Parents, children use Fourth of July Stop smoking class
computers at home Festival photos
Section 1, pages 4,&, 9,12
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iooks at remedies-
for pupil cheating
Two incidences of cheat- good. Richards said that books sell for $7.35 each.
ing involving a group of stu- the policy has made en- There will no longer be for-
dents during final exams forcement easier for the ad- mal spelling texts for stu-
last spring has the Cass ministration. Leo Gengler dents in the seventh and
City School Board looking said that the, teachers also eighth grades. They will be
for remedies and penalties. liked the new system. taught spelling using words
At the regular meeting of While the policy handles that a r e common in other
the board Monday at the attendance and discipline courses. In history, for in-
high school, trustees de- well, it fails in preventing stance, spelling will be an
bated how to handle future. tardiness. adjunct to the course rather
ohea t ing students. The penalty for tardiness than a course by itself.
Principal Russell is points making a com- Another change in the
Richards explained how the prehensive test mandatory. curriculum next fall will be
spring cheating cases were Students know how many the addition of a develop-
handled. points they can get, Geng- mental kindergarten room
The students were given ler said, and so there really a t Evergreen School for the
a failure on the final exam. is no penalty for most of use of Evergreen and De-
In addition they were re- them, Others already have ford students.
quired to take a com- to take the test and there is A developmental room
prehensive test to earn cre- no reason for them to arrive was authorized for the first
dit in the class. on time either, time in Cass City for the
Trustee Louis Horner In his report, Richards last school year. Next fall
said that he wanted to see revealed that 32.3 percent it is anticipated that 23 stu-
a policy that makes it of the students were not as- dents will be taught in Cass
toughcr for the students to sessed any points, Under City and 15 in the Everg-
cheat. Trustee Ben Hobart the policy six students were reen room.
said that cheaters should expelled for a semester The room is for students
suffer in citizenship grad- which is a fraction less than that a r e old enough for
ing. one percent of the student school, but not yet mature
Supt. Donald Crouse said body. enough for regular kinder-
that teachers will undoub- garten participation.
tedly be looking at testing ACCEPT BID In other business the
procedures and indicated board named a s depository
that a general tightening of Five bids were received agents the three Cass City
supervision is sure because for tuckpointing the brick banks as well as Citizens
of the cheating. a t the Intermediate School. Commercial and Savings
The board instructed ad- Low bid was from William Bank of Flint and Second
ministration ta come up H. Kelly Co. of East Lans- National Bank of Saginaw,
with a policy suggestion for ing for $39,260.Bids ranged The same banks were au-
review at the next regular upwards to a top of $79,018. thorized for investment of
meeting. The Kelly Co. did similar funds. Board officers were
Before wrestling with the work for the Caro School authorized to sign general
cheating problem, the District. fund checks and the
board studied results of the The board also okayed superintendent and the
attendance and discipline $1,800 for new spelling bookkeeper were okayed to
policy. books for the fifth and sixth sign payroll checks.
The news was generally grade. The hard cover
JULY 4TH FESTIVAL -- There was something for every-
one at the sixth annual Cass City Fourth of July Festival
last Wednesday, including the arts and crafts exhibitors
2 Fridar crashes
(the women are examining painted china eggs) ; demoli-
tion derby; motorcycle stadium trials (the rider is going
over a teeter-totter) ,and games for children. Throwing the
ball through the hoop is Tommy Fulcher, 4.
send 10 to hospital
Two accidents Friday, Jewett, 6, of Elizabeth motor vehicle under the in-
one in Cass City and the Street. fluence of liquor, was re-
‘Fantastic’ 4th of July Festival other west of Deford, sent
a total of 10 persons to Hills
and Dales General Hospi-
The first was a t 2:05 p.m.
DeLong, who was tic-
keted on a charge of failure
to yield right of way, was
treated and released.
The second accident took
leased from Hills and Dales
One of his five 18, of
gers, Allan Horne,passen-
4118 s, Seeger Street, was
at the intersection of Main place a t 8:27 p.m. on Phil- reported i< fair condition
likely to continue in Cass Citv and Seeger Streets. lips Road, north of Decker- there Tuesday afternoon.
Cass City police, reported ville Road. Two passengers, Martin
that Richard C. DeLong, 31, The driver, Christopher G. Louks, 19, of 6632 Pine
of 3447 Englehart Road, B. Tracy, 17, of 7%3 Street,and Angela D.
was northbound on Seeger Elmwood Road, Cass City, Otulakowski, 14, of 5986
Street, started to turn left told sheriff’s deputies he Cass City Road, were
By H.V. Wood Estimates on the number Parade chairman Kim number of persons a t the polished stones and sil- onto Main Street, didn’t ob- was deliberately swerving treated and released fol-
of spectators varied. Glaspie was pleased. “It parade route’s west end versmith items, said people serve a southbound car and the c a r back and forth when lowing the accident.
The verdict is in from Clayton and Margaret went fine. It’s probably the was fewer than last year, were buying. “I think the vehicles collided. he lost control. Another, Debra J . Cook, 16,
those who worked on the Turner of Green Road, Cass best one we’ve had. It usu- but could not account for maybe a little better (than The impact sent the sec- The sub-compact auto of 5932 Koepfgen Road, was
Cass City 4th of July Festi- City, who rode in their an- ally goes off well, but this other parts of the route. last year),” Mrs. Quick re- ond car, driven by Dianna went off the west side of the treated and released the
val, and most declare the tique truck in the parade, one went particularly THE RESPONSE TO sponded when asked how J. Simpson, 27, of Summit, road into a ditch, flipped following day.
event a success. last year and this year, well. ” the arts and crafts fair in sales were. Ill., into a car parked by the over nose first and landed Deputies reported Cheryl
‘(It looks fantastic. thought the number of spec- Both spectators and par- and near the village equip- Carol Keller of Cass City, north curb, west of Seeger. upside down. Two of the oc- Ann Zyrowski of 2560 En-
Everyone in concessions tators looked about the ticipants gave him positive ment shed was very good, who sold stuffed dolls and It is owned by Norman G . cupants, not identified in glish Road, Kingston, was
we talked to said they did same. feedback about the parade according to chairwoman knick-knacks, said she was Clayton of Kinde. the accident report, were injured in a 10:30 a.m. acci-
well,” said festival co- Maurice Evans of and “nothing derogatory Sandy Nicholas. doing better than last year. Ms. Simpson was re- thrown from the auto. A dent last Wednesday north
chairman Curt Strickland. Gagetown, who drove his was said about it.” Most sellers asked by the Donna Kennedy of Ubly, leased from the hospital witness, driving north- of Caro.
The Chamber of Commerce antique car in the parade Glaspie did not have an Chronicle agreed. Basil and who sold painted china eggs Sunday. Three of her four bound a t the time, verified Deputies said she was
received 25 percent of the both years, thought there estimate of the number of Dorothea Quick of Cass and other items said, “It’s passengers were treated the c a r was swerving be- driving on Deckerville
net profits of the conces- were fewer spectators. spectators. He said the City who sold jewelry, about the same ...I’m not and released. They were fore it went off the road. Road, didn’t think an ap-
sions. complaining, I usually do her children Jacqueline, 6, Tracy, who has been proaching car on Cleaver
“They (the arts and good. It was a nice-sized and Chad, 2, and Melissa charged with operating a Please turn to page 9.
crafts) were fantastic. It Frowd. ”
was the best turnout we Marie Haley of Rapson,
ever had. The people who
sell there said they sold a
“I thought it was a very
successful festival, it was a
State rejects OmG who sold soft-sculpture
dolls said she had “no com-
Others said business was
W about the same. Ed
large turnout,” added CO- Bergman J r . of Vassar,
chairman Dave Lovejoy. who sold scenic photo-
loan reqUest okay
People told him they graphs, said business was
thought the festival was en- “fair” and about the same
joyable, he said. as last year.
There will probably be a FOOD SALES CO-
festival next year, a feeling The Owendale-Gagetown the district the money were 28, cited state law that ordinator Dale McIntosh
strong among festival com- School District may find it- going to be opened Monday permission to borow can’t said all of the concessions
mittee members, h v e j o y self in a financial whirlpool afternoon, he said, “but be given if a municipality a t the festival did very well.
said. However, the fate of again. now it will take another ends the fiscal year with a “I think I talked to
the festival will be decided Supt. Ronald Erickson month to get the money.” deficit and has not filed a
once the revenue and bills told the school board Mon- State Senator James Bar- every one of them. Most ran
plan to correct the deficit. out of things. All of them
are tabulated. day evening that the Michi- cia, D-Bay City, arranged Erickson said after the around 3-4 p.m. were run-
The festival committee gan Department of Treas- with Erickson and any board meeting that Owen- ning out. ”
must then decide if there ury has rejected the dis- board members who could Gage finished the ,fiscal Tom Craig at the Lions
will be a seventh annual fes- trict’s application to bor- attend to meet a t 5 p.m. year June 30 about $250,000 Club pavilion said the group
tival, Strickland said. row $550,000in tax anticipa- Tuesday with state Trea- in the black, according to ordered 1,000 chicken
THE PARADE DOWN tion notes, money needed surer Robert A, Bowman to its auditors, while the state
Main Street lasted about an for the district to pay learn why the loan was re- halves this year, 200 less
hour. There were four fire salaries and bills until it be- claims it was $180,000 in the than last year. AMBULANCE WORKERS prepare to help Richard De-
jected. Results of the meet- red. The disparity is be- He estimated they would
departments represented, gins receiving property tax ing weren’t available by cause of revenue Owen- Long out of his crushed car Friday after a two-car accident
about 40 antique and spe- revenue a t the end of this press time. probably sell them all by
cial interest automobiles year. The letter from Bowman
Gage claims it is still due the end of the day and make at the Main and Seeger intersection, which also involved a
and about eight floats. Bids from banks to loan to the district, dated June Please turn to page 9, Please turn to page 9. car belonging to a Cass City woman.
PAGE TWO CAS? CITY CHRONICLIE-THURSDAY, JULY 12,1984 CASS CITY, MICHIGAN
Cass City Social and Personal Items
Mrs. Reva Little Phone 872-3698
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Mr. and Mrs. Grant Glas- Mr. and Mrs. Me1 Green Mrs. Beverly Rookcfcl-
Lindsay of AuGres and pie and son Chris of Cass returned to their home in ler, Cass City, and Mrs.
their guests, Mr. and Mrs. City attended a christening Glenview, Ill., Friday after Reva Silver, Bad Axe,
Joe Nichols of Madison party Sunday June 24, for spending a week with her went to the Chesaning
Heights, Mr. and Mrs. Har- their new granddaughter, sister, Doris Hurd. Showboat Monday evening.
mond Nichols of Decker Natalie Kay Finkbeiner of They saw Tennessee Ernie
and Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Caro. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Me1 Green Ford perform.
Nichols, daughter Deana Kay Finkbeiner of Owen- and Doris Hurd attended
and son Andy of Snover dale, Dorothy and Carl Al- the 4th of July queen's Seventeen women from
were in Cass City July 4th drich of Fairgrove and glod- pageant at Cass City High Trinity UM Church enjoyed
and had a picnic dinner parents Greg and Susan Al- School July 2, where Mrs. a summer outing Monday
with Mrs. Ernest Gibson. drich of Terre Haute, Ind. Hurds granddaughter, when they visited Cros-
Natalie Ka is the daughter Juanita Bradley, was a con- sroads Village and the
Bill Finkbeiner is spend- of A l a ~ r ) n b ; g n testant. Juanita came in Huckleberry Railroad.
ing a month with his grand- f o r m e 1 Qf-Qiss City, a n d second runner-up in the
parents, Mr. and Mrs. i s sc ulM to have open
Lloyd Finkbeiner. Bill, who heart surgery July 30 in
pageant Darlene Monroe from
Salem UM Church is at-
graduated from high school Ann Arbor. Mr. and Mrs. Me1 Green, tending junior-high church
in Florida recently,has en- Doris Hurd and Kathy camp a t Bay Shore, Sebe-
listed in the Marines and Mrs. Duane Lester left Cummins were Thursday waing, this week.
will begin active duty in De- Thursday for her home in night supper guests at the
cember. His w~ bmther Hermiston, Ore., after home of Russell and Connie Mrs. Glenn McClorey and
is serving in the U.S. Navy. spending 10 days with her Bradley. Later, Mr. and son Larry visited Frederick
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Au- Mrs. John Panasiki and McClorey Thursday in the
Mrs. Clifton Metcalf of dley Horner, and other rela- family, and Mrs. Jack VA Hospital in Ann Arbor. Clark and Gladys Auslan-
PEARL AND G R A N T Fairgrove was a visitor tives. Viney and family came for
ME REDII'H der of 3986 N. Decker 11oiid.
Thursday a t the home of ice cream and cake in honor Mr. and Mrs. John Star- Shabbona, will uelebratc
Mrs. Reva M. Little and a Mr. and Mrs. George of Brad Bradley's birthday mann of White Pigeon spent their goldcn wedding a n -
An open house will be Meredith and Pearl caller at the Dave Acker- Dillman of Zephyrhillls, and the others whose birth- from Thursday until Mon- niversary Sunday, J u l y 22.
held Sunday-from 2-5 p.m. Rockwell were married man home. Fla., came July 2 to spemd days are in July: Margaret day with his mother, Mrs. from 1-5 p.m. with an opuii
a t the Evergreen Elemen- Sept. 22, 1934, in Peck. two weeks with friends Panasiki, Janice Viney and M.B. Auten. house at the Evergrew
tary School in Shabbona in Their children a r e Alvin Mrs. E m m a Kettlewell here. Todd Lynch. Elementary School in Shn tj-
honor of Grant and Pearl and Dale, both of Snover; left Thursday to spend the Sunday visitors at the bona hosted by thcir fa111
Meredith's 50th wedding Mrs. Ann Powell, Troy; week end with her daughter Mrs. Clare Patton a n d The Stan Guinthers en- home of Mrs. Glenn ily .
anniversary. Loraine (Mrs. J a c k ) Hill, and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ron Geiger left Mon- tertained Mrs. Guinther's McClorey were her brother Clark A~islandcr. and
It will be hosted by the Sandusky, and Ruth (Mrs. Dale Bock of Lansing. day to attend the school of relatives for lunch July 4th and wife, Mr. and Mrs.
missions of the Unitled Gladys LePla were 111;ir
Snover couple's five chil- Frank) Klee, Minden City. after the parade. Those pre- Lewis Crawford of Caro. ried July 27, 1!)34 i n Flint.
dren and their families. The They also have 18 grand- The Progressive class of Methodist Church at Ad- sent included M r . and Mrs.
Merediths request no gifts. Salem UM Church will' rian. They will return home Vern McConnell, Mr. and
meet this Thursday even- Friday.
Relatives celebrated the
Mrs. Bob Speirs, Mr. and birthday of Barbara Craig
Mrs. Norman Blue and chil- with a brunch Sunday a t the
ing at 8 p.m. a t the home of
Hills and Dales Mr. and Mrs. Dale Buehrly+ Dinner guests of Mr. a n d dren of Millington, Mr. and home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Robert Chisholm J u l y
Marriage Licenses 4th were Mrs. Ercelle Pel-
Mrs. Charles McConnell Harold Craig. Guests along movies set
Schedule of Events ton of Columbiaville, Mrs.
Harley L. Colton, Cass Leatha Czapla of Detroit,
and family of Caro, Chris with Mr. and Mrs. Tom
McConnell of Berkley, Mr. Craig and Barbara, were
and Mrs. Ron Speirs, Itus- Mr. and Mrs. Ron Decker
Kawson Memorial Lib
rary will show three films
OPEN TO GENERAL PUBLIC
City, and Minerva L. Tor- Mrs. Pat Chisholm of Caro sell and Andrea, Mr. and of Big Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Friday, July 20, for senior
July 15 thru July 21 rez, Cass City. and Mrs. Sharon Hyde, Mrs. John Luana, Joey and John Starmann of White Pi- citizens, starting at 1 *:<(I
EVENT DATE TIME PLACE John D. Cooper, Vassar, Kristi and Stevan of Caso. Jamie, Mr. and Mrs. Skip geon, Mrs. M.B. Auten, p.m.
and Michele A . Rowe, Vas- Afternoon guests includled Speirs and Adina, Mr. and Mrs. Hazel Barnes, Mrs. A1 The films arc:
Drs. lsterabadi and July 18 8-12 a.m. Out-patient sar. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mrs. Dave Speirs and Brad, Tropf, Mrs. Lucile Miller "To R e a Clown"
Donahue Clinic David D. Powers, Hughes and family of Otis- and Mrs. Lilah Wilhelmi. and Mrs. Paul Craig. Twenty -ci gh t pc' I's( ) I1 s
Kentwood, and Julie A. Hel- ville, Mrs. Doug
Mr, and Mrs. John Smen-
gather in Ottawa for eight
Dr. Jeung July 20 8-12 a.m. Out-patient wig, Cass City. Richardson and Reatha of The Cass River WCTU weeks to study the art of
Clinic , Ronald E. Rouse, Cass Fostoria, Mrs. Reatha tek announce the birth of a clowning with I'whinko, a
City, and Karen G. Rogers, Hughes and Mr, and Mrs. daughter, Chenelle' Jonte', will meet July 13 at 1:30 "Rivers of
young master. SillTer, 1iiI)-
There is an Immediate Care Clinic in the Ambulatory
Louis Horner of Cass City. Friday, July 6, in Bay Med- p.m. a t the home of Mrs.
Care Center: Fridays L 6:OO p.m. - 8:30 p.m.; Saturdays - Cass City. ical Center. Chenelle' joins Mildred 'lrisch.
Kevin R . Smith, Cass buns of Steel" - Historical
12:30 p.m. - 8:30p.m. and Sundays 1O:OO a.m. - 8:30p.m. Mrs. Clare Patton, Mrs. a nine-year-old sister doc.urrwntatinn of goki and
City, and Teresa M. Tait, Estee' a t home. The baby Mr. and Mrs. Walter Put-
Free Blood Pressure will be taken in the Ambulatory Cass City. Laurence Bartle, Mrs. silver and rriilrouds in thv
Care Center from 8:OO a.m. - 8:OO p.m. any day. Please Carl A. Palmateer Jr., Betty Greenleaf and Mrs. weighed seven pounds and nam had as Sunday dinner
11 ounces. Mother and baby guests, Rev. and Mrs. Ben
stop in and have yours taken. Cass City, and Frances M. Ron Geiger were luncheon came home from the hospi- Haynes and daughters of
Kozan, Cass City. guests Friday of Mrs. D,ale Alba and Mr. and Mrs. Ar- -- T r a v d from the majestic
Physical and Respiratory Therapy scheduled on an Out Patrick C. Hagen, Caro, Buehrly when plans for a tal Monday. plateau of Mexico City to
chie Dorman of Snover.
Patient basis as ordered by your physician. and Melissa A. Parsell, church ice cream social to Mr. and Mrs. David Rev. Haynes is the new pas-
the sportsman paradisc of
Caro. be held July 20 were madle. Baja, Calif.
Michael Lupinski, Speech Therapist, is scheduled by Ronald B. VanAllen, and Nordquist of Berkley spent tor a t Mizpah United Mis- Total time of the films is
appointment. Lauri A. Hartsell, both of Mr. and Mrs. Sherwell the week end a t the homes sionary Church.
Austin, Tex. Kelly of New Boston, called of Julia Sanchez and the
TO SCHEDULE YOURSELF FOR ANY OF THE Michael E. Johnson, Port here by the death of her Vern McConnells. Anna Koepf
ABOVE CLASSES OR CLINICS, CALL 872-2121 Ext. 255. Huron, and Mary Rose father, The0 Hendrilck,
Charmley, Caro. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E d Brock celebrates The Chronicle will 1 Hand Painted Shades F
There is a physician in the Emergency Room from 6:OO Ronald C. Gibbs, Caro, George Fisher Sr. from (Dawn Hartwick) of Surf only use photographs
and Virginia F. Heath, Tuesday until Friday. City, N.C., were luncheon
p.m., Friday, until 6:OO a.m., Monday. There is always a
physician on call in the Emergency Room. Caro. guests Tuesday of Mr. and 8 1st birthday with wedding stories if
they a r e received within
David L. Grover, Oscoda, Mrs. Tom Hennessey of Mrs. George Fisher Sr. two months of tlw w ~ d -
Anna Koepf of Cass City
and Tamara J o Woelke, Oscoda was an overnight Mr. and Mrs. George was honored on her 81st ding date.
The Want Ads Are Newsy Too! Millington. guest Friday and Saturday
of Mr. and Mrs. J a c k Fisher Sr. joined the birthday Sunday with a pic- Photographs can lw i n
Blades. Donald Finkbeiner family nic luncheon a t Indianfields
for cake and ice cream Sun- Park, Caro.
You can call on other satellite Mr. and Mrs. Roger day when the first birthday Thirty-nine family mem-
bers and friends attended
Hartwick, Jeff and Angie of of Sharon Finkbeiner was
dealers and pray that their Millington were Sunday celebrated. from Cass City, Millington,
Reese, Caro, Deford and
dinner guests of Mr. a n d
svstem works A Mrs. Clayton Hartwick.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Thursday h i t o r s a t the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Snover. Mrs. Koepf re-
ceived cards and gifts.
Blades were Mr. and Mrs. Her son John Koepf, Cass
Hartwick of Cass City were Loyal Boulton of South
afternoon callers City, his wife Barbara and
Rockwood and Mrs. Hazel family, surprised Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Rusch. Koepf with a birthday cake
( O H PLEASE W Q ~ ) u Hartwick were dinner
guests Monday of Mr. a n d Hills and Dales
and ice cream last Thurs-
day before leaving for a n
Mrs. Elwyn Hartwick at Upper Peninsula vacation.
Vassar. General Hospital Mrs. Koepf has two other
Jennifer Lynn Spencer, PATIENTS LISTED MON- sons, Bernard Koepf of
daughter of J i m and Sherri DAY, JULY 9, WERE: Caro, and John Koepf of
Spencer, was baptized Sun- Cass City, who attended the
day, July 1, at Salem UM Mrs. Karen Wright, Mrs. party.
Pamela Hawley, Allan Absent were John and
Church with Rev. Clare Barbara Koepf ; grand-
Pa tton officiating . Horne, Mrs. Sharon De-
Long, Mrs. Beatrice How- daughter Karen Turner,
ard, Wellington Tanner, her husband Ron and fam-
,Missionary Mrs. Annabelle Diefenbach ily, Cass City ; granddaugh-
of Cass City; ter Linda Whittaker, her
p o u p meets Larry Creason of Deford ; husband Randy and family,
Cass City; granddaughter
Kimberly Fahl of
Thirteen women at- Gagetown; Kathy Daley, husband J i m
tended the monthly meet- James Sontag of Sebewa- and family, Kingston, and
ing of the Women'sMissio- ing ; grandson Clemens Koepf,
nary Fellowship Monday wife Sally and family.
Mrs. Marlene Norrington
evening in the First Baptist of Akron; Mrs. Koepf was born July
Church. Mrs. Lucy Rushlaw of 8,1903, in Austria-Hungary,
with experience over the business meeting.
Shirley Shaw presided Kingston ;
Joseph Miohalski of
and came to the United
States with her parents a t
I installers and technicians that
can guarantee you up to 120
Devotions were led by
Pauline McArthur a n d
prayer time for mis-
sionaries was led by Lillman
Ubly. age 5.
channels SNOW FREE. Members wrote letters to A Prosecutor is the Chief Law Enforcement Officer o f t htl I V ) I I I I y .
missionaries which they
served by Alice McComb
were PHILIP E. LOMASON HAS 16 YEARS
and Pauline McArthur. LEGAL EXPERIENCE
SYSTEMS LAOSW Month 60 attend
We Carry: Aluminum, Mesh, Fiberglass church picnic Put t h a t Experience to Work ~'CN You.
from 8 feet all the way to 30 feet : About 60 congregation On August 7th,
members of the Evangeli-
Complete Channel Master Systems l
cal Free Church attended a
[XIPHILIP E. LOMASON
Home Demonstrations Available picnic and swim party Sun-
For Personal or Commercial Use day afternoon at Mr. and
Mrs. Roland Hanes' home
on Tomlinson Road.
