens Hedegard left Beardsley. Tuesday morning for Denmark to CORRELL NEWS O- spend Xmas with relatives and friends there. They expect to return in the spring. Mr. John Istina and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Semrau and family, Gertrude and Leonard Zahrbock, and Mr. A. G. Zahrbock and family ate Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Mrs. Emilie Zahrbock. You are entitled t tickets on the Phonograph to be given awayboth on accounts paid and on cash pur- chases. The M. M. Johnson Furni- ture Co. Rev. Agte was a business caller in town Tuesday. L. Wolfmeyer returned to Orton- ville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Barie spent Sun- day at Dawson. Kathryn Fruetel spent Thanksgiv- ing day with her parents. Clarence Draffehn spent Thursday at his parents home in Odessa. Mrs. Sutherland and son Bobby were passengers to Appleton Friday. Mrs. Lena Barr and Mrs. P. W. Fruetel were 4ppleton callers Satur- day. Mrs. Chas Hudson went to Minne- apolis to visit her sister who is ill there. Mr. Mitchell of Ortonville was a business caller in Correll Thursday af- ternoon. Earl Hartwick of Appleton spent Sunday with the Cordeman family this week. While she is quite feeble new--we hope she may soon im- prove and be spared to us for, many years yet. Mrs. Sahr of Bellingham is visiting at the home of her daughter Mrs. ot- FOSTER [to Guthnecht. |1 Miss Bernice Hudson and Miss @ Berenice Scott were visitors in Or- tonville Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. DeWall and family spent Thanksgiving day at the C. Bottge home. Miss Mabel Allen arrived here Sat- urday after spending a few days vis- iting in Montevideo.  Mrs. O. Winger and children Canada are visiting friends and rela- tives in Correll this week. A sleigh'ride party was given by Lester Frizzel :::rs. An enoy- able afternoon , p, by every no. Mr. and Mrs. Roske and were passengers to Montevid Sugar- day where they visited friends over Sunday. Mr..and Mrs. G. Hardkoph Mrs. Helen Maynard and daughter Glenn, and Mr and Mrs. Mike Luchsinger vnd family spent Thanksgiving with the Carl Hardkoph family at Odessa. i Northwest Almond Mr. Oliver Benson spent the end with Clinton friends. Miss Ann Benson of Beardsley spent her Thanksgiving vacation with Marie Dimberg. Mr. and Mrs. JoB Dimberg enter- Abel Eastman were surprised by a rained Mrs. Jean McCartny, Mattie lrge number of their friends and a Very pleasant evening enjoyed by all. Rev. and Mrs. G. C. Fenske and and Mahlon, and Miss Ann Benson for Thanksgiving dinner. Mr .and Mrs. Swan Erickson enter- tained the Andrew Hanson family and Mrs. Asplund and sons Thanksgivin day. Mahton McCarthy has been in bed the past week with a severe attack of rheumatism. He is under the doctor's care and we hope him a speedy re- covery. Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Anderson en- tertained Mrs. Ella Rothwell, Miss Martha Rothwell, Ella and Orand San- ders, Elmer Anderson and Mrs. Bert Rothwell, and family at Thanksgiving dinner. i i son Wayne, Mr. and Mrs H.P. Tripp and family and Mr. Arth(lr Knox were guests at Thanksgiving dinner at Ray Stegner's home. Mr. and Mrs Jack Morris and family Mr and Mrs. Lee Hunt and son, and Mz: and Mrs. Nick Lenhoff and family partook of a wild goose dinner at Ed. Colwell's home on Thanksgiving day. Lee Bower, Levi and Vtor East- man and Ray Stegner wen@on a rab- bit hunting expedition to Big Stone lake last Tuesday On account of the deep snow they were not very suc- cessful, the total bag being ten cot- entails. On Wednesday evening a school was held at the Golden Prairie the visiting schools being Dr. Simpson here December 6. MICKIE SAYS "A program and basket be held in the Hilo school 30 on Friday evening, December ! Miss Elsie Peterson, teacher The Healthy Eskimo. It Is said that the Eskimo remotest north are the pie you can find anywhere. with white folks has, brought deterioration and tion. The influence of been bad, and may be worse; it even result in the extinction hardy race. Only when they wholly to their own devices Eskimos healthy, and this is remarkable, for their devices and the hardships of their many. You Can't wn Spalinger Standard 0il Agent Clinton Wishes to announce that all his customers maY get their gasoline and kerosene barrels filled at the S. & S. Garage, Clinton. ikr00nouncement III, I IIII Just to inform you that we are ready for ness in the building diagonally across the from the Odd Fellows Building, and will your work our efficient care and attention to your complete satisfaction. We have a complete equipment for vulct retreading and repairing of your tires and ca save you money. Bring your tires to us. If there is any ing to be done let us do it. FREDRICKSON'S Tire Shop Ortonville, Minn. Folks Have Saved Real Money ill I I At Our Store This Week It's been a long time since Hardware and Housefurnish" ing Goods have been marked at such Low Prices as now. Everything marked down. This list contains o00ly a few. * Buy your Chrigtmas Presents now AND SAVI00 Aluminum Ware Kettles, pans, cover- 8 9 C ed sauce pans. Regu- lar prices up to $1.75 W # .. rono o 2 Universal Food Chol- ',,06 Im,atcher Knives ................ .39 eating at the Korner ers ..................... $2.29 *! O-CetiaeMops .......................... ' Kale for our food is Duap Cream Whips ............... 79 ':,13oP,aA?Smps"-: ............ 1: prepared with t h e No..1 Galvanized Tubs ............... 59 India Oil Stoves .................. 23 ' same care day in and Steel Screw Drivers ................... 19 Brass Wash :::::::::::::::::::::::: . day out. Steel Nail Haminers ................. 33 8 Quart Enameled Kettle ........ . Everything Home ...... . Cooked from materi-  <'   ;:i, ,/-  als of the best grade. GUARANTEED GLASS OVEN WARE When in town eat Pie plates 80c, reduced to ...... 63c Bread Pans 60c, reduced to 49c with us. The Korner Kale Custard Cups 15c, reduced to 12c 8 In. Pudding Dishes 95c, reduced to ............................ 77e Cake Plates 60c, reduced to 49c 7 In. Covered Casserole $1.40, reduced to ........................ $1.19 Ortonville Hardware Company Yes Ma'am Tl00e Ortonville Dry Cleaning Co. Quality First Then Service C. A. REINHART, Proprietor Clinton, Minn. itmhm PAGE 4 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4) @[ Miss Lila Holmstead visited at the l CLINTON NEWS |] home of J. L. Erickson last week, t ........ , ...... . @[while on her way from Montevideo to Miss Staff spent Thanksgiving day [ her home in Wheaten. Her sister, vith friends at Ortonville. I Miss Mabel Holmstead, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Courtney Krook visit- her home for the holiday vacation. ed in Barry last Sunday. J Pete Depolder left on Friday for Billy Johnson visited over the week] Morris where he will spend a week end with friends in Hancock. [with his sister after which he goes to Mr E O Krook entertained the[ Onamia to spend the winter with Le- ';h A;'dn Wednesday lander Bailey. They will keep bache- . ........... |lor s hall, m a cottage by the ak , victor Lewis came nome xrom reel Thursda " near town. Graceville hospital on y. . .... li Ladies Aid met with Friends and nmghbors of Mrs. John xne t. ran H. Martin surprised them on Monday Mrs. Abel Steen on Wednesday. night at their home and a pleasant Miss Mary Hickson visited over Sun- day at the F. W. Watkins home. : E. Gongol made a business trip to the cities Saturday o last week. Ben Martinson has been quite sick this week with threatened pneumonia. Gee. Zimmerman came over from Chokio to visit with-friends over Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rasmussen took ddnner Sunday with friends in Grace- ville. Peter Larson and family returned on Wednesday from their trip to the cities. J. C. Bender gave an interesting talk to the high school on Monday forenoon, i A social dance was giren at the home of Leslie Green on Thanksgiv- ing night. Dr. S. W. Giere of Benson visited over Thanksgiving day at the home o$ Dr. Bergan. Mrs. Oscar Bergstrom and baby daughter returned home from the hos- pital on Tuesday. Carl Hmmerberg of Battleson, Montana, is here vsiting his father, Chas I-hmmerberg. Mrs. Byron Crowley and little daughter returned on Monday from their visit in Northfield. Mrs. Martin Asplund gave a delight- ful party to the young folks 8t her home on Friday evening. The Drewin boys drove to Fergus "Falls on Wednesday to visit their brother at the hospital there. Howard Goldsmith left last week to attend the funeral of his mother, who died at her home in Morn, Minn. Mrs. Elias Lyseng visited last week in Ortonville at the home of her daughter Mrs Rasmus Gjengdahl Mrs. Carl Beaty, who was taken sick last week tho somewhat improv- eel, is still under the doctor's care. Annie Rasmussen returned from her visit in Morri on Monday. Ida will remain there for a few days longer. Mrs. R. B. Fall is recovering from her recent operation and is expected home from the hospital the last of the veek. Miss Ruth Hickson has been con- fined to her room a few days with an attack of pleurisy, but is able to be about again. Mrs. Irta Lybarger and Mr. and Mrs Frank Finberg and family visited last Sunday at the Chas. Mathews home in Prior. The reading Circle met on Monday night at the home of Mrs. J. L. Erick- son. The topic for the evening was "Child Welfare." Dr. Lee, the district superintendent, held quarterly conference and preach- ing services atthe M. E. church on Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Frederickson of Ortonville spent Thanksgiving at the home of Mrs. Frederickson's mother, :Mrs. James SchelL Mrs. Kate Sparrow of Ortonville ac- companied Miss Rogoshaska to Clin- ton on Tuesday night and visited the Home Nursing class. Martin Lewis of Glenwood came Sat- rday to visit relatives in town. He is a brother of Joe Lewis, and a neph- ew of Martin Rasmussen. Andrew Twinderen, of Norwood, N. D., who used to make his home around here about 20 years ago, is Visiting friends in this locality. A merry time was had Thanksgiv- ing day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Chase when all the children and grand-children came home to cele- brate. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Finberg and Mr. John Hagaman went to Ortonville on Wednesday to attend the golden wed- ving of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mat- thewu. Friends of J. L. Hasbrouck will be interested to hear that, his family has moved back to Graceville. Mr. Has- brouek is traveling on the road for a tllm company. The dance at the Opera House on Thanksgiving night was quite well at- tended. Forty-six dance tickets were sold. The orchestra from Fargo gave good satisfaction. The C. M. tnd St. P. railroad have a crew of workmen at this station who are repairing and improving the load- ing platform, and changing the loca- tion of the coal sheds. A. D. Sweezy went to Glencoe last week to bring up two auto trucks for Gee. Mowry of Ortonville. He was ac- companied by Mahlon Mowry. They returned on Tuesday with the trucks. Alec Holmer sold hisfarm in Prior township last week to the Clinton State Bank, taking in exchange the house and lot in Ortonville, formerly owned and occupied by Joe Rothwell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Krook enter- ained the following families,,at their beautiful new home, on Thanksgiving Day. C. P. Wennblom's, J. L. Erick- son's, E. O. Krook's, Cotirtaey Krook's and J. E. Palmer's. evening was spent. The occasion was in honor of their wedding anniver- sary. The party wound up with a so- cial dance. The general committee for the M. E. church bazaar met at the home of Mrs. Knutson on Tuesday afternoon and the apron committee met with Mrs. Nor- ton on Tuesday evening. Final ar- rangements were made for the dinner and bazaar on Saturday, December 3, to which all are cordially invited. The thirtieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Larson of North Prior was celebrated on Sat- urdaY evening, November 26, when a number of friends and neighbors ten- dered them a surprise. Progressive cards were played, prizes being award- ed the winners and the losers. Lunch was served at midnight. Johnnie, says for them all to come again. The many friends of Mrs. John Martinson will be sorry to hear that that lady has not been in her usual good health for some time. Mrs. Mar- tinson is 89 years old. She came with her husband to her present farm home in o1877 and has resided there continuously for 44 years. At this home she has celebrated both her gol- den and diamond wedding anniver- saries. She has raised a large family, and in years gone by endeared herself to all around her by her ever-ready willingness to help in times of sick- ness and trouble. Preaching service was held at the Stephney schoolhouse on Thanksgiv- ing evening. Mrs. Ben Stegner Jr., and daughter Jane are spending a few days visiting at O. P. Scholbergs. George Hastings and son Leslie were cutting wood on the Chris Thors- tenson farm this week. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Bower and son Lee were guests at John Htmtsinger's home on Thanksgiving Day. Eastman Byes. have purchased a feed mill of large capacity which they intend to run wRh their tractor. The Stephney Ladies Aid will hold its meeting next Thursday with Mrs. Win,. Bower. All are cordially invited Miss Alice Green Who is a teacher I 1 in the Alberta Consolidated school, via-I ited. with Hazel Hastings over Thatks- I g]wng. Mrs. Ray Stegner returned home Monday after a weeks visit at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Scholberg. lr. and Mrs. A. J. Lawrence and Mr. and irs Elof Hamner and their families ate the Thanksgiving turkey at Arthur Spencer's home On Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. No. 16 ,and No. 31. The tests *given were in reading, arithmetic and spell- ing. Golden Prairie carried off first honors with No. 16 second. Another contest is to be held soon at the Steph- ney school house No. 16. On Wednesday afternoon there was a Thanksgiving program at the Steph- hey schoolhouse. The teacher, .Miss Lois Palmer, and the scholars had spent considerable time in prepara- tion and their work was appreciated by the large audience. The program consisted of songs, recitations, dia- logues and a debate. William Davidson, one of the oldest settlers in Brown's Valley township, I died Wednesday night, death being due to heart failure. Mr. Davidson was living with his brother, Jim Da- vidson, on the deceased's farm, home- steaded by him when he was about 18 years of age. He was a single man, @ @ NOTICE I ODESSA 1 Those who have as yet not enrolled in the American Red Cross for 1922 Our public schools opened Monday are urged to do so by Saturday, De- morning with all in their proper cember 3, 1921. I want to make a places, report of money collected in the vari- Mr. R. R. Bohn and family spen out villages, cities and townships. If Thanksgiving Day with Mr. and Mrs. the solicitors have missed you when K. R Long. they made the drive you can send your Clara Olson came home from Monte- dollar direct to me. Kindly attend to video Wednesday to spend Thanksgiv- this at once as I must make account- ing Day with her parents, ing to the American Red Cross head- Miss Ada Jallo went to Appleton iquarters of money collected in this Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving drive. Important. --JOHN E. PAL- MER, County Chairman, Annual Red with her sister, Mrs. Eliason. Cross Drive. Mr. and Mrs Fay Belknap and son of Big Stone City spent Thanksgiv- Thor Washing machines were sold ing with Mr and Mrs. W. J. Gess. this week by Alvah Matthews to Mrs. August Mueller, Mrs. Bert Babbitt and Mrs. P. B. Vikre and sons of Or-Mrs. Salvisen. tonville arrived Thursday to spend the rest of the week with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Woodard. having never been married, and was Mr. an dlVLrs. Hans Jepsen and two well known in the neighborhood of children and Mr Jens Hedegard left Beardsley. Tuesday morning for Denmark to CORRELL NEWS O- spend Xmas with relatives and friends there. They expect to return in the spring. Mr. John Istina and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Semrau and family, Gertrude and Leonard Zahrbock, and Mr. A. G. Zahrbock and family ate Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Mrs. Emilie Zahrbock. You are entitled t tickets on the Phonograph to be given awayboth on accounts paid and on cash pur- chases. The M. M. Johnson Furni- ture Co. Rev. Agte was a business caller in town Tuesday. L. Wolfmeyer returned to Orton- ville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Barie spent Sun- day at Dawson. Kathryn Fruetel spent Thanksgiv- ing day with her parents. Clarence Draffehn spent Thursday at his parents home in Odessa. Mrs. Sutherland and son Bobby were passengers to Appleton Friday. Mrs. Lena Barr and Mrs. P. W. Fruetel were 4ppleton callers Satur- day. Mrs. Chas Hudson went to Minne- apolis to visit her sister who is ill there. Mr. Mitchell of Ortonville was a business caller in Correll Thursday af- ternoon. Earl Hartwick of Appleton spent Sunday with the Cordeman family this week. While she is quite feeble new--we hope she may soon im- prove and be spared to us for, many years yet. Mrs. Sahr of Bellingham is visiting at the home of her daughter Mrs. ot- FOSTER [to Guthnecht. |1 Miss Bernice Hudson and Miss @ Berenice Scott were visitors in Or- tonville Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. DeWall and family spent Thanksgiving day at the C. Bottge home. Miss Mabel Allen arrived here Sat- urday after spending a few days vis- iting in Montevideo.  Mrs. O. Winger and children Canada are visiting friends and rela- tives in Correll this week. A sleigh'ride party was given by Lester Frizzel :::rs. An enoy- able afternoon , p, by every no. Mr. and Mrs. Roske and were passengers to Montevid Sugar- day where they visited friends over Sunday. Mr..and Mrs. G. Hardkoph Mrs. Helen Maynard and daughter Glenn, and Mr and Mrs. Mike Luchsinger vnd family spent Thanksgiving with the Carl Hardkoph family at Odessa. i Northwest Almond Mr. Oliver Benson spent the end with Clinton friends. Miss Ann Benson of Beardsley spent her Thanksgiving vacation with Marie Dimberg. Mr. and Mrs. JoB Dimberg enter- Abel Eastman were surprised by a rained Mrs. Jean McCartny, Mattie lrge number of their friends and a Very pleasant evening enjoyed by all. Rev. and Mrs. G. C. Fenske and and Mahlon, and Miss Ann Benson for Thanksgiving dinner. Mr .and Mrs. Swan Erickson enter- tained the Andrew Hanson family and Mrs. Asplund and sons Thanksgivin day. Mahton McCarthy has been in bed the past week with a severe attack of rheumatism. He is under the doctor's care and we hope him a speedy re- covery. Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Anderson en- tertained Mrs. Ella Rothwell, Miss Martha Rothwell, Ella and Orand San- ders, Elmer Anderson and Mrs. Bert Rothwell, and family at Thanksgiving dinner. i i son Wayne, Mr. and Mrs H.P. Tripp and family and Mr. Arth(lr Knox were guests at Thanksgiving dinner at Ray Stegner's home. Mr. and Mrs Jack Morris and family Mr and Mrs. Lee Hunt and son, and Mz: and Mrs. Nick Lenhoff and family partook of a wild goose dinner at Ed. Colwell's home on Thanksgiving day. Lee Bower, Levi and Vtor East- man and Ray Stegner wen@on a rab- bit hunting expedition to Big Stone lake last Tuesday On account of the deep snow they were not very suc- cessful, the total bag being ten cot- entails. On Wednesday evening a school was held at the Golden Prairie the visiting schools being Dr. Simpson here December 6. MICKIE SAYS "A program and basket be held in the Hilo school 30 on Friday evening, December ! Miss Elsie Peterson, teacher The Healthy Eskimo. It Is said that the Eskimo remotest north are the pie you can find anywhere. with white folks has, brought deterioration and tion. The influence of been bad, and may be worse; it even result in the extinction hardy race. Only when they wholly to their own devices Eskimos healthy, and this is remarkable, for their devices and the hardships of their many. You Can't wn Spalinger Standard 0il Agent Clinton Wishes to announce that all his customers maY get their gasoline and kerosene barrels filled at the S. & S. Garage, Clinton. ikr00nouncement III, I IIII Just to inform you that we are ready for ness in the building diagonally across the from the Odd Fellows Building, and will your work our efficient care and attention to your complete satisfaction. We have a complete equipment for vulct retreading and repairing of your tires and ca save you money. Bring your tires to us. If there is any ing to be done let us do it. FREDRICKSON'S Tire Shop Ortonville, Minn. Folks Have Saved Real Money ill I I At Our Store This Week It's been a long time since Hardware and Housefurnish" ing Goods have been marked at such Low Prices as now. Everything marked down. This list contains o00ly a few. * Buy your Chrigtmas Presents now AND SAVI00 Aluminum Ware Kettles, pans, cover- 8 9 C ed sauce pans. Regu- lar prices up to $1.75 W # .. rono o 2 Universal Food Chol- ',,06 Im,atcher Knives ................ .39 eating at the Korner ers ..................... $2.29 *! O-CetiaeMops .......................... ' Kale for our food is Duap Cream Whips ............... 79 ':,13oP,aA?Smps"-: ............ 1: prepared with t h e No..1 Galvanized Tubs ............... 59 India Oil Stoves .................. 23 ' same care day in and Steel Screw Drivers ................... 19 Brass Wash :::::::::::::::::::::::: . day out. Steel Nail Haminers ................. 33 8 Quart Enameled Kettle ........ . Everything Home ...... . Cooked from materi-  <'   ;:i, ,/-  als of the best grade. GUARANTEED GLASS OVEN WARE When in town eat Pie plates 80c, reduced to ...... 63c Bread Pans 60c, reduced to 49c with us. The Korner Kale Custard Cups 15c, reduced to 12c 8 In. Pudding Dishes 95c, reduced to ............................ 77e Cake Plates 60c, reduced to 49c 7 In. Covered Casserole $1.40, reduced to ........................ $1.19 Ortonville Hardware Company Yes Ma'am Tl00e Ortonville Dry Cleaning Co. Quality First Then Service C. A. REINHART, Proprietor Clinton, Minn. itmhm PAGE 4 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, DECEMBER No. 16 and No. 31, The tests giver CLINTON NEWS ith friends at Ortonville. Mr. and Mrs Courtly Krook vili i in Barry last Sunday. Billy Johnson visRed over the wee end w th friends in llanek M. E  Krook entertEdned thel Swedish Aid oh Wednesday. Victor Lewis came home from the Gmeeville hospital on Thursday. The St. pauli Ladies Aid met with Mrs Abel Stem on Wedsday. Miss Mary Hiekson visited over Sun- day at the F. W. Watkins hom . E. Gongol made a business tp to the cities Saturday of last wk. Ben Martinsen kas been quite sick tbls week with threate,,ed pneumonia. Gee. Zirmneman same ever from kio to "Asit with friends over Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. peter lsmusa task ddvner Sunday with friends in rills. Peter Lateen d family romped Wednesday frets their trip to cities. taiJ C. ]ender gave an to tee Idgh school on forenoon. A social dance w giren at me of Leslie Green an Thanksgiv- ing night. Dr. S. W. Giere of Benson visited ov Thksglvg day at the home Dr. Bergan. M. Osc Bergstram and baby daughter returned ho from the hos- gital ou Tuewday. Carl Hmmerberg of Battleson, Mohtans, is here visitlng his fatherj Chas emmerberg. Mrs. Byron Crley d Utile daughter retued on Monday fm their isit in Narthfield. Mrs. Martn Asplund gave a delight. u[ party to the young folks  hez ho on Friday evening. The Dwin hays dve to Fergu "Fails on Wednesday to visit thelr brother at the hospital the. Howard Gatdsmlth left last week to attend the funeral of his mother, who died at her home in nora, Minn. Mrs. Ei Lying visited last week in Ortenvlle at the home of he daughter Mrs Rmus Gjengdahl M. Carl Booty, who was taken el, is still under the doctor's ca. Annie Rasmn etumed from her visit in Morriq on Monday. Ida will ain them for a few days longer. Mrs. R. B. Fall is recovering from her rnt operation and is expected home from the hospital the last of the Miss Ruth Hkksen has been eon- fined to her room a f days with attack of pleurisy, but is about again. Mrs. Irta Lybarger and Mr. d Mrs Frank Finberg and family vlsted last Sunday at the Chaa. Mathews heine in prier. The marling Circle met on Monday night at the home of Mrs. J. L. Erlek. n. The "Child Welf" Dr. Lee, the district superiatendent, held quarterly .eonferenee d preach- lag cez at.the M, E. dmreh oa Wednday vlght. Mr. ad M. Carl Frederickson of Ortonvtle spent Thanksgiving at the home of Mr Frerleksou's mother, nr James Sehell. M. Kate Sparrow of Ortonvitle - ompanie4 Miss Rogoshaska to Clln ton oa Tsday night and imited Home Nursing I. Mai Levis ef Olewi sine Sat- urday to visit relatives in town. He Is a bther of Joe Lena, and a neph- ew of Mtin Rasmusse k Adrew Twinde, of Noogd. N. D., who used to rnke his home aund dsiting ing day Win. Cha