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J. S. Lee made a business trip to
Belgrade last week.
Miss Cora Smith spent Sunday
with Spicer friends.
Miss Norma Rueff will spend
Thanksgiving at Granite Falls.
Miss Emma T. Johnson spent Sun
dfnT a guest of relatives in Atwater.
Miss Gertrude Sandberg left today
to spend her vacation in Minneapolis.
Mrs. August Holmberg and child
ren went to Atwater today to visit
Miss Birdie Ramsett left today to
spend Thanksgiving with friends at
Miss Marie Botnen, who teaches at
Pennock, spent Sunday at her home
in this city.
Miss Esther Lawson left today
spend Thanksgiving at her home iu
Prof. N. B. Swalin was at Brooten
last week, where he furnished music
at a wedding.
Miss Beda Anderson arrived Sat
urday from Murdock for an indefinite
stay in this city.
Miss Mabel Geer came down from
New London today for a visit at the
W. L. Geer home.
Mrs. P. L. Peterson left on Satur
day for a visit at the home of her
sister in Sioux Falls.
France Brogren of New London is
expected today to spend a few days
here, a guest of relatives.
Miss Anna Tallakson came home
today from Minneapolis to spend
Thanksgiving at her home near Will
Rev. Theo. Livingstone and Rev.
L. G. Edgren returned home Monday
from an over Sunday stay at Far
Mrs. Fred Larson and little son
and little Miss Gertrude Tallman
went to Minneapolis to spend Thanks
Mr. and Mrs. John Brown of Tyler
on their way to Benson were guests
of their cousin, Mrs. B. J. Branton,
Mrs. Emily Erickson .arrived Sat
urday from Sisseton, S. D. for a visit
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Mrs. Fred Ackerman and children
returned home Friday from a several
weeks' visit with relatives in the
Maurice Borstein of New York
City arrived at Willmar last week,
in the interest of the New York* De
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Ramsett leave
this noon for Wahpeton, N. D., to
spend Thanksgiving da^T with Mr. and
Mrs. Lidstone and Harold Ramsett.
Otto Peterson of Graceville was in
this city Friday on his way to Kan
diyohi to visit his brother, Charles
Peterson, who is very ill at his home
Mesdames G. Peterson, S. B. Carl
son, E. Ohsberg and August Hoglund
went to Litchfield today to attend the
Mission meetings of the Swedish Lu
Mrs. K. L. Hyde has shipped her
household goods to Minneapolis, to
which place she will leave this week
to make her future home, with her
son, Wilbur F. Hyde.
Albert Odell, Loren Hodgson and
Albert Porter of the State "U" are
expected home this evening to spend
the^ Thanksgiving vacation at their
respective homes here.
Attorney and Mrs. Geo. H. Tvler
jof Elk River are expected to arrive
in Willmar today to spend Thanks
giving day with Mr. Tyler's parents,
Engineer and Mrs. G. Tyler.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Nelson return
ed to their home at Minneapolis last
Thursday, after attending the wed
ding of Mrs. Nelson's sister, w'uch
occurred in this city Nov. 20.
Mrs. J. Staples and daughter ar"
rived last week from Summerside,
Prince Edward Island, Canada, for
a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
II. G. MacDonald and A. D. Camp
Dr. and Mrs. M. Russell Wilcox
and son Russell, are expected this
evening from Minneapolis to enjoy
Thanksgiving dinner at the home of
Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Frost. Dr. Wil
cox is a brother of Mrs. Frost.
Miss Sophia Bednorz who spent a
couple of days at the home of her
brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Bednorz, left Saturday for Benson,
where she will also visit before re"
turning to her home at Waverly.
Mrs..C. Lindberg of Minneapolis,
who is visiting her daughter, Mrs. C.
A. Nelson returned Saturday from a
visit with a daughter at Kimball.
Mrs. Lindberg expects to remain in
this city until after the holidays.
WILLMAR DEC. 13-14
Next Rally of West Central Min
nesota Association at Willmar
December 13 and 14.
Willmar will be the scene of a big
booster meeting of the Western Min
nesota Development Association on
Friday and Saturday, Dec. 13 and
14. Mr. B. F. Woodard, executive
secretary, from Wheaton, Minneso
ta, was here yesterday in consulta
tion with the officers of the Willmar
It is proposed to hold afternoon
and evening sessions on Friday, the
13th and a morning session on the
following day. Dean Woods of the
Agricultural College Prof. Holden
of Ames, Iowa Prof. E. C. Higbee,
secretary of the Association, and the
head of the Morris school Hon. F.
