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Mririry rrr Try ir 'irm T r ttu a' T'Tmirh ix ttt tttt -r THIRTY-THIRD YEAR, NO 4 b11re nearly fatal 10 young guild FORMER LOCAL FAMILY FIG URES IN BAD AUTO FIRE AT KALAMAZOO, SUNDAY mMAj: EELDIXG, MICHIGAN. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 15, 1921 FIVE CENTS THE COPY. Word reached this city Sunday night that Mr and Mrs. George II. Engemann, former residents of this city, had figured in a bad automobile fire late that evening at Kalamazoo, where they have been living for some months past and that their little daughter, Ruth Jane, aged G years, was so badly burned that no hopes for her recovery were entertained by the physicians who attended her. Mr. and Mrs. Engemann had been invited to ride with some neighbors who had a seven passenger car and after riding for a time, they drove up to a filling station to secure a supply of gasoline. Mr. Engemann got out while the tank was being till ed, but the rest of the party remain ed in the car. Mr. Engemann stood with his back to the machine and he heard a muifled explosion and turn GREAT-INTEREST SHOWN IN "Y" SUMMER CAMP MIT PEOPLE II Every mail brings in more regis- i a! ii t : - a... ' ic C A. camp which is to be held at K Lj fl Jill L DC i C . Lie ) uni'v mui ini i mail ers have already been secured so the camp is assured excellent supervn PIONEER COUPLE RENEW VOWS sion. Liiibert &mim oi L.yons win have charge of the base ball tourna ment; Donald Rochester, of Ionia, will have charge of the indoor base ball, volley ball, quoits, and track TAKEN 50 YEARS AGO. JUDGE LAPHAM OFFICIATES V HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES ARE GIVEN "LETTERS" PROFESSOR PEPP" ffllOR CLASS PUT S ,1 BIG S ( BENCH iiS OI Approximately 2 0 0 neighbors, j The athletic season ended at the! High school this past week by 1 1 1 issuing of "letters', medals an? rib- i hons, to the successful players The following men were granted baseball letters: II. Loyle, fc. Dehn, Mammon- tree, Hawlcy Mehney, Skel'engt r, EVEN XiIE MINOR CHARACTERS waiters, iuckm ie, james ana urn bertson. Mr. Mehney has been elect ed captain for next year. All these ttipn will h Vinrk this f;ill pYcpnf 1 t. a. 1 r I ioyie, nammoniree anu PROVED TO RE STARS IN POPULAR OPB3RA About Our Rand Belding City Band gave its 3rd open air concert from the band stand last Wednesday evening to a very large and appreciative audience. The boys are surely doing good work this season. The marched are played with a snap, overture and selections are handled with the idea of getting the very best out of them. Now a won! to our country friends. The city of Reldincr wants vou to romp to Ilpldimr . . M tmi ftlim Am... ... . Ihe banil is one of its attractions. So .nfiuiiu aimii VICINITY IS AP PERM EN I OF OUR ELEVATIONS "Professor Fepp", the three act icome and hear the bard on Wednes day evenings. C oncerts begin at promptly 8:00 o'clock and continue forone hour. PROXIMATELY 800 FT. HIGH- ER THAN EAST SEA COST Dehn. In vints Tlorinul llliinmnf. nf IVuirW i i i "i ,t i m..- i trnrlr fnllnwirnr min rpppivo I inn. 1 1 i.. i i... i. i i , '..r , .jrieiiua anu relatives oi Lir. anil .urs. 77" 1 7" , r o, 11 iu"ckc .vmuy muscn oy uiu ; jjlVf.i I minr-h I-nmr )iui.,,u lrttto x-ill ha in chnrffo nf tho namn it 01 .11 ai i .1 r, trials ri .Knnc ani Mfttnvo" Pl-olU.n. inoi U! o m i 1 .MMC1 IHUnril lOng 1l.StaiUe store and bank: Tom Rills, of Ionia, a i un tu,,.1., t n f?er. Hawlev. Lambertson. McNauirh- .rommna andmn,... :.,;, . A'irtu .loore made a longdistance ....11 1. ,i ' 1 r..: V i uiouaj win ue me oiuciai piiuiuKiP"tr; gjst them in bimmons. Of belding, Will be in ' ROth n o-nMon unnivorrv charge of the singing and also act mrria!re nnd from the way things 'year except for Chickering. who will Sunday. June 0, to apr, Hawley Lambertson, McNaugh-, to generous audiences on Saturday haS t ek when he TansoSitel fittingly observing the .ton. Dorr and Chickering The track 1 and Monday evenings, June 11 and JV"1, : "ftl ft fx 11 t n ?innivpr;arv of Ihfiriam Will remain iiuaci ior next 13. AC- i ir V lerSa..r.0u:.llItvear excent for ChickerinL' who will TU lit. fnr.i.nl p,.Monf ' Chicago, owned, on Vabasis Take, as chairman of the leaders council ( were crried on throughout the day, i graduate which meets each day at noon to dis- if wiii etnn.i n.it . n hi.r ..vnt m I tain for iL - a. :i. iL. i "... " T . -,. mm .... t t . . .. 