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Thursday, .Tunp 15, 1922 '
PAGE TENT -THE AT.MA RFrORD- - SUMNER Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cleverdon and son. Fred. Miss Mildred and Carl Leonard, all motored to Big Rapids Sunday to spend the day with their ton who is employed there. Mr. and Mrs. T. Lnni spent Sun day with Mrs. Lang's mother near Vestaburir. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Forquer left Sunday for a weeks outing at lug einA Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Kue Church of Flint are visiting at the home of the lat ter's parents, Mr. and, Mrs. Strict land. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Tonlin and son William, Mrs. A. Gorton and grand son, visited relatives in Kcmus bat urdav and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Vet Heron, and Mr and Mrs (Jus Heron of Alma were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs I. F. Tucker. The Quarterly meeting of the F M. Church closed Sunday evening Baptismal services were held in the afternoon at which twenty-iour con verts were baptized and later taken into the church. Cecil Johnson of Alma was a busi noas raller here Monday. Mrs. C. L. Booth of North Star came 'Monday to assist in Forquer store last week. Miss Vance Woodard called on her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. James Hildreth Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. I. O. Hunt and Howard McClenathan were in Alma on business Tuesday. Mrs. S. Cleverdon and son, Fred were in Ithaca on business Friday. The Ladv Maccabees gave a sur prise party on Mrs. Clyde Smead Thursday afternoon. A dainty luncheon was served and all reported a iollv crood time. I). J. Ayers was a business caller in Ferris Center the first of the week. Miss Vida Church has gone to El well to heln care for her sister, Mrs Chas Havens who has returned from Brainerd Hospital at Alma. Vm. Phillips and daughter, Mrs Gee and two children, Frances and Howard, and Mr. and Mrs. D. J Ayers were Sunday callers at the Smead home. Mr. and Mrs. Theron Butler visit ed the former's brother in Reed City the first of the week. Chas. Booth of North Star was a Friday caller in town. L. M. Forquer of Rivcrdale visits rplat ivrs horn Fridav and Saturday 'Miss Sidanna Phillips is working in Rivcrdale. Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips are hanging paper in Alma. Wm. Kirker living west of town had the misfortune to have his team run away while planting beans Sat urday. They were headed for the barn runninc into a comer of the house. "When they were stopped the plahter was completely demolished and Mr. Kirker will need some re oairs on his house. Rev. 'Mudge of Ashley gave the Memorial, address for the I. (). C). r. and Rebecca's here Sunday afternoon which was well attended. rrom here they went to the Spencer and Ferris Center cemeteries to decorate the graves of their departed mem bers'. ' " ' ' - Mrs.' Mary Bailey.' and daughter, Mrs. A. Mudge and Miss Lthel Aus tin of Ashley attended the Memorial services here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. .Woods and children of Shepherd called on old friends here while on their way to Crystal, Sunday. VESTABURG The Vestaburg athletic team will meet the Trufant baseball team in Vestkburg on June 17.' Mr.' and Mrs. Ed. Harding of St. Louis were Thursday visitors at the store of her brother, Elton Horn beck. . Maxine and Thelma Hornbeck spent the past week at the home of their aunt, Mrs". E. Harding, of St. Louis. Ronald Whitney accompanied by Arnold Greenhoe and Audley Caris autoed to Alma Monday. Every available automobile in Ves taburg was in use Sunday when word came of the big fire in Rivcrdale, everyone who could possibly do so, going there to see the blaze. Mr. and Mrs. David Manley and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Findsen with, the former's mother went to Lansing Thursday and after spending the day there with rela- ativce, Mrs. Manley and Mrs. Zinn . left for the west, the former to visit her son at Salt Creek, Wyoming, and the latter to visit her son in Colo rado. Verne Hornbeck and children of Remus spent Thursday here with his brother, Elton. .The 'I. O. O. F. and -Rebekahs of VestabuTg held their memorial ser vice Sunday afternoon at the Church of Christ. Rev. V. Hendricks preached the memorial sermon, after which the lodges went to Richland cemetery and decorated the graves of the departed members. Stanley Langdon and