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THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGI[ 8 DECEMBER 1, 1921 ONAL, SOCIAL *l AND NEWS ITEMS ] e Blocker of Correll was in Psom was down from township Saturday. ! :hultz of Minneapolis was in business Saturday. Luchsinger and daughter of were here Wednesday. Geier and John Kaercher drove Tuesday on business. Schwandt of the Odessa gar- business here Monday. Moberg of Clinton was down Y afternoon for a few hours. May Eggermayer of Twin S. D., was a shopper here Fri- . Ewing, attorney, of Madison, hqere Monday evening on busi 1 Reiger and Ernest Mateer of in town Friday for a few Mabel Kaercher went to St. erday for a week&apos;s visit with ,1. Althoff, merchant of Johnson, the out-of-town visitors Petrick and children sis- at Appleton Saturday Frost who is teaching at her Thanksgiving Katherine Sparrw accmpanied Rogashaska to Clinton of Minneapolis is vis- home of his son, John, of town. yrtle Geier was a guest of L. Knight at Sisseton, S. D., Week-end. Babcock of Sisseton at- legal tmatters here the first of the week. 'Clark is at Canby this week to business matters and sis- and friends. Geier, who is teaching music at Sioux Falls, S. on her vacation last Mrs. Myron Chamberlain were guests of Mr. and L. Chamberlain on Thanks- Mrs. J. E. Johnson of Coro- at the home of parents, Mr. and Mrs. proved up on his in Saskatchewan, Canada, to his home near Cor- a week go. LUther League @ill hold it's ,meeting at the home of C. A. Zwiener Tuesday 13. J. DeWall and Fred Cooper stopped off for a few hours on their return from Mr. farm near Clinton. Mrs. Phillip Miller and mother, Mrs. N. J. VanInwegian arrived at San Pe- dro, California last week. Mrs. Van Inwegian has been in poor health late- ly and was reluctant to make the trip in her weakened condition. C. N. Tilden and W. F. Engdahl spent the week-end as the guest of Mr. Tilden's brother and family at Fargo, N. D. The former was sum- moned to his home at Flint, Mich., Monday, on account of the serious ill- ness of his father. Miss Myrtle Geier was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower given by Mrs Lester Comero and Mrs. Ed. Nelson at the Paul Trapp home at Big Stone City Friday evening, at which there were twenty guests present. Dainty refreslments were served. A chicken pie supper will be served by the Ladies of the M. E. church on Friday, December 9 in the church par- lors. There will also be a sale of use- ful and fancy articles beginning at 3.00.tm. Serving supper will begin at ff$'clock.,-,ll are most cordially invited. " R. C. Schoen left for St. Paul Sat- urday to bid on some gravelling con- tracts which were let that day by the State Highway Department. Mrs. Schoen and family left Monday for] Minneapolis where they will remain for a couple of weeks with apartments in the Cm-tis Hotel. The Woman's Home Missionary So-] ciety of the M. E. church are making] a collection of old and new clothing and canned fruit for a box, to be ready for. shipment December 13. All dona- tions gladly accepted. Mrs. Gust Or-! ton and Mrs. Mary Johnson have charge of the packing. Mrs. Florence Manley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William F.erris, arrived Saturday to attend the Golden wed- ding of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Matthews and to visit at the home of her paernts for an indefi- nite period. The Manleys are living about six miles from Winipeg, Can- ada. Mrs. Bertha Davis, who closed the Orton Hotel here a short time ago, and who has been visiting friends in Minneapolis since that time, returned to Ortonville Tuesday hight to attend the Matthews golden wedding cele- bration. After spending a few days here, Mrs. Davis will return to Minne- apolis for a month or two. The fourteenth annual sale of Christmas seals in,he state of Minne- sota is now in progress and Sunday, December 4 has been set aside as Tu- berculosis Sunday. State records show a decrease in death rate from this dread disease due to educational and curative measures taken thru the aid of the sale of Christmas seals each year and otherwise. Remember the date and buy as many seals as you can afford to, and then a few more. @ @ ! WEDDINGS I Moe-Gowan. On Saturday, Nov. 26, Miss Margar- et Ellen Gowan,, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Gowan of this city, became Ladies' Aid will the bride of Mr. John Robert Moo Friday afternoon, Decem-"on of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Moo of at the home of Mrs. Hayden Moorhead, Minn. The service was All cordially invited, read at ten-thirty o'clock by the Rev. Mrs. J. P. Buscher of Rock Fr. John Sullivan at St. John's Catho- are guests at the John lic church. Saturday was also the The Buschers came to thirty-third wedding anniversary of Moe-Gowan wedding, the bride's parents. Before the ceremony Miss Helen Karn was a guest at the Michell sang "At Dawning," by Cad- daughter Mrs. H. L. man, and during the Mass Miss Mary Thanksgiving Day Shumaker sang an "Ave Maria." The over the "Bridal Chorus," from Lohengrin was Science played by Mrs. B. R. Karn as the pro- their next regular meeting cessional, and Mendelssohn's wedding it E. Geier home as the guest march as the recessional. azel Geier on Thursday of Miss Elizabeth Gowan was her sis- tot's maid of honor. She was gowned t3arton of Foster was a caller in orchid taffeta and wore a black lace He is planning to leave hat. She carried a bouquet of Ward Calif., for the win- i roses. Little Margaret E. Gowan, niece has been there for of the bride, was the flower girl, and wore a frock of ruffled net over pale and family of Stillwater pink taffeta, and carried a basket of the Fred Kriesel home from pink asters and baby breath. u n t i I Saturday o f Mr. Frederick Warner of Fargo, N. The former is a brother of D., was the groom's best man. Mr. Raymond Gowan, brother of the bride, and Mr. Vincent Strong acted as ush- Lutheran Ladies Aid ers. at the home of Mrs. Fred The bridal dress was of Duchess aturday afternoon of this satin and silk lace. Her tulle veil 3. A cordial invita- was arranged in cap effect, and she carried a shower bouquet of bride's who spent their roses and narcissus. vacation in town on- Following the ceremony a wedding o'clock dinner at the Do- breakfast was served at the bride's rooms in the high home to thirty-six guests. Ferns, evening, white and pink roses were used thru- State Bank whichwas out ,tli!iivlng looms. 