PAGE TEN CASS CITY CHRONICLE-WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26,1986 C A S CITY, MICHIGAN
Notice of Notice of
BOARD OF REVIEW Shabbona Area News Marie Meredith
Phone 672-9489 BOARD OF REVIEW
March 20 with Marguerite
Greenleaf Township The UMW of the Shab- Doug Barnes and Ryan.
bona United Methodist Lunch was served with a
Elizabeth Tobi and Wanda
Winerg. Krause. Evergreen Tow nship
Will Be Held Church served dinner to the birthday cake, Lunch was served by ******
Deford Michigan Milk As- Mr, and Mrs. Andy Mrs. Hunter and Mrs. Kon-
sociation Saturday. Hoagg were Wednesday kel . Will Be Held
The Pioneer Group will
MARCH 10.1 I BUNCO
lunch and afternoon guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Howard
The March 19 lunch com-
mittee is Elizabeth Binder,
Gladys Kritzman and Mary
meet Thursday, Feb. 27, at
the RLDS Church annex. MARCH 1@=11
The Bunco Group met Kolar. Dalton Puterbaugh re-
From 9-12 and 1-4 Saturday evening, Feb. 15, SENIOR CITIZENS turned home Wednesday From 9-4
****** after being a patient in
# with Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Jones. The Argyle Senior Citi- Huron Memorial Hospital,
At Shabbona Hall
At Greenleaf Township Hall High was won by Mrs. zens met Wednesday, Feb. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Leslie
Jones, low by Andy Hoagg 19, a t the St. Joseph Hall in and Ann and granddaugh- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Smith and Mr. ‘and Mrs. TO Review Assessments
and door prize by Mrs. Argyle with 22 members ter, Stephenia Moore, and
Jerry Root. present. Mr. and Mrs. John Gal- Vern Geister of oMarlette
A cooperative lunch was The meeting was called lagher of Saginaw attended spent from Friday after-
Gerald Bock, Supervisor served. The March 1 meet- to order by Gladys the birthday of Mrs. Flor- noon till Monday morning
visiting Mark Geister a t
Audrey Leslie, Supervisor
ing will be with i b k and Kritzman. The Lord’s ence Leslie Hacker Sunday
Mrs. Jerry Root. Prayer was repeated in un- at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
ison. The secretary’s and Larry Behr a t Brown City. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Billot of
****** treasurer’s reports were
given. Lucy Oparka celeb-
Mrs. Randy Smith and rated her birthday in the
Florence celebrated her
80th birthday. Cake and ice
cream were served.
Snover were Wednesday af-
ternoon callers of Mr. and
Mrs. Voyle Dorman. a
Notice of I
BOARD OF REVIEW
family entertained Sunday past month. Those who
in honor of Randy’s birth- were sick were Elsie
day. Guests in the after- Shagena, Elizabeth Binder
The Lefflers and Mrs.
June Cherniawski and fam-
ily were Monday evening
BOARD OF REVIEW.
noon were Ed Barnes, Mr. and Marie Snell. The RLDS Church callers of Mr. and Mrs. For
and Mrs. Don Smith, Julie Bingo was played and Women’s Department met Ryerson Puterbaugh. Cake
For and Donnie, Mr. and Mrs. Eva Laming won first Thursday, Feb. 20, a t the and ice cream were served
Jeff Moore and family, Mr. prize, Mildred Hunter, sec- church annex. in honor of Mrs. Puter- e ,
and Mrs. Harold Barnes ond, Floyd Oparka, third, A potluck dinner was baugh’s birthday.
Grant Township and family, Mrs, Joyce and pennies were won by
Barnes, A1 Creason, Mr and Lucy Oparka, Mary Ann
served a t noon. The day
was spent cutting carpet
The Shabbona United
Methodist Women will Will Be Held
Mrs. Ed Phetteplace and Konkel, Marjorie Wheeler, rags. A short meeting was meet Wednesday evening,
Will Be Held Grzy bowski , conducted by Mrs. Curtis March 5, with Mrs.Robert
family and Mr. and Mrs. Susie
Cleland, women’s leader. Burns. The lesson will be
The next meeting will be by Mrs. Willard Smith.
11 a.m. - 7 p.m.
9 a.m. Noon
1 p.m. 4 p.m. Kingston honor 8-12 a.m. and 1-5 p.m. , ,
At Grant Township Hall roll released At Town Hall
7TH GRADE 9TH GRADE To Review Assessments
Betty Powell, Supervisor
Attention, home sewers!
All A’s - Stephen Scott.
B or better - Heather Ag-
held from 1:OO-3:00 p.m., nello, Sally Albin, Jeremy
All A’s - Anna Peter.
