Complete coverage of the Cass City community and surrounding areas since 1899
Dedication ceremonv Seot. 23
MCF officials ready
to unveil improvements
by Tom Montgomery ent areas. environment, but also have smiling. “They’re all semi-
’ Editor “We have an addition to the available more comprehen- private, 2 people to each
lutchen and an addition to the sive care when the need ar- room.” And each room has
Margot Roedel figures that south wing, and then below rives. a bathroom with a shower.
voters in Tuscola County can we have a tunnel to connect “We want people to stay as The rooms are designed to
be proud - really proud - of the wings - which we didn’t independent as they can for accommodate the nursing
the dramatic changes she’s have before - and a storage as long as they can,” Roedel home residents, a majority of
watched unfold at the area,” Roedel explained, add- said. “The way we’re going whom rely on wheelchairs.
Tuscola County Medical ing the entire original build- now, the elderly care spec- “Most of the rooms have a
Care Facility over the past ing, constructed in 1957 and trum will be a progressive divider wall, so really, it’s
several months. totaling 60,000 square feet, thing, with the least restric- like a private room.”
In fact, Roedel, who serves was completely renovated. tive environment for as long Resident are encouraged to
as administrator of the medi- , The improvements all stem as possible.” bring in their favorite pic-
cal care facility, can’t wait to from the state’s decision to And that environment has tures for hanging and plants,
give the public its first close allow the medical care facil- improved drastically for the along with their “favorite
look at $12.6 million worth ity to add 18 beds, giving the nursing home residents, chair” to create a more
of improvements that are medical care facility a total many of whom previously homey atmosphere. “They
now nearly complete thanks of 141 beds. shared several 4-bed wards make it their own room,”
to millage approved by vot- “The reason we started this with just one shared sink and’ Roedel said.
ers back in 2002. whole project was, back in toilet. Up to 50 residents on
Roedel and her staff are 200 1, the state had some spe- a floor were sharing one “We’ve changed the way
gearing up to showcase the cial needs beds available,” shower. we serve meals, too,” she
renovatedexpanded facility Roedel explained, addinglo- “It was all scheduling - we added. Today, hospital trays
in Car0 during a grand open- cal officials knew the need had to line them up to get have been replaced with
ing and dedication ceremony was there. “We had enough them a shower,” Roedel. re- table service and placemats,
slated for Friday, Sept. 23, residents in our building to called. and food served restaurant
from 2 to 5 p.m. fill that unit,” she said. Even in the old 2-bed’ style by the staff.
State Senator Jim Barcia Today, the facility has a rooms, there was no wall di- “It’s a much more social,
and Rep. Tom Meyer along brand new, 32-bed vider to give residents some home-like atmosphere than
with Tuscola County offi- Alzheimer’s/Dementia unit privacy,” said Jim Rizzi, di- we’ve ever had,” Roedel
cials are among the special that provides patients with a rector of plant operations at noted. “We just didn’t have
guests expected to participate secure, calm, consistent en- the medical care facility. the room before. Now we
in the event. vironment. “They need con- “And it was a bathroom be- do.”
“This celebration is the cul- sistency - the same staff, the tween 2 rooms, so it was al- The technology is also all
new, replacing 1957-era .
CASS CITY’S JENNIFER Szubielak was a hit among young and old inside the mination of a 3-year project same routine - and then they ways 4 people sharing a
lighting, heating and electri-
for the facility which was settle,” Roedel explained. bathroom.
Thumb Octagon Barn, where she demonstrated her skills in hand shearing sheep. funded by the Tuscola Roedel said the decision to “They’re (4-bed wards) not cal systems, which has made
Szubielak was one of dozens of exhibitors who took part in the 10th annual Fall County voters,” Roedel said. add a 17-unit assisted living here anymore,” she said, Please turn to back page.
“The project added 60,000 community, called
Family Days at the historical h i d e d barn, near Gagetown over the weekend. additional square feet, addi- “Gabriel’s
- - - Garden .
Attendance was estimated at about 12,000. tional nursing home beds, a
self-contained Alzh ‘mer’s/
Dementia Unit, and an as-
stemmed from a strategic
planning session involving
medical facility staff about 4 Hills and Dales
Perfect sisted living community.”
The project, funded by a
one-mill tax to be levied for
a total of 15 years, literally
doubled the size of the medi-
years ago, again because ev-
eryone saw a need.
They also saw a trend in
health care for the elderly,
with many older residents
Huge crowds return for Fall Family Days cal care facility, with 58,000
square feet dedicated to cre-
ating space in several differ-
maintaining independence as
long as possible within an
assisted living community
Hills and Dales General
Hospital President and Chief
Executive Officer Dee
McKrow officially resigned
Hospital officials issued a
It would have been no sur- who trekked to the historical Ku backi . horses and old tractors. “We statement Monday afternoon
prise if Bob Hirn felt ex- Thumb Octagon Barn near Hirn said changes in the had so many positive com-
hausted Sunday evening af- Gagetown during the 2-day concessions format added up ments about that,” Hirn
ter helping to play host to fall celebration. to less waiting time for cus- noted.
thousands of residents from “We had people from De- tomers, and the new chicken He pointed out the success
the Thumb and far beyond troit, Traverse City and all and fry concession proved to of Fall Family Days has ev-
during another hugely suc- across the state and out of be very popular. erything to do with an army
cessful Fall Family Days. state,” he said. This year’s sugar beet of talented and tireless vol-
But you couldn’t hear it in “We had more exhibitors theme was a hit, with visitors unteers numbering 400 or
his voice. this year than we’ve had in treated to a variety of dis- more.
“I think, probably, my feel- the past, and we had more plays depicting old sugar “We had good help, and
ing is we were right in the vendors and (a larger) flea beet harvesting and process- couple that with the good
neighborhood of where we market,” added Hirn, who ing tools along with demon- weather and whatnot ,” he
were last year,” Hirn said of served as co-chair of the fes- strations featuring equipment
the estimated 12,000 people tival along with Martin used in beet harvesting with Please turn to back page.
Be cautious in helping victims Dee McKrow
saying that McKrow ten-
dered her resignation to the
As the victims of Hurricane sippi and Alabama continue the recent devastation, computer or take you to a board of trustees late last
Katrina in Louisiana, Missis- to cope with the aftermath of Americans everywhere are ‘spoofed’ website that will week due to “personal rea-
opening their hearts and wal- steal your personal financial sons.”
lets. information,” Kern said.
Unfortunately, law enforce- “The best rule of thumb is for The Chronicle was unable
ment officials say, scam art- you to contact the charity di- to reach hospital officials for
ists aren’t wasting any time rectly. additional comment, and
trying to cash in on that gen- telephone messages to
“If you are uncertain
erosit y . McKrow were not returned
whether a charity is legiti- Monday.
In response, Tuscola mate, contact the attorney
McKrow was employed at
County Sheriff Tom Kern is general’s office at (517) 373-
the Cass City hospital for 10
warning Thumb area resi- 1152, or the local office of
years. She also served as a
dents to be cautious with the Better Business Bureau.” past chairman of the North-
their donations. \ Kern said the FBI has al- east District of the Michigan
A host of Thumb wmmunities and agencies h ~ &Q e “Millions of Americans ready noted a large number Hospital Association, and
rallied around the victims by accepting donaticum ut orga- have shown us what is best of cyber swindles stemming currently holds a seat on the
nizing fundraisers, about our nation in the after- from the hurricane. American Hospital
The Human Development Commission, the Community math of Hurricane Katrina, “The variety of methods Association’s Rural Policy
Action Agency sewin$ Huron, Lapeer, Sanilac and Tuscola volunteering their time and Making Board.
used by these crooks to steal
counties, is serving as a810calpoint of colk.ctionfor rnon- resources to aid the victims,” your information has also During her tenure at Hills
etary donations to be, sent $0 help hurricane victimsy Kern said. “Sadly, a large grown more sophisticated,”
number of phony charities and Dales, McKrow led the
Donations in any amount will be’wcepteduntil hid,ay, he added. “However, as we way in many areas devoted
Sept. 23, and may be in the form af cash o check; checks
r are attempting to profit at the have seen in the past, those
expense of these victims.” to quality of patient care and
who are not on the Internet advanced application of
Kern said the best bet is to are also at risk. Phone so-
donate to charities with a technology, including digi-
licitors frequently are not a tized radiology and film-less
proven track record, such as part of the organization they TUSCOLA COUNTY Medical Care Facility Administrator x-ray.
the American Red Cross. claim to represent. These
He cautioned all area resi- telemarketers may not have
Margot Roedel and Director of Plant Operations Jim Rizzi Dan Hittler, chairman of the
hospital board of trustees,
organizing a benefit conamu~p
. &noat si- far Sun. dents to beware of e-mail re- the authorization to call on stand in the lobby of the newly renovated and expanded has been appointed interim
day, Oct. 16, at 2 p.m, at Crass City Miggdca Scb!. quests for donations from behalf of recognized chari- chief executive officer. Hos-
According to Littlet, an mount hias been opened at In&- unfamiliar sources. “Many ties and, in fact, may only be medical care facility, where officials will host a grand open- pital officials stated that a
pendent Bank of cashs City t imx.pt dhn&ns of dthm
o are from identity thieves and trying to obtain your per- ing and dedication of the $12.6 million worth of improve- search for a permanent re-
cash or checks, which should t made out to the ‘“Amen- the messages may contain sonal financial information. placement will be initiated
can Red Cross. Hufiricane Disaster’’. viruses that will attack your Don’t give it to them.” ments Friday, Sept. 23, from 2 to 5 p.m. immediately.
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I Holbrook Senior
Area News slated
Mrs. Thelma Jackson
Rawson Memorial Library, The residents at the medi- All that oat bran and fruit,
Mr. and Mrs. Marty Wag- Mr. and Mrs. Greg Reid, Inn at Port Hope Friday. Cass City, will show the fol- cal care facility hailed our Metamucil to boot,
oner and Timmy and Tommy Ethan and Joshua of Clinton Sam Powers and daughter lowing Senior Citizen Mov- senior version of “Jesus Helps you run like a well-
of Caro, Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Towns h i p we re weekend Nancy of Millington visited ies Friday, September 16 at Loves Me.” I’m not sure oiled machine.
Thiel, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Tay- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Martin Sweeney and 1:30 p.m. they’d be as thrilled with this
lor and Brian, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Particka and also at- Thelma Jackson Monday. Dream Trains, Short adaptation of “Are You Lone- If it’s football or baseball,
Greg Moore and family of tended the Particka reunion Mrs. Marty Chockley, Hops & Whistle Stops: This some Tonight” by an anony- He sure knows the score.
Sandusky, Theresa Gibbard, at Lamotte Hall on Sunday. Christopher and Amy took video brings back the days mous author. Yes, he knows where it’s at,
Dan Gibbard and Ruth Ann Visitors of Thelma Jackson their grandmothers Anna when trains were the way to But forgets what it’s for.
Regal of Plymouth were last week were Ruth Oberski McCartney and Mrs. Curtis go. Video scenes of steam lo- Are you aching tonight? So your gallbladder’s gone,
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Beverly Pamloski of Cleland out to dinner at the comotives and excursion Does your tummy feel tight? But your gout lingers on,
and Mrs. Evans Gibbard Ubly, Dick Jackson, A.J. China Buffet in Bad Axe Sat- trains set the stage for the Did you bring your Mylanta Tell me, Dear, are you ach-
where they celebrated the Batie, Mrs. Martin Sweeney, urday. fond memories of Americans and Tums? ing tonight?
birthdays of Evans Gibbard, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Frank who lived in this bygone era Does your memory stray,
Greg Moore, Theresa and Mrs. Harold Ballagh. Sageman were Sunday after- of rail travel. Historic films To that bright sunny day, When you’re hungry, he’s
Gibbard and Timmy and Allen Farrelly visited noon guests of Mr. and Mrs. and photographs capture When you had all your teeth not,
Tommy Wagoner. Eleanor Koski at the Car0 Bryce Hagen. nostalgic glimpses of small and your gums? When you’re cold, he is hot,
Wayne Sweeney of Auburn Lighthouse Rehab on Satur- Claude Mestack, Tom town depots and big city ter- Then you start that old ther-
Hills spent a few days with day. Talaski, Bernard Morley, and minals. (60 minutes) Is your hairline receding? mostat war.
Jim and Kay Sweeney. Mrs. Allen Depcinski and Allen Farrelly met at Cute & Cuddly Critters: Your eyes growing dim? When you turn out the light,
Ten members of the Mrs. Ray Depcinski attended McDonald’s in Bad Axe Children and adults love this Hysterectomy for her, He goes left, you go right,
Greenleaf Extended Home- the funeral of their Aunt Vir- Wednesday morning. heartwarming adventure, the And it’s prostate for him. Then you get that great sym-
makers met at the home of ginia Booms at St. Anthony’s Mr. and Mrs. Allen story of Kitsie, an orphaned Does your back give you phonic snore.
Jean Clark for a potluck, Catholic Church at 1 1 Depcinski attended the Ruth coyote pup who comes to pain?
where Lyle Clark barbecued o’clock at Helena Tuesday. St. Peter and Paul Church live with humans. Watch the Do your knees predict rain? He was once so romantic,
the chicken. Plans were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Franzel, dinner Sunday. fun as Kitsie befriends a dog, Tell me, Dear, are you ach- So funny, a hoot! ’
made for the coming year Doris Western and Helen Allen Farrelly came home Bogus, and the pair romp ing tonight? How did he turn out as
after the lunch. After the Koceba attended the Franzel Tuesday after spending the across farm, forest and the A cranky old coot?
meeting, Jean Clark held the reunion at Millington Satur- week at the home of June fields as seasons turn from Is your blood pressure up?
9 So don’t take any bets,
Price is Right game. The day. Rutz of Sterling Heights. spring through to snowy win- Good cholesterol down? It’s as good as it gets,
group also decorated bags Mr. and Mrs. Ted Particka ter. Witness the incredible Are you eating your low fat Tell me, Dear, are you ach-
for the Relay for Life Can- Mrs. Gerald Wills and Mrs.
Curtis Cleland visited Mrs. and Ashley and Mr. and Mrs. beauty and grace of the coy- cuisine? ing tonight?
cer Society. The next meet- Matt Particka, Matthew and ote pup as it matures into a
Hiram Keyser Friday.
ing will be Oct. 13 with Andrew of Adrian, spent the full-sized yearling. This en-
Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Midge Clemens as hostess.
Ruth Ann Regal of Ply-
mouth spent the weekend
Depcinski were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Greg Krozek for
weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Particka and on Sun-
day they all attended the
tertaining program is one
everyone can enjoy watch-
ing. (24 minutes)
with Mr. and Mrs. Evans
Gibbard and on Sunday at-
tended the 50th wedding an-
birthday cake and ice cream
for Greg’s birthday.
Doris Western, June Rutz,
Particka reunion at Lamotte
Hall whereAlex Particka was
the oldest member present.
Refreshments will be
served. This Older Adult Pro-
gram is offered free of
his combat training
niversary party for Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Franzel There were 20 members of charge. Army Reserve Private Jo- tion and core values, and un-
Mrs. Carl Keller at the Ubly and Allen Farrelly attended the Particka family present seph A. Ruffing has gradu- derwent physical fitness
Heights Country Club. the fish fry at the Grindstone from Minnesota.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Senior Menu
ated from basic combat train-
ing at Fort Jackson, Colum-
training and received instruc-
tion in basic combat skills, There she is...
Depcinski attended the St. Senior Dining Center bia, S.C. military weapons, chemical
Peter and Paul Church pic- Sponsored by HDC During the 9 weeks of train- warfare, bayonet training, SEVEN-year-old Maija Szarapski was
Things We Print nic at Ruth Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank
6 106Beechwood Drive
Cass City, MI 48726
ing, the soldier studied the
Army mission, history, tradi-
drill and ceremony, march-
ing, rifle marksmanship, map crowned Cherry Festival Princess in
Sageman were Sunday after- Call Nancy Thane before reading, field tactics, military Traverse City recently. She is pictured
8:30 a.m. on the day you courtesy and justice, first aid
noon guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Bryce Hagen and later were wish to come, 872-3656. Author and field training.
Ruffing is the son of Dianne
above with Prince Kyle Bailey. Maija
joined by Mr. and Mrs. Mike is the daughter of former Cass City resi-
Moorman and all had supper
at Big Boy in Bad Axe.
SIiP’r. 16-19-20 to visit Ruffing of Cass City. He is
a 2005 graduate of Cass City dent Brent Szarapski and his wife, Lissa,
Friday - O v e n baked Rawson Memorial Library High School.
Letterheads Programs June Rutz of Sterling
chicken, baked potato, iovites the public to a book
of Traverse City, and the granddaugh-
Vouchers Statements Heights, Doris Western and
corn, variety bread, fruit. signing from 6 to 8 p.m. Fri- ter of Dick and Norma Szarapski of
Allen Farrelly were Thurs-
day supper and evening Monday - County fried
steak, mashed potatoes w/
day, September 16 with Chad
Hampton, author of “A
Tons of Cass City.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan
r . i ,
gravy, spinach, hiscuit, Chase After the Wind.”
*: ‘ 79 gelatin cake.
Eight membeA of The This Christian non-fiction
’hesday - S t u r l d pep-
Traveling Breakfast Club pers, zucchini & tomatoes,
work looks at the choices, Since 1980, U.S. honey
emotions and feelings of production has averaged
Cass City Chronicle met at Big Boy on Thursday
morning. They will meet at
mashed potatoes, dinner
roll, fruit. teenage life today. The around 200 million pounds
Phone 872-2010 the Peppermill in Bad Axe author’s book will be avail- per year. In 2004, more than
Ihevy - Olds - Cadillac
Chrysler Dodge -Jeep
next week. able to purchase. 183 million pounds of honey
was produced in the United
States. The average annual BRYAN ABBE
LIVING ESTATE AUCTION yield per colony was 71.8
pounds of honey. The aver-
age producer price was
Saturday, Sept. 17,2005 - Commencing at 10:30 a.m.
