Tacy`s Saddle Shop Plans Grand Opening

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Tacy`s Saddle Shop Plans Grand Opening
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85lh Year, Number 24
Watervliet, Michigan 49098, Berrien County, Thursday, August 8, 1968
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CREATE AN ARTISTIC
DESIGN FOR AUGUST
•117 FLOWER SHOW
KENNETH WENOZEL
WINS DISTRICT 16
SUPERVISORS POST
; The Watervliet Civic Garden
Club announces Its artistic section for the forthcoming Flower
Show to be held from 2:00 p.m.
till 8:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 17 at the South Elemen*
taiy School on Lucinda Lane in
iWatervliet.
This year's theme, "Thru the
Garden Gate" should inspire
many Interesting arrangements
in Section E of the artistic design section. Class 44 "At the
Break of Day" will be an arrangement using one or more
birds.
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Class 45 "Down the Garden
Path" is for novices, or those
who have never won a blue rib«
bon. Class 46 "Fresh as the
Worning" will use blue and
green flowers. Class 47 "Meditation in the Garden" uses a
religious accessory.
Class 48 "A Rose is a Rose is
a Rose" will be done with all
roses. Class 49 uses a shallow
container showing water and is
Called "Reflections in the Pool."
Class 10 will be in shades of
pinks to purples and is called
"Some Enchanted Evening."
Class 51 will be a vertical ar«
called "Wishing on
a Star". Class 52, "Midnight
Magic," will use either white
or yellow flowers and this class
has many interesting possibilities. I n fact, none of the classes
are too restricted as to container or flowers, which seems
to give the imagination full
reign. Foliage, stands, backgrounds and accessories are permitted.
Dried arrangements will have
special consideration this year
ivith three classes from which
to work. One consists of pressed
flowers framed under glass in a
picture frame. This one is
''From an Old Fashioned Garden." A "Basket of Memories"
ivill feature dried or treated
materials. The third dried class
could be a show stopper as it
Is called "Garden Pranks" and
jwiil be an abstract arrangement.
There are two sections on table settings which are always
Very popular with the public.
iThe first one is "Supper Under
(the Stars" which will be a
cook-out or picnic for 4. The
lecond one is invitational to our
Neighboring Garden Clubs and
iivill be their interpretations of
"Tea on the Terrace."
Pre-registration is. Invited and
Information regarding any as*
of the show can be obtain*
)y calling 463-3494 or 463*
The voters in the City of
Watervliet followed the county
voting trend but gave Richard
Woodruff the majority of their
voles for county supervisor.
Kenneth Wendzel was elected
county supervisor for this area
which is District 16, receiving
a large vote in Bainbridge and
Watervliet townships.
In the city Woodruff received
97. Wendzel 35 and Robert
Flaherty 57.
Other results In the City election are as follows:
For
Sheriff
(Republican)
Forrest L. Jewell, 98; Victor H.
Yost, Jr., 44; Henry Griese, 36;
and Edward Merrill, 18. (Democrat) Edward F. Smitchger,
33.
For Register of Deeds (Republican) Judith E. Litke, 105;
Mildred Selfridge, 51; and Margaret Kosick, 29; (Democrat)
Maureen Kilgore, 32.
For County Treasurer (Republican) Carol Stockman, 68;
Wm. C. Heyn, 46; Leo Price,
36; and Edward L. Murdock,
30; (Democrat) Robert W.
Fecho, 28.
In the General Election for a
Representative in the State Legislature (Republican) Ray C.
Mittan, 179; and Ervin R. Appelget, 46 to fill vacancy. (Republican) Ray C. Mittan, 141 j
Arthur C. Betz, 26; and (Democrat) Ervin R. Appleget, 30.
All three amended proposals
passed.
In the county the following
candidates worn Sheriff, Forrest L. Jewell; Register of
Deeds, Judith E. Litke; County
Treasurer, Wm. C. Heyn; General Election to fill vacancy,
Ray C. Mittan; and General
Election, Ray C. Mittan.
Township figures were not
readily available. They will be
published next week.
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TACY'S HORSE BARN AT THEIR HYH0PES ARABIAN FARM—Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Tacy built this 70 x 104 foot bam
with the idea of boarding a few horses.
They now do everything that has anything
to do with horses and this weekend are
holding the grand opening of their "Tack"
Shop. The new saddle shop is attached to
the house, includes clothing and equipment
to completely outfit the rider and his
horse, and offers the largest selection of
western clothing in southwest Michigan.
The Farm and Saddle Shop is located 4
miles south of 1-94 (at the Watervliet
Interchange) on M-140. The first 25 visitors each day Saturday and Sunday will
receive a free gift.
—Watervliet Record Photo
Tacy's Saddle Shop Plans Grand Opening
Tacys Saddle Shop will hold
its grand opening this Saturday
and Sunday at their Hy-Hopes
Arabian Farm on M-140, 4 miles
south of the 1-94 interchange.
When Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tacy
started building their farm,
the thought it'd be fun to board
a couple of horses. In no time at
all this grew from boarding just
a couple to several, soon they
were training horses, later giving riding lessons, then offering
stud service, and now have
opened a saddle shop with the
biggest selection of clothing and
equipment i n Southwestern
Michigan.
The saddle shop includes
products by Famam, Nocona,
Acme, Texas Togs, Ranch Wear,
Prior and Wrangler clothes and
equipment from Bona Allen,
Simco, Big Horn and Southern
Saddlery. English wear and
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equipment !s expected In soon.
During the grand opening this
weekend free gifts will be given
to the first 25 people each day.
(Limit one per family.) The
grand opening will be held from
9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
The pride and joy of the HyHopes Arabian Farm is their
purebred Arabian stallio, Zanbistia. The stallion was trained
by the nationally recognized
horse trainer and showman,
Maxine Lewis from Indiana,
who has had four of the top ten
Arabians in the U.S. Mrs. Tacy
also studied under Maxine Lewis. The Tacys started with half
Arabs and have three state
champions at the farm—Yankee
Doodle, a registered quarter
horse; Louie, half Arab and
Tami, also a half Arab. Louie
whose nickname is Rusty belongs to the Tacy's seventeen-
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Tfie'Watcrvliet summer topical fluoride program will be held
^it the South Elementary School
from August 9 to August 22, according to Mrs. Raymond Camp
Chairman of the P.T.A.'s topical
iluoride committee. The Committee sponsors the program in
operation with the Berrien
[ e a l t h Department and the
lichigan Department of Public
lealth.
! If a n y o n e would like to
Change their appointment or actauire an appointment please call
463-5252.
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KEITH BAIN BUYS
PURE OIL STATION
The Cloverleaf Pure Oil station that opened in 1958 and
has been run by Robert Curtis
since that time, has a new owner, Keith Bain.
The station will now be called
Bains Cloverleaf Pure Oil station and will assume the same
type of delivery as Pure Oil had
and will have the same good
service plus S&H green stamps.
For the past five years Mr.
Bain worked for Citgo Home
Heating, had rural farm gas deIj^ery and was a home heating
distributor.
Mr. Bain has lived here all
his life and presently resides at
349 Paw Paw Avenue with his
wife and two children.
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f l o o n d e Program Is Set
School, Aug. 9-22
year old son, Steve. Steve would
have Rusty in the house if he
could, as he feels Rusty is more
"people" than horse. Tami is
Jean's horse.
Mrs. Tacy, better known as
Jean, probably feels almost as
strongly as Steve, except that
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WIN BICYCLE AND CAMERA—Mrs. Art Gillard was the
winner of the bicycle and Scott Kucinsky of Coloma won
the Polaroid Swinger camera in a drawing sponsored by
Mecca. The local woman's club held its drawing Saturday
night. Also pictured are Mrs, Don Young and Mrs. Judd
DeYoung, chairman and co-chairman of the Mecca project.
Gamble owner Fritz Conrad poses with the group inside
the Gambles store where the bicycle was purchased.
Scout Drum & Eagle Corp
To March In 'Glad' Parade
The Watervliet Boy S c o u t
Drum and Bugle Corps will be
marching in the Coloma Gladiolus Festival Parade August 10
and the Berrien Springs Youth
Fair, August 13.
Uniform inspection will be
August 8, 7 p.m. North Element
tary school for all scouts marching in the August 10 and 13 parades.
For the Gladiolus Festival
scouts will meet at the Otto
Helweg home at 6 p.m., August
10. For the Youth Fair opening
and arena parade scouts will
meet at the Otto Helweg home
August 13, 11 a.m. Bring sack
lunch.
DAWN PHIIIOl TO BE
m SUNDAY MORN
Watervliefir 10th a n n u a l
Dawn Patrol will be held on
beautiful Paw Paw Lake in
Watervliet, Sunday, August 11.
There will be a fly-in breakfast from 5 to 10 a.m. sponsored
by the Watervliet Lions Club
and a chicken barbeque from 11
a.m. to 2 p.m.
The program for the day will
include a feature attraction.
Bob Carter, The Flying Cowboy .
with an airbatic show.
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Assorted prizes will be awarded to spectators and pilots present. Trophies will be given for
the oldest pilot with valid medical, youngest pilot, oldest plane,first cross-country arrival and
plane flying farthest distance.
Also on the agenda will be
airplane and helicopter rides
and a crop dusting demonstration and an antique and home
built airplane display.
Lets help make this the best
Dawn Patrol ever seen in Watervliet. Take your friends and
family out to the airport and
enjoy the food, rides and displays.
The event Is sponsored by th^
Watervliet Airport Board and
Civil Air Patrol Sad. No. 639-4,
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The Watenriei Record, W a t t H i c t , Mickifan, Tknrsdajr, Angist 8 , 1 9 ( 8
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I I TEARS AGO
July SI, l f 5 8
Wayne Lai-sen of Watervliet,
and cousins, the Misses Martha
Sue and Linda Sturm of Evamville, Indiana, who are houseguests of the Larsens; Virgil
Smith, of Hartford; Bruce and
David Emerson, Roger Spencer,
Vivian Hanks, all of Watervliet
and Sharon Reeves and Janet
Tacy, of Coloma, took the five
o'clock steamer Sunday morning from Muskegon, for the allday cruise across Lake Michigan
HENRT CHAMBEUJUN
LODGE, NO. 808 F. A A. M.
Watervliet, Michigan
Regular Meetings - 2nd Wed.
each Month
SPECIALS —
BT SPECIAL NOTICES
Signed, Robert BeneCeld, W. M.
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to Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Worship Services were attended on
shipboard, with a one-hour stopover in Milwaukee. The group
returned home late Sunday evening.
"Mike" Russell, who has been
associated with Preston Sanders
for the past five years, has
opened his own Body Shop on
North Main Street, in the rear
of Nelson Auto Parts. Mr. Russell is married and the father
of two children, the family residing at 159 Johnson Road. He
came to Watervliet in 1946.
"Mike* as his friends know him,
Is experienced in his line and
all who know him wish him
well in his new enterprise.
The annual Fietz reunion was
held Sunday, July 27, at the
Henry Wittmaier home cm Napier Avenue. Co-hosts with Mr.
and Mrs. Wittmaier were Mr.
and Mrs. Adolph Fietz of Watervliet. A pot luck dinner was
served to the 45 members attending the affair. Prizes were
won by: Arthur Fietz of Sister
Lakes, Larry Hewitt of Dowagiac and Jimmie Butzhach of
Coloma. Mrs. Augusta Zepik of
Hartford was the oldest member present and Steves Shepler,
con of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Shepler, Watervliet was the
youngest Mrs. LeRoy Jariz of
Riverside was elected secretary
of the group. Next year, the reunion will be in charge of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Zepik and Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Mantal of
Watervliet.
After a rather brief vacation
at Forest Beach on Paw Paw
Lake, the A.G. Mackey's have
returned to Chicago.
Bob Curtis is e n j o y i n g a
week's vacation before assuming his new duties as manager
of his new gasoline s t a t i o n
which he formerly operated for
Bridges Garage.
Lester Mundt, Manager of the
WatervKet Y a r d s of Beverly
Lumber C o m p a n y , and his
brother-in-law, John C r u m b ,
spent three days of his week's
vacation fishing in and near
Wolf Lake.
Mrs. F. W. Brawn returned
to Lansing Wednesday evening
with her son. Dr. Fred Brown.
Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
COLONEL
BANKMORE
SAYS...
THE BEST THING VOU CAN
SPEND ON CHILDREN IS
"ME-NOT
MONEY
WATERVLIET
RECORD
Gordo* E. BanasBc, PaUfeber
Carol i . Banarik, Editor
$3.00 a year in Advance
for Berrien and Van Bur en
Counties.
$3.50 Elsewhere.
Dial IN f-SMI
Watervliet, AUcMffM
49098
Thursday, August 8, 1968
Second Ciass Postage Paid At
Watervliet, Michigan
49008
Wagner, of Bryan, Ohio joined
her in Ijaasmg and all proceed*
ed north for a week's vacation.
They plan to use the new
bridge going on to Copper Harbor. Upon their return, they
will spend the balance of the
week at Hubbard Lake.
2 5 TEARS ACQ
J«ly M, IMS
George B. Ferguson, son of
Mr. and Mrs. George K. Ferguson, has just been promoted to
a full fledged captain by the
United Air Lines with whom
he is employed. Captain Ferguson at present is assigned to
the Clucago-New York run. His
many friends in Watervliet will
be glad to learn of the success
which has crowned his efforts
in the commercial air line field.
Orin Nicholas, member of the
SeaBees, returned to his base
at Camp Endicott, Davisviile,
Rhode Island, last Friday after
a ten-day furlough in Watervliet. He arrived home July 14th
by plane via South Bend and returned Friday by plane via Chicago. He was accompanied, to
Chicago by his wife, Mrs. Jane
Nicholas, Mrs. Frank Whitney,
Mrs. Robert Whitney and Mrs.
Leo Davis. He expected to leave
on Thursday of this week for
the west coast.
Staff Sergeant Durand Kibler
has been transferred from Camp
Blanding, F l o r i d a , to Canip
Stoneman, California.