'SOmetime will open its doors Mfl M$. Me departed for a to report. Several shof.wel, din trip. They will be at of Appleton have helped home, dnthr Teturn in Fargo, N. D. institution. Outof-tdd !guests included the par- Irs. A. W. McLane had as ents of the groom and their so, Allen, on Thanksgiving day the Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Busher, Rock Rap- L, D. Weeding of ids, Ia., Mrs. E Vaughn, and daughter John Weeding family of Marie, Morris, Minn., and Miss Flor- Evans of Appleton, enc Pederson, Watertown, S. D. McLane was home from D.,to eat turkey last Well Disguised, 8he Thought, e was accompanied by My English professor was alwaym Chester has a po- Immaculate, and was mos careful to Burns Insurance Agen- have his ties and ahlrts has;mortise. One day we were asked to write a Umber of young folks took character sketch of some person we knew. I chose the professor as my dance at Grace- subject, being careful, of course, to a hilarious time. They dlsgulse the fact. Among other being fined in the "Kan- things I stated that I could picture with Dr. C. L Oliver as this kind of a man keeping spotless when a boy, and that his mother prob- party was given ably tied his curls back with a blue at the Olof Mathison ribbon. in honor of Miss Clara Imagine my embarrassment when occasion being her birth- the next day my theme was returned evening was with a fine gralle, and the single no- a delicious lunch tatlon, "No, it wu pink."--43hieago Tribune. Sunday School Worker Coming December 5 Sunday school workers of Big Stone county are rejoicing over the news that Mr. Walter S. Wood, the new !member of the State Association Staff J of Sunday school workers, will be in Ortonville Monday, December 5, to be there for the afternoon and evening. Mr. Wood is a Sunday school worker of expert ability and has been only a short time in the employ of the Minne- sota State Sunday School association. His specialty is Young People's work in which he finds a large field also in this county. Mr. Wood will meet with the coun- ty Executive committee for the pur- pose of closer acquaintance with the work and workers in Big Stone coun- ty, and specially to assist in planning the county-wide association campaign in which it is proposed to raise a fund for county association work, particu- larly to secure the funds with which to pay the balance of the county's ap- porti'onment to the state association which is past due since last August the time of the last county convention. The campaign will be on December 4 to 11 and it is the hope of the county association officers that it can be made so effective that it will meet the re- quirements as stated. It is to this end that the visit of Mr. Wood is es- welcome. Mr. Wood will meet the county exe- cutive committee in the afternoon, and in the evening will conduct a young people's rally, which the young peo- ple of the county and their leaders in a large number are expected to at- tend. With such an expert worker as Mr. Wood on the ground it will be worth the effort of any one at all in- terested to plan on attending. It is needless to say that not only Big Stone county people will attend, and those from other counties and even states will be more than welcome. The Big Stone County association presi- dent, Hey. F. W. Agte of Odessa, Minn., wilt be glad to give more par- ticulars and more detailed informa- tion will no doubt he sent out to the Sunday Schools of the county. List of New Books Re- ceived At Public Library AdultsPan by Knute Hamsun, My Brother, Theodore Roosevelt, by Corrine Roose Robinson, Helen of the Old House by Harold Bell Wright: Play the Game by R. C. Mit- chell, Journey's End by E. A.i Brown, Obstacle Race by Ethel Dell, Mr. Waddington of Wyck by May Sin- clair, To Let by Galsworthy, Beloved Woman by Kathleen Norris, Flaming Forest by Curwood, Kingdom Round the Corner by C. Dawson, Year of De- light by Margaret Widdemere, Galus- ha, the Magnificent by J. C. Lincoln, Enchanted Canyon by Honore Willsie, The Profiteers by E. P. Oppenheim: Boys and GirlsLaramie Holds the Range by F. H. Spearman, Myths and Legends of all Nations by Marshall Logan, All of Shakesphere's Tales by Charles and Mary Lamb, Wonder Book for Girls and Boys by N. Hawthorne, Cornelli by Spiri, Heidi by Spiri, Rob- inson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe. Little People--Adventures in Moth- cr Goose I,and by Edward Gowar, When Little Thoughts Rhyming Go by Elizabeth Kobel, The Kinderkins by F. M. Fox, When I Was Little by E. M. Kelly, Seven O'clock Stories by R. G. Anderson, Little Bear and His Friends by F. M. Fox, Every Child by I.ouis Dodge. Many children were delightfully en- tertained by the Misses Bracke, Ryer aml Irgens during the story hour at the library Saturday. Many thanks are due Mr. Osen for the beautiful flowers and Mr. Palm for the Vic- trola. As the new books are placed on the shelf for the public, we wish we all all might be more careful in the way we use library books. Reasonable good care will lengthen the life of books very materially. --Be sure to get your tickets on the Brunswick Phonograph we are giving away December 24. The M. M. John- son Furniture Co. --Pny put up with poor laundlT work when you can get the best so easily Try Bertelsons. Phone 193. Dr. Simpson here December 6. 