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'•8 If till X: «S •Hi I -if 3, I' flat & I SUBSCRIPTIONS Payable in advance. VOLUME 2 8 ft Renew promptly to keep paper comu GOLDEN WEDDING OFAGO) COUPLE Mr. and Mrs. Christian Hang of Pennock Surprised by Church Gathering The 53rd wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Christian Haug of Pen nock was the occasion for a large ga thering at the Zion Lutheran church at Pennock last Sunday evening. The two congregations of St. Johns of the Lutheran Free church and the Zion of the Swedish Lutheran church uni ted in the preparation for the sur prise and jointly contributed to, theWest purse of money which was presented to the venerable couple. Mr. and Mrs. Haug were at home observing the day and had no know ledge whatever of the festivities' ab out to commence in their honor at the Zion church. They were called for when the church service hour approa ched and invited to attend services-rat the church. They accompanied those who came to the home for them and found at the church a gathering of friends and members of both congre gations which filled the church to ov erflowing. As the couple entered the church the bell was tolled as it did '63 years- ago. Rev. Nicolay Nilsen of the Luther an Free church of Willmar presided. He delivered a talk in which he sket ched the lives of the honored guests. Christian Haug was born on Jan. 16, 1840, and Mrs. Haug on August 25, 1845. They have thus attained the ages of 82 and 77 years respectively. They came to America some 38 years ago and settled in this county immedi ately having a farm in the neighbor hood of the present Orphans Home. Later on they moved their home to the Eagle Lake region. For the past twenty years however they have been continuous residents of the village of Pennock where they have made a host of friends who Sunday night aided in making the surprise the success it was. Mr. and Mrs. Haug have been members of the St. Johns church for the past 31 years. Twelve children were born to the couple, six of whom are living. ..-«-•.,—•-- .-.,-•. •.. After Rev. Nilsen's talk short speeches were given and well received by Messrs A. P. Berglund and E. L. Thorpe. Mr. Thorpe humorously re ferred to the courtship methods used in Norway and delighted the audience with his "cheery" talk on this topic. Rev. Nilsen then presented the couple with a substantial sum of money which contained silver and gold coins. Mns. Botnen of Willmar, a daughter was present, as was also Mrs. Erick son of Duluth, another daughter. A sister and son were present from Chokio. After the program the gathering re tired to the parlors of the church where the Ladies Aid had prepared a splendid menu of refreshments. The honored couple with their children and relatives were seated at a special table. Lap lunches were enjoyed by many as tables could not be had to accomodate all. The old couple received the hearty congratulation's of their many friends. SHOULD ATTEND Bazaar and Social Should be At-ening tended as Proceeds Go to Orphans All the proceeds from the bazaar and social to be held Friday evening at the Priam schoolhouse and which is being given by the Priam Ladies Aid will go to the Orphans Home. The bazaar and social should therefore be attended by as many as possible and swell the receipts that the sum donated to this charity institution will be substantial. Members of the Ladies Aid have been selling numbers on two quilts to be given away that evening. Community spirit and a willingness to aid in such a work as care for or phans should inspire as many as can to attend the function.. LEFT FOR CALIFORNIA Mr. and Mrs. Lambert G. Thyden and daughter June returned to their home in Los Angelas, Cal., Thursday accompanied by' Miss Rachael Thyden and Mrs. And. Thyden. The latter went to seek her health. Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Thyden have •been here during the past three weeks. Mrs. Thyden has been visiting here since t/he latter part of July. RETURNED FROM NORWAY Roy Olson arrived the last part of the week from Norway and is visiting at the home of his sister, Mrs. John Peterson, who resides four miles southwest of Willmar. Mr. Olson has been visiting in Bergen, Norway, for the past two years. He will return to the -state of Washington whSre he makes his home, -. KANDIYOHI COUNTY MARINE MADE TRIP TO FAR EAST John Holsten of Rennock, a Mar ine, Visits Far East and Orient Norfolk, Va., Oct. 30—A journey to the Orient that will long be remem bered was recently made by John Gil bert Holsten of Pennock, Kandiyohi County, Minn., who accompanied Sec retary of