Richard Harper, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Marvin Harper, is one
of the first veterans of the
North African campaign to arrive home In Watervliet. Dick
sustained a fractured right leg
in a practice parachute .lump in
North Africa and was returned
to the states for hospitalizatioh.
With his leg in a heavy cast he
was permitted to return home
from the Percy Jones hospital
in Battle Creek last Monday.
Dick hopes to be returned to
active service at an early date
but says it will be six monthi
before he Is permitted to perform as a paratrooper.
Pfc. Walter H. Fietz, ward"
master at Borden General Hospital, Chickasha, Oklahoma, en*
joyed a 15-day furlough with hie
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry.
Fietz of Watervliet.
Alex Zimay of Chicago is vacationing for two weeks with
his family at the Zimay summer
home.
Bobby, the small son of Mrs.
Irene Phillips, was g u e s t of
honor last Saturday when eight
of his little playmates, came to
help him celebrate his eighth
birthday. A Rrge cake with
candles served as the central
table decoration for the "birthday party" in the way of ice
cream and cake which was served the young guests. Bobby was
the recipient of many nice gifts.
COOLED BT CARRIER
RmiGERATION
HEART THEATRE
HARTFORD
OONMNUOCJS SHOW FROM
8 P.M. SAT. A SFN. FIRST
SHOW MON. & FRI. AT 7
P.M. WED. * THTR. AT «:3«
P.M. CLOSED TUESDAYS
WED. Si THUR. AUG. 7 • 8
MUXCOLES Y JUEVES
COUNTY YOUTH FAIR
TO OPEN MONOAY
AT BERRIEN SPRINGS
Next Monday, August 12th, la
entry day for the Berrien County Youth Fair at Berrien
Springs. On this day a record
number of exhibits is expected
to be entered by the youth of
the county.
This year the annual king and
queen contest and the Apple
queen contest will be held on
Monday night. Providing additional entertainment Monday
evening at the grandstand will
be a band concert and the Berrien Highriders mounted drill
team.
There will be no admission
charged Monday either to the
fairgrounds or for the grandstand entertainment. The program will start at 6:30 p.m.
with the band concert.
Th® youth fair will officially
open on Tuesday, August 13th.
Tuesday will be "School Day"
with all school children admitted to the grounds free, and reduced prices on the big midway
in effect until 5:00 p.m. Judging of all classes will start at
8:00 a.m, Tuesday morning.
The "Continental Circus" will
be the featured grandstand i t traction Tuesday, with two performances Pi 3:00 p.m. In the
afternoon rjid at 8:00 p.m, at
night.
Wednesday night's grand-
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HOSPITAL NOTES
ADMITTANCES
WATERVLIET — Mrs. Forest Boyer, Mrs. Helen Paciga,
Annette Hller, Daniel Hutchins,
Gerald Perkaus and Mrs. Joseph Lottrldge.
"ACAPUtQDENA
EN COLORES
Con Maria Antoiueta" Pons,
Capetillo, Piporro, Chi cote
Mantequilla, Pulido Y
Chino Heitera
FRI. * SAT.
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Dial IN 8-8481 Watervliet
New Hours: Dally 7:80 to 6:80
Sat. 7:30 to 5:00
TIME is to speed oe chNdree,
stand aitractlbn will be an outstanding "Country and Western
Show" starring Faron Young.
He will have an all-star supporting cast including Carl and
Pearl Butler. There will be two
shows at 7:00 and at 9:00 p.m.
One of the big entertainment
hits of last year's fair, returns
Thursday night as the grandstand show, Joe Passini's
Championship Rodeo. This rodeo Is sanctioned by the Rodeo
Cowboy Association and will appear twice Thursday night at
6:30 and at 9:00 p.m.
The grandstand production,
"Shower of Stars" will be seen
Friday and Saturday nights.
The two shows each night will
feature Homer & Jethro, returning by popular demand, and
singing star Marilyn Maye.
These headliners will be supported by five of the finest comedy and variety acts in the
country.
The annual auction of livestock by the youth exhibitors
will be held Friday afternoon
starting at 1:00 p.m. in front of
the grandstand. This year the
entire auction will be held at
the grandstand.
The annual horse shows will
be presented on Saturday and
Sunday afternoons, August 17th
and 18th. Advance entries Indicate another two days of outstanding horse shows.
This will be the 23rd annual
Berrien County Youth Fair.
Falrgoers can expect to see
mens exhibits than ever, an enlargti midway area with more
rides and concessions, the finest
grandstand »ttr;.ctIon3 ever presented at the fair and a week
of wonderful excitement and entertainment for all ages.
COLOMA — Walter Scott,
Mrs. Samuel Niblett, Donald
Clements, Harold Letner, Mrs.
Effie Davis, Mrs. Charles Miller, Leonard Galles, Roger
Reinhardt and Mrs. Louise Terry:
MTT.T.BURG — Brian Reynolds.
HAGAR SHORE — Mrs.
William Queen.
DISCHARGES
WATERVLIET — Mrs. Ethel
Hanna, Mrs. Robert Marvin,
Mrs. Larry Parker, Mrs. Gorden VanDrasek, Mrs. Clearbom
Hinton, Corbett Cannon, Mrs.
Kathleen Hatfield, Mrs. Mary
Stlmson, Mrs. John Lottrldge
end Annette Hiler.
COLOMA — Edward Vollrath. Earl Peterson, John Peterson, Mrs. Vita Faraone, Harold Letner.
RIVERSIDE — Mrs. Walter
Click.
HAGAR SHORE — Mrs.
William Queen.
Thuriday, August 8 , 1 9 6 8
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Coloma To Host Students
From Germany & Sweden
Midnight was sold to Stones i t
South Haven for 31c a pound.
Brian exhibited his one yeaf
old black angus. Buttons, who
weighed 900 pounds, and won
himself a second place showmanship ribbon plus a fourlh
place ribbon competing with the
44 other steers in the lightweight division.
Buttons was sold to First
National Bank in Watervliet for
36c a pound.
Jimmy who is in his first
year of 4-H entered his black
angus, Congo, in the heavyweight d i v i s i o n and placed
which won him a red ribbon.
Congo who weighed 940 pounds
was sold to Hardings in Hartford for 35c a pound.
The Nigro's started raising
black angus over seven years
ago, but this is only the third
year they had entries In the fair.
The Nigro boys belong to the
Irish Community 4-H Club in
Hartford.
At least two exchange students in the Youth for Understanding teenage program will
arrive in Coloma this month
ready for the beginning of
school. Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Fulreide and Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Hucko are receiving a
German and a Swedish young
lady for the 1968-69 year.
Miss Helga Kikel of Schuttorf, Germany will arrive as
the foster daughter of the Fulriedes. She is a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Kikel and
attended Hennschute on Jong,
Germany. She will be a junior
this fall In the Coloma High
school. She Is active in music,
sports and reading as a hobby
and actively interested In school
activities.
Miss Ingar Sorensen of Fyn
Denmark will arrive at the Metropolitan Airport, D e t r o i t
where she will be met by Mr.
and Mrs. Hucko. She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Karl
Sorensen and will be a senior
at Coloma high school this fall.
Baker Clan Reunion Held
At Maple Island, Paw Paw
NIGRO BROTHERS
WIN HONORS AT FAIR
WITH BLACK ANGUS
Jeff, Brian, and Jimmy Nigro,
sons of Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Nigro, Carmody Road, Watervliet exhibited their steers at
the Van Buren County Youth
Fair in Hartford recently and
came home with several honors
again this year.
Jeff, who is in his third year
of 4-H work, exhibited two registered black angus steers. Patience, who weighed 875 pounds,
b r o ug h t Jeff the first place
Junior Champion Showmanship
trophy, plus he won a fifth
place ribbon in the lightweight
division competing with 44 other
steers. Judging is done on how
the steer was raised, trained and
groomed.
Midnight, J e f f s second steer,
competed in the heavyweight
division, but didn't come up a
winner. Midnight weighed 1150
pounds.
Patience was sold to Hardings
In Hartford for 38c a pound and
fm.
First National Bank
of V/ateAAdlet
WATERVLIET, MICHIGAN
ESTABUSHED 1874
MEMBER FJKLC.
BRANCH AT M1LLBUR6
PHONE IN 3-3124
FIRST UNITED
Frank Pflugradt of Watervliet was elected president of
the Baker clan when members
held their 46th annual reunion
of the family Sunday at Maple
Island, Paw Paw.
Mrs. Freida Swartz, Watervliet, was chosen sec.-treas.;
Mrs. Hugh Hicks of Blue Island
was elected for the 1969 entertainment committee and Mrs.
Ralph Murphy of Kalamazoo,
is still historian for another
year.
There was a large attendance
at the Sunday gathering with
family members attending from
Ohio, Florida, Illinois and Wisconsin beside Michigan.
George Lammon of Kalamazoo was president and Mrs. Robert Cannell, Benton Harbor,
sec.-treas.; Miss Sharon Teske
WATERVLIET
of Wisconsin, conducted games
for adults and the youngsters
with prizes for the winners. The
picnic pot-luck dinner was first
on the list. The House of David
Park, Benton Harbor, was
chosen for the 1969 reunion.
5 P.M. To 7 P.M.
Adults $1.75
Children $1.00
HEADQUARTERS
For
CATALOG ORDERS
3 6 1 NORTH MAIN
For
WATERVLIET, MICHIGAN
ALOEN'S CATALOG SERVICE
Stop In and Place Your Mail Orders with Us.
Tacy's Saddle Shop
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Sat. and Sun., August 10 -11
FREE GIFTS
For First 25 people each
day. Limit one per family.
C O M H l C
worthwhile goals. We welcome child and adult savings at FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WATERVLIET.
Fri., Aug. 9th
METHODIST CHURCH
MONEY is to save for children - for iheir advance
education. TEACH the duldrco to save too. for
SMORGASBORD
DOM YOUNG
"The new Farmowner Policy
covers not only the house
and personal property, but
a l s o barns, out-buildings,
farm machinery, livestock
and the theft, transportation
and liability risks of a farmer. Does this Farmowner PolAgency also cover employer
icy from the Don Young
liability of the farmer?"
DON YOUNG
AGENCY
Complete Insnrance Service
.'468-6778 Watervliet
SUN. * MON. AUG. 11 - 18
BIGGEST SELECTION OF
William Hoklen, Cliff Robertson
Vince Edwards in
WESTERN CLOTHING IN
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Products by Famam, NocoAcme,
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For Another
Big Family Fun Affair
Free Exhlbltsi Thousands'
of Industrial and
Educational Displays
ALL ENTERTAINMENT FRII
In Coliseum, Grandstand
and Music Shell
CMurai Admr Adult* $1,55.
children 12 and under FREE
AUG 2 3 S O T 2
ler, Bona Allen, Simco, Big
Horn and Southern Saddlery.
Hy-Hopes Arabian F a r m
4 Miles South of 1-94 (Watervliet Exit) on M-140
BOB, JEAN & STEVE TACY
R. R. 2, Box 1343 Watervliet, Mich,
Phones 616 463-3442 - 463-4741
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133.60
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23.40
216.10
8.30
66.00
120.00
33.60
2.40
58.00
28.80
2.00
6.40
19.20
4.20
7.20
Total
and Edward Hnida, New Buffalo City Supervisor.
Motion r
ed.
The Cb!
i appointed Mr. Woodruff to the Finance
Committee . the months of February and March.
Mr. Seeder announced a Township's Association Meeting
would be held on Wednesday, January 17, 1968, at 7:30
P.M. at the Niles Township Hall.
The Chairman appointed Mr. Smith to the Agriculture
and Roads Committees.
Atty. Joseph Killian reported to the Board on the status
of the Hospital Case.
Mr, Piehl moved, supported by Mr. Rosenberg that the
meeting be adjourned until 9:30 A.M. on Monday, February 19,1968 or to the call of the Chairman. Motion rarried and the meeting adjourned at 4'.20 P.M.
CLAIMANT
110.40
190.30
493.60
444.40
316.80
106.80
282.80
149.40 O. DeLos Proeeus, Chairman
158.40
Forrest H. Kesterke, Clerk
621.10
FRBRI ABY 19, IMS SESSION
143.30
The
Berrien
Qnmty Board of Supervisors met at the
231.00
420.00 Courthouse in St. Joseph on the above date.
243.60
The meeting was called to order by Chairman O. DeLos
62.40 Proseus at 9:45 A.M.
208.00
Rev. Edward Goodman of the Berrien County Council of
208.80
77.00 Churches gave the invocation.
321.40
Supervisor Harley Marschke led the Board in the Pledge
139.20
of Allegiance to the Flag.
109.20
277.20
Roll call showed all members present except Supervisors
90.00 Boothby^ Cook, Glade and HrUda.
29.40
209.40
The Clerk read a letter from the City of New Buffalo
100.88
415.88
requesting
that Mayor Anton Carson be seated for this
139.20
574.20
meeting
in
place of Supervisor Edward Hruda.
28.80
118.80
104.80
14.80
Mr. Grieger moved, supported by Mr. Valvoda, to scat
120.93
270.93 Mr. Carson for this meeting only. Motion Carried.
27.00
162.00
Mr. Benson moved, supported by Mr. Yaw, that the
14.40
104.40
34.90
1(59.90 minutes of the January 15, 1968 meeting be approved as
46.80
181.80 mailed.
2.40
122.40
The Chairman introduced Mrs. Robert Larson of the
41.60
161.60 League of Women Voters, Mr. David Upton, Chairman
54.00
204.00 of the Berrien County Mental Health Services Board, and
20.00
140.00
members of the Berrien County Planning Commission. Mr.
228.92
738.92 Newman introduced Mr. James Stevens of Benton Harbor,
Tom Perry and Richard Herman postmasters of Eau Claire
$8,385.00
$2,135.70
$10,520.70
and Sodus respectively.
The Chairman instructed the Clerk to call the Roll reThe following communications were read by the Clerk
suiting as follows: 33 Yeas; Supervisors Anton, Benson,
with
action taken as indicated below:
Boothby, Bruee, Mr. John Miller, Supervisors Chase, Cook,
Flaherty, Cast, Glade, Gnodtke, Govatos, Grieger, Hellen2-16-68 Prosecuting Attorney, Need for added staff,
ga, Hruda, Lottridge, Marschke. Mead, Miller, Mitchell, Referred to Law Enforcement Committee.
