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GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS
We want your poultry, cream and
eggs. Calvin Olson. 52-2c
Odin Odegard was a business visi
tor at St. Cloud Monday.
One hundred blankets on sale Sat
urday. A. E. Allen & Co. 1-lc
Miss Fern Smith of Cambridge was
an over Christmas guest of Miss Ruth
Ludefisk, Lefse and Lingenberries
at Morton's Bakery, Saturday noon,
December 23. 52-2c
Don't forget to order that brick ice
cieam for New Year's day. You can
get it at Scheen's. 1-le
Dr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Dunn motored
from Minneapolis on Sunday and re
turned on Tuesday.
Closing out 50 ladies' and children's
winter coats at half their value, Satur
day. A. E. Allen & Co. 1-le
Chas. Townsend of Minneapolis was
a Christmas guest at the home of Mr.
and Mrs Geo Townsend.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Caley of Elk
River were Christmas guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Caley.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Williams, jr.,
uent to Mora on Friday evening to
*-l,end Christmas with relatives in that
Miss Leah Barskey went to Minne
apolis on Saturday motning, where
vhe will visit friends until after
Big special attraction at Strand
theater, Friday and Saturday, Janu
ary 29-30. The Great Brill, the man
of mystery. 1-lc
The Misses Elizabeth and Olga
Lawrence, of Winthrop, are guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schilling during
Mrs. Herman Stahnke left Wednes
day to visit her parents, Rev. and Mrs.
Smith of Boyceville, Wis. She will be
gone over New Years.
Mrs. Roy Swanson from Milaca
came down Wednesday to visit over
New Years with Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Olson on Route 1, Princeton.
Alfred Erickson of Minneapolis,
who had been visiting at the home of
\lbert George Blue Hill for a
week, returned to the ctiy on Monday.
Mrs. J. A. Smith and daughter,
Fern, came up from Minneapolis Sat
urday evening and are spending the
holidays with friends in Spencer
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Olson went to
Ogilvie on Sunday to spend Christmas
with friends and relatives in that vil
lage. They returned on Monday
Miss Ida Miller returned to Minne
apolis Wednesday, after visiting sev
eral days during Christmas week
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Miller on route 2.
W. C. T. U. Meeting Postponed.
The W. C. T. U. meeting has been
postponed until next week. The
place of meeting will be announced in
the next issue of the Union.
Dr. J. F. Kothman, optometrist, who
has removed to 3240 Humbolt Ave., S.
Minneapolis, will be in town on Tues
day, January 2. Eyes examined and
glasse fitted. Office at Merchants'
Mr and Mrs. O. A. Wier and son
nf St. Paul spent the weekend and
Christmas as the guests of Mr. and
Mis. Fred Manke. Mr. and Mrs. Wier
letumed to their home in St. Paul on
Mrs. Tom Kaliher and son, Francis,
went to Minneapolis on Saturday
morning where they will be Christmas
guests at the home of Mr. avd Mrs.
.7 J. Skahen. They will be joined in
Minneapolis by Mr. Kaliher.
E have thousands of friends and patrons
in Princeton and Mille Lacs county to
whom we desire to express our best
wishes for a Happy New Year.
W deeply appreciate the favors
that have been accorded us in the
past. W thank you.
A. Jack Dru Co
Ludefisk, Lefse and Lingenberries
at Morton's Bakery, Saturday noon,
December 23. 52-2c
Bring in your hides and have them
made into a robe, overcoat or lace
leather. Calvin Olson. l-2c
Miss Evelyn Schilling of Minne
apolis and Frank Schilling of Superior
were home for Christmas.
Mrs. Mattie Mallette went to St.
Paul on Saturday morning to spend
Christmas with her son, Lloyd.
