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zz WEDJDAY, MAY 2S,r 1923 THE DELDIHG DAIUIER-rJEVSr (The BeVlinff Banner, established 1E20) j (The Belding News, established 1895) I (Consolidated May 21, . Published every ,,edne,-,7 afternoon by the Bar...,. Publishing Co., Beldir-, :ict;?an.; Ed. D. Engemam ; i II. M. Engemann Editors sr. J Pu t Ushers.. Colored Into th Belding. Michigan Oftlc : as BtKHind-cluM matter. Sabierlptlon Postpaid One year" In dvnce 8I( month In advance Thrp montha in advanct Canada, one year In advauce 12.00 fl.00 S 60 $2.50 Advartlaini 4 DU:Ur ratea on application. Card of thnkj, fifty cent. Ituslness locals, on first page. 12Vi cents a line. OUR BUSINESS ; LINERS PAY EAST OHLEAND AND RONALD. Mr. and Mrs. Clark1 Hoppough spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs.. Gardner Howard of Greenville. Mrs. Henry Tingley was at Long lake last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clark have mov, ed in Guy Hoppough's tenant house, to work for him the coming summer. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Mussselman were in Ionia Monday evening. Mrs. Lounie Parmenter spent a few days last week yith her sister, Mrs. Bay DeLine, of Trufant. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hoppough and family of East Orleans, spent Sun. day with Mrs. Mark Hoppough, of Ionia. Subscribe for the, Banner-News 3C If Meadow Gold were not the best that you were offered at the price you were asked to pay, then it could not be what it is; the largest selling creamery butter in the world. 60c per pound Beatrice Creamery Co. ; BOB ATKINSON, Mgr. V h "Satisfaction la The Basis Of Oifr Business" .--west ciiadwzc:;-;' a Silvia Canfield and son Roland were land Mrs. Vm. Wright's. . Saturday afteroon callers at llr. Hiriam Hall was In Urancl uapid on day last week visiting I farniar one daf last week vijiting. !(. rU InVininn nf HoLUnnr U'O I .II . 4-4 1 J ll Muiiiiauii vi unun " M a Wednesday guest of M. and. Mrs. D. Antclift. Ms. Fred Wheeler and daughter Elva were there also. Farmers areb usy fitting their corn ground to plant this nice weather. Mr. and Mrs. Don Dean and sons. Lloyd and Donald,' motored to Bush,! neil fcunaay ana were me ainner guest of their brother Fred Dean and family. Mr. and Mrs. Elden Kendell, Mrs. Hiybee and Mrs. Wm. Hill of Ionia visited the later's" sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. Levi Krick Saturday. The Dorr School closed Friday af ternoon, with exercises which -"were very nie and enjoyed by al present. I A picnic dinner was served and after dinner the, eather Mrs. Perkins (awarded Anna Wright and ' Friend Ra veil with a box of andy for being the best in the spelling contest. Mrs. James Chadwick was a Tues day caller, on Mrs. Tina Wright and :Mrs. De Ante! iff and Mrs. Levi Krick. Miss Lois Wright atended the ex ! ercises at the Dorr Shool ' fiindinfl exercises at the Dorr School Friday and called on Mrs. John Kohn also. !rs. CyrjthU Cowles end. her t sis, , Mrs. Lizzie Hinds, are quite sick. ' MEN LIKE SOFT STRAWS ' j ', 1 I: Hats that are made of Pan am a or some similar material find favor in the eyes of most men today because they are light and comfortable. Ydu'll readily " appreciate ' ' the distinctive appearance of the tiew straws we're showing this season.' They're made in all the new stvles: they're com fortable the first-time; - and - - v. they'll give you the; best ofw. service. IT .v - . . ' $3 $4 $5, ,. $6 -.-'i :Fristoe & Rummler Ml) 4i , r v Cut Or Scratch Yourself Pus-producing germs are all around you. On the wallst the floors, and on the tools you use. They are also on your skin. When you cutxor even scratch yourself, these germs are carried into the injury and unless attended to at once Dy someone who knows how to treat you they multiply and you have infection or bloodpoisoning. 