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The free entertainment given by
the I. O. O. F. lodge last Friday was
very largely attended. The hall was
filled, even standing room being taken
up. Harry Pratt made the opening
address, followed by a song by Winton
Peterson and a monologue dialogue in
darky dialect by three Princeton boys,
which was much enjoyed. A movie
was then run of Charlie Chaplin and
from the amount of laughter it was
evidently enjoyed. Later on lunch,
consisting of Sandwiches, pickles,
cake, coffee and ice cream, was served
to the crowd, after which the room
was arranged for dancing. That the
affair was a success is due no doxibt
to the untiring efforts of the members,
who determined to make this a gala
time for all their friends. It was a
time of pleasure for all who attended
and they feel very grateful for the
opportunity of attending.
Mrs. Eliza Neumann and Mrs. Nial
Neumann will entertain the guild at
the home of the latter on Friday, Sep
tember 10. A kind invitation is ex
tended to all.
Mr. and Mrs. Swen Kight and chil
dren of Milaca stopped in town on
Friday en route to Minneapolis, where
they will reside.
J. Winton Peterson and Ethel Nash
attended the state fair on Saturday.
Mrs. E. H. Foley and children and
Irene and Marie Kaliher of Elk River
visited at the Kettleson home on Sun
day. They autoed to Princeton in the
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Swanson of
Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Swanson and children spent Sunday
at the Roy IIiff home.
Mr. Nash and Floyd went to Min
neanoli? on Frndav.
Mrs. E. H. Foley, Mrs. C. W. Gup
till and little son and Irene Kaliher
attended the aid meeting at Billy
Walker's on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Brachlow of Long
Siding were down on Tuesday even
ing to attend the lawn social. Mr.
Brachlow presided at the piano during
W. R. Hurtt. John Cook and B. N.
Nash attended Masonic lodge at
Princeton on Wednesday night, get
ting in sometime after midnight.
Dora Brown spent last week at Elk
The Princeton orchestra furnished
music for the dance last Tuesday
L. D. Carter is on the sick list this
Wm. Swanson was in Minneapolis
Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins of St. Paul
were guests of Mrs. Hurtt several days
last week. Mrs. Garvin accompanied
Mrs.. Nial Neumann and Mrs. Craro
tree went to Princeton Thursday,
where the former had some dental
Miss Helen White of Elk River was
a e-uest of Miss Ethel Nash last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Nash autoed to Cam
bridge last Wednesday.
Mrs. Hannay of Hopkins was visit
ing here last week. She was formerly
Mrs. Benton Garvin of Chicago
visited at the W. R. Hurtt home last
Mr. and Mrs. Berclund and little
daughter enjoyed a chicken simper at
the Chas. Hiller home last Wednesday
Mary Hiller, who spent the past
year doing government work in Wash
ington, left on Saturday for Pillager,
where she will teach this vear.
Mrs. Bessie Clear, Miss Laura Davis
and Miss Mabel Ausnus, hello girls
from Elk River, spent Friday after
noon with Esther Bergquist.
A splendid program was rendered at!on
the church last Tuesday evening, and
many expressions of pleasure were
evident everywhere. Ice cream and
cake were served to a large crowd on I
the lawn, which was nicely lighted
with Japanese lanterns. The affair
was a thorough success and the ladies'
are well pleased with their undertak-j
A delightful afternoon was spent at
the aid meeting at the Billy Walker.
home last Friday afternoon. The
members all enjoy a trip to the coun-1
Rev. Clark autoed to Ronneby on
Mr. Morneau was over from Buffalo I
on Friday. I
Little Eleanor Hanson celebrated
her fifth birthday on Saturday by en
tertaining 15 little girls at a party.
Many children's games were played
and a splendid lunch was served the
little guests. A peanut hunt caused
much merriment and not a little ex
citement. Evelyn Kettleson succeed
ed in finding the most while Vivian
Looney had the least and both were
awarded a prize. Many pretty gifts
were left for the little hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. Berglund and Mrs.cent.
