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October 16—Leonard Johnson and
family of Willmar attended the even
ing services in the Swedish M. E.
church an Sunday evening.
Rev. Malmstrom and Rev. Eriftkson
of Minneapolis, were Willmar business
callers on Tuesday of last week.
Sumner Peterson returned on Sun
day evening from a trip to Duluth,
where he had been visiting since on
Ed Miller .returned on Sunday even
ing from Minneapolis where he had
been attending the Dairy Show.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stenberg of Ray
mond visited from Saturday untjl Sun
day at the William Peterson home
while enroute from Minneapolis where
they attended the Dairy Show.,
Maurice Nelson, Tom Johnson, Os
car Moe and Theodore Peterson were
among those that joined the Meeker
County delegation that left on Thurs
day to attend the Dairy Show at Min
H. F. Peterson and family, Robert
Bergstrom and Marcus Rossell visited
at the N. P. Anderson home on Sun
The Misses Emma Roetzer, Dorothy
Burnquist and Mildred Gray arrived
on Saturday evening from Minneapo
lis for a visit at their homes in At
water. Misaas Roetzer and Burnquist
returned to Minneapolis en Monday
morning but Miss Gray will not re-'
turn until Tuesday morning as she.
•will attend the silver wedding of her
parents-, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Oray, this
A child was born to Mr. and Mrs. R.
A. Alseth on Sunday morning.
R. E. Ldnquist and family and Nels
Anderson and family visited at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Peterson
of Willmar on Sunday the occasion
being their wedding anniversary.
Charles Holmberg^ and family, Al
bert Linguist and family, Mrs. J. P.
Lindquist and daughters and Mrs. H.
Isaacson visited at the C. H. Lundgren
home in Raymond on Sunday.
Maurice Sand, Pete Nelson and Har
old Edwards returned from Lakota, N.,
D., on Monday of last week where
they have been working for the past
couple of months.
Walter Kragenbring and Arthur
Gratz left on Sunday morning for Mor
ris where they will attend the Tractor
G. O. Sand and family motored to
Willmar on Sunday.
Henry Mohr and Theodore Kahmey
er made a trip to St. Cloud on Thurs
day. They returned the same evening.
•Louis L. Madsen is the new mail
carrier on Route 7. He will commen
ce his duties on Monday, Oct. 23rd.
Miss Hilda Iverson visited with
friends at Litchfield on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. .Heining and fam
ily, Frank Heining and family. Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Heintz and family. Henry
Honebrink and family, August Behm
and family and Mr. Feig and mother
and sisters visited at the D. F. Sene
chal home on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Stark and John
Stark of Kensington visited at the G.
A. Stark home on Sunday. Mrs. Grund
of Minneapolis who has been visiting
at the'Otto Stark home, in Kensington
also came with them.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holm. Mrs
J. P. Carlson and Miss Ella Carlson of
Willmar visited at the B. A. and Ar
thur Holm homes on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Kradz of Pennock vis
iteed at the Nels Lundgren home on
S. Paulsness and family of Willmar
visited at the G. A. Stark home on
Chester Holm visited at the home'
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Charles
Ho'm of Willmar on 'Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Feig and Mrs. An
na Feig visited at the Albert Pagel
home on Sunday.
Walter and 'Richard Moberg of Min
neapolis visited at the G. A.^Stark
home from Saturday until Monday
Atty. Chas. A. Swenson was a Will
mar business caller today.
Sheriff Peter Bonde of Willmar was
an Atwater business caller today.
G. A. Stark left this morning for a
business trip to Minneapolis.
Miss Dora Moline returned to Atwa
ter this morning after spending last
week at her home on account of sick
Mrs. H. L. Nordin and Mrs. Harry
Olson of Willmar arrived on Wednes
day afternoon for a visit with their
sister, Mrs. Clarence Peterson.
The George McBroom family who
has been occupying the Barbeau res4-
«d last waek to their residence in th£
south part of town .which thsy purch
ased from John H. Johnson some time
ago and' which has been occupied by
the N. V. Larson !family who also mo
T.ed last_Week to Che residence vacja
ted iby the\ McBroom?s..
Ti Holm families 'were among
those, from Atwater who attended the
chicken supper which was* given at
the S. M. lEtehl home in Harrison- for
the benefit of the Harrison Presbyter
ian church ^ast Friday.
