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THE PBDfCBTON UNION: THURSDAY, MARCH 1919
Hurrah, communication is re-established be
tween our town and the rest of civilization.
Last Saturday Huers & Hanenburg broke
the three-mile stretch separating us from the
Scenic highway. J. DeRose was the first one
to make a passage with his car.
Last Tuesday Mary Baas and Geo. Dykstra
were united in marriage. In the afternoon a
reception took place for the older people,
while the young people were entertained in
the evening. A large crowd assembled in the
evening and everybody reported a jolly time.
The newlyweds are going to make their home
in Iowa. We extend them our best wishes
for happiness and success.
J. P. DeRose has employed a first class
mechanic in C. Bowman. Mr. Bowman has
rented the house formerly occupied by the
Mr. Bass has purchased H. Peters' Overland
N. Pluimer has sold his confectionery.
Starting this week cream will be taken
every day. The creamery is having a new up
to-date ventilating system installed. N. Plui
mer commenced working as assistant butter
maker last Monday.
Fred Alderink has returned home from camp.
He looks as if army life has given him the
much-needed extra ounces of flesh.
A meeting of all church members was held
last Thursday at which it was decided to pur
chase the benches necessary to complete the
seating capacity of the church.
W. Wilkins and P. V. Sommeren have re
ceived their pure bred cows which they bought
a few days ago at Northfield.
C. Dykstra and family have arrived from
the state of Washington and are going to
settle on the late Mr. Van Duyn's farm.
The Christian school has secured the ser
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The creamery shipped 64 tubs of butter last
Last week the Lundbergs received the sad
news that their daughter and sister had
passed away at Great Falls. The body is
being shipped to Woodward Brook, where the
funeral is to take place. Harry Lundberg
has returned from International Falls to at
tend the funeral.
Clarence Norman left for a visit to Iowa
Young Roelofs from Prinsburg is visiting
I ISLE I
A. E. Arndt from Pine City was in town
on business last week.
G. A. Anderson left for the twin cities on
Miss Rosa Nason arrived home last Wednes
day from Mora, where she has been employed
for the past few months.
The young folks of this village enjoyed a
surprise party on Herbert Nyquist last Sun
Sabin Setterlund is home on a 60-day fur
lough, having arrived on Friday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Gustaf Haggberg of Opstead
were in town on Monday.
Clarence Carlson arrived home from Besce
mur last week.
Mrs. Geo. Russell left last Thursday for St.
Paul, where she will receive treatments.
Miss Neomi Larin is employed at the Geo.
William Liepitzkey, who has been visiting at
the Matter homes the past few weeks, left
on Monday morning for his home at Spring
The Isle Civic club will meet at the home of
Mrs. J. Carlson on Wednesday, March 26.
Alfred Bergman left for Hoboken, N. J.,
last Saturday, after spending a week's fur
lough at his home here.
Herbert Nyquist made a trip to Holdings
ford on Monday.
A social time was spent at the O. A. Hagg
berg home on Thursday evening. Over a hun
dred people were in attendance. Music was
the main feature of the evening, and speeches
were made by Alfred Bergman, who was home
on a furlough, ?nd Francis Ice, who was
recently discharged after seeing several months
foreign service in the first gas regiment. A
lunch was served, after which the young
folks indulged in games. Everyone reports a
very enjoyable time.
For rent or sale, 10 acres within half
mile of village, on good road, nearly
all under cultivation, six-room frame
house, small outbuildings, possession
at once. Robert H. King, Princeton,
Notice is hereby given that the
board of county commissioners of
Mille Lacs county will receive sealed
bids up to two o'clock in the afternoon
of Tuesday, April 1st, 1919, for the
position of overseer of the Mille Lacs
County poor farm.
Details can be had from the county
auditor or any member of the county
board. The successful bidder will be
required to enter into a written con
tract with the county and furnish a
bond in the sum of $2,000.00. The
board reserves the right to reject any
and all bids.
By order of the county board, Mille
Lacs county, Minnesota.
12-2c. County Auditor.
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