06-10-1936 - Village of Pinckney

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06-10-1936 - Village of Pinckney
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T»inckney, LiYJngtton CountyTWicKigan Wednesday, June 10, 1936
Pieckney Team
Wins 4th Game
Cbildrens Day Is
Current Comment
Nixi Sunday
The Ann Arbor City Council may
nave started something when 1)1,-,D«f*aU Ann Arbor a t Island Park
The Following Proge 1 n Will Be passod an ordinance to license hutl'le
Thare Sunday, by a 10 to 3 Scora.
boards and other amusement devi.-es,
Given a t the Cong : - ^ 3 t i o r t a I
Haint» Pitch— Good B a l l
last
Church Next Sunday
"u~" week.
The
n i t oiiniuuo
LU iiuuu'e pryvidt
provides
that these machines must he licenced.
g f h e Pinckney Tri-County League
The Annual Children's Day pro1 The license fees are S.">0 f"r the iir-i
" S i won their fourth straight game
gram will bo givim by tlu> children bairieboard and $1U t o r each a.hiin they defeated the A n n Arbor
of th > Sunday school next Sunday I tional one. As these gamine; rmietuihs
n a t Island Park, Ann Arbor last
at 10:30. Program as folbws:are numerous and some piueo> have
day., 10 t o 3 .
as many as 25, this will put eon. id
, Prjcessionul
Pinckney's regulars were all hack
V '•4«t--litmf ta-m--H^"Horv-Tcmpte" Y c r u b l c e a s h - tnto -thv -ntj- -trerrsiny:
after their Decoration Day vacation,
[ W a y back us far as the menioiy o<'
1
Gi.ls* Choir
and Pinckney presented a strong
Invocation
Rev. Zu>o J man runs, thei\ has been t e m o ^ i m i
lineup with Smith, Lamb, Culver and
Welcome
Leona Ruth Campb 11 of gaming machines. Years ;:«o toev
Dilloway composing t h e infield, and
Wciromu
Harriet Bowman weie called nickle machine*; latei a.Dinkel, Fen-ell and Miller, the out( d i m e and 25 cvnt machines w « i '
Recitation, " F o r Children's Day"
field.
Searls did the. catching a n d
!, manufactured,
they weie
were icalLd
Shirley Reason
«x»^..mcu, cuuj
a i u u .>n
h a n d l e * Haines in fine style. The
Song
Girls' Chuir machines, as in all of them t h e mo:
Jonly thing lacking to make t h e setAnnouncements
" " was
'
'
' :into
" "ey
dropped
them 'by means
ting 100 r ^ r e m was Lpfty Reason,
Bapti-un
of a slot. They were invariably ii.
who was celebrating a "blessed
~ fixcrciscT^ThTCe" "ttohterr Kreys^ —
t disrepute ~7md~at ~TTffi":~nie offli - rs
v
event"
Kmuu t, Donald and Willurd
i of the law gathered them in and
Ann
Arbor strengthened
their
Widmayer
j smashed them up with sledge ii;.mteam by adding t h e two Busters and
Recitation, "Such a Sunny Day"
mers. These cleanups were loo spastilte Judson brothers. Pinckney got
Catherine Swarthout
modic to have any effect, and thoy
t o Buster in t h e second inning for
Following
Song
Primary Children continued to fk-urish.
five runs which would in itself have
,
G
o
v.
Fitzgei'atd/s
much-liv/aldou
Exercise,
"
T
h
e
Workers"
1
proved sufficient.
Searles v k d off
cleanup, the • machines were re.iudFour Intermediate Boys
with a triple, Culver singled, Ferrell
Recitatioi,, "Sunday School Station" eled a n d christened "baffle boa. us.'-'
flied out, Dilloway was safe on a n
Donald BabtfOck j They Were suppos d to give ihe -:.a>error and Hainei also tripled; Dinkel
1 tomer an even break for his n.;n<y.
Recitation, " A t Church"
singhd, Smiih forced Dinkel a t secIn most places they were allowea t
Margaret Widmayer
ond and Lamb grounded out. Re"\rlc-Song .... Muriel and Rosemary Read operate
unmolested.
Ann Avboi
scored in the third, Miller in the fifth
Exercise, "Five Little Flowers"
idea i t e m s to be the proper solution.
Lamb in the seventh, and Dilloway
I
Primary Children
So f a r it has been impossible to keev
and Dinkel in the eighth.
Haines
I Recitation, " I t ' s A F a c t "
them cut of operation, so why not
shut out Ann Arbor until t h e fifth
j
Lois Killenberger
make them pay their share of govwhin they got two runs on doubles
i Recitation, " W h y " Gerald Swarthout ernmental expenses.
by Rufus and Buster and a single by
j Song
Girls'/Choir
Squeak Judson. They got another
) Kecivatioii, "Advice"| .... Grant Cass
in the seventh. The rest of the time
Through Ronald Hibbard, the lilt! •
, Recitation, " A Sermbiu t t e "
Haines had them baffled.
town
of Byron is" receiving much fav\
Hobby Ciirr
Pinckney
orable
notice. .Hibbard
graduated
Recitation, "My Flowers"
AB R H P O A E
from
there,
starring
in
baseball,
footj
Dorothy Meabon
ball
a
n
d
basketball,
while
attending
0
Recitation, "Sunday School Harbor"
Smith, l b
5 1 0 3 0
»...&A.
Herbert Palmer high school. He competed against
Miller, rf
4 1 0 3 1 0
PINCKNEY
GRADUATES:
IEY
Pinckney's
senior
class
has
22
members,
who
are,
left
to
right:
Congregation Pinckney several tim< s. Through the
0
Hymn
Lamb, 2b
4 1 0 2 1
Top
row.
v—Thomas
Young,
Janis
C&rr,
Robert
Richardson,
Marguerite
Adams;
Resolve"
j recommendation of Coach Paui Ben0
Ward, 2b ,.
1 0 0 2 1
Recitation, "My
Second
row—Lucy
Hofanesian,
Phyllis
Sprout,
Harold
E.
CamphaU,
Jean
Graves,
Lyla
Lewis,
0
Mary
Charles
Reason
1 nett of Howell, he wa> given a scholSearles, c
4 2 1 1 0
Spears
j
ii
0
I arship a t Western State Normal. C JIRecitation, "No Better Friend"
Culver, 3b
5 1 1 4 1
Third
row—Margaret
E.
Curlett,
Andrew
Kirtland,
Jack
Reason,
Nor
ma,
E.
Amburgey,
0
!
lege, Kalamazoo. Ii • played or; ilie
Evelyn
M.
Darj
Mildwjd Fetch
Ferrell, c
4 a 0 5 0
row,
Lloyd
Hendee;
"
0
'
baseball team there three year.-. Las;
1 Recitation, **^<en and Not Heard"
B. Dilloway ss .... 3 1 0 2 1 0
Bottom
row
Robert
Dilloway,
Ta
mara
Kulbicki,
Fritz
Gardener,
Bennie
Van
Blaircum,
Stanley
Smaka
year
he was picked as the best c'>lk,<jre
1
Ross Lamb
J. Dilloway, ss .... 1 1 0 2 2 OF
and
Frances
E.
VanderWall.
•player
in Michigan and was a memb.r
I Recitation, " 5 2 Sundays"
Haines, p
4 1 1 0 0
of
a
team
which toured Japan. This
«L
1
Betty Fetch
. ,
!3E
Dinkel, If
4 1 1 3 0
1
year
he
was
the only baseball player
Song Geraldine Vedder and
Ann Arbor
I
picked
in
Michigan
to represent this
Helen R' ason .
AB R H PO A
state
at
the
Olympic
games at Brrlin,
I Exercise, " H ' w ' 0 Ke..p the Day"
R u f u s , 2 b .........:. 5 1 2 2 1
Germany.
No
mon
\
is appropriated
j
F J U I Gir's
C. Buster, cf, p 5 1 2 0 0
for
baseball,
and
the
money
must be
Recitation, "The Littl pird': i'ong'
E. Judson, 3b .... 5 0 0 1 4
raised.
3,500
Kalamazoo
fai.s
turned
Local Case Involving Hauling Costs
Jimmie Me•,•'.." s
Gould, rf
4 0 0 2 1
out
last
week
at
a
Hibbard
Day
game
Is Settled Out of Court
Recitation. " l ' ( ' Like *o b - •• 'ero'
Zahn, rf
1 0 0 0 0
and Byron held a Hibbard Day last
Rev. James Carolan
!
Kenneth Killcnh 'V-er
P. Rayment, e .... 4 0 0 7 1
Friday to raise meney.
All these
Pinckney High School Commencement I The case of Clifford H aines versus Masses 8:30 A. M. and 10:30 A. M. 1 Recitation / h o n s -JI tbe Tiird
0
0
0
0
Mercer, If
4
small
town
athletes
need,
apparently,
Is J u n e 17. B ^ c a l a u r e t e to Be
Bruce Euler was tried in the court Devotion to Our Mother of Perpetual!
-* tLenry Reason
Merch, ss
4 0 0 4 2
is a chance to make good.
Civen 5un«i?.v Nifcht
, Recitation, "A Sure Guess"
of
Justice
N.
0
.
Frye,
Monday
morn0
0
10
0
Help,
Saturday
at
7:00
P.
M.
'
W. Judson, l b .... 4
I
Garth Meyers
ing.
It was held in the town hall, Confessions 7:30 P. M. Saturday
D. Buster, p ...
3 1 0 1 2
The Black Legion investigation in
Next
week
is
commencement
week
and Hiram Smith of Howell repre! Recitation, " O u r Share"
D. Rayment r f .... 1 0. 0 0 0
this
state still seems to hold the lit' t
for
the
Pindkney
Jiigh
school.
The
sented
Euler.
Haine*
acted
as
his
!
Francis M ssersmith
Three-base hits: SeaTtes,**ttaines t Baccalaureate sermon will be given own attorney.
page.
Charges and c o u n t e r - c h a r g e
j OffcrtorV, Mrs. Buughn and Virginia continue lo be bandi -il al)out, and al
Rufus, C. Buster. Two-base h i t ; Q. at
the
Pinckney
Congregational
Buster.
Struck out by Haines: 1;
' Recitation, "A Little Wild Rose"
church Sunday night by the Rev. C. The case involved work dom: by
the nrpscnt rate it \sill take ten years
A. F. Brown, Leader
Haines
when
Euler
remodeled
his
»
Margaret Zuse
Buster, 7. Bases on balls, off Haines H. Zuse.
The Class of 1<.)36 will
to investigate them all. On tin I',O>H
Service** each Sunday
Exercise, "Working To-Gcther"
none; Buster, 1.
Left on bases: meet at the school and march there tavern and grocery store at Lakeland
of congress last week it wa.-. stall d
Six Girls
and landscaped the grounds. Haines Morning worship
10:30
Pinckney, 4 ; Ann Arbor, 8. Umpire, in a body.
that
the Michigan inv -*tigalimi would
drew some 55 loads of bhirk mnrW Special and separate services
Recitation, "The Sower" Swarthout get nowhere, as prominci t politi'muis
Conk.
Commencement night is Wednesday for the grounds and some
gravel.
Hollis
for the little folks-.
were involved. . T h e N a i u n a l Guaid
1 Doxology
J u n e 17 a t the community hall. The The muck was obtained from Orval Sunday School
Tri-County League Scores
of
this slat.e was a 1.-/) brought mlo it
1J.45
Hamburg 1 1 , Saline 10, 11 inn- following is the program.
Amburgey, who lives south of Pinckwhen
it was claimed that the L< ur 11
Classes
for
all
GARDEN
CLUB
MEETS
FROGRAM
ings.
Batteries Hamburg: Johnson
ney on what is known as the Peter
used
National
Guard hoi.-es af)(| w.-re
B. Y/ P , U
AT WOODWORTH HOME
>00
and Herbal; Saline: Hoeft and Radek; j March
" ™ * ^
Mrs. Florence Baujrhn Kelly farm. The total amount due
drillvd
bv
a
National
Guard olTiecr.
""
About 50 members of uie Livings
8 : 0 0
Manchester 4, Chelsea 3. B a t t e l i c s - .
Rev. Fr. Carolan Haines was a little over one hundred Evening Worship
This
man,
a
former
Monre phy.^'-ian
met a t the
Manchester: Jedele and Shied; Chel- Salutatory—Jams Carr, Evelyn Dar- dollars. Haines had traded out about Thurs. evening prayer service .. *:00 ton County Garden Club Fred
Woo.d-1
drnies.thc
charge.
At
t
l
v
nieelmg at
row.
$17.00 with "Euler while doing the
:
sea: Barth and Novess.
Don Patton, u young convert from home of Mr. and Mrs,
Pontiac
last
week
a
li.t
of
the Legworth, Friday evening.
Class History—Robert Dilloway, An- work. Euler gave him a check for Howell, w pr-ach in I he Pine
Games Sunday
ion
members
were
read
which
includcm
y
The Woodwoiih home is a beauti
drew Kirtland.
„$47.00 and a note on Orval Amburg- Baptist church 1 , S U , M a y u t
Saline a t Pinckney
130
ed
many
prominent
people.
A.
"M
Aii"V,"J
S
,
.
i
A
.
°
^
ful"
place,"~bV;
g
located
on
a
high
:
n
Class Giftatory Mary Spears. Phyl- ey for $38.00. This note had Abei
Hamburg a t Chelsea
lis
g ^ ?**{Tv] V »
h ^ r i>, 0 "r« V'Py i n v i U < ! t o c o m e a n d i wooded bluff, surrounded by gardens,
lis Sprout
Sprout, Lyla
Lyla * Lewis, t a m u r a -a,nCh
Manchester a t Ann Arbor
nf
L y l e Co e
8, ners
near trie Gospel as a young man finds waterfalls; and pools
" in
' a natural' setKulbicki, Lucv Hofuiusiun, Jean ft
? i
.
f - *" . f
'• :;Wc have often wondered why mor»
Offin*' Standings
Gravo£.
Haines had previously agreed to ac- [ it.
ting.
,
attention
was not paid 10 the muck
Tctr
Won Lost
n e tan din g
1000
Chorus
from
the
Grades
^
E
T
^
^
f
T
^
^
°
J
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?
2
u
,
.
lands
of
this
section. The pnncipa
Th
1
rogram
was
held
in
the
liv0
6
Hamburg
J
'
8
0
0
»
Class
Oration
....
Robert
Richardson
%**
VZu&,%
£
^
.
f
t
M
?
"
>
crops
raised
on
them a r c onions and*
ing
room
of
the
Ipg
residence
and
1
Thl S h e claimed
Pinckney
J
400 I Class Prophecy—
- .> h e w a s enable to do
celerv,
and
of
late
the onion c u p u
consisted
of
trumpet
s<dos
by
James
3
n h
u s k e d Eu
r to
e note
Saline
*
Norma
"Amburgey,
Tom
Young,
?
l
J
l
f
.
^
^
wu I
m
Q
+
rapidly
increasing
in
Michigan. Many
Hoff,
and
a
talk
by
Miss
Sarah
Coop3
• !
"
°- - •„ Uo™' back
a c k aand pay cash instead.
1
Manchester
^
Lloyd
Hendee,
Jack
Reason,
Ha?l
J
™
™*
5¾
^
P
i
'K'
Rev.
C.
H.
Zu»e,
Minister
^
«
,
u
»
.
,
from
Ohio
bought
t
V
t
er,
county
president.
.200
• , * „ A» i farmors
u m o DOU
muck
4
K .R
8
l
it;
received
t
o
m
e
t
^
^
old Campbell, Stanley Smaka Ben- ^ r ewf u s se cda ]al end d the
suit
resulted.
No
Chelsea
l a 8 t y f , a r i n i n J ? h a m a n d JackMrs.
t..
C.
Baughn,
Organitt
/
*
An
invitation
w:
T h e
nie Van Blaircum, Fritz Gardner. M
^r
^
"
witnesses were
•
J
. . . : * \ - the
t l , , . Battle
T 3 o , » l n ('reek
C\
with
Club on J u n , son counties and this was the cause
Ha ines
Pinckney Batting Average.
Vanderwall
.
\
Andrew
Singer,
14.
i t was decider! to send an ex of the increased onion crop.
Sunday Services
Class Will
H PCT. Vocal Solo..
R
AB
Car lot shipments by counties were
.416 Class Poem
0
3
Lamb ?:
12
as
follows: Allegan, yr>4; Arenac, 1 0 ;
.400 Valedictory
4
4
Waid
10
Barry,
10; Bay, 2 ; Branch i:V; Cal.375 Presentation cif Di|
6
4
Searle&l
16
houn,
5
8 5 ; Clinton. 3 » ; . b a t o n . 113
.357 Presentation of
5
3
Dinkel
14
Gratiot,
3 Hillsdale, 1 0 ; Huron, 4 ;
.307 Presentation of
4
2
Culver
13
ngham
140; Ionia, Ifill
Jackiion,
.500,
7
5
H. Haines .... 14
Wilson Memorial
3
%
;
Kalamazoo,
3
;
Kent,
02
;
L^eer, ^ ^
.250 Benediction
4
4
Ferrell
16
3
;
L
e
n
a
^
c
,
2
5
;
Livingston,
fi;
Monb;,
.154
1
Orval Amburgey was called, and mon by the pastor, just one s c r v i c . ments.
O"
Ice cream and rake was calm, 3 6 ; Monroe, 9 ; Muskeg-n, 4 9 ; , .-1
J. Dilloway 13
.130 ACCEPTS POSITION
3
3
stated that he had $25.00 coming for
^ children's
^ ob'cVAt the close of the
served by the hostess and her / daugh- \ ' p w i v « o 0 0 0 ; Ottawa, 4 0 ; Saginaw,
'Smith
23
ci
IN PITTSBURG, t h e black muck sold to Haines. Also . vice, the classes of t h e Sunday scnoo ters.
^ S t g Joseph, 2 ; V a n D u r w , 2 3 ;
NOTES O F + H E GAME
t h a t he expected t o pay the note will be called for just long enou'ii
— — o —
Washtenaw, 19.
when due. A conference was called; to obtain class records.
TIPLADY FARM SOLD
" ^ - interested parties.
Haines] _ Sunday evening at 8:QjO o'clock the
The old Tiplady farm, taken up
Commencement
CHURCHES
Justice Court News
Is Wednesday
Catholic Church Service
4-*
Baptist Church
Congregational Church
wuu..* <'™-\™< ~x*"m sir V J Class "A" students. We congratuweek for the annual gathering. S u p - '
playedt cehternckl. The latter had a j
R Usse n o n his success.
per will be served by the O. E. S.,
good day out there, shagging nve | m t e " u .
—0
after which a short program will be
M i aid
Pinckney w a s . lucky that th6y
bunched hits on Buster in the second
inning. Searje's and Haines' threeThe
baggers a n d Dirikel's single wrecked for Mi
the Ann Arbor team.
gratify!
Plan to come.
The twd JUdsons 8ttd t h e two B u s - , rtjme a n e a d o f the Philathrns. Also
Invitation Committee
tfera play on the Moose team and j o u r t ^ h e r was abs nt, b:ing busy
Nellie E. Gardner
were supposed t o strengthen the , w i t h children's Day rehearsals. Mrs.
Mr*. Don Swarthout
team. However, outside of C. Bus* • 7yjs6 . g a f a ithfu 1 and capable leader
H-~-CV
ter, they couldn't touch Haines.
| o f t n e phjiatheas, and greatly missed
Haines pitched a typical Hames { ^ ^ n o t i n c l a s S i Our members wil'
SCHOOL PROPOSITION
KamG. He took it easy most of the j m a k e s p 2 c j a i , ff ort to bo on hand
CARRIES AGAIN
time, only
bearing
down
when
nccesmmer
months,
tmd
al!
: d u i m g t n 6 s c SU
•Illy u v a i > M Q « v - - - — - gary. Only one batter was struck newcomers in the community arc ir.- A' t h e special election held a t the
vited t o join our group as of ten -'hs Pinckney school last Friday night.
out by him.
both propositions carried again for
possible.
,
The Pinckney outAcld had a busy
One
We a r e n o t meeting for business the fourth consecutive time.
day, catching 11 flies. The Ann Arrrovided for bonding the district for
and
the
wcial
hour
this
month
unl
bor batters invariably hit under
$25 000 for a period of twenty-ftvc
Haines' curves.
- later notified, the June committee
vrars
The other increased the 15
a nd
Pinckney plays Saline fcere , 1 u k i n g August instead,
mill
tax
limitetion 4 mills higher for
that team should be all » t t o give.
^
n e x t Sunday's lesson is, " J e a
oeriod
of five yeart.
