CASS CITY CHRONIC! F-THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1970 CASS CITY, MICHIGAN Sgt. W. Hempton Uncle Tim From Tyre Says: assigned to Marie Meredith Dear Mister Editor: Bug said, cause a feller is bet- company cancels, went on Bug. ting he won't live long, the com- pany is betting he will, and The fellers were general Texas base Phone 672-9489 Bug Hookum told the fellers agreed with Bug that the only at the country store Saturday both is hoping the company wins. thing insurance insures is that Sgt. Walter Hempton left re- night that high on the long list The kind of insurance that's the insurance company will £it cently for Ft, Hood, Texas, of things he don't understand bugging Bug is where judgement theirs first, and if the pore lei- where he will be stationed until Mr. and Mrs. Harold Domke Mrs. Ralph Smith. Joe Billot of Snover. caller of her mother, Mrs. Owen in this world is insurance. He is involved. With life insur- ler that pays ever month gits Jan. 1, 1971. of Lansing spent from Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Ted Marshall of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sprague Smith. said he had thought the situa- ance, a man is alive or dead his at all it will be the hard He had spent 30 days' leave till Monday visiting Mr. and Deford were Sunday dinner and family of Bay Port were with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kerby- tion up one side and down the and they ain't much question, way, like hiring lawyers and Mrs. Ralph Smith. guests of Mrs. Roy Ashcroft. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. son of Flint were Sunday after- other about the store owner that but insurance on cars, agin git- wading through the quicksand James Hempton of Cass City, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Turner Mr. and Mrs. Vern Sever- Ryerson Puterbaugh and family. noon guests of her mother, Mrs. got his shipmunt of clothes ting bad sick but not" dying, agin of the court like the store own- and other relatives after spend- and daughter Marilee and room- ance of Saginaw were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Wai- James Groombridge. They stole and he was of the mind acts of God and man on property, er that got his clothes stole. ing a year in Vietnam with the mate, Kerry Spears, spent a dinner guests of her mother, ters (Christine Brown) of La- spent Sunday evening and over- that the biggest crooks in the agin being robbed or burnt out Ed Doolittle put the stopper 101st Airborne Division. vacation in Canada. They also Mrs. Owen Smith. peer were Sunday afternoon cal- night visiting Mr. and Mrs. story is the insurance company. or otherwise done in by yore in the insurance jug, Mister His current address is: Sgt. visited Mr. and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Tur- lers of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Voyle Dorman. Bug said the big trouble with feller man, Bug allowed, is jest Editor. He said it is true that Walter Hempton, 383-48-2340, Parrott at Indian River and Mr. ner and Marilee were Sunday Turner. a way to make sure the insur- III Corp. Test Headquarters, and Mrs. Robert Bullock at The Voyle Dorman families Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hagen insurance is that it ain't. It is insurance companies, rich liv- dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Esholz like this country's civil defense ance companies wind up owning ing Guvernment, Guvernment Ft. Hood, Texas 76544. Lansing. Dale Turner and girls. attended a get-together Sunday everthing and running the and Scotty of Sandusky and Mr. set up, it looks good and it gives contracters and lawyers has Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flem- Mr. and Mrs. Ted Marshall at the ,home of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Arnold J. Kreuger of country. us a nice feeling of being per- tected, but down deep we all If you got car insurance and got locks on this country, and the locks has got so many combin- Herbert Wagner ing and daughter Jane of Ann Arbor spent Sunday and Monday of Deford were Monday af- ternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Billot when all'six brothers and sisters of Voyle's were Saginaw were Saturday after- noon and supper guests of Mr. know that when the time comes you git in a wreck, the com- ations til all a feller can do is visiting his father, Harvey Ralph Smith. present. and Mrs. Merrill Kreger and pany either cancels yore policy Mr. and Mrs. Andy Hoagg it won't work. The little pig's straw house worked fine til the or shoots yore rate out of sight hold his nose and pay his taxes and his premums. dies in Lapeer Fleming. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hoag wscs received word Friday of the family. wolf come along, was Bug's so's you might as well of paid and family of Cass City were death of Mr. Hoagg's nephew, JUST REWARD words. the damage in the first place. * Yours truly, Herbert Wagner, 57, ofMeta- Sunday supper guests of Mr. The Shabbona United Metho- Grant Lefler of Detroit. Mr. A coffee break is worth the Nobody thinks life insurance Actual, Bug said, it's gitting to Uncle Tim mora died Thursday, Sept. 10, and Mrs. Andy Hoagg. dist church WSCS met Wednes- Lefler's funeral was in Detroit most to those who make good pertects agin dying, allowed the place where it's cheaper fer at the Lapeer hospital following Mrs. Duane Geister of day evening, Sept. 9, at the home Saturday with burial at the Mar- use of their work breaks. Bug, but the idee is if we got a feller not to file a claim. If The way to start a day right a short illness. Hemans and Mrs. Wayne Hazen of Mrs. Alvin Burk with eight lette cemetery. Mr. Lefler was some we can do our folks one you got insurance on yore house is to start the night before. Mr. Wagner, a former Cass and family of Decker were Mon- members present. a former resident of Shabbona last favor by doing it. Life in- and you file more than one da- Order of Publication. City resident, moved to the day afternoon callers of Mrs. The meeting was called to and attended the Sand Fly TEST OF TIR/K surance is nrtttv cut and dried, mage claim ever 10 year, the Lapeer area in 1962 and was Owen Smith. order by Mrs. Robert Bader, School. Old age will always have some General Mrs, Dorothy Reaune (for- president. The devotional was Mrs. Duane Geister of He- employed at the Lapeer State advantages-experience is mbre State of Michigan, File #21077 Home. merly Dorothy Wilson) of Can- in charge of Mrs. Burk. The mans was a Saturday evening trustworthy than theory. Probate Court for the County ada and Loriane Watson of Port lesson on "Risking and Re- Before the cold snap, of Tuscola. Estate of Arthur Clara, deceased. It is ordered that on Novem- He was born March 17, 1913, in Elkland township. Among the survivors are six daughters, Mrs. Lester (Bev- Huron were Wednesday af- ternoon callers of Mrs. Roy Ashcroft. sources" was taught by Mrs. Arthur Severance. This was a pledge service. Members made get our home beating tune-up special ber 19, 1970, at nine a.m., in the Probate Courtroom in erly) Auten of Cass City, Mrs. Daryl (Aileen) Wismer of Mt. Mrs. Ethel Coolidge of Lan- sing and Mrs. Duncan McLean pledges to the Missionary Fund. Plans were made for the fall the Village of Caro, Michigan of Argyle were Sunday dinner harvest supper to be held Oct. DIRECTORY Clemens, Mrs. Wayne (Dorothy) guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex 29. Mrs. Bader named com- Here's a special price offer at a hearing be held at which all Abke of Hadley, Mrs. Ralph mittees for the fall dinner. heating plant or heater tune-up. creditors of said deceased are Wheeler and family. (Jill) Swain of Metamora, Vicki Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hirsch The October meeting will be We clean it, twoe it *p and required to prove their claims, and Mary, at home. Two sons, and legal heirs will be deter- accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Sam with Mrs. Clair Auslander. The check the component parts, ati Kurt, at home, and John of Watt of British Columbia to To- lesson will be by Miss Grace at a special reduced price when mined. Creditors must file Metamora, and 11 grandchil- sworn claims with the Court and ronto, Canada, Tuesday where Wheeler. you buy your Gulf Solar Heat® dren also survive. they visited Misses Darlene Dr. E. Paul Lockwood heating oil from us. serve a copy on Frances Clara, Watt and Margaret Cressman. DR. W. S. SELBY administrator, of Cass City, Others are: two sisters, Mrs. Optometrist Call us today and start sav- prior to said hearing. Laura Retherford of Decker Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ferguson Chiropractic Physician ing with the first cold snap. and Mrs. Esther King of Sar- and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whee- The Pioneer trip to the Chuck Publication and service shall Wagon has been changed from Hours 8-5:00 except Thursday Office Hours: be made as provided by Statute asota, Fla., and three broth- ler also spent from Saturday Evenings by appointment ers, Ben of Northville and Bill till Monday visiting in Toronto Thursday, Sept. 24, to Friday, Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri. and Court Rule. Sept. 25. All senior citizens 4624 Hill St. 9-12 a.m. and 1:30-5:00 p.m. Dated: September 9, 1970. and Harry, both of Caro. and their parents accompanied are asked to note the change. Across from Hills and Dales C. Bates Wills Funeral services were held them home. If you cannot go on this date Hospital. Saturday 9-12 a.m. Judge of Probate Saturday, Sept. 12, at Muir - Rev. and Mrs. Harold Smith Phone 872-3404 Evenings-Tues. & Fri. 7-9 p.m. Brothers Funeral Home, La- of Reading, Joan Bowman of please notify Mrs. William Phone 872-2065 peer. Kalamazoo and Mr. and Mrs. Patch at Cass City. Closed All Day Thursday A true copy: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bullock Beatrice P. Berry Burial was in Elkland ceme- David Smith of Deckerville were and Robbie of Lansing spent the Harold T. Donahue, M.D. PH. 872-2765 Cass City Register of Probate tery. Monday night guests of Mr. and week end visiting Mrs. Bullocks For Appointment Physician and Surgeon parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Turner. Clinic Edward C. Scollon, D.V.M. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smec- 4674 Hill St., Cass City kert of Peck and Mr. and Mrs. Office 4849 North Seeger St. George Krause were Sunday Office 872-2323- Res. 872-2311 Phone 872-2935 afternoon callers of Mrs. Hattie Kritzman and Gaylord. Mr. and PAT'S BEAUTY SALON Mrs. Smeckert then were sup- DENTISTRY per guests in the Krause home. 6265 Main St. Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Smith E. C. FRITZ Across from Leonard Station of Snover and Mr. and Mrs. Phone 872-2772 Cass City Office over Coach Light Phar- Ralph Smith attended the wed- macy. We solicit your patronage ding Saturday at the Marlette when in need of work. United Methodist church of Miss Harry Crandell, Jr. D.V.M. Susan Kelley and Randy Tapson. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Brown Office 4438 South Seeger St. of Clarkston spent the week Expert Watch Repairing Phone 872-2255 end visiting her mother, Mrs. PROMPT SERVICE Ernest ParrotU They also vis- ited Mr. Parrott, who-is;a pa- DR. D. E. RAWSON Reasonable Charges tient intheSanilac County Medi- cal Center. DENTIST Satisfaction Guaranteed Miss Grace Wheeler and No job too big - Clatyon Wheeler were Saturday Phone 872-2181 Cass City No job too small guests of their .sister, Mrs. Clarence Bullock of Mayville. JAMES BALLARD, M.D. Win. Manasse New Ford Pinto Mrs. Ryerson Puterbaugh and June spent Tuesday in Flint. Office at 4530 Weaver St. JEWELER Priced and sized like little imports, but roomier Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Jefsen Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 12:00- Quiet and stable. Goes a long way between of California and Mrs. Dorcus 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. 180 N. State St. Caro, Mich. gas stops, service intervals, even styling .Murphy of Lockport, HI., were Daily except Thursday after- changes. Put a little kick in your life. Thursday supper guests of the noon. K. I. MacRAE, D.Q. ladies' brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Voyle Dor man. DR. J. H. GEISSINGER Osteopathic Physician and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson Surgeon and daughters, Gary Johnson Chiropractic Physician and friend of Marlette were Corner Church and Oak Sts. Sunday afternoon callers of Monday, Tuesday, Thursday Office 872-2880 - Res. 872-3365 Mrs. Owen Smith. and Friday 9-12 and 2-5. The Council on Aging will Monday, Thursday evenings ALLEN WITHERSPOON meet at 1:30 Monday afternoon, 7-9. Sept. 21, at the Sandusky New England Life Presbyterian Church. 21 N. Aimer St., Caro NEL Growth Fund. How does a nice homegrown NEL Equity Fund Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Phone 673-4464 Mustang stand up to the great Hyatt and boys were Sunday din- Value Line Fund-Keystone Funds road cars of Europe? Beautifully. ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phone 872-2321 With great looks and handling, at a George McKee and family at 4615 Oak St., Cass City fraction of the cost. With six models, Lapeer. Mrs. Jim Marshall and son On Argyle Road 5 miles east HARRIS-HAMPSHIRE seven engines and a long, of Deford and Mrs. David Mar- of M-53 or 3 miles west of Ar- long list of options. Insurance Agency shall and baby visited their grandmother, Mrs. Roy Ash- Complete Insurance Services croft, Tuesday. Phone Ubly OL 8-5108 Mr. and Mrs. Voyle Dorman For Appointment 6815 E. Cass City Rd. and Mrs. Dorcus Murphy of Barbara MacAlpine and Vera Cass City, Michigan Lockport, Hi., were Wednesday Ferguson, Operators. Phone 872-2688 evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. '71 Ford There's more Outside, it's getting noisier. Inside a 71 Ford LTD, it's a quiet world born of strength wrapped in luxury than sugar Take a quiet break. In the 1971 Ford. Ford gives you better ideas. in Michigan's MIRACLE BEET Sure, it produces sugar . . 170,000 tons in the past season . . . a tribute to the progressive sugar- beet growers in Michigan's Saginaw Valley, working hand in hand with the LTD Brougham 2-Door Hardtop state's two processing companies. But that's only the beginning. The 1,431,339 tons of sugarbeets harvested in 1969 yielded much more than its Be sure to see the rest of Ford's principal product—sugar. better idea cars for 1971 including In cash, the crop and its final products added Thunderbird, Maverick, Torino up to $42.9 million. Much of that money has and the beautiful new wagons. already been plowed back into Michigan's eco- nomic cycle. Millions of dollars for payrolls, farm iTflfflBUBilJll'l'" """~——• equipment, consumer goods, and in processor sup- plies. And, as always, in taxes paid to local and state FORD See all Ford's better ideas for government units . . . over $600,000 from the two Michigan processing companies alone. In short, the sugarbeet produces eco- 71 at your Ford Dealer's now! Better idea for safety: Buckle up. nomic sweetening for our state, as well as flavor sweetening for our table, Ford Punt, Pass & Kick Competition. Boys, 8-13, register at your nearest participating Ford Dealer through September 28 with Big Chief and Pioneer —Michigan Made Pure Sugar! Tall a c c o m p l i s h - 6392 MAISXi ST AUTEN MOTOR SALES CASS CITY ments from a humble sugar- beet . . . a miracle which repeats itself each year.
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