(989) 673-2171 . Cell: (989) 977-1 I12 (989) 872-2184
$1.09. The 2004 honey crop Ellington Street Fax: (989) 872-5154 6617 Main Street
We have commissioned Osentoski Auction Service to sell at public auction the Unique Gifts & Decor ,_ was valued at more than Caro, MI 48723 IB88-ANY-DODGE Cass City, MI 48726
1965 Mertz Road (M-24) Caro, MI 48723 $201 million.
following personal property at the place located from Cass City, MI 10 miles east on
Cass City Rd., south ! mile to 6225 Wheeler Rd. or from Argyle, 3miles north to 2 miles south o Car0
Cass City Rd., 2 miles west, !A mile south to address. (989) 672-4837
OWNERS; Stanley R. and Barbara J. Otulakowski Enjoy Our Wide Variety O $
TRACTORS & EQUIPMENT: AC Backhoe Loader 715A, 2 Buckets, JD Loader dozer 1010, gas,
Ford 5000 Diesel Tractor, cab, AC, New paint, Ford 5000 Diesel Tractor, runs, 2-MM R Tractor,
older restoration, New tires, Case VAC Tractor, MM U Tractor, older restoration, New tires, MM Z
Tractor, older restoration, New tires, JD M Tractor, older restoration, New tires w/Mountain plow,
Unique Gift Items Porcelain Dolls
Specialty Lamps Framed Prints
Woodland Figures Silk Floral Arrangements
Merz Fundraiser kza
NICE, Ford 8N w/Loader, manure & snow bucket, Ford one arm loader, Cub Low Boy w/Belly mower,
Rake, Plow, Disk, Blade, Cycle blade for mower, MF 20 Tractor, NICE, BF Avery Tractor, tires,
newly painted, Ford 2 Bottom plow, 3 pt., Several others, Ford 3 Bottom plow, 3 pt., MF 2 Bottom
Balloons, Candles, Gift Cards
Outdoor Wood Decor & More
Dinner di Golf Outing
plow, Gannon Blade, 3 pt., Scoop, 3 pt., Disk, 3 pt., Cultivator, 3 pt. JD 8’ Cultivator pull, Ditcher,
3 pt., Enclosed 8x12 tandem axle trailer, rear door, Imp trailer 8x12 tandem, flat, ramps, Imp trailer
8x18 tandem, flat, ramps. TrailerdTandem axle/Tilt, 12-4x28 tires and wheels for 8N tractor/Ford
Saturday, September 17,2005
tractor tires and wheels, 900x10-18.4~16Low Profile/Ford
tractor wheel w e i g h t s 1 6 . 9 ~ 1 4 ~ 3 0
wheels,750x18 tires and wheels JD Gas 4 cyl. Engine, Case gas 4 cyl. Engine, Seeder 3pt., Ford 6’3 pt.
Flail mower, Trailer frame w/4 extra axles, Portable aluminum scaffold, Woods RM 600 3 pt. Finish
mower, 8’ Pick up tool topper, Binders/Chains/Hyd. Jacks
VEHICLES: 1980 Ford T-Bird, All original, 48,000 miles, 1984 Buick Regal Limited V-8, all
original, 17,000 miles, 1985 Fiero V-6, Nice, 68,000 miles.
GUNS: Mossberg 22 Cal.bolt action, Marlin Glenfield mod 60, 22 Cal auto, Winchester mod 67A, 22 Sunday 12n m . 4 n m .
Cal, bolt action, Winchester mod 278, 22 Cal, auto, Winchester, mod 64, 30.06, bolt action, Richard
ARMS, 54 Cal, Black powder, 1939 SK, Ym, war relic, bolt action, 1944 SA.T. war relic, bolt action,
Remington Wingmaster 12 ga pump, Remington Wingmaster 12 ga pump, 870 mag. 30” Champion
single shot, 12 ga., Winchester mod 1200 20 ga. Auto, Winchester mod 1200, 12 ga. Auto, Winches-
ter Ranger 120, 12 ga. Pump, Winchester mod 140, 12 ga. Auto, Winchester mod 37A, 20 ga. Single,
Winchester mod Ranger, 120, 12 ga. pump, Winchester mod 1400, 12 ga. pump, Steven’s mod 67E,
In memoq of our son,and to raise-funds a e
12 ga pump, Mossberg mod 500A, 12 ga pump, Mossberg mod 500AT, 12 ga pump, Hi Standard Cow M - Endowment Fund, w are seming a
Supermatic mod C1200, 12 ga auto, Ithaca mod 37, 12 ga pump, Browning 12 ga pump, Savage mod Southem Styre ChickenDinner, complete wit#i
220A, 12 ga. single, Steven’s 20 ga. single, Westfield mod XNH565-F, 16 ga pump, Winchester mod
198, 22 cal. auto, Winchester mod 290, 22 cal auto. Salad &r, Vegetables,Dessert andlced Tea for
ANTIQUES: Wrought Iron glass top patio set w/2 side arm wicker chairs and 4 straight, Iron pool
$12 Per Person
furniture from Ford Estate from 1928, 2 Cream separators, JD corn sheller and other Corn sheller,
Potato hiller/Ant. Gas cult/I,awn mower, Horse drawn scraper, Many horse drawn plows and cultiva-
tors, Toledo Platform scale, Farm Platform scale, Organ, Antique washing machine copper tub,
Electrochef stove, 2 porcelain gas cook stoves, Large antique butter chum, Quantity of mantle clocks
Emjoy an evening out overlooking the faU colors of the
Thumb,while helphg to raise funds for educational
(one is Horse “Time For Luck”) and other old clocks, Shoeshine chair, Many floor lamps and table
lamps, Quantity of antique picture frames, Ashtrays on stands, Grand Rapid Scale Co scales/other * Cass City Chamber of Commerce opportuaitier.
scales, McCoy cookie jar, Dishes, Vases, Buggy and wagon parts, Old toys, Quantity of old Toy trucks,
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HOUSEHOLD: Wrought iron fireplace sets, Quantity of knickknacks, Avon collectables, Footstool
with storage in it sewing kit/Pedal sewing machine, Oak jewelry box, similar to a tool style, Magazine
racks, Double wash vats, Quantity of chairs, some old, Fans
Detroit Tigers play ball
OUTDOOR: Antique JD wagon, 2 seater, all redone-NICE, Well pumps/Pump jacks, Antique Wind-
mills w/extra parts, Shop tools, Drill press, Table saw, Grinders, Pipe wrenches, Threaders, Swing set,
Saturday, Sept. 24 Dianer will be served at 5:OO P,M 6 3 P,M,
Teeter Totter, Large quantity of Old stock trim lumber, Large quantity of Old stock wood windows, Leave MunicipalBuilding Parking Lot at 4:30 p.m. for
Quantity of doors, Counter tops, Electrical supplies, Cement mixer, Generator, Water well pumps,
Fence posts, Several rolls of 4’wire, Old buzz saws, Wood burner for shop.
Many other items too numerous to mention. 1
a 7:15 p.m. game, then returning late after the game.
Cost: $45.00, includes bus trip there and back, one
There may be limited spaces availablefor the golf outiag at
$60 per perron (iacluder dinner) call for availability. -
Country Lunch Wagon on Grounds
For more information call Stan at (989) 658-8477 ticket and a meal ticket (hot dog, chips & pop).
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Announcements made at sale
Not responsible for accidents at sale
or stolen items. All goods sold with
no guarantees or warranties.
ALL SALES FINAL
Please contact the Chamber for more
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CASS CITY, MICHIGAN CASS CITY CHRONICLE - WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14,2005 PAGE THREE
Next session Friday
Rabbit Tracks Bullying prevention focus The back forty
0 2000RogerPond by Roger Pond
(And anyone else he can '
of school training program Nothing brings back
memories like old family
bit and grin. with his footwork one day
Cass City Public School volves students spreading *Students should try to Bill might not unseat us and slipped on the wet floor
officials are implementing rumors, saying mean and make it a point to include photos. Generally these pho- right away but a couple of under the basket.
the Olweus Bullying Preven- hurtful things, and excluding others who are easily left out. tos include people, but not trips under the clothesline Jerry was running full speed
tion Program. others. *When somebody is being always. One of my favorites was enough to discourage and going in for a lay up
Teachers and staff in the Micklash said the Olweus bullied, it should be reported is an aerial shot of the farm most would-be equestrians. when he hit the slick spot on
Traveling to northern Michigan on Labor Day weekend, where I grew up. The aerial photo shows a the floor. His feet went out
we were surprised to see that isolated trees were already district have begun training program will ensure that stu- to an adult, and
on how to implement the pro- dents do not feel threatened *Staff and other adults will There is no date on the small opening in the outside from under him, sending him
ablaze in color. Judging by that I'd assume that this week photo, but I can tell when it wall of the haymow. Dad cut crashing through the door
would be an ideal time to get the full benefit of a fall color gram into their everyday or bullied at school by estab- respond to bulling behaviors.
classes, according to school lishing the following rules: School officials invite any- was taken by looking at the that hole and put a door in it and sailing out over the barn
tour. buildings. There are no silos when I was about ten. The lot.
With the temperature hovering around 90 degrees it's hard Supt. Ken Micklash, who *Bullying will not be per- one interested in learning
said the first segment of mitted. more about the program to in the picture, for example. opening allowed us to throw Luckily the hay manger had
to realize that now is the time, but it is. Those were built in the late hay into an outdoor manger been moved, and the cows
training was held Aug. 29 at *Students should try to help talk with students or contact
'50s and early '60s. in the barn lot below. cleared out when they saw
********** the high school, and segment others who are bullied. one of the school principals.
And the outhouse is still That wasn't its only use, the shadow overhead. There
2 is slated for Friday, Sept.
16. there, as is the meat house - however. The hole in the were several inches of mud
It's no longer news that Dagmar Brown, Cass City, was one where our cured hams would mow also served as a launch- and manure in the barn lot -
of the thousands to take the 5-mile walk across the Mackinac
Bridge on Labor Day. After all, she has made the trek 46
School officials define bul-
lying as any activity that in- The Haire Net hang for months. I'm still
amazed we could do that
ing pad for my basketball
opponent one wet winter day.
making for a fairly soft land-
times in a row, missing only the first 2 years of the tradi- without the meat spoiling. The hole was directly under I had forgotten all about that
tional wa1k . You have to I can identify the milk our basketball goal, and the opening in the haymow wall
What is news is that she was awarded a plaque and shook
hands with Governor Jennifer Granholm. In her varied work Firemen work to find it
house, the hen house, and the
brooder house. There's the
door was held shut with a
hook. Our neighbor boy,
until I saw this photo. 1'11 bet
you anything Jerry still re-
career she is a retired Navy dental technician chief, a licensed
practical nurse and currently works at McDonald's in Caro.
Brown is 83 years old and already is planning for next year.
respond shop, and the garage, the
machinery shed, corncrib,
the big barn and the hog
Jerry, got a little too fancy members it, though.
It's my vacation time, she said.
to barn There are plenty of wide- The stretch on old M-27 barn.
All of these buildings hold
Ladies' retreat slated
********** open spaces in the northern between Grayling and
Chad Hampton, the founder and director of "Your future Is
blaze Lower Peninsula. You have
to look for them and then
Gaylord is where the loss of
traffic is noticeable. Motels
memories of basketball
games, sparrow hunts, and
Thumb Christian Outreach
Ministries will host Pam
220 N. Main St., Elkton.
Stonehouse, of Wyoming,
that were tops in quality experinients gone awry. Stonehouse at its annual in- Mich., has been ministering
Now Ministries" that is dedicated to helping teens and young decide if this is the experi-
Fire destroyed the remnants ence that you were looking faded and "better" restau- There were seven kids in my terfaith ladies' retreat, "Au- to women's groups for 15
adults discover God's plan for their lives has written a soft- family, and anything one of
of an older wooden barn for when you started the rants could no longer make tumn Alive". years.
cover book, "A Chase After the Wind". us didn't think up someone
Thursday evening in Sanilac search. the grade. There is no fee for the event, More information is avail-
The book costs $16.95 and a book sale and signing is else did.
County's Greenleaf Town- Perhaps my view of what's Succumbing to the ravages slated for Friday and Satur- able by calling Bernice
planned at Rawson Memorial Library Friday from 6 to 8 The meat house is where I
ship. great about the north is col- of time with no incentive to day, Sept. 30 and Oct. 1, at Shupe at (989) 269-8443, or
p.m. painted my first car. I was
ored by the passing years. I keep it going was the bottle the Elkton Missionary Wor-
- visit the website,
Elkland Township fire fence at Waters. It was a about four at the time and ship and Outreach Center, www.thumbmin.org.
can remember being pleased
fighters were dispatched to complement to the upscale thought my little pedal car
that the trip north was cut by
Are YOU A Caregiver? the scene, located about one a couple of hours when 1-75 hotel in the village. There needed some sprucing up.
I found a paintbrush and
mile north of M-81 near the
intersection of M-53 and
Wright Road, at 7:43 p.m.
But as the years passed, the
must have been over a thou-
sand bottles in the fence. I some used motor oil and
gave the car a good coating.
-CASS " 0- 0 D
CASS CITY 872-2252
If you are, join HDC's deadly doldrums of riding never went past without giv-
That vehicle was real shiny
Caregiver Education Program "It was a barn that had got-
the freeway became more ing it the once over and was
distressed when it started to for a while, but it collected WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY 7:30
and more of a problem. To- Wed. Double Punch On Movie Goer Cards
ten blown down several years break apart. It's gone now, dust pretty bad, and my ca-
for a wonderful One-Day day I ride the freeway if time reer as a touch-up artist was Thurs. "Bargain Nite" Save $$$$
ago," said Fire Chief Ron is of the essence, but most but if you enter the "Sugar
soon abandoned. TRUE LIFE ADVENTURE
Caregiver Mini-Expo! Pawloski, who believes the times I travel the roads it re- Bowl" restaurant in Gaylord
"MARCH OF THE PENGUINS" (G)
fire was ignited by embers placed. from the back door, a picture Next to the meat house was
from some burning trash On old M-76 driving from of the fence is displayed the shop and behind that was STARTS FRIDAY (DISNEY FUN)
nearby. The name of the Standish to Gaylord, it joins among dozens of others de- the yard with the clothesline. -EVENINGS(EXCEPT9:00 7:30
ALL SATURDAY 7:30& SAT.)
owner of the barn was not old M-27. You pass towns picting the early history of The clothesline was a favor-
available. that have grown since the the area. ite target for our pony, Bill. ' NO MON. & TUES. SHOWINGS
early days, remained the When you go through Bill didn't like kids very CHILDREN $4.50
The Elmwood Township- same or have withered from town? and villages you gain much and would try to wipe
Gagetown and Bingham the days when they were on a perspective that eludes you us off on the clothesline ev-
Township fire departments the main route to Gaylord. on the expressway. There's ery time he had a chance. He
assisted at the scene. I suspect that nostalgia adds no time to stop and smell the was a big pony but not quite
flowers. a horse, and Bill could run.
Call Today To Register to the enjoyment. Sterling
had 2 things going for it be- What's changed more than Once he got rolling Bill
1-989-673-4121 or fore 1-75 - Iva's Chicken
Dinners and a high school.
the buildings is much harder
to pinpoint. With every fast
would grip the bit in his
mouth and defy you to stop
The high school is long gone, food restaurant or chain mo- hirri. Pulling back on both
Iva's still prospers. Alger bas tel or huge sign blotting out! reins was futile. The only re-
faded and the next stop on the the landscape, a little bit of course was to pull one rein
way, West Branch, has what northern Michigan and try to turn him.
boomed probably because it used to be is lost. I swear a rider could turn
is adjacent to the expressway. There are places where that pony's head around
St. Helen and Roscommon some of what it used to be is backwards with very little
EYECARE have recouped even though
they are several miles from
1-75. Grayling is booming
still there. But you have to
work to find it.
It's not visible from the ex-
effect on his speed or direc-
tion. We would be staring
Bill right in the face, and he
Even the most savvy investors
wonder about how to best protect
their retirement nest egg.
& EYEWEAR much like West Branch. .
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Sunrise today . . . . . . . . . . .7:11 a.m.
High: 72 L ~ 47 ~ :Thursday, skies will remain partly cloudy Sunset tonight . . . . . . . . . .7:45 p.m.
with a high temperature of 72".
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PAGE FOUR CASS CITY CHRONICLE - WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14,2005 CASS CITY, MICHIGAN
I Letter to the editor I .
Donald and Judy
Lowe are safe and
sound, home intact L. John Gyomory, 50, of
IOngston Wesleyan Church
Interment was in the King-
Lions .Club. He was a
founder and chairperson of
Ducks Unlimited, Cass City.
Just to let you know, for all time, along with his tools for Lapeer, formerly of King- ston Cemetery. Retherford is survived by
who are concerned about his home and business repair ston, died Thursday, Sept. 8, Memorials may be made to his wife, Rebecca “Becky”;
Donald Lowe of Gulfport, business. 2005 in Kingston Township. the American Red Cross. a brother, Edward (Barbara)
Miss., 1974 Cass City High Several large 4’x4’ rolls of He was born Nov. 16,1954 Arrangements were made Retherford of Alpena; father-
School graduate and son of in Cass City, the son of Louis by Kranz Funeral Home, and mother-in-law, Don and
paper floated up against
Dean and Anna Lowe of house and are sitting in front M. and Mary R. (Paladi) Kingston. Jackie Conat; sisters-in-law:
Saginaw. yard. They damaged posts Gy omory. Merry (Mike) Gebauer, Anna
He married Catherine (Al) Garza, Shannon (Terry)
They are safe, their home is off front porch. The Oasis
Sefton Aug. 10, 1974 in
Ralph Retherford Czekai, and Barb Muir;
intact. Lots of shingles and Bar, that was down on high-
roofing gone, posts off front way 10, is gone, but most of CASS CITY POLICE reported only minor injuries in a traffic accident Lamotte Missionary Church, cousins: Curt (Ruth)
Ralph Lewis Retherford, Strickland of Cass City and
porch and nearly 2 feet of the beer, plus several 5-gal- on Main Street Friday morning. Police said Robert J. Bliss, 58, Cass Marlette.