Pinckney a stiff a r g u m e n t I t t o o k i g t t 8 Crueifled." Luke 2 3 : 33-46. " I t
'
¥
£
£
•
wire
only 2? votes cast, all
Hambarg 11 inning* t o trim them t 0 0 j t ^ b e s t of Heaven to save the
10 to U Uit Suaday.
vorst of earth."
of which frvore* the profQfittoft.
:
n
University of Michigan h a s a largo
camp a t Patterson Lake for boys
which usually runs from July 1 to
For stealing .lot ,
^
¾
¾
September 1. The Y. M. C. A. hasbeer garden, according to_ the J a c * >
the one a t Silver Lake and the Red .«« r l t l i e n Press, T e d Daniclwi
Cross girls has a similar one at Ore bO°m S m i S a n d Walter Slaby w
Tnl/A
S v e n prise n sentences by
#
;
^melwicZ
Following the death of Johnson K S S last Thursday
Tiplady, the farm was owned by his 0 ••« 15 vears; Smith 2 t o 10 y<
son, Frank for many years. He died L d SWby, 1 to 15 years. W e won
several years ago and the place was ?f the effect of this sentence wiU
placed on the m a r k e t by his heirs. S, legalise- slot machine^ I n m
We understand Norman Reason made cases, slot machine hi-jackers w
bccli'f^donthegr^dst^
th
a
V e a r c informed hy Norman Rea- machines arc
^ ^ { J ^ J S ^
son that ten cabins a r c now m pro0
g
cess of construction, and » ^oxOO ft to t h e l a w , J v a v L T j 2 ! L
mess hall will be built. The camp
OPENING 13 P O S T P O N E D
will
operate
approximately two
months each year. _____
granddaughter, Mrs1. Virginia Reiner,
of Ann Arbor.
The deceased conducted a barber
shop in ^Pinckney some 50 years ago
and was very prominent
in the
social life here. He was a good singer
played a bass viol in the famous Larue orchestra, composed of Chas. Lar u e , Wm. Hoff and Nelson
Potter.
While here he joined the Masonic
lodge. When he moved to Brighton
he transferred there
He served as
0
—
On account of the vast afnoej
master of the Brighton lodge, and
NOTICE
'
work
involved, the opeiijllgej
two years ago was given a life rmmThe
Junior
King's
Daughters,
new
drug
store has bey* Vff
bership by them,
(Blue
Bird
Group)
will
meet
a
t
t
h
e
W
M K oby
y vC.n H. Kenned* Ti
a
week
His only daughter, Florence, died
several years ago.
Ira was a hail nom» of June Umb on June 16 at o f t j ^ p e n f c g U »ow tei f
go. Watch next n u T l »
fellow, well met and an e»«t to any 6 « 0 L P . M- Pot-luck.
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wmmunity,
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laot ft
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vYwhen we give **a Pft0s7i*/
.our Tnlad''
usually thrown
Jackson—As a paatoi;|ke^cono
anger orfjucUemei
,m of Jackson Priiol^ifc. 8 <
times we a i p n l i l g s
be dosed. T1>e#isen co
We with
laat «f May.wa* i,62fi. The
harsh
populatifln was 5,784 in » 3 2 .
spoken.
^ i ^ - E c p r e s ^ U t i r e , of hoV
But they are-gone- forever. We
pltals who appeared before:/&e State l4PftWi.^^*rhe*d^v®: JWde ithjeiiT:
I
I
J
Board of, Tax Adorfnistratkm to aski Igmrgs&jpnj jam! tpa;
y
i;* ((haar| -, haj
i «(
that ^ ^ iastitatlons be exempted
be^yqgA^JeA^fRwMje.efi mlcd la
perceitt seiea tax on pujrthe result of seUScontroL
miutVltto
JbyfiiMQ/td
t) W, •ftw* Ntw«p*p«r Qaien.
400,000 miners, Sidney Hillmanfa
Rural Housewives of World
Amalgamated
Clothing
Worker*,
In Convention
David Dubjnaky's International L4
URAL housewives from many conn*
*rfM v—<,« * K ^ . •*!.* ^ ^ m o i ***' Garaent union, the oil workIf ?4ke; end lecv'xtna mercy' wene
Rapids—Sixty veteran em- *
44^aotitfaebegipfairig of I another 1 we
copter eoce-rn Washington with Mr*, hat, cap, and millinery worker*,
were/viMione.T^Phmp
Henry. - nu:^
to
45
y»aw,
^were
hono
red Watt of Canada presiding. mine, mill, and smelter workers, and
. * O T f f » ^ r Co>( c e ]
.8 oJ 01 .'/"briii
Their first meeting textile workers.
hrati<|fitB fifty-fito ana^Wrsary he Di;TTTTiT 9T;V-|V Aiaiu^w >-.'v>f::ivi!i'i
was held in 1930 in
iaJlii
Mji'/JISV
recently. Gold watchea' were p
Vienna, and the second
tentea to S3 of the guests.
in Stockholm three Liner Queen Mary Pails
years later.
Secre- to Equal the Record
Detour — Druxnmond-Island w i l l
l T3Trrrr *J!TJ ^ninfOffnio*> ^¾¾ .Tmrrn
taries Bull and WalRITAIN'S magnificent new liner
Itave- a new 100-foot Btoe*-^|e tow :r
lace and Mrs, FrankQueen Mary was gifen an uproariboys froai
summer by
lln. IX Bnososelt, .wifeJ oua welcome at Now York as she com^¢11 01117
of the President, ex- pleted the first leg of ber maiden trans2» ttwennan's <^in, fftre mllei of tel ;- but a 4ta»i4n,ltajiuit.gained:a heap
tended greetings to atlantic passage. The giant steamship
pjione line and a mile of truck trali1 «f: nnb^cjlyi in 1816» aays the Monthe . visitors,: bat be- fcehaved well in every way but fell
^Mtjui^j^—iya^,0}U^:pt
|unds t ie tEeai Herald^ : The phenomenon , was
yond that there were short by 42 minutes of equaling the
first seen in Europe, over Austria*
Ludington and Indian Btaie Partys, Jtist before sunset A nrfn "who apno set speeches and record set a year ago by the French
two of Michig|^^ newesj^will not
Mrs, Alfred little formality. In- liner Normandie. The Queen Mary's
peared to be waving a small Sag was
open this Bumnaer, P. J. IJo^mas
Watt
stead, the farm wives -officers offered no apology for this, but
emblazoned against the sinking sea;
director of OojEUfSrvation, aanounci
held "exchange of experience" • sea- it was public knowledge that her speed
an^t "H Whole eountry shuddered at
J*ifty->three Stale: parks were maie the onien.
sons, viewed emborafe exhibits of had been cut down by a fog off the
,
availals^ for puhttc use beginning
rural needlework'and charts- of organ- American coast.
The, next day England saw the
ised countrywomen of "the7 participatmpin'lfefltaeon, and America reported
The QOeen Mary averaged 29,13
ing nations, and * attended "open knots on a measured course of 8,158
P«troi^-^rowing outttf the murder haying seen It in due course. Bat
fcouses" held by all branches of the nautical Wiles, between Cherbourg
jf'iCNfcNl- A,;f*o^'iw:;WPA worker, America, naturally, had to be diffederal government ML which eooh- breakwater and Ambrose light, cominvestigations ate being made to dfe- ferent They, sta,ted, thaV the man
trywomen are partictOarly interested. pleting the journey between those two
termlne the extent and character of way lying down, appeared to he
In exchanging experle'nces the points in 4 days 12 hours 24 minute*.
the org^nizat^m and asctivities of a ttreoY and, di4 not poaaess a flag.
At the End of an Baalish Syliran Path*
women . Jearped, among other things,
terrortat hand^tenown in? Michigan i s Buf no one ever explained the Man
that: '
. '][.[._, ':,"Jr.,,!"." ',] ; ,.
the Black Le^pn, A Federal invesii- In the Sun. He was last seen oyer
Business Men Oppose
Pr*pir«a
by the WttlonaJ 0>wgr»ph1e SoelatT, previous tenant, which may Include gation of the Black Legion and simi- West America, 1 Quite a Anmher of
English groups nave ' stl mulated a K&puRty
—
Coal Bill
^
Wec&iagtoB,
D a—WNU Service.
.repairs- and decorations of importance.
remunerative revival of quilting to Ti &TJ=L the United States Chamber of
lar organizationj is probable.
*~ people, of; course, linked 1 him np with
F ANYONE wants to know the En%f|^'|t ^ a w o r ( j t 0 e i ^ sosp'icion.
supplement the family ihcolne.
Clinton—St John's Episcopal churc^ I*ep0le0n» • • >
^ant^aya
are _
not
the prdlaic
first
Australian countrywomen maintain £> Commerce and the National Assolish
eofihtryslde,
let
him
s^^nai»»-kt.ii-*:.
^
^
.
«
J
iV
Thecoma foniilamee,*: one of the oldeet churches in Michi-'
seaside homes for - convalescents. ciation of Manufacturers isfirmlyop=7*fr
buotihg. On such a queft.he
-TT
posed,
to
the
new
Guffey-Vlnson
coal
agg;:|rf:ful}:#l»gg<ftf^ gan, observed it* centennial on June
Canada's Federated Wdmen'rf instidiscover
Nature'aicosy^^rher*
4 The snia^ whtU frsjnie building
tute promotes Club* for rural youth control bill designed- to .replace th_e act cajraab' never .find. They At*
romains
the Banw*Vwkfl«J built, with
as; Chirlitmas!^tt nMe^-#$^ant!c'
and combat* maternal and infant declared invalid by the Untted States wftere'/'but as ingenl6u«ry eoneei1
the pxceptioli of an added chancel, ves^
Supreme court
mortality.
'•'[,',[
a bird's nest There may even.he a plewore Of payingstentt., ..
tibule and vesteyj room. The f hureh
fuw a ^ ^ ^ j ^ ^ , >
Harper SiMey, president of the cham- sign which says, "Danger<>oa,narrowj. S3 , ^
By conducting evening '.clafeae* for
read.,
Enter
«
our.
own.
tftk^.BuC
1
,
,
,
^
^
^
,
^
^
y
i
^
ia^ene-^ef fewi.JEJpiscopai^ciiircht^
yeaog/ girls JDanlsh,/ countrywomen ber, and James A. Emery, general cow*,
have helped to check their migration sei for the manufacturers' association, that is just the kind of place: i to insist asna£jt.,af % i tpor. ij ^^.jjpaa^l ft tofet J established Jby the Rev^W,^. Listen
•>•'•°
to tows to seek factorj «rota>',
recalled, In almost identical language, upon pwetratlBgv "-'-••
about by commodious omnibuses. They *h*s> xntsdwmvyjftt the 48B0!ar
,
Enter
on
foot
if
you
are
afsaid,
but
t
The Bast Africa Women's league that the most,widely discredited phase
Unaiag^fjlfc b«a^ df^-fMichigln
; set>y«* dawn^on the. ijpaifl, nptdA^here
visits native women in prisons and of the defunct KRA ww price fixing the car can'squeeze in. ^ou'flnd your local motor cars with drivers can be•ffi&W
frrWtumett-Mf^oulH
Bospitsls and provides information to through codes. The new Guffey-Vin- self in one of those incomparable roads
renting W i s a suWmer^^«ackii5c
prospective white settlers,
son bill,' they aald, like the old bill, If m e thbhels of imng' green:- Eta then
Gradually you come to know the TsTKBoT^TIlIt fluaim; buuiinrtiew of t$#
designed to establish price fixing by bankr of ivy and wild flewvs rise ten distriiots not to> far from
State Administrative Board has mads
• fLondbn
t
H u g e Deficiency1 Dill
levying a prohibitory tax on products feet^Mgh to be tdpf«^j!by|tall trees
$6,000 avafhjbJrtfetaiQaedfte^fehT A nn Hp 0 ji t S W W i , d o r a
of mines which do not submit to its aprtfhrW)* the ortgTnarhWge planted |
five State^owiiwi nouses ^%nV»1«nd,
Passed by Senate
The first point of wisdom is to dlea hundred years ago. The road keeps
The chairroaa of ^he Mackinac Park cem that which la false; the second,
HE senate by a tote of 62 to 14 provisions.
requisite
of
tbe
ideal
English
small
ion gnesling by making stfc* Curves
It is time," Mr. Emery said, "that
Qojsi&^spoiirjestiiasates that proflta to know' that which is true.—La«passed the deficiency bill carrying
:
M t house that It should 1 look as U tt^ba| IAS7WWW0, of which sum $1,425,000,^ we began to analyze these stop-ga Hri ^»t>Sero Js Ae/.peaeir|^ ( ;ftaJ^
^ffoTfl'Vestals
would yield the State tantibs.
pushed ItseW tp from Nature's labors*
drafted
hurriedly
in
an
attempt
to
of
what
lies
ahead.
0
000 is handed to the President to spend as
tory of the earth, just as the shrubs, $1,000 a year.
make
permanent
law
of
the
things
that
All
at
once
a
gate.
Within,
a
hit
of
a* pleases for "relief and wort relief."
flowers, end trees have done.' Thei
Teeumseb — Rattlesnake* are «inAs passed by the <hx>uaeT ^he measure are beyond control of congress and ol woodland, flower-brighteped,; beyond are dose kin. They all live1 together ln Oreasing rapidly in this seetSon, as a
toned the entire amount of relief the federal government; things which that, a sunny garden, moldy mossy harmony end beauty.
result of thousands of-acres being de^
money over to WPA Administrator must, in the end, be harmful to the walls,...lattice, windows,, creepers all
Districts not too far from London voted to the raising of soy beans. Prenation as a whole. Those who object abloom and reaching to the roof tiles, contain an entrancing variety of old viously cows were turned out to pasn
-Harry Hopkins,
Three Democratic senators voted to the new Guffey-Vlnson bill did not which are toned from dtkl red to gen- ttylee. The ttoose of carved interiors tore along the river bottoms and! the
against the bill—Tydings of Maryland, even have an opportunity to present tly areenhf two; ^tuj-ies of soft and scrolled gables is a'specialty of grass never grew high. Rattlesnakes
rains and sun.
Bulkley of Ohio and Byrd of Virginia. their vajid reasons for objecting."
Kent; the thatched- roof hides beside had no place to hide and they were' AmasiHg New Invemtoa el W. C
By a senate amendment, the bill
Who would hot penetrate the Wood the roads of Hampshire's New Forest; controlled easily. Two rattlers have CeJeelSfi Bring* All the Modem Cos*
authorises the President to order a reto gaze closer—especially when a/med tbe cottage of light-gray stone make's been killed in the village recently and Vfflieets* of Owy Gss to HOOMS Ie*
yesid Hi* Cat Mainestudy of reports on the $200,000,000 Pope, on His Birthday,
with a handful of permits from a real glad the villages of the Cotswolds; and farm employees are under orders not
Florida ship canal and allocate an- Denounces Communism
estate firm? You pass through the bit the Georgian, or rather Eighteenth* to enter some sections without shoes.
Economically-minded housewtrea
other $10,000,000 to carry on work
ATHOLICS the world overi cele- of flowered woodland gay with yellow century houses, scatter their elegant
will share the enthusiasm of W. C.
Houghton — The Western Montana Coleman,. lAyen^ve Renins* for hia
upon it during the coming fiscal year.
brated the seventy-ninth birth- primrose patches and masseu' blue- lines in all parts of the land. Timber
Rockies
will be the scene-of the g%ol- new gas-making r " ' ' '
Efforts to do anything for the Pas- day of Pope Plus XL and the pontiff bells. But on emerging from the j and piaster houses tempt one almost
ogy-research trip taken for seven stove "which cooks
aamaquoddy tidal project in Maine had hllrnstff marked the day by atteooS screening trees and seeing the > open everywhe,re. xriqb. their tudbr charm.
proved unavailing.
lng a solemn masB in garden lying ln the si and the house .1 West of Southampton lies the witch- weeks this summer by a dozen upper- a meal lor 2c or
St Peter's in tbe forming a part of it, you gasp and ing wood of < the New Forest, where classmen of the Michigan College of • 1 « W » :
,
;' i'
Mining
ahd
Technology.
The
mining
,
The
new
Colepresence of 40,000 halt
N e w York's Wage t a w
M
fine leafage piles delicately up and
man Range will dp
pilgrims who went to
I s Held Invalid
up against the sky, and where tbe road and geology students will set up their the family cooking
This
is
the
bouse
of
your
dream*.
Rome especially for
base camp 75 miles west ef Helena. In
EW YORK state's law providing
A servant appears and explains that slips softly Into mossy turf of green, addition to mapping areas near Bytte, at a cost below
tbe
occasion.
These
suD-spahgled. Out Id'the sunny tangle
minimum wages for women.and
that of coal, wood'
were mainly members tin bouse is to-be-let and is at your
Helena, and in the Little Belt Moun- or kerosenestbveei
minors was. declared unconstitutional
service;
the
fcasei
is
for
sixty-five;
«f
open
lands
the
wild
forest
ponies
of the Catholic Actains, they will go underground for and do ft quicker _
1
by the United States Supreme court
tion o r g a n i z a t i o n years! Exclamation marks rattle about roam free amid gorte and broonj and mine trips and will visit several smel- and better*.'-"- 1...1,**••*.'
on the ground that it conflicts with
which Plut XI found- jn your heedr-¥e« stagger away, feel- heather.' Farther along, where' the ters.
This remarkable new Coleman
> ,. ,
the fourteenth amendment by violatroad Strikes the edge of the wood,
ed, and to them ( ne ing: a kinship with Adam anoVEve.
Safety
Range lights instantly just
Belding—In 1910 Walter Kingsley
ing freedom of: contract* The.decision,
stand ideal cottages withv thatched
like gas. Makes its own, gas from
spoke for nearly iMa
written by Justice Butlee,, was con.roofs, jjfhe window's of the siecohd story started carrying mail on the dustyH ordinary lead-free gasoline, Ita
11
6
You
select
another.
hQuse
which
yoa
xi
k*
^""**
denounced
curred in by Justices Van.pevanter, Pope Plus A 1 communism, as he
jare yeiitabta eyes which kindly con- treeless street that led up Peck'* Hill patented, fuel-saving Band*A-Bin
consider
a
perfect
ge'na,'oniy
to
be
toid
McReynolds, Sutherland and Roberts.
template, .The casement of one is here. As a hot summer son bebt Burners are easily rerulated to exChief Justice Hughes and Justices has done on other occasions, and de-' that it is hot available for "instant thro^w- back aad the ros^r face of a down on \)i& head, it presently Hatched actly the heat desired for frying,
aa idea. Kingsley would make some bQUiflSybaktiif. or broiling. .
Stone. BrandelS and- Cardoso dissented. dared the Catholic .press was one of possession.". The present tenant has girl, laughs with pretty boldness.
sir. Coleman uses Eterflu* Metal
shade!
He began planting seed^ and
A number of other states have statutes the best forces in combating the com- the place for four years longer.
This:'Is a country of tbatch. More
munists.
for
tiie fuel t§nk; a big safety feaThese,
and
other
interesting
rental
similar to the one thus held invalid.
seedlings, but it was Blow work for
It was evident to all observers the customs you may learn in English cottages watth by the roadside. Some one man, so he recruited, the. Boy ture. Everdur metal will not nist
or corrode.
bat are so elegaatiy kept that
pope's age Is beginning to tell on him real-estate offices. Mayfalr IS full of are' tone,
!
Scouts. This spring Kingsley reZioncheck Nabbed for
In addition to providing: wis?
only
a
lover
of
the
picturesque,
a
po*
and that he found the long ceremony fascinating real-estate offices, most 0 /
signed,
but
for
several
years
he
was
cooking
advantage of the finest
city
tfeere,..
T e s t of H i t Sanfcy
very much of a strain.
1
them seeming like private homes, with, l(etel atjtlst, would be living
able
fo
Walk
up
Peck's
Hill
in
the
gas
.
range,
Mr.