00lheat 00l00ri00tmas (6ill--Your Photograph A cozon Photo,raph, uill solve a dozon puzzlin ,ift problarrur. VIKRE Photographer t i Scatter Sunshine With Chrigtmas Cards This year is going to be a big one for Christmas cards. Our store is ablaze with the most beautiful and artistic lines we have ever carried. A greeting card costs so little and ineans so much that you cannot afford to forget anyone. So make up your list quickly. Let no one look in vain for that evidence of thoughtfulness which bridges the gap of time and distance. The Gunderson Drug Company "On the Corner" Ortonville, Minn. l ! TI-IERE are Victor Records by all fa- mous artists which is one of themany 1[ reasons why the Victrola gives more pleas- ure to more people than any ot,her Gift from one Christmas day to the next. VICTROLA Palm, the Jeweler's, Offer-- ,' < No. 4---$25.00 with 20 selections on 10 double faced 85c records. Your choice .......................................... $33.50 No. 6--$35.00 with 20 selections on 10 double faced  85c records .................................................................... $43.50 No. ll--$125.00 with 20 selections on10 double faced Nv#mjt.vv. " Gift I 85c records ................................................................ $133.50 IT . No. 9--$75.00 with 20 selections on 10 double faced The --- elcome records ............................................................................ $83.50 The ,NEW EDISON C HOOSE a Brunswick Phonograph for your  Christmas gift to the family this Christmas  Palm's Offer-- and you will be giving something that will please [[[ everyone. Not only will it be welcome on Christ- [ Heppelwhite Model ........................................................ $167.50 Sheraton Model .............................................................. $200.00 mas Day, but for years to come. EDISON CYLINDER PHONOGRAPH SpeciaI terms can be arranged for [11 Ill/ those who do not care to pay cash. M $20.00, $41.00, and $50.00 . CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS The M. M. Johnson Furniture Co. .... Do not fail to visit our Gift Shep,  The Want Ad publicity is valuable publieity--ad costs but a trifle. DON'T HISS The NEW ALL-STAR VAUDEVILLE AT THE OI00PHEUM Every Friday Night 4 Big Acts and Modes Adults 50c and 35e Kids 10c mm THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGI[ 8 DECEMBER 1, 1921 ONAL, SOCIAL *l AND NEWS ITEMS ] e Blocker of Correll was in Psom was down from township Saturday. ! :hultz of Minneapolis was in business Saturday. Luchsinger and daughter of were here Wednesday. Geier and John Kaercher drove Tuesday on business. Schwandt of the Odessa gar- business here Monday. Moberg of Clinton was down Y afternoon for a few hours. May Eggermayer of Twin S. D., was a shopper here Fri- . Ewing, attorney, of Madison, hqere Monday evening on busi 1 Reiger and Ernest Mateer of in town Friday for a few Mabel Kaercher went to St. erday for a week's visit with ,1. Althoff, merchant of Johnson, the out-of-town visitors Petrick and children sis- at Appleton Saturday Frost who is teaching at her Thanksgiving Katherine Sparrw accmpanied Rogashaska to Clinton of Minneapolis is vis- home of his son, John, of town. yrtle Geier was a guest of L. Knight at Sisseton, S. D., Week-end. Babcock of Sisseton at- legal tmatters here the first of the week. 'Clark is at Canby this week to business matters and sis- and friends. Geier, who is teaching music at Sioux Falls, S. on her vacation last Mrs. Myron Chamberlain were guests of Mr. and L. Chamberlain on Thanks- Mrs. J. E. Johnson of Coro- at the home of parents, Mr. and Mrs. proved up on his in Saskatchewan, Canada, to his home near Cor- a week go. LUther League @ill hold it's ,meeting at the home of C. A. Zwiener Tuesday 13. J. DeWall and Fred Cooper stopped off for a few hours on their return from Mr. farm near Clinton. Mrs. Phillip Miller and mother, Mrs. N. J. VanInwegian arrived at San Pe- dro, California last week. Mrs. Van Inwegian has been in poor health late- ly and was reluctant to make the trip in her weakened condition. C. N. Tilden and W. F. Engdahl spent the week-end as the guest of Mr. Tilden's brother and family at Fargo, N. D. The former was sum- moned to his home at Flint, Mich., Monday, on account of the serious ill- ness of his father. Miss Myrtle Geier was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower given by Mrs Lester Comero and Mrs. Ed. Nelson at the Paul Trapp home at Big Stone City Friday evening, at which there were twenty guests present. Dainty refreslments were served. A chicken pie supper will be served by the Ladies of the M. E. church on Friday, December 9 in the church par- lors. There will also be a sale of use- ful and fancy articles beginning at 3.00.tm. Serving supper will begin at ff$'clock.,-,ll are most cordially invited. " R. C. Schoen left for St. Paul Sat- urday to bid on some gravelling con- tracts which were let that day by the State Highway Department. Mrs. Schoen and family left Monday for] Minneapolis where they will remain for a couple of weeks with apartments in the Cm-tis Hotel. The Woman's Home Missionary So-] ciety of the M. E. church are making] a collection of old and new clothing and canned fruit for a box, to be ready for. shipment December 13. All dona- tions gladly accepted. Mrs. Gust Or-! ton and Mrs. Mary Johnson have charge of the packing. Mrs. Florence Manley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William F.erris, arrived Saturday to attend the Golden wed- ding of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Matthews and to visit at the home of her paernts for an indefi- nite period. The Manleys are living about six miles from Winipeg, Can- ada. Mrs. Bertha Davis, who closed the Orton Hotel here a short time ago, and who has been visiting friends in Minneapolis since that time, returned to Ortonville Tuesday hight to attend the Matthews golden wedding cele- bration. After spending a few days here, Mrs. Davis will return to Minne- apolis for a month or two. The fourteenth annual sale of Christmas seals in,he state of Minne- sota is now in progress and Sunday, December 4 has been set aside as Tu- berculosis Sunday. State records show a decrease in death rate from this dread disease due to educational and curative measures taken thru the aid of the sale of Christmas seals each year and otherwise. Remember the date and buy as many seals as you can afford to, and then a few more. @ @ ! WEDDINGS I Moe-Gowan. On Saturday, Nov. 26, Miss Margar- et Ellen Gowan,, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Gowan