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PAGE 4 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, DECEMBER Make This a Furniture @ The family of Ralph Johnson was @ ,I, gram committee has CLINTON NEWS ] taken suddenly sick on Tuesday with ODESSA I I FOSTER  get up an especially ood @ ptomaine poisoning, caused apparent-   for this meeting. Everyone O. T. Harrison made a business trip ly by canned corn. Dr. Bergen was  John Henry returned from Hartley, Leon Carlson has been husking corn to attend. to the cities last week. called at once and medical aid admin- Iowa, on Thursday. for Eli Stotesbury the past week. I The Stephney Ladies Aid Mrs. W. L. Ross left on Wednesday istered. At last reports all were re- Elsie Poirier was a passenger to Austin Palmer was hauling corn for' Mrs. Win. Bower last to visit friends in Milbank. covering. Appleton on Wednesday. Ray Stegner several days this week. noon. There was a very Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Utley visited Dr. William E. Bohn delivered his friends in Clinton on Monday. lecture at the opera house on Thurs- The Ladies' Aid Society met Thurs- Mrs. Alfred Hamner ca}led at the (lanCeeveryonein spitehadof then goodblUStrY next meetin will be with M. J. Ryan made a)pmsiness trip to clay, December 8. This lecture was day afternoon with Mrs. Otto Gerber. A. J. Lawrence home last Wednesday. and Willmar the first of .ehe week. ;he second number on the Legion Miss Gertrude Lyon and Anna Ed- K.L. Stegner visited over Sunday Salmonsen, Thursday, the Lyceum course which is giving first quist were Ortonville callers Satur- at the home of his brother, R. T. Steg- cember. Mrs. C. King of Ortonville trans- class entertainment to the people of (lay. ner. acted bu:aess here on Tuesday. this locality. W.B. Wicklow of St. Paul was call-I Mr. and Mrs. Abel Eastman were The .'-. E. Ladies' Aid met in the The absence of our Sunday passen- ing on his patrons Wednesday fore- visitors at Harry Tripp's home Sun- Notice chur(h parlors last Wednesday. er train caused great disappointment neon. Idrs. Geo. Stern has been seriously to Clinton citizens who missed their Frank Karow, Jr., is going into the ill with pleuresy but is improving. Sunday morning mail. However, Post- E.N. Thomas of Seattle, Wash., for business "strong." He got ten Mrs. R. B. Fall came home from master Watkins and George Propp arrived Friday to visit his brother, J. skunks last week. the Graceville hospital on Saturday. drove to Ortonville and brought up F. Thomas. Lee Bower and Kenneth and Ray Mrs. Henry Fish of Ortonville vis- the mail by auto. It is hoped this ar- Wm. Schwandt of Washbu-N.., Stegner visited at John HuntsingeVs To MAN ited friends in Clinton on Saturday. rangement may be made perrnanent, arrived Saturday to visit relatives and home last Sunday. Ben Martinson, who has been very The annual M. E. church Bazaar friends in this icinity. Ethel Eastman, who has been visit- Farm sick the past twooweeks, is recovering. nd dinner was a grand success. The Woman's Missionary Society ing in Graceville with her sister, Mrs. Lines ' Little Margaret Haack visited over Fhanks to the liberal aid and patron- met at the home of Mrs. Frank Walter Kenelly, returned home Satur- Sunday at the Chris. Rasmussen age of members and friends. The Schuett on Wednesday p.m. I mount taken in altogether was in The Chicken Pie supper given at the' day. I am an expert home. Mr. and Mrs. John Peltier and ram- Mrs. Ed. Shoquist had her tonsils the neighborhood of $360.00. The La- (lies' of the Aid wish to thank all who Village Hall Friday evening by the I ily were dowu from Traverse county, phone lineman, removed at her home Wednesday helped to make the occasion success- Missionary Society was well attend- I to attend the Ladies Aid at Win. Bow- erly line morning, ful.  ed. ,ers' home. The Reading Circle will meet Mon- On Thursday, December 1, the Eas- G.B. Campbell went to St. Paul! There is a larger .9,nrollment in the the Northw clay, Dec. 12, at the home of Mrs. S. tern Star, held its annual business Friday evening and from there to Stephne" school this year than ever ephone Exchange D. Salvesen. meeting and elected officers as Cogswell, N. D., to take up work in before. There are about thirty-one Miss Ruddy of Barry has been a fellows: Worthy matron, Mrs. H. A. a store, pupils in regular attendance. On account OJ guest this week at the home of Mrs. Hewitt; Worthy Patron, Edwin Utley; Mrs. Emery VonEschen and chil- A large number of fmmers of this city of work Courtney Krook. Associate Matron, Mrs. W. L. Ross dren and Miss Mabel Hamm of 'Or- neighborhood attended the meeting of Geodfrcy Bergman has taken a po- Secretary, Mrs. T. K. Norton; Trees- tonville were the guests of Mrs. Roy the share holders of the Farmers Ele- C O m p a ny, I sition as assistant to Ferd Lewis in his uver, L. A. Larson; Conductress, Mrs. Rothe on Friday. pleased to take auto repair shop. L. A Larson; Associate Conductress A basket social will be given at vator at Beardsley last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Watkins visitext Mrs. G. M. Johnson. Distrist No. 19, known as the Kock I Mr. and Mrs. Mike Eastman went any jobs of farm to Ortonville last Wednesday, Novem- repairing g i v e n on Sunday in Pleasant Valley at the  -- - @" district, on December 16. Ladies please I ber 30. to attend the golden wedding this winter. home of Harry Hipple.  Northwest Almond  bring trimmed baskets.--Miss Cecelia/of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. hl. Trebil and children @ ...... Schwandt, teacher. / Mrs. Benjamin Stegner, Jr., enter- Call or Write visited at the Gardner home in Pleas- C.H. Jones made a business trip to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kolkman, son' rained a numb4 of her friends at a ant Valley, last Tuesday. Ortonville Monday. Ha'trey' and daughter Flrence' f rk party Saturday evening" A lunch William Ransom Hewitt, who has been liP- Arthur Dimberg made a business Bristol, S. D., arrived Friday fore- was served at midnight and everyone ing in Graceville is now located in a trip to Ortonville Tuesday. noon to take the midnight train for reparts a very enjoyable time. barbershop at Albee, S.D. Miss Myrtle Johnson spent Tuesday Bangor, Wis., to visit relatives. Mrs. Clinton, Minn. Mrs. Anna Sweezy is visiting at the night with Miss Isabel Hedin. Gust Stock of Odessa accampanied The Sunnyside Farmers' Club will home of her daughter, Mrs. John them. meet next Friday evening and the pro- The county nurse visited distlhcts Johnson in East Artichoke. twenty-eight and nineteen Monday. 0b$erved Americanization Week.