Coleman
*':
new
;
ARION ZIONCHECK, the pecultar
That the pope's health is causing their open flres; Chltipendale chairs^,
^bn coine to 'one of, the richest of shade of a man's idea. ••• ••
Range adds beauty in the kitchen
representative
from,
Seattle, some concern also In; Vatican* circles and bookcase desks.
all districts ^or those 'Whtf'ntrnt the
distinctive styling and pleasing
Lansing—Recent steps of Lansing: by
Wash., outdid all' bin ; previous per- was shown by the fact that the plans
irrive at tbe
"Mr. Uppertbh and Partners'' is t^e, ^tjeaif )|Quse *hen jpd
color
effects in'gleaming (Porcelain
formances to en* das* of .Wtfd deeds that were 'originally mtrde for the dlyek-tlng arid reticent sign over the' l^ls fit tbe'.Cotswords1.- ^radoally its officials toward. construction-, .of a enamel finish. :^
v-,-.-w.
and landed" In t2ie> Washington mu- pope to bless tbe crowd gathered In door of ope of these.' Lovely way of li^Ve' atone' 'houses catch you in the sewage disjosal plant have proven
Readers of this paper wishing
nicipal hospital wbeee-ala sanity was . ^ .PeterOs square, frpnvtbe outer bal- expressing it; tJpperton, Stoggs, Chair spj^l ..of. -th'eir .'beauty.' They spread satisfactory to the State, officials of lull•irtottoafUon/abopt<these wonto be tested." He had made two at: cony of the Basilica. Were abandoned and Jones Is outdone by the dignity <A, jthemse^ves>esjde tUie, r^d,. taking' oh tbe Michigan Stream Control Com- derful Coleman Ranges will receive
tempts to se« the President* saying be rat the last minute, '
aKDost, human qualities, Tb'ey; lift their mission have indicated. The>; Cfty- illustrated literature* and a valua"and Partnera,',
a, 'bleStova-Ctfiflck,.Chart by addresswanted to ask for jma'eitfqe. guns, and
. Any of these, gentlemen,; caa teach galttes w;«h ^gn^';,th>v ;aj>r^ad their Coundl recently employed consulting ing a poatoard to w . C Colbman,
tanks to blow np afcoie)'wb^'rebe susUse eager American client'new OSes' tmditofled-,;, windows witnVJra.hknesa. engineers to draft detailed plops and Dejj^Wl^^WtcbJ^.Xansas^Adv.
pected his hvide wasjbtdlng; sought a Japanese Find Excuse of English words and phrase* -i*" Their .afrmmftrj,/seems; of ;$fie highest created a fund tofinance• the - $990,000
warrant for the .arrest of vice Presi- ice Action Ui; China
teal-estate 1 jargenf 'Whether or' hot a'rt,<3»f tt; 1* saW theaf^lovelv houses project from delinquent taxek> The *l ' * ' " ' I I I I . . U J J . I ' ! • ' • - f ; i | i ) ,
HERS wak.every ceason to believe be offers the ideal ewcieot boose and were bufle-s* 4af»l%x.MMajiM^ They City has applied for Federal funds , | ; ! ^^•^eek'Ne't.ll.Teiitra' :i':-r
dent Gamer on the belief that he knew
that Japan bad found, or mauuiac- rt man tic garden. Arid it fs here that took the warm, light stone of the lapd, to assist in building the treatmept ' Tgi'betft .sort of reveng*tarnit to
where Mrs. "Zioncheck was concealed,
and l n •artotss other ways persuaded the tured, excuses for .further encroachremade of It, piant, which would end pollution of be tike Ifftb1 who did the injijfy.—
ji«^Wli?
authorities that his mental condition ments in northern Cfiioa, and that se-t ;o ten learn that the rent of n n f * n i s h ^ All
'"•An'tonlhua.'
seems^a peaTrf'grly.^nd^on this Grand "River.
Tioue eenfnct between the,two, nations Dooseils denoted rhipound* sterling, Jdeal color cl^nb the bright flowed of
Should be investl^oiedw;/,
ii
M t Clemens—There is stfll a pos*
r
-Uifc
would ehsoe unless China were sub- while the furhtsnetl liouae sth*ttly,de:
J
:
:
:
sibility that Mt» Clemens may ; be
mands .gui^eaa^ian extra shilling, op • * ^ ^ J ! M S ^ - - ' .
mfssWe.>
The
Japanese
alleged
that
a
Civil War in A ; P : o f 1^
^,
1 1
designated as a site for #^11,480^
r Mmr a^clna Pjacea,
bridge bn the railway Une^hetween each pound.
1
- Btpected Soon
,.
Sou
also
learn
that
company's
water
J
Too-lia^aridBgaad drift frop road 000 veterans' hospital. The l o c a l
tfanako: and. Tientsin' was destroyed
1
•laid
on"
merely
means.^but
domestic>
4SB of tbe richest unions in the •nirtftat there, wae *n -attempt to
'to lapfc;' from villaie: to farm, drinking Board of Commercs baa? renewed its
. Ameri can Federa dop of Labor, .wreck a tiodp train: The highest Jap- water flows from upejaatead pf beihg< iti; eVery^etaDUof. thate houaps—the fight for tlte $ t o j s ^ i i $ r temporar; /navlDg mote than *• mUlioo.'metriberai' anese officers'hv f<oi«h ^Chlne 'were jumped up frmi well: or cistera W ^or^^rdatbeat^eeet the leaded win- ily slowing up on receipt of word that
'" probably will fee snapended; soon by summoned to ,% conference1,in Tientsin. deed, ose most not visibly shudder'to' Jowi'-the-'^o^ natejeh of the front the Veterans Administration had apJlie redetftfenV ; eaocoUve. 'council, , yaklchlro Suma, Japanese j consul leam that for 300 jeers hauses have door,- the beafltles :ef the hack of the proved a site donated by Henry Ford
laid at tntr text «mveetloo they will general to Nankini Je^aVW pohliciy been occupied by geotrr. saodeno smart I house, >the fipw¥rs and a-ejttmlng
in Detroit. Proximity of the mineral,
v;
>i i l U n l-W
,.
oe
ex^elied
if
the
tbaactt
can
corn^
people
among
tbeni,
wbeaaveihad
nd
o
f
j
j
f
i
r
^
^
m
*
e
e
p
e
r
a
piling
a
[:
one baths to the Mt Gemens alte, especir*r
'that
China
mutt
choo*e
(e'ltber mMtua>. running water; no- Hgbta except kerot3itvriTD._zi_'-i^r^
—
.
v
•r< • ' , j aaand the necessar* two-thirds maally
since
many
veterans
.suffer
from
another
against
u\ ,-r>srt^. Thus ' will <xa*p' to, a crisis 1 lnteMependence with; Japan or warsene lamps, no telephones. Jncredible!
rheumatic ailments, was believed to.
1» . j ^ j i ^ . ' l i t M ^ w boniest..-between the with Japan;' and he said he had. in-, Without' t i e tisileai English servant.
be
a factor in favor of Mt Clemens.
and Kant hunt out. the
31«}h'it^O.-WHCnm>' ;led'-fcj Proaldent. WM- formed Generalissimo Kai-shek, Cha* the English gentry most have died
5 ¾ a a i e « botises of
Lansing—A four-year progtam fot
Mee dletator, of this viewpoint. •Ja;}
out
for
lack
of
eonrfortai
'
'*'•'
«
have a beauty all their Improvement of Michigan State hospen has gone too far tp rotreat how
Qne of the partners faf ask 700
their bricks turned to pink p i t a l s , intolvteg approprtationa of
and moat adtaoce straight ahead1 wits
\#r^taneyrf*ec**rfe^
strange-sounding
qUestiOha, r
1.Many have an end 110,000,000, was recommended to Gov.
unmutaM* cobvlctioaa,^ 8 M M said.
u
^1&'i**pm*m
bstksaW,
««4iW,
^Ase yon prepared- to p#'
[bned la the grand Jltsgerald by the State Hospital ComJiblf^i
'The
Japanese
mUltary
<
oommaad,
wrai
casxihesi.
basslaau
acsaav
at .too
lae iodtistry by skilled groops while
ttonaT
,; .,.,
natlogiy recall the mission* The report of the commisaMbiientt'athkBtsoah*ii^nl&asj,ap at
canjaa
meaawnlle,
discloaew
ftaakiy,
some
of
•..'»
iifrrtum*
vmfa.nfc-,ty,
«a«* *<1 work*
gat with them their sion said that hospital facilities are
That la disconcerting.
nwin/ wn**fiywi|
iWalleoo*
' * t * aeiUe* %nd; onskilled, by Indus- their d^nrsnflfl upon China. These indiilona of art when driven to inadequate and that some of tha; build,
••But I doot'waat • tosjee.thot
Uacr
elTitpssi^,.
^tHae-'SBto one-Wg ^nifn. .
• .)••'-(
tnally in a s u u ef ^decayvH M
persecutions, ings were subject to serious n > haa(i: b , , :rpillgfoee
IT «Wtc»ait f»io1ii«ta, i t was leafaei,
_
* l M i a m i H s ^ t I | s * l e a have, too, a ards. Gov. Pitagerald prosnisod te
t
h
e
Partner
phtiehtiy
explains
dhat
'40 •nsneiid ihf #aiter»'ef the^ .irtH^ry,., an
Spanish tatoofc^jatft Benalaaance submit tho program to the LegWa*
( ; * ^ ^ ^ , ^ ^ ^ ^ . ^ ^ , ,%D9 sort of ttunage at kfwaaags must
^rm
i«tdei <»n>»a a t the July army*mj*J*&
.
«apetvo«
free-draw^ .corvee. Taactnat tare, bvt en?res*ed.*he tpkdoii that
'bVteatbi^by-tbe' HamM* tod^biR'
for dilapldaUona saair^aVu«aly few» +**>*****&WP
i S W N | d o t ] n the cosU should a«aodtfts4JSipTead.
lee ^efween'TjaVnir and Japan.
fiaated t s ^ e o o f d r w R H h e A, iTf»cel>efween
8. An economic, political and mili- ahilllng, sbout one dollar, for a flower weavers constructed to make tSe homea *hf the expenditurea over a loegaf
ef I* eoaatitoUon.
bolder. But it often happens that one of their exllea reaaamWi t^ata thajr a«4
ex
Lewis* groap of oaionj lnclodea tary position for Japaa la China.
BMft aaanme the dilapidations of the left
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COOKS MEAL FOR 2c
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Miserable
with backache?
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The Ffncfaey Dispatch Wednesday, June 10, 1936
!A-;aidv
*-'i* ^% I/
*\
f
this Store
'Co::»i C'li:;
Subscription $1.2u a year
m Advance.
PAUL CURLETT
PUBLISHER
Fri. June 12
CASH SPECIALS
Sat June 13
• t M « « l
0. K. SOAP
241-2lb.
Bag
3 Bars
10c
HERSHEY'S COCOA, Lb.
15c
PET MILK, 3 Lge. Cans
20c
CORNED BEEF, 12 0 «
18c
DRANQ^Lge. Size
wtMEaunw
IODIZED SALT
VIM Mi^-es !\'Uy Clinton and Mar-'
• p r u t Curlett \\\rv Lansing visitors 1
caturuay.
I
T ? ^ ^ 1 7 "^""Darrow~7puni Sunday '
v.'ith Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Simmons'
ot Brighton
I
and wife "of Dot r c L .••] .•:.; S . ;
••\l'Ji Mr. and Mrfc.
A.
V.'ilil
39c
2 Two Lb... 15c
24 1-2 Lb. Sack
69c
Howell Flour,
BEANS, 3 Lbs
10c
6 Delicious WHITE
PINEAPPLE, BUFFET SIZE
10c
FANCY RICE, 3 Lbs
l£Jc
Flavors
I
DAIRY BUTTER, Lb
33c
3 P k g s . 19c
2 Lb. Pkg,
17c
Sun Ray Crackers
v:St
of
•>:• be*.
J'.il,:
.
arch- •>
BEST FOR
SPAGHETTI
LAUNDRY
PEAS OR CORN
3 PKGS. 25c
COCOA
2 Lbs
-'-•••
Sj,.d,.y
.- o J h a
G L U I-;.;1'
Dctroi
Mr.
)
i
i,:'; :1
1
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CLABBER GIRL
2 Lb. Can
SUGAR
22c
CELERY RADISHES, CARROTS
ONIONS, BUNCH,
l-uESFhSTRAWEERRiES
10 Lb CL0TH BAG
Wm
Clyde C. Gibson, Prop.
t
>\i>4~+4,
Gi-adw.-I! re- ,
, !'O!MJ;V- I Dill Lamb wa- in Lan.-in>,' on busi i George Horn.shaw is working in
- '
ar.d'Mrs. nes.s la;-t Friday.
, Dearborn.
1
Mrs. C. ),. Siller and Miss Nellie , Charles Clinton is working in Gibi
<..v:.i):e and Gardner were in Oei n,il, Friday.
^on's, Drug Store.
La!-;e , pent
and ehildn
n., spent]
Driver
o Mrs,
, , I.e. . Lavey
,,
.
. * Dan
,
- - -ot. Dexter
. . spent
spent 0 TO
j . D.
Saturday wun hei' i.aivnt.s at, Hun.cerl week-end with relatives here.
Mrs
\\ • .. M
,, v
r . ,.
J
; M a r y ^itzsimmons is spending
Mr and Mrs. I . Vv. ( u y e t : and a week with her daughter, Mrs. Geo
daughter, i'aula, wr;r m K.-^-jvil'.., j Kingston in Jackson.
Sunday.
| x.
, .,
e c;,,d as-1
M^ . a n d
,-j Jain.-, Doc-kmg and children of Howell were Pinckney
: \ I ' ^ ' k n e y Mr.4 Jennie Kellenbe, g were in Hart-, v h , i t o r s F r i c i a y e v e n i n „
"CKney
I-rulay land, Saturday.
; Hobert
Horine has purcha,„d
KQ
Diilinuhain,
John I!oi'u -h-.'.v ,li-. and wife of IV-, acres of the Floyd Reason Estate,
troit spent ihe w^ek ,. ad with his bordering on his farm, east of town,
moth.r in I ' j r k n e y .
better known as the Stickle farm.
Harry Ro^\i \ i.-ii.-f I Roy ( l a r k or.e [ Junior Pfau, son of Mr. and Mrs.
day recently. He !•-• n o - I d - Alfred Pfau of Morion, is laid up
a dairy farm near New Hudson, and with blood poisoning caused by stepis drawing milk to Detroit,
*• -^ ping on a rusty nail". Dr. C. L. SigMr. add Mrs, Louis Coyle and Misa ler is treating him.
Nellie Gardner Wert* in Ionia last
We wish to correct an it"-" w :
week to attend tho Silver Jubiled celt -ublishcd ' la-.t week. Mi.-,s Leret'a
ebration in honor of Rev. JosepH ')illingham is rot employ d in t'ie
Coyle's 2~) yeari in tho priesthood, office of the State Highway CornRev. Coylo waa formerly pasfcoE fit nissioner, but is attending »Jie«i in
St.. Mar^ -.> pan.-Ji oi niaKin/y,
Lansing,
•y a n d J a c k K e a - •
, Thu.i'sd,.;-.
Mrs. !
!\..- b'.w: n \' ; .::Li;';i'
•A: w i i h t h e m .
C:>;
35c
5c
c
-
The Pinckney Drug Store
\'aii.
Mrs.
17c
.
\ '
Whh,
Sv.
FRUITS, VEGETABLES
LEMONS, Doz. .
t
Mi . ^
-i -•!'•. and
Mrs,
• '..•'•o -vir. a-id Mr;-.
and ; on, Jack, of
! \--'U: r
LARGE 1 Lb.
Can
25c
v itri
v
...u"i.
3 No. 2 Cans.... 25c
2 Lb Can
rescriptionService
(
15c
Arctic Ice Cream
astman Films
S. Vaughn
;|".'Ht Sunday|
c:\-i b.-others.
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Clli'ii. d
for
Yavi^liu.
llov.i.-
i'-L-
Your Headquarters
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Mr r r r r ! -nTTtumrttohB
fe,
•••nd with iMgar Martin and
in Lansing.
lvolxjrt Gradwvll of
• i-':;.',• h'-r parents, Mr.
andv l\i rs.
-1 L a w y .
4
A. M.
; -,-d Mr. I-ulter/ield
of
L;u,
'••' - 1 '-i ?iI]-.3. James
1:0-1-0, :
af'.crnoon.
.'. U. I^ac.kable Jr.,
•
e^^v^.
O. 1','V,'.
Dr. n '
and J':',.:
.*... 19c
RINSO, 2 Lge. Cans
TQtchea-testBf
Roy Reason was in Grand Rapida
| ia.st Wednesday night.
•1
C. H. Kennedy and Vern Cory were
91 in Lansing-, Friday.
? . Mr. and M i x M. E. Darrow w e r e :
/ r m Ann Arbor lust Thursday.
|
Senator
Harry
Hittle
of
Lansing!
*
£:'* :t c ; i : ^ r - tlxo Di.nacch O f f i c J .
V.
fiHiuuiiiiiitiii iuiiiiiiiiaieiiiiiiittuniiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiifiiiiiiiiiiHii
Mr and Mrs. Leslie Smith and fam- (
Fred IJcuq was In Eel re. on uii,ily were in Detroit, Sunday.
I noss Just Friday.
BUSINESS
Mrs. John Chambers and daughter,
Mrs. Abe Haines was in Ann A,
Hazel, were in Howell, Saturday.
: bor, Saturday afternoon.
STANDING
Mr. and Mrs. Orviile Na-;h a n d '
Mrs. Michael Lavey has been Mrson, Lloyd, sp.nt Sunday in Byron, ,t iously ill at her home hire.
ohio
j Mis.; Mary Ellen Doyle of Ann ArRoche has accepted a posi-j bor spent the week end at her home =
'SI1'";;.
Besides being the mod- tionJames
with Arctic Dairy Products Co. here,
in
Lansing.
J Mrs. Zora Chambers has gone buck
ern way of controlling
George Soules and wife of F o w l e r - ' t o her farm in Marion to .>pe.:,l i.,
ville were Sunday guesLs of Mr. and summer.
*\. | E
expenditures, payment Mrs.
George Roche.
'
> yiV, a l l ( j AvSi Dwight \Vegci.er':.jrd ' |
Dr. and Mrs. Robert
IJird and daughter of Detroit were in i'iiick- i £
by check, perhaps mort
daughters of VVayi;.; spctn the week ' ney, Sunday.
S
end
at
Portage
Lake.
'
'.
.
Ora
Thomas
of
Detroit
sj>-nt
t
.,
»
than any one thing,
• M r . and Mrs. J. Decker of Ann w e c k
end with hi.> niothc:, .Mi . =
S
gives you a busines,-. Arbor spent Friday evening with Grace Thorn:;?.
Mrs. George Has^jncahl.
Sunday ca!Lrs at th-: ho:, r -,f IV ,: S
standing in your comDr. and Mr-,. Mo.ley Vau-hn and .t o n^ o f?*Leh)' e .0a f r " a n d S I " " J - D > A l i ^ ' §
:^
C
! -1
family of Maybee were Sunday gue its
,MTr s ^V o- r}\-n
=
munity.
of Mrs. Nettie Vaughn
••
^oppuig of PiaimieM =
1-.
Mr. and Mr-. T.'O'Moli.y of A m v A T a s a . S u n ^ a > ' l'^1^' a J. the honiu of S
3~£5>
Arbor spent Thursday o v e n . ^ with
» U u - ; the»..Misses
, itofl".
-, x . ,
T
' p*sliSi
Lsabell Nash
was heme-fr^
You can only appre- Mr. and Mis. Walter C l a - ;
i l a n t i an d Dr
Jllill ri
Mrs. Reginald Schafer' entertained C' X
,
- ^^]> fror.i
a r
o v e r t h e w c e k er,(
Contract Bridge Club at a o n c , H, °o w a r
"
ciate this fact by exper- the
o'clock luncheon Tuesday
I
d Wilcox'of Milwaukee, Wis.
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Swarthout at-' Y li51tetl h l s family at the home of Mrs.
ience. Why not come in tended
the, funeral of Ira Cook in i H e i V e T e o P l e o v e r Sunday.
Brighton, Sunday afternoon.
I T n e firdt home-grown straw be rrietoday and open your acSunday guests of Mr. and Mrs o f ihe, s e a 3 o n w e r c brouyiit in la.^.t
F. E. Bowers were Mr. and Mrs. Ira W e e 5 < "y ^ I a r k Swarthout. We under- E
?k'
Cooley and daughter of Detroit.'
" a C a r , ( i t h a t o n a c c o u n t of the dry seacount.
sor
t h e cro
win be
ma11
' iThe Misses Ar.nabel and Lillian
l
P
*
Cowie of Howell were Sunday cal* v I l s s V l i a B e n t l e y » M r - ;;n<1 y"'-lers at the George Roche farm.
George Bland were recent visitors ut
LUX
- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dillingham a t - , t h e w - B e n t l e y home m Corunna:
Miss
tended the funeral of Mrs. Frank*
Elsie- Dandison of
Pontiac
Maxwell in Williamson, Saturday.