when all the children and grand-children same home to brute. Mr. and Mr F. P Fiaberg and Mr. Wednesday to attend the golden wed- vlng of Ir. avd Mrs* W. H. thewm. Frend of J. L. Hasbk witt be interested to hear that.lns fatuity has moved back to Greviile. lIm mpany. The dee at the Opera Thanksgiving night was qdte wetl at* tended. Fort-six dance tiekets re Id. good tisftion. ew of werkm at t a pvSring d improvlag the load lag platfom, ,l changing the I tlon of the coal shale. A. D. Sweezy went eek to bring up two Gee. Mowry of 0rtenyille. mpied by Mahlnn Mewry. They returned on Tuesday ith the trucks. Al Holmer sold bJ-la in Prior toship lt week to the State Bank, taking in exchange the eu d lot in Ortonville, foerly wned and ocugied by Joe Rothwell an fiy. Mr. d Mrs. HaId Krk enter- ained the fllowing famies,.at their beautiful new home, on Thtmkagivlng Dy. C. P. Wennbom's, son's, E. O. Krok's, Curtny Krook's aad J J. I Erickson last week tot w f from Montevideo t her horns in Wheaten. Her sister Kiss Mabel Holmstead, accompanist holiday vaeaem Pete Depnlder left on Friday gel spend a ith his ster after whh he goes to 0mLa to spead the winter with Le-i nder Barley. They wltl kp bhe- os hall, in a cottage by the lake, H. Martin surprised them on Monday night at their home and a pleasant was spet. in honer of their wedding sary. The party und up with a dance. apron eomc ten on Tsday evemng. Fill ar- made for the dinner y, December 3, to which all a rdia]ly invited. The thirtieth wedding aiversary of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Larsen of North prior was lebrated on Sat- urday evening, November 6, when a dered them a surprisa progressive oards were played, prizes being award at midalghk Johnnie, The many fiends of Mrs. John Martinson will be sorry to hear that that lady good health for some time. tlnson is 89 years old. She came vth her hband to her present fan home in.1877 and h sided the continuously for 44 ears. tlds gol- den and diamond wedcg aunlver- sarles* She has rmd a large family, and i yea goe by aund her b willingness to help in thues of Ine and trouble. While she is qult y soon ira- prove ad be spd year yeL I Pacbi FOSTER Stephney sehlhouse on Thanksglv ins evenln'. Mrs. Ben Stegner fir,, and daughteri franc are spending a few days visiting Scheberga. George Hasng and son we cutting Mr. Lee were guests at John Huntsinger's hems on Thanksgiving Day. Etman Bs. have purchased a feed mill of lar r[e e capacity which they intend to n wlh their triter. The Stephne) its mting next Thursday with M Bower. All am rdially invited Miss Alice Grin in the Alberta Conlidated schl,vis- rs aver Thanks- Mrs. Ray Stegner returd home Monday after a wks visit at the P. Scholber g. lr. ansi Mr A. Mr. and s Elo families ate the Thanksgiving turkey at Arthur Spencer's home On Saturday eyeing 3r. and Mrs, !rge nmber of their friends d very pleasant eveniag evjoyed by all, RoY. and Mr G. C. Fenske d n Wayne, Mr. d Mrs H.P. Trlpp and fondly and Mr, Arthur Knox we guests at Thallkgving dLaner at Ray Stegner'a home. Mr. and Mrs Jk Morris and family Mrs. Lee Hunt and n, and enhoff d family partook of a wild g dinner at EL Colwell's home on Thanksgiving day. Lee ower, Levi and Vttor East- man and Ray Stegner nl#on a rab- bit hunting expedition to Big Stone lake last Tuesday. deep ow they were not very suc- ssful, the total bag being ten cot- On Wednesday evening a contest was held at the Golden Prairie schoolhouse, the visiting sshls being Yes Ma'am The OrtonviUe Dry Cleaning C0. Quality First-- Then Service pell. ing. Oold Frrie carried onors with No. 16 send. On Wedlteday Thanksgiving program at the Steph. hey hoolhouse. The teacher, Lois Palmer, and the scholars had; pent consldeble tme in prepara- tion and their work was appreciated by the large audience. The program consisted of songs, rectaons, Iogues and a debate. Valley township, died Wednesday night, death being due to heart failure, Mr, was living with his brother, vidson, on the deceased's fa, home- steaded b y of age. He was a singie m, having never bn married, welt kae in the neighborhood ef BealIsley. I CORRELL NEWS ] RoY. Agte was a business caller in town Tuesday. L. Wolfmeyer turned to Saturday Mr. and M. Chas Barie spent Sun- day at Dawn. Kathryn Fruetel spent Thanksgiv- ing day with her pnts. Clarence Draffehn spent Thursday at his paints home in Odess Mrs. Sutherland and son Bobby msngers to Appleton Friday. Mrs. Lena Ba and Mrs. P. day. Mrs. Chas Hudson went to apulia to visit her sister who is ill Mr. Mitchell of Ortenville was n terocn. Earl Hartvek of Appleton Sunday with the Cordeman t the home of her 0aughter Mrs. 0. Guthnecht. Miss Beiee Itudson and Mis visitors in Or. tonvilte Friday. Mr. and M. H. H. DeWall rily spent Thanksgiving day at the I . Bottge hems. I Miss Mabel AIlen arrived he Sat- urday after spending a few days vis- iting in Montevideo. Mrs. O. A seih'rlde party was gin by Thursday. An e oy- pent by ee. Mr. day where they visited Sunday. Mr. and M. G. Hardkoph Mrs Helen Maynard and daughter Glenn. and Mr and Mrs. end family spet Thanksgiving with Northwest Almond ]. Mr, Oliver Benton spent the week- with Clinton friends. Miss Ann Benson of Beardsley spent her Thanksgiving Dimberg. Mr. and Mrs. fins Diberg enter Mrs. Jean McCartny, MoLlie and Mah]on, d M s Thanksgiving dinner. Mr .d M. and we hope hhn a speedy Mr. retrained Mrs. Ella lothwell, Miss Mar tha Rothwell, Ella and Ond S- ders, Rothwell, and family at Thanksgiving You Can't Go Wrong eating at the Korner Kale for our food is prepared with the same care day in and day out. Evethng Home Cooked from materi- ah of the best grade. When in town eat with us. The Korner Kafe C. A. RE1NHART, Proprietor Clinton, Minn. NOTICE "A ODESSA Tose ho ae 80 on Friday evening, De.tuber public schoo}s operd a urged to do so by Saturday, De. , teaehe r eing with aH in their 3, 1921. I want to make places. port of money eollted in the earl. The bltatth Imklm Mr. R. R. Bohn o,t illages, cities and bwnsip, I thanksgiving Da he lieiors have missed you whet It I tepid that the Esktn@ emote t nott are I  hea K. R Long. heymadethedrlveyeucansen4yol i le yon can lad at her Jo]] dit to me. Kindly attend t y to spend Thanksgiv-;his at once as I must make white