4 If you value your life and youc health go to the First Aid Room at once, should you only scratch yourself. Hot water from the sink and any kind of an .old rag or dirty hand, kerchief is the worst remedy In the world. t The First Aid Room has antisep tics, clean cotton and clean band ages or tape. When you get a cut or a scratch go to the First Aid Room SMYRNA The past week has been house cleaning time with a majority of the Smyrna ladies and in consequence nothing has happened. A Belding man remarked that he had always heard it said "in the springtime" a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love." (but he believed that the ladies fancy turned to dandelion greens and : housecleaning.'" t John Tebbel said - he still resided ' d6wn by the river and when we were i down that way to just drop in. Thanks John, thereare days when we feel as if w would J ike. tQ do so, but at I the present time the water looks too ! deep and wet. . f I Miss Fannie Earle didn't, return to ;her home in Smyrna last week as. was anticipated and we are still hoping for her return: She may arrive this J-eek and she, may not come until one: Vt;; i.iiUl Vi The many Smyrna anil Belding friends of Miss Kosina Bignell exj !pext to welcome her home, from Cav alier, N. D., on Decoration 1 day. Edgar Joslin,. of Belding, visited , with Grandpa, and Grandma .Joslin, Saturday, and with Grandpa and Grandma Condon on Sunday. . ' Mrs. Heniy Harris is quite sick. Mrs. Will Cowles visited her and looked after her 0Vel fate last Friday r, Mr. and Mrs.UIogo rGAsper and children were Belding" .visitors Sat urday. ' v- V 1 Miss Bessie Gray IwusJt guest of her grandnla Hanks ;Monqay night. , Mr. and Mrs. Del Purdv were "Sun, !day dinner Fguests .'of Chas. Condon and family. ' ' v 1 i Another Royal Suggestion scumrs,: mm 'and roui From the New Royal Cook Book piSCUIT! What de li) flight this word sug gests. So tender they fairly nc.lt in the mouth, and of such glorious flavor that the appetite is never satis ficdi These are the kind of biscuits anyone can make with Royal Baking Powder and these unusual recipes. ) - Biscuits. J caps flour 4 teaspoon Royal Baklnf . Towder U teaspoon !t 2 tablespoon ihortffilnr 4 cup milk or half milk and bait water gift together flour, fc&klnr pow der and alt, add ahortenlnit and rub in very lightly; add liquid lowly; roll or pat on floured board to about onm Inch In thlcknens (handle a litUe a possible); ct with blaeult cutter. Hake In hot oven IS to 20 minutes. 1 Royal Cinnamon Bant cupa flour teaspoon aalt teaspoons Itoyal Caking powder L , tablespoons ahortenlnf rr , r.v. cup water cup aurar . teaspoons cinnamon tablespoons seeded raisins Sift 2 tablespoons of measured suerar with flour, salt and bak ing powder; rub shortening In lightly: add beaten egg to water end ad J slowly. Roll out H lech mm, FWIQ)EIS thick en floured ' board ; bnsB1 With malttd buttar. aprlnkU wttls sugar, cinnamon and raisin. Roll as for jelly roll; cut Into 1 Inch pieces; place- with cut edges up on well-grassed paa; prinkla with a little sugar and cinnamon. Bake In moderate oven 30 to 3$ minutes; ramOT from paa at one. Parker House Rol!f 4 cupa flour 1 teaspoon salt I teaspoon Royal Baking; Powder 1 tablespoons shortening lVa cups mils; Sift flour, salt and baking pow der together. Add melted short ening to milk and add slowly to dry Ingredients atlrrtng until smooth. Knead lightly on floured board and roll out Inch thick. Cut with biscuit cutter. Creaso each circle with back of knlfa Olio side of center. Butter the mall section and fold larger part wall over the small. Ptaca on Inch apart In greased pan. Allow to atand IS minute In warm plac. Bruh ach with malted butter and baka in mode rat oven IS to 20 minutes. FREE Writ TODAY for th New Royal Cook Book; con tain 409 other recipes 5ut a delightful a the. Will how you how to add Inter st and variety to your meals. Address