The Hjalnrar, Peterson family of
Gennessee visited at the B. A. Olson
'home on Sunday afternoon.
Miss Ingrid Samstad spent Monday
afternoon of last week at Litchfield.
Mrs. August Broman and Mrs. Ed
ith Strong were Willmar business cal
lers Monday.
B. P. Hovey left for the cities last
Mrs. J. P. Johnson and Mrs. H. L.
Ney of Pennock visited at the L. R.
Leslie and M. W. Fisher homes here
last week.
Mrs. Ruby Grinde came up from
Minneapolis Saturday evening for a
visit with her mother, Mrs. Huldah
Ernest Peters6n arrived here the'
first of this week from Oakland, Ore
gon, where he has been-spending the
past summer.
Isaac Nystedt left last Tuesday for
his home at Huron, S. D., after a few
days visit at the Elmer Hendrickson
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur. Holm enter
tained' the following as their guests
from Willmar on Sunday: Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Melander and two sons,'
Ralph and Juleum, Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur Larson and son Ellsworth, Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Larson and son
James, Murth and (Ferdinand Larson
.and Mrs. S. W. Larson.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Broman and babe
of Rosendale visited at the Mrs. Aug
ust Broman home here on Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. John Kahmeyer re
turned home Tuesday evening after
a few days visit in the cities.
Ingvald Woken..wit) is employed at
Cokato visited at his home here over
Sunday -•.-,',•-
Mrs. C. W. Johnson and daughter
Evelyn spent Saturday afternoon at
Litchfield. ,,. ._
Herman Swanson spent a few days
the first part of last week in the city.
Karl Covell of Minneapolis was an
over Sunday visitor with his relatives
here. .»•
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Holm and son
spent iFriday afternoon.at Willmar.
Miss Hattie Hedner went to Litch
field Monday for a visit with friends
and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson south of
•town entertained a number of their
friends for supper on Sunday- evening
in honor of-Meivie's birthday*
John Miller Jr and family apent.Sun
day at Svea.
Mrs. Chas. Parsley and daughter
Irene spent Monday afternoon of last
week ^siting at Willmar..
The Conrad Amdahl family removed
last week to Atwater and are occupy
ing the P. J. Gallea residence.
Haldo Slinden,, a- resident of our
village took very seriously ill Tues
day night and it was found necessary
for him to be taken to the Litchfield
Hospital the same night. He- is-now
getting- along as well as can be ex
R. E. Peterson who has been visit
ing here from Carson, N. D., left on
Monday of last week for Minneapolis.
The ladies aid society of the Swed
ish M. E. church will give a chicken
Supper in their church parlors on Fri
day evening, Oct. 20, beginning at 6
o'clock. The admission of fifty cents
a plate will he charged for adults and
twenty-five cents for -children. Every
body come.
Mrs. S. Jones of Fahlun visited at
the George-Jones home and with other
relatives and friends in Atwater last
week. .-•
dence in the north part of town mov- twelve ofjher lady-friends at her home
Mr. and Mrs. George Roetzer were
Litchfield callers Thursday Afternoon.
Mrs. Edith Strong, Mrs. Franklin
Glader, Miss.Hilma Norman and'Miss
Christine Erickson attended a 'busi
ness meeting ,of the Rosendale ladies
aid society .at Rosendale last Wednes
day afternoon.
The Misses Anna and Helen-Benson
of Gennessee left here Monday of last
week for Minneapolis where they will
be employed.
Mr. and Mrs. George Jones were
Willmar callers last Monday
Mrs. L. R. Leslie .entertained about
.MrstJlaW LewJsv6f Willmar
"Friday afternoon-visiting at the home
fit "Sir parents, Mr. "and Mrs. Eriek
Mr. and Mrs' Richard,Johnson were
Litchfield callers Monday last week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Holm spent Tues
day at Willmar.
Mrs. Edith Strong, Mrs. .Franklin
•Glader and Miss Hiima Norman motor
ed to Grove City Tuesday afternoon'
.Where they visited at the Walter Mc
Bae home.
Mrs. Beck, and Anna and Ed Beck
from south of Kandiyohi "visited \at
.the Erick Engwall home here Tues
day afternoon.
•Miss Mary Youngwirth 4rom Tope
ka, Kansas, a representative of the
•Cadmean -Chautauqua Co., was in At
water oir business Wednesday and
Thursday of* last week.