Gyomory graduated from 52, of Caro, formerly of Cass Cindy Strickland; caregivers:
water and mud throughout lon jugs of water, plus 4’ high City, died Sunday, Sept. 11,
their home. What saved of debris is around their City, was eastbound when he attempted to a pass a vehicle on the right Kingston High School. He Adrienne, Alex and Chelsie;
received his Bachelors De- 2005 at his home. and many other family and
Donald and Judy’s home home. So they are sharing that was stopped to turn north onto Veterans Drive, and struck 2 parked He was born Jan. 3, 1953 friends.
from total destruction is right and trading for items they gree from Eastern Michigan
vehicles. Bliss stated he felt something break loose in his steering just University. Gyomory in Cass City, the son of the A memorial service was
across the street from Grand late Philip and Betty (Fort)
Harrahs Casino 8-story park- Phone service and cell prior to the crash. He was treated at Hills and Dales General Hospital worked as a real estate ap- held at 1 p.m., Tuesday, Sept.
praiser for Federal Land Retherford. 13, at Colwood United
ing garage. On TV big yel- phone service are not work- and then released. He married Rebecca Conat
low garage. Donald said ing and very difficult getting Bank for 10 years, Indepen- Brethren in Christ Church,
denE Bank for 10 years, Sept. 2 1, 1993 in Cass City. Caro, with Pastor Rocky
Grand Casino that was to messages in or out. Retherford owned Forts
west of home, near gulf, is
now way to the east.
Don and Judy went to their
. Donald and Judy Lowe’s
address is 3508 11th Avenue,
Gulfport, Miss. 39501.
Baker adds new programs Hodge Appraisal for ap-
proximately 7 years and cur-
rently operated Gyomory
Store in Cass City and a 7/
Eleven in Saginaw. He was a
supporter of Cass City Ath-
Memorials may be made to
the Family Discretionary
rental apartment over their If you would like to contact Appraisal from his home in Fund.
Baker College of Cass City The graphic communica- ployment opportunities i n Lapeer. He was a member of letics. Retherford was a Arrangements were made
garage for safety, when the us, our address is 833 S. Gra- former member and past
water reached the highest. ham, Saginaw, MI 48609. will offer a graphic commu- tions program focuses on the the graphic design, graphic several professional associa- by Thabet Funeral Home,
nications associate degree latest concepts and technol- production, marketing, pub- tions and was a past member president of the Cass City CassCity
They are now sharing their Phone (989) 831-4233.
home with several others, Just to let you know program and a health infor- ogy related to the presenta- lic relations, sales and com- of the Car0 Rotary Club.
who weren’t as fortunate. everybody’s good wishes mation technology associate tion of information in a cre- munications sectors. He is survived by his chil-
They have no electricity, and prayers have been an- degree program this fall. ative, organized and effective Graduates with a health in- dren: Joe (Shanna Hopson)
water, nor gas for stove. swered. Both new programs start manner. formation associate’s degree of Lapeer and Bethany (Ja-
Probably their appliances are Sept. 26. Career choices include em- are prepared to work in any son Carnell) Gyomory of
all ruined but unsure at this Dean and Anna Lowe healthcare setting and are re- Lapeer; his parents: Louis Unlimited Hours, No Contracts!
sponsible for maintaining, rHXPPES.@-
and Mary Gyomory of Kng-
Pre-school stories set organizing and producing
medical information. Health
ston; the mother of his chil-
dren: Catherine (Bill)
CASS CITY Preschoolers age 3 to 5 Wednesday, October 5. information technicians have
completed and passed an ap-
Barrons of Hadley; aunts and
MZOMAINSTREET years old are invited to ex- The theme for this session uncles: Nancy and Paul
plore the wonderful world of is “Under the Sea” and we proved educational exam, Gyomory of Deford, Helen
HOURS: Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m-9 pm.; which entitles them to add
Sunday 10 a.m.-6 p.m. language with stories, songs, have lots of fun activities Paladi of Caro, and Julia
rhymes, finger plays, and planned. This program is RHIT (registered health in- Amberboy of Armada; a spe-
crafts during the Preschool free, but children must pre- formation technician) initials cial friend, Belinda Soflin of
Story Times every Wednes- register. Register now at the after their names. Lexington; and many cous-
day in October from 10 to library or by calling 872- Baker College officials re- ins.
11 :00 a.m. beginning 2856. cently announced 2 other He was preceded in death
I PHOTO DEVELOPINGSPECIAL 1 DOUBLES
4”~6” new additions to their fall by his grandparents: Martin
roster - surgical technology and Elizabeth Paladi, and
3 1/2” Double Prints
24 EXP $5999 1 Calendar of Events1‘1
associate’s degree and phar-
macy technician associate’s
Daniel and Lydia Gyomory,
Sr.; and aunts and uncles: ----- J41‘
ADD $1.50 FOR 3 E P
Deadline for submitting items in the calendar is the Friday
degree and certificate pro-
Irma Gaydos, Alex Paladi,
Sr., Nick Amberboy, and Dan NO HUNTING SIGNS i
noon before publication. More information is avail- and Mary Gyomory.
able by contacting Craig Funeral services were held
Bublitz at Baker College, Monday, Sept. 12, at Kranz
Thursday, September 15 Cass City, at 1-800-572- Funeral Home, Kingston,
Genealogy Group meeting, 7 p.m., Rawson Memorial Li- 8 I32 or (989) 872- I 129. with Pastor Ken Sandefur of
Friday, September 16
Alcoholics Anonymous, 8 p.m., Good Shepherd Lutheran
Pie 26th Annual
Senior Citizen Movies, 1:30p.m., Rawson Memorial Library.
Author Book Signing, 6 to 8 p.m., Rawson Memorial Li-
Bring in your favonte pie
recipe and tempt the taste-buds
of the judges
Bay Shore Campa-
450 N. Miller Street, Sebewaing, MI 48759
Adult & Youth
Sunday, September 18
lighter The Restoration Outreach Center is hosting a “Motorcycles
Madness”, 10 a.m., 202 W. Burnside, Caro. For additional
information, call (989) 672-2202. Arriving Daily! !
lbesday, September 20
N o w thru
Thumb Area Parkinson’s Support Group meeting, 1 p.m.,
Northw ood Meadows.
Basic computer classes, 1:30 p.m., Rawson Memorial Li-
Saturday, Sept. 17
We now aca brary. Youth Center at Bay Shore Camp
Our Savior Lutheran Church Bazaar, 9 to 2 p.m. Corner of N. Bake Sale begins at 8:OO a.m. Auction at 8:30 a.m. SHARP
Port Crescent and Irwin streets at the stoplight in Bad Axe.
SOFT GOODS HOUSEHOLD/GARDEN
Child’s Oak Rocker - Dennis & Dawn Kundinger Twin Size Rag Quilt - Elkton UMC 6’ Copper Scroll Decorated Trellis - Arthur Severance
,Car show Handcrafted Wooden Rocking Horse - Don & Jo
Baby Quilt in Assorted Bright Colors - Fabric Fair
Patriotic Hand-tied Comforter - Pigeon River Mennonite
Microwave - Don Martin
China Dish Set in White & Silver - iori Gremel
scheduled Oak Round End Table - U Gascho Furniture
Oak Bed Side Table - LJ Gascho Furniture
Oak Glider Rocker - LJ Gascho Furniture
Assorted Handquilted Table Runners - Grace Blair &
Baby Bear Handquilted Wallhanging - Isnhel Lefpprandt
TVNCR - Used - Lew & Gerry Tibbits
Sove top Wok - Willet & Sylvia Oeschger
4 Drawer Dresser - Lew & Gerry Tibhits
Sept. 14 Burgundy Office Chair - New - Gina Burton
New 3 . ~ 5 “Journey to Land Noah’s Ark Rug -
Queen Flannel Tied Comforter - Elkton UMC
Lighthouse Wallhanging - Millred Rhenheimer
Electric Fans, 14” and Window Model - Shirley Raymo
Vaporizer - Shirley Raymo
Kohtz Floor Covering Noah’s Art Wallhanging - Bonnie Wood Handcrafted Rustic Birdhouses - Marvin Silverthon
The Cass River Pet FriendZ, New 3’x5’ “Christmas Ornaments” Rug - Handquilted Grandmother’s Fan, double - Grace Blair & Silk Flower Arrangement - Jackie’s Country Flowers
Kohtz Floor Covering Sharon Dietzel Thomas Kincade Tea Cups - Jackie’s Country Flowers
in cooperation with Jill’s Handcrafted upholstered “Barbie” Footstool in pink - Patriotic Wallhanging - Bonnie Wood Gift Certificate $100 - Lee’s Landscaping
Junction, is hosting its third Les Andrews Christmas Wallhanging - Kilmanaugh UMC $25 Gift Certificates - Lilly’s Flowers
Twin Quilt of State Flowers - The Lloyd Kuhlfamily Wicker Picnic Basket with Service for 4 - Ellen Hunkins
annual car show Wednesday, Quilt Kit of Lighthouse Watercolor - Sandy Parks 10 pc Professional Cutlery Set - Lew & Gerry Tibbits
Sept. 14, from 3 to 8 p.m. SPORTS/RECREATION Huron County Afghan - Thumb Industries Thrifi Store Srnalt Table Top Electfic Griddle & PeSto Jumbo Griddle -
Schwinn IO-Speed Bike - Elroy Kosters Summer coverlet - Ruth Shogran Willet & Sjilvin Oeschger
All car, bike and truck en- Pike & Duck Decoys - Don Bollstetter Queen Size “Autumn at Bay Shore” Quilt - 9 patch in fall Framed print ‘‘When” - Brent & Jan Wessels
thusiasts are encouraged to Schrade Hunting Knife - Don Bollstetter
1 Week Cabin Rental at Higgins Lake -Bonnie Wood
colors, machine quilted & pieced - Charity Quilters,
bring their vehicles and join 5 Gal. Water Jugs - Steve Haag “Circle of Love” Crocheted Throw - Julia Hulka
in the fun at Jill’s Junction on 5’ Lazer Handice Auger Don Bollstetter
Aprons - Winifed Rickert “The Rdckette’s” Theatre Bus Tour for 2 with a visit to
Fishing Trip on the “Miss Port Austin” - Capt. Fred Davis the Edsel Ford Home and Lunch, Wed, Dec 7th -
M-46, one mile east of M-24. Cloth Gun Case - Nomans Classic Charters & Tours, Car0
There will be live music, Gift Certificate for Park Shore Resort, Traverse City - Dinners for 2 - Eagle Dancer Cafe, Car0
$300 value - B ’s Electric COLLECTIBTART/JEWELFtY Navy Beans - Cooperative Elevator
food, and door prizes! Flut- Eagle Claw & HT Fishing Poles & Reels - Don Bollsretter Detroit Piston Shirts - Mary Lanaway Gift Certificate of 1 Doz. Red Roses - Jackie’s Country
ter the Clown will also be Assorted Golf Clubs - Shirley Raymo 12”x21” Framed Print of Jesus “Crown of Thorns” - Flowers
Skitech Tube -Lindy Sales Lisa Wasco 2 Piece Chicken Dinners - Lamplighter Restaurant
present for added fun and Coleman Sport Cat Portable Heater - Don Bollstetter Radio Flyer 34” Steel Wagon - Morfimer Lumber Large 2 Item Pizza - Liimplighter Restaurnrrf
entertainment. Water Bottles - D.C. Sports 14”x18” Stained Glass Pheasant - Clnssical Glass Lunch special for 2 - Lamplighter Restaurnrrt
Basketballs & Soccer Balls - D.C. Sporrs 14”x18” Stained Glass Eagle . Classical Glass Catered Meal for 20 - McDonald’s Food & Family
Cost is a $5 donation. This Cam0 Seat Cushion - Don Bollstetter Woman’s “Citizens” Watch - New - Layher Jewelry 12 Organic Grown Chickens, Cleaned and Ready for the
event is intended to be a ream Bag - D. C. Sporfs Framed Puzzles - Artist Charles Wysocki - Don Martin freezer - Nature’s Premier
1285 Cleaver Road - Caro, MI 48723 fundraiser to help support the 3 Holes of Golf with Cart - Hidden Harbor Goy
22” Duffle with In-line Blade System - Normans
2 Pair of 4.5 A Grade Freshwater Pearl Earrings - Silver
Moon. Barbie Hemrlon
Meal Certificates - Peking City
Medium Pizza, 2 items for 1 year - Village Pizzerid
efforts of this animal rescue I2 Game Family for Mini Golf - Putr-Putt Fun Center Gift Certificates for Extra Value Meals - McDonald’s
organization and will be held 4 Gift Certificates of 1 round of Golf - Verona Hills Restnurant
Phone: (988) 673-4117 Fax (989) 673-6665 rain or shine. For more infor-
2 nights Camping with Water & Electric - Wooded Acres
Fam& Cnmpgrouncl, Houghton Lake
2 nights Camping in a Rustic Cabin - Wooded Acres Family
M lc L A E u
Li E L N o s
Gift Certificates $100 - McKertzie Jewelers
2 - Sunset Cruise on the “Miss Port Austin”
$20 00 value per person - Capt. Fred Davis
e mation contact the Pet A Plaster Cast Stepping Stone of Lew’s Foot - the 4-yr. old
Gift Certificate to Bavarian Inn Restaurant - $40 value
Campground, Houghton Lake Ranr(v C Lonra Baur
FriendZ at (989) 673-6375. Zoleman 16.4oz. Propane Fuel Tank - Don Bollstetter
class with Tom & Julie Brink, Family Camp 2005
HP Deskjet 632C color Printer - Ellen Hunkins
1 Man,4 Pheasant Bird Hunt apiece -Bruce Farms,
Sean Electric Typewriter SRIOOO Series - Don Martin ANTIQUES
6 Hrs. of General Construction - AB Construcfion Oil Lamps - Don Martin
Vearly New 3 Wheeled Ride Bike with basket
No Willpower, No Withdrawal and No Cravings with HYPNOSIS,. i.r
?am0 Tree Stand Blind - New - Sehewaing Sports Center
3verland Back Pack - Lew & Gerry Tibbits
Kodak Advantix Camera - Lew & Gerry Tibbits
35M Cannon Camera with Case - Lew & Gerry Tibbits
Canon DL-9000 35M Camera I& Case - Harold Brooks
Ornate 3/4 bed frame - Old, very nice - Willet Oeschger
Gift Certificates for the Tuscola County Advertiser and
No matte; what ou’ve lrtrd in the past, even other H n &
y a, TOOLS Cass City Chronicle - by the owners
I GUARAN~Z~!~ modern and r o w technique wdworkforyou. Gdde 1 -A I O Bic Ra!ed Fire Extinguisher - Lew Tibbits
3lectric Yard Blower - New - Warren Juengel
I Hr. Computer Tech Time - Abadnta Computer
Gift Certificate $50 - Clentco Printing, Bad Axe
I am the FLINT BASED Hypytferapbt &at coma to car0 .
Jerry M Campbell, C.R !ifP I O Portable Saw Table by Valuecraft - Steve Hang $40 Gift Ceftificate - Huron Laundry
I SMOKING 1 Board Cettiflcd Hypaotbcrrpirt
In 1982, I attended a Hypnosis
I,OOO,OOOCandle Power Halogen Spotlight - Lew Tibbits
khlagle Entry Door Lockset - C&L Ward Brothers
Oil Change Gift Certificates - Jim Schafer Quick Lube
1 Hr. & 1/2 Hr Massages - Leann Binder
EFFECTIVE My success rate is 91% EFFECTIVEMy succt9s rate is 89%
Seminar and lost 105 lbs. I’ve kept it off. aakita 7 114’ Circular Saw Model 5007 - New - Vassar $25 Gift Certificates for Parts or Service - Sebewaing , AUCTION HIGHLIGHTS
NO WITHDRAWAL or NERVOUSNESS No DIETS or WILLPOWER
I also quit smoking with Hypnosis.
Building Center Auto Value
Eyelass Lens Care Kit - Scheurer Family Vision
BAKE SHOP OPENS 8:OO a.m.
6 20’ Landscape Cord - Lew & Gerry Tibbits
ELIMINATES THE CRAVING END UNWANTED CRAVINGS !-Cycle Oil - Lindy Sales -
IZOD Brown Sunglasses with Case Scheurer Fami/y Vision PIE CONTEST JUDGING 8:30 a.m.
kt of 6 Stanley Screwdnvers - New- Lew & Gerry Tibbits BOLLE Sunglasses with Red Cloth Case - Scheurer Family
NO WEIGHT GAIN Free Weigbt Seminar FAST The Seminar takes oaIy 1 112 hours Tuesday, September 27th Zveresdy Flashlight with batteries - New - Lew Tibbits Virion
BIDDING BEGINS 8:30 a.m.
