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WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1921
THE BELDING, MICHIGAN, BANNER-NEWS PAGE FIVB Mrs. Fred,, Oltfer and daughter, Mrs. Nellie Teague and baby, were in Sheridan, Tuesday on business and took dinner with Dr. M. M. Hansen and family. II. II. Hamilton, of Ionia, called on Wm, II. Allen, Sunday. Mrs. Ralph VanEve:y. who has been quite sick is reported as improv ing1 as fast as can be expected. If You Buy It Of WILLQUGHBY You Know It Is Good GIFTS THAT LAST For Weddings and Graduation Presents As in times past our stock is full of fine merchandise for the bride. Gifts that will be lasting, and useful, gifts that will be remembered for their beauty and quality. Also for the young lady and young man who gradu ates this year it is no more than right that you should give them something in the Gifts that last, that can be remembered as a reward for their years of studyv Gifts that last can be purchased at Willoughby's. Our assortment is good, our prices and quality are guar anteed. ". Yours for Quality, Prices and Service M, L. WILLQUGHBY '? Our clock, watch and jewelry repair department is at your ser vice, every Job guaranteed, nothing but genuine "mate rial used at the lowest price good work can be done for. One trial will convince you. xii::ir!iriiiiiiiiiniiiMirnnri ii-ciiiin t iitiiiniiMiiiiiTii Miniir:::ii!iir:iii:iiniTi:t:i minxa LOCAL ITEMS About Our Tow and It PoopU Jvery well in print to see that he had jbeen fishing on Sunday and so he said that he really meant that he fished 'on Saturday and observed Sunday as Inor h usual custcm. in the Oak J II r I j field items, one can get a complete . ... history ot the movements of Mr. The Rebekah Thimble , Party will Moore anJ his family from the time meet at the home of Mrs. J., h. Os-j tney left Belding, Friday evening worth, Masonic avenue, on t nday j untft tniy returned here Sunday night ai e moon, vox, iuck supper. j Van I larger of Kalamazoo, was Abby Moore, of Butterworth ho-,here visitingvwith his family and pital, Grand Rapids, spent over Sun-ifriendg ove. Sunday,, day with her mother, Mrs. Louisa j , Mr and Mrs IJroas Mann an1 Moore. ... j friends of Detroit, were the Sunday A load of young people of -Lang- , puest8 0f y,s mother, Mrs. BePe Mann ston, also W. C. Kruger, of Cowden;at the jro"as homestead on V. State Lake attended the Church of Christ ' st .eet services last Sunday evening to heart Rev' John . Klich returned Tues the address given by Miss Orah'day eVeninp frcm Detroit, where he Haight, of India. had been called by the -serious illness Last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. II. E. jef his mother., Mr. and Mrs. Arnold CUrch went to their home between t Schmidt wee with him on their trip. Lakeview and Coral where they en-j We saw Charles Briggs down at tertained delegates who attended 4th the depot, Monday morning and district Christian missionary society! when we asked him where he was held with the home church, at Cow-J coiner, he said that he was going to !!min j3U(D 'lili tor 57 There's a reason why you should use our ' Baker Boy Bread and other products. . Call for our baked goods and you will 7 : Taste the : Mecis'on Orders taken for .lunches and , ban; quets. Call for Baker Boy bread. 13c a loaf or 2 for 25c : . Ho A, Main St. me Punches 6c Root, Props. Belding WJW America's Favorite ZANE GREY ! There's a name that you folks know and love. I've talked with a good many of you about him you're just as anxious as I am to get hold of his newest story. So here's good news: We won't have to wait until it comes out as a book; it starts next week in JEe COUNTRY GEMTLEMAH , r I wouldn't miss the next fifteen issues of this national farm weekly for many times their cost; this story alone is worth double the price of a whole year's subscription. To the Last Man is more than a rattling tood story Zane Grey spent a lot of, money and months of tudy to make it an accurate picture of one of the most dramatic conflicts in our history, the protracted struggle between sheepmen and cattlemen for the ranges of the West. Against this stirring background, full of breathless action and'gigantic adventure, he has painted one of the ten derest and most pleasing love stories he has ever portrayed. You won't want to miss a word of it, so you had better rush me your dollar for 52 big issues of THE COUNTRY GEN TLEMAN, including this great story. Weekly Not Monthly for $1.00 a Year ' Chas. Waite Phone 372 316 Lenard St., Beld An authorized tubrrlntlon re ortenttIre of TltfraatryCentlemaa Ht U iif' Horn Joirnal TlcSatardiy Imin 1 p. ij den Lake. They report a good con vention and enjoyment of the old home and the Christian fellowship of old friends as well as of new ones. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bennett, of Flushing1, returned home Friday af ter spending several days with their Florida to spend the balance of the winter there. He had a ticket for Flint and we suppose that by the time he got there the weather had wanned up enough to induce him to stay in Michigan. Mrs. Orpha Luscombe was in Grand momer, ..Mrs. wm. ii. uenneu, wno ; itapiris a few days mis week pur has been seriously ill. They made chasing goods for her millinery store the trip in their car. .on south Bridge street. Mrs. Eva P Estab.xok returned I Mr. and M.s. Frank Heth of Grand to her home in Grand Rapids, Mon. j Rapids have returned to their pavi day after caring for her sister, Mrs. lion at Long lake and will open the W. H. Bennett for the past two weeks ' same to the public on Saturday, May Mrs. H. T. roiman is now caring forizath. with a big dance and roller her.. Roy J. Bennett, of Durand. motor ed to Belding, Thursday to spend a few hours with his grand mother, Mrs. W. H. Bennent, returniny the same evening. - - - . . The Misses Julia Gab.iels and Fre da Barber went to Grand Rapids on Friday to spend over Sunday visiting. U. .M Ayers, 01 Hastings, a for mer resident of this city was in town several days last week looking after his local property and shaking hands with his old friends and acquaintan. ces. By the way, that puts us in mind that we have Mr Ayers house next door, east of the Aahiy?Jd board ing house for sale and it will make a very desirable Komefdr" someone who wants jt. Call at this office for price, etc. rearl Jenks, of Detroit, arrived in the city Monday noon and is visiting at the home of his sister, Mrs. A. B. Lewis an other relatives and friends Mrs. William Batson. of Bie Rap ids, arrived in the city Friday to vis It with her sister. Mrs. A. . Jenks for a time. The post office force are accusing Byron Moore of taking two days- Saturday and Sundayoff and going on a fishing trip in Oakfield. Monday when we asked the genial G. D. window clerk the question "What luck did you have fishing yesterday? he replied that he had experienced good luck. ' Later on however he got to thinking that it would not look Miss Ula Grace, of Detroit, was the week end guest of Miss Florence Washburn. Mrs. Ella Lewis and her daughter Mrs. A. J. Neve, went to Greenville, Monday morning. skating on the folowing Sunday. Mrs. E. Benson and son, Qtis, of St. Johns, were in the city Tuesday and Wednesday calling on old friends and neighbors and also looking after the graves of loved ones gone before in the local ecemtery. Will Kessler left last week for Greenville, Ohio, where he plans on staying at the home of his son, Lewis until next spring at least. W. J Harmer is confined to his home with an attack, of erysipilis. Word was received here lhat Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lypps had started on their, way balk from California and that they were intending that the trip home would take them about six weeks. , I Mrs. Bryant Russell, of Ba'ldwin, widow of Bryant Russell, who died at Baldwin about two months ago, died at her home on Thursday, May 12. The funeral was held on Saturday, May 14. Wr. R. Olds, Mr. and M.-s. Robert Olds and Mrs. Carl Steele and Clayton Steele attending from this lity. Mr. Russell was brought here and buried in Otiscb cemetery by the side of his first wifeabut 2 months ago, but Mrs. Russell requested that she be "buried by the side of her mother, at Luther and the wish was carried out. Word came to this city that Mrs. Will Costello, living in the Parnell j neighborhood, had died suddenly that j morning of convulsions, death being unexpected. j Gordon Frost, of Smyrna, received ! notice by telegram, Monday morning I that his mother, Mrs. George Frost! of Long Beach, Florida, had died and j that the remains would be. brought to either Smyrna or Alto for burial. C. A. Dexter went to Alma Mon day morning, called there to attend the funeral of his uncle, John Mor Iton, a former resident of this place, j Arba Face returned on Monday 'morning frcm an over Sunday visit ; nt the Lome of his children pt Coop- ersville. Herbert Stacey, who has been at Detroit for the past three years, was j in town calling on pld friends Mon , day. H.e is now situated on a farm a few miles south of Rockford and is , working for a concern at Grand Rap ids. Mrs. Jessie Wolfinger and one of her wards, of Faith Home,t Smyrna, were in the city Saturday 'on their way to Ionia where the former had some business to attend to. C. L. Daniels and C. C. Gilleo of Grand Rapids, iwere in the city on Monday and while here Glenn E. Wortley took the two men in his ma chine and showed them some of the many beauties of living in Belding and the two left here thinking that it was about the best little big place in the state to take up a residence in. Incidentally, Mr. Gilleo, who happens to know more about the linotype than the man who mae'e the contrap tion, stopped in this officea nd quick ly made a few movements with his fingers and a few tools with the re sult that the machine is about three times as speedy now as it was before he came here. , ' . Frank Howe, who holds a permit to 'catch bass out of season, says that he has caught but a very few and that they have been shipped to the state fish hatchery at Comstock Park for ropogation purposes. Mr. Howe ays the poor catch to the wet' rainy season. 