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LEDGER
ENTRIES
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LOWELL, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1946
FIFTY-FOURTH YEAR
The new fire truck, which WM
ordered more than a year ago, arrived here Tuesday. She's ┬л beauty.
Picture of It and marobere of the
fire department will appear In the
Ledger soon.
How To Proceed
For Terminal Pay
Notice of Importance
To Lowell Students
In next week's Ledger will be
found a comolete annonucement
of the course of study which Is to
be offered In Lowell High School
for the ensuing year. тАв
Students who will enter Lowell
High School f o r the first time a r e
asked t o study t h e outline in order
to become aware of college entrance requirements and In order
to make a n Intelligent selection of
courses. Such students and those
who have particular problems or
questions a r e asked to report to
the school office on Friday and
Saturday, September sixth atyl
savsnth, so t h a t they may ba given
special attention. '
In next week's Ledger will also be
found t h e detailed announcement
of bus toutes, t h e hour of opening,
t h e list of teachers and other m a t tars of i n t e r e s t >
I
Three Financial Proposals
Affect Michigan Taxpayer
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NUMBER 17
I Newspapers Join in
Commendable Effort
'
A
Cbarlene
Flsk foundation
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b,Uhe
by T ,e Is
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TIMBER
Time waa when our pioneer ancestors practiced a spoilage system that might have endangered
the country had we followed It a s
we grew to a more pcpulous. state.
Forests, back then, were endless
and timber over-ran the land.
There seemed no need for forest
conservation, no management waa
required perhaps. Fortunately the
O u r Roving Scribe Picks U. S, saw the need of renewing and
the woods and through
Up Some Good Items protecting
the Forest Service, have worked
keep nmum
timber giumuQ,
growing, aa IsтАв tha
The Kent County 4-H Club Fair to
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mo
ended Its
auv 12th annual
m u t u a l oshowing
n u w i u g UJ
by way with
wtvaa w
corn
a as and cattle. They
*breaking
' ^ la I┬╗ all
.11 attendance
. A A тАФ _ _ _records,
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B.xal
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estimated 20,000.
penpetual new growths. With p r i vate owners co-operating America
The winning team In the light- hopes to permanently hold one of
wenght horse pulling contest, own- h e r greatest resources.
ed by Hulzenga and VanderBelt of
There has been a shortage of
Grand Haven, pulled a load of wood and In war, millions of acraa
5,100 pounds six feet and seven were sacrificed, but they were wiaa
Inches.
and cut only the mature and kept
the seedlings growing. Nature has
The auction aale, all articles fOr worked for our good and before
sale which were donated, yielded t h i s last war, for a time, the coun<608. Here's t h e way some of t h e try was cutting lesa lumber a year
bidding went: ten lbs. of sugar $14, than the woods were producing.
100 chicks $20, five bushel potatoes Every reader of the Ledger pla|13, ten bushel oats 118.50, one ces a high value on our tlmberland.
guernsey calf $72 and another a t
187.50, one pig |55, half bushel
LABOR DAT
peaches and 5 lbs sugar 88.25 and
Labor Day Is a challenge each
"many other articles too numerous
worker should m e e t the dedicato mention." Rex Davis was the
tion t o promotion of Industry with
auctioneer and H a r r y Day waa the
a creative part and profitable gain
clerk. 1 i
f r o m It, with reason and honesty.
HigUights From
12th Annual Fair
t
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#
Springs Clipper,
The Rockford
Register, and the Sparta Sentinel
T-PnHnr In
In order
np/for )that
Vha# Charlene
r'hoflorin
AFmed Forces Leave Act
Leader,
Flsk, 6 years old, who had both
Eiplained Below
arms severed In an accident at the
f a r m home two weeks ago, may
The Armed Forces Leave Act of
be assured financial security.
1946 has been passed by the ConThe little girl, daughter of Mr.
grssa and signed by t h e President.
and Mrs. Merle Flsk who live east
It now appears definite that all
of Rockford, fell under a mowing
application blanks will bo distribumachine and both a r m s Were cut
ted through local ipostofflces and
off a t the shoulder. She Is still In
t h a t , when completely filled out.
the hospital but Is Improving.
will be mailed to Ithe Finance OfAnyone wishing to contribute to
ficers a t t h e stations where dist h e fund, please contact anyone of
c h a r g e was effected (separation
the three papers mentioned above.
One-half of this earmarked revcenters, for the most part). Payenue Would b e divided a m o n g cities, Whlle the sales tax receipts have Make check out to t h e Charlene
m e n t In cash and, or bonds will
townships a n d villages according reached a n all-time high, so have Flsk Foundation.
be sent the veteran f r o m the same
to their population. T h e other one- the state's expenses, As Is true
place. I
'
f
half would be turned over t o pub- with Individuals, the state Is paylic schools which now receive WO, ing more for everything It buys.
000.000 In state aid a n d would be The cost of personnel service (waVeterans who .wish to hsve a phodivided according to t h e schnW" ges) h a i also soared to new highs
ostatlo copy of their discharge
annual census of children 6 to 19. and with between 16,000 and 17,000
certificate may obtain one f r e e
people on the state payroll this
The constitutional diversion of
OPA has authorized more price by leaving the original a t t h e
Is no small element In the Insales
t
a
x
revenue,
according
to
Lowell
Post
Office.
boovtv affecting consumers a n d
creased expenses.
present
conditions,
would
approxidealer*тАФ80 cants a t o n for bard
mate from 187,000,000 t o *48,000,000 "Another Important element to
coal and eoke┬лand a n Increaae of
The original discharge certificate
a year. The figure used moat often be considered Is the fact t h a t all
18 cent* a ton for soft coal and
will undoubtedly be required aa a n
the atate Institutions have a backThere will be no Increaae In prila 1140,000,000.
ar┬╗ on top of a h i k e of $1 a ton
attachment to t h e application form.
log of equipment replacements and ces of the seedling pines available
allowed for b a r d coal and coke
S t a t e tax offlelato a r e said t o be
It
Is
Inevitable
that
some
will
be
unfilled
personnel
poets
t
h
a
t
will
for reforestation plantings thla fall, Little Mlas Nlte. Joan Hesche, 5- Taking advantage of good working
and 60 cents a ton on soft coal
of t h e opinion that loss of *40,006,allowed a month ago. On oranges l o s t IVeterans should send them by I A survey of rural communities 000 In
in ktate
K . t . revenue would
wo┬╗.┬╗ be
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Be- but a top limit of 4,000 have been year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. conditions, Improving those not u p
to standard, co-operating with emplaced on all orders, t h e conservamaximum prices In retail stores registered mail. I
" f
2 ^ stafe lwaa unable to meet the de- tion department's forestry division Raymond Hesche of Lowell cap- ployer;, seeking Just wages and
If the [veteran does not know by tha Publishers' Auxiliary, a " t тДв s ana
#
will climb about a half cent a
tured the first prize In the pet hours, with service in return f o r
newspaper trade magarine, t o de- would ^
orc^Jh^y t a j k ^ a n
f o r r v > H c m n t o { a and perdeclares.
tpound aa soon as grocers receive how much unused furlough time termine what memorials a r e being
show with her black and white
Suspension of nursery planting teamтАФSnowbal? t h e rabbit and pay, attaining t h e respect of cosupplies a t high prices authoriwd he should be paid for, be may leave erected as tributes t o those that
workers, are a few of the laws
t h i s apace blank and t h e finance
during
wartime
accounts
for
the
for producers.
' u l n o r personnel w # r e
Blackie the cat.
served in World War II has shown. such aa the tour mill property ijvy
f o r labor, i '
officer will connpute it for him.
current shortage of ┬лtock. The 4,000
the following:
which prevailedprlor t o
lavailabls. This backlog of needs
The Knights of Labor who oriSums under 150 will be paid in
The Vergennes 4-H Booster club
^ ^
a s sooo a s poealble seedling limit, designed to spread
Jokes, jests. Jabs a n d jibes just
"The community programs are new form of t s x a t l o n . l t k a f l l j * I
the limited supply as f a r aa possi- had a large eating tent on the ginated this Idea, back In 1882.
by J i f f : We haven't roached t h e cash. Larger Bums will be paid In being concentrated almost overwim t T . ┬г ┬г < ┬г .
the requests wUl be laid before ble, applies to cash customers. Inmeant the day as a symbol of
point in Lowell, where we can (29 bonds or multiples thereof, whelmingly on "living war memothe budget department and the dustries and private persons, aa grounds which was well patronized, m a n ' s earnest and honorable toil.
about
2,000
meals
being
served.
invite folks for dinner and be cer- with odd balances dn cash. (A vet- rials.^ These a r e of a type which who a r e too often Inclined to
finance committees of the next well as to public agencies authorMothers of the club members pre- The radical elements that have
tain of getting a roaet of beef or eran having |186 due him (would the returned veterans and their mand more andP *more state
legislature. They must be granted ized to obtain stock free.
pared substantial meals and the since come t o shock and a n g e r
a ham. . . .It Isn't t h a t we .need gecelve iflve $26 bonds and J l l in families, the people of t h e town" vices but balk like a Missouri
if the state Institutions are to
A
further
limit
of
1.500
for
any
cash.)
Bonda
will
b
e
dated
80
days
to
any
suggestion
t
h
a
t
extra
boys and girls, under direction of many of our (people, t h a t cause dismore through traffic, b u t t h a t we
and t h e coming generation can use.
function properly."
single species, white, red or Jack their leader, Sam Ryder, waited on satisfaction among the laborers
need more thorough traffic. . . a f t e r date of discharge, thus the benefit by, and enjoy. Memorial a r e needed t o pay f o r them.
It
la
VanderWerp's
conclusion
themselves. Is h a r m f u l to the t r u e
Here's a -catch" In t h e sale* f a x that Michigan voters, In casting a pine. Is expected to encourage the tables. Mrs. Ryder fried 85
Even if the U. S. mint does start longer a . veteran h a s been o u t of plaques and statues still have their
planting of mixed stands which are lbs of hamburg on Thursday. A meaning of our national Labor Day.
putting nickel into t h e coin again it service, the sooner h e can cash his place, but t h e m a j o r emphasis Is amendment. I t Is little u
vote for t h e bonus proposal, may more resistant t o t h e diseases and
profit of $275 was made. 10 perstill doesn't buy a s m u c h a s It bonds.
on something useful In the dally
public schools Would
V* be voting a tax on themselveaтАФ"a unusual weather conditions.
WORKING ON A TEAM
cent of which goes to the 4-H club
Bonds a r e non-transferable and lives of t h e citizens."
used to d o . . . I f t h e y manufacW
{j
..l* you
...... did
,11,1 not
rtnt expect
PTTVPO.t '
percent of t h e tax
tax on yourself
Three-year
old
white
and
red
Fair
general
fund,
i
Boslneea
managements have reIn a check of 660 newspapers on ADDITION t o thel* 48%
ture a s many autos as they say. non-negotiable, except as regards
The same conclusion might i)e pine seedlings are selling a t $8 a
It looks as though It will be a OI insurance. They m a y be used t h e qusctlon. "Is your community share, aa received during t h e
marked some people fall to m a k e
made, aa we aee It, for the freez- thousand, two and three-year old
bumper-to-bumper c r o p . . . . I t t o pay promluma or conversion planning a war memorial?" They 46 fiscal year. Or in other good on Jobs, or a t leaat m a k e
Livestock Champs
ing of 60 percent of the sale* tax Jack plno seedlings a r e | 2 and $2.50
won't be long in the f u t u r e when costs.
received the folowing answers; yes. public schools wonld
themselves unpopular, by t h e diffi^
for t h e public achools. plus 16 ^ and four-year old red pine transChampionships
In
the
livestock
we will be recalling the days when
70
percent,
no
27
percent,.
under
Furlough time accumulates a t
M percent of t h e sales fax
percent for local governments.
plants a r e 110 a thousand. No or- show were widely distributed. In culty they have In getting along
women used to wear stockings.
consideration,
8
p
e
r
c
e
n
t
On
the
t h e r a t e of 2% days p e r month f o r
d e r s are accepted, for less than the swine department, the grand- with their associates. They someail former lenllsted personnel start- form of the memorial the answers S t a ^ L h , ┬л ^ . ' X - ┬г
500 trees or less than 100 In any cnmii|/iuu
dlfputes
with thalr
champion barrow
uixi тАв ** тАвтАв was shown тАФbyтАФJtimes have
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M
ing f r o m 8 September 1939. Num- were: living memorial 78J percent,
one class.
Robert Erlckson of Caledonia. He boss or foreman, or quarrel with
plaques or statues 19.8 percent, un^
*
Gerber
Co.
Spomon
ber
of
days
of.
furlough
actually
Lowell Visitor Went
Orders are being accepted now. also rAJil^iucu
exhibited the champion pen.
rтАФ fellow
1C11UW workers.
W\J1 AC IV. It
At Is
a* a~ real
тАв тАФ fault.
t a k e n Knot to eocceed 120 days) decided, 7.6 (percent.
but only on special application The champion gilt waa owned by ^ | t V T < ^ u c t B frlctkm In a workThe living memorials" reported
should
be
deducted
and
the
balance
F o W e r 011 x i o v 6 m
Through Tryinf Times multiplied by t h e dally pay r a t e by editors Include such worth while
blanks obtained f r o m the forestry Clyde Francisco
n n I n of
f Lowell
T
find
the
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aand the
ges. prisons -and other pubMe t a r division's Lansing office. Deliveries reserve champion w a s entered by Ing force, where cooperation la
Procedures
in
State
things
aa
community
centers,
athle(base
pay
iphw
longevity
pay).
To
needed
for
efficient
reeulta.
Daring the Jap War
usually begin about September 15, Evelyn Johnson of Clarksvllle.
vlce needs? '
this should be added 70c per d a y tic fields, lighted stadiums, librarOnr trouble with some of these
That's where the new tax ------enters
Recognizing t h a t t h e doctor Is after the first hard frosts a t the
First prize wlnngrs Included
Capt. W. W. "Hall (M. C.) U. S. for Subsistence and, in the Case ies, hospitals, swimming pools, vet- T b a l ' s wnere m o uew
the picture. State experts insist frequently consulted on adoption nursery.
folks is . their determination
to
Duane
and
R
i
c
h
a
r
d
Francisco
of
Navy, Was in Lowell t h e f i r s t of o f . t h e top three enlisted g r a d e s e r a n s ' buildings, memorial trees
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Farmers catching u p on tree Lowell, Dan Rted of Rockford and have their own way about. things.
problems,
t jhie Michigan
there Is no choice.
the week visiting his brother, Clint (Mr. S g t . Tech. S g t . and -Staff and s h r u b plantings.
The Michigan Real Estate as- League and the Michigan Society planting postponed during the war Sidney Vandertuln of Grandvllle. They have firmly convinced opinThe Ledger was proud to report
Hall, on his w a y to Bremerton, iSgt. in army a n d CPO, P O Ist
on
this
survey
that
Lowell
was
!soclatIon,
which serves 1.600 af- for Mental Hjyglene have brought helped set a seedling shipment re- Stephan Carlson of Alto took first jom, and It fa hard to convince
class
and
P
O
2nd
class
In
navy)
Wash., where he will serve a s
planning
a
"living
memorial"
In
filiated
brokers.
Is hostile to the out a booklet covering this subject cord in the spring of more than money In ewlne showmanship.
I an additional $1.26 p e r day should
chief 'medical officer.
them t h a t their Ideas m a y b e
the
form
of
a
community
center.
Idea
of
a
revival
of ~t h e тАФ
state pro- which Is of Importance to physi- 5.000,000 trees In 2.000 separate orLUC
iVIiaa
wa
lUCa
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Flrwt prize winners In the FFA wrong. I t seems to take conslderCapt Hall served aa commander be added 1f o r allowance In lieu of This center Is balng sponsored by
cians throughout the state of Mich- ders.
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^
b
u
t
Is
favoring
the
salea
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swlne show Included Donald Hes- a b i e compromise and concession
of the hospital ship "Solace" dur- quarters.
At..
m i l . mrv.f
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Aniftrl- tax
.
as tftTOftfTMfor local govern- igan. The booklet explains the rethe Clark-Ellis
post of
the Ameridiversion
che of Lowell, Robert Schaap of ^ p e 0 p ] e to be good team working engagements a t Iwo J l m a and
can Legion and public subscrip- ments. The latter would take some lationships between the physician
Grand Rapids. Harold and Dale
Okinawa, giving Tlret aid and evaera.
tions a r e being asked for this of t h e pressure off the local tax- and other officials and agencies Kent Draft Board
cuating t h e wounded to Guam and Legion Memorial Book
Johnson of Alto.
concerned
In
adoption
Ipractlces.
worthwhile project.
payer, officials feel. A number of
Championships
In
the
dairy
show
Tlntan. Although his ship was
The Legion and Auxiliary, by a towns have held wpecial elections The comprehensive brochure titCalling Fifty Men went to. R a y Hesche, Jr.. of Lowell T H O U G I f r S O F C H I L D R E N
plainly marked in accordance with
Still Available Here great deal of hard work, have to remove t h e 16 mill tax limita- led, ' H o w to Adopt a Child in
W h a t thoughts a r e thronging
international law k r j l 80 miles
Kent
County
D r a f t Board Is pre- on Holstelns: Fred Darling of
managed to earn over a thousand tion or t o Impose extra taxes on Michigan," was under-written by a
Grand
Rapids
on
Guernsev?;
Sharthrough
the minds of the children
away from the scene of battle, the- There is still a limited number of
dollars this summer t o go toward property owners for purpose of Michigan baby foods firm. Lack of paring pre-lnductlon notices f o r on Davis of Rockford on Jersey's >
"Solace" w a s bombed by the J a p e V J Day Memorial books, publishof our homes? The 'future of the
schools. For example. Munroe will funds limited t h e original mailing about 50 men 19 to 29 years old, Earl Phelps of Cedar Springs on
this building p r o j e c t
and narrowly escaped destruction. ed by t h e Clark Ellis Post of the
country will eventually come Into
vote. September 28 on whether t o plan for t h e adoption booklet, who will comprise the first of two
milking Shorthorns, and Kenneth their hands, and It Is Important
A slstw ship, t h e "Comfort" waa American Legion, available a t the
Increaae Ita 15 mill limitation by which was prepared by the Adop- calls In September In the County.
VanderLaan of Grand Rapids on to know what they a r e thinking
bombed by the enemy, killing five Christiansen D l u g Co., Hill shoe
tions Committee, Michigan Welfare Joseph Beurkens, chief clerk, said
mills for five years.
Snbstitnte With Honey . five
Brown Swiss. Sharon Davis placed
doctors, seven nurses and a num- store and L. E. Johnson's.
The Michigan Education assoc a- League. T h e c h a i r m a n of this com- Saturday.
a b o u t Who shapes their thoughts?
first In showmanship.
ber of t h e crew members. '
This book contains pictures of
Tho┬╗e
who
Ipass
physical
exmittee.
Mlaa
Teresa
Farrell
of
When
Canning
Fruits
tlon recently w U h ^ w temporar ly
P a r e n t s complain In mam* cases
First
prize
dairy
winners
Includ89 men who were killed In service,
aminations In Detroit will leave
at least. Its opposition to the sales Flint, aald.
ed: Maurice Roberts of Kent Cltv, t h a t they are unable to do so, and
R┬оCEIVED TOO L A T E
names and places where 37 men
for
Army
service
September
15.
tax
a
m
e
n
d
m
e
n
t
Opposing
the
a
.
Allison Roark, who r u n s a fruit
"Through co-operation of Gerber
Lowell Johnaon of S p a r t i . Frank- t h a t the youngsters develop their
News letters f r o m Alaska, Star were wounded and k roster of over f a r m two miles north of Lena Loo, mendment are t h e Michigan State Producta Company of Fremont, The second call will be made dur- lin Williams of Rockford, John Slef
own Ideas.
a
1,000
men
who
served
f
r
o
m
Loing
the
latter
p
a
r
t
of
the
month.
F
a
r
m
Bureau
a
n
d
t
h
e
Michigan
Corners. Harris Creek and South
near Ada, called a t the Ledger ofMich., 25,000 copies bf our folder
Naturally their thoughts concenState Selective Service Head- of Caledonia. Karl Anderson of
Boston Were not received in time well, Ada, Alto, Cascade and P a r - fice on Monday and offered the State Grange, representing rural on child adoption have been printSparta.
Don
Swltzer
of
Rockford.
nelL
following:
to usei this week. Sorry.
Interests, i
. ..
ed for immediate distribution to quarters laat week w a s ordered to Gerald Wells of LowHl. Don El- trate a good deal on their games
Honey may be substituted for Another amendment, N u m b e r doctors, hospitals, aoclal agencies, furnish 1.500 men for Induction in
lerlch of 1: %ckford. Betty J o a d1j a n d sports. I t fa mighty Important
p a r t of t h e sugar in your favsrlte One on t h e November ballot, would probate judges, and others interest- September. Those who alt eady have Johnson of Alto, Robert Workman to them to win when they play
canning receipt. Best results will p e r m i t public expenditures on pub- ed In Improved adoption practices " enlisted will be credited with the of Caledonia, Joan Shay of Sparta, baseball or tennfa or football, i
County's quota when it Is received,
be obtained If half the sugar Is re- He airports. The attorney general a
Roger Irtob of Sparta, Nelda Davis
They also think ahead somewhat
placed with honey. Use syrup table office baa held t h a t t h e constltu- NOTICE O F ANNUAL SHOW- Beurkens said.
of Rockford, Kenneth Merrlman to the time When they a r e older,
and process by your favorite meth- tlon does n o t permit dUbursement
K. K. Vlnlhg, Kent County Agricultural .Agent
of Alto, Yvonne Shade of Lowell, whether they shall t a k e a coUege
BOAT MEETING
DEMOCRATS SPONSORING
for a n Internal improvement of
od. T
Benton Thompson of 'Rockford, course, and what sort of work they
PICNIC AT RAMONA P A R K
The annual meeting of Lowell
F o r t a r t f r u i t s such as cherries, thla type.
