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THE OWOSSO TIMES, OWOSSO, MICH.
PAGE FIVE ''wt-w'w -w w www ww w ww ww www ww ww w w wwi V I us ' t . BAKE BREAD WITH "De Luxe" Bread Flour Best on Earth Money Back if You Are Not Satisfied. Per Sack $1.15 Per Barrel $8.95 COUNTY NEWS ED GAR t ; I Any one wishing: to obtain the Owosso ART SOCIETY WILL Times for one year can do so by send ing news items in each week from their locality or town in which they are Hy ing. Call 84 and give us your name and address. E SEE T J t Stanton & Gladden 302 W. Main St. Phone 799 Mr. Farmer: WANTED IMMEDIATELY MORE CREAM The steady increased demand ' for our butter has created a good, cream market. We pay The Highest Market Price FOR CREAM and EGGS Send in Your Cream Today Millers Creamery w I 115 West Main Street, Owosso RECREATION BILLIARD PARLOR 111 N. WASH. ST Is now open for business SEISS & GAZELLA. MARCH 29th, 8 P. M. MARTA MILINOWSKI (Pupil of Mme. Carreno) and ROBERT IMANDT (Favorite Pupil of Joachln) PIANO AND VIOLIN RECITAL Under auspices of ART SOCIETY MARCH 29th, 8 P. M., BAPTIST CHURCH. Tickets $1.50 at Shattuck's and Grinnells. Students Tickets 50c at High School. LA1NGSIIURG Alexander Kennedy passed away at his home In this village Friday morn, log following a five months' illness. Ele was 83 years of age, and had been a resident of this village or locality practically all his life. He is survived by his wife and two daughters, Mrs. Fillian Dement of Grand Rapids, and (.Mrs. Mary Case of Lansing, beside sev eral step children Funeral services were held at the home Sunday after noon, conducted by Key. Glare uce Yoang. Interment was made in Blood cemetery. Mrs. Georgia Simpson has return ed home after spending the winter with her sister in Lansing. Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Sheffield of Lans ing, were in town Sunday to attend the Kennedy funeral. Mrs. E Hisey was called to Kent City Saturday by the illness of her sister. Dexter Sprsgue of Saginaw, visited his cousin, Frank Leffler and other rel atives the last of the week. HENDERSON Mrs. B. S. Watson entertained Mrs. Joe VanWagoner of Owosso, Mrs. Alta Hayt of Rush, and Miss Wanets War ner at her home west of Henderson, Friday. Five students from tbeM. A. C. at Lansing, came here Saturday night to play basket ball against the Church of Christ boys. The M. A. C. boys won the game; they also remained , over Sunday and took charge of the services at the church both morning and even ing, each one giving a good talk, re turning Sunday evening with Rev. Ames to Lansing. Miss Beatrice Isham of Lansing, vis ited her parents over Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Isham. Mr. and Mrs. Fordyce Bacon and C. S. Bacon entertained the Community Club at their home west of Henderson Friday night, this being the men's niht to entertain the ladies; the men furnished the supper, cooked it and served it. The evening was spent with music and games, high score being won by Mrs Timothy McCarthy and For dyce Bicon, and Mrs. Camp and Wil liam Carlton were consoled. Mrs Roy McGlockoe, who has been at the home of her mother, Mrs Chen ey, following an operation, has recov ered sufficiently to be able to be re moved to her home, and is recovering rapidly. Grey Tunnacliff, wno has been ill with pneumonia, is on the gain, and is able to set up. Mrs. David Hunt is confined to her bed by illness. Mrs. Myrtie Freeman entertained Sunday in honor of her son Don's birth day. The following were present: Mr, and Mrs Fred Galloway and Gail Free man, and Ruth and Honry Ortwine, all of New Haven.' The table was cen tered with a hirthday cake with ten candles on it. He was tha recipient of many gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Krauth who have been ill with the flu, are both re coveriog nicely. Mrs. Howard Peters has returned to her home in Henderson after a visit with relatives in Flint Mrs. Steven Noonan entertained the ladies of the M. E. church Tuesday afternoon at their cottage prayer meet- ng. For Your Job Printing Try The Times. ANNOUNCEMENT New York Cafe open day and night. Offering new dishes every day. Sunday Chicken Dinner. Notice ol Registration. To the Electors of the City of Owosso: Take Notice That the Central Board of Registra tion of the City of Owosso will te in session in the office of the City Clerk, from eight o'clock in the forenoonjantil eight o'clock In the afternoon on Satur day thelSihday of March, 1922, and on Saturday, the 1st day of April, 1022, Liar the purpose of completing the list of qualified electors in each ward, and giving all qualified electors not already registered an oppoitunity to register for the primary election to be held Mon day. March 20, 1922, and the regular city election to be held Monday, Apiil 8. 