family of Al ma visited Sunday at the home of his cousin, Mrs. William Piffer. Charlotte Greer has gone to It haca to visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Downs and baby of Elwell were Sunday visitors at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Sprague, A.'F. Wood of near Riverdale was a Sunday guest at the home of Mrs. William Piffer. Mrs. Jennie Greer entertained rel atives from Ithaca Sunday. Harry Owen of Pontiac was here 'to attend Mrs. Cumming'f funeral Thursday. , Mr. aN Mrs. S'tward Cox and daughter of Saginaw were here Thursday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Cummings and visited at the home of her sister, Mrs. E. O. Dyer. A daughter has been born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Curis, ariving, Monday, June .12. An ice cream social will be held by the Christian Endeavor of. the Church of Christ Saturday evening, June 17. Blough. Mrs. Jennie Caszatt s entertained over Sunday her cousinVi, Mr. and Mrs. Z. Dyer, and their grandson of Flint. HRECKENRIDGE Mr. ar.d Mrs. John Swope and Mrs. Agnes E. Crawford motored to River dale Sunday to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. Millard Hopkins. The Odd Fellows and Rebekah memorial services were held in the Odd Fellow's hall, Sunday afternoon at .'5 o'clock. Rev. Masters of St Louis, Pastor of the Baptist church delivered the address. After the services the members marched to the cemetery and decorated the graves of the departed brothers and sisters. Mrs. Alex Mitchell of Kansas, formerly of this place, was a caller in town Saturday. The Children's day exercises were held in the Congregational church Sunday evening with an appropriate program. A large crowd was in at tendance. Two classes were grad uated out of the primary department. At the close of the exercises, seven small children were baptised by the pastor, H. W. Stillman. During a severe electrical storm which visited this vicinity Friday evening at 7 o'clock, lightning struck and killed Mr. Thomas Hat- tis. Mr. Hattis had just gone out to shut the chicken house door and was returning to the house when near the back porch a bolt ofHight- ning fell killing him instantly. He was quite badly disfigured and his clothing and chest were badly burn ed. Mr. Hattis was about 78 years old and has been a resident of Breck enridge for thirty-five years. For a great many years ho has been the sexton at the Breckenridge cemetery. He is survived by a wife and -six childien, Frank Hattis of Brecken ridge, Mrs. Clara Sweet and Stanley and Charles Hattis of Grand Rapids, Mrs. Rose Slimmer and Miss Bessie Hattis of Breckenridge. The funeral services were held Monday afternoon. During the severe storm of Friday evening, lightning struck the resi dence of 'Mr. Will Edgar, tearing off the plaster on a snece 0 feet hhrh and 4 feet wide. It tore the" bottom panel off the screen door, broke a window glass and bdew of fsome sid ing from the house. Over at the farm home of Ix.vis Gillis, his son Carl and Mrs. Gillis received quite a severe shock while a horse and hog were knocked down. Mr. George Huntoon has purchased a new Maxwell touring car of Gors- line and Zuker. Mrs. Carmen Fairbanks and little daughter, Donna, of Winterset, Iowa, are visiting her mother, Mrs. W. O. atson. , The Misses Marie and Hilda Neff- zigger have purchased a new Ford Sedan. ELWELL Theodore Strack is reported as better at this writing. Marlie Slinirluff had the misfor tune to injure his leg while playing ball and is confined at home. Mrs. Auirust Lindstorm and Mrs. Carl Kyes were Alma callers Tues day. Wm. Gee was in A ma ucsday. Harvey Delling was an Alma cal- Tler Wednesday evening. Mrs. Charles fclinjrluff attended the funeral of Mrs. Alex Carnihan at St. Louis last week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Murnhv and daughter,, Doris were Alma callers Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hutchinson. Mrs. Archie Fairchild and son. Wen dell, and Mrs. C. E. Fairchild and daughter Lois, were Alma callers Wednesday evening. Wm. Ball is visiting at Wm. Gee's. Mrs. Doris Slingluff spent the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Vibber and daughter, Lorena, were Alma callers Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Murnhv were in Sumner one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. H. Ohmer and babv returned to Yale Monday after visit ing a few weeks with relatives and friends here Sumner Hoxie was a business cal lers in Ithaca