- The families of Sells and NewelI of Ortonville visited on Sunday at the Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Ross and family Americanization Week was observed home of Mrs. C. W. Wheeler. spent Sunday at the Agard Hedin in the Odessa school the past week. The Ladies' Aid of the Big Stone home. Talks, readings, recitations, and pc- X' T'al Lutheran church will meet December Miss Mettle McCartney visited .at pers were given by the high school 15 at the home of Ole Jaeobson. the' Swan Erickson home last Wd- each morning, closing with the follow Will nesday night, ing public program given in the audi- "@ Wm. Spalinger went to Morris on STANDARD OIL AGENT Wednesday to attend a meeting of the Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Johnson and torium Friday afternoon, in which the entire school took part: March, by salesmen of the Standard Oil Co. family visited at the Hflrner Anderson Verna Rein; song, School; topics, high Clinton, Minnesota. home Sunday. school; song, Fr, eshmen; topics, Eighth Henry Morrill left last Friday for Lester Rosenlund ia'emping at the grade; song, high school; topics, 4th, W,ishes to announce that all his customers Owatonna where he will spend the winter at the' home of his brother.- Hunter cottage on Linden Beach with 5th, and 6th grades; talk, Superin- Milbank boys this weeE tendent DeGreef; song, school; Pri- get their gasoline, and kerosene barrels Clinton will play the first basket- Mr: and Mrh,,AXld : Qhnson and mary School Play5 song, Star Span- the S. & S. Garage, Clinton. ball game of the season with Belling- ham, on Friday night, December 9. Miss Olive Herin returned to their gled Banper. hoe in Willmr on Monday. ' Use RED CROWN Winter Gasoline The Ladies' Aid of the St. Pauli --Christmas Seals are on sate at Ty- church will meet at the home of Sam- Misses Edith Rasmussen and Mat tie And PERFECTION Kerosene , McCartney attended the teachers' let's Variety Store and both Drug uel Stern on Wednesday, December 14. I The Luther League met at the Nor- I meeting, held in the Clinton Hgh Stores. Buy them now lest you forget. . wegian church in town Sunday night. [School, last Saturday: A very interesting prograha was l . '2 O given. " / / CORRELL NEWS 1 Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sherman and Dr. ] @ and Mrs. Cras. Carl attended the Far- ] merS'saturdayClUbnight.at the Prior town ball last| entertainedKnollThe andSandridgeMr.bY andMr'Farmers'Mrs.and EarlMrs'ClUbMayn-PercyWaS 1 0 0 0 Satisfied (;ustomers Ed. Shoenrock, "the new blacksmith, ard at the home of their parents, Mr. is rooming and boarding at John and Mrs. M. L. Maynard, Friday eve- Green's until the arrival of his family nine. from Beardsley. Altho some members were detainei:l Firs00 Seven Days Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lewis gave a on account of cold weather there were dinner party at their home last Sun- about 75 people present. After the day. The duets were all relatives and regular businoss meeting and prograa numbered about 25. a bountiful lunch was served, consist- The Women's Auxiliary of the ing of the following: Baked chicken, American Legion held their regular creamed potatoes, cabbage salad, When they saw our prices folks yea neeting December 8 at the home of pumpkin pie, doughnuts, andwiches, Mrs. J.H. Erickson. pickles, coffee. The rest of the eve- that they were able to buy at Lower Mrs. Elias Gjengdahl is spending nine was spent in playing games and week at the home of her daughter, singing. In spite of these hard times than for several years. In order that at the week at the home of her daugh- everyone surely enjoyed themselves, dv ter, Mrs. Ferdie Lewis. -- ChrisCtmas time everyone may take a a A number of our local sportsmen Everyone seemed to enjoy the dance went fishing on Monday and met with a the Frizzel home Saturday even- fairly good luck as evidenced by sun- at the S. H. Frizzel home Saturday Of our low prices we are going to continu dry fish dinners next day. evening. A large number was pres- At about eleven o'clock a dainty lunch our sale until Chrigtmas. The members of the Swedish Luth- was served after which a few games eran church held their annual busi-wer-played and all returned to their Here and day.hess .meetingRefreshmentsin the wereChUrChserved.n Mon-respective homes. Buy Christmas Presents The W. C. T. U. has been invited to Mr. and Mrs. Cha.q. Barrie spent meet at the home of Mrs. L. A. Larson Sunday in Dawson. on Wednesday, December 14. All those Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Semrau were interested in the cause are welcame, passengers to Odessa Saturday. GUARANTEED GLASS OVENWARE Jack Anderson landed here on Mon- Mrs. Clarence Johnson returned day afternoon with his aeroplane home from Watertown Tuesday. Pie Plates 80c, reduced to .... 63c 7-in. Covered Casserole, reg. which he has stored in one of the County Fair buildings for the winter. Mrs. Mike Luchsinger was apas- $1.40 value, reduced to .... $1 Arnold Hewitt is home from Nas- sender to Appleton Wednesday. Cake Plates 60c, reduced to.. 49c Custard Cups 15c, reduced to : sau, having severed his connection Mrs. Pete Classen and Mrs. Splitz - with the First State Bank of that motored to Appleton Wednesday. Bread Pans 60c, reduced to.. 49e 8-in. Pudding Dishes, reg 95c place where he hadbeen employed for Win. Shepard, Louise Birk and Ruth the past year. motored to Ortonville Thurs-' A meeting of the rural school teach-day. Dunlap Cream Whips ...... .79 Ware ers was held at the Clintonschool Aluminum house on Saturday. These meetings Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hardkoph and are held in sectional districts to make family of Odessa spent Sunday wth NO. 2 U. Food Choppers $2.29 it more convenient for teachers all relatives in Correll. No. 2 Galvanized Tubs ..... 59 over the county to attend. Herbert Miller returned to his home Steel Screw Drivers ........... 19 Kettles, Fry Pans, Chas. Possarc, who has been visit- in Browns Valley Monday after spend- , , ing his family for the past two weeks ing a few days with, friends in Cor- Steel Nail Hammers ......... 33 Covered Sauce Pans, returned to the mechanical school roll. 6-inch Butcher KniveL. 9 Reg. price up to $1.75 H II at Farg n Mnday" His wife is Frdice and Chas" Hudsn' Lynn ' ' ' visiting this week in Clinton at the Woods and M. George pent Stlnday , home of Mrs. Win. Cha hunting near the Pomme de Terre t Mr. and Mrs. Chris . en. met. O'Cedar Dust Mops ....................  ..................................................... tertalned a number of tlir friends at Mrs. Axe! Johnson of Odessa spent 6-inch Combination Pliers ................... - ................................. J.,:U]['[''|'| if' a dinner at heir home last Friday a few days In Correll'last week visit" ................ ....... i lfolt,,' [lll.lfffff'aM'S:'  sq[s-' il g:.,l,t: ,glaugt..s Sve and Mabel 12-Quart Dah'y Pails .................................... .................. : ...... - ............... musso, wko left on Saturd f,$i T Johnson. , .............................. '][Ce Traps, B fiJr ..._,,..,,.,:.;ff....v:.;,,,  ----'r":'r:r'="Tr- home a r.lmo, No. . .:. 