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They are good, worthy suits—fresh
and crisp with style. Come early a'nd
make your selection while the assort
ment is good.
AKE ELIZABETH
LEAKING^-
Lake Elizabeth, June 12—Last
Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock, June
9th, occurred one of the prettiest
weddings ever solemnized in Lake
Elizabeth. The bride was Miss
Amanda Amelia Bjur. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Bjur and the
groom Arthur Carl Rossell, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Rossell of Gen
nessee. Ihe maid of honor was
Mabel Norell of Kandiyohi, cousin
of the bride, and best man was
Hjalmar Rossell. brother of the
groom. The other attendants were
Lillie and Selma Rossell and Axel
and Albin Bjur. Helen and Ber
nice Bjur were flower girls. Ihe
bride was becomingly dressed in
white messaline silk trimmed with
allover lace and beads. She car
ried a pretty boquet of bride's
roses. The white bridal veil was
held in place with two cream roses
and myrtle sprays. The ceremony
was performed in the Swedish M.
E. church of Rosendale by Rev. A.
G. Hultrgen. The church was
beautifuly decorated in pink, green
and white. George Hultgren
played the Lohengrin wedding
march while the bridal party
marched into the church. Miss
Hilda Hultgren gave a beautiful
vocal selection immediately after
the vows were spoken. After the
service at the church a supper was
served at the bride's home to near
ly 150 guests. The young couple
received a sum of about $95 besides
many pretty and costly presents.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rossell will
start housekeeping this week at the
John Porter farm which the groom
is renting. Heartiest congratula
tions is extended to them both by
everyone.
Josie Jackson of Minneapolis vis
ited a few days last week at S. P.
Carlson's.
Aueuts Melin and family and
Hulda Youngberg visited at Young
berg's Sunday.
The Swedish M. E. church of
Rosendale will hold meetings com
mencing next Wednesday, June 14,
and continuing over Sunday.
There will be three sessions per day
—forenoon at 11 oclock. afternoon
at 3 o'clock and evening at 8
o'clock. The ministers who will
preach are Revs. A. G. Hultgren,
C. F. Edwards, E. A. Bongfelt and
Wm. Lundeen.
Mrs. Andrew Johnson of Atwater
spent Thursday at John Johnson's.
Mr. Newman, teacher of Dist. 72
gave a picnic to his pupils and some
friends last week, it being the close
of school. Mr. Newman has just
finished a very successful term of
school there and his friends regret
to see him leave.
Emil Edmund is at present having
his vacation from duties as mail
carrier on Route 6. Geo. Bowman
is substitute mail carrier.
Andrew Anderson made a busi
ness trip to Willmar last Friday.
Miss Natalia Mathiason spent a
very pleasant afternoon at Jennings
Thursday.
ANNOUNCEMENT
Gustavus Johnson, pianist and
director ol the Johnson School
of Music, Minneapolis m?mgm
Will begin his summer class of
piano instruction at Nelson's studio
June 22d. For particulars address
Gustavus Johnson, care of A. L.
Nelson, Willmar, or 1025 Nicollet
ave. Minneapolis.
MEN! HERE'S
$25.00 and $22.50
Suits for
$20.00 and $18.00
Suits for
Miss Laura Olsen of Gennessee
visited at August Melin's Sunday
and Monday.
The Young People's Society of
the Swedish M. E. church in Rosen
dale held their meeting at F. E.
Danielson's last Thursday evening,
June 8. Mr. Markve made one of
the most impressive speeches on
temperance ever heard in this vi
cinity. After the short program
lunch was served after which games
were played. Everyone there re
port a very pleasant evening. The
presence of Mr. Markve was a sur
prise to everyone, and the facts
that he brot up against the saloon
and the white slave trade will not
be forgotten very soon by those
who heard them.
Miss Alma Carlson is at present
visiting with friends and relatives
in Minneapolis.
A crowd of about 23 boys gave
a charivari at Theo. Bjur's Friday
evening.
Road work has been going on
now for about a week and the roads
are in a pretty good condition now.
Miss Edith Anderson of Rosen
dale made a visit at Rueben Bro
man's Thursday.
Andrew Olsen has been very ill
lately with pneumonia..
Moon Shine.
LAKE-IUUA
N
LETTER,
Lake Lillian, June 9—Mrs. E.
Westlund has been in Wllmar visit
ing with her son Erick.
Mr. and Mrs. August Magnuson
of Pennock visited E. Knutson's
last week.