' a n d Harold Welch of Walled Lake
TOILET SOAP
Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. , c ^ ! - d ^ A s h e r Wyhe, Sunday after-'
in Howelt
no0
George Reason, were Mr. and M r s . :
"'
, ,,
, „ , , , ,T
, ,
Mr
a n , i Mrs< W l H M e r c e r h:ui a
Glenn Macon anc! children of D e - '
*
~
Under Federal
troit*
. . . Mrs. Belle Reason et
C
; Sunday . guests,
Many farmers are getting th^ir Detroit, Dr. and Mrs. Walter l i . a s o a - g
Stiperviiion
first cutting of alfalfa this week. On • f t n d ^ n » r>llly> °.f Detroit; Dr. J. • W. g
-T
Member of Federal Deposit In
account of dry weather it is r a t h e r Lannen of Lansing, Dr. and Mrs. A
J- McGregor and daughter, Ann, of
•urance Corpoi-fcti ^n. All de* . short,
Dr.
Cecil
Hendee
of
St.
Ch:He>,
Brighton,
posit* insured up to $5,0OQ for
x,e J v
and Mr. Larsen of Lansing v:ere Sv<i>
^ ^ received a card from lid- _
each depositor.
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. ward Kearney of Sioux City, Iowo, g
Hendee.
announcing the weekly luncheon of S
y
o
^ - ^ 01
0 0 «
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lav-y and child- the Columbian Club, and also th.. 5 - | V r i l * V
^ I f t n W v»iant r K g . J < C
:
- — —- - r e n visited Mr. and Mrs. S. J. 0 ' - fact that William Doyle of Pincknev 2
A V W I Jr
W I * V ..
AWW
R. G. Webb, his son, George, and Brien near Stockbridge, Monday af- v r a s present as the guest of Mr. g
M. L. Hinchey were j n Howell, Sat- ternoon.
Kearney. .
3
v
.
Mr.
an
Mrs.
Will
Brown
had
as
We
understand
that
as
yet
no
sue|
urda
„
*
WhitP
of
HoweU
was
a
Sunday
guests,
Will
Hunt
and
v.-ii*»
coesor
has
been
hired
to
succeed
3
M
Mfl
, ^ , ^guest
! ^ W ioff VMr.
. fandJ Mrs,
l
L
* of Webberville, Misses Dorothy Kew Thomas Hewlett, science teacher and =
Sunday
Lee
and Rglph Dnrbin of Detroit.
athletic teacher In the
Pinckney
Lavsy.
Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Plummer at- high school, who has resigned. S„
Mr. and Mrs. J. p . Appleton were t a n d e d a 8 ; x 0 » c i o c k dinner piven bv eral amplications are, however, WT g
Sunday callers a t the home of r r e d M r s D o n p a t t o n i n n o w - ] ! , Manday, file. Mr. Howlett will devote his g
Lake
honoring Mr* Patton on his biKhday. time- to the hardware business
ir. S
Mr. and Mrs. M. Pacey spent Sun-/ ^ new milk route has been start->d Gi'Tory, owned by tfce family.
g
DRVuO. DZ£F. 2 4 Oz. Pkgs 25c
day with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Glover j n the section south of here nenr HiRoss Read left Monday to attend g
in Fowlerville.
Lar.d Lake. The milk goes to Adrian t h e Republican National convention a
FRANKFURTS
To 19c
Mr and Mrs. Tony Herks of De- and does not have to pass the D - at Cleveland, in company with Hiram |
troit were Sunday callers at the John troit Board of Health Inspection. A Smi^h and others from Howell. As S
BEEF POT ROASTS
Lb. 17c
Snenrs home
—
Manchester man is the hauler.
tickets arc, at a premium, they were g
Mrs. J o h n ' M a r t i n was one of the
This community was visited by unable to get any.
Michigan was S
STEW MEAT
Lb. 13c
<ruests at a hou*2 p a r t y given by two regular cloudbursts Saturday only allotted 220 and there were over 3
Mrs. Elizabeth Engel in Ypsilanti on night and late Sunday afternoon. It 2,000 apphcations.. They expect to g
CHUNK BACON
:... Lb. 19c
SahmUv
• was much needed, a n d the crops get tickets from some of the southern
* MraVMae Stack, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. were beginning to suffer
frtfm 0 r eastern states from where the atGreen of Howell were Monday visit, d r o u g h t Other communities such as tendance wiU not be so large. Mr.
nil
mmmmiNiKfi miinm»imo>mm»u,i,iiklilir'^
SONS
» » » < > « •;•
i Fn., June 12
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CASH SPECIALS
I
Sat. June 131
7! «•]
-¾
M
Shirley Temple Pitcher Free
.
r.
•*.
2 PKGS
•my
bhre dded
25c
"H
Corn Flakes
Wheat
12c
Grotte Potato
Lge. Pkg. Q K C
s LIFEBUOY
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
TOILET SOAP
1* ?r*i
3 BARS | g
t -
3 BARS
C
I Bon Ami Powder CAN *J2 Noitherj Tissue ROLL g c
Ivory Soap 2 iK 11c
Sialey's Cube Starch 2
Meats
oSTat the home of Mist feti* Gr*« $outS Lyonr YpsUanti and Detroi. Read is RepubUcan County Chairdid n«t gtt any itin i^ all,
jtnd Uth Vtafte YiU.
t man,
Phone 38-F3
IftlWWUUUMMiUUMIII
\
tQitih
PKG
- 17«
ARGO
Starch
2 Pkgs. 15c
I Fruits & Vegetables
RADISHES
CARROTS ._._.
BANANAS
ORANGES
I
LEMONS
Lge. Bim.Sc
Lg* Bun. 5c
4 Lb. 19c
D<*. 2Sc
Lge. Stae, Dox, 39*
W.B*wf
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The Pinckney DijRfttcK Wednetdmv, June 10, 1936
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You pick the route
we'll furnish the car
COMMUNICATION
ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY
W a s h i n g t o n , D . C , M a y 2 3 , 193«
FOR
SHERIFF
Editor,
- Dear Sir:
I r v i n g J . K s n n e d y has a n n o u n c e d
I h a v e l o n g been a lover of h i s t o r y
his
c a n d i d a c y f o r sheriff of L i v i n g s j and f o r that reason m y letter this
t
o
n
C o u n t y on t h e D e m o c r a t i c t i c k e t
| week i n s t e a d of d e a l i n g w i t h f a c t s
a
t
t
h
e primaries on S e p t e m b e r 8.
a n d figures p e r t a i n i n g t o C o n g r e s s
H e was b o m and raised in P u t n a m
will d e a l w i t h a t r i p t h a t I h a d t h e
o p p o r t u n i t y o f m a k i n g t o Williams* t o w n s h i p , b e i n g a son o f M r . a n d
b u r g , J a m e s t o w n a n d Y o r k t o n , Vir- Mrs. P a t r i c k K e n n e d y . F o r t h e p a s t
ginia.
cu L i
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Chevrolet
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D u r i n g t h e recess of Congress it
was
m y p r i v i l e g e t o h a v e the^ o p p o r - « !
y/i.v • /
tunity of visiting Williamsburg, one
of the o l d e s t s e t t l e m e n t s in t h e U n i t ed
States.
W i l l i a m s b u r g w a s first
J
C
k
n
o
w
n
a
s
Middle
Plantation and was
•7"
11° V . ^ *••••'• '.%>
-V''
^
y/ •
f o u n d e d i n 1 6 3 3 . I n 1669 i t b e c a m e
the.capifcol of V i r g i n i a .
Williamsb
u
r
g
figured
l
a
r
g
e
l
y
in
t
h
e
h
i s t o r y of
f*
t h e R e v o l u t i o n a r y W a r and m a n y of
4U
' - m e n ~of trnrTYatioir~visT£ed
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W
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l
l
i
a
m
s
b
u r g f r o m time t o t i m e . I t
All C a r s S e r v i c e d
Willard Batteries
is
the
s
e
a
t
of William a n d M a r y Col*\><i
Firestone Tire*
lege w h i c h w a s established i n 1693
Irving J . Kennedy
Standard Gas
a n d is t h e second oldest college in six y e a r s h e h a s served a s a d e p u t y
<^
! the United States.
j sheriff
u n d e r Sheriffs H e n r y F i n l e y
W R E C K E R S E R V I C E DAY OR
NIGHT
j I visited t h e old Raleigh T a v e r n , and C l a u d e F a w c e t t , t h e l a s t
four
;<
< which w a s n a m e d a f t e r S i r W a l t e r y e a r s b e i n g s t a t i o n e d a t t h e j a i l .
V > Y I litileig-h a n d which was built p r i o r tj
H e and Loren Bassett have done
tC»D"!;bt W W. 0 «
' '/ _„ 1 1 7 4 2 , a n d which became o n e of th;; most of t h e r o a d work i n j j e c c n t
"
" j m o s t p o p u l a r t a v e r n s in the" h i s t o r y y e a r s . H e is a good capaible, efficy w ^ _ w a of colonial W i l l i a m s b u r g .
W a s h i n g - ient officer and if elected will m a k e
ton m a d e m a n y visits t o this eld tav- a good official.
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS
NEW TELEPHONE RATES
c r n , t h e p a t r i o t i c m e e t i n g place of
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t h e t i m e , a s d i d T h o m a s Jefferson, W I L L B E C A N D I D A T E
The U n i t e d S t a t e s Civil
R a t es f o r t e l e p h o n e calls t o most i , f itrick H e n r y and m a n y of the o t h e r
Service!
L>
Commission h a s
FOR RE-ELECTION
announced
open! foreign
c o u n t r i e s will bo. l v d u c ^ d P a t r i j t s of t h a t d a y . W h i l e fire d e s at it o
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Summer.
which w a s built from 1710 t o 1 7 1 5 ; a t T f e s o l u t S i tn ^ L ^ V ^ - f S' " "
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country
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the C a p i t o l which w a s built from 1 6 - . a t e l c & o I u t j o n t o c r e a t e a Civil Serr
a s a r e w a r d f o r t h e ; / t e r s t a t e CommeiVv- Cojnmission
Schedules
(oleplioj.e
ho'ii
any
Nlcliignn !>9 tr; 1 7 0 5 .
These
b u i l d i n g s of
A s s i s t a n t s u p e r i n t e n d e n t o f b r u s h {dio
•ltd large
fact cry, s?y,200
' point, with p r o p o r t i o n a t e r e d u c t i o n - course w e r e wholly o r p a r t i a l l y desm f a r th
- — - .--"'? i^iv-ujiiii 'J~> ; from all p o i n t s in t h e 1IJ1 System, t r o y e d , b u t t h e i r r e s t o r a t i o n t h r o u g h
- ¾ August
b r u s h l a c t o r y , $ 2 , 0 0 0 a y e a r , U n i t e d | R e d u c t i o n s also v.iil be m a d e in r a t a s W i l l i a m s b u r g t o its old colonial s t a t S t a t e s P e m t n t m r y Ar.nex, ion L u i - ; t o points in C u b a , which a r e r e a c h e d
j£>'r *<ructor
the
Rockefeller F u n d h a s restored
v
enworth, Kansas.
I '--' ^ " > .5 r, t l l a succe.ssi - n .oi crop.; keep t h '
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t>-' a , c c o m p a „ i c d t o Washing.o,', i i o n i t h e S e c r e t a r y. •••*'
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only
buildings
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colonial
buildings
T h e n e w r a t e schedule m . a n s a reby A. (J. K e t t u n e n , s t a t e " W P * «•• S t a l e s Civvii Service Hoard of Exams t o r a g e s u p p l i e s will be p a r t of
h
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n
re-built.
i n e r s " a t t h e j.ost .office o r custom- d u c t i o n ' o f H>[) on w e e k - d a y calls o i 1
harvest.
T h e e v e n i n g t h a t I a r r i v e d in Wilh o u s e m a n y city which h a s a
M
tt&is
- P° : 'U t h r e e m i n u t e s each t o c o u n t i i e s in l i a m s b u r g I w a l k e d u p a n d down the
°'
^t
s t a t u c i u b office of t h "
x A f t e r t h e first p l a n t i n g of s t r i n g l e a d e r
first or t h e second c l a s s , ' E u r o p e , o 0 on n i g h t calls a n d $ l oeld historic s t r e e t of t h e D u k e of
; l ( t a n s a n d sw»>et corn h;i\'o a .stait,
r'or instance, the
or .from t h e United S t a t e s Civil Ser- on S u n d a y calls,
"•••ccessive
patches
can bo p u t i,; F o r t y
r
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f
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a
three-minut:d a y - t i m e cal, G l o u c e s t e r . Most of t h e h o u s e s w e r e
vice
Commission,
W
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,
D.
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per
?&fery two w e e k s until J u l y l . j . For thirty
with picket o r b o a r d
to L o n d o n o r l ' a r i s will b j c u t from s u r r o u n d e d
' l i t e c a b b a g e , cauliflowci- and Hm.*,-•!
fef.ces\
T
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e
s t r e e t was wide. T h e
$33 t o <>-4 a n d t o $1S for calls inade
BALLROOM USED
I B r o u t s , s^et t h e plant-! J'roni J u n e 15
buildings
stood
back a c o n s i d e r a b l e
F R E E O F C H A R G E a t n i g h t o r a n y t i m e on S u n d a y .
d i s t a n c e f r o m t h e s t r e e t w h i c h was •
. Three-mi/ute
calls to t h e S o u t h
''The right quantity ( f vc^"tablcs
lighted b y small s t r e e t light:-:. I t j u s t |
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of A r g e n t i n a ,
te) p l a n t d e p e n d s upon tb.e size of tlie
seemed t o me t h a t I iiad t u r n e d b::ck j
Brazil, Chnle, P a r a g u a y , P e r u a . a
.JaVnily, p r e f e r e n c e s for c e r t a i n .(.-:-:U r u g u a y v w i l l b e r e d u c e d <S9 on w__-k tlie p a g e s of h i s i o r y 150 \ e a r s and ,
fjU>Ies a n d a guess a s t o w h a t i n days a n d !? 15 on S u n d a y s .
Calls t ; was living back in t h e t i m e of v^'ash- 1
AtH a n d w e a t h e r will p r o d u c e r.s a
C e n t r a l A m e r i c a n c o u n t r i s__ Costa ingtcm, c f Jefferson, of Patricl- lien• i n r a r d f o r t h e g a r d e n v oi'k," say- •
Rica, C u a t o m a l u , Homlura.s, X i c a r a - i y and of t h o s e o t h e r g r e a t \ i».^in- ;
p r - - | T h e ballroom will "lie o p e n V d ^ f r ^ o f ^ u a a n t i Manama, will be r e d u c e d ;:* ians t h a t h a v e m a d e t h e history of j
,,c
•*'T •. ^ U s u a l l y a b o u t 100 c a b b a g e p l a n t - < uce e n o u g h m e a t f o r it ; i
V i r g i n i a s o glorious.
|
M > h i . '"
^ " ( ^- L/-*- -e t 0 a n y R»*°up who m a y desire o n w e e ^ days a n d !>12 e n S u n d a y ; .
'Jif A good s t o r a g e v a r i e t y is .^ufficir r.t. AecurUi/i- t o t h e r e p o r t
T
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drove
over
t>
^
Senator Hittle
Calls t o P u r t o Kico will b e r e d u c e d
{°r a l L c i ' n o o n t e a s a n d b r i d g e .
>W&r beets a n d ' t u r n i p s
for w i n t e r consuu-ie.i ^:^.3 p e r c e n t ' of i l l l h ' <
J a m e s t o w n , six miles from Williams- vice Commission.
in t h ^ l ,
»<'W activity scheduled t o t a k e $•'3 o n weei; days arid .7':) ;>a S u n d a y s .
rage,.about
1 DO f e t broacie; s . i-'U'K a n d c r e a m c o n s u m e d
burg.
J a m e s t o w n is, as y o u k n o w ,
D u r i n g t h e last
n
de
r
u
session,
Senator
1. p r r c e n t o f i l l the v , a l a u d i f . ' ^ f i , .? , „ ' ^ ^ a n a g e m e n t ' o f t h e K a t e s f o r calls Ion;-, >r t h a n , tiire • the
»Ut A u g u s t 1 t o 15 a f t e r e a r l y
oldest
English
s
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w a s safely t , i W 1 V .,
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afl'ectprogressive,
and
)S a r e h a r v e s t e d is e n o u g h . A
A m e r i c a , h a v i n g been established in gained wide recognition as a
ican
lied
Cross,
ed,
will
be
similarly
red
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ader
urn./
s t o r i n g v a r i e t y of c a r r o t s . s h ^ u l d ^
free
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t
h
e
Pell
Sv.-Le:
will be
j o w n in 3 0 0 feet in t\.ws b . f : n y ,
riru
I f o r a d u l t s a n d children.
P ins ai r a d i o t e l e p h o n e c o m m u n :
15.
L a t e spinach, lad'she;;J^fi-i .•' S ' j y b e n n ^ c a n be
ice c a n b e p u t in A u g u s t IJo to t a b l e i n t h e w m p r e p a r e d f o r t h e , also being f o r m u l a t e d f o r i n s t r u c t i o n E u r o p e in 11)27, the
w
sub-jtanli.
lio c a t c h cooler w e a t h e r . "
/
variL-ti
.,.,.,/•
^ , a s o t h e i ' bean in R e d Cross; 'Life S a v i n g Method-;. p r e v i o u s
reel a
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? . ? ^ ^ m i n g classes an "
»'-"iiein..>. aatc c.Michigan
o r d i n g t o S U t e *College,
^additional i n f o r m a t i o n can be had b - service was csUibiisbed,- a tl;i(
l i t e t h i s m o n t h , two o r thfe<' d •'/.• L'a-it L a n s i n g .
more
i.r
T n e aaver
me 1 visit J a m e s t o w n , which is sit e q u i t a b l e , and
v
e
r
a
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e
cooking
c o n t a c t i n g W. VV. P l c a k l e y of the ad- u t e crill b e t w * ; n New ,'oik a.:'•••aulifluwer p l a n t s z<nd o;'« t o [wo time j y r b o d i n g o r
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11 a n island in the J a m e s Riv- pensioner;
s t e a n u n g green v e r h s i n g a n d "publicity d e p a r t m e n t
The
a
m
o
u
n
t
paid
should
m p l a n t s of t h e Iirussel s i ' r o u t s
don cost ^ 7 5 . I n Ii'28 it wa i v. a i i i ' (j er,
i t look c o u r a g e a n d l a t i t u d e
" o y b e a ! ; • LhouJd 1 b e ^ ™£T?'
^ T ' K J ^
™V "°^ ^ ' " L u l l a o y e of to $ 4 5 , a n d in liioO to .•;,•)'!J. T h e in o u r E n g l i s h f o r e f a t h e r s t o settle be s u b s t a n t i a l l y i n c r e a s u l , a n d t h e
be t r a n s p l a n t e d , while Chin. 1
-n I
o v e r n i g h t . t h e Star:.", which i , introduc-.d a n d p r e s e n t and t h i r d r e d u c t i o n b
s o - c a l k d paupci's oath m u s t b e a b o l »age can be sown directly in t.l M>II cooked i n two
r.-ii:: ,.1 i on the s w a m p y and fcvejX infested ish^o u: r-s .. - °
O t h^e rr played
eexclusively
x c l u ^ v t l v aatt he G o i d k e t t .
ished,
a n d no p e r s o n should b e r e f
o
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cf
^
1
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1
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played
down t o $ 2 4 .
plot.
land of Jam-.otown, b u T from
t h a t q u u e d t o deed a little h o m e t o t h e
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diabetic a n d
little g e r m of a s e t t l e m e n t a g r e a t S t a t e to get a pension.
' / b i ; o a k f i l s t ^ J l l e E v e r e t t a n d Lee Mitchell, h a s
foods, oil fnr n
TAIN V I T A M I N S
i.atn.n
was u l t i m a t e l y p r o d u c e d .
j
a
table U e
g a i n c d
such f a v o r t h a t t h (
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.
.
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k t uo w rnrrj — n r ^ n i i i min,
O u r n e x t visit was to
iu Y
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, a n da it is
is expected t h a t ho
g
d
e
c
icc-cro-n-i i.nu
'ce-cream-cones,; the n u m b e r t o radio
stations
will' p h o n e P i o n e e r s ot A.ur-nea, ir;
sixteen
miles
from
W i l l i a m s b u r g . ; will p u t u p an active c a m p a i g n f o r
t c F l
presi" ' " c a r o m p r o d u c t s ' l i k e l y t a k e place in t h e n e a r f u t u r - '
' ^ k S u l l i v a n of S a g i n a w
College N u t r i t i o n S t u d i e s In- a n d w a f e r t h e Revolutionary
period re-election. N o c a n d i d a t e h a s a n j D a n c i n g will c o n t i n u e e v e r y eve- d e n t f o r t h e c o m i n g t w e l w moutli.-. D u r i n g
Ite C o m m e r c i a l and H o m e MeM r
\ o r k t o w n w a s a little village located p e a r e d in opposition t o him a n d i t
n
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and
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succeeds
G
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r
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iW.
| b d t C a n A i d V a l u e of P r o d u c t .
