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I WOODWARD BROOK.
Miss Susie Van Der Seel left for
Pease last Thursday to work for Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Talen and the lat
ter's brother and sister of Milaca
visited at the W. Talen home last
Friday. Mr. Talen is just back from
the Mexican border, having received
an honorable discharge, being a mar
A. M. Hougar was the first man to
harvest corn this year starting the
binder Monday. Corn is maturing
rapidly and if frost stays away about
two weeks longer we may expect a
Mr. and Mrs. P. Portinga from
Freer visited at the J. Byl home last
Neal Byl has invested in a new
12-horse power gasoline engine and an
ensilage cutter and expects to begin
filling silos on Sept. 11.
While hauling rock last Friday
Neal Byl had the misfortune to sprain
his ankle. At this writing he is im
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Van Someren
and Mr. A. Holtman went to Baldwin,
Wisconsin, by auto Wednesday. Miss
Alice Holtman who has been visiting
here for some time, returned home
The Woodward Brook Ladies' Aid
society met with Mrs. W. Talen last
Miss Reiber and Miss Murray led
the services last Sunday both fore
noon and evening. They left for Min
neapolis Tuesday to resume their
mission work after a month's vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Peterson of
Milaca visited at the C. L. Jump home
last Wednesday evening.
Several of our young people at
tended the party at the E. Vugtereen
home near Pease last Thursday eve
J. M. Johnson is building an addi
tion to his barn.
Miss Rena De Boer returned Tues
day evening from a week's visit with
relatives in Minneapolis.
Mr. and Mrs. Fenallo entertained
the Lester Kempton and Wm. Sheller
families, also Mr. Parsley and Mr.
Samuelson of Milaca at a dinner party
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jetsinga and Mr.
and Mrs. S. Wevell autoed to Minne
apolis on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Groeneveld and
family and Grace Schutte autoed to
Prmsburg Saturday and returned
A stock shippers association was
organized here lasf- Saturday with the
following officers: President, Harry
Van de Reit vice president, M. C.
Thorr.ng secretary, J. D. Zimmer
directors, P. Van Someren, John
Brinks and G. H. Strating. These
officers held a business meeting Mon
day evening. Prof. Watson and Mr.
Tilquist of the Milaca stock shippers
association were present. J. D. Zimmer
and G. H. Strating were appointed to
draft by-laws for the organization.
All members and others who are in
terested are requested to meei
Pease next Saturday afternoon, Sept.
2, at 2 p. m., to act on these by-laws
and perfect permanent organization.
Henry Hubers shipped a carload of
cattle from here Tuesday.
Mr. S. Hoitenga of Ogilvie was in
Mr. Meade is drilling a well for J.
J. A. Jetsinga went to Onamia on
Tuesday. He is thinking of purchas
ing some wild land near there.
A large crowd from here went to
Milaca last Wednesday to the moving
One hundred and four tubs of butter
were shipped this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Toussaint enter
tained company from Ogilvie on
J. P. De Rose is having the cellar
dug for a dwelling which he will soon
have erected on his lot near the school
School will begin in the Christian
school on Monday, Sept. 4.
Mrs. Garret Ruis is very ill at her
home here. She is suffering from kid
Siver Eye and family autoed up
from Redtop and attended church here
Sunday. They also visited the shore
of the beautiful Mille Lacs lake.
Jonas Grant and John Johnson and
family autoed to Isle in the former's
car on Sunday.
An ice cream social was given at
the Otto Engstrom home here on
Saturday evening for the benefit of
the Swedish Lutheran church here.
A large crowd attended.
Miss Allie Norris of Redtop is em
ployed at the Harry Elgren home
Miss Ellen Johnson went to Isle
Sunday and will be employed at the
Chas. Wicklander home the coming
D. J. Gustafson drove to Glory
Where he held services Sunday.
E. S. Youngdahl lectured at the
Swedish Baptist church on Sunday
evening. His topic was: "Shall the
Pope Rule America?" A large crowd
The Willing Workers met at the
home of Chas. Erickson on Friday af
ternoon and the meeting was well at
tended. They will give an ice cream
and coffee social at the E. L. Peter
son home at Eastwood this Saturday
evening, Sept. 2. Come.
School will commence this coming
week. The scholars have had a long
vacation and are now ready for hard
On Saturday evening we looked up
into tne sky and saw what was sup
posed to be the "northern lights," but
it was a surprise to one and all to
see how much different they were
from what we have often seen before.
We wonder why.
Andrew Gould, of Malmo, passed
through here on Monday, en route to
Isle with a load of cream for the
Mrs. P. Schelin brought cream to
Dan Anderson and Honus Peterson
visited with Jens Olson at Becker Sun-
day.' Mr. Olson once owned a farm
here and is well known in this
Five seven-passenger cars carry
ing friends and relatives, including
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Ege, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Lindquist, and Johnnie Ol
son, autoed up from Minneapolis Sun
day to spend the day with the Jacob
Mrs. Jim Jenson and children and
Mrs. Albert Nelson and son spent Sat
urday afternoon with Mrs. Ludwig
Mr. Harland of Foreston is doing a
rushing business in this neighborhood.