7 " ---- - OI i ravprsn i,itv. m r vrrwirn tr of not only Mr. and Mrs. I n enn'8'. 1UISS "'aren. ivramer opened tne nrst act, till the curtain ; h 'I f hursdav had dVlIvPrVd r, but also every, person who if ndf Mr. Dehn were awarded l,t- was lowered at the close of the last nJJnV as Wkn Be d Lfb ! the lives Skellenge was present on the occasion. ters next year. cuss the best interests of the camo; Fred Hancock, of Charlotte, will be in charge of all water sports; and Charles Witmar, of Lyons, will be the camo scribe whose duties are to wn i i,,. i,,v v i his home in the upper peninsula, af- comedv and screaminirlv funnv cli- keep a permanent record of the ac- j f nn,.f4n at h; Um t T,.nn,m. . ter a week's visit with relatives he maxes'. The play was on the tvre ' iivities in camp and report them to an(j was witnessed by the min- WU return to the University of Chi- J which appeals most to Belding nu- J. M. Fawcett, engineer in charge of the survey work, etc.. on the north side sewer, has recently brought what is known as "Sealevel Elevations" into this city from a point where they had been established, at Wabasis hill and has established a number of these marks at various places in the city. Mr. Fawcett is an engineer of many years experience and has been on biir jobs in many foreign lands. His find- rJ; ' . . , , ... ... ... , scene, ino neavy plot,, no moral, no , s t urflav rovnrin mnrp tnnn inn i nc-s show this ritv nfl Mmmnnitv The marriage ceremony of 50 . oacn finana leu ias; aaiuraay ior deep .dramatics, just quick-moving ' . nf orr:tnrv " fno . . t k n fp - nin-ko- fv. the newspapers for publication .Other leaders who will be with us are K. A. Smith., of Charlotte, A. M. Hall, of Belding, and George Urtell, of. Lake Odessa. The Huizinga Jewelry Company, of I to be just about 800 feet higher than sea level. Information Wanted Mr. Fawcett has prepared an arti- T 1 1.1 1M. i ... . M ' 1 . J.i: ...!lL ! . 1 Knign,TU, anea?srlHm who happened to be visiting at tlu-wher h h m their evidences of apprecia- when iXJ hca'rd fro & nine ; ft may be a matrof 'interest to Bacon home The original we ling hip of the .11 scl s tion s a Wfl8 working near Saranac ; many people whose attention has not was a secret affair and was kept so than the local one. , bach , P''0' ' 0hf,SI,utrtIt Anyone knowing of hi whereabouts been called to it, that the datum plane for a period of three months and be-; KL'nSi ifocpJL0" 'Ek,ase communicate with his son,1 or plan of reference to which the came known when the bride s mo ror Scl. rum Isaac ; nAoHv wM fmartnH AV th , Eugene Smith, R. F. D. No. 1, Me- work of building our raidroads, state unexpecteoiy came across in" l.mi- tale marriage certificate. The Golden wedding "ceremony' 0,,"u"7 : ai fil pecially well enacted. As the clown The marriage4 of Edward Schrum n the circuSi Sim Batty and Petunia and Miss Helen E. Isaac, goth of Muggins carried the comedy element costa, Mich. ! highways, river improvements, irri- ; gation projects and other similar un dertakings is the level of the ocean inc around discovered the machine ! Ionia, now have on display in their to be in a mass of flames. He plung- window a large silver cup which they ed into the car and succeeded in get- will present to the loy who makes tiny hold of his daughter, who was the best all round record in camp. burning from head to foot and wrap-The winner will have his name en- jacked whatever solemmitv the ori- Flint, took place in the Baptist church with them constantly, and Aunt Min- ping his coat a ooui ner, succeecuvi in ; graven on uu euP anu .t u-r , . , compact had an1 mirth ,,H,V:,il- Saturday afternoon at two o'clock, " was, a'.ve-msp-.ru.g extineuishinir the lire. He next at- year, then return it to camp to be , . , . .. T.,,' , nn T. ;, at Betty Gardner, th Trofessor's ward . . i ! i 1 11 ' . 