Jerome and Leland Phe>pB of CeKent County r u r a l volunteer fire- on Monday t o set up tepts, pens plums and apples: 1 cup honey, 1 T h e Amendment Iwould remove Showboat Inc. will be held on
'
The Kent County democratic pre- d a r Springs, S t u a r t Bradford of w a n t to do In the world. I t helps
men have perfected a n organixatlon and fix stalls for cattle In two cup sugar, 4 cupa water.
this barrier. I t would open the way Mooday. Suptember 9 at 8 p. m., c l n c t o r g a n U a t i o n w J i i .ponaor a Sparta. J a n e t McPherson of Lo- them to have Intelligent thoughts,
of their ownjko f u r t h e r the pro- tents.
F o r all other fruHs; 1 cup honey, to matching of local f u n d s by the In t h e Lowell City hall. The meet- p l c n i c a t R a m c n a P a r k , Saturday well, Donal F o x of Alto, Sidney if they form t h e habit of reading
The new riding a r e n a Helped a
g r a m of fire prevention and fire
cup sugar, 4H cups water.
federal g o v e r n m e n t
Ing will be held for the
afternoon, August 81, a s per an- K e r r of Lowell. Andrew. Walma n e w s p a p e r s They will t h a n gat
fighting. They call themselves "The l o t The Lowell Riding Club la to
Bring water and supar to boiling W e have not beard of any organ- of electing three members of t h e n o u n c e m e n t ^ Patric H. Walah, of Grand Rapids and Steve Rowe some Idea of the sort of work t h a t
K e n t County B u r a l Fireman." ' be commocded o n t h i s Job. All p o i n t add honey, atir, bring to ised oppoaltlon to the proposal. board of directors from each of c h A l r m a n .
the world w a n t s done, and about
of Cedar Springs.
Lowell
I t all started whan Dksk Machlele livestock Judging waa in t h e ring, rolling boll. Skim, and it is i┬лady In f a c t thare Is strong aentlment the
vho parent organizations,
тАФo-- Murray D. VanWagoner and othGenevieve Depew of AKo was an the world they will find waiting
assistant county agent, called to- t h e horse pulling contest a n d both to use. Use a large kettle when In favor of I t
Board of T r a d e and the Clark- e r s t a t e candidates will attend a outstanding winner In the beef
gether all t h e volunteer firemen i n evening's e n t e r t a i n m e n t W e pre-" canning with honey because it h a s T h e other financial proposal Is EUla Post of t h e American Legion. r e c e p t l o n a n d buffet supper a t the cattle show. T h e champion feeder for them when they grow up.
16 townships to dlacuaa ways and diet a lot of use for t h e arena.
a tendency to foam and boll over. the veterans' bonus Of $270,000,000, All members of these organizations R o w e H o t e j p r i o r t o their appear- steer was shown by Ward Rexford
as submitted by t h e state legisla- a r e eligible to vote a t this meeting. a n c e
I M P E R F E C T WORK
means of better fire fighting. At
Twenty-two teams in t h e llgbtR a m o n g L P a r k for their of Kent City. The champion female
t h e April meeting it waa suggested welght horse pulling contest a n d a
Signed L. E. Johnson, sec y. ^ , m p W | y n talks. Everybody wel- In the breeder class was the proture.
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A g r e a t deal of Imperfect work
In putting t h i s proposal before cl7-18
Lowell Showboat Inc. come.
an orgaixatlon be set up. Directors dozen In t h e heavy. Good crowds
perty of David Schlutz of Rockford. Is done in the world. If these ImCeiling On Newsprint
the votera on November 6, the legwere chosen f r o m each district and attended both contests.
Championships In the 8he?p show perfections could but be corrected,
islature slde-ateppad t h e questionthese In t u r n elected the following The auction sale brought a total
went to Richard Larson of Saranac the cost of production would b e
Boosted
)7
Per
Ton
PUBLIC AUCTION
entirely
of
how
t
h
e
bonus
Is
to
of 1608, t h e biggest amount y e t
officers:
on Shropshlres and Bernard a m t h less
COMING B V K N T 8
goods could be sold a t
Wednesday, September 4, 12:80.
President, E . J . Roblnette, Grand l ^ e many folks who gave cattle, OPA has boosted manufacturers' be financed. I
of Grand Rapids on Suffols. Gersomewhat lower prices. T h e inState
Senator
Don
"VanderWerp
18 head of cattle, pigs, grain. Good
Baplds; vice-president, John Klein- swine, seed, fruit, eggs and poul- ceiling prices on neweprint acid In
ald Larson of S a r a n a c won the
of Fremont,
of t-тАФ
he тАФ
sen- f a r m machinery. Val Kurr, 13 miles
dustrial machine would r u n more
r leiuuuk, chairman тАФ
Jobs daughtera will meet on Mon- showmanship c o n t e s t
hekscl, McCordar aecretary and try, have t h e t h a n k s of t h e 4-H the United States by seven dollars ui
ate finance teommittee. believes gouth of Lowell. 20 rode west of day, Sept. 9, a t 7:80, a t the Masonic
treasurer, Richard Machlele, Grand club members a n d we Include t h e a ton.
Exhibitors of first prize sheep smoothly.
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Rapids. Directors: Lowell Ander- auctioneer e n d clatk.
A printer w a s telling one day
The ^ g e n c y said t h e price in- t h a t t h e public will be misled Into Freeport school, then 1 \ south. Temple. All members please attend. Included Gerald Larson, Leonard
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17-2t Hoag of Lowel l Maryland Clark of how he once set a green hand
Pl7
son, Kent City; Wayne WIHlams. We see some problems ahead. crease was retroactive to cover all the belief t h a t a bonus of this size
Cedar Springs; and Forest Squires, Our club program la bound to grow. deliveries of newsprint since Aug. can be financed out of a "vast
of Lowell, J a m e s Mortensen of to printing some envelope*. H e
Rockford. тАв
The Good Will Club will hold Grand Rapids. Jean and Donna soon noticed t h a t this youth took
More buildings a r e needed for liveWhen It allowed sales on a n
TO,FOOTBALL r R A C T I C E
This group m e e t s quarterly. A t stock and general exhibits. P a r k - adjustable pricing basis.
their regular meeting on Wednes- Dalstra of Lowell.
no pains to aee t h a t the printing
Football practice will get under- day afternoon, September 4, a t t h e
the meeting fires t h a t have occur- ing space is a problem. If you d o n t
OPA aald the price hike w a s explains it
went on straight on the envelopes.
of f a c t there Is no way September 3. Suits will b e Brynton cottage a t Fallasburg.
"As a
red eintje their laat meeting were believe it you ahould have been granted to discourage a diversion
SPARTA R O D E O ON
dlscveeed, demonstrations given b y there Wednesday night.
LABOR DAY Many lines were printed crooked,
to o t h e r m a r k e t s of foreign news- salea t a x surplus a n d we do not issued a t 3 o'clock In the high
anticipate
t
h
a
t
t
h
e
r
e
will
be
one.
school
gymnasium.
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equipment companies and o t h e r
without regard to the top a n d botThe Young Adult group of the
Many folks offered help in one print normally ahlpped to this
Another big rodeo will be staged tom of the envelopes.
discussions pertaining t o t h e Job. w a y or another on these problems country and to check any tendency
F i r s t Methodist church will meet
In
this
area
on
Labor
Day
when
Their next meeting will be held a t a n d we a r e going to remember on t h e p a r t of domertlc producers
Thursday evening, Sept. 5, a t FalThe youth defended his w o r k by
Cedar Springs, Saturday afternoon, t h e m
lasburg park, a t 6:80 for a picnic Sparta will play host to Wee* Mich- saying t h a t the printing was all
to divert newsprint output t o other
igan
horse
fans.
The
show
will
November 9.
dinner. Bring table service and a
more profitable paper.
there, and It could be read easily.
dish t o paas. Rolls, coffee and consist of contests starting at He couldn't seem to realize t h a t
..30 p. m. between top riders of this
Another 4-H Clnb F a i r is history
We went with t h e wife t h e other LOWELL BOY LEAVES
dessert will be furnished.
entire d i s t r i c t There will be door to make an attractive Job, It w a s
and we can't help b a t feel It waa d a y to buy groceries. Quite a Job
ON IMPORTANT MISSION
the best one y e t For one thing, these days. In a good east end
September 3 regular meeting of prizes and thrills a plenty. Chuck necessary to have the printing on
wagon service to eaters and drink- straight and true. So t h e envelKeith Hlmebaugh, chief of t i e
more people had a hand in plan- store I found t h e lousiest bunch
Rebekah Lodge 282.
ers on the grounds.
ning the programs and helping a t of peaches I have seen In a long bureau of information in the Deopes were spoiled, and new s t a r t
f a i r time. There were by f a r t h e time, green, small, twiated and Just p a r t m e n t of Agriculture a t Washhad t o be made. If people could
The Cooperative club of VerNOTICE
moat livestock exhibits we ever anything b u t appetizing. They were ington, D. C., left by plane Augu#'.
gennes !twp. Will meet a t t h e home
only realize t h e necessity of doing
5,
for
Copenhagen,
Denmark.
He
had: 181 dairy cattle, 20 beef anl- Michigan peaches and the m a n who
of Mrs. Ed Mueller, on Thursday, Last day of registration for t h e perfect work, a lot of trouble and
mals, over 100 hogs and 30 head of grew them and t h e man who offer- has been traveling through western
September 5. M r t . Leonard Kerr, November 5 general election will expense would b e saved.
Germany
ahd
h
a
s
vlklted
Paris,
sheep. Buildings and tenls were ed them for sale ehould be ashamed
chairman, i
be Wednesday, October 16, under
Geneva,
R
o
m
e
and
Algiers
and
extaxed to their capacity. The poul- of themselves. I t w a s the best ad I
the new registration law. Register F O R M E R R E S I D E N T
pects
to
go
to
Warsaw
and
the
try exhibit w a s missed but the f e w have seen for southern peaches In
VFW meeting next Tuesday a t now with Esther M. Fahrnl, townBURIED H E R E
rabbits helped. Big building waa a long time. K e n t County i s s e t i - Balkans before returning t o Cop8 p. m. All members and prospec- ship clerk or Lylla Johnson, townfull and we were glad to s^e com- Ing to m a r k e t a fine crop of peach- enhagen, where he will a t t e n d the
Mrs.
Lettle
Teeple
Terry, aged
tive members t r y to be p r e s e n t ship treasurer, as deputy clerk.
mercial exhibits on hand again. e s and there is absolutely no rhyme World Food and Agricultural con78. passed away A u g t r t 23, a t the
Supervisor,
F.
L
Houghton
Refreshments
will
be
served
a
n
d
pl7
Where ahould credit go? Well, or reason for putting f r u i t like ference in September. He is expectRESULT O F HASTE AND H U R R Y ON T H E HIGHWAYS
home of Archie Sherrard in Owoacards played a f t e r the business
t h e Lowell folks hefced so much, t h a t o n t h e m a r k e t Some day we ed to speak f r o m Europe on the
SNOW SUITS
( тАвs0- Funeral, services Were held in
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This smashed and bloodstained c a r la typical vlaual evidence of t h e meeting.
setting u p and t a k i n g down. The would like bo see some kind of a re- F a r m and Home hour on SeptemOwosao Monday afternoon, with
danger which lurka Michigan street* and highways when motorists
program committcs did a fine Job gulation t h a t would keep small, un- ber 7, or 14th.
Gabardine aijd wool comblna- burial la Lowell Mrs. Terry, forThe 21at annual Ford reunion wvuv wavu vupm*** w\/iua 11
Keith is a f o r m e r Lowell boy and a r e obsessed with "haste and hurry." Three peraons were killed In
on
^ a t h e wwwiass^
evening'sm vuvvi
e n t e r t^unaa
t a i n m e n t a derslzed, poor quality fruit off tha
тАФ
tkms with alpaca worm liningsтАФ meriy Lettis Wheadon, w a s for
Job t h a t IBM a l w a y s been a head- m a r k e t Every grower pays for tha son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. t h i s recent crashтАФJuat three more reasona why motor lata and pedes- will be held on Labor Day, Septem- alppered. Navy and aeal brown, 4 many yeans a resident of Lowell
trians
should
"
T
a
k
e
It
Easy"
over
t
h
e
Labor
Day
week-end.
Hlmebaugh.
ber
2,
at
thu
Alton
church
ache. H u m Che g a n g t h a t oa
in t h a t kind of Junk.
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to 12 y e a n . $15.60. Coons.
and Fallasburg.
The P o s t Office Department
plan* to dub the new five-cent air
mall postage rate, effective Oct. 1,
the "U. B. Flag Rata." For the
first time there will be one air
mall rata for all U. B. Urritory.
Thereto a campaign cooking to
publlclM the naw "Flag Rats."
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OPA'i Paul Porter t h i n k s ha can
trim t h e meat Black Market now
t h a t meat Is going back under , ceilings. Hato throwing 2,600 Inveatlgators Into t h e field. There were
only MO whan t h e price control
UptHrf. Milk prices are not Hkely
(to rlsa much more. There's the
OPA threat to recomm-nd control
again If prices gat unreasonable.
The decontrol board backs OPA on
this warning. Next oommodltlea to
ba considered will be tobacco, petroleum, laggp and {poultry.
Commnnity Centers
HigUy Favored For
Lasting Memorials
Up and Down Kent County Roads
x.J$SkJsi
Mlchlgan Press Association Newsservice, By Gene Alleman, Manager
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Three flnancltl proposal*, m 4 h having far-reaching conaequences,
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4M be
Vv┬л voted
A* M Aupon byU..Michigan
WIAKI<┬л┬лtncitizens on^ November
L. 5.C
are
Two of them would a m e n d the s t a t e constitution, while the third
would authorize t h e spending of 1270,000.000 In bonus payments to
Michigan war veterans.
All t h r e e ballots, moreover, would affect t h e Michigan taxpayerтАФ
perhaps mora than he anticipates. As we see It, a strong likelihood
exists t h a t t h e state legislature '"Mil be forced In 1947 t o levy addltlonal taxes, If the bonus pi
'al and t h e salea tax amendment
are both approved a t t h e N ,
ber election. 1
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One amendment to t h e state
institution would e a r m a r k one cent
of the sales t a x for schools a n d cal governments.
No Price bcrease
On Pine Seedfings
For Reforestation
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T H U M D A T , AUGUST S*. IMT
T H E LOWELL LEDOEB. LOWELL. M K M O A l f . T H U B D A T . 1AUOU8T M. I t M
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Editorial
and ALTO SOLO
PubllatMd r r ┬л 7 Ttourrtajr momlnc ftt
HO &Mt lUlo Street, LowtU, ┬╗llchl┬л*n. BAD MATHEMATICS
Bound At Poatoffice at UoweU. Mlcbtcaa, President T r u m a n is f a t h e r of
MatUr.
the thought and pioneer In the
B . O. Jefferfes, Editor and Publiiher current prophecy t h a t the national
F. D. J e f f e r l w . A l t PubUiher budget will be balanced the presH. F.*Jefferte┬л, Advrrtlslnx M f r sent fiscal year; nevertheless he
admits that the #expendlture8 of
the government Will bo $1,900,000,000 over the incoming revenues.
SUBSCRIPTION B A T E S
The public fcs being informed
To all pointa in lower Michigan; that all Federal works will be deOne T e a r $2.00 Six Months |1.25 ferred, wherever possible, a n d
Three Months 70c Single Copies 5o there are rumors (don't consider
them seriously) that the "coat of
To all points in continental United running the Government" will be
States outside lower Michigan:
lowered, with hundreds of thousOne Tear |2.50
Six Months 11.40 ands of (public employesтАФdropped
Three Months 75c
frSm the Federal payrolls.
Bad mathematics and national
All suhscriptlens payable in adelection troubles are l i k e J u d y
vance.
O'Grady and the Colonel's lady
The Lowell Ledger, MUblUhed Jane, "sifters under the skin."
1893; The Alto Solo, MUbUthed January,
Save up your money for the t a x
1WM. Conaolldated with the Ledfer June.
1017. The Lowell Journal eatabllahed 18M. collectorsтАФthey'll take most of It,
Conaolldated with the Ledger December as usual.
IB, 1036.
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EXTENDED COVERAGE
LOW RATES
BLANKET COVERAGE
according lo hazard
t
on all outside personal
FREMONT MUTUAL FIRE INS. CO.
Local Agent тАФ LESTER DAWSON
Lowell. Mich. R. R. 3
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N O W , MORE T H A N I Y E R
SOUTHWEST D O W N S
MtU. L. T. ANDBRaON
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Anderson,
( M m H a t a e & Rtefe) '
тАвon Claire and Bon-ln-law and
daughter, Mr. land Mrs. Roger
PltBch were Sunday dinner guests
Ada School Opens Sept. 8
of Mrs. Zetha Anderson and family Homer Morris, president of Ada
of Grand Rapid*. Mr. and Mrs. School Board, District 1, announces
Dick Houseman were afternoon the date of opening for Ada high
guests.
school will be on Tuesday mornMrs. Mar)* Reynolds and sister, ing, Sept. 3, at 8:45 o'clock.
Mrs. Julia Troy were Sunday
Mr. Raymond Plnder of Rockguests of their brother, J o h n and ford has been engaged aa princifamily.
ple and he will be assisted by Mrs.
Mrs. Keith Bowman and twine Plnder, Mlao Nellie RoUlns. MM*
returned home from Blodgett hos- Lyn Preveys and M m Lucille Athpital Friday. All are coming fine. erton.
The babies answer to the names
Plans are under way to serve hot
of Michael and June.
lunches free, through the aid of
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Sheehan the Mother's club and nearly 200
and Mr. and M m Clare Oless arc er's Club and near two hundred
visiting the former's sister,. Mrs. pupils will be enrolled this year In
Garrett DeVlsser and famllv of the school.
Denver, Colo.
Mrr.^Leon Anderson and daughBooster Club Meets Aug. S
ter, Mrs. Roger Pltsch, Mrs. MichM m Ida Morris and Mrs. I v a
ael Sheehan and children and Mf┬╗?8 Morris will be hostess at the BoostMary Sheuhan attended the social er Club a t the regular September
club Thursday a t the home of Mrs. meeting to be held Thureday, Aug.
Gerald Anderson.
B in the dining roon. . . A<1. M . Several from this vlclntlty at- sonic Temple. The usual potluck
tended the 4-H Pair In Lowell last supper will be served at 7 o'clock
week. Some fine stock, fruits and and please bring your own table
beautiful flowers were on display service and a dish to pass.
by the club.
Thto Is the first meeting a f t a r
Claire Anderson spent Tuesday
a month's vacation and It Is hoq)ed
afternoon at the Gerald Anderson
home and was a Friday afternoon all members will surely attend.
visitor of Harold Vreeland.
Miss Nora Troy spent a couple
of days last week with her friend.
Jeanne Eardley of Grand Rapids.
Michael Shehan, who Is employed In Grand Rapids, enjoyed a
vacation last week.
BEFORE
CAMPAU LARK
MRS. S. R. HUBD
THE ARMY HAS A
GOOD JOB FOR Y 0 U I
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N O N - C O M M I S S I O N E D GRADES NOW OFFERED
TO FORMER A R M Y OCCUPATIONAL SPECIALISTS
G O O D jobs in non-commissioned
grades are being
offered now by the Regular Army to qualified former servicemen!
Veterans discharged on or after May 12, 1945, who enlist
or reenlist for 3 years may be enlisted in the non-conimissioned
grade for which qualified, provided this grade is not higher
than that held at lime of discharge, and provided that at least 6
months of former service was in one of 400 designated military
occupational specialties in which enlistment is now desired.
Important, interesting jobs are open in hundreds of skills
and trades in the Army, with splendid training and educational
advantages! These are in addition lo free food, housing, clothing, medical and dental care, low-cost insurance.
There's adventure, travel, education, a secure and profitable
future in this vital, realistic profession. Get full details at your
nearest Army Recruiting Station.
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Highlights of Regular Army E n l f c t t m n t s
1. BnlittmenU for 1V&, 2 or 3 other furlough privileges can be obyvart. (1-year onliitmmiti permitted tained from Recruiting Officers.
for men now in the Army with 6 or
5. Muttering-out pay (based upon
toon months of aervic*.)
length nf service) to all men who
2. Enlistment age from 18 to 34 a n discharged to reenlist.
tncluiiv# (17 with parents'
8. Option to retire at half pay
conaant) extrpt for mao now in the
Army, who may reenlist at any age, for the rest of your life after 20
and former service men depending years' service - increasing to threequarters pay after 30 years'service.
on length of service.
All previous active federal military
S. A reenlistment bonus of $50 service
counts toward retiremeat.
for each year of active service since
7. GI Bill of Rights benefits assuch bonus was last paid, or since
last entry into service, provided sured for men who enlist on or before
reenlistment is within 3 months October 5, 1946.
after last honorable discharge.
8. Choice of branch of service
4. A furlough for men who re- and overseas theater (of those still
enlist within 20 days. Full details of open) on 3-year enlistments.
N E W PAY SCALE
lтАФ to CtefUaf, Fee*.
hi addition to pay shewn at
tfgM: 2#% Increase lor Service
Overteat. 50% If Member of
Flying or Glider Crews. 5% in-
crease In Fay for Each 1 Yean
тАвI Service.
^тАвate Pay
far
тАФ
Meet*
Master cSergeant
or First Sergeant #169.00
Technical Sergeant 135.00
Staff Sergeant . . 115.00
Sergeant . . . .
100.00
Corporal
. . .
90.00
Private Pint Q a a s .
80.00
Private . . . .
75.00
A coon
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Listen to "Warriors oi Peace,"
тАвVoice of the Army," "Proudly
We Ha#." Mar* Warnow', Army
Shcr*, "Sound O/l," "Harry Wiamar Sports Review," and "Spotlight Bands" on your radio.
U.
ion
roa
John Warner w a s a Sunday caller at the Reed Cooper home. 1
Mrs. Lawrence Wllberts of Grand
Rapids. M m Reed Cooper, Mrs.
Ira Johnson and Ye Scribe attended a stork shower at the home of
Mrs. Carl Freyermuth of Lowell,
honoring Mrs. Wm. Johnson Friday evening. M m Johnson received many and lovely gifts.
