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TKursday, July fi, 1922
Spokes Around
(lirl InjuredThe little daughter of
T. Monic, a furiner living near St.
Johns was nearly killed when a team
ran away, throwing the little girl
fifteen feet. Monic went into a St.
Johns blacksmith shop, and left the
little girl sitting on the wagon-rack.
The hdrscs hecame frightened and
ran away, and when the team ran in
to a tree the force of the impact
threw the little girl from the rack,
injuring her badly.
Open New Hank On July 1 the
People's Hanking Company of Fow
ler held the formal opening of its
new banking house.
No Hit Game Pitching for Urcck
enridge aganist Ithaca, Wardeen, se
cured from Hemlock by Rreckenridge
,for the game, pitched a no hit, no run
contest against -the County Seaters.
Only one Ithaca man reached lht
and Hreckenridge won ft to 0.
Purchases Store II. Heckwith, for
49 years connected with the Keardon's
in business in Midland, has purchased
the business of the Kcardons, which
will be known in the future as the II.
W. Heckwith Company. He started
to work for the Kcardons at the age
of 19 and has been at it ever since.
New Superintendent The vchool
board at Shepherd has secured Kobert
G. Koepman, as superintendent for
this coming year.
New Coach Hurke Lodewyk, con
sidered one of the finest athletes that
Mt. Pleasant Normal 'has had in
years, has been signed by Mt. Pleas
ant High, as athletic director.
Hit by Auto Robert, ten year old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Flynn of
Clare, was badly injured when struck
by an auto on the streets of that city.
Clare's next accident came two days
later, when Louise, the daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Mulder, was struck by
a car driven by Elsworth Miller. She
was badly bruised.
Three Hurt at St. Johns Miss
Doris Woodbury, Miss Cornelia
Sowles and Warren Hurwell were in
jured, when a car in which they were
driving in St. Johns was struck by
another auto, and smashed.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira O. Hunt, Miss
Vida Church and Little Francis Gee
were Monday business callers in Al
ma. Clifford Gee who has been taking a
?ix weeks course at the Ferris In
stitute in Pig Kapids returned to
Sumner Monday.
II. N. Forquer and Vance Woodard
were in Alma on business Monday.
Miss Laura Seaman of Alma vis
ited the home folks the first of the
II. A. Clow was in Helding the first
of the week to visit his son, Hcrt, and
found him improving.
Mr. and Mrs. CliiTord Gee and
children and Mrs. Vance Woodward
were in Ithaca Monday on business.
Mrs. John Phillips i hanging paper
in Kiverdale this week.
The Koyal Circle Club met with
Mrs. Ira (). Hunt on Tuesday.
Little Lucille Mulford of Alma is
visiting her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. David Mulford.
Floyd McClenathan and family are
entertaining relatives from Lansing.
David Kexford and family motored
to Grand Rapids Saturday to spend
over Sunday with relatives, returning
home Monday.
Chicken thieves have been in this
locality and carried olT quite a num
ber of incubator chicks recently.
John Phillips, wife and daughter,
Sidanna, were in Wheeler Saturday
and spent over Sunday with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Parker and
little son were entertained at the
Win. Duvall home Sunday for dinner.
The Royal Circle Club tied off and
presented the new bride and groom,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kvey, with a
very nice worsted quilt, and Mr. and
Mrs. John Giles presented them with
a pretty linen table cover, Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. David Rexford and
children were Maple Rapids business
callers Tuesday.
William DuVall and daughter Mary
Helen were in Ithaca on lousiness
Dr. Rarker of Crystal was a pro
fessional caller here Wednesday.
George Latimer of Alma was a
Wednesday business caller here.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Hooth of
North tar called on relatives here
Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Clevcrdon en
tertained Mr. and Mrs. Olen Ferris
of Alma for dinner Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Phillips were
Sunday guests of the formers' father,
Wm. Phillips.
Mary Helen DuVall was in Kdmorc
Wednesday having some dental work
CliiTord Gee and family were guests
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
Gee of Sumner Center on Wednesday.
Mr. Hayden of Grand Rapids tran
sacted business here on Wednesday.
Miss Olive IVlton of Detroit came
the latter part of the week to spend
her vacation with her grandmother,
Mrs. H. Mangus and other relatives
and friends.
Tom Lang and grandson, Harvey
Cherry, were Saturday afternoorj call
ers in St. Louis.
Mrs. Cyrus Nickerson returned
Wednesday from Ionia where she vis
ited the home folks over Sunday.
Mrs. Minnie Clark of Hay City who
has been visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Tom McGurn has returned to
her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Phillips from
near Ithaca came Saturday to sivnd
a few days with the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips.