folP hal, ing Day th her paints, ing Miss Ado Jal]o went to Appleton q uarters of money collected in this ty be wee; I WInesday to spend Thksglvig irlve- Important. OHN . pAL-; MER, County Chairman, Annum ith her sister, Mrs. Elian. OUly when they wholly to their o Mr. and Mrs Fay Belknap and son of Big Stone City spent Thanksgiv- Thor Washing machines we id ths I ing with Mr and Mr W. J. Ces. t}i week by Alvah Matthews to Mrs. their devle St of their Mrs. P. B. Vikre and ns of Or August Mueller, with E. L. Weeded. Mr. an dM Hang Jepsen and two and Mr Jens Hedegard left Tesday morning for Denmark to spend Xmas with relatives and friends there. They epect to tum in ths rinl Mr. John Itina d family, Mr. Semrau and family, aad Leonard Zahrbock, and G. Zahrbk and family Thaaksgivlng dinner at the Yeu are entitled t tlek on Phonograph to be given away--both on accounts paid and on ch put- s The M. M. Johnson Fumi- Co. Dr. Simpson he December 6. MICKIE SAY t.@ t/v ttY4t"  ALk wm. Spalinger Standard Oil Agent Clinton Wishes to announce that all get their gasoline and kerosene barrels filled at : the S. & S. Garage, Clinton. Announcement i Just to inform you that we are read hess in the building diagonally from the Odd Fellows Building, and will your work our efficient care and attention to ', your complete satisfaction. We have a complete equipment for vulcanizing, i retreading and repairing of y save you money. Bring your tires to us. If there is any worrY" ins to be done let us do it. FREDRICK00 Tire Shop Ortonville, Minn. Folks Have Saved Real Money_ At Our Store This Week It's been a long time since Hardware and Housefurnish" ing Goods have been marked at such Low Prices as now. Everything marked down. - This list contains oly a few. Buy your ChriStmas Presents now AND SAVI Combination Pliers Aluminum Ware Six inch size, nlckle g Kettles, pans, cover- 't g__ lfinish, slip joints, l.', edsaueepans. Regu-O C I Reg. Price 30c ............ -- far prices up to $1.75 NO. 2 Universal Food Chop- ,L6 In.:Btttcher Knives ................ uers $2 29 ' 'O-Cet' Mops ..... " -'-= ........... := ................... .. ,2/f;:p&u'fid Axes ...................... umap ream wraps ...............  1() t(, 60 watt Lamps_.:_ ............. No..1 Galvanized Tubs ............... 59 India Oil Stoves ........................ Steel Screw Drivers ................... 19 Brass Wash Boards ................ . Steel Nail Hamtners ................. 33 8 Quart Enameled Kettle ........ . GUARANTEED GLASS OVEN WARE Pie plates 80% reduced to...... 63c Bread Pans 60c, reduced to 49 Cake Plates 60c, reduced to 49c Custard Cups 15c, reduced to 12c 7 In. Covered Casserole $1.40, 8 In. Pudding Dishes 95% reduced to ........................ $1.19 reduced to ............................ 77 Ortonville Hardware Company PAGE 4 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4) @[ Miss Lila Holmstead visited at the l CLINTON NEWS |] home of J. L. Erickson last week, t ........ , ...... . @[while on her way from Montevideo to Miss Staff spent Thanksgiving day [ her home in Wheaten. Her sister, vith friends at Ortonville. I Miss Mabel Holmstead, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Courtney Krook visit- her home for the holiday vacation. ed in Barry last Sunday. J Pete Depolder left on Friday for Billy Johnson visited over the week] Morris where he will spend a week end with friends in Hancock. [with his sister after which he goes to Mr E O Krook entertained the[ Onamia to spend the winter with Le- ';h A;'dn Wednesday lander Bailey. They will keep bache- . ........... |lor s hall, m a cottage by the ak , victor Lewis came nome xrom reel Thursda " near town. Graceville hospital on y. . .... li Ladies Aid met with Friends and nmghbors of Mrs. John xne t. ran H. Martin surprised them on Monday Mrs. Abel Steen on Wednesday. night at their home and a pleasant Miss Mary Hickson visited over Sun- day at the F. W. Watkins home. : E. Gongol made a business trip to the cities Saturday o last week. Ben Martinson has been quite sick this week with threatened pneumonia. Gee. Zimmerman came over from Chokio to visit with-friends over Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rasmussen took ddnner Sunday with friends in Grace- ville. Peter Larson and family returned on Wednesday from their trip to the cities. J. C. Bender gave an interesting talk to the high school on Monday forenoon, i A social dance was giren at the home of Leslie Green on Thanksgiv- ing night. Dr. S. W. Giere of Benson visited over Thanksgiving day at the home o$ Dr. Bergan. Mrs. Oscar Bergstrom and baby daughter returned home from the hos- pital on Tuesday. Carl Hmmerberg of Battleson, Montana, is here vsiting his father, Chas I-hmmerberg. Mrs. Byron Crowley and little daughter returned on Monday from their visit in Northfield. Mrs. Martin Asplund gave a delight- ful party to the young folks 8t her home on Friday evening. The Drewin boys drove to Fergus "Falls on Wednesday to visit their brother at the hospital there. Howard Goldsmith left last week to attend the funeral of his mother, who died at her home in Morn, Minn. Mrs. Elias Lyseng visited last week in Ortonville at the home of her daughter Mrs Rasmus Gjengdahl Mrs. Carl Beaty, who was taken sick last week tho somewhat improv- eel, is still under the doctor's care. Annie Rasmussen returned from her visit in Morri on Monday. Ida will remain there for a few days longer. Mrs. R. B. Fall is recovering from her recent operation and is expected home from the hospital the last of the veek. Miss Ruth Hickson has been con- fined to her room a few days with an attack of pleurisy, but is able to be about again. Mrs. Irta Lybarger and Mr. and Mrs Frank Finberg and family visited last Sunday at the Chas. Mathews home in Prior. The reading Circle met on Monday night at the home of Mrs. J. L. Erick- son. The topic for the evening was "Child Welfare." Dr. Lee, the district superintendent, held quarterly conference and preach- ing services atthe M. E. church on Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Frederickson of Ortonville spent Thanksgiving at the home of Mrs. Frederickson's mother, :Mrs. James SchelL Mrs. Kate Sparrow of Ortonville ac- companied Miss Rogoshaska to Clin- ton on Tuesday night and visited the Home Nursing class. Martin Lewis of Glenwood came Sat- rday to visit relatives in town. He is a brother of Joe Lewis, and a neph- ew of Martin Rasmussen. Andrew Twinderen, of Norwood, N. D., who used to make his home around here about 20 years ago, is Visiting friends in this locality. A merry time was had Thanksgiv- ing day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Chase when all the children and grand-children came home to cele- brate. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Finberg and Mr. John Hagaman went to Ortonville on Wednesday to attend the golden wed- ving of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mat- thewu. Friends of J. L. Hasbrouck will be interested to hear that, his family has moved back to Graceville. Mr. Has- brouek is traveling on the road for a tllm company. The dance at the Opera House on Thanksgiving night was quite well at- tended. Forty-six dance tickets were sold. The orchestra from Fargo gave good satisfaction. The C. M. tnd St. P. railroad have a crew of workmen at this station who are repairing and improving the load- ing platform, and changing the loca- tion of the coal sheds. A. D. Sweezy went to Glencoe last week to bring up two auto trucks for Gee. Mowry of Ortonville. He was ac- companied by Mahlon Mowry. They returned on Tuesday with the trucks. Alec Holmer sold hisfarm in Prior township last week to the Clinton State Bank, taking in exchange the house and lot in Ortonville, formerly owned and occupied by Joe Rothwell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Krook enter- ained the following families,,at their beautiful new home, on Thanksgiving Day. C. P. Wennblom's, J. L. Erick- son's, E. O. Krook's, Cotirtaey Krook's and J. E. Palmer's. evening was spent. The occasion was in honor of their wedding anniver- sary. The party wound up with a so- cial dance. The general committee for the M. E. church bazaar met at the home of Mrs. Knutson on Tuesday afternoon and the apron committee met with Mrs. Nor- ton on Tuesday evening. Final ar- rangements were made for the dinner and bazaar on Saturday, December 3, to which all are cordially invited. The thirtieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Larson of North Prior was celebrated on Sat- urdaY evening, November 26, when a number of friends and neighbors ten- dered them a surprise. Progressive cards were played, prizes being award- ed the winners and the losers. Lunch was served at midnight. Johnnie, says for them all to come again. The many friends of Mrs. John Martinson will be sorry to hear that that lady has not been in her usual good health for some time. Mrs. Mar- tinson is 89 years old. She came with her husband to her present farm home in o1877 and has resided there continuously for 44 years. At this home she has celebrated both her gol- den and diamond wedding anniver- saries. She has raised a large family, and in years gone by endeared herself to all around her by her ever-ready willingness to help in times of sick- ness and trouble. Preaching service was held at the Stephney schoolhouse on Thanksgiv- ing evening. Mrs. Ben Stegner Jr., and daughter Jane are spending a few days visiting at O. P. Scholbergs. George Hastings and son Leslie were cutting wood on the Chris Thors- tenson farm this week. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Bower and son Lee were guests at John Htmtsinger's home on Thanksgiving Day. Eastman Byes. have purchased a feed mill of large capacity which they intend to run wRh their tractor. The Stephney Ladies Aid will hold its meeting next Thursday with Mrs. Win,. Bower. All are cordially invited Miss Alice Green Who is a teacher I 1 in the Alberta Consolidated school, via-I ited. with Hazel Hastings over Thatks- I g]wng. Mrs. Ray Stegner returned home Monday after a weeks visit at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Scholberg. lr. and Mrs. A. J. Lawrence and Mr. and irs Elof Hamner and their families ate the Thanksgiving turkey at Arthur Spencer's home On Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. No. 16 ,and No. 31. The tests *given were in reading, arithmetic and spell- ing. Golden Prairie carried off first honors with No. 16 second. Another contest is to be held soon at the Steph- ney school house No. 16. On Wednesday afternoon there was a Thanksgiving program at the Steph- hey schoolhouse. The teacher, .Miss Lois Palmer, and the scholars had spent considerable time in prepara- tion and their work was appreciated by the large audience. The program consisted of songs, recitations, dia- logues and a debate. William Davidson, one of the oldest settlers in Brown's Valley township, I died Wednesday night, death being due to heart failure. Mr. Davidson was living with his brother, Jim Da- vidson, on the deceased's farm, home- steaded by him when he was about 18 years of age. He was a single man, @ @ NOTICE I ODESSA 1 Those who have as yet not enrolled in the American Red Cross for 1922 Our public schools opened Monday are urged to do so by Saturday, De- morning with all in their proper cember 3, 1921. I want to make a places, report of money collected in the vari- Mr. R. R. Bohn and family spen out villages, cities and townships. If Thanksgiving Day with Mr. and Mrs. the solicitors have missed you when K. R Long. they made the drive you can send your Clara Olson came home from Monte- dollar direct to me. Kindly attend to video Wednesday to spend Thanksgiv- this at once as I must make account- ing Day with her parents, ing to the American Red Cross head- Miss Ada Jallo went to Appleton iquarters of money collected in this Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving drive. Important. --JOHN E. PAL- MER, County Chairman, Annual Red with her sister, Mrs. Eliason. Cross Drive. Mr. and Mrs Fay Belknap and son of Big Stone City spent Thanksgiv- Thor Washing machines were sold ing with Mr and Mrs. W. J. Gess. this week by Alvah Matthews to Mrs. August Mueller, Mrs. Bert Babbitt and Mrs. P. B. Vikre and sons of Or-Mrs. Salvisen. tonville arrived Thursday to spend the rest of the week with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Woodard. having never been married, and was Mr. an dlVLrs. Hans Jepsen and two well known in the neighborhood of