Mr. and Mrs. J a m e s Baldwin of
Lansing announce the coming marriage of their son. Clarence and
Miss Beth Nortne Hack of Lansing.
The wedding will be September 14
In Lansing. Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin
are former residents of Alaska and
Alto. M m Baldwin is t h e former
Tlllle Colvln.
Mr. and Mrs. I r a Jo'mson are
remodeling their home.
Our youngsters "are very busy
getting ready for the school bell
and will hear It ring September 8.
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. BWdulger and
4 children of I t h a c a apent from
Tu&sday night until Thursday with
the HVirds. Sunday callers were
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. McNally of
Kalamaroo^ Mr. and M m Dan Glllessee of Grand Rapids and Roy
Grossmen of Clearwater, Okla.
Mr. and Mr*. Ray lx>ck and
Dickie Joined t h e Hurds and house
guests Wednesday night for a hamburg fry.
The thoughts of others a r e only
valuable to u s when t h e y cause
us to think for ourselves, " la our
own thoughts t h a t guide u s to failure or success.
PEACHES
Rarvcit it the Puk
We are now picking a
heavy crop of Hale Haven, South Haven and
Rochester. AH yellow
freestones. Excellent caning varieties.
you
S. A r m y
CMOOSI
f/M
MONTHLY
lETI RIM INT
INCOME AFTUt
20 Years' 10 Years'
****** Stvlc*
*107.25 #189.63
87.75 151.88
74.75 129.38
65.00 1 I 2 J 0
5 8 J 0 101.25
5240
90.00
48.75
8438
Bushel or truck olad lots
r u n
f H o I I SVIOS v o n
We Grteiville-Beltiu
faMet eew at year aeares* Army lecrWNag StoNea aad "Mete * тАв
PEACH ORCHARDS
117 IONIA ST., GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN
Rccraiting Sergeant at Lowell Post Office Every Monday
Morning from 9:00 to 12:00
Ada Newt
Phone Belding 889F14 .
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America's
Largest Selling
Fuel Oil
Egypt Grange HoWa Social Sept. 6
Friday evening, S e p t 6, E g y p t
Grange will hold a social a t t h e
hall when home made Ice cream
cakes and pies will be featured.
There win also b e fancy article┬о
and groceries for sale a n d a n
electric mixer will be given away.
A good time is assured for everybody and you are given a cordial
Invitation to attend.
Mr. and M m Will Lockwood,
M m Anna Waahburn a n d Miss
Marguerite Waahburn of G r a n d
Rapids ware Thursday evening visitors of Mrs. Mary Harris.
Several changea a r e contemplated on Faae at. In Ada, for f o u r of
the fine homes have been offered
for cale. One change well under
way Is the new cottage type home
being erected by t h e Glenn Martins. Grover Fase is improving his
home with asbeatoa aiding, and the
Kenneth Fox home has been made
even more attractive with new red
blinds, and the fine new lawn and
shrubbery.
Hi Kids!
Mahogany finish
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by Freddie Martin
'They Say Its Wonderful" by Perry Como and
Many Others by Betty Huttbn, Charlie Spivak,
Vaughn Monroe, Tommy Porsey, Duke Ellington
and many popular albums.
>1"d-
D A Y
DANCE
RODEO
a few Linoleum Rugsy 9x12
There will be a "Bobby-Sox
Rotfa and Sons Company
Dance" every Friday after-
Bettes Tower Hill, Sparta
noon from 3 to 5 p. m. in our store. FOR FREE!
Ropiig-Riekiig
Stair Riding
FURNITURE AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Dance to the latest records. Roll back the rug
and let's go!
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Ada Locals
Orrle Chaffee and Mr. and M m
Tony Ortowskl attended the annual reunion of t h e Chaffee family
held a t Ionia on Sunday. F i f t y - тАЮ тАФ
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ties. All enjoyed the picnic potluck
dinner and an afternoon spent In Show Starts at 1:30 p. m.
visiting. The group will meet again
Adults $1.00
Children 50c
t h e last Sunday In August of 1947.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Sonzer and
L u t h e r Burbank once said to me, [Mr. Edison told m e he did not con- they attributed their success to
Edwin and Donald and Mr. and
'I dislike being called a wizard." slder himself a genius. Both said plain hard work.
M p . Kenneth NHIlat and Dick and
P"
Marilyn were Sunday dinner gueats
of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
H a r t e r in Grand Rapids.
Mr. and M m H a r r y Fitch motored to Grand Rapids Sunday t o attend t h e celebration a t the airport
and saw the very swift rocket
plane, and the a r m y planes which
flew In formation.
Maurice Ward of Io> la spent t h e
week-end In Ada with Mr. and
Mrs. Webb W a r d and week-end
and Sunday callers at t h e W a r d DeVrles home were Mr. and M m
Ben Tlmmers and Yvonne of VerMr. and M m Henry Fase
and children and M m Tametta
VandePearle of Ada and Mr. and
Mrs. A r t h u r Wlson and children
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of Grand Rapida
The fire equipment at Ada gar
lunch, r o u n d UD tha
age was called out on Sunday for n
v o u n g s f t r i ana head
fire a t Cascade. The framed dwellifOr
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ing house occupied by George
You can raiy on AW
Litchout waa destroyed with a loss
to fill your bafkat wHh
estimated a t 88.000. The cause of
the f r e Vas a defective chimney
alt tha good fhingt
Sympathy is being extended to
nacanary to maka your
Walter C. Afton, Sr., and M m
picnic * mamorablf
Fern Snell a t t h e death of their
mother, Mrs. Anna Afton. M m Afton passed away suddenly on Friday morning a t the age of 72 years.
Besides the husband, Charles Afton
of Kent City, ahe leaves to mourn
her passing the son and daughter
In Ada, a son in Kent City, a
daughter in Sparta, three grandchildren and tbree risters. Funeral
services were held on Monday afternoon a t the Baptist church at
Kent City with interment in Idlewood cemetery, Kent Cityi
Mrs. F r a n k VanDam a n d children of Grand Rapids were all
day visitors on Thursday of M m
Hermon Stuklde.
Mr. and Mrs. William Slager
and Betty and Bob went to the
airport In Grand Rapids on Sunday
afternoon to aee t h e navy exhibits
and t h e new Jet plane.
Mr. and Mrs. Orvles Kellogg atFOOD
tended the 4-H F a i r a t Lowell on
Thursday of last vfeek with friend*
and report t h a t they enjoyed the
fair very much and that there was
a large attendance.
Mr. and Mrs. Mux Souzer, Edwin
and Donald, Mr. and M m Kenneth Nelllat and Dick and Marilyn, M m Victoria Rykert, and Mr.
and M m Robert H a r t e r of Grand
Raplda attend the Cole family reunion a t Lake Odessa.
T h e r e a r e a limited number of
Memorial books of service men
who were killed from Ada; Alto,
Cascade, Lowell and Parnell avallla. See Mrs. Loveleaa or Walter
Afton to get one of these books
that contain 89 pictures of service
men who were killed, names and
places where 87 were wounded and
roster of over 1,000 men who
served.
Mr. and Mrs. Orvlea Kellogg and
Mr. and Mrs. J a m e s McCormlck
went to Grand Rapids on Sunday
to attend the birthday p a r t y given
for Mrs. Lettle Kellogg a t the
home of Mrs. J e a n Doran, M m
Kellogg celebrating her eightyseventh birthday. "
Mrs. Vernon Brldgeman left on
Saturday for Seattle, Washington,
and h e r sister-in-law, Mrs. Peggy
Brldgeman, who had been visiting
~M Ada for a week, accompanied
her to Chicago. I n Seattle. Mrs.
Brldgeman will meet M m William
F a r r a r , Jr., who Is sailing for Js*>_ тАв t h e last week In August and
they will accompany each other on
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this long Journey to meet their
husbands.
C a r d s have been received by Mr
and Mrs. H. A. Fitch f r o m their
daughter. Charlotte R. Fitch, Ph.
M. l-c, who had been spending the
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Basaett, P h . M. l-c, a t t h e parenta
home In Angola, Ind.
M m Florence Whitfield of Lowell waa a visitor of Mrs. Andrew
MUler on Wednesday of t h i s waak.
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Mra. Edward Watson visited her
friend, Mra Harmon Cant re 11 In
Lanalng, Wedneaday.
Mr. and Mra. Henry Stehoumer
were Sunday evening guests of Mr.
and Mra. Orren Sterkcns.
Wlllard Hesas of Muskegon waa
a supper guest of hla aunt, Mrs.
Edward Watson, Saturday.
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No. 2 "Surrender" by Perry Como
Lowefl.
Miss Georgia Clendenlng of Glad
win is a guest a t t h e Royden Warner home.
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Mra Roman E r b of Green Lake
spent Saturday with her alater,
Mrs. John Roth.
Kneehole Desks
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man you are the equal of any man
you may meet and fear Will the
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buy the litest RCA-Victor
Records here iu Lowell?
__ Some business men will keep
stenographers a f t e r hours to get
out letters of Importance and then
to save three cents postage will
send the letter regular mall In the
place of air mall, delaying Its delivery three days.
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Mrs. Elizabeth Phelps spent the
week-end at the home of Mr. and
Mra. O. C. Andrews in Muskegon.
Bob Yelter and Mlsa Loretta
Ay ling of Eaat^lianatng were weekend guests at the Teiter-Speerstra
home. .
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Mr. and Mrs. Harold Boyce and
son, Roger of Lansing were weekend guests of Mr. a n d Mra. Floyd
Boyce.
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Mr. and Mra. Francis Hoover
and daughter f r o m Pontlac were
Monday dinner guesta of Mr. and
Mrs. Merle Dawson.
Mrs. Kittle CharUa Mra. Mary
Wahto and George Finucan attended the lawn aoclal a t Parnell
Sunday. .
Mrs. O. R Soehner of P o r t Huron la t h e guest of h e r sister, Mrs.
W. W. Gumser and mother, Mra.
Henry Rather.
Mra Ethel Stevena and sons.
Bob and Charles, left Sunday to
spend a few days with h e r slater,
Mrs. H a r r y Kindle In Flat Rock.
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Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Nash, daughter Mary and son Jimmie of Clarksvllle. acompanied by H a r r l e MUler
of E l k h a r t , Ind., vlalted Friday
with Wm. Cosgrlff a n d wife. 1
Mrs. L i s l e S h e r m a n of Alto
spent Monday with Mra. (J. C.
Hatch, Mr. and M r a Charles Decker of Clarksvllle a n d Mrs. Hattie
Walker were Sunday dinner guesta.
Vanarsdale Flynn a n d family of
Grand Raplda apent t h e week-end
with his parenta. M r .and Mra.
Will Flynn. S aturday afternoon
they all vlalted friends In Stanton.
Charles Williams , a n d Oolllno
Purchaae apent laat Wsek in Grand
Haven. Mr. land' Mrs. P u r c h a s e
want t o Grand Haven Sunday, t h e
boys returning b o m s with them.
Mr. a n d M r a Lylo E w l n g of Bay
City, Mr. a n d Mra. W m . H u f f m a n ,
Jack PattanglU, and Mr. and M r a
Robert Wingaiar left Sunday on
a tr^p through Northern Michigan.
Mrs. Nancy Leece of Clarksvllle
spent Thursday with her alater.
Mra. E. L. Kinyon. I
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HEATING
Sheet Metal Work
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THE PLUMBER
Mra. Cora Burt of Caraon City
is visiting Mrs. Olive Rltter and
other friends In Lowell
Lillian Heltzelman of Cascade
and Marie Rltter of Ionia apent
last week with Mrs. Olive Rltter.
New FALL Toggery
Mrs. Jennie Townsend a n d
mother, Mrs. John Wright are visiting Mrs. Towneend's son, Clair
and family In Lansing.
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Mr. and Mrs. Dorus Church of
Harrletta spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Norma Frost and
Byron.
Mrs. E. R. Jackson apent the
week-end at the Gera'd Fraal┬лr
home in F r u l t p o r t
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Coons enJoyed a vacation trip to Niagara
Falls last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bolenskl
Miss Lucille Warner and Miss
Peg Waltx returned Saturday from of Detroit were Sunday guests of
thalr alster. Mra Martha Hall.
a t r i p to California.
Clifford Gibson of Grand Rapids,
Mrs. Charles Reynolds la apendIng the week With her aon, Herbert a former Lowell resident, called
on friends here Friday evening.
and wlfb In Columblavllla. '
Mrs. Mae Speaker of Lake Orion
Is a guest of her sister. Mrs. Austin
Coons and family this week.
Mr. and M r a Walter Klsor of
Lanf.ing were Sunday dinner gueats
o'. their mother, Mra. M * r b Mu-r.
Mr. and Mrs. James Howard and
family of Wyandotte are visiting
at the home of Mr. Howard's sisRecent callera on M m Earl ter, Mrs. Leo Denny.
Nash were Miss Fern Joseph of
Mrs. Lauj-a Carter of Middlevllle
Spring Lake and Mr. and Mra. Joe and Mrs. R u t h Pierce of Allegan
Verbert and Miss Lucille Verbert were callers on their aunt, Mra.
of Grand Raplda.
Emily Murray, Tuesday.
Mr .and Mrs. Robert Morrison
of Grand Raiplds were Saturday
guesta of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zens of Wash1
Armstrong.
I
ington, D. C., and Mr. and Mrs.
Mr .and Mm. Marcus P u t n a m of Wairen K Lusk of Lansing were
Eaton Raplda spent Sunday with Monday evening callers on t h t l r
Mra. P u t n a m ' s parenta, Mr. and ┬╗i┬лter. Mra Roaella YeUer.
Mrs. N. L. Coons.
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Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B u r r a s and
Mr. and Mra. Darrall Burraa are
тАвpending t h e weak a t thalr lodge
on Pickerel Lake, K a l k a s k a county
Mr. and Mra. Vers P a r k a return
sd to Bolae. Ida., Friday, after
viaitlng relatlvea In Lowell and
Grand Raplda for aeveral weeks
Mr. and Mrs. F r a n k Miller have
returned f r o m their wedding trip
and are spending this week with
their parents, Mr. and M r a Jack
Fahrnl. .
M m M. OTCeefe, who h a s been
a resident of Lowell for many
years, left Saturday to make her
home with her stepdaughters In
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Mr. and M r a J a c k Fahrnl apent
Wednesday and Thursday of last
week with Mra Fabrnl'a aMer.
M m Claude Kleft and husband In
Saginaw.
Miss Marlon Bushnell accompanied by Mlas R u t h Grieves and
parents of Ionia a r e spending ten
days In Northern Michigan and
Wisconsin.
Mr. and M m Otto Kllnk and
family of Sparta attended t h e 4-H
Fair Thursday, and were aupp*^
guests of Mr. a n d M m Phil 5'
Davenport.
Week-end guests at t h e Walter
Gumser home were Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Gumser Jr.. from l a n a l n g
and Mlsa Eileen Gumaer f r o m
Grand Rapids.
Mr and M m Orren Starkens
returned laat week from a trip
in Northern Michigan and Canada
They stopped In Charlevoix t o call
on Mr. and M m J . K Moore.
Mr. and Mra. Harold Yelter and
Colleen, M m Roaella Yelter, Sue
Krum, Mary Cm lu┬╗, and R . тАФ
Sprlngett have returned f r o m a
week'a outing at the LusUg cottage a t White Fish Lake.
Mrs. Jules E r l e r entertained
their uncle and aunt, Mr. and M m
A. Chriatle and Mr. Erler's sister,
Mlsa Beulah Erler of Grand Raplda, Sunday. All enjoyed a picnic
a t Fallasburg P a r k in honor of
Mr. Erler'a birthday.
Sam Stout and f a m i l y from
Oakes, N. D., left Tueaday for
their home a f t e r a two weeks vlalt
with Mr. Stout's alster, Mrs. Tim
Conant and other relatives In
Michigan. тАв
Mr. and M m Fred Bennett of
BatUe Creek attended t h e Stout
reunion a t Myers L a k ┬л last week
Thursday and spent a few days
with their parenta, Mr. and Mra
T. H C o n a n t
Mr. a n d M r a Chris Leonard are
spending this week a t t h e Palmer
House In Chicago, enjoying a much
needed vacation a n d attending the
naUonal convention of t h e Photographer's AssoclaUon of America.
Mr. and M m W . A. Roth and
Dick a n d Mr. a n d Mra. Wesley
Clemeoa a n d B r u c e left laat Thursday on a t r i p t o t h e Black Hllla
In S. Dakota. They will return
home by t h e w a y of t h e "Upper
Peninsula. I
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A picnic waa held Sunday, Aug.
2S at Don Philllpa cottage. "Blue
Haven", Murray L a k e In honor of
Don L. Phillips' 12th birthday. 18
| o r dinner and fish aupper. Don
received some very nice gifts.
Friday Iguaata of Mra. Yarn
Bradford and Lawrence White
Mr and M r t . Qeor/e Hale and
spent several days lof laat w s e k Phy'.il* and Mr. and Mrs. Clare Armstrong (were Mrs. Clyde Flynn
with Dr. ┬лuad Mrs. F . E. White and S r y n n t attended ┬л wadding in Lud- from Roaebud, S. D., Jlra. L. D.
Caae ffom Bloomfleld. Neb., and
ington, Saturday even'ng.
attended t h e 4-H F a i r .
Arthur and Roealle Young, both
M m Lydla Heaven f r o m Clarks- of whom have m a n y friends in
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Lowell and Saranac will open a resM r a Jennie P a r d e e and Mra. t a u r a n t a t 240 E Lafayette S t ,
Estella Rosier of South Bowne Ionia, on Saturday of this weekwere callers a t (the W m . Coagiiff Read their opening announcement
home and attended t h e 4-H Fair on another page o f - t h i s Issue.
Thursday. Mr. and M r a I r a Blough
Mrs. John A r t h u r of Long Lake
and son, Ivan, of S t a r Corners
received 2nd degree burns on her
were also callers.
foot while In Grand Rapids, to be
with h e r daughter, Mr*. Marion
Mr. and Mra. Charles Snay of
Detroit called on their aunt, M r a Cole of Riverside Drive, who is at
Melvlh Kunkle, Sunday. Mr. and t h e Osteopathic hospital having
Mrs. Snay a r e spending a week's plastic surgery done on h e r ankle,
vacation a t Town Line Lake and t h e result of a n auto mishap 19
; with h e r father, Hoe Snell a t t h e weeks ago.
Greenville hospital.
Mrs. C. H . Gorte and daughter
Martha and M r a Milton Growe of
Dorrell Burras, w h o h a s been at- Owoaso accompanied b y their
tending t h e KJ. of M., Ann Arbor, father, Chris Blerl of Croton. spent
has been appointed a member of Wednesday and Thursday with
the faculty of t h e S t a t e Teachers Mra. Art Schneider and family. Mr.
College a t TpallanU. H e wUl begin Blerl remained wu t h e Schneider
hla teaching duties with t h e open- home until Saturday. тАв
ing of t h e fall term.
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Mr. and M m Alfred Walters of
Lawrence P i t c h e r a n d aons, Du- Manltou Beach were week-end
ane of Vickeryvllle a n d Harland of guests of Mrs. Maude VanDusen,
Los Angeles a n d B e r n a r d Long of and Mrs. Addle Danlela Mrs. NelVickeryvllle called on Mr. Pitch- lie Elmore, who had been spende r ' s a u n t , {Mra. L e t t l e Maflcofcn ing the week a t the VanDusen
Friday. Mr. and Mra. Dale Morgan home returned home with M m
of Grand Rapids Were Sunday call- Walters and husband S u n d a y . '
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Mra. Elisabeth Wieland, though
Mr. and M r a K e n n e t h G. Brlggs atlll confined to her bed, is much
and toon bf Chicago were guests a t improved in health. Recent callers
the h o m e of Mr. and M r a H a r r y N . on M m Wieland were Mrs. V. J .
Brlggs t h e past week, returning Dlckerson of Lakevlew, Rev. Armhome Tuesday. All were In Way- strong of Grand Raplda, ' Mlas
land Saturday visiting a t t h e home Klahn of Dlckaon, HI., Mra. liOUlae
of Mr. and Mrs. H i r a m Hudson Dehmllon of Algonquin, HI., and
and others. (
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Mra. Katharine C u r l e y . '
George Rowden of Charlotte and
M m Lenna Havens of Hastings,
old schoolmatea of Mra Marie
Muir, visited her Friday.
Mr. and Mns. Paul Bradford of
Easton and daughter Mrs. Medlll
and two sons of Midland, called
Sunday on Mrs. Addle Daniels.
Mlsa Cytherla Krum, who has
been vWtlng her grandmother,
Mra. I d a Krum, returned Friday
to her home In Houaton, Texas,
M m Max Wlllwerth and baby
of Gtand Rapids were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Wlllwerth f r o m
Tuesday to Friday of last week.
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Mra Myrtle Alexander Is visiting
her sister, M m Glen Loveland and
family in Alto, also the Austin
Livingston family In Clarksvllle.
Russell Coons accompanied by
hla aunts, Mrs. Louise Walkley of
Lansing and Mrs. Mae Speaker of
Lake Orion, spent the week-end
a t the "Soo'.
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Coats and
Blaxers
Unlined or lined with
wool or rayon
$5.95 to $17.85
Ntw Sport Shirts for Fall
Long sleeves, plain and checked patterns
$1.16
to
$5.19
Fill Wenbley MIEMT TIES
Wrinkleproof plain colors and scotch plaids
$1
Gottoi 6ibirdiie Topeoits
Mr. and M m Ted Sllcox, Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Rltter and Mrs. Olive
Rltter spent Saturday evening with
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Rltter In
Ionia.
Fiigertip Gibirdiie Topeoits
$14.50
Wool Gibirdiie Topeoits
$32.50
Seottweed Topeoits
$12.45
Miss Peggy Simpson of Saranac
left Sunday to spend a week a t
a cottage at Pentwater with Mr.
and Mrs. Eugene Gaboon and f a m ily.'
Darold Simpson, son of
Mrs. Harold Simpson, of
won first prize with his
one of the contests a t
Horse Show.
Mr. and
Saranac.
pony In
the 4-H
Mrs. Hulda Flnels. Mrs. Helen
Venner. Mrs. Marlon Avery and
M m Mary Curtis have returned
from spending a week at the E r wln Flnels cottage near Sharon.
