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THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1943 THE ESCANABA (MICH.) DAILY h'HESS PAGE NINE TOM BOLGER a i a n Q t n m F PHONE 3741 MANAGER VJ L* XX U O 1 \J 1A| 1_> RIALTO HI.DG. «WILL ATTEND CHURCH MEET ^Lutherans Hold Annual Conference At Ishpeming EDWARD R. JOHNSON TV/f A XT T C T T H IT F PHONE 155 MANAGER MAINlo I i U U L DArLT PRESS BLDG. Ill Odar Street Gladstone Oversubscribes Second Sgt. Wixom Attends CHURCH PASTOR Lincoln School Students Present DRAFT BOARD War loan by Fifty Per Cent School at ft. Brady FETED TUESDAY Operetta In High School Friday CLASSIFIES 26 The Superior Conference of the ^►Augustana Lutheran Synod will have its annual meeting at Ishpeming; today and continuing through Sunday, May 9. Student Pastor John Jetty will/ attend pastoral sessions of the conference while Leonard Elquist Ss lay delegate and will represent the church and Lutheran Brotherhood. Mrs. John A. Olson and Mrs. Ollie Nelson will represent the Missionary society while Mrs. George Stecker will represent the -Junior Mission Band. All will leave this morning for the conference site. Each Evangelical Lutheran < hurch in the Superior conference, which includes those of the entire rpper Peninsula, will he represented. Dr. C. Albert Lund, pastor of Bethany Lutheran church, Escanaba, is president of the conference and is now completing his 25th year in this capacity. There will be meetings during ''♦he day for the various church organizations and pastors and in the • venings there will be services for special messages for the entire gathering. Gladstone went over the top in the second War Loan campaign in fine manner, it is announced by James T. Jones, Gladstone chairman, oversubscribing the local quota of $100,000 by approximately fifty per cent. Up to and including last Friday the total purchases amounted to ♦ City Briefs George Praiss, Gilbert Lasky and Ben Sword. Soo Line em­ ployes. have obtained leaves of tbsence and gone west where they will be employed by the Southern Pacific working between Ogden, Utah, and Keuo, Nevada. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Jolly left Tuesday afternoon to return to m)ouglns. Ariz., following a brief »isit here with friends. Mr. Jolly, former professional at the Gli*d-¡tone golf course, is holding a similar post at the Douglas country club and is also supervising Jhe construction of a new golf ■nurse near Douglas for the use >f army men. .Miss Fay Chase returned yesterday to Milwaukee, after spending a few days with her parents, Mr and Mrs. J, I. Chase. ^ George Praiss has left for Ogden. Utah, where he will be employed on the Southern Pacific railroad. Mr. and Mrs. Jere Jacobus have left for Detroit, where they will make their home. Mrs. Jacobus is former Mary Glenn Jackson. Miss Muriel Dahn has returned irom Waukegan. III., where she had been employed. Seaman 2 C John Morin, Jr., has arrived from Great 1-ikes, Ml., to spend a nine day furlough ▼vith his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Morin. Sr. Keith LeClwir, Ship’s Cook 3/C, is leaving today for Minneapolis, after spending a furlough with liih wife and other relatives and friends. Plan Fine Program For Concert May 14 An excellent program has been arranged for the concert to be presented by music organizations of Gladstone high school under the direction of Gunnar Granquist on the evening of Friday. May 14. Participating units will be the band, tith grade chorus, junior high girls’ chorus. German band, high school twirlers, senior girls' glee club, a capella choir and junior twirlers. There also