of this city, became Ladies' Aid will the bride of Mr. John Robert Moo Friday afternoon, Decem-"on of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Moo of at the home of Mrs. Hayden Moorhead, Minn. The service was All cordially invited, read at ten-thirty o'clock by the Rev. Mrs. J. P. Buscher of Rock Fr. John Sullivan at St. John's Catho- are guests at the John lic church. Saturday was also the The Buschers came to thirty-third wedding anniversary of Moe-Gowan wedding, the bride's parents. Before the ceremony Miss Helen Karn was a guest at the Michell sang "At Dawning," by Cad- daughter Mrs. H. L. man, and during the Mass Miss Mary Thanksgiving Day Shumaker sang an "Ave Maria." The over the "Bridal Chorus," from Lohengrin was Science played by Mrs. B. R. Karn as the pro- their next regular meeting cessional, and Mendelssohn's wedding it E. Geier home as the guest march as the recessional. azel Geier on Thursday of Miss Elizabeth Gowan was her sis- tot's maid of honor. She was gowned t3arton of Foster was a caller in orchid taffeta and wore a black lace He is planning to leave hat. She carried a bouquet of Ward Calif., for the win- i roses. Little Margaret E. Gowan, niece has been there for of the bride, was the flower girl, and wore a frock of ruffled net over pale and family of Stillwater pink taffeta, and carried a basket of the Fred Kriesel home from pink asters and baby breath. u n t i I Saturday o f Mr. Frederick Warner of Fargo, N. The former is a brother of D., was the groom's best man. Mr. Raymond Gowan, brother of the bride, and Mr. Vincent Strong acted as ush- Lutheran Ladies Aid ers. at the home of Mrs. Fred The bridal dress was of Duchess aturday afternoon of this satin and silk lace. Her tulle veil 3. A cordial invita- was arranged in cap effect, and she carried a shower bouquet of bride's who spent their roses and narcissus. vacation in town on- Following the ceremony a wedding o'clock dinner at the Do- breakfast was served at the bride's rooms in the high home to thirty-six guests. Ferns, evening, white and pink roses were used thru- State Bank whichwas out ,tli!iivlng looms. 'SOmetime will open its doors Mfl M$. Me departed for a to report. Several shof.wel, din trip. They will be at of Appleton have helped home, dnthr Teturn in Fargo, N. D. institution. Outof-tdd !guests included the par- Irs. A. W. McLane had as ents of the groom and their so, Allen, on Thanksgiving day the Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Busher, Rock Rap- L, D. Weeding of ids, Ia., Mrs. E Vaughn, and daughter John Weeding family of Marie, Morris, Minn., and Miss Flor- Evans of Appleton, enc Pederson, Watertown, S. D. McLane was home from D.,to eat turkey last Well Disguised, 8he Thought, e was accompanied by My English professor was alwaym Chester has a po- Immaculate, and was mos careful to Burns Insurance Agen- have his ties and ahlrts has;mortise. One day we were asked to write a Umber of young folks took character sketch of some person we knew. I chose the professor as my dance at Grace- subject, being careful, of course, to a hilarious time. They dlsgulse the fact. Among other being fined in the "Kan- things I stated that I could picture with Dr. C. L Oliver as this kind of a man keeping spotless when a boy, and that his mother prob- party was given ably tied his curls back with a blue at the Olof Mathison ribbon. in honor of Miss Clara Imagine my embarrassment when occasion being her birth- the next day my theme was returned evening was with a fine gralle, and the single no- a delicious lunch tatlon, "No, it wu pink."--43hieago Tribune. Sunday School Worker Coming December 5 Sunday school workers of Big Stone county are rejoicing over the news that Mr. Walter S. Wood, the new !member of the State Association Staff J of Sunday school workers, will be in Ortonville Monday, December 5, to be there for the afternoon and evening. Mr. Wood is a Sunday school worker of expert ability and has been only a short time in the employ of the Minne- sota State Sunday School association. His specialty is Young People's work in which he finds a large field also in this county. Mr. Wood will meet with the coun- ty Executive committee for the pur- pose of closer acquaintance with the work and workers in Big Stone coun- ty, and specially to assist in planning the county-wide association campaign in which it is proposed to raise a fund for county association work, particu- larly to secure the funds with which to pay the balance of the county's ap- porti'onment to the state association which is past due since last August the time of the last county convention. The campaign will be on December 4 to 11 and it is the hope of the county association officers that it can be made so effective that it will meet the re- quirements as stated. It is to this end that the visit of Mr. Wood is es- welcome. Mr. Wood will meet the county exe- cutive committee in the afternoon, and in the evening will conduct a young people's rally, which the young peo- ple of the county and their leaders in a large number are expected to at- tend. With such an expert worker as Mr. Wood on the ground it will be worth the effort of any one at all in- terested to plan on attending. It is needless to say that not only Big Stone county people will attend, and those from other counties and even states will be more than welcome. The Big Stone County association presi- dent, Hey. F. W. Agte of Odessa, Minn., wilt be glad to give more par- ticulars and more detailed informa- tion will no doubt he sent out to the Sunday Schools of the county. List of New Books Re- ceived At Public Library AdultsPan by Knute Hamsun, My Brother, Theodore Roosevelt, by Corrine Roose Robinson, Helen of the Old House by Harold Bell Wright: Play the Game by R. C. Mit- chell, Journey's End by E. A.i Brown, Obstacle Race by Ethel Dell, Mr. Waddington of Wyck by May Sin- clair, To Let by Galsworthy, Beloved Woman by Kathleen Norris, Flaming Forest by Curwood, Kingdom Round the Corner by C. Dawson, Year of De- light by Margaret Widdemere, Galus- ha, the Magnificent by J. C. Lincoln, Enchanted