fiOTix BAcnra rorosa oa 11 THm Otrm JUw YorkUtf "Bake with Royal and bs Sure -I. ter, Clyde Cotter of Grand Rapids vis ited over Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Gould. Set Pollyanna at the Empress, Wednesday and Thursday, June 2-3. Mrs. Jessie Wolfinger called on Mrs. Sylvester Osborn Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hoppough, of Ionia, called on iGeorge Hoppough and wife Thursday evening. Mrs. Ed. Insley and Mrs. Marvin Nash were Grand Rapids visitors oh Monday. , Mr. and Mrs. Fayette Hoppough and children, of Belding, visited with Ward Hoppough and family Friday evening. Mrs. Herbert Mehney and lttle son Jack,-Mrs. Albert Northway and Mrs. Diana Hull were in Belding Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Susie Eckert, of BeL ding called on Mrs. Susie Harrington Friday evening. Mrs. Elgin Condon and Laurence Gardner motored over west of Cook's Corners Sunday and called on Mrs. George Brown. Ed. Insley made a business trip to Grand Kapids Friday. His son, How. ard and Mr. and Mrs. Cook and son William came home with him for a short visit. Mrs. J Insley and How ard took Mr andMrs Cook back to Grand Rapids, and Howard returned to his work in Grand Rapids Sunday night. ' ': ," Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Olds and their daughter Bernice and Mrs. Emma Lee and Grandson 'Eugene Lee, mo.' tored'to Lowell Saturday. Will Cowles slaughtered a fint porker for Mr. Dryer Thursday. Mrs.' Ila Clark visited with friends in Geenville from Friday night until Mondsy. ' - . r Mr.' and Mrs. Del Purdy were Sujv day evening guests of, George Hanks and wife. .. , Mrs. Hattie Mie was in Grand Rap ids Friday and Saturday. Miss Mar guerita Hoppough came home with her and' was the guest of her grand parents, George Hoppough and wife until Sunday evening. Mrs. M. J.. Osborn, of Belding, vis, ited with Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Os born Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Susie Harrington was a Bel ding visitor Saturday. George Joslin and Mr. and Mrs. John Davidson and five children mo tored over here from Eaton Rapids Sunday of last week and called on C. W. Joslin and familjt J Mrs. John Ashley went to" Grand Rapids last Wednesday and under-1 went the operation lot having Tier tonsils removed, at Blodgett Memor ial hospital. She returned to smyr- I na Saturday but is still in quite poor health" from the cfTects of the opera tion, which was a more serious one than the doctors anticipated. Mrs. Charles Condon and Mrs. lone Winchell called on Mrs. Ward Hop pough Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Tebbel called on Mrs. John Purdy" and Mrs. George Hop pough, Saturday. Mrs. Elgin Condon was over on Smoky Rev Tuesday visiting with Mrs. Frank Tillotson. Harvey Currie, and son of Belding did several jobs of paper hanging for Smyrna folks last week; r If you want to see: something tru ly beautiful take a look at the flow, erine crab apple treer in front of the home of Alfred Davis and. wife. It's wkrth while. T , Mrs' Hugo Gasper and babtywere visitors at the' home -of' Charles Cbn don and family Friday. . v V. .' The" Misses Mildred and Vema Ashley were 'Sunday guests of Miss Ella Joslin. ; V V.' Eugent Lee -of . Bartonville was ?a guest "of his Grandma JIarrington. ow Friday, night and Sunday he visited with his grandma Lei. ' MrSf A. L. Barry called on Mrs. Sylvester Osborn Friday, Marvin Nash motored-, over from Lansinjg Saturday aft&vfstted over Sunday with Ed. Insley and family. His wife accompanied him home on Monday. . ,The.: Sunday guests of Herbert Mehney and wife were Mr. 4md'Mrs. Myers and two children from Grand Rapids. ' Mr. and Mrs. John Purdy and son, Guy, motored over in Grattan Sun day and visited with; George Mason and family. . Mr. and Mrs. George Hanks enter tained Charles Winkworth, wife and son, Francis, of