W. Murphy, president of Wheaton
and a number of others, are among
the speakers who are certain to be
here. It is also expected that Presi
dent Vincent of the State University
and James J. Hill will be present to
address the people at the meetings.
The sessions will be held at the
courthouse. The meetings will be
held under the auspices of the Will
mar Commercial Club, and are ex
pected to draw visitors from all coun
ties in this part of Minnesota. All
corporate and co-operative bodies
and enterprises are invited to send
delegates and all public-spirited citi
zens from farms and city are expect
ed to be present and help boost in
one of the greatest movements ever
undertaken to develop this country.
Further particulars will be given in
the next issue of the Willmar Trib
Ed. R. Rasmussn of Wetaskiwin,
Alberta, Canada, accompanied by
Ingward Wicklund, of the same pro
vince, arrived to Willmar last Thurs
day evening for a brief stay for bus
iness and social calls. Mr. Rasmus
son is still very enthusiastic about his,
new home, and does not seem to be
nursing anv idea of returning to this
country to reside. He says the peo
ple of his country were well pleased
with the way the late elections turn
ed out in the states. The returns
were taken there election night with
as much interest as anywhere. The
single land tax and school tax are the
only taxes paid by the farmers of Al
berta. Mr. Rasmusson expects to
return during the coming week if h*3
can finish un his financial affairs
Swedish Literary Society.
Last Monday night's program and
social of the Swedish Literary society
was marked by a rather lengthy, but
vei-y interesting and instructive pro
gram. There were recitations by
Misses Myrtle Lindstrom, N a
Swenson and Amy Severinson, as
says by Messrs. Lewis Johnson and
Erick Ohsberg. A geographical and
historical review illustrated by charts
of the province of Scania by Att\.
Chas. Johnson, a story by Rev. Liv
ingstone, and musical numbers by
Collin's orchestra, Miss Ruth Carl
son, Miss Esther Sorenson, Mr. Rob
ert Otterness and others. There was
a large attendance.
The Ladies of the Swedish Luther
an Bethel church will serve supper at
their church basement next Wednes
day evening, beginning at 5:30 o'~
clock. The menu will consist of the
Beef Roast Meat Balls
Mashed Potatoes Gravy Pickles
Coffee and Cake
The prices will be 25c for adults
and 15c for children. The ladies cor
dially invite all friends of the church
to come and patronize this supper.
All will be welcome.
Installation of Rev. Gade.
The installation of the Rev. Lou
Wallace Gade as pastor of the First
Presbyterian church of Willmar oc
curred last Wednesday evening. Dr.
E. V. Campbell, D. D., of St. Cloud
presided at this impressive occasion.
The installation sermon was preach
ed by Rev. W. A. Hutchison, D. D.,
of Camp Point, HI. Rev. Herbert
McHenry of Atwater delivered the
charge to the pastor and Rev. U. G.
Lacey gave the charge to the people.
Mr. Emery Parnell sang a solo. The
St. Cloud Presbytery was in session
at the church Wednesday afternoon.
Invitations have been received by
relatives and friends of Miss Fern
Magnuson of Edgely, N. D., whose
marriage takes place at the Presby
terian church in Edgely, Thanksgiv
ing day to Mr. Joseph Blanco .of that
city. The bride is well known here,
having visited in this city several
times and is a niece of Mr. S. E.
Magnuson of this citv.
Last Wednesday evening at the
Lutheran Free parsonage occurred
the marriage of Miss Olga 0 Quam,
daughter of Mr. A. P. Quam of this
city, to Mr. L. E. Gooch, a brakeman
on the Sioux City line. The ceremony
occurred at eight o'clock, Rev. Mich
aelson reading the service. Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Boomer were the attend
ants. Dinner was served at the
bride's home, and the young people
made a trip to Minneapolis. Mr, and
Mrs. H. L. Nielson of Minneapolis
were among the relatives in attend
ance. Mr. and Mrs. Gooch have the
congratulations of many friends.
A quiet wedding took place at the
Swedish Lutheran raarsonage last
Saturday noon, Nov. 23, when Rev.
