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Misses Lizzie and Tillie Kostka,
visited with Anna and Albina Thou
pal last Thursday evening.
Mr. Arthur Lindblad is visiting
with relatives and friends in Fahlun.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ostrom and
family of Svea. spent last Sunday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
The Strafelda and Skaiak young
people spent a very pleasant evening
at Joe Thoupal's last Wednesday.
Minard Kohrs and sister. Miss
Mary, were entertained for supper
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Watkins in Wilhnar last Friday.
Miss Florence Christianson spent
last Saturday and Sunday at her
home in Fahlun.
Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson visit
ed with relatives and friends at Kan
diyohi last Thursday.
Mr. Ludvig Feifarek made a busi
ness trip to Willmar last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson and
family were entertained at dinner at
the Albin Freed home in Fahlun last
Miss Hilma Blomquist spent last
Thursday afternoon with Mayme
Mr. John Ohsberg, of Minneapolis,
who spent the past week visiting with
friends here and in Fahlun, left for
Kandiyohi last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Eskil Swenson visit
ed at Oscar Westerberg's last Mon
Roseland, Jan. 27—Rev. and Mrs.
J. Rrummel visited at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. 11. Dragt last Monday
Miss Nellie Nype spent last Tues
day evening with Miss Hilda Ledell.
Miss Jennie Bergsma left for Will
mar last Monday where she is taking
The thing to be sure of is that it is
filled according to your specifica
tions. If clear siding is wanted,
don't take No. 1 and above all things
get what you pay for. We are
sticklers on filling orders as specified
because there is a big difference in
the wearing qualities:
We Buy Right and Sell Right
Scranton Nut, Stove and Egg Hard Coal for sale all
the time. All kinds of Soft Coal.
Dixie Gem Coal.
a E or S a
H. C. HANSEN, Agt.
Koselaml, Jan. 27—Mr. and Mrs.
John Johnson were entertained for
supper at the liorae of Mr. and Mrs.
0. I'hristianson in Fahlun last Wed
a course in dressmaking.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Kohrs visited with
Mr. and Mrs. H. Brouwer last Fri
Mrs. W. Stuhr and children of
Lake Lillian spent a few days last
week here, visiting with her parents,
Mr and Mrs. J. Strafelda.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Zuidema called at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. Dam
hof last Tuesday evening.
Misses Katie and Annie Hoffman
were entertained for supper with
Rena Markus last Thursday evening.
Miss Abbie Damhof is spending
this wweek with Miss Tracy Buikema
Miss Bertha DeJager was a Will
mar caller last Friday.
Pardoned From Reformatory.
Albert Bulman, the young man,
whom it will be remembered was
found guilty of grand larceny in the
second degree and sentenced to the
state reformatory at St. Cloud on an
indeterminate sentence for theft at
the Blakely farm in Roseville last
October, has been pardoned by the
state board of pardons. The reasons
for pardon as given in the papers
filed with the clerk of court are that
his father is feeble and his mother
needs his assistance on the farm.
The conditions are that he returns to
his home in Michigan and remains
with his parents.
To Become Assistant Cashier.
Albert Peterson, who for the last
couple of years has been employed
as clerk in the Bank of Willmar, has
been ottered the appointment of as
sistant cashier in the Green Lake
State Bank at Spicer, and has de
cided to accept the same. He will
assume his new duties next month.
Albert has won the respect of every
one during his stay in Willmar and
his friends here, tho they regret to
see him leave, will wish him good
luck. Mr. Peterson's place will be
filled by Ole Knutson who has al
ready bQgun work in the bank.
"The Taylor Nursery"
Dana Taylor visited in the twin
cities last week.
1913 Modal, full 4 feet long, guaranteed up to Fifth Year
It is the only real modern,
Sbnsible, sleeping arrange
ment, that saves both mother
It is a well recognized fact that "The Taylor Nursery" is
the safest, most sanitary, most convenient, highest class Baby
Bed ever made.
For the convenience of mothers we carry accessories for
"The Taylor Nursery" as mattresses, quilted protectors, hood
nets, spreads, sheets, pillow cases, rubber sheeting, etc.
Motnere, Come and See this Contrivance
Andrew Peterson. To Hous Foraishe
It is used in every civil
ized country on earth. It
has received the gold medal
and first prize at every ex
position at which it has been
It will mean more to you and
your baby than anything else
on earth that money can
$1.50 per ton
F. L. SMITH
I 1 jci^ci^nwrYc I^IU 42
The high school students were giv
en Friday afternoon off on account
of the County Teachers' meeting held
in the Assembly Room on that day.