Miss J a n e t Freyermuth Is attending the five day National
Methodist Youth Convocation In
Grand Rapids; J e a n Freyermuth
and Susan Krum attended t h e
Sunday evening session.
MiUr Sain
Choice all wool numbers in smart
Fall colors, animal designs and
argyles.
M m Helen Camp and Mrs. Chas.
Young went to F r a n k f o r t Friday:
H u g h Young returned home with
them, Saturday to spend the weekend.
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Mr. and Mrs. Steven Smith and
son returned from a trip through
the New England states and New
York this week. They visited relatives that Mr. Smith had not seen
In 20 years.
C . N. R u e i u i C o .
Ski Sweaters
$16.50
Weatherproofed
Boys Tweed Wool $lieks
$5.05
for school wear
Boys V-Neek Sweiters
$1.45 to $4.50
in plain colors, plaids and checks
N e w F i l l S i l e t y Legion J i a p e r s
$2.65
in s t o r d y g a t a r d i n e
M e i s F i l l Ribbed Wool A i k l e t s
75c
red, blue, green, tan and white
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R. J a c k Maxson pleasantly surprised his mother and other relatives gathered a t t h e Ralph Gilmore home near Holt for the Foster family reunion, when he arrived with his bride, having been
married the previous evening a t
Hastings by his uncle, Rev. Lawrence Maxson of Grand Raplda.
Old Fashioned Spirit Led Revival
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LASTING TWO WEEKS . . . .
ENDING FRIDAY, SEPT. 6
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Mra. Luther Martin
Rev. L u t h e r Martin
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HannahbeUe Thomas
L o w e l l B a p t i s t C h u r c t i Week Ni{hts it7:30
Sunday Etc.: 100th program, "The Holy CHy"
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Taking f r o m the top drawer of
his defk a doten or more charts
covered with curves and figures
which had been (prepared by some
efflclenncy expert the president of
a big concern proceeded to explain
them to a caller. After a t h i r t y
minute omtlon he turned to t h e
caller and aaked, "Well, what do
you think of t h e m ? " The caller
answered, "The one thought that
was going through my mind the
flit* fffteen minutes was. I don't
know what the hтАФl he te talking
about And for t h e last fifteen
minutes my thought has been, he
doesn't know what the hтАФ1 he Is
talking about."
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Swinging Back Into Action
With vacation* and Hummer actlvltlca mostly over, we a r e
cxpectii* to awing Into a very busy and Interratlnf f┬╗ll and
wtntor, beginning next Sunday We hop* to make It the t*M
тАвeaaon ever a t Ehndale. O u r choir and orcheatra wUl be ba**
on the J*>b and youth aottvitiea will foUow ahorUy after. All
of thla to encourage thoae who a r e ualng their Ulenta here and
other* who may wi┬╗h to do ao and to Interert thoae w h o m a k e
u p our audience from time t o time. W e will do our boot w
bring you back and keep you coming.
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Arthur P. Plaher, Pa┬╗tor
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NOTICE
To the n t i w a a et UimyU, Mlchlfan and
IVbom It May CXwccra.
In Re; HlralghtfiUiic and Altrrinf Otu A t Blrcei.
Take Notice, that the Common Council
of Lowell, Mlchlfan, at Ita meetlnc or
Aufuit 19. 1919. adopted the loUowln* reтАвolutton and In accordance therewith, notice Is hereby iH*en that the Common
Council will meet at Ihe City Hall on
September 16, 1940, at SSW p. m., to hear
any and all objectlona to said action ol
straightening and altertn* Oitawa Btreet
and vacating a part thereof. Bald reaolull on la aa follow*:
Whereas, Ottawa Street between Amity
and Maple Btreet In the Vlllace of Lowell hat a Jo* therein -which ieeeona and
reduce* Ul utlllly and efficiency aa a
public atreet and it ta adrlaable and
necewnry to atralghten and altar thi
same in order to render It more efndool
and to Rive It full utility a i a public
highway; and
Wherein, to accomplleh thU purpoae It
li neceeeary to racate a j^rUon thereof
on the north ┬лtd* aa hereinafter described
and t o acquire by purchaae a piece of
land on the eouth aide thereof aa hereinafter deaciibed;
Therefore, Be It Ueeolved, and thla
Council doe* hereby declare and determine
that It If adriaable. that It
for the public convenience and that It
it a public Improvement that aald Ottawa
Street at the above location be altered ┬лad
' l T T T Tacallng, dltcontlnulng and
abouthlng that portion of aald Ottawa
Street In said VlUa^e of Lowell, deacribed
at followt:
All that part of Ottawa Btreet and
Maple Btreet of Mia. Bnell'o AddlUon to
the Vlllaae of LoweU and Boyntoa'o aubBlock ┬л and K, Mra Bnell-t
Addition тАв) the VUla┬лe of loweU, deecribed aa:
Commencing at tha point of totertaetlon of the northerly line 6f Ottawa
Btreet with the eaaterly line of Maple
Btrart. thence e c u t h w ^ r ┬л
j"* 1 *;
erly Une of Ottwwa BUeet i M i i tтАФt to
itt InteraecUon with the eaaterly Une of
Amity Street. Umb aoutherly on the
tentlon of the e a a t e r l y Una of
Amity Btreet 1 M faeU thence eaaterty
208.12 feet to the eaaterly line of Maple
Street a l a point M 3 feet iootherly from
the place of beflnntnc. thence northerly
on thTearterty I'.na of Maple Street 66.3
feel to place et beglnntnt, and aald portion of tald Ottawa Street to hereby vacated. diacootlnued and abollahtd.
(I) By acquim* by purchaae the f o lowing deecrlbad landa ao aa to make
name a part of aald Ottawa ┬л r e e t . to-wll:
All that part of Lot 1. Block 8, Mr┬л.
SneH'i Addition to the VlHage of Lowell,
deacribed aa:
Commencing at the northeatt comer
of oald Lot 1. thence aouUicrly on tha
eaat line of aald lot ^
eft, thence woaterly 136.75 feet to
aorthweet comer
of aald
Lot. thence eaaterly to the place of
,
beglnnlDg
^ it Further R a a o N - . t h ^ e e p t . A a r M
1946. at 8:00 p. m.. aft the Council MeeHi*
In the City HaU. Lowell. Michigan, be and
the ┬лame le hereby appointed aa the Ume
and place when tmt txmncB will meet and
hear any and all objectlone to thla pro-
CCCdlDK.
Be It Further Reaolved, that public notice of thli action and tald meeting lo
obJecUone be ┬лlTen by
printing a
hhear
w r
"notlce'ofaald
copy of thla reaolution and notice or aaia
IF IT COMES
C A L L
PUBLIC NOTICES
SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNERS
LEDGER, LOWELL,
Qhurch Cfjews
PUBLIC NOTICES
OeraM M. Henry
Attorney at Law
6M Michigan Tru.t Hldg.
Grand KafMa. I , Michigan
'pJient^HON. DAUB BOUTBR, Clrenll
Judge, Acting aa Judge of the Superior
/-Vn A Raplda
Court ofтАв Orand
JAMES I. PEDIQO,
Plaintiff
I
VS
cтАФ┬╗, PEDIQO,
Defend in t
BESME
in the above entlUed eauae. It appearing
that uiei defendant Beaeie Pedigo, la not
- a N of
- . .Gerald
. e - TM.WHenry,
- - ! atfore on amotion
torney for plainUff.
It la Ordered that Bearie Padlgo, defend
ant, enter her appearance In aald cause on
or before three (3) months from the date
of thla order and that Tmleaa eakl defendant does appear peraonally. or by attorney,
on or before three (S) months from the
date aforaaald. the aald Bill of Complaint
thaU be taken as confeaaed by aald defendant and that within forty (40) daya
from the date of thla order, the plaintiff
caute thla order to be published In Ae
Lowell Ledger, a newapaper published and
circulated within the County of Kent.
Michigan, said publication to be continued
once each week for tlx (тАв) aucceaalve
weeks. Prorlded, however that auch fwbItcatlon la not necew..ry Ii a oopy of thla
order shall have bean personally t┬л*ad
upon aald defendant at leaat twenty I M )
daya before the tune prescribed for tha
appearance of aald defendant, or If тАв
copy of this order ahall have been terrad
upon aald defendant by fagtatarad mall and
an official return receipt received therefore.
It la Turther Ordereu that a copy of
thla order be mailed to aald non-reaWmt
defendant at bar laat known poet office
address by registered mall
receipt demanded therefore.
DALE BOUTm. Clreuit Judge,
Acting aa Judge of the Superior
Court of Orand Raplda.
Examined, counteralgned and
entered by me.
JACOB U. VANDERWAL. Clertt.
Atteet: A true copy:
JACOB M. VANDERWAL, ClariL
S t PatricksтАФPamell
Rev. F r . T. J . Bolger
1NG CLAIMS
Mass every Sunday a t 8:90 and
Bute of Michigan, The ProbaU Court
for the County of Kent
10:00 a. m.
Rev. Paul H o o m s t r a . Pastor
ELMDALE
MRS. IRA BAROEAri?
O F LOWELL
10:00 Bible school.
11:00 a. m.тАФWorship Service
7:30 p. m.тАФEvangelistic scrvice.
Rev. Luther Martin is speaker.
Mrs. Martin 'will play her violin,
Miss Hannabelle Thomas, pianist.
Friday evening the program will
be presented by t h e pupils of the
Bible school held t h i s week under
the direction of t h e R u r a l Bible
Mission.
ALTON CHURCH
(Undemonlnatlonal)
10:30 a. m.тАФSunday School.
7:80 Young People's meeting.
8:00 Evening service.
1
Ss
AfitiA SBZ >
KROGER
AMP
It appearing to the court that the Ume
Sunday School--10:00 a. m.
for preaentation of elalma agalMt aald
eaUte ahould oe .United, and that k time
Worship Service тАФ11:00 a. m.
and place be appointed to receive, examine Message by the pastor.
and adjust all clalau and demand* against
Evening Service of Evangelism at
said deceased by and before aald court;
It la Ordered, That all the credUoni of T:30.
said deceaaed are required to preaent their
Midweek Service тАФ Wednesday.
i-lain is to said court at laid Probate Of.'lce
on or before U┬╗e *Ui day of November A. I), |l:00 p, m.
o'clock in 'tha
being hereby appointed
and adjuatmant
i
for the ┬╗T┬лniln┬лtlon
examination and
of
FIRST B A r r i S T CHURCH
all clalma and demands aralnat aald
Br
BP
With Johns-MamriHe
Insulation
John Fshrni
v Dr. C. T. Piikhirst \
> Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat
O F F I C E HOURS:
1:80 to I I ^ S тАФ 1:00 to 4:00
Saturday Evenings, 7:00-9:00
LOSTтАФAugust 10, B z 7
canvae, s omewhere 1H
west of George Tucker
George Tucker, Clarksvllle
426.
trailer LOSTтАФAll ditelrs for hard leather
miles work shoes a f t e r wearing a pair
farm. of
aoft-as-buclaskln Wolverine
phone
Shell Horsehldes. See them a t
pl7
Coone.
IT'S TIME TO BE
ORDERING TOUR
1947 SUPPLY OF-
PIONEER
HYBRID SEED CORN
For FIRST CHOICE os lo voristy and ksmsl sissтАФNOW
Is Ihs Tims to place your order lor your 1947 supply ol
thai High-Yielding, EXTRA PROFIT MAKING PIONEER
Hybrid Sssd Cora.
тАв
f e e Yevr loeef Fleeser felss Mepretentatlve TODAY, #
Clarence B. Klahn
R2, Lowell, Mich.
Alto Phone 627
Verne
R2
Wenger
Alto, Mich.
m i i a f
MICIP
YOU
7 cu. ft. - 16 cu. ft.
n a i
SEE THEM AT PRICE-RITE HDW.
LOWELL REFRIGERATION
TO SAV1
Young, t e n d s r g r t s n p e o i
quick-pocked for fresh flavor.
Got plenty now at our monsyloving price.
T H R LOWELL LEDGER. LQWMLL. MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 88, 1M8
FIVE
Ml
F O R SALEтАФOne team of horses, A U C T I O N <8ALB тАФHousehold VENETIAN BLINDSтАФRepairing, (JRAVBLтАФDelivered. Ernest Voe- F U E L OILтАФWe now offer our cusBARTLBTT PEARSтАФWe are pickti years old. Cheap. Carl Fawley, goods a n d tools, Saturday, Aug. repainting, retaplng, recording
burg. Ada, Mloh. Ada pbons 3893. tomers quality fuel oil. Call
ing this week, place your order
81,
one
p.
m.
Mrs.
Charles
Ward,
Clarksvllle.
ipl7-2t
and cleaning. New bllnde, cuscUtf
with D. A. McPherson, Lowell
Lowell Lumber * Coal Co. or
Main at., Clarksvllls, Mich. p l 7 tom made, steel, aluminum, wood,
phone 71-F2.
cl7
Ada Lumber A Coal Co., for your
WE B E L I E V E you t e e will fie eniplastlc, any elze. American V. B. RADIATORS REMOVEDтАФCleannext tank full of fuel oil
cl6tf
thused about Fins, Foam f o r F O R SALEтАФPotatoes, excellent
PEACHESтАФ(Rochesters and HaleMfg. Co., 827 Washington St.,
ed a n d repaired. All work guareating quality, slightly under No.
cleaning rugs and upholstery.
Havens. P e a r s and apples. Hil1 grads. AU No. 1 size (extra Phone 422, Ionia.
pll-17 anteed. P a r r y 4k Ballsy, 115 a ARC and ACETYLENE w e l d i n g Christiansen's Drug Store.
pl7
ton Orchards on US-16 2V* miles
large) $1.50 per bu. Sold to oonSteele SL, Ionia, Mich. Phone
Body and fender repairing, farm
weet of US-16, M-91 Junction.
F O R SALEтАФGood comfort range, eumers and restaurants only. CALEDONIA LIVESTOCK SALE Ionia 146.
pl3-21 machinery repaired, plow points
cl9-tf
Save by buying direct from f a r m . every Thursday at 6 o'clock, tf
good condition, cheap If taken at
sharpened. Frank's Welding shop
No Sunday e a l e s . G. J. Vanonce. Mrs. Ed Walker. 310 Avery
1 mile east of Alto on towneblp
LOST
тАФ
Brown
leather
billfold,
FOR SALE3тАФGeneral household
Spronsen, 4 miles north of Green- PEACHESтАФGolden Jubilee and apcl7
road.
pl7-4t
white plastic lacing. The name
goods Including several electrical
ples. Hilton Orchards on US16
ville on 91 highway, Greenville
"Janet"
handtoolod
on
the
top.
HONEY FOR PEACHES тАФWe
2% miles west of US16 and M91 Call Lowell, 86-F4. Ample re- FOR SALE тАФ Flock of young appliances on Saturday, Aug. 31
phone, 712-F8.
pl7
a t 3:30 o'clock. Mrs. W. B. Lewie,
have honey to can your peacheo
Junction. '
cl6-tf
breeding ewes. A. H. Wasslnk,
ward.
|
pn
mile north of Lowell village
If you place your order now for FOR S A L E - U s e d Phllco cabinet
Saranac, Rl.
pl7
limits on eaet side of M-91. cl7
model radio, |18. Call Lowell OPPORTUNITY тАФThere Is a n
tree ripened, Rochesters, H a l e
phone iaS-F14.
pil7 opening a t the Ledger office for WANTEDтАФUsed cars. Highest PEACHESтАФWe are still picking
Haven and South Haven. Ada
cash price. Webster's Used Oars,
phone 3672, 'Allison Roark, 2 ml.
Rochesters. South Havens will FOR SALE)тАФWarm morning heata service man deslrlnK to learn
er, day bed. mangle and victrola.
Lyle Webster, 120 N. Monroe, I / v
north of Lena Lou.
pl7 FOR SALESтАФSeveral hundred burbe next. Carl Kropf, Lowell phone
R. L Jones, phone 486, Lowell
lap and washable cotton bags.
well. Phone 323.
c36tf
73-F4.
cl7
the printing trade under the GI
cl7
FOR S A L E - B a r t l e t t pears, 1st Call Lowell phone 355-F4.
P_"
Bill of Rights. R. G. Jefferles, FOR SALEтАФEleven hole grain disc FOR SALE тАФ 4-sectlon Internahouse north of US-16 on west
FOR
SALEтАФM
acre
on
blacktop
FOR
SALEтАФIce
box,
100-lb.
capacpublisher.
16tf
tional
combination
drag,
comside of M-ei. John Potter, Lowell
cheap if taken a t once, also pair
ity. Large leather bed-davenport.
plete with evener. Mrs. John G. near Lowell. Hae good deep well.
phone 226-F4.
cl7-2t
heavy tackleblocks. Leonard BoSparks oil burner. Verlle Daniels, FOR SALEтАФBan., lumber in good
McCarthy, Ada phone 3671. cl7 About 200 2 x 4 eight feet long
zung,
Belding
R
l
.
pl5-3t
condition. Roy Yerex, 612 No.
and 2.000 ft. new sheeting. AU
Alto phono 341.
pl7
WANTED тАФ G o o d I housekeaper.
Monroe. Phone 448-F8.
pl7
for $600. Square Real EMate
APPLESтАФExcellent eating a n d
Family of two. Comfortable
FOR
SALEDuchess
apples.
Isl
Sales & Exchange. 1591 Plaincooking, by buehel or truckload.
home In pleasant neighborhood. FOR SALEтАФ9* x 9H f t umbrella
FOR
SALEтАФ1941
Harley
Davidson
house
north
of
US
16
on
west
tent, with floor, A-l condition.
field Ave. N. E., Grand Rapids,
We deliver. Call Dick Lampkln,
Good wages. Phone 13.
cl7
David W. Krlder, Lowell R. 3. 46 motorcycle. Excellent condi- side of M 91. Lowell phono 226-F4. Lowell phone 355-F4.
Michigan.
pl7-2t
cl7
tion. Call 115-F21 Lowell.
pl7 John Potter.
plT
pl4-4t
F O R SALE-Several school dreef4es, one red velvet. One pair sadFOR SALE Guernsey c o w to, A T T E N T I 0 N __ W o
in
dle shoes, one pair patent leather GIRL OR WOMAN wanted for
freshen aoon and ten cos# giving r o o f a n d b f t r n
light housework and care of
lnti
W e fur.
strap, size 12-1; 1 pair Air Step,
r
milk, a heavy producers, ateol
. .
тАЮ .
child, 5-day week. Phone 209, Losize 7-AAA, new. Mrs. F r a n k
International All-Pur,>oso steel
nlsh paint If you wtah. Write for
well.
pl7
Bunker, iphone Alto 891.
cl7
wheel wagon and rack as good
' ┬л e estimate. Crankshaw and
Pearson, Lowell R3, phone 153F0.
as new. Ted Elhart. Lowell phone
TO TRADEтАФTwo bottom plows,
pl4-6l |
Flumbiog and Heating
73-K2. I
cl7
125 Rlverslde-dr., LoweU
14 In., for one bottom, 18 In. E.
B. Potter, phone 96-F12, Lowell.
Phone 4W
WANTEDтАФA-l stenographer a t ROOF PAINTINGтАФWe have mopl7;
once. C. H. Runciman Co.
cl7 dern spray equipment, we will
^ Manfaeturers of
Sheet M e t a l W o r k тАв
paint your house, barns or roofe.
W I L L CARE for ┬лpeveral small |
Kitchen Cabinets, CupFOR SALICтАФTwo studio eaah and
тАвchildren In my home during day 1
boards, Etc. тАФ The way
frames. Richard Speerstra, Lo- Crankshaw and Pearson, Lowell
for working mothers. Reference
pl4-6t
well phone 272-F4.
cl7 R3, .phone 155-F6.
you want them. Tell us
given. Mrs. C. Lebow, Bowes s t . l
your needs. Free estiIf your oil burner needs
a t West s t
Pl7
GIRL WANTEDтАФApply In perron FOR SALE>тАФTo close estate, seven
room house, both, 2 car garage,
cleaning and adjusting
at the "Coffee Cup". Platte Lake,
mates.
D
A
V
E
C
L
A
R
K
,
P
r
o
p
.
F O $ SALE)тАФOutstanding riding or
large lot, close to high school.
no experience needed.
cl7
for ihe coming winter
cattle horse; 2 young cows will
Shown by appointment. Box No.
pl6-4t
freehen soon;
young work
FOR SALEтАФNine room house suit147 A. Lowell. Mich.
cl7
horse and etave silo, 12 x 80.
able for large family, or easily
Lee Jonee, Saranac, R2, phone
converted Into apts. Two bedWe are in position to
2686.
v
PIT
rooms a n d - bath downstairs.
take care of this work
Pleasantly located, lot has plenty
of shade and room for garden,
NOW!
TODAY'S PAYING PRICES
garage, excellent water with elecON A L L M A K E S OF
tric pump. Roger I. Wykes, Jr.
PER DOZEN FOR EGGS
Don't wait until cold
Co., Realtors, Gi-and Rapids.
Federal-State Grades
weather is here. Have
Phone 50523 or call Lowell 89.cl7
your burner put in good
E x t r a Large, Grade A
50
STEADY WORK
FOR
SALE3тАФSeven room house,
Large, Grade A
48
condition by experienced
4
GOOD WAGES
eit>se to school and business disMedkm. Grade A
48
personnel.
trict, furnace, bath and autoAll K i n d t of C o m m e r c i a l R e f r i g e r a t i o n a n d A i r C o n d i d o a i i i i
Conrldrrable Overtime a t
Small, Grade A
SO
matic hot water, hardwood floors
Large, Grade R
44
Time and One-Half
down. Large lot with trees, flow40
Medium, Grade R
ers, and garden spot. Roger I.
Wykes. J r . Co., Grand Rapide.
BERGY BROS. ELEVATOR
Phone 168 E. Main St.
LoweU, Michigan
C L A R K E FLETCHER - S E R V I C E M A N A G E R
phone 50523, or call Lowell 39x17
Alto, Mloh.
