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DECEMBER o, 1922 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT -.# PAGE 3 @! The American Legion and the Aux- ITEMS I iniar.v received the Victrola given *p away by A. J. McDonald&apos;s hardware store during the sale that store con- Ulrich visited in Brownsi ducted. The Legion and Auxiliary. re- AllleaV'made a trip to Orton -!ceived the largest number of votes turday, s i which, was due to the co-operation of friends and the organizations wish to L IcDonald made a busines to thank those who so kindly assisted. J Alberta Friday.  t Tuesday evening of this week at Kenney, Mary and Caroline' the home'of Clara Toner a very pleas- Sunday evening at ant time was enjoyed in the ,ature of Otto Thieke. I of a surprise party, which was given wife of one of the:by a number of the high school girls Pastors of Beardsley, was a i and boys who gathered in to help Er- last week. I win celebrate his birthday'. Games of who is teaching in St.! various kinds were played aml all had home Saturday to Christmas vacation. F. McDonald and son Ken- the funeral of Mrs. J. at Gracedlle Friday. Mrs. Mike Mullin, G. Ma D attended the funeral P. Trainer, at Gracevflle C. A. Prevey returned from last Wednesday morning, had been spending a few her mother. and Mrs. Kenneth Me- been appointed by the iary to get new members: 1923 dues. Mrs. Geo. Fenscke and son home last week from they had been attending of the church. mg is rampant in Beards- Several are install- are about to install sets for from various stations. of the M. E. church gave bazaar in the R. N. P.M. Lunch was the affair was well at- ). H. Lodge had their an- Friday P. M., at the O'Leary Beides other business, they elected their the coming year. bail game played here between Beardsley high e, was won by team with a score of: apparent from the first team had Grace- They showed better i in all instances. This is game of the season for nd they are confident that improve as the season ad- . Legion Auxiliary packages to the packages are to be giv- soldiers. The mon- these boxes was taken and was made on The boxes will bring cheer to these disabled are suffering upon their Mary Kenney, Mr.. and Mrs. C. lhevey on the committee of to nurchase the articles boxes ready for mailing. oilr county nurse, She has examin- in school unde If any defects are.found the parntso- to take their family doctor for treat- with even the children how much cot- resulted and it would be estimate the appreciation of mind that is iven the a result of this work. A com.limentary express heard in Beardsley County nurse. an enjoyable time. Refreshments were l 'served" @ i t FOSTER l .',, 0' Rob Jennings called at the Ray Stegrmr farm Thursday. J. L. Connelly made a business trip to Ortonville last Tuesday. Mrs. A. J. Lawrence called on the Win. Loffhagen's at Beardsley, Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Eastman enter- rained a number of their friends at a party Friday evening. [ Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Colwell returned 1 Thursday from SL Paul, where they I have.been visiting with relatives the past week. I Mrs. George Hastings returned last i Friday from a two months visit at Oglivie, Minn. She was accompanied by her <laughter, Mrs. Jay York. ] The Stephney Sunday School will give a Christmas program at the[ school house next Sunday evening to which everyone is cordially invited. I No serdce wil ! be held in the ter- t nooIk Mrs. Anna Larson and daughter, Miss Mrytle, who have been visiting for several weeks at the Abel East- man home, went to Clinton Tuesday to visit with relatives at that place. ---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. Farm Woman Asked To Bureau Meeting State Federation's Annual Convention In St. Paul, January 2, 3, and 4. "The after-dinner nap is my fawrite hour of the entire Sunday." "I thought you never slept after din- ne:'." "I don't but my wife does." Every farm woman in Minnesota is urged to attend the annual convention of the Minnesota Fatzn Bureau Feder- ation, which will be held in St. Paul, January 