#1 Satellite dealer in the Thumb Games for the children
were directed bv Tracv SANllAC COUNTY PROSECUTOR
I RICHARD'SI TV Appliance and Sound Room
6422 MainSt. Cass City
A decorated cake a n d a
card made by Rita Loeding
and signed by those present
were presented to Mr. a n d
Mrs. Alger Lee Bush who
leave later this month to
make their home in
You r Prosecutor Should Have A s Much Kxpel-ir c e
As The Defendants Att,orncy!
Paid for by Committee to Elect Philip E Lomason,
7 2 V l N Howard Avenue, Croswell MI 48422
Lodlre M Sheldon Campaign Chairperson
The Hanes presented a
Ph.: 517.872.2930 program on "Marriage En-
CASS CITY, MICHIGAN CASS CITY CHRONICLE-THURSDAY, JULY 12,1984 PAGE THREE
“If It Fitz e
Model citizen abroad
(And anyone else he can
By Jim Fitzgerald
Before leaving this coun- States. I will unload my the herbicide 2,4,5-T which,
try tonight, I want to make complaints on this side of when combined with
just one complaint about it. the river a-ndsay nothing in another herbicide, became July 4 marked the 75th anniversary of the first mile of
It concerns Agent Orange Canada except how deliri- Agent Orange, the infam- rural concrete highway in the world. It was Woodward
and obscene T-shirts. I’m ously happy I am to be alive ous defoliant used to wipe Avenue between Six and Seven Mile Roads.
only going to Canada, and during the Reagan ad- out bushes in the Vietnam It was encouraged by Horatio Earle, Michigan’s first
I’ll be back in a few hours, ministration. war so communists state highway commissioner. He was nicknamed “Good
but I don’t want to take a And if I ever get the op- couldn’t hide behind them. Roads Earle.”
chance on violating a tradi- portunity to free a U.S. citi- Thousands of veterans That’s the same Earle who is commemorated with a
tion. zen trapped in a busted charged that Agent Orange monument and plaque a mile east of Cass City for granting
The tradition is that a foreign phone booth, I will contained toxic dioxins that the first mile of state reward gravel road in 1905. The
US. citizen doesn’t tell him to call the White injured their health and/or plaque was erected where the gravel road ended.
criticize his country while House. My attitude will be caused genetic damage to ********+*
visiting another country. I that it reflects badly upon their children. Many vete-
didn’t know about it until the president of the United rans filed a lawsuit against
our State Department’s re- States if anyone except him Dow and six other com- Where the Earle monument stands, the entire corner is
cent scolding of Jesse helps a U.S. citizen in trou- panies, and their case was neatly trimmed and flowers have been planted and are
Jackson for rapping our ble in another country. And persuasive enough to win a flourishing to frame the structure.
Latin America policy while that I would be violating the $180 million out-of-court That’s the work of the Cass City Area Historical Society.
in Cuba. State Department tradition settlement. Workers were Jack Esau, Harold Perry, Arlan Hartwick,
“We argue strongly that says it is unpatriotic to The military team that Maynard McConkey, Keith McConkey and Jim Milligan.
among ourselves in this complain that the roof of dumped Agent Orange on **********
country, but the tradition your home is falling unless Vietnam formed an alumni
has been not to criticize you a r e standing where it group called Operation
your country from a foreign can fall directly on your Ranch Hand. It was this Phyllis Boylan reports that she plays bridge twice a
base or platform,” a State head. group that gave the T-shirt week. One of the sessions is in duplicate club.
Department spokesman So, before driving to to Davidson. I guess it was Over the years there have been several attempts to get
said. Windsor for dinner tonight, supposed to be a joke, al- bridge really rolling in Cass City.
Most of my life, I’ve lived I hereby unload my latest most a s funny a s an “I’m- The best card gameof them all has really never taken off
just across a narrow river complaint about the United Happy-About-Cancer” T- in Cass City. It has been played regularly and never died
from Canada, and I’ve vis- States: It’s outrageous that shirt. but for every bridge player in the area there have to be four
ited there several hundred our nation allows T-shirts From all reports, David- euchre players.
times. God only knows how with obscene messages son is a fine agricultural CLOWN “BIG BERTHA” came from Midland to shake That’s sad, too, because bridge is the finest card game of
many times I’ve sat in printed on them. Specifi- chemist. He undoubtedly hands with obviously delighted spectators along the parade them all. It’s really the only card game going that adults
cally, I’m bugged by the T- has good reason to be proud can play for fun and still enjoy. Contrast that with a game of
Windsor or Sarnia saloons
shirt pictured in the June 1 of his work. But where route. euchre for match sticks which makes no sense at all.
and said rotten things about
the United States. All I can issue of the Midland Daily will he wear a T-shirt **********
say to the State Depart-
ment is I’m sorry and I’ll
never do it again.
From now on, when I’m
about to go to Canada, I
News. It said: “I’M
The photo was taken at a
retirement party for John
obscene enpugh to say a
man could be proud of de-
veloping the product that
allegedly killed or injured
thousands of people?
Radio, cassettes Idle thought. If it weren’t for Tiger baseball, what good
would television be in the summer time?
will first purge myself of Davidson, who worked for He could wear it in a
Dow Chemical Co. for 50 foreign country without vio-
stolen from visitor
yvhatever is currently bug-
ging me about the United years. He helped develop lating the speak-no-evil Wonder where all those bucks come from for the multi-
tradition that Jesse million dollar golf courses under construction? It’s said that
Jackson tripped over. After the green fees alone never would pay the construction and
all, Agent Orange bore the maintenance costs. The profits supposedly come from hotel
U.S. Seal of Approval. But rentals, food sales and the sale of condominiums.
The Weather High Low Precip.
for Davidson’s sake, I hope
he isn’t wearing that T-shirt
Theft of a combination overnight and someone
AM-FM radio and cassette took them. The radio-cas-
A boy and his mother re-
ported to village police Fri-
Still, it can’t hurt when places like Boyne Mountain can
soak players $30 for 18 holes and sell all the tee times
if he ever runs into a Viet- player and 25 tapes was re- sette player was valued at available on week ends.
Wednesday .................. 89 ..... 57 . . . 0 nam vet who believes that ported to Cass City police $60; the tapes and case a t day afternoon that he saw
Thursday.. .................. 86 . . . . . 59 ... .29 Agent Orange ruined his Saturday afternoon by $210. a nine-year-old boy
Friday. ...................... 76 . . . . . 50 . . . trace health or maimed his child. David Ashmorc of Upton, Village police arrested puncture tires of a bicycle
wyo. Gale D. Farrar, 29, of 6351 parked at the Recreation
Saturday .................... 74 .... 42 . . . 0 He said he and his family Pine Street at 2:55 a.m. last Park pool.
Sunday ...................... 83 . . . . 61 . . . 0
Monday.. .................... 80 .... 65 . . . .06 Electricity f r o m a t o m i c arrived at 4594 Oak Street Wednesday after stopping The vandal’s parents
Tuesday ..................... Friday night for a visit and her car on Pine near Sher- were contacted, who said
90 . . . . 66 . . . .78 e n e r g y was generated
they would deal with the
for t h e first t i m e in t h e unloaded their belongings man Street for operating a
(Recorded at Cass City wastewater treatment plant. 1 w o r l d a t a laboratory about 10:30. motor vehicle while under situation.
near Idaho Falls i n 1 9 5 1 . He speculated the stolen the influence of liquor.
items were left on the lawn She was later released Roulette was invented by
from the county jail after the French mathematician
m t i n g $100 bond. Arraign- and philosopher Blake Pas-
nent was scheduled July cal.
What an object lesson it Everybody was told to push
SUNDAY would have been for every
dairy farmer in the United
the milk sales.
To help it out we reduced
9 a.m. - 1 p.m. States. For that matter it
could serve as a lesson to
the price. Perhaps reduced
is the wrong word. What we
everyone trying to peddle
their wares to the public.
It happened at the Rotary
food tent a t the July 4 Festi-
did was sacrifice it for 10
cents a half pint.
Right along side of the
milk was the pop and we
Rotarians had purchased
continued to do a steady
I’ a and sometimes spectacular
300 half pints of milk for the business with it at 50 cents
day. Along towards evening
there were about 200 of
Because they were not
Do you know how many
cartons of milk we sold at
10 cents? Just one.
standard stock they were
purchased on a no return
Rotary owned those 300
Here’s a healthful, won-
derful tasting beverage
being served ice cold on a
warm day at a fifth of the
2 5 ~ 100 Needles cartons. It became appa-
rent that there would be
plenty left when the day
cost of the competition and
almost nobody wanted it.
The soft drink industry
One Day $1795 Quality Light
Cigarettes $699 n
It’s impossible to tell just
how many persons were
has spent oodles of money
promoting the product and
milk only recently has
served during the 15 hours made feeble steps towards
Photo Processing Fast pain relief
the tent operated, but there
were plenty of them. Busi-
Look around the next
for sunburn plus ness was good. time you’re eating out and
for dryness. iRiopan[
Antacid \ During the breakfast
hour all the sausage bought
for the day was consumed
and many customers had to
see how many drink pop,
how many drink milk.
It’s going to take a lot of
bucks to turn that around.
Y o u r‘ Horn (, f l ( > ( ,ro t ;rig C‘rn t c) r
6544 Main St.-CASS CITY
or Dermoplast” be content with pancakes
and no sausage.
Many more than the indus-
try has been willing to
During the first half hour
of the breakfast a malfunc-
tioning coffee urn kept the
coffee from being ready
cough up in the past. -
But that better change.
There aren’t many left like
me who would rather have
p Finding What You
Want? Try The Want-Ads Toda
when the customers ar- a cold glass of milk than
Chairs insect bites rived. Some of them, not any other beverage that
Walkers and many, turned to milk as a can be purchased.
scratches. forced substitute.
Canes During the dinner hour
and the rest of the day bus-
Thin Maxipads Crutches
$3’9 iness was better than nor-
Pads $149 Commodes
0 ‘Considered dietetically sodium free.
For two and a half hours
food was pushed out as fast
as the hot dogs c o d d be
shoved into buns and pop
GREMLINS ARE HERE!!
could be poured into cups.
In fact, during that rush 1 I RICHARDS’ (Corner of Houghtori&Maple), Cass City
1 BARBER STYLING i!
period, two persons hand-
led the 4-spigot pop 1I I6592 Houghton Street &
Two hair stylists to serve you. Call 872-4094 for an I’
machine in an effort to keep
the line moving along.
It was a warm day, you’ll
appointment. Walk-ins are always welcome. ;I
recall, but still we managed Precision cuts, wash, blow dry for one low price. I‘
to sell maybe 25 cups of cof- I1
fee after the breakfast II Also permanent waves.
hour. The pop, the coffee
and the milk all sold for 50
! $1O0 Off Save Money and Brag About the Cut
I I I!
It did until about 8 p.m.
II Coupon Good through July 28,1984 il
Any Size Money Orders 25C Ask for Senior Citizen 10% Prescription Discount when it was decided to hold
a fire sale on the milk.
CASS CITY CHRONICLE-THURSDAY, JULY 12,1984 CASS CITY, MICHIGAN
An action-packed, fun 4ih of July Festival
EDWARD ODOERFER of Snover and what is left of his
car won the demolition derby sponsored by the Jaycees. He TOM THUMB Singers director Andrea Hofmeister encourages the audience
received $50 for winning his preliminary heat and $150 for to1 sing along with the community choir at its evening performance in the park.
the championship heat. Second place was won by Jeff
I Lentz of Croswell.
MEMBERS O F Sally Doerr’s Dance Troupe wear only one glove on their
hands as they dance to Michael Jackson songs during the festival parade, imi- TUG-OF-WAR winner was the Stauffer Seeds team of Owendale.
Front row, from left, Robert Kosinski, Mike Thick, Pat Gruehn, Bob
tating the singer’s practice of wearing one sequined glove. The dancers also ap- Christner, Erik Voelker, coach Amy Gruehn. Back row, Wally Gremel,
peared after the community choir in the park July 4 evening. Jim Bauer, Mike VanHoost, Mark Gruehn, Terry Haag, Steve Gremel,
coach Beth Haist. They defeated the Sod Busters of Elkton, two out of
three matches. No other teams entered. The Stauffer women’s team
was the only one to show up, so had to settle for two exhibition tugs
against male spectators.
SCOTTISH TUNES -- The Elf Khurafeh Temple High-
landers band from Flint played its Scottish tunes during RACING TYKES -- Children wait for the gun in the 5 and under division of the
the parade and afterwards in the park. tot run at the football field. Alvin Burk, 5 , of Cass City, leaning forward second 4
from left, was the winner.
GOSPEL SINGER Doug Oldham .
sang to a n appreciative audience of SWING YOUR PARTNER -- Members of the Rocking NURSE CINDY BADER took the
about 350 persons Wednesday evening Eights Club of Caro demonstrate square dancing for the blood pressure of Ernie Dembowski of
in a festival appearance sponsored by crowd. Audience members could later join in and learn Unionville inside the Hills and Dales
t h e Cass City Ministerial Alliance. basic dance steps. General Hospital tent at the festival.
CASS CITY, MICHIGAN CASS CITY CHRONICLE-THURSDAY, JULY 12,1984 PAGE FIVE
Pedaling Around Brush fireput out
Elkland Township fire- Fire Chief Jerome Root
men Sunday extinguished a J r . said it was later learned
brush and grass fire off the owner is Matt Kumpel
Telephone M-53, about a half-mile of Warren.
north of M-81, on property Cause of the fire is be-
rented by Margaret Yoe
manners lieved to be arson. Investi-
Cause of the fire, re- gation is continuing.
ported a t 5:20 p.rn., was un-
determined. About one acre +$**PI
By Mike Eliasohn burned. Elkland firemen re-
** k** t.
sponded to an alarm a t 3:55
The owner of a vacant p.m. a t Hills and Dales Gen-
A newspaper reporter name and phone number home on Shabbona Road eral Hospital Tuesday. The
as trying to interview and I will return your call.” that burned June 30 was high humidity apparently
ien Michigan State Uni- I rarely leave my name originally reported to be set the alarm off,Root said.
versity f6otball coach and number. I suppose for Tom Rriggs of Royal Oak. There was no fire.
Duffy Daugherty. non-logical reasons, I hate
The interview was taking to talk to a machine. When
place in Daugherty’s office. I hear, “Hi, this is ....,” I
Every time the reporter hang up and call back later,
asked a question, the phone which for long distance
rang and then he had to wait calls can get expensive.
while the coach talked on Obviously for some per-
the phone. sons, use of an answering
Frustrated, he finally machine is very important,
went down the hall to a pay such as for a plumber who
phone’, called Daugherty’s doesn’t have any
office, and got the informa- employees, so when he’s on
SWINGING GIFTS -- Members of the Elmwood Missionary Circle used proceeds from their open Tuesday through Sunday
tion he needed. a service call, there’s no
We probably are all one to answer his phone. quilt raffle last year to recently purchase these two swings for Provincial House. From left are This Saturday - July 14th
Bernice Kroetsch, Rev. Melvin Vender, Alexia Cook, Marion Gray, Wilma Finkbeiner, Myrtle
slaves to the telephone. No (That example comes to
matter what we are doing, mind because I heard a re- Stewart and Stanley Muntz. Residents are seated; members are standing. The Missionary DICK STEVENS TRIO
we stop doing it when the corded comedy routine on Circle will conduct its annual quilt show in the First Presbyterian Church during Sidewalk Sales
telephone rings. the radio Saturday entitled, Days July 19-21. Persons who would like to exhibit quilts can call Mrs. Cook at 872-3486. This Sunday - July 15th
The telephone industry “My plumber doesn’t make
has solved that problem, house calls.”) THE SHERWOOD JAM
Gagetown bank robber 2 o’clock - ???
however, with the cordless But for non-business and
telephone, which can be a non-busy persons, I’d
great convenience. rather hear a phone ringing Over 30 musicians will have an old time
When I ate a t a restaur- when they’re not home _- jam session.
ant in Leland a few weeks which doesn’t cost anything
ago, I noticed that the hos- for me (or the Chronicle) --
tess who showed diners to rather than a recording. and at 5 o’clock the
their tables carried one
with her. When the phone
rang, there was no need to
run through the restaurant Daryl LaPeer
sentenced to 7115 years SHERWOOD ALLmSTAR
to get it. She reached in her 15 musicians will play the music of Glenn
pocket. promoted Ralph P. Kinney, who 120 days in the county jail, JULY 2 CASKS scheduled Aug. 20. Bond Miller, Count Basie, Woody Herman and
However, cordless pleaded guilty to a charge with credit given for time was continued. many more!
phones can make the lazy
lazier. I once witnessed a
by Air Force in connection with the
March 16 robberv of the
served, fined $500 and as- In cases July 2 before Sentencing was delayed
sessed $600 court costs. Re- Judge Joslyn : one year for Eugene S. Sal-
man answer a call on his First of America Bank stitution will be deter- gat, 32, of 1841 Dietz Road,
. cordless phone, who was DarYl G, Lapeer, son of branch in Gagetown, was Donald D. Sowden, 43, of
mined. Scottsdale, Ariz., formerly Caro, who pleaded guilty
sitting three feet from his LYnwood and Jeanette sentenced Monday by Tus- He pleaded guilty to the of Deford, stood mute to a March 6 to the unarmed
regular phone, but didn’t Lapeer, 7681 E. Elmwood cola County Circuit Judge charge May 29. charge of concealing or dis- robbery of Thomas Manley
want to get up. Road, has been Promoted Patrick R. Joslyn to 7-15 Gary Jacques, 21, of 388
One telephone invention in the U.S. Air Force to years in the State Prison of posing of mortgage prop- June 27, 1983, in Reese. He
Gilford Street, Caro, failed erty worth more than $100. was assessed $500 court
that bugs me is what I will senior airman. Southern Michigan at to appear for scheduled en- A plea of innocent was en- costs.
call the loudspeaker phone, LaPeer is a law enforce- Jackson.’ tering of a plea regarding
since I don’t know the ment specialist at Loring He could have received a tered and pretrial hearing Harley E. Kellcy, 37, of
his being charged with vio- scheduled July 16. Bond 2763 Hurds Corner Road,
proper name. Primarily Air Force Base, Maine, life sentence. The judge re- lating probation because of was continued. Caro, was ordered to re-
used by business execu- with the 42nd Security commended Kinney re- a March I district court ceive counseling for 18 **AIR CONDITIONED**
tives, it enables them to Police Squadron. ceive psychiatric counsel- He is charged with re-
conviction for impaired moving cattle before fulfil- months and not drive, a fol-
carry on a telephone con- His wife, Rebecca, is the ing while in prison. He was driving. ling a mortgage or contract low-up to a May 29 sentence THURSDAY thru SUN DAY
versation from anywhere daughter Of Phil E. Eoodall credited with the days
in their office without hav- Sr., N . 37th Street, Gales- served in jail since was A bench warrant for his with the Chemical Bank of
for driving under the influ-
ence of liquor (second of-
JULY 12-13-14-15(4 DAYS)
ing to hold a receiver up to burg, and Martha E. Blehm captured May 2 in Fort arrest was issued. Jacques
of Center Street, Gagetown. Worth, Texas. was placed on 60 months’ Kirk L. Michael, 23, of fense) and driving with Thursday is “Bargain Nite” -- 8:OO
their ear. 4606 N . Sceger Street, Cass license suspended or re- Friday-Saturday-Sunday. . . . . . . . . .7:30 9:30
To the person on the other Kinney, 33, of 3694 Cemet- probation in September,
end of the line, the voice ery Road, Cass City, 1981, for delivery of LSD. City, was sentenced to six voked March 27, 1983, in Note: A l l Village, City, County and State Law Enforce-
sounds somewhat distant, pleaded guilty June 18 to A bench warrant was also1 months in the county jail Almer Township. A jury
so quality of reception is
not the best,
Francis assault with intent to rob
while armed. More than
issued for the arrest of Da-
niel M. Schwab, 21, for-
and two years’ probation
for felonious driving. He
found him guilty March 29
of this year.
ment Officers Admitted Free (Show Identification at
merly of Vassar Road, Mil- was fined $300 and assessed He was first sentenced to
I recently talked to an
executive who was using a promoted $1,000 was taken in the rob-
bery. lington, who failed to ap-
pear for sentencing on a
$500 court costs.
Michael pleaded guilty to
four months in jail, two
years’ probation, $400 fine
loudspeaker phone, to get the charge April 18, in con- and $200 court costs.
information for a story. charge of violating proba-
Admittedly, he gave me t ion. nection with an accident Donald F. Tedford, 43, of
He was convicted May 15 Nov. 20 in Elkland 5658 Briarwood, Millington,
the information I needed, Township which resulted in pleaded guilty Tuesday,
but still his use of that of violating it by failure to
report to his probation injuries to Lynn Zawilinski. July 3, to two charges of
phone bothered me. The Carl E. Freitag, 28, of felonious assault.
way I look at it, the only a ent last September, OC-
reason to use a loudspeaker to%er and November. 2380 Plain Road, Kingston, His plea was accepted
phone is so you can also do Schwab was placed on pleaded guilty to delivery and sentencing date will be
three years’ probation in of marijuana Nov. 9 in set, with bond continued.
something else. Caro. His plea was ac- Tedford was scheduled to
What that means to me, April, 1982, for unlawfully
driving away an au- cepted and sentencing go on trial last Thursday,
the caller, is that the person charged with assault with a
I’m talking to who is using tomobile.
the loudspeaker, phone Richard T. Neeley, 21, of dangerous weapon and as-
doesn’t consider our con- 10364 Lewis Road, Clio, was Corn Growers sault with intent to do bod-
versat ion import ant placed on probation for one ily harm less than murder
enough to give me his or year for receiving and con- in connection with the beat- What an Institution!
her undivided attention. cealing stolen property headed for ing with a hammer of
Katherine Ross last Aug. 21
_ ___ -
When I was talking to the over $100. COMING NEXT THURSDAY
He was also sentenced to in Arbela- Township. His
I couldn’t help but wonder 90 days in the county jail,
with serving of 65 days de-
Illinois plea bargain with the pro-
secution made the trial un-
Michael Douglas in
if he was also practicing his
golf putting on one of those layed. Work release DeKalb County, Ill., is the necessary. “Romancing the Stone”
carpet practice cups or privileges were granted. destination of the Huron
clipping his fingernails. Neeley was fined $1,000 and County Corn Growers As-
The other telephone de- assessed $300 court costs. sociation summer tour
vice that bugs me bugs a lot A jury March 28 found Aug. 22-24, open to
of persons. It’s the answer- him guilty of possession of everyone interested in corn
ing machine. “Hi, this is a stolen boat motor July 1, production. .
Bill, I’m not home right 1982, in Arbela Township. The group will leave Bad
now. At the sound of the Axe early Wednesday, Aup;.
buzzer, please leave your Post colors. TRIAL 22, and -visit the Pione&
Township. She was asses- seed processing plant at
sed $400 court costs. At the end of a two-day Constantine, Mich., and ob-
trial June 29, a jury found serve Pioneer variety
William C. Tribbey, 22, of Wayne A. Tabar, 35, of 7’690 trials.
8471 Willard Road, Mil- Canboro Road, Owendale, Later that afternoon, the
lington, was placed on three innocent of larceny in a tour will stop at the New
FRI. thru THURS., JULY 13-19 years’ probation for at-
tempted unlawfully driving
building. Energy Co. of South Bend,
Ind. This plant is a new 1984 6 C S-IS PICKUP
M 1980 FORD S O
FIRST AREA SHOWING! away a motor vehicle, a pic- facility processing corn al- Super Truck, Loaded, Black, Re- Automatic, Reduced In Price!
kup truck, Feb, 15 in Mil- He had been charged with cohol and various other duced.
lington. stealing a bottle of wine corn by-products.