Friday. Mrs. Florence Webb of Alma is visiting her 'brother Owen Courter and family. E. E. Howard was in Ann Arbor caller Wednesday evening. Miss Cora Fleming visited rela tives at Alma Sunday. John McLachlan and Dan Schutt were Alma callers Wednesday evening. Owen Coulter was an Alma caller Saturday. Harlan Wood was an Alma caller Saturday. ) Chas. Catron was in Alma Satur day. Archie Fairchild was a busines caller in St. Louis Tuesday. Whv Not? It was Memorial day. Th whole Ttl- lace wn out nt tin cemetery cleaning away n year's growth of briers and weeds and decorating tho graves. One woman was busy pointing out to a stranger the places whore different ones were? buried. Mio uretned to bo familiar with tho whole graveyard. Her little boy was listening to every word. flunlly Inquired: "Mother, where Is my little grau'?" CITY COMMISSION Alma, Michigan, June 13, 1022. Regular meeting of the City Com mission of the City of Alma in ses sion at the Council Chamber on above date. Meeting called to order at 8 o'clock p. m. by Mayor Charles R. Murphy. Present Commissioners Glass, Ar cher, Chick, and Creaser. Absent None. There being a quorum present the commission was declared to be in session. The minutes of ihe last preceding regular meeting were read and ap proved with the correction that the clerk change the word adopted to read approved.' Reading of bills land clairs: Alma Foundry & Mfg. Co $2(1.00 J. Wilson - 18.00 B. Jones 18.00 E. L. Overmyer 21.00 J. Lutz' ,Jb00 C. Vine 21.00 J. G laves 20.00 C. Sutton 21.00 H. Faught - 1T.00 J. Blanck 18.00 P. Jerome lo.OO F. Kessler 12.00 C. Bolenbacker (5.00 II. Gee 8.10 F. Burr ir.0 H. Vollcr 1)0.00 M. Mapes ......... 15.00 V. Lowe 21.00 C. Williams 27.00 W. Wheeler '.).'() J. McCann - 15.MU R. Broadhead .. 12.00 L. McCann 15.:H) B. Williams HO.OO W. Kirkby 22.00 J. Zimmerman 10.00 R. Mack 20.00 G. VanNorman 18.00 J. Shong 8.75 G. Shong 15.75 II. Utley , 8.25 F. King 25.00 D. Howe :;o.oo O. Kyer 1.50 J. Howe 15.00 R. Scheib 24.00 W. Whitmore 14.70 C. Manning 2.25 F. N. G rover 45.15 J. D. Helman 150.00 Stephen L. Bennett 5.00 American R. R. Express 7.08 Standard Oil Co 125.7.", The Alma Journal 8.85 Robt. H. Kersey 4S.:j.T Barclay Ayers & Bertsch 185.57 C. F. Blanck 150.07 Alma Elevator Co. 10.50 Alma Roller Mills 2.50 F. Whitcraft 50.25 W. E. Reynolds 20S.:;:J D. W. Adms 75.00 C. F. Blanck 75.00 W. A. Balilke 41.07 C. F. DuBois 50.00 Floyd Hoard 02.50 Chas. Hitchcock 02.50 Wm. Shong 02.50 Chas. Phillips 02.50 Uvrt Hammond ....... 75.00 J. R. Campbell 72.02 Gus Herron 00.00 A. Shankel 00.00 Robt Smith 02.50 M. Slinouski W2.50 lma Electric & Battery 15.00 Home Lumber & Fuel Co. 117.25 D. Kleinhans Floral Co lu.00 Little Rock Coal Co 105.00 Alma Electric & Battery Co 12.50 National Meter Co 72.00 Western Union Telegraph Co. 0.51 Monroe Calculating Mach Co. 25.00 Detroit Lead & Pipe Wk? 47.34 H. D. Edwards Co 31.75 N. Bardaville 0.75 It was moved by Commissioner Chick and supported by Commis sioner Glass that the bills as read be allowed and the clerk be instruct ed to issue orders covering vouchers Nos. lioo to n::o. Ayes Commissioners Glass, Chick Creaser and Archer. Nays None. . It was moved by Commissioner Class and supported by Commissioner Creaser that the City Manager, Wm. E. Reynolds be allowed to purchase such proper air lift pumps to provide the city with its necessary needs in supplying water. f Ayes Commissioners Glass, Chick, Creaser and Archer. Nays None. It was moved by Commissioner Ar cher and supported by Commissioner Chick that Ordiame ,No. 117 an or dinance to amend Section 111 of Or dinance No. 70 of the City of Alma, entitled "An ordinance of the City of Alma, Michigan, for the prevention and restraint of vice, immorality, dis orderly conduct, vagrancy, durnken ness and the punishment of same, adopted at a regular session of the city council, held on the 21st day of July A. I). 100S and duly published on the 24th day of July A. I). 