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DECEMBER 7, 1922 O SOCIAL I : AN D N EWS ITEMS $ Faye Gist is on the sick list Ada Jallo of Odessa, visited here Sunday. Sitter, of Odessa township, was caller Friday. s Carrie Hoveland spent Thanks- with relatives in Fargo. Farrington attended to busi- in Correll Monday. Koeptke, of Milbank, trans- i Miss Hazel Finch and Mrs. Fred ] Mr, and Mrs. C. K Perkins arriveci Brown Jr., are assisting at the Vari-i in this city Tesday to take charge  ety Store for the holiday rush. i the sale at the Kollitz Mercantile Co., Misses Vivian and Elsie Martilso: i to be held during the next three weeks. pent 2hanksgiving with their siser, i Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kelly enter. Mrs. Nordquist at Montevideo. [tained Dr. and Mrs. Sparrow of Min- Mrs. J. Lichtwarck, of Redwoodl neapotis, and Mr. and Mrs. John Mar- Falls, is vis:ting at the home of her] tin, of Pine River., for Thanksgiving. sister, Mrs. F. M. Birkenmeyer. Carl Hasslen spent Sunday at hi: C. D. Harding left Tuesday evenip.g home here. Mr. Haslen is working for Chicago, where he was called by on a contract for the Carlson-Haslen the serious illness of his sister. I Contracting Co. of this city, at Sisse- Silas Weeding ,and brother-in-law, l ton, S. Dak. Mr. Kemmer, of Akron, attended to I Dr. Chas. Bolsta entertained at a business matters here Wednesday. i stag dinner Saturday evening. Covers here Wedne.Aay. A.E. Schafer writes that they ae: were laid fr nine guests. A portion Laura Michell returned to her! located at the present time at 408 So.i of the moose which the doctor captur- ied was served. at the University Sunday. i Third street, Yakima, WasbAngton. ! John Weeding, who has been farm- Olson attended to business Miss Loiva Dadson left Sunday for! ins land in Canada returned :o his in Minneapolis last week. I Johnson, where she will resume her l home in Akron for Thanksgiving and Olive Quarve, of Big Stone, l duties as teacher in the school there, t will stay here for sometime before re- with friends in this city. i R. G. Tyler, of Waterloo, Iowa is turning to Canada. Mrs. Ken Welch entertain-i xisiting at the G. C. Tyler home. Mr. Miss Helen Watson entertained sev- .  Tyler ll remain here until after the eral of her friends Wednesday eve- uests at Thanksgiving din- holidays, ning. The time was spent in 'eng Evans of Appleton pent John Knutsen and family, Mr. and on Christrmas gifts. Dainty refre:h- at the A. W. McLane! Mrs. Arne Langved and Mr. and Mrs. ments were served. Paul Rothi visited Sunday at the S. Rev. and Mrs. John Walseth return- Rourke spent Thanksgiv- Svor home. ed Wednesday from Montevideo, where with relatives in Minnea- AI Ostlind and Dr. D. M. O'Donnell they had been in attendance at a three left Tuesday morning by car, for Min- day conference of the Norwegian Lu- and Godfrey Nelson, of] neapolis, where they will spend sev- theran Church circuit. i tOWnship, are installing a radio l eral days. The supper and sale at the M. E. t Mrs. E. L. Eldred entertained Mr. Mbel Thorstensen pent[ and Mrs. Wm. Mullica and Mrs. Nellie church will be hehl Saturday, Decem- ng at her home in Monte- i Schotberg and daughter Geneveive, at her 9 and will begin at 5 o'clock. Plan dinner Friday to do some of your Christmas shop-- )nvil  chapter of the East_ I] Mrs. Bert Babbitt returned from ping there. Supper 40c. will elect officers }riday I Minneapolis, where she had been a Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Howland and patient at the Swedish Hospital for sons John and Wesley, of Little Fails, Martinson is assisrAng at I the past month, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. i Mrs. Raymond Busk, of Milan, spent Kaercher over Thanksgiving. Mrs. Store during the holiday Sunday vet the home of her mother, Howland is Mrs. Kaercher's sister. Utley and Miss Jessie Utley Mrs. E. Luff. Mrs. Busk wasformerly A program and pie social will be a at their home near Miss Haezl luff. held in district 33, Flday evening, De- Mr. and Mrs. R. U. Herzog enter- cember 15. Ladies please bring pie Mon" i d . I tained Mr Herzog's parents, Mr ad and forks for two. Everybody wel- uay n U e, a " . , .'. Mrs E Herzog, oI l racy, mn, attending to business t "" . come. Esther Hillstrom, teacher. J over Thanksgiving. . Randall Billings returned from .mrea ...... remrnea on  Mrs. F. X. McAttee. entertained. Miss Sioux City, Iowa, Tuesday. He has Sa .... h e "s t Rourke, Miss Thehn, M:s Persch and to Miss Hoveland at a three course d2n- u apms, w ere sn : .  been attending to business matters there in view of his change of location I4 h -  n riv':^ I ner" Sunday evening o a gre ..... u ,, , .... ' ...... 1 "- - .. to this city. He made the trip by car. w r " ars anny ai ecK reurnea Ivlon- e e Ortonvflle shoppers " . - . . day evening from La Cross, Wisconsin, Miss Ella Sanders of St. Cloud spent Thanksgiving here as a guest at the ,h .