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Ortonville, Minnesota
December 21, 1922     The Ortonville Independent
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December 21, 1922

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PAGE 2 @ @' 1 CORRELL NEWS 1 O School closed Friday for a two week's vacation. Oscar Bakke was a passenger to Appleton Monuay.. Ed. Birk was a business caller in Ortonville Saturday. Mrs. Chas. Hudson was an Appleton shopper Wednesday. Jim Heggie was a passenger to Minneapolis Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Johnson were callers in town Sunday afternoon The high school kids gave a party in the school "gym" Friday evening. Lucile Hudson and Ada Bottge ar- rived home from Minneapolis Thurs- day. The Christmas program will be giv- en at the school "Gym" Thursday eve- ning. Lesa Birk and Charlotte Carlson at- tended the dance in Appleton Friday zght. Mrs Otto Gutknecht and Mrs. Fred Hanes autoed to Appleton Friday af- ternoon. Mrs. Chris Bakke and Mrs. Melvin Olson were passengers to Appleton Saturday. Mrs. Chas. Barie and Mrs. Christ Bottge were Appleton shoppers be- tween trains Saturday. Jim Lowe was a passenger to Min- neapolis Monday night, where he in- tends to spend a much needed vaca- tion. Bernice Hudson and Bernice Scott returned from Bellingham to spend their ,acation at the formers home here. Lynn Woods was taken to the Ap- leton hospital Sunday, where he un- erwent an opvrstl;i0n or a serious ae of appendicitis, l| he Correll Shipping Association I I shipped a load of stock Monday and[| on Thursday Edward Vaughan accom-L| panied the first shipment. I| Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sommers, of Isa-[| bel, S. D., arrived Friday night to/| spend the winter with the latter's par- I | ents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Luchsinger. ]| !/I SUNNYSIDE Wedding Bells are ringing in this l| community. Melvin Kvatum is at present work- ing for Jack Morris. Ed. Douglas was a business caller in Beardsley Wednesday. Frank Thompson called at the Ale Paulson home Sunday. Mrs. John Skundberg was a visitor at Olaf Fossens Monday. Harry Thompson called at the Chas. Bergstrom home Saturday. Melvin Fososen has been working for George Ellis the last few day. Ale Paulson has been hauling corn from John Hamner's the past week. John Bernardy, of Bonanza, has in- stalled a radio receiving outfit in his home. Miss Evelyn Haanen, of Beardsley, spent the week end at the home of Miss Fossen. The SpolXsmen of Graceville are planning on a rabbit hunt at Foster in the near futme. Everet Wilkie returned home Sun- day from Beardsley/-where he has been picking corn. Joe Paulson moved into the Chas. Matthews farm last week. He will keep a bachelors hall. A number of the young folks attend- .ed the pie social given at Golden Prairie Saturday evening. Miss Alice Fossen returned home from North Dakota the last of the week. She has been teaching there. there. @ , AKRON NEWS , Ed. Schmidt called on Martin Pear- son Friday. Adolph Maus was a Correll caller one day this xeek. ][L Schmeichel delivered a load of hogs to town Monday. Gust Henkleman delivered a load of hogs to Correll Monday August Radmer was a pleasant call- er in Correll one day this week. Max Schmeichel called on his bro- ther Henry, one day this week. Christ Fetch called on Roy and Shirley Larson one day this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Holgerson were unday callers at Martin Pearson's. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Hein were Or- onvtlle callers Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. L. W. Larson was helping Mrs. Schrneichel with picking geese one day this week. i MAY YOURS BE A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS A N D MAY THE N E W YEAR BRING HAP- PINESS. IOM /IMM[RMAH Proprietor of Yellow- stone Cafe Correll, Minm Herman and Ed. Hein were call ers at the Bill Guse home Monday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Radmer and daughter Emma, were Correll shop- pers Friday. Oscar Krier and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wolfmeyer were Ortonville shoppers Tuesday. Rib.hard Schmeichel and family and Mrs. Anton Klages