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December 7, 1922     The Ortonville Independent
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December 7, 1922

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dAGE 2 THE ORTONVILLE LNDEPENDENT i i ii ii i i i --_- i Mr . and Mrs. Edwin Johnson were I G. Kenney, Philip and Marv and! ..................... (:_ I FOSTER passengers to Appleton Tuesday.  Caroline Ulrich, attended the 25thi :77v::L' }f @ Russet Blum left Sunday night for l wedding anniversary of' Mr. and Mrs. [ :;2:::'':''::''> ':') Benj. Stegner made a business tipi Bemidji, where he intends to visit Iris i John Zimbrick, on Wednesday evenhag, i::i)!j?: !!;( to Ortonvilm last Wednesday. i tmcle' i The -lay "Back to the Farm " was ..... : :  "  'J: B. T. Stallman shipped two cars Relatives from Daon spent I given ;v he J-Iigh School pupils " ; ;Li' fI  >%;] of stock from Beardsley, Tuesday. Thanksgiving with the Chas. Bariej Tuesday evening. It was well pro- ' c' ' '= -s-:.::: !!:, l .... t Eastman Bros. purcha_sed wenty' fand ly. I seated, showing that diligent work had / t'z head o cattle irom Frank thompson i Ms Wm Shepherd and Mrs Malt been done on the art of thos selected  "" " " I p e last week. I Lewis were shoppers in Appleton gn to represent the various characters in  _y i ]Kiss Jennie Holmberg left by train i Tuesday. the production. The entertainment given under the auspices of the American Legion was well attended. Chas R. McCau- ley, who gave the program proved be a versatile entertainer and his pro- gram included readings, violin solos, Wednesday, to visit with relatives in J Mrs. Ethel Donk entertained her St. Cloud. I father, Role Oxandprey and Chas. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Raatz called at Vieg on Thanksgiving. the John Huntsinger home Sunday I P.D. Vaughan, Ed. Cashman, Lynn afternoon. Woods, Rube George and J. J. De- Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Stegner were t Wall, motored to Morris Friday. guests at the Benj. Stegner home I Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luchsinger and and pianologues. All of the numbers Thanksgiving Day. , children, and Mr. and Mrs. Gust Hard- were of the highest order and complete Mr. and Mrs. A F. Eastman enter-i kopf spent Thanksgiving at the Chas. satisfaction was expressed by those rained a hum'bet of relativ, es at a l Wise home, near Ortonville. who were present. Thanksgiving dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Arndt, of the vi- @ @ Mr. and Mrs. John Zimbrick enter- sanity of Ortonville called at the Win. i BEARDSLEY ITEMS ] rained a number of neighbors and a Raatz home Sunday, @ .......  few friends from Beardsley at their Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lawrence enter- C.E. Kaercher was a business visi-! home Wednesday, Nov. 29 in honor, of li rained a number of relatives and tot in Beardsley on Saturday. ]their twenty-fifth wedding anmver-: Louis and Will Russ were business sary. The home was tastefully at- friends Saturday evening, i visitors in Ortonville on Tuesday. ranged for the occasion. Many beautS- Mrs. Joe Stallman returned Satur- day from Iowa, where she has been Mis Isabelle Dal- who is workin,, t ful and useful gifts of silverware were weeks.Visiting with relatives the past few erGh'oac?ille spent"Thanksgiwng a rpientewd ssMreda.nd Mrs. Zlmbmck. Miss Ethel Eastman left last Tues-I day for Albion, Nebraska, where she expects to visit for some time with i her sister, Mrs. Claude Wilson. I The Foster town Board met Tuesday I at the home of the Clerk, R. T. Steg-I er. Election and winding up the sum-I mer road work was the business on i hand. After attending Teacher's Institute! in Ortonville, Miss