'Charles Friedman and his sister-in-law, MUs Edith Shon, of Chicago were the over Sunday guests of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Friedman. All my millinery is marked down one-half price. Mrs. Orpha Luscombe 113 S. Bridge street. R. B. Ailfs, of Grand Rapids, was 111 the city Friday getting, his goods ready to move to Grand Ripidfc where he will reside in the future. Mr. Grey Race and family were Sunday evening visitors with Mrs. Race's mother, Mrs. Celia Spencer of South Bridge street. Mrs. J. C. Ballard and her two children, Evelyn and Jack, accompan ied by her mother, Mrs. Finney, re turned on Thursday from W. Palm Beach, Florida, where they had been spending the winter. Mr. Wm. Ritterstorf and family, who have been living in St. Johns, for the past winter, returned to their home in this city on Monday, to stay. Typewriter supplies at this office. WEST CHADWICK Mrs. D. S. Antcliff was a Friday caller at Mrs. Melvin Smith.'. Mrs. D. S. Antcliff and Mrs. Roy Cranmer, of Belding, were in Ionia, Thursday, shopping. William Krick and son, Lewis, wm! Saturday callers at his parents, Mr. aud Mrs. Levi Krick. Mrs. Millard Jewell assisted Mrs. Wean Tuesday in cleaning hou3e. , Mr. Will Chadwick is drawing his potatoes to a car at Chadwick for Wilson and Purdy, of Orleans. Clas Was Entertained On Friday evening, last, Mrs. J. M. Thomas' class held one' of their pleasant get-to-gether meetings at the home of Richard Rummler. Af ter the boys and teachers had had a happy hour of play on the lawn they were invited into the house where Mrs. Rummler served refreshments which one and all enjoyed. This class is one of the prize classes of the school and they sure'y know how to have good times and Mr. Thomas is one with them. j:n:nn:mmK::nu:::nnjn:mm::nmj:::n::mnnmmm::::::un:::r.:jm I Grocery Opening I I -I wish to call your attention to the fact that I I will have my fresh stock of groceries, etc. all ready and arranged and will open up my store to the public on , y ' " - Thursday Morning May, 19, 1921 ' I will be pleased to serve you and assure your getting thefreshest and best groceries at a money saving price. - W. B. CONNER SlOt PAINTING and soon CARDS No Waiting Shop Over Post Office JOE RUMLEY 03 X TYJSCJfSTEMT Outdoor Goods for Spring Enjoy these spring da s out of doors. Start the season with new outing and sporting goods. BASEBALL GOODS -the kind that big league players use to win games, TENNIS a well selected line of rackets that . will please good players in this vicinity. FOR THE MOTORIST--yacuum bottles, lunch kits and other conveniences that add to the pleasure of the. trip. ' t ' Everyone who enjoys outdoor life will find our special displays and good- values of unusual interest this week; T. Frank Ireland Co. The WMCHBSTM Store jsiii?inni;isiiiii;iiii!i!i;nt!:ss:s:::n;ss!i:?inmm:;:;;tmu:uirnmu:uin4u: Where it Pays, to Pay Cash Vincent Block g Belding, Mich. It Pays To Think when you go to buy bread. On second thought you will undoubt edly think about our bread and you will call for Farm House Bread. 13c per loaf 2 loaves 25c Baked clean, Kept clean and Is clean Your grocer sells Farm House CITY BAKERY L. E. TRIMBLE, Prop. PHONE 177 Bread is your BEST FOOD eat more of it RAULEIGtl'S Good Health Products Are Goods of Quality You can always rely on the poo:!s manufactured by the W. T. Raw leigh Company. Thousands of sat isfied customers all over the Unit ed States. For Sale By: Fred S. Bradford Belding, Mich. pecial Sale of Shantoo Ghambry j1 - Friday and Saturday This is an extra heavy chambry in , plain colors, Pink, Blue, Green Lavender, Tan. They will wash well and wear like iron. . Positively ;none sold until Friday morning nor later than Saturday night. Special Price 124c E. C. LLOYD VSSSVfXiXl ttztxzztxi WXXXfXlXXtX FIRING OPENING 1 We will open the season at our pavilion at Long lake with a big dance'on Satarday Evening, May 28 Music furnished on the occasion by the Avalon orchestra, of Grand Rapids. Ev erybody is invited to this big evene and a good evening's entertainment is assured. Roller Skating on Sunday, May, 29 Heth's pavilion is the best skating floor in Ionia county and plenty of music and plenty of congeniau people make this healthful pastine the more enjoyable. Don't forget the datesSaturday and Sunday, May 28th and 29th. HETH'S. PAVILION LONG LAKE F. H. HETH, Prop. .