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1 j'^u'j'-'ym-?"",'^ >y jr /*», ^rr*^ v/ r * u»1. 7'" n MOTTO S M AX THE H«WS HEWS THAT! FT TO PRNT* ffmrmtp Bpatcl) mmmgmfm*? OUR S l.» PER YEAH T fc.7 >! < A \--fr \ 4. -r V*L47, 1 - * MalBjtoO)a«aa*>«Pacbey Bank H Pnckney, LvnfttOB County, Mduftn Wedneday, Apr 11^1932 ^._. "- J! Old Redent Pae! C Baeball n the Ar' _ [Lawmaker Ue Carred CoN ~WWM a wee vva'wvvejp PrttnnY f nl* W-le at ^ P^aent *» **** rulljjg avlllc people wll be unable to a* t*y- Mr. Amela Clark Wlcox De at -v* (thng ahead but dark cloud there Her Hone South of Town Mchgan Leglator Seem Detarmn no reaon but what wth ft lttle},j»w<> Aprl 9. Stat* Bankng Department Took ed to Cut " " Taxe tve and grt thee cloud l ^ PoaaaMon of Local Bank jdn.rn aw&y o th&t th* brfgjajf AM" Amela France (Jlark, daughter of; Thurday Mornng. When the preent eon of the 1 mc of property catt perttttct Hugh and Anne Clark wa born Mar. J j pecal leglatve eon end, no \ through. 8th, 1858 n Putnam townhp, Redent of Pnckney were urpred to ee a notce on the door r of the houe or enate have not one n Mchgan e-n ay that m'emb- Lvngton county pared to her Pnckney ha been fortunate & heavenly homo Aprl Dth, 11)32 at that th ha been her frt A >81vk of the Pnckney State Bank Thurday mornng, tatng that the nt- e.-t. of the taxpayer of the tate for l;t\'ov(! to r\ e the but ntep- the age of 7*J ;*err, 1 month, and falure. Other cte have not been M one day. fortunate but they managed to urvve and come back trongejr than tuon had been doed on advce of f they had t'e-r way there would be Much of her lfe wa pent at her the State Bankng Department n :J.'ll_U2LJ]L.. rehu'tun* n tate ^r^^'^^onotvenepot. - home near Stver Lake whch her ever. Howell'had her YfeM^Utat No oho j :.pe;e that even the everet crtc father purchaed from the government nnty-x year ago. falure, Brghton her B&eteke had the leat nklag that uch a of publc expendture would be j- catatrophe, Dexter her SoutHwck thng wa n the wnd. Of coure t thoroughly atfed. They would go falure, Chelea her* Glazer mah wa general knowledge that the depreon had ht the bank to the ex On May 2nd, 1899 he wa marred to Jaae A. Wlcox and left her way beyond anythng that the Governor ha recommended. n fact, they ore. All of them managed to recover and Stork brdge her Gay bank faltent that for ome tme more money youthful home, but returned to t ave done o wherever poble. The from t and what they have done wa bjeng checked out than wa beng brought n for depot but the 'wth her huband n 1924 where they luldng fund for the enung year Pnckney can alo do. The trouble hared each other'joy and orrow ha been lahed an addtonal twenty-fve per cent on top of the ffteen ty n late year that we hfjje be that WP have had o much _p&ptr» Pnckney bank wa fgured to be n up to te tme of h death on January 14, good fnancal condton. per cent, aked by the governor. come oft and dk> not know hfrm t4 She wa a member of the Baptt Th bank wa etablhed n thj Ma n y of the Jugh-r-up alare wll face adverty whjen t arrrve. Sobbng wll not help matter. The only church of Pnckney end her lfe waj back part of W. Mann' tore over rje n du''d r'""u-h tv/m-e than ffteen made beautful by wllng ervce ffty ycar_ago by the late George W. ChuchJVogra -per cent by tho tme the leglature hnft,\.> jj * Teeple. t^oot-outgtew tht 11 for tho aattor, MVVUUH llvlu n nut ynlt nhwnmpf «nut*ter and Mr. Teeple erected a buld CATHOL1C CHURCH SERVCE^" through \ Tlh on of the bll j now Her lfe' work fnhed and wtl: to the wheel and puh. f a <fapwtor meetng cajled n the nqar fu Sunday Dvne Sevce at 8:30 and j before t. ng for t. Th wa known a the trut n her Savor he went away Pnckney Chapter O. E. S. No :30 A. M. Pnckney Exchange Bank and wa to be wth God, n Whom he put There a general feelng of retrant upon the part of tho lcgla- wllng to Kgn the agrcement to tha ture, everyone o.' them hovu H«Hold Annual Bu net Meet Vg, Cathechm each Saturday mornj ng'at 8:30. operated by hm. a a prvate nttuton untl 1924.* "$hen Mr. Teeple her trut. We hall m her cheerful mle and helpng hand but wt! tor. The vfual of the attorney gen fve year plan. f you don't krxwr and Electon of Offcer. Frday Evenng. Confeon Saturday evenng at on account of poor health old ^art know that the dear Lord Whom he eral' offce to prepare only uch bll about t go to Brgewater dr Salue of h nteret and the Pnckney loved and erved had need of her. All ' r :30. a come from the governor' offce and ee how t work out. At the regular meetng of O. K. S. [ Rev. Lew M. Don State Bank wa fodrfted wth captalzaton of $20,000. Dr. C. L. Sgler] that lvng hand could do for her ha reulted n ome member of the - - * lat Frdav evenng the followng of- t Pator could not keep her wth u, but he houe pr parng ther own bll whch fxer were choen: Some of thoe who wera elected wa elected predent, Thoma Read, left a place wthn our heart that eek to make more ubtantal cut Worthy Matron May Bull BAPTST CHUKCH contable, at the prng electon wll vce predent and G. W. Teeple, cannot be flled. n alar<"""oxpene and mantenance fnr;l than thoe that have been j Worthy Patron... Roy Dllngham lev. B. F. Ec Pator fnd th nteretng readng, ft w Charle Barry and Edward Farnam, She leave to mourn ther lo her Aocate Matron... Blanche Martn Servce each Sunday clpped from Clyde Sbley' Sprngport Sgnal: drector. Thoe were the boom tme daughter and on-n-law, Mr. and recommended. Aocate Patron Albert Dnkel Mornng Worhp 10:.^0 and a thrvng bune wa done. Mr. George Long of Pnckney, bede numerou nephew, nece, ng t 1 '' pat few" day tep~ped nto Another newpaper publher dur Secretary Wnfred Grave Specal and eparate ervce for the A new law, now make t o that At the tme of takng over the Treaurer... :.:.::. Vlla Rchard lttle folk. any peron who ha been elected to a Teeple bank there were about $80,- frend and neghbor. the potlght. Repreentatve Len Conductre Kty D ; nkol Sunday School 11:4.J townhp or vllage offce, and fall 000 n depot. Th -wa ncreaed " Thp funeral wa held from the Fojrhner of Nahvllr. ha ntroduced a bll n to the houe whch re- Aoc. Cond Alta Meyer Cla for all to qualty wthn a certan AumSer n the frt year to $150,000. Mer. home Tueday at 1:30 p. m., Rev. B. Organt Florence Baughn B. Y. V. U 7:00 of day wthout howng ome f-*d Tfoftd,TpSjte ~and: BarrvrzcHed- and F Ec_omcatng. atedjy A._F hnttk^ to nure all depotrj Chaplan :.:: Meda _ * * " p _ n t JEvehhg Worhp ::::::::::: : ROtj ^a^^o^^wt^dong o, can be fned BrownTBural wa ~lrr-the_ajnly- lot were ucceeded by Ro Read and S. Marhall -- Haael rcuke j^uj-g evenng praye en - re ft rn'tend that the man or woman -mu $10. n the pat four eontablm have n tho Pnckney remetery> Adah Evelyn Mower who put money nto a avng account hould have the ame protect E. Swarthout. Then the depreon been elected n thw townhp every began to affect t. purng the pat -r»* Ruth Loretta Dllngham CONGREGATONAL CHURCH year but only one or two of them ever pad any attenton to the fact. The SPECAL COMMUNCATON Ether Hazel Chamber year on account of unemployment E. J. Berqutt, Mnter on, a granted publc fund. A -necal communcaton of Lvngton Lodge No. 7G F. & A. M. r^ecta lah Reaon Martha Eloye Berqnt many were forced to draw out ther M EUy aler, Organf The leglature ha made progre reult ha* been that when ew wanter a paper erved t wa a hard matt avng to lve on. Depot contnued to hrnk and then the Gordon Mr. E. Baufhn, Drectre of Muc wth t hankng leglaton. The bll wll he vld on Tueday evenng, Warder* Laveta Lvermore Percy Swarthout, Supt. of S.S. permttng cloed bank to open under a depotor' agreement provd- Wth the townhp- tfeao^y bare er to fnd anyone qualfed to do t. Am] l!. Every member o*" JChe Sentnel Arthur Bull, Creamery cloed. Th nttuton at Mornng Worhp 10:30 a. m.rt.lftm^rnft. tepr j roque<-ttd t> bo " One tme wa buyng the greater part ntallaton wll he n. charge o_f Junor Church. 10:30 a. m. np- S 1 ', n,.>' rent g^n W,'k tppftrenu at the preent tme, the tow&hp offcer are lable to enforce th law '. a a pr,e,1 e -e-'on w. ll be the Pat Matron on Wedneday ev- "Of the mlk n the county and t! ]u Sundjy School 11 '30 a..n the way to become a law. Th( Lvngton Lodge wll go to cnng< ^pr 20. All Maon and ther Chrtar Endeavor 6:30 p. m M^tWy_payroll to the farmer of held tut' at preent requre that 0f> thf ecton^waa about $l J StocVhrdge on-erday.-evenng, Aprl j w«ver ft)v nvt e3: Tot Tuck ~-^a\ n ml / V "V" ""'."'" ' "l to the etter_o you boy_who have E T O0L-^All wve are uppvf Even mer Warhp.- 1 TaW-^-m-l^^_ (,, nt 0 f the depotor* mgn *p~t*] hot ^Tmlalfed had better att-to conferr thron thrd-d^greer Of th3 money wa handled through follow! n g"~th"e"~ wo rl Chor Rehearal n < lo.*od bank to re-open. A P. W. Curlett, Sec. Wedneday evenng the Pnckney bank. Then the real numb r of bank are now operatng 7:15 etate-.jnprtgagc bond whch the O" TEAMS TO BE _ J.Uor : _:, P" VA We ee the tatv cement plant at ' under agreement of th knd, the SCHOOL NOTES - Senor ~7T4*-P-JVL Cheh+fa ha-made the froft bank carred reerve bend b*- DRAWN THURSDAY page y-hrrtr'-t o"o h<nng n rprhtntt. TJhe_Senor and Junor boy of the 7:30 p. n. afcan.th wa cloed down lat yqar gan-to hrnk uuyjdje. Thj_week the The dfferent, team for the Pnck-praver mootng, Thur^ 7'eDVeentatv' VOT Brown. n hgh chool planted even -efar-tre<*y drecton held everal meetng and ney Soft Ball League wll be drawn Orchetra practe. T^ur 7"7:H0,. BuTtTTTTa qutte a bg pay roll. Rep. umpagn for reducton of an well a the decreae n the o n W e W d w e n t t0 * y L^n^n P and on' the chool ground '" lat "~"; week Thurday nght n a meetng to b Arother fne day of ej-vco wal" 1 '^ Vern Brown of Maon dlg th up am paw thwankn^ cbmmtwonrr.-- -Hej talre the v-^opmnr**w^7t<nt~th«dpatch Offce. Ove, held at the _ Communty Congrega- and wanted, to_know _ha«l««ne Jh?Z TUmbTT~rvf <-f.^te- t-nvployre, fon*r*d a w*h'e cut'down recently, -xty~mtme5 have been handed -w--a4ul--toftal-t4h>rt^h- lat-sunday and many wore keepng a chemt, uperntend? recomhenclect clong the-bant. 4c "reducton lattweck n the number of The bae ball team wa blled to th aure that x team wll go attended the en-ce. At mornng ant and everal foremen there yet. C. L. Sger nformed u that f the employee, on Chelea eo.ment plant opened ther eaon at Howell Tueday. Ther tartng lneup a fol be made at th meetng. At the j church memberhp, nto acton. The chedule wll alo worhp one more w; receved nto John Mner of the Pron beard wa bank bond and ecurte could b» payroll. Th wa cloed over over a year year,..,.. _.,.,.. * old for what they cot the bank al r o ;md Hep. Brown 1... called and ad that they were aborrovered tnatj..,.,,,., low: Dnkel, c, Meabon, p, Ledwdge meetng Thurday nght x manag-! y would be able to pay every depotor l>v tnr,. V(. n j nk the chor of fler wll be choen and they wll ; -tl! mantaned,,,,ler an<l wen: there to handle the; e*- 1 y arty payroll of _,,., _. n.. ^ lb; Roche 2b; Battle,!3b; Baydlo, 100 cent on a dollar and alo $1.84 a(l la, m.. r ted ther drama '('houe,, ««M 1 ut *u-»ment tll tored there. Brown than over :41,000. When he brought th,,... r : Smth, f; Adch, cf; Kennedy drw t>n^;vcy=dofat^^w^rth-^of -tae^ _ = yjj^tjame of the, pjjtyer 11-0^^,.^^^^^1 hou«. lvopjo_wore prea box. Th wa the ytem that wa.^=^.- ^-. ^^_.matter to lght, t wa mmodato1y_.. JL "... ^=^=..^ ^_. " _ ',,,, r * 1 aked why they wero not recerng ff- About all the avalable money wa rft Sop^an^X^ en ted up here Thurday. Many muncpal fund were n the bank. Thee be played Frday ntead of lat followed lat year. n th way the t* from,^, HowT, «,1 u,.,. DexLer, PVr.nr.nu A nn*^fntftf7 of the 1 '"" u n = n *rarr "' =^^" == ====-"-=f»otrt^-wa^«r- board forgot that Maybe-~thfr^^Jl_ they were (.n-gory and Rev. Rh mgan ot th ^ ]{Q publher,,-, ^,, th J t Tueday due to the; now torm. be of more even } y c a r W M $ 2 # team are. apt to be of more even W j y t c, r H n, hur, h Jllo pok, and >f rhl,!wm, A not 1.1> t ^no ncluded about $4,100 n taxe collected by Max Ledwdge, townhp The hgh chool wa repreented n trength than f th«-y were ponored th, Rev. C. K. Dletrck of How.dl^. > (>n hj< d(. n^n< for a comthe tate oratorcal c.ontet at Yplant. treaurer. He pad county treaurer 1:w1 ly ome church, lodge or bune* j wth h f a, u y a ng. There wa^al-ol f>, l(. r. v j,. w 0 f 111 temzed " Frday by Marjore Men-ll oganzaton. j ;\-er ffty preent for the C. K. WOULD SUSPEND leport of tll'.-tote pet-mmnrl n^j fj-\]. and n the decantate*y contwt by Burden by check on March 30 but me-ttng. "" REGSTRATON ACT tt had not yet been cahed here. $4,- Wlla Meyer. Ann Arbor and Ch«^l<a A T T E N D A N NUAL BANQUET 1 are. ' Next Sunday mornng the Rev. ('. j Adopton of a reoluton to w«* ontru- won the prze. J Jam(, hr{yf j ^ pr,, S[(k, nt of th(, 1 Coupled wth the alary queton ^00 chool money, $6,000 townhp H. Harger of Lanng wll preach. ; pend acton temporarly on the permanent regtraton law paed by '.:; come the problem of tate owned j The Senor play wll be put on a money,- $3,200 vllage fund, $10,- Pn, kru>v S t a m Collector Aoca- Rev. K. J. Bfrqut wll preach, ;::!omob'le. Member of 'he leglator' before the preent wc. ov- uual th year ometme n May and ton and Bert Daller, attended the. 1 the tate leglature n lftslr'wv 000 county fund, $5,000 Hamburg Wedneday evenng for the Baptt. preparaton gong forward on t twp. fund, bede church, lodge, frt annual banquet of the tamp, y,_.v r; (,^ ;. Urek taken by the Dearborn cty eottneft., M;,!,;.» u.aa..f ' church at Stockbndge tn W(-K r wll know jut how many tar the aftd cla fund and other organzatonored nger from Yplan', to n what the tate payng to keep now. club of outhorn Mchgan nea at f. at a commttee meetng lat week-, The Mucal dem Choru of col '.'rou department are u.-ng an 1 a the Mchgan Unon buldng n Ann The reoluton, whch wa$ forwarded KNGS DAUGHTERS MEET Arbor Saturday nght. Dnner wa by Governor Wlbur M. Brucker, alo advocated repeal of the meaure. At a meetng of the chool board number wll gve a nght' program j thr<> (. am n op(. raton About thrty member and frend and teacher Thurday nght, the erved at f (> :au :30 p. m. Dr. u, nuwm Howard of the Kng Daughter were delghtfully entertaned at the home of Mr. gave a tamp talk. Th wa follow- < Frday evenng Aprl the 22, b«- provdng'the "greatet amount of df- Lew of the Unverty of Mchgan J n the Communty Hall of Pnckney j Mot mportant of all, and the bll Adopton ¾f the new law by Dearborn would ental an expendture of teacher agreed to teach the ret of the term whwbut pay or untl t wa Fdward Parker Thurday afternoon. ed by other hort peeche and many nnng at 8:00 o'clock. Th choru 1 ^ ^.^ ^ ^ ^ whch eek approxmately $3,600, t wa eatmhtrd, and the councl ft«l that 8 avalable*. Thej vllage ha no preng need or money except the Followng the bune and devotonl mnntnf Mrn Rny fmolbft_favor- hht^.d At t/>n o'clock a number of 1 that wll be worth whle and no one, v. ujou ( ount.h. dfferent tamp collecton were fw X - wll furnh a nght entertannv nt ^ ^'.^ the weght tax among the hardhp would be worked <m the ^r»gj lghtng Htt-and arrangement wll be made wth the Detrot Ldon ed wth two readng and the pro- Unted State and Brth Colonal* hould. _ m, th,. urogram, whrh-whfr...,.. 1 Wfe *!< '. th "mtf bll ha TTeer Malle taxpayer. t argue that the money cont of readng, olo, quartette,-,.,....,,,.... Co. regardng that. gram commttee drected a couple of' tamp were put up at aucton and,,. '. ' back by dv. Lrucker and alterod n neceary for the adopton of the There are two method of gettng gueng contet. Mr. L. K. Wlon old. The hghet prce tamp old am choru ngng. 1 an effort._. to. have, t.. gve. more general, new ytem out of lne wth ecojnc condton. -. * «*» 1.