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There was quite a large attendance
at the^'movies" Saturday evening.
W. R. Hurtt and Chas. Iliff were
jarorking with the fire department Sun
day. Had it not been for some of the
town people fire would have burned
the Atwater, Briggs and Toft build
The M. E. Aid society were enter
tained by Mesdames R. F. Brown and
John Kruger at the Kruger home last
Friday afternoon and there were about
fifty present besides the children. A
very nice lunch was served. The next
meeting will be with Mrs. Chas. Hiller.
The Social club met last week with
Mr. and Mrs. H. Swanson, and a jolly
evening was spent. Games were
played and one of the special features
was the lemon pie eating contest by
the "gentlemen with their hands tied
behind them. Some of them were very
nard to recognize when through. H.
Rust received" first prize and H. Pratt
booby prize. You would never think
it of Harry, would you? The hostess
served a most delicious lunch. The
next meeting will be held with Mr. and
Mrs. Billy Walker at the I. F. Walker
home at Spencer Brook.
Mfss Walker spent Saturday and
Sunday at her home.
Irving Jennisen of Minneapolis made,
his usual visit here Sunday.
Mrs. Chas. Iliff and sons, Lyle and
Harold, and daughter, Myrtle, autoed
to Minneapolis Sunday.
Miss Myrtle Iliff has accepted the
school for next year where she is now
teaching, with a raise in salary. Myr
tle is a very successful teacher which
we are very glad to hear.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Pratt entertained
relatives at Elk River Sunday.
M. Swanson of Minneapolis was in
town Tuesday on business.
Mrs. H. Jensen, who has had no use
of her lower limbs for about two
years, is taking treatment in Minneap
olis, going down twice a week. We
sincerely hope she will at least be able
to use crutches.
J. 0. Nyberg has been invoicing his
stock of dry goods.
Geo. and Fay Bowles are at Elk
River this week digging wells.
M. C. Blanchett is having consider
able work done on the hotel and when
completed it will be equipped with
electric lights, a hot and cold water
system and heating plant. We can
boast of a very good hotel here.
Miss Mathisen went to Princeton
Saturday evening, and remained until
Mr. Creglow of Princeton is very
busy getting his stock of goods ready
to open up this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jungnickel and daugh
ter went to Minneapolis Sunday and
remained until Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Walker Sundayed
at the I. F. Walker home.
Geo. Kight and Miss Guptil spent
Sunday at Miss Guptil's home at An
Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Iliff and son,
Gerald, spent Sunday with relatives
Mr. Stromberg and son, John, of
Nowthen were here on business Sun
Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Nash spent a
couple of days last week in the twin
Mrs. H. Swanson has been confined
to her bed for several days.
E. H. Foley was ill for a few days
this week. Pretty hard for Ed. to
take time to be sick.
Floyd Neumann, who is employed
in the Washburn-Crosby mill in Min
neapolis, spent Sunday at his home
Herman Olson came up from Minne
apolis Saturday and spent Sunday at
the Chas. Iliff home.
Frank Hall, who is doing carpenter
work for Oren Hetrick, spent Sunday
with his family at Elk River.
Mr. Jorgensen, who has a contract
to build a house here for Mrs. New
ham, with his helper, Mr. Rasmussen,
began the carpenter work the latter
part of last week.
Miss Ruth Varner from Osseo made
a short visit at the Truax home the
first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brand and family
and Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Brand and
family autoed to Spencer Brook Sun
day and spent the day at A. T. An
George James met with a serious
accident Friday by being kicked in the
head by a horse. Dr. Cooney was im
mediately called and took him to
Princeton to the hospital, where he
remained until the next day. He is
getting along nicely at this writing.
Geo. Stone called at Erick Mulder's
Miss Amanda Showers is employed
at the Carl Brand home.
Miss Mayme Johnson spent Satur
day and Sunday with Laura James.
Mr. and Mrs. John N. Johnson and
J. W. Cohoes were Sunday visitors at
the G. T. James home.