Grattan and Miss Ostrander of Altona, Sunday. There, there, Ha ha. Mr. "and Mrs. Frank Joslin, of Belding; visited with C. W. Joslin and wife Sunday. There will be a coal famine next winter sure, it the train "men waste any more of it driving cows off the R. R. right of way. ; : Mrs. Lulu Condon and daughter, Mildred, of Belding called on Mrs. Sylvester Osborn Sunday. Mrs. Fred Spencer, who was a res ident of Smyrna years ago, and la, ter lived in Belding, died Saturday, May 22, at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ireland, in Ionia. There was a good attendance of Sir Knights and Ladies of the Mac cabees at the K. O. T. M. Ionia coun, ty rally held here Thursday evening Somewhere in the neighborhood of 200 being present. The business part of tho meeting which is of minor consideration in the minds of "the public generally, being disposed f of a fine program was-given as followsi Address of welcome to Sir Knights, Frank Davis. Response, County Commander Silver of Ionia. Address of welcome to Ladies, Mrs. Bessie leeves. Response, Deputy Commander, Anna Curtis, Ionia. Fred Cutler, of Ionia,' was nominated toastmaster for the evening. Violin and piano duett, Mis9 Gayla Pentort and Mrs. Olive Insley. An encore1 was called for and given. Address, Deputy Commander Throop of Grand Rapdis. Recitation, Mrs. Nellie Cowles. Address. Fred Cutler of Ionia. . Song, Mrs. Blanche Tebbel. An en core was called for which was re sponded to by Mrs. Blanche Tebbel, Mrs. A. 1. Barry, Mrs. Lottie Compton, Lou ConVptotfi and Chas. Condon who sang "The Old Gray Mare", which so delighted the au dience that they were called back npain nnr created an uproar of ap plause by acting out their grief be cause the Old Gray Mare was dead and had been in that condition for a cake and coffee was served and the year or more. Then , the audience ' evening program was finished wit wanted them to do so some more but there was more to come and evenings have a limit. A supper of hot beef sandwiches, baked beans, pickles, dancing. The Ladies of the Macca bees hold their county rally at Sar anac Tuesday of this week. A day time meeting. ' There will be a preaching, service at the Sanitarium Sunday, Rev. II. A. Luten, Kf Grand Rapids will preach. Will organize Sunday school at 3 o'clock p. m. r rSQITinrn H Firinnnnnr ifqjl li n nun mi n II H n nil ll ll i; ii uidT Sdoge Brother! MOTOR. CAP! The public believes implicitly in the goodness, of Dodge Brothers Motor Car, because it has found, . in fifty-nine months of experience that it is all it is represented to be. 0 !! vi The gasoline consumption is unusually low The tire mileage is unusually high JOHNSON AUTO CO. Phone 285 or 336-3r, Belding Service Sution at Kiskey's Garage Ir j l C fa I v.- jrv sp ,i n ii n ii n n l; n n n ; j mi UVi u n ;i ii !i n ii ii !i mi i, i, jt-h ., ,, ,, ,. ,, n ,. r iiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimu; I You feai No GSsap.ce .' : . . ; W"'' When you bring ;your shoes here to be repaired.. The.NeoHnv; '; demonstrator who viited our shop last Thursday and inspected it V:J thoroughly has given us a Neolin certificate, under authorhy of the J?$ manufacturing company, and all Neolin soles or heels put on' by us s are backed by the company's guarantee. ' .- -rJ Bring your. old shoes in and see what a fine pair," off shoejs we!C- can rhake of them atfain. v'" '-'- 'v ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP Ladies and Gents Shoe Shining Parlor in Connection 120 S. BRIDGE STREET A SCHMIDT, Prop. i' Our Gleaner Blend Flour will be sure ta; please you and we know that if you once- try it you will be nibre than satisfied and you will become a steady user and a booster for a home town milled product which should be used in every home in Belding-. r i I..' (1 QcluQu Ik) loGiiig Cl QQ8Q Apl BELDING BRANCH PHONE 109 trTTTT.???nTTtI!ttTtiiTtiTTTt?'"