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Mr. and Mrs. R. Saxon and daugh
ter, Ruby, of Princeton, are spending
a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Anton
Arvel Gennow left for Spain, S. D.,
last Monday, where he will build a
house for his sister, Mrs. Sam King.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Seifert and Hilde
garde and Raymond Appel called at
H. Reiman's Monday.
Messrs. Lawrence Grow, Vernon
Blair, Real and Archie Robideau, Ar
thur Leander and Clarence Johnson
were among those who attended the
state fair from here.
J. Fredrickson of Milaca was dis
tributing his bible books last Wednes'
day, which some of our people had
ordered through him.
Miss Esther Lindstrom went to
Princeton Monday where she is attend
ing high school.
Clarence Grow, Carl Johnson and
Paul Pederson made a business trip
to Princeton Thursday.
Miss Olga Reiman passed a few
days last week with Mrs. Bauman.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wilhelm of Prince
ton spent Wednesday with her son,
George, and family.
I BLUE HILL.
Chas Reichert has erected another
new granary on his farm.
Miss Isabelle Esler of Greenbush
commenced a term of school last Mon
day in the Stevenson district.
Alfred Chisholm of Milaca spent
Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Clarence
Taylor. He is now employed as a
clerk at A. E. Allen's store at Prince
Miss Agnes Johnson of Princeton
spent Sunday at her home in Blue
A large crowd attended the Ladies'
society with Mrs. Hartman Camp.
Mrs. Albert Roman will entertain
the Ladies' society on Sept. 21.
There will be no Sunday school in
Blue Hill next Sunday on account of
the Sherburne county Sunday school
convention to be held at the Battle
Brook school house next Sunday after
noon at 2 p. m.
Alex Belair and a crew of men are
at work leveling down the hills on
the road near Hartman Camp's.
Mrs. Peter Berg and sons autoed up
from Iowa last week, and are visiting
Mrs. Berg's sister, Mrs. Matt John
Miss Mildred Hamilton of Green
bush commenced a term of school in
Dist. 36 last Monday
A. H. Durbin and son, Earl, attend
ed the state fair last week.
John Smith and wife spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Hartman Camp.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rey
nolds, on Sept 9, a son.
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Messer and fam
ily autoed over to Wisconsin Tuesday
to look at a farm which he expects
Darwin, the little four-year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Foote, was
bitten quite badly in the face last
Monday, by a dog. A doctor was
ealled to dress the wound.
The armers this vicim who
have silos have them nearly filled.
a b, anmi.Mr?L Chas. Thompson and Mr.
and Mrs. Ear spent Fri
day and Satuiday at the state fair.
Lawrence Lefavor visited Monday
it A. A. Babb's.
Mrs. J. H. Chapman has been on
the sick list, but
Turner, Mr. andThompsoy Mrs. Ra Smith, Mr-
is better at this
to Brickton lasL week. W shall
-i, n/ jy"
iheir new home. I Ne
ily, Mr and Mrs Wdl Thorny and
son, John, motored to Monticello Sun
day to visit Mrs. Thomas' brother and
Mrs. Charley Berry visited Mrs. R.
A. Molberg last week in Minneapolis
Mrs. Ernest Trunk visited her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Heath, over
Sunday. 4, $
Wm. Horstman went to the cities
and other points last week.
August Gebert called at H. Heit
man's on Saturday evening.
A. Striker cut corn for R. and Gust
Manke the first of the weeK.
Mr. and Mrs. Sieman and son1,
last week on their way to Brainerd.
They returned on Monday. They will
take in the county fair. The former
is a cousin of Mrs. Gens.
Mrs. Ed Reps and baby passed Sun
day at Wm. Schilling's.
Misses Stella and Anita Heitman
spent Sunday evening at the Gens
Mr. and Mrs. Gust Manke visited
at H. Heitman's on Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Manke returned
from the cities on Monday, where
they took in the fair.
Everybody is busy cutting corn in
Messrs. Wm. and Henry Zeblmer,
of Louisville, who have been visiting
their sister, Mrs. Gens, returned to
their home on Monday.
Quite a number from here attended
the state fair last week.
Services were held in the Norwe
gian church Sunday afternoon.
Quite a few from this neighborhood
School commencej i district 14
and 41 Monday, with Miss Guptill as
teacher in district 14 and Miss Swan
son in district 41.
.Mrs. Chas. Cohoes is recovering
from a serious illness.
A dear little baby girl came to
brighten the Emmons home Thursday
Quite a few attended the birthday
party given on Mrs. Carl Brand Sat
A number of young folks spent Sun
day evening at the G. T. James home.
We understand Aug. Burger has
sold his farm, but we do not know
his intentions for the future.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Lange and daugh-
Wis called on friends
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Levander and n nr
Qfor,,llc Laura James were callers at Oscar-
lamily spent Sunday at Eric btanius'
i n/r TT7 ii x. n/r c. son's Sunday afternoon.
Mi. and Mrs. Wellington King, Mrs.
rr. i. I John Schutte has purchased Mrs.
George King and family have
i xi iu i iGroenveld's property^ near the school
moved onto the old Colburn place
Mr. and Mrs. John Brown moved mr a Mrs crown muve _,
them, but all wish them success ml,
Louisville, stopped at the Gens home,
Norwegian Ladies' Aid society Mon
Mr. Holee and daughter, Olive, vis
ited at Haugeland's Sunday.
