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—'Lid Wants T? See You. tf
Dec. 12—Mrs. S. Olson who has
been visiting with her parents over
Sunday left last Monday by train for
her home near Spicer.
Fred Deadrick was a Hawick caller
the first part of last week.
The Zion church was filled last Sun
day when confirmation was conducted
by Rev. A. M. Lunde.
Nels Pederson of New London spent
a few days last week visiting at the
K. J. and O. B. Thorson homes.
Lena Nelson, who has been attend
ing the normal school at Moorhead re
turned home the first part of last week
She makes her home with Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Sunde.
The yearly conference of the Zion
ohurch was held recently and the fol
lowing persons were elected to fill
the different offices:: E. M. Benson,
deacon for 3 years. Anton Randahl and
Leonard Nepsun, trustees for three
years K. J. Thorson, sexton and also
secretary August Benson treasurer
for congregation and Martin Nelson
treasurer for the parochial school.
Thea Benson, organist and Martin Ev
Nels Pederson and O. B. Thorson
visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Pederson the fore part of last
Mrs. Harry Jones who has been vis
iting with her sons, John and Winslow
during the summer, left recently for
Bellingham, -'Wash., where &he will
make her homa with her daughter,
and son-in-law, F. Hood, during the
The yearly meeting of the Zion
church was held at the E. M. Benson
home and the following ladies were
elected to fill the different offices:
Mrs. Hans Otteson, President Mrs.
August Anderson. Vice presMent, Mrs.
Martin Breiland, treasurer and Mrs.
Fred Larson, secretary.
The Christmas tree festival with
program will be held in the Nordland
church on Tuesday, Dec. 27th, at 11
o'clock a. m., and in the Zion church
on Wednesday, Dec. 28th, at 11 o'clock
a. m. All are welcome.
Fred Larson has been sick lately
and is not well yet. His many rela
tives and friends sincerely hope for
his speedy recovery.
Alice Jones is employed at Mrs.
Wm. Galanter's at Paynesville to help
do the housework.
Lloyd Rudd was a Paynesville caller
last Tuesday and he also called on
Butchering is the order of the day
now before Christmas.
The Board for the Rose Hill Tele
phone 'company met at the home of
K. J. Thorson last Wednesday even
ing to make up their report before the
yearly conference meets. Their fam
ilies were invited and luncheon was
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Jones and son
Edward were Paynesville callers on
Mrs. P. J. Jacobson visited school
in Disfc 97 last week.
Tie children in .Dist. 97 were busy
selling Christmas seals last week and
were doing real well.
Ahrlie Bear, a clothing dealer of
Paynesville gave away an all leather
bill book with gold print names on
last week, to all who wear the Head
Dagmar Kleven and Signe Trygstad
are taking music lessons from Nettie'
Mrs. Alfred Christenson celebrated
her birthday the third and Mrs. O. E.
Susag of Scobey, Mont., the 8th of
Nettie Benson hurt her foot last
week by tipping a tub of hot water
over it which caused her much pain.
Telephone meeting for the Rose
Hill Telephone company met at the
Rose Hill schoolhouse Dist. 97 last
"Ragnild Nepsun of Dist. 52 has been
absent from school being that she is
needed to help with the housework
Two general calls were heard on the
Rose Hill Telephone line last Thurs
day one about V*3m. Galanter buying
poultry and the other about the tele
phone meeting last Friday evening.
Lydia Lindell of Portland, Oregon,
has written and said they had lot of
snow there now. Trains were block
aded and even automobiles had to be
dug out of the snow.
Twenty men in the community went
put rabbit hunting, 10 in each party.
One party got 64 rabbits and the oth
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clotier, nee Edith
Langseth, who came to visit with rela
tives and friends here, left for their
home at Thief River Falls last week.
Mrs. Clotier was the oldest daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Langseth,
former residents of this community.
They came on their wedding trip and
made their home most of the time
while here with the, Ingvald Langseth
and Alfred Meistad families. Their
many relatives and friends here ex
tend congratulations with the best
wishes for a long and happy married
Word was received by Mrs. Alfred
Meistad that her sister, Mrs. H. P.
Hanson of Scobey, Mont., who had
been visiting here during the fall
months arrived safely at Scobey on
Wednesday, the 29th of November.
Had a safe journey and was met at
the station with an automobile being
that there is good auto roads out
there not having so much snow.
The Ladies Aid of the Zion church
met last Thursday at Mrs| Hans Otte
son's and many were present.