Glen McGurn of Hay City visited
his parents and other relatives here
last week.
The I. O. O. F. and Rebekahs gave
an ice cream social at their hall Sat
urday evening which was well at
tended. Mrs. Charles Hlack and son, Lyle,
were Alma business callers on Satur
day. At the regular meeting of the L. ().
T. M. Lodge Saturday afternoon
lemonade and cake were served,
which was much enjoyed.
Mrs. R. M. Forquer and little Ar
thur Mauley went to Greenville Fri
day to attend the District Quarterly
meeting held at that place.
Walter Huyck, C. D. Mason and H.
W. Johnson of IJuttcrnut were busi
ness callers in town recently.
Quite a number from Sumner and
vicinity were Crystal visitors Sunday.
Rev. A. Mudge and wife of Ashley
called on Mrs. Charles Hlack Wednes
day. F. J. Mikes and Karl Medler called
on the former's parents here on Tuesday.
The board of review for the village
of Hreckenridge met in the Village
hall Friday, June .'10th for the pur
pose of reviewing and correcting the
assessment roll for the Village of
Hreckenridge for the year VJ'2 The
tax roll now is in the hands of the
Village Treasurer, Mrs. Adelaide Pot
ter, who will be in the olTice of L K.
Potter & Co. in Hreckenridge on
Wednesday and Thursday of each
week during the month of July to. re
ceive said taxes.
Rev. George S. Osborn, pastor of
the Methodist church at Helding was
in town visiting friends a short time
on Wednesday. He was formerly
pastor of the M. K. church here.
Miss Grace Longabaugh is the new
bookkeeper in the oil'ice of the Farm
ers Elevator Company in Hrecken
ridge. Miss Ada McLcod of Grand Rapids
is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Alex McLcod.
Mr. Fred L MolTatt spent the week
end with his mother at Greenville.
Mrs. W. A. Leach was called to
Moundsvillc, West Virginia, this week
by the illness of her mother.
Mrs. Anna Sabin left Sunday even
ing to spend the week with her daugh
ter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Thomas of Kdmore.
Miss Hazel Dill left Friday morn
ing for Douglass where she has em
ployment for the summer months.
Lawrence Hodge and R. C. Chis
holm ;inotored to Lansing Friday.
Mils Helen Lbenspacher and Mr.
Arthur Parrish were united in mar
riage Wednesday by the Rev. Geo. S.
Osborn of Helding. The happy couple
will reside on his father's farm two
miles north of Hreckenridge.
Mr. Cluster Davis of Detroit ar
rived Saturday to spend the week end
and over the Fourth with his imrents,
Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Davis.
Mr. Finest Wenel has purchased
a new Maxwell touring car of Gors
line fc Zuker.
Dr. Drake has just purchased a
new Ford coupe.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shafer went
to Alma Friday to spend two weeks
at the home of her daughter and hus
band, Mr. and Mrs. Hert Hicks.
Mrs. W. K. Potter and Mrs. Ethel
Pryor of Portland arrived here on
Wednesday to spend a week with Mr.
and Mrs. Lee Haldwin.
Miss Margaret McCall spent the
week end in Hay City, the guest of
Miss Margaret Royal.
Mr. and Mrs. Kdwin Jakeway and
J. R. Jakeway of Flint spent the week
end with Mrs. Jakeway's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. I. Hodge.
Miss Edith Doty and Dale Van
Duzen motored to Evart Sunday and
spent the Fourth with Mrs. Robert
Ardis and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mitchell and
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Doty motored to
Rock Lake for a picnic dinner Tues
day. Mrs. Agnes E. Crawford went to
Riverdale to spend the Fourth with
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hopkins.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Davis and son
Chester and friend from Detroit mo
tored to Town Line Lake Saturday
afternoon to spend three days fish
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Slade and Mrs. Luth
of Hay City are i-pendnig a few days
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Krenz.
The Host Baked Goods
fresh every day
Meals and Lunches
at all hours.
Try our dinner at 30c.
328 Slate Street
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wore your most becoming
tie the night you proposed.
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Do not make the mistake so many people make and say, "we did not get to go
the first few days and there is no use to go now, the bargains will all be gone."
Thfa fa not , The Store fa ff nil off Bargains
After three tremendous days of sale, the Store hardly shows the effect of the thousands of dollars of
merchandise that has been carried out.
We earnestly urge you to come and keep coming to buy, and
Jceep buying at the tremendously reduced prices we are offering.
Glass Lamps, while they last, 7c each
Two is the limit to a customer
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