-.atfacton. an effort to h; How to frame th<- bll the bank reopened. One the receverhp. Th a cotly, etefuj the honor. C. Rochefort of Jackon had one n makng a tafd agant the and Mr.'Ruell Lvermore wnnng for $-^)0. 1 he entertanment undrr Ln< ; o that t wll gve the mot relef aupce of the Lade Ad Socety j method. A recever' ^ " J. The uual pot luck luncheon wa the queton none are agreed upon. of the larget tamp collecton adopton of the new law, tha ety of the Congregatonal church and j Untl ome ort of an agreement per day. H atant «ct» $15. Wth erved. there. He pecalze n Wahngton councl followng the acton tak«the prce of the tcket only 2oc a recever all ecurte wll be old The next meetng wll be held at cr-t be reached upon many of theae tamp from 1 «47 to He ha by a number of other eommonltejf for jut what they wll brng. Mortgage wll be alo old under the Mr. Delane Wlon and Mr. Ezra pnckney n a few week and gve a the home of Mr Lou Wegner wth. pr0m.ed to hrng h collecton to to adult and 10c for chldren. Re-1 ' onjletng meaure, there eem to throughout the tate. t, thought member the date, FryJay 'nght-, A;,! be lttle propect of mmedate adjournment. 22. that ome acton on the matter wll hammer and ut brought agant all Brgham n charge of the program free exhbton of ame n the town Mother'/ day en-ce wll b< ob be taken at the pecal eon of tha thoe agant whom the bank hold commttee. hkll. For further detal ee Jame encd on Sun.<Ly mornng, May K n leglature whch wa* convened* note. Eventually 5 after a year or o Shtrry, -predent and Ralph Clnton, -RE-ENTER S NEWSPAPER-FJELDJ tn-...conununty Cong'l. church when Tueday Wayrfc Dpatch, the depotor wll be pad ^ut of ANN ARBOR WLL HAVE TEAM Sec.-Trea., of the Pnckney Stamp A. Rley Crttenden, county coroner, who wa recently defeated for re a fne program wll be preented and what left after the recever' wage for a year or o are taken >ut of the Mchgan-Ontaro league whch * Ann Arbor wll enter a team n Collector' Aocaton. commttee* are at work n arrang- electon a cty clerk at Howell ha BLND PG RADED SATVEDAV the depot. Th the old method. HGHT S RECOMMENDED decded to re-enter the newpaper Deputy Sherff Pat Murnjnfhanv ng the program. opem t eaon n May. Fred/^Vadham the manager and he ha gn of the Lvngton Tdng whch wa raded the etablhment of Wftam The newvplan whch eem to be FOR HOWELL POST OFFCE ft>1d. He wll reume the publhng Howard Gentry and rvn Kennedy M F/lly eler and Mr. Karl workng dtat very well what Brd. Hght, atant caher of Baughn wll look after -the muc. known a Seflve Year Plan. n th ed a bunch of Ann Arbor,player. Savng Bank of coraton; Mr. Ro Read, charman L tho Frt State Mr. Maron Reaon, charman of ( b:mom.,] o m o ynar ago. He an Patteron at Slver Lake, ofth of rfw. ft mm,.nhr.d fnr of uher. The compete program wll n nr w fhnt ;1 w 1 ho n fonr pag0 Hamburg Salruday P. af A jalgn 1t^_ pcr con t >f t>? depotor mut ncluded n the lt are Percy Rayon, Edde Walh, Fredde Webber, appontment to the offce of pot- Howell ha ht,;t;n gn an agteeeraent to leave ther be publhed later. fhn-e column weekly. Mr. Crtten<len quantty of beer and whker W M a hn^-jnd hf, year experence n the ezed and Patteretn WM tlfh money n fve year or at cat a Pat Wa1«h, BobbW -F^tz^^We^^m 1^^ 1*^^ hy Congru'wmaT) - NOflCF part of t. Each tockholder ha to; McClcery, Ro"bach, Hll and oth Seymour Peron. Mr. Hght wa one newpaper feld. He alo -an ordaned Methodt mnter and a volatng the prohbton law; A m * Howell jal and held on a charg* of Next Monday evenng, Aprl 1«, a put n $1 for every dollar worth of j er- All of thee have play on the of the thrw peron who qualfed n meetng of Cemetery Aocaton hold. Then a dvdend de- p nc kncy damond at dfferent tme the rerent examnaton held. The member of the bar, havng been admtted n 1SS1. reported ta have hatly left for oth ber of patron who were thero ftro called at fc p. m. at M Blanche 1 the depotor arc per- am} Kayment, Clement, Judon and other two beng Harry Wllam*' and Martn.for the purpoe of electng _ v draw out 15 per cent of Walh have alo played wth Pnckv^lpot. They can alo tart ney. We wonder why they overlook- ent n lodge and ocal crcle beng a,,...--^,. Garland Ellott. Mr, Hght promn V4" er part on the arrval of thetofleajea* offcer and any other bune that A nght lodgng n the COajfrj b«atle 4evdently dd not -atj^et <. cj^ckng account. The econd» e d old Bll Schneder. t mut be that %a»lauad on lot p«f*. he ha retred pat mater of- Howell Lodge Mo. 38 X convvbefore the meetng^ an(l Mr w m D a m > w Wvro n Howell,- & A. M. V ' H " Swarthout ' Prc ' Monday, ' V > 1 -t ^> ' '*A

2 WEEK OF APRL 10 Barometrc preure ) expected to be low over the greater part of Mchgan at the very begnnng of the week of Aprl'10th. At the ame tme temperature wll be rng to readng omewhat above the eaonal> normal o that ''the maxmun readng wll range around 55 degreed to 60 degree or perhap a lttle hgher n central wetern Mchgan. A a reult of thee weather combnaton we look for hower of ran and brk to freh wnd for the frt few day of the week. Followng the mddle day of th week the weather wll clear off and there wll be two' or three day of much cooler weather; n mot counte. * " By the end of the week unhny day wll warm the urroundng ar agan to readng above the normal. The latter part of.tfe week hould be a good tme for the eaonal pray n the Mchgan orchard, Dettructvw March Tornadoe ew have been aked the caue of the evere torm that klled o many people n the outh and eat lat \fn»ph rmng at thn tme tho un croed the equator gong north many were of the opnon th evere torm wa the reult. t of pecular nteret, however, when lookng for o-called orgn of torm, to note th detructve ran, leet, now, hal, thunder, lghtnng and tornado torm center wa at t wort jut a few hour before an eclpe of the moon. Ancent have long beleved eclpe of un and moon caued many dre reult and when occurrng at th partcular tme of year wa uppoed "to provoke furou torm.' ' : -o Nle Plant Expanded Manufacturng equpm nt of the Zour Company, Chcago Heght^Jl,, ~ maker bt metal tore front!7~ wn ^o^^anepdoor, " frenftg moved to-f Nle a a reult of th" afflaton of the concern wth the Kawne; r Company of Nle, mor" than a year ago. Although the Zour equpment wll be ntalled at the Nle plant of the Kawneer company, each company wll retan t dentty..-.. MADXAUGHTER [^AJT-RLUNC MYSTERY STORY bymlesburton ^ ^, Dck happened to be n h room when Sr Edrc' telephone meage : came through. "Ye, 'll come along at once," he repled. "Anythng freah? You'll tell me when you ee me? Good!" He took a tax to Scotland Yard and wa mmedately hown nto Sr Edrc' room. "Look here, Dck, there' been another burglary, and we thnk t' got omethng to do wth Ctzen of Alma Pledge for Mchgan Ctzen of Alma are gnng a Mchgan Conumer' pledge, n tbe nteneat of makng a home market for Mchgan product. A pledge card ha been ued! and beng crculated, whch readl a follow: t "We, the undergned, hereby our old frend. Pollard want to ak llflf"fr"^ 'l' l't'u'yalljlul TTTwmlTOr^TM.fyn gflwyrbbehbbb flffflfflfltnffd'mbamarabbp. * * & pledge not to buy any produce grown you ome queton. Of coure, outde the tate of Mchgan, when At th Pollard took h leave, after on jut before he tarted, ayng he, A.and B were photograph of the ^yen the } tql^ ^ ^f^ lj Mchgan grown or produced artclea aurng Mr. bboton that no pan wa h olctor' clerk, and gave a prnt* of the frt two fnger and W t Ppl?T e T^ 1 1 "*'. ^ 1 ^7*1 are obtanable. would be pared to trace the rube.! meage about ome property that Mr. \ thumb of a rght hand, C wa n two n ara^y,tnat you tred your nano at "Permon a hereby gven to ue He than called a tax and went off bboton buyng. Now, that how \ part, one the frt two fnger and amateur detecton. my name, n petton to all local dealer, to buy only Mchgan grown»or wth the tn box contanng the door- j that the thef mut have known a goodj thumb, the other the ret of a rght "And now he want me to place my handle under h arm. The cae wa deal about h affar. At all event, hand. * " nformaton at h dpoal," repled produced artcle for dtrbutkm." clear enough. Mr. bboton' key had he knew the name of the olctor' ( and The Atant Commoner placed Dck ruefully. "Al rght, 'm game." The promoter of th dea beleve been taken from h pocket at thej the fact that Mr. bboton wa buyng the three photograph on the dek be- Pollard wa ummoned. He confore hm, and examned them f v r ev- tented hmelf wth noddng rather ndutry but many other Mchgan th wll not only help the beet ugar Eroo and retaned long enough for anj property." mpreon n wax to be made of "'m afrad that leave you a pretty eral mnute n lence. "'m not an> tffly toward Dck, and then, havng producton. them. From th mpreon, duplcate key had been made. The thef "bboton, a told you, a retred look to roe very much a though thee! Chef, he began h nterrogaton, Lady Camper: "Th economcal wde feld to cover," ad Sr Edrc. expert," he remarked at lat. ''But t ecured a permve nod from h o. had telephoned n th^ name of the olctor' clerk and had left a meage OX txtxo'utxlovc - -have - good-»me hand.»* Penhamptm, f. yu. -are -jaet_uanted b^^'j. money-lender, and expect that lot three prnt had all been made by the! "Would you mnd tellng me, Mr, lamp bought from you doen't whch would enure that the front caue to know the name of h eoc "They tell me n the fnger-prnt' & a Mr. bboton, who.lve at 321 Vllage Shopkeeper: "Well, could door.-hould not be bolted, n cae of tor. A to the purchae of the prop- department that there can be no doubt Park -Lane?" he aked. anythng be more economcal?" Mr. bboton' return. Then, armed erty, well, bboton, by all account, of t, r," repled Pollard. "Now, aj "bboton?" repled Dck. "The wth the duplcate key, he had very fond of boatng to h many t happen, ecured them all myelf, man who bought the Maharajah' U. W. No walked nto the houe, under the contable' very eye and opened the ue he make of them. expect plenty they belong to," Ye, know hm farly well. can't acquantance of h mean and the And a 'll explan, r, know whom rjube at Chrte' the other day? afe. The queton wa, who wa the! of people knew about th property.' "Can you lay your hand on hm?" ay that he' actually a frend of mne, thef? "Well, that' a may be, r," admtted Pollard, rather reluctantly. " thnk o, r," repled Pollard, j een hm often enough at the Ero. nqured Sr Edrc eagerly. \ but 've danced at h houe, and 've A Naggtvg Pollard lay back n the corner of the tax. "'ve got hm th tme!" "Now, a t happen, the telephone "But there are one or two thng 'd; Bt of a bounder, n my opnon. Allke to explan frt. A told you, way talkng about h money, and B&cK&che he muttered, n a tone of ntene atfacton. bboton uncertan a to whether or r, have been watchng the Margate what he mean to do wth t. The lat meage wa o worded that t left Mr. Jetty at Wappng. arranged wth tme aw hm, he wa full of hav- he landlord, that all thp gjaff "«ef JPg Jwwghf 0»? fl»y y^m."'"h-r n ;- " there o an evenng were to be put the Mancheter Square drecton." ade. had a man go round n the Pollard glanced at Sr Edrc, who mornng before they were wahed, wa ltenng ntently. "You ay you and dut them over. 've got qute a have een hm at the Ero club, Mr. decent collecton of prnt, that way. Penhampton," he contnued. "Are Mot of them were the ame, nght you a member?" after nght. They'd be the regular «.ye, have been nce t wa cutomer. But n ome cae, only tarted," repled Mck. "t' not a bad got one prnt, whch mean that the place. You meet ome queer folk owner of t only vt the place occa- there, a you do n all thee nght onally. Now, r, the photograph club, but t' not a bad place on the marked A belong to one of thee whole. You haven't been radng t, occaonal vtor." have you, npector?" Pollard took no notce of the que- CHAPTER XXX ton. "Were you there on the eve- "From thee photograph you nfer nng of September 2-lth lat?" he that the man who took the rube wa aked. an occaonal frequenter of the Mar- Dck amled. "Really, npector, gate Jetty," remarked Sr Edrc. can't ay <m%and,"l np5pled. ~"Pm"" "Even can ee that L _a_ photo- not onejotf thoe people who could tell graph of the mpreon on the door you what 'they"" were dong every day handle. That look rather gnfcant, of the year. 1 don't even keep a ddary, doen't t? The Hardway cae led whch, perhap, jut a well. All Brook to the Margate Jetty and we can ay that - cajne back from beleve that the Funny Toff had a hootng groue n Yorkhre about hand n that bune. Th eem to the mddle of the month, and dd not trengthen my upcon that the go out of town agan tll October 1t. Funny Toff reponble for the d- know went to the Ero two or three appearance of the Maharajah' rube tme about then." Dnfter Store a well. What do you know of the «j) 0 yo U renumber eeng Mr. lb- naftwho wa reponble for Lle u- boton there abdut that tme?" prnt marked A?" Dck hrugged h houlder. "One CoM Stor«g«"Not very much, r," repled Pol- ee o many people," he repled. ".near the end of thp forteth ttat<h"^they-we.re watte Lre nght aflet~can't ay that "pakcuarty notced" day of the tormy and tumultou voyage of the ark. A crag on an obcured Tthe-dTuvery of n pec lor BTo^fe^^-rbbofoon, Wat a ht,- -thoughrbody, before had got my ytem of remember one nght eeng bboton mounta.n_4je3k_to_v_e._a hole n...the. checkng the vtor to the Margate dancng wth that mave wfe of h, w bow. cy w.ater poured nto the hole. Jetty properly erganzed. However, -and-thnkng what a lamerrtabte~~pecthe -landlord told me that only _one- tacje ^w^ Qh, ye, and there wa * * 'Th the handle of the pantry door." Noah-ent h pet dog down to.top the leak. Th* dog ued h noe. CHAPTER XXX man he ddn't' know by ght came n ome fu about h havng lot ome not he would have to return to London lat nght. f a further meage _^~The That why the noe of a dog altwayu cold., - -land Va*dwa*-4e take _j th e tn c 0 n ta n- Pollard' frt act on reachng Scotthat evenng. He looked lke a gentle- key or omethng. But can't tell man, but he mut have been pretty you what date t wa." wa.ent down to hm n Surrey,,ha cldjj oon becamettred, o Mr. ng th broke, for he ddn-t- pay for h own Pollard glanced- at Sr Edrc, -whodoor-knob to "the fnger prnt ^wa to come back. f not, he could,* Noah went down and put her foot n department, and to gve the offcal n tay where he wa. Th wa evdently drnk. wa ltenng wth a. pufezled frown the hole. That why women alway charge there certan ntructon. He to prevent the butler boltng the front "Now, r, there' a lot we don't upon h face. He wa mmenely have cold feet. then requeted an 1 ntervew wth the door." know about that Hardway bune, pleaed wth the reult of h cate- Mr. Noah alo became tred, and j Atant Commoner, whch wa " ee," remarked Sr'Edrc. "The f Herrdge wa tellng the truth when chm, whch confrmed h upcon a the cold water contnued to pour readly granted. thef had merely to walk nto the aw hm, a beleve he wa, ( look n every detal. By Dck' own conat t th way. He had told h pal feon, he knew Mr. bboton, had nto the hole, Noah hmelf went "Well, Pollard, what do you mak. houe after the ervant had gone to j^ ^^-r = WmchylrcTrdd^^ of the Ma_haraah'. bed." tha he_j^a.gqng_f^_th _jajond been_n_h houe, where no doubt he 13 the reaon.why men alway tand Rube?" wa Sr - Edrc' greetng. "Exactly, r. Now, a t happen, that nght and t had got to the Funny had made^h1rsge^4amlar wth the. wth ther back to the fre. "'d lke to dcu t wth you, r, f the contable on beat aw the man Toff' ear. But uppoe he wan't tuaton of the afe. He had been at may," repled Pollard gravely, " enter the houe. Naturally, he took tellng all the truth, uppoe that he the Ero on the nght when Mr. bbotwa workng for the Funny Toff, who on lot h key, nce he had ad- Poor Grandpap thnk 've got a lne upon t already." no partcular notce, and he ddn't A lttle boy wa; runnng madly "Good man!" exclamed Sr Erdc. eo the man' face. He drove up n a put hm up to the job? The Funny mtted knowledge * of that ncdent. along thk> treet. A kndly old lady "Fre away. What have you dcovered"" -wth_a latch-key. He wa r we've had, and a th bune of the the property. car, whch dd not wat, and.