The North Star Symphony orchestra
met for rehearsal at S. M. Susag's on
Friday evening and met again the
first part of next week at Hans E. Pe
Nels Larson in West Irving is very
sick with pneumonia. Hope for his
Help You in |Your Christ
mm mas Gift Buying
Any One of these Articles Would
BS Make an Ideal Present
Whites De Lux Electric Washing Machine with
Swinging Wringer $100.00
Easiest Way Electric Wash Machines with swing
ing wringer and steel platform .$85.00
Electrie Flat Irons $6.50
Large size Folding Cloth Rack $2.00
Best assortment of Pyrex Ware and Fancy Cas
seroles in the City.
Carving Sets, Scissors, Shears, Pocket Knives,
Skis, Skates, Sleds, Fountain Pens, Thermos Bot
tles, Razors, Alarm Cloths, Ingersol Watches, Car
penter Tools, Rifles, Flash Lights.
Aluminum Roasters 90c
Ironing Boards, Wringers, Meat Grinders, Oil
Mops and Oil.
Ohsberg-Berquist Hardware Co*
speedy recovery. He i* attended by
Doctor Hanson of New London.
Mrs. Ida Myklebust of Minneapolis
arrived in the community last week
to. help take care of her sick brother,
The children of Dist 97 are5doing
their best selling Christmas seals and
the people are doing their very best
possible in buying them.
Mrs. Ivar Sandness. nee Mathilda
Hanson, an old resident of the Rose:
ville township, died recently in Min
neapolis. Her first husband, Mr.
Sandness, died some years ago. She
was lately remarried but her last
husband is unknown by the reporter.
At the telephone meeting at the
Rose Hill School on Friday evening
the following officers were elected: P.
J. Jacobson, president O. B. Thorson,
vice president Edward Sunde? elect
ed K. J. Thorson and
held over, directors. H. A. Hend
ricks elected secretary and treasurer.
Ole Nelson, collector. At the meeting
it was also decided that the company
furnishes ground wire free of
charge to the patrons who wish to ex
tend their wire to the wall. It was al
so decided to urge the patrons to look
after their batteries that they stand
their proper test and the company de
cided to buy a tester to be used for
that purpose. Another thing men
tioned at the meeting which all pat
rons will kindly remember was that
when you hear your call do not take
the receiver down and say Hello but
say your name.
A. M. Sunde called on Nels Larson
who is sick last Thursday afternoon.
O. B. Thorson had the Everson Bros
to saw wood for him last Saturday af
A prayer meeting was held at Nels
Solbrek's on the Greenwood Farm on
Mrs. S. M. Susag and Tena Kjelle
berg were Paynesville callers last
A young peoples meeting was held
in the Nordland church last Sunday
evening with a fair attendance.
Dora Hanson returned home last
Saturday from a weeks visit with her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Christian
Palmer Lukkasson who has been at
the Mayo hospital at Rochester re
turned last Thursday and his many
friends will be glad to learn that
he is well.
There will be a social with pro
gram in Dist. 24 on Friday evening,
December 23. and one the same even
ing in Dist. 52. In Dist. 97 a program
will be given by the children on Tues
day afternoon, Dec. 20th.
Mrs. Emil Larson spent a few days
with her sister in Paynesville .Mrs.
Spath. She returned the latter part
of the week.
Christmas is soon here and it is
hoped that people will find something
better to do than dancing and card
Nels Larson who has been very
sick is at this writing a little better
WILLMAK TRIBUNE/WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14,1921
and there is hope for his recovery,
which his many relatives and friends
are glad to know.
Geo. E. Nelson has accepted a jdb
in Cass county where he expects to
spend the winter, being he has Mr.
and Mrs. Mark employed to do the
work on his farm.
Emma Christianson who is taking
up nursing at a hospital in Willmar,
will not be home for Christmas as
duty requires her to be oh duty.
A Christmas program will be given
in the Free Mission chapel by the Sun
day school under the leading of Nellie
Olson, Deloris Dean and May Rudd,
on Thursday evening, Dec 22nd. All
A baby girl was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Olson, nee Sigrid Anton
son, on the 11th of December. Mrs.
Elen Norbo3tad is taking care of Mrs.
C. Hanson poison. They are making their home
at O. J. Orson's, Mrs. Olson's step
All is well. Congratulations.
Dec. 12—Anna Stahl is at present
staying at Willmar where she is tak
Rev. Edgren is at present conduct
ing services at the Free Baptist
Ture Carlson is busy husking corn
at P. M. Renstrom's.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hagen visited
at the latter parental home here.
Caesar Linn and Arthur Peterson
made a call at Olivia last Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lindquist and
family visited with relatives in Will
mar last Sunday.