He was also sentenced to
from Ron’s Market in Un- Thursday, a tour of the 1983 BUlCK SKYHAWK 1979 cHR(RoEr
ionville May 13, 1983. Chicago Board of Trade, Low Mileage, Automatic, Sharp,
along with a program on SAVE. AI
B W VAN
“option” trading, will be Super Clean, Tilt, Cruise, Air,
the morning program. 1983 DODGE OMNI Cassette Tape, 9 Passenger, 2 Tone
After lunch, the group 4 Dr., Real Clean, Priced To Sell, Paint, MUST SEE!
will hear a speech by Bill Low M ileage.
Mullins about developing a 1979 CHEVROLET
Sunday -- 2:30 till 6:OO Adults ... $1.50 i 1982BUlCK CENTUIW UMlfED
FRIDAY thru THURSDAY, JULY 13-19
farm marketing program.
Mullins is past president of
the National Corn Growers
I 4 Or., Front Wheel Drive,Loaded. % TON PICKUP
4 Speed, 32,000 Miles, ONLY
I 1982 6M PICKUP Ji TON $3695.00
I Two days ago this girl showed up naked at the Statue of Liberty, That evening will be
spent with members and of-
Clean, 6 Cyl.
1976 PW S
For Alan h e r , it was love at first sight. ficers of the DeKalb County 1981 BUCK SKYLARK Sport Coupe, Red, Real Sharp, 1
Now, everyone is chasing her... Corn Growers Association. 4 Dr., Automatic, A.C., Cruise And
The group will visit the De- Owner.
trying to prove she‘s a mermaid. More, Clean, ON LY $3995.00
Kalb ‘variety trials and
learn of other activities in
which the association is in-
90 0 t h ~ d C e r ~& l& TO C ~ W MFMI
U - A l l AT SPECIAL PRICES!!*
Friday morning will be
spent touring DeKalb
County farms. Stops will in-
.C. .CAB’ is ‘ANIMAL HOUSE on wheels!’ clude grain storage
n Hollvwood Aewrtar facilities, computerized re-
cord systems and ridge till
Cost of the trip is $120,
payable to the Huron
County Cooperative Exten-
sion Service, 104 County
Building, Bad Axe 48413.
For further information
contact J i m LeCureux a t
BUICK - PONTIAC - GMC
hey wonV stop ’til they get to the top. the extension office. The M-24 & FRANK ST.
trip is sponsored by the
V’.in “THE NATURAL”
Next: Robert Redford Corn Growers and Exten-
n*flri-cIrv CASS CITY CHRONICLE-T:HURSDAY, JULY i2.1984 CASS CITY. MICHIGAN
Mmy In Store
IGA TABLERITE*BEEF *BONELESS IGA T A B L E R I T E ' @MIXED
FAMILY PAK 5 Ibs. OR M O R E
Chuck 8 1 59 Pork Fresh Homemade
Ground Steak.. I . Ib.
Chops OUR SPECIAL THIS WEEK
ECKRICH * S M O K E D *BEEF S M O K E D OR
Polish Sausage. ... Ib
5 0c off
FRESH FROZEN *5 Ib. Pkg.
Ocean Perch Fillets.
Ib. 16-20-24 Piece Buckets - Regular Only
-Health &Beauty- Also: We have on request
Meat Barbecued Chicken -- % or parts
ECKRICH 012 02. .
Pka. * H A M o r Koegel Sale 011 oz Btl * S A V E Boc:
REG U LAR C O N DIT IO NIN G F O R MU L A
* Spare Ribs *Polish Sausage * Potato Wedges
Beef Ring FRESH SALADS
Smorgas Pak Bologna. Head & $259
Shoulders. . . All Kinds Every Day by Leon's
.. .. .. .
5 Ib. Box Skinless
L O U I S R I C H *SLICED r 8 0 2 . Pka $129 franks 5 Ibs.
* C O N C E N T R A T E D = 7 02. * S A V E 87C
Turkey. . Viennas.. .... 599
10 Ib. Box
*REGULAR = U N S C - 3
O V E N - F R E S H * 1 '12 Ib Loaf
. . . . . . . $29D WhrteBread
02 Pkg * S A V E 70C
Polish Secret Solid
LOUIS RICH SLICED -8 OL Pkg.
Sausage. . . .. . *REGULAR * U N S C * 1 2 5 O L Btl * S A V E
Secret Roll-On . .. . . .
SMOKED OR O V E N - R O A S T E D
... . . q 2 a $1 ... $1
.. .. 59
Foot Long KEEBLER *CHOC * P E A N U Y BUTTER * l o 5
$219 Swirly-Q's.. . 59 01
- C - D - 9 V - 2 ct. Pkg - S A V E 8oc
Hot Dogs Duracell Batteries. .
m O . . .
Town House Crackers $1
KEEBLLR 016 OL. P k g
LONDON'S Qsl. Jua
IN STORE SPECIALS Frozen- 59
. . . . . ~ .1
2%LowFat IN ALL DEPARTMENTS F A M E 012 OX Can
Juice . . .. 8SC M A C K I N A W M I L L I N G CO *lV4 Ib
Honey & Bran ..
----.- m m - - o - - ----- 1
SupirMotsf' Cake M-IX
B One package of Betty Cracker'
Potatoes (any size or flavor)
C One Dackaqe of B e t t y Crocker' I
HamburgerHelper' o r Tuna Helper. I
F A M E *WHITE * A S S O R T E D P A S T E L S TOMATO DOWNY * A S S O R T E D VARIETIES *SLICED
11-Ply I I Del Monte I I Fabric uncheon 0 One tub of Betty Crocker' Creamy I "?
L i m i t 1 04 Roll Pkg Limit 1 '44 oz Jug
L i m i t 1 -64 02. Jug. . .. . . . .. $1 IMeats
991 Limit 1 - 1 Ib. Pkg. . .. .. .
_-_+ ~ - - ~
CASS CITY MICHIGAN CASS CITY CHRONICLE-THURSDAY, JULY 12,1984 PAGE SEVEN
Kingston girl's pet
Bii wins dog show
Cass City]/Food lineI Becky Ernst, Kingston,
and her dog Annie won the
best in show award at the
July 4th festival children's
Sarah Edzik, Cass City.
The best costumed dog
was a three-way tie bet-
ween Oliver, owned by
NEW STORE HOURS: dog show put on by the Sarah Willard, Kingston,
Thumb of Michigan Dog and Tigger and Kippy.
Open to 7 p.m. Mon., Tues., Wed.; Thurs. and Fri. to 9 p.m Fanciers. Joe Harper, Caro, and
Sat. to 6 p.m. Annie also won the best- Russell Grieve, Kingston,
looking dog and longest tail won the large jar of milk
NOTE: Not responsible for errors made in printing. QUANTITV RIGHTS RESERVED. categories. bones by guessing the
The dog show was the closest to the correct
fifth one the Dog Fanciers number of bones. The 50-50
Rug Doctor Steam Cleaning 1 I Food Stamps & WlC I sponsored, and the crowd
was large. However, the
drawing was won by Larry
I; Equipment to Rent
I \ Coupons Gladly Accepted number of dogs entered
Dickinson of Deford.
was down this year, accord-
ing to President Judy
We Have New Pack Garden Seeds PACKAGE LIQUOR . Rocheleau.
In Stock Now.< Beer & Wlne To Go Other winners were best
.tricks and smallest dog,
Cathy McNulty, Romeo, The Veterans of Foreign
with Kippy ; best-behaved, Wars Post 3644 Auxiliary
Libby, owned by Bobbi
lt has always been our goal to
save you money on your weekly
Fischer, Cass City; largest
will hold its monthly meet-
ing Tuesday at the Cass DOG DAY AFTERNOON -- Sarah
dog and longest ears, Tig- City Gun Club on Englehart Willard, 7, of Kingston, leads her dog
- i-wocerv bill... With our w w ESP
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Obituaries program set
Del Monte Chili Sauce,1 2 ~ ~ . .99 87 1 2 ~ NEIL McBRIDE day a t Standish Community
She was born Oct. 21, "Reading Rainbow," the
Neil Angus McBride, 78, Mrs. Odell was born Oct. 1909, in Sheridan Township, Public Broadcasting Sys-
Easy off Oven Cleaner 16 2,05 of Vassar, formerly of Bad 17, 1915, in Novesta Huron County, the daugh- tem television program
OZ. 2.25 ~ O C Axe, died Monday a t the Township, just outside of ter of Neil and Meadie aimed at encouraging
Vassar Rest Home after a Cass City, the daughter of (Watson) MacCallum, elementary school age chil-
lengthy illness. Miss MacCallum mar- dren to read, begins its sec-
Pillsbury Brownie Mix 22.5
Fred and Mary (Justin)
02. 1.53 1.36 176 in
He was born Aug. 21,1905,
She married Harvey
ried Milton G. Stevens Oct,
20, 1963, in Sheridan
ond season Monday on
Sanilac County, the son of Odell in, 1932. Odell died Township. They lived in It will be aired Monday
wet Ones Towelettes 70 ct. 1.69 le34 3 5 ~
Alex and Janet (McPhail)
May 27 a t age 70.
Mrs. Odell was past pres-
Saginaw, where Mrs. Ste-
vens worked as a nurse's
through Friday, starting at
McBride married Margu- ident of the Whittemore aide a t Saginaw General All of the books featured
R e d K a r o Syrup Qt.
erite Petzold June 20, 1933, Women's Club and quite ac- in the 20-program series
1.85 la69 l6C in Bad Axe, making their
home in Argyle Township,
tive in the F a r m Bureau.
She is survived by two
She returned to Sheridan
Township in 1978. Stevens
are on display a t Rawson
Memorial Library, along
moving to Bad Axe in 1947. sons, Basil O'Dell, Hale, died Nov. 7, 1971. with flyers describing each
Spray N Vac Rug Cleaner 2402. 2.89 2m64 25C Mrs. McBride died July 18, and Tom Odell, St. Charles ; Mrs. Stevens was a
member of Echo Chapter
program. The books can be
1945. a daughter, Leila Odell, checked out starting Mon-
He had been a member of Whittemore; 13 grandchil- No. 337, Order of the East- day.
Smucker's Strawberry Jam 2 Ib.
ern Star, Cass City and the
2.55 2e27 28C
the Ubly Lodge No. 384 F
and A.M. ; a life member of
dren, and nine great-grand-
children. Fraser Presbyterian
Tyler Lodge No. 317, F and A prayer service is Church.
She is survived by one
Borateem Dry Bleach 61 oz.
A.M., Cass City. He was scheduled for Wednesday
2.49 2m19 30C also a member of the Bad
Axe United Methodist
evening a t the Forshee
Funeral Home, Hale, and
brother, Angus MacCal-
lum, Ubly; three nieces, authorizes
Church and the Indepen- and two nephews. Two
Kraft Marshmallows IO oz. "67 *'I moo 34c dent Insurance Agents As-
sociation of Michigan.
He is survived by four
services a r e scheduled for
Thursday afternoon, at
Missionary Church, Cass
City, Rev. Robert E. Taylor
brothers, William and Mal-
colm, and one sister, Mary,
preceded her in death.
Mueller's Elbow Macaroni 16
sons, Wayne McBride of officiating. An Eastern Star memo-
02. " .79 a 59 20c Grosse Pointe Woods,
Harry McBride of Bay City,
Burial will be in Elkland
rial service was held Thurs-
day a t Little's Funeral
The Elkland Township
Board Monday evening au-
Jerry McBride of Detroit Home. thorized the Tuscola
and Charles McBride of Funeral services were County Road Commission
Vassar ; fourteen grand- held Friday afternoon at to spread 200 yards of
EFFIE MAE STEVENS gravel for patching on
children and one brother, Little's, Rev. Robert Von
Marwood McBride of Bad township roads.
Effie Mae Stevens, 74, of of Harbor of- It also reviewed the 1983-
Axe. Ubly, died Tuesday, July 3, ' i ~ was in Erskin
~ ~ ~ ~ . 84 audit and appointed eight
A Masonic memorial ser- a t Hills and Dales General election workers for the
vice was conducted Tues- Hospital, after a lengthy ill- Sheridan
Aug. 7 primary.
day evening a t Little's Fun-
eral Home, Cass City+
Funeral services for Mr.
Rrporl of Condition of - T
McBride were Wednesday
afternoon a t the funeral of Caea Citv, Miohiaan And Foreign and Domestic Subsidiaries, at the close of business
"Good for Your Health" home, with Rev. Eldred June 30. , I S M , a State banking institution organized and operating under the banking laws
of this state and a member Of the Federal Reserve System. Published in accordance with a call made by the State Banking
CRISP Kelley, of the Evangelical Authorlty and by the Federal Reserve Bank of this Dlstrkt.
Free Church, Cass City, of-
Head Red Vine Ripened
f iciating .
Burial was in Colfax
Cemetery, Bad Axe. AWETS
Dollar Amounts in Thousands
1. Cash and balances due from deposltqry Institutions:
a. Nonlnterest-bearlng balances and currency and coin' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.a.
MARJORIE ODELL b. Interest-bearing balances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l.b,
2. Securlties (from Schedule RC-B). ........... ........................................ 2.
Marjorie Leila Odell, 68, 3. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell. . . . . . 3.
4. Loans 8nd lease flnanclng receivables:
of Whittemore, died Mon- a. Loans and leases, net of unearned income (from Schedule RCC). . . . . .
b. LESS: Allowance for loan and lease losses.. ............................
O0 Foster c. LESS: Allocated transfer rlsk reserve.. .................................
d. Loans and leases, net of unearned income,
allowance, and reserve (item 4.a minus 4.b and 4.c). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
grandparent 5. Assets held In trading accounts.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6. Premises and fixed assets (Including capitalized leases). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7. Other real estate owned . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
I b. eligibility 8. Investments In unconsolidated subsidiarles and associated companies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9. Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstandlng . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10. Intangible assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l lo*
Persons who are 60 and 11. Other assets (from Schedule RCF). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
lolder and have low income 12. Total assets (sum of Items 1 through 11). ................................................ 12.
may be eligible to be a fos- MsaorPnda - Deposita of S t a t e Money - Michigan 6
ter grandparent. Wtcludaa crrh itomi In process of collection snd unmstd debltr. 4
Participants can earn as LIABILITIES Dollar Amoun
much as $2,000 a year tax-
free. The program also pro- 13. Depoalts:
Jumbo Red vides a transportation allo- a. In domestlc offices (sum of totals of columns A and C from Schedule RC-E) 13.e.
wance, lunches and an an- (1) Noninterest-bearing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13.a.(1)
nual physical examination, (2) Interest-bearlng . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13.a.(2)
Onions plus an opportunity to share b. In foreign offlces, Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs . . . . . . . . . . . .
(1) Nonlnterest-bearlng ............................................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
WASHINGTON STATE time with children with spe- (2) Interest-bearing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...............
cial needs. 14. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.
Bina For more information,
call the Human Develop-
15. Demand notes Issued to the U.S. Treasury ................................
16. Other borrowed money .................................................
ment Commission toll-free 17. Mortgage Indebtedness and obligatlons under capltalited leases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17.
a t 1-800-292-3666. 18. Bank's llablllty on acceptances executed and outstandlng ................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.
19. Notes and debentures subordinated to deposlts ........................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
20. Other liablllties (from Schedule RC-G) .................................... ...............
21. Total liabilities (sum of Items 13 through 20) .............................. 21.
MrJarmer 22. Limlted-life preferred stock, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
23. Perpetual preferred stock ..............................................................
a Readand Use : 24. Common stock ....................................................................... 24.
25. Surplus .............................................................................. 25.
28. Undivided profits and capital reserves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26.
CHRONICLE 27. Cumulatlve foreign currency translation adjustments ......................................
28. Total equlty capital (sum of Items 23 through 27) .........................................
29. Total Ilabllltlos, limltd-llfr preferred stock, and equlty capltal (sum of Itom$ 21, 22. and 2t3) ...
CLASSlFlED ADS i
To sell o rent a farm
r i 2 pres,, of the above-named bank do hereby daclsre that this Report of Cdndltlon
: To sell or buy livestock : 'I M k . : ; t b B : ; "
has been prepared In conformance with the Instructions issued by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
r To sell or buy implements : and the State Banking Authority and is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
I To profitably sell or buy i We, the underslgnoddirectors, attest to the corrsetness of thls Report of Condition and declare that It has been exemind
by us and to the best of our knowledge and Mlrf has bsen prepared In conformance with the instructionn48sud by the
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Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the State Banking Authority and is true and correct.
A. R. Randall Exec. Vice Pres.
I: The Classified Section is Slgnalure of offlcsr muthoriml to 8iQn report
il Where Interested :
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CASS CITY CHRONICLE-THURSDAY, JULY 12,1984
CASS CITY, MICHIGAP
shire, George Ridge - 39.
Flight No . 3 - Doug
Horner - 41.
Flight No. 4 - Jim Apley,
in church loop
Billy Coston 20 Rich Tate - 40.
Newel1 Harris 20 LADIES' GOLF Lamotte retained its Icud Smith took the loss.
Clint House 19 in Cass City Church Softball First Baptist Church de- out in the eighth brough
Bill Kritzman 19 League action last week, feated Novesta Church of two men home. I n the bot
FLIGHT I tom of the eighth, Defort
Dale McIntosh 19 Linda Herron 23 defeating the Catholics4-3. Christ Tuesday. 5-4. The
Carl Palmer 19 Keller was the winning Ihptists were behind 3-1 batters went down 1-2-3 tc
Mary Rabideau 20 give Bill Bader his fifth win
Elwyn Helwig 18 Toby Weaver 20 pitcher. Gary Robinson after one inning, but rallied
Don Ocvry took the loss. in the fifth behind Rill Mike Wilson was the losink
18 Linda Helwig 19
Alva Allen 17 In other games last Bader's triple and scored Pitcher
Linda Marshall 19
Clark Erla 17 Colleen Krueger 17 week : three runs to even the The Novesta Church o
Dick Wallace 16 Dotty Scdlon 17 Trinity United Methodist score. Christ team defeated tht
Gene Kloc 15 Michelle Zdrojewski 16 defeated Shabbona, 11-1, In the sixth, Ray Ferris Evangelical Free Church
Jim Peyerk 15 Nelle Maharg 15 with Randy Kozan the win- walked with one out, gained Fraser Prcsbyteriar
Joe Viney 11 Velma Pomaville 10 ning pitcher. Rob Smith second on another walk, Church team last Thurs
Maynard Helwig 10 Elaine Proctor & was the loser. stole third, then reached day, 6-1. Winning pitcher
Trinity gained its second home on Chuck Hartwick's was Dave Speirs. Paul B l k
FLIGHT 2 FLIGHT I1 win of the week in extra in- sacrifice fly to left to seal took the loss.
George Bushong 24 Jean Palmer 22 nings, 6-5, over the Deford the win. Bader was the win-
Kim Glaspie 23 Eleanora Rees 18 Blue team. Mike Stec was ning pitcher; Skip Speirs The standings :
Phil Gray 23 Enid Craig 18 the winning pitcher. Dave the loser.
Ken Zdrojewski 23 Norma Wallace 17 Thursday night, the Bap- W t
21 Sandy Robinson 17 Farm Burpnu tists defeated the Deford Lamotte 9 (!
20 Georgine Jensen ' 17 Green team, 8-6, in eight
Trinity 7 3
18 Vera Ferguson 16
THE league League Tigers, who went undefeated and eridorses Catholics 6 3
Doris Golding 16
'14 took the MINORtitle. First row, from left, Eric Gabler, Ben Chris Hartwick led the
way with a double, single
Evangelical-Fraser 6 4
J a n Kritzman candidates First Baptist 5 5
Russ Richards 17 Pat McIntosh and four RBIs. Ron Ouvry Colwood 3 6
12 Hockey, Kevin Little, Bill McPhail, Lyle Second row, Jeff
Schott, Billy Asher, Jeff Swiderlski. Severance. Third
AgriPac, the political ac- added two singles for the
Hartwick's single with
Deford Blue 4 6
Joann Brown tion a r m of the Michigan Shabbona 3 ti
Dave Hoard 15 Church of Christ 7
Gary Jones 15 FLIGHT 111
row, Todd Diebel, Greg Levalley, Marc Wallace. Fourth Farm Bureau, has en-
the bases loaded and two Deford Green
Roger Reid row, coaches Gary Diebel, Ken Scholtt and A1 Swiderski. dorsed 77th District State
15 Marilyn Carpenter
Rep. Dick Allen (R-Fair-
grove) and 78th District
Kings bow in
Charles Tunis 13
Mary Lou Murdock i: Poll shows college support Rep. Keith Muxlow (R-
Browncity) for reelection.
18 Allen will be opposed by
FLIGHT 3 Lil Jaroch 18 Democrat Duane Harder of
Bill Ewald 27 Verna May MacItae 18 I
Sebewaing in the
Randy Sherman 25 Shirley Ruschlen ]ti A higher education poll to yi*ovideservices and for munity college millage in- November election. Mux-
Phil Robinson 23 Rin DeLong I O conducted for the State higher state aid to univer- creases. That compares to low is unopposed. Croft-Clara saw its hopes two hits in the victory. Ken
Roger Marshal 1 21 Phyllis Ridge I O Board of Education shows sities which agree to freeze a nearly equal percentage Michigan Farm Bureau of a first-place tie in the ' Martin was the winning
John Smentek 21 Jane Fuester "9 public support for higher tuition rates. ( 6 8 ) which give their col- Vice-president Jack Laurie Flint Fastpitch League dis- pitcher.
Noel Maurer 20 community collegc district The poll showed 67 per- leges excellent or good rat- of Dodge Road, Cass City, appear Tuesday as the Mitchell Corp. of
Jim Burleson 19 "Points to be adjusted. taxes is needed to continue cent would vote for com- ings. is AgriPac chairman. team collected only two hits Corunna took both games
Karl Carter 19 The poll also showed 72 Its other endorsements against Hugh Harris as during the July 4th Fet
Gary Diebel 19 percent believe four-year included 8th Congressional Nite Cap downed the Kings V a l , 4-2 and 7-1. Croft-Clal a
Larry Davis 17 colleges which freeze tui- District US. Rep. Bob 1-0 in the opener of the doub- scored early in both games,
Nat Tuttle 17 tion should get more state Tsaxler (D-Bay City 1, who leheader. but Mitchell's key hits and
Keith Adelberg 16 aid, which was a feature of is opposed by Republican The Cass Cityans had Croft-Clara's timely errors
Doug Horner 16 the governor's original John Haussner, a retired runners in scoring position allowed Mitchell to score
Ken Jensen 16 budget proposal. farmer from Marlette. in both the first and second seemingly at will.
Bob Ridenour 16 The first-ever survey of innings, but could not get a To end the third round of
Anton Peters 15 public attitudes on higher run across. Harris was league play, the Kings will
Jim Mastie 14 ducatiori also showed ss Winners told tough and didn't allow face Snitko and American
Tom Schweigel 12 ercent believe that plan- another base runner, strik- Collision this Thursday
Ken Maharg 11 ing and coordination for Winners of the raffle for ing out eight in the last five night at Whaley Park.