Gustaf Peterson tied the knot which
binds together the destinies of Miss
Nannie Alvira Johnson and Mr Ed
ward Peterson of St. Johns town
ship. Mr. Peterson is the son of
Mrs. Gust. Peterson and now runs
the farm. The young people have the
best wishes of a large circle of
friends for a long and happy life.
A wedding occurred at the Luther
an Free parsonage last Saturday ev
ening when Mrs. Bertha Benson was
married to Mr. P. R. Stromberg, who
came here from Milaca, Rev. Mich
aelson officiating. The marriage was
witnessed by Mr. and Mrs. Ostrom of
Svea. Mr. Stromberg is employed at
the Madison feed barn.
On Thursday evening of next week,
Nov. 28, a concert will be given in the
school house in District No. 25, in
Town of Lake Andrew of that school.
Come out and give the school a lift
in paying for its piano. Following is
Selection North Star Orchestra
Violin Solo, Mazurka De Concert.
N. B. Swalin.
Overture, King Murdas
North Star Orchestra
Piano Solo, Selected
Mrs. J. S. Lee.
Violin Solo,."Et Sater so
N. B. Swalin.
Vocal Solo, by Miss Mostue, with
N. B. Swalim
Duet, Norwegian a E Grieg
"Brude farden Hardanger," by four
Selection by orchestra.
Licensed to Wed.
Nov. 20—Leonard Gooch to Miss
Nov. 20—James McKinsty to Miss
Nov. 20—Edward T. Peterson to
Miss Nannie A. Johnson.
Nov. 23—Peter A. Stromberg \o
Mrs. Bertha Benson.
Nov. 23—Mike Rahrlein to Miss
Nov. 25—August G. Holtz to Miss
Louisa D. Birkemeyer.
Nov. 25—William D. La Clair to
Miss May Luella Samuelson.
Nov. 26—Alexander Roelofs to
Nov. 27—Andrew Lindquist to
Miss Julia Ottelie Hjelle.
Pantorium is Improved.
Messrs. S. C. Hicks and Horton
Sperry have purchased the Model
Pantorium from Carl E. Amenrud,
and have fitted the same with up-to
date dry cleaning machinery. They
have employed a first class tailor and
will presently install a steam pressing
machine, which will enable them to
take care of rush business. They have
added a cigar stand and will in addi
tion to their other lines sell "Hole
Elks Memorial Service.
An Elks memorial service will be
held at the Willmar opera house next
Sunday afternoon, under the ausDic
es of the B. P. 0. Elks No. 952. The
memorial address will be delivered by
Hon. Thomas Davis of Marshall.
There will be appropriate musical se
lections. The program begins at 2:30
p. m. The public is cordially invited
to attend these services.
First Tri-Mu Banquet.
A banquet was given by the Tri
Mu class of the Baptist church Fri
day evening at the church basement.
A delightful time was had. Covers
were laid for 43. The dinner was in
four courses, the main one being tur
key. This was the first banquet of
this class. Effiel Holm was toast
master and several present respond
ed to toasts.
Free Church Ladies' Aid Social.
The Ladies' Aid-society of the Nor
wegian Luth. Free church will meet
next Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 4.
The following ladies will serve: Mes
dames O. R. Sletten and Fixen, and
Miss Nellie Mattson. Everybody wel
Mrs. Robert Bosworth entertained
a company of her lady friends at her
home at 1204 Campbell avenue last
H. C. Miller of Edgerton, Minn.,
has accepted a position as flagman
on the Willmar and Sioux Falls line.
He arrived Sunday.
THE HEW OEBMAjr OTTBEBAV CfelTBCX AT BATMOVB
Dedicated Sunday, Hoy. 17. See Page 7.
Mr. Swan Anderson who has been
very ill is improving.
Miss Elsie Monson visited Ray
mond friends last week.
Ben Benson made a business trip
to Benson last Wednesday.
Mrs. Frank Heald left last week
for a visit in the twin cities.
Miss Florence Magnuson left today
for a visit with friends at New Lon
Mrs. E. M. Sanderson went to At
water Thursday for a visit with rela
Mrs. J. H. Taylor and daughter,
Alberta, spent Sunday in the twin
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Kalvig left Sat
urday for a visit with relatives and
friends at Sandstone and Fergus
Mrs. Oscar Benson and little
daughter Mabel, of Murdock, were
Sunday visitors at the A. .£,_ Brandt
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Nelson on
East Litchfield avenue, are entertain
in? this evening the teachers of the
Swedish Lutheran Bethel Sunday
Flag Men on Trains.