A. W. Perman purchased a Buick
car last week.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Emmons and son,
Clarence, and Mrs. Bert Iliff autoed
to Minneapolis Saturday.
Miss Guptil and Geo. Kight autoed
to Annandale and back Sunday.
Quite a feV friends and neighbors
spent a pleasant evening at the Aug.
Whitleff home Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cohoes and fam
ily, and Mrs. Leonard and daughters,
Ada and Alice, called at Aaron Bro
deen's Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Judkins and fam
ily spent Sunday at the Beyer's home
Wm. Mode of Zimmerman was
through here last week selling Mc
Ness spices and extracts.
Jake Gramhill took quite a lot of
stock to Zimmerman Tuesday.
The young folks of the neighbor
hood spent Sunday evening at the
Jake Gramhill home.
Emil Brodeen and his mother drove
over from Big Lake Sunday and spent
the day at Aaron Brodeen's.
Chas. Mulder and, family and Mr
and Mrs. Oscarson and little son
spent Sunday evening at Hauglund's.
Friends entertained at the Jas. Iliff
home Sunday were: Jake Gramhill
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kight
and Mr. and Mrs. Swan Kight and lit
The Holee family from Crown vis
ited at J'-hn Gramhill's Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Saxon and
daughter of Princeton spent Sunday
with the latter's parents.
The Misses Mary Tracy and Alma
Magley returned to their homes la^t
Friday, the former at Green Isle ancl
the latter at Mankato.
Miss Freda Heruth returned home
from Minneapolis Saturdays and will
spend the summer at her home.
Miss Minnie Reiman returned, to
Minneapolis last Wednesday, after
spending two weeks at her home.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Aug. Cordes Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Heruth, Mr. and
Mrs. Ashaw Reiman arid Mrs. Aug.
Bauman spent Sunday afternoon at
Miss Emma Stellow passed Sunday
evening at Aug. Cordes.
The local team crossed bats with the
Estes Brook team on the local dia
mond Sunday, and the Estes Brook
boys trimmed them up to the tune of
24 to 2. The "heavy Sluggers" don't
feel as heavy after they played a
game*- We think they have lost some
Albert Boehm passed Sunday after
noon at Wm. Heruth's.
While dynamiting a stump Thurs
day Emil Olson had a narrow escape
from death. He had charged the
stump and lighted the fuse, and was
just turning around to leave when, for
some reason or other, the fuse burned
so rapidly that the charge went off
almost immediately and hurled him
against a barbed wire fence with great
force. His arm was broken and he
was badly cut about the head' and
hands. Adolph Minks took him to
the Northwestern hospital as soon as
possible, where it was found neces
sary to put stitches in his head and
hands. Some fear is entertained that
he will lose his sight. At latest re
ports he was getting along as good as
could be expected.
Miss Jennie Bergstrom of Prins
burg spent last Friday and Saturday
visiting with the Talen and Liepitz
Several of our young folks attend
ed the surprise party given in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Keil, newly-weds, in
Pease last Wednesday eveningor
rather, all night.
Rev. Lang, who has been conduct
ing services here, left for his home
in Minneapolis last Friday.
Road Boss Talen is husy these days
with a road grader putting the roads
in apple-pie order. Will knows his
business. He fixes the roads good
first, then he will go on his assessing
Miss Bertha Minks, who has been
attending school in Minneapolis during
the winter, returned to her home here
Ira Starkenburg came along with
his motor cycle last Saturday and
stopped just long enough for Ed.
Talen to get comfortably seated in the
side car, and away they went to
Minneapolis. They returned Sunday.
But we will not say just what prompt^
ed them to make the trip. Of course
we all know that several young ladies
from this neighborhood are working
in the cities. And attractive ones,
too. But then, as long as the boys
won't tell, don't say anything.
Sunday school next Sunday at 10
a. m. C. E. meeting at 8 p. m. Last
Sunday both meetings were well at
tended. Come next Sunday and see
if we can have a still larger meeting.
The surveyors have been over the
Scenic Highway again. Something is
surely going to be done soon.
