Newspaper Page Text
thfelay; Nov.' 21, 1921- '
-THE ALMA - RECORD- PACE Til HER .1 4 0 mm - MEETIHG tN6tyG CONFERENCE CERTAIN f.Vfol ATTRACT; HEALTH OFr i nCERS AND NURSES. Manning, .Nov. 23 The chance to .jljKJ ( motive, rather than an inter 'eitfnf . convention week, will bring raoe th,an 300 health officers and (iriea'from every county in the state tVin.e f Health . Conference to be held H f rising from Nov. 28 to Dec. 2 fAidepthe auspices of the Michigan cjijjtrtment of health and the Mich ijf(irubHc Health Association. Few people have thrust upon them 4VTjnga lifetime- the responsibility thel health-officer and nurse face cfiUy," said Dr. R. M. Olin, commis rionVr of health, in commencing upon tne -conference, the first of its kind to bVlUld in the state. ! '.'Chances of preventing death cpne;to the public health worker with t&rtling frequency," he continued, ."tynv hte ' decisions and policies rests rWh of the , vital welfare of every community. To cure the individual this; if the field of the practicing phy f(ciaTj ;. to assist in keeping the com njtjnjty from being composed of sick individuals that is the function of the! public worker. The conference next ; week should show tangible re sult' in health protection throughout thftate." ' When the local health representa tives 'arrive in Lansing Monday they ttJWl find everything in readiness for th v "short-term course" on disease control and health promotion which has v been arranged for the definite needs of Michigan communities. Na tSbnikl. health authorities, as well as foremost men and women of the state; will appear on the conference faculty. Local Happenings OJTeraely Told - -A (.' Charles H. Goggin was in Stanton cm"' business Monday. You 'wil 1 find the best bread in Butier Cup wrappers 02tfc 4;, Mgr.; and Mrs. Walter -Brown spent Sunday in" Ithaca visiting friends, f HjowArd Holmes of Mt. Pleasant wk(in'ithe city on business Monday. ;V George Titus left Monday for Che boygan to spend Thanksgiving with hV $on. ' t trl, E. G. Sluyter, osteopathic phy ftJdin,, S,tate Savings Bank Building, Alma, both phones. 67-tf : James G. Kress of Ithaca, judge of pfobatc of Gratiot county, was in the city; on business Monday morning. l;B6th the public schools and college closfl.'today for the Thanksgiving va c'Atibn'Uftd will re-open the first of thftUveek. . . lffc E. Elliott . and Allen Highfield Were among those .from Alma who iUehded the Minnesota-Michigan fanfe f Ann Arbor Saturday. .times .Hale !bf Wyandotte spent the 4eeki end in Alma, and attended the Litik Sigma banquet and the Kalama-id-Alma football game Saturday. KProfessor Roy Hamilton of Alma College'-was among .those from this Jfcityl who attended the Minnesota fttcnigan game at Ann Arbor Satur c. : . . Tanlac is purely vegetable and is makV from the most beneficial roots, hbs. and barks known to science. Lbok-Paterson Drug Co. advertise rheVi' ' l'Trie; Fortnigntly Society of the Pieibyterian church will meet with MfsF. N. Notestein, 627 West Cen ter 'street,. Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 29,at3:00 o'dbek.. V SI.' Alma Shrine No. 26 W. S. of J. willi hold a ceremonial Tuesday. No- nber v29 Dinner will be served at 6:30 p. m. Candidates and members ire urged to be present in time dinner, which will be fifty cents per plate: ; ' . The second monthly trade extension iale 'of the Alma Retail Merchants Btlreau came to a close today. The second 'sale, like' the first, has met with a .good success, and has ben pleasing jiot only, to the shoppers of this section of the state-but to the business men of the city as well. -jNtayor 'Charles R. Murphy, City Manager; William .E. Reynolds, and "Orvjlle t Allen have, returned from flteir' hunting .trip to Ontonagon dounty,fithe. latter returning Saturday avenrng and ,the two city officials. on Mofiaay evening. Each of the three rftyrped with a decr.. Allen was the most fortunate of the three,' getting his jdeer, the, first, day of he season. DAVIS DISTRICT ' KIVEKDALK Rev. and Mrs. H. R. Strong and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Strong took' in the play at Elwcll Friday evening. Mrs. S. Berry of near Sumner is visiting her daughter, Mrs. L. M. Forquer. Mrs. Norman Brownridge was called to Alma last week on account of the serious illness of her niece, Mrs. Bernice Jennings. Henry Yieter of Grand Rapid.; vis ited friends in this vicinity last week. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Locry spent Thursday in Owosso, guests of Dr. and Mrs.-Claude I'arKinsin. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bywater and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Carmer .pcnt Wednesday evening and Thursday in Owosso, guests of Doctor and Mrs. Claude Parkinson. Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Highfield ami Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moblo ami son Donald, attended the entertainment given by the Ladies' Aid Society of the M. E. church at Elwcll last Friday evening. Clifford Ellicott of Toronto, Out., is a guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ellicott. He is also visit ing friends in Alma for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Howe and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Warren Van Leuvcn. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Wiley and daughter, Beatrice, of Alma were Sunday visitors at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wolfgang. Mrs. Jessie Lapaugh visited friends at Shepherd last Sunday. Miss Laura Sadler of Alma was a guest of Mrs. Win, Parks Saturday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clair Sturde vant, Tuesday, Nov. IT), a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Strong 'of Shep ardsvillc were . week end guests of Rev. and Mrs. H. R. Strong. Mrs. Ashley Lapaugh and son spent several days last week with relatives near Lansing. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Jacques and children of Alma were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Jacques Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Uattles and son, Vincent, visited relatives near Mt. Pleasant Sunday. Mrs. Win, Parks has returned from her visit with relatives at Flint. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Britten spent ki'.nday with thoir son, Claude and wife north of town. Mr. and Mrs. Max Maurof north of town entertained the following guests at dinner Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. George Lapaugh, Mr. and .Mrs. Ashley Lapaugh and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Green and daughter, Hazel. Doctor and Mrs. Melvin Budge and children of Ithaca were over Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs, John Hall. Mr. and Mrs. George Guilds were Alma visitors "Tuesday. George Allen of Wheeler wa. in town Tuesday on business. Henry Holland has accepted a po sition in a drug store in Grand Bap ids. Harold Whittcmore has returned from Lansing. John Hall is seriously ill at his home south east of town. Mrs. Braekson Kohait visited rela tives at St. Louis Saturday. Harry Palmer of Stanton was in town Monday on business. . Mr. and Mrs. Chas Whittcmore and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jessse Rockwell north of Klwell, Thursday. Miss Dagmar VanAlstine who at tends Mt. Pleasant Normal i pent the week end ,with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. VanAlstine. Mrs. Nile Hamp and son are living in Alma. Mrs. Agnes Crawford of Brecken ridge spent ' several days last week with her daughter, Mrs. Millard Hop kins. V Mr. and Mrs. A. VanAlstine and daughter, Donna, spent Sunday with relatives near Shepherd. Miss E. Taylor of Mt. Pleasant va;; an over Sunday guest of Miss Telia Van Alstine. Mrs. Bernice Buzzerd and Mm of Alma visited friends in this vicinity Sunday. Quite a number from EI well and Sumner attended the dance at ( has. Green's Saturday evening. K Mr. and Mrs. James Fisher pent ! the week end with relatives near Sumner. Mr. and Mrs. Max Maurof and son, James, spent la.