L O W FOREST
FIRE DAMAGE
ill be f u r n i s h e d b v the highlv p o p - ' Welch, p r e s i d e n t
of t h e luiehiga.i on th J Y o r k River and fell i n t o t h e is g e n e r a l l y t h o u g h t t h a t h e will h a v e
lJ
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p a n y , who s c n e d hand.-, of t h e English forces. I t was n o opposition,
W eatiier c o n d i t i o n s a n d t h e
1 ^ r e t a i n v i t a m i n s in c o m m e r c i a l
o
_
s'
A n e w f e a t u r e will be a d d e d Sat- a« c h a p t e r j n v s t d e n t - t b e jiast y . a r . a t Y o r k t o w n t h a t t h e English i^ive«
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h o m e c a n n i n g , v e g e t a b l e s and fruit j<jre.-t lire o r g a n i z a
i n ' u r d a y to t h e entertainment
o f f e r e d : T n o v o t c > t a k e n by mail i'rom t h e u m l e r Cornwailis were f : \ <1 to surT h e f i r e d e p a r t m e n t was called o u t
be c a n n e d a s soon afi.er p i c k i n g .Michigan lliis
s p r i n g to r e c o r d t h e b y t h e G o l d k e t t e P l u e L a n t e r n in m e m b e r s h i p of 7S'0 s c a t t e r e d t.irougii- r e n d e r t o t h e c o m b i n e d F r e n c h and to extinguish a blaze in R i c h a r d s o n ' s
I ptesible.
lowest s p r i n g d a m a g e b y f o r e s t fire
Ci lonial t r o o p s on t h e 19th of Oci. od R a t i o n caused b y t h e c h i m n e v ,
sped boat r i d e s a r o u n d t h e Island, 1 o u t th© s t a t e , v.as t a b u l a t e d in L'cftfB is t h e advice of Irloj-a M. I Ian- in t h e l n - t . r y of the state-.
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t h e source >of t h e n a m e Island L a k e .
r e s e a r c h fellow in nut:-ition r ;
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report
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j the accounting d e p a u m e n t
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a n t s e c r e t a r y of t h e c o m p a n y , w a s A T W O O D W O U L D S T O P
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have
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forest philosophy of such
cults
a s t h i s ' e l e c t e d t o h i s fifth c o n s e c u t i v e t e r m d a y s t h e v o l u m e r e a c h i n g a s high a s
>ples w h i c h h a v e beeii allowed ; n>e "ir.i-^V'in
of L i v i n g s t o n .
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L e g i o n , " which j u s t n o w is in a s t r e a s u r e r .
a t h o u s a n d such bills, Orville E . A t - A t a session of said C o u r t , h e l d a t
id in s a l t w a t e r a sb.oii t i m e th r a n d t h e ore- n L n l n ?° /T-" 1 "
t h i ^ t h e news, b u t which will s u r e l y b e : T h e T e l e p h o n e P i o n e e r s of A m . r - w 0 0 £ S e c r e t a r y of S t a t s , has asked t h e P r o b a t e Office i n t h e C i t y of
c a n n i n g hav.' m o r e vi:a:r.in C s n r i n g ' v " j 0 „ . , ? r t .p n,.H
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succeeded b y some o t h e r o r g a n i c - i ica is a n a t i o n a l o r g a n i z a t i o n o i tele- t h a t checks, m o n e y o r d e r s o r pome Howell in t h e said C o u n t y , o n t h e
Apples c a n n e d immediate!}; a f u v '
. a n ( 1 ?.I a,,y P r ? " tion, self-charged w i t h the r e g u l a t i o n ' p h o n e m e n a n d w o m e n each of .whom o t h e r f orrn 0 f t r a n s f e r o f f u n d s be 2 5 t h d a y of M a y , A* D . 1 9 3 6 .
T h e s a l t w a t e r perm.it.-> s o m e dure Jngii f oJ r e s t*pxnli
>:rved m o r e t h a n 21 years in t h e u s e d ,
oxygen t o escape.
d s , e 'x pKobp U blic m o r a l s .
h a s s-:
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son said. " T h e m e l£t?i n gh asziaurw
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i v o b r p ^ i v e s b e i n g botii:
T h e p r i m a r y p u r p o s e in s e e k i n g
Is v e r y i m p o r t a n t t h a t the fo">d dried leaves a n d duff which a r e highJ u d g e of P r o b a t e .
w a y of h e l p i n g t o rmd o u t the'rea*- i n s p i r a t i o n a l a n d social. Mr, S u l l i v a n m o r e g e n e r a l u s e of soma m e d i u m
tly p a c k e d i^*^-<fa"r-]>' can so ly
In
t
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*
Mfttter
of t h e E s t a t e of
in/inmmable.
This spring there
t h e b u b b l e s of air a r c force ! Mas c o n s i d e r a b l e r a i n a t r e g u l a r i n - son f o r t h e rise of these different! t h e n e w p r e s i d e n t , w a s e m p l o y e d a t 0 t h e r t h a n c u r r e n c y o r coins f o r t h e
G e o r g e E . Marshal!, D e c e a s e d .
m o v e m e n t s , I w o u l d say, first, t h e r e i M a r q u e t t e
b y t h e M i c h i g a n Bel! p a y m e n t of fees o f v a r i o u s k i n d s , is
id a s l i t t l e air..as po-->iblc I.?fi t e r v a l s to l o w e r t h e h a z a r d .
I
t
a
ppearing to the court that the
is a g r e a t i g n o r a n c e in this c o u n t r y ' C o m p a n y in 1 9 0 5 a f t e r previous^&er- t h a t j n c a s c a n y question arises a s
t h e lid. H e a t i n g s , with
thee
m
" A c o m p l e t e c r e w of t r a i n e d m e n , in1 as pi iUtCe Uo1f e n f o r c e d e d u c a t i o n of tr,- ivice w i t h t h e S w a v e r l
f
of a i r d e s t r o y s sonic of t h e incr t h o . „•;•>, m i l „ i , r, • r
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, o f t e n t h i n k t h i s C 0 U n t r v ! company,
w h i c h o p e r a t e d b e t w e e n o f p a r e n t c a n be t r a c e d if a n y n e g o - ^ " S L " ^ •f***8 s
^ be limited,
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e am,n
JJ,
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S * ° P ^ d u i m " ( a n d t h ^ ^ o s t l a w k " of all in t i i e . t h e c e n t u r y .
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lid a w a y s needlessly w a s t e s "
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Mrs. C l a u d e R e a s o n a n d son, R o y , t^o . mail
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T h e r e g u l a r m e e t i n g of P i n c k n e y f r o m D e t r o i t over t h e w e e k e n d .
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LICENSES
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The Piackney Dispatch Wednesday, June 10, 1936* ""
LEE LAVEY
GENERAL I N S U k A u C E
r b s o * N*. I u < ! M n
A true copy:
Celestia Parshall,
Register cf Probate.
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NeuTkborios Notes
FORD V'8 ECONOMY
t'lisekaajr, Micbijmo
MEANS
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
700 names have been secured in
Adoption.
Chelsea to aa petition, asking huu»eito-house mail delivery
STATE OF MICHIGAN,
The Probate Court for the County
At the special election held
AUCTIONEER
at
of Livingston.
South Lyon last week, to vote
on
At a session of said Court, held at bonding for ¢18,000 for a school adad
the Probate Office in the City of dition, the proposition was defeated,
Phone Pinckney 1 9 - F l l
Howell in said County, 'on the 25th 118 to 60.
day of May, A. D. 1936.
Herman Behling, chairman of the
Present, Hon. Willis L. Lyons,
Jackson county road commission, has
(MORS MILKS BKR OOUAM)
§
Judge of Probate.
JUSTICE OK THE PEACE
laid a plan before the beard of supervisors, calling for the black-topping
Pinckney,
Michigan In the Matter of the Estate of
Nancy Elizabeth Revels, Minor. of 125 miles of Jackson county roads
Frederick John Salmon and Gene- in the next three years.
vieve A. Salmon having filed in said
All dogs in Washtenaw county have
DENTIST
Court their Declaration of Adoption, been quarantined for rabies.
(Successor to Dr. R. G. Gordaniaf) praying that an order be made by
St. Joseph's cemetery at Dexter
said
Court
finding
that
Genevieve
A.
has
been improved in appearance- h$ (
n t r r ni w*Hi|iii
the erection of an iron fence alon^' J
(Revels)
Salmon
is
the
sole
parent
Office n e w '
having legal authority to make and its 400 feet frontages on Baker road, j
8:30—12:00
1:00-640
We. understand the Fleming- farm
execute said consent to adoption,
on
the Dexter road, and the Chris
Tuesday and Saturday evenings for the reason that the parents of
*-K»l
Stoll
farm have both been sold.
child has not contributed tc
7:00-8:80
r®l
Mrs.
Horatio Abbott is the first
Phone 2*0L
Howell maintenance of said child lor,1 w a
k
ity of Ann
the period of two" years" fast " " " £ * » * * t e c
Ar
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er
said child are divorced and that Jo-' ™
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seph Revels, th« other parent, who is .„,T h , e1 F°wlerville
Commercial
Ciub I
Attoraay at Law
H««a41y liable for the support o f said- ^
^ ° 1 4 •* banquet <tf
churc
b o n J une 11. The Detroit Edover First S t a U Saving* Bank child for the period of two years'
last preceding the date of filing De- "on Co. will present a talkie film enHowelL MieK.
elaxation of Adoption, and praying t l t ; I ea: The Science of Seeing."
that an order be made by said Court . M r s - James Morgan died at her
that said Frederick John Salmon and hoT*le, i n Brighton last we-ek.
Genevieve A. Salmon do stand in the
-Nelson Smith of Howell, formerly
ATTORNEY AT LAW
place
of
parents
to
said
child,
and
employed
at Haller's Sport Shop, has
HOWELL, MICHIGAN
b een
that
the
name
of
said
child
be
,
appointed
deputy .sheriff to re.
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changed to Nancy Elizabeth Salmon. P l a " Ir^PS Kennedy.
Gov
It it Ordered, That the 22nd day
- Fitzgerald, in a recent speech
ca
of June A. D. 1936 at ten o'clock in ™ e , out in favor of doubling th*
P1NCKNEY, MICH.
the forenoon, at said Probate Office, state s allotment to the old age ran-j
Office liouis 1:00 to 2:30 P. M.
be and is hereby appointed for hear- «on. This would give tlv> stale mon-i
ing said petitionFederal pension money.
It is Further Ordered, That public , $50,000 in stock has been pledged
notice thereof be given by publica- by Ann Arbor men to establish :
tion of a copy of this order, for three ™dl<> ***tl0n i n t h e F i r s t - V l t l 0 n a
LICi INiED MASTER PLUMBER
successive weeks previous to said day. a a n ? uiag.
Plumbing and Heating
M. lss Margaret Harris, 02, who tliec
v\ e Du-f Juoibmg anO tieattng of Aa , of hearing, in the Pinckney Dispatch,
a newspaper printed and circulated at Ann Arbor, was buried at Dexter
Kindt.
We Handle Electric Pasts*, h « eni/i Aniiwtv
last week.
Septic Tank* and Water Ptatamn in sam county.Willis L.
_ _Lyons,
Howell high school baseball team
won
the title in the "little six" league
Judge of Probate.
this
year.
611 E. Gd. Ri
Howell, Mieh. A true copy:
Mrs. Fred Woodworth entertained
Celestia Parshall,
t , u u . tilu kepair Work of A0 iQnd*
the
Livingston County Garden Club
Register of Probate.
MATTER h o w y o u c l a s s i f y y o u r
It g i v e s y o u m o r e m i l e s p e r d o l l a r be*
at
her
home here Friday evening.
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NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE
c a u s e it g i v e s y o u a l b r o u n d e c o n o m y •—
Default having been maae in the
ii*s y o u r total e x p e n d i t u r e t h a t c o u n t s .
l o w first c o s t , l o w u p - k e c p cost* l o w de*
conditions of that certain mox'_
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
dated" the sixteenth day of November,
H o w m u c h " d o l l a r m i l e a g e " ia y o u r car
p r c c i a t i o n a n d l o n g life — a s well a s l o w
Pinckncy, Mich,
192*7—executed by Albert Rucinski
DISPATCH OF JUNE 10, 18SS
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and Mary Rucinski, as his wife and in
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g a s o l i n e a n d oil c o n s u m p t i o n . All t h e s e
her own right, as mortgagers, to
The Congrcgationalists met and
Dollars d o g o farther in the Ford V-8.
are b i g i t e m s if y o u a i m t o b u y the m o s t
The Federal Land Bank of Saint cleaned up their church one day la-t
Paul, a body corporate, of St. Paul, week.
M o d e r n i m p r o v e d c a r b u r e t i o n gives y o u
e c o n o m i c a l car.
Minnesota, as mortgagee, filed for
Grimes and Johnson shipped 200
u n u s u a l g a s o l i n e m i l e a g e w i t h brilliant
record in the office of the Register barrels of flour to Baltimore, Mary9
REAL ESTATE BKOKER
FORD
MOTOR
C
O
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P
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Y
of Deeds of Livingston County, land rhis week.
r
V -8 p e r f o r m a n c e . M o s t o w n e r s of today's
Farm, Residential PropeHy and Michigan, en the twenty-second day
Edward
Mercer
of
P a t \ viMo
Lake Frontage a Specialty. I AUoJof November, 1921, recorded in Li- joined the Sells Bros. Circus last
Ford change oil only every 2 0 0 0 miles
Have City Property to Trad*.
jber 120 of Mortgages on Page 498 week. He will play a cornet in their
and add n o n e between changes.
Pinckney,
Michigan "thereof,
band.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Peter Kelly i s building a fine new
A n d after t h e first few t h o u s a n d m i l e s
That said mortgage will be fere- residence on his farm, south of town.
closed, pursuant to power of sale,
John W. Harris ha.> a two y ;;r old
y o u b e g i n t o u n d e r s t a n d what F o r d V - 8
ATTORNEY AT LAW
and the premises therein described Holstein heifer which, for a 14-div
Phem 13
Brighton a s
period extending from May 21 to
"dollar m i l e a g e " really m e a n s .
West half of the Northwest Quar- June 6, gave 689 pounds of milk.
ORDER APPOINTING TIME
ter and the West Half of the NcrthL. H. Beebe, local undertaker, raA GOOD CAR AT A LOW PRICE
FOR HEARING CLAIMS west Quarter of the Southwest Quar- added a fine new hearse to his rqidji8 2 - A MONTI!, after usual doun-paymtnt, buy, any model 1936 Ford V-8 car—from *ny Ford
d~ler*-any.
ter of Section Twenty-nine, JTown- ment.
STATE OF MICHIGAN,
_+here m the V. S. Ask your ford dealer about the ne» Universal Credit Company M % p*r month Finonco Plmt.
T h e ~Probato
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Court for the County' ship Twc North, Range —
Five
Allen
of- the Monitor Hon
• *East,
*• * I' Jay
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of Livingston.
lying within said County and State, used naptha to clean his clothi
JM_'i<; . : i - \i)>: h i / h
o , hool Auditorium,
=t.iMuiHuiM;iMiiihniiniiinuiHiinuiHmiifiiiiiiiimiiiiiiMHiiiitiiiiiiiiiiii,ujM^ •»
At a session of said Court, held wili"be sold at public auction to the he forgot about it and lit his l ) > 0 i i K ' - i l L\ , J i ; n < . U(.i, a ; 2 ]> i n .
at the Probate Office in the City of highest bidder for cash by the Sher- 'His clothes burst into flam us, and i
iVapaia a.- i'oil-nC:iiowcll in the said County, on the iff of Livingston County, at the frcnt had trouble getting out of them qui..
In -i ru:ncalal .-ulo, Co: eieiia
•lia Dinkcl =
21st day of May, A. D. 1936.
idoor of the Court House, in the city enough
i'^xcrcj -^
Int'l mediate Pupils
Present,
Hon. Willia L. Lyons, tf Howell, in said County and State,! Jas. T. Eararen has bought 23,000 j
''••'•-''' 'H
Mad'lini' Moran
1 WILI PUT YOUR RADIO IN CONDITION
Judge of Probate.
I on July fourteenth, 1936, at twfc pounds of wool this year I t IS woii.li ] ; ; i a i i u i i . .-*
}(,•!/ ] J i m i i h
FOR A VERY SMALL COST.
In the Matter of the Estate of
'o'clock P. M. There is due and pay- about 23c per pound
'•<i-,
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-'in.
Si
Inlunned.
JJuy,-;
The neighbors of Mr. .Smith of
Mary Waited, Deceased, able at the date of this notice upon
USED ALL-ELECTRIC RADIOS FOR SALE
iiirfi'a'Jon
\;;.bro.-i; i' itz -imniuns
It appearing to the court that the the debt secured by said mcrtgage, Unadilla met at his home the utiur Jlccir-'aiLiii
VOUR ELECTRIC FLAT IRON OR VACUUM SWEEPER CAN BE
Mao
Kennedy
day and planted 24 acr:'.s of com for
time for presentation of claims the sum of $4536.42.
WADE AS GOOD AS NEW AT A VERY REASONABLE PRICE
Keeiuii kn
Abide Balgooyen
him., He is sick in bed.
Dated April eleventh 1936,
against said estate should be limited,
Trio
(iiare
&.
Harold
Grieve
' Howell offers a prize of $25 to the
THE FEDERAL LAND BANK
and that a time and place be appoint— JUST CALL ME _
and Feme lieiK^
township or* community having the
OF SAINT PAUL
ed to receive, examine and adjust all
largest number of mounted men in Dialogue, Walter Cook &. Cilen DarMortgagse
claims and demands against said derow
their parade at Howell, July 4.
Don W. Van Winkle
ceased by and before said court:
Recitation
Duane
Lavey
Married at Plainfield, Thursday
It is Ordered, That creditors' tof Attorney for the Mortgagee
,
ItucUaiifjn,
livae
liirbard.-.on
and
S PHONE 72
night by Rev. S. Daiby, We*t Nich•
o
PINCKNEY, MICH.
said deceased are required to present
i
iieien
-Mercer
olson,
Gregory
telegraph
operator,
b
their claims to said court at said Pro- ORDER FOR PUBLICATION—
Solo
Anna Wilcox iiHnu!(,,iiM!iii;«iiiiiiiniiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiMjiiuMiiiiiiiiiiimiuimirmmiiiiiiiiHiiwiiT
bate Office on or before the 28th day
Sale or Mortgage of Real Estate. Miss Roscline 'Collard. .
Dialogue,
Marjori-j
&
Dolores
RichJohn Dixon 67 Dexter was badly
of September, A, D. 1936, at ten o'STATE OF MICHIGAN,
ardson
clock in the forenoon, said time and
The Probate Court for the County injured in a gravel pit cave-in there Duet,
Florcr.v;.- l;yer and Cordelia
last week.
place being hereby appointed for the
of Livtnrfton.
i
Dinkei
represented Fidelity Recitation
examination and adjustment of all - A t a session of said Court, held at L J.. L.N Newkirk
Leora McCluskey
? n
t M
last
claims and demands against said de- the Probate Offiee m the City of I J " * e
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st
Tuea.Recitation
Nellie Fiske
a
uo
ceased.
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First Grade
Howell in said County, on the 2 n d | '
o——It is Further Ordered, That public day of June, A. D. 1936.
.
Rt.-ciV.'viuu
Alia Bullis
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TILLERS OF THE SOIL
notice thereof be given by publicaK'«t^t^jn
M.?dci-ne
Kooho
Present^ Hon. Willis L. Lyons,
Sketches of the Farmers of the Tow: . Solo ..'.
tion of a copy of this order for three
Mary
Johnson
Judge of Probate.
•hip of Putnam.
successive weeks previous to said day
i Recitation
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Ro»e Flintoft
In
the
Matter
of
the
Estato
of
of hearing, in the Pinckney Dispatch,
i
Exercise
Primary
Class
Oral Wheeler
Floyd Reason, Deceased
a newspaper printed and circulated
Chorus, Primary & Intermediate Girls
Marion J. Reason, having filed in
in said county.
said court his petition, praying for
Willis 1+ Lyons,
Judge of Probate license to sell the interest of said
estate in certain real estate therein
A true copy:
described,
, - J chased" the 80 acres upon which he Solo
Madeline Bowman
Celestia Parshall,
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t
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s
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d
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r
e
d
,
That
tH.
6»h
day
o
f
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,
Recitation
Dorothy Darrow
ow
regideg> a b o u t
Ues
oulh
July, A D. l y s e , at ten o'clock in nand
Register of Probate.
west
of Pinckney. mOver
threeRecitation
Florence Byer
the foienoon, at said probate office, quarters of this land is under cultiSolo
Pauline
Swarthout
be and is hereby appointed for hear vation. They have no children.