the Navy Denby and thety Naval class of 1881 on their trip to Japan and the Far East. Holsten was one of the IT. S. Mar ines who embarked on the 17. S. S. Henderson at Hampton Roads last May. That vessel first went to the Indies, thence by way of the Panama Canal to San Diego, Cal. The next stopping place was Honolulu, thence to Japan where the party visit ed Tokio, Yokohama and other large cities. The trip included a visit to Shanghai, China, from which port the party traveled overland to Peking. On the return journey the Philippines, Guam and the Hawaiian Islands were visited before the Henderson docked at San Francisco. At San Francisco Secretary Denby disembarked and returned to the East Coast by rail. Holsten and the other Marines remained on the Henderson,, returning to Hampton Roads via the Panama Canal and arriving here re cently after an absence of over four months. Young Holsten is a son of Mrs. An na Holsten of Pennock. He joined the Marines at Kansas City, Mo., last December, and was especially select ed to accompany the Secretary and the class of 1881 to the Orient. DIST. MEETING Rebekahs of District to Convene Here on Friday, ftanquet at Six o'Clock The Hopeful Lodge Degree of Re bekahs No. 146 will be host to the District Convention which_ will be held in the city and at the Odd"Fel lows Hall on Friday afternoon and evening of this week. Delegates are expected from the four cities of the District, 12 from Benson, 2 from Mor ris, 25 from Litchfield and practically the entire membership of the Hopeful Lodge in this city. The afternoon session will open at three o'clock at the Odd Fellows Hall. A program will be given and business session held. The present officers of the district are: Pres., Mrs. Lena Nel son, Willmar V: P., Bertha Johnson, Willmar, and Secretary, Mrs. Fern Bjornberg, Willmar. In the evening the degree work will be put on by the Past Noble Grand Degree team. There are sixteen in the team. Minnie Lundquist is the Noble Grand. A banquet will be held at 6:30 in the evening at the Odd Fellows Hall. Members and visitors will be seated at a sumptous menu. The charge is fifty cents. BREAKS LEG Frank Rodney had the misfortune of breaking his leg last Thursday ev while visiting at DeGraff. In some way he slipped on the sidewalk and on arising, found that he could not stand on the foot. He was brot in to the Willmar Clinic where x-rays disclosed the fracture. Dr. Frost set the bones back In place and applied a cast. Mr. Rodney will be on crut ches for several weeks. BURNS HAND Emil Wahlstrand, an employee at tht power house, scalded his hands and arms very badly while attending to his duties. He was taken to the Willmar Clinic where tfie burns were dressed and the pains relieved, which are incident to such an accident. RAISED $6u.uu The program and social held at the Fahlun, Baptist'church last Thursday evening was an unusual success., The church was filled to capacity. All the proceeds went to the Rus sian Relief cause, and amounted to about sixty dollars. MOVED TO LITCHFIELD Mr. and Mrs. Chester S. Nelson and family of Willmar, who recently pur chased the Wm. Baden residence, ar rived'in our city Thursday and are now in their new house—Litchfield Independent. 75TH BIRTHDAY Mrs. John Swenson at 208 Trott av was surprised by a number of lady friends from Svea and Lake Lillian last Wednesday afternoon, the occa sion being her 75th birthday. The visitors brot lunch and left a" flowering plant as a reminder of the occasion. A AiUBF'^'^BB*'-, t^A^^A'"' 4lV ^'^B^^*^-^^C^SSSHis^n^n^HHHfii^SSS^ OPENS TERM WITH GOOD ENROLLMENT Lutheran Bible School Opened on Tuesday with Enrollment of 22 Students With the present enrollment num bering twenty-two students the facul fthe Lutheran Bible school in the city is predicting a full attendance during tne year of over forty students. That number have registered or ex-husiness pressed their intention, of enrolling for the courses offered. As there are three terms, fall, winter and spring, and each of them complete in itself, students may come during ahy of these terms and enroll. Following the Christmas holidays a large number of students are expected to arrive. The Lutheran Bible School, located on Nelson avenue, opened its doors for its grfcond year's work last Tues day. Twenty-two students enrolled and class^ work began the following day. The faculty is composed of Dean M. C. Dixen, Prof. B. P. Farness and Miss Ida Jackson of Minneapolis. Rev. E. E. Gynild of Eagle Lake will also assist in the instruction work. At least 25 new students are ex pected to enroll this year. Of the 22 now here about half of