Prices subject to ohanre
WANTEDтАФTrucking, short or long
hauls. New truck. C. Meeuwsen,
P. O. address, Lowell, R. 2. Lowell Phone 105-F3.
c8tf
C O O K
Harold Collins
Phono 61
MAINTAIIIAIICE
RUY BY THE DOZEN - 12 cam $139
BEEIFIEU
I cam 1 3 c C M N T I Y C L O I S c a n * $ 1 . 9 5
Early JunsVsrisiy. 12 cans $145 Fancy Blended. 12 cans $2.09
/
WANTED
SPOTLIGHT
COFFEE
Hot-Oatad. Griedsr Frash
3
L 89c
Krogsr*! Fmhar
Lewis Electric
SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS
15c
16c
13c
can
No. 2
CBf┬╗
No 2
can
Grated Tuna
si .67
Family Flour
Spaghetti Dinner ^
^ 26c
3=.25e
Kroger Kola
13c
Wiener Buns
can 2 7 c
On Sale Saturday
Afl-Amefk^n
254b.
bsg
Our New
Modern Mill
Is Now In
Operation
We Are
In The Market
For Your
Surplus Seed
Sparkling,
C L O C K
Delicious
H E A D
2 ^
No. 2
23c
or Sandwich Buns
LUSCIOUS . . . VINE-RIPENED I
WATERMELON-S*
CAUFdUU
MITIOT
MlCilUI
K M
IMNES
KMS
W J s k y
Crffemi.
YELLOW 9 9 1 9 1 8
LETT9тВмt
csWon* - 60 * a
fe
Your Own
Premiuin Seed
13c
2 fe*. 2 9 c
19
┬г,
86c
aadi 1 9 c
Promiwn
2 t 49e
14c
18c
2 0 % - o r . jar
YoNoworWhito
can
JBIS
Tl
nm mm
9 i
C9TTMECKESC
| r
sic
w i b . 15c
land c
Osiriss
FMHTPECTMMorgss's
is! a a .
can 1 1 6
8-ot
Popular Brands
French's Mustard
Potato Chips
Sandwich Bags
Scratch Remover
Sweetheart Soap
9 - o z . tar
P E K N - I A D
O r Shoestring
Potatoes
pkg.
WO^fc Pur. PawuylvaiM
of 40
Old English
MOTOR
OIL
KING MILLING CO.
Government
Subsidy Will
Be 9o Per Pound
For All Clover
Sold To Us Belore
Jan. 1,1947
We Can
Offer You
Quick Service
With Our
Modern
Equipment
101 $1.99
Federal Tax Includad
52c ^27c
LOLUeLL, miCHIGfln
Vacuum Clcantn
Rtfrigcraton
%4*nr
AND FEED HIGH
QUALITY
F O R SALEJтАФ1946 Jeep, like new.
Phone W-F13, Uowell. Can be
seen at John F r e e m a n f a r m . pl7
Boc yoo can ease t o o t miad about
keeping it oa the road if you hare
a Marfak chassis lobrkarion job
every 1,000 miles. Drive in today
and let us tell you why Texaco
Marfsk resists wear-out, waihout and squeeze-out.
ISSTRIGERATOR Need Repairs?
Phone 61. Harold Collins. cl7-4t
FOR. SALEтАФKoyal Blue cream
Baparator, small slse. 808 West
Main St., Lowell, phone 160. pl7
FOR SALEJтАФEVed, hay straw baled,
oats, corn. Amos Stondck, Alto
Phone 614.
pl8-10t
Monarch
EGG M A S H *
Doa* ┬л m s good fssd oa ooa-peodocecs. Call ooc ooo-prodocan;
hasp ihs f o o d bicds bwy oo the oesd Give f o o d hcos the bese
ate
DISHES, CHINA OLD GLASS, oil
fcmps. clocks, antiques wanted.
Telephone 291 or write Mrs. N. E.
Borgersonv LowelL
c6tf
sad pfaacy of A s egg asssh that coocains the pcopsr
BuxtBse of the esseodals for haavy egg p t o d u c t i o a . . . The formula
for this fssd has haaa tasted k
0 * Master Mix Laboratories.
тАв Made with HASTEI MIX COICEHTRATE
DOES I T NEE3> F I X I N G ? - W e
a r e equipped to do any and all
kinds of aru and acetylene
welding. Sharpen and repair
lawn mowers. Repair also washing machine┬о, f a r m machinery.
Plow pointa repaired, sharpened
and h a r d surfaced. Trailers and
hitches built to order. Call 403
or oome in to Reliable Repair.
211 N. DIv. one block No. of
Methodist church.
cl3tf
FOR SALE NOW
Waihcn
Roth & Sons Co., Furniture
F O R SALE тАФ Cream separator,
new. electric. $75. Kitchen range,
lawn mower, fruit lars. W. D.
Burmelster, R I. Saranac, en
pn
US-16.
HEIM TEXACO
Phone 1114
s
PEACHESi
HILTON OICNAN I
Oa US 18,
miles w e s t of \
US 18 and M91 Junction.
^
E. Main S t
BERGY BROS. ELEVATOR
ALTO, MICHIGAN
We Need
110 Additional
Employees
s
W o Aro Buying
POULTRY
All Unda of live poultry
| Men & Women
Choose Your Shift
Hlghost Prlcos Paid
Bergy Bros. Elevator
Alto,
Roofing - Siding j
Roof Painting
Guaranteed Work
^GBARANTUD
Rangti
FOR SALEJтАФTomatoes and dressed chicken. Bert Purchase, phone
169-F2, Lowell.
k P17
Workmen Insured
KROGER
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Home Freezers
At a eeaalon of aald court, held at the
Probate office. In the city of Grand Rapid! In aald county, on the Mrd da<r of CHURCH O F T H E NAZAUENK
Auguat A. D. 1946.
Present. HON. JOSEPH IL GILLARD, Che Church for thd Whole Family
Judge of ProbaU тАв
Avery and Washington Sts.
la the Matter of the Eatnla af CTiartea
Way Lines
MICKEY and WIS
Sm Ip To i i W
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Cl6-8t
тАвrpipS TOLEDO w
RAPIDS
Short
Regular masting will be held,
Saturday evening, August 81, a t
which time delegates to the counMr. and Mrs. Clayo Reed and t y convention a r e to be elected.
family of Mulllken ware week-end
Worthy Lecturer
guests cfтАв thalr parenta, Mr. and
M m Warren Reed.
Mr. and Mr, Orange Flsk of
Berlin were Sunday night supper
guests of Mr. and Mrs, Don Pierce.
Mr. and Mrt. Ollle Whipple and
family were Sunday evening call,
O F YOUR F U E L
ers.
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Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Sparks attended tha V. F. W. Picnic a t Lake
Odessa Sunday.
The Good Will club will be entertained a t the home of Mrs.
Comfort the year around
Boynton at Fallsaburg t h e first
CALL
Wednesday In September.
Mr. and Mrs. Alden Sparks entertained Saturday evening the relatives of the Sllmdorf family, honoring Mr. Wm, Slimdorf and bride,
FOR F R E E ESTIMATE
who were recently married.
Phone 248-F2
LoweU
Mrs. Ada Richmond was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and M m
Dell Lee and afternoon gueats were
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gable and 2
daughtem. Evening guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Lylo Darby and 2
sons of Saranac.
Mrs. Pheova Stevens la spending
this week In Muskegon visiting her
Ionia, Michigan
uncle and hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Scott and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
George Scott.
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Don Pierce were Mr. and
Your eyes scientifically reM m Ross Stevens of Grand Rapfracted; f r a m e s and mount- S
ids. Sunday afternoon guests were
ings, styled in t h e most mod- ^
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Feeler of
e r a types to f i t you Individ- i
Hastings.
ually.
AnnouncemontaтАФPlease
Rev. Tobias Schrock is attending
the Mennonite general conference,
which i s being held in Pennsylvania, i
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A number of the membere of the
17 N. BRIDGE ST., SARANAC, MICH.
ALTO METHODIST CHURCH
Mennonite church Came, with well
Rev. a F . Bolltho. Minister
filled lunch baskets. Sunday and
Serving at 12 Noon тАФ Paul and Celia Nott
Morning worship a t 9:46 o'clock.
spent t h e day (with Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday School a t 10:45 o'clock.
Dan Weaver, helping Mrs. Weaver
celebrate h e r 89th birthday.
,
Mrs. Alvin Stahl w a s taken to BOWNE C E N T E R METHODIST
CHURCH
Pennock boapltal a t (Hayings Monday for. x-ray and observatlOD.
Rev. a F . Bolltho, Minister
BCTWULM
JOSEPH R- GILLARD,
Mr. a n d Mrs. J a y Leece and fam- Sunday School 10 a. m.
Judge of ProbaU.
ily spent Sunday with their daugh
A true copy.
Morning Worship a t 11:00 a m.
PRED ROIH.
ter and husband. Mr. and Mrt
Register oi Probate
<=15-17 Lewis Mick Jr., of South Boston
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Lett ana KLMDALK N A Z A R E N E CHURCH
APPOINTMENT OT GUARDIAN
Mr .and M m Phlorus Hale of
"Go to Church In t h e Country"
SUte of Michigan. The ProbaU Court Keene epent Sunday fishing a t
J A C K S O N
Arthur P. Fisher. Pastor
for the County of Kant
f r o n d TT.wn
At a eeaalon of aald court, held at toe w a n a M a v e n .
10:00
a. m.тАФSunday School.
awd L A N S I N G /
Miss Francis P o r r l t t of Bowne
probate office. In the City of Orand Rap11:00 a
m.тАФWorship Service.
lda, In aaid county on the 7th day of Center apent Sunday with her sisAugust, A. D, 1946.
You will like t h e way we blend
Effective J u l y l , 1 ┬╗ 4 e - L o w e l l Tlnie
ter
end
husband,
Mr.
and
M
m
Preaent: HON. JOHN DALTON, Judge
the
Leonard L o t t
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тАФ closing
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тАФ our
тАФ Sunday┬╗ school
of ProbaU.
TO F L I N T
The Naxarene Sunday school w*th the opening Of our c h u r c h
TO
LANSING,
la the Matter of Ike Eatate et Gary
TO GD. RAPIDS
Peel. Miner.
held their annual picnic a t Fallae- eervlce. I t gives u s more of a
JACKSON, and
Shirley M. MoCartln having filed In burg Dark Saturday. A fine day church service a n d ^111 lets you
8:26 a. an.
8:25 a. m.
said
court
her
petiUoc
praying
that
Frank
TOLEDO
11:85 a. m.
U paUiaon be appointed guardian of for a picnic, a good crowd and out SArUer t h a n before. !
8:66 p. m.
16:10 a. m.
oald minor.
what a time, s p e c i a l l y the ball- 7:80 p. m. Young People's meet7 ^ 6 a. m.
7:20 p. m.
It It ordered. That Tueaday the Srd day
tag.
10 :55 a. m.
12:85 p. m.
of September, A. тАв>. IMS, at ten o'clock In game, one which "will not be for8:00 p. m. Evening worship.
toe forenoon, a l aaid probate office, be gotten f o r ft length of time. SupL
t:86 p. m.
6:20 p. m.
Our choir and orchestra will proALL T R I P S DAILY and li hereby appointed for bearing aaid Francis S h a f f e r s team winning b>
6:46 p. m.
10:00 p. in.*
petition;
a score of 80 t o 3. or thereabout!., vide special singing and music In
It
Is
Further
Ordered.
That
public
notice
тАв Ionia only
6'J6 p. m.
moat of our services, i
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thereof be given by publioaUon of a copy from Rev. Fisher's team.
Buy Tickets Before of toll order, for three auoceealve weeks Mrs, A r t h u r Fisher w a s again
t-Mp-m.
Wednesday 8:00 p. m. Mid-week
previous to aald day of hearirg. In the called t o Flint Saturday night by
Boarding Bos
9:16 p. m.
LoweU Ledger a newapaper printed and
the serious Illness of h e r mother. Everybody welcome to every
circulated in aald county.
JOHN DALTON,
Mr, a n d Mrs. Tra Sargeant and
L O W E L L STATION at H E N R Y ' S DRUQ STORK
Judge of Probate Mr. and M m Wesley Kelm en- service.
A tree copy.
P H O N E 80
joyed a fine week-end t r i p t o SaglFRED ROTH
Register of ProbaU
C16-17 naw. B a y City. E a s t T a w a s and ADA COMMUNITY B E P O R M E f )
other points of interest, also visKCHURCH
HEA
*4 SymLo t mf
But Stvict!
OBDER
^ ling for a brief time a t t h e home of
┬лf. B. ROlenbrander. p a s t o r
s u u of Michigan toe ProbaU Court j M r . a n d M r s . C l a y t o n CI e m one.
Morning service a t 10 o'clock,
for toe county of Kant. ^
| Mr. a n d Mrs. F r e d Barroiw of
abject: T h e T o w e r cf BsbeL"
At a aeaslon of aald court, held at to# Traverse City flpent several days
probate office. In the city of Orand RapSunday Schoei a t 11:15 o'clock.
lda In aaid county. <┬л toe 20th day of last week with h e r brother. Horace
Evening service a t 7:80 o'clock
Myers a n d wife.
Auguat, A. D. 1945.
HON. JOHN DALTON, Judge
ALTO BAPTDfT CHURCH
Out of old Mexico comes word
of ProbaU.
Rev. W. B a r t Gardner, P a s t o r
In Mb Matter af the EaUte of Jebn from Helen Layer and Lorraine
Bloomer indicating a very wonderG. Kofe, Deceaaed.
10:00 a m.тАФ(Bible School.
It appearing to toe court t i n t toe time ful t r i p through t h e west and
MA
JACK ROSEBODM
for preaenUUon of claims against aald southwest. They lare t o arrive home
11:00 a m.тАФWorship service.
estate ahould be bmlted, and toet a time
7:45 p. m,тАФEvangelistic Service.
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and place be appointed to receive, exam- this week.
8:00 p. m., Wednesday e v e n i n g s ine and adjust aU clalma and demande
It Is rumored t h a t Rev. A. P .
vCfVTCfrfV C W I N ^ _ . ViELLfrtRtS NOtrtlN" jj r i KNOW-BUT I ^
agalnal oald deceaaed by and before said Fisher spent laat Monday a t Navln P r a y e r meeting.
- r o w W O O f / f a j CRNf FIMI) WY n
1
court:
la Ordered. That credltora of aald Field in consultation with the
F T / CSSE^N'
SSt are required to preaent their trainers of t h e Detroit Tigers t o ADA CONGREGATIONAL C H
clalma to aald court at aald ProbaU Of- see why b i s f a i t h f u l pitching arm,
tf*
ICtCfttRK
Norman a Woon, Minister
fice on or before the 4Ui fcy sf Ntiemfcer, which haa won so taany hallgames
i g r f c \TORDINNER
D. IMS at ten o'clock In toe forenoon,
Sunday
SchoolтАФ10:00 au m.
d time and place being hereby appointed for him failed a t t h e Naaarene
Worship Service тАФ7:30 p. m.
for the examination and ad)u>tment of picnic last Friday. A f t e r a very
ell clalma and demands against aald de- thorough examination It w a s disUNITED B R E T H R E N CHURCH
It la Further Ordered, That public no- covered t h a t t h e pastor had too
O F W E S T LOWEUL
tice thereof be given by pubUcatlqn of a much -pie. and chicken for dinner
copy of thla order for three eucaetalve and inasmuch so t h e Jple and chicRev. C Clay, Pastor
8?
weeks previous V) aald day of hearing. In
toe LoweU Ledger, a newspaper printed ken were furnished by acme memSunday acnoolтАФ10:00 a m .
bers of the opposing team it w a s
and circulated In aald county.
Preaching ServiceтАФ11:00 a m.
tfNT
JOHN DAL/TON, decided t o examine t h e remains
Judge of Probate
Christian
EndeavorтАФ7 JO p. m.
of theae for evidence of sabotage.
A true Copy:
Roaeboom Cltlea Service haa always aupFRED
ROTH.
plied me with good work and t h e mechanRegister of ProbaU
C1.-19
ica a r e ao cmrtouH. Besides, they oe┬л┬лn t o
Prize-fighting may -not be t h e CHURCH O F T H E B R E T H R E N
work miracles on my c a r and they guaranmost noble calling, b u t t h e comtee their work. T h a f a why I a m a lifeOur first day at school teaches batanta, anyhow, face each other Rev. Wm. E
time customer.
us t h a t we roust learn f r o m others to deal out ipunlshment which, to
Clarksvllle, Mich.
and t h a t one Important lesson mje, eeems more man-like than pass- Sunday SchoolтАФ10:00 a m.
ing
out
character
killing
bkrnw
should go along with us through
Worship ServiceтАФ11:00 a. m.
when somebody's back is turned.
life,
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Young People's meetingтАФT:80
p. m.
Fortunately t h e opinions othere Evangelistic ServiceтАФ8:00 p.
Most modern conveniences were
Invented a n d bought by men. on have of ue a r e based upon t h e
P r a y e r meeting Wednesday evetfaelr own toiatltlve, to lighten wo- HtUe they know about us aud not
on w h a t w e k n o w about ourselves. ning a t 8 o'clock.
men's work.
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De Luxe Cafe
KEENE BREEZES
MRS. A. LBS
oanicK APPonmNG TIME f o r hka*-
Michigan, for three auccesa ve weexs. u k
fliat pubilcaUon to be Auguat 22. 1┬╗"Lewli E. Johnaon
Clerk of t h e Village of Lowell
It la Further Ordered, Tbat pubUc notice
Dated: Auguat 19. 1M8.
thereof be given by publication of a copy
of
thla order for three aucceaalve weeks
OBDKR APPOINTING TIME FOE HEAR- previous
U aald day of hearing. In toe
ING CLAIMS
Lowell Ledger, a newspaper printed anc"
Stale of Michigan. TSa ProbaU Court circulated In aald county.
JOSEPH R. GILLARD
for the County of Kent.
% Judge of ProbaU.
At a sesalon of aaid oourt, held at tha
Probate office m the city of Orand Rap- A true oopy:
lda, In aald county on the 8th day of FRED ROTH,
RegltUr of Probate
C17-19
Auguat, A. D. 1946.
Pros tel. HON. JOSEPH R. GILLARD.
Judge of ProbaU
. ,
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l a (he Matter ef the W*┬╗U af Ftank H.
it appearing lo the court that toe Ume
for preaentation of d a l u a agalnat aald
estate ahould ba llmUed, and that a Ume
and place be appotaUd to recelvs examine
and adjust aU clalau and demands agalaat
said dw^aaed by and before
.
U la Ordered, That aU the eredliote of
aald deceaaed are required to preaent tortr
clalma U aaid occrt a t тАвaWProtoateOfflce
or before the Sltt day ei October
┬л . D. 1946. at tan o'clock In toe forenoon,
tald time and place being hereby appointed
for the examination and adjuetm┬лot of ah
clalma and demands agalnal aud deceasedIt It Further Ordered, That public
notice thereof be given by pobUoaUon
of ┬╗ copv of thla order, for torn aucceaslve weeke previout u mid day of
iiearlng, m the Lowell ledger, a
paper printed ana circulated a
SOUTH BOSTON GRANGE
GOVE LAKB
Mrs. Laon Seeley
Gove school will open Tuesday
Sept. 8, with Mrs, Madeline Hlllen
as teacher, .
P i n S T CONGREGATIONAL C1I. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs.
Norman G. Woon, Minister
Ray Chapln on the birth of a son,
Church SchoolтАФ10:00 a. m. Mrs. Ronald Lee, In S t Mary'a hospital
Thursday, Aug. 22. Mother and son
R. D. Hahn, S u p t
are fine.
Worship ServiceтАФ11:00 a. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Geelhoed took
The Cheerful Doers will meet on
Monday evening, September 9th. the Clipper to Mllweukee Saturday
the
PJ**" 6
┬лncetlng has and returned -home Sunday. They
visited many places of Interest
been poatponeu for one weeK.
while In Milwaukee, and spent an
enjoyable week-end.
I'll HIST! AN SCIENCE SOCIETY
Many persons from this com"Christ Jesus" will be the sub- munity attended the 4-H Fair a t
Ject of the Lc^on-Sermon In all Lowell. Everyone enjoyed the iproChristian S c i e n c e c h u r c h e s g r a n v and fine exhibits.
Mr. and Mrs, Leon Seeley at,,or 1 ,,n s u n d y
"
' ' tended a welner rost a t Green
8
^ r O o l 4 T тАЮ t (John 5:22,23). Lake Wednesday for the SouthCorner Washington imd Kent
west Dairy.
Morning servfees a i 11 o'clock
Mrs. Effle Gregory Is spending
jsome time with h e r granddaughter
B very Sunday.
and family, Mrs. Kenneth Smlhy,
f-IUST METHODIST CHURCH { Mr. and Mrs. Charhw Brown of
Nunica were Sunday dinner guests
C. B. Pollock. Mlnlslrr
at the Gregory home.
Sunday echool a t 10 o'clock with
uiggie, nswrioa
immipcCharley
n a r l . y VQuiggle,
Blwood ThompMr. D. A. Wlngeler superintendent g),,, 0 f Washington a n d Walter
"The Quiet Value of the Church"
were vlsltorr at the S. T.
^ the sermon subject for the 11:00 Seeley home Monday.
o'clock hour of iworshlp. The pasMr. and Mrs. Guy Quiggle were
tor will preach. Mr. p a v l d Coons Sunday dinner guest/? of Mr. and
will play the organ and present Mrs. George VanderStolp. honoring Mrs. VanderStolp's birthday.
special selections.
Mr. and M r a Leon Seeley and
VKRGKNNES METHODIST OH. Diane visited their parent┬о and
The pastor will p r e a c h and con- grandiparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonduct * he mornlng ^ | p hour a t - d Humme. at Cannonsburg over
ten o'clock. Sunday school wllf the week-end.
M m Vlra Chapln Is staying at
meet a t 10:45 o'clock.
Unless a salesman sells the first
the Ray Chapln home while Mrs.
nan he sees In the morning be
Chapln Is In the hoffplts'CATHOUC PARISHES
j e e d not hold out much hops of
тАвtelling others he Is t o see during
S t Mary'aтАФLowell
Excessive cheerfulness la fre- t h e day. The first man he sees will
R e v . F t . J o h n F . G n ywb o v r s k l
appear in his mirror.