Canyon by Honore Willsie, The Profiteers by E. P. Oppenheim: Boys and GirlsLaramie Holds the Range by F. H. Spearman, Myths and Legends of all Nations by Marshall Logan, All of Shakesphere's Tales by Charles and Mary Lamb, Wonder Book for Girls and Boys by N. Hawthorne, Cornelli by Spiri, Heidi by Spiri, Rob- inson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe. Little People--Adventures in Moth- cr Goose I,and by Edward Gowar, When Little Thoughts Rhyming Go by Elizabeth Kobel, The Kinderkins by F. M. Fox, When I Was Little by E. M. Kelly, Seven O'clock Stories by R. G. Anderson, Little Bear and His Friends by F. M. Fox, Every Child by I.ouis Dodge. Many children were delightfully en- tertained by the Misses Bracke, Ryer aml Irgens during the story hour at the library Saturday. Many thanks are due Mr. Osen for the beautiful flowers and Mr. Palm for the Vic- trola. As the new books are placed on the shelf for the public, we wish we all all might be more careful in the way we use library books. Reasonable good care will lengthen the life of books very materially. --Be sure to get your tickets on the Brunswick Phonograph we are giving away December 24. The M. M. John- son Furniture Co. --Pny put up with poor laundlT work when you can get the best so easily Try Bertelsons. Phone 193. Dr. Simpson here December 6. 00lheat 00l00ri00tmas (6ill--Your Photograph A cozon Photo,raph, uill solve a dozon puzzlin ,ift problarrur. VIKRE Photographer t i Scatter Sunshine With Chrigtmas Cards This year is going to be a big one for Christmas cards. Our store is ablaze with the most beautiful and artistic lines we have ever carried. A greeting card costs so little and ineans so much that you cannot afford to forget anyone. So make up your list quickly. Let no one look in vain for that evidence of thoughtfulness which bridges the gap of time and distance. The Gunderson Drug Company "On the Corner" Ortonville, Minn. l ! TI-IERE are Victor Records by all fa- mous artists which is one of themany 1[ reasons why the Victrola gives more pleas- ure to more people than any ot,her Gift from one Christmas day to the next. VICTROLA Palm, the Jeweler's, Offer-- ,' < No. 4---$25.00 with 20 selections on 10 double faced 85c records. Your choice .......................................... $33.50 No. 6--$35.00 with 20 selections on 10 double faced  85c records .................................................................... $43.50 No. ll--$125.00 with 20 selections on10 double faced Nv#mjt.vv. " Gift I 85c records ................................................................ $133.50 IT . No. 9--$75.00 with 20 selections on 10 double faced The --- elcome records ............................................................................ $83.50 The ,NEW EDISON C HOOSE a Brunswick Phonograph for your  Christmas gift to the family this Christmas  Palm's Offer-- and you will be giving something that will please [[[ everyone. Not only will it be welcome on Christ- [ Heppelwhite Model ........................................................ $167.50 Sheraton Model .............................................................. $200.00 mas Day, but for years to come. EDISON CYLINDER PHONOGRAPH SpeciaI terms can be arranged for [11 Ill/ those who do not care to pay cash. M $20.00, $41.00, and $50.00 . CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS The M. M. Johnson Furniture Co. .... Do not fail to visit our Gift Shep,  The Want Ad publicity is valuable publieity--ad costs but a trifle. DON'T HISS The NEW ALL-STAR VAUDEVILLE AT THE OI00PHEUM Every Friday Night 4 Big Acts and Modes Adults 50c and 35e Kids 10c mm 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAG , SOCIAL S ITEMS Blker of Cecil mday. Rsom   dew IWnhlp Sat day. . hult z of btinneapo]is was in Luchsinger and daughter of tt We he Wednesday. :ier d J Tuelay on business, w Sebwandt of the Odessa Moberg afternn for a May Eggeayer of in S. D., was a shopper hem Frb L Ewing, attorney, of Madison, d be  )nd ? evening on busi [. Reiger and Ernest Mateer of were in town Fday for  few Mabel Kaereher went to St. r a week's visit with '. Althoff, mercht of Johnson, out-of-town Petriek and children vls- Appleton Satulay her Spa aeempied Rogashka to son, John, v a guest of Knight at Sisseton, S. D., of Siton of the week 1ark is at Canby tis week t business matters and a- and friend wbo is tubbing music at Sioux Falls, S. on her vatlon last Mrs. Myron Chamberlaln o Thanks- 1 Mrs. J. E. Johnson of Core- at the home of Mr. and on his Canada, ar League @l hold its r meeting the home of ea their turn from Iarm near CLinton afternoon, Decem- of Mrs, Hayde All cordially invited. Mrs. J. p. Buscher of Roc are guests at the Johr guest M. H. the wk-end. Seien department er next regular meeting , Geer home as the guest arton of Foster was a caller is p ly until Saturday of The former Js a bther of atheran IAies Ad at the home of Mrs. Fred afternoon of this A eoral laUra- spent : O'clock dinner at the Do- in the higk ometime wl]l open its drs to reper irs. A. W. MeLsne had as John Weeding family McLane e D,to Mrs. Phillip Miller and mother, Mrs. N. J. Vanlnwegan rived d California lt week. Mrs, Van Inweglan has been in poor health ate- ly d was reluctant to make he trip in her weakened condition. C. N. TiLden d W. F. Engdahl spent the weeknd as the guest of Mr. Tilden's brother and family at Fargo, N. D. The1,er w, s to his home at Flint, Mich., Monde.', on accot of the serious Lll- father. Miss MyrtLe Geler was guest of gve, by Mr, Nelson at the Paul Trapp home at Big Stone City FrLday evening, at which there were twenty guests present. Dainty refl.esments re ed. A chLckea pie supper wi11 be by the Lades of the M. Friday, December 9 in the ehuh Iors. There wiLl aLso be a sale of use- ful and fancy articles beginning at 3.00e,n. Serving supper II ben t mvited. B. C Schoen left for SL Paul Sat- urday to bid on some gravelling w let that day by the State Hhway Department. Mrs. Schoe. and family left Monday for MLnneapolis whe, they wm for a couple of weeks with apartments in the Curtis Hotel. The Wemau's Home