Elsa Anderson took the train for Litehfield for a short visit at home. She returned Monday evening. James Holmes, who was called to Waterloo, Iowa, by the serious illness of his mother, returned the latter part of the week. He reports his mother as much improved in health. The interior vf the Stepney school house was given a coat of paint during Thanksgiving vacation and its appear- ante is greatly improved thereby. Levi Eastman was the chief artist. -A surprise party was given at the ,ike Eastman hence last Monday in onor of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hamner. The occasion was the eigthy-first birth day of Mrs. Hamner. A number f relatives and friends were present. l COR1LELL NEWS I @ @ L. Adamitz left Monday night for St. Paul R. R. George was a business caller in Ortonville Friday. Rudolph Roske spent a few days in Montevideo last week. Miss Elizabeth spent Thanksgiving Florence Omodt. who is teaching at Hector, arrived home Wednesday eve- ning to spend Thanksgiving with her parents. Miss Grace Omodt entertained a number of girl friends at her home Wednesday evening in celebration of her sixteenth birthday. I The first basket ball game of the season will be played between the high school and the Browns Valley hool sometime next week. Proceeds of the ticket sale for the high school play amounted to some- thing 'like ninety dollars. This money will ,be'used for the benefit of the ath- I letic association. _  I (Too late for last week) I Mike Mullin left Monday evening[ for Steen, Minn. I Joseph Lumphery spent last week I end in Minneapolis. Henry Gelting, who attended the fu- neral of Mrs. B. Khur, left Wednesday fr his home in Richmond, Minn. Mrs. Robt. McDonald left Monday evening far Benton Wis., to visit for a few weeks at the home of her ster. Miss Catherine Ashbough arrived from St. Paul Thursday morning to spend her vacation at the home of Nell O'Leary's. Miss Agnes Irey, who is teaching school at Fergus Falls, arrived Thurs- day morning far a few days visit with relatives and friends. Grace McNelis, who is aending Teacher's Training Coll-ge at St. Cloud, returned home Wednesday for with friends in Graceville. a few days vacation. Mrs. Ed. Birk spent a few days last Clas. and Ward Brady left Wednes- week with friends in Milbank. :day for Steen, Minn., to attend the. Rudolph Alt and John Anderson wedding of their sister Lenora, who ere callers in Appleton Friday. was married Thanksgiving day. i i i i i i i ii i A number of Beardsley people at- tended the basket social in the Ken- Mrs. Grant Rideout, L. D. S. 1711 West Minnehaha Street, St. Paul, Minn. Graduate of McGill University; member of :Minnesota Historical Society. GENEALOGIST Family genealogies compiled. D. A. R. Line- age established iii i ,H, ,I I I,, IN p"k " I I Jfl U I I I I ] !111 IIII III IINI III I III III I I I I II I III Illl I I III I All Business Men Have Checking Accounts It formed the basis upon which they were able to build their busi- ness. A checking account enabled them to keep a complete record of every business transaction, and it built up in them a regard for business method, caution and thrift which has made possible their success. We will be glad to help you get started. Jl. . "] . , ,, , ,, -, , I, L I ,,,,,# ,!.. . ,'" ,. i> The First National Bank of 0rt0nville I ney school district, No. 23, last Friday evening. Miss Lois Palmer, teacher, and her pupils gave an excellent po- gram. The reading by Miss Lucille Palmer was exceptionally good. Chas. Hornstein proved an ble auctioneer. the baskets netting $28, the procee;ts for which will be used for school pur- poses. The ladies of St. John's CamHe church are the first to enter the con- test for the phonograph which will