Arthur Van Wormer went to Swan
ville Friday to assist the editor of the
News in the newspaper office at th?t
Mrs. Adolph Holman left Wednes
day to visit over New Years with her
sister, Mrs. Casper Brodahl, in Min
Just one long laught at Strand
theater, Friday and Saturday, Decem
ber 29-30. The Great Brill, king of
fun makers. 1-lc
Misses Reiber and Murray returned
to Minneapolis Friday, after a visit of
several days with relatives and friends
Miss Helen Grapentine of Minne
apolis spent Christmas day with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Grapen
tine, on route 2.
The Dorcas society will hold its an
nual election of officers next Wednes
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
J. F. Petterson.
Practically all the members of the
school faculty departed for their re
spective homes on Friday afternoon
or Saturday morning.
N. B. Olson returned to Minneapolis
Wednesday to resume his duties, af
ter an over Christmas visit with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Axel Olson.
Grace Dugan came home Friday
from Glencoe, where she is teaching in
the public school. Miss Dugan will
remain in Princeton during the holi
Fred Burrell arrived in Princeton
on Sunday to spend Christmas with
his family. At the first of the year
he expects to be located at Ironwood,
Miss Mildred Heitman was an over
Christmas guest at the home of her
paients, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heitman
on route 2. She returned to the city
In this issue of the Union there ap
pear some news items under the cap
tion Greenwood. Greenwood is dis
trict 37 and lies north of Princeton on
the Scenic highway.
Olson's packing plant will be in op
eration the first of the year. See Cal
vin Olson about your dressed hogs.
We will handle any amount of hogs
that you have for sale. 52-2c
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Cravens and
daughter of Maiden Rock, Wis., ar
rived in Princeton on Saturday even
ing. They are the guests of Mrs.
Craven's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joel
Try our coffee,
end Produce Co.
Bargains in groceries Saturday. A.
E. Allen & Co. l-l
Try our coffee. It's good. Towns
end Produce Co. 52-2c
Rubbers and overshoes on sale Sat
urday. A. E. Allen & Co. 1-lc
Highest market prices paid for
hides and furs. Calvin Olson. 52-2c
Hubert and Eugene Hill of Minne
apolis spent Christmas with the home
It is good business to store your
battery with Hetrick & Henschel,
Robert Sausser, who has been work
ing at Superior, Wis., was home for
One hundred bargains in different
kinds of merchandise, Saturday, A. E.
Allen & Co. 1-lc
It's good. Towns-
Order your brick ice cream for New
Year's day at Scheens. 1-lc
Men's and boys' overcoats on sale
Saturday. A. E. Allen & Co. 1-lc
Mrs. Martha Miller has accepted a
position at the Branchaud hotel for
Let us take care of your battery
this winter and see the difference.
Hetrick & Henschel. 52-2c
Miss Etta Davis came up from St.
Paul on Saturday to spend the holi
days with her parents.
Mrs. J. Zimmerman went to Minne
apolis Friday to spend Christmas
with her daughter, Wanda.
Mrs. J. Rutherford of Minneapolis
visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
H. Newbert over Christmr.s.
Mrs. Maude Holm came up from
Minneapolis on Thursday evening.
She will remain here during the holi
Roy Busch, student at the State
University, is spending the holidays
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Special added feature at Strand
theater, Friday and Saturday, Decem
ber 29-30, The Great Brill, the man
who mystifies. 1-lc
Wanted, turkeys, geese, ducks, chic
kens, hides and furs. Highest prices
paid. See us before selling. Horst
man Meat market. 1-lp
Strayed, from the postoffice on the
evening of December 27, a large gray
and white cat. Finder kindly return
to postoffice for reward.
Mrs. John Buck went to Anoka Fri
day for a few days visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Buzzell. Mrs. Buzzell is a
daughter of Mrs. Buck.
Abel Engman, merchant of Long
Siding and Erick Linquist, residing
near that place, were business visitors
in Princeton on Tuesday.
Mrs. J. E. Pearson returned to Min
neapolis Wednesday, having visited
here over Christmas at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Pearson.