Missionary So- ciety of the M. E. church a making new clothing , to be ready fo shipment December 13 lions gladly pted. Mrs. Gust Or- ton and Mrs. Mary Jobnn charge of the pMng. Mrs. Florence Manley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Eerris, arrived Saturday to attend the Golden wed- ding of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Matthews and to vis;t at the home of her paeruts for an indefi nlte period. The Manleys a living about six miles from Wnipeg, Can- ada. Mrs. Bertha Davis, who clol the short time ao, has be visiting fne.ds in Minneapolis since that tme, tued hlght to attend the Matthews golden weddin le- bration. After spending a f days he, Mr*. Davis will return to Minne- apolis for a month or two. The fourteenth annual sale of Christ als in he state of Minne- prs End Sumlayr menu.s taken thin the aid of Chrlstm als each year and othei. Remember the dote and buy as many seals ae you can atlrd to, a.d then a few mo. - WEDDINGS On Satmday, , daughter of mr. John Robert Mne d Mrs. C. E. Moe of Minn. The lie chuh. Saturday wa also th :hirty thlrd weddLng anniversary el he bride's parents. Before the remony Miss Mieheil sang "At Dawning," by C man, and during the Mass Mi* Mary Shumaker sang an "Ave Mari" The "Bridal Chorus," fm Lohengrin w pLayed by cessional, d Mendelssohn's wedding reh  the ressionaL Mis Elizabeth Gowan was her sis of honer. She was goed hat. She carried a bouqt ses, Little Margaret E Gown, niece of the bade, was the flower grl, and wore a frock of ffled net over pole pik tata, and rfied a basket of pink asters d baby bath. Mr. Fderlek Waer of Fargo, N. D., was the groom' best m. Mr Raymond Gowan. brother of the bride, g ted as h- erbe bdal dress was of Duchess satin End silk ]e. Her tulLe veil was arranged in nap effect, d she a shorter bouquet of bride's Following the mony a weddin seed at the brkh' home to thirty-nix guests, white ad plnk roses wem sed thra- out llving tma M  I. Mac departed for a tho'eldln trip. They wiLl be t horae, drt-dr 'return in Fargo, N. D. Out..o. 'gut ineJuded th( ents of the groom and their r Allen, Mr J. P. Bh, k Rap- ids, la., Mrs. E Vaughn, and daaghter Marie, Morris, Minn., and en Pedern, Waterloo, S. D. One day ketCh ef me le I ch*ee the pmter  m bect bums l'l, of eoum, to dl.galm the fact. Among being i |toted that I euld pletu Dr. C. I. Oliver as this ktad of a man ketptng ipeUeu wh a boy, part Imagine my ememt gherbirth th* next a m evnkg ue gra ad the since  tattoo, "N It wa ptmt."--leago Sunday School Worker iList of New Books Re- Coming December 5 celved Sunday hoo] workers of Big Stone AdultPn by Knute county are rejoicing over the news MY Brother, Theodore Rsevet, b3 that Mr. Walter S, Wood, the new Cosine Po Robinson, Helen of the member of the State Assiaton Staff 01d Hoa by Harold Bell Wght of Suuday hoo] workers, will be in Play the Game by R. C. Mit Ol.tOnvlle Monday, Decmnber 5, to be che]l, Journey's End by E, A the for the afteoon and evening. Bm, Obstacle Race by F.thel Dell Mr. Wood is a Sunday school worker Mr" Waddington of Wyck by May Sill a -, To et bv Galswolhy, ]ov] of exper ability and has been only a Wom by Kath/een Norris, Flamin Forest hy . he Coer by C Dawson, Year of De. H  splalty  Young Peoples work , , h. h he fi i l . light by Margaret Wtddemere, Gurus ]nwtc findalarge edaolnlh theme fiee t by J C L co . a , , n n this county. En'chante d anvo by Hono Willsie M W eet w th the eou I b, E P O e he" r. o Wl m t- Th e profiteers  . . pp u ]m ty Exeoutive committee for the pur-I a ...... tl Ida - werk and workers in Big Stone eoun " ; i Ige s of a Natons y MarshaLl ty, and specially to aslSt in plann ng Logo., A o Shakesphere's Tales b31 the eounty-wde association campaign .... har es and  ary mb, Wonder Book u wh ch is proposed to lse a fund i B h N Haw f . a for G -s ant I os y boe, or county association work p rtlcu Corn e by Sp r He d by Sp ri, Rob- a y o eure the funds w h wh ch . , . t the ba a  f th , lUSOn Crusoe by Da[uel Defoe. o pay n o e eeuu y s ap- . h pertionment to the state a elation Little PeoplAdvetuslm l|ot . which is past due since last August er Goose lad by D.dwa[! Gowar, When Little Thoughts Rhyming GO by The campaign will be Ka ], The Kinderkins by of the county F M Fox, When I Was Little by E. M Kelly, Seven O'clock Stories by R. it wilL mt the re- quiment KS stated. It is to hls 1 eu, peeialy welcome, ,, and in the evening will eonduet people's rally, which the pie of the county and their leaders n a large numlr are expired to at tend. Wit], neh n xpert worker as Mr. Wd on the ground it worth t tested to plan on attending. It s needless to say that not only Big Stone county people will attend, .d those fm other counties state Big Stone County association psl dent, lv. F. W. Agte of Odessa, Minn,, will be glad to #re o par- and more detailed ifoa- Sunday Sehls of the county. Dr. Simpson here De.tuber 6. G. Anderson, I,ittle Bear an(] His Friends by F. M. FOX, Every Child by LouLs Dodge. M ny cb en we dellghtfull re,tabled by the Mies Braeke, Rer all(d hges during the story hour at the fihrary Saturday. Many thanks le due Mr tlola. AS the new hook are placl on the public, all migl we use library books. good cal will lengthen the bak very materially. - Be sure to get yol giving Furniture CO. uXy put up with poor laundT ork when you can get the easily, T Bertelsons. Phone 193. Dr. Simpn he December 6. ile lheat llrimmas @ill--Your Photograph A dozen Photo'aph will :oloe a dozen puzzlin ift problara. VIKRE We PhotOgrapher Scatter Sunshine With Chrigtmas Cards This year is going to be a big one for Christm cards, Our store is ablaze with the most beautiful and altLsti lines we have ever carried. A greeting card costs so little d nes so mh that you cannot afford to forget att??on So make up your list quickly. Let no one look in vai for that evidence of thoughtfulness which bridges the gap of time and distance. 