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DECEMBER 2!. 1922 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE b * Ed Spalinger, Chas Hanson and I),SONAL, SOCIAL | George Buck, of Prior, were in Or- AND NEWS ITEMS i tonville Monday, attending to busi,ess mat=ers. Leonard Von Eschen will coine home Christmas! from Minneapolis Saturday, to spend F. L. Cliff has been seriously Christmas with his mother, Mrs. A. L. the past week. Von Eschen. t Aalund attended to business I Mrs. R. Busk, of Milan, left Tues- in Wheaton Saturday. day for her home, after spending sev-i Barr attended to business eral days visiting at the home of her in Odessa Wednesday. i mother, Mrs. E. Lug. ....  toi Mrs. Krueger, wife of the former Wilson of Sisseton, ".t,,?y .... i baker at the Korner Kafe, left for of the week here vlsmng. I W" , mthrop, .do., where Mr. Krueger Falkins, of Clinton, trans- i has established a bakeD'. matters here Tuesday. i Mrs. A. G. Atha and son Floyd, and Anna Linquist will spend! at the home of her parents Mrs. Seivert Dobak, of Christmas shoppers here Nichols of Milbank, has a position with the Orton- Coo. Geier left Tuesday for Min- where he will attend to busi- daughter Cora, will leave Friday for Linton, N. Dak., where they will spend Christmas with relatives. Dick Weed returned the fore part of the week from Kansas City, Kan- sas, where he has been attending the Sweeney Tractor School. Miss Hazel Birkenmeyer, who teach- es in Minneapolis is spending the holi- days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Birkenmeyer. Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Ehrens, of Bell- Robert MacMurphy will return ingnam, are now located at Montevi- Thursday from Minneapolis, where he! deo, w'here the. Dr. is practicing. The is attending the University, to spend i Ahrens have spent the pasz wo sum i his Christmas vacation, with his mo- mers near the Peninsula. ther, Mrs. Geo. MacMurphey. Miss Elizabeth Cummens amt Miss Miss Evelyn Eldred will return from Hanna Stark will be home Friday St. Paul Friday evening. Miss El- from Northfield, where they are at- dred is teaching there and will spend tending college, to spend their vaca- the holidays at the home of her par- tion at the homes of their parents, ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Eldred. Miss Myrtle Lichell, who has been! Misses Alma, Julia and Mary giving instructions in wax work for Christensen will leave Saturday night the past week, at the Gunderson Drug! for their home in Lambm:ton, where Co., left Saturday for her home in ithey will spend Christmas and a few Minneapolis. i days visiting at the home of their Miss Helen Wilkins will return Fri- i parents. day from Winona, where she is at-tend-! Andrew Hausauer returned Satur- ing Normal, to spend the holidays at i (lay from New York, where he had tak- the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. en a car of chickens for the Tracy- N. J. Wilkins. I Shffmaker Co. Arnold Hasslen, who Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Hess, of Plover, accompanied him returned earlier in owa, are house guests at the H. H. the week. Sarvis home. Mr. and Mrs. Hess lived Mrs. Emma Fitzsimmons of Marsh- here until early last spring when they all will spend Chrirrs with her son, moved to Plover. T.D. Fitzsimmons. Ivlrs. T. D. Fitz- Marjorie Cornelisen will arrive Sat- simmons' sister and brother-in-law, urday from Buffalo, where he is Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McRae, will also _ .  Miss Clara Everson will leave Tues- teaching, to spend the holidays at the "rowberlnan of Fargo, - ',]day for York, Neb., where she will home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. legdne.ncls nere aurmg ne I be the guest of Mrs. E. S. Wegner, i Henry Cornelison. - " i who was formerly Myrtle Geier ! Chester McLane will return Satur- leard resumed his duties at ......... " day from Aberdeen, where he is era- ^ " "" " ----r  Lucmn aerener Wlll return omor- ale on ,onaay, ae a l row from Minneapolis, where he is at- ployed by the C. J. Burns Insurance Lewis, Al. Chase and S. E. tending McPhail school, to spend his Agency. He will spend Christmas at of Clinton, were Ortenville Christmas vacation at his home. theA. w.hmeMcLane.f his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ghton, who is employed at will spend Christmas with this city. Moon, of Aichoke, spent in Ortonville, attending matters. I Hewitt, of Clinton, is the l r of the Arthur Cooper l lalta Township. [ P Cain will leave Friday t home in Alexandria, where' spend Christmas Mrs. R. C. Kaercher and spent Wednesday and Minneapolis. Gunderson is assisting in one stores in Wheaton dur- rush. McLeod left Wednesday where she will spend her sisters. Nelson, of St. Paul, is the holidays at the home of Arnold Nelson. Mickelson will leave for her home in Belgrade, . Will spend Christnas. M. Kaercher and Miss Grace Monday in Wheaton, F. W. Murphy. Mrs. E. N. Cenfield and of Clinton, were Christ- in this city Saturday. Mrs. Cowles left Wednes- State of Washington, Cowles Lnte.nds to locate. etiiiiitli of Spokane, i visiting at the home Mrs. S. A. Bart. Mrs. Win. Mullica left, Fri- Mich., where they will with their son 3ohn. Strong of Beardsley, week-end at the home of Mr and Mrs. John Gowan Mrs. A. W. Peterson are at Granite Falls, where is employed in a drug writes from Fredric, Art Anton, foerly of this comfortably