A special flag man has been plac
ed on all passenger trains on the
Willmar & Sioux Falls line during the
last ten days. The heavy traffic on
this line lately has made this precau
tion for added safety seem neces
Agricultural Society to Meet.
The Kandiyohi County Fair Asso
ciation will hold its annual meeting
next Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 4, at
one o'clock, at the Commercial Clu
rooms, to hear reports and elect of
ficers for ensuing year.
Personal and Otherwise
County Poultry Ass'n.
The Kandiyohi County Poultry
Association will meet at the Commer
cial Club rooms at Willmar Friday
evening, Dec. 6, at seven o'clock.
'MrsV a a visitor in the
twin pities ^ajurdajr. -,
Mr.:and Jjtfs. Franklin Hansen and
son. %le |are visiting relatives in
Sioux] Falls. '.
Mra. Charles Rasmusson enter
tained company from Morris a few
days }ast ^eek.
Those attending the St. Cloud Nor
mal arrived home todav to spend
their Vacation at their home.
Mids Pheobe Paulson left today to
spend! Thanksgiving with Dr. and
Mrs! Robertson of Cottonwood.
Carl„iPeterson is expected home
this evl|ang to spend tomorrow at his
parental home, Andrew Peterson.
Esther and Chester Swenson came
to Wilnnar Saturday from Murdock,
for a visit at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Birkeland.
§£Mr. and Mrs. Anton Bakke will en"
|ertain at dinner twenty relatives and
Jmmedia|e friends at their home on
Ijj'ifth' sWeet, Thanfegtcing day.
Miss Lois E. Sanden entertained a
few of her -oung girl friends at her
home on Fifth street Sunday after
noon. The guest of honor was Miss
Dagmar Hartwick, who leaves this
week for her home at Granite Falls.
Mrs. C. M. Nelson left Saturday
for Minot, N. D., to join her husband
who is engineer on the Great North
ern railroad and who was recently
transferred to Minot. Engineer and.
Mrs. Nelson have been residents of
Willmar for the past ten years.
Mrs. Lawrence Barnes was given
a very nleasant surprise by thirty
five of her lady friends at her home
on Jessie street last Thursday even
ing. The occasion was in form of a
house warming, Mr. and Mrs. Barnes
having just recently gone to house
keeping. The evening hours were
spent in visiting, and the serving of
an elaborate luncheon. Mrs. Barnes
was given a shower of miscellany.
American Steam Laundry.
A deal was closed last Wednesday,
Nov. 20, whereby E. J. Boomer be
came the owner of the Willmar Steam
Laundry. Mr. Boomer expects to
make several new improvements, and
the building will be equipped with
new machinery. He-now styles it the
American Steam Laundry.
We are thankful to God for all the manifold blessings He
has bestowed upon us during the months and seasons passed,
as well as during all the days and years of our lives.
We are thankful for prosperity and plenty, as well as for
the chance to work hard for a living and do a small and humble
part in the struggle for better conditions in our home commun
ity, state and nation.
We are thankful for our friends and good neighbors, as
well as for all honest criticism and opposition, through which
we may learn our weaknesses and be able to improve and bet
We are thankful for being spared from dire calamity, but
pray that we may not in fancied security fall prey to ills which
might prove worse to us than either fire, war or pestilence.
For all good things, thanks!
For all healthy things, thanks!
For all material and bodily comfort which we enjoy, thanks!
For all blessings of this life, thanks!
For the hope of abetter life in a world to come, thanks!
Thanksgiving services Thursday
morning at 10:30 with offerings for
the Home Mission. Rev. E. M. vHan
son of New London will preach.
"Mands and Kvindeforeningen"
will moet Thursday evening. Good
program and refreshments.
Morning services with holy' com
munion next Sunday at 10:30, and
evening- service at 7:45 Sunday
school at 12:15 and the two Bible
classes at 7.Xr
The Ladies' society north of the
city will meet at Ole Thorson's Tues
day afternoon, Dec. 3.