W. E. Watson, the agricultural pro
fessor of the Milaca high school, was
in this vicinity last Saturday.
The Woodward Brook Ladies' Aid
society will meet with Mrs. Axel
Bragge on May 17.
Night frosts still persist in keep-
ing on and grass is making slow
headway. Seeding is finished and the
grain is sprouting. Hay is scarce and
sky-high in price.
Harry Lionstone and Miss Hazel
Lundberg were quietly married by
Rev. C. Larson last Friday evening in
the presence of a few intimate friends.
Both parties are well and favorably
known in this vicinity and we join
with their many friends in extending
our heartiest congratulations.
Mr. a.id Mrs. C. L. Jump and family
attended services in Princeton last
Clifford Reiber of Co. attended the
smoker find social at the Princeton
Ajomry Monday evening.
K. Zuidema's mother, Mrs. Koestra,
visiting with the Zuidema family,
Mrs. Hargrave expects to return home
in two weeks and Mrs. Koestra will
make her home with Mr. and Mrs.
Zuidema in the future.
A pleasant surprise was given at
the home of Wm. Lipp, Tuesday af
ternoon, in honor of Mrs. Ole Bye, it
being her birthday. Luncheon was
served at five o'clock, and everyone
had a pleasant time.
Audrey Miller returned home Mon
day evening, after a week's visit with
friends in Princeton.
Sunday callers at Sam Miller's were
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson, John
Brueflet and Miss Anderson of Mil
Wm. Lipp and wife and Wm. Burrs
autoed to Princeton Sunday.
Tony Wolf passed away at his home
near here. He had been ill for some
time. The Wolf family has our sym
Benny Olson, the barber here, vis
ited friends in Pwnceton Saturday.
A bunch of young folks drove to
Princeton Sunday evening to take in
George Kight of Zimmerman was
here on business Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miller drove to
Chas. Shaw of Princeton called on
friends here Sunday.
Mrs. Art Larson and Lillian Thorn
quist were visitors at the Andrew
Larson home Thursday and Friday.
Mrs. Bill Clemens and daughter
spent Sunday with friends here.
Ed. Repps is on the sick list.
Adolph Yopke and sister, Amelia,
autoed to Princeton Saturday.
Otto Polsfus is having some road
work done this week.
Mrs. Ole Bye is cleaning house this
week. Mrs. Thornquist is helping her.
Fred Nelson of Princeton was up on
business Monday morning.
Mr. Nelson and John Brueflet went
to Milaca Saturday evening to spend
Sunday at their homes there.
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Arthur Borneke and wife and
daughter spent Sunday visiting rela
tives and friends in the town of Prince
G. E. Ross of Minneapolis has pur
chased the 40-acre farm known as the
Ben Haralson farm from James John
son of Princeton, and has moved onto
Matt Johnson and wife and family
spent last Sunday at Nels Larson's
Mrs. C. W. Taylor will entertain the
Ladies' society on Thursday after
noon, May 17.
Isaac Bayler has returned from
southern Illinois and is looking after
He expects to go to Mon
tana from here.
Warren Kisner and wife entertained
J. G. Hutchinson and wife at dinner
Mrs. Gust Miller and baby returned
home last week.
The basket social given by the boys
at the church last week netted the
sum of $10.
James Brown, jr., has purchased
the LaFavre 80 in East Blue Hill, and
will build a home soon.
James Griffin and family spent Sun
day in Orrock as guests of Mr. and
Mrs. August Anderson.
Mrs. Fagerburg entertained her
neice, Miss Anderson, also Miss Isa
bella Esler on Sunday.
Marion and Walter Smith of Prince
ton spent a week at the home of their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. VanKleek,
Henry Hubers has traded his Over
land car to John DeRose for a larger
Mr. and Mrs. G. VanDalen cele
brated their 25th wedding anniversary
on Monday. Their nearest neighbors
were united to spend the day with
them. May Mr. and Mrs. VanDalen
live to celebrate many more annivers
The J. Toussaint family autoed to
Bock Saturday evening.