located near be a dance at the Odd Chrislanas night. Hard- Five will furnish the Mrs. W. C. Preus left this Milwaukee and Evanvill where they will . spend Mounto] "eturned this Wis`, whre she last few weeks visit- will r'eturn Satur- to.spend Christ- parents, "Mr and Mrs. returned Wednes- where he is at- university to spend his his Miss Gwendolyn Campbell arrived Wednesday from Madison, Wis., where she is attending school, to spend the holidays with her father and sister. Mrs. Mamie Holtquist and Anna Hillstrom will spend Christmas at the spend Christmas at the Fitzsimmons home. E. M. Pike was called to the clties the latter part of the week by the serious illnes of his mother, who had suffered a paralytic stroke. She pass- ed away Saturday. Harry Petersen is taking Mr. Pike's place at the store in his absence. home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hillstrom, in Otrey township. Earl Cliff returned the early part of the week from Detroit, Mich., and will spend Christmas at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Cliff. Several friends of Paul Rumdngs smrised him Sunday evening tfie pc- casion being his birthday. Dainty re- II freshments were served at a late hour. Chas Chrisman will arrive Saturday i night from Minneapolis, to spend Sun- I day and Monday at the home of his parnts Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Chris- mn, 11 MIss Vivian Martinson spent the ] | week-end in Montevideo visiting at I | the home of her sister, Mrs. B. E.]| Nordquist, who formerly lived in this l| citYlrs. Ed. Haines and Mrs. Gu,t An-"[l derson entertained the girls from [ | Kollitz's and the Pioneer at a three]| course dinner the latter part of the[| week l | Mrs. Robert Moe returned Tesdayl] from Aberdeen, S. Dak., and will visit I| at the home of her parents until after[| Christmas. Mr. Moe will join her ] | Friday. - I | Miss Winfred Eldred will _returnS| Saturday from Sauk Rapids, where I I she is teaching, to spend the holidays/! with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. [1 Etdred. li Mr, .and Mrs. Frank Zehrlnger, of'| Clinton were Christmas shoppers Sat- " urday. They were accompanied by Miss Alma Etheridge, teacher of district. Mr. and Mrs. Wrn. Janke wilPspend Christmas at the home of M. Janke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W Cummens. They will come here Aom Brownton Saturday. Miss Myrtel Lmgdahl will return Friday evening from Appleton, where she is teaching, to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ljungdahl. Mr. and Mrs. . A. Jacobson will leave Saturday for Granite Falls, where they will spend Christmas with the latters parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Knutson, Miss Cora Rude, who  pHnclpal o the sehool t Lonat'd ]4. Dak., is spending her Chidstlzt vacation with her sisters Mi-. Art Sorenson and Grace Rude. Mrs. Howard Pool, of Madison, is visiting at the home of her sister Mr Art Pufahl. .Mr. Pool is on the Federal jury at Fergus Falls, at the present time. Jack Kahler returned Tuesday from Swarthmore, Penn., where he is attending college to spend the holi- days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P E. Kahler. WE WISH OUR CUSTOMERS A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A NEW YEAR FULL OF HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY. The New Style Shop Warlord & Persson / iT WOULD GIVE US GREAT PLEA- SURE TO BE ABLE TO TAKE YOUR HAND AND PERSONALLY EXTEND THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON. BUT LACKING THAT OPPORTUNITY WE EXTEND TO YOU THROUG THE COLUMNS OF THIS PAPER A . ..... VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR J. D. Ross & Company Ortonville, Minn. BEST WISHES FOR A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A NEW YEAR OF HEALTH AND PROSPERITY Palace Billiard Exchange H. E. HARVEY, Prop. Ortonville Minn. SINCERE GOOD WISHES FOR YOURHAPPINESS DURING THE CHRISTMAS TIDE AND THROUGHOUT THE COMING YEAR. Art Pufahl Ortonville Automobile Overhauling I II MAY YOUR CHRISTMAS BE MERRY AND THE NEW YEAR BRIGHT IS OUR WISH A. C. SAEGER Grocer Ortonville, Minn. The sincere desire of the officers and directors of this bank is that your Christmas may be Happy and the New Year Prosperous. We deprive ourselves of a genuine pleasure if we fail at this time of Good Cheer to extend these Greetings and Good Wishes. The Citizens National Bank A. F. THOMPSON, President W. KELLY, Cashier O. E. HAHN, Ass't Cashier CLARENCE WILEY, Teller We Have a Full Line of Holiday POULTRY / This is the season of the year when your heart is made glad by cheerful Christmas Greetings from Friends and Dear Ones. But the Cheer is made much more genuine and the heart will be in full accord with the stomach if the latter is well filled with the bountiful supplies of this land. Nothing satisfies the stomach as well as a nice juicy piece of Steak, a roast of Pork, a Leg of Mutton, Fish, Oysters, Chicken or--best of all a Turkey. The Ortonville Meat Market GEISEL & HAUSAUER, Prop Phone 91 A Merry Christmas and A Profitable New Year --AND AS 1922 DRAWS TO A CLOSE WE WISH YOU AN ABUNDANCE OF HAPPINESS AND GOOD CHEER FOR CHRISTMAS. THIS WISH WILL FIND YOU IN THE MIDST OF TRIM- MING THE KIDDIE'S TREE AND PLANNING THEIR HOLIDAY PLEASURES, WHICH WE HOPE WILL BE THE HAPPIEST OF ALL CHRISTMASES. MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING PROSPERITY AND HAPPINESS. PALM, The Jeweler