will be several soloists. The program: I—Band. American Patrol. F. W. Meacham. Festival Overture. Otis Taylor. Merry Widow Waltz, Franz Leha r. Lustpiel. Keler-Bela. II—Sixth Grade Chorus. Come Thou Almighty King. Felice de Giardini. Golden Slumbers, English folk tune. Now the Day is Over, Joseph Barn by. Ill —Accordion solo, Melvin Larson. IV—--Junior High Girls’ Chorus. Spring, Ludvig Beethoven. Old King Cole, Cecil Forsyth. When, Arthur Marchant. V — Trombine solo. Norbert Johnson. VI—German Hand. Bob Richards, Norbert Johnson, Melvin Larson, Gerry Sturgeon and Joan Swenson. VII—Trumpet solo, Bob Richards. VIII — Twirlers and Senior Girls’ Glee. Margaret Schenk, Joyce Larson, Millie Heslip, Mary Beth Strickland and Elaine Norton. IX Senior Girls’ Glee Club. To Thee Be Praise Forever, Johann Sebastian Bach. Corsican Lullaby, Percy F. Hu nt. Griddle Cakes, Ukranian Folk Dance. X — A Capella Choir. O Worship the Lord. S. Rae- I inaninoff. Turtle Dove, American Folk Song. As Torrents in Summer, E. Elgar. Say Thou Lovest Me, Noble Cain. Gospel Train, Negro Spiritual arranged by Noble Cain. XI Junior Twirlers and Band. XII—Star Spangled Banner, Performers and Audience. $148,105.85 a checkup of the banks and postoffice discloses. At that time there were unredeemed pledges totaling $3,562.25 but it is understood that many have made their purchases since that time which will materially reduce this figure. The federal reserve bank has announced that all purchases made up to and including May 7 will be accepted as part of the second War Loan drive. This provides pet sons who have not as yet redeemed their pledges an opportunity to have the; amount included in the city’s second War Loan quota and if all are picked up ii will save local bond drive officials the trouble of contacting persons for failure to make good on their pledges. Sgt. Willard Wixom of Mic higan state poli« » is attending j Re\. a school at Fort Brady, Mich., | r which is designed to better acquaint heads of the various state police posts in this area with the general setup of the Aircraft Warning system. Sgt. Wixom has done considerable work in this area of the Upper Peninsula in organizing the ground observation system. Ruby Engstrom Will Teach at Minnesota Miss Ruby Engstrom, R N , has resigned a position as director of nurses at Covenant hospital, Chicago, a post which she held for eight years, and has accepted a position as teaching assistant in the Department of Anatomy at the University of Michigan, effective with the opening of the fall terms. Miss Engstrom will attend the summer session at the University of Minnesota starting in June. She is a daughter of Rev. and Mrs. C. V. S. Engstrom and is known to many m Gladstone. Clinic Held Friday At The Kindergarten A clinic was held last Friday afternoon at the kindergarten with Dr. M. A. Elstein, director of tho Delta County Health Unit in charge. He was assisted by Miss Inez Nyberg, school nurse. Children of the kindergarten were given physical examinations and a number were given immunizations against small pox and toxin anti-toxin to guard against diphtheria. Many parents of children tended the clinic. Another is to be held in near future. City Briefs Mrs. Ed from Detroit visiting with daughter. Mr Skoog lias returned where she has been her son-in-law and . and Mrs Raymond at- the Social Briefly Told Surgical Unit Open Only 3 Days Weekly The surgical unit of the American R» d Cross in Gladstone will ■ not function today or Friday ol ¡this week and in the future, until further notice, will operate on .Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday ! afternoons of each week, it is an- I uounced by Mis. J. I). Staple, act- J ing director. Slowness in receiving supplies is given as the reason for cutting a day from the schedule. 9 Birthday surprise Mrs. Erick Gabrieison. life-long esidont of Gladstone, whose sixtieth birthday anniversary was Monday was pleasantly surprised by fifty relatives and friends who gathe red at her home to help celebrate the occasion. The program, opening with reading by Student Pastor Jetty included a reading by Mrs. Ed lackson, a talk by Mrs. Jacobsen and a poem recited by Mrs. Kal- sbirsoii. Delicious refreshments were served at the close of the evening, after which Mrs. Gabriei­ son was presented with a beautiful gift. The party was arranged by Mrs. Eugene Holm. Mrs Ceorge Kositz%y. Mrs. Axel Nyland and Mrs. Matt Major. I.adie»* \iil—The Ladies’ Aid of the Mission Covenant church \ will meet this afternoon at 2:30 | o'clock. The hostess will be Mrs. Emil Peterson. * • • ( boil* lteliear*n|—The choir of the Mission Covenant church will meet for rehearsal this evening at 7 o’clock. Obituary Critts. Mrs. Critts is the former Gloria Skoog. Miss Joyce Stevero is leaving for her home In Detroit today after spending a few days here with her mother, Mrs. Alex Secrist. Mrs. Herman Kliest and daughter. Florence, have returned from Elkhorn, Wis., where they have been visiting with relatives. Miss Eloise Cunningham has arrived from Evanston to visit with her aunt. Mrs. Carl Mat Kiev. Mrs. Walter Orr has returned home from New York, where she has been spending the winter with her daughter. Miss Clara Orr. John Vaughan has returned to Detroit after spending a few days here with relatives. Mrs. Vaughan remained here to be with her mother, Mrs. Joseph Rapin, who is seriously ill. Mrs. Alma Johnson has returned home after spending the past few weeks in Chicago visiting with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cooper have returned from Chicago where they spent the week-end visiting with II II. E Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rapin of Detroit are spending a few days here. They were called here by the serious illness of Mr. Rapin's mother, Mrs. Joseph Rapin. James Dupont has returned home from Pontiac where he has been employed for the past few weeks, Sarah Oliver has returned to the Holy Family Convent at Manitowoc after spending Easter here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oliver, and in Eseanaba w ith her Piste r, Mrs. Ruth Palmeter. timer Olsen has left for Team«1 where he will be employed. Nelson To Leave I'onight To Start C haplain’s Work Obituary The Rev Ernest Nelson, pastor of tliH Bethel Baptist church, will leave tonight tor Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., where he will report to the army chaplains’ s( bool. Kev. Nelson has been commissioned a chaplain first lieutenant In the army. At fitst ordered to leave yesterday for Fort Brady at Sault Ste. Marie for his physical examination. Rev. Nelson has taken the physical examination at the Soo. all ready successfully passing it last week and instead will go directly to Cambridge from here. Rev. Nelson was the guest of honor Rt a program held Tuesday evening in the Bethel Baptist church A program arranged by Mrs. David Westin, Mrs. Leon Larson and Miss Elizabeth Falk was given in the church Auditorium and refreshments wei* served under the direction of the church social committee following the program. Dining the program Rev. Nel son was presented with a purs of money, with which he purchased a w rist watch, as a gift of the congregation and the Rev. Birger Swenson of Fscanaba presented ¡the new chaplain with a brief case las a token from the Swedish Bap- I list Upper Peninsula Confeience. I Otis Nelson. \ ice chairman of the church, was in charge of the program and cave introductory j remarks following the scripture I reading and prayer. Included in jthe numbers presented "as a vocal duet by Betty Jean Nelson and Marilyn Sundcll; a poem composed end read bv Mrs (ln*t Hetter- gren; a group of service songs sung !