-t Sunday at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Lapaugh, southeast of town. Ovid Seaman and Boy Strong were Grand Rapids visitors Friday. Mrs. B. Nelson of Saginaw was an over Sunday guo.st of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle, Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson enter tained relatives from Sumner Center and llm Nail Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. T. J. Carney, Miss Francis Ditkinson, and AlUn Iliuli ficld of Alma were guests jf Dr. and Miv. E. M. IlighfieM Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Gould visited relatives at Alma Sunday. W'm. Gilliert of Bay City was in n town Tuesday "M husiness. soripitbi; ! Psalms 107:1-K () gie thrmks unl' tlie Lord, fur h is good: for his mercy edtireth fu evcr. Let the redeemed of the Lord : ay so, whom he hath redeemed from the' hand of the evetuy. I And ;.:tl.t red them out of the lands, from the east and from the west, from the noith, and from the south. They wandered in the wildeniesr, in a solitary way: they found no city to dwell in. Hungry and thirsty their soul fainted iit them. Then tbey cried unto the Lord in their trouble, and he delivered them out of their distresses. And he l"d them forth by the right way, that they might go to a city of hahitat ion. Oh that men would prai-e the Loid for his goodness, and for his wondei l:l works to the children of men. For he satisficth the longing soul, and filleih the hungry soul, with goodness. Will he pleased to figure on your plumbing and heating needs. Lar.-.e stock of fixtures at special prices.. Telephone 111. Shop, XU Woodwoi th. advertisement tf. Bring your beans to Alma Roller Mills. Top prices and fair pick. Bean-9 dept. equipped with new machinery.- l'J-tfe We can do it if it is in the print ing line. The Alma Record. adver tisement 10-3w IEFFERC J$ SAGINAW SUN., WON., TUES., WED. Uov. 27-8-9 & 30 DAYS ONLY ATTRACTION EXTRAORDINARY 'J he Original Horare Goldi'.! tcr.-aor!. a-i played at the T n tde. Detroit, of lh "tcati-sl and niot thriil'ug illtiMoa o! all time. ill IN HALF No Tra ps Mirror- or Spct i.il Sets So Diaholii ally Realistic as to la.ike om gaq and thrill with amacnient. The Talk of J Continents PA K WIOLM i k n BLS : HfC ACTS FN ALL.", M ConlimuHis 2 lo ." 7 fo 11 jf& Beguktr Jeflers Prices Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Brown are the proud parents of a five pound girl. Wm. Harper, is the new mail car rier on route 1. The next dance at" the hall will be a masquerade December 1. Clare Foster and family spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. C. Andrews near Ithaca. Mrs. C. Dean is quite sick with a complication of diseases . Mrs. May Baker of Lansing and Mrs. Emma Casler of Eaton Rapids are caring for their mother, Mrs. Mary Witherell, who fell and dis located her shoulder a week ago. Mr. and Mrs. H. Young and mother Mrs. Merwin and Mr. and Mrs. John Baker spent Sunday at the home of Peatl Beard in Newark. ' . Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Houscr, Wm. Harper and family visited Sunday in Alma with Mr. and Mr. W. Wise. Market GOOD QUALITY ItKillT I'ltlCKS FREE DELIVERY ON ALL OUDLHS r,(c AND OVER Short Ribs of Beef lb 10c Kettle roasts, lb 13-I0c Round steak, lb 25c Hamburger Bteak, lb 17c Fork Steak, lt l."H- Fork shanks, lb r . ..!c Tork in pickle, lb lOc-loc Sausage, lb 18c Bacon, sugar-cured, lean, II) Corned beef, lonelews, lb ISc Lard, home rendered, J and 10 lb lots lL'c Smoked ham, naif or whole, lb - LV Smoke ham huts, -l-fl lbs, lb fie Veal chops, It) 'J.r)c-.,0c Kettle roasts, lb 'J'Jc Veal for stewing, good quality lb iac-lKc Fowls and spring chickens, lb L,0c-2."c Genuine spring lamb, well fat ted, chops, roasts and stews Lake trout, lb 2-V I'Ikt'c, full cream, lb 25c Milk, t'll can lie Kan.