Piehl, Poorman, Price, Rodigliero, Rosenberg, Seeder, Shu1968 Berrien Cty. llort Society, Resolutions, Ref. to
ler, Smith, Taylor, Vahroda, Wilder, Woodruff and Yaw;
Ko Nays; and 15 Absent; Supenisors Arnold, Boyd, Brod- Agriculture Comm.
erick, Butcher, Carmody, Dittmar, Feather, Fischer,
11-19-67 DAR, Thanks for use of Lounge, Fiied.
Krumrie, McDonald, Marston, Mattix, Newman, Tufts,
2-7-68 B.C. Society Crippled Chldm., Statement of
and Woodbridge. Motion Carried.
Services,
Finance Committee.
Mr. Gast presented the following Resolution and moved,
supported by Mr. Boothby for adoption:
2-14-68 Bainbridge Township, Trace Shane (Thanks),
WHEREAS the County of Berrien desires to have avail- File.
able for the use of police agencies in the County of Berrien
1-8-68 Ingham Co. Bd. Spvrs., Junk cars, Mr. Mcand the use of the Niles Qty Jail to avoid unnecessaiy
transportation of prisoners between the Niles-Buchanan Donald moved, supported by Mr. Govatos to refer to Legis.
Comm.
area and the Berrien County Jail and return, and
WHEREAS, the cost of operation of the Berrien County
State Treasurer, A. Green, New Accounting
Jail was last determined to be S4.50 per prisoner per day,
System, Refer to Finance Comm.
NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved that the County of
Berrien shall pay to the City erf Niks for the purpose
1-13-68 Bai-aga County, Comm. Forest Reserve Act,
aforesaid $7.83 per prisoner per day for prisoners charged File.
with violation of slate criminal laws, and confined in the
1-13-68 Baraga County, Opposing certification of AsNiles City Jail awaiting arraignment, trial, or preliminary
examination in Municipal or Justice Courts. The Sheriff sessors. Refer to Equalization.
Edward Carmody
Ralph Chase
A. Sheridan Cook
James Dittmar
Robert Feather
Robert Flaherty
Leslie Fischer
Harry Gast, Jr.
George Glade
William Gnodtke
Michael Govatos
Edward Grieger
Edward Hruda
Lester Krumrie
John Lottridge
John McDonald
parley Marschke
Slarold Marston
Edward Mattix
Orland Mead
Walter Miller
W. Hudson Mitchell
R. Paul Newman
/ugust Piehl
f r a n k Poorman
Jvan Price
Rudolph Rodighero
Ben Rosenberg
Herbert Seeder
Wade Shuler
Marvin Taylor
LaMont Tufts
Raymond Valv oda
Ray Wilder
Robert Woodbridge
Brayton Yaw
Tracy Shane
O. D. Proseus
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Name
-
90.00
165.00
360.00
330.00
270.00
90.00
210.00
135.00
135.00
405.00
135.00
165.00
300.00
210.00
60.00
150.00
180.00
75.00
315.00
120.00
105.00
270.00
90.00
180.00
315.00
435.00
90.00
90.00
150.00
135.00
90.00
135.00
135.00
120.00
120.00
150.00
120.00
510.00
of Berrien county may in any particular case require that
1-13-68 Baraga County, Lower Court System, Refer
any particular prisoner be housed instead in the Berrien to Courts.
County Jail.
2-15-68 Bar Assn., Third Circuit Judge for Ben-ien,
Respectfully submitted, LAW ENFORCEMENT COMCourts and Legislative Committee.
MITTEE
/s/Lester Krumrie, Geoffrey Arnold, Hairy Gast,
Mr. Poorman presented the report of the Auditing ComJr., John McDonald, Allan H. Boyd.
mittee
and moved, supported by Mr. Feather for adoption,
Motion Carried.
bills totalling 5103,761.96, apended hereto marked pages
The Clerk read a letter from the Pi-osecutor dated JanITlta), 171(b). i n ( c ) , 171<d), 171(e), and 171<f>.
uary 11. 1968 containing the Attorney General's opinion
that a County could charge cities for prisoners housed in
TO THE HONORABLE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS:the County Jail under Municipal violations.
Your Auditing Conmittee recpectfolly submits the folMr. Grieger presented the following Resolution and
lowing
as its report reoommendng the allowance as given
moved, supported by Mr. Hruda that it be referred to the
below, and that the Clerk be authorized to draw orders
Legislative Committee:
WHEREAS, the County of Ben-ien has by Resolution, for
duly passed, a jail boarding fee of $4.50 per day on all CLAIMANT
CHARACTt* OF OLA1M
AMOUNT
City prisoners committed to the Berrien County Jail under
1. Laurence Cushman
Mileage and Expenses * » . 2 7
City Ordinances and the said $4.59 daily fee be charged
v mj3A
2.
Clare Musgrove
against the respective cities for collection to Berrien
3. James Neibauer
111.01
County,
4. Ina Redman
109.35
AND WHEREAS, the City Council. City of New Buffalo
5. Forrest H. Kesterke
62.50
on January 9, 1968 passed a resolution directing the City
62.00
6. Hazen D. Harner
Supervisors to bring before the County Boanl of Super144.80
7.
William
Bartz
visors a Resolution to rescind the respective Jail charge
3.75
8. Charles Knapp
|)ertaining to prisoners committee to the County Jail under
87.85
9. Robert Jackson
« City Ordinance retroactive to the date of the inception
105.75
10. David Rudnick
of the Resolution,
11. Joe Heward
Mileage ft Schooling 425.00
AND WHEREAS, by direction of the New Buffalo City
89.40
Mileage ft Meetings
12. Charles W. Denk
Council,
52.00
Mileage
13. Raymond Gibbs
IT HEREBY RESOLVED, the Berrien County Board of
10.00
Mileage
14. Maiy Bums
Supervisors rescind the Resolution, from the date of its
10.00
Mileage
15. Anthony Klute
inception, charging $4.50 per day Jail Fees for City pris15.00
16. Judge Ronald Lange Mileage
oners committed under a City Ordinance.
Mileage ft Summons 45.1717. Sammie Rodgers
62.00
Mileagtf
.
Hcspect fully submitted,
18. Mary Rondelli
59.W
Mileage
19.
Aim
Schocnhals
f
/s/Edward L. Griefier. New Duflalo CUv Supervia*
CRARACTES OP CLAfli
20. Merle Fischer
21. Kathleen Joyner
22. Robert S. Johnson
23. Robert S. Johnson
24. Robert Umbenhaur
25. Thomas Starkey
26. Mary White
27. Judith Litke
28. Edna Edwards
29. Juaidta Pullano
30. Tom Cooper
31. Robert Berry
32. Edward Whitfield, Jr.
33. Dave Hanner
34. John Clark
35. Edward Sandera
36. Paul Mills
37. Victor Hauch
38. Donald Jerue
39. Donald Jewell
40. Charles Hefenbach
41. Edward Whitfield, Jr.
42. Lewis Connors
43. Paul Mills
44. Joe Heward
45. Donald Jewell
46. Jimmie Cobum
47. John Clark
48. Eugene Ekiund
49. Dr. Thomas
DeGraffenried
50. City of Niles
51. Mercy Hospital
52. Artcraft Mfg. Co.
53. Ford-La-Salle Drug
Store
54. Holiday Inn
55. Stale of Michigan
56. Astra Films, Inc.
57.
58.
59.
60.
Mileage
Summons
Mileage and Expenses
Mileage
Mileage
Mileage ft Summons
Mileage and Expenses
24.50
2.80
90.32
57.60
121.19
61.15
15.20
37.83
15.20
15.20
94.02
30.00
26.00
i
By Mrs. A. O. Stark
26.00
11.00
67.80
33.93
84.42
33.90
67.80
44.90
156.90
80.70
100.70
457.91
100.70
61.90
31.00
77.55
Laboratory Tests
Prisoner's Lodging
Emergency Treatment
Emblems
264.00
220.50
46.00
197.61
Drugs
265.00
Planning Commission &
Agriculturalists
67.78
Planning Services 10,500.00
ESSA Film (Civil
Defense)
48.40
Telegram
1.50
Gas & Oil
36.67
Hauling
10.00
Western Union
Standard Oil Co.
Smitty's DX Serv ice
Killian. Spelman ft
Taglia
Services
12,837.65
61. Lendell Kennedy
Dog Damage
8.00
62. Ralph Bowman
Justice Fees
4.40
63. Watervliet Record
Supervisor's minutes 72.00
64. American Red Cross Office Maintenance
25.00
65. Prosecuting Attys. Fees Dues
150.00
66. John Iwaniuk
Postage and Mileage
28.00
67. Star Girl, Inc.
Temporary Hire
479.25
68. Callaghan ft Co.
Puhhcatlabs
40.00
69. Institute of Continuing
Legal Education
Publication
20.40
70. John T. Hammond
Statutory Fees
215.00
71. Dr. A. J. Dalgkash
Expert Witness
50.00
72. Martindale-Hubbell,
75.00
Director>' Service
Inc.
Expert Testiroonv
25.00
73. Edward Haupt
74. United County Officers Dues
10.00
75. Margarita Liggett
Transcripts
370.00
Preliminary Exams 1,273.50
76. Naomi Szot
77. Robert Palach
Transcripts
1,560.40
78. Betty J. Rose
Transcripts & Mileage 263.55
79. Gaylen Foster
Transcripts ft Mileage 245.10
80. Institute of Legal
Michigan Specialty
35.50j
Education
Psychiatric
81. I>r. C. B. Overby
Examination
50.00
3.75
82. Berrien Bindery
Binding
25.00
83. Matthew Bender & Co. Forms
84. Calhoun County Sheriff Fees
6.75
85. Martindale-Hubbell,
75.00
Inc.
Subscription
44.00
86. Shepard's Citations
Subscription
17.50
87. Lawyer's Cooperative Reports
75.00
88. Charles B. Overhey
Examination
21.50
89. Lawyers Cooperative Publication
17.50
90. Lawyer's Cooperative Publication
25.00
91. Risjord & Austin
Copy
92. Michigan Probate ft
Juvenile Court Judges
25.00
Assn.
Membership
80.00
93. Nieb Concrete Products Rent
28.00
94. Warren L. Schultz
Meeting
58.00
95. Warren L. Schultz
Mileage
96. Berrien County Farm
17.00
Bureau Oil Co.
Fuel Oil
97. Michigan Bejl
17.60
Telephone
Telephone Bill
40.60
98. Standard Oil
OH Bill
15.00
« . National Tea Company Groceries
50.00
Rent
100. George White
4.30
Gas
101. C. A. Tobias
200.00
Judge
Taylor,
Sr.
102. Coleman & Williams
200 00
George S. Haight
103. Howard Boyd
200.00
Johnnie
Layden
104. Mrs. Dorothy Layden
200.00
Helen
Bair
ICS. Edwin Bair
200.00
Goldie Bradford
106. Andrew Bradford
200.00
Ruth Grace
107. Robert Grace
200.00
John Brunson
108. Georgia Brunson
James Young - Ardell
109. G. E. Robbins
Robinson
400.00
110. Keriikowske ft Starks W. Thomas - Sidney
Rosine - A. Krieger 600.00
Chas.
Hall - Vernon
111. Florin Funeral Home
400.
Pullins
2.400.:
Salaries
112. B.C. Health Dept.
229.1
113. Imperial Printing Co. Checks
114. Palladium Publishing
25.83
Ad-dog licenses
Co.
r
Supplies
115. Crown, Inc.
(COHTfNUEO NEXT WEEK)
I
SlinilMIIMIIHiHIMIIMIIimiMllllltM*
GLADIOLUS
With the glad festival at
hand we just had to incldue a
hit of the history of this gorgeuus flower, in this column.
First of all, would you like
to know the legend of the
gladiolus? This is one of them.
Long ago a dying king called his eldest son to his bedside,
instructing him in the ways of
kingship. "Be strong, my son,
he advised. Rule always with a
firm but just hand."
Quiet and sensitive by nature,
the young prince feared the responsibility of kingship. As he
walked thru the garden one
evening, searching for an answer to his problems, his gaze
fell on a patch of tall bright
flowers. He watched them as
they swayed in the breeze, always reluming to their upright position. In these flowers
the prince noted, is all the
peace of the lily, yet the firey
keeness of the sword. Since the
elements of his personality were
so perfectly complimented in
this flower, it became a symbol to him. ' 1 shall be like
this flower, he said, quiet, yet
majestic; flexible yet strong."
. Soon after he became king he
adopted the gladiolus as his
coat of arms. He thought often
.of the unique combination of
gentleness and strength he had
leained from this flower.
How could one better describe the gladiolus — a combination of beauty, gentleness
and strength. In their native
state the gladiolus grew on
mountains, hills and plains but
were rarely found in swampy
places. Most of the ancestors of
our garden varieties came from
the mild costal regions around
the Cape peninsula and on the
eatsera coast of Natal or from
South Africa. It was not until
the beginning of the 19th century that their popularity began and the work of hybridization started.
To William Herbert, a clergyman, is given the credit of
producing the first hybrid gladiolus in 1807 but in 1838 the
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real development started on the
continent of Europe when William Collville produced several
specimens of flowers. From
then on the crossing of varieties
became common with hybriders,
both in Europe and America.
About 1890 Luther Burbanks
began work in that field and
developed several of the present
day flowers.
Many varieties soon arose as
a result of crossing the various
species of existing large flower
strains. About 1930, the classification was based upon the
parentage of the variety and
from this two distinct types
have been accepted. The exhibition type, because it has
straight stems and long flower
heads which are closely arranged on the stems; And the decorative type, which as its name
implies, has color, charm,
gracefulness and pleasing arrangement of flowerets on the
entire spike. The flowerets are
somewhat irregular or staggered on the stem and placed farther apart.