FAST Become a nonsmoker in oaly 2 houm SAFE You remain i full control
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Crafty trio open specialty Down Memory Lane
ceramics and gift business , By Harmony Doerr
Soaring fuel prices have af- Romulus Senior High School ramics for a long time. It’s will be a specialty for
fected not only motorists, but graduate, who along with his something my family’s been DeZomits and Fritz; who
also just about every facet of wife, Teresa, moved to the into, but I never got into it plan to offer custom, one-of- 5 YEARS AGO Dan Smith has been show- will enable food processors The Rev. David Bushong,
the economy. area about 6 years ago. myself,” DeZomits said. a-kind pieces for their cus- ing angora goats at various to remove objectionable col- 27, the new pastor of the
“Working with Lowell, one tomers in cass and sur-
City Hand in the face defense fairs and shows for only a ors (like green from oranges Novesta Church of Christ,
Even craftsmen have been has teamed was applied by Brown City few months, but the Cass or carrots, for example). It feels that there is a wide open
hit hard. Just ask Cass City thing I found out is not too rounding areas.
with Car0 area porcelain art- many people know how to 6 g ~ e ’ l l able to offer ba-
be to Diedre Deering and her City High School freshman would also allow them to use field for evangelism both
area resident Bob DeZomits, ist and painter Lowell Fritz Red Hayk teammates during has proven to be a quick colorless, odor less and taste- within his church here and in
who has put his skills as an make the molds.” sically anything anyone
to open Lowell’s Ceramics DeZomits is a skilled Tuesday’s cage contest in study. Smith, the son of less plant protein as a means the community at large. The
artist 1ntO Some interesting said DeZomits, who
Crafts and Gifts in Cass City. painter and designer as well Cass City. The Green Devils Randy and Jackie Smith of of enriching low protein challenge of the church is to
fiberglass pieces in recent iscurrently workng origi- on
The unique shop is located as sculptor. He designed and handed the hosts their first Decker, recently showed the foods. double in five years, the
years, including 12 large at 6455 W. Main St., next to rial molds of the Thumb oC-
sculpted the original “Dun- loss of the season. Deering first placejunior yearling doe young, energetic pastor said
steers he manufactured for tagon Barn and Marlette when asked about the future
Kelly and CO. Realty and geons and Dragons” figu- recorded a team-high 13 at the Michigan State Fair. The pumpkins are big this
Bueno Vista Marketing last ~~~i~Station, with plans to
Auctioneering in a building rines while working as a se- The goat was raised by Don fall. One fine crop is at the of the church in the commu-
year for a United Way manufacture limited edition points*
formerly used as a food pan- *,ior designer for TSR Hob- models for sale. Cass City rookie cross and Debbie Krug, Deford, Donald Miljure farm, north nity. We have the positive
fundraiser in Kokomo, Ind. try.
bies Inc., Lake Geneva, Wis. ~ ~ w ealso 1 peces (the
~ l fire country Coach Ernie Stec whose Pine Creek Farm is of Cass City. One of the gi- leadership in our
‘‘Whengas goes U 10 cents “Really, it’s more for a He also designed a “Gizmo” couldn’t have been happier known for its award winning ants weighs over 100 pounds church ....the men with the
process of finishing ceram- leadership and dedication to
a ,!don, fiberglass goes U P friendship than a partner- toy prototype that was per- iCs in a kiln) for people and with his young harriers’ per- angora goats, which have and is 5 1/2 feet around. Ten
$10 a gallon,” Commented ship,” DeZomits said of the sonally inspected and ap- have greenware, formance Wednesday at Bay won scores of honors seeds produced 17 pump- make it so, Bushong be-
DeZomits, who said the cost business relationship he and proved by Steven Spielberg Teresa added. She said they Shore Camp in Sebewaing. throughout the state and be- kins. lieves.
yond. Aside from first place ~-
has customers shying away his wife have developed with and George Lucas for the also plan to add a line of cos- Stm praised his team’s effort
these days. Fritz. popular “Gremlins” movie. tumes for Halloween and at the USA Invitational and junior yearling doe, the S’QI in and see G W ~ ~ - ~ O I ~ Y O U I ~
But that hasn’t hindered the “Lowell’s been doing ce- Making their own molds other special occasions. will look for the same type couple’s entries at this year’s
Fritz, who has been work- of effort this Saturday when state fair also took grand Nekv ch?y’.r.ler Ford vehicle
the Hawks travel to compete champion and reserve cham-
ing with ceramics for 50
years, said the business will at the Holly Invite. “All Red pion doe honors along with Mrn
also offer amyriad ofclasses, Hawk runners gave loo%,” grand champion wether. Moore wMotorr Sales
T h e G e n e a l i o n
including oil painting and
The Owen-Gage Bulldogs 25 YEARS AGO Amm
~ ~ p l ~ going to have
we,re ~ , improved to 2-1 in the early
leather craft classes and pew- season cage Thursday the bean crop in 1725 Garth O’Mara
ter, and hand-made wood with a 48-38 triumph over the immediate area has been (989) 673-4171
crafts like clocks,” said Fritz, AuGres. The I’K3n-conference only fair to poor, judging by TOLL FREE 1-800-516-6673 Sales Consultant
who noted finished crafts affair marked the third reports coming in from area
will be in stock along with straight road contest for farmers. We appear better off
those customers can make Coach Dave Fritz’s Bull- than farmers in the Saginaw
themselves during the dogs, who will begin the valley heartland where rain
classes. heart of their North Central really drowned out the crop.
“Oh, yeah, and he (Fritz) Thumb League campaign Twenty-five miles or SO
repairs ceramics, and that’s this week against foes King- down the road in h-enac
something I didn’t even ston and Akron-Fairgrove. County authoritiesare saying
know you could do,” that beans average about 35-
DeZomits said. He believes 10 YEARS AGO 40 bushels to the acre and all
the ceramics classes may be the rest of the crops are bet-
very popular given the fact We have received numerous ter than they have been in
that gas prices are encourag- letters from the Robert years. (From Rabbit Tracks)
ing people to pursue enjoy- Papovichs over the course of WATERMELONS -
able activities closer to home. the debate about a new facil- Brothers Me1 and “Doc”
even going to do ity at the school, none of Johnson returned to Cass
special classes for children, which we agreed with, until City last week with a load of
church groups, scouts, all of the one in this issue, which I watermelons after Visiting
that,” Fritz said. heartily endorse. Mrs. their sister, Eva Runyn of
Business hours at the shop, Papovich says that we should Cainsville and a nearby
opened at the end of not complain about the out- melon farm. Two big melons
August, will be 10 a.m. to 7 come if we don’t vote. Sound on top weighed about 80
~~~d~~ through ~ ~ advice. (From Rabbit Tracks)
i - pounds each. It was dry in
day, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. satur- The number of U S . farms Missouri this summer. In a
days, and Sundays by ap- has increased for the first normal year, they were told,
BOB AND TERESA DeZomits (from left) and Lowell Fritz pointment. time since 1981. The in- the big melons would have
Given their diverse back- crease occurred because the weighed 125 pounds.
display a small sample of ceramic pieces inside their new gro,jnds and central location, Agriculture Department re- It’s estimated there are
Cass City business, Lowell%Ceramics, Crafts and Gifts. the Owners hope ( make ”
vised its definition of more than 163,000 super-
. . “farms” to include those that markets, small grocery stores
v r I ti ‘ f < V
name ‘Or house more than 5 horses. and convenience food stores
crafting enthusiasts in the Under this, new definition, in the U.S.
the states with the highest Over 250 million pounds of
“That’s wh’at we’re hoping increase in farms are Texas, bread are produced each
for’” said. “we Michigan and Minnesota. week in the U.S.
want to the People do While the increase in farm
might like to numbers was less than one- 35 YEARS AGO
half of one percent, the total
The Grand Opening “If they’re bored’ have them
come see give them
something to do,” Teresa
farm acreage remained virtu-
ally unchanged from 1994.
Michigan State University
food scientists have taken the
6667 Main St., Cass City, MI 48726
The average farm size color, odor and taste out of
of the added.
dropped slightly. plant protein. The process
Calvary Bible Fellowship Evangelical Free Church of Cass City
at the 6430 Chestnut Blvd., Cass City, MI 48726
Novesta Church of Christ
2896 N. Cemetery Rd., Cass City, MI 48726
872-3658 or 872-1195
Tuscola County Medical Care Facility Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Wtvship Service I t 0 0 a.m.
Bible School 9:30 a.m.
Worship Service 10:45 a.m.
1285 Cleaver Rd., Car0
\ Evening Service 6:OO p.m.
Wednesday PraylBible Study & Youth Group 7:OO p.m.
Midweek Bible Studies
Youth Group & Sunday Evening
I September 23,2005 2-5 p.m.
Guided tours are offered
Pastor - Chuck Carr
Cass City Church of Christ
6743 E. Main St., Cass City, MI 48726
Contacts 872-2367 or 872-3136
Pastor: Rev. Todd R. Gould
First Baptist Church
6420 Houghton St., Cass City, MI 48726
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Youth Minister: Brad Speirs .
Visit our website at: www.novestachurch.org
Christian Fellowship Church
Liaht Refreshments Served Worship Service Sunday 11:00 a.m. & 6:OO p.m.
Bible Study Sunday 1O:OO a.m. & Wednesday 7:OO p.m.
Sunday Morning Worship Service 11:oo a.m.
Sunday Evening Service 6:30 p . ~ .
Corner of 6th and Leach, Cass City, MI 48726
Prayer Meeting & Bible Study, Thursday Evening 7:OO p.m.
Cass City Church of the Nazarene Wednesday, 7:OO p.m. Sunday Worship 11:00 a.m.
INational Assisted Living I 6538 Third St., Cass City, MI 48726
872-2604 o i 872-5201
Sunday School 1O:OO a.m.
AWANA 6:45 p.m. Wednesdays
Pastor: Eric Holmgren
Youth Pastor: Bryan Heller
Pastor: F. Robert Tucker
St. Agatha Catholic Church
Y! & Worship Service I t 0 0 a.m.
Wed. Prayer & Bible Study
& Children’s Activities 6:OOp.m.
4 Website: www.fbccc.us
First Presbyterian Church
4618 South St., Gagetown, MI 48735
Sunday Mass 10:30 a.m.
Pastor - Rev. Darold Ward Barrier Free
September 11 thru September 17 6505 Church St., Cass City, MI 48726 St. Psncratius Catholic Church
4292 S. Seeger St., Cass City, MI 48726
Sunday School - Septa-May 10:45 a.m. 872-3336
You are invited to stop in and tour our Worship Service 10:45a.m.
Pastor: Dave Blackburn
Saturday Liturgy 5:30 p.m.
Sunday Liturgy 9:00 a.m.
facility this week and register for a drawing Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Pastor: Father Steve Fillion
Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
to be held on Friday, September 16. Sunday Evening Service & Youth Group 6:30 p.m. 6820 E. Main St., Cass City, MI 48726 Shabbona United Methodist Church
WednesdayPrayerMeeting&HisKidsBibleCkrb6:30p.m. 872-2770 4455 North Decker Rd., Decker, MI 48426
Pastor - Robert Sweeney Worship Service 9:30 a.m. 810-672-9929 (parsonage)
Bible Class & Sunday School 10:45 a.m. 9’89-872-8094 (church)
Cake and Punch to be served on Pastor: Gerald Meyer Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship 11:00 a.m.
Wednesday, September 14 at 2:OO p.m. 5100 N. Cemetery Rd., Living Word Worship Center UMW Monthly 1st Wed., 7:30 p.m.
P.O. Box 125, Cass City, MI 48726 Youth Group Sunday Evenings 500 p.m.
Pastor: Ellen Burns
NortlZ?yood M e a d o w s Worship: 8:30 & 11:00 a.m. Visit our website at: www.dasuparish.com
Worship 10:30 a.m.
A s s i s t e d Living C o m m u n i t y Sunday Evening 6:OO p.m.
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PAGE SIX CASS CITY CHRONICLE - WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14,2005
Bulldogs roll Cass City 36, Deckerville 13
over winless Hawks down Eagles,
Vikings, 45-8 unbeaten Saints next
In the Owen-Gage Bull- Owen-Gage, now 1-1 in the Cass City set the stage for a opened the scoring in the 2nd down, the Eagles’ defense
dogs’ first 2games of the sea- North Central League, battle between unbeaten quarter. Facing a 4th down forced a Cass City punt from
son, errors at critical times should be favored to add to gridiron teams with a 36-13 and 11 situation, McVittie their own end zone. On the
were responsible for losses. its league record this Friday non-conference victory over hauled in a pretty 22-yard first play of the final period
Critical errors were not a fac- when they play 0-3 Peck. Deckerville Friday during its strike from quarterback Wes Deckerville closed to within
tor Friday when the Bulldogs The Bulldogs’ first 2 losses home opener. Messing between a pair of 22-13 as Messing found
rolled over winless Akron- were against tough Memphis The Red Hawks will now Cass City defenders in the McVittie, again, for a 15-
Fairgrove, 45-8. and undefeated AuGres- travel to face the co-Greater corner of the end zone. yard score.
L i Sims. Thumb West leading Bay It didn’t take Cass City long To the Hawks’ credit, they
I I The Bulldogs settled the is-
sue with A-F in the first half
when they rambled to a 33-0
City All Saints this week with
a stake of the conference’s
top spot on the line. Both
to regain their advantage,
however, as senior running
back Cody Halasz scored the
responded with a scoring
drive of 60 yards. Halasz,
who led Cass City with 127
lead. The Bulldogs used a squads enter the contest with first of his 2 touchdowns on yards on 20 carries, gave the
relentless ground attack. In perfect 3-0 marks, despite a 2-yard run with 8:49 re- Hawks some breathing room
G R E A m ” M B m the first half Kennv Brown each school playing 2 teams maining on the clock until when he scored from 20
%am 3 L
! L scored on runs of f0 and 45 still winless on the season. the intermission. yards out with 7 minutes re-
Cass City 1 0
yards. JoshMcLaren scored
from 30yardsout andDrew
Coach Scott Cuthrell called
the Hawk’s victory against
The Hawks would add one
more score before the break.
maining and, following
Glaza’s 3rd point after kick,
USA 1 0 3 o Howard picked up 71 yards the Eagles one of the hardest Jeff Stoutenburg helped set gave Cass City a 29- 13 edge.
Bad Axe 0 2 0 3 in 13 carries. . hitting football games his up Cass City’s final touch- Both teams then traded
Lakers Two other Bulldogs joined teams have played in the last down of the opening half turnovers late in the game,
V. Lutheran 0 2 0 3
the scoring parade in the 4 years. when he returned another before Sieradzki added Cass
G ~ ~ T H U B ~
M third quarter. Eric Zaleski “We played pretty solid. It Eagle punt to the 9-yard line. City’s final score on a 3-yard
%am L L notched a TD on a 30-yard was a smash mouth football Three plays later, Dustin run with just 53 seconds re-
Ublv 2 o 2 o scamper and quarterback game.” Bitzer broke a tackle and maining.
Mahette . 1 0 2 1 Grant Champagne scored After a 70-yard punt return found pay dirt from 7-yards “Our line did an excellent
Deckerville 1 0 1 2 from inside the 5-yard line. by Justin Glaza for the out. job and our back ran hard.
H. Beach 1 1 2 1 game’s initial score was nul- Trailing 22-7, Deckerville We tackled the ball well,”
Brown City 1 1 2 1 Champagne also notched
Mayville 0 2 I 2 touchdowns on passes to lified by an illegal block, squandered a golden scoring Cuthrell said.
Sandusky 0 2 0 3 Andy Dronsella that covered Cass City staged an 83-yard opportunity late in the half on Cass City rushed for 263
25 and 36 yards. drive’on 15 plays that in- a drive that started from their yards on the night. Johnson
NCIL The Vikings chalked up cluded a pair of 4th down own 30-yard line. Benefit- accounted for 96 yards on 12
their first touchdown of the RED HAWK punt returner Justin Glaza sidesteps a conversions. Junior Kyle ing from a pair of 15-yard carries and Bitzer added 32
Memphis 2 0 3 0 year in the fourth quarter on Sieradzki accounted for the penalties on the Hawks’ sec- yards on 9 totes. Quarterback
Kingston 2 0 2 1 a 10-yard pass from Adam Deckerville defender en route to a 70-yard touchdown in touchdown on a 5-yard dive. ondary, the visitors drove Chris Landrith was 1 for 3
Dry den 1 1 1 2 Foster to Chris Hall. Leading Deckerville used a big 4th down to the Cass City 7 with passing, netting 13 yards and
Owen-Gage 1 1 1 2 the Vikings on defense were
Friday’s GTC crossover game. The score was nullified, how- down conversion of their just under 2 minutes remain- threw a 2-point conversion to
A-Fairgrove 0 2 0 3
North Huron 0 2 0 3 Foster, 12 tackles, and Shane ever, as Cass City was flagged for an illegal block. own to pull even with their ing. The Eagle threat ended tight end Brad Langenburg.
Peck 0 2 0 3 Lewis, 9 tackles. hosts when Seth McVittie when Chris Johnson recov- For Deckerville, Loomis
ered a fumble, the first of 4 rushed for 102 yards, while
turnovers by the guests. Messing threw for 88 yards.
Reed’s chargers drop pair The Eagles controlled the
ball and the clock for most
of the 3rd quarter, but
Cass City’s defensive effort
was lead by their lineback-
ers as Sieradzki recorded a
After opening their season play from behind and score Copeland showed good ag- couldn’t slice into Cass team-high 9 tackles, one bet-
with a pair of road victories, goals quickly, but the defense gression on defense. ’ City’s advantage. ter than Halasz. Derryll
the Cass City soccer team needs to improve. “Even with a senior domi- Deckerville, running mostly Schenk added a fumble re-
slipped to 2-2, in non-tour- Thursday’s 3-2 loss against nated line up, the Hawks are off their left tackle, wasted a covery and interception from
nament games, as visiting Sandusky was a major disap- still making too many errors 65-yard run by James the Hawks’ secondary.