children and Mr Jens Hedegard left Beardsley. Tuesday morning for Denmark to CORRELL NEWS O- spend Xmas with relatives and friends there. They expect to return in the spring. Mr. John Istina and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Semrau and family, Gertrude and Leonard Zahrbock, and Mr. A. G. Zahrbock and family ate Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Mrs. Emilie Zahrbock. You are entitled t tickets on the Phonograph to be given awayboth on accounts paid and on cash pur- chases. The M. M. Johnson Furni- ture Co. Rev. Agte was a business caller in town Tuesday. L. Wolfmeyer returned to Orton- ville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Barie spent Sun- day at Dawson. Kathryn Fruetel spent Thanksgiv- ing day with her parents. Clarence Draffehn spent Thursday at his parents home in Odessa. Mrs. Sutherland and son Bobby were passengers to Appleton Friday. Mrs. Lena Barr and Mrs. P. W. Fruetel were 4ppleton callers Satur- day. Mrs. Chas Hudson went to Minne- apolis to visit her sister who is ill there. Mr. Mitchell of Ortonville was a business caller in Correll Thursday af- ternoon. Earl Hartwick of Appleton spent Sunday with the Cordeman family this week. While she is quite feeble new--we hope she may soon im- prove and be spared to us for, many years yet. Mrs. Sahr of Bellingham is visiting at the home of her daughter Mrs. ot- FOSTER [to Guthnecht. |1 Miss Bernice Hudson and Miss @ Berenice Scott were visitors in Or- tonville Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. DeWall and family spent Thanksgiving day at the C. Bottge home. Miss Mabel Allen arrived here Sat- urday after spending a few days vis- iting in Montevideo.  Mrs. O. Winger and children Canada are visiting friends and rela- tives in Correll this week. A sleigh'ride party was given by Lester Frizzel :::rs. An enoy- able afternoon , p, by every no. Mr. and Mrs. Roske and were passengers to Montevid Sugar- day where they visited friends over Sunday. Mr..and Mrs. G. Hardkoph Mrs. Helen Maynard and daughter Glenn, and Mr and Mrs. Mike Luchsinger vnd family spent Thanksgiving with the Carl Hardkoph family at Odessa. i Northwest Almond Mr. Oliver Benson spent the end with Clinton friends. Miss Ann Benson of Beardsley spent her Thanksgiving vacation with Marie Dimberg. Mr. and Mrs. JoB Dimberg enter- Abel Eastman were surprised by a rained Mrs. Jean McCartny, Mattie lrge number of their friends and a Very pleasant evening enjoyed by all. Rev. and Mrs. G. C. Fenske and and Mahlon, and Miss Ann Benson for Thanksgiving dinner. Mr .and Mrs. Swan Erickson enter- tained the Andrew Hanson family and Mrs. Asplund and sons Thanksgivin day. Mahton McCarthy has been in bed the past week with a severe attack of rheumatism. He is under the doctor's care and we hope him a speedy re- covery. Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Anderson en- tertained Mrs. Ella Rothwell, Miss Martha Rothwell, Ella and Orand San- ders, Elmer Anderson and Mrs. Bert Rothwell, and family at Thanksgiving dinner. i i son Wayne, Mr. and Mrs H.P. Tripp and family and Mr. Arth(lr Knox were guests at Thanksgiving dinner at Ray Stegner's home. Mr. and Mrs Jack Morris and family Mr and Mrs. Lee Hunt and son, and Mz: and Mrs. Nick Lenhoff and family partook of a wild goose dinner at Ed. Colwell's home on Thanksgiving day. Lee Bower, Levi and Vtor East- man and Ray Stegner wen@on a rab- bit hunting expedition to Big Stone lake last Tuesday On account of the deep snow they were not very suc- cessful, the total bag being ten cot- entails. On Wednesday evening a school was held at the Golden Prairie the visiting schools being Dr. Simpson here December 6. MICKIE SAYS "A program and basket be held in the Hilo school 30 on Friday evening, December ! Miss Elsie Peterson, teacher The Healthy Eskimo. It Is said that the Eskimo remotest north are the pie you can find anywhere. with white folks has, brought deterioration and tion. The influence of been bad, and may be worse; it even result in the extinction hardy race. Only when they wholly to their own devices Eskimos healthy, and this is remarkable, for their devices and the hardships of their many. You Can't wn Spalinger Standard 0il Agent Clinton Wishes to announce that all his customers maY get their gasoline and kerosene barrels filled at the S. & S. Garage, Clinton. ikr00nouncement III, I IIII Just to inform you that we are ready for ness in the building diagonally across the from the Odd Fellows Building, and will your work our efficient care and attention to your complete satisfaction. We have a complete equipment for vulct retreading and repairing of your tires and ca save you money. Bring your tires to us. If there is any ing to be done let us do it. FREDRICKSON'S Tire Shop Ortonville, Minn. Folks Have Saved Real Money ill I I At Our Store This Week It's been a long time since Hardware and Housefurnish" ing Goods have been marked at such Low Prices as now. Everything marked down. This list contains o00ly a few. * Buy your Chrigtmas Presents now AND SAVI00 Aluminum Ware Kettles, pans, cover- 8 9 C ed sauce pans. Regu- lar prices up to $1.75 W # .. rono o 2 Universal Food Chol- ',,06 Im,atcher Knives ................ .39 eating at the Korner ers ..................... $2.29 *! O-CetiaeMops .......................... ' Kale for our food is Duap Cream Whips ............... 79 ':,13oP,aA?Smps"-: ............ 1: prepared with t h e No..1 Galvanized Tubs ............... 59 India Oil Stoves .................. 23 ' same care day in and Steel Screw Drivers ................... 19 Brass Wash :::::::::::::::::::::::: . day out. Steel Nail Haminers ................. 33 8 Quart Enameled Kettle ........ . Everything Home ...... . Cooked from materi-  <'   ;:i, ,/-  als of the best grade. GUARANTEED GLASS OVEN WARE When in town eat Pie plates 80c, reduced to ...... 63c Bread Pans 60c, reduced to 49c with us. The Korner Kale Custard Cups 15c, reduced to 12c 8 In. Pudding Dishes 95c, reduced to ............................ 77e Cake Plates 60c, reduced to 49c 7 In. Covered Casserole $1.40, reduced to ........................ $1.19 Ortonville Hardware Company Yes Ma'am Tl00e Ortonville Dry Cleaning Co. Quality First Then Service C. A. REINHART, Proprietor Clinton, Minn. itmhm