-let hm- Toff, a we know from other cae Fnally, he knew of the purchae of -ftepprdon't and *ku-'!my_d* boy, wrfere*_are you gong o fat?" "'ll gve you the detal later,' r.' evenng dre, and mut have been a ruble prove, ha frend n all ort Pollard tood for a moment, apparof poh crcle. He would know all ent]y conj t e rng Dck' reple. And The lttle boy anwered: "'m runnng for a doctor; my grandpa' 1 who mut have been acquanted wth to the. baement, unlocked the butler' about the arrangement n Lord Hard- then ud <en yj ^ though to catch hm The theft wa organzed by ome one pretty cool hand. He jut went down ck." :, Mr. bboton and h houe n Park pantry, opened the afe wth.a key, Hardway' houe, a he knew all about unaware> he hot'out h vtal que-,-..; ' ' "Now," repled the old lady, "you Lant-. t ha evdently been n preparaton for ome tme. The frt move to do then wa to open thvtloor agan a heard about th gentleman at how you pent veterday evenng?" he and took out,the rube. All :he~h Jfe-Baxtfon,. -t-truck- me, a.oon ^ ^ -"Would you mnd -tehmg-mb- run rgh* back to grandpa and :^11 hm he only thnk he'a ck." wa tr made lat September, ^when Mr. and walk out. But t wa o eay the Margate Jetty, that he wa the aked. A couple of day latt-r, the kndlyold lady aw th lttle boy n x pocket at the Ero nght club, and m»;ake, an;l that' where wo caught " thnk follow your reaonng," preent to menton h journey to the bboton' key were taken from h.* that he got carele. He made one man we were lookng for." Dck hetated. He had no wh at treet, agan. "My denr ul»*._j1^> wax mpreon made of the key of hm out, r. ad Sr Edrc. "Dd you manage to Mendp. He glanced at Sr Edrc, he ad, "- your grandpa *«!! rght the.-afe and the front door." Th ound nteretng," oberved! trace th man?" and the curou expreon of h now? Sr Edrc mled. " houldn't be Sr Edrc. "You don't eem to have Pollard avoded the queton. "Snce frend' face uddenly warned hm "Ye," repled th ntl. bny. "H'N.-urpred at anythng happenng at wated your tm^, Pollard. What wa J we 1 really know nothng about the that thee queton were of vtal mall rght now. He thnk ))* '> dead, j x>me of thee place," he- remarked. th mtake he made?" Funny Toff, r, couldn't puh my portance to hmelf. Wthout undertheory very much further, r," he re- j tandng what had happened, he knew and Wjf: are.gong to bury hm n^xt! "You've no clue to who took the key?? "He left a perfect mprnt of h Sunday.-*-* r -Ofn of the watem, 1 uppoe-?" fnger on the handle of-the pantry plted. "Then-came the death nf Her- that he-wa, n effecl y undergong exr. Pollard hook h head. "One of the door, r," repled Pollard mprevely body wa left wth the damond on t.' Edrc would not have ubmtted hm rdge. Now, t' eay to ee why hj amnaton. t wa certan that Sr Scot Agan member, fancy, r," he repled. "Wee', Jock, hear v\> _. 6t "You get all ort of queer people at "Can Che fnger-prnt people dentfy; t' the ame a the endng of Brook' to t wthout good caue. red." thee poh place. Why, pent three t?" aked Sr Edrc quckly. body here a warnng of what come (To be contnued.) "Aye, "Donald." or four nght, at the Ero myelf, "t' jut th matter of dentfcaton of nterferng wth the Funny Toff. want to talk to you about, r," But why wa he klled? Brook wa "An', what knd o' body ver when wa lookng nto that Crampton affar, and jolly glad wa when repled Pollard, "Wll you excue me klled, reckon, becaue he wa on wfe? Can he ew?" "N9." t wa over. Well, What' one man' a mnute whle ee f the fnger-prnt the Funny Toff' tral. But Herrdge "Mak' parrttohr * meat another man' poon, uppoe, people have got the photograph had done nothng, o far a know, "Nc" r. But t' a queer thng that r?ady?" except tell me the yarn about the two "*What! No mak' parrtch? What j th hould have happened n Septem Pollard left the room, to reappear men who held hm up. And there were can'ft do?" ber, long before Mr. bboton bought hortly wth an envelope and the doorknob precou few people who knew that "Wert, Donald, he' a grand the rube." whch he had removed from the he'd told me, r." Bnge?.'"' " don't thnk that need worry you, houe n Park Lafe. "Th the handle Sr Edrc exhbted vble gn of <f Och, mon, but ye're a daft creetur*. Pollard," remarked Sr Edrc. " m of the pantry door, r," he ad, mpatence. "Ye, ye, but don't < Wou.ldna a canary ha'e been agne the dea then wa merely to e holdng t out for the chef' npec ee that th brng u any nearer to cheaper?' 1 cure a mean of acce to Mr. bbotr ton. "You ee what a beautful mpreon the dentty of the man whoe ftnger on' afe. t. You ee, he pretty we.lj t couldn't be better. prnt thee are, the man who entered How Com*? -known-a a buyer of valuable. He Your can ee practcally 1hg -whole Mr. bboton' houe lat nght," he Lttle Grl: "'m not gong to play deal n thee thng a a ert of hand, f you turn t round, r." nterrupted. "t eem to me that wtfr Johnne any more." hobby. have no doubt that when he "Excellent!" exclamed Sr Edrc. we are watng valuable tme. Do 'Mother: "Why, what' the matter? bought the rube, he had ome cupl&yng " thought that even the crudet amateur you, or do you not, know who he?" had learned to ue glove by tff % thought you and^johnne were good tomer n mmd who would take them t had come to t at lat, pollard frewd." off h hand at a proft. Th habt tme. t look rather a f one of realzed. There wa^tr) further polbboteon'a frend ted~beev4ryng ht 1 blty of rreummuton -He hex! lttle Grl: "We were, but we were trf-b beng known, t WHB pretty own- a game and he kcked me n tan that ooner or later the afe 'prentce hand. Unle, of coure, he put off the dramatc moment a long the tomach when had my back would contan omethng worth gong took the rube hmelf. We've heard a he dared, feelng, n pte of the turned toward hlm.^ for." of uch thng before." overwhelmng proof whch he held, "Ah, that explan t, r," repled Pollard hook he head. " thought that h chef would conder h theory» «-\ A Hold-Out Pollard, n a tone, of mtvfacton. of that myelf, r," he repled. too outrageou to be condered "But "To rtat do you attrbute your "Now, yeterday afternoon Mr. bboton had arranged to go down for a knew that couldn't be the cae. 'll me mut put t to the tet. a oon a aw thee fnger-prnt erouly. But now Pollard knew that great ag»?" aked the cty vtor of Grandpa Even Hokan. couple of nghte to h on' place n ak you to look at thee, f you dont "'m not n appoton yet to anwer **1 can't a«y yt,". anwered Grandpa uaytjoualy. "They' everal o' th?m of th, o far a can ee, andde- He pcked up the envelope, and pled. "f you would conent, r, Surrey. The thef muet have known ntnd. that queton porbvely, r," he re tetftfenonal feller a-<hckern' wthjeded to go for the rube n h abence. 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3 *WF t> MORTGAGE SALE DEFAULT havng been made n the condton of a certan mortgage toade by Jame R..Walh, a ngle man, mortgagor, to George J. Payne, mortgagee, dated and recorded October 16, 1925,' n the offce of the Regter of Deed for Lvngton County Mchgan, n Lber 10«of Mortgage at page 348 and 349, on whch mortgage there clamed to be due and unpad at the date of th notce for prncpal, nteret, taxe and nurance the um of $ , and ap attorney' fee of $25, a provded for n ad mortgage, and no ut or proceedng at law havng been nttuted to recover the money ecured by ad mortgage, or any part thereof; NOTCE S HEREBY gven, that by vrtue of the power of ale contaned n ad mortgage, and the tatute n uch cae made and provded, eft ^tujday^the^jlth. d_ay_oj June^ 1982, at ten o'clock n the forenoon of ad day 'the undergned wll, at the wet front door of the court houe n the cty of Howell, Mchgan (that beng the place where the Crcut Court for the County of Lvngton held) ell at publc aucton to the hghet bdder, the preme decrbed n ad mortgage, or o much thereof, a may be neceary to pay the amount o aa aforead due on ad mortgage, wth x per rent ntent <mh ol ^gol nnr* n»-», gether wth ad attorney' fee, tawt: Land n the Townhp of Dcerfeld. Lvngrton County, Mchgan, decrb ed a: Eae 100 acre of Southwet 4 quarter of Secton 26, Town 4 North of Range 5 Eat, Mchgan. Dated March 10/1332 J Sheld* & Smth Attorney for Mortgagee Howell, Mchgan George J. Payne Mortgngee.TATE OF MCHGAN n The Crcut Court For the County of Lvngton n Chancery. Helen Phelp, Plantff, VS7 " L ~" Walter Phelp, Defendant Sut pendng n the Crcut Court for Lvngton County,-n Chancery, on the 14th day of March A. D at the Cty of Howell, n ad County of Lvngton. t atfactorly appearng to the Court by affdavt on fle that a chancgry-urrrmob "ummutb ha na been dul> auy?ued out of and-under the eal of ad Court for the appearance of ad defendant theren, ancmfat the""ahe of Mortgage on page upon] wheh mortgage default ha been! made n payment of taxe and nteret and the whole amount ha become and hereby declared due and payable and there clamed to be due and unpad on th date for prncpal, nteret and taxe the um of $4,38(5.88, and a $35 attorney fee provded n ad mortgage; and no ut or proceedng at law havng been nttuted to recover ad um or any part thereof; Now therefore by vrtue of the power of ale contaned n ad mortgage and peruant to tatute notce hereby gven that ad mortgage wll be forecloed by a ale of the preme theren decrbed at publc aucton to the hghet bdder at the The Pnckney Dpatch Wedne»day, Aprl 6, 1932 NEGHBORNG NEWS The Maon chool board voted to drop three teacher. Thee three are the athletc coach, muc teacher and commerc : al bune teacher. The«. ubject wll not be dropped but dtrbuted round among the other teacher. Tetc.c;* alare have been reduced $7,!)2 > and country tuton cut from > 100 to $(>0 for the hgh chool and $30 for the grade.; n all the chool cot wll be cut bater than 20 per cent, Plan for reorganzaton and reopenng of the cloed Mlord State Bank were ubmtted to a depotor Wllam Kuhn Jenne Kuhn Mortgagee Sheld & Smth Attorney foralortgagee Howell, Mchgan The ewer bond ue wa defeated n Ann Arbor by a vote of 2,070 for and 2,02 ) agant. Sxty per cent wa neceary to carry t. Stockbrdgo bune men held a meetng lat week to dcu holdng free movng pcture how th ummer on the vllage quare. MORTGAGE SALE Mr, Franc Chapel, 83, ded at Default havng been made n the the home of her daughter, M? condton of a mortgage made by Day Chapel n Stockbrdgc Aprl 4. Gertrude Lew Backu to Fred Kuhn On Ap^rl 18, the Stockbrdge Odd dated and recorded March 26, 1928 Fellow Lodge wll entertan the Odd n the offce of the Regter of Deed Fellow of ngham county at a bg of Lvngton- County, Mchgan, n rally. Lber 128 of Mortgage on page Brghton tryng to organze a 0*00-1; whch mortgage - wa duly a band. gned by Arthur E. Cole, Executor Scott Walker ha old h Brghagency to Marlyn of the etate of-fred Kuhn, deceaed, j ton Chevrolet tr Wllam Kuhn and Jenne Kuhn, j Rchmond. huband and wfe, by agnment dat-1 Sxteen war veteran met at South ed February 5, 1929, and recorded n ad Regter' offce February G, 1929 n Lber 122 of Mortgage on page~3lo; Upon whch mortgage default ha been made n payment of taxe.and nteret and the whole amount ha become and hereby declared due and payable and there clamed to be due and unpad on th date for prncpal and nteret the um of $3- TT.o.l and $35 attorney fee tpulated for n ad nrortgage; and ho ut or proceedng at law havng; been nttuted to recover aj_d um or any part Xhereol; ~~ xoulcttrot-be^eredona defendant.xjav-thor^forf by- vnue~~ot~ehe" becaue that after dlgent earch an< power of ale contaned n ad mortnqury t could not be acertaned n gage and puruantjla_tatute notce hereby gven that ad mortgage wll -be Jojvcoed by a gak_of-the premg. e theren decrbed at publc aucton to the hghet bdder- at the front "what~fate' or county the ad defend- -ant rede, or the whorcabetrb-~of ad defendant learned and that ad chancery ummon ha been returned by the herff of ad county wth h certfcate thereon ndored and that" after dlgent earch and nqury he wa unable to fnd the ad defendant wthn the State of Mchgan, on or before the return day of ad ummon, on moton door^of the court houe n the cty of How^f n ad county of Lvngton June 17, next, at ten o'clock a. m.; whch preme are decrbed n ad mortgage a follow: Eat half of Southeat quarter; North of Jay P. Sweeney, went quarter of Southeat quarter?" &^BB afclnpr_th.ejl t quarter South,.of Creek. attorrxy. ED, that the ad defendant, Walter Phelp, caue h appearance to been tore d n th caue wthn three month after the date of th order, and n cae of h appearance that he caue h anwer to plantff' bll of complant to be fled, and a.copy thereof erved upon plantff' attorney, wthn twenty day after ervce on hm of a copy of ad bll and "notce of th- order, and that n default thereof ad bll be taken a» confeed by ad defendant. And on lke moton, T S FURTHER ORDERED that wth n twenty day after the date hereof, the plantff caue a notce of th order to be publhed n the Pnckney Dpatch, a newpaper prnted, publhed and crculatng n ad County of Lvngton, and that *uch publcaton be contnued at lea<t once n each week for x.ucceve week, or that he caue a copy of th order to be peronally erved upon ad defendant at leat twenty day before the tme above precrbed for d appearance And on lke moton, T S FUR THER ORDERED that the ad plan tff caue a copy of th order to be maled to ad defendant at h lat known potoffce amreakjut-egtered»naf. and a return recept demanded, pt leat twenty day before the date heren precrbed for h appearance. J» B. Munell, Jxv * Crcut Court Commoner, Lvngton County, Mchgan Jay P. Sweeney Attorney fortlalntff^. Burrc.5 Ad drew:_> llowen,w&swu* " ""* 1 ' a MORTGAGE SALE Default havnjf Tjeen.) made n the condton f a mortgage made by Gertrude Lew Backu to Wllam Kuhn and JeJnc Kuhn datcdv^nd morded n tho offce pf the Regter ef Deed of Ljft^Hkpounty Mch- Secton 7, all beng n townhp 4 north, range 4 eat, Mchgan, contng of 230 acre, more or le. Dated: March 1(5, 1932 Wllam Kuhn Jenne Kuhn Sheld & Smth Attorney for Agnee% Howell, Mchgan Agnee STATE OF MCHGAN The Probate Court for the County of Lvngton. At a eon of ad court, held at the Probate Offce n the Cty of Howell n ad County, on the 24th day of March A. D Preent: Hon. Wll L. Lyon, Judge of Probate. n the Mutter Of the Etate 0~AT^ tfur Gll, Mentally ncompetent. Wllam Duncan havng fled n ad court h petton, prayng that the guardanhp of ad Arthur Gll be granted to hmelf or to ome other utable peron. t Ordered, Thaf the 25th day of Aprl A. D at ten o'clock n the Lyon ^recently -and formed a Veteran of Foregn War Pot. t wll be known a Jhe JLovewell-Hll Pot n Trrernory ~ot tructen-xovewcll and George Hll, two South Lyon boy who lot ther lve overea. The Merrll chool n Webter had to be cloed for two day lat week ^ Edna Webb, a paper by Mr. Macbomber. M Clare Ledwdve wa apponted to act on the program commttee n place of Mr. ChaS*. Hoff. The next meetng wll be held at the home of Mr. -and Mr. Geo. Grener. PHLATHEA NOTES The March number of the Baraca- Phjlathea New wa epecally good. The pcture of the " Char^ead" of ome of the commttee for the comng bg Home Comng conventon n Wahngton, D. C. make one long tel meet the orgnal, and enjoy the npraton of th meetng wth the Baraca-Phlathea Unon, of whch we are a part Wc are fortunate.ndeed n our World Wde predent, M» Henretta Heron, an extract from\ whoe March meage wa read cla lat Sunday. The cla hour wa too" hort "To" touch upon all the many pont n the leon coverng the deceptve character of all n and our reponblty for ndvdual n. Next Sunday the thrd n th quarter, we have "The fall uf Abram," or The Conquerng Pcnwr of Fath. Read no: only the crpture text Gene 12.1-!), but alo the devotonal readng, Hebrew ll.x-10, Come'early for church- and tay to Sunday School.. Rev. llerqut' plenddly encouragng ermon of lat Sunday mornng wa from text, Roman 8:31. "What hall we ay then to thee thng?" The Phlathea Cla ay " can do all thng through Chrt that trengthened me," Phl. 4:12. Th week Wedneday we are meetng n the Cong'l. church parlor for our regular get-to-gether for bune and comradehp, wth Mr. Duller a hote. We are wantng a godt attendance of member and frend.