Car0 and Sandusky downed pointment as the Hawks gave and are not playing consis- Loomis when Glaza inter- “It was a great win. Our
coach Chuck Reed’s charges. up 2 easy goals right away tently enough, particularly cepted a pass on the Cass players stepped up and
On Tuesday, Car0 defeated and played with little inten- when they need hustle and City 4-yard line. played a great game on both
the Hawks 8-4. The game sity until the last 10 minutes aggression to control a But after holding the Cass sides of the ball,” Cuthrell
started well for the hosts as of the game, according to game,” said Reed. City offense without a first said.
they scored in the opening 2 coach Reed. That’s when the
minutes on a cross from Eric Hawks received goals from
Reed to Shane McFarland, Forrest and Chris Binder and
but then they promptly gave were pressing for the tie
up 4 goals in the next 20 min- when time ran out.
utes. Increased offensive
pressure and scores by Ross BAD AXE TOURNEY
Forrest, Gavin Mills and Sam
Howard tied the game at the Saturday at Bad Axe, the
half. Hawks played to a 5th place
The Hawks, however, lost ’ finish at the Hatchet Invita-
their intensity in the second tional, losing to Cros-Lex 3-
half after giving up 2 more 0 and Bad Axe 5-2, while
goals. Caro’s final 2 scores downing Harbor Beach.
came against the Cass City The Hawks started slowly
reserves. against Cros-Lex and their
SENIOR SAM HOWARD advances the ball during Offensively, the Hawks play carried over into the first
were greatly improved with part of the Harbor Beach
Thursday’s contest with visiting Sandusky for Cass City. 16 scoring chances, but game. However, the Hawks
Caro’s keeper made some managed to tie the Pirates, 1-
Waiting for a possible pass is (16) Brandon Miller. excellent saves, including 1, in the last 2 minutes. Cass
, one on Reed that knocked City than won the game on
n him down and almost into penalty shots 4-3. Tom Cot-
the net. ton and Andrew Klco got
Work Like Magic! Midfield play was solid, but their first scores of the sea-
inexperience in the net cost son as did Derek Weidman in
the Hawks, said coach Reed. the shoot out.
Now ACCEPTING Clinton Ellis played well off Against Bad Axe in the con-
the bench as did Devon solation semi-finals, the
CellularONE payments Jamieson. Brad Hanby, Kyle Hawks scored 2 quick goals
Kaush, and Travis Mozden and had the Hatchets on their
Cass city 6450 Main Street got some game experience heels, but allowed them back
Cass City, Michigan that Reed feels will pay off into the game with some
i n the future. The Hawks costly defensive errors.
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Last Week’s Results
CASS CITY, MICHIGAN
CASS CITY CHRONICLE - WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14,2005 PAGE SEVEN
Bulldogs At Hatchet Invite
Cass Citv runs to,title
Cass City used 3 top 10 in-
Sarah Squires topped the ing Armada with 75 points. Cass City also had Leah
dividual finishes Saturday to girls’ field with a time of Cass City came in at 5th Whittaker (25th place) at
Owen-Gage coach Dave capture the Hatchet Invita- 19:37 while leading the Pa- place with a score of 157. 23:38, Ashleigh Rabideau
Fritz is hopeful a string of 3 tional in Bad Axe. triots to victory with 55 The Hawks’ best individual (39th place) at 2457, Klyn
straight home bills will The Red Hawk boys’ team points. time was entered by Jen Puterbaugh (54th place) at
jumpstart his cage team’s of- tallied a winning score of 63 Ubly recorded 72 points to Zmerski, who finished 18th 26:28 and Whitney Braun
fense. to bring home the champion- finish second, narrowly edg- at 2255. (61st place) with a time of
The Bulldogs fell to 1-3 on ship trophy at the 13-school 27:20.
the early season Thursday as event. Rounding out the top
host Peck recorded a decisive 3 spots were Marlette with 8 1
47-26 win. points and Reese with 99.
Entering Tuesday’s home Cameron Lautner, Lukas
match up against Port Hope, Varney and Kyle Reif paced
the Bulldogs were averaging the winners, completing the
just 26 points per game. 5K run only seconds apart.
They’ll need to improve their Lautner finished 5th indi-
offensive production if they vidually overall with a time
hope to hang with defending of 18:03, while Varney fin-
NCTL-South champion ished 6th at 18:05 and Reif
Kingston who invades placed 7th with a time of
Owendale on Thursday. 18:06.
In front 10-8 after one pe- Coach Amy Cuthrell also
riod, Peck’s Sara Wilcox received a medal perfor-
heated up from the perimeter mance from Dewey Mabe,
and tossed in a pair of treys who placed 19th with a time
to help the hosts to a 23-13 of 19:13. Adam Wentworth
margin at the intermission. completed the Hawk scoring
Both schools traded baskets with a time of 19:34, good
after the break until Peck for 26th place.
closed out the contest with a Marlette’s Jeremy Kiley
17-6 run to decide the game. turned in the day’s best indi-
Wilcox led all scorers with ASHLEY HENDRICK goes around a Mayville defender to vidual time at 1659.
a game-high 13 markers,
while Nowaczyk tallied 10 help keep the Hawk offense rolling. She netted 16 points as
points to pace Owen-Gage. the Hawks posted an easy non-conference win. Unionville-Sebewaing ’s
OWEN-GAGE - Faist 2-0
(4-6) 8; Schmidt 1-0 (1-2) 3; THEY’RE OFF! CASS CITY’S cross country team won
Brown 0-0 (1-4) 1;
Nowaczyk 4-0 (2-5) 10;
Pillsbury 1-0 (0-0) 2; Collon
1-0 (0-0) 2.
Lady Hawks whip Mayville
the 13-school Hatchet Invitational on Saturday. Pictured
starting the event in Bad Axe are Hawk runners: (from left)
Brett Babich, Lukas Varney, Kyle Reif and Cameron
TOTALS 9-0 (8-17) 26. If the Cass City Red Hawks
are going to put it all to-
The Hawks this year have
won 3 of the first 4 games
At the intermission, Cass
City had a narrow 24-22
rebounders for Cass City
were Hendrick with 7 and Lautner,
PECK - T. Fletcher 1-0 (3- nether, Thursday will be an following a win over visiting iP2d Schinnerer with 6. Cass
6) 5 ; Merkau 2-0 (0-0) 4; K. 1w-w.
City’s Courtney Rabideau
:deal time to get started. Mayville Thursday, 55-35. The Hawks continued their
Fletcher 2-0 (2-2) 6; Wilcox
2-3 (0-1) 13; Williams 1-0
(0-0) 2; McNary 0-0 (4-7) 4;
That’s when the Hawks go
on the road to meet Valley
Coach John Maharg would
certainly be pleased if his
scoring burst in the last half,
while Mayville was unable to
posted 8 assists.
CASS CITY - Richards 0-0
Lutheran in the opening charges played well for the score in double figures in ei-
Kiley 2-0 (4-8) 8; O’Connor (2-2) 2; T.Czekai 1-0 (0-0)
for SVSU spikers
game of the Greater Thumb entire 4 quarters. Cass City ther the third or fourth peri-
2-0 (1-2) 5 . 2; C. Rabideau 0-0(2-2) 2;
TOTALS 12-3 (14-30) 47. West’ has played quarters where ods. Brinkman 3-0 (0-2) 6;
n they passed well, shot well
and defended well. The team
Cass City’s top scorers took
charge in the third quarter
Meeker 3-0 (0-0) 6; R.
Success on the volleyball Invitational All-Tournament
has also played quarters that Czekai 0-1 (3-4) 6; Dooley
and by the end of the period 2-0 (0-2) 4; Hendrick 7-0 (2- courts has followed 2004 Team in Romeoville, Illinois
both the offense and the de- the game was pretty well de- Cass City graduate Amy as SVSU went 2-2.
fense have underachieved. 3) 16; Schinnerer 4-0 (3-3)
cided with Cass City in front, Howard to Saginaw Valley Howard averaged 11.27 as-
The Hawks were off to a
slow start in the first quarter,
Leading the charge were the
TOTALS 20-1 (12-18) 55. State University. sists per game and also re-
corded 50 assists against #2 1
MAYVILLE - Dunham 0-0
Volleyball but still stayed ahead as the
Wildcats also had trouble
finding the range. The
Hawks’ top scorers. Ashley
Hendrick contributed 9 of (1-2) 1; Ervin 2-0 (0-3) 4;
Salcido 0-0 (5-6) 5 ; Nelson
The Cardinal sophomore
setter was recentlv named to
Armstrong Atlantic. She also
had 44 dies and hit .406 with
her team-high 16 points and Amy Howard the Lewis Univekty Flyer 14 kills.
Tournament Hawks led 7-4 at the end of
Emily Schinnerer netted 5 of
her 11 points in the quarter.
5-0 (1-5) 11; LeBair 1-0 (2-
2) 4; Ceglecki 1-0 (0-0) 2;
That all changed in the sec- Reed 2-0 (1-2) 5 ; Robinet 0-
October-I,2005 ond quarter.
Danielle Nelson was in
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PAGE EIGHT CASS CITY CHRONICLE - WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14,2005 CASS CITY, MICHIGAN
Rural Ed Day
FOOTBALL BASKETBALL SOCCER CROSS COUNTRY GOLF - - - -
at fairgrounds Aug. 26
Sandusky 0, Cass City 47
Bad Axe 0, Cass City 55
lmlay City 23, Cass City 46
Sandusky 42, Cass City 47
Sept. 9 Deckerville 13, Cass City 36 Sept. 6 Ubly 50, Cass City 44
The ?hscola County Farm stations,” explained Cathy Sept. 16 BCAS 7:OO p.m. A Sept. 8 Mayville 35, Cass City 55
Bureau Promotion and Edu- Healy, Project RED coordi-
cation Committee is making Sept. 23 Valley Lutheran (HC) 7:OO p.m. H Sept. 15 Valley Lutheran 5:OO p.m. A
nator. “The children will
final preparations for its first learn about farm machinery Sept. 30 Lakers 7:OO p.m. A Sept. 20 Marlette 5 0 0 p.m. A
Rural Education Day and chemical safety, crops - Oct.7 USA 7:OOp.m. H Sept. 22 Bad Axe 6:OOp.m. H
(Project RED), to be held including sugar, corn and Oct.14 Reese 7:OOp.m. H Sept. 27 Harbor Beach 6:OOp.m. H
Thursday, Sept. 15, at the soybeans - animals...soil and Oct. 21 Freeland 7:OOp.m. H Sept. 29 Lakers 6:OO p.m. A
Tuscola County Fairgrounds water conservation, and bee *Home games are in bold Oct. 4 USA 6:OO p.m. A
in Caro. keeping. Oct. 6 Reese 6:OOp.m.
6:OO p.m. H
Nearly 500 third graders “Our goal is to begin to edu-
from throughout the county Oct. 13 BCAS
cate these third graders on
will be participating in one the impact our local farming Oct. 18 Brown City 6:OO p.m. A
of 2 sessions planned for the industry has on the lives Oct. 20 Deckerville 5 0 0 p.m. A
day. around us and explore the Oct. 25 Valley Lutheran 6:OO p.m. H
“Project RED addresses the end products of our local in- Aug. 27 USA Invite Oct. 27 Bad Axe 5:OO p.m. A
8:30 a.m. A
need to educate our children dustry,” Healy added. Aug. 30 Harbor Beach Nov. 1 Lakers 6:OO p.m. H
5 0 0 p.m. A
about local agriculture and She noted several area Nov. 3 USA 6:OOp.m. H
Aug. 31 Essexville-Garber 4:30 p.m. A
natural resources with hands- farmers and businlsses are
on experiences at 8 different Sept. 6 Car0 4:30 p.m. H Nov. 8 Reese 6:OO p.m. A
supporting the local project.
Sept. 8 Sandusky 5:OO p.m. H Nov. 10 BCAS 5:OO p.m. A
Sept. 10 Bad Axe Invite 9:00 a.m. A
Call Paul for a quote on’ New Ford or
a Sept. 13 Marlette 5 0 0 p.m. A
Sept. 15 Caseville 5:OO p.m. H
‘Chrysler today! Sept. 22 USA 5:OO p.m. A
Sept. 26 Freeland 4:30 p.m. H
Moore gMotorr Sales
mm Sept. 27
5 0 0 p.m.
Cass City Invite
1O:OO a.m.’ A
T h e N e G e n e a t i o n Oct. 4 Valley Lutheran 4:30 p.m. H Aug. 22 Valley Lutheran 2:OO p.m. A
AWW Oct. 6
Paul Bessler ph. (989) 6734171, ext. 25: Oct. 13 USA 4:30 p.m. H Aug.29 BCAS 4:35 p.m. A
Certified Sales & toll free 1-800-516-667: Oct. 18 Bad Axe 4:30 p.m. H Aug. 31 Lakers 4:15 p.m. H
Leasing Consultant fax: (989) 673-722!
New & Used Cars 1725 W. Car0 Rd., Caro, MI 4872:
Oct. 20 Valley Lutheran 4:30 p.m. A Sept. 9 BCAS Invite 8:30 a.m. A
Oct. 25-30 Districts Sept. 12 Ubly / BCAS 74:15 p.m. A
* Home games are in bold Sept. 14 BadAxe 4:15 p.m. H
Professional and Business I Sept. 19
Sept.26 BCAS 4:15 p.m. H
Sept. 28 Lakers 4:15 p.m. A
Sept. 30 Districts TBA
Oct. 3 League Invite
r------- i r------- 1 Aug. 31 Akron-Fairgrove Invite 4:OO p.m. A *Home matches are in bold
ACCOUNTANTS J PHYSICIANS Sept. 7 USA Invite 3:45 p.m. A
L L ----_-- J Sept. 10 Bad Axe Invite 1O:OO a.m. A
Anderson, Tuckey, S.H. Raythatha, Sept. 15 Chesaning Invite 4:30 p.m. A Sports adrQertisingbrought to you by the r r
Bernhardt, Doran & Co., P.C. Sept. 22 Frankenmuth Invite 4:30 p.m. A
Certified Public Accountants 1M.D. Sept. 24 Akron-Fairgrove Invite 1O:OO a.m. A community mi? zded area business es.
Gary Anderson, CPA (Caro)
Sapt. 29 Mayville Invite 4:OO p.m. A Please support these local sponsor.S!
Robert Tuckey, CPA, (Cass City) Dr. Ray Oct. 1 Harbor Beach 8:OO a.m. A
Jerry Bernhardt, CPA (Caro)
Thomas Doran, CPA (Caro) Board Cetfified Oct. 8 Cass City Invite 9:OOa.m. H C t
Valerie Hartel, CPA (Cass City) Family Pracfice Oct. 12 CPS Invite 4:OO p.m. A John C. Burns, PC
715 E. Frank St., Caro, MI
Oct. 15 Reese Invite 8:OO a.m. A
6261 Church St., Cass City, MI
4672 Hill St. Oct. 18 League Invite 4:30 p.m. A Law Offices
Phone 872-3730 Cass City Oct. 22 Car0 Invite 11:OO a.m. A 6352 Garfield Ave.
Oct. 29 Regionals Cass City Hardware FUNERAL HOMES Cass City
ATTORNEYS Phone 872-5010 * Home games are in bold 872-2 188 Cass City 872-2195
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Office Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8-5 6092 E. Cass Clty Rd ,
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CASS CITY, MICHIGAN CASS CITY CHRONICLE - WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14,2005 PAGE NINE
Legal Notices A
THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COLLECTOR Under the power of sale contained in the from the date of such sale, unless deter- THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COLLECTOR and are described as: land situated in the City of Marlette,
ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. mortgage and the statutes of the State of mined abandoned in accordance with ATTEMPTING TO COLLECTA DEBT.
ANY INFORMATION WE OBTAIN Michigan, notice is hereby given that the County of Tuscola, State of Michigan, and
MCLA 600.3241a. in which case the re- ANY INFORMATION WE OBTAIN Part of the Northeast 1/4 of Section 14,
WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of described as follows, to wit:
demption period shall be 30 days from WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. Town 12 North, Range 7 East, Denmark
PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT the mortgaged premises, or some part of the date of such sale. PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT Township, Tuscola County, Michigan, LAND SITUATED IN THE COUNTY
THE NUMBER BELOW IF YOU ARE them, at public venue at the front entrance THE NUMBER BELOW IF YOU ARE being more particularly described as fol- OF TUSCOLA AND STATE OF MICHI-
IN ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY. of the Courthouse in the Village of Caro, Dated: August 24, 2005 IN ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY. lows: Commencing at the Northeast cor- GAN BEING KNOWN AND DESIG-
Tuscola County, MI in Tuscola County, ner of said Section; thence South 00 de-
ATTN PURCHASERS: This sale may be Michigan at 10:00a.m. on September 15, NATED AS FOLLOWS: PART OF THE
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE ATTN PURCHASERS: This sale may be grees 16 minutes 20 seconds West 165.00 NORTHEAST QUARTES OF SEC-
rescinded by the foreclosing mortgagee. 2005. CALL: rescinded by the foreclosing mortgagee. feet along the East line of said Section
In that event, your damages, if any, shall TION 36, TOWN 11 NORTH, RANGE
FC G (248) 593-1310 In that event, your damages, if any, shall and the centerlineof Garner Road to point 11 EAST BEGINNING ON THE
be limited solely to the return of the bid The premises are located in the Village Trott & Trott, P.C. be limited solely to the return of the bid of beginning; thence South 00 degrees 16
amount tendered at sale, plus interest. of Millington, Tuscola County, Michigan, NORTH LINE OF SAID SECTION 36
Attorneys for Mortgage Electronic Reg- amount tendered at sale, plus interest. minutes 20 seconds West 278.16 feet DISTANT WEST 256.84 FEET ALONG
and are described as: istration Systems, Inc. as nominee for along said Section line and centerline;
MORTGAGE SALE - Default has been SAID SECTION LINE FROM THE
lender MORTGAGE SALE - Default has been thence West 250.00 feet; thence North 00 NORTHEAST CORNER OF SAID SEC-
made in the conditions of a mortgage Lot 49 and 50 of Eno Subdivision accord- 30400 Telegraph Rd., Ste. 200 degrees 16 minutes 20 seconds East
made in the conditions of a mortgage TION; THENCE SOUTH 205.00 FEET;
made by Vincent R. Gilkerson, a married ing to the plat recorded in Liber 2 of Plats, Bingham Farms, Michigan 48025-5822 278.16 feet; thence East 250.00 feet to
made by Cindy S. Armstrong and Gary THENCE WEST 424:98 FEET:
person, original mortgagor, to Cendant Page 39, Tuscola County Records. File #028655F03 E. Armstrong, wife and husband as joint the point of beginning. Subject to an ex-
Mortgage Corporation, Mortgagee, dated THENCE NORTH 205.00 FEET TO
December 15, 1999 and recorded on De- The redemption period shall be 6 months
8-24-4 tenants, original mortgagors, to Rescue isting prescriptive right-of-way for Gar- SAID SECTION LINE; THENCE EAST
Mortgage, Inc., Mortgagee, dated June ner Road across the East 33.00 feet 424.98 FEET ALONG SAID SECTION
cember 16, 1999 in Liber 790 on Page from the date of such sale, unless the
12, 2003 as evidenced by Affidavit Of thereof. LINE TO THE PLACE OF BEGIN-
1049 in Tuscola County Records, Michi- property is determined abandoned in ac-
Lost Document recorded on July 16,2004 NING.