the number are second year students. Classes are held in the morning from 8 30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. Bible instruction both for personal educa tion and for the training of Sunday School and Chirstian Summer School teachers is the aim of the School and its faculty. A new class-room has been remod elled and put into excellent condi tion. The steam boiler which was not used last term has been repaired and the rooms will be heated properly dur ing the winter. Prof. B. P. Farness during the sum mer months had charge of the solici tation of new students and financial donations to the institution. His suc cess was better than the time would allow one to expect. Elder Evenson, Grove City, Minn. 6. J. Falk, Atwater, Minn. Jgset Hexum,= Hendricks* Minn....., Lydia Gilbertson, Spicer, Minn. C. Stockvig, Spicer, Minn. Bessie Foss, Hallock, Minn. Clara Hegreberg, Hallock, Minn.* Lillian Nordin, Bird Island, Minn. Rose Nordin, Bird Island, Minn. Etta Folkestad, Thompson, la. Rachel Falkestad, Thompson, la. Annette Holland,, Thompson, la. Alice Hanson, Hawick, Minn. Arthur Molvik, Finley, N. D. Elmer Norum, Hallock, Minn. Lydia Christensen, Doran, Minn, Huldah Swenson, Battle Lake, Minn. Elias O. Wik, Webster, S. D. G. Bjaaland, Climax, Minn. Mrs. G. Bjaaland, Climax, Minn. Josie Evenson, Colfax, Wis.. Edward Kallevig, Willmar, Minn. Clara Nash, Willmar, Minn. MUST GET LICENSES Trappers and Hunters of Squirrels Must Secure Licenses in County Trappers and hunters of the fox,-mass gray and black squirrels in»the state are reminded of that the State Game and Fish laws require that a person must take out a license in order to take these animals. This fact is not generally known and the Game Ward ens have been ordered to keep vigi lant watch on offenders. Application blanks may be had at the County Auditors office where trap pers and hunters of squirrels may take out their licenses. Trappers and hunters of squirrels are cautioned that every* effort will be made in the matter of licenses to have the law enforcd to the letter. Game Warden Ernest Olson receiv ed the above information from Harry L. LaDue, Assistant Commissioner. FAILED TO APPEAR William McKenzie was arrested by Chief of Police Westgard on Friday, Oct. 27th, and was put in jail. He was released on $20 bail. Mr. Mc-keen Kenzie who is employed at the round house was charged with drunkenness on, the public streets of Willmar. He was to appear in Municipal Conrt on Saturday morning before Judge' Mul-' ler but as he failed to show up his bail was forfeited. ST. LUKE'S tADIES GUILD The. Ladies- Gu£jld of ££. Luke's church will meet with Mrs. Grace and Mrs.- R. Baker at the home of Mrs. (Baker, 516 Kandiyohi ave., on Friday, Nov. 3rd, at 2:30. •,.. -, ALTRURIANS MEET Mrs. H. W. Rost, .Mrs. C. J. Goff and Mrs.. M. L. Gaetz will' entertain the Altrurians Monday evening, Noy. littfr, atthe^ church basement, •J^ -»•«-^^t^-z^St,^.* r, WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, NOyEMBER 1, 1 9 2 2 WILLMAR MAN WILL LOCATE IN MAPLET0N E. A. Erickson to Open a Soft Drink Parlor in Mapletbn in Near Future E. A. Erickson, tne proprietor of the Soft Drink Parlor, closed his place of business last weeks and he will open a similar establishment in Mapleton, which is located in Blue Earth county. Mr. Erickson will move his fixtures to his new location the last of the week and he expects to be ready for in Mapleton the first part of November. Mr. Erickson's assistant, Mr. Arthur M. Nelson, will also ac company him to Mapleton to assist him with the duties at that place. Fpr three years Mr. Erickson has been, the proprietor of the Soft Drink Parlor during which time he has made many friends in Willmar and they are sorry to see him le&ve. Ernest Person will occupy the build ing vacated by Mr Erickson and hefluent will be in his newf:place of business the first part of November. TWO CARS COLLIDE Chandler and Ford Cars Meet on Corner. Both! Cars Sustain Damages Two automobiles collided at the corner of Litchfield*! avenue and First Street Sunday .evening at seven o'clock and resulted in bent fenders and hood damages to both of the ma» chines. The Chandler was driven by A. L. Smith and the Ford car driven by John A. Johnson figured in the crash. Johnson who had" two other occupants in,the Ford car was driving West on Litchfield and,was turning to go south on First. Smith was driving East on Litchfield and had three occupants in 'the car. The hood of the Ford car was quite badly battered and the fenders on both autos suffered. The Ford car wasthey pushed some 15 feet by the Chandler. None of the