The ease with which the gladioli grows, make them suitable
for use in any garden. Their
many colors, stately spikes and
excellent k e e p i n g qualities,
make them favorites for cut
flowers. Some prefer the crooked stem flowers for a more diversified arrangement.
The gladious is a member of
the Iris family. Note the long
sword-like foliage and the
straight thrust of the growing
plant. The Latin name for gladiolus means dagger.
Gladiolus can be grown successfully in nearly any kind of
good garden soil, although a
sandy loarn is considered best
as it is easy to cultivate and
produces more cormlets. The
sandy loam is also easier when
digging the corms each fall.
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Mr. and Mrs. Clearbom Hinton of Watervliet, are the parents of a daughter, born July
28 at the Watervliet Community hospital. She weighed seven
pounds, 11H ounces and has
been named Leigh Ann.
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PHONE IN 3-6127 — WATERVLIET
Thorttfay, August 8 , 1 9 6 8
P a g e SIX
PAW PAW LAKE
YACHT CLUB
NEWS
The Paw Paw Lake Yacht
club held the "Penguin Caper"
annual sailing event last weekend with the results as follows:
Boat No. 7795 with Sailor
Jerry Blake had the results of
five races as: 5-DNF-4-8-4,
finishing with the final position
of 4 with a total of 19 points.
Others running were Boat
No. 7626, Sailor Bob and Ellen
Hutchinson, results: 1-1-1-1-2;
the
Bible
final position, 1; total points 44.
Boat No. 7102. Sailors Russ
Wilhelmsen and Lana LIndblad,
results: 2-3-3-2-1; final position,
2; and final pointa 39.
Boat No. 5319, sailors Crlsty
Naser and Moly Taber; results:
9-5-6-3-7; final position *2 with
20 points.
Boat No. 5318, sailors, Bill
Leahy and Billy Leahy; results:
8-8-8-9-DNS; final position 5
and a total of 7 points.
Boat No. 4712, sailors Billy
McGown and Bill McGown; results: 7-7-7-7-3; final positionj
•3 with a total of 19 points.
Boat No. 4434, sailors Katy
Glendenlng and Wally Glenden-
r
speaks to you
Next Saturday, Mr. and Mrs.
"Red" Lindblad are chairmen of
the Monte Carlo Night at 8 p.m.
m..
The Wednesday card party
will be at 8 p.m. for the ladies.
"Junior night" will be held
Thursday evening f o r t h e
"Young Americans" - pre-teen
group.
Power boat races are Sunday.
Sunday, Aug. 11, the A1
Johnson Memorial Inboard Handicap race will be held In addition to the regular Sunday
races.
LVBrRff
FORGET-ME-NOT DRIVE
IN COLOMA AUG. 9 Jb 10
A Forget-Me-Not Drive will
be held In Coloma this Friday
and Saturday, August 9th and
10th sponsored by the Disabled
American Veterans Chapter 17,
Benton Harbor, and the Auxiliary.
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RADIO SERIES
We all need self-respect.
And no one needs it more
than underprivileged children. An understanding
of God brings such respect. How can children
be helped to achieve this
understanding? Listen to
the concluding half of
Ing; results: 3-2-2-4-5; final position of 3 and final points of 34.
Boat No. 3467, sailors Jim
Naser and Philip Taber; results:
6-6-9-5-8; final position •4; and
final points of 16.
Boat No. 4713, sailors Don
Hutchinson and Margee Gibson;
results: 4-4-5-6-6; with final position of *1 and final points of
25.
Today through Tuesday,
August 8 - 1 8
GREEN BERETS
Rowley W a r m a n H a t 88tli
Family Birthday Celebration
Rowley Warman of Hagar
Shore Road, was guest of honor
at a birthday dinner last Sunday at his home, for his 88th
birthday. All seven of his children and their families were
present for a large cooperative
dinner with birthday cake and
many lovely gifts.
The families were: Mr. and
Mrs. Lloyd Warman of Watervliet; Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Warman and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Warman, both of Coloma;
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Soulard
(Goldie Warman) and Mr. and
Mrs. Jason Robinson, (Beth
Warman), Coloma; Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Gage, (Doris Warman), Kalamazoo; and Mr. and
Mrs. Gordon Kime, (Geraldine
Warman) of Benton Harbor.
R a i n b o w Girli T o O b s e r v e
20th Birthday Of Order
The Order of Rainbow for
Girls will observe their 20th
birthday Saturday e v e n i n g ,
Aug. 10 at the Coloma Elementary school Activity center. The
evening will especially honor
charter members of the group,
all past worthy advisors and
past mother advisors.
Mrs. William L. Smith Jr., is
general chairman of the event,
with several helpers to assist
her. It is hoped that Mrs. E.
Alberta Cobum, supreme In-
John Wayne, David Janssen,
Jim Hutton
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Wednesday through Tuesday,
August 14 * 20
"Giving Children A Basis
For R e s p e c t "
SUNDAY, AUGUST 1 1
HOW SWEET IT IS
James Garner,
Debbie Reynolds
at 8:30 A.M. on WLS or
at 9:30 A.M. on WKZO
GUST ANTON
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THE
JoDy S q u a r e s H a v e F u n ]
Dancing T o Manr F r e e s t o n e
The Jolly Squares held thelf
regular dance Saturday evening
at the North S c h o o l . Forty
members and guests and several
spectators enjoyed the calling of
Marv Freestone from Holland*
Michigan. Those who could not
attend missed a good workshop.
Refreshments were served.
The next dance will be held
September 7 with the new club,
caller Gayle Congdon from Paw.
Paw calling.
Several couples from the Jolly
Squares will be dancing In tho
variety show at the Colom^
high school Friday and Satur*
day night, August 9 and 10*
They also will be at the Square
Dance in the high school park*
Ing lot Saturday night.
COLUMN
Pastor
Midway Baptist Church
By Rev. Waldea Owen
with God when at times we still
commit sin?
In chapter 2 John reconciles
our problem as he explains to
the Christian that if they sin
they have an advocate. We are
f a c i n g in this situation two
seemingly opposite truths. The
first is that sin is wholly alien
In I John 2:1 the writer uses from the Christian, and the seca term of endearment as he ad- ond is that the Christian is
c! i-esses his readers as "little never wholly free from sin. Perchildren.'* He said: "My little haps to understand what John
children, these things write I Is dealing with here it would be
unto you that ye sin not." Many good to remind ourselves that
of these were undoubtedly his Paul classified men into three
own children in the faith, those categories. In I Corinthians 2:14
who owed their salvation to his he wrote: "But the natural man
ministry and compassion for raceiveth not the things of the
Ihem. Everything J o h n had Spirit of God: for they are foolwritten in chapter 1 was written ishness unto him: neither can
so that his readers might have he know them, because they are
encouragement not to sin. In spiritually discerned." The natchapter 1 verse 6 John wrote: ural man, here, is the man who
"If we say that we have fellow- has never been born again. He
sliip with him, and walk in does not know Jesus Christ as
darkness, we be and do not tell his personal Savior. In verse 15
the truth." This verse indicates we read: "But he that is spiritthe necessity of walking in the ual judgeth all things, yet he
light; of not committing sin. We himself is judged of no man."
l ead in chapter 1 verse 9, how The spiritual man is the man
over; "If we confess our sins, who is living the kind of life
he is faithful and just to forgive that honors God in its purity.
m our sins and to cleanse us We read in I Corinthians 3:1:
from all unrighteousness." This "And I, b r e t h r e n , could not
verse implies that as Christians speak unto you as unto spiritwe do sin even though we ought ual, but as unto carnal, even as
not so to do. How can we walk unto babes in Christ." The carin the light and have fellowship nal man Is a Christian. He has
"Rev. Owen, there are so
many things about the Bible 1
do not understand. I have been
reading John's first letter, in
the back of the Bible, and I just
can't figure out what it is all
ulxnit. I want to know. Could
you help me in your article?"
been born again but he lets his
old nature control him to such
a degree that it is sometimes
difficult to tell the carnal man
from the natural man. Thus we
have the natural man, the carnal man and the spiritual man.
Now the spiritual man and the
carnal man are both Christians.
The only difference between the
two is unconfessed sin. I John
1:9 r e v e a l s how the carnal
Christian can become a spiritual
Christian: "If we confess our
sins ho is faithful and just to
f o r g i v e us our sins and to
cleanse us from all unrighteousness."
What h a p p e n s when the
Christian sins? He immediately
loses his fellowship with God.
We recall that John has written: "'God is light and in him
is no darkness at all." Again:
"What fellowship hath light
with darkness?" The Christian
with unconfessed sin in his life
is undoubtedly the most miserable creature under God's heaven. If he has been truly born
again, he can't really enjoy the
things of sin even though he
participates in them, and he
can't very well fellowship with
God's people with regard to
spiritual things. He is miserable
in his rebellion.
MORE POPULATION
JEFFREY SCOTT DOWNEY
A son was bom to Mr. and
Mrs. Larry Downey of Watervliet, Aug. 3 at the Watervliet
Community Hospital. He has
been named Jeffrey Scott and
weighed in at seven pounds, seven ounces at birth.
LARRY DWAYNE CLICK
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Click
of Riverside, are the parents of
a boy, bom July 30 at the Watervliet Community hospital. He
weighed seven pounds, 9%
ounces and has been named
Larry Dwayne.
Lashley's Cleaners will math
proof year cfetbes free.—ADV
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Street, Watervliet, and his pa^
enls Mr. and Mrs. Walter H.
Ishmael, R o u t e 1, Carmody
R o a d , Watervliet returning
home on Tuesday.
LOCAL NEWS
T B AT
HAVE SURPRISE
ANNIVERSARY PARTY
Tije three sons of the Frank
Lamplots recently hosted a surprise 5Uth anniversary party
for them in Chicago. The boys
are Jerry and Laddie of Chicago
and Milton of Watervliet. They
welcomed 135 friends and relatives.
VISITING IN WATERVLIET
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Archer
and son. Gregory, L a n s i n g ,
Michigan are visiting this week
at the home of the latters parents, tho Walter H. Ishmacls,
Route 1, Carmody Road, Water*
vliet.
STOP IIKRE
ENKOCTE HOME
RETURNS HOME
Mrs. Ray Mattes just returned to her home on Red Arrow
Highway in Coloma after spending five days in Hillside, Illinois
as a guest of Yolanda Sama.
She also visited friends and relatives in Chicago and suburbs
while there.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Dwiggins
and family from Decatur, Illinois, stopped in Watervliet over
the weekend at his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Barney Dwiggins. enroute heme from a two weeks
vacation at their cabin in Thessalon, Ontario. Canada.
HAVE VISITORS
Mr. and Mrs. James Ishmael
and daughter, Mary Kay of Port
Huron, arrived In Watervliet
last Friday evening to spend a
few days with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Roswell Hupp, Main
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Mr. and Mrs. John William
Smith, Route 2, Box 586, Colo*
ma have announced the engagement of their daughter, Janet
Helen, to Thomas L. Harding,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Harding, Route 3, Box 894 Stevensvllle.
A November 9, 1968 wedding
Is being planned.
Miss Smith graduated from
St. Joseph Catholic high school
and attended Lake Michigan!
College. She Is presently em*
ployed at Covel Manufacturing
Co. in Benton Harbor.
Mr. Harding graduated from
Stevensvllle high school and is
presently employed at Ad-Co
In Bridgman.
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T h u r s d a y , A u g u s t 8, 1 9 6 S
Misi J a n e t Helen Smith T o
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A program and entertainment
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served.
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TWO IRISH YOUTH
HITCHHIKE ON 1-94
Recently Mrs. John B. Hayes,
Watervliet, picked up two Irish
hitchhikers near Albion on I94 near 11 Mile Road and invited them to spend the night
with her at her home in Albion
gon, Canadian Rockies Banff and also Invited them to spend
HOME FROM ALASKA
Miss Mildred Brown of St. and Lake Louise. They had a a night at her cottage at Paw
Joseph street, returned Satur- wonderful time and enjoyed nice Paw Lake.
day from a two week's visit weather.
Mrs. Hayes said they had
with her niece and husband who
WILL
GO
TO
FORMOSA
knapsacks
on their backs and
are stationed with the U.S.
Army in Anchorage, Alaska.
Sgt. Kenneth Ihde was hon- sewn on the back of one of the
She flew to Anchorage, then ored Saturday evening at their sacks was the "Union Jack,'
trailer home In Watervliet when 'the flag of Great Britain.
took a tour of Alaska.
14 of his friends surprised jie
Sidney Baxter, 17, and
WEEKEND GUESTS
and Mrs. Ihde at a going away
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Appel en- party. Sgt. Ihde leaves this Yvonne Tumley, 19, are from
the town of Lisbum In Northtertained Robert Livingston and Thursday for O'Hare Field, Chison, Gregory, and Miss Pamela cago enroute to Formosa. Mrs. em Ireland. They flew to Toronto, Canada, July 7 to visit
Wienzierl and brother Donald, Ihde and Mrs. Rudy Appel will
all of Chicago, over the week- accompany the sergeant to Chi- Sidney's sisters who moved
there some five years ago with
end.
cago.
their husbands. While there
HOME FROM THE WEST
they decided to take a side trip
GUESTS FROM CHICAGO
around the Great Lakes.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Slyh of
have returned from a four
They started from Toronto
week's motor trip of several Mt. Sterling, 111., near Chicago, and reached London, Ontario in
western states and Canada. were In Coloma on business and one day where they spent the
Among the points of interest spent a few days at the home night camping and had a miserwhich they visited were tre of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bexson. able time with the mosquitos.
Rocky Mountain National Park,
Ihey caught a ride the next
SHOPPED AT ALLEGAN
Royal Gorge, Gunnison Canyon,
day through Detroit and from
Several
ladles
enjoyed
a
day
Anndyland National Park; also
there to the Battle Creek area.
Mesa Verda in Colorado, the of shopping last Wednesday They were headed west and
when
they
went
to
Allegan
to
Grand Canyon, Ariz.; Zion National Park, Salt Lake, The Cal- spend the day. Those in the
ifornia Redwoods, the drive shopping party were Mrs. Ja- little; Mrs. Ted Soulard, Mrs.
along the rocky coast of Ore- son Robinson and daughter. Darwin LInvllle and Mrs. Henry Mandro and daughter Tami.