Ron Ouvry 9 olleges and universities the Thumb National Bank innings. Helwig was tagged
and Little Caesar's fast- with the loss. w t
qould he donc by the state Nite Cap 13
FLIGHT 4 oard. pitch team were drawn In the second game,
Rich Tatc 27 Croft-Clara 13 3
Colleges currently oper- July 4. First prize went to Croft-Clara claimed sole AUL
American Collision 10
Bill Learman 24 te independently. with Rick VanVliet. Dan Erla possession of second place
Ron Nurnberger 24 oards making policy and won the second place award by defeating AUL 2-1 in
Bert Althaver 23
Wendys 4 11
rogram decisions. and Dan Ware the third eight innings. Doug Elbers Nestor's Club 4 11
Jim Apley 23 prize in the 50-50 drawing. and Jeff Hartel each had
Dennis Regnerus 23 Snitko 2 12
Terry Blanchard 21
SUDW Summer Discount S d d
Dick Rick 21
Wally Marston 18
Jim Jackson 17 - -
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SPEEDY BED -- The "Big Red 1" sponsored by Cass
Tom Sutter 12
Bob Walpole 12 City Sports took the women's division title at the bed race. AFTER SHAVE LOTION 4 'h m o t .
Harold Sweeney 11 4.29 VALUE
Lou Horner 9 From left are Lori Calka, Joan Hahn, Sheryl Ganley on thle 2.49
bed, Tracy Grindey and Ruby Bryant.
LEAGUE HONOR ROLL
MFG Coupon'2 00
Low Actual Round for On Prckrps YOUR
Year - Bill Kritzman, Jeff NETCOST ... .
MacKenzie, Dale McIntosh
WEEKLY R# r u r r r m - a
Flight No. 1 - Jeff Mac- I k U a ? l O W CALORIE SWEETENER I
Kenzie, Dale McIntosh - 35. I
Flight No, 2 - Dick Hamp- I
I WUTRA SWEET I
I 3 50 VALUE
I 50 PACKETS
Students go I NATURAL SUGAR TASTE
to cage camp
Cass City students Mark
Hirn, Jason McCallum and
Jurgen Roth attended a
i aNO-PEST'.HOME INSECT CONTROL I
P!!!F-? \ P
' 17.99 VALUE
one-week basketball camD
i L 4
a6ARDEN INSECT SPRAY
at Grand Valley State Col-
lege near Grand Rapids. I -
$,I ;I INDOOR INSECT FOGGER I
* Home Insect Control Ant L I
i - 3.00
Roach Spray Trigqer B o t i e 22 oz
The camp emphasized Patio Porch Yard or Ga*den
*Garden Insect Spray For
VALUES TO 3.98
22 02 Trlgger Bottle
Indoor Insect Fogger KIIIS Folds Settings
2 Heatto ~ ~ ~ ~
Morqultoes. Fleas Splders Compact Size
strategy, team play and Roaches and More
f ' i OZ Aerosol
ball-handling skills. There
were also daily instruc-
tions, presentations, league
play and basketball films.
The camp was €or junior
SPIFFY BED -- The Beverly Bells of Provincial House
won the best-dressed bed category at the bed race held
before the parade. From left are Marla Dickinson, Phyllis
DR. WEST TOOTHBRUSH
*SOFT *MEDIUM *HARD
NET COST.. 4 @'
and senior high school bas- Vernier, Jeri Sherman on the bed, Audrey Gremel and 89( VALUE 311.00
Sharon Bruno. LESSMFG.
I Mr. Farmer F2
Fiat trlm multl.tulled
mrndrd by Denllatm YOUR
NET COST Ooo
1 Read and Use
Portable, Directional Tilt
OperatesOn 2 "C" Batteries
- . Not Included
i CLASSIFIED ADS
I sell or rent a farm
To sell or buy livestock
To sell or buy implements
To profitably sell or buy
The Classified Section is
Where lntgreated ., .
Prospects Look First '
GOOD LEGS - Gettel's Girlies of Sebewaing won the men's division
of the Fourth of July Festival bed race, winning all four heats. From
left are Dave Bitzer, Kevin Rieman, Paul Treiber (in rear), Scott
Bitzer and Bret Bitzer. The Ben Franklin team of Matt Prieskorn,
Corner Store With More
I.-------.--j Mark Mozden, Dan Dickinson. Bob VanCamp and Tim Rlozden finished
CASS CITY,MICHIGAN C A S CITY CHRONICLE- -TMl
JRSDAY, JULY 12,19&1 PAGE NINE
Ten injured in 2 crashes heads
hospital had no record ot
Road was going to stop, so her-being treated there. The Cass City School
she braked and then Kevin L. Tomlinson, 20, Board was reorganized and
swerved to the right. of Colwood Road, Caro, a new regular monthly
The other car, driven by sought his own treatment meeting day scheduled a t a
Scott M. Thede, 19, of Sebe- after a 12:50 accident last day a t the high board Mon-
meeting of the school.
waing, did stop, then pro- ’Wednesday.
ceeded into the intersec- Cass City police said Because of a schedule
tion, then stopped again Donovan N. Vining, 21, of conflict with newly elected
when he saw Ms. 5164 Shabbona Road, De- trustee Kenneth Micklash
Zyrowski’s car, but it was cker, was turning left onto the regular monthly meet-
too late and the vehicles col- Seeger from eastbound ing will be the third Monday
lirlnrl Main and turned in front of of the month instead of the
second Monday. Supt. Don
Crouse said that it would
help the bookkeeping de-
partment in preparing bills
for board authorization.
In the annual reorganiza-
tion Dr. Ed Scollon was
reelected president. Louis
Horner won over Dick Wal-
lace for vice-president. Ben
Hobart was named secret-
ary and Wallace is the trea-
Contracts for two new
teachers were approved.
Julie Richards is the high
school special education
day, Cass City police re- teacher and Daryl Iwan-
ported, Hazel P. Thorpe, 73,
of W. Huron Line Road, FIVE INJURED -- Five teenagers were injured when kovitsch will be the high
school computer science
Ubly, pulled away from a this car driven by Christopher Tracy went off Phillips Road and math teacher. Jwan-
parking place by the north Friday evening into a ditch and flipped over. kovitsch will also coach
curb on Main Street, east of girls’ basketball.
Downing, and attempted to
turn left into a drivebay.
Instead, her car ran into
the right side of the
westbound auto of Robert
Chisholm, 64, of 6797
Deputies reported that
Kristin Pike, 18, of Union-
ville, was northbound on
Colwood Road, south of
Dutcher Road, at 2:30 a.m.
BISHOP’S INN of Bay City won the 12-team softball Saturday when a Dheasant_
tournament, winning eight of its nine games, including the struck her windskeld and sausage and hot dogs and this year than last. town. “It draws people into
July 4 championship game, 8-1, over Marlette Area Softball cracked it. kielbasa this year and last The demolition derby the community. I don’t
Ralph K. Chappel, 29, of money, although not a s year. “didn’t lose money,” ac- think people realize that?
Hitters. Front row, from left, Dan Dammen, Steve 6591 Harris Road, Kings- much as last year. “There was a nice crowd cording to chairman Dan The ultralight airplane
Malenfant, Rich Tahash, Dave Tahash, Bill Goss, Mike ton, was southbound on Rotary Club members out,” said Order of the Ulfig. The profit was re- demonstration, scheduled
Cemetery Road, north of
Tahash. Middle row, Gary Krueger, Dan Behmlander, Kelly Road, a t 8:33 p.m.
agreed they did as well at Eastern Star member duced by fewer than the ex- Tuesday evening, was can-
Scott Roach, Gary Spiker, Ken Gillard. Back row, coach their breakfast and after- Thelma Graham. She esti- pected 50 cars entering -- celled for a second year in
Sunday, according to Cass noon food sale in one day mated the crowd to be the derby organizers had to a row because it was too
Jerry Krueger, A1 DeShana, Dan Gillard, Mike Gillard, City police, when his c a r
struck a deer. as in 1% days last year. about the same as last year take purse money out of the windy. Ironically, it was
manager Richard Beane. They served pancakes and and the food profits higher gate earnings to pay the calm enough for pilot Bob
White of Car0 to make a
derby winners. Most of the
OwenlGage and state purse came from entry
Ulfig estimated the derby
grossed $2,000, and about
tkst landing on,the field be-
hind the high school Mon-
day evening and to fly to
Cass City Wednesday
500 persons paid to watch morning. He didn’t land
fight bookkeeping battle the cars demolish each
The tug-of-war attracted
New Century Bank, Bad scheduled public hearing
Axe, and First National on the 1984-85 budget, which
from the Goslin territory, Bank, Bad Axe and &be- was adopted. The budget,
now in the Cass City dis- waing. the same a s presented at
trict. The board voted to shift the June meeting, projects
Filing a plan to specify its First of America ac- total revenue of $1.2 million
how the deficit will be elimi- counts from passbook sav- and total expenditure of
nated in order to get per- ings to investment savings $1.3 million. With the loss
mission to borrow the accounts, which pay more being deducted from a
$550,000, he commented, interest. listed fund balance: of
would mean Owen-Gage $226,882, the budget pro-
was admitting it had a de- OTHER ITEMS jects a fund balance June
ficit. 30, 1985, of $125,519.
Owen-Gage pays its Twenty-four applications
teachers and other staff were received for the two Bids will be solicited for
every other week, year- cook positions at the reroofing the house the
round. Erickson said the elementary school, replac- school district owns in
district has enough money ing Mary McKellar and Sue Gagetown across from the
to make two more payrolls., Penrod, who retired. elementary school.
which, are about $30,000 Hired a s head cook was
each time. Delores Bencheck, who has The board met in execu-
The monthly financial been the cook’s helper at tive session for 35 minutes
statement presented to the the elementary school since to discuss teacher contract
board listed a balance on 1976. A second cook was negotiations. Continuation
; WHO NEEDS A CHAINSAW? George Kavach and Bob hand June 30 of $111,352. hired, but has since notified
elementary Principal wjl-
of the Michigan Employ-
ment Relations Commis-
: Fritz won the crosscut saw competiton by cutting through TEACHER LAYOFF liam Britt she now has sion Unfair labor practice
this beam in 8.39 seconds during the lumbermen’s another job, so another charge hearing the ‘hi-
competition at the festival. The board laid off high cook will be hired. Hired a s County Bargaining Associ-
school English teache’r the cooks’ helper, who will ation filed against the
Nancy Folk due to work every day, was Jes- school board, scheduled
“economics and declining sica Ricker. Monday and Tuesday of
enrollment. ” She h a s NO one from the public this week in Detroit, has
taught at Owen-Gage six commented at the been postponed.
The actual staff reduc-
tion will be at the elemen-
tary school, where there
will be seven teachers in
1984-85, one less than last
year, due to fewer students,
Two combination classes,
f irst-second and f ifth-sixth, Michigan’s first drunk On a country basis, the
will be eliminated. driving audit, authorized number of alcohol-related
The fifth-sixth grade under the 1982 drunk driv- deaths were 16 for 10,000
teacher last year, Kay ing statutes, showed a total people.
Erickson, who has taught of 561 persons killed in 509 According to the audit,
a t Owen-Gage seven or 7 % alcohol-related accidents out of 72,155personal injury
years, “bumped” Mrs. Folk during the 1983 reporting accidents in the state, with
from the high school posi- period. 107,930 persons injured dur-
tion, so will teach English The audit, compiled and ing that time, 13,875 acci-
there starting this fall. Mrs. released recently by the dents involved the use of
Erickson, the wife of the State Police, covered the alcohol, with 21,900 people
superintendent, taught E n - March 30-Dec. 31 period. iniured,
glish a t the high school be- The total numb& of fatal
fore transferring to the accidents in the period, 949,
elementary school. involved the deaths of 1,041
people, and more than half
REORGANIZATION those killed died in alcohol-
All officers were
reelected to the positiolns h
they held last year : Ronald Ubly school
Good, president ; Joseph
Warack, vice-president ;
Leona LaFave, secretary;
to vote again
Donna Salcido, assistant
secretary ; Jack Brinkman, The Ubly Board of Edu-
treasurer; Patrick Goslin, cation Monday evening de-
assistant treasurer, and cided to schedule a second
Donald Cummins, legisla- millage vote for building
tive liaison. maintenance.
School board meetings The special election, a t
will continue to be a t 8 p. m. which voters will be asked MOST BEAUTIFUL
the second Monday of each to amrove a one-mill tax baby in the fourth
month, usually alternating incrGse for two years, will of July Festival con-
between the high school lib- be-Sept. 4. test sponsored by the
rary and elementary school
Depositories for schlool
funds will continue to be
First of America Bank,
Gagetown and Owendale ; 431-325. ’ gan Road.
CASS CITY, MICHIGAN
PAGE TEN CASS CITY CHRONICLE-THURSDAY, JULY 12,1984
Owendale festival USE LOW COST CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED ADS
fin Transit (nonbusiness) rates.
10 words or less. $1.25 each
insertion; additional words 7
1 9 i 4 1)OIMiE piciup. goiod
motor. transmission neeids FOR SALE - 200 gal. oil FOR SALE - K m m m
repair. $100. Call 872-2502. tank on steel standard. $25 right d
Variety is what persons 1-7-12-3
will get at the Owendale
Main Street Summer Festi- ‘73 CHEVELLE - Body in -
val Friday through Sunday, good shape. Runs good. See
sponsored by the Commun- K u s s at Schneeberger Fur-
ity Club. niture, Cass City. 1-7-12-1
Friday, the three-day ~ ._-
softball tournament begins FOR SALE - 1 ton flatbled FOR SALE - baby crib com-
a t 5 p . m . The games will truck F 350 Ford, good wolod plete, full bed complete, 3/4
rollaway complete, cedar
begin at 9 a.m. Saturday hauler, $700, Call 872-2653.
and Sunday. chest, oak drop-leaf table
1-7-5-3 and 4 chairs, highchair, 30”
The Owendale United
Methodist Church will host
an ice cream social from
Bortel honored - . . .
SPITFIRE 76- 71,000, good stove. Call 872-4628. 2-6-28-3 FOR SALE - boy‘s bicycle,
condition. Needs minor
electric stove, 20” gas
tabletop Magnus organ, re- FOR SALE - 3M VQC 191 saw Craftsman, like new.
table saw 2 hp, like new,
with accessories; 18” chain
5-9 p.m. Friday. The family work. 2 new snow tires, AM- COUPON - - - -
versible anything. T. Phillips, 4533 West St ’,
program from 8-9 in the F M cassette. $1900 or best r------
r oven, wedding cake-top Ideal for Copies office or at Cass
small Mich. 48726,
park will feature the crown-
ing of the festival queen.
Seven or eight have
t o r agribusiness offer.Call 872-5328. 1-6-28-3 I
I with satin pillow, blue bat- home, etc. up to 14” long. phone 872-4422.
I hroom 5x8 rug. Call 872- $100. Call 872-2000. 2-6-28-3
I 2949. -
signed up for the pageant,
according to Owendale
Community Club President
Tuscola County Exten-
sion Director Bill Bortel
in an education role.”
The first show was put on
FOR SALE - 1976 Grenada.
Motor run5 good. $300 ar
best offer. Phone 872-3839.
kold Drink Thru July 15th I
I STRAWBERRY SPECIAL alfalfa, standing or cutting
- Pick your own. 3 Ibs. $1.00.
.. . ..
FOR SALE -second
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Sandra Parks. will be one of two recipients by 420 farmers and ag- 1-7-12-3 ! or Coffee Coupon I Sweet and plentiful. Open 8
The parade will start at
Farmer ribusinessmen serving on
100 committees “who plan- Koegeis Footlong $ 2 9
to 6 daily. Reynolds Berry
F a r m , 5861 Cedar Creek
FOR SALE - 1980 mobile
Ag- home, 14’x70’, 3 bedroom,
11 a.m. Saturday down
Main Street. The Lions Club
ribusinessman of the Year
ned the event and made
sure the work got done,”
1980 TC3 Plymouth Hori-
zon, new tires, extras, goold
condition. $2,850. 4793 N.
Hot Dogs.. . . . . .
1 Rd., North Branch, 7 miles
south of Marlette to
155 bath, $4,000 down, take
over payments, $137.99.
chicken barbecue will start The award will be pre- Bortel told the magazine. A Seeger, Cass City, phonie Burnside Rd., 4 miles west Phone 872-5184. 3-7-12-3
at 12:30 and run until “the sented during Ag Expo‘ ‘84 similar pattern was fol- 1-6-28-3 and % mile south. 2-7-5-2 CUSTOM BUILT home - 10
chicken runs out,” Mrs.
872-2650. Stacked Beef your minutes north of Cass City HOUSE--FOR SALE by
July 24-26 at Michigan State lowed for the 1977 expo. - ~-
Parks said. University. It is given to That was the last show, Pork BBQ on Bun choice FOR SALE - 1971Suzuki TS on Paved road, %loo square owner 3 bedroom ranch,
1983 TOYOTA Corolla, 4
The firemen’s waterball non-farmers who have because it threatened to be- Try our Homemade 400. Excellent condition. feet, large kitchen and liv- with fireplace on 1 acre,
Competition will start a t 1 helped farmers make sig- come so large the extension door deluxe, automatic,
AM-FM stereo, power Coney Sauce 5,000 miles. $550. Call 872- ing room, 3 bedrooms, l’/l southeast of Cass City.
p.m. About 4-6 fire depart- nificant changes. office would have had to 5383. 2-7-5-3 baths, situated on 5 acres. Natural gas, 112 c a r gar
ments will compete against Bortel will be honored for hire help to conduct it for a steering, power brakes, All at Priced in the 60’s. Land age. $29.900. land contract,
each other in the game, his leadership in creating 1978 expo. ”There was no well maintained. Excellent U-Foun-Dit
. > . -
act available. Phone t&ms available. Call after
which involves a yellow ball the Corn and Sugar Beet way one individual county car, $6400. Phone 872-5383. ARE you READY for “Old 3-7-12-6 5 :00,479-9618. 3-6-28-3
Corner of M-81and fashioned ice cream”?
hanging from a cable. The Exposition in October, 1976. extension office could carry 1-7-5-3 Deckerville Rd., Carc
teams compete to squirt the The show on the Dick on its work and the show, Open daily 8 a.m.-10 p.m. sodas, sundaes, J JJ J J J J J J J J J JJ J JJJJJ J J J J J J JJ JJJJ J ~ JJ J J J J J J J J J J J ~ ,
ball past a marked spot to Donahuc farm north of too,” Rortel said. FOR SALE - 1976 Chevrolet banana splits and cones. U-
win, she explained. Caro drew 115 exhibitors He then helped sell the Malibu Classic, 4-door, 350 2-7-12-1 Foun-Dit Donut, Sandwich , Real Estate J
and 10,000 farmers in two merits of conducting a state engine, 2 new tires,, new and Ice Cream Shop.
The children’s games will days. show on a permanent site exhaust, good gas mileage. FOR SALE - Sears swing Corner Of M-81 and TWO STORY HOUSE
J The first story is all remodeled, with two bedrooms down
be Saturday and Sunday. The show the next year to Cooperative Extension Phone 872-3842. 1-6-28-3 saw $100. Phone 872-2653. Rd*Open days til1 lo J and possible for 3 more bedrooms up. Cass City schools.
At 1:30 p.m. Saturday, the on the John Homakie farm Seririce Director Gordon 2-7-5-3 p.m. 2-6-14-5 J Has a basement with gas heat. Land contract,
sheriff’s department near Unionville, called Guyer. 1971 CHEVY pickup, half -- - J $36,000.
helicopter will drop candy Michigan F a r m Expo, had Bortel graduated from ton, body fair, mechani- KIRBY VACUUMS - Super VERY NICE Gospel re- J PRICE REDUCED ON THIS STARTER HOME
in a baseball field before 214 exhibitors and attracted Michigan State University cally excellent, new shockis, deals on all new Kirby cords, SO@ each; Christmas J A very attractive and well kept home on approximately
the games. 35,000 farmers. in 1956, was 4-H youth agent brakes and tires. Asking Hcritage vacuums now. tree, silver, 6% foot tall, J 2 % acres. New roof, aluminum siding, and enclosed
“We have a small area Those two shows, the in Livingston County, then $850. Call 872-5383. 1-7-5-3 Don’t wait. Buy from your $5.00; large suitcase, $3.50; J porch. Nice patio. Appliances and curtains and wood J
cordoned off and then we magazine says, served as was county agricultural local authorized dealer and grey curled fur double- J burner are included along with a storage building, Will
let the children in,” Mrs. the proving ground for an agent in Gratiot County for 1976 GMC heavy duty half- save. Service all Kirby vac- breasted winter coat, $5.00. take low down payment. 267-CY j
Parks said. annual outdoor farm exhib- 10 years before coming to ton pickup, power brakes, uums. ]-day repair service. Phone 872-2377. 2-7-12-1
ition, which since 1980 has Tuscola County, where he power steering, radio, a p - 90-days same a s cash on ap- 10 ACRE HOBBY FARM $35,900. Like II
Has ongoing amount of extras for a mere
The children’sgames will been conducted at MSU by has been extension director proximately 6,000 miles a n proved credit. Also good FOR SALE Crown a remodeled home with a basement, a large pond, a
be from 2-5 p.m at the foot- the Cooperative Extension since 1970. tires, new exhaust system, used (Kirbys) vacuums.
ball field. The games will Service. He and his wife, Nancy, new heavy duty shocks on Kirby of Bad Axe, phone camper, sleeps 7, furnace J granary, a large garage and other outbuildings. Located ,I
next to state land. Caro area. 601-HF
be carnival-type activities “Bortel isn’t onc to seek have two adult sons, David 269-7562, home office 479- and stove. Asking $1,200.
like dart tosses, ring tosses
and the duck pond, where
credit for proving that farm
shows work in Michigan,”
hack end. Call 872-3610.
1-6-28-3 6543. 2-7-12-5
2-7-12-3 ’ THE HALF WAY HOUSE
Halfway between Cass City and Caro that is. This is a
like new 3 bedroom home with IVZbaths, large living
kids catch plastic ducks to editor Dick Lehnert wrote FOR SALE - 1980 Yamaha
J room, huge first floor laundry and utility room. Lots of
YZ125G, rebuilt engine, ex-
win prizes. in the magazine’s J u l y 7 4-H to meet cellent shape; also pair ONE PAIR Cockatiels, J things stay with the home, private setting with paved
Saturday from 6:30-8:30, issue. “But here at Michi- Highpoint Motocross boots. female - opaline coloration, J road on a corner 1 acre landscaped lot. $ .
a hot air balloon will give gan Farmer, we believe he The Evergreen Guys and Call 872-2619. 2-7-12-1 male normal gray. Call J
did that. This year, we’re FOR SALE - “78” GS 1,000 after 4 :30 p.m., 872-3709. J
tides. Gals 4-H Club will meet at J
McLeod Realty, InC. J
Sunday begins with the giving one of our Ag- Suzuki, spring tune-up, new FOR SALE-- Tall man’s3- 10-7-5-3 j
ribusinessman of the Year the Cass City Recreation
continuation of the softball Park at 7 p.m. Monday for tires, chain, and sprockets, piece navy pin-stripe suit, _ .
J 844 Hooper St. Across from 7-11, Caro,
tournaments. At 2, the pony awards to William L. Bortel windshield, backrest and never worn, chest 44,waist Phone 673-6106 J
for his leadership in creat- a swimming party from 7-9 SIMPLICITY roto-tiller, J
pull will unfold by the foot- luggage rack. Phone 872- 38, pants unhemmed. SuDerrnatic, all-original J ~ g State Rd., Millington, Phone 871-4567
ball field. At the same time ing a farm show-for Michi- meeting will follow. 3709. 2-7-5-3 Phone 872-4403.
2-7-12-1 parts. $210.00. Call 269-2130. J
the girls will play the boys gan. He’s a model for others
FOR SALE - AKC regis- FOR SALE - Coronado win-
- . .
. . . - 2-7-12-3 J
J . .
tered yellow labrador re- dow air conditioner, works TWO RECLINERS - $70- J OPPORTUNITY
triever, male, g ! ~months good, $75. Also fuel oil bar- $40, good. 7Ik2 south M-81 on J 0
Find the Service or Product
You Need in this.. ...... Action Guide old. Has shots. Needs room rel $25, garage furnace $50,
to run. Call 872-2963.