>v Jimmy Nelson; remarks by Rev. Swanson and Rev, Arthur ’Glen, both of Eseanaba, and Mr. , Goodman of Gladstone; a piano ¡solo by Nadlen Westin; vocal duet by Rev. and Mrs. Peter Bissett.; a | short talk by Rev. Nelson; and a group of patriotic songs sung by I Loin Sundcll and Jimmy Nelson. ; Greetings to the pastor were also ! given by l.ottie Carlson for the j church Ladles’ Aid. by Alice Peterson for the Sunday school and King's Daughters, b> Marilyn Sundcll for the Young People's j society and by Rev. Bissett for the I .Manistique Ministerial asM>cia- j lion. At present the church work will be in charge of Mrs. Nelson Vn j attempt w ill be mad** to arrange 1 for « pastor at the church for Suni day evening set vie • Lincoln school students will present the operetta, "Rip Van Winkle ” tomorrow evening in the high school auditorium at 7:30 j o’clock. Parents of the children participating will receive compli-' mentary tickets. A small admis-i sion will be charged others at tending the program. The musical j is under the direction of Miss Margaret Johnson, music instruc-l tor for the Manistique schools. Members of the east are Rip Van Winkle, Clare Peter-I son. Dame Van Winkle. Patricia At ehe>. Young it ip. Lovd Wood. Judith, Helen Gehrke Nicholas Vedder, Wallace St. John. Derrick Van Bununel, Larry Curi an. First Mother, Eileen l.uFren- lere. Second Mother, Ruth Tennyson. w I d < First Man, Donald Fugere, Second Man. Hugh Bundy. First Child. Shannon Henry, Second Child, Joan Terrian. Third Child, Polly Gillingham, Hendrick Hudson, Kenneth Bryant. Gnomes Who Speak. Leon Linderoth. Robert Minor. At dene Roniet Clvd«* l.vuu, Jimmy Keti ik Walter Schai sti om. First Soldier, Wayne Davis Second Soldier, Duane De Saut el. Flag Bearer, Drummer, Fifer, Eugene Davis, Alan Ott, Robert Carlson. Villagers, Fifth and Sixth ti lades. Children’s Chorus Dancers, Gnomes. Third and Fourth Grades Indians and Soldiers, Fitst and Luce, Schoolcraft County Land Sales By State At Low files •llville. Jack Joan . Leo Total state land Tuesday brought $2 smallest amount raised sales ¡ land ment j Luce ertk* Mile hi»re on J 5 fi, t ho In recent ,ledili A Viiena nf Mutllsing, agent fot* th«* state depart-i of conservatlon, stated. Both I i and Sehoolcraft «ounty prnp-! s were offered by thè stato ini sales. Only a few pleces of j IDU \ KI» Mi IMH (. \LL Edward McDougall, *> 5, who made his home in thn Green j school district for several years, died Wednesday night at the Shaw hospital in Manistique. lie was a veteran of the ,7!»th volunteer U. S. infantry, saw service in the Philippine insurrection, and was a member of Charles Adkins I’ost «it. United Spanish War Veterans, The body was taken to the Retainer and Jackson funeral home. Social Oil coolers are now being built of brazed steel, replacing copper tubing, to save 64 per cent of copper. Masonic Lodge — A regular H meeting of Gladstone Lodge No. ! 