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CORNER OF LITTLE PAW PAW LAKE ROAD
Specialists in color and black and white TV and
sound recording equipment along with CB, auto radio
and other electronic equipment.
OPEN DAILY TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
9 A.M. to 6 P.M.
CLOSED SUNDAY AND MONDAY
PHONE 468-8422
PIZZA SUPPER
A delicious pizza supper was
enjoyed Saturday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Viscuso. Those present were Mr.
Kazmer Mandro, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Mandro and daughters,
Lori and Tami; Mr. and Mrs.
George Hauch and children,
George, Judy, David and Jerry.
RETURN AFTER VACATION
Mrs. Ruby Schlader of Hartford and Mrs. Rachel Rorick of
Defield Road have returned
home after spending two delightful weeks at Macospa,
Midi, Pretty Lake.
INGRAHAM GARDEN CLUB
Members of the Ingraham
Garden club with their husbands and three guests held an
annual picnic Friday night at
the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Brunson. They enjoyed
the potluck lawn supper and a
social evening of visiting was
spent
k Hayes was headed east toward Albion when she picked
thera up and convinced them
to sWp and spend a night with
her. They spent the evening
talking to Dr. John L. Cheek
of Albion College on topics
ranging from the Vietnam
War to universities and college
students. Both are part time
sUidents.
Yvonne Is a clerk-typist In
Thursday, August 8 , 1 9 6 8
the British Imperial Servlct
(meaning civil service) and
plans to teach commerchil
courses. Sidney plans to go into personnel management.
After leaving Watervliet, tha
couple were going to Chicaga
and then around Lake Michigan, north to Sault Ste. Marie
and thence eastward to Toronto
where they were to catch a
plane back to Northern Ireland.
COLOMA
GLADIOLUS
FESTIVAL
Hn., SAT. awl SUNDAY
AUGUST
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
FRIDAY, AUGUST 9
All Day
M M W W W W I' I M M M-H H
Helicopter rides, McDaniels Field.
All Day
Sidewalk Sales, Coloma area merchants.
DRAWING AT 6 : 0 0 P.M. EACH NIGHT
AT GLADIOLUS SHOW
LUCK OF THE IRISH - Two hitchhikers from Ireland
were in luck when Mrs. John Hayes of Watervliet noticed
the British flag on their knapsacks and stopped out of
curiosity when she was driving u p to Albion. The two
Irish travelors spent two nights with Mrs. Hayes a t h e r
home on Paw Paw Lake, and also spent some time with
her at Albion. The two young hikers had flown from Ireland to Toronto to visit relatives and decided to take a
side trip from there — hitch hiking around the Great
6 : 0 0 p.m.
Lions Club food concession opens in Baker Park.
6 : 0 0 p.m.
Opening ceremonies by Mayor Gust Anton and
crowning of Prince and Princess contest winners.
6 : 3 0 p.m.
Kiddies Parade.
7:30-9:00
Variety show, High School Auditorium.
9:30-11:00
Teen Dance at High School parking lot.
SATURDAY.f AUGUST 10
6:00-11:00 a.m.
All Day
Pancake breakfast at Baker Park.
Boy Scout Camporee, adjacent to Michigan Shore.
All Day
Sidewalk Sales, Coloma a r e a merchants.
,11:00 a . m .
Chicken Bar B Q in lot, adjacent to Jack's Grill.
1 2 : 0 0 noon
Helicopter rides, McDaniels Field.
. 1 2 : 0 0 noon
Lion's Club Food stand at Bakers Park re-opens.
HIJ.
DOOR PRIZE REGISTRATION
Boy Scout Camporee, adjacent to Michigan Shore.
, 1 2 : 0 0 a.m.
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1 : 3 0 - 4 : 0 0 p.m.
Triple T Horse Show, City parking lot.
3 : 3 0 * 9 : 0 0 p.m.
Gladiolus Show, sponsored by Southwestern Michigan
Gladiolus Society, at High School cafeteria.
5 : 0 0 - 6 : 0 0 p.m.
Hair Fashion show, High School auditorium.
7 : 0 0 p.m.
Gigantic Twilight Parade, featuring 5 0 individual
entries.
8 : 3 0 - 1 0 : 0 0 p.m.
Variety show, sponsored by Band Boosters, High
School Auditorium.
1 0 : 0 0 - 1 1 : 0 0 p.m.
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Square dancing. Jolly Squares on High School
Parking Lot.
SUNDAY,f AUGUST 11
Morning
Church Services.
Name . ,
All Day
Boy Scout Camporee.
Address
1 0 : 0 0 a.m.-6 p.m.
Gladiolus Show at High School cafeteria.
.12:00 noon
OX Roast, sponsored by Coloma Lions Club, Baker
Park.
.12:00 noon
Helicopter rides.
DEPOSIT AT GLADIOLUS SHOW
COLOMA HIGH SCHOOL
MI W M H n e t « M IM i w - M H W E W + I ' i m l :
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COLOMA HONS
2 : 0 0 - 4 : 0 0 p.m.
Softball Game, Coloma Congregational Church vs.
Midway Baptist teams at High School Baseball Field.
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GLAD SHOW & FESTIVAL
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COAST-TO-COAST STORE
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OTHER FOOD ITEMS AND BEVERAGE
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CHILDREN 7 5 #
AND
OaiGIOUS BARBEQUE CHICKEN
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ADULTS $1.50 -
CHILDREN PORTIONS $1.00
COLOMA JAYCEES
ACROSS FROM
FIRE STATION
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Thursday, August 8 , 1 9 6 8
BAINBRIDGE
BRIEFS
By MRS. A. C. STARK
VISIT BROORF1ELD ZOO
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard- KreBiei-s and daughter of Bain, bridge, and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ilahn and two daughters, cf
Sodus, visited Sundvy a t tht
Brookfield Zoo in Illinois.
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HOME FROM VACATION
Rev. and Mrs. Clarence J .
Beehler returned over the
weekend from a two-week vacation trip. They visited Los
Angeles. San Francisco, Grand
Canyon, Yosemite Park and
Other western places of interest. They reported they had a
wonderful time.
Si 1} 9
FORMER STUDENT HERE
Miss Rita Kerods, originally
from Latvia and a former Btadent of the Bainbridge Center
school, visited friends in the
Bainbridge area a few days "last
week and was an over-night
guest a t the Don Wendzel
c=5
bome. Miss Kerods has been
leaching a Government school
in Bermuda for the past two
years but has been assigned to
a school a t Frankfort, Germany
and leaves Aug. 9 for her new
assignment.
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WSCS MEETS
A WSCS meeting was held
Tuesday at New Hope Church.
President Mrs. Norris Arent
presided over the meeting.
The study tqpic, given by
Mrs. Curtis Gruff, was 'To*
ward more effective communication with youth."
The -hosteBBes were Mrs. Henry Schaus and Mrs. Norris
Arent.
RIVERSIDE CAMP PICNIC
New Hope United Methodist
church of Bainbridge worshipped Sunday a t Riverside Gamp
at Buchanan. Sunday worship
services were toeld art 11 iW and
were ietiowed bgr «
ner. Several families of the
church attended.
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VISIT GRANDPARENTS
Mr. and Mrs. Abler and family spent their vacation with
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Turner,
grandparents, fa Chicago and
Mr. and . Mis. AUrx Abler of
Detroit.
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CLUBHOUSE (NORTH ON US.33)
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HOME ON FURLOUGH
Gary Cantrell arrived at the
Frank Wheeler home on Saturday night for a .three week furlough after comifleting his basic
training at F t . Knox and F t
Jackson in South Carolina. Following his furlough Cantrell expects to leave August 29 on
his way to Vietnam. His wife
Judy is living with "her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wheeler
while her husband is serving in
the U.S Army.
BAZAAR
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RETURN f l U n S OERMANY
Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Hirsch
of North Branch Road went -to
Detroit Wednesday to meet
their mother, Mrs. Therisia DeVay, at Metropolitan Airport,
returning from a three-week's
visit to. Hannesdocf where she
visited a brother, Mr. Joseph
Somogrji, whom she had not
seen for 42 years.
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FAMILY XEFNION
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wheeler
at Territorial Comers entertained members of the . Wheeler
family at a reunion on Saturday
at their home. The occasion
honored Mc. and Mi's. Ray
Burtchett of Iowa who arrived
on Friday for a wedwnd visit.
About 50 members Of the family gathered l o great their arrival. The Burtdhetfs were former residents of Bainbridge and
sincc their visit was so short
the family was -gathered to
greet them.
LAKE MICHIGAN BEACH
WOMAN'S CLUB
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RAFFLES
APRON PARTY
WEBER REUNION HELD
The scene of this year's Weber reunion was held at the
home of Miss Lena Weber, who
lives on the old Weber homestead on North Branch Road.
There were 62 members of the
rlnn present, coming from Hoiland, Benton Harbor and St.
Joseph and the Bainbridge area.
The oldest meniber present
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AND GARY MAYNARD
MARRIED AUGUST 3
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gust 18 — "The Objectives of
BETCRNS TO £ 0 0 1 ANT
Hartmut Boehme of Gunnen- t h e Commission on Education";
plan, Germany, left July 29 to and Aug. 25 — there will be no
return home a f t e r spending a forum because of its being proyear -with foster parents, Mr. motion Sunday for Sunday
and Mrs. Gary Ochampaugh as school children.
an Exchange student under the
ELUOTTS RETURN HOME
Youth for Understanding proFollowing a 12-day trip durgram.
An Open House was hffld ing Winch time th^y visited t h e
Sunday,
28 art •the Ocham- Hemiefair and Astrodome at
paugh home, attended by 65 of Dallas, Tex., and also Hooked up
his friends and classmates. He World War II buddies in Oklareceived many nice gifts and homa, Mr. and Mrs. Howard
three hBaufiftll caheo and had a Elliott have returned t o their
home in North Coloma.
h a r i flame saying goolW&i
bis many Menis. l i e will enter H a t E FROM BLUE K L A N R
his senior school year in GerMr. and Mrs. Hugh Hicks and
many.
son, Todd; and Mrs. Gladys
igvans «f Blue island, IU., and
TRAVEL TO WISCONSIN
Mi*, and Mrs. William Ish- Mrs. Nora Pockett from F t .
mael, Main Street, Watervliet Myers, m a . , "were wedhend
traveled to Wiscansin last week- guests at the home of Mrs. A.
end to pick up their daughter, C. Sta £. All Kttenied the -16th
Melissa, who has been visiting 3 a k e r reunion Sunday held at
a t her aunt and uncles, the Maple Island, Paw Paw.
Jack Teters, the p u t week.
m a r U R N TO GERMANY
METHODIST FOKUM
Mr. and Mrs. Robert i d e i s t
The topics for discussion at of Hamburg, Germany, returned
the Sunday morning iforum for home Monday after visiting at
the remainder of August at the the home of their daughter and
United Methodist church of Co- son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kay
loma are as follows: August, 1 1 Erickson and grandchildren,
— "What are the Responsibili- Sven and Birget for the past
ties of Ohurch Meiriberfi"; Aiu- three weeds. They accompanied
the Eracksons on a trip to Mammouth cave during their visit.
was Miss Lena Weber and the The Kkists visited here last in
youngest member was Kevin, 1966 and this time they saw
three-year-old son of Mr. and the new home recently built by
Mrs. Norman Weber. The com- the Ericksons on a hill on Bese'mitfee who planned "this year's mer road which affords .such a
.event was Mr. and Mrs/ Robert •boautfiul view -of the countryWeber, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie side.
Weber, Mir. and Mrs. Gifford
Weber and Mr. and Mrs, John • A V E OVERNIGHT GUESTS
Hyma.
Mr. and Mrs. Barney DwigElected as a cemmittee for gins had as guests last Thursthe 1969 reunion were Mr. and
day night, Mr. Dwiggins nephMrs. Gordon Weber, Jr., Mr. ew, Sgt. Donald Lineback, his
and Mrs. Gil Weber, Jr., and wife, and five children who were
Norman Weber.
enroute from Port Austin, Mich• • •
igan to his parents home in
GOES RACK TO VIETNAM
Nebraska. Mr. lineback is tasne
Sgt. John Wfllmeng, son of on furilough before being seat
Mr. and Mrs. John Wflhneng, to Thailand for a year.
of Jforth Branch Road, . left
VISITING HERE
Monday after spending a 30-day
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lampfurlough from Vietnam. He has
four months to serve with the lot of Chicago are visiting at the
U.S. Air Force before be com- Milton Lamplot residence this
week.
pletes his service in Saigon.
Warskow Reunion Held At
St. Joseph Riverview Park
Forty-eight descendants of
the late Mr. and Mrs. Charlei
F . Warskow, held their reunio*
at Riverview Park, St. Joseph
Michigan recently.
A pot-luck dinner was enjoy-
Rev. R. Q. Thelen united in
marriage Miss Judith Ann Tarantino and Gary M. Maynard
last Saturday, August 3rd a t
the St. Joseph Catholic Church
In Watervliet.
CHR1STIAN SCIENCE
CHURCH
SUNDAY SERVICE OF
AUGUST 11, 1968
"Spirit" is the subject of the
Lesson-Sermon in all Christian
Science churches this Sunday.
Among Bible selections included in the Lesson-Sermon is
a verse from II Timothy: "For
God hath not given us the spirit
of fear; but of power, and of
love, and of a sound mind."
Miss Tarantino is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tarantino of 564 Park Street, Coloma
and Mr. Maynard is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Maynard of
508 Wayne Street, St. Joseph.
The bride wore a gown of silk
organza over taffeta outlined
with Alencon lace and featured
a cathedral train. A half-hat of
silk organza loops centered with
flowers and crystals held her
bouffant veil and she carried
white pompoms and Fuji mums.
News phoned in is appreciated
Call IN 3-3461.