4 . . . .1. Ui IU XI 1)111 HIV Llllll- UUUl iWUV. 1. V'll I . ill 1 1 1 1 K .'113. i'i . .!' u . M1MIIV., X li itiiiiHcu " , "" vi. ..c... ..v-v v... v. "ham. thf onifUitinn" mairistr it c. e! nmnrnn bmH hrc l.i ha fiitn nr ..-"". ..i. w, ;ikp. tniip Mr n:u Hrivimr ivnr u f . : i:,. ,.r !,..,) 1 .. i he started for the machine the sec-; all round camper. It will be quite an s - , f th,. front T-Minr ntt,.ndi th mntm.tin, simP'y tyPlcaI J foIks, very tpr thn mlll rlnso, n. fi - . , . "l lV,f' l.,1 uV'u"""t ond time, she came out unassisted , honor to any boy to win this cup and J ' J th G-A ,, hl whj h . ' Th ... . . o5r . . much enamoured, and with eyes and Each one took theip lunch with ih ' 4 "".. 7 1,-", .'"rJ" t . v. , 1 i in t-v viiv 1 11 1 v 1 iii v 1 1 j vuuiiti j uu Held I'icnic At Woodard Lake The parters and soft silk winders low tid at Sandi. Honk, or Kcw York of the Richardson Silk mill had a I Harbor. F rom this elevation called picnic, Tuesday night at Woodard the zero elevation, or nlace of bfo-in- . suvp tor ' a siur it , have his name engraved thereon. , .. t. 1 i.- 1 .k. . thoughts lor no-one but each other. .. . .. l :n 1. iu . ..: servea as me uiiar ami reu.juiiu imj r lint, ivnss isaac was a lormer re.-i- rr, . 11 . 1 . nair arounu U'l s M'e iui win ue me insc n vu. f ro VPnrs nrm with thr fo low- J.lont rf thU -itv n,l vv s hnwn t.i "- m- mann was ourneu ; tnis beautnui cup. i : 1 ;mn,00!v ,m.,. ri.i Y pernaps especial meniion snoui'i I im ci.im luv iiuuivi'i vv....4 J JIIUIIV 3 Lilllkl iuvi I SCHOOL GOURSE and unharmed burning of her nles. Mr. Enge about the arms and hands and the rest cf the people in the party re ceived minorb burns, as did also the man who was in charge of the filling station. L'ttle Ruth was immediately rush ed to Old Borgess hospital, where physicians who attended her, said that her condition -was practically hopeless. Everything possible was j done to save her and a telephone call ! to Muskegon shortly before this is j written, is to the effect that the child j will recover, although it will be a J long time before she will be able to get about. No one" knows how the lire started. A state paper which circulated here, . . . Monday night carried the statement! Henry J. W heater agricultural in- j that boys who were passing threw i ftructor in the local schools writes a match over to the car to see what 1 the following letter to the patrons would happen, but Mr. Engemann ; f the school and in particular those; . 1 ' . 1 ii. . i vvhsu mmTfn havn linen win kir," savs that no one Knows now inQ "tT, , . . , fumes of the gasoline become ignit- VERY IMPORTAHT INSTRUCTOR W II EATER CLOSES SUCCESSFUL YEAR. TELLS OF BENEFITS TO BE GAINED cd. The family has many friends in this city, who while regretting to learn oi" the sad incident, will be pleased to know that little Ruth .stands a good chance for recovery. with him in the course. Belding city schools, department S Agriculture. June 15, 151!1. Dear patrons: Today we are returning to you your choicest possessions, your son and your daughter. Thev have been given us for a school year, and we hope that for them it is a success ful year. e have learned to know TV '.V ': A ft ''-". - -V -'i .;. , - ';V' ' and they report having a jolly good der the direction of the U. S. Coast time. anA Clnruntc enrvov Kv m ir trainml 1 for the work, and who are equipped ;with elaborate and costly instru ments; and the work done is known (as. "The Precise Levels. This work ( consists in determining the height of numerous easily accessable points through the country, above the place jof beginning. That is to say, the I height of any point, for instance, the j floor of the Senate Chamber of the Icapitol at Lansing, above mean low I tide at Sandy Hook. Elevations thus PLAYED ON LOCAL DIAMOND established are called "Bench Marks" SATURDAY; SCORE WAS their hht- ia F? J" eetK r 11 m t t i-vru ivvivr- m feet and decimals of feet above TO 3 AT 12TII INNING Sandy Hook. These Bench Marks are