396, F. & A. M., will be held tonight at S o’clock at the Masonic hall. Refreshments will be served. • * • Royal Neighbor»—Mrs Robert Mathison will entertain the Royal Neighbors Friday night at 7:30 o'clock at her home, 1 403 Wisconsin avenue. Mrs. Ole Peterson will be assistant hostess. * • • < lioir Practice — The senior choir of tho Methodist church will meet at 7:15 o’clock tonight at the church for practice. RIALTO Last Times Tonight Adults 25c *nc* ^aI Children 11c Inc. Ta\ HiT$ Ml I NO. 1 battu Araren^ T^milEMMETT TWIN BEDS“ M1SCHA AUER Show ii nt 7:<M> \ 10:00 p --------------- HIT NO. 2 -------- in. Now It Can Be Told! The Shocking Inside story Of How Paris Fell! XMHil \\ .silloI V Funeral services for Andrew Sirola, 71, aged longtime resident of Gladstone who passed away Tuesday, are to he held at All Saints’ Catholic church this mot tl­ ing at 0 o’clock, the Rev. Fr. Joseph Schaul officiating The body was returned yesterday afternoon to the family home to repose until the hour of last rites. Serving as pallbearers will be Fred Kinkella, l^ouis Jackovich, Camiel Verllarnme. Matt Senior, David Jackovich and John Per- maii. Burial will bo made in Fernwood cemetery. Swenson Brothers funeral parlors will be in charge. Grand Marais Boy Seouts—Reorganization of Troop 56, Boy Scouts, w ill be held at the Methodist church tonight at i ’ ?!0 o clock. BOYS IN THE SERVICE i> “Piggyback” training in single- seater fighter planes has cut flying accidents from an index of <¡.5 to a new low of 1.5. i it \ \si i i : i : i I‘vt. Win F Praiss has been transferred from Ft. Sheridan, 111., to the Aberdeen Proving Grounds at Aberdeen, Mai viand Giand Maruis, Mich Mr. and Mrs. Ora Kndress visited friend' in Newberry Saturday. Mrs. Cline Carpenter who had been visiting relatives in Grand Rapids is spending several day* at her home here. She has as her guest, Mrs. James Decker ot Germfask. Mrs. S. Ostrander Si. and son, Sayne and Mrs. J. Thoi rington Sr.. were business callers in Miinlslng | Monday. Mrs. Edward Roberts and son | John, have returned from th* ' Muuitsing hospital, Mr. Roberts I ot Sault Ste. Marie spent Monday j here with his family. Morris Hoiowit* of Rdmonton. I Alberta, Canada, spent several days here iast week visiting friends. The township board held a reg ular meeting at the town hall ; Monday evening Mrs. Bernice Finutan has re turned from an extended visit ,\lro> '« Birthday Pai l \ Alroy Mersubk. son of Mr and Mrs. Albert Mersnick, celebrated his sixth birthday anniversary with a party at th« home of his p. rents on North Houghton avenue on Tuesday afternoon. The guests played gnnies and aug birthday songs after which lunch was served. fca< h guest was piesented with favors. Alroy received many nbe gifts from the following gue-t* Walter Garvin, Jr., Donnie Lillderoth, Gail LaBiasseur, Jackie Bunker, I ‘it sy and Donna Popour, Jimmy and Russel Ja< kson and Lois Mae and Donald Mersnick. • • • Birthday Party Jimmy Jackson celebrated his ninth birthday anniversary Saturday afternoon at th»* home of his parents, Mr, and Mrs. C. W. Jackson. Arbutus avenue. Vi land In Luce rnuntv wer# <»old, the pioperty hnnginr 1275 of the total ''ale. Kight parrels of )nnd ill the c Ity of Munisttque wi»i*»*old in addition to seteHge in the count V. A slate land sale will be held at Kscanaha on Thursday and at Menominee on Friday. Sale» at the west end of the Upper peninsula will start at Marquette later tin month. H S. Gibbs and Le. Jankowski, both of Lansing, wer< her«* to conduct the *iile for the lands division of tin state eoimei- vstlon department In addition to Mr. Vi/ena. News From Men In The Service lous games were played dur-jiast mg tin* afternoon after which a birthday lunch wa^ served A dec orated birthday cake was the cen t*i piece* of the table Jimmy received many nic e gifts j !;<i!ii the following guest Miss Solom, his teacher, and Danny VanKyck, lion and Dick Me Ken-1 /ir, Tommy Wilson. 