ORDER APPOINTING TIME u
:
Recitation
Donald
Smith
FOR HEARING CLAIMS ing said petition, and that all per^
Mrs. Pete:* I'arris
120--Recitation
Harry
Jackson
sons inter, sted in said estate appear age 56, now control the fine
STATE OF MICHIGAN,
High School Chorus
The Probate Court for the County before said court, at said time and acre farm just west ri{ Mr. Wheeler's
The
commencement
exercises will
place, to show cause why a license her husband having been dead
of Livingston.
----- ' be held Thursday evening
at the
At a session of said Court, held at to sell the interest of said estate m ; - - ^ ^
m m ^
w^Q
&t t h e
time
Pinckney
Opera
House.
The
followthe Probate Office in the City of said real estate should not De grant-- j f ^ decease, was 58 years of age.
ing
is
the
program:
Howell in the said County, on the ed;
,
_ ,
, - . . n u M;e ! Mrs. Harris, whose maiden name was Instrumental
Sidney Sprout
25th day of May, A. D. 1936.
It
is
Further
Ordered,
That
public,
^
^
m^ed
to
Mr.
Invocation "
Rr:v. Balooyen
Maria
was
Present; Hon. Willis L. Lyons, UDll ca
notice thereof be given W P
Hazel I. McDougall
f ; I Harris in June, 1849, in this town- Salutatory
Judge of Probate.
lor
tion
of
a
copy
of
tms
°\^}>
Both
were
natives
of
Ireland,
ship<
Class
Oration
....
Mary
J Fitzsimmons
In the Matter of the Estate of
three successive ^ ^ ^ f J X S n ^ ! ^ c o m i n « a c r o s s t h ? . w a l c r w h ; n Class History
Edna
L. Webb
'Hetta A. Marshall, Deceased. said day of hearing, in the 1 r W ™ y b u t a c h i i d a nd residing for some
'•
pnntod
and;
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Song
Lola
Moran
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s
e
t
It appearing to the court that the Dispatch, a newspaper
time in New Yjrk. Mr,
Essay
Eva
A.
Docking
tied upon the old homestead 50 years j Essay
c-va A . i^ocivii«K
time for presentation of claims circulated in said county.
Willis L. Lyons,
ag3. whitei now is mostly improved, | Class Prophecy
G. Lucie Cook
against said estate should be limited,
M. Veronica Brogan
Judge of Probate. «ith good «n I commodiO'U huildins's Essay
and that a time and place be- appointthereon., Ten children were born to'Instrumental Solo .... Norma Vaughn
ed to receive, examine and adjust all A true copy.
them 6 boys and 4 girls 8 of whom Essay
Claude F. Monks
claims and demands against said deCelestia Parshall,
are alive.
Class Will
Cora M. Frost
ceased by and before said court: !
Register of Probate.
Valedictory
Thos. J. Moran
it is Ordered, That erodhors o*
Instrumental Duet,
Sidney Sprout
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Van Slambiook
said deceased are required to present
and Sadie Harris
their claims to said court at said are entertaining their grandchildren,
Address .... Rev. Father Commerford
Presentation of Diplomas
DISPATCH OF JUNE 15, 1911
H. D, McDougall
Pinckney
high
school
baseball
Song
NelHe Gardner
place being hereby appointed for th J b a m a > returned to
team
lost
their
last
game
to
StockBenediction
-Rev. Gates
examination aiia adjustment of all w t e k . ,
n..
M
hHdcre
here
Saturday,
8
to
5.
They
Will
punning
is
building
a new
claims and demands against swd de-i
^ - ^ . ^ 1 ¾ ^
M I s 8 Audrey
w g
were
unable
to
solve
Moffet,
tlv
30x60
ft.
barn.
\ \ \ \
ceased
Junior D nkel and Wayn«
» *u,
0 6
A large crowd attended the band
i f t Further Ordered, That p-Mtc S S T S n i u t a y dinner guests of *< Stockbridge pitcher. Paul Clark was'
the leading Pinckney hitter with a concert jriven here by the North
notice thereof be given by pubUca- M U g e s Hoff near Howell,
t h e
1 c
0
double
and a single. The lineup for Lake band Saturday night.
tion of a copy of this order for three
^ M r
G u e g t g 0 n Sunday in
Pinckney
was W. Swarthout, of; H.l
Dan Lnntis has moved his housesuccessive weeks previous to said M r . ^ d Mrs. B. G. I s h a m . W K Mr
r
Swarthout,
8b;
Clark,
ss;
L.
Moran,
hold
goods from Stockbridge into the
Sy^hearmftin^P^kneyDis-^a
Mrs. }*™ *
m£Zv*™b
•>b:
C.
Kennedy,
l
b
;
Hendee,
rf;
Frank"Sigler
house on Main Street.
patch, a newspaper printed and cir- ( ^ ^ t e r of Iosco, ^ ^ ¾
* J X *
w
PERCY ELLIS
u
"~ • ^ • JUL*e
C. ALBERT FROST
DR. G. R. McCLUSKEY
r
DON W. VANWINKLE
°*SsV
JAY P. SWEENEY
DRS. H. F. & C. L. SIGLER
GUS RISSMAN
N. 0.°Frye
SEE N°* es °f 50 Years Ago
If.
Old Age Pension
Applications Made Out
NORMAN REASON
Ford V-8
MARTIN J. LA VAN
DIOS
i
MarvinShlrev
i
Wrecker Service
Towing
National Batteries
Battery Charging 35c
General Repair Work
Ail Work Guaranteed Satisfactory.
,
Located on Corner of Howell Road ajftd M«36'
Notes of 25 Years Ago
Give Ua a Ring
&
If; R> Moran, c; Dunning, p. I Claude Danforth has resumed his
eulated in jaid county.
Shirley and Esther Conn of St. jonn Topper,
Thannual
Day Exercises of position at Mrs.. Utley's store, alter
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ynmV 1 ¾ ¾ ^
^Cftorte, Fred, Ernest and CloUa fee Piat*MJ Class
ftbUi
fetal! W|llbl M «b«enct of two week*
Judga 4 Probate, > £ •* & i pla^.
Day or Nifht
•
JAS. SHIR&Y & S O N &
PHONE NO, 7 2
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The Pinckney Dispatch Wednesday. June 10, 1936
Lansing called at the I I E. Munse'ti
home Sunday evening.
Mr. an/t Mrs. Emery Hoard and
Mrs. Carl Lining attended the funeral of Mrs. Hoard's uncle at Holt.
Saturday.
i Mr. and Mrs. Will Rose of An
• Arbor spent the week end with Mr
and Mrs. Fred Rose and Mrs. Flon
Gallup and &lla Taylor.
o
Howeti Theatre
^-ALWAYS AN ENJOYABLE PROGRAM—
Wed., Thuri., Fri., June 10-11-12
/
"LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY''»»
— FEATURING —
FREDDIE BARTHOLOMEW and
DOLORES COSTELLO BARRY MORE
MICKEY ROONEY, CANBY SMITH, GUY K1BBEE
HENRY STEPHENSON
Comedy^-J'triple Trouble".
'.".'*
>
Comedy_<"Tripple Trouble" with Ernest Truex
M
SAT., June 13
2—F«*tme»__2
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Metzgar and
children of this place, and Mrs. Metzgar's grandparents of Fenton spent
Sunday with Mrs. Metzgar's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed, Martin of Toledo,
Ohio.
Mrs. Harry Lee and Mrs. Chas.
,Weiner of the Lakeland Circle of
King's Daughters, Mrs. Herbert Palmer, Mrs. Ford Lamb, Mrs. Gerald
Reason and Mrs. Roy Smollett of the
Pinckney eiicle attended a board
meeting and luncheon at Ben Hur
Farms near Brighton, Monday.
Miss Mildred Jack of Howell was
a week end guest of her parents, Mr.
an<r* Mrs. Robert Jack.
if Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Burdick of
"Riverside spent Monday and Tuesday
in Detroit.
Miss Helen Vanderwall is spending
a few days with hex a u n k Mr^jinxi
Mrsr-frank Sistey at "Byron Center.
Dr. and Mrs. Hollis Sigler of Howell spent Sunday with Mrs. Sigler'*
mother, Mrs. Martha Matheson.
Robert Downing of Detroit spent
the week end with his wife at Straw
berry Lake.
News
News
"Every Saturday Nig*ht The Lone Wolf Returns"
With
MELVYN DOUGLAS
GAIL PATRICK
TALA BIRELL
Betty Boop Cartoon
SUN., MON., June 14-15
WILLIAM POWELL
¢=¾
with
JUNE LANG, THOMAS
BECK, JED PROR1TY
SPRING BYINGTON
Comedy
•
Mat.^Sun., 2 P. M. Cont.
JEAN ARTHUR
IN
"THE EX MRS. BRADFORD"
WITH
, JAMES GLEASON, ERIC BLORE, ROBERT ARMSTRONG
LILA LAE^.6B^i T --i^I T ^H E J«U-EJ^N-Ja!BAl£lt.'MOORE
RALPH MORGAN
Cartoon
News
Comedy
TUES. June 16
DOUBLE FEATURE
WARNER OLAND
H-
IN
"Charlie Chan's Secret"
15c With Courtesy Ticket
JAMES DUNN &
SALLY EILERS
IN
With
PINKY TOMLIN
hit not ad auiomaUc at
ELECTRIC
HOT WATER!
our automatic toaster going, and in a minute
pops your slice of toast—golden brown
to a turn, just the way you want it. Here
atic service, surely . . . yet this popular
breakfast-table appliance is not nearly as "automatic" as a new convenience for the home—automatic ELECTRIC hot water. Electricity has
provided so many household comforts that it is
not surprising to discover one more. And this
new service is one of the finest of all—a genuine
contribution to better living.
Mrs. Edwin Shannon, Jr. was hostess at the regular monthly meeting
Wed., Thur»., Fri., June 17-18-19
of the Ladies' Guild of St. StephenV
Episcopal church at her home at Sil"UNDER TWO FLAGS"
ver Lake, Thursday afternoon, witl
the president, Mrs. Emil J. Kuchar
Wi
presiding. The meeting opened witl
RONALD COLMAN, CJLAUDETTE^COLBERT
singing, "Onward Christian Sola
VICTOR McLAGLEN, ROSELAND RUSSELL
iers," and prayer by the president
News
Comedy "Time for Love"
A pieced quilt-top was presents
to the Guild by Mrs. Liona B. OlsavWith automatic electric hot wafer, you need
COMING—George Raft in "It Had to Happen"
er. It was voted to hold a bake-sale
Edna Ferber's "Showboat"
at Hamburg village Saturday, Jul)
worry no longer about vexing problems of water
Al Jolson in "The Singing Kid"
4, Official reports were given ano
"Everybody's Old Man"
other regular business of the societj
heating. You are freed forever from such botherRuby Keeler in "Colleen"
transacted. The next meeting will be
'held at the home of Mrs. Edwin Shar.
some details as running up and down stairs to
'non, Si\, Thursday afternoon, July 2.
A " C u a e what's in the box" contes.
light a manually operated heater, "the annoyance
was rc'u, no one guessing correctly.
of waiting for wTater to get hot, the inconvenience
On a J'uw, Mrs. William ri, Keedle
won the prize. Mrs. Shannon servec
and delay caused by having only lukewarm water
grape juice and small cakes.
For good of the order at the Mac
in the pipes^Uii^ new service provides an unlimcabej meeting, held at I. 0. 0. F.
Hall Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. Emily
LOCAL
ited supply of hot v:r.!er. Yet it is completely auto*
J*QNG-DISTANCEglades and Mrs. Minnie Buckalew
conducted a "Trip around the World
malic: It requires no attention whatever. Whencontest". Mrs. Inez Burdick won firsi.
STOCK—GRAIN—CREAM
prize and Mrs. Ida Knapp, second on
ever you need hot water, simply turn the faucet
a tie with Mrs. Emma Hayner. Regular business of the order was trans—and there is your hot water on tap.t
Produce of All Kinds
acted. Those who will act for good
.of the order at the next meeting to
be held Tuesday afternoon, June 16,
Stop in at your Detroit Edison office today and
are Mrs. Emily E. Docking and Mist
we will gladly give you complete information
Jule Adele Ball,
WEEKLY TRIPS MADE TO DETROIT
The regular meeting of the 4-11
about automatic electric water heating. ;
Club was held at the home of Donald
Shannon, with the leader, Mrs. Eddwin Shannon, Sr., in charge. After
the meeting a memory contest was
'S
held, the prize being won by Edwin
Shannon, IIJ.
Chocolate milk and
wafers were served, The next meeting will be held at the home wf Arlene J/.'ar, Friday afternoon, June 12
Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Queal left
Thursday morning for a motor trip
to Montana and North Dakota. They
stayed with their son and daughter-Hill and Maylin Titus viewed the in-law at Mio, Thursday night. They
Cascades at Jackson last Sunday. _ war* going across the straits, thence
Mr. and - Mrs. Ward LNcwick and to Duluth, Minn., then west across
,
children jf Parma spent Sunday with the country.
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Roy
Wright.
Mrs.
L\seMrs. Gecr and two girl.s from ToMrs. Nellie E._H^iidil_aiid
T : A^
K
an<
ledo v,trt i Tuesday 'guests oi,_ iler Yvick__sUiy_ed_J/u' a-^nger-vrert:
PicKeTT
accompanied
by
Mrs.
Haights,
•
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f
e
w
d
with relatives at Lan- 2
mother, Mrs. Fred Gau*W and found
Dan Howlett was in Detroit, Thurs cousins, Mrs. Ida Henderson and sing and Mason.
her suffering with a swollen knee.
Frank Henry of Whitmore Lake, visday
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Shannon Jr.,
Mr.
and
Mrs. Clyde MeCleer are ited Mrs. Henderson's and Mr. HenMi\ and Mrs, Jack-Butler of Dery's
brother,
Elbert
Henry,
at
thv
now
living
and
son, Edwin, III, and Mr. Shanin their 'new home,
troit nre the parents of a new boy,
f
home
of
his
son-in-law
and
daughter,
non's
mother, Mrs. Edwin Shannon,
Mr.
and Mrs. Ed. Mecorney 0
born Monday morning at the home
[,
Dr.
and
Mrs.
Jack
Fries
at
DurancL,
Sr.,
visited
the latter's daughter.
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joh: Jackson were week end guests of M
.Wednesday.
'
' Mrs". Howard Brown and family in
Roberts.
and Mrs. Charles Galbreath.
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Moore r?-|Ann Arbor, Monday,
Richard Crawford ia visiting his
• Mr. M. L, Wasson is spending som
turned
home Wednesday from a trip
Mrs. Lawrence R. Qu-al and childndparent.s
at
Re&jl
City.
time with his daughter, Mr. and Mrs
he
baseball
team
from
Gregory
,to
Virginia
in
company
with
Mr
I
yen,
Jacqueline and Leland of M
H. J. Dyer.
vM/ro
defeated
at
the
State
SanitarMoore's
brother
and
sister-in-law,'are
keeping
house for Mr. and Mrs.
Children's Day Exercises will bj
ium
Sunday
by
their
team.
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Ralph
Moore
of
Detroit
Henry
M.
Queal
'during their we.-.held here at the church Sunday, June
where
they
witnessed
the
graduation
jern
trip.
Mrs.
Shirley
"Brayfrn am'
Mrs.
Lawrence
Riggs
and
son
re14 at the. Sunday .school-^lour, 1:30
turned
to
their
home
north
of
Stock
Of
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Ralph
Moore's
daughter,
Mary
Louuc
of
Mack Lak
P' m.
&.
1
:
Mio,
and
Marjory
Wright
of
Mia are
bridge,
Wednesday
evening,
after
daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Hester *|rogel of
1
Royce
was
called
to
staying
with
Mrs.
Queal.
Mrs.
Mary
E
spending
a
week
with
her
parents.
Lansing were week end 'guvsts ut,
^___
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Howlett were her daughter's, Mrs. Harry J. Mur-I
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
phy
at
Kalamazoo
on
account
of
her
I
here
visiting
from
Detroit,
Sunday.
Holmes.
Miss Mary Reechko spent Saturday grandson, Jimm'ie Murphy, having 1
Little Robert Gladstone was inand Sunday with Miss Jean had his leg broken when he was]
jured with a nail last Monday, when evening
0
thrown from his bicycle by an auto- j
Jie tore a gash in his lgg jn»t above
,^ ^
mobile.
Harold
Sawdy
was
home
from
Dethe ankle. He was taken to a doctor
troit
over
the
week
end
with
his
famMr? v Elrnira Bennett, who is spendand is not yet atoie to walk on his
Mrs/Robert Grainger is quite sick
ily.
ing
the^sum'mer with her daughter,
*foot yet.
*'"
with
the mumps.
Mr. and Mrs. Omer Moore and Mrs. George Rose and family in Lan,'
A Miss Clara Welton and Irene WelCarl
Alexander of Kalamazoo is
of Howell
spent Sunday a f - s i n g spent the week
end Jat n their/htmie
tpn are spending t ^ i r vacation in children
1
;
VJ
visiting
his aunt and uncle, Mr. and
of
»-•'•>- their
^
parents, Mr. and here. Her son, Edward Bennett
" -*
ternoon with
Detroit.
Mrs.
Wagner,
for a few days.
§
With seeding and gardening time ri^hfc at hand
Lansing ac^gmpanjed her.
Mr. C. 0 . Dutton and A, L. Dut- Mi P. Charley McGee.
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Lyle
Martin
of
Lake
Mrs. Charley Gallagher and Miss1J Mr. aitcTlrs. Charles Warner of
to;> were in Stock bridge, Wednesday.
Edwyna
Titus called on Mrs. Fannie Ann Arbor and daughter, Mrs. Rus- Chemung caLed on Mrs. Mark Alli- | a new set of garden tools with which to/do the work
Master Paul Roberts spent a couple
son, Saturday. Mrs. Allison is ill at
) se\\ Spouser of Chelsea, visited Mr. tho
days with his grandmother, Mrs. A. Hill, Monday.
Alhdrt Dinkel home.
S will make it much easier and pleasarrter.
Mrs. Faye Crawford and Anna Lu- and Mrs. William H. Keedle, WedL. Dutton, recently. <
Mrs.
Andrew
Campbell
and
daughThe Ladies Guild met last Tuesday cille are visiting relatives in Lansing nesday. Lsona B. Olsaver'has a new.to* are visiting in Dearborn this work s5
/
Mrs.
for a pot-luck dinner at the church. this week.
A new lawn mower will trim tjiat grass down to
Miss Rita Young and Robert were'great grandson, John~William Leece.i Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. i
A travel-social will be held at the
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Leece sAlbert
Dinkel were Mr. Elmer Rea- I a smooth even size when it is mowed. The kind we
church Friday night, June 10. All ^home with their parents Sunday.
o n of
of
Detroit.
Stockbridge
and Mr. and Mrs.
come and partake of supper from scvMesdames W. J. Croatian and F.
Mrs. Harry Shankland and two Meade of Flint,
eral countries.
M. Bowdish w t r : ^honpers in Dedaughters, Misses Harriet and Caro-I Mrs. Thomas Mosher and children | sell runs easy and smooih anc^will p ] e a s e the most
The W. M. S. will meet Wednes- troit, Monday,
day, June 10 at Mr. and Mrs. Erwin
Mrs. Harold Sawdy spent Thurs- lyn of Ann Arbor visited Mrs. Shank-.'were guests of friends in Dearborn, | particular 'person. Get a wheelbarrow to, use as a
^ . , ,
._ ,
Hutson's in the afternoon. '
day at Clarence Embery's and land's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Saturay.
Alberta
Dmkel
enteBlaandd
two
s
" h a n d v w a a n n " ^,-.^,,^^1 * k * / i
.tt
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bamhart and helped care for Ruth, who is ill, but Blades,* Sunday.
Mrs. Ella Hempstead of Dansville is improving.
. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford. C. Van Horn
nanci
y wagon around the/place; it wdl pay for itxaUed Sunday afternoon on Mr. C< Rev. and Mrs. Ed. Mullens of j ^ v e been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Har- girl friends from Pinckney/Satur- 5
0 . Dutton.
South Bend, Indiana visited the lat-| v ^y Sanderson at Piqua, Ohio, Mr.
calledSmaka
on Mr.of and
Mrs. Albert
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Dutton, Mr. ter's sister, Mrs. Ed. Thomas and'Van Horn's father, Stephen E. Van gan
Frank
northern
Michi| 8 e " ^n a season in back-bjeaking carrying by hand.
Dinkel
and
other
friends
here
one
-E
Mid Mrs. B. W. Roberts and Paul family last week.
_
[ j - j o r n 0 f Howell stayed at their farm day last week.