Mass every Sunday a t 8:00 and Q ^ n t l y very obnoxious.
10:00 a. m.
Brief
4'HANfERT CAUSE
Mate of MMOcan, In The Soj ertor OonH
Of Orand RapideтАФIn tWacery. ((a tMS,
Order of Appearance and rabHeatlaa.
At ┬л aetalon of aald Court bald In Ihe
Superior Court Chambert City Hall, OrandRaplda, Michigan, thla 35th day of July'>
A. D. 1946.
i,
GAN THURHDAY, AUGUST t i , I t M
Howird Aebesei
Lowell Phone 448
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No Experience Necessary . . . We Will Train Yon
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GOOD STARTING RATE WITH CLASSIFICATIONS ALLOWING
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FOR MERIT INCREASES
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REST PERIODS
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VACATIONS WITH PAY
LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HOSPITALIZATN INSURANCE
EMPLOYEE SOCIAL AND WELFARE CLUB
AND OTHER ADVANTAGES
302 Main Street
LoWeU, Michigan
Mk&
six
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VERGENNES CENTER
AXTZli HBItMAW
AS LONG AS THERE ISMT ROOM
UP THERE RDR MEтАв LOOK U P
-FURMACESEIWJCE: IN-TOE
Y F L L O H M S B O F THE
TELEWOME DIRECTORS '
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LET US SERVE YOU AGAIN AT
The Home Plate
240 E. Lafayette St., Ionia. 2 blodts north of Main-st.,
block west of Community hospital
Grand Opening: Saturday, August 31 тАФ With Specials
Chicken Dinners Sunday and Labor Day тАФ Special
Table for Kiddies
Open 5:30 a. m. daily
Arthur and Rosalie Young
tar, loatae.'
Marilyn Clark and Lenora Watson went to Manistee Saturday to
visit t i n former's sister.
Miss Amy Yelter Is attending the
national Methodist Youth conference, which is being held at the
Civio AudltoiMum at Grand Raiplds for B days. She and Janet
Freyermuth are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. John Freyermuth.!
Mr. and Mrs. Merton Aiderink
and son of Grand R┬лpldi and Mr.
and Mre. M. Matternick spent the
week-end at a <!ottage near Cadillac. '
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Verge rvn eg Co-operative C l u f c
mawte with MM. Ed Mueller, Sept.
S. Committee, Ruth Kerr, Thelma
Roth and Donna Humphrey. Roll
call, Oreat Inventlone.
Freda Bailey of Grand Rapide
spent the week-end at Lone Pine
Inn.
NelUe Tiffany, Mre. Murel Green
of Rockford and Mra. Maude Groaner of Grand Raplda were Saturday afternoon callera at Lone
Pine Inn. '
Mr:\ Bessie Munson of Grand
LOWELL DIST. NO. 6
MRS. J. P. NEEDHAlf
Rapids spent last week with Mr.
and Mrs. Orlando Odell.
Mrs. Harom Otzman of Detroit
Mrs. Doniia Starbard of Ionia
spent two days with her parents,
and Mra. Anna Smith of Lowell
Mr. and Mra. Orlando Odell.
visited with relatives in Pontlac
Mre. Adelbert Odell and children
from Saturday until Monday.
are visiting her parents in KendallMiss Maudie VerWyj and her
vllle, Ind.
aunt, Mlas Onlta Rlmpeon are
spending a week'a vacation at
Mr. and Mra. Russell Dahl, Mr.
MORSE L A R E
Boyan City, with the letter's mothand Mrs. Lyle Rlgney of Orand
MRS. VEIW BRTA.NT
er, Who is 88 years old.
i
Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Earl MaEmmett Needham ai^d family
loney and Mr. and Mra. Leonard The Morse Lake 4-H livestock
Kerr were Sunday guests of Mn┬╗. club had a hay ride and W^lnor took in the sights at the Grand
Rom Kerr.
roast at Campau Lake Monday Rapids airport Sunday. On the
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Biggs evening. Each member brought a way down they saw an old farm
entertained her parents, Mr. and guest. About SO attended. A grand house burn to the ground, a abort
distance west of Cascade.
Mrs. Karl Blerl, Sunday with a time was had by alh
Callers at Mrs. James Needham's
dinner to celebrate their anniver- Mbs Wilms Yelter of Freeport
Sunday were Dell Wright, Mr. and
sary.
spent last Week with Glen Telter's Mra Charles Kopf of near MiddleChris Blerl of Newaygo spent and attended the 4-H Fair. Harold
Friday and Saturday with Mr. and Tredenlck of Sheridan has been vllle and son, who recently was
Mrs. Karl Blerl and Mr. and Mre. spending several days at tha Yelt- discharged from the army, and Mr.
and Mra. Joe Stahl and her sister.
Rudolph Blerl and children were er home. '
Saturday afternoon callers.
Mr. and Mra. C. H. Klahn and
Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Falrchlld family of Warsaw, N. Y., and Mrs.
and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Falrchlld Francis Flower and son Charles M O S E L E Y тАФ M U R R A Y L A K B
l a t a . BVA тАв N O L I
celebrated Asahel's тВмth birthday of-Whlte Hall are spending their
Sunday with a picnic dinner at vacations at the Wm. Klahn home.
Townsend park.
Guests at the Jennie Yelter. home Mr. and Mra. Glenville Crady
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Weeks this week are Mr. and Mrs. Mos- and son of Louisville, Ky., visited
beck and family of Chicago, 111., from Tuesday unUl the followfhg
Miss Audie Yelter of Mlchawakie, Monday w i t h their sister, Mrs.
Ind., and Mr. Mosbeck and daugh- Lloyd Ford and other relatives and
ATTENTION:
Minutes of th┬л Annual Meeting and Financial
S t a t e m e n t of
To All Former Depositors and General Ada Schoei District No. 1
Ada Township Kent County, Michigan
Creditors of LOWELL STATE BANK and
1945-46
Former Holders of Certificates of Indebtedness of Lowell State Depositors Corporation, Lowell, Michigan Whose Names
Appear Below:
MINUTES O F ANNUAL MEETING I
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STATE OF MICHIGAN тАв
the State Savings Bank of Lowell, cluding, but not limited to, funds
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Its agent, in giving notice of the made available tor dividends to
THE COUNTY OF KENT . availability of the trustees final beneficiaries named In said ExIN CHANCERY
liquidating dividend by publication hibit "5'' and their successors in
DEPOSITORS LIQUIDATION
and by mailing, be approved and interest, who have made inquiry
CORPORATION, a Michigan
ratified, said acts being pursuant concerning the dividend but who
Corporation, PlalnUff,
tc and in full compliance with the have not received their checks bevs. I
. No. 47,796 appropriate terms of the Decree cause of lack of proof of right
BRUCE MCQUEEN, CLARE .
heretofore entered In this Court lo payment, or funds against which
ANDERSON, GARFIELD .
and cause.
dividend checks have been drawn
FORD. BERT E. QUICK,
IT IS HEREBY FURTHER and delivered but Which checks
CHARLES JONES, LULA '
ORDERED that the acts of De- have not been presented for payBLAZO KROPF '(formerly LULA positors Liquidation Corporation, ment.
тАв
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BLAZO), G. J. FRANKS, JOHN
plaintiff herein, and The State Sav- IT IS FURTHER ORDERED
ENGEMAN, ANNA M. LAYER
ings Bank of Lowell, its agent, in that
upon
the
filing with
SHANNON (formerly ANNA M. making available and paying the this 'Court of a receipt from
LAYER), DAN A. WINGEIER. trustee's final liquidating dividend said State Board of Escheats for
Administrator C. T. A of the Esbe approved and ratified, said acts such funds and Ion Affidavit of
tate of J. THEODORE MUEI^
being pursuant to and In full com- Publication of this Order a s hereLER, Deceased, George Kllgus
pliance with the appropriate terms inafter provided, said Depositors
and C. E. Bowen. Defendants.
of the Decree heretofore entered In Liquidation Corporation shall be
ORDER APPROVING REPORT this Court and cause.
discharged of any and all further
OF AVAILABILITY 5 F DIVI- IT IS HEREBY FURTHER liability with reference i s - " said
DENDS AND PROVIDING ES- ORDERED that each of the pri- funds to the same extent and in
CHEAT O F UNCALLED FOR mary beneficiaries, named in B like mannner as if those said funds
hlbit "5" attached to said Report had been paid directly to and reSUMS
At a session of the said court held of Availability of Dividends and ceived by said several beneficiaries.
In the Courthouse In the City of Uncalled for Sums and Petition
IT I S HEREBY FURTHER
Grand Rapids, County of Kent, for Escheat, or their successors-ln- ORDERED that notice of the enState of Michigan, this IBth day Interest, who have not called for, try of this order and of the escheat
demanded, or received the trustee's of uncalled for sums at the end Of
of August, 1946.
PRESENT: T H E HONORABLE final liquidating dividend knay call seventv (70) days shall be given
LEONARD D. VERDIER, Circuit for, demand and receive said divi- by publication of a true copy of
dends at the offices of Depositors this order once each week for six
Judge. '
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Upon reading and filing the Re- Liquidation Conporatlon, 1917 Pen- (8) successive weeks In The Loport of Availability of Dividends obscot Bldg., Detroit 26, Michigan, well Ledger, a newspaper printed
and lUncalled for Sums and Peti- within sixty <80) days after the and published In the Village of
tion for Escheat, heretofore filed date of this Order.
Lowell, Kent County, IMichlgaJu
In this Oourt and cause, from IT IS FURTHER ORDERED and by publication at least once
which it hppears that Depositors that upon expiration of said sixty of a complete list of the names of
Liquidation Corporation, plaintiff (60) day period, De^osltora Liquid- all beneficiaries appearing in said
herein and the State Savings Bank ation Corporation shall deliver no Exhibit "5", to whom the final
of Lowell, Its agent, have given further dividend checks to said dividend payable exceeds the sum
notice of the availability of the beneficiaries, and that upon the of twenty-five cents (25c) except
trustee's final liquidating dividend expiration of an additional Iten duplications and except the names
by publication and Iby mailing In (10) days thereafter the bank upon of beneficiaries whose dividend
accordance with the Decree here- which said dividend checks have check Is delivered and cashed betofore entered in this Court and been drawn shall honor no further fore the list is published.
cause on November US, 1945, and dividend ichecks, and said bank
. ) LEONARD D. VERDIER
from which St appears that certain ahall be so irstructed by DeposiCircuit Judge
beneficiaries of the trust which Is tors Liquidation Conporatlon.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED ATTEST: A True Copy:
the subject matter of this suit and
who were entlUed to dividends un- that upon the expiration of said LEWIS J. DONOVAN, Clerk
der the terms of said Decree have nerlod of seventy :(70) days, or e s GEORGE GRUENBAiUR, Deputy
not called for, demanded or re- soon thereafter as possible, said
Examined, countersigned
ceived their dividends within the Depositors Liquidation Corporation
and Entered by me,
period provided In said Decree, i shall deliver to the Michigan State
LEWIS J. DONOVAN.
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that Board of Escheats aU remaining
funds
made
available
for
the
trusthe acts of Depositors Liquidation
WM. H. IRICHTER 1 6 ^
Corporation, plaintiff herein, and tee's final liquidating dividend, in' i
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The persons listed below may obtain their final dividend by writing to Depositors Liquidation Corporation, 1917 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 26, Michigan.
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ADAMS, Mrs. Marlon Kropf
AMERICAN LEGION, Fifth Dlst
G. D. Cook. Adjut.
BAKER, Caroline A.
BALKWELL, Hester A.
BOYLAN, R. B
BOYLAND, Mrs. C. M. and R. B.
Boylan
BROWN, Mrs. Geraldlne Kropf
BURNS, Mra. Leon
BURR. Nina
CAMBELL, A. E.
CARDIFF. Lena Rand
CHASE National Bank, Unpaid
Drafts
CHOLERTON, Mrs. Jennie
CHOLERTON, W. H.
CLARK, Levi and Ethelyn
CRISSELL. Geo, and Sophlona
DAVERING, Nettle
DAVIS. Allan E.
DAVIS, Ehner E .
DEWOLF. J. O. E s t Robt M. DeWolf Adm.
DICKERSON, Frankle
ECKER. Belle C.
ENGERSON, Elsie
FANGSTROM, Delvls
FARR, Alice '
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FILKINS, W. 11. '
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FINN, Anna ┬╗
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FORD, Florence A. and Harriet
Herrlngton
FRANKLIN. Bertha
FRANKS. Ahneda
FROST. Ixetta S.
FULLINOTON, Norman
GARN, Mra. Glenn
GOFF, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison
GREGORY, Caroline
GREGORY, Eleanor
HALL Mra. Wlllard
HEETHER. Mary
HIRSCHMILLER, Mra G. W.
HOUGHTON, Grace
HUBBEL. Ward E. and Mabel M.
and J. H.
JENSEN, James M. and Mary M.
JOHNSON, James A.
JOHNSON, Orba Gdn Dorothy N.
and Nellie D.
JONES, Alice and Billy Culver
JONES. Henry
DLL0GQ, Anna
KELLOGG, George
KRIEGER, Lois
KREISER, Mrs. George
KRIESER, Kathleen Elaine
KROPF, Miss Irene
LADIES AID Cong. Church, Mrs.
Llla Armstrong, Pres.
LAMPMAN, Carrie
LAMPMAN, Russell
LONG, Howard
LONG. Russell
MANAGE. D. G., Trustee
MATHEWS. Jack
MEYER. Myrtle and Henry
MCCANN. Mra. Annie
MCINTYRE. Sylvester and Bertha
MCPHERSON. M. B. Trustee Cole
Cem Fund
.
MCPHERSON, M. B. Trustee for
Hugh Cole
MERRILL. Harold
METRO Ooldwln
MEYERS, Guy
MILLER, Harvey
MOODY, Lucy
MORRIS, Eugene L,
MURPHY, Patrick, Deceased, Thos
F. Murphy, Adm.
MYERS, John and Addle A. Myers
NATIONAL Credit Assn.
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NORMAN, Mrs. Martha
OGDEN, Mrs. lanthe
OLIVER. Katie
PARKER, James, Adm.
PARKER, James
PUTNAM, Mre. F. E.
QUIGGLE. William .
RAND. Morris W.
SAYLES, Elizabeth and Nellie M.
SEYBOLD, Dr. G. A.
SHAWMAN, Mrs. Hollls
SHIRLEY. Mr. and Mra M. ,
STANTON, James Estate
STEKETEE. Eva Land t
STONEFIELD Cortp,
STOREY. Edwin C.
SWANSON. Clifford H.
TEEPLE, Isaac J., Ira and Crirlotte
THOMET. Rosa
WADE. E. C.
WEST. Irene
WHITE. Mrs. Bertha
WILLIAMS. B. J.
WOODARD. Luclle
YEITER, Gerald Samuel
The annual meeting of Graded
School District No. 1, Ada Township was held In the school building Monday evening, July 8, 1946.
Meeting was called to order by
the president, Bernard Rooker, at
8:00 p. m. The (secretary iread the
notice of the annual meelng and
the minutes of the last annual
meeting. Which |was accepted and
placed on file.
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The apnual report of the treasure waa read and on motion of
Mrs. Kathrlne Richardson, seconded hy Mrs..Velina Nelllst was accepted end filed. I
The chair than appointed as
clerks; Tom Morris and Mrs. Agnes Kulper. ,
The chair appointed as tellers:
Max Souser and John Slanger. 1
Election of a Trustee for a term
of three (3) years to succeed Jack
fiiWl I'lifiTiiiiillih
VHWIIITT
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THUBiDAY, lAUGCST ML U M
SSbSSSBHSSSUSSbbb
spent Mverai days wHh Mra. T. W.
Read last week. >
Mrs. T. W. Read acoompanied
Mr. and Mra. Tom Read to Grand
Raplda Sunday.
Mra. Leonard Kerr and Leonard
Jr., were In Lanalng Tuesday for
Leonard Jr., to enroll In M. 8. C.
Phyjlls Hellman returned home
Saturday from a week's visit with
her stater, Mra Elton Goodwin in
St. Louis. <
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Mr. and Mra. Ralph Chaffee of
Lansing were Saturday night
guests at the Chaffee-Goozen home
and Sunday Mrs. Efffc> Oooren and
Tom Chaffee accompanied them to
the Chaffee reunion in Ionia, 53
being present from Petoskey, Holt,
Mason, Lansing, Careon City, Ada,
Lowell and Vergennes.
Mr. and Mra. Frank Kapugla
and Frank, Jr., returned h o m e
Wednesday from a visit with his
relatives in Ironwood.
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Boyer, term expired. Total number
of votes cast: (twenty-five (25).
Hark Nelllst received 12; Wlllard
Kulper, 7; John Adrlanse, 6. Clark
Nelllst receiving the highest number bf votes cast,' was elected. \
The election then proceeded for
a second trustee to succeed Bernard Rooker, term expired. Total
number of votes cast was twentyfour. Bernard Rooker received 10;
Roger' Anderson, 7; Wlllard Kulper, 4; John Adrlanse, 8. Bernard
Rooker receiving the highest number of votes was Wected.
No further business appearing at
this time, the motion was taade
by Mrs. Kathrlne Richardson, seconded by Mrs. Velma Nelllst advance to adjourn.
Frank Richardson, secretary
Homer Morris, president
FINANCIAL REPORT
General Fund <
Cash Balance June 30, 1946
General operating
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88*20
Total amount 'on hand J une 30, 1944 I
General Fund-Revenue Receipts
General Property Tax Receipts
Current operating tax collections
$8^12.07
Delinquent tax collections
91.04
Primary money, state aid
4,775.34
Library (penal fines)
Other revenue receipts. Textbook rentals t o pupils
and final payment on Impounded
taonies
414.83
Total Revenue Receipts
Grand Total Receipts
Total Cash Receipts
General Fund-Budget Expenditures
General Control (Admlnlatratlon):
I 70.00
Salaries of board of educaUon members . . .
53.98
Supplies and expense of board of education
Total general control expenditure!
Instruction:
.15,400.00
Teachers' salaries
80.31
Teaching supplies
Books, supplementary readers, desk copies, free [
881.84
textbooks, school Slbrary, books and expense
Total instruction expenditures
Auxllllary and Coordinate Actlvitlea
Transportation W pupils
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$ 240.00
Total auxiliary and coordinate expenditures
Operation of school p l a n t : '
Wages M Janitors and other employees, and fuel.
Janitor supplies, electricity, gas, water
$1,674.74
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36.86
$
Total fixed charge expenditures.
Maintenance (repairs): 1
Miscellaneous
36.86
. . I 237.84
$ 387.84
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Cash Balance June 30, 1946: I
General operating end library. .тАвтАвтАвтАв
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$8,105.57
$8,106.57
$8,106.57
$8,106.57
I 922.88
Total amount on hand.
$' 922.66
Total disbursements Including balance
Secretary's Summary of Fund Balances:
Fund balance of June 30, 1946
General Fund
$9,028.28
Total Fund Balance June 30, 1946
^ 922.66
^ 922 66
Signed, Homer Morris, Secretary
Treasurer's Vsrlflcatlon of Balances:
Total cash on hand
Total Bank Balances (per bank statement)
June 30, 1946
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90108
Net Balance on Hand and in Bank June 80, 1948..
$ 922.66
X . Signed. Jack IBoysr, Treasurer
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ATTENTION:
To All Former Depositors and General
Creditors of The CITY STATE BANK of
Lowell and Former Holders of Certificates
of Inbebtedness of City State Depositors
Corporation, Lowell, Michigan Whose
Names Appear Below:
Its agent, in (giving notice of the
availability of the trustee's final
liquidating dividend by publication end by mailing be' approved
and ratified, aald acts being pursuant to and In full compliance
with the apnroprlate terms of the
Decree heretofore entered In this
Court land cause.
JT IS HEREBY FURTHER
ORDERED that the acts of Depositors Liquidation Corporation
Dlalntiff herein, and the State Savngs Bank of LoweU, its agent In
making available and paying the
trustee's final liquidating dividend
be approved and ratified, said acta
being pursuant to and In full compliance with the appropriate terms
of the Decree heretofore entered In
this Court and cause, i
IT IS HEREBY FURTHER
ORDERED that each of the primary beneficiaries, named In Exhibit "5" attached to said Report
of Availability of Dividends and
Uncalled for Sums and Petition
for Escheat, or their successors-lnInterest, who have not called for,
demanded, or received the trustee's
final liquidating dividend may call
for, demand and receive said divlends at the Offices of Depositors
Liquidation Corporation, 1917 Penobscot Building. Detroit 26, Michigan, within Sixty K60) days after
the date of this order.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED
that upon the expiration of said
sixty K60) day period, Depositors
Jquldatlon Corporation shall deiver no further dividend checks to
said beneficiaries, and that upon
the expiration of an Additional ten
(10) days thereafter the bank upon which fcaid dividend checks have
been drawn shall honor no
dividend checks, and said
shall be so Instructed by Depoeltors Liquidation Corporation.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED
that upon the expiration of said
period of seventy (70) day* or as
soon thereafter as possible, said
Depositors Liquidation Corporation
shall deliver to the Michigan State
Board of Escheats all remaining
funds made Available for the trustee's final liquidating dlvldsnd, In-
cluding, but not limited to, funds
made available for dividends to
beneficiaries named In said Exhibit "6", and their successors In
Intarsst, who have toiade Inquiry
concerning the dividend but have
not. received ithelr checks because
of lack of proof of right to payment, oi- funds against which dividend checks have been drawn and
delivered but which checks have
not been presented for payment.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED
that upon Ifillng with this Court of
a receipt from said State Board of
Escheats for wich funds and an
affidavit 'of Publication ~6t this
Order as hereinafter provided,, said
Depositors Liquidation Corporation
shall be discharged of any and all
further liability with reference to
said funds to the same extent and
In like manner as If those said
funds had been paid directly to
and received by said several beneficiaries. I
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IT IB HEREBY FURTHER
ORDERED that notice of the entry of this jorder and of the Escheat of the uncalled-for sums at
the end of seventy (70) daya shall
be given by pubHcatfon of a true
copy of this order once each "week
for six (6) successive weeks in
The Lowell Ledger, a hewspapei-'
nted and published in the VIIe of Lowell, Kent County. Michigan, and by publication at least
once (of a complete list of the names
of all beneficiaries appearing in
said Exhibit V5" t o whom the final
dividend payable exceeds the sum
of twenty-five cents (26c) except
duplications and except the names
of beneficiaries Whose dividend
check Is dsllvered and cashed before the llat is published.