1‘eier Peterson, Alvin Nelson ami Donuy and Mai ily n Jackson. Now Owrsra*—-PFC. H-uve' M< Laughlin, formerly employed In Manistique and now in Uncle Sam’s army, has arrived safely o\*i'*a- I>h«is Received from him since reac hing his ncsw location did not reveal where he had gone It was five weeks from t! >* time he was last heard from until h letter was received from him w^*k. Second Grades Children Appearing Between Acts, First and Second Grades. Members of the choruses are: Indians. Jerry Raskey, Franklin Daugherty, William Schar- strom, Clara Gierke, Bonnie Fa- gau. Betty Fagan. Joseph Parker, Cletus Dixon, Alice Paradise, Ber- net.t Ledger, Geraldine Miron, Arlene Anderson, William Smlth^rs, Robert Gunderson, Delano Dixon, Phyllis Pasino, William Be Thelma Miron, Lois Giroy, Wilson, Duane Menuccl. Tennyson. Peter Carney Thomas, John Duquette. Soldiers, Robert Parker, Kenneth Garvin. James Duquette, Leonard Gould, Robert Lalond , Wendell Swanson, Jean Osterhout, Virginia Bryant, Carl Swisher, Barbara Fountain, Joanna Knutson, Gary Kerridge, Ronald White. Wilma Dufour. Donald Fagan. Georgianna Mark I'at /. Delore Alexander Lariou Phyllis Garvin. Children's chorus. Patricia Swisher, Kb anor Sharkey. Lillian Sangraw, Jane Anne Bunker, Phyllis Hastings, Joan Terrian, Ronald Welch, Robert White, Richard Pasino, Lois Garvin. Shirley Sraithers, Joanne Pistulka, Betty Runyan, Shirley Gardner, Joan Norbert, Dora Ann Davis, Shirley Pat/, Jean Macfarlaue. Marelyn Fountain. Mary Alice Wilson, Florence Haas, Ida Wood, Ida Miller. Ronald McNally. William Murray. Dixie Garvin, Gerald Dixon. John Sebeek, Bennett Olmstead. Donald Sangraw, Shannon Henry. Intermission Kntertalneri, Patricia Ann Schneider. Joanne Minor, James Nelson, Helen Fieher- ntti, Patríela Fountain. Lois Sundell, Joan Nelson, Douglas Murray. William Morden. Gordon Moore, Louis Salter, Emily Stephens, l*e«* Hew i1 1 , Betty Terrian, Mary Ann Mincoff, Francis La ni­ lón, Lowell Wood, James Lalonde. Karl Johnson, Bruce Henry', Patricia Stephen«. Gall Norton. Marvin Larson, Wayne Richard. Dancers. KUeen Arc hey, Betty i DeMars. Mary Jane Iailonde, Patricia Fuger#, Betty Jean Swanson, Bonnie Larson. Beberly Lalonde. Camille Lar'^n, Inej Run-j yati, Dorothy' Marks, Janet N oi - i ton, Kva Tennyson. Polly' Gilllng* ¡ meet ham, Barbara Macfarlaue, Klalne | Carney. Villagers, Carl * rchev, Kvelyn Anderson, Shirley Ander*on, Peggy Burns, Mildred Buruse, Lois Carrot hers, Sally Carlstrout, Betty Duquett . George DeVine, Bobby Davis, W»lla< e Hokensou, Carol Hastings, Sylvia Larson. Kvelyn Marks, George McFarland. Ku- gniie Me But ne>\ i 4 rol Pasino, Mary I«e.« Stp\en. Marilyn Schu* bring, Norma Salter, Leonarc! Swisher, Nadine WeMin, Fay« Wilson, F\e rt Pati!, Shirley Bancroft. Alyn Besner, Koland Bur- nls. Robert Bui use, Laura Carney, Howard Davis, Kuimet Fagan. Maurb’e Fagan, Doris Gardner, Richard Garvin, Daniel Gould, Gordon Gould, William Gunderson, Dolly Haas. Shirley Hoffman, Douglas Hokensou, Cl* o Hulshof, Mildred Kerridfe, Howard Larsen, Robert L* dg* r, Joan MacGregor, Jack Minor, James Murray, Marlyn Nelson, Joyce Pasino, Wilfred Pel on, Jack Swanson, Raymond Swanson, Arlen Swish-1 er, Jantr* Wharfield, Margaret t Welch, Kverett Wood, Marjorie Wvma. Gnomes, Harold Sangra«. Melvin Larlon, Robert Gould, Jimmy Ketcik, Dick Jos Martin, Walter! Scharstrom, Clyde Lynt*, Maxwell : Burns, Leon Linderoth, Richard j Ketcik, James Carney, Richard} Burnis, Donald Davis. Robert j Minor, Donald Fox, Ardene Roem er. Five Men To Get Orders For First Physical; Four Put In 1-A Four men were given 1-A class- if atlon Monday night at the meeting of tho Sc-hoolcraft county s.