- MORTGAGE SALE Defffllt havng been made,fo> more tha.n. thly_.dayj n the -condl ton of a certan "mortgage "v^-^.rl by Mr. Suan Sprague, a wdow of South Lyon, Mchgan, Glenn K. 'Sprague and Betty N. Sprague, h wfe, of Detrot, Mchgan, to the State Savng Rank of South Lyon, Mchgan,a Mchgan bankng corpora ton, and recorded n the Lvngton ELECTROCHEF^cKfe rn««sd^^-cookwasl &f- na ome vandall broke nto t and mahed up eat, detroyed book, etc. State polce were called and ecured a number of fnger prnt. County Regter of Deed' Offce on Anthony Kupcack^ 4u^ hanged the 4th day of March, 1929, n Lber hmelf n the Yplant cty jal 132 of JMortlfBg-e, page; 11*4-185, on Thurday whle watng trjaj for whch mortgage -thtre 4K <4mmttl- ttr chcken teal".'', le ued a towel for j^l_hjj' n f th Q date'lhfmt^f the um of tho dt ed. on<> thouand fve hundred "xty dollar Tho Howell Bank were all open and thrty eght cent; and no on ejelq day for the mt tme, n proeewhng havng been - nttuted forty year. - cther at law or n equty to recover A Ttrto^e^TnTr6 d u c e d TrTTh r* V. S. the ad um or any pal thereof; enate carre an appropraton of NOW THEREFORE, by vrtue o $!)0,000 for a new Howell potoffce. the pouer of ale made and provde - A-.- R-U^yCwttemk-n, -vtte-ran-lv-t-ed,t4tr u mwrgftfd wh- trt hr \tpn county newpaper man and polftcan wa defeated for reelecton to the offce of Howell cty clerk by Herman Heeg. Ffty-two canddate are reported to be out for the Howell hph chool Jaa*t±=ball---48amH===^ ==== South Lyon hgh chool ha a bae ball team n the feld agan th year. TEMS OF 25 YEARS AGO From the DUpatch of Aprl 18,1907 M Sarah Brogan ha gone to Bad Axe to attend chool. Fred Read ha fnhed h coure of tudy at Geary bune College. Heretofore Hamburg townhp ha atenated holdng ther prng elect-,.on at Pettyvllu chool houe and Hamburg vllage. Town meetng day they voted to hold all futur- electon at Hamburg vllage. The Cohoctah dran wa let lat week for 1)8 1 j cent a rod. forenoon, at ad probate offce, be and hereby apponted for hearng daughter and two on. The funeral ad'petton.. wa held from St. Mary' church, Jt_a_Eurthcr Ordered, -That-puttctrhcRh<'y, Kev. Fr. Slattery of Detrot, Condne of Chelea and notce thereof be gven by publcaton of a copy of-th order for three ucceve week prevou to ad day of Thornton of Howell offcatng. Mr. Anna Brogan ha gone to hearng n the Pnckney Dpatch, a Uad Axe to keep houe for Rev. Fr. newpaper prnted and- crculated n VanDykt\ ~ ~ ad county. Mr. Greer, 70, a former Pnckney Wll L. Lyon, redent, ded at the home of her on, A true copy: "C^tCTfla^Parhall, Regter of Probate. Judge of Probate. CARD 0^ THANKS We wh to expre our mot t>ncre than-k to our many frend, relatve* "and neghbor who were o knd and thoughtful durng the ckne and-death of our loved one, alao for the mnter' word of comfort, the QAUSC rendered, and the beautful floral trbute. * " Mr. and Mrt. G«o. Long Lyman Peek and wfe have mover to Chelea where ther two on, Wll! and Emery, are employed n the Glazjer Stove work. M. C. Rue, Martn Clnton, and Harold Brpwn are home from the U. of M. on a week vacaton. Mr. Jame Doyle, Sr. ded at her home n Wet Putnam Aprl 4 at the age of S year. She leave four ^amcy-n Pontuc Tueday Lyman Peck, 74, ded hortly af- 4#$ rjgadlng-- Chorea Wedneday where h famly wa movng. Mr. Murphy who uffered a troke whle at the A, (J. Wlon home,near Anderon lat week ha been talcen to the. home of her daughter, Mr. John M. Karr*. Th«Anderon. Farmer Club met at the'home of Wll Caakey Saturday.--The program conted of rect aton by Gcrnanc Lcdwdgc Southerly entrance of the Court Houe n the Cty of Howell, Lvngton County, Mchgan, at ten o'clock A. M. Eatern Standard Tme, on Monday,- the 27th day of Jwe, 1!K*2 tv'l at publc aucton, to the hghet bdder^#ff^ft^m^^ = mortgage, or a much thereof a may be neceary to pay the amount due upon ad mortgage, together wth nteret, attorney fee, and all lega cot allowed by law, Sad preme beng n 'he TW-nl-tp nf (! n O'lk, County of Lvngton, State of Mchgan, decrbed a fallow: Commencng at a pont on ecton lne between ecton twenty one and twenty two, J feet north of the outhwet corner of ecton twenty two, thence north along ecton lne J 57 feet, thrmce eat eghty rod, thence outh l.'t feet; thence wet X0 rod to the place of begnnng, reervng to the grantor, ther her and agn, the rpht of co-uer wth the grantee heren,., ther lvr am agn of the wejl now~tbcate<t on the above decrbed preme, and rght" of mgre and egre to and from ad well for purpoe of oh-j tanng water therefrom. Th! eaement beng appurtenant to; the parcel adjonng ad prem.-j r on the outh and now owned by; grantor. Alo the undvded half of a p.'ce of land, comr encntr 117 rod'north of outhwet vur<. er of ecton twenty two a for,. ( n \ front door of the"court houe n the meetng held at tho h e h «ch o1 «"*»* cty of Howell n ad county of Lv- torum M nday nght. They were ofn-ton June 17, next, at ten o'clock [ fered b^ Jud S e Lac y of Detrot. -a.-n&r--whch preme are decrbed T'he Hull bll to permt bank re- n ad mortgage a follow: cever to pledge aet for loan Eat half of Southeat quarter; from the Federal Recontructon Northwet' quarter of Southeat Fnance Corporaton paed both quarter; Northeat quarter South of the houe and enate at Lanng lat Creek, Secton 7, all beng n townhp 4 north, range 4 eat, Mchgan, 000,000 wll be made avalable for week. f.the'governor gn t $7,- contng of 230 acre, more or le. the reorganzaton of cloed bank. Dated: March 1G, 1932 o UR WEDDNG Could* All NN1VERSARY luband bate remembered t n a more b radcal vav?" T'S AN ELECTROCHEF "When my hukmd Mr:v.»..! ;:. annverary wth th nc-\\..:m.; told hm k v.*> JUM what!.; tme. Cookng o ck-.u. ; r; \ wth th modem rnt.thuj. A.;J \: delcou! t' almot wnlnrev.'v.,1'ek SUA L, w ar.tc\ f -<r long.1 >v, o C( ;'\ene.c \ nv.. are mply v v :;vn a w te! am n.at-vuhout! :!: g.:tcv-.l-- t.t\ a See a glowng, wre fa.v \l 'R any moke or o* >t or fume M, c:^ brght and hny a K: kl. L\v. range tlutt cuu redly be k< -y. v > [:,.1 1!.re : clan. The now-whte porcelan a;!.-.jvur-.hr.. the tove alway look ncu. > -\ '. cloth retore the orgnal.v.l'. tu Vep};:tr trvat e -, ; w h a (.la"p /..,. o'k" uf lv/ frend-who ha.een n..l-aroehcf dularv tlut k' Strkngly attractve and modem. Now al of them want an Llcarochef of t!e r own!" 10 BUDGET $ FRST PAYMENT lf^t.'h-, r...>;- re.,. k. H. ff ( PTtl ( 11.: \ ; r PLAfcl r ^ l.lf' c Ml. ll. ttt^t f tm ^TrT- (l!tl»'ll t' "T 1 : ocxorr* (n> THE DETROT L'DSON co. 2S5T WE SERVE OR SELL N QUANTTY FRUTS, NUTS AND CONF TQNARY_ BROOKS AND HENRY BOX CANDES E*o<t Heot Control No Smoka No Sool No Fumet Heot o«cl»an ol Sunlght Meahtful [Anana, Orany:^, Grape Frut, App!e,Lemcn,Etc. STATE Or The Probntp Court tor n Lvn rjlon, the Probal.' nfl'r- 'j! leen- Com- Jlowt m ad < 'dun' v. <lay of Aprl A. ). P "'el: Mm W...Judy of F'rob.'t' n th<.matter fhona- W. R< \e\-a Gare:.. court h-r pettro.l, certan n trunent. ',. portng to br th -t \ tlet of.-.ad < n -ad courl, b and tl'«at 11 j«tat' be urantor to,-om<' Otll'T t.- ord -r., May. A. M. M: for-" adt. FRU r N SEASON JOE GENTL* F -,S. adj'.uv ()::'. tu ' to A. u' a :! ooll. ;t M-e. ''*eby ajpo ly by both parte hereto, ther her and agn STATE SAVN(;S pank South Lyon, Mchgan. a Mchgan bankng cor}). MORTGAGEE Dated at Pontac, Mchgan, th 2Sth day of March 11)32. Knney & Adam, Attorney for Mortgagee 413 Pontac Rank l«dg., and Pontac, Mchgan. ad, wet to thr : cmtcr-f hgh--p l j ( ^.m,-,,,,. way, norj one rod, eat to ect-1 j t ^ p (J.. t on lne, north feet, eat one he notce tl rod, outh 157 feet,, wet one rod to begnnng, wth rght of co- :U?OT: wth grantor heren, ther her, «d agn for drveway of Dpatch, ad lat parcel, expene and mantenance of to be borne rqu;ll't''ol caton of a copy of Mathree ^ucce.-..ve w.rkad tny of hearng, n ( a m'w.-pap, Crculated n ad count \, (rntr - WT+T- A true copy : )u<\ hu^-, Regter of P)(;bat<'. l a:,( p k f.-ron- C V of Pj-ohatc. WHAT S A SECURTY? The Mchgan Securte Act defne a ecurty n.>- follow: "The term 'ecurtey' or :-.cunt: >' hall nclude "'-any note, " >tnck, treaury tock, bond, debenture, evdence of ndebtedne, tranferable certfcate of nteret or partcpaton^ 'certf- on o ) 1 Ealy 3?BBn3 > hroft.^barng! c : «!' ":' ltejtt n,'mv'! a-«', collaterf, any tfan.->ferabh-, eoa(ra(t. o - henr-. 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4 9?*PF Th- Pnekney Dpacu Wedneday, Aprl 6, 1932 OTBtHWwnBmmrmumrn^ a ±! w ^- Howell Theatre H. C Gerkn, Mgr. Howell, Mch. Wedneday, Thurday, Frday, Aprl 13, 14, S Wed. on the tage PETE McCURDY and Co. 18 PEOPLE 18 n Mucal Revew Jazz Band Pretty Grl Funny Comede JOE E. BROWN n h. "FREMAN SAVE MY CHLD" Comedy Novelty New Th Feature Pcture howng Thur., and Fr., Aprl 14, 15 Saturday, Aprl 16 "SU RRENDER" Featurng LLA HYAMS and WARNER BAXTER Kn Tn Tn n Lghtnng "Warror No. G Comedy Matnee Saturday 2 P. M. Adm. 10c and 20c Sun., Mon,, Aprl 17, 18 0 HELEN TWELVETREES n "PANAMA F L O" Comedy Ka.>y to (Jet" Sunday Open 2 P. M. Novelty Act. "Subway Sympathy >> Con. to 11 P. M. Tueday, Aprl 19 WNNE LGHTNER n 'MANHATTEN PARADE' NOAH^ BERRY n "SHANGHAED LOVE" Wed., Thur.. Fr. Om'dv 'V: Nov , 22 "BROKEN LULLABY" from the tage_(the Man Klled) New Screen Souvenr a* AUCTON The followng tock* tool and houehold good_ wll te~6ld at Publc Aucton on what known atlre ~ Stock Farm, better known a the Sam Schultz Farm, located on the North Terrtoral Road one and one half mle wet of Hudon Corner or two mle eat of the North Lake Church on LVESTOCKr 4-Bay Work Hore 1 Durham Bull, 2 year old 3 Two Year old Grade Holten Hefer 15 Chcken GRAN AND FERTLZER 200 Buhel of OatJ 12 Bag of Fertlzer ) week. GREGORY J Thop Thoo who'attended atten the men ban-._quet Frday nght.at «ParkerCorner were Mr. and Mr. Henry Lllywhte, Mr. Hazel Brener entertaned Mr. and Mr. F. E. Gau, Mr. and the Junor Crcle of Knj' Daughter at her, h*me Saturday afternoon. Glenn Mr. A. L. Dutton and Ferr and Caakey. John Grohan and Lyle Bowdch attended' the ar how at Detrot one day lat week. Guy Kuhn pent part of lat week n Detrot attendng a meetng of the Snclar Ol Company employee. ' ^ Mr. Elda Kuhn, Mr. 'Monca Me- Kune, Norne Kuhn, and Mr. Walter Baker of Detrot, pent Saturday n ona wth Mr. and Mr. Pat Broga'n. M Ruth Whtehead of Pnekney vtng her mother, Mr. Dea Whtehead Mr. and Mr. Wamcr Denton of Detrot pent the week end wth h father, S. A. Denton who erouly ll wth nfluenza, Mr. and Mr. A. L. Dutton after S. S. motored to Perry and wa dnner guet of Mr. George Dutton. Mr. E. N. Braley qute ck and Mr. A. J. Holme carng for her. Dr. W. N. Braley and daughter, Elzabeth Ann, from Hghland Park vted Mr. E. N. Braley Sunday. Preachng next Sunday mornng at 11 $Q Topc the Brotherhood of Man. C. E. Topc next Sunday evenng at 7:15 "Puttng Purpoe n Lfe." The leader wll be Zula Clark. The Hutler S. S. cla Glenn Cakey teacher, met lat Saturday [evenng wth M Anna ham. Mr. ard Mr. Walter Baker of De-, The Frendly Bble cla met lat trot pent the week end wth her Wedneday evenng bune meetng parent, Mr. and Mr. Elda Kuhn. wa held and a unanmou vote cat Mr. and Fay Hll of Hlldale for C. E. 'Sweet for teacher another pent the week end wth h mother, year after whch game were enjoy- Mr. Fanne Hll. "d the ref the evenng. The Knur Daug-lteTa CWlc wll X Keney, Jr. pent everal hold a baked good ale Saturday day lat week wth h ter n Jackon. afternoon and evenng, Aprl 1G at L. C. McCeer' tore. Every member Mr. and Mr. M. M. ham and requted to furnh. Mr. Jame Cakey were guet Sun MARON Congratulaton to.mr lady who cel< brate her day..oon.. Mary r p- S4th- brth- Horn Apwl p, a on to Mr. and Mr. Lucu Smth (Laura Doyle). Pom-Aprl 0 a-daughter, Lorena Elvra to Mr. and Mr. Ruell Watter at Pn gve. day at Mr. and Mr. W. H. Cakey' at Stockbrdge, t beng ther 12th weddng annverary. ' The- Commt te-m-hhe auto race contet wll meet at the church Wedneday evenng to decde on ome queton of the contet. LAKELAND NEW? Mr. and Mr. ]V n Whte, Elzabeth M-. Mabel Cady attended the funeral of he- brot+tn Alfred Lyon, at Drver. Ruth P"vr«-aux of Pnekmy Ernet Wht' and famly, How. Plymouth Frday. pent Sunday at J. ). Whte'. - Mr. '!'. L. P.ourbonna, Mr. Harry Lee and Mr. Robt. Jack attended Mr. Hurry Coley entertaned her Tueday^Aprl 19tb on and famle from Detrot over ther'card club at the home of-mr. Sunday. rv» Kennedy at. Pnekney Frday Several from h'-e attend* d th< afternoon. funeral Sunday of Forbe C. Jewel, M-, and Mr. J. J. Snn and on. -a4-fo-w-k-+*v444t* "trf~ann Arbor are pendng a few SAL^STAnSlST^raOTTroON^HARF Gene Dnk'l and wfe of Pnekney day Tnth7d7 r T r trttttgt*r vted at. <). Gentry one day Mr. S. Alv.-y and daughter, Barlat Week. M Tr.'!).' S;n>! of Ann Arhor e^tulym^^-^uek^ v^a4+o.«- at- 44*- one of her~jrarr-nk >!r," am- Mr. (Gu Smtl. FULL!JNE2E=EABfLQQL&= 1 Feed Grnder 1 Feed Cutter 1 Cro Cut Saw 2 Buzz Saw ExtejonJLadder- t^eetwagon 2 Wooden Wagon 1 Cae Rdng Plow 1 Tractor, double dc: 1 Slp Fller 2 Mowng Machne 1 Gran Bnder 1 Corn Bnder 1 Hay Rake 2 Sprng Tooth Harrow' 1 Spke Tooth Han row 2 Manure Spreader And many other artcle too numerou to menton. New McCormck-r Jeerng Gran Drll A LARGE QUA NTTY OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS A Cream Separat or Mlk Pal Set of PlatformT^cate MuTreanT TERMS CAS. By J. W.. W. DAN! LS, Auctoneer COM^ 4UNCAT10N w< are pv ^l.^hng t.h(.> followng communcato n n-cdvecl by Albert 'aller from -Congreman Seymour Peron, ft. r: late U)lhe ("[uque bll for equalz equahz jtj, n of neton. penon. Tf TjT p pro- vde that all wdow of CvK Sp; m- -wh-ftnd V/orl 1 War vete-r lvceve $/0!>' My dear Mr..' Th wfr a of your letf'-' ng the l'eo^o Lvngatorr < Spanh War G^tqne Bjff 1 am vwy would r nonth penon : Aprl V, 1032 Daller: / cknouledg-' the recept of Aprl Oth, cnbodyton a paed by the 'amp Xo. C2, Vrrttrdj Veteran, endorng the r. R. 72^0. pkwed to advt that =*= 1 Bean Puller 1 Potatoe Sprayer 1 Manure Conveyor 1 Wre Stretcher 1 Pot Hole Dgger 1 Wheeled Drt Scraper Calland H. D. WTHERELL, Clerk. t!e provon of th bll eem to be jut and reaonable, and f rot mateally changed, ntend to upport a: >tl \1)te for t,\vhrn_un(l f, t reach. e the floor of the Houe. Thankng you for your letter" and wth' knd regard and bet w le' to yurelf urn! the other member of your Camp, am, Cordally and ncerely your, Seymour 11. Peron (Sgned) Mr. Purt C. Daller,* Adj., Pnekney, Mchgan "NT'"d. Fryc~wa? n How. Monday. Dr. and Mr?. Holl Sgler of Howwcrc Sunday dnner guet -6¾ Dr. a< d Mn C. L. Sfler Owoo.. George and Wn, Ruttman a!:( Fred Perry were n Lanng h; week. Mr. Lnyaj Glchrt entertam her daughter and" famly from P Mr. Thoma Furguon of.th place, Mr. Fred Waman, Mr. My- JQJ Huulwd<- -uu Jfo*, Thoma 444^K»r of W.n Lake Hll attend. ( 'd a hjh'heonjn petro.t Tueday. J Baby Chck Turkey Poult Pheaant, Bantata Ducklng DO BEST when you tart and develop them the dry granular NO-CORN WAY CHCK STARTU ntvclopnc ma j eentart BUTTERNH-K Complete n One Sack.