usually BEST GfflE OF BASEBALL EVER PLAYED LOCALLY be made of Peddler Benson, the col lege lad -working his way through school via his ability as a salesman, j The real credit for the successful presentation of the play belongs un jmistakeably to Supt. Skinner, whose ! efficient, 'untiring direction entibled j the students to make a good showing 'with much less time in which to : practice than is usually necessary. (The participants themselves fully appreciate his thorough interest and effort to aid them, and evidenced , their apreciation by being faithful at ' rehearsals, anxious to please and to 'do their utmost to make the play a success. The exact financial standing of "The greatest game played on the taken on the bridge seats or wingwall .the venture is not yet known, but local diamond in years", was the ver- of railroad or highway bridges. Also the officers are confident that they diet of every fan fortunate enough on the door sill of the waiting room have 'made good', and can clear their . to witness the contest, last S;J- or on the water table of a depot, debt on the gift they have given to urday between Belding and the Co!-' In the work of the U. S. Geological their underclassmates, the motion ored Giants of Lansing. survey these Bench Marks serve as picture machine. ,PI Error In Publihsing We erred in stating last week that M". L. Willoughby had been at Grand tiem.,(j Rapids attending a meeting of the , Suate,APt0mCtVSVrrMai(Tv-nmir have broadened and should have sated that Mr illough- livt,g We haVt, trk,( oy was in tical clinic Rapids. I attended the Thii MR. AND MRS. HENRY SKEI.LK: 4 GER S! . .1 i 1IO id If ! Ul V LI141L 11. ill V l- U ' .Hll HU V'H .4V4t 14 V v 1 in knowing them have lov- .,.,! -o '...u.... ,.,,0,, nAin(r c-,n.if The friendships formed ; ,.:,;,, iw;.. ... tk ncc.r,,. f o iif enricneu uur;.L;. a, ii ,., , , ,1 .1 .1 .. ..,.U '"'"U 11 Ul IUIVII lllllll well spent. St 'Kit, 1 i iovn mwii H "VI Vl.nf,,,- ,.,,,..1 C.Q ..el !VT AT it? VL- nr.-Hi- novo -it. which wS. ; held at Grand ih I-i-il-als of life r h 'J i tended by amlEunia MVhn" , Zt week Mr. Wilhughby ut.ove a ha.v J0. fh! , wife 'good pastry cook, dutch cheeyc their gran.l children and Miss Men- "examinations which the " 'o'CAi ,I r,,r "aV ."v 'maker of fine quality, member of ney carried popies lrom r landers The dinner was then served and oh! For eleven innincrs the Silk Citv the starting points for a system of representatives and their ebony huid levels that follow the public roads all opponents battled neck and neck an.l over the country, at road intersec- when the game was called to allow tions, the tops of hills and bridges, the visitors to catch a train the score and other convenient places bnnch stood a tie 3 to ,'5 and will be continu- marks are established temporarily ed when the boys from the Capitol and their elevations arc marked with city return on July 10th. white paint on fence posts, gates. The pitching honors were evenly fences, telephone poles and side3 of divided between Cross for the Giants bridges. It is from th"s ; lcal bench and Bobby Sauer, "the new addition marks that the contours showing the to the 'local pitching staff. Both : surface of the country are worked twii'lers were given excellent sup- out. port and some wonderful fielding by '1 h- ortours .-.re v ore i out show each club featured the game. in differences in levels of the land Owing to the late arrival of the of ten feet, twenty feet, fifty feet, do Giants the game was not as well at- pending on how broken or hcv smooth tended as had been expected but . iv sr.