M-53, green house, west J
set of green living room side, No. 2755. Other furni- J ‘JJJJJJJJ JJ,JJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJ-JJJ JJJJJJJJJJJJJJ,
2-6-28-3 table lamps, good condi- ture also, lamps, end ta- JJ
Commercial - Residential Far*m 3-6-28-1 J
tion, $20. Phone 872-5372. bles, carpet. 2-7-12-1n
WATERREDS. Factory di- 2-7-12-1
1231 Englehart Rd , Oeford
rect savings. Mattresses,
frames, sheets, acces-
sories. Waterbed Manufac-
turers of Michigan, 8625 M -
Puzzled? f For Rent If Real Estate
I I Phone 872-41 76 25, Sebewaing. Open Mom- Give a gift subscription to
Clare‘s Sunoco Service Clothes Caboose Monday thru Saturday day-Thursday until 5 :30.
.Tune Ups .Minor Repairs Infants’ Toddlers
*Tires , *Batteries 3 mo.. 24 mo. 2T. 4T
Hoircuts Prrrnr Mokr-up Friday until 8:OO. Saturday
*Grease 8. Oil Children’s 4-6X and 7.14 and Sunday until 5:OO. Call The Cass City Chronicle
Certified Mechanic Maternity Clothes also Available 883-3385. 2-7-12-1
Call 872-2470 120 W. Lincoln St., Caro Birthdays, anniversaries
3 FOR SALE - cedar posts,
peeled or unpeeled, 8-ft.
1 1 finished picnic tables; lawn Gift card mailed with
swings, wishing wells. Call each order
Cass City. 2-4-26-tf RED RASPBERRIES--- This 2 bedroom ranch home will be cool in summer and
Certified Mechanics Custom Sewing Fabric
thornless bushes, large ber- FOR RENT - one and 2 bed-
Phone 672-M84 has a fireplace to warm you in the winter. Farm
Complete Car Care Service .Alterations Crafts
Wrecker Service Notions
Pl~oonPhone 4534531 ries, pick your own, 65q lb., room apartments, North- kitchen with many cupboards. One car attached
through mid-August, con- wood Heights. Call 872-2300.
garage, large cellar to store produce or for work. 5 H 5
BEAUTIFULLY CRAFTED 4-7-12-tf
tainers furnished. Open
f1 fi REAL ESTATE BROKER
BUSINESS CARDS 8:00-5 :00 Monday-Satur- APARTMENTFOR RENT
__ __ -
Village Service Center
Designed to make that first Reynolds’ Berry Sunday. - 2 bedroom. $200 month
F a r m , plus security deposit. Call
Tires V.Belts Batteries Services impression a lasting one! 5861 Cedar Creek Rd., 872-4378.
Tune Ups Brakes Mufflers 4-6-21-4
Certified Mechanic Home-Commercial-Industrial Highest quality North Branch, 7 miles south - .- - -.
. . - -
177 N. State
FIFE Cass City Area raised printing of Marlette to Burnside ROOM FOR RENT - Very
TRASH COLLECTION 758 N. STATE ST.
In-form Pick Up L Dolivery
673.5244 Call Collect 313-798-8025
“Big Enough To Serve You”
See our new catalog.
Rd., 4 miles west, M mile reasonable, for lady or girl.
south. Phone 313-688-3559.
Kitchen privileges. Call 4-6-28-3 f
OPPORTUMITY CAR0 PH. 673-8153 3-6-28-1
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For Your Cass City Chronicle . -._- -
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FOR SALE - red raspber- FOR RENT - Storage space
_ - . Supplies! I Rich’s DisDosal ries. Also 8 ft. pickup for snowmobiles, cars, Real Estate
I _ l I ‘ I Residential i Cohmercial
3 I camper. Phone 872-2768.
Rubbish Removal trailers, etc. Behind Paint NEW ON THE MARKET
2-7-12-3 Store. Phone 872-2446 after
Croft-Clam Lumber, Inc,
Next Door Neighbor
Container Service Available -- . -
._ . . -- _ $14,900.00 - Land contract available on this cute, cozy, 1-
Cass City 872-2141
New Location OVER 30 Satellite systems 5:OO. Dale Damm. 4-5-24-3n bedroom home, Kitchen with stove, refrigerator and dish-
Adrrran Windows Call 683-2253 installed in the Thumb, _ _ -
washer, living room and nice size bedroom,full basement
Dexter Loch 218 N. State St., Caro, Mi.
both commercial and per- FOR RENT - 3 bedroom on 2% acres. 22’x22’garage also. Southeast of Cass City.
PrrfinishdPonekg Phone 673-3200 sonal. It pays to go with No. apartment, fully carpeted,
Mom-Fri. - 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m, We also now have a
1 in sales and service. stove and refrigerator fur- 11 Acres - 3/4 woods, the rest is cleared with a beautiful
Sat. - 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. BACK DOOR ENTRANCE 1
Richard’s TV, Appliance nished. $250 month plus de- building spot. 1/2 acre pond fully stocked. Land contract
and Sound Room, Cass posit. No pets. Phone 872- available. Southwest of Cass City.
Tuff=KoteDinol City. Phone 872-2930. 3989. 4-6-28-3
SQUl RREL’S Automotive Rust Proofing 2-7-12-2 Immediate occupancy - Lovely 3 bedroom, 1% bath home
NEST System 6 Waxing ”-
-- - FOR RENT - large 1 bed- on large corner lot in beautiful Cass City. Full basement
Kitchm 6 Bath Boutlque Gravel Guards. Running Boards LET AAUW help with your room, very modern, central with 11,$ car attached garage. This home has gas heat, fire-
call us for expert installation We Rock Kote Stone Chip Protection spring cleaning. We need air conditioning, textured place, plus a whole lot of extras. .09 percent land contract
also do custom and repair work
Factory trained, “We Do It Right ” Phone 873-5026 books for our annual book wallpaper, carpeted, utility financing .
Satisfaction guaranteed Open: Man,-Sat. 9-5, Fri. 9-9 sale. Donations can be room, in Caro, extra stor-
Phone 269.9585 placed at the Paint Store. age, first floor only, trash 40 Acres - 22 tillable farm land, 18 acres is wooded and
847 S. Van Dyke Bad Axe Call 872-4083or 872-3317 and pick up, workin only. $235 also has a 3/4 acre pond with beautiful building site.
I Cass City - 517-872-3758 I we will gladly pick up your per month. Ask f%rT r 791- Located south of Cass City. Land contract terms!
I! 0 ; 872-4701 I Hoir Svling books. 2-6-28-2eo 3614 after 5 p.m. 4-7-12-tf
Watch next week’s ad for our Sidewalk
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UNION VILLA APARTMENTS Days’ open houses! We will be display-
Carpet and Linoleum SpecirIiriq in Unionville, Michigan ing 4 homes on Saturday, July 21,1-4 p.m.
Cuttimg Stylimg Porrnr Kelly Smith - 872-2248
Tues L Fri - 8 a m -6 p m
Wed & Thurs - 8 a ,,1.+8 p m
Sales and Service NOW LEASING Marv Hobart --872-4661
Bill Hamilton 872-4625
Sal - 7 a.m -3 p m RABIDEAU MOTORS New 1 and 2 bedroom apartments. Reasonable
Phone (517) 872.351 1
rental rates. Martin Osentoski - 872-3252
Rent includes sculptured carpeting, all heat, water and
sewer. Range and refrigerator, rubbish removal,
drapes and garbage disposal.
Want Help Finding What You Want? Conveniently located on M-25. Call 51 7-674-2904
Try The Want-Ads Today!
CASS CITY, MICHIGAN CASS CITY CHRONICLE-THURSDAY, JULY 12,1984 PAGE ELEVEN
TURN DISCARDS INTO CASH USE LOW COST CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED ADS -
Real Estate I Real Estate I 1 Household Sales I [Notices) [ Services 1 [ Services 1
1 ForSale C ForSale J GARAGE SALE - 21 miles
cast of Cass City on M-81.
G R O U P GARAGE SAJX - LOST - children’s dome
tent, Saturday, 1 ’ 2 miles
Service - washer, dryers,
PIANO TUNING and re-
Pairing on all makes of
KINGSTON - 120 acres on COUNTRY L I V I N G hnmc - girl’s bike. aquarium,
LISTINGS WANTED - 1 1 immediate posxcssion. IICW Lots of baby and children’s Chevy truck dash, roll bar, west of Cass City near stoves, water heaters, re- Pianos. 20 Years’ exPeri-
Shay Lake Rd. 75 acres you have a home, farm or. clothes, in good condition, corner of Spence - M-81. frigerators. 4260 Woodland ence. Member of the Piano
cleared. 4 bedrooms, living, in 1977. 3 bedroom. base- children and adult clothing,
business you’d like to sell, ment, 3OO’x3’29’ lot. :3 car playpen, maternity clothes, lots more. Thursday and Phone 872-4232. 5-7-12-1 Ave., Cass City. Phone 872- Technicians Guild. Duane
dining, bathroom and call Kelly W. Smith at Osen- and miscellaneous items. 3697. 8-3-294f Johnston, Bad Axe, Mich.
kitchen, full basement. 30’x40’ garage, fireglacc, Friday, 9 :00-5 : 00,4581 West
toski Realty - office till 5:OO 14’x20’ breezeway, pavcd Thursday and Friday 9:OO- St., Sharon Erla. 14-7-12-1 . .-
. . 48413. Phone 269-7364.
Buildings need repair. Cash 872-4377 and after 5:oO 872- 5:OO. M. Mastie. 14-7-12-1 8-2- 1-tf
$50,000. Phone 517-872-3192. road and drivc. $10,000 Custom Butchering - .-.
2248. 3-2-24- t f down, 10 percent interest - --- 5 FAMILY yard sale --6 Bingo BEEF & PORK SHARPENING SERVICE
contract Phone 872-3948. GARAGE SALE - Saturday miles north, 2 east and
Cass City School District - and Sunday. Washer and (Hogs are scalded not - 2 miles south, 1 114 West at
GAGETOWN CEMETERY This 3 bedroom home has 3-7-5-4 north of Cass City. 4765 Every Sunday skinned 1 5870 W. Kelly Rd. Ed
5 lots for quick sale to set- everything and all the extras. I
gas dryer, Shop-smith, Moore Rd. Wednesday thru Spencer, 872-4512. 8-9-15-tf
chainfalls, antique pine Everybody welcome Check our prices on
tle estate for $500.00 for all. Kitchen range, refriger- FOK SALE - 1970 12’x60’ Friday 9 : 00 till 6 :00. half or whole
Telephone 313-666-9729 or ator, microwave, flowing Holly Park mobile home.
313-391 -3330. 3-7-12-3 well, low heat bills, low taxes. Good condition. Homey, I -
year-old Eurnace, stove, re-
cupboard, set of 5 wood
kitchen chairs, square oak
table, bedroom set, juke-
14-7-12-1 Doors open 6:00 p.m.
Bingo at 6:30 p.m.
Meat Wholesale and Retail fWANTED Camping tent1
Wanted to Buy
All situated on 41% acres, q3 frigerator, washer, dryer box. Lots more. 8750 N . Van
YARD SALE - iarge 4 fam- Gainor’s Meat
of which are wooded. ily yard sale. Lots of chil- St. Pancratius
LOT FOR SALE - Virginia included. Set up in Dyke. 14-7-12-1 dren and adult clothes, all 6 man - canvas. Must be in
St. James Bauer, phone 872- Located on a quiet road. Huntsville Trailer Court, I mile north, 1 mile west of good condition. Call 872-
sizes, clean and very Church
3635. 3-7-54 Priced in the low 30s. Cass City. Phone 872-4447. LARGE Y A R D SALE - reasonable. Tupperware, 5*7*5-+f Bad Axe. 5075 mornings. 6-7-12-3
Call 872-4377or 673-7777. 3-7-12-3 Baby, children and adult Phone (517) 269-8161
shoes, miscellaneous. Low
HOME SITE-- acres, lots
21/2 clothes, coffee table, end 269-9375
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prices. July 12-13, 9 till 5,
of Christmas trees and 9’2 FOR SALE - Mobile home, table. Thursday, Friday, July 1 4 , 9 till 3 . 6 miles south PURCHASE A N E W re- Dave Reed - 872-2827
wooded area, Hartsel and furnished, perfect for 1 or Saturday 10 till 5, weather of Cass City to Deckerville frigerator, range, washer, 8-9-30-t f
Sebewaing Road. Phone 2, $4,000. Call 872-5006. permitting. Corner Fourth Rd., 3 east to Lamton, 118 dryer or freezer on Friday _ . _
375-4127. 3-7-12-3 3-7-12-3 and Vulcan Sts. 14-7-12-1 south on Lamton. 14-7-12-1 the 13th and get $20.00 off AUCTIONEERING - see FOR SALE - John Deere
3-7-12-2 sale price. Richard’s TV,
Lorn “Slim” Hillaker. Top combine, “45,” low model,
Appliance and Sound dollar for your property. all bean and grain attach-
YARD SALE - Thursday, Room, Cass City. Phone Phone 872-3019, Cass City.
FOR SALE BY BOA. CALKA REAL ESTATE .....e.
Friday, Saturday, 10-5.4235
Doerr Road. 14-7- 12-1
872-2930. 5-7-12-1 8-10-3-tf
ments. Phone 678-4320.
TWO INCOME HOME: REMODELED - $365.00 income - . .--
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION!! ! SPECIAL at $29,900.00- a good investment here! GARAGE SALE - Lots Of Free Estimates BlownInsulation FOR SALE - John Deere
IN CASS CITY: A roomy family home situated on 4632 good baby clothes, also New construction rotary hoe $100; 24 ft. Kent
N. Seeger Street, Cass City, Michigan - aluminum siding RANCH TYPE HOME IN NEWER SUBDIVISION - 3 bed- women’s and men’s. Mis- on roofing, siding, Remodeling wheel harrow. Phone 635-
- storms and screens; 3 4 bedrooms; 1% bathrooms; rooms; large kitchen with dining area - garage attached; cellaneous. Thursday and insula tion, aluminum doors Additions 7341.
natural gas furnace - basement; study - 1 dormitory seller will hold land contract ---- $48,500.00 terms. 1M- Friday 9:00 till ?. 1 ’ 4 miles and windows and aluminum Garages
style bedroom in knotty pine - breakfast nook - comes
with new range and refrigerator; all drapes and
curtains; plus new 24x24 garage - 100 AMP electrical
PAINT BRUSH SPECIAL! ! ! Presently part rented for
south of stoplight in Cass
or Fiber Glass awnings Roofing, Siding
Pole Buildings (Livestock)
service with circuit breakers - nicely landscaped lot - beauty shop; 1 apartment has 4 bedrooms carpeted - lower YARD SALE - July 12, 13, Elkton Roofing FREE ESTIMATES FEEDER PIGS - 8 weeks
14 - ‘/z mile west, 2-r miles old. $30 each. Call after 6
flowers and shrubs, Immediate possession. Sellers may apartment with 2 bedrooms; needs some work- $io,Ooo,oo
north of Gagetown, 9-5. & Siding Co. Leiterman Builders p i . : 872-2860. 10-7-5-3
finance this home for you. Call right now for an with $1500.00down payment ---- Immediate Possession, Cass City
appointment! ! ! Harlequins, crafts, dishes,
tires, wood cook stove, etc. Phone 269-7469 Phone 872-3721
aluminum siding; 3 bedrooms; carpeted - Natural gas No early sales. 14-7-12-1 5-7-21-tf Licensed and Insured
REDUCED! ! ! furnace; gas hot water heater; Formal Dining Room; GARAGE--SALE - -July 12- 8-4-15-tf WANTED IN Cass City -
SPECIAL! ! ! LOW COST HOUSING --- 2 bedroom home built-in dishwasher; front porch; basement; very FREE HOME WATER
RICH’S DISPOSAL - Resi-
carpeted; natural gas furnace; well insulated - family in 13, 9-5, July 14, 9-12. Motor-
need of larger home - may trade - reduced from $16,000 to desirable location - nicely landscaped large lot for the cycle, miscellaneous items, analysis -Water King water dential and Commercial for early morning Detroit
children to play ---- all this for $30,000.00. clothing. 6646 ‘M’ St., very softeners and salt on sale at Rubbish Removal. Con- Free Press newspaper
.$12,000on land contract or will accept $10,500cash. Fuelgas, 4 miles east of tainer service available. route in village. Must be a
south end of Sherman St.
RETIREE SPECIAL!!! Frame one story home with 14-7-12-1 Cass City on M-53. Phone Call 683-2233. &2-12-tf minimum age of 11 and live
32 ACRES: SPORTSMAN’S PARADISE! !! 872-2161. 5- 1 -20-tf within village limits. Short
aluminum siding; 2 bedrooms; with beautiful brick FIRE-
1% story home with yellow aluminum siding; FIRE-
PLACE; large FAMILY size kitchen - Laundry room - base-
PLACE and new brick chimney - lots of kitchen cabinets;
all carpeted - 100 A M P service - circuit breakers - offered to
Notices 1 -
hours, excellent profits!
Call Mr. Schott 269-6368
ment; furnace plus woodburning add-on - breezeway - 2 car you for $14,000.00terms available. FLEA MARKET opening WANTED: EXHIBITORS EXPERIENCED from 5 :00-8 :00 p.m.
garage; WHITE CREEK THRU PROPERTY - many July 14, M-46 east of M-24. For Flea Market and 11-7-12-2
beautiful Pines - lots of deer, pheasants, rabbits, fishing, Complete Auctioneering
WILL SELL YOU 2 Acres or 20 Acres with 28x50’ brick Saturday and Sunday, 8 till Rummage Sale Service Handled Anywheie. -
etc. Sellers will hold land contract, 5, weather permitting.
home with Andersen Windows; all large rooms; 3 bed- July 19, 20 21, Cass City, . We Make All Arrangements. WANTED -Qualified swim:
rooms; large bathroom and laundry room; 2 sets of sliding Dealers wanted. Call 673- ming instructor for
. IN CASS CITY: 1112 story 5 room home - very neat in and out 2720. 5-7-12-1
during Sidewalk Sale Days. Our Experienqe Is Your
neighborhood kids in pri-
- close to schools, churches, playground, stores, etc. Hard-
glass doors lead to PATIO --- FIREPLACE - 200 A M P Assurance.
wood floors carpeted - basement; all modern kitchen; sun service - Patio 14x16’--- Your inspection invited! ! ! ! Sellers STRAYED TO MY home - Spaces available vate pool during early even-
will finance on land contract. Located only 21% miles from ings. Call 872-3112 after 5 : O O
porch; garage - offered to you for $42,500.00. Cass City.
young male Doberman Proceeds to Cass City Ira, David & p.m. 11-7-12-1
pinscher. Call 872-3298. Band Boosters
COUNTRY HOME: 1% story with 3-4 bedrooms; base- -- I 5-7-12-2 Martin Osentoski - -- - - ._ -
ment; 11/2 car garage attached; newly decorated - UNIONVILLE: SPECIAL! ! ! 3 story frame Unique
Call 872-4145 after 6 p.m. 872-2352WANTED - baby-sitter in
Cass City Phone Collect
WANTED Cass City for 2 children,
possession on short notice - $32,900.terms. home with several cupolas on the roof; FIREPLACE - 4 QUILT$ 5-6-28-3
bedrooms; carpeting; 1% bathrooms; Vestibule with 8-2-23-tf ages 3 and 5 . 3 to 5 days per
open STAIRWAY - lots of natural OAK trim - built-ins; FOR DISPLAY - week. Call 872-4049 after
TWO INCOME HOME with practically new aluminum
siding and roof; separate meters - good income --- $43,000.00 well insulated; many other features; REMODELED Thursday, Friday, WHY BE LONELY - 33, FAGAN’S THUMB Carpet 3:30 p.m. -- --
- - .- _ . .- .
terms. recently - plus large storage building - could be Saturday, working, cottage on lake, Cleaning - Dry foam or WANTED - baby-sitter in
converted into an apartment --- Zoned Business and wants husband. Cupid’s steam. Also upholstery and my home for newborn, day
60 ACRES - Close to Cass City - BRICK HOME with lots of Residential ---- Lot 99x165’ - $45,000.00. JUIY 19-20-21 Corner. We have nice wall cleaning. Free esti- shift, starting Aug. 20. Call
remodeling done; new carpeting - large barn; garage, etc. at couples, satisfaction, send mates. Call toll free 1-800- 8’72-5341. 11-7-1
$Ss,OOO.00 - seller will hold land contract - Immediate 79 ACRES: Close in to Cass City - Newly decorated home Presbyterian Church picture, description and 322-0206 or 517-761-7503. We
Possession. Cass City phone number to Veteran welcome BankArnericard -
DOCTOR’S HOME: RANCH TYPE HOME with aluminum
with 3 bedrooms; gas furnace; large barn- OWNER
RETIRED FROM FARMING ---- $60,OOO.00will hold land Sponsored by Elmwood Andrews, 902 Creswell, Master Charge.
Saginaw, MI 48601. Phone
siding; 7 rooms; Marble FIREPLACE; new Andersen contract. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. Missionary Society WILL HELP bale straw or
Windows; Family room; 15x17’ Sun Room - 26x30’ Call 872-3486 Chuck Gage hay. Call 872-2606. 12-6-28-3
Recreation room; 3 bedrooms; 24’ swimming pool - two car CLOSE TO CASS CITY: Blacktop road - 1v2 story very neat Or 665-2258
garage with two electric door openers - nicely landscaped - in and out home: 3 bedrooms; lots of storage room; 5-7-12-1 Strawberries Welding Shop WILL CARE- FOR elderly
$69,500.00. FORMAL DINING ROOM; hardwood floors; large family Heli-arc welding person in your home by day
size kitchen; Birch cabinets; breezeway; garage attached; NASCAR FANS - Got 3 or week, Have references.
extra super grandstand tic- You pick or ready picked. Specializing in aluminum,
I basement; 16x24’ storage building; treed 1V2 Acre lot - stainless steel, blacksmith- Call Debbie Davis anytime
priced to sell right away for $49,500,00. kets for sale for the Aug. 12 872-4795. 12-7-12-tf
SPECIAL! ! Reduced from $49,500. to $39,500. for race at M.I.S. Call 872-5052. 4 miles north of Imlay ing, fabricating and radi-
IMMEDIATE SALE ! ! ! In Cass City - Newly decorated 5-7-12-3 City on Van Dyke Rd. ator repair. e
home - practically new furnace; can be used as 1 large TW J HOMES FOR THE PRICE O F ONE! ! ! Situated on a Also portable welding
parcel of land 400x400’ - or will sell separately - let us tell
family or two INCOME - basement; garage - extra large HONEY FOR SALE - in Valley View All t w e s of welding
landscaped‘lot - VACANT ---- All of this for $39,500.00 - you about it! ! ! ! $40,500.00for both homes. your jars or ours - sold in
IN LOVING memory of our
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. small containers or large. 7062 E. Deckerville Rd.