B or better - Tawnia
Bruce, Robert Fetting,
* Jack Kappen, Supervisor ,: I
Edwards, Deanna Jacob,
March 19 and 20, the Tus- and repeated from 7:Oo- Tina Pohlod, Daniel Chris Lis, Kim Weinand,
9:OO p.m., in Sandusky at
cola and Sanilac County Crista Farnum, J a m e s
Cooperative Extension Ser- the County Conference Wenzlaff. Fourman, Shawn Rober-
vices will host two special Room, 37 Austin Street, 8TH GRADE son, Dennis Zyrowski.
BOARD OF REVIEW sewing-related programs March, 19.
entitled: “Hints for the So- In the “Pattern Fitting All A’s -Alice Gerhardt, lOTH GRADE
For So Sewer” and “Updating
Skills” Workshop, the par- James Green.
Fitting ticipants will learn how to
buy the right size pattern B or better - Amy Byers,
All A’s - Mary Cher- Board of Review *
Skills. ” niawski, Don Weinand,
Elkland Township The “Hints for the SO-SO for dress and slacks, take Shari Nelson, Seth Geister,
Sewer” program will focus the required measure- Shawn Ramsey, Angela
B or Better - Lynn
Will Be Held on sewing techniques and ments, and to check the pat- Wroubel. Creason, Shannon Shaw, The Meeting of the Board of Review
shortcuts. The participants tern with her measure- Eric Welch, Robert Mock, will be held at the Novesta Township
will learn how to lay out ments adding the needed Joseph Somerville.
MARCH 10.1 1 and cut patterns without ease for each area. She will
pinning, to mark patterns then learn how to pivot and
l l T H GRADE
9a.m-12 easily and accurately, and slide the pattern using visit area
and 1 p.m. 4 p.m.
Tentative Equalitr tion Factor
to create darts and hems waxed paper and a tracing
that do not shout, “I made wheel to make necessary
All A’s - Michelle Eagle.
B or better - Corey
Agriculture .W25 Commercial 1.000 it. ” Also included will be alterations for length and Thursday Brown, Karen Gerhardt, From 9 a.m. till 1200 1
Residential 1.000 Industrial 1.000 setting in sleeves without width. The participant will Julie Lis, Jackie Rauch,
1:OO p.m. till 4:OO p.m.
pinning or basting, sewing then practice these pivot An aide to 8th District Jeff Farnum, Kris Kotsch,
on an invisible patch poc- and slide techniques on Congressman Bob Lisa Meier, Rebecca Agriculture 52.47 Commercial 49-10
At Elkland Township ket, creating collars where mini patterns. There is no Traxler, (D-Bay City), will
Raymond. Residential 49-21 Timber Cutover 49.13
the seams d i s a p F a r like slashing or spreadinglarger hold office hours Thursday
William C. O’Dell ‘#“.
magic, sewing without fab- pattern, no cutting a t 3 locations in Tuscola 12TH GRADE
ric, gathering without pul- seam allowances, no County, including Cass
guesswork. Patterns fit
ling thread, and sewing first time, every time, and City, to discuss problems All A’s - Patrick Cher-
David J. Milligan, Supervisor zippers and v-neckline in- and concerns of con- niawski, David Green, Township Supervisor ‘1
serts. This program will be without smiles, frowns, or stituents in the area. Monica Tait.
other wrinkles! A few sew- B or better - Melissa
ing shortcuts will also be The aide to the con-
gressman will be at the Elk- Banowski, Deb Kasdorf, Al-
covered. This program will
be held from 1O:OO a.m.- land Township Fire Hall, a t bedo Pereira, Mark Reehl,
Michelle Easlick, Alisa
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programs, is a graduate of Traxler’s aide will be a t the
Michigan State University Vassar City Hall on E. Campus Life Benefit
and a certified SewFit In- Huron Road from 1O:Oo a.m
structor. For the past two until 12:oO noon. Office
We’re your local Authorized years, she has presented hours will also be held a t
sewing related programs a t the Tuscola County Annex
College Week to capacity Building, on E. Grant
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led extensively throughout until 3:OO p.m.
* r w **- the U.S., lecturing and
Xerox 1025 Marathon teaching sewing and pat- Persons who have a prob- for
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tern fitting. lem in dealing with an
There will be a $4.00 f e e agency of the federal gov-
for each person attending ernment are encouraged to
Friday, Feb. 28 Gene & Sally
the “Hints for the SoSo use these office hours to 500 - 7:OO p.m. Elliott
Sewer” class in Sandusky seek help.
and a $6.00 fee for the “Up- No appointment is at ’
dating Your Pattern Fitting needed to meet with Con-
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