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SpeCial tems can be aged for thoe who do not  to pay eMh, The M. M. Johnson Furniture Co. Do not fail to vieit e Gift Sltel Wt Ad publldty la valuable ablletd tst  tfl. DON'T MISS The NEW ALL-STAR VAUDEVILLE AT THE ORPHEUM Every Friday Night 4 Big Acts and Movies Adults 50 and 35 Kids 10c THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGI[ 8 DECEMBER 1, 1921 ONAL, SOCIAL *l AND NEWS ITEMS ] e Blocker of Correll was in Psom was down from township Saturday. ! :hultz of Minneapolis was in business Saturday. Luchsinger and daughter of were here Wednesday. Geier and John Kaercher drove Tuesday on business. Schwandt of the Odessa gar- business here Monday. Moberg of Clinton was down Y afternoon for a few hours. May Eggermayer of Twin S. D., was a shopper here Fri- . Ewing, attorney, of Madison, hqere Monday evening on busi 1 Reiger and Ernest Mateer of in town Friday for a few Mabel Kaercher went to St. erday for a week's visit with ,1. Althoff, merchant of Johnson, the out-of-town visitors Petrick and children sis- at Appleton Saturday Frost who is teaching at her Thanksgiving Katherine Sparrw accmpanied Rogashaska to Clinton of Minneapolis is vis- home of his son, John, of town. yrtle Geier was a guest of L. Knight at Sisseton, S. D., Week-end. Babcock of Sisseton at- legal tmatters here the first of the week. 'Clark is at Canby this week to business matters and sis- and friends. Geier, who is teaching music at Sioux Falls, S. on her vacation last Mrs. Myron Chamberlain were guests of Mr. and L. Chamberlain on Thanks- Mrs. J. E. Johnson of Coro- at the home of parents, Mr. and Mrs. proved up on his in Saskatchewan, Canada, to his home near Cor- a week go. LUther League @ill hold it's ,meeting at the home of C. A. Zwiener Tuesday 13. J. DeWall and Fred Cooper stopped off for a few hours on their return from Mr. farm near Clinton. Mrs. Phillip Miller and mother, Mrs. N. J. VanInwegian arrived at San Pe- dro, California last week. Mrs. Van Inwegian has been in poor health late- ly and was reluctant to make the trip in her weakened condition. C. N. Tilden and W. F. Engdahl spent the week-end as the guest of Mr. Tilden's brother and family at Fargo, N. D. The former was sum- moned to his home at Flint, Mich., Monday, on account of the serious ill- ness of his father. Miss Myrtle Geier was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower given by Mrs Lester Comero and Mrs. Ed. Nelson at the Paul Trapp home at Big Stone City Friday evening, at which there were twenty guests present. Dainty refreslments were served. A chicken pie supper will be served by the Ladies of the M. E. church on Friday, December 9 in the church par- lors. There will also be a sale of use- ful and fancy articles beginning at 3.00.tm. Serving supper will begin at ff$'clock.,-,ll are most cordially invited. " R. C. Schoen left for St. Paul Sat- urday to bid on some gravelling con- tracts which were let that day by the State Highway Department. Mrs. Schoen and family left Monday for] Minneapolis where they will remain for a couple of weeks with apartments in the Cm-tis Hotel. The Woman's Home Missionary So-] ciety of the M. E. church are making] a collection of old and new clothing and canned fruit for a box, to be ready for. shipment December 13. All dona- tions gladly accepted. Mrs. Gust Or-! ton and Mrs. Mary Johnson have charge of the packing. Mrs. Florence Manley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William F.erris, arrived Saturday to attend the Golden wed- ding of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Matthews and to visit at the home of her paernts for an indefi- nite period. The Manleys are living about six miles from Winipeg, Can- ada. Mrs. Bertha Davis, who closed the Orton Hotel here a short time ago, and who has been visiting friends in Minneapolis since that time, returned to Ortonville Tuesday hight to attend the Matthews golden wedding cele- bration. After spending a few days here, Mrs. Davis will return to Minne- apolis for a month or two. The fourteenth annual sale of Christmas seals in,he state of Minne- sota is now in progress and Sunday, December 4 has been set aside as Tu- berculosis Sunday. State records show a decrease in death rate from this dread disease due to educational and curative measures taken thru the aid of the sale of Christmas seals each year and otherwise. Remember the date and buy as many seals as you can afford to, and then a few more. @ @ ! WEDDINGS I Moe-Gowan. On Saturday, Nov. 26, Miss Margar- et Ellen Gowan,, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Gowan of this city, became Ladies' Aid will the bride of Mr. John Robert Moo Friday afternoon, Decem-"on of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Moo of at the home of Mrs. Hayden Moorhead, Minn. The service was All cordially invited, read at ten-thirty o'clock by the Rev. Mrs. J. P. Buscher of Rock Fr. John Sullivan at St. John's Catho- are guests at the John lic church. Saturday was also the The Buschers came to thirty-third wedding anniversary of Moe-Gowan wedding, the bride's parents. Before the ceremony Miss Helen Karn was a guest at the Michell sang "At Dawning," by Cad- daughter Mrs. H. L. man, and during the Mass Miss Mary Thanksgiving Day Shumaker sang an "Ave Maria." The over the "Bridal Chorus," from Lohengrin was Science played by Mrs. B. R. Karn as the pro- their next regular meeting cessional, and Mendelssohn's wedding it E. Geier home as the guest march as the recessional. azel Geier on Thursday of Miss Elizabeth Gowan was her sis- tot's maid of honor. She was gowned t3arton of Foster was a caller in orchid taffeta and wore a black lace He is planning to leave hat. She carried a bouquet of Ward Calif., for the win- i roses. Little Margaret E. Gowan, niece has been there for of the bride, was the flower girl, and wore a frock of ruffled net over pale and family of Stillwater pink taffeta, and carried a basket of the Fred Kriesel home from pink asters and baby breath. u n t i I Saturday o f Mr. Frederick Warner of Fargo, N. The former is a brother of D., was the groom's best man. Mr. Raymond Gowan, brother of the bride, and Mr. Vincent Strong acted as ush- Lutheran Ladies Aid ers. at the home of Mrs. Fred The bridal dress was of Duchess aturday afternoon of this satin and silk lace. Her tulle veil 3. A cordial invita- was arranged in cap effect, and she carried a shower bouquet of bride's who spent their roses and narcissus. vacation in town on- Following the ceremony a wedding o'clock dinner at the Do- breakfast was served at the bride's rooms in the high home to thirty-six guests. Ferns, evening, white and pink roses were used thru- State Bank whichwas out ,tli!iivlng looms. 