The Methodist Ladies' Aid society
will meet with Mrs. M. Edmison on
Thursday afternoon, January 4. Lunch
will be served to which all are invited.
Mrs. Peter Jorgenson and children
left Wednesday to visit a couple of
weeks with Mrs. Jorgenson's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Nelson, at Lyle,
Raleigh Herdliska' motorecr^o Min
neapolis Tuesday on business. He was
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Wikeen, Ben Whitney and Mrs. J. C.
Miss Hazel Scalberg returned on
Saturday from Hewitt where she is
teaching in the public school. She will
remain in Princton until after the first
of the year.
Miss Eunice Neely returned on
Saturday from Butler, So. Dak., where
she is teaching school. Miss Eunice
will remain with her parents during
Mr. and Mrs. William D. McGilli
vray of Minneapolis arrived in Prince
ton on Sunday evening. They are the
guests .of Mrs. McGillivray's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Stolle.
Severt Petterson, who is now em
ployed in the credit department of the
First National Bank of Minneapolis,
spent Christmas in Princeton. He re
turned to Minneapolis on Monday
The Woman's Foreign Missionary
society of the M. E. church will meet
with Mrs. Alpheus Orton Tuesday af
ternoon, January 2. The ladies are
planning a missionary tea and every
body is invited.
Anton Skoog of the Melin store
went to St. Paul Saturday evening to
spend Christmas with his family.
They enjoyed a reunion. Three daugh
ters, two of them married and with
their husbands, were present at the
The American Legion will give a
New Year's ball at the armory Mon
day evening. Dancing early and with
good music promised, and a large
crowd anticipated, the guests will en
joy a happy time dancing the Old
Year out and the New Year in.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl O. Hawkinson
and six children left Friday for Lake
Nordon, S. D., to make their home
with Mrs. Hawkinson's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. P. Palm and other rela
tives and friends for the present. The
family recently experienced a heavy
loss in a fire which burned their farm
home in Wyanett.
Ben Whitney of Minneapolis and
Fred Burrell of Ironwood, Mich.,
joined the E. E. Whitney family here
for Christmas. A family gathering at
the parental home on Christmas day
was a happy event. Ben returned to
the city Tuesday and Mr. and Mrs.
Burrell and two daughters left Wed
nesday for Ironwood, Mich., where
they are to make their new home, Mr.
Burrejl recently accepting a position
in one of the banks in that city. Iron
wood is just across the Michigan line
and is a progressive little city in the
ore mining district.
THE PRINCETON UNION: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1922
Ladies' skirts at half price Satur
day. A. E. Allen & Co. 1-lc
Miss Mary Caley and Billy Caley
are spending their vacation in Prince
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Abel Engman
at Northwestern- hospital on Christ
mas day, a girl.
Miss Eileen^Kaliher is home from
|St. Benedict's academy to spend the
holidays in Princeton.
The Civic Betterment club will meet
next Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 in the
Commercial club rooms.
Special for Friday and Saturday,
pig's heads 7 cents per pound and
spare ribs 7 cents. Calvin Olson/ lc
Miss Irene Cole returned Tuesday
morning from an over Christmas visit
with her parents at Sartell, Minn.
Mrs. Sophia Christopher and sons,
Stanley and Peter, were down from
Wahkon today on a medical mission.
Miss Marion Fox returned from
Sauk Center on Saturday to spend
Christmas and New Year's in Prince
Chester Cooney, who is attending
the State University, is home for the
holidays visiting his parents, Dr. and
Mrs. H. C. Cooney.
Miss Margaret Armitage and
Thompson Armitage came up from
Minneapolis on Saturday and returned
on Monday evening.
The public library in the school
house will be open from 2 to 5 in the
afternoon and from 7 to 9 in the
evening on January 6 and 13.
The Congregational Sunday school
children, under the direction of Miss
Josephine Plummer, packed several
Christmas,baskets of food to dis
tribute in the village.