gan, on which mortgage there is claimed cordance with MCLA #600.3241a, in The redemption period shall be 6 months
in Liber l000on Page 1271, andassigned
to be due at the date hereof the sum of which case the redemption period shall from the date of such sale, unless deter-
by said Mortgagee to JPMorgan Chase
Eighty Thousand Two Hundred Two and be 30 days from the date of the sale. THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COLLECTOR
ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. Bank as Trustee as assignee by an assign- mined abandoned in accordance with
During the six (6) months immediately
following the sale, the property may be (Breakfast & Lunch Items) I
0NLy $ 7 9 5
79/100 Dollars ($80,202.79). including MCLA 600.3241a, in which case the re-
ANY INFORMATION WE OBTAIN ment, in Tuscola County Records, Michi- redeemed, except that in the event that
interest at 8% per annum. TO ALL PURCHASERS: The foreclos- demption period shall be 30 days from
WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. gan, on which mortgage there is claimed the property is determined to be aban-
ing mortgagee can rescind the sale in the the date of such sale. ’
PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT to be due at the date hereof the sum of doned pursuant to MCLA 600.3241a, the Children’s Prices
Under the power of sale contained in said event a 3rd party buys the property and Forty-Four Thousand Twelve and 10/100
mortgage and the statute in such case there is a simultaneous resolution with the THE NUMBER BELOW IF YOU ARE property may be redeemed during 30 days
IN ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY. Dollars ($44,012. lo), including interest. Dated: September 14, 2005 Available
made and provided, notice is hereby given borrower. In that event, your damages, if immediately following the sale.
at 7.65% per annum.
that said mortgage will be foreclosed by any, are limited solely to the return of the
a sale of the mortkaged premises, or some bid amount tendered at sale. ATTN PURCHASERS: This sale may be FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE Dated: 8/24/2005 Serving 10:30 a.m. - 2:OO p.m.
rescinded by the foreclosing mortgagee. Under the power of sale contained in said CALL:
part of them, at public venue, at the Front
In that event, your damages, if any, shall mortgage and the statute in such case FC D (248) 593-1309 JP Morgan Chase Bank, as trustee
Breakfast Items Menus-Available
entrance to the Courthouse in the Village Dated: August 17, 2005 made and provided, notice is hereby given Trott & Trott, P.C.
of Caro, Tuscola County at 10:00 AM, be limited solely to the return of the bid Mortgagee
amount tendered at sale, plus interest. that said mortgage will be foreclosed by Attorneys for HSBC Bank USA, as
on October 6. 2005. ORLANS ASSOCIATES PC
a sale of te mortgaged premises, or some
h Trustee in trust for Citigroup Mortgage FABRIZIO & BROOK, P.C.
Attorneys for JP Morgan Chase Bank
MORTGAGE SALE - Default has been part of them, at public venue, at the Front Loan Trust, Inc., Asset Backed Pass Attorney for JP Morgan Chase Bank, as
Said premises are situated in Township N.A. successor by merger with Bank One
made in the conditions of a mortgage entrance to the Courthouse in the Village Through Certificates Series 2003-HE-4 trustee
of Watertown,Tuscola County, Michigan, N.A.,
made by Fredrick G. Heinz and Linda of Caro, Tuscola County at 10:00 AM, 30400 Telegraph Rd., Ste. 200 888 W. Big Beaver, Suite 1470
and are described as: As Mortgagee Bingham Farms, Michigan 48025-5822
Heinz, husband and wife, original mort- oh October 13, 2005. Trop MI 48084
P.O. Box 5041 File #030004F02
Commencing at the Southeast corner of Troy, MI 48007-5041 gagors, to Full Spectrum Lending, Inc., (248) 362-2600
the West 1/2 of the East 1/2 of the South- (248) 457- loo0 Mortgagee, dated March 20,1999 and n- Said premises are situated in Township 9- 14-4 8-24-4
corded on April 7, 1999 in Liber 768 on of Vassar, Tuscola County, Michigan, and *
west 1/4 of Section 23, Town 10 North, File No. 224. I34 I
Page 34, and assigned by said Mortgagee are described as:
Range 9 East; thence North 218.00 feet;
thence West 200.00 feet; thence South
218.00 feet; thence East 200.00 feet to
8- 17-5 to Countrywide Home Loans, Inc. as as-
signee by an assignment, in Tuscola Lot 9, Block 24, City of Vassar, Tuscola .
County Records, Michigan, on which County, Michigan, as recorded in Liber AS A DEBT COLLECTOR, WE ARE
the point of beginning. ATTEMPTING TO COLLECTA DEBT
mortgage there is claimed to be due at 1, Page 43, Tuscola County Records.
the date hereof the sum of Forty-Three AND ANY INFORMATION OB-
The redemption period shall be 6 months PETER M. SCHNEIDERMAN & AS- The redemption period shall be 6 months TAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT
from the date of such sale, unless deter- SOCIATES, P.C., IS ATTEMPTING TO Thousand One Hundred Twenty-Eight
and08/100 Dollars ($43,128.08), includ- from the date of such sale, unless deter- PURPOSE. NOTIFY US AT THE NUM-
mined abandoned in accordance with COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFOR- mined abandoned in accordance with BER BELOW IFYOU AREINACTIVE
MCLA 600.3241a, in which case the re- MATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED ing interest at 7.875% per annum.
MCLA 600.3241a. in which case the re- MILITARY DUTY.
demption period shall be 30 days from FOR THAT PURPOSE. PLEASE CON- demption period shall be 30 days from
the date of such sale. TACT OUR OFFICE AT (248) 539-7400 Under the power of sale contained in said
mortgage and the statute in such case the date of such salt. MORTGAGE SALE - Default having
IF YOU ARE IN ACTIVE MILITARY been made in the terms and conditions of
Dated: September 7, 2005 DUTY. made and provided, notice is hereby given
that said mortgage will be foreclosed by Dated: September 14, 2005 a certain mortgage made by Guy M.
a sale of the mortgaged premises, or some Caswell, a single man, Mortgagor, to First
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE MORTGAGE SALE - Default has been FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE
part of them, at public venue, at the Front Franklin A Division of National City
CALL: made in the conditions of a mortgage CALL: Bank of Indiana, Mortgagee, dated the
FC F (248) 593- 1313 made by JOHN A. SMITH, I11 and entrance to the Courthouse in the Village
of Caro, Tuscola County at 10:00 AM, FC H (248) 593-1300 22nd day of February, 2005 and recorded financial decision for
Trott & Trott, P.C. CRISELDA C. SMITH, husband and Trott & Trott, P.C.
on September 22,2005. in the office of the Register of Deeds, for
Attorneys for PHH Mortgage Corpora- wife, to Mortgage Electronic Registration Attorneys for JPMorgan Chase Bank as
tion fMa Cendant Mortgage Corporation theCounty of Tuscola and State of Michi-
Systems, Inc., “MERS”, solely as nomi- Trustee gan, on the 17th day of March, 2005 in
304oO Telegraph Rd., Ste. 200 Said premises are situated in City of Vas-
Bingham Farms, Michigan 48025-5822
nee for Lender and Lender’s successors
and assigns GMAC Mortgage Corpora- sar, Tuscola County, Michigan, and are 30400 Telegraph Rd., Ste. 200 Liber 1031 of Tuscola County Records, imDortant to vou.
described as: Bingham Farms, Michigan 48025-5822 Page 540, said Mortgage having been as-
File #053 139F02 tion, Mortgagee, dated September 26, File #065628F01 signed to JP Morgan chase Bank, as
9-7-4 2002 and recorded on October 10, 2002
BEGINNING AT A POINT ON SOUTH 9- 14-4 trustee on which mortgage there is
in Liber 897, on Page 656, Tuscola claimed to be due, at the date of this no-
County Records, Michigan, on which RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF M-38,871,30
FEET SOUTH 78 DEGREES 30 MIN- tice, the sum of Eighty Two Thousand
mortgage there is claimed to be due at Eight Hundred Eighty Nine & 17/100.
the date hereof the sum of ONE HUN- UTES EAST FROM INTERSECTION Coverage, Premiums & Cash Values are guaranteed to age 100.
OF NORTH AND SOUTH 1/4 LINE OF ($82,889.17), and no suit or proceeding
THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COLLECTOR DRED THIRTEEN THOUSAND at law or in equity having been instituted Policy limits increase automatically at age 18, and again at 25 - with
EIGHTY TWO AND 44/100 DOLLARS SECTION 7 AND SAID RIGHT OF THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COLLECTOR
ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. to recover the debt secured by said mort-
WAY; THENCE SOUTH 78 DEGREES ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. NO
- __premium increase.
AN Y IN FOR M AT I 0N 0BTA IN ED ($1 13,082.44), including interest at gage or any part thereof.
WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. 7.00% per annum. 30 MlNUTES EAST ALONG SAID ANY INFORMATION WE OBTAIN An optional annuity benefit provides even higher cash values: foremer-
RIGHT OF WAY 72.00 FEET; THENCE WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE.
PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT Now, therefore, by virtue of the power of gencies, for college expenses, or even for the deposit on their first home.
THE NUMBER BELOW IF YOU ARE Under the power of sale contained in said SOUTH 9 DEGREES 15 MINUTES PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT
WEST 319.25 FEET; THENCE WEST THE NUMBER BELOW IF YOU ARE sale contained in said mortgage, and pur-
IN ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY. mortgage and the statute in such case
made and provided, notice is hereby given AND PARALLEL WITH SECTION IN ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY. suant to statute of the State of Michigan
in such case made and provided, notice
MORTGAGE SALE - Default has been that said mortgage will be foreclosed by LINES OF SECTION 7 AND 13, 73.15
FEET; THENCE NORTH 9 DEGREES ATTN PURCHASERS: This sale may be is hereby given that on the 22nd day of
a sale of the mortgaged premises, or some
made in the conditions of a mortgage
made by Kevin L. Dobbelaere and Tamara
L. Dobbelaere, his wife, to Advantage
part of them, at public venue, front en-
trance of the Courthouse Building h t h e
15 MINUTES 338.35 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING, BEING A
rescinded by the foreclosing mortgagee.
In that event, your damages, if any, shall
September, 2005 at 1000 o’clock a.m.
Local Time, said mortgage will be fore-
closed by a sale at.public auction, to the
KnigIi t Insuranceggency
Village of Caro, Michigan, Tuscola PARCELOFTHE SOUTHWQST 1/40F be limited solely to the return of the bid Next to Cass ’Theatre
Investors Mortgage Corporation, a Texas highest bidder, front entrance of the
County at 10:00 o’clock a.m., on, Octo- THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 7, amount tendered at sale, plus interest.
Corporation, Mortgagee, dated April 10, Courthouse in Village of Caro, Tuscola Gass City, Michigan
ber 6, 2005. TOWN I1 NORTH, RANGE 8 EAST.
2002 and recorded April 16,2002in Liber
874, Page 505, Tuscola County Records.
SUBJECT TO THE RIGHT OF WAY MORTGAGE SALE - Default has been County, MI (that being the building where
Phone (989)4372-5114 gr 1-800-835-9870 c
FOR M-38 OVER THE NORTHERLY a made in the conditions of a mortgage the Circuit Court for the County of J
Said mortgage is now held by Mortgage Said Premises are situated in Village of Tuscola is held), of the premises de-
Millington, Tuscola County, Michigan, SIDE THEREOF, CITY OF VASSAR, made by Lupe G. Ducolon, as mortgagor,
Electronic Registration Systems, Inc, a scribed in said mortgage, or so much
and are described as: TUSCOLA COUNTY, MICHIGAN. original mortgagor, to The CIT Group/
Delaware Corporation by assignment thereof as may be necessary to pay the
dated July 18,2002 and recorded on Sep- Consumer Finance, Inc., Mortgagee,
The redemption period shall be 6 months dated September 26, 2000 and recorded amount due, as aforesaid on said mort-
tember 11,2002 in Liber 893, Page 422, Commencing 2 Rods North, 76 Rods gage, with interest thereon at 8.00% per
West of the South 114 post of Section 9, from the date of such sale, unless deter- on April 17, 2003 in Liber 926 on Page
Tus-ola County Records. There is annum and all legal costs, charges, and
Town 10 North, Range 8 East; thence mined abandoned in accordance with 11 19, and assigned by said Mortgagee to
claimed to be due on such mortgage the expenses, including the attorney fees al-
North 8 Rods; thence West 4 Rods; thence MCLA 600.3241a, in which case the re- HSBC Bank USA, as Trustee in trust for
sum of Ninety-OneThousand Eight Hun- lowed by law, and also any sum or sums
demption period shall be 30 days from Citigroup Mortgage Loan Trust, Inc.,
dred Seventeen and 33/100 Dollars South 8 Rods; thence East 4 Rods to the which may be paid by the undersigned,
the date of such sale. Asset Backed Pass Through Certificates
September 24 - I 1 a.m.
($91,817.33),including interest at the rate place of beginning. necessary to protect its interest in the pre-
of 6.25% per annum. Series 2003-HE-4 as assignee by an as-
Dated: August 24, 2005 signment, in Tuscola County Records, mises.
TAX ID NO. 79-041-009-001-0100-00.
Under the power of sale contained in the Michigan, on which mortgage there is
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE claimed to be due at the date hereof the Which said premises are described as fol-
mortgage and the statutes of the State of The Redemption period shall be 6 months lows: All that certain piece or parcel of
from the date of such sale unless deter- CALL: sum of Fifty-Eight Thousand One Hun-
Michigan, notice is hereby given that the
mined abandoned in accordance with FC X (248) 593- I302 dred Ninety-Seven and 06/100 Dollars
mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of
1948CL600.3241a, in which case the re- Trott &,Trott, P.C. ($58,197.06), including interest at
the mortgaged premises, or some part of
demption period shall be 30 days from Attorneys for Countrywide Home Loans, 12.49% per annum.
them, at public venue at the front entraxice
the date of such sale. Inc.
of the Courthouse in the Village of Caro,
30400 Telegraph Rd., Ste. 200 Under the power of sale contained in said
Tuscola County, MI in Tuscola County,
Dated: August 19, 2005 Bingham Farms, Michigan 48025-5822 mortgage and the statute in such case
Michigan at LO:00 a.m. on October 6,
,File #063886F01 made and provided, notice is hereby given
Mortgage Electronic Registration Sys- 8-24-4 that said mortgage will be foreclosed by
The premises are located in the Township tems, Inc., “MERS”, solely as nomihe a sale of the mortgaged premises, or some
of Koylton, Tuscola County, Michigan, for Lender and Lender’s successors and part of them, at public venue, at the Front
and are described as: assigns GMAC Mortgage Corporation entrance to the Courthouse in the Village
Mortgagee of Caro, Tuscola County at 10:00 AM,
Part of the Southeast 114 of Section 25, on October 13,2005. Located at 4924 Bay City-ForestvilleRoad in Gagetown, Michigan, TuscolaCounty
PETER M. SCHNEIDERMAN & AS- THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COLLECTOR
Town 11 North, Range 11 East, described
SOCIATES, P.C. ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. Said premises are situated in Township Pleasant 2 story brick 3 or 4 bedroom home on large lot. 2 baths,
as follows: Commencing at the Southeast
corner of Section 25; thence North 89 De- 23100 Providence Drive, Suite 450 ANY INFORMATION WE OBTAIN of Denmark, Tuscola County, Michigan, large living room, kitchen with nice cupboards, many closets.
WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE.
grees 59 Minutes 53 Seconds West, Southfield, Michigan 48075
PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT
Basement with good forced-air oil furnace.
350.00 feet along the South line of said 8-3 1-4
Section 25 to the Point of Beginning; THE NUMBER BELOW IF YOU ARE
Find the Service or Product 24’x32’ garage - like new
IN ACTIVE MILITtRY DUTY.
thence North 89 Degrees 59 Minutes 53 This home is being sold furnished with appliances and furniture.
Seconds West 443.0 feet along the South
ATTN PURCHASERS: This sale may be
You Need in This....
line of said Section 25; thence North 0
Degrees 00 Minutes 07 Seconds East, rescinded by the foreclosing mortgagee.
450.0 feet; thence South 89 Dqgrees 59
Minutes 53 Seconds East, 447.01 feet;
thence South 0 Degrees 30 Minutes 44
THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COLLECTOR
ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT.
ANY INFORMATION WE OBTAIN
In that event, your damages, if any, shall
be limited solely to the return of the bid
amount tendered at sale, plus interest.
Action Guide TERMS OF SALE; $5,000.00 deposit day of sale. Balance to be paid in full within 40 days.
For more details and viewing ofproperty call:
Seconds West, 450.02 feet to the Point of WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE.
HILLAKER AUCTION SERVICE
The redemption period shall be 12 months
from the date of such sale, unless. the
PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT
THE NUMBER BELOW IF YOU ARE
IN ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY.
MORTGAGE SALE - Default has been
made in the conditions of a mortgage
made by Victor A. Hitsman and Nadine
L. Hitsman, husband and wife, original
property is determined abandoned in ac- ATTN PURCHASERS: This sale may be mortgagors, to Centex Home Equity Cor- OWNER: VIOLA ROCHELEAU
cordance with MCLA §600.3241a, in
which case the redemption period shall
be 30 days from the date of the sale.
rescinded by the foreclosing mortgagee.
