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Charlevoix county herald. (East Jordan, Mich.) 189?-1953, June 10, 1921, Image 5

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H. A. Kimball is at Detroit this week.
W. R. Barnett was at Traverse City
Monday. '
Goodrich Tires $12.00 each at Stroe
bel Bros. adv.
Mrs. Dan Conway of Flint is here
visiting relatives.
Mrs. A. L. Hilliard returned borne
last Friday from a visit at Cadillac.
S. E. Rogers left Tuesday for Grand
Kapids to serve on the Federal Jury.
Ernest Umlor went to Traverse City,
Saturday, where he has employment.
Mrs. George Matthews of Rapid City
is yisiting at tht home of her brother,
W. R. Painter.
Good Second Hand Vacuum Cleaner,
with attachments, only $15.00 at Stroe
bel Bros. adv.
Mrs. F. Edwards of Reed City is
visiting at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. James Secord.
Miss Anna Wagbo, who has been at
tending Ferris Institute at Big Rapids,
returned home Friday .last.
j Chris Taylor of Grand Rapids was
here latter part of last week to attend
uhe funeral of Louis Peppin.
Mrs. Arthur Lyons and two sons, of
Kent City are guests at the home of
her brother, Robert Bigelow.
The Lady Maccabees will hold a Bake
Sale this Saturday afternoon June 11th
at Healey's Vulcanizing Shop. adv.
Mrs. H. D.. Henderson of Harbor
Beach is visiting at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Stewart.
Samuel Zimmerman-- and family
moved this week to Central Lake,
where they will locate on a farm near
Mrs. J. A. Metcalf with children came
here last Friday from Fife Lake to join
her husband and make their home in
this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stephan returned
' to Lansing last Friday, after a two
weeks visit at the home of her mother,
Mrs. Orrin T. Stone.
Mrs. H. L. Monroe and daughter,
Miss Oneita of Grand Rapids are visit
ing at the homes of Mrs. Etta Johnson
and Seymour Burbanks.
George Grennon, Miss Lula Grennon
and Louis Martin arrived by auto,
Monday, and are visiting at the homes
of the former's sisters, Mrs. Leo La
londe and Mrs. Wilbur King.
Mr. and Mrs. William Pullin with
dghter, Bertha, and Mr. and Mrs.
George Cuthbert, of Woodstock, Ont.,
returned to their homes by auto Mon
day, after a visit at the homes of
Richard and Robert Barnett.
County Federation of Woman's Clubs
will hold their annual convention in
East Jordan, Wednesday, June 15 at
the school auditorium. Mrs. Margaret
Temple Smith, of Bay City, chairman
of Northern Dist. of State Federation
will give an address at the afternoon
session. The ladies of the community
are cordially invited. No admission
The Old Settlers' association of the
Grand Traverse region will hold its
fortieth annual picnic at Elk Rapids,
Wednesday, June 22, where the
association was organized forty years
aco last March. Out of the twenty
seven charter members who organized
the association, only three are left,
Lowell Sours, John Cameron and A.
O. Campbell. The few remaining
old settlers want to make this the ban
ner picnic of the association, and ex
tend a cordial invitation, not only to
the old settlers but to all young settlers
of this region to attend. The date is
Wednesday, June 22.
Alabastine for wall finish, adv.
Faint Now!
Before hot weather and flies appear.
For outside use strictly pure
White Lead and Linseed Oil.
It's down to normal. A gal
lon of it ready for use costs a
little over two dollars and is
not adult u rated.
For inside decorating use
Alabastine and Mellotone.
A good Spark Plug for 25c at Stroebel
Bros. adv.
Att'y E. N. Clink was a Detroit visit-
or this week.
Mrs. Bert Lorraine was a Traverse
City visitor, Tuesday.
Miss Ruth Durfee of Detroit visited
friends here over Sunday.
William Nachazel was at Bay City on
business first of the week.
E. P. Dunlop of Detroit visited
friends here over Sunday.
Milton IL O'Brien returned to Flint.
Monday after a visit with Leslie Miles.
Get your repairs now for all mowers
and binders at C. J. Malpass Hdwe Co.
Mrs. Samuel Ramsey left Monday for
a visit at Milwaukee, Wis. and other
Take your Tires to the Healey Tire &
Vulcanizing Co., when in need of re
pair. All work guaranteed, adv
The ladies of St. Joseph's Church
will hold a Lawn Social, Tuesday, June
14th on the St Joseph school grounds.
Mrs. Phin Walsh and children return
ed to Bay Port Monday, after a visit
with her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. A. Mc
Keage. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kalchik of
Omcna, and daughter, Miss Mary, of
Grand Rapids, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Zoulek over Sunday.
The Woman's Society of the Presby
terian Church will meet with Mrs. Mil
ton McKay on Tuesday, June 21st, in
stead of the regular date scheduled.
M. E. Ladies Aid will be entertained
at the home of Mrs. George Palmer on
the West Side, Tuesday p. m., June 14.