He sold a Dodge car to Mr. Jacobson
the fore part of the week which makes
the second one sold here inside of a
An auto party *i six cars motored
over from LeSeur Saturday, and
visited until Monday with the H.
Gesch, H. Kewitsch and Sager fam
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Degelmann
called on Mr. and Mrs. Homme Sun
The H. Gesch and H. Kewitsch fam
ilies, with their guests and Mabel
Jacobson, were entertained at the
Sager home in Creenbush Sunday.
Edna Levene is visiting friends in
Word was received Friday morning
of the death of W. Hartman's brother
whose home was in Dakota. Mr. and
Mrs. Hartman left on the morning
train and met the funeral party in
St. Paul on their way to Wisconsin,
where the burial took place.
Mrs. Albert Johnson and daughter
called at the Erstad home Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Christopherson
of Granite Falls have been visiting
relatives and friends here. We under
stand that Mr. Christopherson has re
purchased his old home in Milo.
Mrs. J. V. Pederson is enjoying a
visit from her old friend, Mrs. Rev.
Johnson and son, of Kansas.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Anderson paid
Mr. 0. Olson a pleasant call Monday
Miss Ellen Johnson of Opstead is
employed at Chas. Wicklander's for a
The leap year party at 0. A. Hagg
berg's was a v.ery enjoyable affair.
A laige crowd was present, and Pe
trin's orchestra from Cove furnished
music for the dancers until midnight,
when a supper was served.
J. Blaschfield and son of St. Paul
spent a few days in Isle this week,
looking after their land interests in
The McGonagle and OIney families
have returned to their homes in Min
neapolis, after a month's stay at the
Miss Louise Sorenson has returned
to her home south of town, after be
ing employed at Haggberg's for sev
Rev. G. A. Ostergren of St. Cloud
spent a few days at the Chas. Swanson
home this week.
Mr. O. J. Carlson, jeweler, has
moved his old building a short dis
tance to the right, and will erect a
larger one alongside, which will be
a great improvement.
Mrs. Hartman Camp will entertain
the Visiting society on Thursday,
Mrs. John South left Saturday for a
several days visit in Minneapolis, at
the A. Spencer home.
Mrs. Grover Taylor and daughter,
Carol, returned to Princeton Saturday
to stay with Mrs. Clark who is very
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Leonard and Mr.
and Mrs. John Miller and children
visited at J. H. Craft's Sunday.
John Miller's father, mother and
sisters, of Iowa, visited him last week.
Mr. Miller owns 160 acres of land in
Blue Hill. They returned home Sat-
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urday in their car.
Mrs. Pratt and son, of LaCrosse,
Wisconsin, are visiting at the H. B.
Pratt home at Elk Lake.
Mrs. Fagerberg entertained the Vis
iting society last Thursday. There
was a large crowd present. Thirty
two ate dinner. The table was set un
der the trees in the yard. All spent
a very pleasant day. There were sev
eral visitors present, including Mrs.
Louis and Gus Kuhlman and son of
Princeton, Mrs. George Pratt of Elk
Lake, and sister-in-law, Mrs. Pratt,
Mr. and Mrs. Titus and two sons
and daughter, of Lake City, Iowa,
autoed up and visited a week with
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Glenn Leonard. They left for
their home last Wednesday.
Mrs. VanKleek was taken very sick
early Sunday morning and Dr. Cooney
was called. She was a little better
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson of southwest
Blue Hill have had a very sick child
at the Northwestern hospital. It had
convulsions, caused from whooping
cough. They returned home with
the child Monday. It is a little better
at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson from Prince
ton visited at A. Hamilton's Tuesday
Mrs. Ernest Trunk and children
and Mrs. O. Hamilton and son visited
at A. Heath's over Sunday.
Word has been received from Mrs.
Otis Buckingham of Edgehill, Mont.,
and she says the crops there are no
good and some of the farmers won't
cut their grain this year.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Steeves and
son visited at the Tessie Steeves home
Frank Weeks is working on our
road, which has been needed quite a
Charley Murray and son Dan, Geo.
Marsh, Scott Bruce, Nelson King, El
mer Thompson, Will Thomas and Orin
Hamilton autoed to Mille Lacs lake
Saturday, returning in the evening.
George Marsh cut his knee awful
bad and had to be taken to a doctor.
Harry Lambert and family visited
at the Will Thomas home Sunday.
Elmer Severance spent Saturday
night at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. Orin Hamilton.
Willie Trunk worked for his brother
Ernest, one day last week.
Mrs. A. Heath visited Ernest
Trunk's over Sunday.
John Gramhill and family and Mr.
and Mrs. Nelse Tufte and little daugh
ter autoed to Minneapolis Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Salhover were
callers at the H. Schumaker's Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Graves and fam
ily autoed from Alexandria, S. D., and
spent a week at the Chas. Cohoes
home. Mrs. Graves and Mrs. Cohoes
Mr. and Mrs. Art Johnson are the
proud parents of a baby boy and Art
wears the smile that won't come off.