-tri- of thf land happens to be. Sunday evening. June 12. marked those who waited were well repaid As the work of the survey proceed3 GJ REV. B!SS DESIRE TO KNOW" THEME HEARD AT M. E. CUURCH SUNDAY, JUNE 12 what is perhaps one of the most im- and the managment wishes to thank permanent bench marks are establish nrrssivn of th ormsions ronnprtorl the lans lor their patience and it is ed evcrv few miles. ine.;e are made stale nouis in opionu-uy .anu wnnu f , . f f mpntni dr-vplonmpnt hut nn-i vvmij ;n wn nt Mnkptron. tcnt. tnaC oi mental ciceiopment W(n m.irriPli fiftv vmrs :v and which' examinations were passed ' j1.3.' yer-looked the practi-)anJ travent,,j aontr together in good I the granduer of many a banquet of preSsive successfully by him. There were 120 o, , oWT,mf t,. shape during all that time, are here- tne past was swept asuie as me with graduation. The class of '21 De nopea that our visitors in the of a piece of iron pipe three inches men from all over the state and the , ne. , b"cu J a e, mJ L,w . by granted a license to get married ! guests sat down an? the loads of chose Rev. W. A. Biss to deliver future will start out in conveyances jn diameter and about 'our or five work of examining was in charge of . ??PaY.f I?m?& aPin if they can find anybodv who ! s tuff began to nrcul;.'. TurkVys their Baccalaureate sermon. He was that will bring them to the grounds feet in length and ar- set d-ep some of the best experts which the tlon ,,n . f1:leJ?nc'",ift fiLliwill perform' the wedding ceremony. that Mary had fatted, hams home , -sjei1(j in the serviCe, held at the on schecule time. enough in the ground sd that from state could secure. -ZnAJ offlciatin,r cayman or magis- smoked .saved al y for the oc- m e. church, by the other pastors The score by innings: six to twelve inches are exposed On r--- itrate will know thi covn e hv their t"- "i ... v.v..T 0I ine city. - o iJ iu 11 iv tne up 01 cne pipe a uronzs uisk. is Ihey may choose to raise potatoes. , , , n . ' nB-Au. jthmg else toothsome and tempting, Lansing 00 0 100110 0 0 3 arrpxved. civinc the heicht of the disk music, the graduates took their . Beidin . 0 1 0 0 1 ' x 0 0 c 3 above sea level four Juniors The' uanciita. viws ami nunrs, .:iuiri from inese uencn uiarivs luumj Long Illness Fatal William Schultz, aged 4 year died at the home of his parents ;tu w.o,. i ' i(n. xraxe win Know mis coupie oy tneir.":- ; " , V In? a Ch n to rr,P?or the 'looks and can not possibly be mis-jthmg else toothsome and tempting, tars com ,or any crop, to care for the , ,f , . , which could be thought of. The ta ty!' poultry flock three months, to care ftiLeVu irly groaned under their . wr: nn,i L-m.n milt- ronk him. He is short and stubble and she 1 . , . . , . nm nnA nn,tnnn . .. nlapos iicnrroil fv f ilk followin? an 'illness which h,d . ?r to study am i.perv.s.on un.icr , - -A -tr!lw. to 'e t thomscLvPs - - - - roimwinir ine iiiiiiht uv time wan.i, . , sang two beau- and Simons. road engineers, Drain commissioners, afflicted him for the past six nths - I believl berry short cake are their ,onp ?uit nerit n vi tine and man an ob Scripture lesson. .,n,i xvhirh wna rjnim.H , hv n stn, of employment, ihis credit is, i Deiicvc spent in visiting and many an oui , . ' , - ,. ,,. BCpm, " ; pVinnrni .nrvii-pi u-nrn 'the best one offered in our public : "... .i .....tvw ... t me ncj( cnt was reCalled and re- ",c 17 ,oil , paralysis. Funeral services ere . . . , ner. She caneat more than Henry, virwp,i nn. nt ftlollt four oVlock a . B.'ss chose the 12th verse of the 1 held lrom the house aaturaay aner; united in helninir the but Henry will not take a back seat!sh t nroirram was even which con- chapter of I-irst Corinthians: "I noon at two o'clock and burial was in ? ome re "n,ted ' n hclPin 1110 for anybody and will always get his J?, P0f Yhc reading of an original "hall then know, even as I am known" Orleans cemetery. Surviving are his Dy ,rk out his future. , . ' Mtahl(1. trv mn nnt !lst! 1 t!. .Qvl"? a,V In nart. tho sneaker said. "Th,. de- x lit: VKty luimj inrt;iii; ma ruiinni tiful anthems; Rev. Oslorne offered 55 """V? June111;Jin' ai ' m short, any one having levels to run Rooke read the ,,aiu xiis. DfjuinK wm nave auuim.