Mrs. August Lundquist -and son of
Willmar and Mrs. John Lundquist of
Kandiyohi visited at the Nel& Biom
berg home and with other friends on
Tuesday afternoon- while Mr. Lund-'
quist was attending /to business in At
water-and vicinity.
C. W. Johnson of Atwater, in com
pany with Harry Lund, Hemming S.
Nelson and Mr. Boom of Lake Eliza
beth motored to Minneapolis'Thurs
day morning* where they attended the
big Dairy Show.
,Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Okerman and
son of Willmar spent Sunday after
noon at the Emil Edmund home in this
Last Wednesday evening about fifty
neighbors and friends charivaried
John Bosch and Miss Eva Clough who
were united in' marriage on the same
evening. The many guests were all
invited in and given a splendid lunch.
On Saturday evening about fifty
young people gathered for a surprise
on Walter Kragenbring and Arthur
Gratz. The evening was spent in a
sociaj way after which a tasty lunch
was served to the many guests. Walter
and Arthur left pn Sunday morning for
Morris where they will attend the
Tractor School.
Liedman Funeral
The funeral ot Mr. S. Liedman will
be held at Grove City from the house
at one o'clock and from the church at
one thirty. Rev. M. LeVander will of
ficiate. Mr. Liedman died of old age
being over 88 years old.
Ladies Aid
The Ladies Aid of Grove City will
meet on Thursday afternoon, October
26th, at the "home of Mrs. Adolph Nel
son. Mesdames Adolph Nelson, O. M.
Lindell and Hans Okeson will serve.
•Officers Elected
A large crowd attended the meeting
of the Ladies Aid at Rosendale which
was held at the home of Mrs. Levi
Ogren. At the meeting the following
officers- were elected for the coming
year: Mrs. Martin Olson, president
Mrs. Arvid Larson, vice president
Mrs. iBlmer Nelson, secretary and Mrs.
C. A.~'Swan, treasurer.
Planning Social
-The Young Peoples Society of Ro
sendale is planning to give a program
and social in the near future.
Stag Party
The Modern Woodmen of America
will have a stag party on Tuesday ev
ening. The party will be held in the
Fraternity Hall. After a social even
ing refreshments will be served.
Silver Wedding Anniversary
About fifty relatives and friends ga
thered at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
John O. Gray on Monday evening of
this week to honor them on their 25th
wedding anniversary. The evening
was spent socially, -playing cards and
music. At twelve o'clock refresh
ments were served, which had been
prepared by the guests in advance.
Before the gathering departed, a purse
of money was given to the honored
couple as^a remembrance of the oc
casion. The presentation was made
by Anton Okerman. Mr. Gray res
ponded, by thanking the guests who
were present. The following were
present from out of town: Their dau
ghter, Miss Mildred Gray of Minne
apolis, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Kroona and
daughter of Kandiyohi, and Mr. and
.Mrs. A. H. Okerman and son of Will
-"£"s* LeVander, pastor
.Sunday school at 2 p^ m. *.- -*f
Service's atT-3 p^ 1
All confirmants will meet at ten
o'clock on -Saturday. .t
ferove City:
Sunday school at ft: SO a. m.
Services' at 10:30 a. m.:.
Emil Malmstrom, pastor
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Swedish services at 11 a. m.
There will be no evening services..
English services at S p. m.
John Trelstad, pastor
Sunday school at 10 a.
Norwegian services at 11 a. m.
Confirmants will meet every Satur
day at 10:30 a. m.
English services two weeks from
last Sunday- at 11 a. m.
Confirmants mejet every Saturday at
2 p.m.
Harrison. F. ^E. R^sche, pastor
Communion service at 9 a. m.
Regular services,at 10 a. m.
Oct. 17—Mrs, J^ 0- Kloster returned
home Friday from a weeks visit with
her daughter Miss Clara at Minneapo
Miss Florence Henderson left Fri
day for a several davs visit with re
latives at Minneapolis.
Martin Thompson went to Kandi
yohi the first part of the week where
he is employed in a garage.
L. J. Johnson arrived here Satur
day from Siren, Wise, to make his
home with his son-in-law and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Olaus Thorvig.