The high school chorus sang two
songs at this meeting.
Mr. Tonning, former superinten
dent of the Willmar schools visited
the high school Friday morning and
gave the pupils a short talk. He was
given a hearty reception by the pu
Miss Grindeland and Miss Boyd,
teachers at the Willmar Seminary,
visited the high school Monday
Miss Smith and Miss Kelly went
to Minneapolis Friday noon, return
ing Sunday evening.
Joseph Donovan, an old W. II. S.
student, visited high school Tuesday
The Sophomore-Senior reception
was held at Carlson's hall Saturday
Two basket ball games were play
ed in the high school gymnasium Fri
day afternoon. The first game was
between the Short Course team and
Raymond. This ended in a score of
32-24 in favor of Raymond. The
second was played between the Will
mar and St. Cloud high school teams.
This was a swift game, the finaf
score being 14-20 in favor of Will
Anna Knutson visited school last
The Junior evening will take place
Friday evening, in the high school
assembly room. A large crowd is
expected as a good many tickets have
been sold already.
Policeman on duty!
The Civics class is proceeding
Why were our seats changed?
Lake, Jan. 27—Mrs. N.
Swenson entertained a number
friends last Saturday evening.
Carl, Victor and Annie Danielson
visited at the John Skoglund home
last Wednesday evening.
A number of friends were enter
tained at the John Monson home last
Mr. Carl Danielson, who has been
spending some time at his parental
home here, left for Estevan, Canada,
Miss Alphia Otterness spent a cou
ple of days at her home in Willmar
Nora Grorud spent Wednesday
evening with her'friend Hannah Lar
Miss Lillie Larson has spent the
last week assisting her sister, Mrs.
E. F. Ekblad in Dovre.
Elenore Swenson from Lake Flori
da visited at her parental home here
a couple of days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. August Moller from
Twin Lakes, were guests at the home
of Mrs. Anna Monson.
Miss Agnes Pohl, who .has spent
some time at the home of Mrs. G.
Berg, left here last Monday for Will
mar, where she will be employed.
Mrs. Peter Skoglund of New Lon
don visited at the Andrew Danielson
home last Sunday afternoon.
Miss Mabel Swenson was a guest
at the N. Swenson home here a cou
ple of days last week.
Mr. Carl Lovander was on the sick
list last week.
Mrs. N. Swenson called at the Jal
mer Swenson home last Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Ekblad were
visitors last Sunday at the E. F. Ek
blad home in Dovre.
Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Monson and
Henry and Ellen Monson visited at
the home of Mrs. Emma Anderson
at New London last Sunday.
Tripolis, Jan. 27—Services will be
conducted Sunday, February 2nd, at
2:30 p. m.
The South District of the Ladies'
Aid will be entertained at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson on
The Y. P. S. will have their reg
ular meeting Friday the 31st.
Miss Bettey Pearson returned to
Willmar last Saturday after a week's
visit at Theodore Matson's.
Miss Amy Redy returned to Wat
kins last Wednesday to resume her
duties at her school there.
Miss Emma Peterson returned
home from Willmar last week after
an extended stay there.
_.Miss Jennie Bergquist is at pres
ent staying at Redy's.
Miss Emma Monson, who teaches
in the Engvall school spent Sunday
at her home.
Henry Redy returned home, last
week from a three weeks' visit with
friends in Litchfield and Minneap
Miss Florence Lundquist arrived
home last. Friday evening from St.
Paul, after an extended stay with her
sister and brother-in-law of that
Miss Hilma Johnson returned to
Minneapolis last week after a visit
at her parental home here.
Ruth Harrison who is attending
school in Willmar visited at her home
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Berg visited
at.the Charley Erickson home over
Several from here attended the
Farmers' Short Course given at Will
mar last week.
Roy Broman returned to his home
at Atwater Friday ,from a couple
days' attendance at the Farmers'
Susceptibility to colds, sore
throats, tonsilitis and such, indi
cate impoverished vitality—lack
of reserve strength to weather
A spoonful of SCOTT'S EMUL
SION after a a starts
healthy body-action like a small
match kindles a great fire—and
more: it make* rich, healthy,
active blood—fortifies the tissue*
and stimulates the appetite—it
make* tound body-strength.
SCOTTS EMULSION is the
purest cod liver oil, made cream
like and palatable without alco
hol or drug—the quintessence
Reject imitation* they are im
postors for profit.