'SOmetime will open its doors Mfl M$. Me departed for a to report. Several shof.wel, din trip. They will be at of Appleton have helped home, dnthr Teturn in Fargo, N. D. institution. Outof-tdd !guests included the par- Irs. A. W. McLane had as ents of the groom and their so, Allen, on Thanksgiving day the Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Busher, Rock Rap- L, D. Weeding of ids, Ia., Mrs. E Vaughn, and daughter John Weeding family of Marie, Morris, Minn., and Miss Flor- Evans of Appleton, enc Pederson, Watertown, S. D. McLane was home from D.,to eat turkey last Well Disguised, 8he Thought, e was accompanied by My English professor was alwaym Chester has a po- Immaculate, and was mos careful to Burns Insurance Agen- have his ties and ahlrts has;mortise. One day we were asked to write a Umber of young folks took character sketch of some person we knew. I chose the professor as my dance at Grace- subject, being careful, of course, to a hilarious time. They dlsgulse the fact. Among other being fined in the "Kan- things I stated that I could picture with Dr. C. L Oliver as this kind of a man keeping spotless when a boy, and that his mother prob- party was given ably tied his curls back with a blue at the Olof Mathison ribbon. in honor of Miss Clara Imagine my embarrassment when occasion being her birth- the next day my theme was returned evening was with a fine gralle, and the single no- a delicious lunch tatlon, "No, it wu pink."--43hieago Tribune. Sunday School Worker Coming December 5 Sunday school workers of Big Stone county are rejoicing over the news that Mr. Walter S. Wood, the new !member of the State Association Staff J of Sunday school workers, will be in Ortonville Monday, December 5, to be there for the afternoon and evening. Mr. Wood is a Sunday school worker of expert ability and has been only a short time in the employ of the Minne- sota State Sunday School association. His specialty is Young People's work in which he finds a large field also in this county. Mr. Wood will meet with the coun- ty Executive committee for the pur- pose of closer acquaintance with the work and workers in Big Stone coun- ty, and specially to assist in planning the county-wide association campaign in which it is proposed to raise a fund for county association work, particu- larly to secure the funds with which to pay the balance of the county's ap- porti'onment to the state association which is past due since last August the time of the last county convention. The campaign will be on December 4 to 11 and it is the hope of the county association officers that it can be made so effective that it will meet the re- quirements as stated. It is to this end that the visit of Mr. Wood is es- welcome. Mr. Wood will meet the county exe- cutive committee in the afternoon, and in the evening will conduct a young people's rally, which the young peo- ple of the county and their leaders in a large number are expected to at- tend. With such an expert worker as Mr. Wood on the ground it will be worth the effort of any one at all in- terested to plan on attending. It is needless to say that not only Big Stone county people will attend, and those from other counties and even states will be more than welcome. The Big Stone County association presi- dent, Hey. F. W. Agte of Odessa, Minn., wilt be glad to give more par- ticulars and more detailed informa- tion will no doubt he sent out to the Sunday Schools of the county. List of New Books Re- ceived At Public Library AdultsPan by Knute Hamsun, My Brother, Theodore Roosevelt, by Corrine Roose Robinson, Helen of the Old House by Harold Bell Wright: Play the Game by R. C. Mit- chell, Journey's End by E. A.i Brown, Obstacle Race by Ethel Dell, Mr. Waddington of Wyck by May Sin- clair, To Let by Galsworthy, Beloved Woman by Kathleen Norris, Flaming Forest by Curwood, Kingdom Round the Corner by C. Dawson, Year of De- light by Margaret Widdemere, Galus- ha, the Magnificent by J. C. Lincoln, Enchanted Canyon by Honore Willsie, The Profiteers by E. P. Oppenheim: Boys and GirlsLaramie Holds the Range by F. H. Spearman, Myths and Legends of all Nations by Marshall Logan, All of Shakesphere's Tales by Charles and Mary Lamb, Wonder Book for Girls and Boys by N. Hawthorne, Cornelli by Spiri, Heidi by Spiri, Rob- inson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe. Little People--Adventures in Moth- cr Goose I,and by Edward Gowar, When Little Thoughts Rhyming Go by Elizabeth Kobel, The Kinderkins by F. M. Fox, When I Was Little by E. M. Kelly, Seven O'clock Stories by R. G. Anderson, Little Bear and His Friends by F. M. Fox, Every Child by I.ouis Dodge. Many children were delightfully en- tertained by the Misses Bracke, Ryer aml Irgens during the story hour at the library Saturday. Many thanks are due Mr. Osen for the beautiful flowers and Mr. Palm for the Vic- trola. As the new books are placed on the shelf for the public, we wish we all all might be more careful in the way we use library books. Reasonable good care will lengthen the life of books very materially. --Be sure to get your tickets on the Brunswick Phonograph we are giving away December 24. The M. M. John- son Furniture Co. --Pny put up with poor laundlT work when you can get the best so easily Try Bertelsons. Phone 193. Dr. Simpson here December 6. 00lheat 00l00ri00tmas (6ill--Your Photograph A cozon Photo,raph, uill solve a dozon puzzlin ,ift problarrur. VIKRE Photographer t i Scatter Sunshine With Chrigtmas Cards This year is going to be a big one for Christmas cards. Our store is ablaze with the most beautiful and artistic lines we have ever carried. 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