-jeetlve service board and five others were ordered sent notices to report for preliminary physical ■ vtminntions In addition to that irtion the hoard classified another 22 men. Ordered sent notices to report p jliminary physical examination were Kwald L. N*lson, VV'ilbtii* It. Fairchild, Arthur C, Halvorsen. Francis J. Sromovsky and Clarence W. Peterson. Classifications made were: Cla<s 1-A—Kldred O. Linden, Lawrence K. Downing, Walter J. Donna i Holms. William H. Tennvson. Delores J Class 1-A (in—Asher R. Fox. Ir , Krneat J. Derwln. David L. Eckerg. R—Randall C. Seaman, 1 Class ! Charles j Neadow, Class Elmer F. Class man. Class ^ atta, Joseph ! J. Lancour. Class Class derson. Class i Cari G, ! macher. Class 4 j Clayton Chspman Lander. Fugene J. -C—James Flodin. 1-C- Lane r « h »—V" I^eslca F. Wieland. R. Van Or- rnle V. Van- Jr . Aloysius ’ \ —George H N’eviP.e ’.-A eli»—Klmer E. An- Herbert F. Fagan. 4-A -Harry W. Edwards, l.agman, Harry H. Sptel- 4-F UU- John Peterson. L, VanGorder, Roger Emery E. Johnson. Briefly Told .lunitir Noiing People — The Junior Voung People's «ociety of the Bethel Baptist church will me.-t for a monthly business meeting this evening at the home of Mi-s June Wicklund. Alaer sve­ nne. Jean and Jane Nelson will be the assisting hostesses. • • • \e»ti» I*—I'he Manistique Home Economies Extension group will this evening at the home of Mrs. John Gtrvin. Jr., on Rang» street. The meeting will commence at eight o'clock. The lead> jet. will present the first of two i le«*ons on making of slip covers. Thos« planning to make a slip eov* under the direction of the leaders must attend this meeting. Those attending are a«ked to bring piper and pencil. • • • t.oleb n Mar laxlge—There will be a regular buslnes* meeting this evening at eight o'clock at the Legion cottage. \f#»rnhers sre asked to attend. • • • Rummage s,*l«-—The ni mbers of the Zion Lutheran Indies* Ahi society will sponsor a rummage ' * ! e «.ri Frid iy and Saturday at the Ford garage. The gale will start at nine o’clock. Anyone having anv* donations »re asked to bring th* m to the garage on Friday morning. OAK THEATRE Today Only F veiling, 7 ane! 9 Wins Coiiiiuixtioii——M Uton La ¡Vigne w s commissioned a second lieutenant at Fort Knox, Ky . Satin day after completing an inten Fire Department dels Tuo Calls officer* 1 1 .tining couiseiheie wife, the former Ruth Weh- of Manistique , was pi «sent at graduation exercises and eel the insignia of rank on ne w second lieutenant. Lieut. IJiVigne will b. placed in command «»f a five-tank army unit He and his wife ¡ue visiting here SI V* His tier the pin the FOR SALE: lluUM* illtel 2 le»t *», une 1er 5.1W \l- ger \\e. |^i»t |({, lot ,t on \lge i iw, Eveellen» neighborhood. Parties InteH'-.leet writ«* to Frnuk (c. liiee. »04 ltn*<ii \w ||\. IOM.V K in*;'•ford. 'II* h. ALWAYS IN MY HEART”! Franc is ■ \\ liter Hustoa Also Selected Shorts lie < »11 3!n illemortam Mr IN NI W VORK pl. Charles Snowaei't, sou of und Mrs. Frank Snowaert, ha,*" been transferred Washington, to Ni from T w York a co ut a N. V Of our dear little daughter and sister, Darleen Pepin, who died three years ago, May lf»4n. j Dear Darleen, vou are with us vet, t * Your beautiful memory we can't forget; Your anaei face, your charming smile; Your memory w hile. Wilson is w ith us all the Your memory is with u« — but you are goue; Time without you is much too; long. But while you li<* in solitude, You're with us in our every mood. Your place is empty—you've gone uw a>; But .safe in His arms you are