Maid of honor was Miss Linda
Tarantino of Coloma who wore
a floor length gown of mint
green with an orange, yellow
and green train. Her headpiece
was a bow of matching fabric
and she carried daisies. The only
bridesmaid, Miss D i a n e Sue
Maynard, sister of the groom
from St. Joseph, was dressed
like the honor maid.
Jim Ashmead of St. Joseph
was the best man. Ushers were
Tom Tarantino of C o l o m a ,
Larry Piner of Stevensvllle and
Terry Piner of Benton Harbor.
A reception followed the wed-
PRESENTING
BEADED FLOWEliS
Select from oun or create your own
We have all necessary supplies and instructions
MABEL PRILLW1TZ — 463-3341
Jeri Lou Ochampaugh
ding in the F.O.P. hall In St.
Joseph.
The bride graduated from Coloma high school and attended
Lake Michigan college. She is
presently employed as a secretary at the Inter-City Bank in
Benton Harbor.
The groom graduated from
St. Joseph high school and is
employed at the Heath Co. in
St. Joseph.
After a honeymoon to Northe m Michigan the couple will
make their home in Coloma.
Janet A. Barchett Registers
At Western Michigan Univ.
Sales Representative
For
BLOSSOMLAND
WINDOW SALES
• Aluminum Siding
• Windows • Doors
• Roofs
• Car Ports
PHONE 463-6948
i
Janet Ann Barchett, RR No.
2, Box 1610, -North B r a n c h
Road, and Elizabeth Doreen
Hake, 199 Forest Beach Road
(P. O. Box 414) who will be
freshman at Western Michigan
University this fall spent three
days on the university campus
during the past week for testing, orientation and registration.
In groups of 125 to 150, the
new students live in WMU residence halls, take a battery o£
tests, meet with their counselors, register for classes and receive a get-acquainted tour of
the campus. The orientation programs began June 30 and continued through August 2.
When WMU's fall semester
begins, September 2, the new
students will have additional
orientation and meetings before
starting their first classes on
September 4.
COMES TO
you
can
count oxt
J
O I L HEAT
T h e •urrouhdinga are s p o t l e s s . t h e
a s s u r e d . . . and the warmth comes from clean,
clean Oil Heat. In happy homes all over the
country, tafe, depanM>leOKHMIIs«Mcfaotaabecause no heating system Is cleaner, and no
heating system can matdh CM H e a t f o r eoonmay.
W h e n you choose a fuel to heat your home, choose
the one fuel that offers you the oemUaation
cf advantages: choose Oil and be a a M y sure.
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WE SHINE!
If
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AIR CONDITIONERS
SALES & SERVICE
radiatof. We never forget aU tbose litde extras tkat
(To Fit Any Make of Car)
add nothing to your bill, but much to the pleasure of
Factory trained Mechanics
to Install and Repair
Wc Service all Makes
y o u . x i U L O t y •„
Zr<nx
FRIGIKING AND FORD MOTOR CO.
CbeerfiJf, %MC wipe your wimtiiiekl, test air, check
stopping here.
SERVICE
S W Z ' S
ROGEL MOTOR SALES
Miss Jeri Lea Ochampaugh
To Wed Donald E. Sexton
Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Ochampaugh of Route 3, Box 44, Coloma, announce the engagement
of their daughter. Miss Jeri Lou
to Donald E. Sexton Jr., of Box
1598, County Line Road, Watervliet. His parents are Mr.
and Mi's. Donald E. Sexton Sr.
The bride-to-be attended and
graduated from Coloma High
school with the Class of 1968
and is currently employed by
the Michigan Bell Telephone
Co. in Benton Harbor.
Mr. Sexton attended and
graduated from Watervliet High
school in 1968 and is now working at Bendix in St. Joseph.
October 6 has been set as the
wedding date.
professional - resident company
P R E S E N T S
a m
0 P ENS I
August 7th
Call 044-1206
RON'S
%
PHONE
Wed., Thur., Fri.,
Sun. $2.95 - $2.75
and Saturday,
$3.45 - 3.15
BEEF
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IN 3-3521
WATERVUET
ROAST
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MARKET
HOURS:—Open Daily 8 : 0 0 to 8 : 0 0 Inchiding Sunday
PORK
STEAK
6 9 * *
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BACON J 7 u
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OPEN 2 4 TOURS
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Route 4,
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Benton Harbor, Michigan
tliey^re sstfe
OUHiAa
ed followed by games and contests late? in the afternoon.
Guessing game won by Mrs.
Louis Warskow. Traveling t h t
greatest distance, Mrs. Florea»
tin Warskow. Prize for the most
direct descendants of one fani»
ily present, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Warskow, also Mr. Albert Wai>
skow oldest member present.
Com mi tee in charge was Mrs,
Wm. Frank, Mrs. Oscar Patzef
and Mre. Merle H. Bujack.
Correspondence was r e a d
from Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Cartright from San Fernando, Calif,
and Mr. and Mrs. John Warskow, Balboa, Canal Zone.
The group voted to hold the
next reunion on the third Sunday of July, 1970, with Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald Overhiser, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Niffenigger and
Mr. and Mre. Alfred Bauschke,
all of South Haven, Michigan,
to serve as the committee la
charge of arrangements.
For that "Special, Delightfully Different'
Gift may we sugggest a unique Lr
et of
Kelly Smith from Sodus was
the flower girl and Johnny
Tarantino of Benton Harbor carried the rings.
KENNETH L SMITH
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NEWHOPE UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
FAITH EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Pew Paw Ave. — Coloma, Michigan
Vi Mile East of Bridge
Church of the Lutheran
Confession
R. E. Schailar, Pastor
HO 84368
Sunday School at 9:30 a.m.
Divine Worship at 10:30 a.m.
Men: Choir Rehearsal, 8:00 p.m.
Children's Instruction Classet.
Tues.: 4 p. m.; Sat. 9 a. m.
FIRST UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
R«v. Lmnrence Grabang^i
Phone 463-3760
8:30 Chapel Service (45 min.)
9,30 Sunday School (all ages)
10.30 Worship Service
Come and worship with us.
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HII! Road Bainbridge Township *
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Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.
Worship Service, 11:00 a.m.
COIOMA CHRISTIAN
SCIENCE SOCIETY
Paw Paw Street • Coloma
Sondaj service, 11:00 am.
Saoday School 11:00 am.
Wednesday evening icrviee, 8:09
PJ*»
Hutckins F u n e r a l H o m e
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH
FR. R. G. Thaton. Pastor
Lucinda Lane — Watervliet
Sunday Masses 7:30 a.m., 9:00
a.m., 10:15 a.m., 11:30 a,m., and
5:00 p.m.
Confessions: Thurs. after Novena Devotions and Sat 3 to 8
and 7 to 9.
Thurs. 8 p.m. Perpetual Help
Novena Devotions.
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BRANCH OFFICE AT MILLBURG,
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WATERVLIET. MICHIGAN
WATIBVUET
FREE METHODIST CHURCH
Paw Paw Avenue
Watervliet, Mirhlfan
Phase IN 3-3909
Bev. Bafert Adey, Pastor
NILSON'S BODY SHOP
ILR. 2. RED ARROW HIGHWAY
WATERVLIET
Lake Shore
Bible
Church
Washington and Park Street
Rev. Geurga Wright
Sunday School — 10:00 a. m.
Morning Worship — 11:00.
B.T.C. - 6:30 p. m.
Evening Worship — 7:30 p. m.
Youth FeUowahip — Tues. 7:30
Piaycr Service — Wed. 7:30.
Lake Michigan Beach
Coloma Church
of God
Sunday School, 10 a j n .
Divine Worship, 11:00 ajn.
I
Yonth Service C46 p.m.
WATERVUET RECORD
Missionary
Baptist
Church
Family Worship Hour 7:00
p.m.
Choir Rehearsal 8:00 p.m.
Prayer, Bible Study and Christian Youth Crusaders Wednesday, 7:00 pjn.
Frank Hardy, Sunday School
Superintendent
Red Arrow Highway
Kev. ..Noah Combs
Sunday School
9:45.
ErangeJistic Service — 11 a. m.
Worship Service — Sat. A Sun.
at 7:30 p. m.
Young Peoples meeting Thursday. 7:38 p. m.
Rev. Roy Jeffery, pastor
Sunday School — 9:45.
Worship Service — 10:45.
Christian Youth — 6:00 p. m.
Evening aervica — 7 p. m.
Midweek service — 7:45, Thura.
First
Congregational
Church
Tailed Ctordi of Christ
Kev. ('. Jack Kicharda
9:30 — Sunday school
11 a. m. — Morning Worship
Wednesday — 7:30 p. m.
Sonior Choir practice
Wednesday — 7 p. m. Boy
Scouts
FIRST UNITED METHODIST
IN M291
Church
of Riverside
Rev. George Chaffee
ACE REFUSE DISPOSAL
Wateniet M W r Stop WtHu
STAMPS MADE TO ORDCK
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LASHLEY CLEANERS
Aad Complete Ltmidry
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NEWHOPE UNITED
METHODIST CBUKCi
BAINBRIDGE
Morning Worship — 9:30 a. m.
Sunday School — 10:40 a. no.
M-T.F, - 6:30 p. m.
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PHONE IN 3-5241
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Wedrwdtafi
Corner West & Wilson SL
Rev. Dale Camstock
Sunday School — 9:45.
Morning Service — 10:45.
Youth Service — 6:00
Evening Service — 7:00
Midweek Service — 7:30 Wed.
9 to 6
Fridays — f to f
WATERVLIET
FOR FREE fICK-UP AND OCUVSRY
Church School, 9:45 am.
il
Wor^dp Service, 11:00 a.m.
BILL S T E W A R T S
OTTO'S Sales &
RCA -
Evening Warship 7:00 p.m.
Midweek Vespers 8:00 p.m.
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HAXSON DAIRY
MAM ST.
350 S. Pleasant SL - Watervliet
Rev. C. Dayle WMranwrn, Pastor
Quality Ddry Products
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Sunday School — 9:45i
Morning Service — 10:45.
Youth Meeting — 6:00.
Evening Service — 7:00.
Midweek Service — 7:45 Wed.
TH* PLYMOUTH
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
A Member of the National
Association of Congregational
Christian Churches
REV. HARVEY R. LORD
PASTOR
FIRST UNITED
Methodist
Church
Rev. George Chaffee
Sunday School — 9:30 a. m.
Morning Worship—11:00 a.m.
Junior High and Senior High
Youth Fellowship—6:30 p.m.
Senior Choir — Wed., 7 p.m.
Junior Choir—Sat. 10:30 o.nL
Sunday School, 10:00 a.m.
Worship Service: 10:00 a j n .
Wednesday 700 p.m. Chancel
Choir Rehearsal
Mr. Hamberger, Director
MIOWAY BAPTIST CHURCH
(Between Watervliet and Coloma on
Red Arro* Highway)
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REV. WALOEN OWEN. Pastor
MONTDQO — OOCGAB
9:45. a-m. Sunday School. Graded
classes are provided for all ages.
11 am. Worship Service.
11 am. Junior Worship Service.
6:00 p.m. Youth Meetings. The
Junior, Senior, and Young People's
groups participate in planned programs.
7:00 p.m. Evening Service.
7 p.m. Wednesday, Midweek Service.
Nursery facilities are available for
tiny tots at all services. Qualified
attendants are in charge.
SALEM-LUTHERAN CHURCH
Park & Marvin Street in Coloma
Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod
Rev. Frederick E. Kipp, Pastor
Phones: 468-6367 - 468-5939
PENTECOSTAL CHURCH of GOD
ROGEL MOTOR SALES
Rev. Roger Campbell, pastor
CHURCH SERVICES
Coloma Bible
Church
LONG'S RADIO and T.V.
HOURS -
VukkAiAW
Territorial Road at
Benton Center Road
Rev. Curtis E. Orafl
IN M1S1
Dry Cleanlag
Calvary Bible
Church
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MIDWAY FLORIST
WaNrrKet Hardware
WOP and GREENHOUSES
SM N. MAIN
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HAMMERMUL PAPER COUP ANT
10:00 am. •— Sunday school.
Sunday S c h o o l and Bible
Classes — 9:00 A.M.
11:00 a.m. — Worship Service
Dhioe Worship — 10:00 A.M.
Holy Communion celebrated
the second and latt Sunday of
the month. S p e c i a l Evening
Communion Service — last Sunday of each month, 7:30 P.M.
7:30 p.m. — Sunday Evangeliftie
t
Service
FOUNDED IN 1910
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W A N t E D — ROOM AND
BOARD. Senior boy is looking
for a place to live while he attends Watervliet high school
this fall. Inquire at the Record
office 463-3461.
(R 8-8p)
FOR SALE — 1967 Mustanf
V-8 automatic. Wide oval tires.
Going Into service. Priced to
sell. See at 330 Paw Paw St.j
Coloma or call 468-5858.
FOR SALE — Portable baby
washing machine and wringer,
$37.00. Use for small daily loads
like diapers or uniforms. Antique single wood bed, $35.00.
Zinc baby bathtub, $5.00. High•halr, $5.00. Phone 468-6058.
(R 8-8c)
RUMMAGE SAL.: at 328 St.
Joseph Street, Watervliet in the
back yard Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, August 15th, 16th,
and 17th from 10 a.m. to 8
p.m.
(RC 8-8c)
BUSINESS
SERVICES
MACHINE SHOP AND SAWS.
Cut faster and last longer. We
sharpen all type circular and
hand saws. Also pruning saws
and chain saws. F a s t service.
Work guaranteed. Inquire a t
COAST TO COAST, Coloma.
(C 8-8, 15, 22, 29; 9-5, 12c)
N O T I C E S
NOTICE
The Paw Paw Lake Yacht race
area will be closed to all boat
travel on Sunday, August 18
during the American Power
Boat Association boat races,
which will be held at this time.
TOWNSHIP MEETING
The regular Township meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m.
Monday, A u g u s t 12 at the
Township hall.
Robert Curtis
Township Clerk
(R 8-8c)
nlmal W o n d e r l a n d ]
OPfN DAILY thru LABOR OAt p f
wUIZIZ >
PUBLICATION ORDER
File No. 23800
STATE O F MICHIGAN
PROBATE COURT FOR THE
COUNTY O F BERRIEN
Estate of Hermina B. Boyer,
Carter's Fanners Supply
IT IS ORDERED that on
September 9, 1968 a t 10:30 A.