'i m.: O: in!:a::m... shown at the Clinton opera house, ing relatives. These are just a few of our many Saturday night December 10. This is Mr. and Mrs. A. A. DeWall and chin a splendid picture and those who have dren, Miss Maud Preston and Miss Eve oes at ut Prices. Chrigtmas I I Circulars Giving Our Very Low Prices Will be- Mailed You In a Few Days Furniture mal:,00s a most Satisbin00 Gift---a Lastin00 Giit---a Gift is always Appreciated. seen it in the cities will tell you Esther Lindquist spent Sunday at the not to miss it. H H. 'DeWall home in Appleton. Ortonville Hardware morning fo Stranraer, Saskatewan, --Win a prize. Read "Who's Who" Canada to look after his farm; inter- on page 2 of this issue. ests. He expects to be gone nearly  " two weeks. J.C. Bender-will fill the stmas Seals are on sale at Ty- pulpit next Sunday morning, in the ler's Variety Store and both Drug them now lest Make Ths a Furniture I I Chri00mas I Circulars Giving Our Very Low Prices Will be Mailed to You In a Few Days Furniture makes a most Satisfyin00 Gift---a Lasting Gift---a Gift that is always Appreciated. !he M.M 0 JOllrNS:O00, ........... rURNITuR[- (OMpANY THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT i , 1 " " @1 The family of Ralph Johnson was I@ t CLINTON NEWS l itaken sudden'ly sick on Tuesday with I ODESSA 1  - @}ptomaine poisoning, caused apparent- --  O. T. Harrison made a business trip]ly by canned corn. Dr. Bergan w:s. 1  John Haney returned from Hartley, to the cities last week. [ called at once and medical aid admi - I Iowa, on Thmsday. Mrs. W. L. Ross left on Wednesday] istered. At last reports all were re- Elsie Poirier was a passenger to to visit friends in Milbank. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Utley friends in Clinton on Monday. Appleton on Wednesday. The Ladies' Aid Society met Thin's- THURSDAY, DECEMBER , gram committee has I FOSTER | get up an especially [ood *l. for this meeting. Everyone Leon Carlson has been husking corn to attend. for Eli Stotesbury the past week. The Stephney Ladies Aid Austin Falmer was hauling corn for I Mrs. Win. Bower last Thul Ray Stegner several days this week. l noon. There was a very ] (lance in spite of the blus Mrs. Alfred Hamner ca}led at the l . had a -ood , . ,., ,  i an(t everyone g A J. Lawrence nome last we(mes(lav. . ":. ..,  ., I lleXL meetln: VI[t De VVlblt visited M. J. Ryan made asiness trip to Willmar the firut of ehe week. Mrs. C. King of Ortonville trans- acted bus:aess here on Tuesday. The :-. E. Ladies' Aid met in the church parlors last Wednesday. Mrs. Gee. Sten has been seriously ill with pleuresy but is improving. Mrs. R. B. Fall came home from the Graceville hospital on Saturday. Mrs. Henry Fish of Ortonville vis- ited friends in Clinton on Saturday Ben Martinson, who has been very sick the past two weeks, is recovering Little Margaret Haack visited over Sunday at the Chris. Rasmussen home Mrs. Ed. Shoquist had her tonsils removed at her home Wednesday morning. The Reading Circle will meet Men- clay, Dec. 12, at the home of Mrs. S. D. Salvesen. Miss Ruddy of Barry has been a guest this week at the home of Mrs. Courtney Krook. Geodfrey Bergman has taken a po- sition as assistant to Ferd Lewis in his auto repair shop. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Watkins visited on Sunday in Pleasant Valley at the home of Harry Hipple. Mr. and Mrs. AI. Trebil and children visited at the Gardner home in Pleas- ant Valley, last Tuesday. Ransom Hewitt, who has been liv- ing in Graceville is now located in a barbershop at Albee, S. D. Mrs. Anna Sweezy is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John lohnson in East Artichoke. The families of Sails and NewelI of Ortonville visited on Sunday at the home of Mrs. C. W. Wheeler. The Ladies' Aid of the Big Stone Lutheran church will meet December 15 at the home of Ole Jacobson. Win. Spalinger went to Morris on Wednesday to attend a meeting of the salesmen of the Standard Oit Co. Henry Morrill left last Friday for Owatonna where he will spend the winter at the' home of his brother. Clinton will play the first basket- ball game of the season with Belling- ham, on Friday night, December 9. The Ladies' Aid of the St. Pauli church will meet at the home of Sam- uel Steen on Wednesday, December 14. The Luther League met at the Nor- covering. Dr. William E. Bohn delivered his lecture at the opera house on Thurs- clay, December 8. This lecture was the second number on the Legion Lyceum course which is giving first class entertainment to the people of this locality. The absence of our Sunday passen- ger train caused great disappointment to Clinton citizens who missed their Sunday morning mail. However, Post- master Watkins and George Propp drove to Ortonville and brought up the mail by auto. It is hoped this ar- rangement may be made permanent. The annual M. E. church Bazaar and dinner was a grand success. Thanks to the liberal aid and patron- I age of members and friends. The! amount taken in altogether was in l the neighborhood of $360.00. The La-I (lies' of the Aid wish to thank all who helped to make the occasion success- ful. $ On Thursday, December 1, the Eas- tern Star, held its annual business meeting and elected officers a s fellows: Worthy matron, Mrs. H. A. Hewitt; Worthy Patron, Edwin Utley; Associate Matron, Mrs. W. L. Ross; Secretary, Mrs T. K. Norton; Treas- urer, L. A. Larson; Conductress, Mrs. L. A Larson; Associate Conductress, Mrs. G. M. Johnson. @. Northwest Almond I @ @ C. H. Jones made a business trip to Ortonville Monday. Arthur Dimberg made a business trip to Ortonville Tuesday. Miss Myrtle Johnson spent Tuesday night with Miss Isabel Hedin. The county nurse visited districts twenty-eight and nineteen Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Ross and family spent Sunday at the Agard Hedin home. Miss Mattie McCartney visited .at the' Swan Erickson home last Wd- nesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Hilme r Johnson and family visited at the Hil/ner Anderson home Sunday. Lester Rosenlund is:'emping at the Hunter cottage on Linden Beach with Milbank boys this wtd. Mr: and Mr,dA.x : ohnson and Miss Olive Hedin returned to their home in Willmar on Monday. Misses Edith Rasmussen and Mattie McCartney attended the teacher meeting, held in the ClintoR High School, last Saturday: dab' afternoon with Mrs. Otto Gerber. Miss Gertrude Lyon and Anna Ed- quist were Ortonville callers Satur- day. W. B. Wicklow of St. Paul was call- ing on his patrons Wednesday fore- ncon. E. N. Thomas of Seattle, Wash., arrived Friday to visit his brother, J. F. Thomas. Wm. Schwandt of Washbm-N.., arrived Saturday to visit relatives and friends in this icinity. The Woman's Missionary Society K. L. Stegner visited over Sunday iSalmonsen , Thursday, the at the home of his brother, R. T. Steg- october. her. Mr. and Mrs. Abel Eastman were visitors at Harry Tripp's home Sun- day. 