Mrs. D. J. Downs went to Litchfield
last week where she accompanied the
Victor Anderson family to the cities.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hillman and
daughter Frances left last week for a
visit with relatives at Grafton, N. D.
Albert Anderson of Murdock is tak
ing care of the electric light plant dur
ing Mr. Hillman's absence.
J. Nelson attended, the" dairy
show at Minneapolis last Thursday.
He returned home Friday morning.
Oscar Gustrud arrived home last
week from North Dakota where he
spent several weeks threshing.
A. W. Holt arrived last week from
Wisconsin. He returned Sunday ac
companied by his wife and children
and his mother, Mrs. Pauline Holt,
who have spent the summer at Green
Mrs. E. L. McDowell and baby de
parted Tuesday for Fargo after spend
ing the summer here.* Mr. McDowell
is employed at Fargo.
Arthur Anthonson left for Cotton
wood County Sunday evening.
•Postmaster A J. Anderson inspected
the rural routes from this office last
Norman Christenson and Ted Smith
son autoed north Tuesday afternoon
after a truck load of potatoes.
Quite a number from here ^attended
the sale at the J. S. Anderson place
near Atwater Tuesday.
Farm Loan Association Meeting
The directors of the Kandiyohi Co.
National Farm Loan Association of
Which Wm. Olson of Spicer is secre
tary and treasurer, held a meeting at
the courthouse at Willmar Saturday
afternoon and voted on sixteen appli
cations- for members on loans amount
ing to $103,800. They also voted to
pay their members a dividend of 8%
on their stock in the association.
An unlimited amount of loans can
be made now. Anyone who wants a
loan can have-it by applying to the
Secretary of the Association.
Rev. T. M. Findley, pastor
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Services at 10:45 a. m.
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Organized in 1879 and is the second oldest State Bank in
Minnesota became a member of rfw Federal Reserve
System in 1918.
Rev. A. M. Lunde, pastor
Sunday school and Bible class at 10.
Services at 3 p. n*.
Rev. A. F. Aimer, pastor
English -services at 3 p.m.
The Ladies Aid~will give their an-
£upjDer.will &
'$W o'clock af^OT wich^t%^rfll i- a if
Mr. Pickett Will Direct PUy Winch
,. is to be Given b$r legion |B
Willmar is being- searched' thorqly
for the best dramatic and musical tai
ejrt to take part in the production of
"Springtime", the musical attraction,
extraordinary, which is to he present
ed .here under the auspices of the Am
erican Legion. Already a number1 of
the characters have been assigned and
the choruses are being rapidly filled.
Anyone who has knowledge of any
person possessing unusual talent, who
Rehearsals are expected to start on
October 23rd, at which time the pro
fessional director from John B. Rog
ers Producing Company, is expected
to arrive.
Mr. Pickett, the director, sent here
by John fB. Rogers Producing Co.,
expected to arrive on October 20th,
and will remain until after the final
performance. Mr. Pickett has produced
"Springtime" exclusively this season
on some of the largest cities of the
United States.
Colorado Springs, Colo., 10-15-22.
To the Editor:
We left Denver yesterday afternoon
after having seen some interesting
sights, such as the artificial mountain
in City Park etc.
From our hotel window here we can
see towering mountains and as it is
we are "almost 8,000 ft above sea level
Find it quite exhausting to hike up
grade but we have received some very
helpful rides right at opportune mom
We find the peop^ in Colorado very
congenial and pleasant, -but don't quite
like the Mexicans of which there are
quite a number.
The prairie dogs are very cute and
we would all like to have one for a
might be available for use in the show!0®8061**116 bootleggers and- moonshin
might, do well to communicate with
Russell Curran, chairman of the tal
ent committee.
Springtime" will
Rehearsals for
be held at the Carlson Hall in the af%
ternoon for the younger people. At
this time they will be classified into
different groups, and a rehearsal
schedule will be arranged so that no
time will be lost. In the evening the
principal characters, those compris
ing the choruses and the dances, will
meet with the director to read over
parts "and try the musical numbers.
The Hikers iFour.
Oct. €—Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Mar
tin Hanson.
Oct. 7—Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Oct. 8—Girl to Mr. and Mrs. M. O.
Oct 13—Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Her
man (Berlin, Kandiyohi.
Oct. 17—Boy to Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
The Eagle Lake Ladies Aid will
have their annual meeting at Mrs.