COLONIAL HOME on Schwegler Road - 2 story - Vinyl Open evenings after 5 and Call 313-724-8026 Deford, Michigan father, Richard Cliff, who
siding ; 3 bedrooms ; 1YZ bathrooms ; Dining Room ; all day Saturday. 1314miles Open 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Phone 872-2552 passed away 15 years ago,
STARTER HOME IN CASS CITY: Cute two bedroom home Closed Sundays July 10, 1969. His five
- comes with refrigerator and range; basement; furnace FIREPLACE with wood-burning stove - circular driveway - south of Cass City. Millard 8-5-15-tf
-- $37,500.00. Ball, 3640 Cemetery Road, 5-6-21-4 daughters and family.
a and electric water heater - corner lot -- $21,000. FMHA . -
phone 872-3671. 2-3-1-3n %MER --H. FRANCIS,
5 ACRE ESTATE with over 3300 square feet of living space
surrounded with beautiful trees, shrubs and flowers; 4-5
Bedrooms - 4 bathrooms; Flag stone patio; FAMILY
STOLEN - Black lab, goes
by name of Snoopy, male,
years old, last seen on
licensed builder. New
homes or remodeling. Roof-
ing, siding, barns, pole
r Card of Thanks]
corner of Phillips and De- buildings. Phone 872-2921. WE WOULD LIKE to thank
ROOM WITH WET BAR - 2 car garage with openers; 20x40’ Now in stock Long Rds. Call 872-5459, 8-6-21-5 the village of Cass City and
in ground swimming pool; many other features ---- priced to ask for Pattv. 5-6-28-3
sell. all the people who contri-
Cass City buted to our annual Forget-
Near Gagetown: 24x64’ RANCH TYPE HOME with walk-
out basement; 8 rooms;4 bedrooms; 2 bathrooms; forced
I Services 1 CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING
me-not drive. God bless you
all. Disabled American
hot water heating system; gas fired; BRICK FIREPLACE Veterans and Auxiliary of
LOST - Kodak 600 camera, CURING, SMOKING AND Mathew Labric Chapter 50.
with heatilator; 20x24’ FAMILY ROOM: comes with TV Repair PROCESSING 13-7-12-1
appliances - large wooded lot 125x500’; $89,500.00terms. after parade, between Cass All makes
- City and DeLong Road, TUESDAY & FRIDAY
IN CASS CITY: Stately 2 story home with aluminum July 4. Phone 872-2478. Antenna and Towers (free IWISH Toexpress my sin-
siding; aluminum storms and screens; 4 bedrooms; 11/2 5-7-12-1 estimates). Appliance Repair Erla cere thanks to Drs.
bathrooms; FORMAL DINING ROOM; wall to wall Donahue, Hall and Is-
carpeting; very desirable family home with lots of room in 313-672-9440 Packing Co., Inc. terabadi and to the nurses
and out - extra large landscaped and treed lot; 1% car Call Any Time USDA Plant 1074 a t Hills and Dales Hospital
garage with lots of storage room; this home has had good Cass City 517-872-2191 for their wonderful care; a
AL’S TV SALES thanks for the visitors,
square feet of living space - 3% BATHROOMS; 2 care with “parklike grounds’’ - Asking only $55,000,00. This & SERVICE 8-8-4-tf
kitchens; inter-com - FAMILY ROOM with BRICK m e won’t last long! ! ! ! . -
cards, prayers and gifts.
FIREPLACE with wood insert - 18x20’ FORMAL 1453 Main St. LAWYER? Uncontested di- Clark Auslander. 13-7-12-1
DINING ROOM; many built-ins; plus another Snover, Mich. vorces, bankruptcies, $250. W -
BAY CITY-FORESTVILLE ROAD - RANCH TYPE HOME A1 and Bryan Pudelko E WISH TO -thank the
FIREPLACE IN BEDROOM (Master); Large 2 car with Brick and Aluminum siding; 6 rooms; Luxaire 8-1-5-tf Probate service. Attorney firemen, friends for their
garage; electric door opener; built-in desk, appliances - Furnace with forced hot air; all large rooms; 1 bath-
M 37 years. Donald E. Smith. help, food, clothing, gifts of
POND STOCKED WITH FISH - Patch of woods - black- rooms; 1680 square feet of living space plus full basement; Call (517) 883-3285. 8-10-6-tf money in our time of need.
top driveway - 6 miles from Cass City ---- Seller will hold 24x24’ two car garage attached; lot nicely landscaped special thanks to
land contract. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION! ! ! ! 198x200’- $75,000.00terms. Happy 50th Ken Martin Mr. 2’s
churches for their love of-
Tom Electric, Inc. PROFESSIONAL CARPET ferings and gifts. May the
Residential and Commercial AND UPHOLSTERY Lord bless each one of you.
Before Buying or Selling BUY A NEW color TV Fri-
day the 13th and receive an
additional $20.00 off sale
Commercial & Residential
Don, Lori Puskas and fam-
THE FAMILY OF‘ John
price. Richard’s TV, Free Estimates inexpensive. Palmer would like to ex-
See, Call or Write to: Appliance and Sound
Room, Cass City. Phone Phone 872-4114
Free Estimates press their thanks to Dr.
Jeung and nursing staff at
872-2930. 5-7-12-1 Road
4180 Hurds Corner 8-8-10-tf Mick Zawilinski Hills and Dales Hospital
Phone872-3725 for the care our husband
B.A. Calka Real Estate NOTICE - Wewill be closed
from July 11 thru July 27.
Clark’s F a r m Produce
8-6-16-tf and father received while a
Datient there. Also to Pro-
bincia1 House nursing staff
6306 W. Main St., Cass City Market, 4 miles east of Cass LARGE CAPACITY and Dr. Yun for the care
Phone 872-3355 City, 3 mile south on M-53. Arthur Brown received while there.
5-7-12-2 Cass City HYDRA-HOE Thanks to Little’s Funeral
WE HAVE A LARGE SELECTION OF FARMS - BUSINESSESAND . .. . For economical pond digging, Home for the help they gave
LARGER & MORE EXPENSIVE HOMES,VACANT LAND ditch cleaning, burying fence us a t the time of our loss. A
not shown here - please call office.
PERSONALIZED MATCH Well Drilling rows, stone piles, etc. special thanks to Rev. Pat-
BOOKS A N D WEDDING Also septic tank cleaning and
ton for his beautiful ser-
NAPKINS and installation, basement digging,
sand and gravel. Small bulldozing vice. Thanks to all for the
LISTINGS WANTED ON ALL TYPES OF REAL ESTATE Luscious colors Pump Repair work.
many cards and flowers
and to all who sent food to
[WE SELL FARMS AND HOMES AT 6%J STATE LICENSED our home and church. To
See new catalog for
IN TUSCOLA,HURON AND SANILAC COUNTIES latest designs & Son our wonderful neighbors
Phone 673-3800 Phone 872-3031or 872-5355 and the ladies who served
Serving the Thumb Area for over 30 years Cass City Chronicle 8-1-2i-tf 8-5-24-13 the meal after the funeral.
An Equal Opportunity Lender We buy Land Contracts REALTOR ’ 5-2-9-tf 13-7-12-1
C A S CTTY CHRONICLE-THURSDAY , JULY 12,1984 CASS CITY , MICHIGAN
Computers at home help children
LAST O F TWO PARTS paper route (customers 3 to sound. You have to type “You can put the money family tree information in mileage from the children.
By H.V. Wood keep track of things (ac- stuff and it says, ‘Hi, I’m into imaginary accounts the machine. There are “The children have used it
When Tip O’Neill dances Washington opened the counts) ,” he explained. your computer’ and stuff. (while the money stays in a software packages availa- more than anyone,” Mrs.
with glee on the White floodgates for benefits. Many of the owners of Justin also likes some of ( I like) all the questions it checking account). So, if ble to handle genealogical Kuntz said,
House lawn and the Democ- In the next decade, while home computers in the the game programs availa- asks.” you have a $100 checking information. “They love it. As a matter
rats and the Republicans wages were doubling, So- Cass City area are parents ble in computing I
Jill is learning to spell on account, you don’t spend She has a lot of informa- of fact, we had to get a sec-
congratulate themselves on cial Security benefits tri- with young children, who magazines. About the only the computer. “Even if the money. You’re actually tion on the family, and the ond color TV because
their joint “success”in put- pled, and taxes which bought the machines to sup- thing he dislikes is Math they’re trying to type a able to save more because computer prints it out everyone couldn’t use it and
ting Social Security on a would partly meet these plement their children’s Skills, an arithmetic prcog- game in there, they still you’re able to budget it quickly if she needs it and watch TV a t the same
sound basis ...look out. costs quadrupled. education. r a m for children. learn letters and how to more.” keeps a more permanent time,” Dorland Kuntz said.
See if your billfold is still
in your pocket or purse. It
may still be there, but Tip
The spending spree, like
a drinking spree, was hard
to stop. Ever try to get a
“The time was ri ht,”
said Connie McNaug ton
of N. Seeger Street.
a McNaughton, a Walbro
executive and adjutant for
the Cass City Veterans of
spell,’’ Wright said.
Mrs. Wright said she
liked the artistic aspects of
MRS. KUNTZ, WHO record than paper files.
manages DK Frames shop The Kuntz family compu-
in Caro, also wants to store ter is getting a lot of
The computer uses a televi-
sion as a video display
and his boys have already boozer sobered up so you of
4“l‘‘W~ my kids (Justin, Foreign Wars post, uses the the computer; which in-
had their fingers in it, and
could get him home? 13, and Jennifer, 11) were computer for word proces- clude a kaleidoscope pat-
sing. Mrs. McNaughton, a
you’ve been nicked already So the system almost taking computer classes. In tern and a dancing man,
and will be nicked still went bust. Let President my opinion, when that gen- secretary and ambulance and the practical aspects,
more. Reagan suggest that early eration makes it to college driver, also uses it for that like keeping an updated
retirement (age 62) be or is in business, if they’re purpose. shopping list. She works a t
And the sad thing about hased out, and you’d think not conversant with the They also have a pr?g- General Cable and her hus-
it all is, nothing has been l e was trying to abolish computer, they’re a step ram that keeps track of im- band for Wright’s Painting.
solved. Mother’s Day. behind,” said her husband portant telephone num- DORLAND AND ELO-
~ In 10 years there’ll be Let anyone propose that David. bers. McNaughton would ise Kuntz of Quinn Road,
another crisis, but T and the regular retirement age They bought their compu- like to eventually get a Caro, bought a computer,
President Reagan a n t c o n - be lengthened by only a ter in January, and the en- “spread-sheet” program, educational software, and
gressman Rostenkowski month each year, and tire family is still learning which is an electronic games for their children
will be retired to pasture Claude Pepper would be on new things on the machine, ledger that keeps track of Doug, 15, Tamara, 14,
and will be only mildly in- the evening news and the from word processing to money. Tricia, 7, and Amy, 5.
terested . American Association of United States geography. “I’ve been amazed by “Doug has been using it
Of course, my Con- Retired Persons’ lobbyist how unintimidated the a s a game type thing, him
gressman, 01’ Claude Pep- in Washington would get “The computer has been young people have been by and Tammy. Tricia has
per will still be there. out another “news release” intriguing to us for many the computer,” McNaugh- been using it for the math
Everybody knows Claude calling the aged to arms. years, finding out how it ton commented. “Ever helps. Sometimes we have
is immortal. Let’s see, it 1 wrote to Senator Paula works,” Mrs. McNaughton since the first night I set it
used it with Amy like one
was back in 1977 when So- Hawkins and asked her said. up, they said, ‘Let me dol it(program) for telling time.
cial Security taxes went up, what was wrong with mak- McNaughton said he took by myself,”’ McNaughtcon But both of the younger
and Claude said, “The tax ing retirement age a month a computer programming recalled. ones use it for games, too,”
increase will strengthen the longer each year. She re- class a t Saginaw Valley STEVE AND S A N D Y Kuntz said.
Social Security system, not plied, after several weeks, State College in the winter Wright of Ale Street bought The Kuntzes bought the
just for the immediate fu- and said it wouldn’t save “just to keep up with the a computer for games and computer last December
ture, but far into the next any money. kids. ” education needs of their after they saw the impact
century. ” Meanwhile, Con- Besides Justin and Jen- daughters Jill, 6, and of computers on Tricia.
This time he promises “75 gressman Dan Mica dug up nifer, they have three sons, Heather, 9. “She just was using the ter-
years.” The Congressman some figures for me, show- Jude, 9, Joshua, 7, and “Basically when we minology of the computer
will then be 160 years old ing savings of $4 billion in John, 5. bought the computer and language and was very in-
and still making promises, the next few years. Jude enjoys the “quick- we went to look a t them, terested in having access to
and still getting re-elected The top Social Security sketch” program, which al- they weren’t promotiing a computer. Even the older
by his south Florida con- tax of $372 a worker paid in lows the user to “draw” pic- games but we did want children were interested in
stituents who will be nearly 1970 is now $2,391. In 1990 it tures on the computer games (for the children)),” trying it,” Mrs. Kuntz re-
as old as Claude. will be $4,360. This, mind screen. He also enjoys both Wright said. called.
As one who has been you, is up from the $45 the fun and the educational They bought a computer Kuntz is principal of
around a while himself, I “most - you’ll - ever - pay” software. last Christmas plus some Evergreen Elementary
recall 1936, about the time promise of 1936. “I just like to do lots ofeducational software. School in Shabbona. He has JUDE McNAUGHTON, 9, looks at his computer program
Social Security started. The Really, all those figures things with the computer. Wright said Heather is the purchased a computer for listing, called a “menu,” while his brother, Joshua, 7,
most tax they said we’d should be doubled, because Applevision -- it’s kind of “computer whiz kid” in the the school and works with watches. Jude enjoys the graphics and educational soft-
ever have to pay would be the employer pays the like a dance on the TV. It family, especially enjoyimd the machines constantly at
$90, and the employer same amount. If he didn’t draws a little room with the math program. home and office. He and his ware used with the computer.
would pay half that, accord- have to pay that tax, he ‘Home Sweet Home’ on the “It’ll run the times tablies wife use the home compu-
ing to the Great White could pay higher wages, or wall and then it draws a and it’ll stop every time amd ter to keep the family
Father. lower his prices, or both. man that dances,” Jude then it’ll give the answer,” budget.
By 1970, the top payments Imagine - $8,720 per said with a laugh. he said. “Heather was the “You’ve probably seen
had gone from $45 to $372.
Then the gang in
worker that has to come out
of somebody’s hide only
JUSTIN RECENTLY one who wanted it and she’s people who have money in
started delivering the Bay the one who uses it the envelopes for different
seven years from now. City Times and wants to most. ” things,” Mrs. K m t z said.
Meanwhile, people get-
ting Social Security now
ay income tax on half their
make his route go high tech. “ ( I like) lots of things,” “Well, the computer has a
“I hope what I can do is use Heather explained. “Mak- rrcord of the money for dif-
a program with a list of my ing it say ‘Hi’and (makc a ) ferent things like shopping.
insurance to 1 enefits if their joint in-
helppay ccirne, including benefits, is
7 . Cass City
soar ng pushed over $32,000.
If you aren’t already de-
pressed, consider this: In
u r ~ k ablllr, 1950, for each person draw-
check with ing Social Security, there
StUtePam. were 16.5 persons paying
into the fund.
The number shrank to
four in 1965 and is now 3,2.
By the year 2000, actuaries
guess it will be two.
About 23 persons met in
a basement room at Hills
and Dales General Hospital
every Tuesday for five
Smokers who have a
cigarette with coffee are
not want to talk to the
Chronicle about their ex-
weeks to learn how to quit advised to drink somethmng periences.
call. Ernest A.
The course, created by
else -- fruit juice or diet pop
-Ito change the trigger and
to eventually break the
Dr. McDermott has been
doing lifestyle courses on T hursday,
doctors for the American family living and health for
tsichman Jr. A fact finding hearing Lung Association, was con- habit. several years, and theLung
6240 W. Main scheduled this Thursday ducted by Dr, Pamela During the second week Association program ap-
with the Tri-County Bar- McDermptt, M.D., of the participants “work specifi- pealed to her.
Cass City, Mich. cally on their own things
Phone 872-3388 gaining Association and Unionville Clinic. It ran “It’s in response to the
Cass City School Board has from June.12-July 10. and how to break the trig- fact you can’t tell people to
been cancelled. Participants learned ger. They reduce both phys- just stop smoking. It’s
Instead, Supt. Donald ways to stop smoking with- ical and psychological dc- hard, ” she stressed.
Crouse said, there will be a out drugs or going “cold pcndence on their cigaret-
negotiating session. turkey,” and also about the tes,” Dr. McDermott said. Those interested in the
A second day of the hear- psychology of smoking. It’s time to stop during program can use the self-
ing was scheduled July 25. “It’s sort of a two- week 3. Persons put aside help book “Freedom from
As of now, that is still appa- pronged thing. One is deal- their cigarettes, hopefully Smoking in 20 Days,” pub-
rently scheduled, pending ing with the addictive appe- for good, she commented. lished by the Lung Associa-
the outcome of the negotiat- tite, (with) gradual reduc- They continue to work on tion. Dr. McDermott said
ing session. tion of cigarettes as you breaking smoking triggers. persons can contact their
would any drug. That The last two weeks a r e local Lung Association to
means the amount and how continuation of week 3, av- order the book, which costs
oiding cigarettes and offer-
1 McCONKEY 1
much you smoke of each $7.
cigarette,” Dr. McDermott ing support to others in the “Tell them they don’t
said. clinic who a r e having the have to go to class. They
+ “The second is dealing
with the habit. We call it a
most problems staying off’ can do it themselves, too.”
behavior modification. And
JEWELRY and GIFT SHOP what we’re doing is break-
ing the connection between
Cass City what triggers the smoker
and the cigarette.”
At the first week of the
clinic, smokers learn about
VACATION HOURS their behaviors using a
July 13 -August 6 guidebook from the Lung
Association. They answer a
I I series of questions on why
people smoke. This sets up
the framework for the
gradual removal of cigaret-
Monday thru Friday tes from their lives.
12 Noon to 5 p.m. “You find them dealing
t with the ritual of addic-
tion,” Dr. McDermott
9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
explained. “That’s why so
many find it difficult to quit
cold turkey. After four
days, the blood level of the
addictive level of cigarettes
is gone, but you’re not done
Thank You I ye‘!What you (still) have is
a habitually learned re-
W e Appreciate
i Participants learned
about smoking situations
which have become habits.
For example, two of the
most common habit trig-
gers a r e lighting up while
having coffee or talking on
the Dhone. Dr. McDermott
KANDI RICK, 51/2, of Mt. Clemens,
reaches for a plastic foam fish at the
children’s fish pond put on by the Cass
City Jaycettes. Children won prizes by
Watching” the fish.
CASS CITY CHR.ONICLE
VOLUME 78, NUMBER 13 CASS CITY, MICHIGAN -THURSDAY, JULY 12,1984 Twenty-fivecents 1 Section 2, pages 1-8
W albro Corporation’s buretor to meet goals which
Carburetor Group has de- included easy starting, low
veloped a new float feed cost and fast development
carburetor, the LMS, espe- to meet tight production
cially for Briggs and Strat- schedules.
It will debut on Briggs The easy-start goal was
and Stratton’s new four- important because safety
cycle engine. Other appli- requirements in many
cations a r e currently under cases result in the need to
development for power frequently restart equip-
plants in the 3-5 horsepower ment due to automatic en-
range. gine shutdown features.
Walbro engineers worked The carburetor design
closely with Briggs and features allow easier instil- BELLE SCHWADERER AWARD winner was the
stratton personnel in de- lation and greater servicea-
veloping the LMS car- bility. Tuscola County Pumpkin Festival float. The festival will
be in Caro in October.
S e t apprentice test
The next apprentice stance abuse coordinating
counselor credential test agency for the five coun-
for alcohol and drug ties, 673-4121,by Aug. 1. Ask
seling is Friday, Aug. 17, at for Ellen Glaza. “LET FREEDOM RING” was the theme of the First
the Tuscola Area Skill A study manual “Funda- Baptist Church float that received the President’s Award
This testing is for anyone
mentals of Substance
Abuse Zounseling,” should
in the float judging.
in Huron, Lapeer, Sanilac, be reviewed prior to the
”t. Clair O r Tuscola County test. It can be ordered by
dho is interested in being a calling Michigan Substance
certified alcohol-drug cOun: Abuse Information Clear-
selor. inghouse at (517) 485-9900.
‘Personsmust register for Those who pass this test
the test by calling the will be certified by the state
I-Iuman Development Corn- Office of Substance Abuse
mission in Caro, the sub- Service,
Dorothy Schwartz -July21sf
Dawn Mitchell -July 28th
Any “Bride-to-Be” registering with
us will receive a free gift.
THE PROVINCIAL HOUSE float was recipient of the
Meredith B. Auten award in the Fourth of July Festival
top state dog
Carol Kietzke of Kingston
was selected as the state’s
top dog care apd training
project award dinner June
21 at the 4-H Exploration DR. HARRY CRANDELL AWARD winner was the
Days at Michigan State
University. joint entry of the Salem and Trinity United Methodist
By winning, she will go to Churches. Riding on it were the churches’ pastors, Rev.
the National 4-H Congress Clare Patton (left) of Salem and Rev. James McCallum of
in Chicago Nov. 24-30.
Miss Kietzke, daughter of Trinity.
Horst and Anna Kietzke, of
White Creek Road, is a
member of the Germania
Silver Stars and Colts and
Fillies 4-H Clubs.
Her dog care projects in-
CASS CITY POOL
cluded obedience, showing OFFERS
She also participates in
4-H horse, veterinary sci-
ence, personal appearance,
crafts and photography
projects, and is a teen
She competed against
other district project win-
ners and was selected by
judges and specialists in
Other Sanilac County
state winners who can go to
the national convention are
July 31 - Aug. 30
Patrick McFarlane, 17, Monday and Ttiursday
Carsonville, the health pro-
ject winner, and Wayne 5:OO’to900 p.m.
Wood, 17, Brown City, en-
tomology project award at Cass City pool & arts and crafts building
Computer Space Command 2400 console 2 grained Nutmeg Equipment provided except mask,
Remote Control lets you control
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Oak finish. Wood and
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Features swivel base for
with Keyboard Touch-Command
157 channel capability-including
101 Cable l channels:
Zenith Chromasharp lo0
Picture Tube-for outstanding
I $49 9 95
Goat dairying has in-
creased in Michigan over
the past few years. Now, a
More Information Call Cass
City Pool - 872-2673
picture performance. new way of marketing the
milk may be possible.
9 Dependable loo041modular 2 1 - A group of goat milk pro- CASS CITY POOL HOURS I
Chassis. ducers is beginning to form I
Electronic Power Sentry;
Chromatic One-Button Color
a cooperative to market
goat milk in areas such as
Monday thru Saturday I
Flint, Detroit and Saginaw. 1-2:45 p.m. 2% 3-4:45 p.m. 3% 7-8:45 p.m. 5 0 ~ 1
Control and more!
Interested goat milk pro- Sunday 2 - 4 : 506 -
(16 and Older) !
ducers are invited to a
Monday, Wednesday, Friday - 7-8:00
meeting to set up the new a.m.
cooperative. It will be Wed- !
nesday, July 25, a t 7 p.m, at Tuesday, Thursday - 1-2:45 p.m. Free Day I
Elegant Contemporary the Dale Burkhart farm, Tuesday - 7-8:45 p.m. 5 0 (16 and Older)
Model S22515PN styled console in rich ~ I
Popular Country American Port Hope. I
The quality goes in Oak finish. Oak veneers Dr . Gale Baumgardner NO CHILDREN UNDER 6 YEARS WITHOUT
styled console in grained and hardwood solids.
before the name goes on? of the Michigan State Uni-
Knotty Pine finish. Wood
versity Animal Science De- PARENT OR ADULT.
and simulated wood
Check your cable company forcompatibility
“Cable systems vary partment will be there as a
products. resource person.
Others Get Quick Results With
The deer family includes
about 60 species, ranging
in size from the huge L
Chronicle’s Classified Ads r
Alaska moose down to the
Chilean pudu, which is
almost as small as a
You Will Too!
PAGE TWO CASS CITY CHRONI CLE-THURSDAY, JULY 12,1984 CASS CITY, MICHIGAI.
Shabbona Area News Marie Meredith
Phone 672-9489 Sunday
The 38th annual reunion
of the Jackson-Wald
families was Sunday at the
home of Arlan Hartwick.
California is visiting her pa- souri were Thursday even- Bailey, president. Secret- The meeting was called Twenty-seven relatives and
County Park No . 3 on M-53 four guests attended.
rents, Mr. and Mrs. ing callers of their child- ary’s and treasurer’s re- Saturday afternoon. to order by Mrs. Don Smith,
Richard Loeding, for a few hood friend, Luella Smith. ports w e e given by Mrs. associate leader. Worship A potluck dinner was
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond served with dessert of ice
weeks. Gladys Hichens, Margu- Geister, Reports were pre- Buerkle Jr. and Mr. and was conducted by Mrs.