be given away by the Kollitz Mercantile Company, in connection wigb a sale which that store is holding. They wiP appreciate greatly any support tbat persons wish to give them. 240-J for Guaranteed Sheet Metal Work First clas materials and the best grade of workmanship enables us to fully guarantee the Sheet Metal work we do. AUGUST LINDERT Phofle 240-J of Comparison Roadster Luxury Unexcelled The Buick Six-Cylinder Sport- *1625 As strikingly beautiful as it is luxuriously appointed, the Buick Six-cylinder Sport Roadster brings new zest to motoring. Riding on the long wheelbase Buick chassis with the distinctive Buick spring suspension and the famous, powerful Buick valve-in-head engine, this superbly fitted roadster contains every refinement for care-free travel. The fine leather upholstery, the shining nick- oiled fittings, the complete instrument board, wind- shield wings, tailored top and snug fitting storm curtains are among the many features that distinguish this car in appearance and in comfort. Anywhere you meet this de-hixe motor car, it not only is the center of attention but motorists also mark it as the car that sets distances at naught and mas driving a continuous enjoyment. The k Line for 1923 Comlwfu$ Fourteen MoI Foua-2 Pass. a:liter, .d5; $ P8. "routing, 185; 3 Coul, $I175; SPans. Sedan,$1395; 5 P88. Touring Sedan, $1325. Sixes--2 Pass. ]Roade, $1175; $ Pass. To,wing, $I195; $ Pan. Touring Sedan, $1935 ; 5 Prom. Sedan, $198.5; 4 Pass. Col, $18951 -7 Pass. Touring, $1435; 7 Past. Sedan, $I19l; Sport Roadster, $1625; SDort Touring, $|675. Prices f. o. b. Buick factories. k ebont the {:  . C.   which povld fc Deferred Plkmet D-I-I-NP "-A'[ SEMRAU ODESSA, m00N. The CUR TIS Ho TEL TENTH STREET AT FOURTH AVENUI Minneapolis - Minnesota TTte Northme's Nespesl ed Lm'lre$i Transh Hwteb7 One whole city block of beautiful Lobbies, Restaurants and Shops. Pipe Organ Music during the Noon luncheon hour. Orchestra Music at night during dinner. A i Carte and Table d'Hote t's4tl i the Main Restmmu TARIFF Te Romn Prtvffite attm, ennjso Double I.00 8, Room. l:'rlvte Bths, 8Into Dublo $1.dl Oth em mite Ill I Illl II II I I I ... b'lC 00ehind ..................... A ride m a Lincoln is one continue trip of comfort and enjoyment Changes in mad conditions br/ng :arcely any The Phaeton 800 H. L. McDOWELL, Dealer GRACEVILLE, MINN. THURSDAY, DECF_M BEE Professional and Business Ortonville Electric EVERYTHING Phone 49 for prompt and S. A. BARR, Proprietor. DR. CHAS. H. VETERINARIAN Phot--Day 31, Night $1 Clinton DR. A. M. STROM Graduate Veterinarian Office in Win. Cummens Tel. 79 Ortonville, @ FOR TRUCK and any kind of Hght and hesv All Orders Given Prompt Hausauer Br Phone 241-J DR. F. W. DUNN CHIROPKACTOll D, D. WHFFE, D. C., SpinogTpher 12-13-14-15-16 Shumaker Ortonv/e Col. Win. [ AUCTIONEER I Thirty yearn" exlrienee. No | on your property. Call or w I and get in on an early date. I Ortonville . . . O COL. J. W. Real Estate, Merchandise, Pure and Farm Sales A For dates write me at Graduate of Jones Auction J. A. JOHN PIANO TUNING AND PH01gS--Rs. ]94. Purn. Sto All Work Guaranteed Ortonvil . . KODAK Prompt, u Service, THE REED OST.EOPATRIC Vapor-SulphIr C- btet (For Rheumat/mm, One Block up hill from Store "b F.L. THR JRWELEK OrtonviIle @ C.E. I0R [XPIRT PHONE 284-L Ortonvtl MIRRORS All Work UNIQUE SIGN Climton, Minn. I JOE BAYER & I Of, the Ortnv'd]e TI ort I All kinds of Cleaning. and I ent ao "t." ELECTRIC SHOP Shoes repaired Ou Work . POWELL, JOHN I,,lllillii Hanltns if all ]lzm, em Te.lephmle SS PAUL Brick 1,e ud StoM Muen and all tdnds Ortonvtl Minn. PETERSON DRaY B Ste Plmne U &El Work We are always rem]Y with good printing. No : the nature of the job ready to do it at a sa'isfaetory.