- q:bant- ,, I where she has been visiting ,her mother Rothwell home. Miss Sanders' bro- ' ............. -'for the past month ball game held here Fri- The Swedish Lutheran Ladies Aid I ther works in the post office. The Mickelson spent will meet at the parsonage on Satur- Sanders' are former O.rtonville people. Miss Eva Jacobson spent Thanks- at the A K. Olson home day afternoon, Dec. 9th. Everyone is giving at the home of her parents, most cordially invited. Ryer entertained sev- Grace F. Kaercher left Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacobson. Miss at a card party Wednes-night for St. Paul where she will Jaexson -is a student at St. Cloud i spend the rest of the week looking Normal. She returned to school Sun- J. J Purcell and Ray after business matters day. Miss Sylvia Lindgren left Sunday attended court at Mor- M]ildred lols entertained at a moose dinner Monday evening. Covers night for Hector, where she will re- sume her duties as teacher "in the Spink of Klngsly, Wis., w laid for eight. Bridge was play- Hector school. Miss Lindgren spent the home of her mather, 1 during the evening, her Thahksgiving vacation at her Miss Myrtle Luff resumed her duties home here. uist was the guest of her at the Pioneer Store Monday. Miss Miss Irene Warlord spent Thanks- during the Teacher's In- Luff was forced to tke a months va- . . cation because of illness. Saving at the home of her parents, Wendt of St. Cloud, spent Miss Ann Hallberg of'S Peter, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Warlord. She in this city attending to spent Sunday with frie]" here. She was accompanied by Miss Ina J4trven- was enroute to Bromon, where she en, who is also a student at St. Cloud. the surrounding towns is teaching, from Grheeville. . They returned to school Sunday. "Turkey Hop" held at the The Cnp Fire Gifts will give a Hall. C.W. Kollit left Monday for Min- Bazaar and twenty-five cent supper and Dewey Monday, neapolis, where he attended to busi- at the John Michell home, Saturday, Station, were Ortonville ness matters. He expecLq to return Dec. 16. The rids are making an the latter part of the week. effort to make this Bazaar ther first Petersou delightfully Miss Agnes Rogoshaska and Miss a success and will appreciate your pa- fTiends home from school Scott were entertained by Miss Eliza-] tronage. Remember the date, Decem- beth Morris at her home in Sisseon i ber 16. L: Whiting returned from S. Dak., over Thanksgiving. Earl Eaton, small son of Mr. and where she had It is reported that they have a Mrs. H. S. Eaton, of this city, was great deal of snow in the vicinity cf seriously injured when a knife with[ Clark attended a li- Fargo and hat it was ten below at which he was cutting some string at Montevideo the that place Tuesday morning, slipped and cut an rtery one-eighth of of the week. HarD" Petersen returned Tuesday an inch from his eye, He was given Staff and Miss Josephine afternoon from Spooner, Wis., where immediate medical attention and the Thanksgiving at the Dan I e in Clinton. 1 he had been spending Thanksgilng eye is healing nicely. with his parents. He made the trip by The Bremers write that they are n Eldred left Sunday for I auto. comfortably located at St. Petersburg, to resume her duties as Mr. and Mrs. Brewstad, Otto Menke Florida and are enjoying the wonder- school there , and Frank Miner, left Wednesday ful climate. Miss Alice Hare is with Ryer, Miss Vigen and norning by car for Minneapolis, where them and is conducting classe in dra- spent Thanksgiving at the they intend to locate. They have been I matic art. Miss Hare is well know Ryer's sister, in Belling- here for some time with Harding's 1 here a she has spent her summers on Orchestra. i the peninsula for many years. THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT "* PAGE i Ralph Gunderson returned Tuday! from Minneapolis, where he ha. been for the past few montlus. He w:.ll vii here for a few days before going to his home in Wheaton. H. O. Mills left Thursday mornin for Minneapolis, where he will .pend the winter if weathe conditions do not improve, if they do he will in all probabilities return to this city and spend more time at his cottage on the peninsula. Joe Leighton spent Sunday visiting with friends here. Mr. Leighton is operating the linotype for the New Citizen, the new daily paper at Monte- video. Homer Sigler, who was form- erly editor of the Ortonville Star is editor of the paper. Mr. and Mrs. A: W. Ptersn and small son are guests at the A. S. Campbell home. They will remain here until after the holidays. Mr. Pe- terson is looking for a location for a drug store, having recently sold his store in Roslyn, S. Dak. About vwenty young folks of Orton- ville and vicinity spent a very enjoy- able evening last Wednesday night at the Joe Ringer home near Odessa. The vening was spent in playing var- ious games and dancing. A dainty luncheon was served at mdnight. Mrs? L. A. Kaercher returned Fri- day from Benson, where she had spent Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Odney. She @as ac- companied home by Mrs. Harry Thor- ton and children, Frank and Elizabeth,] who spent the week-end at her home 1 Jot it down that we do the very best line of Commercial Printing and at reasonable prices. Give us your next t order and let us prove our assertion. 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