Grant Meredith returned erite Cleland, Carol Lam- sented by Sunshine Lady, Smith with the invocation cream and cake in the af-
Mrs. Jeff Moore and family ternoon. I I
home last Thursday from ing of Cumber and Phyllis Avis Youngs, and the were Sunday evening cal- given by Marie Meredith.
Marlette Community Hos- Pelton enjoyed dinner to- The afternoon was de- I
county news of the senior lers of Mr. and Mrs. Don The lesson on women’s role voted to visiting and enjoy- I
pital after being injured in gether a t Bad Axe Sunday. citizen meeting in San- Smith and family. in church was conducted by I
a farm accident. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Dor- dusky by Arlie Gray. Mrs. George Krause and ing pictures of former reun-
Rod and Jeff Woodward ions, which started in 1947. I
Mrs. Bruce Ake of Bay man of Caro were Friday The meeting in July will were Wednesday supper Mrs. Cleland. Officers elected for the I on any large 1
City spent Tuesday and evening callers of their pa- be one week earlier be- guests of their great-grand- The secretary’s report I
Wednesday visiting her rents, Mr. and Mrs. Voyle cause the fair is during the was given by Mrs. Cleland, coming year were: Arlan I
mother, Mrs. George Hartwick, president ; Lloyd !
grandmother, Mrs. Wilfred Dorman. fourth week. It will be July and treasurer’s and z
0 ’ - PIZZA
Turner. Krause. Finkbeiner , vice-president, 0
Mrs. Frank Pelton re- PIONEER GROUP
18 a t Sanilac County Park
No. 3. Mrs. Emerson will
Mr. and Mrs. Norris Dyet
of Pontiac were Sunday cal-
friendly visitor reportS by
Miss Meredith. The group and Belle Jackson of Mar-
ceived word Friday night make the birthday cake. lers of the latter’s sister, voted to donate $10 to the W
of the birth that day of twin The Pioneer Group met Handicap, Camp. Coming a distance to at- 0
Mrs. Frank Pelton. tend were relatives from At Pizza Villa
great-grandsons. They Thursday, June 28, at ****** Mr. and Mrs. Voyle Dor- Lunch was served by the 1 = I
were born to Mr. and Mrs. Sanilac County Park No. 3 hostess. There will be no Clarkston and St. Charles. 4 I
man were Tuesday after- Eldest attending was I With This Coupon I
, Terry Dials of Deckerville. on M-53. A potluck dinner Mr. and Mrs. Voyle Dor- noon callers of Mr. and meetings in July. In Au-
They have been named was enjoyed by the group. Mary Wald of Gagetown I I
man were Sunday after- Mrs. Joe Billot of Snover gust, the meeting will be and the youngest was Kath- I Take Out Orders Only I
John Michael and J a m e s Served were chicken noon callers of Mr. and and also of Marie Snelll. with Nellie Gregg.
Marshall. and potatoes and peas from leen Martinez. I Phone 872-4440 I
Mrs. Gene Groombridge in Mrs. Wilfred Turner has The 1985 reunion will be I
Donnie Smith attended the garden of William Cass City. returned home after a visit ****** Expires 7-25-84
the birthday of Kevin Smith Kitchin and his wife Esther. the second Sunday in July. I
Mr. and Mrs. John Nic- with Mr. and Mrs. Bob1 Bul- I One coupon per family
*. last Thursday evening. The birthday cake was
Mrs. Wilfred Turner was made by Ruby Biddle
kerson and Jandia of Bay
Port were Tuesday after-
lock and family in Karnsas.
Clark Auslander re-
Many from this commun-
ity attended the open house Singles club ----------
a Thursday evening caller Thorn. Those who had noon callers at the Ryerson turned home Saturday for Steve and Wendy Ric-
of Mrs. Helen Bullock of birthdays in June were: Puterbaugh home. after being a patient in Hills kett late Saturday after-
Mr. and Mrs. Andy
Marie Meredith and Edna
Mr and Mrs. Ralph
Smith attended the wed-
and Dales General Hospi- noon, It wa held at the home
of Wendy’s parents, Mr,
dance Sat. OPEN:
Sunday-Thursday:530 a.m. 10:30 p.m. -
tal. The YMCA Thumb Sing-
Hoagg were Friday even- A short business meeting ding of Nan Bullock and Herb Pallis and Mr. and and Mrs. J i m Doerr. Friday and Saturday: Open 24 Hours
ing callers of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Roger King
les Club will conduct a
C Mrs. Art Decker were Sun- party Saturday from 8:30
Chuck Darr and family. day afternoon callers in the of Applegate, Mr. and Mrs. ~,m.-12:30 a.m. at the
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Moore
and family were Friday Reducing soil erosion -
Ryerson Puterbaugh home. Paul Wheeler and family
and Grace Wheeler enjoyed
Maple Valley Elementary
School in Sandusky.
evening callers a t the Don RLDS ice cream and cake Sunday
Smith home. Soil erosion is more pre- than 1,000 acres to over evening a t the home of Mr. The “Music Company”
valent today in Tuscola in the past will provide the music. Re-
The RLDS Chlurch andMrs.Alex Wheelerand frerjhrnents will be availa-
DELAYED NEWS County than 20 years past.
This is due to larger fields,
years; however they women’s group met Thurs- family. The refreshments
ble and guests are wel- Chronicle’s Classified Ads -
Mrs. Merle Dorman was ‘Over less than lo percent day evening, June 28, a t the were in honor Of Paul’s come.
more intensive row crop ro- Of the crop1and in Tuscola home of Mrs. Curtis Cle- birthday.
a Saturday caller of Mr. tations, larger equipment, County. You Will Too!
and Mrs. Voyle Dorman. more low residue crops, This sming. high winds
Mrs. Ryerson Puter- and less regard for a long and rec6nt r i i n srorrns re-
baugh and grandchildren, term soil maintenance mind landowners that soil
Andy and Candice Cher- program . erosion is a problem in Tus-
niawski, and Mrs. Larry Conservation tillage, no- cola County. When the
Puterbaugh and sons at- till, and ridge-till a r e farm- winds diminish and the
tended the circus in Bad ing methods which greatly rains cease, the concern
Axe Wednesday, reduce soil erosion in the dies until the next damag-
Mrs. Ray Fleenor of Cass fields. These practices ing storm,
City and friend Mrs. Ada have expanded from less The damage resulting
from wind and water ero-
sion can occur from one or
two storms each year; how-
TODAY’S ever, it may take several
years to repair these dam-
ages and the yield losses
will never be recovered.
Landowners need to view
the broad picture of their
soil management and use
long lasting erosion control
measures which a r e plan-
ned in advance and fit to
each individual situation.
Don’t become engulfed
by the typical American at-
titude of waiting for the dis-
aster before taking any ac-
The soil conservation dis-
trict was organized to assist
landowners in soil erosion
control and proper land
should visit the office a t 852
S. Hooper in Car0 and
discuss their land manage-
ment needs with the soil ~ J J Wood
Thumb Electric Coopera-
tive of Ubly has asked the
2 (8x10s) 3(5x7s) Michigan Public Service
Commission (MPSC) for I. .--
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The request was made in
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PACKAGE ONLY (95+ DEPOSIT) mission during power sup-
ply cost recovery proceed-
ings in Lansing.
Michael P. Krause,
Poses our selection Beautiful backgrounds available Thumb Electric manager,
$1 00 sitting fee for each additional subject in same portrait
said the refund is possible
because power supply costs
Photography Days for the 15-month period en-
ding March 31 were less
Thurs. thru Sat., July 12-14 than originally projected.
Assuming the MPSC ap-
Photography Hours proves the request, the re-
fund will equal about one-
Thurs. 10-1,2-530- Friday, 10-1,2-7:30 third of a cent per kilowatt
Sat., 10-1,2-4:30 Lunch 1-2 hour, which means a $2.65
refund for customers using
Cass City 800 kwh per month.
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6094 East Cass City Road Cass City Phone: 872-2270
C A S CITY, MICHIGAN CASS CITY CHRONICLE-THURSDAY, JULY 12,1984 \ PAGE THREE
Mrs. Thelma Jackson
Holbrook Area News Phone 658-2347 VA
7=7’/4 h h
Country Buddy Clowns Deachin of Tampa, Fla., lotte. Brown City were Sunday and family of Elkton, Mr. Tschirhart were July 4th
met a t the Huron Medical are spending two weeks Mr. and Mrs. Glen evening guests of Mr. and and Mrs. Larry Hacker and guests of Leona Tschirhart
Care Facility Saturday, with Mr. and Mrs. William Shagena were Sunday Mrs. Angus Sweeney. Lorelei of Flint, Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. Herb
July 7, to perform for the Lackowski a t Parisville, guests of Mrs. Chris Ralph Hoxie of West Mrs. Sam McKnight, Joan Tschirhart at Ruth and
residents. Jane Dickinson Reynold Tschirhart, Mr. Granger at Port Austin. Bloomfield spent the week Hammerle and Danielle, Saturday guests of Mr. and
of Cass City and Jodie and Mrs. Gil Maurer and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hewitt end with Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Mrs. David Drosses and Mrs. Ben Dibbs and family
Bolone of Vulcan dressed other relatives. spent Friday overnight a t Spencer. family of Bad Axe, Mr. and at Caseville.
as clowns and took part. Mr. and Mrs. Lester the Hemans Free Jack Krug visited a n old Mrs. Dave Hundersmarck
Mrs. Gerald Sweeney, Mrs. O’Dell, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Methodist Campgrounds. chum, Mr. and Mrs. Nor- and Autumn of Kinde, Mrs. EUCHRE PARTY
A1 Puvalowski, Mrs. Kevin Fuester and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dale man Carpenter at their Norman Marr and Lance,
Robinson and Mrs. Cliff Arnold LaPeer were Fri- Gracey of Warren and Mr. summer home near Cass Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fahs and Six tables of cards were.
Robinson accompanied the day evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Wright were City Sunday. The two men granddaughter Angela, and played when the Euchre
clowns. 1 and Mrs. Gaylord LaPeer. Sunday guests of Bernice met by chance a t the Rol- Vera Fahs of Sandusky, Club met Saturday evening
Connie, Vicky and Ed Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tyr- Gracey. ling Hills Golf Course. The Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Fahs a t the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Robinson visited Mr. and
Mrs. Cliff Robinson Thurs-
re11 were July 4th guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis O’Ber-
miller and son John at Mid-
Mr. and Mrs. George
Jackson of Oxford spent the
week end at their home
men had not seen each
other for 45 years.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike
and son of Carsonville, Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Britt and fam-
ilv, Mr. and Mrs. Doue Britt
Lee Hendrick in Cass City,
High prizes were won by
Mrs. Leonard Bedla and 1 CROFTICLARA I
Jodie Bolone of Vulcan is
;pending some time with
the Cliff Robinsons.
Becky and Danny O’Con-
Reynold Tschirhart was
a Tuesday guest of Leona
Tschirhart and Mr. and
Mrs. Jean Matthews was
a Friday afternoon guest of
Mrs. Alex Cleland and
Schenk and sons of Arizona
and Mr. and Mrs. Randy
Schenk and Elizabeth of Pi-
geon were Saturday supper
ahd family of Cass Ci&, Mr.
and Mrs. Steve Dornewerd
and family of Bay Citv. Mr.
and Mrs: Randy Gilbert
Sylvester Bukowski. Low
prizes were won by Mr. and
Mrs. Cliff Jackson. Mrs.
Ronnie Gracey won the I
lumber, Inc.I @ @ [
1I CASS CITY
nor of Minden visited Mr. Mrs. Herb Tschirhart a t Carol Laming. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl and familv of Franken- traveling prize.
and Mrs. Cliff Robinson Ruth. Mrs. Evans Gibbard was Schenk. Other afternoon rnuth, Mr. land Mrs. Virgil The next party will be
Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff a Friday guest of Lillian guests were Mr. and Mrs. Champagne and Mr. and held at the home of Mr. and
E.4 and Mrs. Daniel Jackson were Thursday Otulakowski and Stella Jack Ross of Ubly. Mrs. Bryce Champagne for Mrs. Sylvester Bukowski
Schultz of Blue Ridge Sum- evening guests of Mr. and Leszczynski. Mrs. Alex Cleland and a family get-together. Aug. 18 at Sand Point.
mit, Penn., spent from Mrs. Glen Shagena. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Carol Laming spent Mon-
Tuesday till Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Swac- Briolat, Mr. and Mrs. Stan- day at the home of Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Francis khamer of Bad Axe and ley Briolat, Mrs. Stan Mrs. Curtis Cleland.
Schultz in Bad Axe and Mr. Clayton Campbell were Glaza, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Reynold Tschirhart was
and Mrs. J i m Hewitt. Sunday guests of Sara Osentoski, attended the a Thursday dinner guest of
Rev. and Mrs. Robert Campbell and Harry Ed- funeral of an aunt, Tillie Mr. and Mrs. Stan Glaza.
Von Oeyen were Friday af-
ternoon guests of Sara
Campbell and Harry Ed-
Mrs. Richard Wozniak
and daughters of Coral
Springs, Fla., and Mrs.
Potts of Dearborn Heights
at St. Clements Catholic
Church a t Dearborn at 11
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lam-
ing were Friday supper and
evening guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Decker.
Eugene Cleland and
Karen of Bad Axe and Mr.
and Mrs. Curtis Cleland at-
tended the opening of The
Mrs. Louis Naples visited
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Cle-
land Saturday forenoon.
Gregory and Michael
Martin Sweeney spent a
few days with Dr. and Mrs.
Torn Collins and family at
Allegan at their cottage at
Irene Murphy of Port Au-
Tschirhart were Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Sawdon of Deckerville
were Friday forenoon
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Blacksmith shop at the Bad
Axe Park Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant
Brown were Sunday after-
Styling Salon it
Moore were Saturday night New Era, went to Detroit, Ronald Deachin and family Shagena. noon guests of Mr. and Mrs. for 4
a t their cottage a t Port Au- - Mr. and Mrs. Cliff
guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Greenfield Village and
spent Friday and Saturday stin. Jackson were Friday after-
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn -
-Women -Teens Children
Staff Sgt. and Mrs.Carey with Kevin Sweeney a t
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Cle-
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
LaPeer were Thursday
supper and evening guests
noon guests of Clara Vogel
and Mrs. R.B. Spencer a t
Spencer attended the fun-
eral of Effie Stevens a t Lit-
tle’s Funeral Home in Cass
land were Sunday after-
noon guests of Mr. and Mrs.
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Mike Schenk left Sunday
to return to Tucson, Ariz.,
City a t 1 o’clock Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Per-
‘E NEW STYLES FORI
Eugene Cleland and Karen
in Bad Axe and Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Mike
Schenk and sons of Tucson,
after spending a week with
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schenk.
sells of Rochester were
Saturday guests of Bernice A NEW YOU
Mrs. Don Near.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dros-
Ariz., and Bob Andersen of
Westland were Thursday
Mrs. Mike Schenk and sons
are spending two weeks
Mrs. George Jackson was + i
sos, Dawn and Joe of Bad supper and evening guests with her father, Willard a Thursday lunch guest of + Come In and Give Us a Try
Axe and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Beelan, and other relatives
of Mr. and Mrs- Randy Margaret Carlson.
Ross were Sunday after-
noon guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Schenk and Elizabeth.
Mr. and Mrs, Cliff
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Krug
Fred Britt of Johanas-
burg. Linda Gelatt of Bad Owner & Stvlist Joan Tomich
Edward H. Doerr
improve Your Mrs. Carl Gibbard and
Mrs. Lavern Grifka were
Jackson were Sunday after-
noon and dinner guests of
were July 4th evening
guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Axcand Mrsl Dunc McIn-
tyre of Ubly were Friday +
r----Bring In This Coupon--- 1
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hen- Stanley Glaza. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Monday evening guests of I With
Cash Flow With Our Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lam-
drick a t Port Austin.
Pat Champagne was a
Fourth of July guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schenk
Mrs. Curtis Cleland spent :! FREE HAIRCUT I Stylist Jeannette
Mrs. Richard Wozniak
Monday afternoon guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn
were Mr. and Mrs. Mike
Schenk and sons of Tucson,
Friday afternoon with
Linda Hudson and family.
for children 12 and under with every adult I
I perm. Children must accompany parent I Wright , Jean
I Shope and Denise
Business Insurance and daughters of Florida
left Saturday after spend-
Edanna Sweeney and Mr.
Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. Randy
Schenk and Elizabeth and
Ryan and Jeff Roberts
are spending a couple days receiving perm. I
Package. ing two weeks with Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Sweeney and
and Mrs. Jack Krug were
July 5th steak barbecue
Nicky Morow of Pigeon,
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ander-
with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Good thru July 14, 1984
fou can cover just about other relatives. dinner guests of Mr. and sen and Carol, and Mrs.
Mr, and Mrs. Dick Wal- Bob F a r m e r of Brighton,
ill your insurance needs
n a Michigan Mutual lace, Lisa and Andrea were
Mrs. Mike Maurer in honor
of Mrs. Maurer’s birthday. Gary Andersen Jr. of Fow-
Jackson were Friday after-
noon guests of Mr. and Mrs. -
Tuesday thru Friday 9-5 Sat. 9-3
AultiGard business pack- Sunday afternoon guests of Fresh sutkimer flowers and lt%vifle, Bob Arkdersen Of” MKftohThillips and family -
Wednesday Men’s Night 5-9 Walk-Ins Welcome 4
ige and improve cash
low using our interest-
Mrs. Alex Cleland and
a birthday cake decorated
the table when the dinner
Westland, Mr. and Mrs.
David Hacker and family, near Cass City. of Port Au-
Irene Murphy +
CALL 872-2230 4546 LEACH ST.,CASS CITY 8
fee payment plan. Ask Mrs. Jack Tyrrell spent was served. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hazard
lbout Multi-Gard. from Thursday through Howard Britt was a
Saturday with Milo Her- Thursday guest of Mr. and
man at Montrose. Other Mrs. Earl Schenk.
guests were Kathryn Wood- Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cleland
6265 Main St. ward of Columbiaville, Mr. Sr., Stacy and a friend of
Cass City and Mrs. Dennis O’Bermil- Waterford and Mr. and
Phone 872-3615 ler and son of Midland and Mrs. Bill Cleland and fam-
Mrs. Buelah Shook of Char- ily of Pontiac spent the
CASS CITY FORD
week end with Mrs. Alex
Cleland and Carol Laming.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gib-
bard Jr. and family and
Jerry Gibbard of Bad Axe,
Diann Howard of Argyle,
and Mr. and Mrs. J i m Cur-
tis and family were Friday
evening guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Gibbard and fam-
STOCKS & BONDS
New & Used
Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Deachin and family of Lake
Orion spent last week at
their home on Sand Point
and were Sunday forenoon
Cars and Trucks
-~ - ~
1982 DODGE RAM 4x4 PICKUP, four wheel Debbie and Patti Tim-
drive, five speed, 4 cyl., PS, PB, AMIFM stereo with mons of Owendale spent a
cassette, camper shell, was $6495, few days with Mr. and Mrs.
N O W $5895 plus tax and license Mr. and Mrs. Gary An-
1981 F150 PICKUP, 6 cyl., 3 speed, 2 tone gray, dersen and Carol of
was $5795, Brighton and Bob Andersen
Now $5395 plus tax and license of Westland spent from
Wednesday through Friday
1981 F150 PICKUP, 6 cyl., automatic, AMIFM, with Mr. and Mrs. Earl
sliding rear window, was $6695, Schenk.
Now $5995 plus tax and license Mr. and Mrs. Phil
Sweeney and family of
1980 MERCURY WAGON, 4cyl., 4 speed, was
NOW $1995 plus tax and license No-till corn
1979 FORD MUSTANG, A C Y L , 4 speed, 51,000 If yowe an investor in stocks, bonds, deposited into your account automatically.
miles, was $3695, meeting options, or government securities, here’s And with every transaction, you’re saving
N O W $3200 plus tax and license money because you’re paying less than the
important news from Thumb National.
1979 FORD PINTO, ~ C Y I . , automatic, sun roof,
AMIFM, was $2995,
Tuesday We are nolw offering ‘a new Investment usual full-service commission rates.
The Tuscola Soil Conser- Account to handle these transactions for The Thumb National Investment Account.
N O W $2595 plus tax and license The advantages of a bank and a brokerage
vation District i s sponsor- you-at low, discounted commission rates.
1978 FORD PINTO, 4 cy^., automatic, 58,000 ing a no-till meeting Tues- combined, and all at low, discounted
miles, was $2995, day a t 7 p.m. commissions.
It will be a t the Tom Hess With our new account, you can buy or sell
N O W $2195 plus tax and license Questions? Call Pigeon 453-3113 or Cass
farm on Hardy Road, a securities and obtain current quotes simply
1977 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER, loaded, was quarter mile east of Kirk by calling Thumb National. For added City 072-4311.
$2295, Road. The location is two convenience, you may have purchases
Now $1995 plus tax and license miles west of Watrousville, Invest where you save-
then a half mile south of debited from your checking or NOW account.
M-81 on Kirk, then east on When you sellI, you may have the proceeds save everything you invest.
$uper Deals Hardy.
Hess,planted corn into a
hay field using a White
planter with no-till attach-
Now thru July ments.
He has a good stand of
Call Us: corn and virtually no ero-
Shirley - Kim Bob - Ron sion on his 10 percent slopes
from the gully washing
P.S. Don’t tell Barney, rains this spring. Hess said
the quality of stand over the
Thanks hard clay knobs is the best
he has seen in that field. Thumb National
CASS CITY FORD
SALES AND SERVICE
Malted milk was invented in
the 1880s in Racine, Wis- Bam&&mMsn Cass City
consin, and was otiginally
6392 Main St. Cass City 872-2300
called “Diastoid.” 453-3113 Member FDIC 872-4311
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Wheat tour in Sanilac ......................................................................................................................................................................
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I * .
Monday at 7:30 p-m., the Harold Rouget, regional
Sanilac County Coopera-
tive Extension Service is
crops agent for Michigan
State Universitv; Larrv Down Memory Lane Tips to avoid PLUMBING
sponsoring a twilight Copeland, MSU krops a n i w
The wheat plots a r e on
Soils Department, seed cer- getting burned Water Conditioning
the Mezo Farms located on tification, and Ken FROM THE FILES OF THECHRONICLE Wa ter=Rig t
Kukorowski, field develop-
Walker road, three miles rnent representative for ........ The National Institute for flame-retardant material. ’
south of Sandusky and Union Carbide. ..........................
......... , f i b
.............. ............ Burn Medicine (NIBM)
............ wants pcrsons to know that
Be careful with stoves, lan- \ \ !
three miles west. terns, and campfires.
Cerone, a plant growth
regulator has been applied
Bean group FIVE YEARS AGO fleet ballistic missile sub- The 4-H leaders’ horse nearly 93 percent of burn Douse them carefully when
* marine USS Kamehameha, show was Sunday a t the accident: can be prevented finished using. Never let
1 to the field, according to A.
Rex Sieting, county exten- to meet in Thousands lined Main homeported in Groton,
Street to watch Cass City’s Conn.