^^1 1. lllll of ' n-jxot a)'e-guoat-oj Mr. ~~He7TtTrrrbrrrcW,'K gvrrr" Mr. A key' parent, Mr. and Mr. Jjjrlhfljry urpre Saturday evcnm 4ohn-PntrTrfr-"at Strawberry"Lake. The evenng wa pent n playng Roe (r'/en of Detrot pendng a 1euchre 'Uchre and."o."00, aft ;.r wdth a d<few day wth Mr. and Mr. Thoma lcou uppe.: r wa' erved. Mr.. Furguon. ^_^ LaPanc,' \ 1 a! ) ; gft <"vo'r Mr. A. M. Thompon.vtng the' elf nvted gu [.- relatve n Detrot for the week. rvng Woodn of S-cramento, Mr. Mabel Cady and M Vola! f Calf., wa a guet at t!.: home of Pettey were Howell cater Monday. h «Ntor, Mr. Charle Re. d l.'^f There wa no chool n Wnan jj week. On Wedra'd; y Mr-. Kr<-A and,.. Lake 'ov a few day a.-the teacher '> 000 mle n one year wthout one ngle hour Mr. Woodn were dnner evt. of.ere mnner g -o-t opr. Mr. Xna Stow^ wa ll _ ^^^YW^^^mr^rtt^ ^=^=*5-l=» C - 1 *^»w^«!nr-fmr*t^^» r v< fteepe Hard war P- «nnmmhth;:;::: mv fnutttnftttttmmtt:». k. J.... llllll j4tf tenezguffljfaped^4^^hold^bjfodfezboafcl and Track Record for Mleage Speed _and Endurance For twelve conecutve year Fretone Gum-Dp - per Tre have won the 500-mle ndanapol En- = durance Race the mot gruellng tet tre have ev- 5 er known. S ' - : ' Were on the wnnng car n 1931 Pke' P.eaj; Race where^a lp meant death. ^ J - Were on the G^M^."Tracfc; carryng a two-on g" g load, that hung up the CoaMo-Coat endurance re- 5 cord. - ^ 5- rc on the Predent-^' Studcbakcr that broke all world extng tock car record from one klo- meter to 100 mle n November, 1931,on Dry Lake f- Muroc n the Mojave Deert." 1 Were on the Studebaker car whch on a board track n Atlantc Cty n 1928 went 30,000 mle n f. 26,326 mnute. On 150 Truck of Safeway Store nc., ran 1,500,- ^ OTnaccounT^oT^tre. \ade Holl- Sgler and \j aek, of Howell 0f Dtrot p^nt and Saturday n the Matheon cottage. way whch ran 3,592,585 mle wthout one ngle Mr' = Were on 131 bue of the Wahngton Street Ral mnute delay on account of tre. M'. Wllam VanKleech pent 1 Frday wth her.*w<-v-jn-h»-, Mr.' F'ank Wrght at Howell, trot over Sunday. M Dorothea Prown who at- Announeement of the -engagement. tellng U. of M. at Ann Arbor pent of Kmet Lange and Alvna Schned-j Saturday wth her mother, Mr. C. er of Webbcrvlle wa made la.- 4 \ \ Rrown. we k. The marrage, to take place mmedately. Ed Hoel and famly were Sunday dnner guet at the' home of M. P. Prady n Howell. Kenneth Robert ha accepted a poton wth Vernon and Clenn Wlte for the ummer. Mr. Albn Pfau pendng two week wth Lele Maycock, at Xe, Mlclngan. Jame and Robert Jul! of Oceela called at Ed Saunder' Frday. Mr. and Mr. J. ). Whte and Jack Whte were n Pnekney Saturday. Mr. and Mr. Floyd Lane were n Pnekney lat Thurday. M rene Smth left 'ov Chcago Tueday nght where he wll pend the remander of th week. Mr. and Mr. Horace Hanon vted -at Q._V. P>acku' Sunday. (Ju P». Smtl "and" -famly pent Sunday wth ther daughter, Mr. Ray Rathbun at Fowlervlh PLANFJELD Mr. Taft VanSyckel and grandon of Fenton wa n town lat Frday. Mr. and Mr. Gale Reaoner and.-w. Robert were n town Thurday. Mr. and Mr. Harry Powen and famly. Mr. and Mr.. \V. Robert were Sunday guet of Mr. and Mr. H. J. Dyer'. All houe lu re are occuped now. Mr. Wood and famly f:v-" Morrce moved nto tho Jacob' hou: h*,' AD LL A Mr. and Mr. Cord Lambrte of Ferntkle vtng her brother, John Roopcke'. Mr. L. K. Hadley receved word Frday of the death of her brother, Frank Round of Fenton. M Ruth Waton vtng n Ja kon. Ralph Rhengan pent the frt of the week wth Geo. O-^n Marhall. The Pnekney Cong'l. church people entertaned the church frend from Vnadlla, to the number of 26, very royally to a lunch after they had preented the pagent "Chooe Ye." Mr. an Mr. Ot Webb vted Mr. and Mr. Oln Marhall Frday. " Rev..Tonh"Khengan vted \t\ Detrot the frt of the week. Reva Wheeler and Roger Gnthcr were unted n marrage Saturday. M Nelle Pckell of Jackon pent the week end wth her brother Emery, and famly. Mr. and Mr. Rchard Thompon of Am Abu pent Sunday wth- Mr. nez Hadley. The Prebyteran L. A. S. erved dnnejljand elected offcer Wedneday^ the annex.\ u, NOTCE The Junor Kmg^r^a'ughter? wll meet Saturday Aprl 16 n the Congregatoral cr-v^ pa*w*. P-*. ttek. Vrgna Dax*row 4 3M. ^Sl^ton & Son CHEVR.OLET SALES & SERVCE > OLDS TllllllllMllllllllllnllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllKMClHllllllM Announcement All thoe ntereted n havng a Cah Cream Staton n Pnekney PjemJetjneJmw..At_one r Grocere-Hgh Grade Meat Clark' We delver good at all tme ^¾ ffoa*?!»p tch $ L00 per^>f.. - HP * > 1 ; r*>

5 *m^m T 'V5^«r f r--- Xl X MONEY SAVERS Guet vory, 6 Black Pepper, lb. pkg Teapot Tea Sugar, 10 lb. Polar Bear Flour Oxydol large pkg. Vanlla 12 oz. bottle com. Coffee, real gbo3, lb. Palmolv3 Soap, 3 cake t Soap, Flake Whte or P. G., 3 bar $ Pancake Flour 5 lb ack. Peanut Rntfrey^ 2JLjar Catup, large 14 oz bottle, 2 for Pnk Salmon _ Dll Pckle, qt jar»h Chocolate. lb Salted Peanut, lb Rce, 6 lb TH* PUdkney DUvteWecle&y, Aprl 6, )932 25c 29c 25c 45c 69c 20c 29c nc 15? 10c CrackerSr =2U Xreamery Butter,4b 25c CH.KENNDD Y WE DELVER ANY PLACE, ANY TME a Btt>BeCBBparK«c_ The hnckney Dpatch 5 Meal and Short Order, MaamM%- Wy Tohanrn Specal Prce on School Chldren Lunche gpjnckney Fountan Lunch g "(Next to "Bank)- CHARLES WHALLN, Pr r.. Phone 610 Repar Work of All Knd GUS RSSMAN Lcened Mater Plumber.... Plumbng anjl Heatng We' Do Plumbng and Heatng tf All Knd*. We Handle Electrc Plump, Septc" Tank and ^Vater Pr r,wure Tank 604 Wahngton Heavy Haulng of All Knd. Movng Weekly Trp Made to Detrot f»m«mu * " «* Entered at Me pptgfltce" -at-l 1 nekncyr-mteh~ T a&- Second Cla» Matter. Subcrpton 1.25 a year n Advance. PAUL CURLETT t -4 PUBLSHER Mr. and Mr. J. W. Bradley Grand Rapd were recent guet Mr. and Mr. Jame Dockng. of of Met Chalker wa the guet of M' <nvdm; Alfred Pl'au nmaron one day lat week. C. V. VanW.nke who ha been n Lanng for everal month pent ev oral day here lat week. Mr. and^lr.matm " Tuppcr of Flnt and mmn!mmmtmw«wtmtf^^ At-a. :v'j ; Prgg of Howell, Mr. Kay Hck of Lanng, pent everal day lat week wth R. G. Webb. Geo. Reaon and wfe of Detrot were Sunday guet of Mr. and Mr, Norman, Reaon. M Bernadne Lynch and Gene Chandler of Kalamazoo pent the week end wth Mr, Mary Lynch, Ro Read wa n Howell Monday. Geo. Green and wfe of Howell were Sunday guet of Mr. and Mr. C. J. Teeple. Mr. Brock Cole and Mr. W. A. Halam of Sandwch, Ont., pent the week end wth ther mother, Mr. Anna Kennedy. Fred Carpenter and wfe of Pontac were Sunday guet* of Mr. and Mr. Claude Reaon. Mr. and Mr. Henry Colln of Yplant were Sunday vtor at th home of Met Chalker. * " 1 1 J. Mr. Gene Mclntyre wa called to n C W t d l COUlDd 1^0^61^ 1C6 CrCaTl.Ek, a r..\\lxoj l n T -8alur4ay by the * - m «. «... erou llne of her mother. Mr. John Ftzjmmon wa a aekon vtor Saturday. Mr. J. H. Stckney, her daughter. Ann and Loue and M llan Swarthout of Alma were Sunday caller at the home of M. Mar/ Lynch. Mr. Alma Harr and daughter, Zta, of Detrot pent the week end wth Mr. and Mr. Tom Shehan. Mr. and Mr. Bert Hoff, Mr. and MK, "L'aran Webb ffrrd doughtt ' Ola, Cha. Runcman and wfe of Stock- 1 brdge were Frday caller at the home of Mr. Elza Gardner. Cha. Kennedy of Detrot pent Sunday wth Mr. Anna Kennedy. Mr. and Mr. Lucu Smth (Laura Doyle) of Howell have been recevng congratulaton over the brth ol' a "7^Tlb.~on7~Max Rchard, Aprtf *r. Mr. Laura Rolon and M Helm Mae Schoenhal of Urghton called upon relatve here Sunday. Fred Dupont of Detrot pent la- week wth Mr. and Mr. F. K. 5o\ver. Geo. Hradley and wfe of Fljvt pent Saturday wth 1STr. and Mr. S. K. Swarthout. Mr. a n d Mj^^M-y mu^jjuxug «-f- Detrot were Sunday eallevttr fhome of M-Tr-anxl-Mr, N. 0. Frye. W. H. Gardner and wfe, were Howell Frday Walter Colln of (Jedde ea Met Chalker one day lat wecl<. Mayor Wrt Newkrk of Anrr Arbor got.l! knd of publcty for refung Cruader permon to par- ade through Ann Arbor Saturday on ther way to Lanng. He later grantecnpernflon. " Former Pro.ttcutng- 'Attorney Ja Col) Fahrner of Ann Arbor - vroovd_ to. oppoe Congr M;r'\n' r for renon gre.-> n tle econd congre.--ou trct. Three men, Frank Cf'.lak, Walter Marlvn, 21 and Stan tek. 22, all of Detrot an tlv Ann Arbor jal acued of robbng cottage nt Whtmore Lake. ;$ men prevouly arreted for robbere are now ervng tme n ona. Mr. and Mr. John Daller of l>e-. Jtrot ^p C tvk-thy--^yt^k - end wth Mr, and Mr. Hurt Daller. W. V>. McQullan cf Howell wa Sunday jruct at the bom and Mr. L. C Devereaux. The Me Rta and Loretta Roche HarnowMlt ^ L:mnp;_u^»f>-WTTr^t--^f J fue>.t.~ ot' Prfee Kenneth* Reaon, _Andrew Campbell] -^rcy-swarthout- am on, Donald, Mr, and Mr*. Roche Shehan and and P. W. Curlett attended the Pat j were n Detrot lat week and attend- Kon, Blly, of Ann Arbor were Sunday dnner guet of Mr. and Mr. Mater' Banquet at Chelea Tue- ed the arplane how. day nght.,* Kll Lorenzo Lavcy hag gone to Detrotf-^- Roche. t where he ha accepted a poton a Don Daller of Detrot pent th reporter on the Detrot Free Pre. Week end wth (erald Henry. Call and See Me Walter Frot of Ecore vtng L. G. Devereaux' wa a Monday at the home of h parent, Mr. and caller on Mr. Klzubeth Devereaux'1 Mr. Albert Frot. n Yp an ft. *m An aucton adverted n thj Mr. Frank Battle wa n Lanng for Aprl 10 to. be held at the Buker Saturday. W Mb Barnard Stock farm, near ^lorth Lake Walter..G)over*-and wfe of Fowler 4J Geo. Hornhaw vted frend n vllo pent Sunday wth Mr. and~m> Dearborn 3aat week. N. Pacey, Locu Wlon of Chcago,, were n Howell Saturday. Mr. an<l Mr. Ja. Roclu M Norne Crotty wa n low"- ^- E. Swarthout and wfe pent ell Saturday. Sunday wth Mr. and Mr. Ward Mr. N. O. Fryc? wa. hote to the Swarthout n Jackon. Brdge Club Tueday. drer Rovard of Ann Arbor pent A let.tt r receved lat, week fron Lee Roey of Dexter wa n town the week end at the hohe of Mr. and kwold lea^n tated that he reac-h-j on bune Thurday. Mr. L. K. Wlon. ed New Mexco on h way to Cal-j ^- O. Frye and Jame Roche were Davd Steptoe of Dexter 'orna., n Howell on bune Saturday. Pnckney Sunday. Lucu Wlon delvered an addre Mr. and Mr. Roy Henry of Battle Dr. and Mr.'S. J. Drown and before the Lon Club at Jackon on Creek were the guet of Mr. and daughter of Detrot were week end Monday evenng. j Mr. Dalla Cox Sunday. guet of Mr. and Mr. Fn d R< ad. (albrath Gorman of Dexjer wa, Cecl Hendee and Jame Nah Mr. and Mr. Fred Lake pent a a caller n Pnckney Tueday j were homo from the Mch. St':t" Sunday wth Mr. and Mr. J. D. Ap-[> llurtdcll Uvermorc, ROY. Borqut, Colltgo at Lunnng for the-wecl Brghton. \ mhmuhnm nnwunhuhhnmh SPECAL!! Glbert Chocolate 50c lb. Soda Fountan Servce Startng Aprl 14 our Soda Foun- 1 tan wll be open for bune. A contaner ha been added. BARM'S DRUG STORE lltllllllullllllltlllmllltlclllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllhlllthlllltmtultllsutlllffrfflls HE vw, w%w^v^v > v'jvvvvyvtftfytf^v^vvvvyvvvyvrfv^wv/tfw>^ V/ctSHt SOUPS, any flavor MATCHES, Oho Blue Tp, Carton 19c CRACKERS, Choce Salted, 2 lb 19c COFFEE, Monarch Brand, 3 lb. :. 92c SUGAR, 251b. $ (Lmt 2) COFFEE,Whte Hou^Jb 32c SUPER SUDS (Large Pkg.,) 19c J SPAGHETT or MACARON, per pkg 5c " MLK, targe ye^~3ran* Z ZzzzrT9c PORK &HBEANS, 16 oz, ze, 3 cam 19c SWEET CORN ^¾¾ 15c K!DNEY BEANS, Red No. 2 can TOMATOES, No. 2 can, old pack \ASNS, eeded or eedle, 15 oz. pkg. PEAS, Oho' bet 9c 10c 10c 10c good qualty perfft23^ ALSO SPECALS ON MEATS REASON & SONS M«a m Am Go Cloe Out! Bune! on account of»ckne»» n my famly All Good at pendng ome tme wth h famly at PorUyje_Luko, r Mr. and Mr. Roger Carr were n Ann Arbor lat Thurday, Clare Mller of Lanng pent Sunday wth hk~par«nvtflrr~and Mr. W. C. Mller. Donnell Sgler of Battle Creek pent Sunday wth h mother, Mr. C. M. Sgler. r#" ^Wnoleale PROPOSED WEGHT --TAX^P^mpNMENTj^rS.-BLF.& C. L Accordng to the propot weght - tax apportonment the maller count r would gan and thoe havng larg-j or populaton - woud" loe. Lvng, 1 torr,1«among thoe counte whch would beneft. Under the preent ytem of apportonng the weght tax they receved n 11)31 $1)1, Under the t. J. Henry anl wfe and Jamt*- ^c~ w bl1 tn y would receve $110, Henry of Plunfeld were Sunday 41^0.03. WahUmaw would get lghtly lc*, recevng $347,2H7.r,3 ntead gueu ot Mr and Mr*. Jcwe Henry j Mr, and Mr. Ray Hlck. of Lan- of $355, a n Wayne»»ng pent Thurday nght at the home would have a bg lo gettng but $*V B of R. G. Webb. 700, ntead of $7,003,21^.7«whch they were 'y<xd la-t j\ar." PNCKNEY SGLER Offce Hour* 1:00 to 2:30 K! \\')t Savery of Detrot.oue of the eand<at',- for g'and marhall at the eorl' -'.-on of the (rand Lo<lge V & A. M. to he held at Sagnaw 'n May «'- a ealler at the Dpatch offre Mo.nl.y Mr--. M.,vd.»y ) <! lead ftvxjouu, wa n Flowoll WANTED! POULTRY St EGGS W1H pay caak-. for.,.. x>uhry n* ff dtlttvtd... at... my Mtfc* pknt, tad wll_ pay all tu afford* at af. FARMM.J 1 k -

