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Thursday, November 23, 1022
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Mr. an-.l Mr.;. A. V. .Stites celebrat
(! Iheir thirtieth viMinc anniver
sary at their hor.ie in Vestaburtf,
Saturday, Nuvrmhi-r IS ly ;nler
tv.iuinj their chiMivn and a numtar
f other relatives and a few friends
at a very enjoyable anniversary eele
1 ration. A three eourse dinner was
served at noon and a lap supper was
verved to all in the evening, both of
hirh wire jrreat'.y enjoyed by all.
The day v.-as spent at the home by
enjoying a rectal ood visit with
tluir te!aties aid with receiving
many tails from friends sho canie
to et i;d eoiicr'.itnations to Mr. and
Mrs. Stiti.; and wish thetn joy and
i.'any more years of happy wedded
Mr. and Mis. Stites and their
'vests sp.-nt the evening at the
Colonial Tlnater in Vestabur-: 'where
they spent a very pleasant time
soeially artl with music and had a
prhato dar.ein;: party, celebrating
)w ::0th wtddir.v anniversary by
(lancing ir.atty old-fashioned dances.
Several friends were juesent and all
wished them many more happy cele
brations and hnj: life."
Mr. and Mrs. Stites were present
ed with many useful and pretty
e;ifts. The happy couple -came to
Vestabur-r from Cino many years j
airo ami have many friends here and
in this community.
Don Custer and a lurty of your-tr
friends went to V'inn, Friday cven -
iiiL t.) attutd a de.nce and when theyi
icareil the crssii. at thj Vestalunr
I-'levat(.r they saw a liht of a train,
which they thought was coming west
and they hurried to yvt across the
tiack. Instead of its being the head
light of a train c:.iirg west it was a
light on a fie!c!u train gcing east
and they did not notice the freight
errs and Don Custer's auto was run
again-t the side of a freight car and
badly damaged on the front end. The
i.ecupants of the auto were fortunate
in. escaping death or serious injury,
but received slight injuries. v
Mrs. (leorge Fox of Alma spent
from Mor.d'iy until Saturday here
visiting Mr?. I. J. P.artlett.
Audley Caris tutoed to Alma
Yv'ednesday afternoon accompanied
by Russel'lilsck.
Arnold (iiienhoe autoed to Alma,
Sunday accompanied by Junior Cum
anings and C'crald Reader.
Mrs. Jesse Beach and son, William,
raitoed to Alma, Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murphy of
Middleton were h.ere Saturday en a
1 usiness trip. Mrs. Murphy called
rn Mrs. Win, Warts and Mrs. Wm.
( aris.
Iioy McCilliviary has
returned i
from his hunting trip.
The American Glee Club gave an
entertainment in the Church f
( hrist, Saturday evening as the first
7. umber of the Lyceum Course se
cured by the Seniors of the high
school. The entertainment was
e really enjoyed by a large atten
dance. SUMNER
Mr. and Mrs. Skutt of Alma call
ed on the hitter's ister, Mrs. Thos.
Lang, Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Yance Woodard
visited at the home of Mr. and. Mrs
Sim Miller at Riverdale, Sunday.
(Icorge Allen of Wheeler trans
acted business in town Tuesday.
Mrs. Dan Collins left for Flint-,
Tuesday to care for her daughter
who is recovering from an operation.
1). Y. Schlappi had the misfortune
to have his shouldcrblade broken by
beinL' thrown from a horsn ha was i
Mrs. Chas. Pratt of Detroit spent
lost week at the. home of Mr. and
Mrs. Dave Mulford.
E. A. Potter of Llwell was a busi
ress caller he1 re Tuesday.
Mrs. Thomas Lang and grandson,
L'ancy Cherry and Mrs. Otis Sea
man were in Ithaca on business Fri
' ay
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hooth of North
Star wove callers hero Friday even
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Ayers and son,
Jack, and Mr. and Mrs. Yance Wood
r.rd were in Ithaca, Friday.
Mrs. Samuel Ckverdon was an
Alma business caller Wednesday.
Jay Fulford and A. Cornvers were
Shepherd and AVynn business callers
Miss Lucy Parr visited her sister,
Mrs. James Fisher, at Riverdale the
first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Ayers and chil
dren have moved in with the later's
father for the winter.
Mrs. Wm. Price returned homo
from (Jreenville the last of the week,
and daughter, Glee, of New Haven
were in town Thursday evening.
A committee of Ladles served re
freshments at the regular meeting
cf the L, O. T. M. Saturday after
noon which was much enjoyed by all.
Jim Miller of Ferris was a Satur
day caller here.
Uyrcn Hoover, who has been in
Dr. Hall's Hospital at Pompeii for an
operation for several weeks, was
able to return home last week.
Hugh Harvey and Mr. Duffield of
Alma were callers here Monday.
C. II. linden of Grand Rapids was
a business caller hero Wednesday.
George Latimer of Alma was a
cr.ller here Wednesday.