The Ladies' society in the city
meets Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 4,
and Miss Nellie Nelson, Mrs. Fixen
and Mrs. Ole Sletten will serve re
St. John's Ladies' society will meet
at Mathias Rusten's Thursday after
noon, Dec. 5, and Priam Ladies' so"
ciety meets with Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Sanderson, Friday afternoon, Dec. 6.
Thanksgiving services at St. John's
dhurch Thursday morning at 11 o'
clock, with offerings for the Home
NORWEGIAN LUTH. SYNOD
Tomorrow (Thanksgiving Pav)
services in Norwegian at 10:3ft a. m.
Offering for Foreign Missions.
Next Sundav no services in either
of the churches as the pastor will be
out of the. city. Sunday school at
the Willmar church at 10:30 a. m.
The Sunday school teachers will
meet with Miss Jane Thorpe next
Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
The Vikor Ladies' Society meets
with Mrs. John Florin next Wednes
The Ladies' society here in the city
meets next Thursday afternoon. Re
freshments will be served by Mrs.
Glad, Mrs. Corbin, Mrs. Rabe, and
SWEDISH LUTH. BETHEL.
Services next Sunday at 10:30 a.
m. Services at Pennock at 3 o'clock
Thanksgiving Day services at 10
30 at Bethel church.
The Ladies' society will give a
supper Wednesday, Dec. 4. ^r
Morning worship and sermon at
10:30 a. m. Sabbath school at 12
noon Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:45 p. m.
evening preaching service at 7:30 o'
Midweek prayer service Wednes
day evening at 7:30.
All are most cordially invited to the
services of this church,
SWEDISH M. E.
Thanksgiving Day at ten thirty in the
morning1 sermon by the pastor.
In the evening the E. L. has arranged
a social with a very interesting pro
gram. Mrs. Lee will speak. Rev. Liv
ingstone has promised to read "Kung
The debate "Resolved, that schoolmen
and churchmen should take a more ac
tive part in politics," promise* to be
Next Sunday meetings as usual, both
morning and evening1.
To all our friends a cordial invitation
A Thanskgivlng service will be held
next Thursday forenoon at 10:30 o'clock
with sermon by the pastor and prayer.
The choir will sing.
An offering will be taken up for our
Home of Mercy in Chicago. Show your
mercy towards the unfortunate.
Our monthly business meeting will be
held next Friday night. Every member
is urged to be present as this is an im
Next Sunday the S. S. begins at 9:30
a. m., and morning service at 10:45, The
Y. P. meeting begins at 6:15 p. m., and
evening service at 7:30 o'clock.
OAK PARK M. E.
There will be no services next Sunday.
Sunday school at 10:30 o'clock: Thanks
giving Day services will be held on
Thursday at 10:30 o'clock a. m. A series
of meetings will begin next Wednesday
and continue over Sunday. Several min
isters will be present. Everybody wel
Salvation Army meetings are conduct
ed at the Salvation Army hall Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday nights at
8 p. m.
Sunday Holiness meetings 11 a. m.,
Sunday school 2 p. m., Haleluja meeting
4 p. m.. Salvation meeting 8 p. m. Every
one is welcome.
County Horticultural Meeting,
Kandiyohi County Horticultural
society will meet at the courtroom of
the courthouse next Saturday at 11
Dinner will be served free to all
members at the Commercial Hotel.
All persons interested in horticul
ture are invited to be present.
C. C. SELYIG SecV.
Mourns Death of Sister.
George M. Winney received last
Saturday the sad news of the death
of a sister, Mrs. Nicholas Snoor,
wfcich occurred at her home in Jack
son, Mich. Mr. Winney departed the
same day for that place. The fa
Bifl TelepboK Property SM 9y
Sheritt Btt4e IMer Mert
The Minnesota Central Telephone
Company, once the pride of Western
Minnesota, is no more. At least it
has not the least bit of tangible pro
perty to its name. The last sad rites
occurred at the Kandiyohi county
courthouse last Friday morning,
when all the property was sold to
satisfy a trust deed held by the Min
nesota Loan & Trust Company of
Minneapolis, for about $172,000. The
property was bid in by the North
western Telephone Exchange Com-
pany for the sum of $600,000, the
difference being paid by securities
held against the Minnesota Central
by that company.
The act involving more than a half
million dollars was over in a minute.