6 *^mjp» 4 V. * V... \ 1 V A?* *;< *. " / SUMMER TERM OF UNVERSTY OPENS JUNE 17 Draped n Fahon for Tea Dancng Charmer of Htory Pompadour n her early grlhood, Madame Ponpadour exhbted the charm that wa later to carry her to powerful You and Your Chld By JANE HERBERT GO WARD poton a kng' favorte n the Why Blame Heredty? requet*, negatvely. They don*t eejfc Court of.france. Doe bad temper run n famle? why Johnny hould alway hav«h Dean Edward H. Krau of the ummer.eon of the Unverty of Sf.r Ht*t!e daughter and realng the ent allow t to develop to flourhng terfere wth anythng n partcular or Recognzng prome cf beauty n And grantng that t doe, hould par way. But why not, f t doen't n poblte n her charm, an un Mchgan announce that the 1032 proporton, convenently attrbutng call for acrfce from anyone. crupulou mother pared ho effort ther tand of "no nterference" to Chldren have an uncanny faculty term wll begn on J*ne 17 and cloe to prepare her for the rolel^he wa heredty? for enng uch unfarne. " ad n September 1. ubequently to play.? Put th way, the anwer obvou. Yet how many parent, vew a parent, but t far from convnc no!" may eem lke reaon enough to The reved edton of the abrdged So, through the chldhood of announcement wll be ued about Madame Pompadour, all pan were ng obtnacy or temper n a chld, ng to the chld. And t n't exactly taken wth her tranng, to the end ak themelve thought-provokng ^alm for "h frutrated reacton Jan. 15, Dean Krau ad. The complete announcement wll be ready for! grace and attractvene n manner. very hard to undertand the chld' Parent who make a practce of that he mght acqure all pable queton? Mot parent do not try ether. dtrbuton about Mar. 15. A a reult, when fnally he uc-pont of vew. Rather, t our hardheaded way to expect the chld to to aert ther authorty, make a chld ayng "no" for no other reaon than The abrdged announcement carred a ummary of coure to be of '< ranpre" of Lou XV, he wa fully grap our own. Mot famly quall upcou, o that he contnually ; ceeded n gettng wthn "trkng fered at the ummer term. equpped to gve her beauty and are the reult of uch mundertandng and nothng more. rght. A tme goe on, the chld,' on the defenve, fghtng for h The Summer Seon calendar follow: when he found that he had attract The ue not o much whether from force of habt, take an oppo, charm utmot play. And that he dd, June 17, 18, 20. Regtraton n the ed the notce of the kng. the chld ha nherted trong, wlful ng tand and o do the parent! Law School. ; And, a both her beauty and charm tendence, but what are we, a parent-,- gong to-do abtnt 1t? Are we way,'and oon practcally no thought For th ort of tranng wp-rk two June Work begm-m-*he atvrf were great, and a the kng wa uceptble, he made a conquet n to contnue makng excue for our or conderaton for each other enter School, and at the Geology and Geography Staton. hort order. elve and chldren, blamng heredty nto the deal, only feelng. June Seon of the Alumn Nor dd Pompadour depend on jut and thereby jutfyng and trengthenng the chld' habt to oppoe par wa forced upon chldren, and becaue n grandmother' day, olf-control Unverty. her beauty and charm for her purpoe. She had a meaure of ntellental authorty? Or are we gong uch tranng wa content, the habt June 24, 25. Regtraton n all other School and College. gence that enabled her to play her to try to do omethng, enforce famly took. Chldren were taught a duty to June 27. Work begn n all other?ame hrewdly at tme, and th alo peace or fnd way and mean for ther parent. Today the whole ytem of brngng up chldren ha School and College, and at the bologcal Staton. the kng, whch wa omewhat change he ha and what he can have? changed. We try to be our chl helped her n holdng the fancy of makng the chld contented wth what July 5. Four-week coure n the \ able and prone to wanderng. Agan and agan have preached dren' frend that, "untl, for reaon of our own, we decde that we School of Educaton begn. And, n coure of tme, Madame the gopel of acceptance. Th n order that we may accept our chldren want to be parent for a change. The Julv, 23. Four week coure n Pompadour wa enabled by her charm Athletc Coachng^enjL_, to gan, an acendency that gave her for what they are and to prevent u chld get all mxed up. July Vf. Second te-rm^tftth^xael largo nfluence n affar poltcal. TToTfl makng rfermmd wh/»h thoy School begn. By her unfalng charm, together may fnd dffcult to meet. n the anythng to hm, mut be fxed. The July 29. Four-week coure n the wth her gft of mnd, he held way cae of temper and petulance, however, t not an mpoton but a duty day to omethng whch we "ye-ed M trouble begn when we ay "no" to School of Educaton end. over Lou XV for year. July 80. Seon end at the Geology and Geography Staton. Thee cotume were worn at a recent prvate tea dance. Dark red Madame Pompadour wa born energy along more contructve lne. place when no defnte lmt to mark to attempt to redrect th wated yeterday. How can a chld know h Aug. 5. Work cloe n the Med- canton crepe make the frock at left, wth nteret focued on the full leeve, December 29, 1721; ded, Aprl 15, t ha been my obervaton that the t off have been etablhed? cal School (x-week coure) and n tucked at the houlder and agan at the tght wrt. The eam at the front peronalte of chldren have a defnte an effect upon the parent, a mnd about what thee lmtaton We ourelve mut make up our Hygene and Publc Health. of the bodce, uggetng a clong, effectve. There a panel at back of Lou XV wa born February 15, Aug. 19. Seon end n the College of Lterature, Scence, and the a mat velve^ hat. "Bodce ecton wth looe leeve of green lame corv For" the" ake of ^what they term h parent n anythng whch ha the krt, and a narrow draped grdle at the wat. Matchng the frock 1710; ded, May 10, 1774; regned, the parent have upon the chldren, are. No chld would dare to oppoe Art, of Engneerng, of Archtecutre, trbute a pleang contrat to th black canton crepe frock, the twted "prncple," many parent are nclned! been dnned nto hm contently a and of Pharmacy, n the Medcal} treatment of the wat lendng further nteret. A dark green felt hat accentuated wth lghter gveen feather. to meet a chld' whe, acton and j taboo. School (eght-week coure*), School j of Denttry, School of Educaton, School of Bune Admntraton,' School of Muc, and the Graduate j School; at the Foretry and Conervaton Camp, and at Camp Dav.! Aug. 20. Seon end arthetbto-' logcal Staton. _ Sept l,_j&qn^jd_lrl the Law_ School T HUGH CELEBRATON PLANND4T-SATE twenty-eventh place for a can of blackberry jarnt - The headquarter of th cannng '^aocaton the expoton ground at Aurora, 111. The entre for the ctraon fat"-^ewe3ed;^^ One of the larget celebraton njof the organzaton, the htory of Mchgan State college T\\O canned food Lecturehp Gven frt were h fareen a the reult of F nf M PrnfPAAnr tentatve judged by appearance and later were c/. u fj.m weoou plan. of the faculty commttee to con- opened and judged for placement, centrate the commemoraton of the flavor rup, amount of old and Prof. Jee S. Reeve, nterna-; S0Verrtv-ffth annverary of the nttonauy known authorty on pohtoalj lquor. After the jar had erved ttuton t f oundmg n com menceecence, and member of the faculty of ment week To make poe, b]e the at _ ther purpoe they were dtrbuted among chartable nttuton. that department wa announced aj tondancp of undergraduate, com. Eaton county wa well repreented wnner of the Homy Ruell lecture -j mencement actvte wll be held one, amonp the prze wnner and ncludh.p gven ^. ^ ^ % ^ ^ 1 ^ 1 week ^rler n 1932 than ha been 1 ed one of the bg prze. Mr. Lo f. * f ^ 1 ^ ¾ ^ ^ ^ P ractce n ^ P**' ^or dngt4smth t _l^axlotte,_wqn_^100 on_her feld^rhwhnlftrahp Pn-denl ftr& -Shwr The award wa etablhed n 1920; Pre]mf nary plan for the program _by_e_bequeat ofjlejux-guel, of De-, cau for a ^ ^ ^ of actvte trot, a graduate of the utnverty^^^^^^^ w- ton. Leader n the feld of educa-~ ton from 111 over the country wll be nvted, n addton to dgntare n oth ej^_pjro feagon. and provde a tpend of $250, lhe~ holder of the lecturehp beng re- 1 qured only to gve a lecture on the campu n h choen feld. A mlar award'""gven annually to^younger member of the faculty. o Scout Executve at Adran Qut Pot were wnner of maller prze, -o FuttAppmprwlxmS: Although everal nttuton and State department have complaned Queton: "What to gve to a man^or a brdge prze ha often puzzled me? One can alway get te or pocket handkerchef, a a lat reort^ But uch g4ft omehow eem to peronal. What do you ugget? Harret V." _\ N _. Anwer: How about a book enbrdge? The mere fact that one a pre wnner maybe evdenced that he more than pangly ntereted n the game? Or f a man ha "won a a reult of luck, th accdental troke of good fortune, may npre a new nteret n the game of brdge, whch only a book preented at the -pychologcal moment can atfy and SCRPT SHOWS NEED OF REST except at uch tme a when tragedy "Dear Janet Wnton-^h the an- or. hock brng you together. aly of my wrtng, wll you pleae Among your famly and frend there are thoe, of coure, who are menton thoe thng that ^hould more normal, or mght call t "average," than you. They can gve and watchv).r be careful of? T. M. E. Ravenna, Neb\, take wth equanmty. And qute, Hogcally, they expect other to do the Scratch-a-^rtue. and you fnd a ame. The famly te or a bond_of vce. For both good an -rtvhnmnn ffterefe-may- caue them-toaccept and even to love you, but V lan' hertage and go nto the" makng of each. Tranng can tame doubt whether they undertand what help hm to develop h game A ngle extra fne lnen handkerchef or two, perhap, alway make a good gft^- But hould tay^away from te,. How about a cga lghter one that work? How about a te clp? Cgarette? Tobacco? Cgarette cae? Or a handful of cgar, th-a fancy p«bon, to lend the gft-y touch? ~Hou^ffotd~Hnf Your Handwrtngand What t Tell By JANET WNTON The peronnel of the commttee ap-j they cannot operate on ther budget ponted by Predent Shaw to plan the a reduced by Gov. Wlbur M. Brucker, the State Admntratve Board celebraton nclude R. C. -Huton,' dean of appled cence, charman; L. et a precedent by authorzng the Amercan Chop Suey certan mpule and tendence, 1 make you "you" though they mut C. Emmon, reearch profeor^n n-' Mchgan State Normal College and pound of chopped beef, teachng them to play dead whle often wonder. tkutonal admntraton; J. F. Cox,J the Wetern State Teacher College to large onon, other are developed and exploted. Hgh enory development, uch a George O. Croland, for nearly x dfan of agrculture; H. B. Drk*, dregard the executve acton. green pepper But tranng alone doe not make- a you dplay n the brttle, fral qualty of your hjandwrtng, engender :--^e*«-bey-seuexecutve 0f the Woldean of engneerng; _ M Mare Dye. The_ Normal College had been re c u pfjd^ox-s^&gr,^ peron. t merely brng out what verne Councl, ha regned h p^-^-^eotrot-lome economc; Lew ~ ~Kch-^" rn,( - rorr $««7,000 a year to $ tablepoonful ofhbn^err^ already preent at brth, When a ton to become effectve March 1, he arrt, drector of Mchgan State n- 000 and the Teacher College had 1 teapoon of alt,' chld turn out badly, then t may be have marked ntellgence' and the capacty for advanced cultural and n announced recently. H :.> regnaton ttute of Muc and Alled Art, and been cut from $879,000 to $836,000. V teapoonful of pepper, becaue of h tranng or n pte of ha been accepted by the councl H. H. Halladay, ecretary of the board The Board adopted the fnance comof agrculture. mttee' recommendaton that thee Shred the onon and pepper very Your handwrtng reveal you to be That you are not ealy dcourag 1 can paghett wth tomato auce. t. tellectual attanment. board. Mr. Croland ha not announced h future plan. No uco chool be allowed ther full appro- fne and fry untl tender n the butter. Then add the meat and fry wth partly due to heredty and partly due of the crpt. Logc, pertency and of a nervou temperament. Th ed, reflected n the forward drve _caor_ Vma hpon apponted hy the Eaton Women Wn n jeratom % board compoed of Stewart Hoben. O. ^, n * 4 ^ne reducton made hy Gov.j onon -and - pepper or fot~a~~e^~^rtm^t^^^0- a UJ Hrthrngng and aocaton. a certan tubborne of wllr~ are T. Goodwn, of Adran, and Davd Home Lannng Contet Brucker have been nvaldated by the: utc. Add the water and eaonng Downward dahng "t" crong do hown. Alo you have extraordnary Grant, C. W. Ceandall, of Monroe. Supreme Court but all nttuton and mmer lowly for ten or ffteen not appear n the llutraton but elewhere n your handwrtng pecmen. down one mnute and apparently fa recuperatve power. You may be Mr. Ktte K. Oborn, Olvet, ha.^ Under the management of Croland and department have agreed to abde mnute. Add the paghett and be.en notfed he wa awarded two the Wolverne Councl n the pat x by h allowance, rather than the j erve. They reveal that your entve nature meet and ha met wth much out Soon you wll be up, tartng tally cruhed n prt, but you are not cah prze of $2.50 each n the nternatonal home cannng contet n year ha grown from a memberhp J leglatve appropraton.- Some of Coconut Drop* of 152 Scout to 972 Scout and 85 the department, uch a the audtor One and one-half cupful flour, one that rrtatng n day by day lvng. afreh. whch W(>men took part Mr general', wll end the fcal perod cuo egg, one-half cupful hredded cocoa'- f the member of your famlyare a delcately attuned a you, t Here are ome thng to watch: -! Oborn wa awarded eghteenth plac<> wuh defct, rather than ak the nut, one-half cupful rch, cream, two (1) Your health. You requre lot "". ^.. f oh "her can of wld blaclcberre and Board for pecal conderaton" teapoon bakng powder, one-half doubtful f mtlarty"of temperamen+fof leep and quet. (2) famly affar. Select G.R. Woman cupful ugar, one teapoonful lemon help brng you together. For each Battle outde the home are to be rnd, one teapoonful of orange rnd. of you too elf-concouly aware fought and overcome; but when you To Fx Mayflower Sft together the flour and the bakng powder. Beat the egg untl lght, pacty for undertandng each other' harmonou urroundng, where you of elf. And whle you have the ca come home, you want to come home to M France Wolfe, an nteror decorator, daughter of Dr. and Mr. then beat nto t the ugar, the cocoanuty and_the rnd chopped very fne, realzatcn, t doubtfuhthat you are, lax. dffculte f brought to a pont of can take off your worry cloak and re-. Hftmo^C_J^of^jf_Gj3am EapdSj ha been apponted to take charge of or grated. Add alternately the flour the redecoratng and- furnhng ofthe former predental yacht May well-greaed pan, or on waxed pa T and the mlk. Drop n lttle patflower, whch wa purchaed recently per n pan, and bake a delcou Speakng of Style from the government by L. P. Coe,! brown. Have the cake far enough-j-} of Wlmngton, Del., and Suugatuck,! apart o they wll not run together, Mch. ' ' /"" Forttude and prnkle a lttle cocdanut over the %j fren E VAfL M Wolfe recently accompaned By Frank K. Gl«w top. M Ann--Wahngton, a decendant, Oranf* Sandwch Salad of the famly of George Wahngton, ; Cut large eedle orange whch ^At many of the martet parte lne wthout a belt more kndly. to Par to overee the Mt. Vernon have been peeled nto quarter nch lately the frock have been charmng Much, naturally, depend on the foundaton garment wthout whtth the reproducton et up at the Colonal lce. Put thee together, andwch n ort patel tone, -pnk and blue Expoton. fahon, wth the followng mxture prevalng. Nor have all thee pnk modern frock can never h between: Mx together a cupful of t- and blue been patel. Nurery pnk tan anythng lke perfeota*. and blue are n the audence atl., o. Fountan Scout Wn Lovng Cup for Good A wnner of tv Boy Scout rally fur the eatern dtrct of the Pert Marquette.councl, Troop No. 20 of' Fountan, Wllam K. Krke,.toutmater, ha permanent poeon of a flvftr ftvmg np preented, by Robert L. Wer, former Pere Marquette 1 councl executve. Fountan led wth 62 pont, Baldwn troop No. 13 had 34 pont, Reed Cty No. 17 had 10, OadU*c No. 43 had 12 and Luther No. 14 had 11 pont., Ten Fountan cout accomplhed fjytttnd bnuoung n fve econd, Steed -Cty beng econd n fve and' ne-bjtf econd. Fountan-won. e ght' frt place*, two econd and one thrd. ', pao n the dozen event of the rally. When you total up the thng you've done And the many thng you've ad, The thng that come traght from the heart Mean more than from the head. You cannot look o very far And judge all thng arght, Unle you gve real credt to The thng beyonovyour ght. Let' take the tme 7 to do a thnj^. _.. That' not expected qute; Let' keep our/patence and our head Mornng, noon and nght. No matter/what our work may be, No matter what our luck, Succe/reward u contantly Accordng to our pluck! So/mle jut every chance you get And do not dodge the gref, For f you're weet and knd and true There alway relef! HapQaann chopped canned pneapple, half ft ful of very fnely dced' celery, half a green pepper, hredfed; moten wth.french frut dreng. Place the orange andwche on crp Tettuce leave garnhed wth lced marachno cherre. Meat Sandwche Grnd cold bo]ed ham or lean pork alo enough weet pckle or olve to flavor t ncely, mx wth alad dreng and pread between butted bread and crp lettuce leave. "dh, acve my har! Save my harf he cred, pontng to a wg rapdly drftng out to ea. One get a dtnct mpreon of "Madam," repled the gallant lfeguard, a he took a frm grp on her are ftted to a hgh watlne and the Dreetore feelng. Many gown houlder,' "'m only a lfe-aver, not ] whle a grdle or belt at th level a har retorer." not alway eay to waj^ the ftted And th the bpen eaon for Aafrotante, "comng- out" parte very frequent ht now. whch were agan outtan< tone trmmng frequently" the necklne whch were ol* _^ and; quare n the front and cfclttto deep V n the back. The long, black, velvet wrap collared toxnrovly wth fox or ermne an : etablhed faj vorte of the eaon. T «r \ / v.. mm