Mr. Andrews returned to his work
In M'.nt, Ihursday. t
Mr. Davenport of Carson City was
displaying a new "Star" car, here
George Henry of Shepherd was a
Sumner caller recently.
Mr. Swarthout of Saginaw trans
acted business here Friday,
Mrs. Uessie Crittenden and daugh
ter were in Ithaca n business Fri
day. News came Saturday of the death
of Mrs. Will Ferris who passed away
:t Flint. Mr. Ferris was a former
Sumner boy, but of late years has
usiiled at Flint.
Aduey Yan Norman and wife of
Alma called on relatives here Satur
day. Frank Hicks of Alma was a Fri
day caller here.
Mrs. Chas. Ulaek and Howard Mc
Clenathan were in Ithaca, Saturday.
Thanksgiving Special
I have IfiO acre farm within 0 minutes drive of Alma, on good
road, near church, school, and stores, splendid house, all modern ex
cept furnace; splendid large barn and other buildings. The land is
level. I will sell this farm, and talu- for first payment, equities in
houses in any good town. I am ready to show this farm any day. Let
your family be thankful that they have a fine home to live in.
Phone 87 Koom K, I'ollasky lildg.
I also have 7 trades on blackboard at my office to pick from, some of
them mention real money.
Buys this brand new Mahog
any or Oak Player-Piano, with
it we will include 18 rolls mu
sic, beautiful scarf, bench,
free tuning and free delivery.
This is a genuine bargain and.
must be seen to be appreciat
ed. Below we list a number
of fine bargains in
$375 Sterling Piano
for :rla)3
$100 Webber Piano jjjj
$500 McPhail . j3
$. 5 Sclioll
I fir
b.s.w Remington Q
fnv V
b.sd Lexington
Marrhal Comstock, Ivan Hummel,! Calalith, a product resembling eel
Hazel Fretce, Velma ami Asa S:hap-1 luhdl, but made from hour milk, can
pi of Ionia and Miss Fva Smith of ; be molded, carved and polished and
(Irand Ledge visited at the .home of made into innumerable small articles
Mr. and Mrs. Will Schlappi's over J like buttons, buckles, and ornaments
the week end. ,
Mr. Frank Smith and sons, Art,
Fred and Homer have returned from
thiir hunting trip.
The Leaning Huddha is a Chinese
lival to the leaning tower of Fisa.
It is a twelfth century pagoda near
Nanking. 100 frt't high and inclines
lli feet from the perpendicular.
Bros. GCj (n) p
t ,
many others
15 Days Qnljr W
, ,wmrrxmnm""&
of all kind
Circulation counts we have it.
keeper wzix
' t 1 .it H j ft'r grayer y;
Many '.. rnty tcwr, ; a rr.tsrrhal con-Tttlon. Coeulm, ro!!, nsaal
catuirh, i,t.uu.:iil tuA tov.tl il .r.ic.i t: j j jjI u ft . (I ti.w vttj coo-iuca ilia duo to
I i'it !. ! 'ylcl.t t'.ita.-rh u fmry of a.urol merit, a remedy which Lu a
S Tibtois or .lstJ
We have closed out our store at Mt.
Pleasant, Michigan. All the stock
was brought to Alma. Our floors
are now filled to overflowing with
thousands of dollars worth of fine
pianos and player-pianos. Most of
these are brand new instruments
which arrived too late for our sum
mer campaign. The talking ma
chine season is about to open. We
must have the room for large ship
ments of these instruments which
are arriving daily so from
November 25th to December 12th
we will offer our entire stock at
near wholesale
You who have made purchases during
our former sales know of the genuine
ness of our bargains and this sale will
surpass them all. Don't wait. If you
cannot conveniently get here, phone
for our courtesy car and we will call for
you no matter how far away you live.
icr All P;'lf ''iw
This Brand New
Mahogany Grand
Piano reduced
481 r
208 East Superior Street
In a cemetery of a Fennslyvania
town the following hign appears
'All persons are prohibited from
picking flowers from any, but the
own graves."
A really witty person seldom en
joys a gooa laugn nimseir.
move them
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Cold Cvorywhoro T ' F
X Advertisement f " rriitf it 3f,w;r.y
' MP
A Dead Battery
Is Poor Equipment
Especially in Cold Weather. It pays to
have the best and save trouble.
Ve .t'llf repair and rccliarK batteries,
that art; alive and full of pep. Our serv
ice proves tli is statement.
Visgers Battery
:i():i Kast Superior Street
WILLAKI) HA'I TKK1KS (threaded rubber insulation)
CW HATTKUIKS (wood separators)
Buys this brand new Mahog
any or Oak Straight Piano,
with scarf, bench, free tuning
and free delivery. Pay noth-
ing down. Trade in your old
piano or phonograph, the bal
ance in easy monthly pay
$150 Cable Piano, new g'
$475 Gordon Piano new
$575 Riddle Player 05) (Q
Piano for
$150 Lester Piano
for :
$050 Jesse French
Player for )(Q)
and numerous other bargains

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