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December 7, 1922     The Ortonville Independent
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December 7, 1922

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"l CLINTON NEWS I g. C. T. U. will meet on Wed- Dec. 13, at the church parlors. Hewitt of Nassau, visited at A. Howitt home over Sunday. of Sleep Eye, presi- the Steinke-Seidl Lumber Co., business here the first of Riding of St. Paul, spent at the home of his cister Young. Evelyn Larson of Appleton, guest at the Albert Gustafson Over Thanksgiving. J Ross entertained ten little I is at dinner party Wednes- t to celebrate her tenth birth- l and relatives of Mrs. Ola! gathered at her .home on Wed- afternoon, in honor of her 88th afternoon Miss Bess entertained a few young in honor of Miss Cora of Fargo. Haecock of Weldon, Mon+na, ]Ionday for a visit at the his mother, Mrs. Nora Hae- over the holidays. and family drove to last Thursday, to spend the with the doctors parents. lturned on Monday. Schlimme and A1 Brandner Monday morning for Ada, P vhere they will work in the the Farm Bureau. Circle will meet cn Dec. 11, at the home of Salversen instead of at Mrs. l as formerly annotmced. Berg and baby from Ken- Dak., are visiting here, at of her brother and mother, and Mrs. Bertha Martinson. the basket ball game last Wed- between Clinton and Or- .I LAKESIDE NEWS 1. Earl Carlberg marketed hogs Men- I day. t Chas Lindholm has been saing I wood this week. L. W. Lindstrom was a business caller in Clinton Tuesday. Miss Minnie Sandberg is spending this week with friends in Clinton. Lester Rosenlurch put away his tractor for the season, last Wednes- day. Remen Lexss spent a few days last week with his aunt, Mrs. Earl Carl- berg. L. Scott expects to move Monday. He recently bought a farm near Cam- bridge, Minnesota. David Lindholm, Oscar Lvegrent and Chas. Lindholm attended services at Wheaten last Sunday. J. P. Sandberg left Tuesday of last week for Corry, Penn., to attend the funeral of his mother. He returned Tuesday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Gustafson en- tertained the Amdrew Peterson, Sol Gustafson and Chas. Gustafson faro- flies Thanksgiving Day. Harry Hoxtell, L. Scott and others are hauling stones on the grades west of Clinton. This is being done to pre- vent the water from washing out the grades in the spring. AKRON NEWS I Mr. and Mrs. A. Klages were Odessa shoppers Wednesday. Robert Engelman was a business caller in Correll Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henkleman were Sunday visitors with A. Henkleman. Col Wellendorf called at the Rich- ard Schmeichel home Wednesday eve- ning. Mrs. R. Schmeichel assisted Mrs. L W. Larson with papering one day this i won in the boys game t week. won in the girls game. i Richard Schmeichel and family and were good and well at- Mrs. L. W. Larson were Ortonvillei Br. I callers Monday. dford is now occupying! Klages Bros. and Mrs. and Mrs. L. W. next to H. A. Hewitt's of- Larson spent Thanksgiving with Rich- Bradford is making rapid ard Schmeiche] and family. in health and hopes to tailor business after the Hewitt visited over Sunday in Clinton. He _tates has sold out his business at Dak., and is looking for a 1 Mrs. Dean Johnson have keeping in the rooms of house formerly oc- Bergstrom and fatal- friends extend best wishes ug couple. Mrs. A. E. Gongol enter- over Sunday, Mrs. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. J. of Becker, Minn., and Mr. I lother, who lives at Pames- The party arrived on by automobile. I He-itt was home from I for the Thanksgiving hell- l was accompanied by Miss of Northfield, who also Appleton, and who. was a Hewitt home. Brennan, who .has been relatives in Clinton over left for her home the week. Mrs. Bennan will for a longer visit. given by the sew- of the Swedish church was Many beautiful ar- on display and all sold well. was beautiful and a big in attendance. Lunch was the afternoon. are under way to make bazaar a big success. urged to attend and good things, Saturday, the M. E. Church parlors. 