7 >v>. *,* * NOXOUS FSH TO BE KLLED ' BY STATE MEN Thouand* of noxou fh, dogfh, carp, and garfh, are removed from Mchgan water every year through pearng parte organzed or accompaned by conervaton offcer. Thee noxou fh may be peared at any tme of the year when a regularly employed conervaton offcer preent Dogfh, one of the mot detructve pece, ordnarly begn pawnng n Aprl and becaue of a hgher water temperature th year the pece wll begn "layng n" earler than uual. Mot of the noxou nh peared n th way are taken at nght and wth the ad of an artfcal lght. Acocrdng to the nttute of Fhere Reearch of the Department of Conervaton, noxou fh, n common wth other pece, exhbt a pecular reacton to water temperature a ther pawnng eaon approache. Dogfh pawn n temperature of from 61 to 70 degree, generally occurrng n Aprl and May. The longbflled garfh pawn n temperature of from 66 to 70 degree or n May and June. The hort-blled garfh pawn n tll hgher temperature of from 76 to 78 degree. Carp pawn tmng Aprl, May and June. ntructon -aa to tho but LUTTC take the varou pece of noxou fh and a to the varou pece, contaned n letter ent by the Department of Conervaton to all of t regular offcer, ay that dogfh and garfh lke to bak at the urface n warm, quet water at all eaon of uteura Qufekly Heal Prce *<. eact, Sample fr«e. Addre*»: "OaBewV D»t. t, Halt**, Km. NEVERSLP PULLEY Tranmt more power, more capacty. Le«belt wear; unaffected by weather; no pulley cov«rnr ever requred. Replace your tnrp4>te»ome. pulley wth Enrvrparrp *<.Kraremr-? A Hawaan nterlude n "Fghtng" n the Pacfc A an nterlude n the throe of "war" thee attor aboard the U. S. S. New York are een a they were entertand by natve nger and dancer when ther hp entered port after takng part n the combned army and navy war game off the Hawaan land. STATE GVES Buldng and Loan Compane Suffer Exonr Wthdrawal BANDNG REVEALS WALKUWL UAA t Brght Future Seen for \ Mdland-abella Feld! Development n that feld' durng the pat year "ndcate that the Md- ; land-abella area wll be one of the mot ucceful and mportant ol producng dtrct opened n the eat n ten year," M. G. Gully, well known peroleum geologt of Pttburgh, Pa., 1 ay n a report made to the Amercan j nttute of Mnng and Metallurgcal engneer. n revewng development n the GRAND HAVEN SEES BETTER BUSNESS FOR '32 tary-manager. The chamber recently * completed a urvey of the 31 plant n Md land-abella feld durng the pat the dtrct whch ndcated that a mftdurng late' J or ty * them are enjoyng ncreaed ' year, Gully ay that Aprl, 1931, a 1,000-barrel completon bune. n the new Greendale feld n Mdland "Fve of thee plant are runnng county eat of the old feld tarted on a normal ba," ay Mr. Strbdey, development n that drcton, whch "Thee, repreent the plumbng, clothng, automotve, novelty and glove n ha reulted n extendng the producng lmt of the feld four and onehalf mle due eat of the older pro 400 wage earner workng n the dutre. We have approxmately 2,- ducng area and. ha led to the completon of everal 2,000 and 3,000- part tme employment, o our tuar plant. Of th number 500 are on trarrel well whch have held up re tton not a crtcal a n mamy markably well." t on thee fact that Gylly^ad he baed h etmate a to the mportance' of the? feld n eatern ol producton. The feld tarted the year l'j31 wth a potental producton of 6,000 barrel a day and cloed the year wth a potental producton of betw-een 25,- OOO-artd 30,000 barrel a day from ap. proxmately 230 well. Fgure cted n Gulley'. report how 127 well completed n Mchgan durng 1931, wth 46 dry hotel, 3 ya Wf )g an/l 4ft nl WPS -13a^ The Tr-Cte Chamber of Commerce <H Grand Haven, Ferryburg and Sprnk Lake, look forward to a better year n 1932 than n 1931, accordng to Wllam L. Strbley, ecre place. Due to the dverty" of mro 5 " tre** our plant have kept ther men employed, although on le hour. "The openng up of Ford operaton ha had a drect effect upon two of our plant. One runnng at full capacty and expect to do o for ome tme to come, whle the other jut begnnng to feel the mprovement from that ource. "Wth our tourt and reort bune only a few month off and wth our manufacturng concern notcng a pnw-np jn fh,ffr h<nnew; WP feel W6 have every rght to aumetrflt buau- total ntal producton of ol well MOTOR NUMBERS Unneceary wthdrawal by hareholder of Mchgan buldng and loan ure howed 295 well completed wth leve that government agence now at wa 38,667 barrel. The 1930 fgne wll be better th year. We be aocaton erouly hamper bune,; Many nteretng fact relatng to H5 dry hole, 29 ga well, 151 ol work to eae up the credt tuaton well and a total ntal ol producton throughout the country wll affect j Coleman C. Vaugh, drector of the the mgraton of black duck from of 25,729 barrel. bune generally to the extent of an What the proper procedure to buldng and loan dvon of the de-; northern Mchgan have been revealed Producton of ol n the tate apprecable nflux of bune for the year and may ealy be peared follow when the motor number of an *^?\%{j^* ^ T ~ ' " ' ^ ^ ^ 0peratonS carred on at dropped lghtly durng 1931 under Grand Haven concern." when condton are favorable. _. 0~ number Jled off - ox. ^^k,!...,.n 1~. -~A ««LJ^jthe- Munokong refuge n the upper the 1930 fgure. Wth an average..o. o automoble na_been _fued off o^r^^thtlrwwal-,-" he ad-,- "changed by theve? '< needed loan n order to pay wth 1930, 3,911,100 barrel of ol wer< "Whch would you rather be n, v w^p ennula ' accordng to a" pampllet; dally producton of 10,71.^barrel n - Correct Gong Down Fa*t "And.how your huband gettng Th wa one of the queton that drawal and when wthdrawal cannot; wrtten by Dr. Mle D., Prne and produced n Mchgan. n 1931 wth John, an exploon or a collon?" on wth h reducng exerce, Mr.,a fat wa anwered at the "chool" held re- ^ P*^ ^ preented, t caue' publhed recently by the tate con- an average of 10,301 "barrel a day, "A collon." Neuqud?" A. * other to wthhold nvetment, the' «erv aton detxartment "You'd be urpred that battle wthdrawng hareholder themelve ~ " T r the total year' producton for tho "Bu: why?" ~,.. T _. cently n Lanng for all nvetgator...,,,.,,.,, ervauun Dr. Prne, ueparmwu.. tate wa approxmately 3,760,000 "Becaue n a collon, there ye hn't'd^o^o^' chet --n^w-mw^'-^rprovdeformer tate orntholo- of the department. that ^vhere j^ ^***/ S v ^ n d? SrtSJlrv-^* -<- the conervaton department, barrel j art' but n an exploon, where are only a row boat!" the motor ha no number or where t F?» ««J ha been defaced, the owner may ap-! affectng the earnng of ^ye ther cor- _nowj drector of the W. K. Kellogu brd anctuary at Auguta. Kef ue to Gve Up Why Suffer wth Mchgan mot^l^s?;when thew'7^ <*Mnnoton^-TrtrerJ Pot After Te Vote 'Stan Trouble when of hare n Mchgan buldng and have changed or altered a number, the,, "1 more than 1,000 wld black duck have Floyd S. Fnch, predent of the vllage of Armada for trrcr,,, lnnn awvmton -were canoolod at -> - ~~- ~^_., owne, have the after orgnal lecuvantg number lu,,of ua, the "m/l^ce, mo,. new money would., oon ncreae come and n wa been done tagged by m Dr. the Karl parthgpp Chrtofferon yean, pat year, wll contnue; to hold that offce for Hor and cha retor^ftw^rr^ benefted there-j - ** 1^- Floyd- Ffertder, who were n 1 another year, he ad, unle acton ng proof that the change were made' by. hareholder t eem would probable, be b< baed on pat; charge of the Munokong tate park, taken to out hm. Fnch wa ted n tee. A»kw NKVKKSU1» pttlley on All Power Machnery you buy. Wrte for free decrptve folder «n4^p4eea^ ROSENTHAL CdTtNT HUSKER CO, TOHwaukeerW Radator Lodge- Emblem by theve n an effort to conceal the real dentty of the vehcle. The "chool" alo brought out the fact that many automoble dealer do experence, that f th were done the aocaton would, n a reaonable Dr. Prne explan n h pamphlet. The bandng operaton have revealed that a majorty of the black the vote at the vllage electon. He polled Gl vote and D. D. Torrey, for tme, be able to reume payng off ap mer member of the vllage counc' plcaton for wthdrawal on demand,'duck whch are found n northern po e{ } the ame numbor. There were not know that they mut tranfer a thev dd gene-rally for many year, j Mchgan n the early fall reman n 123 vote cat and the odd vote,'whch ttle n the regular way and automo^llt ecure hoped that all hareholder wll the tate untl th5 latter part of October, hr. Prne ay. would have decded the electon, contaned no vote for predent. junkng certfcate before try th plan of concalng applcaton ble can be crapped. and wll ay to themelve - _. c Certan ndvdual duck bande-d n Fnch communcated wth Proe *T^hV--J^~my~X«Mf<rt«fco m a 1AU S^ amjkptembjer^qwje^ej^ were cutfntr attorney- Earr e M. Ffencl Ta1m^3tetrvtorL^: State Letter to ul. 4 1 c^^hnrw anh R part nf t; t. a mvj more UaT^Oe-Tmle^rom-tlt refttga^j^fc^fffr-npnlnn»n. UM> rnallef. T\w.\ bune and wll tand by and help; before the mddle of the latter month, aw. M nterpreted hold that the vlndcatng that not all member of a Tf/f»/>l 12R Mlfa to make t tronger and a bleng to 1 rovel U* ^ W K ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ - m the-future, a t ha n the patx =t! age predent hall hold the offce un flock mgrate together. tl h4 ueeeabor t4ected-antr^raafr Tm -ndcatejbr. Prne MUeyj^-^ed._Saee-no nucceoor wa elected, "Not a buldng and loan aocaton that refuge area, even f bated, wll Fnch w^ ^^^^ m "offce. t t n Mchgan wa cloed n 1931." not necearly prevent a hare of the nntcd there wll be no further acton. o_ duck from mgratng to other marhe o t took 13 year fo~r"~a letterto travel from th^ ecretary of tate' orbce n Landng to Ann Arbor and rback: Frank D. Ftzgerald, ecretary of YoUnQ Lad Beautfully Show Lodge your Emblem* Shrn*, color carry yourxodgee^em, aonc. $2 aut<>m(>tyj Elk.., yourj:ar.radator.. K. C, Mooe, Woodmen, Beautfully etc ^, ^ 2> ^ ^ XQ Q J Varherck, ent potpad for only THE GLOBE CO., Hayfeld, MtBMMta PSYLLUM SEEK Trple cleaned JT extra fted; Blonde (whte); uperor grade betttr than black; hhry muclagnou. Natural laxatve upplyng bulk and lubrcaton. Promote normal ntetnal elmnaton wthout 111 effect. Safe, effectve; non-habt formng: eay to take. A non-drug remedy. Sxty cent pound. Fve pound, $2.50, pot- -f»d- UllWrfl, Hnx <*a31^takoma Park, D. C. FATGUE? Went Blnd When Tear tate, Frday regtraton receved a certfcate of regtraton he maled Froze On Ey S by late October, accordng to the O, J.. j bandng record. Few black duck The Naph-Sol Refnng Company, Ann Arbor. t wa marked "unclamed." Le-ter' Hck of Bertrand townhp'lne after Nov. 1. Durng September tme ago after an exploon whch cot Rob< rt Hck, the 8-year-old on of! were hot north of the Mchgan-Oho Mukegon, whch hut down a hort Where the letter remaned thee near Watervlet, mot wth an unuual'and October banded duck were re- the lve of two men, ha reumed op- \jnaay year 4 &=jny&ery^ a-t «*M ' tnro"ute" = to choolpcrrled from olly^^ eratqn. About 1,500 barre> of grudel dently came out of nddng only th onr^d'mornng a few day ago. H«November and December they were^daltymltbe run through the pknt. weak. t wa- potmarked Ann Arbor, March 17 th year,and Jackon, to chool and began to cry; the tear' that they were wdely cattered by the rel of crude ol from t^e had lot h report card on the way reported from eghteen tate, howng The refnery takng about 500 bar- Mukegon March 18. When the letter wa maled Ftzgerald wa deputy ecretary of ftate. / jut potpone t! "No t don*t have nerve.' You can't have them, and hold th ort of poton. My head ued to throb around three o'clock, and certan day, of coure, were wore than other. '"Than learned to rely on Bayer Aprn." The ure cure for any headache ret. But ometme we mut potpone t. That' when Bayer Aprn ave the day. Two tablet, and the naggng pqm «* got untl you nft h,nmft. And on<?g you are comfortable, the pan eldom return! Keep Bayer Aprn handy. Don't put t away, or put off takng t. Fghtng a headache to fnh the day may be heroc, but t alo-a lttle foolh; So acrfcng a nght' leep becaue you've an annoyng. cold, or rrtated throat, or grumblng tooth, neuralga, neurt. Xh^e tablet -alway releve. They don't depre the heart, and may be, taken freely. That medcal oppon. t a fact etablhed by the lat twenty year df medcal practce. The only cauton to he oberved when yon-are buyng aprn. Bayer genune Tablet wth the Bayer cro are «tf. The fall flght of black duck from northern Mchgan well under way tfukegon HefUnerg Reume Operaton froze on h eye, and face and he wa mddle of November. well, wh.le from 750 to 1,000 barrel blnded He wa taken to the offce Duck banded from the ame flock. beng hpped by ral from the Mt. of Dr ' Bonng of Nlc, who an- n early f^_mre_reported n Decern- Plea.-ant feld, nounced that the boy wa.ufferng ber from Louana arrd-jew Jerey, _ from temporary paraly of the eye mucle, caued from frp"zng, but he now reported to be mprovng. o Angler Fled 12,000 Creel Card Lat Year Twelve thouand cr 7 et "( enu. card, flled out durng the year 1H31 and ndcatng "fhermen' luck" now; are beng compled by the nttute for fhere of the departrrv nt of con-', nervaton reearch. The nttute wll oon make a re-' "port - 61 t? fndng atrd^wth how [ what 4ttck-ang4er-ha<lntakng-var-f more than 1,000 mle apart-.several of the banded duck were taken a far north a llno n December and Jan-, uary, ndcatng that not all northern duck pa the wnter n the far outh, a hunter.commonly beleve, Dr. Prne ay.. o Mclgalr'SlatePare Popular Even n Wnter Unprecedented wnter attendance at Mchgan'.--tate park.- beng r<fcorted by park uperntendent n charge of the park open~7toftftg~"th"< r " wnter month.. Durng the month o"f ou pece of fh at varou tme* of the y^ar and how the fh were January and the frt two week of taken. The report alo wll lt the^ February, 14,375 people vted the remark and uggeton made on the Mukegon tftate park and durng the cardltby^lermem ~ ~~ gan^p^rod Tr,^dfr-people vted- th*-- o Walyear J. Haye park n the Cedar CrOWS at Portland j Hll regon; Bloomngton park No. Prcu nf Qnnrtatnen ^ at Rocheter reported 3,540 people rrey or aporzvmen or a gjx^ week n Januarv< ^^ Lanng portmen are keepng n park fgure dvon are unuual of the accordng cone»rvaton to department and are due to the open the practce for th? duck-huntng eaon by hootng crow near the Portland j ^ ^aha^eultedn all park pggery. Thouand of thee brd beng acceble for automoble at all root near the pggery each nght. tme. There wa alo a good attendance at other tate park n Mchgan Late each afternoon the men drve out and hoot the crow. More than durng January and February. 700 of the brdajave been hot. Permon- for kllng the - o, crow wa "j gven by the tate conervaton department. Hke Mchgan Auto Law Seek Vote on Port Monroe board of upervor, on petton of Monroe redent, ha et May 12 a the date for a pecal electon on ncorporaton a a port dtrct under the tate law. ncorporaton would enable the cty to contract wth the government for R hare of the cot of~the Monroe hap-j bor development, now awatng approval of te War Department t appear prohahlethat Oho. n-j dana and two or three other mddle w<?««tern tate wll.ak ther next leglature to adopt motor vehcle law, mlar to thoe on the Mchgan tat- utc book, t announced by Secre-: tary of State Frank D. Ftzgerald. Thn 'the outcome of the reoluton adopted by th^, 1931 leglature, ak-; ng the Department of State to confer wth offcal of other tate forj the purpoe of ecurng more unform motor vehcle law n nearby tate*. M ORF than hroo thouand brth wthout a tntfe lo of ether mother or chkf! That the offcal Patt County record of Dr.. W. B. Caldwell n ffty year' Tamly practe n llno. No wonder mother have uch rnro confdence n gvng lttle one Dr. Caldwell' Syrnp Pepn! f you have a baby, you have contant need of th wonderful preparaton of pure pepn, actve f nna, and freh herb. A chld who pet th gcdtle tmulant for the tomach, lver and bowel alway ther. t keep chldren' delcate ytem from cloggng. t wll overcome the^mol tubborn The Ctzen' Mutual Automoble nurance Company of Howell, Mchgan _j a^jtauu.wjde company wfttn r-j automoble n>th^ub: rrr~ pat: o th.' tate. T-h^ eom^any htt a ^food^open AfUlar a lve agent. U^wL-pSSC:- you to wrte the home offce f you an n a poton to wrte automoble nurance. -corn-partyy ar.; of "xp*'r"ncr an< ha pad over- $8,000,000 n clam n Mchgan and n fne Shape* to contnue to gve ervce, a clam adjutment are looked after carefully by th ooceebfu! Mchgan company. ^ : : : : ^ = : ^ L.. WfU^a,:^^ =--^=: WM. E. ROBB, Secretary Howell, Mch. condton of contpaton. t buld them up, fnd nothng trke the trong cathartc that ap ther trength and energy. A coatedtongne or bad breath E the gnal Tor a poonful of Syrup Pepn. Chldren take t readl * t really delcou n 4avorV tt Take Syrup Pepn j when luggh, or budu,' or are troubled wth ek beada and no appette. Take en^ler everal day when rnn-dowtt,«ee how t pck ye* up. t a peapuea, ^,^, ^whch every drag atote hall n bg bottle, %t a* for Dr. Caldwer Symp -' '"' SF.'" *»>