Those present directly interested be
sides the sheriff were Atty. J. M.
Martin, representing the Trust com
pany, Mr. E. A. Prendergast, repre"
senting the Northwestern Telephone
Exchange Company, General Manag
er Baker and Secretary Williams Q.f
the Minnesota Central.
Sheriff Bonde started to read the
notice of sale, which was asked to
be dispensed with by unanimous con
sent. Mr. Martin bid the amount of
the mortgage on behalf of the Trust
company. Mr. Prendergast bid $600,
000 on behalf of the Northwestern
Telephone Exchange Co. The sheriff
asked if there were any other bids.
Mr. Prendergast with a smile looked
into the outside room, remarking,
"Where are the other fellows!" The
hammer fell and the telephone sys
tem reaching twenty-three counties
of Minnesota was sold. Mr. Pren
dergast handed to the sheriff over
$400,000 in notes given by the Min
nesota Central to the Northwestern
as payment for the difference between
the amount called for by the mort
gage and the amount of his bid. On
one of these alone more than $2,000
in interest wo? due.
Willmar was the headquarters for
the Minnesota Centrafln thTearl
days of building and promotion. Af
ter the Northwestern secured control
of its stock, the general office was
moved to Minneapolis in conjunction
with the Northwestern offices. For a
term of years past the management
of this system has been under the di
rection" of the Northwestern Bell
company. It has-been extending the
lines and improving the property as
the large construction account
shows. These facts were brought
out in a suit brought by the minor
ity stockholders to protect their in
terests, but which evidently did not
materialize for their benefit. Last
year the Minnesota Central did not
pay the interest on the trust deed
mortgage or bonds, the default of
which led to the proceedings of last
Five Year's Record of Hospital.
The members of the staff with their
families and the nurses associated
with the Willmar Hospital celebrat
ed the fifth anniversary of that in
stitution by giving a banquet last
Friday evening. An interesting re
port was given of the work done dur
ing the five years, up to Nov. 15.
This report shows that in all 616
cases have been treated of which 414
were surgical 186 medicine, and 16
obstetrical. The number of Hospital
days were 7,641. Of the surgical
cases there were four deaths and of
the medicine cases, 6 deaths, or ten
in all. This shows a mortality of less
than one per cent of the surgical'
cases and less than two per cent of
all cases treated.
Presbyterian Church Supper.
The Ladies' Social Union of the
Presbyterian church will give their
sale and supper Thursday, Dec. 5.
The sale begins at five and at six o'
clock supper will be served with the
Meat Balls Gravy
Mashed Potatoes, Cabbage Salad
Apple Pie Doughnuts
Entertainments at High School
On Friday evening this week, at S
o'clock stereoptieon views of north
ern Minnesota, International Falls
and early Minneapolis will be giveu.
There will also be a descriptive lec
ture by Mr. A. L. Jones. All stu
dents and parents are invited.
The Doll Bazaar.
Don't forget the Doll Bazaar to be
given by the young ladies of the
Presbyterian church in Carlsonls hall
Thursday, Dec. 5.
Everything Miss Doll needs in
keeping house will be found here:
dressed dolls, beds, bed linen, coats,
Ibonnets, aprons, kimonas, etc..
Mrs. Oscar Larson left yesterday for
a brief visit.
Prof. 6. A. Foster was a visitor at
New London Friday.
iter. Arvid J. Ostling Is spending a
few days in the twin cities this week.
Mrs. Hilda Broman went to Tripoli*
Thursday for a day's visit with rela
Miss Esther Hoglund and TTynnnh
Norin went to the cities Monday for a
Mr* John Lundquist and mother, Mrs.
Sandberg, returned Saturday from their
visit in Minneapolis.
Mrs. Elmer Johnson and children of
Kandiyohi were Sunday visitors at the
William Englund home.
A "toe" social will be held at the Mon
roe school, district 39, Friday evening
Nov. 29 at 7:30 o'clock.
Miss Lydla Erlahdson returned to
Pennock Monday, after an over Sunday
visit with Miss Marie Erlandson.
Rev. Theo. Livln-stone left Thurs
day for an over Sunday stay at Far
well attending mission meetings.
Mrs. Florence Lea, county visiting
nurse, spent Thursday and Friday visit
ing at Arctander and Lake Andrew.