50c, children 25c. surprise party was ten- and Mrs. E. O. Krook on when relatives and a friends gafhered at their t six o'clock dinner in honor Lg anniversary. The the dinner with them enjoyable one it was, and surprise to Mr. and Mrs. :'ere awarded last Wednes- by the local W. C. T. U. of the essay contest on In the high school won as follows: Evelyn prize, $3; Selma ,qteen, $2; Elaine Franzen, first Maxtinson, second In the 7th and 8th grades, first prize, $2; Nel- second prize, $1. In the grades, Fern Welander, $2; and Emily Knutson $1. These essays will be Department for fur- ODESSA and Mr. and and children nt their parents on Sehwandt, teacher of in Lae qui Parle, spent Day with her parents, 8chwandt. Schwandt, a member of Training class at Orton- vacation at Mr. and Mrs. to The Independentthe paper--not a "hit and It costs you no Per year. / Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wolfmeyer peht Thanksgiving with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Wolfmeyer in Ortonville. The dance given by Bill Guse last Saturday night was well attended ad a good time was reported by all pres- ent. Mrs. P Schmeichel, Mrs. L U. Lar- son and Mrs. K. R. Long were Tues- day afternoon callers with Mrs. Geo. Governor, the occassion being Mrs. Govorner's birthday. * RED CROSS NOTES Miss  A. Rogoshaska, County Health Nurse, has weighed, measured, and inspected over 90 school children l the past two weeks, mostly in Orton- ville. A skin di.ase has been prevalent among the school children of the county for over a year, and in many of the surrounding towns it has final- ly been decided to keep out of school the children affected, in order to stamp out the disease, which has been gain- ing rapidly This skin disease, which is known as impetigo, is easily transmitted thru towels etc., and is characterized by several large flat pustules which break early and form crusts. The di- sease is usually seen on the face. It should receive treatment as soon a s * the first sore appears, because, if giv-j en a chance to spread, it gains such a! hold that it is apt to undermine a! childs health and most rigorous treat-i ment is necessary for a complete cure. I At the County Teacher's Institute, t held at Ortonville November 27-29, Miss Rogoshaska gave an address on "Teaching of Health in the Schools." Milk--The best food we have. A quart a day for every child, if possible, a pint without fail; a third of a qurt for each adult. Plenty of milk will help give all your children, big and little, the chance for health they ought to have. Buy more milk and your family will be better fed. 2 Dr. Simpson here, Dee. 20. Independent Want Ads are persist- ent Workers. TESTING ASSOCIATIONS INCREASED BY ELEVEN Eleven new cow testing associations have been organized in Minnesota and are now a part of dairy extension work carried on by the university. E. . . J A. Hanson of Umverszty Farm, who zsl in charge of such association work, re- ports the following new organizxAons: ! Dakota county No. 1, Farmington; Da- kota county No. 2, Hasting; Houston; Spring Valley; Brown-Watonwan at Hanska; Winona county No. 2, Lewis- ton; Donnelly-Stevens, Donnelly; Lyon county No. 1, Marshall; Dassel; Park- ers Prairie; Brandon, Douglas county. Official testers of the state are going to University Farm January 2 to com- pare experiences, revise programs of work to some extent and to receive new pointers as to proper feeding and balancing rations. Spend your money with your home merchants. They help pay the taxes, keep up the schools, build roads, and make this a community worth whiIe. You ll find the advertising of the best ones in this paper. Notice of Redemption THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT HAS CALLED FOR RE- DEMPTION OR EXCHANGE, ON DECEMBER 15, 1922 VIC- TORY BONDS, WHICH BEAR THE DISTINQUISHED LET- TERS, A. B. C, D. E. OR F. THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT HAS ALSO CALLED FOR REDEMPTION OR EXCHANGE, WAR SAVINGS STAMPS, ON 1918 SERIES, WHICH MATURE JANUARY 1, 1923. PARTIES HOLDING ANY OF THE ABOVE BONDS OR STAMPS CAN PRESENT THEM AT THIS BANK AND WE WILL COLLECT THEM FOR YOU WITHOUT CHARGE . CLINTON STATE BANK MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM AND VARNISH PRODUCTS The "Magic Coat" That Brings Wealth and Beauty To Your Home its touch unsuspected charmis revealed; dingi- ness vanishes; useless things become valuable; old things become new. A "magic coat" is this coat Of paint or varnish. Think of it! Every article or surface finished with paint or varnish immediately makes the home more beautiful; increases the pride we have in it; the pleasure we get from it. Every quart used increases the value of the surface or article, ten, twenty or thirty dollars---and the better the paint the greater the return. Therefore, when you buy paint and varnish products buy only the best. 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