A full lint of hifirn grade garden tools awaiU
B
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Buhl called on'during their absence.
were Sunday visitors at Mrs. N.
o
,
Julian Buhl, Monday afternoon.
j 1 njjj^ Dorothy Roiser of Ann Arbor
.Wainright's at Flint. ^
| your selection. W a i e l l nothing but the best.
Born
to
Mr.
and
Mrs.
R,
D.
B
r
e
n
- . . , ^ ^ pucst of her sister, Mra Ed- Dr. and Mrs. Braky were supper
CIRCUIT COURT SESSION
gtttrts last Wednesday night of his iscr, a daughter ftfjafe Rowe hospi-1 Jitr^hannon Jr., and family Sunday,
,
:5^E
Among the graduates at the
itttftker, Mrs. E. N. Braley and Mr. tal.
Howard,
Clarenc*£»ed
and
Edgar
Brighton
high school Thursday night —Judge Collins held a brief session
imd Mrs. A. J. Holmes.
Marshall
spent
two
days
fishing
nearj
Miss
of court last week.
ere
"9
j wwere
.
. Norma Williams,
. Saluta^ ^.
. . _ „ . .A decree of dit
Houghton Lake last week.
^
^ ¾ Blades
^ ^ to on
Elmira
Blades
v o r c e Clarence
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Munsell and Itorian
^ UT g and James Noecker of H a m - |from
a cross
bill.
children s p t B t S i u i t o y with Mr and; ^
_ 2
I d a Henderson and brother, • T h e case
c a s e oof
f LLouise
o u i s e GGlenn
l e n n vvs.
g x
Ml
Fay
,J
f
Unain
^
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Frank Henry of Whitmore Lake were' n e t h p u r c hase, et al, was heard
and S
a
Mr and M m T ^ n r y Love were in
§
t s o f t h e i r c o u s i n , Mrs. Nellie E. ^
j u d ^ took' t h e ^ ^
unde r ^
>th Kuhn and son arc visiting
H
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a
t
u
r
d
a
a
i
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t
s
Mark Kuhn.
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, ^ ' „ \^J*«A
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cui. v
'visement an will render his decision ~
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Ifcsi Clyde Titus, Edwyna and Will Rose of.Ami Arbor and Chani. ^ ^
This had to do with a mortM?ft E u g e n e ^ ^ haw 1 ^ ,
:pim0n*
Crtton 9t-X»M*i Mn. Woliver, ami Mr. aod Man. Combi ol r , ^ ^ tp'ttlt ho^t of tiwir p* p^i'uiiS<fi^%
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The Pinckney Pispaich, Wfediietf^ J « ^ 10;
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jou
By EDWIN BALMER
like a little Japanese soonv with softly padded straw mats fitted together
to form the floor, and with a slightly
raised section, laid with thicker and
softer mats, for lounging, upon and
sunning.
Here, ta the soothing sun, you could
play with your boys* round* strong
little bodies, and imagine them men
—great men, splendid men, inspiring,
, important and thrilling. When you
did this, you omitted Imagining them
like their father. They must be more
than Davis ever would be. Davis,
your husband, who waa only thirty
but for whom you no longer held Illusions of greatness or of real importance, though you loved him. Of
course you loved him.
He lacked something that for one,
Jeb Braddon had. Jeb, who had been
at "the house" last night aa Beatrice
had learned when she phoned her -father after dinner, to aay hello. Bow
much further had Agnes and Jeb
"gone" last evening?
Bee wished that Agnes would hurry
over.
There she was! They faced each
other in the sun, but Agnes immediately bent to the babies, rubbing her
bands briskly to be sure of their
warmth before she touched the brown
little bodies. Bobble kissed back op
_
her cool cheek after she kissed him;
m*
lively Lace Makes Lovely Brides
By CHERIE NICHOLAS
ended it, once yon had It—both of
you—*a he at his end of the table, and
Copyright by. Edwin Balmer
she opposite him, had had?
•'We're together:
Isn't it good!
Good! Good to be together, together
in ii i i
sol" That waa how the old house had
SYNOPSIS
felt Here it waa gone. Most particuj f e i r e d d o r v yOttajr-eneHantaatteariy larly tonight it was gone from Father
1*1 broker Vf Chicago, is infat- and Mother. You could feel no cur*Th A m u Olenelth, beautiful rent of closeness.
of & retire* manufacturer,
a doctor, in lov* with Agnes,
Across the table Jeb sat He waa
'liia brothaf. left. Bod pis&s work happy to be here, and to have her
at Rochester. Jeb, suggests that he
•take a try for Ague* before leaving. bare. Of course it was because he
la Koti there la a deeper. obstinate was close to her, the table temporariieo«a«y and much sterner restraint* ly aeparatlng them, that he waa happy.
than in Jab; Ague* believes to be happy.
He waa in boahieas clothes, as he
* * H & W ^ : * f c k * o m t t aatiraly to a
had
come from his office. He and Aga ^ . 1 ^ hajra .adorable babies. Rod
vtaita Agnea and telle her ot hie great nes were not to go out to seek escape
teaire, but realUee it ean never be ful- from themselves tonight Quite to the
Uled. Ago**' mother la attempting to contrary! Why did conversation drag
regain her husband's love. Bob Glen*
.aith arrive* from New York. Agnei so?
/baa disturbing doubts as to what at*
Her father mentioned Insult to Jeb.
tract* **r father there.
"Stronger every minute," Jeb said.
"I'm putting all my people into MidWest Utilities."
CHAPTER I—Continued
There Mother sat, alone, no longer
the closest most necessary person to
There was no mark of deterioration any one. Her figure,-once as slender,
TRW him. It waa plain that his im« * w r j n n r T B « a r h ^ ^
pnises and l i s needs for closest, emo- pUmented her upon I t but men had
Davy's chubby little feet one after the
tional contacts had not fled or even
other.
retreated. Plain too, It had been for
"How's Jeb?" asked her sister, seat•ome time, that they had failed him
ing
herself before her.
fcere. What was he "doing"? What
Agnes
held to one of Davy's feet
had he done?
"All right Bee," she answered.
"Don't think about it," instincts
M
Did you go anywhere last night?"
warned her,
"Not us. Father and Mother vjent
Bte awung about to her. "When I
to the Stlnsons'; but we stayed J>ome,"
waa in Mew York, I got oat of somesaid Agnes a bit breathlessly.
thing I got Into awhile ago; and I
"What'd you do?" demanded Bee.
made half a million. . . . Tell me
"Bee, I guess Jeb and I got sort
what you want, little Light One."
of engaged."
•a don't want anything, Father," she
Beatrice's gaze Jerked up. "Don't
answered before she realized how
you know?"
r>ofe now fashion's big moushen she was disappointing him; for
^1 know he said we were, Bee."
v^mefit to play up romance and
the was thinking once more of her
Agnes leaned over and resorted to the picturesque for the June
mother. He irould offer to buy her,
clasping both of Davy's feet and pull* bride-to-be is calling, calling for
too, anything she liked; but it was
ing him gently along the mat
lovely gowns for herself and her
nothing that lie need bay which Moth*
Beatrice quickly touched a bell be- attendants that shall group Into
fr wanted from him. And this halfhind her. "They've been long enough a "perfect picture" on her wedding
million additional In his hands would
In the sun," she decided suddenly, and day.
not help her. No; it would not help
bundled her babies into robes. When
What bride is not a "vision of loveliHothef at alL
the nurse knocked, she banded the ness"? Her gown Is so carefully
"Bob?" they both heard her voice.
children out and secured the door selected/ajkd fitted, her. vedt Js made
"Bob? Are you home?"
again.
Just so-*-to tuae perfectly to her indiShe had come to the top of the
"All right now," said Bee, dropping viduality, to drape correctly, at the
stairs and was calling down.
to the mat
\
same time beguiiingly over the head
Agnes saw him start slightly. "Hello,,
"1 liked him a lot last night, Bee. I and down while the train must hang
Triple," , he called back, "Walt up
let him know l t " f
\
in just the right proportion and line
there. Coming S"
/
"How about thlsNajuttlng?" Beatrice with the dress.
They screened their first meetings,
demanded.
Many a spring bride this 1936 found
these days, from their daughter./
"I'm going downtown to have lunch the erpresslon of her dream of a
^Anybody for dinner tonight?" he
with him today."
vision of loveliness in a lace gown and
Inquired of Agnes, as he turned.
"But are you engaged? Did you say veil. With its Importance In the cur'Tell Me What You Want Little
"Jeb, I guess, Father." And she addyou'd marry him?"
rent faBhlon picture generally it but
Light One."
e d : "Rod waa here this afternoon."
"I didn't; for I didn't know I would. follows in the natural sequence of
"The Deep Sea ( P her father said,
I don't know now."
jeventa that lace should become first
and suspected, aloud. 'Why was he ceased to turn when, she passed. She
"You mean you don't know wheth- choice with brides. Now that the early
had lovely hands, beautifully-shaped
taking off the .afternoon?*
er
you want to?"
brides have demonstrated how really
"He was going away. He's gone." fingers with almoqd-llke nails, which
lovely
lace is for the wedding gown,
"1
guess
I
want
to
marry
him,
Bee."
Her skin,
"I see," said her lather, satisfied Agnea had Inherited.
June
and
mldtammer brides-to-be have
"Then
what
in
heajenjis
it
you
don't
with that, and he/did not Inquire though not dark, was less fair than
taken
their
cue and are enthusiasticalknow?"
whither. "Good fellow. But his broth* her husband's, and it needed color
ly
planning
their trousseaux in terms
"What It will be like to be married
er—how that yocng man does know now.
of
beautiful
teeo.
There was not too much /tonight, to Jeb," said Agnes. I didn't want to
tils wary about 1'^ And he' started, at
Not only does the lace gown in
Agnes thought There was too little. talk to Mother about i t at all. She's
last, for the stairs.
too unhappy. You aren't"
Itself enhance feminine charm to the
Headlights flayed on the. windows
utmost but lace for the bride brings
"No,"
said
Bee
quickly.
"How
was
t
They
had
gone
out
together,
Simand swung sway as a car skidded to
up the splendor and richness of former
Father
when
he
got'
home?"
Stions
driving
them.
The
leaping
blaze
a stop.
"No different He made a lot more periods, when lace played so important
Jeb came In, cold and stamping and «bv the. drawing-room had burnt down
a part In the costumes of historical
t$
jtd^fcwlng
charred
logs
that
lay
money in New York."
all alive/,
and
royal brides. The fact of the lure
""" '^ the andirons.
"I gathered that . . . But you and
She waa' his goal, this girl w>d
of
lace
foe brides was dramatically
gathered Agnes against him. Jeb?"
braved her bare arms and shoulders
brought
oot th a "Bride-of-Two-Cen"He thinks we ought to get married
Ikht It* ho aald. ••it's no use.
to the chill from the door,to meet Mm.
turies"
ebewlng,
recently held in New
as quick as we can arrange it. Oh,
for them. That's all."
She/above all others and ail else in
Bee, I never, never had such a day. York, In which fifteen period bridal
tb> world tonight, was the sole object I ^Why* It over, Jeb?"
costumes copied from those worn by
H l | arm about her also claimed her Rod came in the afternoon."
he sought, and nothing could keep
prominent
JSdies in the last two hun"Rod?"
ght band with his. He fitted her
nlm from her. That was. how Jeb
dred
years
was the feature. This bri"I can't tell you about that. I can
ender fingers to between his, as he
^ j n j ^ e yftu,teejgheayoji tarad,him,dal
show
was
topped by the modern
r:>
"-Hefto/Glenr He held her, mak- liked to do, and clasped palm to palm. never tell anyone about that I . . . bridal party, done entirely in lace, in
ing herVpaVms press his. "Hello, Glen!" i. ^Because"it's over; that's all any Then Father came home; and Mother shades of azalea pink.
. . There'a Jnst was making ready for him. . . . Bee,
"Jeb, why did you dHve tonight?" ,pne ce* ever aay,
He laughed, and bis happiness at so mticb In the cup, sometimes, I they'll separate when I get married, I
the triumph of this arrival thrilled j think, Glen, Ton can alp it all your know."
"Then I should think you'd hardly
down her arms from her palms held • life, afraid ever really to taste t t ; or
HER SMART COAT
rush
off and marry."
I jou can dare to drink it down. That's
to his."" '
Br PHURIE NICHOLAS
"But that makes me want to, don't
•Thought"'the* train might not get t what they did, I figure from what
through, Glen. I had $o. Are you "rve keajpd from rou. They had It all; you see? Ob, if you were in the
|. they took It all, tipped It empty to- house, you would."
glad, a little?"
"I wouldnV said Bee.
• gether. If he'd died, or she, ten years
"Oh, yes,. I'm gbrf. ','Jabr*
ago,
HM
been
a
break
for
the
poets;
sji J & p e # one# hf» overcoat and
Agnes proceeded to Chicago on the
w^ftMrtP « < l upo* "a chair for true love for a lifetime. But why
noon
train. As she neared the elty,
bother about such a thing, Glen? Do
Cravath to pick up.
she
wondered,
more practically, what
"Rod came?" he asked, as they you want it?"
plan
he
had
made
for her and him"Whatr Agnes saldr
passfedthe biasing hearth before which
self?
For
she
felt
that
today, of all
"Love for a lifetime. Tepid, tasteheV^atftar-'hadhatred.
fgef I Jbjp ieisme. J HeJavwonderful, less stuff you can bear to sip and days, he would have a special surprise
Jeb. Wonderful. We talked In there." never need to gulp down. Do you for her.
Agnes started when she saw him.
Why did she indicate the room—and want It? By God, youll never get
avoid it? She had no idea of taking it from me. I've had girls, Glen, but How much more hers, since last night
Jeb to i t Something tiuite separate never one like you. What well give was this man at whom women gazed;
from Jeb tiad transpired In there, and each other will be beyond telling. I and for whom they turned, after they
she would not have htm intrude dotrt know how long It will last; and had passed. Now he saw her!
Ob, this waa something! She Was
neither do yon.. v And I don't care;
upon i t
;
shaking
from excitement an hardly
nor
do
$6&'W^ii#&ft-*wWhate
'
^^trt-yati-wuWn't do it?" said Jeb,
she
had
last
night
it
all
while
we're
young.
We'll
tip
up
"2*o, I couldn't do it"
He
took
her
away in a taxi, and still,
the
cup—won't
we?—and
drink
the
They were in the great drawings
saved
the
tension
of their restraints,
room, wherer-on--this stormy night * whole damn thing down while we're
He named a restaurant where a few
huge wood fire also was blazing. Ha) living.
of
their set were «We to be. So they
"Do
you
dream
your
mother
today
turned to her in the warm light ta$
eat
side by side at a little table, look*
would
trade
what
she'd
had
for
anyMM bis brother, and straighter. There?
;
ing
out upon the wide, gay room yost
waa nb retd^ttade suit no marks ot thing else she eve* heard of? . . $"
as
If
nothing at all had happened
He thrust his free arm under her
ea^easnees,- nothing could make Jeb
since
they
bad been seen together.
-''''iejrietf prfclfuL
.
« knees/and claimed her dose. B e arena-'
So many people gna>d at diem; and
Her mind flew to her mother's room> with /her In hie arms and took a attp
Agtfe»
k ^ W t n a f tn'ey whtapered to
or
^wo,
carrying
her;
ftea
be
littm
where there waa another man whont
each
other:
There's Jeb Braddon." .
r «he could not picture pitiful.
- her/higher, bringing her face so near
Agnea'
hand
on the seat beside hey
to his that he could, by bending an
touched
his,
and
his closed on hers,
Inch more, kiss her. But he did n o t
The four were alone at dinner.
Her mother and father had dressed* Instead, with his Has over berg/ hi: briefly onl/.
"Nothing today," he told her, "ot
tor t i e r wer*> gOtng o u t There wa# Whispered.
1
morel
....., . , r t A
It taunted and tantalised Her.
always, m these days, something foe
More
than
last night? What eoolft
"What
is
i
t
7»b.
what
are
yon
sayMannish tailoring In suits and coats
them to go o u t to, If they wished*
ing
to
m
e
f
he
mean?
Marriage
today? Had be for grown-up ladles of fashion baa Its
and tonight though he waa Jnat home*
"The Una — don* yon know itt— a license in his packet?
/ echo iu boyish tailoring for theyoungSv
they utilised this, escape from thew
that
Francois
Villon
wrote*
dear,
tor
They
left
the
restaurant
and
Agnea
miew from* toddlers to teen-agar* T V
evening together. So. Father sat at
Mmself and his friends the night, be- watched the • women. looking m> s£ cunning little girl here plrturepT V?the
" h U M R , ; * ,'fti. * b l e in w* dlnne*
Jacket and Mothers) at her end;' * fore be waa sure they were eH to be him; be watched the men's eyes op donble4»easted ^ n n e l e o i t M - M
and_ was very satisfied.
.,
ffrtfc'&trngMa^be park, In aNfteTher
... deooHete* - * . . . . .
.,
•* hanged* "Men. brother men, that attV her,
er
ns
live,
let
not
your
hearts
too
He
took her into a taxi and gave an little brother would envy. Broad lapels
BhavHwaa forty-sewn, St she ha*
no thw3for£h Side.
^ ' i <.. •.»<!. t
4 and wide notched collar are becoming
J*••! •fcwan twen«y-tww when ahe had b e n * hard on m r b V *
"Tm going to ahow yon a bulrtpaal j r i t t e d t l l g h t l y t t the waist for ehlc
"But
why
do
yon
aay
i
t
r
BeeV'tb* Dark' Ooa, tbe< daughter Oik*j
"Wax Glen? Because we—God help aidtv" he told hfr Jte*_"where tla} j the coat la roomy and c o m ^ a b l e , , p *
herself. But Bee, after barely thrda
" , ^ j a m A r t b o n e b n t t o n s , mascoft** and 'tab-"
us. G l e b ^ W n r * going to be furriest" ired *ww and f youls ejart"
years of marriage and two babies (aa
And
then;
t
t
l
t
*
t
^
Mtoeor
her.
* atantiai, trim the high double-breasted
ff. JlotHtr *l»d H t d t " waa not now an
•1 spotted it for us—you with y e - g closing. This little model la the very
nappy aa Mamma had been for the
Beatrice Ayreforth had M a> smn.
sort tnst little girls are teasing their
twelve yea/s i s the "little" bona*
long, Jebt*
- t mothers to buy for them.
bath built in her hoeaac *T*aV anete.
f
(TO BB CONTlNVir
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AN EXCLUSIVE DRESS
SIMPLE TO CROCHET,
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Even the b u t t t ^ ^ n a m o u r e d of
his little charmer's newly crocheted
frock—a style that's winsome and
dainty for tots of four to eight So
easy b>crochet, too, In a simple iE* '
over pattern, topped by yoke of plain
mesh which serves as sleeves and
collar. Use white or colored string.
In pattern 553S you will find directions for making the dress shown
in sizes 4, 0 and 8; Illustrations-of It—
and of all stitches used; material requirements.
Send 15 cents in coins or stamps
(coins preferred) to The Sewing Circle, Household Arts Dept., 259 W.
Fourteenth St., New York, N. Y>
Write plainly pattern number, your
name and address.
Liberality ia the Present
He who Is not liberal with what Be)
has, does but deceive himself when
he thinks he would be liberal If be
bad more.—W. S. Plumer.
Which brings os to a very Important
subject—that of the fashion approval
of color for the bride Instead of the
traditional all-white. A modern bride
Sprinkle Feterm&n'i Ant Pood along window
may wear lovely blush pink or ice blue sQU, doow. snv place *fc«re«au »tae sad ge»
Feterman'i kUU then —redsau,black aaU»
or any tone or tint of her fancy.
others, Quick. Safe. Guaranteed effective M
One of the attractions of a "lace boon a day. Get Peteraan'a A&t Pood
wedding" is that lace offers every op- 25c Mc and 60s at your drescttt'e.
portunity to work out fascinating
color schemes, for this existing flair
for lace Is not exclusive with the bride
A N T sTQOD
1
but the theme Is carried out for bridesmaids aav well. One of the newest gestures IB that of lace dresses, with
Inward Qualities
cunning lace capes for each bridesmaid.