Miss Sibyl Sullivan was In tbbt^tlty
Monday on her way to her home at Spic
er, from a visit with relatives In, Minne
Mrs. A. E. Gynild returned to Tier
home at Lake Andrew Friday, after a
visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. J.
G.'T. Ledell returned to her home i.1
San Deigo, Calif., Friday, after attend
ing the funeral of his brother, the late
Frank B. LedelL
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ruble and little
son arrived Friday from DriscolL N. D.,
for an extended visit at the home of O.
E. Ruble and family.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Adams departed
yesterday for Long Beach, Calit, to
spend the winter, i'hey expect to return
to Willmar the fore part of April.
Mrs. H. S. Gordham-r and chlldresi
arrived yesterday from Kerkhoven to
spend Thanksgiving at her parental
home here. Mr. Gordhaxner is expected
Miss Adella Harrison of Graceville
arrived here yesterday /or a visit with
Miss Beda Carlson. Miss Carlson Is on
her way to the state of Tennessee to
make her home.
J. D. Parnell, S. E. Stansberry and
Andrew Peterson were guests at the
Minneapolis Civic and Commerce Asso
ciatfon banquet, given a^ Hotel Raddls-
Futday evening.• '«?:K* 5^#J:.\_ ^.
Mr. M. JU. Gullard ana family arrived
Monday from Cresco, Iowa, to make
their home here. They are located in
the residence just vacated by A. P. Ad
ams at 302 10th street.
R. W. Phelps of South Dakota, who
has been a guest at the home of Rev. ^H
Mrs. Cyrus Sullivan of Spicer, was In
this city Monday enroute for the south
to spend the winter in Kansas.
The Musical social, given by the
Christian Endeavor of the Presbyterian
church at the church parlors Friday
evening, was a success in every way. A
neat sum of money was realized.
Miss Jane Thorpe very nicely enter
tained the Sewing Club of the Synod
church at her home at 834 Nelson Ave.,
Friday evening. Delicious luncheon was
served and the guests numbered 14.
Kandiyohi, Nov. 25—N. C. Sorenson
spent Wednesday with friends at Litch
Mrs. P. E. Lundquist and baby and
Mrs. J. V, Holmbene spent Thursday
and Friday at Willmar.
Mrs. J. Lundquist returned home Sun
day morning from her trip to Benson
Miss Rose Magnuson of HarriBon Is
spending the week.with Mrs. Hans Lew
Mr. and Mrs. Gran entertained com
pany on Sunday.
Mrs. E. T. Thulin and baby left for
their home in St. Paul on Monday. Carl
Klint accompanied them to seek employ
Myrtle Anderson of W. H. S. Is home
tor her Thanksgiving vacation.
Miss Mary Price leaves today for her
home at New London to spend her
Miss Ellen Anderson Is at home to
spend her vacation.
Miss Emma Noid Is staying- at Shos
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Luad spent Sunday
at Rev. Walters..
Miss Clara Anderson, accompanied by
Miss Johnson, teachers at Svea, came
home on Tuesday to visit over Thanks
Farmers shipped stock on Tuesday.
C. E. Kroona has gone to Bethesda
hospital to take treatments for his knee.
All of Mr. Kroona's friends hope to hear
of a speedy recovery.
Reinold Peterson is1 home from the
W. H. S. to eat his Thanksgiving turkey.
Mrs. O. G. Benson and children of Ben
son, Minn., are here for a visit with
relatives and friends
Chas. Peterson is on the sick list.
Prof, and Mrs. Hauge leave today for
a visit at their respective homes at New
London and Kerkhoven, during* vaca.
J. Peterson has gone to Wheaton, Min
nesota, and in* South Dakota, for a visit
with old time friends.
Communion and high mass at Ebenex
er next Sunday at 11 o'clock 8. 8. at 10.
Geo. Engwall and lady friend were
seen in our burgh on Tuesday on their
way to Willmar.
^to-rand Mrs. E. Pdnrson went to New
London last Wednesday to be present at
their sister's wedding.
Miss Wickre was a visitor at Willmar
Some ladies spent Monday with Han
nah Johnson helping her celebrate the
anniversary of her birthday, ?j^w-.
Ghueh OMTM Vast
The ladies of St Mary's xhurea wtll
serve coffee in the church basement next
Tuesday, Dec I. All are cordially la-
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