2, 3, and 4. "Problems of the farm home," says J. F. Reed, presi- dent, "are going to be uppermost in the minds of the delegates and we want every farn houswife, who pos- sibly can, to attend." A special rate of fare and a third for the round trip has been arranged on all roads. The opening program will be held at University Farm, in co-operation with those in charge of Farmers' and Home Makers' week. Speakers will be J. W. Coverdale, national secretary, Mrs. Vera Schuttler of Missouri national- ly known woman leader in Farm Bu- reau work and, in all probability, Hen- ry Wallace, Secretary of Agriculture. Mr. Mallaee will attend if he can ar- range other engagements so as to per- mit the trip West. The second day will be given over to reports of the various Farm Bureau committees, department heads and persons directing the grain, livestock, wool and dairy products terminal marketing agencies with which the Bureau is co-operating. The Farm Buroau's Agricultural program for Minnesota in 1923 vdll be up for adoption. The closing day will be devoted to the annual business session and elec- tion of officers for the coming year. Farmers Voting In Bureau Referendum Farm Bureau members all over Min- nesota are voting on questions con- cerning state and national legislation of importance to agriculture. The ques tions were submitted early in the month by the .state federation, in an effort to determine what its members desire from the law-making bodies. III I I I lll I I H i,i i WITH FULL APPRECIATION OF THE MANY COURTESIES SHOWNUS DURING THE PAST YEAR WE EXTEND TO YOU OUR BEST WISHES FOR A MERRY CHRISTMAS and A HAPPY NEW YEAR / ORTONVILLE Dry Cleaning Company R. E. HAUCK, Prop. n i _A I of Flavor delicious as the it left our roasting L. Buy it in l-lb. and Vacuum Cans. At 'our Grocer A. C. SAEGER HEALTH AND SS SMILE YOU AT THIS AND YOU ALL DAYS OF THE YEAR. A Merry Christmas To All WE HOPE THIS CHRISTMAS BRENGS PEACE AND HAPPINESS TO ALL--TO EVERY FIRESIDE MANY HAPPY REUNIONS. e mmmmmm= J Ira# ,,The referendum will be completed by January 1. Unusual interest is manifest in the questionaire, according to F.L. French, secretary, who last week re- i ceived scores of calls for blanks in addition to the regular supply sent to! counties late in November. l Do Your Alfalfa Buying. Early; Price May Chmb " 1" "f . ,, . t ome a Ial a on every Iarm, ]s suggested as a slogan for county ex- tensibn forces by Ralph F. Crim of I University Farm, extension specialist i in farm crops and farm management, l Mr. Crim has prepared a list of Min-! nesota growers who have alfalfa seed , of fine quality for sale at reasonable prices. This list can be obtained of him or from your county agent. Farm i crops men of the university advise purchases of alfalfa seed as oon as: possible, as prices are likely to be high i el- in the spring. Grimm alfalfa seed I is the best, they say, because it ban I been tested under the severest Min-] nesota conditions. Mr. Crim advises i buyers to insist on getting seed that l Independent W=i ds :re persist-, ent Workers. I ! -- lU SINCERE GOOD WISHES FOR YOUR HAPPINESS DUR- ING CHRISTMA TIDE AND" THRU- OUT THE COMING YEAR. Printing of all kinds, not the cheap l kind but the good kind done here. Let The Independent Print It What kind of birds are most fre- quently kept in captivity? "Jail-birds," volunteered Tommy. , u ,r, Heartiest Yuletide Greetings F. L. BROWN Jeweler I Wish You All A Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year Ortonville M. MARK T i r e S h o p Ortonville, Minn Glen Harris, Prop. AS THE HOLIDAY SEASON, WITH ITS SPIRIT OF GOOD WILL RETURNS, WE DESIRE TO CONVEY TO YOU THE HEARTY GREETINGS OF FRIENDS TO FRIENDS, AND EXPRESS THE HOPE THAT OUR FRIENDLY RELATIONS MAY ENDURE. scnoen.Swenson l:urniture (ompany Ortonville, Minn. Yuletide Greetings THE SPIRIT OF THE SEASON PROMPTS US TO EXPRESS TO OUR TRADE OUR SINCERE THANKS FOR PAST FA- VORS AND TO EXTEND OUR HEARTIEST BEST WISHES FOR A GOOD OLD MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR. Botsford Lumber Company EARL MILLER, MANAGER. Ortonville, Minn.