PAGE FOUR CASS CITY CHRONICLE-THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1975 CASS CITY, MICHIGAN
HEATING & COOLING Disaster meet Your neighbor says
Down Memory Lane
KELLY & SONS! in Cass City FROM THE FILES OF THE CHRONICLE Repeal won't
A three-county meeting of
Residential and Mobile Home American Red Cross disaster
officials is scheduled Satur- FIVE YEARS AGO The Cass City Red Hawks Before the next national save money
day from 9 a.m.-4 p.m., at the took their first win in 10 years
Heating & Cooling Cass City Hotel and Restau-
rant, 6436 W. Main St.,
Cass City Village govern- against Laker High School in
ment ended 1969 with a a 78-61 contest held at Lakers.
election, it is entirely possible
that Elkland township will be
divided into three precincts Now that Michigan's sales her life. She is a fourth-grade
according to William Scott, surplus of $30,000, Village instead of two. tax on food and drugs has teacher at Campbell Ele-
disaster chairman for Tus- President Lambert Althaver TEN YEARS AGO Infant Brian Douglas Den- been officially repealed, mentary School. She and her
Compare our free estimates cola county.
The meeting will be open to
announced Tuesday at a short
council session. When her term expires next
hoff may not have arrived in shoppers should start seeing a
little reduction in their food
husband, Arleon, have two
children and six grandchil-
time to give his parents a 1964
disaster volunteers from tax exemption, but he did the bills. At least, that's the plan. dren.
on new heating systems Huron, Sanilac and Tuscola
There will be no primary
election in Cass City as all
July, Mrs. Arthur Little may
become Cass City's last Jus- next best when he won Cass Some persons, however,
counties and all other inter- candidates for office are tice of the Peace under the City's first New Year's Baby aren't so sure. Mrs. Leo] a
ested persons, Scott_said._ .JJnoppQSfid-There-will-be-one-- new-state constitution; ~ Contest. His parents are Mr. ~ RetherfordT)TDe7oTcris~skep-
^Kenneth Barnes ^director of new face on council next year. Weeks of speculation plac- and Mrs. Albert Denhoff of tical.
24 Hour EMERGENCY service disaster services for the Gary Jones, 30, is seeking the ing Allison Green of Kingston, Kingston. "No, I don't think it will
American Red Cross, will be seat vacated by Dr. William former Republican speaker of B.A. Calka, Cass City real- save me much money," Mrs.
673-6118 CARO the guest speaker. Selby. the State house, as. acting tor, received word this week Retherford says. ""They'll
Red Cross disaster chair- Bill Tuckey of Caro has auditor general were con- that he has been made a probably instigate it on some-
men and co-chairmen will been named to replace Harold firmed this week when Gov. Veterans Administration ap- thing else anyway."
present the latest in disaster Johnson on the Tuscola George Romney appointed proved sales and manage- She said she voted for the
The Want Ads Are Newsy Too! information to the group. County Board of Supervisors, him to the position. ment broker for the three- repeal in November, thinking
county area. it might help families with
children. But now she's not so
JANUARY j TWENTY-FIVE YEARS
"The cost of groceries will
probably go up. too," she
The Rev. Melvin Vender Mrs. Retherford has lived
begins his seventh year this in the Cass City area most of
month as pastor of the local
Elected at the December
meeting of the Cass City
Community Club, Bernard
Freiburger took over the
Dudderar to speak at SCD meet
PERMANENT duties as head of that society
CANNON SHEETS and PILLOW CASES at the beginning of the year Glenn R. Dudderar, Wild- following persons: John Find-
and next Tuesday will preside life Extension Specialist, De- lay, Elmer Ray], Richard
PRESS at the first dinner meeting of
partment of Fisheries and
Wildlife with MSU, will speak
at the 31st annual meeting of
Starkcy and Larry VanStccn-
house. One director will be
elected for a three-year term.
Roy Benson, the local voca-
MUSLIN FLORAL PRINT tional agriculture teacher, is
planning a series of young
the Tuscola Soil Conservation
District Jan. 15.
The dinner meeting will be
held at 7 p.m. in the 4-H
Tickets may be purchased
from John Goodchild, Caro,
Leon Kcinath, Millington,
Donald Loomis, Cass City,
Ollic Paulson and "Silenl Memorial Building at the Bruce Kuggles, Kingston,
" X 104" Twin BedFlat_fi_j$<2«:7:7 Tom" Cottick of Bulen Mot-
ors, Cass City, have com-
Dudderar is currently
and Charles Wells of Vassar.