today. Your image at home is always seen; Your memory is with us. Our baby Darleen. Mi*. Iluth Hard) and en Wilson, Mich- — Miss Stasia Reischj k. of Ha> in* Wis., who is a stenographer in the- office of a certified public accountant, visited «it the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph ltosehyk of Wil- Mie h , for the Easter holi* and also the following we»-k when ^he came home with ister and brother-in-law, Mi | with relatives in Chicago, The Community club u party honoring Sergeant ! Lunquist on Monday evet the club- he adqua’ let s Lundqulst i ci urns to Cooke*, California, toroon Pvt, Norman Soldeutki j Mr, and Mrs. Edward So I has been transferred from ' Me Coy, Wlfr , to Camp Mt i non■ Illinois. Dr. and Mrs C. J. Pow Eseanaba spent Sunday he their home. Members t»f HI. iva Fri lug r. uk mp, son of Idenski Camp Ver» s of at1 del t he spa be Manistique fiie d* pa A**red two e alls Tuesds' n Damug* by fit* in •> was light. The fitst call fire at the home of Mr, Russell Greenwood. T* me, and was caused by i a pile of fétu*«» burnii ba< k yard being blown i floor. While the file- c it was uut on that cal i'ed a call to extinguish at the* J, Joseph U rbe ce, Range »treet App fir® there had starteli k on the shingles, Fin i* Boal strtt«d Ittli aft nt >r- >ot h W d % and race i per I it til I »«■en Í» 4 1 In lie CO will retti ddltlonal The nev the yt*. IV •n t etton o1 o Fort t week« ’Utenani since hi* ha<4 May unde •pai troni ■ C h i* ! Worn Thur i ular i The son, days lend, her Und M Racine, Wis Mr. and Mrs, Racine, Wis , a I homes of their H ti ii C1111 sday eve meet ing program the < will gi ;ing for of the and lu on in charge of the Se rand -Mai to Seney the last reg- club year, i< h will be y members. I II Re ei I t u’-'.— lî , j I th* Orr buildiuü will be two until four-thirty, ai*- neaded In the wo cutting sti<l stit< InuK open from Volunteer- kroom for FOR SALK t ine trui tor ilouble di«k ; on»* rieliug <ultiist»r; one Itami cultivator, two H.tlkina pious; two mowing machín***; two laniung mill»; one platlurin; I mode I-\ tra* toi Hl» fonlwis reareiitl; tw*-h«* s«-t t»f doublé haines«; fourteen aitile li ceno and eigliteen borse*. Inquire at Ford (tarage GROW YOUR OWN VEGETABLES Janies Paiser, also of I James Paiser of e visiting at the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Roschyk and Mr and Mrs. John Paiser, both of Wilson, Mich, Mr Paiser who was in­ du* ted in ihe army, is leaving for Fort Shei idau, Friday, May T, front Racine. Mrs Pai-er is the former Helen HosehyV Wi!**'*n and w ill remain in Rae ine after lier husband leaves, ,> 11 * u to btr- III I Ii I \ I 'I \ltgi I Iron wood —Albert M, Mark*. Iron wood attorney, who was recently appointed tel a post with the United States Department of Labor, Detroit, has now been a«- sifcned to the I'pper Penlntula and will be stationed at Marquette. Mr. Marks is now in Lon wood on busiiH s for the wage and hour and public contracts division I gin w ork in •sîiOl tiV in dele n NOTICE 10 RURAL RESIDENTS! Effective Saturday, May 8, I will be in my ofiice at tho county jail from one to eight p. m. on Saturday only tor the purpose of issuing operator's and chauiieui's licenses to residents of rural area*. This schedule is bemg adopted for convenience of the public aa well as the sheriff's ofiice. Sheriff John M. Hewitt from NORTHRUP, KING & CO.’S SEEDS We sell them Dependable Since ISSI also Farm Seeds of all kinds Timothy - Alsike • Medium Red Alfalfa • Sweet Clover - Bromis Inermis * Oats - Barley and many other*. Place your order today with MILLER-MORAN CORPORATION Manistique Phone 237 Michigan