Caro Fairgrounds. First if they t a t e a few minutes
place awards went to Kevin to be careful.
children play near an open
flame or hot lantern or
sion director. Cerone has first annual Fourth of July Mr. and Mrs. Gelorge Krueger in pony horseman- Here are suggestions for
shown a lot of promise and C a m July 17 Festival parade. An esti- Dillman, who have stpent ship, Scott Krueger in pony safety for seven potentially
6. Storms -- Never swim
interest is increasing in mated 12,000-15,000 persons three weeks in the Cass City horsemanship, Sue Healy dangerous activities: or golf during a thun-
Sanilac in its use. The Michigan Bean Com- enjoyed the day-long fes- area, are leaving Thursday in English pleasure and 1 ) Power Engines -- Never (power) lines electrical
derstorm. If a r e downed
The wheat varieties that mission will meet Tuesday, tivities. The 75-unit parade to return to their home in Deb Walter in penny seat add gasoline to a hot en-
a r e planted are: Augusta,
Titan and Yorkstar. They
July 17, at the Brentwood in
Car0 starting at 10 a.m.
took almost 50 minutes to Florida.
Ronald and Eloise TEN YEARS AGO
equitation. gine. Turn off your
Sue Koepfgen and Gail lawnmower and let it cool
Hoffman are making swim- before you fill it with
from a storm, stay away
from the area. Call the elec-
tric company immediately. Hey!
can be compared with and international markets, and Keegan won the July 4th ming safer for Cass Cityans gasoline. To prevent ignit-
without Cerone. other items of interest to king and queen contest and Sherrill Thane, daug;hter through their Red Cross ap- ing combustible vapors re-
7.Do-it-Yourself Repairs -- Stop Yelling
Resource DeoDle who will the dry bean industrv will a free week end in Midland. of Mr. and Mrs. Willis proved water safety maining from pouring the Summer is a prime time for Call 453-3531
be at the meeiing will be be discussed. Navy Fireman Recruit’ Thane of Cass City, has courses being conducted gasoline, move your mower do-it-yourself repairs! Fol- or 872-5084
4 Frank and Paul Mezo; The public is invited Jeffrey W. Finkbeiner, son been elected a senator for low manufacturers instruc-
this summer. Nearly 200 to another spot before re-
of Donald and Judith the junior class of Hun- students will have taken the starting it. tions carefully. Keep chil-
Finkbeiner of Cass City, tington College, Hun- courses by summer’s end. Follow these same dren away from heat Complete Service
has reported for duty on the tington, Ind. Powered by home runs guidelines for chain saws sources. Use flammable
materials only in well venti-
by Lowell Smith and Roy or other gas-powered Rental - low month!,,
Muzzle Loading Sefton, Shabbona slipped machines. For inboard lated places.
What if your clothing rent. Purchase your
Blanket Shoot New books at I by Deford Monday, 9-8. motors on boats, be sure to
Keith O’Dell was credited ventilate well after filling
with the win and Alvin so that no gasoline vapor is
McKee took the loss. Ray present on ignition. Never
does catch on fire‘?
STOP, DROP and ROLL!
Smother the flames. Don’t
Wright slammed a round- start gasoline engines in- run! Once the fire is out, be -
Red Bird and the library .
tripper for the losers. doors.
2) Gasoline -- Store it in a
safe, clearly marked con-
sure the victim is brea-
thing; then cool the area
with tap water, not ice.
25 YEARS AGO
Turkey Shoot GO FOR IT: HOW TO WIN AT LOVE, WORK AND
PLAY by Irene Kassorla (non-fiction). Psychologist
tainer made specifically for
Mr, and Mrs. Frank Lam- gasoline storage, Keep it in
ing and Mr. and Mrs. Ar- a cool, out-of-the-way place
, If the injury is small,
wash with soap and apply
rinse thoroughlyand water,
STOP in for FREil.
Kassorla believes we all have within us the power to nold LaPeer spent from such as a locked utility shed a bland ointment. Repeat Nater analysis at our
change, to transform losing behavior into winning Friday till Sunday in away from your house. twice daily. tOth year open house
SUN DAY Canada, New York and at Never store gasoline in
behavior. She has noticed in the course of her professional If you see signs of
inflammation,any redness, July 26 and 27.
work “...that successful people share very similar thinking Niagara Falls. your house.
and behavioral patterns.” Her book identifies the Ninety-five members of Better yet, don’t store pain, heat, swelling, or if
characteristics of winners and losers, in their thoughts and the Jackson-Wald families gasoline Buy it in one time you are at all concerned, i o m e improvement
gathered Sunday a t Indian- quantities a s you need it. call a doctor.
JULY 15-11 a.m. actions, and presents ways for readers to accentuate the
positive. She also discusses the hidden powers of honesty fields Park for their annual 3) Barbecues -- Barbecue If the injury is larger than
Cass City Pigeon
and vulnerability ; techniques for better communication, reunion. Officers elected only out-of-doors in well half the palm of your hand,
wrap the area in a clean, 872-5084 453-3531
at particularly in situations of conflict, and methods for for the coming year were ventilated areas away from
coping with fear of failure, success or new and untried Kenneth Hobart, presi- walls or fences that could dry cloth, and seek medical
direct ions. dent; Harlan Hobart,, vice- ignite. Let starter fluid
president ; Stella Jackson, soak into coals before light-
secretary-treasurer . ing a match for a charcoal
h a p immediately.
CASS CITY DANCE HALL by Bernard F. Connors (fiction). When the
body of Ann Conway is discovered, dredged up from the
depths of Lake Placid 20 years after her death, Dave
Powell’s life begins to crumble. His business is in troublle,
Two fathers and their fire. Use enough starter
sons were among some 104 fluid before you light the
fathers and Webeloes to at- fire so that you never need
The famous violin maker,
Stradivarius, whose prod-
ucts now sell for thousands , Available 1-Color
GUN CLUB and his perfect marriage to Sue, a lovely, self-contained
woman, is showing signs of strain. Daughter Dana, a
fragile loving child, is the bright spot in his life. The scene
tend Camp Rotary, near to add lighter fluid to burn-
Clare, Saturday and Sun- ing coals.
day. They were James King Never use gasoline to
of dollars, sold them origi-
nally in the early 1700s for
what would be less than $10
of the story shifts from Lake Placid to Tarrytown, where and son David and Jack Hu- start a fire. When you are
4 south, 1 east, 12
/ north of Cass City the Powell estate turns up yet two more bodies in the course lien and Dean. finished with a barbecue
of the bizarre cliff hanger that ultimately sends one of the Lon Decker announced fire, douse the coals. Don’t
principals to Green Haven Prison and “the Dance,” the this week that he has purch- throw them on the ground ATTENTION FARMERS
Sponsored in Community Interest by holding area next to the execution chamber. ased the equipment and where they will be stepped Group Medical Insurance (Farm Care)
stock of the Mobil service on. * Comprehensive Coverage
*****e** station on Main Street in 4. Sunburn -- Protect your
The Cass City State Bank Children’s movies to be shown on Thursday, July 12, a r e
Cass City. skin from hot summer sun
by using clothes and a
.+ Much Less Expensive than Blue Cross
Also: Disabil#ityIncome Protection
“Stuart Little” and “Lend a Paw.” sunscreen. Remember that
35 YEARS AGO the skin of infants, children, Mortgage Insurance
and people with poor circu- Universal Life
Rev. Howard C. Watkins lation such a s diabetics is
returned last Saturday very susceptible to sun- Call Walt Harrison 8724458
NOW THRU MON.,
from the Senior Youth fel- burn. Box 101, Cass City
lowship Camp a t Port 5 . CamPine -- When camp- The Finsilver Associates Inc.
Huron. He was accom- ing, u s 6 a-tent made of
panied by Elsie May Raw-
son, Mary Ellen Baker,
$99.BUYS A $200. -
J a n e Hunt and Harry L.
At a meeting of the board
of education Monday night,
MATTRESS! Mrs. Edward Baker was
elected president ; Lester
Ross, secretary, and
Robert Keppen, treasurer.
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy
Evans and sons and Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Wagg and
family picnicked at
Caseville Sunday. CARS
Plenty to do 1983 OLDS 98 REGENCY BROUG HAM Elegance starts here.
1983 CH EVY CAMARO 2-28 Factory Loaded, “Everything.”
at the Ubly 1982 CHEVY CHEVETTE Only 17,000 miles, “Brand New.”
1982 PLYMOUTH RELIANT K One Owner, Nice Car, “Priced to Sell.”
Homecoming 1982 OLDS 88 ROYAL 4 Door, Locally Owned, “Previous Owner Heartbroken.”
There will be plenty to do 1982 OLDS 08 REGENCY 4 Door, Loaded with Luxury and Full Size Comfort.
a t the Old-Fashioned Ubly 1982 C H E W IMPALA 4 Door, Locally Owned, “Priced to Sell.”
Homecoming Thursday 1981 PONTlAC PHOENIX 2 Door, Locally Owned, Nice Car, “Priced to Sell.”
Events running all four 1979 PONTIAC GRAND PRlX IOwner. “Priced to Sell.” 2 to Choose From.
days are carnival rides, 1979 CAMARO 2.28 One Owner, Only 26,000 miles, Sharp!!
beer tent and dancing. 1978 BUlCK SKYLARK 4 Door, Locally Owned, Lady Driven, “Must See t o
Dancing to live music will Appreciate.”
run from 9 p.m.-l a.m. the 1978 OLDS 88 ROYAL I Owner, “Priced to Sell.”
first three nights and 5-9
Sunday. 1974 FORD PINTO WAGON Good Economy, “Priced to Sell.”
The Old Timers softball 1973 CHEVY MALIBU Like New, Locally Owned, “Priced to Sell.”
tournament runs Friday,
Saturday and Sunday.
LUXURIOUS SERTA Rides start operating a t 6
p.m. Thursday. The tractor
pull starts a t 7.
Friday, carnival rides,
PERFECT SLEEPERS the Jaycees food sale and
happy hour start at noon.
TRUCKS and VANS
The second day of the trac- 1982 CHEVY TON PICKUP 23,000 miles, Looks New, Drives New.
1981 CHEVY lh2 TON PICKUP Locally Owned, “Hardly Used - Never Abused.’’
NOW 1/2 OFF!
tor pull will begin at 7;
softball games a t 6. 1980 CHEW l/2 TON PICKUP Locally Owned, Good Economy, “Priced to sell.”
Saturday will open with
the “Old Timers” games a t 1979 C H E W ’12 TON SHORT BOX “Loaded with ~uxury,”Priced to Sell.
10:30 a.m. Arts and crafts 1979 FORD VAN “Good Work Van.”
begin a t 11, kiddie parade 1979 CHEVY lh TON PICKUP SCOTTSDALE Pkg., 2 Tone Paint, Rally
(COMPLETE W T H EXCLUSIVE 15 Y M WAIZRANTY) a t noon, children’s games
at 2, pet show a t 4 and the Wheels, “Priced to Sell.”
teen dance from 6-8 p.m. 1978 CHEVY lh2 TON PICKUP Good Transportation, “Priced to Sell.”
Sunday, the action begins 1978 FORD BRONCO Sport Stripes Styled Wheels, Excellent Condition.
TWIN mattress or box spring .... .$I98
reg= SALE $99 with the 10-kilometer road
race and 2-mile fun run a t
8:30 a.m. The arts and
1978 DODGE 4x4 20,000miles, “Looks New, Drives New.”
1978 CHEVY 3h TON PICKUP Looks New, Drives New, “Priced to Sell.”
FULL mattress or box spring. ..$249
reg* SALE $124 crafts exhibit opens a t 11.
Parade prejudging be-
gins a t 11:30, and the
1972 C H E W 3 TON PlCK!.JP
h Excellent Wood Hauler.
CHECKOUT THE LOW TIRE PRICES AT OUVRY TIRE CENTER
QUEEN 2-piece set. .....$598
reg= SALE $299 parade starts up a t 12:30.
The softball tournament
starts at 1 p.m. and chain-
saw demonstration at 1 :30. KEEP THAT GREAT GM FCELlHG
KING 3-pieceset. ......... .$798
reg- SALE $399 From 2 :30-3 :30 there will
be a pipe band concert, and
also starting at 2: 30 a r e the
WITH GEHUIN6 GM PART5 h-
Ubly Future Farmers of
.. America Boosters chicken
barbecue and a sky diving
Bingo games will be from
3-6 p.m. The sheriff’s
helicopter candy drop for
the children will be at 3:30. a
1 Mile ‘East Of C s City C s City
a Ph. 517-8724301
The singalong with Bea
McIntyre will be from
dean’s list seminar slated
Bonnie Harper, 4205 Lit-
tle Road, Cass City, has
been named to the dean’s
Gagetown Area News Gen Kehoe
665-2221 in Sanilac
list of the Saginaw Business The Sanilac County Coun-
Institute for the spring cil on Aging is sponsoring
Cortez, Fla. Overnight 84th birthday and several Mary McKellar, Mr. and derico The choir from St. Miss Jenny Elowsky on the July 23, from 1:30-4:30 p.m.
guests Monday and Tues- grandchildren and family Mrs. Francis G o s h and Joseph Church in Saginaw, week end in Alpena, where in the conference room, 37
day were Mrs. Marian members remembered the family and Mr. and Mrs. the Rondella, supplied the she is music director for the Austin Street, Sandusky.
Dangel of Port Huron, Mr. occasion when they sur - Jack Laurie. The wedding music. summer at the Thunder Elizabeth Murtagh from
and Mrs. Bill Laughlin of prised him with a decorated took place a t the First Un- P a t Kpeger of Sandusky Bay Theater. Blue Cross and Frank Fos-
Fraser and Mrs. Lucille cake at the Rabideau home ited Methodist Church, Mt. was the overnight guest Paula Burdon and John ter, Social Security rep-
Professional and Business Johnson of Royal Oak.
Members of the McKellar
on Hobart Road.
Mrs. Gerry Carolan en-
Pleasant, with a reception
immediately following a t
Sunday of his grandpa-
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Les
Rathje spent Monday a t
Cedar Point, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom
resentative, are returning
to present their complete
programs and answer all
family viewed the July 2 tertained for dinner Friday the K of C Hall. Kirk Caro-
“Today” show with special evening, several of her lan was a member of the J i m Sontag is a patient a t Wolschlager Sr. of Bad Axe questions that time did not
DIRECTORY interest. Mark Nimtz,
brother of Mrs. Kerry
McKellar, appeared in a
segment on St. Louis, Mo.,
where he sang with “The
grandchildren and her
daughter. Guests were
Mrs. Skip Conners of
Caseville, Toni Watter-
worth and John Speck of
P a t Zuraw left Sunday to
return to Houston, Tex.,
after spending a couple of
weeks with his mother,
Hills and Dales Hospital,
Cass City, being treated for
an injury suffered Saturday
on the golf course.
Mrs. Delores Stevenson
were callers Monday a t the
home of the Tom Reehls.
Flint visited her parents,
Mrs. Linda Coaster of
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kain, for
Permit a t the first forum.
Coffee and donuts will be
Provided. need of transpor-
tation can call Thumb Area
Daniel Boone Chorus.” He of Car0 and her daughter, Transit.
’ Anderson, Tuckey,
. is a music teacher a t a
Lutheran school in a suburb
Lapeer, Cindy Striplin of
Roswell, Ga., Larry Wat-
terworth of Lansing, J e r r y
Mrs. Ciel Zuraw.
Callers a t the Harry Roxane Bertels, and chil-
dren of Sandusky were
the week end.
Dr. G. W. McNiven Kehoe home Saturday were
Bernhardt & Co., P.C of St. Louis. Watterworth of Yonkers, Mrs. Carl Sieland and Mrs. luncheon guests of Mrs.
CertifiedPublic Accountant’ Dr. R. R. Watson Mr. and Mrs. Bill Goodell N . Y . , and Y.N. Craig Caro- Paul Langlois of Caro. They Mary McKellar Tuesday.
Qary Anderaon, CPA 6733137 Optometrists spent the week end of June lan of Norfolk, Va, joined Mrs. Gerry Carolan Mrs. Gerry Carolan was
Rob.rt TUCkey, CPA 872-3730 Primary Vision Center P.C. 30 in Chepstow, Ont., where Frederick (Fritz) Sie- and Velma Helwig for din- the dinner guest Sunday of
J o m Bernhrrdt, CPA.673-3137 6505 E Main, Cass City
715 E. Frank St., Caro, Mi. they attended the bi-centen- land, well-known by many ner a t Sherwood-on-the- Mr, and Mrs. Gary Carolan
872-4374 oca72.4375 and Todd of Lapeer. Mr.
nial celebration and in the area died a t his home
Hours: Monday thru homecoming of Greenock
6261 Church St. Friday 9-5
in Caseville last Monday.
Cass City, Mi.
Township and a get-to- He was 66 years old and
Special gether of the Chris Lang spent most of his life in
Appointments Available family, Mrs. Goodell’s mat- Caro. Attending the wake
ernal great-grandparents. Wednesday a t Collon Fun-
After the Girl Scouts car- eral Home were Dennis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sontag
Dr. W. S. Selby lier helped ready the area Rocheleau, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Generous, Caro.
Op torn e t r is t and the Women’s Study Harry Kehoe and Mrs. Guests for ice cream and
Hours: 8-5 except Thursday
8-12 noon on Saturday
Club donated the petunias Velma Helwig. Mr. Sie- cake were Mr. and Mrs. Bill finishes Navy
for the 4th of July Holiday, land’s funeral took place a t Bliss Sr. of Cass City, Mr.
4624 Hill St.
Across from Hills and Dales Hospital a few members of “The Sacred Heart Church, and Mrs+ Chuck Bliss and training
Phone 872.3404 Over - the - Hill - Volunteer- Caro, Thursday. daughter, Caro, and Jack
Pa rk-Serv i ce olea ned and Mrs. Elma Miklovich Generous, Caro. Navy Seaman Recruit
Men - Women - Children
Bendrey, Brining, trimmed the up-town vil- was the guest of Mrs. Gur- Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas J. Sontag, son of
lage park last Monday. nith Fisher in Sanford from Hunter and sons of Syl- Morris and Patricia Son-
Certified Public Accountants
Harold T. Donahue
July 6, Raymond
Rabideau celebrated his
Monday to Thursday of last
Dinner guests Friday
vania, Ohio, were weekend
guests of Mrs. W.C. Hunter
tag, 4484 Hartsell Road, has
completed recruit training
a t the Naval Training
Quality M Q Products Sold
Gary E. Bendrey, CPA
Douglas P. Brining, CPA
Harold D. Sweeney, CPA
Joseph H. Nartker, CPA
4674 Hill Street
872-2323 The Owen-Gage Senior
evening of Deacon and Mrs.
Lambert Kuhr were Miss
seniors meet Lisa Edler of Birch Run and
J i m Kuhr of Saginaw.
Guests for several days
of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan
Hobart are Sally and John
Ellis, Mike and Andy of
Center, Great Lakes, Ill.
During the eight-week
training cycle, trainees
studied general military
subjects to prepare them
Walk-ins Always Welcome
Call 872-4722 For An
Appointment Ahead of Time
6‘144 E. Cass City Ad., Cass City Office hours everyday Little Joshua Richfield, Minn. They will
64 Westiand Dr.. Bad Axe, MI 48413
Citizens met in St. Agatha’s Beauchamp of Bay City
pariHh hall in Gagetown spent several days with his
July 5 with 50 members and grandparents, Mr. and
also spend time with John’s
mother, Mrs. Ann Ellis of
for further academic and
on-the-job training in one of
the Navy’s 85 basic occupa-
Fairgrove. Sunday, the
47 Austin St., Sandusky, MI 48471
P~OIW 313-(148.4931 Dr. J. Geissinger
John Bayley from
Mrs. Bill Goodell.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis
Harlan Hobarts, Ben and
Jeanine Hobart and boys
Their studies included
seamanship, close order
Corner Main & Seeger, Under Osentoski Realty
Chiropractor Arizona, was the guest. G o s h and family attended and the Ellises were guests
Twenty-nine blood pres- the funeral Thursday in in Rochester of Dr. and drill, Naval history and
Weinlander, Fitzhugh, Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri.
sure readings were taken. Cass City of Mrs* Goslin’s first aid.
Bertuleit & 9-12 a.m. and 2-6 p.m. Mrs. A1 Reidinger in celeb-
Sat., 9-12 a.m. Elma Miklovich opened uncle, Theo Hendrick. ration of the birthdays of
Schairer, PC the meeting by having Jeanine Hobart and Sally
21 N Almer, Caro, Mich members recite the Lord’s Guests of Mrs. Fred
Certified Public Accountants
1600 Center Avenue
Across from IGA Store
Prayer and the pledge to McKellar from Thursday
Mr, and Mrs. Harlan How can you get help fast
P.O. Box 775
Phone Caro 673-4464 the flag in unison. till Sunday were Mrs. Millie
Door prizes were won by Pcnrod and her daughter,
Rabideau of Pontiac are
spending time a t their sum-
when your car is smashed?
Bay City, MI 48707 Grace Clara and Lee Smith. Darlene Konkel of East De-
Walter G. Weinlander,CPA Members sang ‘‘Happy troit.
mer farm home here. Cal-
lers Sunday were Mr. and
Stewart J. Reid, CPA Richard A. Hall, D.O. Birthday” to Alma Wald, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Down- Mrs. Raymond Rabideau
Robert L. Hennessey, CPA Osteopathic Physician Louise Ashmore, Tony En- ing attended the reception and Mrs. Gerry Carolan. Count o n the ”no problem’’people at Auto-Owners Insurance.
Phone Toll Free 6545 Church Street
derle, Anna Klakulak, Ven- at Dom Polski Hall, Caro, They pride themselves on fast, h i r claims service based o n their
eta Kling, Prudence Quinn, Saturday evening in celeb- Our Lady of Guadalupe strong common sense approach to settlements.
1-800.624-2400 Cass City, Michigan Society held their festival
Robert Schell, Erwin ration of the marriage of Just ask your Auto-Owncrs agent about his “no prob1em”claims
872-4446 Thompson and Art Miss Frances Kozan and Sunday a t St. Francis Bor-
gia Church in Pigeon. service o r better yet, ask someone who’s had a claim handled
1 Counseling Office 872.4725 Home 072-4762 Thomas. Carl Palmateer J r . Linda
Good wishes were given and Ryan Downing also Among those attending by Auto-Owners!
Salb A. lsterabadl were Julie Lopez, Stella _. .. , . ,,
M.D., FRCS to Art and Mary Thomas a t tended. -c
DO YOU HAVE A 4674 Hill Street who celebrate an anniver- Mrs. Ciel Zuraw returned Leyva and her guests,
DRINKING PROBLEM? Cass City, Michioan 48726 sary this month. home Sunday after a few Rosie Quinn, Elma Mik- &&&&
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Surgeon, Qenersl& Thoraclc Justina Jantz had days’ vacation in Seven lovich and Mrs. Mary Hook,
AND AL-NON Outpatient Clinic surgery on her shoulder, so Springs, Penn. She accom- who was spending the week
Every Friday Evening. 8:oO p.m. Hills a Dales Hospital a get-well card was sent to panied J a n and Pete Brus- with Mrs. Miklovich. Call or Stop B y
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church Each Wed. 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. her. sow of Car0 and they at- Bishop Kenneth Untener of
Hoon K. Jeung, M.D.
Final plans were made tended the Polka Music Saginaw celebrated the
mass, much of which he did
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Saturday 9 to 12 noon Davisburg. of Findlay, Ohio, spent the
\ Grace Roberts brought a week end with Mrs. Bader’s
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6230 Hospital Drive couple of humorous read- parents, the Keith Goslins.
Cass City, Mich. 48726 ings which Elma Miklovich Cousins Guadalupe
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read. Mary Blondell Reyna and Maria Perez of
GROUP, P.C. thanked the group for the El Paso, Tex., arrived Sun-
P.S. Kumar, M.D. card she received. day to visit several weeks
h i d E. Eo&, D.D.S. Homer Kretzschmer re- with Mrs, Regino Lopez.
h r d w. sarmrl, D.D.S. Dioniria A. Sy, M.D. minded the group of the They join Mrs. Nico
b l l l O n d C. IhrrkCk, D.D.S. Owendale festival which is Elazalde, also visiting Mrs.
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Car0 rain the group will go to St. Foreman and J a m e s Mer-
Agatha’s parish hall. ton Hendershot Saturday
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