ENTERTAINS AT DINNER
Mrs. Harry Eckdahl entertained at
a six o'clock dinner last Thursday ev
ening in honor of Dr. W. B. Riley of
Minneapolis, her former pastor. Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh Eckman of Kerkhoven
were among the guests present.
There are three things—and only
three—that wear out batteries. (1)
Miles ofservice1—(2) Months of service
—(3) Neglect and abuse.
The way to g-t the most months or
the most miles—or both—is, of course,
to get the right battery and then take
care of it.
We'll ssll you the right one—the
Willard Threaded Rubber Battery
—and more than that, we'll help you
look after it.
Call us up.
Or better still—come ini
Kandiyohi Comity Battery Co.
H. BOERGER, Mgr.
Opposite willmar Farmers' Co-op
LUNDQUIST MOTOR CO.
A. E. PREKKER,
Clara City, Minn.
R0EL0F8 & VANDERIET
ZURN & ELLINGBOE
Thlf trademark, stamped tn red
on the caae,identifies-the WiOard
Threaded Rubber Battery.,
Dec. 10—Wm. Renstrom assisted Al
bert Rodelius with some-cement work
The Y. P. S. of the Christine Luth
eran church which was held Friday
evening was well attended.
Mrs. Chester Olson and son Wayne
formerly of N^vrth Dakota are at pres
ent visiting at the Emil Ldnn home
Ernest Peterson is still making his
usual calls at the Emil Hanson home
Ed Lundahl, Emil Heglund, August
Johnson and Rev. B. O. Berg made
a call to Willmar Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Pearson visited
We have them in all styles and
sizes of Gift Boxes, priced from
35c to $4.00. Have you seen
the New Inner Lined Stationery
$1.25 to $3.00
Keep the Christmas story in pic
tures. Kodaks and Brownies
priced from $1 to $79
Photograph Albums in all styles
and sizes from 25c to $7
All the newest and latest novels.
Popular copyrights $1
Boys' and Girls' picture books,
Bibles, Testaments and Hymnals
at David Carlson's at Fahlun ^s Sun
Clifford Adams and Willard Ren
strom made a trip to Thorpe Friday'
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Renstrom ac
companied by Mr. apd Mrs. John Ol
son visited at the Andrew Latt home
last Sunday. v*-
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Renstrom and
family visited at Wm. HeglumFs last
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hedin made a trip
to Thorpe Friday afternoon,
—Mrs. C. T. ^kindelien of Norway
Lake returned home Friday after a
three weeks visit with hex daughter,
Mrs O. Roisum.
OUR LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
NOW ON DISPLAY
Come early and pick out your
requirements while you have a
good choice. 150 different
cards, 35 different seals, 30 dif
ferent tags. We also have the
largest variety and finest
we have ever carried
Liggets chocolates in Christmas
Boxes, one-half pound to 5
pound packages from 50c to $5
Hard Candy in glass jars or in
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17th
Full 5-lb. Family Box of Choc
Moreau's paper shell, large se
lected pecans in pound boxes,
at, each $1.15
Universals and Thermos.
22 sizes and styles to se
lect from in prices from
V.: .. i. f.
$4 to $5
—Lid Wants To See You. tf
Dec. 42—E. O. Berg mas A New
London caller on Monday.
Mr. Berglund and Andrew Peter
son went to New: London on business
Mrs. O. Larson left last Saturday
for Minneapolis where she will spend
Austin -Seastedt who has 'been
working at the Interlachen Hotel re
turned to his home on Saturday.
Andrew Hamness made a business
trip to New Londbn last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Larson made a
business" trip to Spicer on Saturday.
In gift packages
Priced From 50c to $3
Jonteel, Djerkiss, Gargenglo,
Cara Nome and Bouquet Rames
toilet sets $1.50 to $10
Cutex manicure sets. 60c to $5
Toilet water 40c to $3
We carry all the standard brands
in Christmas boxes of 10, 25
and 50, priced from.70c to $6
In Christmas wrapped cartons.
Cigarette cases and holders 50c
and up. Smoking sets. $4 to $12
On Saturday, Dec. 17, we
are going to sell a good 10c
cigar for £w 5 centl
Has she all the following: Mirrors, Per
«fume bottles, Candle Holders»4&£ Vases,
Clocks, Cold Cream Boxes, Pin l^ushions,
Brushes and Combs, Jewel Boxes^Buffers,
Trays, Picture Frames, Talcum Holders, all
Manicure Implements, Powder and Puff
Stor* Willmar, Minn.