Be not dazzled by beauty, but Jeea
Brides, too, are looking into the future far those inward qualities which a n
in the selection of the wedding gown, lasting.—Seneca.
having in mind a dress that may be
worn later to social events. This feature is admirably interpreted In the
PAINFUL
very chic and lovely gown In the Illustration. Since the full long train Is
detachable at the waist, the dress
alone becomes perfect for the cocktail or dinner hour. The sweep of the
train, and the smooth silhouette of the
r*yw» cut on true princess lines are
the more lovely because of the lace of
Apply New De Luxe Dr. SchoDw
fine alencon of which this bridal gown
Zmo-pads on any sensitive spot*
is designed. The dress with Its narrow
canted by ahoe prweure or friction and
youll have iiutant relief. They atop pafak
waist and tailored neckline, buttons
Of come, callouaea and bunions; prevent
all the way down the fropt, Tulle la
•ore toes, blisters; esse tight shoes. Flesh
color, waterproof: don't come off ia tb#
used for the v-ell which falls in a bebath;
economical. Sold everywhere.
guiling drape over the face and hangs
quite long at the back.
The brI<Je In the foreground chooses
exquisite chanttlly lace for her gown.
It bespeaks an elegance of simplicity
In every detail. The effective arrangement of the tulle veil adds greatly to
And Need* It
the glory of the "picture."
A wallflower girl has plenty et
© Weatera N«w»pap*r Union.
time to develop philosophy.
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PASTEL TONES IN
SUMMER TAILLEURS
Summer tallleurs are more fanciful
than ever and synthetic fibers either
are mixed with wool or replace wool
entirely. Thlebaut-Brlon has made a
specialty of novel fabrics for this type
of tallleur. His eoltertion includes several rayon crepes with a woolen appearance and some rayon serges, either
plain or chined. Some of his woolen
fabrics show the same chine effect produced with twisted rayon yarns that
fleck the surface.
There are, pew mossy crepes with
a woolly texture, also a number of pastel-colored fine woolens, spotted with
brown, px, black rayon nubs or tufts.
Some of these fabrics have a tweedllke appearance and are seen In *eey
delicate pastel tones, including sweet
pea colors. '
Lett*) Dreaae* Continue to
Be Top* *t P*ria Show
Lace dresses continue to be tops in
Pari*. They're shown in amastng variety and startling numbers by all tbe
leading designers. To emphasize the
Importance of this material In tbe feminine costume, a ball was held recently
at the Hotel George V at which only
lace dresses were worn. Dull albene
laces were much In evidence, particularly in dark; shades anch aa midnight
blue, purplish blue, grenaf, eggplant
and a dark tone of tortoise shell brown.
Evening Saadals
Ootottt sandals of gold or silver moat>
ry with Ugh &»ee* are flret 1» evening
she* faeti<fee. It la considered very
caw to wear thesa with very saner
p « e r eovbred-kejee to-etther waecb or 4
contrast with the dress Instead of the
perennial flesh colored onea.
fcf*#e>*^e>Aj^w-**eV*
j*m •
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No Need to Suffer
MorningSickness"
H
"Morning sickness"--*is caused by
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onoit
To svoid it, add must i/m "'
offset by alkalis — such as magjaesisv '
Why Physic.qns Rexomrn«nd!
Milnesia Wafers
4
These mint-flavored, candy-like wafers am >
pure milk of magnesia in so$4 form— <>
the most pleasant way to take i t Each-;.
wafer ia approximately equal to afaUadult..
dose of liquid milk of magnesia. Chewed ^
thoroughly, then twiBowe^^hey oorreeS ^
acidity ia the mouth and throughout the>^1
digestive system snd insure quick. Was-3
plet* dimimtion of the wstta natters that -;
cause gas, headaches, bloated feelings and A
a dozen other discomforts*
• • £.
MOnesis Wsfers some ia bottles of 20 and48, at oSc and 60c respectively, wad h v
convenient tins for your handbag coots**-'
rag 12 at 2fa Karh wtfar ifeSgMsjiasSsry'f
one adult dose of milk of magnesia. Aflv
good drug stores seUsndrecoaunondthem^
Proressional samples sentfreeto_.
ptTVticisna or dentists if request
an professional letterhead, tassel
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tfi^hsd ttaifctaeeL
Beaded necklace* aa wide aa collars
and taking the place of collars are tnc t t a s n ^ V t a p o r s i a a V t t t dealraaU-
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The Pinckney Dispatch Wednesday, June 10, 1935
SOFT B A
MAKE Y01R MONEY
QO FARTHER WITH
HOHSmwm
LEAGUE
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SCORES
Dillon E r a t s Clark, 9 to 3 , and Ledwidge W i n s G a m e from S i n g e r 5-1
Dr. G e o r g e M a i m of Del oit visit- '
ed his m o t h e r , Mrs! Alvin M a n u , or.|
Sunday.
Mr. a n d M r s . M a t y i e e Smith a n d '
In t h e local *>rt »'«" l e a g u e ' l a « t f ,,., o l - 1 M > . o i l w c V e S u n d a y v i , i t _
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Claim's itu.il <J to 3 , a n d Ledwidtf-' °-'
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P a u l S i n g e r won a pitching»
Mo.sdame.-5 H a r r y nfce, Ch»b. W e i n contest from S w a r t h o u t , m o s t l y on i T , H a r r y P a l m e r , G e r a l d
Reason,
a c c o u n t of e r r o r s j n a d e by t h e l a t t e r ' s # 0 y S m o l l e t t a n d F o r d L a m b a t t e n d s u p p o r t i n g cast. In t h e s a m e T h u r s - \ d
County
h
K i " , s Daughters'
day nijrht H u b e Ledwidjre only a ,
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lowed 5 hits a n d would h a v e h a d a 1 board m e e t i n g a n d o n e o cloek l u n c h -hut-out except for an error.
j * e o n a t t h e B e n H u r C o u n t r y Cluu,
HoK,:-run h i t t e r s last week w o r e , B r i g h t o n , M o n d a y .
Paul Singer,
Andrew Singer, a n d
H be L i d w i d g e .
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K. Clinton, rf
1 0 0 0 0
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Ledwid^e
'.J. . W h e n . , cf
3 0 0 1 0
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0
1 11 0
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1
0 0 1
C. Miller. 2b ...
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0 1 0 1
Official jLandinsD
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4
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DEPOT AT
G a m e s This W e e k a n d N e x t
V/i (lncMiay._CI.avk vs. Ledwicl;;'Monday
Clark vs. Dillon
\ViMlaeVday_Sing-er vs. Lcdwidjrc
Travelling
i
THE GOCOYEAR MARGIN OF
SAFETY w i t h t o i ! ; \ h , s u r e
g r i p p i n g cent e r - i r u c f i e n trend
t h a t £ivcs 43'.i l o n g e r rean-skid
m i l e a g e than, even former
Goodyears.
2
BLOWOUT PF.CTECTICN IN
EVERY PLY — b e c a u s e of
p a t e n t e d . S u p e r t w i s t G>r.l —
m o r e resilient, more enduring
t h a n any other cord.
3;:
OWEST COST P : R . Mii.1
service witii g r e a t e r safety
in every m i l e — p:-ove.d by t h e
e x p e r i e n c e of m i l l i o n - .
* Registered
iTHE GREATEST NAiviE IN RUBBER
LEE LAVEYv-Deal er
Compare bus fares with
other' transportation jcosts.
Greater travel bargains than
ever before to ail America.
from PINCKNEY to
One Way
Flint
$2.10
Grand Rapids 3.05
Toledo
1.95
Detroit
1.70
Cleveland
3.80
New York City 11.25
Be sure your ticket reads
vi?. SHORT WAY-GREYHOUND for Service plus
Savings.
Kennedy's Drog Stose
AH
nm m
W H I T E R OUCL- said. " A n aim in
Hie la t!;e only tortum- woilii
the lUidliit'; and it ia not to be
I'ouiid in forc:.;n funds, Lai in t h e
h e a r t itself." T h e trend of education
Ilea more and more luwa U e- taLhehing "in t h e n e a r t I t s e l f h i g h e r a l m s
and motives for living. It i s to t h e
a d v a n t a g e of society t h a t w r o n g d o e r s
a r e being t a u g h t r e p e n t a n c e a n d refo r m a t i o n , und a r e in many ca^ea being given extended opyur-tunltiea t o
develop t h e i r t a l e n t s und usefulness.
Kducaiion that p r o m o t e t e m p e r a n c e ,
honesty, gentleness, reciprocity, is an
asset, for as higher, holier a i m s a r e
iirmly planted and unfolded witijin
t h e h e a r t of each world citizen, so
will c o m m u n i t y , national, a n d intt-r•-ttatinnnl .relations be niea_s\u abJy improved.
R i g h t e o u s aiins "are TcTTJe"'"
esteemed above money und jewels,
for the f o r t u n e s t i u y b r i i u a r e inde- tm^MB
s t r u c t i b l e and of inestimable v.'iiitu.
Certain liihle cljuiitctm s laid aim?
in life, holy and cmnmcndabli'. Who,
ALL WE SERVE
benefit naturally, by our many years of expert
In many years of close applicaT
tion to our professional activities, we
have learned much that is of infinite
value to those we serve.
Experienced mortuary service is important; just as it is important to secure
experienced professional service of any
kind, when professional service is needed. ,
p
hH.SWARTHOUT
FUNERAL HOME-
not felt a ^ i e u ' e r <l<^:ire t o i.now v , . . , , . , . . , . , .
' p n „ „ AT
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Daniel's God, who -(ieliveretli and : ' u , M < i * OK J i E X T _ _ \ V i u . D a r r o w , '£ \ - i — A J t - ' ^ e y c o w with c i l f
rescaeth"?
Daniel did not claim to I mckiicy.
, Dy Ride;
also a good w o r k h m ' « ,
,(Jeorgc j G r i e n e r .
be unique. l i e explained his rescue
on t h e ba^is of innocency before Cod W A XTl-JD.—1,:<peri, need w a i t r e s s
G!
and his h a r m h .^; :i< :., before Darius, dav.< a week w o r k . Hotel Livjnpston i F O C V D
± ,. ,„
•.
lLi
his kiim.
Previoi-sly, when called Howell.
^in^^\r^^-~Acomm,vcui\
truck license
upon to i n t e r p r e t th.e d r e a m of kini?
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!,..„.!!.1 , • _ . . , v " o r , C u n ^^v<-' saie
' P a y i n g f o r this adv."" h V q u l r J ' a L D e ? '
N e h a c h a d n e / z a r , he said
(Daniel <:>1{ i}AL'r]
V <iay bed. I n q u i r e a t' p a t'c'h Office '
2 : : : 0 ) . " T h i s secret is not revealed to D I S p - t l c h o'ti'ice
mo for any wa-ain'n t a a t 1 h a v e more
c.d" the m a s t e r Christian lmu- 10 ,s:c '^'"'iMm n t s ; in yuod conuition.
C. P .
l.i^ie l o r a c o t t a g e . A. F . W e g e n e r
ynd do likewise, even thoima they do S y k e s .
L ;tate
not f'uliy perceive U:<- s p i r i t u a l i;a- 1
.„•
i n q u i r e of M r s . Win, JelFl'ey
poit nr : a e u:vy,ir:i: Vo a t t a i n moral l-\jll
SALE
F r e s h G u e r n s e y Cow
excellence is a worthy aim for a n y - i d o d w o r k horse, a n d t:eed p o t a t o e s '
one.
i.Loiga Koche.
F A R M F O R S A L E . oo
a c r e s ; 60111 I l a n e h
Jn " r ' n o n c e and H e a l t h with Key
l
o^e, solid, a n d i n best
to thD S c r i p t u r e s " M;:ry iki!;er Eddy roil
S A L E _ 30 bushel l a t j s c . d u p a i r s ;
basement, eijctricitv, runhas ;;ivc-n the world this viewpoint: p o t a t c e s ; r i d i n g ..Ml-.ivator;
Golden n i n g w a t e r i n s i d e ; chicken c o u p , 12x
"Unt'.- a s u , a ;a •.,. t : ." av.l luith, i.'vei-green sweet C . . M ; e a r l y m a l u r 10;^~CarvA/8'arfgf' 2 0 x l 6 ;
P-»nary,
Ehou'd be t o lind tho l o o t r t e p s of in;,r D e n t - e e d eo.•
r. f i r , 1 0 x 2 0 .
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10
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T r u t h , t h e way t o health a n d 'noli- L'nadiila.
r i e e a n d clear, $ 2 , 5 0 0 . 0 0 cash. E x ness." And a few naaea farilior on
actly 4 m i t e s from the P m c k n e v limBhe tolls how this may be accom- F O R S A L E _ . Y e l l o w D e n t Seed C c r n . its, west on. US-3U.
T. Rodia.
plished:
".Mortals must g r a v i t a t e yN'.r G . r i m n a t i e n .
J . S. S t a c k a b L ' ,
—June.-Sept.
C o d w a t d , tin ir affections and aims (Tregory, Mich.
grow si;iritual, — they m-u^t near thcSALK
broad-^r inter))retatJous of la : n,a, a n o
^91}.
— A b i ) u t three acres of
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gain some propvjr sense of t h e inliGuy Hal!.
ite,—in order that sin and mortality
may be put off" (pp. 2 4 1 , 2>jf>). . . ,
F O R R E X ; T _ 4 0 a c r e s of p a s t u r e f o r
Jesus urcvd all to iove Cod su- I Oil S A L E _ _ Y e l ] o w " Dent sestl c o m . cattle o r h o r s e s .
Eugene Campbell.
premely and t o regard t h . i r n< ii'li- el.f'O j : e r bu^h.e]. Gcod g e r m i n a t i o n
o
—
M a x Ledwidffe.
bor wi1 h lovin;;-!:itmne*". It is (iuite iv.-i.
FOR S A L E _ E a t i n g Potatoes. Ort r u e t h a t if we did this, there would
~"
vilte S m i t h , 3 miles n o r t h o f P i n c k be no t e m p t a i i o n to brrah tlie Ten IT Ml SA1>E OP, E X C H A N C , E _ White ney.
C o m m a n d m e n t s ; thr.t is, w e ^ u m l d e a a m led P e d S t a r gasoline
:vr, "•
live | urely and honestly, rci-istin;; i\,v Ele^trochcf.
P h o n e 12, Pii -! . i j /
H O U S E K E E P E R W A N T E D _ O n e in
with success t e m p t a t i o n s to kill, 3fjeh.
family.
M i d d l e - a g e d widow p r e f e r r e d ,
steal, b r a r i a l . e v. it;iess, f i i a t , o r
.
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H.
K.
F
irth, Lakeland.
commit a d u l t ' T v . V.'e slmuld honor \\T)CiT \ V \ Y T : . T I
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t h e f'athei-Motlmr Cod, and keep j ;}}. , ° J ^ ^ ,
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WANTED__A
Housekeeper.
John
every day helv u i r o Him.
jD".\t
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; M a , n :me
(jallation
barn.
4iii\-e
a Hassencahl.
As'diati^ns; and motives to live
r i : h ; ! y are n a t u r a l and n o r m a l t o .Tmrce t o bid before you sell. P h o n e
children who have been correctly •j 3 a 3. W. G. I fen flee.
FOR
SALE__The
Giant
Lightert a u r h t . Often a child is so .coani/ant
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of love ami .aoodness as to I • pro- •'LGP. S A L E A
od \Yiiton i;ug,;by u s i n g t h i s .
\2 gal. gasoline lasts
tected from harm.
He is often so j 11x11 j l . , .
Will t a k e half in t r a d e :24 h o u r s .
Suitable for cottages and
conscious of eapivvsi m; h v i:'.,~-i:ind- I in poultry
ry_._or what h a v r y o u . P h o n e c a m p i n g .
E . Presley, Hi-Land Lake
ness t h a t he is totally uas .vase of-an- ' o r see irs. A. \ anSickel.
Store.
o t h e r ' s evil though;.-.
I'erents may I
early establish in th< ir ciiildtan a n I
W A N T E D — T o b u y wool.
Will b u y
aim in life t!mt incorporates f'How- •
n e w , b e f o r e i t is s h o r n . .
Advance
ship, generosity, industry, t h o u g h t - )
£1.00
p e r head.
Market
prices.
LDKETTE
fulness, and is expires^-d in daily oc- 1
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cupation. . . .
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More m a t u r e made :i':;, a;>r\ t.ar. j
F O R S A L E — T o m a t o p l a n t s , excelguard and fuide t'm ir t h i n h i a s in aclent q u a l i t y , t h r e e v a r i e t i e s ; also good
cordance with T r u t h a;,d l a i . e . One
^^LA-NP^LAKE
.;
w h o v.'elcoai'.s and appsoni ;•>:( s e , e i
q u a l i t y l a t e W h i t e R u r a l seed potafaint desii :s !<•;• h'S:-:- ii'.ia.:, chertoes.
A r t h u r Shehan.
& j C U v Dancje to
ishes t h e m s.crmly in m,- 1.(.-. ;•[ aim'
Strives openly t'> p-r.. •.•'.!.:•• Ciem, finds
ATTENTION!-.!
a m still
selling
his life bc'Comin" i ."'uii::--i-.i , proautomobiles.
Lot. me handle your
gressive. Consecration to T r u t h is a
deal.
S e e me w e e k e n d s , o r leav<>
c h a r a c t e r builder, p r o m m i m ; the v. id\
w
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d
a
t t h e house. P h o n e 47. W
fare of t h e individual and t e e s r i e '
C.
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cam'irio:,.-.
^ ^ ^ f > E » f D ATTRACTION
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..is •, 11,-( t h e
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MITCHELL 1 ^ ,
built on the :•'-'"!•_ f.]-'d ' ' <- • '
r
GENELLE EVERETT^*
even if for a >.\:.,J I . v .'•e i ' ' I ; , e.-Established 18G5
0U8 and iusisu.nt.
The r.fbio >-i\es
-'Introducing Their Nrv. -. rj tt11
us firui l o u u d a t i o a s for our individ' '-Lullaby*
of th<?~ Scars"
Incorporated 1 0 H
ual building. . . . — ' i h c Cliri&tiOr.
Science
Monitor,
Over S i x t y . E i g h t Ye*r»
JfiBNTERN
.,,.
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i
<i "n r' r i- '"i T*I ••"•. J
2 1-2 to 3 1-2 lbs
DRESSED
>-RAY WILLIAMS
and HIS ORCHESTRA
/ '• r e fi" »7 'C TT
TEA _iPTi:>rCi.-j
BlSQUir
of
Safe
Banking
\
KRAFTS i-&LUCH DRt^SING
McPherson
State Bank
FiG UAilo OR GINGER SNAPS
Admission
4 0 c 3?.' : • : • ' ! : ' .
CATSUP, Lar^e EoUie
Mrs. J a m e s Koclm spent T h u r s d a y
w i t h ' h e r d a u g h t e r , Mrs. Russell W e s t
in A n n A r b o r .
Mrs. W a l t e r S n y d e r of H o r t o n a n d
Mrs. Clifford B u t t e l m a n of Chicago,
spent Friday and Saturday with Mrs.
BAKING CHCCALATE
COT i'AGiL ^ri^ESE
SWELT
PiCKLES
•> .«•
Howell, Michigan
~
1
Capital $ 5 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0
Surplus $ 7 6 , 0 0 0 . 0 1
DILL PICKLES
MUSTARD
Salt or Pepper Shaker
5c
MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE
Lb.
27c
PEANUT liU/ITER
2 Lb. Jar
*
27c
Auto
Repairing
Guaranteed
YOU'LL GET BETTER MEATS AT CLARK'S
AH Work
Phone 51
Clark's
THE HOME ^ F HIGH QUALITY ME M S
B a n k s are n e c e s s a r i l y q u a s i - p u b l i c
eervants.
For that reason they art
e x a m i n e d periodically b y b o t h S t a t «
and F e d e r a l agencies. T h e n a t u r e o f
; o u r b u s i n e s s is essentially service.
40
We Deliver
PHONE
at all Times
Whatever it is—am}' whalever's
wrong with it—we'llfixit right
the first time! No coming back
. * for arguments end re-adjustments. No extra-charge work
without your permission. And
we leave no grease on the steering wheel to soil your clothec.
WILLARD BATTERIES FOR SALE
Charles Clark*
PINCKNEY, MICH.
WELDING
^
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W e a r e prepared, therefore, with
t r a i n e d e m p l o y e e s t o offer y o u service b y s u p p l y i n g a d e p e s i t o r y f o r
j c o m m e r c i a l f u n d s f o r p r e s e n t needs,
| or saving* for future needs. W e
h a v e S a f e Deposit B o x e s i n w h i c h
your valuable papers m a y b e kept
safe from fire. T h e u s e o f o u r n a m e
and c r e d i t f o r t h e p a y m e n t c r collection o f out-of-town a c c o u n t s m a y
be s e c u r e d b y p u r c h a s e o f d r a f t s o r
use. of o u r - ^ o l l e c t > o n d e p a r t m e n t .
M o n e y t o loan a t r e a s o n a b l e r a t e s ,
all deposits u p t o $ 5 , 0 0 0 . 0 0 i n s u r e d
by o u r m e m b e r s h i p i n t h e Federal
Deposit Insurance Corpc ration.
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