odcupants sustained any injuries whatever. CATHOLIC CHURCH TO BE DEDICATED New Edifice to be Dedicated on Thursday, November Ninth The new St. Mary's Catholic church will be dedicated on Thursday, Nov. 9th, with appropriate services. The dedicatory services will be giv en by His Grace Most Revl Archbiskop Austin J. Dowling. Solemn high mass will be sung by Rev. J. A. Hannon. Rev. John Malloyof Sheildsborg will act as deacon, and Rev. Cornelius McDevitt of Marysburg will be sub deacon. Rev. M. M. Ryan of Darwin will be the master of ceremonies. Rev. J. P. Boland of Litchfield and Jermiah O'Calaghan of Eden Valley will act as deacons of honor. His Grace, the Archbiship, will preside from the throne. The choir will be under the direc tion of Mrs. William Jolly. Conone's in will be sung. There will also be a number of soloists. The Archbishop will preach the de-Miss dicatory sermon. After the services a dinner will be served in the new church hall by the ladies of the parish. The dinner will be served at 12 o'clock sharp. All are invited to attend the services and the dinner. WILLMAR HIGH TO MEET LITCHFIELD ON FRIDAY Old Rivalry Between Litchfield and Willmar Will Again Be Aroused The old rivalry between Litchfield and Willmar will again be kindled when the heavy aggregation from that city comes to Willmar to settle old scores with Coach McCIaflin's men. For many years there has always been rivalry between the two schools in both football and basketball and the game on Friday afternoon will be a good one. The game is called for three o'clock at the ball park., GAVE JUDGMENT The case of the Farmers State Bank of Raymond versus P. M., Peterson was heard in Municipal Court this morning. Judgment favored- the Far mers State.bank. The case involved several horses. A.*•£* WILL GIVE PLAY IN NOVEMBER "The Little Teacher" is the title of the play, that will be given fby^ the Normal Training class in the High School gymnasium sometime in Nov ember. .There will be about fifteen V4/ AAA^f^^^E^^^wJO^Il^W TIWTT WATOIDATI? SLB I -. -rf-ir1*^-, V*$&2&*& ^characters in the cas4*~W»V^^r the Republican £arty late record, YOUNGDAETO SPEAK ON FRIDAY Former Anti-Saloon League Fighter To Explain Wet and Dry Question Emil S. Youngdahl of Minneapolis, former Minnesota Anti-Saloon League fighter and who has left that organiza tion due to its being linked with the old guard political machine, will speak at Willmar on Friday afternoon at three o'clock at the courthouse. Mr. Youngdahl is well known in Will mar. He has spoken in most of the churches of Willmar when he was flghtipg his best to drive the saloon and intemperance from the state. His efforts in behalf of this cause is well known. '•••-. W members are especially "urged to hear Mr. Youngdahl. He is a speaker and one who has follow ed the prohibition cause so closely that the light he will throw on the Kvale-Volstead race will be worthy of everyone's presence. Mr. Youngdahl will first speak at Spicer at one o'clock, then motor to Willmar and speak here at 3 o'clock and in the, evening he will be heard at Roselsfnd. On Saturday in the afternoon at one o'clock he speaks at Sunburg, at three o'clock at Norway Lake and eight o'clock an Atwater audience will hear him. HIKERS ARRIVED Hikers Four Reach Los Angeles, Cal., After Leaving Willmar Oct. 2nd The Hikers Four who left Willmar on October 2nd for Los Angeles via the public highway on foot and riding thru the courtesy of travelers where had the opportunity, have arriv ed at Los Angeles, according to word received yesterday by Mr. Andrew Thyden, father of three of 'the young party of globe trotters 'The four^young peoples-were. Raghar, Nora and Ger trude Thyden-and Mildred Benedict. The^lefif O mined to hike to Los Angeles. It was oaly natural that they accepted "lifts" on the route when considerate motor ists helped them along a few miles now and then. They arrived at Los Angeles on Oct. 25th, and thus made the 30O0 miles journey in 23 days. The hikers will remain in Los Angeles for a time and then return. WILLMAR MAN RESISTS. ATTACK OF BANDIT C. A. Hardy of This City "Crowns" Would-be Bandit When Held Up Wednesday Evening An amateur bandit, although armed with a bright and silvery revolver, off second best in an encounter Wednesday evening with C. A. Hardy of Wlllniar, Minn., who was escorting Miss Peggy Miller to her home at 729 Fourteenth Street E. The pair were wa'king on Fifth avenue S., near Fourth street, when the desperado waved his toy weapon in their faces and shrilled his demand for money Rev.came Miller screamed and her escort, Hardy by name, and hardy by nature, gave battle and "crowned" the .near bandit, who took to his heels.