Miss Freda Hed has left for Min
neapolis.
Mrs. Carrie Johnson and son Ed
die are visiting in Minneapolis this
week.
Miss Ellen Lindberg of Svea
working for J. E. Johnson's.
Rev. I. N. Nelson and wife of II
linois are here visiting with rela
tives this week.
is
Mrs. E. Knutson is visiting
Pennock this week.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Walner left last
Saturday to attend meeting at Sa
lem which begun on Friday even
ing and lasted until Sunday even
ing.
in
M. Linman and daughter Annie
are visiting in Minneapolis this
week.
Miss Florence Lindquist of Will
mar are visiting at M. Walner's.
Andrew O. Renstrom has now
gol his new barn completed, which
is the third one he has built. The
second barn was burned down some
time ago.
Our men's suits have received orders to move, and, move they must. We'll make every one of them
move at some price. It's good business on our part, but, while a loss to us it is
A GREA SAVIN FO YOU
If you were a clothier, and had more suits on hand than you could possibly sell this season would you keep
them over until next year and let them get out of style and rusty, besides losing the use of the money or
would you sell them now? Sell them, of course you would.
THAT'S JUST WHAT WE ARE GOIN TO DO
Look over these price cuts and if you ever expect to buy another Suit of Clothes, Buy it now. It will be the
best investment you ever made. Our entire stock of men's suits of all kinds are in this sale. Nothing re
served—Blue Serges, Bluek Unfinished Worsteds, Fancy Worsteds and Cassimeres.
BEGINNING THURSDAY/JUNE 15th
$18.48
$14.87
THE SALEM CHURCH.
The fortieth anniversary of the
Salem Mission church was fittingly
celebrated last Sunday. There was
an immense throng of people pres
ent, many of them from Willmar.
The ministers present who partici
pated in the exercises were Revs.
J. G. Sjoquist, of Dassel Isaac Nel
son from Kewanie, 111. Emil Lar
son of Maple Plain, Minn. Theo
Paulson of Willmar and A. W.
Franklin, the local pastor. There
were songs rendered by the Salem
and Lundby choirs. The historical
sketch was given by Rev. J. G.
Sjoquist, who himself was instru
mental in the organization of the
church in 1871, and became the
first pastor. He was succeeded in
1876 by Rev. C. M. Youngquist.
In 1886 Rev. A. Sundberg became
the pastor. In October. 1889, Rev.
Dovre, June 12—Road work com
menced around here last Monday
with T. Larson a3 overseer.
Otto Olson is doing mason work
tor Anrdew Olson who is going to
build a new barn this summer.
I. Larson has bought a young
horse from T. 0. Dengerud.
Swalin brothers and their fami
lies autoed up to A. H. Hanson's
place Sunday.
Johanna Kallevig from Green
Lake visited with friends in this
vicinity last week. She also took
in the picnic at C. G. Birkeland's
last Tuesdav.
Mrs. T, Larson is on the sick list.
$16.50 and $15.00
Suits for
$12.00 and $10.00
Suits for
SWEDISH MISSIO
N SALEM
CHURCHPASSES40 YEARS
Nels Frykman was called to become
the pastor, and he remained in
charge for twenty years. The pres
ent pastor Rev. A. W. Franklin,
took charge three years ago.
The first church was built in
1872, and the old parsonage in 1875.
Both these old buildings were added
to and rebuilt at subsequent times.
The new church was erected in
1897, but has been improved several
times since then. Last year the
Salem congregation together with
those of Lundby and Lake Florida,
joined in erecting a fine modern
parsonage for the use of their be
loved pastor, who has labored with
marked success among his people.
The fortieth anniversary jubilee
meeting will long be remembered
by those present as an inspiring oc
casion.
A school picnic was held Sunday
at the A. H. Hanson place. In
spite of the rainy weather a big
crowd gathered and the program
was thoroly enjoyed thruout. Af
ter the program refreshments were
served.
A bunch of young people around
here attended the bakset social at
John Otterness' place Saturday
evening and a good time was re
ported by all.
The Ladies' Aid at Long Lake
will met with Mrs. G. J. Bratberg
Thursday, June 15. All are wel
come.
You Can Have Your
Choice Of Any Of Our
$12.67
$ 8.67
MAMRE
Mamre, June 1—Misses Esther
and Ruth Hedman and Miss Edla
Holt from St Paul, arrived here on
Thursday afternoon to be the guests
of their relatives John Berglunds
and other friends for a few days.