SCOTT & BOWSE, Bloomfield,N. J. 12-58
East Lake Lillian, Jan. 27—Pete
Peterson was a pleasant caller at
the Ward home Saturday evening.
Esther Anderson is cook at Rev.
Albert Steele from Warren has
moved down to the McMahon farm.
Misses Ella' and Minnie Swedin
have been working for their brother,
Miss Lillie Lundquist has resigned
her position as clerk at the Andrew
Albert Charlotte from Watertown,
Minn., who has bought out the black
smith shop of Henry Lobnitz, had the
misfortune last Thursday of being
stepped on by a horse, but is doing
nicely now. A physician from Will
mar was called.
A baby girl was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Andrew Swedin Jan. 11.
Steve Adams and children who
Mr. and Mrs. Grummerman enter
tained friends for an oyster supper
Lars Erickson, our Lak^ Lillian
store keeper, who recently underwent
an operation at the Willmar hospital
is now at home. He came home last
week, which we are glad to learn.
have been visiting with relatives near Barbara Williams of Willmar, and
Des Moines, la., came home Satur- Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Fancher of
day. Northfield. The bride and bride-
Mr. Shields of North Dakota is
here looking after his farm interests.
Mrs. Betsy Lundquist was a busi
ness caller at Svea last Tuesday.
Christ Kaufmann, who has been groom are both former university
living on the McMahon farm leaves' students. Miss Blair attended Gouch
today for Akeley. His car was loaded er college at Baltimore for one year
at Willmar. He was assisted in mov
ing by Lloyd and William Ward and
There is to be a clothes-pin social
at the Lake Lillian school house
known as the Ole Erickson school
house, Friday evening, the 31st. Lad
ies please bring clothespins and the
boys bring the "dough." Lunch will I
be served by the school. 1
Mrs. A. Swedin \vas taken ser
iously ill Thursday and a nurse from
Willmar and a physician was called.
Sunday School Convention.
The Kandiyohi County Sunday
School Association will hold a con
vention at the Swedish Saron church
at Spicer, on Wednesday, Feb. 5th,
in the afternoon and evening. Prof.
M. Lockei*, State Secretary of-the
Minnesota Sunday School Associa
tion will be present. These conven
tions are for Sunday schools of all
denominations and a large attend
ance at this meeting is desired. Dele
gates will be entertained.
For modern dentistry at moderate
prices see Dr. C. E. Anderson in
Bank of Willmar building.—Adv.
We honestly believe we have the
best bowel remedy ever made—the
most pleasant-to-take, most per
manently beneficial laxative for relief
from the miseries and dangers arising
We wouldn't say this if we didn't
believe it to be true. We wouldn't
risk our reputation by making such
statements did we not feel sure you
would find them true.
Our faith is built both on the
knowledge of what Rexall Orderlies
are made of and on observation of
very many severe cases in which they
have proven their merit.
Trythem atOur Risk
If they do not abundantly prove
their merit with you also—if you
are not entirely satisfied with them—
we will refund your money—and we
will do that on your mere say-so.
We don't ask you to risk penny.
Isn't that fair?
Just let the bowels fail in properly
doing their work—just let then?
action be delayed and incomplete
and the entire system and every
other organ suffers.: Wastes that
The wedding of Miss Charlotte
Blair, the daughter of Mrs. Lemuel
P. Blair, to Maurice Varney Jenness
took place Saturday evening at 8 o'
clock at the home of the bride
mother, 4228 Park boulevard. *Dr.
T. W. Fessenden, pastor of Wesley
church, officiated in the presence of
125 guests. Hamlin Hunt played the
nuptial music and as the bride de
scended the stairs, twelve of her girl
friends formed an aisle on the stair
way and sang, ,"The Bridal Chorus
From Lohengrin.'! They were the
Misses Josephine Dayton, Laura
Farnham, Marion Gaylord,' Lucile
Newcomb, Katherine Willoughby,
Florence Wetmore, Helen and Flor
ence Salzer, Frances Reed, Mary
Sinclair, Agnes Carter and Wilhel
mina Stevens. Little Marian and
Mary Merrill in dainty frocks of
white with pink and pale blue rib
bons stretched the white satin rib
bons from the stairs to the altar in
the library, where the ceremony was
performed. The bride entered alone.