-i can at aiitimes Knon,v nis eievaiion nara proposition wnen tney meet me above the sea level. fast Cedar Snrinirs Independents. Un tl.. u;ei,,i h,.. nth to date they are undefeated, having Uf g Geoopical survey are very uf, .A ,I13 uu uvn-3. wonderful things. They not only v,c ."wu.uv iJiain .nn Vii .uc- ghow the surface of the country which iiuK une ii me uintT mov:. IjVL s larents, four brothers, Charles, of Detroit; Fred, at home; Herman, of Saginaw and Otto, of Hillman. also two sisters. Mrs. L. J. Whitford and Mrs. Freda Antcliff, of this city. GMrge Youngs Dead George Y'oungs, aged C3 years, died Sunday night at his home at 521 S. school under his father's care. He talk Henry but Henry can win out in am, one by .Mr'sMane Johnson. Ed. sie fo know always. brings its am- -? VWk nit" rewHn . ii we mi: iiuiiu i v tniiu 11 l - - mnv lenm the cost of nroducine by the argument in the long run. . t. Entremann. on behalf of the as hpinn- n nroihifrr. he mav learn the Given under my hand at Washing- semblatre. presented Mr. and Mrs learn the business of farming by be ing shown the fjarm plans and by helping dispose of crops raised on twoc ctn.nf ofto- n l in o-rr i n iilnp? 1 the farm. This then is our ideal, to lung trouble being the cause of his ; encourage the boy to stay on the death. Mr. Youngs had resided in , iarm Dy giving nrni someimng oi u:s Grattan township on a farm for prac- own side. Let s go th CQVcr but ghow evcrything in tiame will ie iv t iot-oa r-oii. r. - - , rriHiis. mi imiii.. iiriio. iiiiiil.o. viimi- we work until we can get something . fne lieiding uuti went to bix . , crv,ool houses, burial irrounds. alue of ime bv keeping 'accoun s of ton D c7 hi.; ist (lay of June, A. D. , Skellenger with sevral splendid gifts . to eat; the desire carries with it tho Kes 7fs;ha;;.far; houldinw. fair grounds, in fact ,Zl roent helping fSthSr. or he may 1921. jwhich had been given individually ' ?hinVto LYBeldfe" Earl? iA?ne everything, the township lines and Herbert Hoover. Food Commis- fna aiso a purse o money "n i arouint the doilre for knowUHljrc. : irame their umpires made a job of names jnciuueu. sioner for tne United States hn Plvcn bv the people who were to knoii has " accomp Shed' the affair by constant raw decisions' The use of the Geological maps ' and distributor of milk to Present. TAjlt hin J w hout iwhich took the pep all out of the lo- are. or. can be made, a most useful the starving babies of the' v,eVr Vu" that strong desire trreat inventor ;cal boys. Mullen, their wild man aid m the teaching ot ueograpny n world. Mehney and the many women of the , "nh ' aV Jt nv entor , , our public schools. It is primary, in i j 'uuirii ifi s ii'n Kim w utf ncii' . . 7. . . ... siu:.i ; : Ceremonv Mr. and Mrs. Henry nVsnrvn irrrat credit for the succors who have given the world something "'wu . unnK ru ueui s, to plant, care for, and sell, then 1 iremony am the value and satisfaction of Skellenger: neaii in ine v.iv. .v..vU.... . , --- him uncon-' importance to teach boys and girls Y'ou will iic,? hiuj nave nivvii nit; nuuu nwiiictiiin. - r . , . , i .1 would not have aided the progress of fcious for a short period. In the same the geography- of their own ' county, ell humanity. 'The desire to know' has -frame Green and Moon werhit on, The names and location of the town- please ioin of the event. this act and'. Mr. and Mrs. Skellenger are well . numuimy. i G" 4ul". L" .r.V villnn.T places of day afternoon from the house, th. J. have ., : tnri Jwf ttK tli! STS a time in "ao? V! ho had taken h over the realct , JrrccUMt 'i of the Universe and bv the favor of t-- dom. vh''h Ftool across from raui ciesirea xo Know oi cne luiure , V,,-.',. J"B' .... - , . ca'1 oiiy" ut- ,l114 u " vv f iht 1 I'hillina startPl in the box for Mel- for ihp rpnrpntjitive in Concrress. Uivine I'rovidence you renew the me grist miw at omyrna. wm-ru .V l "l 'j I " V,ti .;...A.i ;n u u ..-'iV J " .. Skellenger worked in the saw ljoru on ine earin, ne nau e.xpenenc- "" n""'! i"- wuivn ui me van w (luunasiu i"i Im. Vin -oa tviiimlifir Havinir rVinrfP. I more than to show the advantages ' . v t : 1 . i,t.w. .,,,,,1 Uivine I'rovidence vou renew Kev 11. s lAiia nreachin0' and puriai : i""1"1"11 "mu ii . . - . , . nr. ive. ii. ii ns ULai.iiiiin aim ',"" , ,.i ' 'j ,fu u solemn marnaiTe vows taken bv vou Mr was in Ashley cemetery, surviving j"V -T L" fiftv vears atro this dav and to con- mill are his wjdow, two lathers, Jonn and ! - - 'r' u , 3 ;i " tinur tho ioumev as husband and on Charles 1 oung. ot rspencer, and two " l,,lv""uu v" . u v.iinfni in,i v,u,rrV,rfi north t t! ' !nnnflfnt nV ntr. Your pvnpripnro i wife in helplul and th:ughtlul con- 11,111 dar Springs and Mrs. Jay Ilorton, of nas xoia you inai you u-arn oy i "''"i1"' "VV O'lMe il !in Eot us then pass on the know-; end of time. And ' ' ' ' Moflre that hns liecn so dearlv boue-ht SHlenr iirrce to ... . . , nr oi.