Miss Myrtle James and John N.
ing at 8 o'clock, by Rev. Teimer. Miss
Laura "James was bridesmaid and El
mei- Gramhill best man. These young
people wept to keeping house on the
Jim Moore visited at the W. Leath- farm owned by the groom. Tney
ers heme Sunday. have the best wishes of a host of
Annie Roadstrom visited at the Jes- friends for a bright and happy future.
sie Steeves home Friday. Elmer Gramhill was a pleasant
A good many people from around caller at the G. T. James home Sunday
heie attended the state fair last week. afternoon. Must be some^ attraction,
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Roadstrom and Elmer.
con and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weeks
visited at the Jessie Steeves home I PEASE. 1
I house. Mr. C. L. Thompson, who is
at Estes Brook, has sol
at thaL place an, has rented
the place where John Schutte is now
MILACA'S NEW HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING
The above is a picture of Milaca's beautiful new high school building, which was erected at a cost of
$100,000, and is a monument to the public-spiritedness of the citizens of our sister village. The building is con-
structed of pressed brick, stone and cement. In the basement there is an auditorium with a seating capacity of
500, also a gymnasium with rooms for manual training, agriculture and domestic science departments. On the first
floor are the grade rooms, superintendent's office, library, janitor's quarters and lavatories. On the second floor the
eighth grade, high school assembly, normal department and recitation rooms. Third floor science department and
well for Mr. Toussaint and has moved
to Mr. Watt's on the Milaca road.
Mrs. Prince and son, of Hull, Iowa,
visited with the Peter Pluimer family
last week. Mr. Prince is Mr. Pluimer's
Mr. John Hanerburg had the mis
fortune to lose one of his iron gray
horses last Saturday night. The
horse got cut in a wire fence.
T.TVIYNTI A I
The Woodward Brook Ladies' Aid
society will meet with Mrs. Elmer
Olson on Thursday, Sept. 21. All
ladies are requested to be present.
Mr. C. L. Jump is having a tubular
well drilled on his farm.
Mr. Neal Byl began his silo filling
career last Friday, when he filled the
silo for H. Norman.
Mr. Lutjens and son who purchased
the L. Slagter farm last winter, were
here again last week and also pur
chased the personal property from Mr.
Slagter. They expect to take posses
sion some time this fall. They were
were well pleased with the country
and stated that they thought this was
just as good as Iowa, and when a man
says that it means something.
Rev. Meyer and Elder Van de Reit
of Pease, were callers in this vicinity
Mr. and Mrs. Van Someren and J.
Holtman returned last Tuesday from
an automobile trip to Baldwin, Wis.
Mr. Van Someren's mother returned
with them and stayed until Thursday,
when she left by train to take in the
Quite a number of our enthusiastic
farmers attended the state fair.
Sunday school next Sunday at 10 a.
m. C. E. Meeting at 8 p. m. These
meetings have not been well attended
lately and everybody in this vicinity
should attend and help make these
meetings a success.
Steve Steward, Albert Atkins and
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Whitcomb and son,
Glen, are visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Neal Heilkema. Mrs. Whit
comb is a sister of Mrs. Heilkema.
They motored through from Cen-
married at the
Tv/ |Mr. and Mrs. John Norman on Fridayf.
A carload of cattle and hogs were
shipped from here Tuesday by the
Farmers' Live Stock Shippers' asso
ciation. Mr. Van de Reit and Mr.
Henry Hubers went down to St. Paul
with the car. The association has 43
Mr. and Mrs. Bartelt visited rela
tives in Minneapolis on Saturday and
Mrs. J. Toussaint and son went to
Ogilvie Thursday evening.
Ninetl tubs of butter were shipped
Mr. Mode has finished drilling the
THE PRINCETON UNION: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1916.
tral, Iowa, in their automobile. They
left Tuesday for Jackson, and returned
to their home at Gowne, Iowa, from
L. B. Shea took three head of cattle
to the Milaca cattle fair last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Tallen are visiting
with the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. Talen.
Heeber Kilmartin, Neal Neumann
and Roy Neumann came home from
Clear Lake Saturday.
'Miss Maud Bowles, who has been
nursing in a hospital at Fergus Falls,
came home last week for a short stay.
She returned Monday morning.
M. C. Blanchett, H. Pratt and E. H.
Foley were Minneapolis visitors Tues
Mrs. Henry Martin and daughter
were passengers on the down train
Mrs. Fletcher and children returned
to their home at Rockford Saturday.
Chas. Youngnickel purchased a car
from Foley & Cohoes Saturday, and
on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Youngnickel
made a trip to Minneapolis to attend
a family reunion. They returned Mon
day afternoon accompanied by Mr.
Youngnickel's brother, Edward, who
lives in Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Backman, Miss
Hilda Engebretsen and Heeber Kil
martin attended the "movies" at
Princeton Sunday evening.
Miss Olga Wilson went to Minneap
olis Saturday to attend the fair.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Scalberg attend
ed the fair Saturday.
The families of G. N. Stendahl and
H. Stendahl were entertained at din
ner Sunday at J. W. Mode's.
Mrs. M. B. Neumann was taken
suddenly ill Friday night. Dr. Par
son's was called Sunday. She was
taken to the hospital at Princeton, and
at this writing she is some better.
Mrs. Jos. Cohoes returned from
Minneapolis on Wednesday of last
week, where she visited relatives and
attended the fair.
Dr. George Dunn of Princeton was
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j three-fourths of a mile north of Rust
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