In that event, your damages, if any, shall
be limited solely to the return of the bid
amount tendered at sale, plus interest.
poration, Mortgagee, dated December 30,
1999 and recorded on January 5,2000 in
Liber 791 on Page 1497 in Tuscola
County Records, Michigan, on which
TO ALL PURCHASERS: The foreclos-
ing mortgagee can rescind the sale in the
event a 3rd party buys the property and
MORTGAGE SALE - Default has been
made in the conditions of a mortgage
mortgage there is claimed to be due at
the date hereof the sum of Forty-Two
Thousand Thirty-Nine and 46/100 Dol-
lars ($42,039.46), including interest at
APPLIANCE SERVICE WINDOW CLEANING YANKEE CANDLE ‘
I ISUPREME CLEANING I
there is a simultaneous resolution with the made by Nicholas D. O’Kelly, a single
borrower. In that event, your damages, if man, and Jennie Keith, a single woman, 1 1.99% per annum.
any, are limited solely to the return of the original mortgagors, to Mortgage Elec- JOHNSON
bid amount tendered at sale. tronic Registration Systems, Inc., Mort- Under the power of sale contained in said
gagee, dated April 11,2002 and recorded mortgage and the statute in such case
Dated: September 7, 2005 on April 18, 2002 in Liber 874 on Page made and provided, notice is hereby given
that said mortgage will be foreclosed by
ORLANS ASSOCIATES PC
Attorneys for Mortgage Electronic Reg-
927 in Tuscola County Records, Michi-
gan, on which mortgage there is claimed
to be due at the date hereof the sum of
a sale of the mortgaged premises, or some
part of them, at public venue, at the Front
entrance to the Courthouse in the Village
SE RVICE FARMHOUSE APPLE
istration Systems, Inc, a Delaware Cor- Fifty-Eight Thousand Four Hundred Cass Ci :y, Michigan
poration, As Assignee Eighty-Four and 51/100 Dollars of Caro, Tuscola County at 10:00 AM, Driveways Fences Decks
i’ 1 our September
P.O. Box 5041
Troy. MI 48007-5041
($58,484.51), including interest at
7.375% per annum.
on October 13, 2005.
Said premises are situated in Township
Over 20 Years Experience
Washers, Dryers, Stoves, I II RESIDENTIALor
File No. 285.0098 of Arbela, Tuscola County, Michigan, and Dishwashers. Microwaves, I Fully lnsured and Bonded I
Under the power of sale contained in said
9-7-5 mortgage and the statute in such case are described as: Refrigerators, All Brands Locally owned & operated
made and provided, notice is hereby given Call Jack Groombridge
that said mortgage will be foreclosed by
a sale of the mortgaged premises, or some
Town 10 North, Range 7 East, Section
30, described as: Commencing at the
(989) 872-1I 0 1 872-1 533
o the Month
THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COLLECTOR part of them, at public venue, at the Front Southeast corner of the South half of the
ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. entrance to the Courthouse in the Village North half of the Northeast Quarter, West
40 rods; North 20 rods; East 40 rods;
LANDSCAPING 1 Call the
AN Y IN F 0R M AT I ON 0BTA IN ED of Caro, Tuscola County at 10:00 AM,
WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. on September 22,2005. South 20 rods to the point of beginning.
PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT
THE NUMBER BELOW IF YOU ARE
IN ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY.
Said premises are situated in Township
of Arbela, Tuscola County, Michigan, and
The redemption period shall be 12months
from the date of such sale.
MORTGAGE SALE - Default has been
made in the conditions of a mortgage
are described as:
A parcel of land described as beginning
Dated: September 14, 2005 Chronicle Come visit us for the only candles that are
made by Kristine Middleton Lawrence,
fMa Kristine A. Lawrence, to JP Mor-
gan Chase Bank N.A. successor by
at a point, which is North 89 Degrees 16
Minutes East 801.9 feet from the South-
west corner of Section 3 1, Town 10North,
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE
FC F (248) 593-1313
at Famous for Fragrance.m
merger with Bank One N.A., Mortgagee,
dated May 7,2004 and recorded June 7,
Range 7 East; thence North 0 Degrees 10
Minutes 30 Seconds West 250.00 feet;
Trott & Trott. P.C.
Attorneys for Centex Home Equity Com-
pany, LLC successor by merger to Centex
2004 in Liber 995, Page 593, Tuscola thence North 89 Degrees 16 Minutes East
County Records. There is claimed to be
due on such mortgage the sum of Twenty-
100.00 feet; thence South 0 Degrees 10
Minutes 30 Seconds East 250.00 feet;
Credit Corporation fWa Centex Home
30400 Telegraph Rd., Ste. 200
Specializing In Professional Landscape
and WaterGardenDesign8 Installation
thence South 89 Degrees 15 Minutes West
Six Thousand Three Hundred Fifty-Four
and 361100 Dollars ($26,354.36).includ-
ing interest at the rate of 6.91% per an-
100.00 feet to the point of beginning. Bingham Farms, Michigan 48025-5822
4 Miles South of Car0 on M-24
num. The redemption period shall be 6 months 9- 14-4
PAGE TEN CASS CITY CHRONICLE - WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14,2005 CASS CITY, MICHIGAN
Management of: RA.R.E. Auto Repair, LLC
Attention: Let's get the facts straight! As most of Multitude of CALL 87212010 TO PLACE AN ACTION A D
you are aware, R.A.R.E. Auto Repair was broken
into. The thieves have not been caught as of yet. It
beekeepers Transit (nonbusiness) rates, (General Merchandisa
10 words or less, $3.75 each
Real Estate For Re Real Estate For Re Notices
insertion; additional words 10 ANTIQUES FOR SALE - FOR RENT - K of C Hall, FOR RENT - In Cass City,
was bad enough that this up and coming repair shop in country cents each. Three weeks for Eastlake settee, Eastlake 6 106 Beechwood Drive. 2 or 3 bedroom home. $5001 10+10+10+10
was burglarized, then their reputation w s being tar-
a the price of 2-cash rate. Save platform rocker. 872-8 109. Parties, dinners, meeting. month plus utilities, no pets, That's the age of Ken!
money by enclosing cash with 2-9-7-2 Call Rick Kerkau, 872-4877. references. Call Lola at 989-
nished by rumor and innuendo. Let's get the facts The U.S. Department of mail orders. Rates for display 4-2-3-tf 872-4377. Happy 40fh
straight! Rumor: The owners were involved in the Agriculture has estimated want ads on application. QUALITY READY-TO- 4-9-14-tf
that there are between USE frames in standard sizes
break-in. Fact: Polygraph tests proved conclu- 139,600 and 21 2,000 bee- WE ARE NOW TAKING
Automotive by Ken's Custom Framing applications for 2 & 3 be&
sively they were NOT involved! Rumor: R.A.R.E. keepers in the United States. now available at Book Mart. FOR RENT - Ubly 2-bed-
The vast majority (95 per- room apartments at room country home. $400
raised their prices due to the burglary. Fact: FOR SALE - '96 GMC Si- 2-9-7-3 Northwood Heights Apart-
cent) are hobbyists with less per month plus utilities. No
R.A.R.E. will still beat other written estimates by at than 25 hives, and about 4 erra, 2 wheel drive, 350, full ments in Cass City. Rent is pets, security deposit and ref-
least 10%. A fine example of this is this week's percent are part-timers who power. Asking $5,500 FOR SALE - aluminum top- based on income. For rental erences. Call 989-658-2529
O.B.O. 989-872-2596. per for full size short box information, call 989-872-
special: keep from 25 to 299 hives. or 670-84 18. 4-9- 14-3
The remaining 1 percent are 1-8-31-4 truck. Came off of 90s F- 150. 2369 or Crest Property Man-
Red. Good shape. $80. Call agement at 989-652-928 1.
FRONT END ALIGNMENTS $2995 commercial beekeepers -
Jeff at 872-831 1. 2-8-10-tf Some units barrier free. TT'Y RENT TO OWN a 3-bed-
LOST - GERMAN SHORT
R.A.R.E. Auto Repair, LLC
those with 300 or more colo-
nies. The number of U.S. bee
colonies producing honey in
2004 was 2.56 million (based
< Household Sales)
for hearing or speech im-
Equal Housing Opportunity.
room house in Cass City. All
remodeled. Ask for Russ,
872-2696. 4-9- 14-3
hair dog between Cass City
and Deford. Reward for safe
return. Any information, call
LARGE GARAGE SALE - 4-8-4-tf 989-872-5 159. 5-9- 14-1
989-872-1800 on beekeepers who manage
five or more colonies). Ext. Cab Ford Ranger pickup, twin
girl clothing, tools, men's- NO SMOKING BINGO -
RENT TO OWN a house in 1-BEDROOM APART-
GMC Pickup women's-children clothing.
Lots of miscellaneous. Fri-
Cass City. All remodeled. MENT close to downtown, Every Sunday at new Knight of
Ask for Russ, 872-2696. grocery store and doctors Columbus Hall, 6106
$11,900 O B 0 day & Saturday, 9-6 p.m.; 4- 8-24-3 offices. Rent includes water Beechwood Dr., Cass City.
Sunday, 9-2 p.m. Sunday Doors open 5:OO p.m., games
989-550-1293 1/2 price. 4 miles west of DOWNSTAIRS 2 -BED -
and trash pickup. Security
deposit and first month's rent start at 5:30. Phone 872-
1-9-14-3 Gagetown, 1/2 mile south: ROOM apartment. No pets! 8892. Knights of Columbus
required. $375/month. Call
6176 Jacob Rd. Everything Must have references. $350 after 6 p.m., 989-872-4654. Council No. 8892.
must go!!! 14-9-14-1 plus security. 989-872-5062. 4-9- 14-tf 5-9-3&ti'
CGeneral Merchandisa A n n i m
GARAGE SALE - 14 fami- Services
FOR SALE - 1979 Corsair lies! Friday and Saturday, 9- AVAILABLE IMMEDI- FORRENT-Cass City Mini
trailer, 21 foot, sleeps 6. Up- 4 p.m. Baby-XL clothing, ATELY - 1 & 2 bedroom Storage. Call872-3917.
dated lately. Call after 4 p.m., SALT FREE iron condition-
pictures, knickknacks, and apartments. Rent includes 4-3-13-tf ers and water softeners,
872-3753. 2-8-3 1-3 much more. Parrish, 4381 water, sewer and garbage. 989- 24,000 grain, $750. In-home
Brooker St . 14-9-14-1 872-4532. 4-9- 1-tf service on all brands. Credit
HERSHBERGER LOG Notices
FURNITURE- store open 8- cards accepted. Call Paul's
GARAGE SALE - 4299 Pump Repair, 673-4850 or
5 p.m., Monday-Saturday. 1 Woodland Avenue, Cass LAND for rent - CRAFT SHOW - October 7-
3/4 east from M-53 on 71 acres, Deford; 79 acres, 800-745485 1 for free analy-
City. Lawn furniture, dis- 8, 2005. Wanted: Merchants
Gagetown; lo' acres, Gag- sis. 8-9-25-tf
Shabbona Rd. 2-8-3 1-9
REMINGTON 1187 SPE-
counted cosmetics, tools,
toys, clothes, miscellaneous
items. Wednesday, 14th;
Co. Realty, 872-2248. , A cI
' offering handmade art and
craft items. Contact Country
Settings Gifts, 1965 Mertz
KIRBY VACUUMS autho-
4 - Y - 1-3
CIAL purpose 12-gauge Thursday, 15th;Friday, 16th. Road (M-24) in Caro, 989- rized factory service center -
semi auto shotgun - wood 9-6 p.m. 14-9-14-1 672-4837. 5-9-7-2 doing business since 1977.
DANNY MITTLESTAT (center) displays the Michigan stock, matte finish, Bushnell APARTMENTS: 1 & 2-bed- We carry genuine &rby fac-
Youth Hunter Education Challenge scholarqhip presented 1.5X - 4 . 5 ~ 3 2scope. 21" GARAGE SALE - Wednes- room, spacious. Cass City tory parts. If repair and ser-
by Lewis Kramer (left), MYHEC President and John Cork, cantilever riffled slug barrel,
28" vent rib bird barrel, 3
day, Sept. 14, 3-8 p.m.;
Thursday, 15th, 3-8 p.m.;
location. 8 10-964-2666.
BENEFIT vice are important to you,
have your Kirby checked
MYHEC event director. choke tubes w/wrench, plug, Friday, 16th, 8-noon. 4 miles
south of Cass City, 3 miles
Sept. 24,2005 over at a reasonable price.
and cam0 gun sling. $700. Even if your Kirby is 30
east on Severance, 1/2 south DUPLEX FOR RENT i n 4:30-8:OO p.m. years old, we can still repair
Call 989-872-327 1. Cass City - 2-bedroom. Call
on Lamton. 2003 Ski-Doo FRED F R A N C I S
Mittlestat awarded scholarship 2-9- 14-1
Rev 600 H.O., youth bow,
Honda 70 dirt bike, house-
it to run for many more
years! Call 989-269-7562,
989-479-6543, or 989-55 1-
FOR SALE - '91 Yamaha hold items, clothes (all sizes),
Cass City graduate Danny of a written knowledge test, ship, Mittlestat had to apply, lo0 RT, runs excellent, $800; VFW W L L available for Methodist Church 5762. 8- 1-26-52
an animal identification test, participate in the state event much more. 14-9-14-1 rental occasions. Call 872-
Mittlestat recently partici- '94 Olds 98, runs excellent, 1 114 mi. north of stoplight
pated in this year's Michigana hunter safety trail, a sport- and submit a written essay on sub frame rusted, $350.872- 4-FAMILY GARAGE SALE
4933. 4-4- 1-tf 41 years old John Geissinger
Youth Hunter Education ing clay course, a 3-D ar- how outdoor events have in- 2324. 2-9- 14-2 Class of '82 Cass City grad
Challenge (MYHEC),for the chery course, a muzzle load- fluenced his life. - Sept. 15-17, Thursday, 6
FOR RENT - Farmhouse, Veteran
ing and light rifle course. p.m.-8 p.m.; Friday, 9-6
third straight year, in Lan-
Mittlestat was one of 2 par- Mittlestat is studying Fish
COUCH & ROCKING p.m.; Saturday, 9-1 p.m. barn & 4 acres with options. SPAGHETTI SUPPER Health Services
sing. loveseat, 1'0months old. Call 4661 Oak Street. Kitchen Cass CityNbly. $1250.989- SILENT AUCTION
ticipants awarded a $1,000 and Wildlife management at after 3 p.m., 872-2423. table wkhairs, kitchen items, 658-2558. 4-8-3 1-3 Adults $7.00 , .
The 2-day event, held Au- MYHEC college scholar- Lake Superior State Univer- 2-9- 14-2
gusts27th and 2 8 m i 8 - *~ ship. . o r e c s i v e ~ & ~ ~ w W rsity.
I T - tools, tent, clothes, toys, ' Wk*$&3>N- * -~&s+. Xmm?q&&.J%ursday.s
books, Play Station w/ Notices 5-9-7-2 9 a.m. to 6p.m.
CAMPER FOR SALE - games, crafts, lots of every-
Hunter's safety class offered . 2000 Towlite HiLo 7'x14',
like new. $7,500. 989-872-
thing. 14-9- 14- 1 67314464
Call for an appointment
A hunter's safety class will Rd., Deckerville. attend. 1141. 2-8-3 1-3 HUGE SALE - Heavy duty
be held Tuesday, Wednesday Youth must attend all 3 ses- Pre-registrations will be ac- 15" plainer, 6" joiner plainer,
and Thursday, Sept. 20-22, sions to become certified. cepted at the Sanilac County SMITHY METAL LATHE - antiques, tools, crafts and ELECTRIC MOTOR and
from 5 to 9:30 p.m. at the Participants must be at least MSU Extension Office, 37 $950. 989-872- 1141. supplies, welding equip- power tool repair, 8 a.m. to 5
Christian Bowhunters Asso- 12 years of age during the Austin St., Sandusky, 2-8-3 1-3 ment, toys, much, much p.m. weekdays, 8 a.m. to
ciation, 935 W. Downington 2005-2006 hunting season to through Sept. 16. more. 4165 Koepfgen Rd. noon Saturday. John Blair,
(south). Sept. 14-16. 1/8 mile west of M-53 on
EHRLICH'S FLAGS 14-9-14-1 Sebewaing Road. Phone
AMERICAN MADE 269-7909. 8- 12- 13-tf
US -STATE - WORLD YARD SALE - Friday, 8:30-
MILITARY - POW 5 p.m. Kids-adult clothing.
Aluminum Poles 6362 Sixth St. 14-9-14-1 John's Small
Cornmercial/Residential ESTATE SALE - 175 Engine Repair
Sectional or One Piece Millwood Ave., Caro. Sept. 400,OOO new truck drier jobs nationally 6426 E. Cass City Rd.
offering $3O,OOO to $55,OOO annually.
Severe U.S. shortage for trained
Bill Ehrlich, Sr. 665-2568 household items, dishes, cro- certifieddrivers.
Bill Ehrlich, Jr. 665-2503 cheted dollies, furniture, Unique Baker training meets Federal Highway
2-4- 1 6-tl tools, garage items. Administration guidelines.