Albert Erickson's Oct. 26th.
G. A. Stark
Funeral Director
Both Morse a
to Hearses
Licensed Embalnier
Phones 84F2 and 84F3
Atwater Minn
Enforcement:ffiksr **tr
M. R. Simmons, lonaer w#n known
resident of our si^y, h*s during the
past year served asC^pg1vel3^nent en
forcement officer jiV Minneapolis and
in that work "it h? r^orted.lhas' creat:
ed quiteji recor^andxeptt£ation._Sp»«
forty-eight raid* have :b«en led isf Mt.
Simmons with a s.ta^ of asaistanii. JQl
these cases nrot inJW court^ljte•/&&•*
mons has had suctf strong evidence
that all offenders have either pleaded
guilty-or been found guilty by the
court or jury.
That the life of an enforcement of
ficer is no child's play is well recog
nized. In dealing with' reckless and
ers a prohibition enforcement officer
is facing many dangerous possibilit
ies. Bootleggers are usually on the
lookout and prepared even to^ the
stage of using firearms.
*Hildar Hoaglund of Willmar had the
opportunity of sitting on jury which
tried one of Mr. Simmons' raid cases.
They returned a verdict of guilty.
Mr. and Mrs. Jofin B. Swenson and
family were pleasantly surprised- last
Saturday evening when about 100 of
their relatives and friends gathered at
their home in Syea. They were pre
sented with a purse of money as a
remembrance 6i the occasion. Those
from a distance that attended werve:
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Strafelder and fam
ily and Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Vqlkmai of
Brooten Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Land
b'ad, Mr. and Mrs. Duken and family
and Mr. and Mrs. Gus£ Gunderson and
family,of Willmar. A delicious lunch
eon was served at a late hour.
All in attendance reported a very
good time.
Gave Name to Great Invention.
Bunsen burjaer was invented by
Robert Wilhelra Bunsfen (181M899),
born in Gottingen, Germany for al
most 50 years a great teacher and in
vestigator in Heidelberg university.
Phon 2 7 4
Opera House Block
Wahlstrand and Nordstrom
Litchfield Ave.
Willmar, Minn.
Registered Op'
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r* !M^tt»VIGC^-I
436 Benson Ave. W.
tfct. *0—Delbert W Corf
Mfctolsmi. .. S V-'t
"^{^*t*H$n0Uf A~rwik1&it<l fi*
'«w*rffcrayB, Bergman
Oct. i2^.rence"Le^ a a Skih^
delien. T-^
Oct. 13—rienry-^. ^ferthi to Marion
J.'Fossum. .', .J
Oxo Gas (mldc fromkeiipitfc)
has proven itself a bettfr JiW
cheaper fuel for your./ ilWisk
range, coal stove or fnrttop% Ho
smoke or ashes. It wJ^ i&ybu
money and trouble, ifo^/ciin^
afford to be without it. Gr% ut
the opportunity to prove-tiili to
you. Danon^QMstf.^^/i:^^.
3 2 1 Pacific A
2 Deors West ofi^irkl
100 Boys to buy suits,
mackinaws and underwear.
Hoaglund & 'Diffmdorf,
W Self For Cas W Sell For
We are pleased to announce that we are he&cU
quarters for Oregon City Woolen Milfe, the maker
pure Virgin Wool garments—
Stager, f
Oct. 17«—Axei Johnson to Alice Jori
din. h. ^., {p
Oct. 17—Herbact.WesseJ»^fc."to Ger
teudeJBtob. S'/S V'V'' -k
Oct. 17—Fred H. Forsberf to Alice
JL*u+«m.:Z-. J&3„ *£•.
Oct. 17—Nels Norbie tb^iota Cart
The way to gain a good reputation is
to endeavor to be wb.at you i$$$ar.1
That is precisely the manner in which'
Chamberlain's Cough Remedyk ha*
gained iU reputation as a.ic»irs for
coughs, colds, croup, and Whttbiing
cough Every bottle that^h%s *rec
been, put out by the riianufacttiterf
has been fully up to the high ttahdird
of excellence claimed for it
have found that it can be depenos^ ttp^'^
on for the relief and cure,ol tK#|iJvai^
ments and that it is pleasant sfia. lafe
to take.—^Adv. *..^^'tHst
*. T-Vosi.
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