'Frank Karow, Jr., is going into the for business strong. He got ten skunks last week. Lee Bower and Kenneth and Ray Stegner visited at John Huntsinger's home last Sunday. Ethel Eastman, who has been visit- ing in Graceville with her sister, Mrs. Walter Kenelly, returned home Satur- met at the home of Mrs. Frank Schuett on Wednesday p.m. i day" The Chicken Pie supper given at the I Mr. and Mrs. John Peltier and ram- Village Hall Friday evening by the ily were down from Traverse county, Missionary Society was well attend- to attend the Ladies Aid at Wm. Bow- ed. l ers' home. G. B. Campbell went to St. Paul I; There is a larger 9nrollment in the Friday evening and from there to' Stephne}" school this year than ever Cogswell, N. D., to take up work in!before. There are about thirty-one pupils in regular attendance. A large number of fmsmers of this neighborhood attended the meeting of the share holders of the Farmers Ele- vator at Beardsley last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Eastman went to Ortonville last Wednesday, Novem- ber 30. to attend the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Matthews. Mrs. Benjamin Stegner, Jr., enter- tained a numb of her friends at a rook party Saturday evening. A lunch was served at midnight and everyone reparts a very enjoyable time. The Sannyside Farmers' 'Club will meet next Friday evening and the pro- a store, chil- Mrs. Emery VonEschen and dren and Miss Mabel Hamm of 'Or- tonville were the guests of Mrs. Roy Rothe on Friday. A basket social will be given at Distrist No. 19, known as the Kock district, on December 16. Ladies please bring trimmed baskets.--Miss Cecelia Schwandt, teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kolkman, son I-Irvey, and daughter Florence, of Bristol, S. D., arrived Friday fore- noon to take the midnight train for Bangor, Wis., to visit relatives. Mrs. Gust Stock of Odessa accampanied them. Observed Americanization Week.-- Americanization Week was observed in: the Odessa school the past week. Talks, readings, recitations, and pa- pers were given by the high school each morning, closing with the follow- ing public program given in the audi- torium Friday afternoon, in which the entire school took part: March, by Verna Rein; song, School; topics, high school; song, Freshmen; topics, Eighth grade; song, high school; topics, 4th, 5th, and 6th grades; talk, Superin- tendent DeGreef; song, school; Pri- mary School Play3 song, Star Span- gled Banper. Christmas Seals are on sate at Ty- ler's Variety Store and both Drug Stores. Buy them now lest you forget. Notice To Farm Lines I am an expert phone lineman, erly line the Nort ephone Exchange On account city of work company, I pleased to take ca any jobs of farm repairing g i v e n this winter. Call or Write William Clinton, Minn. wegian church in town Sunday night. A very interesting progratn was given. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sherman and Dr. and Mrs. Cras. Carl attended the Far- mers' Club at the Prior town ball last Saturday night. Ed. Shoenrock, *the new blacksmith, is rooming and boarding at John CORRELL NEWS ,[ O The Sandridge Farmers' Club was entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Percy Knoll and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mayn- ard at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Maynard, Friday eve- Green's until the arrival of his family ning. from Beardsley. Altho some members were *detained Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lewis gave a dinner party at their home last Sun- day. The guets were all relatives and numbered about 25. The Women's Auxiliary of the American Legion held their regular zneeting December 8 at the home of Mrs. J. H. Erickson. Mrs. Elias Gjengdahl is spending week at the home of her daughter, the week at the home of her daugh- ter, Mrs. Fertile Lewis. A number of our local sportsmen went fishing on Monday and met with fairly good luck as evidenced by sun- dry fish dinners next day. The members of the Swedish Luth- eran church held their annual busi- ness meeting in the church on Mon- day. Refreshments were served. The W. C. T. U. has been invited to meet at the home of Mrs. L. A. Larson on Wednesday, December 14. All those interested in the cause are welcome. Jack Anderson landed here on Mon- day afternoon with his aeroplane which he has stored in one of the County Fair buildings for the winter. Arnold Hewitt is home from Nas- sau, having severed his connection with the First State Bank of that place where he hadbeen employed for the past year. A meeting of the rural school teach- ers was held at the Clinton school house on Saturday. These meetings are held in sectional districts to make it more convenient for teachers all on account of cold weather there were about 75 people present. After the regular business meeting and prograra a bountiful lunch was served, consist- ing of the following: Baked chicken, creamed potatoes, cabbage salad, pumpkin pie, doughnuts, mandwiches, pickles, coffee. The rest of the eve- ning was spent in playing games and singing. In spite of these hard times everyone surely enjoyed themselves. Everyone seemed to enjoy the dance at the Frizzel home Saturday even- at the S. H. Frizzel home Saturday evening. A large number was pres- At about eleven o'clock a dainty lunch was served after which a few games wer-played and all returned to their respective homes. Mr. and Mrs. Chmq. Barrie spent Sunday in Dawson. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Semrau were passengers to Odessa Saturday. Mrs. Clarence Johnson returned home from Watertown Tuesday. Mrs. Mike Luchsinger was a pas- senger to Appleton Wednesday. Mrs. Pete Classen and Mrs. S)itz- acer motored to Appleton Wednesday. Win. Shepard, Louise Birk and Ruth arrie motored to Ortonville Thurs-' day. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hardkoph and family of Odessa spent Sunday with relatives in Correll. over the county to attend. Herbert Miller returned to his home Chas. Possarc, who has been visit- in Browns Valley Monday after spend- ing his family for the past two weeks ing t few days with friends in Cor- returned to the mechan{eal school roll. .. at Fargo on Monday. His wife is Fordice and. Chas. Hudson, Lynn visiting this week in Clinton at the Woods and M. George spent Silnday home of Mrs, Win. Chas. hunting near the Ponmm de Terre Mr. and Mrs. Chris asmussa en- river. tertatned a aumber of tlilr friends at " Mrs. Axe! Johnson of Odessa spent a dinner at* heir home last Friday a few days in Correll" last week visit- Svea and Mabel wko left on Saturd f Johnson. . " ................... pglrmo, No. Dak. .:r.;, 'i Mrs.: 0." /infttgt!andi :taMl. - Fannie Hurst's great Novel, "Hu- tdrned f;:their home'i Ciknada gon- morestue," in motion picture.s, will be day after spending a few week visit- shown at the Clinton opera house, ing relatives. Saturday night December 10. This is Mr. and Mrs. A. A. DeWall and chil- a splendid picture and those who have dren, Miss Maud Preston and Miss seen it in the cities will tell you Esther Lindquist spent Sunday at the not to miss it. H H. DeWall home in Appleton. Rev. F. $. Johnston left on Monday --Win a prize. Read "Who's Who" morning fo Stranraer, Saskate, hewan, Canada to look after his farm'; inter- on page 2 of this issue. ests. He expects to be gone nearly,  " two weeks. J.C. Bender-will fill the I tmas Seals are on sale at Ty- pulpit next Sunday morning, in the ler's Variety Store and both Drug Stor Bu them now lest f Wm. Spallnge STANDARD OIL AGENT Clinton, Minnesota. Wishes to announce that all his customers get their gasoline and kerosene barrels the S. & S. Garage, Clinton. , Use RED CROWN Winter Gasoline And PERFECTION Kerosene 1000 Satisfied 13ust0mers Firgt Se00,00n Days When they saw our prices folks realized that they were able to buy at Lower than for several years. In order that at ChrisCtmas time everyone may take of our low prices we are going to contin# our sale until Chrigtmas. Buy Christmas Presents Here and SaVe GUARANTEED GLASS OVENWARE 7-in. Covered Casserole, reg. $1.40 value, reduced to .... $1 Custard Cups 15c, reduced to: 8-in. Pudding Dishes, reg 95c Pie Plates 80c, reduced to .... 63e Cake Plates 60c, reduced to.. 49e Bread Pans 60c, reduced to.. 49c Dunlap Cream Whips ....... 79 No. 2 U. Food Choppers $2.29 No. 2 Galvanized Tubs ..... 59 Steel S,rew Drivers ........... 19 Steel Nail Hammers ......... 33 6-inch Butcher KniveL. 39 Aluminum Ware Kettles, Fry Pans, Covered Sauce Pans, Reg. price up to $1.75 I I I O'Cedar Dust Mops .................... : ..................................................... 6-inch Combination Pliers ..................................................................... .. ......... ..o......o... ........ ..'.o....o .... . ....... . ..... ...o .... .oooo- -7-. ] '7 These are just a few of our many Everything goes at Cut Prices. Ortonville Hardware i PAGE 4 THE ORTONVlLLE INDEPENDENT 7 Make This a Furniture Circulars Giving Our Very Low Prices Will be Mailed You In a Few Days Furniture makes a most Satisfying Gift---a Lasting Giit---a Gift that is always Appreciated. M.M. CLINTON NEWS O. T. Harrison made a business tt to the cities last wk. Mrs. w. L. Ross left on to visit fMends in Milbk. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Utley friends in Clinton on Monday. M. J. Ryan made asiness trip to the first of 4te week. here on Tuesday. The T!, E. Ladies' Aid met in the church parlors last Wednesday. Mrs. Geo. Steen has been serious] ill with pleusy but is improving. Mrs, R. B. Fall came home he Graoeville hospital on Mrs. Henry Fish of Ortonville vis- Saturday. Ben Martinson, who has been very sick the past two. weeks, is eovering. Little Margaret Hak visited over Sunday at the chris. Rasmusn Mrs. Ed. Shoquist had her tonsils at her home Winesday The Reading elsie will day, Dee. 12, at the home of Mrs. $, D, Salvesem Miss Ruddy of Barry has been a guest this wk at the home Courthey Krook. Gdfre auto repair shop. on Sunday in Pleasant Vlley at the of Harry Hipple. ant Valley, last Tuesday. Ransom Hewltt, who has ing in Greville is now oeated in a barbershop at AIbee, S. D. Mrs. Anna Sweezy is visiting at the her daughter, Mrs. John 0rtonville slted on Sunday at th home of M C W. Wheeler. , The Ladies' Aid Of the Big Stone ehuh OIe Jobson. Win. Spalinger went to Wednesday to attend a mng of th Henry MonSll where he win spd the Snter at the home of hls brother. Clinton will play the first ball game of the eon with Belling- ham, on Fday night, Dember 9. The Idies' Aid of the SL Paul[ will meet at the home of $- town Sunday nlgkt. A very intesting progra given. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Shoran and Dr: and M. Cras. CarlattendedtheFar- me' Club at the Saturday vJghL The family of Ralph taken suddenly sick on Tuesday with ptomaine poisoning, caused appent- ly by canned . Dr. Bergan was called at once and medical aid dmin- tared. At last reports all were re- ,voting. Dr. William E. Bohn delivered hs opera house on (lay December 8. This the second vumber on the Legion ceum 'so w ic is "via s Ly corn h h gl pegple fir t The absence of our Sand .er train caused gat disappointment to Clinton citizens who missed gunday morning mail. However, post Watkins and George Prop :h.ove to Ol'tonville and brought u the mail by auto. It is hopl this ar The annual M. ]. ehuh and dinner was a gnand Thanks to the libelal aid and patron age of memhe and friends. The amount taken in altogelher was in the neighborhoad of $360.0O. , thlk all who helped $ On Thursday, December 1, the Eas- te Star, held its annual meetin E a n d elected officers Worthy matron, Mrs. H. A. Hewitt; Wm'thy Patron, Edwin Otley; Matron, Mrs. w. L. Ross; Score a y, Mrs T. K. Norton; Tress ur, I* A. [,arson; Conductts, L A Larson; Mrs. G. M. Johnson. I Northwest Almond @-- C. B. Jones made a business trip t OrtnnvlUe Monday. Dimherg made to Ortonville Tuesday. Miss Myrtle Johann spent Tuesday night with Miss Isabel edln. The eoury nurse vited districts twenty-eight and ninetn Monday. Mr. an6 Mrs. Fritz Ross and family the Agard llss Mattle McCartey he' Swan Erikn home aeay night. Mr and Mrs. Hilmer Johnson an mily visited at the Hier Andero home Stulay. Hanter ttag, Milhor.k bo this E Olive Hedln turned to n Willmar oa Monday. Misses Ed th Rasmusn and Mattie McCartney attended the feathers  meeting, held in the Clinic m High School, It Saturday,. CORRELL NEWS ' Sandrldge Far' Club v{ entertaisd by Mr. and Mrs. Percy Knoll and Mr. d Mrs. arl Msyn- ard at the home of their parts, Mr, is rooming and boaldlng at am[ Mrm M. L. Maynard. Fday eve- Green's until the aival of big fil n]ng. m Beardsley. Altho Mr. and M Vietor Lewis gave * n coxmt of c 1 inner party at their home about 75 people prent. After th day. The gaets were all relatlves d business meeting and program numbered about 2 ,I lunch w rved, eonsb ing of the folbwlng: Baked chicken. eream*d potatoes, cabbage salad, pumpkin pie, doughnuts, andwiehes, piekles coffee. The rest of ning w spent in playing games and singing. In spite of th hard thnes suly enjoyed themIv. The Women's AiIiary of the American Legion held their gular etng December 8 at the Mrs. Elias Gjentsdahl is spending week at the ho of her daughter. the k at the hme of her daugh- ter. Mrs Fondle Lewis. A number of our lal sportsmen went fishing on Monday and met with fairly oI luck m evidenced b dry fish dinne next day. The members of the bold their annual busi- ness mng i the ehuh on Mon- day. Refreshments we ed. The W. C. T. U. has been invited to on Wednesday. Jack Andeon landed here ay afteoon with his roplam which he ha stored in One County Fair buiIding Aold Hewltt is ome from Nas- sau, having severed' bls with the Ft State Ba place whe he had been employed for the past year. A meeting of the ral hool teh- e w held at the Clinton hl house attend. Chu. Possa. who has been visl- ag hb family for the past two wk* turned to the meehanal hl at Fargo n, Monday. H| f is dsitlng this wk in Clinton at the hame of Mr W Cha. . Mr. gi M. Chri i at tlmlr ham. last Fdd Everyone seemed to enjoy the dan at the'Frlzl home Saturday even- at the S. H. Frizzel he Stwday evening. A large ;y lunCh a few games wrtf]aysd and all turned to their raspstire homes. Mr and Mrs. Chas. Barde spent Sunday in Dawn. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Semr pasngers to Odessa saturday. Mrs. Clanee Johnson Mrs. Mike Lachsing, r to Appleton Wednesdsy. Mrs. Pete Clan and Mrs. S'pitz- meer motored to Appleton Wednesday. Win. Shepasd, Loul Birk and Ruth hurs- dar, and M Cl Hardkoph and family of Odessa spent Sunday wth elatlvu in CarrolL Herbert Miller returned to bls ome in Brows Valte anday %r spend- ing  f days wlt dtads in Ca roll. Woads ad M. George !ml htmtlng nvar the rlv. M. tel lolmn of Odm pent ad Faanie Hwet'a great NoeL moresque," in motion 4 .u% will b sh at the Cliton opera hoe, Saturday night December 10. Thi is a aphndld picture and tho who hae eeen it in the dtim will tell not to mlu i Rev. F.I.Johutten left on Monday morning fok Straer, Saakatcawan, Canada t lk fter Ms farmdnter- ta. He expects to be gone nearly two weeks. J.C. Bdvlll fill the plFit nt Sunday rning, in the pastor's abHn day after spending a few  visit. lag [atvem Mr. and 14ra. A. A. DeWaR anti ehil- dn, Mba ud Preston and Mils Esther Lindqutst pnt Simday at the H H.IDaWIdl home in Applies. --Win a prlz Read "Who' Who" ler'$ Variety Stor StorL Buy them n lest you forgt. I I ODESSA [ FOSTER espeeiau _ -- i -- ting. Eve rtle I Leon CatDon has been husking corn:to atted. John Haney turned from Ha Y'I " " Iowa on Thursday. fe r bll Stetesbury the pas week Th e Ste mey Lacli .'. . . .... in a erw. s aun on o, ,. 'n,. :o "ms x '] tlil, nP'r'e; as :P ........... [R A, S g P'::ve r : d,.slth e,:ek f. i.' There ea*l a t.e,y , pp e o on oes, y. i " e dance n spRe of the hlu ......... 'Aid S ............... -] ..... ................ a:dat th !and c, erl .............. dav afternoon with Mls. Otto ell'. A, a. Lawrence home last e esday,[ next meeting il/ be with bliss Gertrude Lyon and Anna Ed- K L. Stegnel. visiled over Sundax Sa/monsen. Thursda}, callers Satur a he home of ills brother R.T. Steg- ,lay .qnist were Ortenville net, ....... k .................... toran(l rS.,y T "pp home ng o/ his patrons Wednelay fore /vl" , a rl s day. T --o __ [ "F ............ " ....... i .......... _IN 0tlCe E N Thom o Seat le Wash for business "stlnL.*' He got arrived Friday to visit hs brotheh J.I skunks last week. . Thomas. ---- [ L Bower d Kenneth Win. 8chwandt of Washb, N. D., n this icinity. Ethel Eastman, who has been visit The Woman's Missionary Societal lug in (;reville with her sster, Mrs met at the home nf Mrs. Frank WalterKenelly Schuett on Wednday p.m. ' day ' The CNeken Pie supper given at the l Mr. and Mrs. : Village Hall Friday evemng by the fly were down from Traverse county, Missionary Society was well attend- I G. B. Cpbell went to St. Paul lers' home. Friday evening and from there toStephne  chool ear than ever ogswell, N. D., to take ap work m lbefam" Thorn are upiIs in rega ar a endan. Mrs. Emery VonEsehen and chiI-I A large number of farmers ef this Mabel Harem of Or-I neighborhno d attendl the meeting the guests of Mrs. Roy[ vator at Beardsley It Saturday. A basket sial will be given at Mr. d Mrs. [st ist Na 19, knawn as the Kk to Ortnille last Wednesday, Nnvem- dlstrlet, on De.tuber 16. Ladle* please bet 30. to attend the golden wedding bring Schwadt, teacher. Mrs. Benjamin Stegner, Jr., enter- Mr. and Mrs, Fred Kolkman. son a num of her friends at a l/ey, and daaghter Flounce, of rook pary Saturday avening. A lunch Bristol. S. D., arved Friday fo- enJoyuble m Bangor. Wis., to visit latives. Mrs. The Sunnyside Faers' Club will Gust Stock of Odessa accompanied neet next Friday evenlng and the pro- them. 9bservsd Ameneaitatlon Week-- A.dcaniatlon the past week Talks, adin, recitations, and pa- W m ve we given by the high each morning, dosing ing I :o Fday afternaon, in which th entie sehooI took part: March, b Vea Rein; song. School; fogies, bgh! hool; song. Fhmen; topics, Eighth grade; song. high school; topics. th. 5th, d 6th grades; talk, Superin- school; --christmas Seals are on sale at Ty- ler's Variety St and both Drag Sto Buy them now lest you forget. To MANAGERS Lines I am phone lineman, erly line ephone Exchange On account ciU company, any jobs of faftn repairing given this winter. Call or Write William Clinton, Mian. STANDARD OIL AGENT Clinton, Minnesota. Wishes to annotmce t get their gasoline and the S. & S. Garage, Clinton. , Use RED CROWN Winter Gasoline And PERFECTION Kerosene 1000 Satisfied Customers First Seven Days When they saw our prices folks that they were able to buy at Lower than for several years. In order that at Chrig'tmas time everyone may take of our low prices we are going to our sale until ChrisCtmas. Buy Christmas Presents Here and GUARANTEED GLASS OVENWARE Pie Plates 80c, reduced to.... 63c 7-in. Covered Casserole $1.40 value, Cake Plates 60c, reduced to.. 49c Custard Cups 15c, reduced to Bread Pans 60c, reduced to.. 49c 8-in. Pudding Dishes, reg 95c' Dunlap Cream Whips.....: .79 I No. 2 U. Food Choppers. $2.29 I No. 2 Galvanized Tubs.....59 l Steel Screw Drivers .......... 19 l Steel Nail Hammers : ........ 33 1 @inch Butcher Knives..- ,89 [ Aluminum Ware Kettles, Fry Pans, Reg. price ut 6-ine: : I s These are just a few of our many Everything goes at Cut Prices. Ortonville Hardware PAGE 4 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, DECEMBIIt Make This a Furniture I ChriStmas Circulars Giving Our Very Low Prices Will be- Mailed to You In a Few Days Furniture makes a most Satisfyin00 Gift---a Lasting Gift---a Gift that is always Appreciated. O. T. Harrison made a business trip to the cities last week. Mrs W. L. Ross left on Wednesday to visit friends in Milbank. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Utley visited friends in Clinton on Monday. M. J. Ryan made a )rosiness trip to Willmar the first of he week. Mrs. C. King of Ortonville trans- acted bus:hess here on Tuesday. The :!. E. Ladies' Aid met in the church parlors last Wednesday. Mrs. Geo. Sten has been seriously ill with plem'esy but is improving. Mrs. R. B. Fall came home from the Graceville hospital on Saturday. Mrs. Henry Fish of Ortonville vis- ited friends in Clinton on Saturday Ben Martinson, who has been very sick the past two weeks, is recovering Little Margaret Haack visited over Sunday at the Chris. Rasmussen home. Mrs. Ed. Shoquist had her tonsils removed at her home Wednesday morning. The Reading Circle will meet Mon- clay, Dec. 12, at the home of Mrs. S. D. Salvesen. Miss Ruddy of Barry has been a guest this week at the home of Mrs. Courtney Krook. Geodfrey Bergman has taken a po- sition as assistant to Ferd Lewis in his auto repair shop. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Watkins visited on Sunday in Pleasant Valley at the home of Harry Hipple. Mr. and Mrs. Al. Trebil and children visited at the Gardner home in Pleas- ant Valley, last Tuesday. Ransom Hewitt, who has been liv- ing in Graceville is now located in a barbershop at Albee, S. D. Mrs. Anna Sweezy is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John lohns'n in East Artichoke. The families of Sails and NewelI of Ortonville visited on Sunday at the home of Mrs. C. W. Wheeler. The Ladies' Aid of the Big Stone Lutheran church will meet December 15 at the home of Ole Jacobsen. Win. Spalinger went to Morris on Wednesday to attend a meeting of the salesmen of the Standard Oil Co. Henry Morrill let last Friday for Owatonna where he will spend the winter at the' home of hiz brother. Clinton will play the first basket- ball game of the season with Belling- ham, on Friday night, December 9. The Ladies' Aid of the St. Pauli , church will meet at the home of Sam- uel Steeu on Wednesday, December 14. The Luther League met at the Nor- wegian church in town Sunday night. A very interesting progratu was given. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sherman and Dr. and Mrs. Cras. Carl attended the Far- mers' Club at the Prior town ball last Saturday night. Ed. Shoenroek, 2he new blacksmith, is rooming and boarding at John Green's until the arrival of his family from Beardsley. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lewis gave a dinner party at their home last Sun- day. The suets were all relatives and numbered about 25. The Women's Auxiliary of the American Legion held their regular neeting December 8 at the home of Mrs. J. H. Eriekson. Mrs. Elias Gjengdahl is spending week at the home of her daughter, the week at the home of her daugh- ter, Mrs. Ferdie Lewis. A number of our local sportsmen went fishing on Monday and met with fairly good luck as evidenced by sun- dry fish dinners next day. The members of the Swedish Luth- eran church held their annual busi- ness meeting in the church on Mon- day. Refreshments were served. The W. C. T. U. has been invited to meet at the home of Mrs. L. A. Larson on Wednesday, December 14. All those interested in the cause are welca,me. Jack Anderson landed here on Mon- day afternoon with his aeroplane which he has stored in one of the County Fair buildings for the winter. Arnold Hewitt is home from Nas- sau, having severed his connection with the First State Bank of that place where he hadbeen employed for the past year. A meeting of the rural school teach- ers was held at the Clinton school house on Saturday. These meetings are held in sectional districts to make it more convenient for teachers all over the county to attend. Chas. Possare, who has been visit- ing his family for the past two weeks returned to the mechanical school at Fargo on Monday. His wfe is visiting this week in Clinton at the home of Mr Win. Cha Mr. and Mrs. Chris lasmussen en- tertained a tmmber of Ctr friends at a dinner at TJaeir home last ,Friday h]o,? ' f MW/ar "s. qtmmu nt- musse who left on Saturday fqii] home at glrmo, No. ;Dak. ",, Fannie Hurst's great Novel, "Hu- moresque," in motion picture., will be shown at the Clinton opera house, Saturday night December 10. This is a splendid picture and those who have seen it in the cities will tell you not to miss it. Rev. F. ft. ffolmgton left on Monday morning foi: Stranraer, Saskatchewan, Canada to look after his farm '; inter- ests. He expects to be gone nearly two weeks. J.C. Bender.will fill the pulpit next Sunday morning, in the pastor' absence. The family of Ralph Johnson was @ taken suddenly sick on Tuesday with [ ODESSA 1 ptomaine poisoning, caused apparent- @  ly by canned corn. Dr. Bergan wasl  John Haney returned from Hartley, called at once and medical aid admin-- I Iowa, on Thursday. istered At last reports all were re-  .....  " I lSle rOlrler was a pmsenger o covering. ]Appleton on Wednesday. Dr. William E. Bohn delivered his] lecture at the opera house on Thurs- The Ladies Aid Society met Thurs- clay, December 8. This lecture was the second number on the Legion Lyceum course which is giving first class entertainment to the people of this locality. The absence of our Sunday passen- ger train caused great disappointment day afternoon with Mrs. Otto Gerber. Miss Gertrude Lyon and Anna Ed-i quist were Ortonville callers Satur- (lay. I,. gram committee has I FOSTER  get up an especially :ood I. for this meeting. Everyone Leon Carlson has been husking corn to attend. for Eli Stotesbury the past week. t The Stephney Ladies Aid Austin Palmer was hauling corn for i Mrs. Win. Bower last Ray Stegner several days this week. noon. There was a very Mrs. Alfred Hamner called at the dance in spite of the blustrY and every'one had a good A. J. Lawrence home last Wednesday. i mxt meeting will be with K. L. Stegner visited over Sunday Salmonsen, Thmsday, the at the home of his brother, R. T. Steg- october. her. to Clinton citizens who missed their Sunday morning mail. However, Post- master Watkins and George Propp drove to Ortonville and brought up the mail by auto. It is hoped this ar- rangement may be made permanent. The annual M. E. church Bazaar and dinner was a grand success. Thanks to the liberal aid and patron- age of members and friends. The amount taken in altogether was in the neighborhood of $360.00. The La- dies' of the Aid wish to thank all who helped to make the occasion success- ful. .0 On Thursday, December 1, the Eas- tern Star, held its annual business meeting and elected officers a s fellows: Worthy matron, Mrs. H. A. Hewitt; Worthy Patron, Edwin Utley; Associate Matron, Mrs. W. L. Ross; Secretary, Mrs. T. K. Norton; Treas- urer, L. A. Larson; Conductress, Mrs. L. A Larson; Associate Conductress, Mrs. G. M. Johnson. W. B. Wicklow of St. Paul was call-I Mr. and Mrs. Abel Eastman were ing on his patrons Wednesday fore- visitors at Harry Tripp's home Sun- ncon. day" 1 Northwest Almond I C. H. Jones made a business trip to Ortonville Monday. Arthur Dimberg made a business trip to Ortonville Tuesday. Miss Myrtle Johnson spent Tuesday night with Miss Isabel Iedin. The county nurse visited districts twenty-eight and nineteen Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Ross and family spent Sunday at the Agard Hedin home. Miss Mattie McCartney visitedat the' Swan Erickson home last Wed- nesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Johnson and family visited at the HiIfiaer Anderson home Sunday. Lester Rosenlund i:'emping at the Hunter cottage on Linde ,Beach with Milbank boys this weel. Mr: and Mr :, ohnson and Miss Olive Hedin returned to their home in Willmar on Monday. Misses Edith Rasmussen and Mattie McCartney attended the teachers' meeting, held in the  Clinto High School, last Saturday. . ,, :- . ] CORRELL 00EWS O E. N. Thomas of Seattle, Wash., arrived Friday to visit his brother, J. F. Thomas. Washburn,- --'-'N. D., Win. Schwandt of arrived Saturday to visit relatives and friends in this Mcinity. The Woman's Missionary Society met at the home of Mrs. Frank Schuett on Wednesday p. m. The Chicken Pie supper given at the Village Hall Friday evening by the Missionary Society was well attend- ed. G. B. Campbell went to St. Paul Friday evening and from there to 5ogswell, N. D., to take up work in a store. Mrs. Emery VonEschen and chil- dren and Miss Mabel Hamm of 'Or- tonville were the guests of Mrs. Roy Rothe on Friday. A basket social will be given at Distrist No. 19, known as the Kock district, on December 16. Ladies please bring trimmed baskets.