were Ortonville shoppers Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Governor and Mrs. L. W. Larson went to Ortonville Wednesday to have some dental work done Mr .and Mrs. Adolph Ienkleman and Mrs. K. R. Long went to Appleton to do some Christmas shopping Wed- nesday Mrs. Fred and Lens Henkleman and Mrs. G. Pansch were assisting Mrs. G. Henkleman in picking Geese and turkeys one day this week --You can select "Just the Article" at Palm's. Step in to see the new line of hand painted china, and the im- ported line of beads, pendants and nu- merous articles just received. THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENr Leonard Hanson left for Colora( on Tuesday. The Reporter wishes all readers a Merry Christmas. Win. and F. A. Schultz hauled hogs to Appleton Monday. A. D. Schendel, of Minneapolis, call- ed at Artichoke last Friday. Wm. Grube and Wilhelm Nelson called at Drywood over Sunday Oscar Christenson left for Oak Har- bor, Washington, Monday, taking the flyer from Appleton. Have you joined the Night Hawk Radio Listening-In Club of Kansas City ? Better do so and get a Cow Bell ring. I A. Larson hung up a wire by bot- tles from H. C. Christenson's wind mill Saturday evening and heard At- lanta, Georgia. --If you are particular--step into Palm's and look over the largest dis- play of "Gift" jewelry and hand paint- ed Bavaria China that has ever been shown in Ortonville. BRIGHT AND HAPPY CHRISTMAS GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES FOR THE COMING YEAR. VAUGHN Hardware Correll, Minn. The Korner Kafe WISHES ALL A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND 365 DAYS HAPPINESS FOR THE NEW YEAR Potter & Gowan Ortonville, Minn. Officers and Directors of the Farmers Equity Exchange of Correll, Minn. WISH ITS PATRONS THE VERY MERRIEST CHRISTMAS AND ONLY THE VERY BRIGHTEST NEW YEAR. PATRONAGE ACCORDED TH E ELEVATOR IN THE PAST HAS BEEN GREATLY APPRECIATED AND WE TRUST THAT BY OUR METHOD OF BUSINESS WE HAVE WARRANTED YOUR PATRONAGE ,DURING 1923--WHICH WE ANTI- CIPATE. II Ill EXTENDING THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON AND WISHING YOU A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR, ,  : ,, C. BOTTGE GENERAL MERCHANDISE CORRELL, MINN. I WISH YOU ALL A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR AND HOPE THAT THE YEAR WILL BRING YOU MANY BLESS- INGS AND MUCH PROSPER- ITY. JAOB IUCHSING[R Correll, Minn. WITH MOST CORDIAL GREETINGS OF THE HOLI- DAY SEASON, WE EXTEND TO YOU OUR SINCERE WISH THAT HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY MAY ATTEND YOU ABUNDANTLY THRU- OUT THE NEW YEAR. first state Bank Correli, Minn. Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $37,500.00 G. F. CASHMAN, President J. ]3. CREGAN, Cashier Farm Loans, Insurance and General Banking WITH KINDEST THOUGHTS AND BEST WISHES FOR CHRISTMAS AND TI-I NEW YEAR IS THE WISH OF-- Otto Gutknecht Correll, Minn. Pool and Billiards, Cigars, Tobacco, Soft Drinks and Candies. Professional and Business .:. Ortnville Electric EVERYTHING Phone 49 for prompt and S. A.. BARR, Proprietor. q. DR. CHAS. H. VETERINARI&N Phones--Day 31. Night 51 Clinton - - - DR. A. M. STROM Graduate V_et erinari Office in Wm. Cummens Tel. 79 Ortonvill FOR TRUCK and any kind of light and heavy All Orders Given Prompt Hausauer Bro Phone 241-J Chas. M. Brooks, Id.: Physician, Surgeon and Phone 65, Big Stone DR. F. W. DuNN CHIROPRACTOR P_. P. WHITE, D. C., P, Spinosrnher 12-13-14-1-i 9humaket )rtomvtlle CoL Wnu AUCTIONEER Thirty years' experience. No on your property. Call or write and bet in on an early date. OrtonvIBo - COL. J. W. gstet, Mehandise, Pure and lrm Sule A For dates write me at Graduate of Jones Auction O J. A. JOHNSON PIANO TUNING AND PHONES---Res. 194, Yarn. Store $ All Work Guaranteed Ortonville KODAK Prompt, Quality Service, ModerS THE REED DR. R. D. OSTEOPATHIC, pHYSICI Vapor-Sulphur Cabinet (For Rheumatism, neuritis, One Block up hill from Store , - F.I. BROWN ; T HI JgWgLgg rtenlle - - - C. E. SIGLOIt [OR [XP[RT PHONE 284-L Ortonville MIRRORS All Work UNIQUE SIGN Clinton, Minn. '[' JOE BAYER & Of  Ortonvine Taii'g All  of Cleaning and neatly done Sit /dade te OrtouviBe .. 0 ELECTRIC SHOP Shoes repaired and Our Work