All members asked to attend. Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer and
daughter, Floy, returned home Satur
day, from a ten days' visit with rela
tives at Grand Rapids. They made the
trip by auto.
The Loyalty Band invites all boys be
tween the ages of 7 and 15 years to a
pot luck picnic at Monroe Creek, Satur
day. Will leave Presbyterian Church
at 9:00 o'clock a m. Bring dishes.
Attention! All Knights of Pythians
and their wives, and all Pythian Sis
ters and their husbands are requested
to meet at their Castle Hall, Sunday,
June 12th, at 10:00 o'clock for Memorial
Services, which will be conducted by
Rev. John Duncan.
II. A. Hemphill of Rockford and
Freeport, 111., has been guest of Al
Warda at his Cherryvale home the
past week. He left Thursday to attend
a Dancing Masters' Convention at New
York. Mr. Hemphill professionally
known as "Huntress" has played
throughout the United Slates, "in Aus
tralia and South America. At present
he is conducting Dancing Acadamies at
the above places in Illinois.
The anti-parochial school amendment
which was voted down so overwhelm
ingly at the November election, is to
be resubmitted to tne tlectors in Nov
ember, 1922, if its supporters can ob
tain the required signatures. This be
came known when the first petition,
from Gladwin county, bearing fifty sig
natures, was received by the secretary
of state. The amendment now pro
posed would require that after August
1, 1924, all children between five and
sixteen years of age who have not
graduated from the eighth grade must
attend the public schools. The clause
in the amendment voted on last fall,
requiring the attendance in the district
where they reside, is stricken out.
Lawn Grass Seed 35c lb. at Stroebel
Bros. adv.
Miss J. Golden of Chicago is visiting
at the home of her sister, Mrs. H. Ro
Mrs. G. W. Bechtold and daughter,
Jean and Mrs. Jay Ilite were Bellaire
visitors Wednesday.
Chester Chorpening of Benton Har
bor is visiting at the home of his son,
Herbert Chorpening. '
William Stamper of Marquette was
here over Sunday, visiting at the home
of his brother, Louis Stamper.
Twenty per cent reduction on Lee
Tires, and six months free vulcanizing.
Healey Tire & Vulcanizing Co. adv.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hale of St.
Louis, Mich, are visiting at the home
of their daughter, Mrs. Vern Bamber.
Leave your Laundry at Bulow Bros.
Billiard Parlors. Basket leaves every
Wednesday for Petoskey Steam Laun
dry, adv.
Fishing tackle at Stroebel Bros. adv.
Soldiers Body
Brought Home
Remains of Private Clinton
Sedgman To Be Brought Here.
The remains of Private Clinton Sedj-
man, who passed away from pneu
monia while in overseas service, ar
rived in New York first of the week
and will be brought to East Jordan
this Friday evening.
Funeral services will be held from
the Methodist Church this Saturday
afternoon, probably about 2:00 o'clock.
The business places of our city will
probably be closed during the funeral
From the Charlevoix County Herald
of October 11, 1918.
Mr. and Mrs. Mort Sedgman received
a telegram from the War Department
last Sunday, October Cth, notifying
them of the death of their son, Clinton,
who passed away in France Sept. 20th,
1918, of pneumonia.
'Nip" Sedgman, as he was known to
his many friends here, left Camp Cus
ter for overseas July lGth with the 18th
Infantry, 85th Division.
He was aged about thirty years, and
leaves his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mort
Sedgman, two brothers, Sidney of De-
ward, and Guy, who is with the U. S.
Army in Russia; and four sisters, Miss
Alice and Mrs. Harry Kaden at Flint,
Mrs. Wm. Cole at Ellsworth and Mrs.
Thayer residing near this city.
The Metropole Orchestra is a local
musical organization and enjoys an
enviable reputation all over this part of
the state and their servicies are in de
mand at Charlevoix, Boyne City, Gay
lord and other surrounding cities at
the present writing they are under
contract for several nights of each
week. Dut for some reason (perhaps
like the ancient prophet who was with
out honor at home) this organization
does not recive the local support it de
serves. It has given several dances at
the K. of P. Hall during the past few
months and they have been successful,
but why 90 per cent of those attend
ing were from surrounding cities.
Outsiders will not only gladly pay the
price to dance to their music, but will
travel miles for the opportunity. East
Jordan, Wake Up! Do Something'. Or
take the consequences. The Metropole
Orchestra will give anotner dance at
the K. P. Hall, Thursday evening, June
16th. Will the floor show an East Jor
dan crowd (or a good mixture) time
will tell. Contributed.
Miss Eunice Can Entertained at
n i it u
Mrs. B. L. Harrington and daughter
Beatrice entertained Wednesday eve
ning from 6:30 to 8:30 at the Harring
ton home on Clinton street with a mis
cellaneous shower, honoring Miss Eu
nice Can whose marriage to Harold W.
Usher will take place this month.