Misses Anna and Margaret Heruth
came up from Minneapolis last Sat
urday. They spent Christmas with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Heruth, and returned to Minneapolis
on Monday evening.
John Hager of Wyanett left for
Clay Center, Neb., last Friday morn
ing to be present at a Christmas din
ner given by his mother for her 11
children. They will all be present,
representing three of the states and
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jesmer enter
tained the following guests at a 6
o'clock dinner on Christmas day: Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Mallotte and son,
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mallotte and
daughters, Edna and Esther, Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Grow and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Lessard and family, Mr.
and Mrs. O. A. Raiche of Rush City,
Ralph Grow of Cloquet and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Nelson have
'been enjoying a visit from their two
sons and daughter. Mrs. David Um
behocker arrived from St. Paul to visit
during the holidays Mr. Umbehocker
was up for Christmas and will likely
be here on New Year's. Theron Nel
son, who is a student at the State
University, is home during the holi
day vacation and Ernest Nelson of
New York Mills was home for Chi-ist
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ed-Will Fish
er and their small son,Robert, of Min
neapolis arrived in Princeton on Fri
day to spend Sunday at the home of
Mrs. Fisher's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
E. L. McMillan. The family circle
was completed on Saturday evening by
the arrival of Miss Esther McMillan
of Minneapolis. On Tuesday Mr.
Fisher and Miss Esther McMillan re
turned to Minneapolis. Mrs. Fisher
and Master Robert returned today.
ST. CLOUD BUSINESS COLLEGE
New Term January 2
Learn Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Type
writing, Banking, and get ready for a
good position. Board and tuition is
very reasonable. Send for Catalogue.
VATH & AHLES
With Our Compliments
We wish to be remembered to the good
people of Princeton and vicinity at this
great yuletide season. May its joys and
comforts always increase and bring you
happiness and prosperity.
REMEMBER, WE BUY POULTRY, EGGS, VEAL
HIDES AND FURS
START USING OUR PLANTATION BLEND COF
FEE THE COMING YEAR
We also have for sale
HORMEL'S MEAT SCRAPS
for making your hens lay, and
SECURITY CALF MEAL
to raise your calves
Townsend Produce Company
Civic Club Distributes Baskets.
The charity committee of the Civic
Betterment club packed and distribut
ed 19 baskets of food a few days be
fore Christmas. These baskets went
to those who are in need of a little
assistance at this particular time.
The donations for these baskets
were brought to the school house by
the pupils. Besides this the club pur
chased 450 pounds of flour.
Much credit for this good work is
due the mothers who prepared the
packages donated, the children who
delivered them, the teachers and
Supt. Hall who assembled them for
the club, Mrs. Charley Ross, chairman
of the charity committee, and all hep:
The Civic Betterment club does
splendid charity work.
Little Edwin Lamprecht Dies.
Edwin Lamprecht, the small son of
Mr. and Mrs. August Lamprecht, died
at his home in Bogus Brook on last
Thursday mqrning. He was two years
and 11 months of age. His death re
sulted from an attack of quinsy.
Everything possible was done to re
lieve him but it was of no avail.
The small boy will be sadly missed
by his parents, three sisters and two
Funeral services were held last
The sympathy of many friends is
extended to the family.
Marriage Licenses Issued.
Otto Albright and Mrs. Bess Means
on December 21.
E. Tustin Mantagae of Hennepin
county to Lillian U. Mattson of Page
on December 23.
John J. Bliss of Borgholm to Janie
G. Perry of Milaea township on DecT
Harold P. Bam of Onamia to Cath
erine Mallery of Milaca on December
Luke Brinks of Pease to Classina
Groan of Milo on December 26.
New Year Greetings.
A number of the business houses of
Princeton are represented in a special
page covering New Year greetings
and the Union takes pleasure in call
ing attention to page six of this issue.
Others have greetings in individual
ads elsewhere in the paper.