M. in the Probate Courtroom,
Courthouse, St. Joseph, Michigan, a hearing be held on the
Petition of Henry Leverton, Executor, for allowance of his Final Account, and for assignment of residue.
Publication and service shall
be made as provided by the
Statute and Court Rule.
(SEAL) RONALD H. LANGE
Judge of Probate
DATED: July 24, 1968
James L. Colman
Attorney for Fiduciary
ADDRESS; Watervliet, Michigan.
(R Aug. 8, 15, 22)
Phone HO 8 - 4 2 8 1 — Red Arrow Highway, Colomt
HEADQUARTERS FORT
¥
FEEDS * SEEDS ¥ FERTILIZERS
Garden-Lawn Pesticide Sprays and Dusts Lawn Fertilii c n ¥ Wecdo * Mo-Go Destroys Moles * Shell No-Pest
Strips * Weed-B-Gone * Bombs * Fertilizer Spreaders
* Lawn Mowers * Slow Moving Vehicle Signs ¥ Fencing and Post * Barb Wire * Fruit Packages.
WATERVLIET PUBLIC
LIBRARY
TREASURERS ANNUAL
REPORT
JULY 1, 1967 TO
JUNE 80th 1968
1967
|
897.69
July 1 Balance
Receipts
353.28
Rentals & Fines
2,247.19
Watervliet City
1,990.74
Watervliet Township
989.79
Bainbridge Township
Penal Fines W. 5,212.80
6,414.24
2/5 B. 1,201.44
258.90
Slate Aid
McGregor Grant
658.63
Berrien Co. Library
League Grant
600.00
Combined Appeal
299.04
Gifts
94.26
Net Profit From
Candy Sales
49.72
Certificates of Deposit
Cashed
4,000.00
Interest On Above
133.43
Revenue From Copying
Machine
12.43
Total
18,101.71
Total Receipts
18,499.40
ERRIENLCfiUNIY
Utilities - Telephone
Electricity
Gas
Water
98.94
203.26
193.79
20.00
Total Utilities
Office Supplies &
Postage
515.99
31
279
$374.48
$200.63
$ 86.21
$159.05
$148.43
18,191.8a
1968
June 30 Balance
807.60
A Groovy Kind of Fun
FOR SALE
HELf WAHTEH
N O T I C E S
BUSINESS SERVICES
FOB SALE—Bafcrf. wcon# cutting alfalfa hay, in the fieW.
You haul. Call Dale Woolcott,
Hartford 621-3627.
(RC M , 15, 22. 29c)
FEMALE • E L P WANTED —
Woman for Fountain work a t
BUI Stewart's Drhre-Iny WaterviW. Phon« 483-5634 for appointment.
(RC tfle>
NOTICE — Dr. Cmmmf* office
will be closed from Augtwt 11
through August 25.
(RC 8-8, 13c»
COMPLETE DBUO
SEB VICES
FOB SALE: Factory seconds.
Two piece living room sets, good
fabrics. 575.00. New hours:
Monday and Friday 1-9 P.M.;
Tuesday, Thursday, 1-5 P.M.;
Saturday 10 A 3 f . to 5 P.M.; No
Wed. hrs. Corner of Niles and
Midway Avenue, across from
Wohler's IGA Store. St. Joseph,
Michigan. Sleeper special $179.
Save 580.00. Save up to 50% on
Nationally Advertised Mattresses.
(CR tic)
B E L T W A N T C 9 — NOW
TAKING APPLICATIONS for
bus d r t v e r s for th* Coloma
Seftoef System. Apply administration office, Cbtoma Sehnob,
Boyer Rood.
t R C 88, 15e)
FOR SALE—tV 9 Mufnarox TT,
mahogany c a b i n e t . $50.00.
Phone 468-4885. (RC 8-1 tfc)
BtmESS
SERVICES
BOOTS * SIDCMr—For
new roofs, or root repair; call
Ilarotd Simmons 463-81T7.
(R 8-1, 8. 15, 22p)
MACHINE SHOP AND SAWS.
Cut faster and last longer. We
sharpen all type circular and
hand saws. Also pruning saws
and chain saws. Fast service.
Work guaranteed. Inquire at
GAMBLES, Watervliet.
(R 8-8, 15. 22, 2ft; 9-5. 12e)
HELP WANTED FEMALE —
I F TOU have used AVON COSMETICS yonfimowryou can sen
them. Many tfoilara can beeam>
ed scrvteing customers in a territory near you. Call 963-9832
evenings or write Mrs. LaVon
Peterson, 1267 Westlake Woods
Drive, Battle Creek, Michigan
49015.
FOR
RENT
ROUSE FOB BENT—Gas heat
and carpeting. Adults only. Occupancy Septembr 4. $100 per
month. Phone 463-4710.
(R 8-8. 15p)
LEGAL NOTICE
PUBLICATION ORDER
File No. 15265
STATE OF MICHIGAN
PROBATE COUBT FOB THE
COUNTY OF BEBBIEN
DUPF1ELD FRTTT MARKET,
Estate
ot Rita Ann Bucher,
U S 33 north and Hagar Shore
Mentally Incompetent.
road 1-96 exit—Open for the
Season. Full line of fresh vege- • IT IS ORDERED, that on
August 26. 1968 at 10:.10 A.M.
tables and flowers.
(CR 5-21 fc) in the Probate Courtroom,
Courthouse, St. Joseph, Michigan, a hearing be held on the
Petition of Farmers and Merchants National Bank in Benton
Harbor, Guardian for the alFow4ance of its final account. Its
"IN
resignation and Its petition for
appointment of the Security NaCOLOMA
tional Bank of Battle Creek as
Successor Guardian.
TOWRSHIP
Publication and service shaH
Men with spray equipment be made as pcavkJed by the
Statute and Court Rule.
f o r coairol and eradicaiiDO (SEAL) RONALD H. LANGE
of Probate
of noxious weeds on vacant DATED: JulyJii'Jj?e
19. 1968
lots in the sub divisions of
(R 7-25; 8-1, 8-)
WANTED
seem
i?
526.61
419
1,184
200
11
1,503
Total Disbursements 18,499.40
Disbursements
Books
2,442.61
Salaries
6,972.10
Equipment - Shelving
38.16
Copier
448.50
File
39.93
Total Equipment
25,305
476
478
Janitor
647.401
Janitor Supplies
74.21!
Building Maintenance
196.71
Insurance
144.0$
Christmas Gifts
47.49
Trustees Fees
186.0()!
Berrien Co. Library
League Dties
801.601
Certificates of Deposit
Purchased
6,000.0(1
Certificates of Deposit
Building Fund
800.00
Miscellaneous
61.001
Total SuppUes
isr
1
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F O R SALE — Pontoon Rhreriji
Cruiser, 20 foot deck. Paw Paw
Lake. Call Weekends 463-5927.
(RC 8-8, 15, 22. 29; 9-5c)
PUBLICATION ORDER
File No. 23820
STATE O F MICHIGAN
PROBATE COURT FOR THE
COUNTY O F BERRIEN
Estate of Winifred G. Case,
also known as Winifred Geraldine Case, Deceased.
IT IS ORDERED, that on
October 16, 1968 at 10:00 A.M.
In the Probate Courtroom,
Courthouse, St. Joseph, Michigan, a hearing be held at which
all creditors of said deceased are
required to prove their claims.
Creditors must file sworn claims
with the Court and serve a
copy on Donald E. Young, 223
Division Street, Watervliet, Watervliet, Michigan, Administrator, with will annexed, prior to
said hearing.
Publication and service shall
be made as provided by the
Statute and Court Rule.
(SEAL) RONALD H . LANGE
Judge of Probata
DATED i July 16, 1968
Attorney James L. Colman
Attorney for Fiduciary
ADDRESS: 349 North Main St.
Watervliet, Michigan
(R 7-25; 8-1, 8)
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FOR SALE
bANCE CLUB FOR TEENAGERS
• EitirtiliMit • Sift I
Open Wed. & Fri. Nighte
Hearst 9 to 12
S203 PLAZA DRIVE
Turn South at Ashley Ford
Benton Harbor
276.05
the township covered by
weed contioi ordinance. Call
Roger Carter 468-4821 or
W a k Kesterke 4 6 f r 4 0 6 0 .
P I BLH ATION OBDEB
FILE NO. 18730
STATE OF MICHIGAN
PROBATE COURT FOR THE
COUNTY OF BERRIEN
Estate of John Spwgar and
REAL ESTATE
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HORSE SHOW
MHS APPROVEDSAT.. AUG. 17 AT 12:30 P.M.
SUN., AUG. 18 AT 1 PIM.
'
coupon
FREE
PARKING
Red Estate
• ••
For Sale
PAW PAW LAKE AREA
•A
Two Performtnces
.^&30 and 9 p j n .
Shower of Stars
Maye
-asraiiH ^
Fairgrounds - US-31 North
of Berrien Springs
Plenty Of Lighted Parking
' W T w o Performances
j g | 7 p.m. snd 9 p.iD.
Country and Western entertainment
,THURSDAY
Kienzle
TFind out how to make
' delicious everyday dishes
1 with beer—such as beer
meat Ioaf# beer chicken,
beer sausages and beer
[cake. And then there are
such gourmet treats as
mades
rarebits^and Carbonnades
:
iamandes. ,
Beer cookery Is as'
iditional as yesterdai
modern as tomorrow,
Beer adds a reafflavor treat.
Two Performances
p.m. and 8 p.m. ^
tijk
Continental
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1 W W a f t m b l l U m l W a k K f c l , Mkhiga^ T f a n f c y , hmfmk t , I H t
LIBRARIAN'S ANNUAL REPORT
JULY 1, 1967 • JUNE 80th, 1968
Jrs. & J.T.'i
13,820
U,485
Books Charged Out
820
116
Books Borrowed Other Libraries
360
116
Greenaway Gift Books
•Berrien County Lib. League
276
170
N e w Books Purchased
716
468
Books Removed From Shelves
100
100
Books Sent To Bindery
Books Received As Memorials
1,292
211
Books Received As Gifts
Moved & Deceased Patrons Cards
Removed From Files
109
New Patrons Registered
170
Cash Taken In
Rentals, Fines & Non-Res. Fees
Books Bought & Sold, To Patrons
Money Gifts, Over Counter
Desk Expenses
Candy & Map Sales
Story Hour Attendance
647
I f• •••••t « • i •••••
tZ
free pamphleL
Km iUa.Vak
Four bedrMM year around
h o m e . CompMeijr furnished.
Lake rigkts. vmm fur pier, enclosed iMtek. aataniatio Ra»
furnoa c, a patio * grill. $16,000.
e«|•
<• J/l. LttMIt c*nf/ MA Ml# • '
WANTED LISTINGS
Wo have buyers for tkree and
fMur bctooon bfwneo, acnges.
Cams and lake ptopcrly.
PHYlilS KIENZLE
REALTOR
PLAZA MOTEL
IN 3 - 4 4 7 5
Wafervliel
PHONE IN S-646S
water softeners
Morton's no. 2 Rock Salt
JAMES L COLMAN
Attorney
Hours 9:It-12:M aad
Mooriay — Friday
9:00-12:11 Saturday
PHONE IN 3-6781
4-22-67
PHYLUS L KIENZLE
REALTOR
Homes, Lake Property, Farms
sad Lois
OFFICE: PLAZA HOTEL
North M -140
• Psw Paw Lake, Watervliet
PkaoeDi
10-1-64
3-4475
For information write to:
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Negaunee, Kckagan
Phone 468-6955
Member F.D.I.C.
PHONE 621-3316
$4 W. Main
Hartford, Mick.
WATCH - CLOCK - JEWELR*
REPAIR
V a c u u i CTeaaer-Sewm? Mack.
SALES « SERVICE
FREE PICKUP A DEL VERY
10-8-69
Staidarrf Oil P r o d v c t i
Commercial Photography
Groups - Weddings - Portraits
Call IN 3-3859
COLOMA
Wktentlici
DEEP And SHALLOW
WEL^ PUMPS
E. L
RiCHCREEK
PUBLIC LIBRARY
134 Main Street
Separate Children's Dep't.
OPEN DAILY-1:00 to 5:00 p.m.
WEDNESDAYS-1 to 8:U0 pan.
Phone: IN S-6S81
RENE SPENCER. Librarian
Property Neettai To Sell
621-8050 or 6'»l-3407
17-13 tfc)
983-1872
Pianos • Bant! & Orchestra Ins t mines ts-Music-Rep air Service
Records
"Musk Is Our Middle Name'
224-65
M
O
D
E
R
Call the Clean White Truck
3-5-65
AWen 'Chum' White
Sand And Gravel
Beldozer, Truck and
Tractor Service
Telephone LN 3-3833
WATERVLIET, MICHIGAN
N1LS0N FURNITURE
AND JEWELRY
|
Phono HO 8-6187
Red Arrow Highway, Coloma
. (OLD US-12)
Liberal Trade-Ins • Easy Termt
Lay-A-Wayi • Watch Repairinf
9 29-63
DISTINCTIVE 11 \1K
FASHIONS
We Specialize In Styling,
Shaping, Coloring And
Permanent Waves
,
Martka'i Beauty Salon
Phone IN 3-3862
404 Mam Sti?ct,
WATERVLIET
Watervliet
RECORD
SEE US FOR ALL YOUR PRINTING NEEDS
• Statement#
• Letterhcodo
N
SEPTIC TANK CLEANING
Pkeee 925-3074
I HIRED IT
THROUGH THE
WANT ADS
THE
. Michigan
418 State St.
ST. JOSEPH, MICHlt. \N
RICHARD D. HUSTON
Salesman
CECIL W. t T P P
Real Entate Broker
Hertford, Mich. 49057
-
KNIEBES MUSIC MART
Watcrvlrt
Minimum Amount $500.