The house was decorated with lilies-
ofthe-valley which was made further
effective by a center-piece of the same
flowers on the supper tables. The
guests were Mrs. Archie Livingstone,
Mrs. W. B. Marshall, Mrs. A. J. Usher,
Mrs. Fred Cartier, and Mrs. Edna Ro
tert, and the Misses Mary Finucac,
Aurelia Verduin, Helen Parsons, Ber-
nice Crandell, Lela Genett, Audrey
Guscatt, Marian Saunders, Elizabeth
Anderson and Eunice Carr. The gifts
were presented by the Misses Alice
Usher and Betty Jean Cartier. Charle
voix Courier.
Imported Insect Pests.
Mexico has contributed Its share of
Insect pests that are now established
tn this country. Chief among these are
the boll weevil, the pine bollworm
ind the little Mexican beetle, known
ss the bean ladybird. The last, which
has been discovered In Alabama,
threatens to spread to other statel
and inflict Immense damage t tht
cowpca and bean crops,
First Methodist Episcopal Church
Rev. Thomas Marshall, Pastor.
"The Church where your welcome
never wears out."
Sunday, June 12, 1921.
10:00 a. m. Annual Memorial Ser
vice of the I. O. 0. F. Lodge. Members
of the Oddfellows and Kebekas will at
tend this service.
11:15 Church School.
3:00 p. ra. Junior Church.
7:30 p. m. Services at the Hieh
School Auditorium. Address by Rev.
Marshall. "Achievement the Call to
7:30 p. m. Wednesday evening
Community Movie.
7:30 p. m. ThursdayPrayer Service.
Presbyterian Church Notes
Sunday, June 12, 1921.
11:15 Sunday School.
G:00 p. m. Y. P. S. C. E.
Church of God.
Hours of services:
(Eastern Standard Time) .
Sunday School 10:00 a. m.
Preaching at 11. -00 a. m.
Evening Service 8:00 p. m.
Wed. Prayer Meeting 8:00 p. m.
Welcome to our services.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Burgess,
Pastors. ,
St. Joseph's Church.
D. M. Drinan Pastor.
Masses on 1st and 3rd Sunday of each
month at 8:00 and High Mass at 10:00.
Mass on 2nd Sunday of each month
at 8:00 o'clock.
High Mass on 4th Sunday of each
month at 10:00.
On 5th Sundays Masses at 8:00 and
Masses on Holy days and Devotions
will be announced.
St. John's Church.
Bohemian Settlement.
High Mass on 2nd Sunday of each
month at 10:00.
High Mass on 4th Sunday of each
month at 8:00 o'clock.
Latter Day Saints Church.
L. Dudley, Pastor.
8:30 a. m. Young Peoples Prayer
10:00 a. m. Sunday School
11:00 a. m. Prayer Meeting.
7:00 p. m. Preaching.
7:00 p. m. Prayer Meeting.
7:00 p.m. Religo.
Holiness Mission
Main St., Opposite Commercial House.
Hours of services.
Sunday morning Sunday School at
iu:ou eastern lime.
Preachint? at 11:30 a. m. and 7:30 d. m.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening at
8:uu p. m.
Everybody welcome.
"Rare" Ben's Epitaph.
Not only Is Ben Jonson's epitaph In
the Abbey, "O rare Ben Jonson," one
of the simplest ever composed, but It
is said to have cost no more than
elghteenpence. The stone over his
restlng-plnce was originally quite
bare, and an admirer of the dramatist,
as a personal tribute, paid a mason
Is. Cd. (36 cents) to cut the four words
on the stone. The author of this sim
ple epitaph was probably Sir William
Davenant, who succeeded Jonson as
Poet Laureate, and was also burled
In Poet's Corner, with a similar In
scription on his tombstone, "O rare
Sir William Davenant."
Bears Favored by Nature.
In the woods of India are found
many small brown bears that are
known as the honey bears, because of
their love of honey and their continued
search for the hives of wild bees.
These bears are fitted by nature to get
the honey, two of the upper Incisor
teeth being missing, and their lips are
very extensile.
Beauty as a Business Asset.
I can't recall when I have seen ft
homely girl In charge of the recep
tion room of a business office. It has
long since dawned on employers that
beauty makes an excellent first Im
pression, and, moreover, that beauty
whether in a girl or the wallpaper.
boosts the office morhle. The Nation's
Reorular meetinc of South Lake
Lodge No. 180, K. of P. every Wed
nrsdflv eveninff. All members arc
urged to attend.
Recular meeting)! North Star Tent
Knights of the Maccabees are First and
Third Tuesday of each month. Try
and be present at each meeting.
To open at the
WEDSiSY, June 15th
Nothing sold. Everything giv
en away free. Over 50 valu
able presents given away.
Better Than Amateur
The picture program will be
Buck Jones TwQ M()ms
and Kathlein O'Connor in
"The Lion Man"
Seven Reel and The Country
Store for 10c and 20c.
Wednesday, June 15th
Temple Theatre
Comon, Let's Go!
Did you buy a spring coat for
your small girl or boy?
If not and they need a wrap
for these cold evenings, why
not buy a
A variety of colors, and sizes.

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