-,a;; Dread flour, hot qual ity : hort patent per bid. If.S.'iO P'T :'ack $1.0.", a lb. sack I'rc paicd l'aiaake Flour :;').' ti lbs. corn meal .V' (linger Snaps, 2 lbs 2."c Sugar, per cwt $;.'27t Ivaro Syrup 10 lb pail f.Or .Macaroni .' lbs i7c Duller crackers, best final in box lots ' , 1211c Feadics in syrup, No. 2!j can 20c ('oliVe in bulk, xgood values lb 27c, oc, ;re. Palm Olive Soap, bars for 2i"e (iood mixed candy, lb .T 20c WE ARE IN THE MARKET FOR LIVE STOCK, POULTRY, BUTTER AND EfJfIS SBC THE HUSK STORK O Dins .4 .--; tu o V jrll IIS o We arc selling Value iwt Price Price alone means nothing, Ws value lhal counts , 10-inch Ottoman in Navy, Brown, (JJO Ulack and Copenhagen v 10-inch fine quality wool French Serge in NavX) Krown, Black, Green (JO OK unci White 1 1-inch fine quality French Serge extra value at ' $1.98 47-inch Black Velvet very fine quality suitable for Dresses,' Suits, Jumpers '(0 ;4C.UU and blouses What Docs the 'Puhlir Want Quality of Mvrvluuulixr cad Sane Prices SILKS ,'G-in. Taffeta in all popular :'!;. I'm tall and winter, there arc different jiia;:lir in n well as in all other artirbv, Imt t(' - f r" quality we carry is a . c: at Silk Mescalines in extra jv(,.,d quality in all the most po wide at most Dooulai shades. :.i-i;!'-!a ?, re Another quality liO-inches wid-- i.n & A ftTX all the staple shades at DAINTIEST RIBBONS YOU EVER SAW Attractive uitts which can be made of Ribbons Shower Rosettes Garters Shoe Trees Coat Hangers Boudoir Slippers Sachet Bags and Caps Camisoles Lamp Shades Hand-bags The Opportunity The Time To Buy Cretonnes for MrtLhtfj Christmas (lifts Wltiei' o Popular A complete assort ment of light or dark Cretonnes so suitable for aprons, drapes, cushions, comforts, and all kinds of fancy work ' 'I GIVE USEFUL GIFTS WarmVinter Weight Wool Hose Women's fine (uality Silk and Wool, drop stitch style Hose in brown or green heath- fl0 QC er, or all brown $LtLO Medium weight wool drop stitch I lose, our bst C 1 QC p I it. VP lb-r Xeat appearing wool Heather llo.se, beautiful soft fine tiQrs giuge material EVERYBODY NEEDS ONE! Gel One for Dad ami Keep Kim Dry! 1 7 t T ?. ,' I f j l make a fni yi ! ! . We have theni in pia'ii ale! I'.m'-y Ivory handle.-, ai" 1 tip much cheaper ! 1 : ' , v last year. Show Mother A Good Time This Christmas 1 Warm restful house slippers for every- .jj body choice of our assort- ( 4 QQ mcnt, all colors 4 Values All The Time! Wonderful showing Men's kt'.e i style Neckties. Buy Dad a Christmas present for 69c t 4 Durable Yet Dressy Strap Wrist Sucdc9 $1.69 Very handsome strap wrist Imported Suede Gloves, in' Beaver, (4 and Brown, at 41 "WW 2 Clasp Mocha Gloves, 89c This is a fine quality, neatly made and is warm for winter QQf Price Www White Chamoisctte Gloves These arc odds and ends, but all ' Wool Gaunlleis, SIJ.) Fine quality vi'"l, . nrl and full fa- lii"ii' ! I' i shade::, ju.-t the t liw ; winter wrar .'it i'Ii ! (iiif, (7, 1 7R. V A I : . i f VAN RAALTE LA Wool atiitil!cli, .S7.1'.T $ 1 25 This is a n-gnlar ! : ' ing, gauntli t wi i t Children' Gnunih-l ('hu es .S7..? ftnd 7 He good quality and they're selling at Silk Gloves Mothers are buyiii.T t' f before ba ve ;;lo e l' i i: . in Pa own or ( it ( ' ri 1 it 1 1 i. IJrown. ' '!' ", never ! . .- Pi' : ".I nil V a v. ( a -e- and These Shoes $ Made to Sell for $15 to $18, at MM Ml I. This is our final wind-up of our Hitfh Heel Shoe.'. They arc wonderful shoes and they won't last long at the prirr we arc asking lots of women arc buying two and three pair. - you can have a Military heel put on at the Shoe Shop (Q O p as many arc doing don't wait until you size is gone j Firee Aunctiom Sale Every Saturday at 2:30 p. nu in front of Alma Roller Mills P EPT. I y h h Alma, Michigan