She was gowned in white satin char
jneuse made en train. The bodice
was elaborated in rose point lace,
which had been worn by the bride's
mother on her wedding gown. Her
tulle veil was caught in cap effect
and she held an arm bouquet of bride
roses, sweet peas and lilies of the
valley. Miss Ruth Jackson was the
maid of honor and she wore a gown
of pale blue charmeuse and her flow
ers were pink roses. The bridesmaid,
Miss Helen Dunn, wore pale pink
charmeuse and she held a basket of
forget-me-nots and lilies of the val
ley. Frederick Blair, a brother of
the bride, was best man. The vows
were spoken before an altar of palms!
and southern smilax before which
was a large basket of Easter lilies.
Cathedral candles stood amid the
foliage. In the parlor a basket of
pink roses lent a touch of color to
a background of green and in the
dining room dark red roses were the
An informal reception followed
the ceremony and receiving with the
bridal party were Mrs. Blair, the
mother of the bride, Mrs. Fred C.
Howes, the grandmother of the bride,
and Miss Josephine Jenness of Will
mar, Minn., a sister of the bride
groom. Among the out-of-town
guests .were Misses Fancher and
and later attended the university.
She is a member of the Alpha Phi.
Mr. Jenness is a graduate of the col
lege of science, literature and the
arts and also of the college of law of
ther. university and he belongs to Del
ta Upsilon. Mr. Jenness and his
bride have gone on a short trip and
will be at home after March 15 at
130 East Eighteenth street.—Minne
The Ladies' Aid society of the
First M. E. church will meet with
Mrs. Martin Enger, Becker avenue
E. Bernhard street, Wednesday af
ternoon, Feb. 5th. All interested
please come as early as possible for
sewing and business.
Right along and you
will get your laundry
back in 48 hours.
Oar new "Domestic
Finish" is the mostcom
fortable and stylish for
gentlemen's linen. Pre
vents shirts from bulg
ing and saves the cloth.
Ou Friends and Neighbor
You know us. You know we would not—-that we could not
afford to—go back on our word. Nor can you afford,to ignore
this money-back-lf-noi~»atisfied otter on this splendid laxat
should have been dispeUe^refflatt^^,
to poison tha system. _•
Headaches, biliousness,' net^^^S*^/'
ness and. other tormenting and serT»vi^-'
ous ills are common when the boweto*^- .' *-,.'
fail to act daily as nature intended*^
All this may be avoided, if you wiH-Vur
accept our advice. ti
taste hist like candy. They are
soothing and easy in auction. They
do hot cause griping, nausea, Purg
ing or excessive looseness. They
tend to tone and strengthen intestinal
nerves and muscles. They promptly
relieve constipation, and help to per
manently overcome it.
Rexall Orderlies promote better
spirits and better health. In all of
these things they are vastly superior
to old-fashioned, harsh -salts and
other purgatives, which are not only
unpleasant to take but which usually
leave the bowels in worse condition
than before. We particularly recom
mend Rexall Orderlies for childrenI
aged and delicate perrons.
Rexall Orderlies come in vest
pocket tin boxes. 12 tablets, 10ci
36 tablets, 25c 80 tablets. 60c
CAUTION: Please bear in mind that Rexall Orderlies are not sold by all drug*
gists. You can buy Rexall Orderlies only at The Rexall Stores.
You can buy Rexall Orderlies in this community only at our atom
The IfrxaSl Store
There is a BexaJl Store in nearly erery town and city in the United States. Caaada sad
Great Britain. Than is a different RaxaU Remedy for nearly every ordinary human Hl~
each •apeeiaOy daatcnad for the partioular fll for which it ia recommended.
The Rexall Stores are America's Greatest Drug Store*
Lake Elizabeth, Jan. 27—Mrs. B.
N. Peterson left for her home at Co
kato, Friday aftrnoon after spending
a week with her daughter, Mrs. Fred
Jim BoAvman returned from Will
mar, last week, where he has been
employed for a couple of days.
George Bowman and Chas. Holm
gren were in Willmar last Friday.
0 E. Danielson spent the week in
Willmar, taking in the Short Course.
The Ladies' Aid society of the
Baptist church will meet ,at Geo.
Bowman's next Thursday, Feb. 6th.
The Y. P. S. will meet there in the
evening. The society is planning to
raise the necessary fund to build a
basement under the church and put
in a furnace. We hope they will suc
E. J. Edmund has purchased the
old homestead consisting of 80 ac
res, where he resides, of his mother.