--Miss Cecelia Schwandt, teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kolkman, son Hrvey, and daughter Florence, of Bristol, S. D., arrived Friday fore- noon to take the midnight train for Bangor, Wis., to visit relatives. Mrs. Gust Stock of Odessa accompanied them. Observed Americanization Week. :&mericanization Week was observed in: the Odessa school the past week. Talks, readings, recitations, and pa- pers were given by the high school each morning, closing with the follow- ing public program given in the audi- torium Friday afternoon, in which the entire school took part: March, by Verna Rein; song, School; topics, high school; song, Freshmen; topics, Eighth grade; song, high school; topics, 4th, 5th, and 6th grades; talk, Superin- tendent DeGreef; song, school; Pri- mary School Playi song, Star Span- gled Banter. Christmas Seals are on sate at Ty- ler's Variety Store and both Drug Stores. Buy them now lest you forget. Frank Karow, Jr., is going into the for business "strong." He got ten skunks last week. Lee Bower and Kenneth and Ray Stegner visited at John Huntsinger's] home last Sunday. ] Ethel Eastman, who has been visit- ing in Graceville with her sister, Mrs. Walter Kenelly, returned home Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs, John Peltier and fam- ily were down from Traverse county, to attend the Ladies Aid at Wm. Bow- ers' home. There is a larger enrollment in the Stephne" school this year than ever before. There are about thirty-one pupils in regular attendance. A large number of farmers of this neighborhood attended the meeting of the share holders of the Farmers Ele- vator at Beardsley last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Eastman went to Ortonville last Wednesday, Novem- ber 30. to attend the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Matthews. Mrs. Benjamin Stegner, Jr., enter- tained a numb of her friends at a rook party Saturday evening. A lunch was served at midnight and everyone reparts a very enjoyable time. The Sunnyside Farmers' Club will neet next Friday evening and the pro- N To Farm Lines The Sandridge Farmers' Club as entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Percy Knoll and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mayn- ard at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Maynard, Friday eve- ning. Altho some members were 'detained on account of cold weather there were about 75 people present. After the regular business meeting and progra a bountiful lunch was served, consist- ing ofthe following: Baked chicken, creamed potatoes, cabbage salad, pumpkin pie, doughnuts, andwiches, pickles, coffee. The rest of the eve- ning was spent in playing games and staging. In spite of these hard times everyone surely enjoyed themselves. Everyone seemed to enjoy the dance at the Frizzel home Saturday even- at the S. H. Frizzel hme Saturday evening. A large number was pres- At about eleven o'clock a dainty lunch was served after which a few games wereplayed and all returned to their respective homes. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Barrie spent Sunday in Dawson. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Semrau were passengers to Odessa Saturday. Mrs. Clarence Johnson returned home from Watertown Tuesday. Mrs. Mike Luehsinger was a pas- senger to Appleton Wednesday. Mrs. Pete Classen and Mrs. SpitZ- acer motored to Appleton Wednesday. Win. Shepard, Louise Birk and Ruth arrie motored to Ortonville Thurs-' day. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hardkoph and family of Odessa spent Sunday with Telativ in CorrelL Herbert Miller returned to his home in Browns Valley Monday after spend- I am an expert phone lineman, erly line the Northwestern ephone Exchange On account of city of work company, I pleased to take any jobs of fartn repairing g i v e n this winter. Call or Write William Clinton, Mi. r Wm. Spallnge STANDARD OIL AGENT Ointon, Minnesota. Wishes to announce that all his customers get their gasoline, and kerosene barrels the S. & S. Garage, Clinton. , Use RED CROWN Winter Gasoline And PERFECTION Kerosene 1000 Satisfie( l ;ustomers Firs00 Sev(00n Days ins t few days with. friends in Cor- roll. ., Fordice and Chas. Hudson, Lynn Woods and M. George pent Stmday hunting near the Pomme 4e,Terre river. Mrs. Axe! $ohnson of Odeua spent a few days in Correll  last week .visit- Johnson. When they saw our prices folks that they were able to buy at Lower than for several years. In order that at ChrisCtmas time everyone may take of our low prices we are going to contin# our sale until Chrifftmas. Buy Christmas Presents Here and GUARANTEED GLASS OVENWARE 7-in. Covered Casserole, reg. 1 $1.40 value, reduced to .... $ Custard Cups 15c, reduced to: 8-in. Pudding Dishes, reg 95c Aluminum Ware Kettles, FryPans, Covered Sauce Pans, Reg. price up to $1.75 Pie Plates 80c, reduced to .... 63c Cake Plates 60c, reduced to.. 49c Bread Pans 60c, reduced to.. 49c Dunlap Cream Whips .....  .79 No. 2 U. Food Choppers. $2.29 No. 2 Galvanized Tubs ..... 59 Steel Screw Drivers ........... 19 Steel Nail Hammers ......... 33 6-inch Butcher KniveL..39 l II I O'Cedar Dust Mops ......... . .......... - ..................................................... 6-inch Combination Pliers .... ..................... , ......... =.. ............................. . ......... o.....o...o... ........ . .... ....o .... ..... .o ..... .o.o.ooo.oo-" trned Ta"their home' tfi CanMa ]Mon ..... I ,, day after spending a few week visit- , ': ' ' ins relatives These are lust a few of our many Mr. and Mrs. A. A. DeWall and chil- dren, Miss Maud Preston and Miss Everything goes at Cut Prices. Esther Lindquist spent Sunday at the H H./DeWail home in Appleton. Win a prize. Read "Who's Who" on page 2 of this issue. tmas Seals are on sale at Ty- let's Variety Store and both Drug Store Buy them now lest you forget. 0rtonville Hard,00are