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December 21, 1922     The Ortonville Independent
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December 21, 1922

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? PAGE 6 THE ORTONTILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, t CHURCH NOTICES i Emanual Lutheran Church. Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Odessa--Christmas serdces Tuesday at ll o'clock. Corfirmation Class im- mediately after service. Annual meet- ing o Congregation first Wednesday of the new year. Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal Church. Regular services every Sunday af- ternoon at three o'clock. Sunday school at twelve o'clock. Norwegian Lutheran Church Christmas services in Milbank Sun- day, Dec. 24 at I1 o'clock. Christmas program on Su:lday evening in Mil- bank, 7:30. Norweigian services here Dec., 25. Christmas program Wed- cember 25. Christmas program Wed- nesday at 7:30 in the Swedish Metho- (list church. The program is to be given in English. Services at Bell- ingham Tuesday at 11. Christmas pro- gram at Bellingham at 7:30 Tuesday evening. Zion Lutheran Church Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. "Jul Otta" services at 6 A. M. Christmas meriting. English service in connection at 6:45 A. M. Annual meet- ing of Congregation the first Tuesday in January. Church of The Nazareen Services Saturday night at 8:00 in the building across from the Post Of- Evangelical Asociation. i Where O. H. S. Faculty - G. E. Zech, Pastor i Will Spend Chr:stma" " (Big Stone City) Preachiug service at 10:00 a. m.  "-- ";unday school at 11:00 a. m. Young Miss George will spend the first "ople's Alliance at 6:45 p. m. Pra.vel week in Minneapolis and from there meeting and Teachers Training Clas she will go to her home in Duluth, eul-esdu:," evening, 7:30 p.m. Minnesota. Congregational Church ! Miss Fahr, ing v'iil spend her vaca- i P.ev, Paul J. Bockoven, Pastor don at her home in Watrville, 3!inr.- 'ud.,, December 2-1th, morning: nesota. e:'vio: c. uual, at 10:45. A Chri.-'.t-! Miss Thorstensen announces that :'. fr,_,n: the su'.:je(t: "de:" t: i she is going home to her "Mamma" il: r I-=er,>i." Sunday Sdmel at !1:15 _t i Milwaukee, Wis. )L The Sunday School t'kes ch:-;r'.,.i of the evening service with a program [ Miss Brocker expects to spend the of mu:Jc and recitations, and a Christ- holidays in Lindstrom, Minnesota. mas tree. Miss Thelin will be at her home dur- ing vacation in Devils Lake, North United Evangelical Church N. A. Eller, Pastor. OdsaSunday selndces as fol- ,ws: Preaching at 10:00 a. m. K. L. 2. E. at 8:00 p. m. This is Young Pep- .tiCs meeting open to all. Midweek ,rayer meeting Thursday evening at :00 p. m. Women's Missionary So- :iety last Thursday of the months at 2:30 p.m. Class in Catechism every Saturday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. CorrellSunday services as fol- ows: Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. Preaching t 7:30 p. m. Ladies Aid aeets every two weeks on Thursday ffternoon at 2:30 o'clock Methodist Episcopal Rev. Robt. Duell, Pastor There will be a Christmas party at lice. Services will be by Dr. J. G. the Methodist church Friday evening Marrisou, D. D., of Jamestown, N. D., from 7 o'clock to 10 o'clock for the president of the Laymen Holiness As- members and friends of the Sunday sociation. Sunday services will be an- School and church. At the ='egalar nounced at this meeting. Everybody service Sumlay at 10:30 A. M., the welcome, pastor will preach on the theme: Dakota- Miss Scott -iI1 spend hr vacation at her home in Staples, Minn. Mrs. Haines says, "There's no place like home," so she will spend the holi- days in Ortonville. Miss Vigen will go to her home at Lake Park, Minn., for her vacation. Miss Reyer believes in variety, she will spend a few days visiting her sis- ter in Bellingham, from there she will go to Watertown and Benson to visit with friends. Miss Morris will spend her vacation in Sisseton, S. Dak. Mr. and Mrs. Fitzsimmons expect to spend the holidays in Ortonville. Miss Hoveland will spend her vaca- tion in Fargo, North Dakota. Mr. Palmer, like Mrs. Haines, will be in Ortonville for the holidays. MissPirsch is going to her home in Caledonia, Minnesota, for the hell- Chr:st, ttle Messiah. There lll be i Christian Science. special Christmas music. The Ep- Sunday services at 10:45 a. m. worth League ,,,ill meet at 7 o'clock. Husband's Story Will :Subject--"Christ Jesus." The Christmas program will be given l Amaze Ortonville Wednesday rvice at 8"00 p. m. All Sunoav evening at 7:45 o'clock. Thet .. , ................ are welcome to these seices. Free Christnas program will be a Pageant .lie says: nirst:analPaad ;u reading room in their hall (Shumaker consisting of scenes and Christmas l wlle ior gasp1 _Le ..........  . m  ,  stomach Ill l%]lhN'f][ IYlINIJIL IL building). Open every Tuesday and usic seing forth the Christina .... . _ '..." '" s or, he - r ses ,-ill bo ac,,,, (worKs oeyona greatest expecanon.." IFriday from 3 to 5 p.m. .t .. T cho u ..  '"-" ...... nd Paklnedob'erlnStlu-mll ents" received for IOt]e; ka'e:tSe%xltuppemrae; Trinity Lutheran Church. ..._ -i.' ^, ,. ..... ,; ,^ . _n ] which poisons stomach: Brings out Rev. Aug. Bartling, Pastor. , ..... .v ,,,,,r=, , ,,= ,,,,,,,,  ..... , ministered by the Benevolent Boards Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. m. of the church. All are cordially in- ,Every third Sunday services are in the vited to the services. nglish language and the other two undays in the German language. Let Palm help you, decide an the )Sunday school after each service in Gift to select. You'll find the largest  . Enghsh. variety of articles to choose from in United Evangelical Church. ; H.W. Kalas, Pastor tone City.--Sunday school at 10:0 a. m. Preaching services at 11:00 a. n K. L. C. E. meeting at 7:00 p. re,. Preaching services at 7:30 p. m. Prer meetig and Bible class will be he4 eve,3 Wednesday evening at 7:30 ID. rn. ohnson.--Sunday school at 2:00, tmd preaching services every alternate qunday at 3:00 p. m. MAY HEALTH AND HAPPINESS SMILE ON YOU ALL AT CHRISTMAS A N D FOLLOW YOU ALL THE DAYS OF THE NEW YEAR. Odessa Farmers Shipping Ass'n Odessa, Minn. THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS CALLS US TO A BETTER APPRECIATION OF OLD ASSOCIATION AND THE VAI,UE OF OLD FRIEND- SHIP. MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING YOU A FULL QUO- TA OF PEACE AND PROSPERITY. ODESSA FARMERS ELEVATOR COMPANY R. R. BOHN. Mgr. his store. all gasses and sour, decaying food. EXCELLENT for chronic consitpa- tion. Guards against !appendicitis. Adler-i-ha removes matter you never thought was in your system and which may have been poinoning you ' for months.--Ortonville Drug Co. Advertisement THIS IS_A MESSAGE OF GOOD .a WILL ITS BUSINESS IS TO THANK YOU FOR THE FAVORS YOU HAVE SHOWN US IN THE PAST AND TO EXTEND TO YOU SINCERE WISH- ES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPER- OUS NEW YEAR. Odess00 Hardware & Lumber Co. Odessa, Minn. Everybody --at our place wishes, everybody at your place a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Geier Lumber Co. Ortonville, Minnesota day vacation. Miss Nelson will spend Christmas abr home in Albert Lea. Mis'Iourke will go to her home in Minneapo'1, for the holidays. Miss Utley will undoubtedly spend her vacation in Ortonvilie. Not Taking Chances \\;\qaen Senator Norris, of Nebraska, moved to ilave tile Norris Agricultural Bii! placed ahead of the Ship Subsidy Bill his head was working. He and other members of the Farm B!oe at Washington are using methods that should win them votes on tie list of farm relief measures now before con- gress. By moving to have the bil! placed ahead of the subsidy bill Nor- ris is taking no chances on pronfises on the part of members opposed tb agricultural relief. Those who favor !the subsidy will have to "kick thru" with their vote for the Norris Bill or the subsidy is doomed to defeat. Pro- babilities are that it will be defeated. anyway irrespective of tim success of the Norris Bill, but then it is better to , Ni00l!irtg tJtm a 00rrr!t (00itriztmaz We send you this Greeting Withont any fuss Because we regard you As just one of us. P. B. VIKRE, Photographer WE TAKE THI S .MEANS OF THANKING ALL OF OUR PA- TRONS FOR THEIR PAST BUSINESS AND TRUST THAT OUR SERVICE, PRICE AND TREATMENT WILL WARRANT A CONTINUATION OF SUCH PATRONAGE. IN KEEPING WITH THE SPIRIT OF THE SEASON WE EXTEND TO ALL OUR VERY SINCERE WISHES FOR A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY, PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR. R. MENZEL m Odessa WE ARE GLAD THAT CUSTOM NOW GIVES US THE OP- PORTUNITY TO EXPRESS THAT DEEP APPRECIATION OF YOUR PATRONAGE WHICH WE ALWAYS FEEL. WE TAKE THE OCCASION TO EXTEND OUR HEARTFELT THANKS FOR ALL PAST FAVORS AND TO WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR. H. KOLLITZ Odessa, Minnesota. In your record of Happy Christ- mases may the Present one be the Most Prominent and the coming New Year take First Place in the list of vour success- es is the wish of Clinton, Minnesota !