Hurtt attended a church meeting at
the home of Grace Craig in Orrock
on Friday evening.
Ralph and Lindsey Mode came home
last week to attend school.
Herman Stendahl is home from
Minneapolis for a few days. He is
painting with the Lyon Sign Painting
Co. of Minneapolis.
There will be a dance in the Hayak
hall on Tuesday, September 14.
MILO, ROUTE 1
The Sanford family spent Tuesday
evening at the Nels Sederquist home.
Arnold Groen was quietly married
to Miss Jesssie Baas on Wednesday,
September 1, at the home of th,e
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Baas,
who reside near Pease, only immedi
ate relatives being present. The
young couple have gone to housekeep
ing on the groom's farm in Milo, and
heartiest congratulations are extended
for a happy wedded life.
The young peoples' society of the
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Swedish church of Greenbush was en
tertained at the Carl Johnson home
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Johnson and fam
ily and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Atkinson
autoed to Sullivan lake on Saturday
and spent Sunday fishing, returning
Mrs. Wm. Kennedy went to Minne
apolis last Wednesday to attend the
funeral of a relative.
W. Winters, having sold his farm,
will hold an auction sale on Thursday,
September 16, commencing at 1 o'clock
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Northway and
children spent Sunday afternoon at
the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl and Ernest Axt
and sons were Saturday evening vis
itors at the home of Clarence John
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Groen were in
Minneapolis on business one^day last
rWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGOI
The state census shows that Mille
Lacs county has increased in popula
tion during the last five years 80 per
It now has 5,125 inhabitants,
while Princeton villag^ has 1,083 ar.d
Princeton township 693. The popula
tion of Milaca village is 482 and the
village of Foreston 338.
'Two hundred and forty-seven pupils
have enrolled in the Princeton public
schools, which opened on Monday."
There were hundreds of hungry
hunters pursuing the festive prairie
chicken on Sunday and each secured
There was a lunar eclipse on Tues
day night and half of the people in
town were out watching it.
Anoka telegraphed on Monday that
Princeton must not expect another op
portunity to swipe 'em on the diamond.
"Enough is enough," the ball club
Frost on Saturday night played
havoc with the corn and potatoes.
Plucky Miss Dinwiddie. She rode
says the Good Judge
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THE PRINCETON UNION: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1920
35 miles on horseback in Monday's
heat from Mille Lacs lake to take the
teachers' examination and, of course,
came out with flying colors.
Dan Spaulding will buy your prairie
chickens. Bring 'em in.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Soule. returned
on Saturday from a visit to relatives
in New England.
Frank Campbell was sporting
around in Elk River on Monday.
Miss Alice Jones arrived in Prince-
(First-Pub. Sept. 2-3t)
Citation for Hearing on Petition for Probate
ESTATE OF FRANK HAGER.
State of Minnesota, County of Mille Lacs.
In Probate Court.'
In the matter of the estate of Frank Hager,
The State of Minnesota to the next of kin
and all persons interested in the allowance in
probate of the will of said decedent:
The petition of Agnes Appel being duly filed
in this court, represtnting that Frank Hager
then a resident of the county of Mille Lacs
and State of Minnesota, died on the 25th day
of August, 1920, leaving a last well and testa
ment which is presented to this court with
said petition, and praying that said instru
ment be allowed as the last well and testa
ment of said decedent, and that letters of ad
ministration with the will annexed be issued
thereon to said Agnes Appel,
Now, therefore, you and each of you, are
hereby cited and required to show cause, if
any you have, before this court, at the probate
court rooms, in the village of Milaca, county
of Mille Lacs and state of Minnesota, on the
27th day of September, 1920, at 2 o'clock p.
why the prayer of said petition should not
Witness the Honorable Wm. V. Sanford,
judge of said court, and the seal of said court,
this 31st day of August, 1920.
(Court Seal.) WM. V. SANFORD,
E. L. McMillan, Judge.
Attorney for Petitioner,
ifon from Chicago on Tuesday. She
will make her home with her aunt,
Mrs. Mattie Jones.
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