Wedding bells will soon be ringing
in this vicinity. 4
The lights at the Baptist church
were given their first trial Sunday
evening and everybody is well pleas
ed with them.
HANS HANSON GAARD.
The sad news was received in this
community last Wednesday of the
death of Hans Hanson Gaard, hav
ing died at Artichoke, Big Stone Co.
Ola A. Larson and J. W. Hanson left
Thursday to be present at the fu
nerla. Mr. Gaard was a homestead
er in this vicinity years ago, having
lived on the farm where Youngberg's
now reside. He filed on this home
stead in Oct. 23, 1865. He was born
in Tromso, Norway. Mr. Gaard was
one of the charter members of the
Baptist church here in 1871. He vis
ited this place last fall and was then
in good health. He was present at the
farewell reception given on Mr. and
Mrs. J. G. Boom last October and
made a very interesting talk at that
MRS. AXEL BJORKLUND.
This community was shocked Mon
day morning to learn of the death of
Mrs. Axel Bjorklund, daughter of
Anton Larson, near Kandiyohi Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Bjorklund were married
last summer and their wedded life,
was very short. She has resided at
her parental home here while her
husband was employed in the Will
mar round house. He had just rent
ed a house in Willmar and was pre
pared to take his wife in next week
and they were to-start housekeeping,
but last Saturday Esther was, taken
sick and two doctors were called but
nothing could be done, death being
due to premature child-birth.. She
was only 20 years at the time of her
death and was just in the bloom of
life which makes the loss so much
greater to bear. The funeral took"
place Wednesday afternoon from the
home and at the Norwegian Luther
an church at Lake Lillian, Rev. Hoi
yom officiating. Interment was made
in the church cemetery. The beauti
ful flower tributes showed the high
respect of which the deceased was
held. The bereaved husband and
the family have the sympathy of all
ANNUAL CREAMERY MEETING.
.The annual meeting of the Lake
Elizabeth creamery was held last
Saturday afternoon and the follow
ing officers were elected: F. Gr. Nel
son, president J. A. Johnson, vice
president Fred Stenberg, secretary
J. Gr. Peterson, treasurer and A. T.
Bjur, director for three years, to
succeed Geo. Bowman. The asso
ciation had a good year and the re
ceipts including sales to patrons
amounted to over $22,000. 75,000
pounds of butter was made. A divi
dend of 8 per cent on all capital
stock was declared. A gasoline en-'
gine was installed last fall to take
the place of the steam engine. A
new rule was also put into effect,
whereby the patrons will get their
butter at the same price as it nets
when shipped. The old law, being
to charge the same for butter sold
to patrohs as they received for but
terfat." As the difference in butterfat
and manufactured butter is at least
20 per cent the patrons were, on a
high market, obliged to pay from 2
,to 4 cents more for their butter than
is netted when shipped.
Farmers' Clubs in Vicinity of
7V- New London.Vi:^,
^Che Extension Department of the
$fete» Agricultural CollegS^will send
Mr.^Stehutz of Eeroy "address the
farmers' clubs during^ the -week of
Febftia*^ 3rd. In order that no clubs
mayk.be^-missed, the following order
of vis\tslhas been arranged:
Monday, Feb. 3, 8 p. m., Ringville.
Tuesday, Feb. 4, 3 p. m., New Lon
don'. andfS p. m., Irving.
Weo#e$day, Feb. 5, 8 p. m., "Jer-
Thursjl%, Feb. 6, 8 p.
Frid3a£f sFeb. 7, 8 p. m.
Mr.,"Schti|!Z is an authority on corn,
clover, hogs, chick- ns and horticul
ture, antt^Ts a very interesting and
Mrs./^ Qs-Lee of Sisseton^S. Dr
is visitingpMfcpafents, Mr. and Mrs.
Christ Pederaan. Rev. Lee is also
expectedt|£*tt few days' visit..
Miss. Gr^ce' McGraw of Minneap
olis arriyea^the latter part of the
week to textile guest at tHe home of
Ringville, Jan. 27—Services were
held in the Georgeville school house
last Sunday afternoon by Rev. Tolo.
Fred Halvorson underwent an op
eration" at the New London hospital
last week, and is reported to be do
ing very nicely.
Mrs. Graversen. and Elma Stener
son Avere Paynesville callers last
Saturday, the latter to have some
dental work done.
Irene Kranfz of Georgeville, who
is taking dressmaking at Mary Pet
erson's in New Londonj was sudden
ly taken sick with an attack of ap
pendicitis last Tuesday and had to
be taken to the hospital, where an
operation was performed on Wed
nesday. She is recovering rapidly.