—Minne apolis Daily Star. BETHEL S The Bethel Young Peoples Society will hold their November meeting on next Wednesday evening at eight o'clock. The following program will be rendered after which refreshments will be served. Piano duet, Esther and Ingeborg Olson. Recitation, Esther Peterson^. Song, Second grade pupils. Recitation, Agnes Elkjer. Vocal solo, Edward E. Olson. Recitation, Pearl Benson. Piano solo, Nettie Peterson. Vocal solo, Miss Penrose. ^, Talk, Rev. McCullough. ST. MARY'S BAZAAR The ladies of St. Mary's church wilt hold a bazaar in the basement of ,their new church Nov. 18th, afternoon and evening. Fancy work, aprons^ for Christmas presents will be had. Lunch wiirbe served afternoon and evening. Entertainment in the evening.' REPUBLICAN RALLY,/ Congressman Frank Claque Red wood Falls, representing the Second District in Congress, will be the' lead ing figure in the Republican Rally to be held next Monday evening at the Opera House at eight o'clock There will be other speakers. .Citizens Of all political creeds^are invited to hear 'Congressman Claque in his Offense of 4 •/,* *m 1^^^^™^fc^#^&\^<v *2SC v\,- HUNDREDS WATCH THE HORSESHOE TOURNAMENT Pennock Men Again Take Leading Honors With Willmar In Sec ond Place V* The third horseshoe tournament in the county was played last Sunday af ternoon at Pennock and resulted in a Pennock team walking away with the major honors and two Willmar teams capturing the second and fourth of the four prizes offered. The winners were: Carl Evenson and Ed Nelson, of Pen nock, First Prize. Melvin Berglund and Bert Larson of Pennock, Third Prize. Victor Bergauist and Ernest Nelson of Willmar, Second Prize. A. O. Nordstrom and Albin Wahl strand of Willmar, Fourth Prize. A .prize had been agreed upon for the player-who threw the most ring ers in a game of fifty points but some confusion in scoring caused this to be ruled out. Sixteen teams began to play in the tournament and all were eliminated but two teams which played for theand first and second prizes. The Pen nock team finally won over the Will mar paih The games were played on eight courts. The game between Nordstrom and Wahlstrand an,d Evenson and Nelson was the most sensational. The final score was W to 47. The rooters made all the" pandemonium of a football game crowd. Ringer after ringer was made and the scoring ended with Willmar but three points in the rear. CHAMPIONSHIP GAME NHTSUIffiiY Unofficial State Championship Game to be Played in Willmar on Sunday The Redwood" Falls} Independent football team will meet the Willmar Independents! et the local ball park on SundayY^Nov 6th, in a game thai can be recognized as the unofficial state championship game. Both teams have had their goal line crossed but once, this occuring in the Redwood Falls-Willmar game at Red wood Falls when the two teams were tied at the end of the game, the score being to 6. Redwood Falls has played five games this season against the following teams: Redwood Falls 6, Willmar 6. Redwood Falls S, Mpls. Oaks 0. Redwood Falls 62, Olivia 0. Redwood Falls 25, Luverne 0.s Redwood Falls 39, Glencoe Willmar has played five games. A tie game with Redwood Falls. Defeat ed Benson here 19 to 0 and Benson at Benson 13 to 0. Willmar upset the strong Madson team by a score of 19 to 01 and also beat Olivia on Sunday 27 to 0. Willmar has had a two weeks lay off and all the men are in first class condition. The fans of the city will have a chance to see one of the best games in the state on Sunday and they may have a chance to see Coach Arch ie Carlson in action. WIL SPEAK AT* BROOTEN The Sons of Norway of Rrocten will give a free entertainment at Brooten on Friday evening, Nov. 3rd. Several reels of comical movies will be shown. Annar Myhre, a Norwegian humorist of .Minneapolis, will entertain the au dience. Judge T. O. Gilbert of this city who is president of the Sons of Norway, will deliver the address of the evening. UP FOR ASSAULT Waldo Day of Raymond appeared before Judge Muller in Municipal court this morning to face the charge of assault. He is charged with hav ing assaulted a Raymond woman on Oct. 30th. Day pleaded not guilty and trial was set for Thursday, ,Nov. 9. CIVIC CLUB The regular meeting of the Civic Club, will be held at the library on Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 7. A patriotic armistice day program will be given. Everyone present please be prepared to give a historical or interesting item concerning our national life. Every body welcome. PURCHASED FARM Mr. and Mrs. 