8 at ^ J" ^*"*^,.ft!>t.r K * * <, ;. -. f 2".H v * -1 ^ -y. \...- v ; GOODYEAR TRADE Your opportunty to put on new Goodyear All-Weather Tre at LOWEST PRCES EVER KNOWN LEE LAYEY PXE OL STATON MCHGAN BELL TELEPHONE CO. toppng x ^3; COURT DECSON S ( SEEN AD TO BANK The fact that the tate upreme court ha held that recever of tate bank may permt the et-off of both commercal and avng depot n payment of note and oblgaton to d'unct bank wll very materally at n hatenng the ettlement of the affar of the Amercan State Savng bank. Th, tatement wa made Saturday mornng by Carl A. For, recever, who ha ad that to date approxmately $750,000 of the bank ndebtedne ha been pad nce he wa apponted recever on January 8. Tfce ahowng, Mr. For, ad reveal - 1* 'The Pnck y P»p»t<* Wednetday, Aprl t, 1932 HAMBURG Wade Bockway commtted ucde j Another party wll be held Saturday n the wood hed at h home Thurday mornng, by placng a revolver Mr. Mary E. Royce ha returned evenng Aprl 16. back of h ear and hootng hm to her home here after pendng the elf. Death wa ntantaneou, the bullet remanng n h head. Mr. Brockway wa the on of WlUaw Brockway and Mr. Sopha Cuhng Brockway and wa born on the farm where he ded n June, When a young man he wa unted n marrage wth M Franc Brown who urvve hm. H alo urvved by two on, Roy Brockway of Mt. Clemen and Ocar Brockway of Port- the co-operaton/ of thoe who owe the hank n payng ther oblgaton land, Ore., and one grand-chld. 1 rapdly a poble. The three- Funeral ervce were held at h late quarter of a mllon dollar whch. redence Saturday afternoon, Rev. haa been pad to date on the Amercan State Savng bank debt, ha ng. Bural wa n Hamburg ceme Wllam Jrome of Dexter, offcat been n part through um of cah tery. Jn,Jhe bank at the dale of recever Among thoe who attended the f?*?.-^1'? P? 5.^*, ^ -1^5^Ydujl. m{jjlcrfll were: Mr. and. Mr. ther"loan~to~ "the bank rt ^.»., _.^., Brockway of Mt Clemen, Mr. and The upreme court' "cteayon relatve to et-off wll haten payment of Mr. Curt S. Olavcr, Mr. and Mr. Mr. La Verne Cuahog, Mr. and loan to the bank for the reaon that Charle M. Rorabacher and Mr. borrower wll do ther bet to cut Lou C. Schleede of Ann Arbor; ther loan down to the amount of Mr. and Mr. Wm. Cuhng and Mr. Ward of Dextor; Alfred Lemon and depot and thu elmnate nteret charge. Recever are permtted to ff-et depot only at uch tme a v.e borrower ha cut h debt to the bank down to the amount of depot n the bank at the date the nttun cloed t' door. ouana or dollar n depot n the Amercan State Savng bank may be appled n th way a toon a borrower have cut ther loan to the amount of ther ndvdual depot. M Maron Lemon and' Mr. and Mr. Howard J. Bal of Webter; Mr. and Mr. Herbert Doane of South Lyon, Mr. and Mr. Roy Croman of Detrot and Wllam 0. Armtrong ftf p^ntg/- t thought the ucde wa due to depondency caued by ll health. Wth the predent, Mr. J^me W. Fcvthtrly predng, the Lade Guld ot St. Stephen' Epcopal church held t regular meetng at. Some have already done th pad ther loan n full, and are now free! O.O. F. hall, Monday afternoon, wth of nteret charge. A of Saturday, Aprl fl, 4,500 'depotor* a pood Attendance. The regular bune eon wa held. t wa voted to of the defunct bank had.fl- hold a ewng bee at the home of ed-ekm Long lne of -chrmrms Mr. Wllam H. Keedle Thurday afternoon. The next regular meetng have clogged the bank corrdor ^oe the notce wa made publc th»t wll be held at the home of Mr. clam hould be fled. Expraton Bert N. Haght Thurday afternoon, date for flng clam "et "for - Junto May~5. Mr.-Eml J. Kuchar conduct- \ 2l_^Lanng State Jouma vd a drawng contet, the bet artt and Edward Hurley. Guet were preent from Ann Arbor, Detrot, Dexter, Brghton, Whtmore Lake, \ Webter, Northfeld, and Hamburg. wnter wth her on and daughter-nlaw, Mr. and Mr. Leon B. Royce, and her daughter, Mr. Harry J. Murphy and famly. Wllam H. Keedle and Ruell Galatan went to Detrot Saturday to vt Mr. Galatan' ter, MeJ Jane Murray and Sopha C. Galatan, returnng home Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Ray Brockway of Mt. Clemen have been pendng a few day wth Mr. Brockway' mother, Mr. Wade Brockway havng been called here by the death of Mr. Brockway' father. Contnued from frt page. PNCKNEY BANK CLOSES year they can draw out another lo per cent and o on untl at the end of fve year they would have t all. Th plan ha been adopted n the Yplant, -Salne and Brdgewater bank n Wahtenaw county whch cloed lat fall nnd they have all reopened and are dong bune agan. n our opnon the latter plan the only one. Th would pay 100 cent on a dollar n tme whle the wrecker method of a recever would be lucky to net 40c on a dollar. n the meantme the wtwtr bank- ng department n charge but thoe who have afety depot boxe wll be allowed acce to them every day. WANTED MEN Age 18 to 45 to prepare for Governmen Work. Th dtrct, Wahngton D. C. Qualfcaton ntervew granted by wrtng Mr. Brookner, Box CS-30 th paper. Gve addre. FOR totoc. SALE Eatng and n *.» > m. N THE MEMORY The mportance o the funeral le c memory pcture that reman wth thoe Through the long year they wll recall f th hour a the fnal partng wth a loved one. For that reaon, we do all that we can to make th acred rte mpreve and ublme. P. H.SWARTHOUT FUNERAL* HOME-' CKN ^JMONE NO. JSp WANTS, FOR SAUL. 1TC beng M^ Bee Zolman. The ladre'erved ~. ro"at~pork dnner preedto do all knd of motcr reparng tme of ervce. $1.50 booked." J- - MOTOR REPARN'GllT am prepar FOR SfmCE^Hdltenutll.OOr " ^T^gler. THE SEATCH ^OO-PER YEAR DURNG APRL, 1 ceedne the meetng, whch wa well and rewndng. Prce rght. Charle Campbell - Durng tlm month of Aprt-wt^-wUl attended. Marvn Shrey WANTKD^to borrow y r fofl nn n. accept new ubcrpton and renewal for $4T00 per yearx Now the -Clfford Eroggman7 Robert Dllwajr, Lee Bennett, Manly W. Bennett, TORSALE Young turkey gobbler. come property n Pnckney. Bonn* 7 Alo eme No. 1 tmothy-hay. J pe_r cent, _ MUSCAL PROGRAM TO BE PREtme to get your ubcrpton fxed Uaph Holme, Jame Noeker, Robert-] SENTED FRDAY EVENNG H. BarkovtZ (Beebe farm) Box 108 up. Sftnth and Ruell Smth and Mr. and t hoped that a good crowd wll FOR RALE Good eatng potatoe. ttr. Charle. Bennett attended the be preent th Frday evenng at the FOR SALE Fordoh tractoa AUo Doody & Sherdy (Monk farm) Mr. Mary Jenkn and M Florence Tupfer of Flnt vted at the R. h'jgh chool Howell Monday evenng. "Flornda," potatoe (3 mle north Pnckney) BV)y Scout Court of Honor at the Communty Hall to ee the operetta Bronze turkey torn and early OhJo G. Webb homo Sunday. A urtpt enjoyable meetng wa held The operetta baed on WAM'ED_Wood tn hll 75r t*er- Cecl Rnberta, HowettJtPad- Ralph Holme wa promoted to a 1t J tale of the ame name. A hour. Alo tree trmmng and graft-j ClalR Scout and Jame Noekor paed ht tet a a. tpndprfoot The May J ^.jtch w lot n the foret. She ^ng at reaonable rate. BABY CHCKS rher nto a -EarlGraHu^Pftckney court-of honor wll be held at Hayfc- Whte leg^rng, Wbtr -gtc7~ Fnally through the effort of her brother and the help of the far- " '^ ^. 0^ 12r and Barred Rock^ Wyandotte Rcdg mr~one e he retored to her natural g * mcubator - Alo de deuvery hay and Orphngton, $8.00 per hundred. fw - - kc* _ Cutom hatchng $2.50 per_hwh- Tcket are ^c" <2oc eac. each: Reervedt Keerv " Jokfl-Haaenchat- \ over n-ghl J at ' the lotrl, Dorothy. found your name n the telephone book -& V>l..r from ou -of-town, a» wclll l«c*t Mvml* and at-cfuan lance, can locate you eaeuy f your name h n the telephone w drectory. Bolh nu-n and w<nm n (nd hal hmvng, ther h) he telephone drectory often prove** name a valuable l**nt' aet, a^o. And. n cmrrme«', aud ag fre, accdent or u<!d('! ckc, your telephone m^m^m onah'h you lo ummon help mmc<uatcly. Hdrman, Reaon REAL ESTU?'G HROCER farn:,ke«dentan' Pn>perty nta -&ak«m.'^kr Prce Reaonable-Work Guaranteed Howefl Upholterng Co. J. LARDE Frontager. Specalty aja have ctfy property to trade Furnture Reparmf atul Rcfuahng Work called tot and dettwezed ftetawfe HCn., ^ Phone No* XFlVJ Byron foad ^ llowc^ Md. land. The Hoy Scout met n regular J eon n L-O.-O, F-^ hall Wedneday J wth Roxy Martn of Ann Arbor nj charge. Further tet were paed for advanced mert badge, and the play "Conr'^g Clean''_ whch wl be gven^ n the near future wa reheared.the peronel of the play Lee Bennett, Manly W. Bennett, Clfford- Broegman, Robert Dllway, Robert Holm A Lttle Man Suy, Lttle Suy e, Alger Lee, Robert Smth and Cradle Song Ruell Smth. Hamburg Hve No. 3!»2, Lady L^^ ojapaukt Maccabee met rh - regular ^on^lj^gg^j.ojg f lx, ]n O. O. F. hall Tueday afternoon. The man" commander, Mr. Emly Kuchar, preded at th<j regular bune eon. For good of the order Mr. Mldred Whtlock erved candy. Mr. Elza- - beth Houghton held a~dothc_pl race and Mr. Glady Lee conducted a brd gueng contet, frt prze beng won by M Jule Adele Ball, econd by Mr. da A. Knapp. Thoe who wll act for good of the orderxat the next meetng are Mr. JcnnH Shannon, Mr. Florence Kby and "Mr. OTary~Dyer7 ~ The dancng party gven by Hamburg Lodge, N. 438,. O. O. F. Saturday evenng wa largely attended and a mot enjoyable one. Muc wa furnhed by Mr. Bert N. JJ&fh-t-J-J. layj\ex_jo(: Colln WELFARE ROAD REPORT Frank eed por Mower Beat are ten cent extra and are on ale at the Drug Store. Anythng made ovor expene* -wll be gtven-to the Senor cla of hgh chool. Fol- lowng the progran : Humperdnck Humperdnck Brahm Prmary and ntermedate Choru ^^rjjary -Katuna "Tab of Hoff- Offenbach Strnged ntrument Cla. Walk the Plank, a prate quall-rch Hgh.School and ntermedate Hoy Chef Frtz Gardner Mato --T7TTT7--. KrhV Voln Solo, Sprng Song.. Rubnten Vctor Robert: Accompant...Con- Etane Darvow. "FLORNDA" or the Roe and Pearl Marzo. Flornda Evelyn Hcndee Fortuna Clare Ledwdge Vala~ ~~~.~"... 1~...".'~~.\. Madge Jack Yorngal Marjore Hendee Frt Far>" Loretta Dek Frt Wtch... Wla Meyer Choru of Wtche and Fare Accompr.nt^Rfta Young Sct-ne: A Frfre.^ ; Xffle; Preent The followng the report of work receved by the' townhp of jyngalon county,wjadb--dowjjjat Butnara ha receved, more than 4U quota-of road 'work.-t-hre re [)urt c ovm~wortc: To"The r h^^gt\t of ApnT 2, 1932, except one week of the Handyde Co., whch would ncreae the amount of work n Brghton townhn, Brghton Cty and Hartland, motly Hartland: Precnct Brghton Brghton Cty Cohoctah Conway Deerfeld (Jenoa Green Oak Hamburg Handy Hartland Howell Howell Cty lo9vo Maron Oceola Putnam Tyrone Unadlla' Total 8, ,9 ST) 3, ,7:13 2, ,362 3, , , , , ,992 2, , ,082 3, ,698 2,196 Vr Cent.054 plu.073 mnu.047 mnu.040 plu.033 plu.064 mnu.058 phw-.057 mnu.093 mnu.030 plu.037 plu.161 mnu.037 plu.thro plu.045 plu.054 mnu.026 mnu.032 plu Enttled To.034 mnu.0-^7 plu.055 mnu.048 plu.036 plu.039 plu.035 plu.034 plu.105 plu.044 plu.040 plu.190 mnu.030 plu.068 plu.040 plu.048 j>lu.042 plu.045 mnu The tt;tal repreent the hour of work, and the two per centage, what thev were enttled to and what they receved. Your truly, M, J[. Hoel WANTED-Ahe Grarel and drt to m H. C. Vedder "^ FOR SALE.Cem.ent block, 6, 8 and 12 nche n thckne. At my! farm near State Sanatorum. Geo. E. Daley, Howell, Mch. PHP SALf P-mtum nnd ErrrflH eed corn, trawberry plant, lght '.vagon, "lectrc pump. W. C. Hendec FOR SALK-.28 heep.26 ewe and 2 buck. Alo 2 yr. old brood ow, due Aprl 18 and one turkey gobler. Gfc. Farker, R. 3, PLnckney FOR SALE.._Two door.-*, 5 feet by eght feet j 1 tarway; two by four; hplap; x ron frame wndow; 1 6 ft. bathtub; 1 front apron wah tand - _ Telephone 35F24_ Frank Plako WANTEB Wahng to do. ^^ Wm. Darrow n the hnd. BABY CHCKS_-New low prce on or, chck. 5,: and up. Started chck two week rd lcc. Barred and Whte Rock, Wyandotte Pullet 8 Week bd" odc each. Arrowhead Poultry Farm Howell, Mchgan ».. FOR SALE^Sparton mproved Barley. A'o eed corn. George Grcner WANTLD_ Houe cleanng and wahng to do. Prce to pleae. Mra. Ralph Plummer Pnckney, Mch. FOR SALE Eatng Potatoe. ^ Ruell Bokrog FOR SALE_Second ye*r Wlder current buhe, npected and paed by State Dept. of Agrculture, 50e per doz., $3.00 per 160, $2.50 per 100 n lot of 200 or more. Wll take corn, oat, or wheat'n exchange. A. E. ValSlambrook A Son FOR RENT Houe and 1 to 20 acr. c of-land, one ratle from lake, good _ J market for truck gardenng. ^eg&zzgooe, jduck and turkey hatchng $6.00 per hundred eg;. Brooder 20 per cent dcount Oakland Hll Poultry Farm, "" " Farnmrgton, Mch.»mmmmmKmmmM, m, H,,^ Cah & Carry Day at Mack^ Sat, Aprf 16 Saturday, hundred of eaonable, hgh qualty tem from the ent tore, wll be aembled n the Downtar Store_a_and f you pay re -CASH ah~d""carry them away yourettfno delverng), you wll pay be able to ecure them at almot cot prce! Do not mgg th plendd opportunty to SAVE. 'jp' Here are a few of the many bargan for Saturdaf^- f 70c BOYS' KNCKERS... of cotton and wool, dark color, ze 6 S to 14 7'Jc BOY'S 49c tvle of d K? N? F?K. S? R PLAY SUTS.-Hp-over "one-pece ert 4 to 8. th n W or dark bue '. r P- Sze TOc.49c. whte canva,2palrj 15c TALORED CURTANS OF LOVELY CHU NET. 33 nche wde, - 2½ yard long. Lat year th ame curtan old for $ c S 35c RAG RUGS, nteretngly patterned and colored. Sze 1^x36 3 nche 19c «- Ste MARQUSETTE CURTANS... neatly''talored of fne ecru g marquette, 2 yard 6 nche long. 36 m-hm wrf» 55c = 39c NFANTS WHTE OUTNG GOWNS, button front, 2 for,...25c f n.t9~ CHLDREN'SLTNENDRESSES...pleated mm houlder, S patel color, trmmed wth whte lnen, lace and hemttchng... 89c 39c GAY CRETONNE^_guaranteed Bunfat and wahable-~p-ytty S pattonww ^6 nche wde. Ateo ome^hort endn ehng- regularly at 19c a yard _ 27c S-T^or- ^MENSJbU^Da^CH^ S cd hem, 6 for 49c $3.00 MEN'S SWEATERS, guaranteed 100 o o vrgn wool, ;,:r.y, blue and brown heather color. Sze 36 to 46 $ c TAPESTRY SQUARES, rchly colored and degned,cverul pat- U;rn. Sze 25x25 nche 86c or 3 for $1.00 one WOMEN'S SHOES, $1.75. 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