-ii i- i. i Gets District AKcncy , to those we hold most dear. ; Bow and on the farm ownel by Milo , things we can't understand now." Elmer U. Lovely, who for ,ome , My summer vacation wi 11 be jjnent , and la v-f ul and tedded -a , f an- mchmou ,V(.?t of Smyrnn f(r fiv. , dosing, Bey. Biss said. "There J Frr.o natt Tpnrpsnn in ho l.in. arouriu ufiuinv;. i win mnii, lam ...M4 roln T.ifo Insurance Co.. has 'been ! c farm boys at regular intervals to the ill They next lived for 8 years ed them, but he wished to know of inning by Mac Kercher, who pitched cents per sheet by addressing a let l th farm occupied by Fred Reeves the wonders of heaven. The Lord has a great game Only two hits were ter to the Director, U. S. Geological rth of Smyrna, then moved to Cor- given us knowledge as we need it; registered off his delivery and had Survey, Washington, D. C. Ill WVUIW l al. where thev purchased a tarm ana? we wm mhhp uv iwn ui uie uniMiu"iva von Hnnrv V resided there for vears, subsequent- of the future life, things morn won- havc been a winner fni imln ly thev'lived for 8 years on tho farm derful than those of this world. We in the field and his .ii... ... - iit-1 Tl'... . r. l nl.nl I nl.ln iin.ls.rornn.1 Ihn . llano nitchinrf wurii i . r.,i i ... ii i .. ;r t ICoW and on the inrm ownel oy III0 xninirs wh ran t untR'iuwm now. i.i in nu utiivi w !.- uiiiini-i i mifc, nil"" lawful and redded uife for an- Ri h ,V(.?t of Smyrna for fiv : closing, Rev. Biss said. "There are1 Score: r fifty years and shell out all .purchasing and movim- to their thre conditions necessary to success. Belding 0001 0 0000 1 7.1 money she wants, even to buying homo 1S vcars aro; t First, fith. confidence in our own Six Lakes '2 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 1 a new Henry rord automobilestf Thcv havo the cnii,lrt.n who ability, in our God-given powers. 1 L' ?, I r, C 7 8 1 R II L jssary, do you. And you, Mary wprp ihorn at (hc rp0hration of Kvery man has been given an arm; Batteries Phillips, Mac Kercher . C hild's playing 'proposed trunk sewer to which the hitting along with 1 has nddrose l itself, it was tne orignt Pi . lonrned that the sea level elevations :f,wi 4'i. n,,.,n learn liow their home work is nro-iher trip Standard Lifo Insurancn Co.. T)e. pressing and hope to get acquaint?'! necessary had not been brought into Belding. Inquiry disclosed the presence of one of the" bench marks above referred to between Biding and Greenville. From this bench mark, levels have . ... -. i.i. 1 i ... . m a . i r.i u r ii . "in n mi ' ". . - . . . r. . .- ....... - - - hititn rnrr on inin i n i r ' ami u1 1111- ratur, 111. and started in on his new n parenis m i-a.n u m.v i. 'v , m4 ,...o thoir po(cn wedding anniversary. long enough and a hand strong and tircen; .Mullen and aievens. i- r,ointq hive hid their eleva- duties Tuesday. Mr. Lovely has Ionia ours truly, - ; or a hundred years to be your true Andmv and Ross, of this city and enough to do something. Next, in- Bol.by Sauer, the sensational young inff county and nearby territory as his, "enry J- theater, and lawful and wedded husband for Mrs John Mrhnoy, cf Smyrnn. dustry. The lack of industry is on, pitrh-r that twirled for Belding above sea 'eei cieiermine district and will be glad to take the f Agtfculaural Instructor, j better or for worse, do his co-king, Congratulations on a long and use- of the big perils of today, the world : aga'nst the Colored Giants, has wired , m. , , . .,. f matter of life insurance up with vou Belding High school. Pc-h un his overalh and serve buck- ful lifc ,is sadly suffering from this lack. ! Mi.n.er Talbot that he will be on. Ellis school budding, door sill of . a-. i j.i .i il: i 'wheat pancakes and maple svrun fori n:nt,,rn -,1-or. tv,n ; n unc-iticfntirin TKn citicflod Y firing lino Sunday nnd will un- south door. bUJ.id. ac any ume. eaiu uuurt-xM-u in own ; . " vv t . .... .., ...... ..w.,... . ..v .........v.. ... ...... ....v ....... , ;.,,,i A r r;,-, inreaKiasi in ine spnny, uo you ; incn,nf.rtu ,:(j nr th PUMdinir and thoso.man is no longer on the march; the douotediy sign lor the oaiance oi inc; ..