'Anton Reed returned Saturday from a two weeks business trip to Aitkin where thew motored by. ear. Here Mr. Reed purchased a farm and expects to make his home there in the spring.' ix* &«% r-/^ r.'5.*?i Paper stops on expiration. ^Henew promptly to keep paiwr »mi PRICE PER COPY, 5 CENTS NUMBER 4 4 ESCAPE DEATH Mrs. C. H. Lonstead Snffers Serums Internal Injuries In Acci dent Mr. and Mrs. Lunstead were return ing to Willmar Sunday evening in their Overland car accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. K. Samuelson and Mrs. L. J. Pierce and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Lunstead occupied the front seat of the car. While driving on the road near the Thorpe Schoolhouse they saw ap proaching them at high rate of speed with glaring white lights a large car. The driver was on the left side of the road and driving at a rate jud ged by other cars whom he passed at fifty miles an hour. Mr. Lunstead who was driving was forced t% the extreme right side of the road. Blinded by the sharp lights he drove to the edge of the road and suddenly discovered a five foot em bankment. The Overland turned ov er completely with its occupants un derneath. Cars which were following behind witnessed the accident and arrived to aid those in the Overland* The four occupants in the rear seat were able to extricate themselves due to the rear doors having broken off .giving them space thru which to crawl out. Mr. and Mrs- Lunstead however were pinned under the front part of the car. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Johnson Find Minnesota "Beit After AH" ^#S rtwa j&ff&ae?^ •j Death might have cast its shadow over the community in the automobile accident which occurred last Sunday evening at seven o'clock near ,the Thorpe Schoolhouse. Mrs. C. H. Lunstead of Willmar sustained ve*y serious internal injuries recovery from which for a time was held in doubt. Minor injuries were suffered by other persons who figured in the accident. With the aid of others arriving, the Overland car was lifted and Mr. and Mrs. Lunstead released. The* occupants were taken to Will mar. Here Mrs. Lunstead was found to have suffered the fracture of three ribs andyajsp, other inUrnal injuriea. Mr. Lunstead suffered" minor tfruises. Mrs. Pierce and daughter fortunate ly escaped without any injuries while Mrs. Samuelson sustained'some injur ies. RETURNED FROM CALIFORNIA Mr. and Mrs. Jens' Johnson arrived Monday from Sacremento, CaL, to make their home in our community again. They have returned to Min nesota and Willmar after an absence of about 18 months. They explained their return to live in Minnesota due to the weather conditions here. They maintained that Minnesota after all is a state which is difficult to match in the union. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson left Willmar in May 1921 and visited for several months with relatives at Seattle Wash. They were guests at the home of his brother, Christ Johnson. They then went south to Sacremen to, Cal., where they purchased a home and a small parcel of land. Here they made their home until they decided to sell their property' tnd retarn to Minnesota. •, ,-, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are now vis iting at Grove City but will live at Willmar when a suitable place can be found. MOVING EQUIPMENT The Willmar Construction Company lias completed their work on the coun ty, road north of Sunburg where they have been at work during the sum mer months. On Thursday and Friday they moved their train of .equipment south to Thorpe and Cosmos where they will do grading on the Luce line right of way. '. -J TO GET FOOTBALL RETURNS A radio outfit will be installed at 'the Carlson Bros. Drug Store on Sat urday in order that the returns from the Wisconsin-Minnesota game may be heard. A bulletin board will be placed in the window which will «how the progress of the game, play by play. —Mrs. Jennings Otis left on Thurs- -willhold their annual ch^aken pie sap day afternoon for sf visit with friends per on November 17th£iTth*:Masonic in. Minneapolis. ^Sne will also visit- *"y" at Richmond before returning home./ *p 's£*~' *, r' v.~? GOLDEN W€DDINQ AT CLINTON Mrs. Andrew O^roni and 'Mrs. Axet Johnson attended the golden wedding of Mr. and MM. C.^J. Anderson at Clinton, Minn., Oct. 28. There were 100 guests present, including children, grand children and other relatives and it proved a delighful occasion for all" present, ,'- CHICKEN PIE iUPPER The Ladies Aid of the M-E. church ed later.^ v.. U'V* i\*r£\ %«t4 ff$ J* 'i «I?^:^,M?u^ki$ »-,, ST"- *fri' 4H" '.-g^^'rV* vV%'j if- :\P 1* 1 HT l' ,-Jf. 'if! lips & u* £t »„. •*•»*.