A Quiet Question.
Harpers: "In my state," says a
Kentuckian. "is a town so full of fam
ily fueds and quarrels that the ac
count of any festivity is sure to con
tain items of anything but a peaceable
"A recent wedding presented such
unusual features that it was spoken
of with wonder by all the inhabitants.
'I never saw anything pass off so
pretty and calm as Bud and Harriet's
wedding in all my days,' said one of
the invited guests a week after the
wedding. 'Why, there wasn't a single
casualty excepting Bill Thomas' black
eye, and we got Henry Morton off
him without half trying, you know we
did. There didn't seem to be any what
you might call family feeling at that
A Walking Example.
American Legion Weekly: There
wasn't a prouder young father in the
town than former Lieut. Haskins.
Even if the 2-year-old was a bit back
ward about learning to operate his
feet, his parent could not see that it
was anything except an advantage.
One day, as he was guiding the child's
uncertain footsteps along the path in
front of his home, a neighbor ap
"Ah, teaching the little fellow how
to walk, eh?" he commented.
"Not at all," replied the father
proudly. "The child is teaching me
things about walking I never dreamed
of before. I never in the world imag
ined it was such a complicated pro-
Bogus Brook Items.
Christ Kern and Oscar Nagel visit
ed at the Herman Kuhrke home on
Mrs. Minikus and sister, Emma
Quade, called on Mrs. Aug. Olson last
Bill Kuhrke made a business trip to
Milaca last Monday.
Oscar Nagel called on Herman
Riebe Saturday evening.
STR A N
THE HOME OF BETTER PICTURES
Program Beginning Sunday, Dec. 31
SUNDAY AND MONDAY"HOLD YOUR HORSES"
Sparkling with Irish humor and displaying Tom Moore as the most
amazing Misther Canavan. Matinee, 10 and 20 cents evening, 15 and
25 cents plus tax.
Episodes 7 and 8. Pathe Review. Comedy. 10 and 20 cents, plus tax.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY"APPEARANCES"
With David Powell. Can you bluff the world with a smile? Can you
beat it on your nerve Come and see. Movie Chats. Matinee, 10 and
15 cents evening, 10 and 20 cents plus tax.
NOTE: MONDAY (NEW YEARS) MATINEE AT 3 P. M.
Matinee Saturdays at 2:30 p. m., and Sundays at 3 p. m.
Two Shows on Sunday, Tuesday and Saturday Nights, at 7:30 and 9.
Mondays and Fridays, One Show at 8 p. m.
To our friends and customer,
old and new, we wish to thank
you all for the kind patronage
bestowed on us the past year and
hope our relations in the future
will be as agreeable as in the
past. A Happy and Prosperous
New Year to All is our sincere
Princeton Drug Co.
Saving Your Coupons?
Remember, that with every 10
cent purchase made at Berg
man's store you get a coupon
which is numbered and may be
lucky for you. We are giving
away free several substantial
articles in furniture.
Free to Cash Customers
Look at the number on your cou
pon. Miss Elsie Schwartz was
fortunate in receiving the first
article. There are two yet un
claimed. Will hold 15 days and
then next numbers will be en
titled to these. Blue "D" 5 and
yellow "S" 1000 are now posted.
Ask for ticket with every pur
chase. Come in and we will tell
you about the prizes.
Bergman's Variety Store
Happy New Year!
May the loyal support of our many friends
in the past be reflected in our best wishes
for your success through the New Year.
Alfred Welin Wins Prize
W are pleased to announce that the above
party won the 26-piece silver set at our
store Saturday evening, by guessing the
nearest number of peanuts in the jar.
There were U64 and Mr. Welin's guess
was \\65. Other near guesses were M.
B. Matson, U67j Fred Hoehn and Mrs.
Win, Pevestorf both JJ70. Judges were
Calvin Olson and Archie M. Jones.
The Farmers' Co-operative Co.
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