100X, be filed with the city clerk. Ayes Commissioners Glass, Chick, Creaser and Archer. Nays None. ' Moved by Commissioner Glass and supported by Commissioner Creaser that the commission adjourn. The motion prevails. Chas. R. Murphy, Mayor. Clarence F. Blanck, Clerk. Food From Fish Oil. The cooked residue from f.h oil run n u fact u ri us Is crushed or ground to a paste, .;iys (;ieinic;il Abstracts, dried In vacuo at a temperature be low K per cent, reduced to a powder, treated with a proteolytic enzyme Hich a pepsin to xolublllzo the albumin content of tbo mass, extracted with water and tho result thus obtained Ih dried and powdered for use as a food. GO 39S If it is something to be printed, we can print it. The Alma Record. advertisement 10-3w Indigestion Constipation, Sick Headache, ftdiou ecu. Bloating, Sour Stomach, Gas on Ihe Stomach, Had JJrcath you will find nothing better than that wholesome physic POLEYCATILARTIC TABLETS Never disappoint. Take one tonight and feel better in the morning Gore Jenner. San Antonio. Tciat: "Foley Cathartic Tableta have proven to he the bett laiative 1 ever have taken and I recommend tbem lor coottipati n aud btlioutocia." SOLI) EVFUVWJIFKi: IN ALMA ) Alma Creamery Go's ft fcl UAlRYi'OODS immmi J Christening ihe Good Ship Health Jjl Mill; journeys with us y through life and its nour- JMlltiK llcll IJU.llIl.lV.-: bund up our health ana happiness. Our milk i.-; u,. fa 3 AiMA CREAMERY Cf- Pasteurized Pivductsf, Receiver's Notice For sale of furniture, machinery, material and etc., of Ilollstrom Motors Inc. Friday and Saturday, June Kith and 17th, 1022, at St. Louis, Michigan. j Notice is hereby Kivcn that on Juno 10 and 17th at the JJollstrom Motors Inc. at St. Louis, Mich., I will sell to the htehcsl bidder, .sub ject to the confirmation of the court, a quantity of office furniture and fixtures, machinery, and (Miuinmcnt, material and truck equipment, and wood working machine. Purchasers will be required to deposit check for amount of purchase to await confirmation of court. For further particulars address Geo. V. Stone, Atty. Ithaca, Michigan. x , S.O.Burgdorf, . Kcccivcr Uollstrom Motors Inc. artley's Market FKEE DELIVERY ON ALL ORDERS SOc AND OVER 4 SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY Kansas IJrcad Flour ai A A Kcttlu roasts of htcf none hottor, sack I aUU extra quality, lb. 13c- QU 7 I TRUCKERS TAKE NOTICE Strawberries are Ripe Shelby, Oceana Co., is in the heart of the West Michigan Fruit Belt. We will have a fair crop of Berries, ('berries, Peaches, Plums, Pears and Apples. Good roads lead to Shelby from all directions. We welcome the truckers and will jjive them a square deal. SHELBY-NEW ERA CO-OP. ASS'W. O. E. IIAWLEY, Msr. f'ornrd !ccf, honclcss, Ih lfte Huiiilmr s-k-nk, ih lie Pork steak, lb 18c Fn-h j)ork in chunk, lb Uc-Kic Fresh pork shank?, lb 10c Pork in nickel, lb 12c-17c Paeon, home smoked, lb. 25c I'o'rk sausage, lb lfic Lard, home rendered, lb 15c Smoked hams, sujjar cured half or whole .33c Smoked ham butts', 4-5 lbs. Ier lb - 15c Veal for stewing, lb lL'c-ISc Veal roast. lb 20c Veal chops, lb 22c-30c Fowls for stewing and roast in.", per lf 30c Lai:.- trout, lb '. 27c ALuxkcrcl in brine, lb 2Sc C'od- lih I lb boxes 25c Salmon, tall can 15c Cheese, full cream . ....27c Corn, can - 11c Milk, tall can 10c Peas, sifted, can 12c Soup, can 10c, .3 for 27c Peaches in syrup No.2Va can 20c Prunes, pood size, lb 15c Raisins in bulk, lb 21c Apricots, fancy, Ih 31c Loganberries, No. lu can rf)c Pineapple, No. 10 can 75c Peaches 75c Catsup, No. 10 can Sfc. Dill pickles, doz 18c Cocoa, fit. jar 20: Plack Cross tea, lb C5c Coffee in bulk pood quality (tinker Snaps, lb Fit? bars, lb Peroxide buth . taMcta. Good broom .27- 32c 12c 15c ..8c 50c WE AUE IN THE MAPKET FOR LIVE STOCK, POULTRY, IIUTTEi: AND EGGS Made t$i$f WM Taste M!BM Ipi. Riht ' 1 ;lj?v: Hold in Alms snd everywhere you go. C. THK IIARMT & HEWITT CO. Dintribnton, Toledo. Ohio. L eOs E until E-xcMBsiiras ALMA , to BEULA1I (Crystal Lake) FRANKFORT Tickets good wring on Train No. 51 Saturday or Sunday of each week returniiiK on Train No. r2 followinjr Monday. Fare for round trip i?5.1i"). AHU ARBOR KABLP.GAO c J TimotoRc-tire? v RED -TOP 30 x 32 Extra Ply of Fabric Heavy Tread Price $17.85 FOR poor roads, for heavy loads, for hard use anywhere the Fisk Red-Top cannot he equaled for small cars. An extra ply of fahric and a heavy tread of extra tough red ruhber make a strong tire built to meet exacting conditions. Time after time one Rcd-jTop has outworn three ordinary tires. Its distinctive looks indicate your selection of a high-grade tire while its extra mileage more than justifies your choice. Tlicrc's a Fisk Tire of extra value in every size, for car, truck or spec! wagon We Offer You Kigli Grade Lumber at Reduced Prices. We Offer You Building Materials of all kinds at proportionate costs. We Offer You Constructive Advice Free of Charge Talking to us costs you nothing-. Buy ing from us may save you a lot. Home Lumber & Fuel Co. PHONE ONE-NINE 0