The young people of Georgeville
are trying to organize a choir. They
meet on Tuesday and Friday eve
nings, under the instructor, Sarah
Your income should stop today/ yet
your expenses will keep right on.
Better save while the dollars
come regularly. Into every life
would be welcome. Tis a fund you
yourself can create™through a SAV
INGS account with the
The Georgeville creamery associa
tion will hold its annual meeting on
Saturday, Feb. 1st, at 10 o'clock.
Everybody remember the date and be
sure to attend.
Knut Mork made a business trip
to Paynesville on Saturday.
Henry and Pete Halvorson visited
at Graversen's in Georgeville Satur
ANDREW LARSON, President L. 0, THORPE, Cashier
J. 0. ESTREM. Vice President
F. A. LARSON, Asst. Cashier L. A. VIK, Asst. Cashier
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Halvorson
and little daughter, who have been
visiting "relatives here since before
Christmas left last Sunday for a few
days' visit at Mr. and Mrs. John
Halvorson's in New London. They
will visit with Mrs. Halvorson's folks
at Minneapolis on their return home
to Bowman, N. Dak.
The Minerva debating society and
the Georgeville and Ringville farm
ers' club will have a joint meeting
in the Ringville school house on
Monday evening, Feb. 10. This will
undoubtedly be very interesting and
we hope a very large crowd will be
in attendance. The following pro
gram will be rendered: Talk, Edw.
Mork reading, Mrs. C. Graversen
song, Peter Halvorson talk, P. O.
Sonstegard question box. The ques
tion for debate is, "Resolved, That
the average farm'lands bought in this
vicinity for $40 pef acre is a profit
able investment if used for farming
purposes only." The affirmative
speakers are: Dan Schulz, Edw.
Mork, Carl Graversen negative,
Edw. Sonstegard, Martin Torgerson,
P. 0. Sonstegard. Don't forget the
date, Feb. 10. Everybody wel
Hans. Amundson received a tele
gram last week about the death of
his sister, Mrs. Krogstad of North-
Wont* are the peste
thai- cut down s/oor
stock profits* They
keep your pigs from
thriving, stunt the little
ones, affect your brood The«r»alWofMO««lNyer
sows and the size and end Ceodltlon«r
vigor of their litters. Soma hogs with
worms will eat their heads off* and not
gain a pound others will gain slowly,
many die and if Cholera breaks out in your
neighborhood, the worm-infested nogs
are first to take it and almost sure to die.
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Halvorson
spent a few days visiting with rela
tives at New London last week dur
ing the first days their boy was at
News has reached us announcing
the arrival of a baby girl at Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Johnson of Bowman, N. D.,
Feb. 13. We congratulate!
Attend Social at Atwater.
-Last Saturday afternoon a num
ber of Wilhnar people went to to At
water to attend the church coffee
and supper given by the Ladies' Aid
of the Presbyterian church of that
city. Those attending were Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Branton, Dr. and Mrs. B.
J. Branton, Mr. and Mrs. Anton
Bakke, Mesdames J. A. McKinnon,
Henry Rost and daughter Dorothy,
Geo. Winney, A. Pursley, J. F. Mill
ard, F. E. Faley, J. D. Parnell, J. H.
Taylor and daughter, S. E. Stans
berry, A. N. Lewis, F. W. and W. B.
McNees and Hans Peterson.
Miss Minnie Dale returned to Min
neapolis Thursday, after a several
weeks' visit with relatives in this
For Soups,Stews and Fricasseed Chicken
Left overs of roast lamb, veal or beef,
the cheaper cuts of fresh meats,- and fowls
too old for roasting, make delicious and
nourishing stews. Dumplings make
them doubly attractive and the whole dish
is most. economical—an object to most
families while meats are so high and must
he made to go as far as possible.
By Mrs. Nevada Briggs, the well known
baking expert. ..
2 cups flour 3 level teaspoon/ids
Baking Powder teaspoonful salt',
cup shortening milk or cream.
Sift together three times, the
flour, baking powder and salt
into this work the shortening
and use cream or milk to
make a dough-less stiff than for
Allow the stew to boil down so that the
liquid does not cover the meat or chicken.
Add half a cup of cold water to stop its boil
ing and drop the dough in large spoonfuls on
top of the meat or chicken. Cover and let
boil again for IS minutes.
Made with Baking Powder and
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