1922. Dated Feb. 23, 1922. B. K. Lucas, City Clerk. The Art Society of -Owosso piesents Miss Marta Milinowskl and Mr. Robert Imandt in a piano and violin recltai Wednesday' March 29, Baptist church, at eight o'clock p. m. Marta Milinowskl, studying both in Europe and America, appearing in orchestra and solo recitals on both sides of the Atlantic in our largest cities. Miss Milinowskl fs a Vaesar college and finished in three years- instead of the regular four. Her music "career has been spent with some of our most noted artists. Maria Reinecke in Ger many, Manrice Maezkowskl. In Paris Kudolph M. Breithaupst in Berlin, and the greatest of all women pianiots, Teresa Carreue with whom Miss Miliu owski studied for three years Grinntll Bros , of Detroit, are fur nishing the Steinway piano for the evening. Hubert Imandt, one of onr most noted French artists. Imandt's masical ca reer began with Louis Beittinhofer, a disciple of the great Jules Garcin. Later he journeyed to Berlin and play ed before the great Hungarian Master, Joseph Joachim He not only was taken in by Joachim as a pupil, but as one of the family. At the age of thir teen Rober; nude his formal Berlin debut and tilled numerous engagemrnts in Paris and Provinces of France as well. At the age of fourteen he was received attheParis conservatory carrying off the first prize of violin with more than one hundred competitors. Later after spending considerable time in Berlin and Poland, Robert was called into ser vice. Sacrificing six years of his artistic career for the need of bis country. He enrolled as a simple private, was wounded twice and won croix de guerre with citations. He later took up radio work and was commissioned. His first two fingers being injured with sbarpnel, was restored to usefulness in a few weeks at Fort Sheridan, N. S. Imandt also possesses a voice which is incomparable, it has been trained from infancy by his master Joachiui to faithfully interpret the works be plays. Imandt has rare tone quality, absolute accuracy, marvelous technic and perfect control of tbe bow. By having tbene two noted mnsicians c-me to Owosso it means that, we are to be favored with one of the best pre grama of the season. Get your tickets eirly at Shattuck's Music House. Notice of Election. To the Electors of the City of Owosso: Take notice that the annual city elec tion of the City of Owosso. Michigan, will be held in said city on Monday, the 3rd da? of April, 1922, for the purpose of electing a Commissioner of Public Utilities for a term of three years, and Municipal Constable for a term of two years, and a supervisor in eah ward of said city. The following propositions will also be submitted to the voters of the city: "Shall Sections 4 end 8 of Chapter 15 of the Charter of the City of Owosso be so amended as to conform to Act No 5 of the Public Acts of 1921, Second Ex tra Session, to provide for the installa tion of boulevard lighting systems when petioned by owners of a majority of the property frontage affected, and for tbe special assessment of all or any portion of the cost of such installation?" "Shall Section 1H of Chapter 16 of the Charter of tbe City of Owosso be amended to provide for the extension of mains and pipes for metered water or fire hydrant service out of funds available for such purpose wherever deemed necessary in the judgment of the Commission?" The following name! places are here by designated accorling to a resolution of the Commission of said city, as the polling places in said city for said primary election: First Ward 116 West Exchange St. Second Ward-207 East Main St. Third Ward-City Hall, lower floor. East Main St. Fourth Ward Basement Carnegie Library, corner Main and Shiawassee Sts Fifth Ward 1007 West Main 8t. The polls of said electirn will be open from seven o'clock in tbe forenoon nntil eight o'clock in the afternoon. Dated March 14, 1922. B. K. Lucab, City Clerk. BARGAIN DAY IN FARMS 00 acres, new hip roof barn 86x60, 8 room house, four miles from town, ex tra good land, well fenced, with a long list of stock and tools, 9000. E Z terms 47 acres, good buildings, an ideal poul try and dairy farm with all stock and tools. $4,500. Liberal terms. COLBY & MULDER, Ovid, Micb. 'Milled Especially for Fine Trade. "Good Bread Bakers Use 'De Luxe Bread Flour." NUTSON.& WRIGHT j Cash Grocers. 'The Men Who Save You Money" X o w o s s o D E c o R A T I N Early interior decorating is to your advantage. Our new papers are in. Tbe patterns are attractive and for tbe right kind of work. We nre at vour s?rvice. OWOSSO DECORATING CO. 202 W. Exchange St. Phone 319 4 x v- X THE HOME OF GOOD USED CARS 1 Reo 1 92 1 California Top 1 Reo 1917 4 cylinder 1 Olds 1920.Truck 1 Chevolet 1920 Truck FOR GOOD BUYS SEE A. T. SCARLETT 323 West Main Street, Owosso AT YOUR SERVIQE - Wo do all kincU of Tinning, Copper, Zinc and Sheet Metal Work, Eavetroughing. K Furnaces, Radiator Impairing J FULMER-VOIGHT SHEET METAL CO. SHOP PHONE 332 RES. PHONE 1027 CORNER BALL AND COMSTOCK STS. The Peerless Dry Cleaners for the best Dry Cleaning, Dyeing and Pressing. 21 R N. Ball Street. Frank D. Stebbms. jrnone sm.