-nn..- - m i ...v 4..v, will bring further particulars. Rhoton Clerks Had Picnic The force of clerks in the Rhoton stores in this city and at Greenville vot together and held a picnic at Baldwin lake Tuesday evening and had a most enjoyable time. Splendid eats were served and the picnic sup per was declared to be simply excel lent. Swimming, boating, dancing, etc. kept 4,he party busy until a late hour. About 25 were present. K. Pa. Attention There will be work in the Third dejrree, Tuesday night, June 21, fol lowed by a supper.. Notice The Dorcas class of the M. K. Sunday school with their husbands and families will have a pot luck supper on the lawn at the home of Mrs. Converse in the old Broas house, .324 State street on Friday evening, June 17. at C:30. Party at the church if the evening is rainy. Any young married people iot already in Sun day school and who wish to share our good times will be made welcome at our .class parties and also at our pleasant class room in the M.' E. church where we spend a profitable study hour every Sunday at 12:00 o'clock. by authority of the laws of the statr who want one can procure them of I unsatisfied man does not hesitate to.scafon. of Michigan, vested in me as n maevMr. Dennis, at the studio. . istrate and in accordance with fhe Divine Law, I pronounce you husband and wife and give my greeting for continued happiness in the future. I Knights Of Oolumbu To Initiate The Greenville Knights of Colum- now introduce to this company, Mr. bus are planning on initiating a and Mrs. Henry Skellenger, the new-, large class into the mysteries of the ly weds of fifty years experience in order at their next meeting, Sunday, married life. June 19. Quite a number of men To me there is no grander or more (from this citv and the Parnell dis pnoblintr thoutrht to nonder over anditnct are numbered among the class. wait along the. way. His desires arc- not fulfilled, and as he progresses his vision broadens. Unsatisfaction is the parent of ambition, aspiration and desire. It is the grappling hook that holds us to the higher,, the best things of life." analyze in the economy of life, the human and Divine, than the fact to know that a couple have walked and The best investment you farmers enn makp ia to buv a era! Ion of Cow- talked and labored together for 50 Eaie to keep the flies from your years in love and harmony and loy-'cows. II. J. ConnelL Notice The dental offices of Belding will close Thursday afternoons beginning June 23rd and continuing through July, August and September. See Harold Lloyd at the Empress Monday and Tuesday. 1 L. K. C. Picnic State Has Children Tnp Ladies Literary Exchange club Anyone who is desirous of taking closed the activities of their year's a girl or boy to try out in their work last Thursday. June 9th, with homes with a view of adoption can. a picnic dinner in Riverside park to make application to County Agent jwhich the genlemen were invited. Wallace Haight any time before June. Much credit is" due the refreshment 20. The state has a number of good committee for the delicious, repast boys between the ages of 6 and 10 which was so much enjoyed by every years and girls between the ages of one present, eighty-four people being 8 and 12 years, for whom it is de- seated at the tables, which were sirous of obtaining good homes and a carload of these youngsters will be brought up through here in the near future from which good people could make their pick. beautifully decorated with roses and other gart?en' flowers. Altogeth, the club members considered it a very successful close to a successful year's work.