They may also bo purchased
pleted an eight-week course working half-time as exten- from the district aide at the
sion wildlife specialist with Tuscola SCD office at 052 S
in psychology and public the Department of Fisheries Hooper St., in Caro.
Twin Bed Fitted_eaJ')2.99 relations at the General
Motors Institute of Technol-
and Wildlife and is enrolled as
ogy in Flint. a Ph.D. candidate in the
81 "X 104" ^ Marlette High School bask-
Department for the remaind-
er of his time. For his thesis
Double Bed Flat_£ _:J etball team won the invita-
tional tournament champion-
he is working on ecology and
economics of certain agricul-
ship Friday night when they tural practices as they affect
Double Bed ea.
defeated Cass City 46-31. wildlife and this will be the
topic of his talk.
Fitted— THIRTY-FIVE YEARS AGO
The directors will hold a
short business meeting and
the election of one director. A
Regular movie programs committee has nominated the
42" X 36" Cases J>* without a theatre are in Ed Doerr
WHITE BLEACHED MUSLIN prospect for Cass City during
the coming two months if Philathea class We're the one-
PERCALE FLORAL PRINT plans of the Rotary Club are stop insurance
SHEETS & CASES
A ffW*- „ ^,-V^W<, carried out.
#*~ n^^z£~%£ specialists!
^r^T M Three WPA workmen
"*104" Double Bed Flat started on a job of cleaning
the inside walls of study
rooms, halls and offices of the Officers were elected at a
Through the Michigan
Mutual we offer a wide
range of policies for car,
I72"xi04"TWEV or DOUBLE BED FITTED.
school building in Cass City social meeting of the Phil- business and home . . .
BED FLAT_£!_ .67 together with the woodwork
and, furniture Monday. The
force will be increased to four
men within a few days.
athea class of the Baptist
Sunday School Monday night,
Dec. 30. Around 20 attended
the party at the Dick Shaw
with up-to-date features
and reasonable rates. Let
us show you how to in-
TWIN BED 90" 115" Queen Size Flat Only one change was made
sure everything you own
the best way. Call us
2.67 8 or QUEEN BED FITTED. ea.
in bank elections in Cass City
Tuesday when Horace V.
Pinney was chosen assistant
Clyde Wells was named
president; Art Fisher, vice-
president; Mrs. Dick Shaw,
81"xl04" It!' cashier of the Pinney State
Bank to succeed Dorus W. Mrs. Elwyn Helwig, member
108"-115" King Size Flat Benkelman who resigned in
Games were played and
3.37 The State High School
potluck refreshments served.
or KING BED FITTED ___ Basketball Tournament Com-
mittee has again designated
The next party is scheduled
Jan. 28 at the Art Fisher 6440 Huron - Cass City
DOUBLE BED O 0^7 BANKAMERICARD Cass City High School's gym
as the scene of the district
e a welcome here Class B basketball tourna-
FITTED _ _ l 5*O i 42" X 36" CASES ment, scheduled for Feb.
Lee Dickinson, organizer of
the Townsend Club here, says
master charge 42"*46" Cases the society is growing stead-
ily in numbers and that it has
60' DOUBLE KNIT
THE INTERBANK CARO
KING SIZE $3! over 200 members at the
DACRON JAN. Ill-17
PATTERNS $199 Hot Dog & Bun
ALL FIRST QUALITY
NEW SPRING PATTERNS. 1 yd.
Our January Sale price. NO Lay-A-
Actual Size 4"x 5
Ways on Sale Material. Chili -Crackers
Carrot & Celery Sticks
Bread - butter FROM YOUR
35" to 36" Cotton White Milk
Apple Sauce 110 KODACOLOR
IDEAL FOR Potato Chips
QUILTS 99 yd. COTTON
We Accept All PRE-PAID
Cookie PRESCRIPTION PLANS BANKAMERICARD
(FREE PARKING IN.THE REAR)
Barbecue on Bun
COACH LIGHT PHARMACY
Cookie I M I K i : WI^M'.K. Ow I'll. f!72-:U.l.i
Menu subject, to change.