LEONARD D. VERDIER
I Circuit Judge
ATTEST: A True Copy:
LEWIS J . DONOVAN. Clerk тАв
GEORGE ORUENBAUR. Deputj
Examined, countersigned
and Entered by me,
LEWIS J. DONOVAN.
Clerk
WM. H. RICHTER
Deputy Clerk
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The persons listed below may obtain their final dividend by writing to Depositors Liquidation Corporation, 1917 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 26, Michigan.
ANDREWS. Mary E.
ANTHONY. Rex. Adm.
BAAR. Tobias, Gdn. Julia Shepard
BALBUSH, Rose
BALKWELL. Hester
BALKWELL. Hester A.
BENHAM. Pauline or Sam
BERRY, Dorothy
BERRY. Vivien
B1ERI. Carl. Trtas.
B1GLER. Howard
BOLSTER. Frank
BRYANT. Alvlra D. "
BURR, Nina
BUTTON, Elisabeth
BYRNE, Mrs. John
CAREY, Clare E.
CAREY, Francis
COMSTOCK. Marshall
CORRIGAN. James J.
DAVIS. Mre. L. A.
DENNIS. Margret
DINSEN. Dan. Treas.
EDDY. Virginia Belle
FAAS. Mra Mary M. and Louis
FARR. Alice
FIDELITY LIFE INSURANCE
CO.
FOSTER. Maude
FRANKS, Almeda
FRANKS, Mra. E. A.
GATES, Chas. R.
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GRAHAM. John C.
LOWS LL. MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, AUGUST g , IHS
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STATE OF MICHIGAN тАв
IN THE CIRCUIT OOURT FOR
T H E COUTY O F K E N T
IN CHANCERY
DEPOSITORS LIQUIDATION тАв
CORPORATION, a Michigan
Corporation. Plaintiff,
vs.
No. 47,796
GEORGE AREHART, CHARLES E BROWN, CLARE
ANDERSON, WILLIAM J .
MYERS, ELIZABETH FRANKS,
EVELYN R. LOOK. ARTHUR 1
JOHNSON, FRED E. WINGEIER, Administrator of the
Brtate of Simon Wlngeler, Deceased. BERT KLAHN, FRANK
LEWIS, HELEN LOOK NEWELL. Defendants.
ORDER APPROVING REPORT
$ 383.20 OF AVAILABILITY O F DIVIDENDS AND PROVIDING ESCHEAT O F UNCALLED FOR
SUMS
At a session of the said court held
In the Courthouse In the City of
Grand Raiplds, County of Kent,
State of Michigan, this 16th day
of August, 1946.
PRESENT: T H E HONORABLE
LEONARD D. VERDIER, Circuit
Judge. 1
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Upon reading and filing the Re18,845.08 port of Availability of Dividends
18,845.08 and lUncalled for Sums and Petifor Escheat, heretofore filed
19,028^8 tion
in this Oourt and cause, from
which It appears that Depositors
Liquidation Corporation, plaintiff
herein and the State Savings Bank
of Lowell, its agent, have given
notice of the availability of. the
trustee's final liquidating dividend
$ 128.98 by publication and by mailing In
accordance With the Decree heretofore entered In this Court and
cause on November (16, 1945, and
from Which It appears that certain
beneficiaries of the t r u n Which Is
the subject knatter of this suit and
who were entitled to dividends unthe terms of bald Decree have
$5,792.15 der
not called for, demanded or received their dividends within the
period provided In said Decree. '
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that
acts of Depositors liquidation
$ 240.00 the
Corporation, 'plaintiff herein, and
the State Savings Bank of Lowell,
$1,674.74
Total operation expenditures
Fixed Charges:
Insuranlde 1
friends. 1
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Mr. and Mra James Berry and
son, Bruce of Lansing are spending a few days at the Chris Kropf
home.
Mr. and Mra. Carl Kropf entertained relatives from Grand Rapids Sunday. I
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Mr a n d Mra. Barl Kropf of
Lowell w e r e Sunday callers at
Chris K r o p f a
Ted Elhart and family s p e n t
Sunday with relatlvea at Zeeiand
and Holland.
GRANT, Emily E.
GREGORY, DeHa Lucille
HANSEN. Rose and Florence Peck
HENNESSY, Mary
HINKLEY, Augusta M
HOLMES. John Adm. R. P. Holmes
Est
HOUSERMAN. Henry C.
HUGHSON. Claude P. or Sadie
HUGHSON, Ethel
HULSE, VIIla or Ed
HUNTER, Ella B. or John L.
ISAM AN, Jack Cleveland
JACKSON. Mary E.
JOHNSON, Mr. and Mra. Albert
JOHNSON. Mrs Grace B.
JOHNSON, R. B. and Luhi E.
KEENE, Sprague S.
KLUMP, Mrs. Wm. or Mildred K.
Llnd
LISZEWSKI, Alagzy
LISZEWSKI. Barbara
LISZEWSKI. Elisabeth
LISZEWSKI, Mrs. J. F.
LITTLE. Iva
LONG. Howard L.
LONG. Russell
MAST, Char!en 8.
MATHEWS. Jack
McMULUBN. Robert
Carolyn A.
Matheryn, Trees.
Leslie
MOYE, Llla Mae .
MURPHY, Margaret
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Myrtle
h a V. or Cora
VerMeer
PLANK, Albert
RAY, J. G., Nat'l S e c y M. W. A.
RAYNOR, George and Susie
RAYNOR, Gertrude V.
kOGERS, Wm. Lenora
SALESBURY. Bessie
SANDAHL, Lottie
SANTA CLAUS GIRLS CLUB
SAYLES. Nettle
SHEAR. Ethel
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SHEPARD. Rachel or Theo
SINCLAIR, Lerent
SLIGTON, Estella
SMITH. Mra. J. C.
STREETER. Claude or Bernlce L.
TER KERVAT. Herman
TUCKER, Donald L and parents
TUTTLE. Marvin Rogers
VANDUSEN. Claire
VANHATTSMA. T. or Alice
WILLETTE, Kenneth Duane
WILLETTE, Richard Eldon
WINTERS, Mra. Clara or Constance L. Benjamin
WORDEN, Susie and Maxine
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DIET
Mr. and Mra. Ra^ph Smith of
Walker Station were Tuesday eveThe eminent nutrltulonlst and
ning callers at Lawrence Gephart's.
diet authority f o r Hollywood's
Mrs. Fred Patttsoa
Mrs. Ne'lle Tlmpson spent Monstars offers his world famous diet
day with Mra. Ada Hull In Grandsystem. Read It in The American
vlll.e as Mre. Hull leaves Tuoiday
Weekly with thla Sunday's (Sept.
with the Ann Arbor rallroid.
W. 8. C. 8.
1) Issue of The Detroit Sunday
He passed away Wednesday, Au- for her home In Oregon.
Ttones. Geyelord Houaer shows bow The W. S. C. S. will meet at the gust 21, at the age of 44, after a Mrs. Edith Bunker soert Thurseasy It Is to enjoy good food, good Alto Methodhrt church Friday, Sep- lingering Illness of several months. day afternoon with M n . George
health and good looks. Get Sun- tember 6. at 2 o'clock for a busiHe leaves to mourn their loss, Alexander of Lowell.
ness meeting.
day's Detroit Times.
his
wife, Eunice, his three sons, his Mr. and Mrs. Earl Colby, George
Phone 9101, Hlckey's Restaurant
mother, Mrs. Maggie Hale of Mar- Colby, Mrs. Leona Wieland and
ft Soda Bar, for delivery.
adv.
Summer Bible School
lon, a brother Russell of Lansing, Mnrlaa and Shirley Colby visited
The summer Bible school closed aeveral nlecea and nephews and a Mr. and Mrs, Emerson Colby and
s m Peter of Battle Creek Sunday.
a very successful week at the Bap- hoat of frlenda.
tist church, with a fine program Funeral services were held Sat- Junior MacNaughton and niece,
Friday evening. Carl Bengert prov- urday afternoon at 8:00 at the Shtiry, of Mulllken, visited Mr
ed a fine leader and he was assist Courter home In Alto and Sunday and Mra. Frank MacNaughton
. Special Auent
ed by Rev. and Mra. Burt Gardner. at 3:00 at the Hale residence in Sunday and Sherry remau.ej for a
The Northweitern Mutual Rev. an Mre. Bolltho and Marjorle Marlon with Interment In the fami- week's visit.
Clum acted as pianist and class ly lot at Mount View cemet4ry, Mc- Mra. E. L. Kinyon and grandLife iDsnrince Co.
daughter. Susan, accompanied Mr.
teachers also helped.
Bain. 1
and Mre. Clyde Kerchenman and
"There Is a significant differfamily and attended the national
ence between life Insurance
Alto Locals
Altd Garden Club
Motor club Hill climb at Muskegon.
companies."
Members and guests of the Alto Mre. L. A. Brown of Whltten- Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence HeadGarden Club met on August 21. at vllie Rd., entertained with la worth spent several days at the
the pleasant farm home of Mrs. luncheon Tuesday at the Women's enimmer home of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Arthur for an afternoon City club In Grand Rapids In honor C. H. Clark at Beulah.
meeting. An eminent authority on of her friend, Mrs. Frank Hether- Donna Jean Wlngeler spent a
bee's and honey, Mr. Mestemaker. Ington, of Beverly Hills, Calif. Be- few days with her aunt, Mrs. David
accompanied by his wife, came sides the honor guest, guests were Washburn and family of Lowell.
from Lyons to be the speaker .and Mra. Nell Baldwin, Mrs. John
Mr. and Mra. Nlel McElwain and
answer any questlonp. Mrs. Len- Hodgman, Mrs. Frank Pattlson, children of Battle Creek were Sunnard Blossom served as program тАвall of Grand Rapids and Mre. Fred day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
chairman and the refreshment Pattlson of Alto.
Raeslde before leaving for their
i
committee were Mre. Claude Sll- Mrs. James Courter and son's, new home and place of business
cox, Mrs. Elvyn Potter and Mrs. Billy and Al are spending a couple at Doud, Iowa.
If oil depends on the Med
Emerson Stauffer. Guests for the of weeks at Marlon and Evart, af- Jlmmle Vandenhout of Lowell
of insurance you have.
afternoon were Mra. Barry Bran- ter attending their husband's and has been visiting his uncle and
nan and Miss Mabel Watts. Mrs. father's, James Courter's, funeral aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reynhout.
One of our Superior autoNorton Avery will entertain In In Marlon Sunday. Jim, as he wat- Roy MacNaughton attended the
September for an evening meeting familiarly known, came here 8 "Girls of Yesterday Club." at
mobile insurance policies
with Mrs. Lawrence Headworth as years ago, made a host of friends Bowne center aid hall Sunday and
is your best bet if it's
program chairman.
who will miss hhn and extend reports a grand time. The dinner
COMPLETE protection,
sympathy to the wife, Eunice and followed the church service. Fam
ObituaryтАФJames A. Courter
family. Their son. Pfc. James Cour- Hies of the club were Invited and
you're after. Only one of
about 50 were present, so we believe
James A. Courter was born In ter, with the army of occupation a few younger than yesterday's girls
these policies can give you
McBain, Mich., June 16, 1902, to in Germany, was unable to attend. must have been Invited. Next year
Wlllfom J. and Maggie Courter. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wakefield they plan to nie*A with Mra. Alex
fui; realisation of that
His chlldhoou days were npent In attended a Postal Supervisors dln- Wlngeler, but Ye Scribe wouldn't
and around McBain and Marion.
r at the Park American hotel consider her a girl 'of yesterday,
ward . . . SECURE.
On June 5, 1926, he was united In Kalamazoo Saturday evening. however a grand hostess. Mulllken,
In marriage to Mlsa Eunice M. Mr. and Mrs. тАв Elmer Dlntaman Lansing, Eaton Rapids. Cascade
Gregg. To this union were born called on John Layer of Lowell and Alto were represented.
three sons, James G., William C., Friday, sorry he Is not improving Mr. and Mrs. Henry Westsmaker
faster.
and Allan O*.
of Lyons were luncheon guesta of
The greater part of his life was Mre. Ella Flynn Is staying with Mre. Leonard Blossom and Mrs.
тАвACEMCY
her
sister,
Mra.
Wm.
C.
Anderson.
tpent as a railroad man. He camE. L. Tlmpson before speaking at
to this community about throe Mr. and Mre. Frank Kllno called the Alto Garden Club at Mrs. Fred
on
Mra.
Julie
Godfrey
of
Freeport
years ago as telegraph operator
Arthurs Wednesday.
at Elmdale. Before that timf, he, Sunday. They also called on Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Sid MacNaughton
Earl V. Co thy
Klines
niece,
Mrs.
W
n
Cudney,
with -his wife and family, resided
of Grand Ledge called on Mr. and
Charles L Cdby. ClarkMUe
In Marlon where he was employed also of Freeport. Mrs. Cudney hss Mrs. Frank MacNaughton Sunday
some lovely singing canaries.
Mr. and Mre. Ernest Richardson, and Orrln MacNaughton of Mulllwas a Wednesday caller.
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Richardson ken
Mr. and Mra. Lloyd Coltz spent
and Mr. and Mre. Everett Richardson and family of E.mdale. Mr. a few days last week with her sisand Mrs. Howard Lite and daugh- ter, Mrs. Nellie Tlmpson and Mr.
ters of Clarksvllle and Mr. and and Mrs. Joseph Lee and Elizabeth
Mrs. Lawrence Richardvm nnjoyed Ann of Colombus, Ohio, spent a
a pfr.nic Inner at Du'.lon Shady week at the Tlmpson-Blossom
f
home.
Side park Sunday.
Mrs.
Charles
Deming
and chilShirley Oolby returned from visiting In Plymouth Tuesday and dren and Mrs. Clara Deming were
Janice Colby returned Sunday, ac- Grand Rapids shoppers Friday and
companied by Donna Hunt of Ply- dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
mouth. who will spend a week at Edward Bergy.
MORE fir Hospital OtiflunuRt
the Colby home. Ralph Colby en- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Linton were
Sunday dinner guests of her parT k z f i only TWO d the poM&k benefits efltacd yott fa tha N f *
joyed an airplane ride Sunday.
Woodmen Accident COMBINATION PROTECTOR POLICY. Thto
The Alto school will open Tues- ents, Mr and Mrs. J. W. Thaler
acw M t u a l i n s d K e t h b b Aeddeat policy pey* op to 110,000 (or AccW
day, September 3, with Mra. Paul- of Green Lake.
denUl Death, up to $SS.OO for Pint Aid, up to 9200.00 ┬л month for
ino Watts as teacher. T!┬╗┬╗to will he Mr. and M m Lewie Catt of Chartotal dlMbOity due to tkkntm or accident. No mHins period. Pint dap
lotte. Mrs. Delia Yule and Mrs. Esa'/'jut 35 pupils enrolled.
oortras*. Same premium for employed women Mtoemen. Itraed to
* i a 14 fa 51. A * to Mf thit great, modem HealthtoAccident Policy.
Miss Eva Llebal of Denver, Colo., tella Cress of Freeport were Wedand Mii┬л Rosemary Howe of Louis- nesday callers at Mr. and Mra.
ville, Ky., were Sunday guests at Frank Bunker's.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Courter of
the Lawrence Gephar4. home.
Mr. and Mrs. Sid MncNaughton Lansing spent a couple of nights
of Grand Ledge, Mr an.l Mrs last week with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Charles L Colby, Clarksvllle.
Earl V. Colby, Alto
Walter McLochlln, Frank Sargent Dlntaman.
and son Billle and Don Tlmmer- Mra. Ray Lacy and Mre. Emma
man, all of Grand Rapids, were Kllpfer were dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Emerson Stauffer Hn
Sunday callers at the Raesldes.
Mrs. Ida Clark spent Friday eve- honor of Mrs. Kllpfer's birthday.
ning with Mrs. Emma Mofflt, Mire. John Brannan, Mr. and
while Mrs. George Lane and chil- Mrs. Francis Wakefield and son
dren and Mra. Fred Pattlson at- Johnnie spent Sunday In Lansing.
tended the comencement at Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pattlson were
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c
church. The church property Is among 15 guests entertained by
Improved with some flue new ce- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pattlson of
Grand Rapids with a 5 o'clock dinment steps.
i
ner for Mr. and Mra. Frank Hetherlngton of Hollywood. Calif.
Mrs. Ernest Rosenberg entertained with a dinner in Ionia Sunday for the pleasure of her husband, Ernest, and John Sullivan's
birthday. Guests were: Mr. and
Mrs. Llovd Houghton. Mre. Sullivan
of Ionia! Mr. and Mrs. Merle Rosenberg and Larry.
Mrs. Harold Matternick, Harold
Jr., and Roger took the streamliner to Detroit Wednesday night
and visited till Sunday night with
her sister Mrs. Jack Herp and
family. The Herp'a have a new
baby eon.
Mr. and Mra. George Schwarder
and son Lyle of Lake City were
week-end guests of Mrs. Lucy Duell
and Mra. Claude Lorlng was a Sunday dinner guest.
Recent callers of Mr. and Mrs.
Emereon Stauffer were Mrs. Virgil Huey and two daughters of Detroit and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Alexander and tWo daughters of Lowell.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wlngeler and
children accompanied Mr. and Mre.
Leo Wlttenbach of near Belding to
the Mkhlgan Dairy Association
picnic at Townsend Park Saturday.
Mrs. Rose Wlngeler spent thw day
with her sltser, Mra Ellsa Wlttenbach near Belling.
Mr. and Mra. Flsk Gephart and
children of Leslie returned home
Monday after spending the past
week In Alto and Lake Odessa.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Devenney
and children of Marshall were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mre. Ted
EVERY family knows there ere dorens of
materials vital to the production of teleScott.
Mr. and Mre. Charles Colby spent
things it needs and would like to get right
phone equipment are in short supply for
Monday and Tuesday In Lud Ington;
away, but under present conditions they
one reason or another.
Shirley Co'by Is spending a few
are just not t o be had.
day with Marian Wieland.
Even so, we're hopeful that most of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oberly of
Well, we're facing e x a c t l y t h e saraf
Riverdale were Saturday afternoon
the orders for telephone service received
callers of Mr .and Mre. Frank
situation in the telephone business.
before January 1, 1946, can be filled by
Falrchlld, enroute to Dowling to
To keep our telephone household going,
the end of the year. In some areas, of
visit the former's sister.
Mr and Mrs. Dirk Falrchlld are
and t o expand our plant and facilities t o
course, we expect to complete many orders
vacationing a week at his brother,
meet the great demand for telephone serreceived this year. B u t it may be late 1947
Harold's cottage pt Hamlin Lake,
vice, we need large supplies of lead, copper,
near Ludlngton.
before we can return t o a "ready-to-serve"
Raymond Falrchlld of Cadillac
textiles, steel, rubber, lumber, brass and
basis everywhere.
and Miss i t n e Weeks of Saranac
many other basic materials.
were Sunday evening dinner guests
You can depend on thisтАФwe're moving
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dlntaman.
In some cases we can get only a limited
just as fast aa existing conditions permit and,
Mrs. Freman Whltmyer of Perry
quantity. In fact, a great many of the
and Mrs. Edwin Doyie of Detroit
as supplies improve, we'll speed up the job.
cnlled on Mre. Ray Lacy and Mrs.
Emma Kllpfer Monday night.
Contractor William Hillary and
assistants are putting the finishing
touches on the Spring River farm
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hillary of
o u t $ 1 8 8 . 0 0 8 . 6 0 0 POST-WAR M 0 6 f t A M MIANS JOBS f O ┬л THOUSANDS
Alto, In anticipation of tin arrival
of the lathers daughter, Holllday,
and Mra. Hillary's mother, Mre.
Swayne from Cumberland, Md.
ALTO NEWS
Alt┬о
Mr. end Mrs. Elmer Dlntaman
took Mre. Ida Brown to Gun Lake
Sundsy to be the guest for a week
of Mr, and Mrs. Roy Yarger of
Hastings at their cottage.
Mr. and Mre. Fred Broadbent
are preparing to move Into the
Broadbent house, formerly owneJ
by his sister, the departed Ruby
Broadbert.
lAlto Locals !
Mr. and Mra. Raymond Husby
of Lansing were Friday and Saturday night guesta of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Dlntaman.
Howard Farrell and mother of
Grand Rapids were Sunday callers
at the home of Wm. Raeslde.
There are still a llml+ei number
of the Memorial books of service
men who were killed from Alto,
AKo JLoeals
\
Lowell, Ada, Cascade and Parnell
available at Christiansen's Locker PJant In Alto. This book contains the pictures of 39 syrvlremen
who were killed and the names and
places of others that were wounded
besides the names of over 1000
men who served from this area.
The Alto Businessmen and (heir
families will have a picnic supper
at Fallasburg park this Thursday
evening.
i
Maybe the reason a bagpipe player always walks while playing Is
so he may be ready to run In caae
hla listeners start throwing things
his way. Sooner or later saxophone
players will use the same good
Judgment.
Phone your news to the Ledger.
Cbarln 1. Colby
COLBY
LOWELL HIGH SCHOOL
EXTENDS A
Cordial Welcome
ITSIVIJjrH
$200.00
A MONTH
COLBY Inturanee Agency
. . . . to ambitious boys and girls of
Lowell and surrounding townships to
take advantage of the increased opportunities for learning offered by this
steadily advancing school. There are
adequate accommodations and facilities
for all who attend.
Woodmen Acci^mt ComiMiy
IniColn, ilnusla
fae,7fa/
Why You Should Attend Lowell Schools
1. A teaching staff of known ability and character.
2. Practical shopwork and other courses to go hand-inhand with mental training.
3. Musical instruction, band, orchestra and vocal, in the
high school and in all the grades.