The latter is enroute for her home
home at Stockholm, S. D.
Otto Tingvall, the Mamre asses
sor, was busy around here last
week.
Richard Danielson from Hawley,
Minn., is visiting with the Gust
Danielson family this weeK.
Miss Martha Garlberg from near
Estevan. Canada, is here for a few
weeks' visit with her folks the
C. G. Carlberg family.
Miss Ellen Bjork from near Long
Lake was doing dressmaking around
Dovre the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Albin Starleaf and
Mr. Lars Dahlman and sister Emma
were nicely entertained at their
brother's home, Thor Dahlmans
in Dovre on Thursday evening.
Miss Sophie Olson of Minneapolis
is working for Mrs. J. O. Hagman.
Mrs. Carl Rodman from Dawson
Minn., is the guest at the home
of her brother-in-law and sister Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Rodman these days.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Peterson and
three children of Sisseton, S. D.,
are visiting at the home of the lat
ter's brother and sister. Mr. and
Mrs. Otto Holmgren.
Mrs. Sherwick from Dassel was
the guest of the Gustafson family
during the convention in Salem.
Oscar Hagman spent a few days
at Minneapolis the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Danielson, Mr.
and Mrs. N. Abramson and Mrs.
Halvorson and son Erick, Mrs. Hog
lund of Willmar and Mrs. Johnson
were very nicely entertained at
dinner by Otto Tingvall's Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sandberg,
who were recently married at Min
neapolis, is here for a few days'
visit with the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Sandberg, in Mamre.
Miss Fern Magnuson of Willmar
was the guest of her friend Mable
Lundeen over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Albin Starleaf were
entertained at the Lindstrom home
of Pennock Sunday. They left for
their future home at Minneapolis
on Monday.
Miss Jennie Erickson from Du
luth enjoyed a few days'.. visit with
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Swanson,
week.
Mrs. P. H. Peterson of Willmar
visited with her sister, Mrs. 0.
Tingvall over the convention.
Messrs. Joseph Abraham Olson
and sisters Hannah and Esther Ol-
son from Buxton, North Dakota,
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Aug. Lindquists.
Mrs. Ruth Zill Kimble left for
the cities on Monday.
Misses Ruth Hagman and Annie
Swanson stayed with their friend
Ruth Franklin from Friday until
Sunday over the convention.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Aug.
Bergman last Wednesday, a girl.
The convention in the Salem Mis
sion church was a great success re
garding weather, attendance, etc.
The ministers present were Revs.
A. W. Franklin, Isak Nelson, Ke
wanie, 111. Emil Larson. Maple
Plain, Minn. Sjoquist, Dassel Rev.
Paulson, Willmar.
The following program will be
rendered at home of C. G. Carlberg
by the Lundby, Y. P. S. on the
evening of June 21st.
Song—Audience
Scripture Reading and Prayer—G.
Swanson
Song—Choir
Selected Reading—Olga Olson
Selected Reading—Hannah Dahl
man
Song—Male Quartette
Poem—David Swanson
Poem—Evald Danielson
Duet
Speech—Nath. Franklin
Song—Choir
Prayer—Peter Carlberg
Mrs. Emil Lcwen entertains the
Ladies Aid in the afternoon of
June 21.
Miss Alma Nelson from Milbank,
S. D., is assisting with house work
at A. Lihdberg's.
Deaf People
Thomas Knutson and family spent
Saturday evening at Aug.' Berg
man's.
Mrs. Bddie Lindgren entertained
relatives from Kerkhoven and Pen
nock on Sunday.
Mrs. Otis Sather from, Minnea
polis was up for the Starleaf-Dahl
man wedding Wednesday.
F. O. Carlson's visited. And..*
Ehn's Wednesday evening.
Mrs. F. N. Anderson had for her
guests over Sunday Mrs. Oscar An
derson and children from New Lon
don.. ,'j tMs*
Mrs. C. M- Youngquist" of Min
neapolis, former Salem minister's,
wife, is here for a visit with
friends.
Mrs. P. H. Peterson Jfrom Min
netonka is the guest of relatives in
Manure now-a~days.
Mr. and Mr*. Randall of Minnea
polis, the latter formerly Lillian
Larson of Manure, called on frlendav^.+-4S
around here Friday and Saturday.
Misses Ida and Wilms Johnson
left for St. Pawl on Monday.
Frank Nelson entertained a large
group of frientis on Sunday after-,.
noon. May^
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