Quite a few from here attended the
annual picnic at the German church
Sunday. The services were in both
English and German. They also had
fine music. The day was most en
joyably spent by those present.
The Literary society met at Jake
Gramhill's Saturday night. The society
has kind of broken up and there was
some money in the treasury so that
was taken to buy the ice cream and
the young ladies furnished cake. Judg
ing by reports a most pleasant eve
ning was spent by the merrymakers.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Larson of Park
Rapids are visiting relatives and
friends this week.
Miss Agnes Horstman spent Sunday
at the E. Lundgren home.
Mrs. Frank Schilling and daughter
Evelyn visited over Sunday at the
Et Bockoven and R. Manke homes.
Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Schlesner and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Meyer and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Witte
were entertained at the Wm. Neumann
home on Sunday.
Clarence and Malinda Meyer called
at the Wm. Schmidt home on Sunday
Quite a number of families of this
vicinity attended the German Lutheran
Sunday school picnic at Green lake
George, Josephine and Willie Hen
schel spent Sunday at the G. Hoeft
Mrs. Jansen of St. Paul is visiting
at the R. Manke home a few days
Rev. Peterson of Minneapolis held
services here in the Baptist church
Several cars from Bradford and
vicinity, took in
the sights at Mille
Lacs lake last Sunday.
S. D. McKenney has been sick the
past few days. His many friends
hope to see him around again soon.
Effie and Hazel Lewis returned
from Anoka a few days ago, where
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they have been visiting relatives for
Mrs. Fred" Foote spent last week in
Stanford, visiting with her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Nichols spent
last Sunday at Wm. House's. Miss
Nichols sister accompanied them home
to spend a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lambert and baby
visited at the Walter Lambert home
Chas. Thompson and family, J. O.
McKenzie and family, and Ralph
House and Lela Marshall, spent Sun
day at D. S. Walker's. They also took
in the ball game at Princeton.
The children of Chas. Levander have
got the whooping cough.
Mildred and Laura Smith came home
from Spectacle lake one day last week,
where they spent three weeks with
their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. G.
Lewis Nygren is building a barn.
A. T. Anderson is doing the carpenter
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Babb cleaned the
school house Monday. School begins
i the 5th of September this year.
A. P. Jorgensen and family were
Midland callers Sunday.
Fred Keith and family of Princeton
Iwere seen in Vineland Sunday.
I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bibeau and
children of Princeton, who have been
camping for three months at White
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Fish lake, left for Anoka Thursday
where they will make their future
Mr. J. A. Bensen and daughter, Miss
June, who have been visiting the for
mer's daughter, Mrs. C. C. Kelty at
Wigwam Point for some time, de
parted for their home in Duluth on
Robert H. Hall and family of St.
Paul came up last week to spend their
vacation in their cottage.
The Young- People's League met in
the M. E. church Sunday. Jeanette
Gee was leader of the meeting.
Miss Wanda Jager entertained the
Misses Alice and Mabel Jorgensen,
Ruth Oliver, Jeannette Gee and Dor
othy Orton at the home of Mrs. E. G.
Bergandahl last Friday afternoon. All
had a very delightful time.
Mr. and Mrs. Henning Landahl and
daughter, Miss Carine, autoed up from
Little Falls Monday to spend the week
at their cottage near White Fish lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Stark and fam
ily of Princeton and Mrs. Hixon of
Cambridge spent a few days at this
place. They returned home Monday.
Mrs. Louis Talen called on Mrs.
Everett Hall last Wednesday after
Mr. and Mrs. C. Borchers spent last
Thursday evening at the John Gates
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Schmidt and
daughter and Mrs. Jennie Schmidt
were Sunday guests at the Leon Annis
Arthur Radeke and Mrs. Bertha
Radeke visited at George Taylor's,
Helene Grapentine is staying with
her sister, Mrs. Bert Hyndman..
Walter Meyer spent last Frid
afternoon with Marshall Hall.
There was a large attendance
the ice cream social given by tf
Searchlight class at the Erne*.
Radeke home last Monday evening and
every one had a fine time.
School commenced in district 32
Monday with Miss King as teacher.
Mrs. Everett Hall went to Anoka
last Thursday, returning the same
day. Her son Marshall, who had been
visiting his grandmother, returned
E. J. Prudhon left for his home in
Nashua, Iowa, Monday.
Alfred Talen is working for Charles
Steeves on the threshing machine.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dehn and family
and Miss Clara Dehn visited at the
John Gates home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Borchers and Mr.
and Mrs. E. Thompson attended the
ball game in Princeton Sunday.
Mrs. Herb Gates entertained the
Ladies' Aid last Thursday afternoon.
There was a good attendance and al'
enjoyed the afternoon at the Gate|
home. A fine lunch was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis' Larson of Park
Papids, Mr. and Mrs. Ett Bockoven