4. A home economics course designed to aid in equipping
the girl in the arts of home-making.
5. A comprehensive four-year agricultural course for boys.
6. A thorough business course combining business mathematics, bookkeeping, typing, shorthand, business English and business law.
7. A sensible combination of grade and individual instruction.
Wstch the Lcdser of September 5th for the Complete Courts of Study,
Requirements for Graduation, College Entrance, Etc.
Fall Term Begins Monday, Sept. 9,1946
Plan to Attend High School at Lowell!
MICHIOAN BILL T i L I P H O N i C O M P A N Y
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SOCIAL EVENTS
Al
SEELEY CORNERS
UK*. тАв. P. RBTNOLDB
Mr. and Mrs. F e e d Buyers
News F r o m Grand Rapldfl
Of F o r m e r .Bowne Folks
0LAR4 M. BRANDHUIII
Mrs. Hose Kiel, the Carl Freyermuth family, the Harry 1a Mr. and Mrs. Howard Carey and
Brlggs family and Mr. and Mrs. son Eugene of Trona, Calif., were Mr. and Mrs. Joa Berky of (HarlHas it ever occured to you how difficult It has been
Orren Sterkens entertained forty supper guests last Tuesday eve- otts St.. attended the 4-H Fair In
guests with a family dinner Sun- ning of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Hes- Lowell last Thursday and visdted
to maintain the hi^h standards of KING QU4LITY FEEDS
day, at Vallasburg Park. Guests che. Rev. Carey, who began his frlenda In Lowell.
wera present from Toledo, South ministry at Snow church, preached
John Mlshler, who Is working
for the last th^ee or four years? We are proUd of the fact
Bend, Hillsdale, Lansing and Grand there again Sunday morning.
Rapids. They celebrated the anni- Mr. and Mra. Seymour Dalstra on Bowling alleys at Battle Creek,
versaries of Mrs. Charles Kinyon and Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Hesche spent the week-end at h b home
t h a t we have not changed the nutritive value of our formulas.
hsre.
I
Yeoman Thomas Hall, son of Mr. of South Bend. Lawrence and Betty ileft
Sunday afternoon for a motor
Mr. and Mrs. John Keller were
and Mrs. Clint Hall, arrived home Jay of Orand Rapids, Adelbert Itrip through the western states.
But in order to accomplish this we have had to scour t h e
at Pennock hospital last Friday
August 24, after serving since June Kinyon, Ethel Sterkens and Cart
Mr .and Mrs. Howard Watrous to see Ernest Battles and they
1948 In the U. S. Navy. Tom receiv- Allen Freyermuth, alt of whom had
and
family
of
Lowell
and
Mr.
and
highways and byways, h u n t i n g for m e a t scraps, soybean oil
found Ernie not much Improved.
ed his discharge at Shoemaker, birthdays in August. They voted
Calif., and hitchhiked from there to meet In August of 1947, at Pot- Mrs. Harvey Antonldea and family Gilbert Heerlnga, Mr. and Mrs.
of
Grand
Rapids
were
supper
meal, corn and many other hard-to-obtain ingredients. We
George Alger and Mr. and Mrs.
to Lowell In' B days. тАв
ter's Park in Lansing.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester An- J. S. Brandebury motored to near
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tonldes
Sunday
evening.
Merely Sunday afternoon and callwould rather have discontinued making KING^S FEEDS for
Leonard J. Saladln, S 1c of Lo- Mr. and Mrs. Orren Sterkens enwell Rl, received his discharge tertained with a 7 o'clock dinner Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown spent ed at the Jack Skeoch home, then
from the U. 8. Navy on August 20, Tuesday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ira drove t o Mount Calm Lake and
a while, then to change their feeding value.
Charles Kinyon of Soath Bend. Machette of Bass Lake.
Greenville, sight-seeing, then t o
at Great Lakes. III.
Other guests were Mrs. Rose Kiel Mrs. Raymond Hesche entertain- Kent City, where Gilbert land the
* * *
There has been no time during the strenuous year j a s t
Robert C. Cahoon, Aer. M.. has and Adelbert Kinyon. t
ed with a family dinner party Sat- Brandebury's were supper guests
received his discharge and came The Chaffee re-union was held urday evening honoring the birth- of Mr. and Mrs. Alger.
home from Great Lakes Friday. тАв Sunday, August 25, at Riverside days of her husband, her brothsr- Mildred Glahgow and father enfinished that KING'S FEEDS have n o t been obtainable withPark, Ionia, with 58 in attendance. In-law, Marlon Stephan of Orand tertained a company bf friends at
Relatives and friends were present Rapids fend Bob Jones of Lowell. their home last Friday evening.
o u t change in quality. The price may necessarily be higher
from Lansing, Holt, Mason, Grand At the party Mr. and Mrs. Stephan Gilbert Heerlnga, Mra Gertrude
W75DDINCS
Rapids, Caraon City, Ada and Lo- announced the engagement of their Connelly land son Roger, Mr. and
at timea due to t h e higher cost of ingredients, b u t the qualwell. A picnic dinner was enjoyed son, William, to Miss Virginia Mrs. J . S. Brandebury attended
1
the IA-H Club fair at Lowell and
' SimingtonJMBonto, r
and the afternoon 'spent in visiting. Makowskl of Orand Rapids.
pronounce it one of the best yet.
ity is constant and will be constant as long as they carry
Miss Pauline DeBonte and Mar- The telephone operators gave * Mra Claude Cole and her broth- We noticed Mrs. Ruby Hudson,
ion Simlngton were united In mar- surprise shower In honor of Mrs. er-ln-law spent last wesk Monday formerly of Lowell, hut now of
t h e KING name.
r l a n on Saturday evening Aug- Alice Barber Monday evening, in afternoon with his niece, Mrs. Ray this city, among the many ID atust 24, at 8 o'clock. In the Nwarene the office rest room. Mrs. Barber's Townsend of Orand Rapids.
tendance. Congratulations to the
church, with Rev. Pau┬╗ 2 ┬лoorn- resignation will take effect Sep- Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Reynolds boys and girls iwho won honors at
stra officiating.
tember 7. A bountiful luncheon and daughters and Miss Marilyn the Vfelr. |
l
The jcoupto was attended by was served and beautiful gifts Champion spent Friay with Mra
Mr. land Mrs. Clarence TrowRuth Roberts of Lowell and Adel- presented to the guest of honor. Merle AMrlch of Tustln.'
bridge, of near Clarksvllle, visited
bert Simlngton of Saginaw.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Cole spent their son, Richard and family in
A successful office-holder is one the wesk-em! on a motor trip ths city last Prlday. Clarence callLyons-!
who can balance his mistakes With through the Upper Peninsula.
ed on Mr. and Mrs. Bert Kelm In
LOWELL, MICHIGAN
Mrv_and Mrs. Win mgersoll and the afternoon.
Al 4 o'clock In the afternoon on acceptable excuses.
daughter, Marilyn, spent the week- Mr. and Mra John Mlshler. (with
August 24, Frieda Catherine Rusend with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Bergy, attendsell became the bride of Ormand
ed fe reunion of t h s young people
IngersoII.
I
L. Lyoons with Rev. Paul Z. HoornMrs. Louella Labbee of Harrah. of yesterday at Bowne Center Sunstra
performing
the
ceremony
In
We used to know a fellow that
Wash., was a dinner guest Tuesday day. A number Of those who atthe Nazarene parsonage.
MORE LOCAL NEWS
of Mr. and Mra Claude Cole and tended t h s Bowne Center church
worked only while looking for a N. McCORDSтАФE. CASCADE
The couple was attended by
MRS. e m u cox
in the evening all were supper and Sunday school of many years
Florence
C.
Lyons
and
Olenn
E.
job for his wife.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mart ago gathered at the church and
Lyons, brother of the groom.
attended services in ths morning,
Schneider of South Lowell.
A number In the neighborhood John Layer is confined to the The bride choose a blue wool suit
We were all quite thrilled to then went to the (Ladles Aid hall
with white accessories. The bridesattended the 4-H Pair at Lowell bed with a serious Illness.
hear three members of our young- for a potluck dinner and spent
the ipast week.
Miss Gretchen Hahn spent the maid wore a1 green suit with white
er set broadcast from WOOD last the rest of the day "talking over
accessories.
week
end
at
the
Locke
cottage
in
Mrs. Hattie Merrill Is a little
week. NHa Hesche's voice was old times and reneWing their
Grand
Haven.
better at this writing.
"The Shepherd of Sacrifice" heard on the air Thursday noon friendships. '
тАв CARD O F THANKS
Mrs. John Mlshler Is entertainGordon Peel and Pred Oox spent
on the "Glen and Lenore" program
by Paul Z. Hoornstra,
ing Miss Parmela Sayles of CoSunday evening In Grand Rapids. Mrs. Laura Dawwon is vleltlng My appreciation and m a n y
and
Raymond
Hesche
and
Douglas
relatives In Detroit and Garden thanks to friends and relatives
Church of the Nasarene
Antonides were heard on the farm lumbus, S. C., who is attending
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Swanson City for awhile.
for the shower of nearly 8(L┬лarde Christ la the Great Shepherd. His program Saturday.
the I f . B. lYouth Rally a t the
and daughter of Grand Rapids
gifts racelvid on
Civic auditorium for a few days.
Mrs.
John
Vincent
and
fairJIy
visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor of and also other
1
greatness Is seen more clearly as spent Thursday night with her
1
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f1'
Chicago are guests of his brother, my birthday.
Mike Dalkha, Sunday.
ol7 ;
'
Mrs. Nellie Young we see Him In contrast with an- parents, Mr. and Mrs. ClauJe Cole.
John
Taylor
and
wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dalkha
other. Let us contrast Christ with Charles and Alden Vincent spent SO. KEENE тАФNO. BOSTON
were In Grand Rapids Friday.
Francis Hoover and family of
KRS K>. POTTBU
the remainder of the week with
Abraham.
Pontlacare
visiting
relatives
In
Mike Dalkha Is working for John
their grandparents.
Abraham
was
a
Shepherd-ofLowell
for
a
few
days.
Regan, Sr. the ipast week.
Mrs. Lou Antonides and daughSacriflce. He was wllllDg to give up ters, Misses Martha and Dora Jolly Community Club met last
Mrs. Gertrude Vaughn of Chi- Miss Audle Post Is visiting at
week Wednesday afternoon with
his
dearest
possession.
This
sacrl
cago Is visiting her brothers and the home o f her nephew, John
Dornbos and Gerrlt Smith of Grand
flclng spirit Is seen as Abraham Rwplds were Sunday visitors of Mr. Mra. Eva Rlckert with 16 ladies
sister for several days. Mr. and Post, In North Chicago.
i
present. A nice meeting was held
prepares to give up his own son;
Mrs. J. Oox and eon Fred and Mrs.
and Mrs. Frank Antonldea
followed by contests. Mrs. Cassle
Isaac.
Gertrude Vaughn visited at the Mrs. Jennie Fltzpatrlck of DeMr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis arMartin Houseman home Prlday troit. spent a few days with her
But Christ the Great Shepherd rived home Sunday evening, after Denton won the work prise. Next
WE SUPPLY THE NEW
sister, Mrs. Laura Dawson.
.evening In Lowell.
was willing to give up more. He spending the week with Mr. and meeting in September with Mrs.
Floyd Golds in Lowell.
I Howard Markel of Grand Rap- Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Yelter of
was willing to give up His own Mrs. Ray Cornell at Rock.
and
A correction for an item in last
| Ids called at the J. Cox home Grand Rapids were Wednesday
very life. There Is real sacrifice.
REPAIR I H E OLD
week's news about Cutler 4-H Club.
He loved you, dear reader, Juat
| Tuesday.
visitors ' of Harry Ford In VerMarilyn and Shirley Rickert each
I Mr. and Mrs. J. Cox and Mrs. gennes.
that muoh. Have you returned that
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Steam and Hot Water Heating
SOUTH BOWNE
w6n 1st prize; Barbara Franks
Gertrude Vaughn accompanied Mr
love to Him?
MRS 3BNNIK PAltPBH
2'nd and Patty Ingram and Nancy
land Mrs.* Andrew Houseman tx) Mrs. Marlon Joyce and brother
(Next week: The Shepherd of
. Potter won Srd prize. Very nice
Hopkins Sunday and attended the of near Ionia were Sunday dinner
Obedience)
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Thomas of f o r f l r B t y e l i r
camp meeting. Mr. and Mre. Leon- guests of Mrs. Carrie Condon In
Cascade were callers Saturday et Ora and Anna Freldll spent the
A spare key only costs a
iard Blossom also attend the meet- Vergennes.
the Jake Gless hoi'ne.
week-end with Mr. and Mra Adriquarter and will save a great
ing.
Mrs. Frank Fox and daughter
Mrs. Jennie Pardee and Mrs. an Vandenhout.
deal of emfcarrassnipnt and
Mlsa Karolena Fox of Mt. PleasRosier and Jerry Blough attended Mr. and Mre. Victor Clemens
expense if ytni should lock
CABD OF THANKS
ant called on Miss Katherlne Perry
the 4-H, Fair In Lowell Thursday spent Sunday evening with Mr.
yourself out of car or home.
afternoon and also called a t the and Mrs. K. S. Rickert while Coni We wish to express our sincere and slstere, Friday.
Wm. Cosgrlff home.
nie was at the Glen Rickert home.
WE OPEN LOCKED CABS 1 thanks and appreciation to the Mrs. Art Schneider and daughVirginia O'Neil of Lowell is Marilyn Rickert spent from Thursmany frlende, neighbors and rela- ters, Bertha Jean and Judy spent
spending
the
week
With
Joyce
tives for their kindness and sym- Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Marlon
until Sunday evening at the Victor
pathy shown lus at the death of our Peacock and family In St. Louis.
NeUsen.
Clemenz home in Lowell.
Gerrlt Nyland and family of
dear husband, father and eon,
Rose Hoover spent from TuesMrs. Teresa Goldsmith and LuAdmission 12c and SOc North Olmstead, Ohio, visited at day evening until Friday with
tOt E. Main S i
LoweU James A. Courter. We are especial- cille from Kalamazoo and Jean Friday and Saturday, August 30, 81
the Harold Nelteon home f r o m Mrs. Lizzie Hoover and family.
ly grateful to R┬лv. Bolltho for
Tuesday until Friday.
words of comfort, to those who sent Goldsmith of Saugatuck have been
George Hoover and Virginia UpGerald Holcomb and Dick Gless church were week-end guesta Sunbeautiful floral tributes, to the mul- viaitlng at the C. M. Hlmebaugh
are leaving this week for Kansas day dinner guests were the Antitude of his friends for their com- home.
bined loyalty and varied kindnesses Martha Barkma, a former teachCity on a vacation trip. ,
drew Hoover family of Lansing
shown during his long illneM.
Jerry Blough is attending to the and supper guesta were Lynn Ramer In the L/Owell school, visited
chores
for
Mr.
ad
Mrs.
Albert
Slasey of Lowell and Mr. and Mrs.
pl7
The Courter Family Mrs. W. Burdick Tuesday. Miss
baugh while they are In Indiana. Mike Hoover of Grand Rapids.
Barkma will be remembered by
Mr. and Mra. Ell MUler and Catherine returned Saturday from
many.
family of Bristol, Ind., visited Sat- her vtsdt at Jackson.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Tasher and
urday and Sunday with Charlie Mrs. Bob Ford and Ida Jean
daughter of Sioux City, Iowa and
King and family. They were on a and Mrs. Frank Reugsegger and
THAT
" G m r HAYIS тАв DALE HUK
Mrs. T. C. Rouse of Grand Rapids
vacation t r i p through Northern daughters, Mra Minnie Zytotra and
spent Friday with Mrs Laura
Michigan and Canada.
Mrs. Jake Staal attended a birthAlso
Dawson.
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M i s s Oneta Hostettter was a day (party at the home of Mrs.
FAYE EMERSON
patient at Pennock hospital the Gerald Staal In Lowell, honoring
Frank Houghton and niece, Mrs.
ZACHARY SCOTT
past week.
Norma Jean's birthday.
Luella Labbee enjoyed a trip to
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Thomas of Sunday Mrs. Chas. Peterle gave
Detroit on the Streamliner l a s t
OR
birthday party for Mrs. Jake
Sunday Matinee at 8:00 Penn. land Mr. and Mra. Joe Berky
Thursday and visited Mr. and Mrs. Sunday and Monday, Sept 1, t
of Orand Rapids were supper Staal on the banks of Grand River.
SPECIAL MATINEE FEATURE
Howard Houghton.
guests a t the Paul Hoffman home Potluck dinner was served. Those
Visitors at the home of Mr. and
Tuesday.
present were Mr. and Mrs. Jake
Mra Fred Belmers on Sunday were
Mrs. Grace Hoffman, and Mrs. Staal, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. fH*al and
OR OTHER
Mr. and Mra Edgar Rolf and two
Kenneth Blough were callers at daughters, Mr. and M m Bill Dry*
sons, Mr. and Mr/i. Frederick
the Paul Hoffman h o m j Saturday. er and^ daughter fend husband and
Belmers and Ralph Belmers.
Mrs.^ Lizzie Hoffman attended Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Peterlee and
the Brethren conference on Thurs- son and Ida Jean Ford and Happy
Mr. and. Mra Claude Murray reday.
Dolloway.
turned home Thursday a f t e r
Martin Kunde and family visit- Mr. and Mm Russell Taylor ot
spending two weeks with t h e i r
We are well stocked with
ed last Sunday at Howard City Berlin were Sunday evening guests
! SEE US TODAY !
brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
tubes and parts and will have
and T r u f a n t
of LizslA Hbover and family.
your radio in good repair at
H. F. Collins, in Buffalo, N. T.
Mfea Donna Kunde spent last Mr. and M m Louis Blough and
onoe.
week with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd family were recent guests of his
Leo Denny and family, Mr. and
Bartons in South Boston.
brother, Phillip Blough and family
If It haa a tube, we service it!
Mrs. Raj' Borgerson, George HowMr. and Mrs. John Holcomb vis- fet Chelsea.
ard and family of Alto, and James
ited Sunday afternoon in Nash- Mr. and Mrs. Re* Hulllberger
Howard and family of Wyandotte
ville with their cousin, Arthur and daughter of Lansing and Mr.
spent the week-end at the "Soo."
Webb and family. тАв
and Mrs. Garrle Raimer and famLoweU, Michigan
806 E. Main St.
Lowell
Mr. and Mra. Athol Thompson ily of near Saranac were Sunday
Mr. and Mrs Howard Peckham
and children, who have been visitand Mr. and Mrs. Murl Hostettler afternoon guesta of Leona Hale
ing In Lowell for the past week,
visited Sunday evening at JOhn and family. тАв
returned Tuesday to their home in
Holcomb's.
Mr. and Mm Ernest Plnkney are
Indianapolis, accompanied by Mra
Mr. and Mrs. Clare Gless and' spending a week at Campau Lake.
Mr. and Mra. Emmet Sheehan are
H. A. Peckham, who will remain
Mr. and Mrs. R M. WUcox of
for a two week's visit.
leaving this week on a trip to Lowell and Mr. and Mrs. Reuben
Denver. Colo.
Wilcox and J a n e of Lansing Were
On returning home from NeW
Martin Kunde and family at- Sunday afternoon guesU of Mr.
Uiritx MILCHIOI
York, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Murtended the FeJlowship picnic at and M m MUton Wilcox. Helen
ray learned they were Grandpa
Dutton Sunday.
Klaasen of Grand Rapids is spendand Grandma of a 9-lb 14-095. baby Tuesday, Wednesday and 'HrarsdaZ
Mr. and Mra. J o h n Holcomb ing fe few days at the Wilcox home.
girl, born to Mr. and Mra. Paul
were callers last Sunday at the Jackie Cole is visiting her mothMurray at Alto. Alice was born on
Flora Hopper home in Caledonia er In Grand Rapids and Jr. WilMrs. Alice Murray's birthday, Aug.
and they found Ben Gllck home cox and wife were In Muskegon
21.
i
'
and much Improved; they a j s o Sunday at the mptorcycle hill
called on Mr. and Mrs. James Por- climb.
*
i
rltt in Caledonia.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Raimer
BIRTHS
and daughters of Grand Rapids
I CARD OF THANKS
were Tuesday supper guests of Mr.
SCREEN!
and Mrs. Frank Thompson. MonI
wish
to
extend
my
thanks
to
To Mr. and Mrs. Gus Abel at
day guest was Wm. Woodcock of
my
neighbors
and
friends
for
the
Blodgett hospital, a 7% lb. son,
lovely flowers sent me during the Waahingston state.
Terry Martin, on Sunday, August
sad bereavement in the loss of my Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thompson
25.
'
wcrs Monday aupper guests of Mr.
brother. ;
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Mrs. Ed Walker and Mra. Phlorus Hale and son.
Mr. and Mrs. James Dean and.
To Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Klahn,
Serve milk with all your meals to children and
Wayne Gilmore and Mr. and Mrs.
August 17, at Blodgett hospital, a
f CARD OF THANKS ┬╗
grown-ups. Milk or cream goes especially well
Hillfca Fischer of near Lake Odessa
9 lb. 10 oz. boy. Bond Edward.
We wish to thank our relatives, were Sunday guests of Mr. and
with peaches and other fresh fruit.
kind neighbors and friends for the M m Paul Potter and family and
To Mr. and Mrs. Dale Metts .Aumany cards, letters, lovely gifts Bradley Potter went home With
gust 26, at St. Mary's hospital, a 7%
and flowers that we received' and the Fisohers to spend a week.
lb boy, Timothy Daniel.
all those who called and offered Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wheat on
their congratulations for our gold- were Sunday afternoon guests of
To Mr. and Mra Don WiWted
en wedding anniveraary. And es- Mr. and M m Ed Potter.
N. L GEOfWOOD * W. E. LAMSON
(nee Barbara Sherwood) on August
pecially wis do thank those Who Mr. fend M m Jams* Denton
22 In Greenville, a daughter, Nancy
helped serve.
1
spent Sunday with Mr and M m
Jo. :
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CTT Mr. fend Mrs. George
d a r k Fletcher at Crooked Lake.
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