Interest Paid Semi-annually
Autonatic Annual Renewal
Delivered & Dumped in
Coloma & Watervliet
for $2.50 per 100 lbs.
HARTFORD SEWING
MACHINE & JEWELRY CO.
MRS. J. HENRY NORMAN
936 N. Main - Phone IN 3-5962
"Specializing in all Hair Care"
Open 9 to 9
YOUR HAIR - OUR CONCERN
4-9-65 •
l
INTEREST
ON OUR 12 MONTH TIME
SAVINGS CERTIFICATES
OF DEPOSIT
O f f i c e IN 3 - S 1 S 2
Res. Phone IN 3 - r 4 3
3-27-67
HAIR FASHIONS
BY ANN
NOW
5%
FOR HONE - FOR BI SLNESS
Auto - Fire - Life • Rood
HAROLD BACHMAN
Phone HO 8-8789
8-14-64
opposite golf course. Ideal
YOUR
MONEY
CAN
EARN
COMPLETE INSURANCE
COVERAGE
Church A Center Sfs.
Paw Paw Lake beach and
MARTIN A. CULHANE & Co.
1737 W. Howard St.
764-2900
Chicago, IH.
wiwvicr
Watanfi^
DON T0UNG AGENCY
343 Nsrth Main SL
PAW PAW LAKE
homes. Average size 6 5 x
140 ft. Owner will sacrifice
"trS?1"11
*
Business-Proiessional
Directory
LOTS FOR SALE
for building modest price
c a l l IR 3 - 3 7 5 1
WATERVLIET
WELL DRILLING
on lake all basis. Plat available.
SALT SERVICE
For automatic. ,
Pkenc IN 3 - 3 1 6 4
LEGAL NOTICE
P e t i t i o n of John Spingar, to
change his name to John Springer and wtfes name from Cath-
STEELE'S
STORE
CoHplrto — Accurate
PBESCBIPTTON9
WE WISH TO THANK THE
Stall off the Coramumty Hospital and Doctor GaUes. Abo all
friends and relatives for their
cards, flowers, visits and pray*
ers. My sincere appreciation
for everything while in Mercy
Hospital and home.
Duane L. Cameron
and Family
25 lots in subdivision close
erine Maybelle Spingar to Catherine Maybelle Springer.
Publication and service shall
be made as provided by the
Statute and Court Rule.
(Seal) Ronald H. Lange
Judge of Probate
DATED: July 15. 196H
ATTORNEY: Philip A. Brown
Attorney for PETITIONER
ADDRESS: 600 Main Street
St. Joseph, Michigan
(R 7-25; 8-1, 8)
DRUG
CARPOTTHAWLS
Catherine Maybelle S p i n g a r .
Change of Name.
IT IS ORDERED, that on
September 3, 1968 at 9:15 A.M.
in the P r o b a t e Courtroom,
Courthouse, St. Joseph, Michigan, a hearing be held on the
tsxssstfl
HUTCHINS
BEDUCE SAFE, staple aad
fast with GoBese tablets. Only
98c. Watervliet RcxaU Pharmacy.
<7-25; 8 1 , 8,15, 22, 29; 9^5,12p)
ADVEBTISEMENT FOR BIDS
The Board of Education of
Watervliet School District No.
62 wiH receive bids to be filed
w i t h the superintendent of
schools at his office up to 4:00
p.m. on -Monday, August 12,
1968 for supplying gasoline for
all school vehicles for the fiscal
year ending June 30. 1969.
Bid Infonuatiou
1. Pump and 5,000 gallon
tank will be furnished by the
school.
2. Delivery to be made in
4,000 gallons or more shipments.
3. Approximate total amount
—25,000' gallons.
4. Price to be listed net to
school, excluding all taxes from
which the school d i s t r i c t is
exempt, namely. Federal and
State gasoline taxes and sales
tax.
5. Include a chemkal analysis
of the gasoline to be furnished
with the bid.
6. Bids must be filed with the
.superintendent ot schools at his
office up to 4:00 p j n . Monday,
August 12, 1968.
7. The Board ol Education reserves the right to reject any
and all bids or any irregularity
in any bid.
Mary Louise Long, Secretary,
Board of Education.
Dated: July 22, 196&
BUSINESS SERVICES
• Hand Bill*
• En v dopes
• Tickets
• Factory Forms
Jage
SIXTEEN
T k t Watenrfiet Record, WatorfieC, Micliigu, T l u n d a j y A i g i s t 8 , 1 9 6 8
I SEE IN THE
SADDLE SHOP
:
LOCAL NEWS
(Conttnned from Page 1)
she has three generations ot
horses besides. Jean's first horse
iftas Babe. She's 22 years old
Bow, her daughter Is Hegab and
granddaughter Deedee. Hegab is
$ registered state champion, and
eil three live at the farm in the
horse barn.
The horse bam Is new and
|blg and roomy with an indoor
riding ring. At the present time
Jhe Tacys have 22 horses they
either own or are boarding or
breeding. They also board dogs
and they have four cats of their
own.
' The saddle shop, open weekdays 5 to 9 p.m. and on weekends 9 to 9, is operated by Bob,
is wife Jean and son Steve,
ourteen year-old Jon helps,
ino. Remember th® grand
Opening Is Saturday and SunJay. Even if you aren't intersted in horses or western or
nglish wear, the Hy-Hopea
Arabian Farm looks like a great
dace to visit. Stop in and meet
jie Tacys. They'll enjoy showig you around, and you'll enoy the visit.
»
Area Yonth May Enter
Display In Flower Show
The younger people of Wajrvliet and surrounding areas,
^111 have a real opportunity to
splay their horticultural and
krtistic abilities on Saturday,
August 17 at the South Elementary School. All are invited to
participate.
i There are classes for exhibit)jpg three large marigolds, three
imall marigolds, three large zinnias, three small zinnias, three
flouble petunias and three single
petunias. These must have been
|rown by the exhibitor.
, Those interested in exhibiting
i r e asked to contact M». David
Steele, Jr. for information. Call
463-4894.
THAT
CAMPS HAVE REUNION
The annual Camp reunio®
was held Sunday, August 4 at
Hays Park, Watervliet with 5#
In attendance. They came from
Watervliet, Coloma, Decatur,
Lawrence, Kalamazoo, Chesaning, Michigan and Chicago, 111.
The oldest member present
was Charles Camp of Kalamazoo and the youngest was Michael Allen Weston less than a
month old of Lawrence.
After a delicious pot luck dinner was enjoyed a short business meeting was conducted. It
was decided to hold next years
reunion again at Hays Park the
first Sunday In August. Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Breed were reelected president and secretarytreasurer.
RETURN FROM COLORADO
Mr. and Mrs. Relnhold Meseal and mother, Mrs. Clara
Messal, Coloma, and Mrs. Clara
Borchman, Chicago, recently returned from a trip to Colorado.
On the way to Colorado they
stopped at Boys' Town in Omaha, Nebraska. While in Colorada they stayed at Manitou
Springs where they visited the
Garden of the Gods, saw Cave
of the Winds and started up
Mt. Pisgih but turned back.
They went to the Black Forest
In Colorado Springs and also
visited the Air Force Academy.
During their visit they went
to the Petrified Forest near
Cripple Creek, to Victor, and to
Gold Field where the late Ephrlam Messal was a mining engineer in 1910, 1911 and 1912.
They were surprised to find
only six families still living
there. Cripple Creek and Victor
both had museums which they
went through to see all the old
mining equipment and antiques
IF A HAMBURGER
WERE EVER GLORIFIED
THIS IS IT!
OUR
NEW —
BURGER ROYALE
4 -
•
IT'S NEW
*
IT'S DIFFERENT
*
IT'S DEUCIOUSI
Our famous HAMBURGER covered with melted
cheese and topped with slices of CRISP BACON, *
lettuce and tomato. Served with French Fries.
TRY ONE TONIGHT
WATERVLIET BEAT BT
HARTFORD
In a scrimmage game played
last Wednesday in Hartford,
Watervliet lost to Hartford by
a score of 3 to 2.
Watervliet had two hits for
their two runs.
• • •
COLOMA 8, WATERVLIET 3
In a scrimmage game played
in Hartford last Thursday evening, the Coloma All Stars beat
the Watervliet Little All Stars
8 to 3. Greg Danneffel, who
played for the Cubs had the
only hit in the game that drove
in the two other runs.
The winning pitcher for Coloma was Hembree.
• • •
WATERVUET WINS FIRST
JOE RIDES SCOOTER — Joe, one of Warren Harding's
TOURNAMENT GAME
performing monkeys, rides a scooter as one of his many
Watervliet won their first All
acts.
Star game 9 to 3 against Hagar
Sunday night at Hartford .
Rare Animal Act Viewed By one of eight organ grinders left
Watervliet got 8 runs on 6
in the United States. His organ
hits
in the 4th inning. The winMany For Sidewalk Dayt
is a G. Molinaii made In 1882.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hard- I t was made by hand and is nig pitcher was Jeff Carpenter
ing, Peru, Indiana, were hired actually a small pipe organ. He (Yanks) assisted by J . McNees
by Patton Brothers for three acquired it from an organ grind- (Giants) and Bruce Harmon
days to entertain Watervliet er that died In Texas. He also (Cubs), Russ Evans, (Sox), J ,
children and grown ups alike has a larger organ which came McNees, (Giants), and M. Leith
during Sidewalk Days last from New York. They are not (Giants), each had two hits for
the Watervliet team..
weekend with their organ grind- available to buy.
• • •
er and performing monkeys.
The two monkeys are Joe, WATERVLIET LOSES ITS
Mr. Harding says he Is only
who Is 12 years old and Clan- 2ND TOURNAMENT GAME
cie who is 5 years old. They
The Benton Harbor Reds shut
also have Joe's father, Butch, out the Watervliet All Star
from the gold rush days.
On the return trip they went who is 27 years old.
team Monday night In their secJoe rides a tricycle, plays ond tournament game played at
over the Loveland Pass which
is a mountain with snow on It cymbals, threads a needle, beats Hartford by a score ot 4 to 0.
that is also called the Continen- drums, throws a ball and a The winning pitcher was B,
tal Divide as you can go up one large variety of other things. Hartman.
Mr. Harding says it takes 5
M. Leith (Giants), J. McNees
side of it and down the other.
They report they drove 2900 years to train than and Joe (Giants) and B. Puckett (Cubs);
miles and had a very enjoyable has learned to give candy away each had one hit for Watervliet^
• • •
which is very unusual.
time.
Clancie has learned many CUBS 86, REDS 5
things for only being 5 years
In the final game for both'
Skibhe Reoaion Held At
old and she plays the tambarine teams in the Little League
Bast Island Park Sunday
round robin tournament played
and also plays ball.
The 17th annual Skibbe reMr. and Mrs. Harding also last Thursday, the Cubs beat
union was held Sunday, August
have an animal stage act with the Reds by a score of 36 to 5,
4th at Bass Island Park at
larger monkeys and they travel
Greg Danneffel was the winPipestone Lake with 150 adults
all over. They are available for ning pitcher. Greg and Bruce
and children present.
any occasion by calling • area Harmon combined for a one hitMrs. Matilda Hafer of Watercode 317 phone 473-3831 or by ter.
vliet, who Is 85 years old was
writing to them at 382 West
Bruce Harmon had a grand
the oldest present. Karen SkibMain Street, Peru, Indiana slma home run for the Cubs.
be, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
This game eliminated the
Richard Skibbe of Eau Claire 46970.
Reds — the last team to be
was the youngest being three
eliminated in the Round Robin
month's old. Those traveling Plymouth Church Has Guest
tournament.
the farthest were Mr. and Mrs.
The Cubs didn't lose a tournaMinisters
During
August
Ivan Kakac of Johnson Creek,
ment game and had only one
The
Plymouth
Congregational
Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
loss for the season. When they
Amdt of Dowaglac received a Church will have as guest minlost to the Reds, 6-5. The Reds
ister,
Dr.
F.
E.
J.
Harder
from
prize for being married the
only
loss before the double elongest, celebrating their 48th Andrews University, August 11.
limlnatlon
tournament was to
The
last
two
Sundays
in
August
anniversary this past year. The
door prize was won by Carl the guest minister will be Rev. the Yanks, 10-7.
F. Wlllard Kime from Bangor.
Skibbe.
New officers elected for 1969 Rev. Harvey R. Lord and fam- FATHER SON CAMP OUT
Pack 62 Cub scouts and their
weer as follows: President, Lar- ily will be on vacation all durfathers will have a camp out
ry Walker of Palatine, Illinois; ing August.
There will be a Sunday School near Thunder Mountain Friday
Vice-President, Eldon Janke of
Benton Harbor; Secretary-Trea- picnic on August 25th beginning and Saturday, August 16th and
surer, Mrs. Larry Walker of at noon at Mortonsons on Forest 17th. The Pack has available
Palatine, 111.; and Historian, Beach Point. All classes and tents for everyone.
For more information please
Mrs. Fred Schmidt of Gast their parents, high-schoolers and
call Ray Ranes, 463-3255.
adult class invited.
Road. Baroda.
Next to Ron's Market and the Parking Lot
NEW STORE HOURS 8 : 3 0 — 5 : 0 0
FRIDAY MID SATDMUY SPECULS
AUGUST 9A and 10th
GERMAN CHOCOLATE CAKE
— AT—^
af.
s/u snwm's
Drive-In Restaurant
Phone 463-5634 — Witervfiel, Mich.
KNITTING
SUPPLIES
MAG KENZIE'S BAKERY
$198
FRESH ORANGE COFFEE CAKE
89*
WHITE MOUNTAIN DINNER ROLLS . . Doz. 3 6 #
PLAIN ANGEL FOOD CAKE
89#
• TARNS
• NEEDLES
• INSTRUCTION BOOKS
Featuring Pauline Denham
Floralles yarn $1.79; Molana
yam $1.39; dl Lino yam
$1.40; also new clothing pamplets. The Boye Needle Master Knitting Kit $14.98 available In sizes 6 to 15.
PHONE
Martha's Yam Center
463-4731
"HOUSE OF YARN"
Martha Styers
404 Main S t Phone I N 8-8862