Frank Salee went to Minneapolis on
Monday to meet his father, D. Salee,
who will spend the summer here.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Thompson autoed
to Foley Monday.
Mrs. J. Toussaint and son went to
Ogilvie Monday evening for a visit.
Misses Pauline Trunk and Olga
Teutz visited at Ed. Anderson's Mon
Rev. and Mrs. Larson and Mesdames
Moore, Bevir and Pitman autoed up
from Princetonjmd spent Tuesday af
ternoon and evening at the Kempton
George Lunn, Mrs. Lunn, Ly'dia
Scheller, Pauline Trunk and Olga
Teutz attended church east of here on
Tuesday night. On the way home Geo.
ran the auto off the grade into the
ditch and the party had to proceed
home on foot.
Misses Pauline TrunkN
Teutz spent last Thursday night at
Palmquist's and Friday evening they
went to their homes to spend Sunday.
Art Nyquist spent Sunday at Kemp
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Taylor of
Freer, Capt. Collander and family of
Foreston, and Mr. and Mrs. Kempton
and daughter, Alice, were the guests
Qf the Salee family on Sunday.
Mr. Umbehocker of Princeton mo
tored up Tuesday evening to instruct
the band. Our band is doing very
well and we expect some good music
for the Fourth of July Celebration.
F. H. Bartelt and S. Wevell went to
Princeton Tuesday afternoon.
Seventy-two tubs of butter were
shipped this week.
The Young Ladies' society got up a
surprise party on Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Kiel last Wednesday evening and
presented Mrs. Kiel with a present.
The Rudd Lumber Co. is building a
lime 'house just south of the office.'
Mr. Rudd and Mr. Miller visited this
lumber yard Tuesday afternoon.
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Ole Folwick and son, Iver, and
daughter, motored to Rice Lake Sun
Mr. and Mrs. John Franson and
daughters spent Sunday evening at
the Wm. HofFerbert home in Milaca.
Mrs. Giles Ellsworth, who has been
on the sick list for some time, is much
improved at this writing.
Peter Berg of Zumbro Falls arrived
here on Wednesday evening for an
extended visit at the home of his son,'
Mr. and Mrs. Crosby of Red Wing
arrived here Thursday evening for a'
few days visit with
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Claus Johnson.
Miss Delia Rowland spent Sunday
under the parental roof from her
school dutiees in Milaca. Miss Lind
John Creighton of Skine, Minnesota,,'
Jay CJrarchill of Spring Valley, who r
has purchased land in Dalbo township,
arrived here on Thursday evening with
his carload of goods, and expects to
build on it. A Mr. Williams and wife
are staying with him.
Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Taft motored up
from Zimmerman on Sunday for a
visit at the Nels Olson home.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Westling motored
to Glendorado on Sunday and took
dinner with Mrs. Westling's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. T. Olson.
The Stromwall young folks of For
eston spent Sunday afternoon at the
E. Westling home.
Mr. Churchill of Spring Valley ar
rived here on Monday evening for a
few days' visit with his son, Jay.
Mrs. Christ Erickson died at her
home in Milaca on Friday evening of
cancer and dropsy. She is survived
by several children, one of whom is, j
Mrs. Peter Niesen of this place. Her |~f
remains were taken to Onamia on Sun-'
day where the funeral will be held i g
and interment made. The many
friends of the children deeply sympa
thize with them in their bereavement.
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Misses Agnes and Grace Thompson
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John Anderson is doing some car
penter work for C. Jensen.
Mr. Jensen of Becker is doing the
cement work for a modern barn which
J. Lofty is to erect.
Olof Anderson has added a large
porch to his residence. John Knut
son is doing the carpenter work.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Biglow, formerly
of Santiago, autoed up from Anoka
last week and visited at Orrock's and
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Orrock,
at the Northwestern hospital in
Princeton, May 2, a son.
Mr. and Mrs. James Westling and
children autoed down from Milaca
Sunday, and spent the day with the
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.
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