14-9-14-1 Personalized, professionaltraining; small Lawnmowers, Riders,
Two career paths: Truck Driving Certificate or Trimmers, Rototillers,
[ Real Estate For Sale 1
Associate Degree/TransportationManagement. Chainsaws &
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Requirements for the Commercial Drivers AI1 Makes & Models
License Class A can be met within the first 21 Years of Experience
3.5 ACRES WOODED - 2 20 weeks of the program.
5.136 ACRE PARCELS - miles south of M-81, 1/2 Training program certified by Professional All Work Guaranteed
Mostly wooded. Excellent mile west of M-53. Excellent
Truck Driver Institute. Hours:
building sites. Private road hunting, good investment, (989) 755-2756 Monday-Friday 8-5 p.m.
off paved road. 4 miles south good location. $45,000, In partnership with Saturday 9-4 p.m.
of Cass City. $45,000- $2,000 down, $450/month. Causley Truck Driving Institute, LLC
1621 Terminal Drive, Saginaw, MI 48601
$50,000. 989-872-5486. Land contract. Make offer, Call for information. Classes start soon. Pickup & Delivery
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9304. 3-9- 14-3 8-3-244
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CAROL - Monday through
Friday at your convenience,
$ $ Saturday, 7-1 p.m. 989-872-
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Simpson’s Tree & HUMAN RESOURCE CO-
Robert Bliss Dave Nye Smith Brush Removal
Interior bi. Exterior
ORDINATOR - The appli-
cant must have knowledge of
Builder Builder Refrigeration Cass Ci& Michigan
personal recruitment, com-
Commercial * New Construction and Residential & puters, time management
Custom Homes * Additions Commercial skills, 1-year previous work
Also specializing in:
* Pole Buildings
Appliance Repair Fence Row Clearing Lot Clearing
Wood Splitting Available
Kraft related experience or an as-
sociates degree. Position lo-
Yard Light Replacements Odd Jobs
Ceramic Tile * Roofing All makes and models
Cass City, Mich. cated in Caro. We invite you
*Hardwood Flooring * Siding (989) 872-3601 to enjoy our highly energetic
Licensed & Insured * State Licensed * Now accepting team of individuals who take
Call (989) 872-4670 Call 872-3092 pride in our-efficiency and
Visa & Mastercard
872-35798-5-3 1-t; 8-- 10-8-tf
R ; S i m p i o n , owner/operator
quality service. Send resume
8-3-15-tf Insured 8-3-9-ti
-- - and cover letter to Seasons
- Change Home Healthcare, c/
STEVE Thomas Roofing
Tree Service. LLC
o Human Resource Coordi-
nator Position, 15 S. Main,
Pigeon, MI 48755.
AllMakes& WRIGHT ROOFING CONTRACTOR
Tree Trimming or Removals 11-9-14-1
?our Bedroom Ranch on 2.39 Acres - Cass City Schools,
lrymnnlrsl Models Serving the area Stump Grinding
Authorized Dealer of
Honda Power Equipment,
Carpet & Upholstery PAINTING for 34 years
Brush Mowing / Chipping
Lot Clearing Tree Moving
vooded setting,’stocked pond. Property also has a 3 bedroom
nobile home that is currently rented. Cy2472
Small Engine & RV Batteries Cleaning 30 yrs. experience LICENSED - INSURED Fully Insured Home Park and The Point are
“We Ship Anywhere” Don Dohn Insured BONDED Equipped Bucket Trucks accepting bids for snow
4235 Lamton Rd. . Cass City FREE ESTIMATES Call (989) 673-5313 plowing, Send to Kelly &
Deford, MI 48729
(989) 872-8257 Phone 872-3471 Interiorpterior (989) 872-2970 or (800) 322-5684 Co. Realty, 6451 Main St.,
Call: 989-872-4654 for a FREE ESTIMA TE :ass City, MI 48726.
8-4-6-tf 8-319-tf Cass city R-?-’)S-tf
. I .
DAVID ZARTMAN (989) 872-2485
LICENSED & INSURED BUILDER
Block Basements Crawl Spaces All Types of Cement Work
I LEE MORGAN
PAINTING I Robert Abfalter
GISTE END NURSE
A&D Health Care Profession-
als is seeking an energetic RN
with Medicare certified home
,592 Third St. - $79,900. Lots of room in this 2-story on
louble comer lot. TCC 1461
All Types of Home Repairs
Carpenter Work Brick Cultured Stone 8-9-1-H
Cass City Appliance Repair care experience for agency serv-
Service You Can Count On ing Huron, Tuscola and Sanilac
Interiors, Exteriors, counties. Full-time and part-
Texturing, Wood Graining, time positionsTavailable.
Power Washing 4141 Doerr Rd. ALL MAJOR A&D is a great company with
Cass City, MI 48726 BRANDS terrific employment opportu-
Insured 989-872-6602 REPAI RED To apply, please forward a
(989) 872-3840 989-551-2023 cover letter and resume to:
A&D Health Care
Professionals i790 Main St. - New on the Market. Updated in and out.
PAUL’S PUMP REPAIR - H e h Wanted 3 P.O. Box 80 dove in condition. 3 bedrooms. Fenced backyard. $89,900.
Water pump and water tank Pigeon, MI 48755
sales. In-home service. WANTED - EXPERI- Attn: Terry
Credit cards accepted. Call ENCED front line cook and Fax: (989) 453-2824 or
673-4850 or 800-745-485 1 daytime waitress. Apply at Call 1-800-884-3341
anytime. 8-9-25-tf Charmont, 872-432 1.
Ken Martin deBeaubien Lawn
Thumb area manufacturing company has an opening
Electric, Inc. Residential
Homes - Farms Commercial Janitor 13 Acres of Land with this Large Pole Barn - Land has state
Commercial Mowing -Trimming We offer a part-time position for an individual and behind it. Large addition off the side of pole barn. Call
Industrial Lawn RollinglThatching with the following qualifications: odav. A556
STATE LICENSED Core aeration - Edging Self motivated
Rotary bropm parking lots Good work ethic
Phone 872-4114 Insured Positive attitude
4 180 Hurds Comer Rd. 989-670-6700 Excellent attendance
8-5- 1 1-tf
For consideration please send resume to,
or apply in person at:
Anrod Screen Cylinder Co.
6160 Garfield St. Price Reduced - Ranch home on 18 acres with hardwoods.
Large pole barn with guest home built in. Garage with large
P.O. Box 117 storage area, stocked pond. Much more to this one. F745
Cass City, MI 48726 1 1-9-14-1
Help Wanted ’> I
Card of Thanks
HIRING LABORERS -
Must have drivers license.
Call 989-872-2970 Monday- THANK YOU FOR MAK-
Friday, 8:30-4:30 p.m. - Tho- ING Sept. 9 Fetal Alcohol
mas Roofing. E.O.E. Syndrome Awareness Day a
11-9-7-2 success (100% preventable):
Dr. Anita Vanderstelt, Sub-
SHIFT WORKERS at stance Abuse Prevention
women’s shelter in Car0 - Coodinator Nancy Laethem, Price Reduced - 10 wooded acres with White Creek at the
Part-time. Coverage at the Karen Powell, Pastor Coo- 3ack of property. Small stream running thru the property.
women’s shelter in Caro. per, Pastor Mercer, Ken 3 e a t hunting. A554. $62,900
Entry level position. Knowl- Steely, Cass City Chronicle,
edge of domestic/sexual vio- Rotary Club, Dan’s Power
lence issues and good com- and Stove, All Season Sales
munication skills. Must suc- and Rent-all, Village of Cass
cessfully pass criminal and City, Car0 Wal-Mart, Defofd
background checks. Send Community Church, Dairy
letter of application and re- Farmers of America, Rawson
sume to the Director’sAssis- Library, the local churches
tant, Human Development that rang their church bells
Commission, 429 Montague at 9:09 a.m., and all those
Avenue, Caro, MI 487’23. who attended. Fetal Alcohol
Syndrome: Don’t drink alco- Neat & Clean 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home set up on a hill for
Application deadline: Sep- a great view. Cul-de-sac street. Family room, terrace deck,
tember 20, 2005. An Equal hol while you are pregnant.
Cass River WCTU above-ground pool. Nice. TCC1452
Real Estate For Sale 1
Nearly New 4 Bedroom Home on 3 Acres - Finished walk-
out basement with fireplace. Beautiful woodwork throughout.
Laree stocked Dond. Cv24 17. $198,000
6586 Deckerville Rd., Decker - 3 bedroom, 2 Set on a Cul-de-sac. Cape Cod home with 3 bedrooms, 2
bath,15 acre mini farm with outbuildings. $189,900 baths, main floor family room, full basement. Garage plus a
storage shed, deck and patio. Take a look. $139,900. TCG1457
[NEW! Look no more! This home has II I
bedroom, L bath home wltn l,/uu Sq. f~ The Polnt & Huntsville
Surround yourself with new features like
kitchen, 1 1/2 baths and living room. 3 Newer carpet thoughout, central air, Par-
* * Moblle Home Park
bedrooms class and comfort are in this one. tially finished basement and close to schools I
and village park. This is a wonderful fam-
! I Cass City’s Finest Sectional & Single Wide
Manufactured Housing Community
Seniors and Family living sights available at
ily home. Call today on CCT-223 lake edge or by the woods.
We provide home buying services for in-park sales
t and sell your home 3491 Van Dyke Rd., Decker - 4 bedroom, 1 1/2 Office 989-872-2243
Bonnie Haley Evenings 989-872-8500
bath, 1 acre comer lot. $50,000 as is. I
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Fall Family Days fun
MEMBERS OF THE Cass City High School Class of 1955 recently gathered for their 50th reunion at the Knights of
Columbus Hall in Cass City. Pictured above are (front row, from left) Ed Fox, Steve Kamrad, Gordon Ware, (second
row, left) Phyllis (Dunlap) Czapla, Janice (Tbrner) Pearl, Janice (Dunlap) Smith, Margarita (Lopez) Roberts, Janice
(Laming) Chippi, Miriam Jean (Crane) Arnstett, Joyce (Donnelly)Vargo, Norma (Harris) Freville, Betsy (Wallace)
Mayfield, Barb (Nadiger) Kropp, Amelia (Hall) Temple, Theresa (Werdeman) Grylicki, Sharon (Seeger) Fox, Judy
(McCormick) Delapa, Karen (Gracey) Breeding, Geri (Warner)Perry, Janet (Spencer)Pierangelino, (third row, left)
Lila (Neiman) Arroyo, Sally (McGrath) Siegil, Shirley (Wright) Wisenbach, Margaret (Cathcart) Beck, Marge
(Langmaid) Johnson, Rose (Laszlo) Hancock, Jacqueline (Hyatt) MacAlpine, June (Schneeberger) Cannon, Jeanne
(O’Rourke) Soubliere, Ann (Meredith) Powell, Esther (Starr) Jones, Jerold Little, Jim Perry, (back row, left) Lyle
Richardson, Keith Mitchell, Alan Field, Allen Merchant, Maw Winter, Art Fisher, Bill ’hckey, Bill Ewald, Dan Toner,
Dick Joos, Clare Comment, Roger Marshall, Don Simmons, Bill Wurtz, Bob Zinnecker, Bob McLachlan, Chuck Erla
and Dick Donahue.
PAT CURTIS CHEVROLET-OLDSMOBlLE=CADlllAC THERE WERE plenty of fun activities for kids during Fall Family Days, includ-
ing this tub of corn. Pictured above are Ashlee Roussey, 10, of Ortonville; Emma,
5, Mary, 4, and Sally Broowski, 2, all of Holly; and Kade Bitzer, 4, and Macey
OPEN ’TIL 8 P.M. MON. & THURS.; T, W, F 8-6;
Sat. 9-3; SERVICE HOURS: M-F 8-5; Sat. 9-3
White, 2, both of Cass City.
said, adding the volunteers
bring varied skills and talents
that make it possible to over-
come just about any unfore-
seen problem, mechanical or
otherwise. “It’s just amaz-
ing, the cross section of
people we have here, and
they just jump right in.”
GM Employees andtheir family members can use this great Hirn guessed that this year’s
gate receipts would equal last
bonus to buy or lease!! Check out these $0 Down Specials year’s totals, generating a net
profit of $45,000 to $48,000.
$0 2006 CHEVROLET TRAILBLAZER 4WD “I think we’re going to be
Power Seat, SunrooJ; XM Radio,Bose Sound System, H.D. Trailering Pkg. plus much more! right up to where we were
ID last year,” he said.
$0 down, 12,000 miles per year, 20# per mile over. Payments are plus tax.
1st months Daynietrt, tax, title Afid lice!n$C fees are dk? At signihg. Security deposit may be required.
2005 CHEVROLET SILVERADO G m $28,542.85
Chev. Rebate -$3,000.oO t -
EXT. CAB 4x4 Pat Curtis Bonus -~l,OOO.OO a huge difference, according
to Rizzi. “We have brighter
LS, 5300 V-8, H. D. Traileringplus much more!
5247542 8 e lighting, the environmental
+ tax, title and license fees controls have come a long
ways,” he said. “Now we’ve
GMS For Everyone has been extended until the end of the month! got all new systems.”
Switching to a “primary
This pmgram is good on most 2005 models and select 2006s. power system” is really pay-
ing off, added Rizzi, who es-
timated the electricity cast
for the medical care facility
has been reduced by two-
thirds, saving taxpayers
thousands of dollars. “We
Task force arrests 3 in sting
run much more efficiently, A 3-month investigation misdemeanor drug charge. Marlette’s southern city lim-
and it all adds up to savings.” into the source of processed “In June of this year, drug its.
Asked to describe the dif- marijuana being supplied to task force investigators ex- “During the on-scene inves-
ferences made possible by Marlette area street traffick- ecuted a search warrant in tigation investigators located
the millage, Rizzi and Roedel ers came to a close last week Marlette Township that re- 1 1/2 pounds of processed
. Yeah, It’s gut a Hemi.. agreed the change has been
“From the dark ages to the
with the arrest of 3 Ypsilanti/
Ann Arbor area suspects.
sulted in the seizure of one-
quarter pound of processed
marijuana that had been pre:
packaged into 24 individual,
Sanilac County Drug Task marijuana and an unregis- one-ounce baggies, 8 grams
future,” Rizzi said. Force officials also seized 1 tered handgun,” said drug of powder cocaine, an
Roedel nodded. “It really 1/2 pounds of processed task force Director William amount of crack cocaine,
is. It’s going from the dark mar ij uana, one- quarter H Gray. additional ‘personal use”
ages to the future,” she ounce of powder cocaine and “During the course of amounts of marijuana, and
added. “Several times I’ve crack cocaine during a traf- that.. .investigation,informa- scales,” Gray said.
had residents say, ‘I think fic stop on M-53 south of tion was discovered that in- All 4 suspects were trans-
we’re living in a mansion Marlet te. dicated that the marijuana ported to the Sanilac County
now’, and for many of them, Two suspects are in custody seized had been brought into Jail, where 3 were charged
I think it is - it’s lighter, and have been arraigned on Sanilac County from the with a variety of drug traf-
brighter. felony drug trafficking Ypsilanti area. In late July, ficking violations. The
“This is a strong, safe build- charges, while the third sus- a second search warrant was fourth suspect was released
ing and it will probably be pect was released on bond exepted in Marlette Town- after questioning, pending
here forever.” pending arraignment on a ship that resulted in the sei- further investigation.
zure of 6 ounces of processed
marijuana being stored at the In Sanilac County District
Dr, Holen expanding location in mid-shipment
between the Ypsilanti source
Court last Wednesday, Jovan
M. Jones, 24, a former Mar-
Mar’letteCommunity Hos- provides the latest in ortho- of supply and its intended lette resident currently living
CERTlFIED PRE-OWNED pital officials recently an- pedic surgery, non-surgical recipient in Sanilac County.” in Ypsilanti, was charged
8 yr., 80,000 mile Powertrain Limited Warranty nounced the addition of a care and rehabilitation in- Gray noted that officers with possession with intent
2003 Dodge Grand Caravan .Clean, Low Miles ......... $13,995* new orthopedic surgeon to cluding joint replacement obtained additional informa- to deliver marijuana and pos-
2002 Dodge Intrepid ........................................................ $9,995* their roster of specialty ser- and minimally invasive tion linking the Ypsilanti session of crack cocaine (less
2001 Chrysler Sebring .Low Miles ................................ $9,995* vices. arthropscopic surgery. source to a former Marlette than 25 grams); and Kaya L.
resident who had recently Lewis, 25, of Ypsilanti was
2003 Jeep Liberty Sport .Very Nice, Low Miles ......... $16,495* Dr. Lawrence Holen, board For more information and
moved to the Ypsilanti area. charged with possession with
2005 Dodge Grand Caravan Quad Buckets, Rear DVD .............SOLD BRYAN ABBE certified in orthopedic sur- to schedule an appointment,
Officers learned last week intent to deliver cocaine (less
2004 Dodge Stratus SXT 30 MPG . ..............................
$12,495* Stop in to see me for your best gery, is expanding his suc- contact Marlette Community
that a delivery of more than than 25 grams) and posses-
2004 Dodge Stratus Power Seat ................................
$11,995* deal on a pre-owned vehicle cessful practice from Caro
and began seeing adult and
Healthcare Services at (989) one pound of marijuana was * sion of marijuana.
pediatric orthopedic patients 635-4344. expected to be made by the
at Marlette Community Hos- suspects in the Marlette area. “A 22-year-old Ann Arbor
pital Sept. 9, in Suite 6 . “The drug task force estab- woman has been charged
Dr. Holen, a graduate of lished a surveillance of the with possession of marijuana
Western Michigan Univer- likely route that the suspects in connection with an addi-
sity and Michigan State Uni- were expected to travel on tional amount of marijuana
versity College of Osteo- M-53 from 1-69 to the south found in her control during
pathic Medicine, has nearly city limits of Marlette,” Gray the traffic stop,” Gray said.
30 yews of experience in or- said. “At 10 p.m. (Tuesday) “She was released on bond
thopedic surgery. He is a spe- the surveillance units located from the Sanilac County Jail
cialist in the diagnosis and and identified the Ypsilanti pending her arraignment
treatment of orthopedic dis- suspects as they drove north later this month on the mis-
’ FOR RESULTS YOU CAN MASURE, eases and injury, including from Imlay City on M-53.” demeanor charge .”
sports and workplace inju- Drug task force officers, Gray said the total “street
ries, carpal tunnel syndrome, assisted by the Sanilac level” retail value of the
osteoporosis and arthritis. County Sheriff’s Department drugs seized last week was
Along with the MCH ortho- and Marlette police, stopped about $10,000, with the
pedic care team, Dr. Holen Dr. Lawrence Helen 4 suspects on M-53 at marijuana valued at $9,000.