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PAGE indigent. under medical groups: well as categories assistance, children, classic Administration Michigan town" plan well in the as of the quality rendered to o^ both HUNT 75 75, a years, Boardman 18, 1871, daughter ^Nephew, the age of she Charles bulkier years. 1, 1941. of the city, Grayling, New Wallace and seven great-grandchild. and in death. held the Weaver-Wolbrink Tillman of the officiate, be made cemetery. state the Him known BUILDERS MUST RESPECT LINES With more construction under, way in the rural districts of the! county than in many years, an unfortunate unfortunate situation is 'developing through lack of information on the I part of the builder as to state and i county highway rules and regula-' tions, according to members of theJ Grand. Traverse County Road Com-j mission. In many instances, through ignor-| ance of highway lines, buildings \ are being builfwhich encroach on the highways, Commission members members state, and this has resulted in considerable extra expense to the builder in a few instances. All county and state highways, unless otherwise designated, are 66 feet in width, and building over the line is the same as building over any property line. Another situation which has arisen has to do -with driveways and culverts. Before a property owner can build a driveway into his property, he must~ have the permission of, the county on county roads and the State Highway Commission Commission on state roads. This permission permission is secured through contacting contacting Sid Medalie, county highway highway manager, at the county garage on Thirteenth street. Applications for driveways and culverts are pro- ce :sed promptly. For county roads they are handled here and for state roads they are forwarded to Lansing Lansing for the necessary permission. The state and . county highway commissions, being responsible for that' portion of the drive-ins and culverts on state or county highways, highways, necessarily must exercise their control over the type and size of culvert needed and the type of driveway constructed. Chalice: Katherine Rlmmet, Virginia Virginia Wolff, Barbara Mahoney, Larry Larry Vischochil, Paul Snyder. Boys.and Girls who carried the paten; Janet Couturier, Ruth Ann Graham, Wm. Anderson. Telegrams of congratulation were reecived from most of the states of«the Union and from Cuba. While awaiting assignment, Rev. McDermott will remain with his parents in this city. The level of the Gulf of Mexico is actually about eight inches higher higher than that of the outer Atlantic ocean. Izaak Walton, writer of the immortal immortal bock on the joys of fishing, was a London ironmonger by trade, ana,. the to holes of water main by FR, M'DERMOTT IS HONOR GUEST $9.95 Following the celebration of his first Solemn High Mass at St. Francis church Sunday, Rev. Richard Richard McDermott, son of Mr. and Mrs. John McDermott of this city and recently ordained to the priesthood, priesthood, was honor guest at a breakfast breakfast held at the Park Place hotel and a reception in the St. Francis school hall Sunday evening. At the breakfast, Rev. Joseph Kohler was toastmaster and Rev. R. Kosnik and E. A. Harmon were the speakers. At the reception, Thomas Kroupa was toastmaster and Rev. McDermott was presented with a purse by Rev. Kohler from the parish, and Leona Stunam Ashley Ashley presented him with a sick call set from members of his graduating class at St. Francis in 1939. Miss Joan Pierce sang several vocal numbers, and refreshments were served by the ladies of St. Francis and Immaculate Conception parishes. parishes. Monday night, open house was held at the residence of Rev. McDermott's McDermott's parents, 429 West Tenth street. In the Solemn High Mass, Sunday Sunday morning, the following persons persons assisted Rev. McDermott: Assistant, Fr. Wm. Schueller, Shepherd; Deacon, Fr. Jos. Kohler, Kohler, St. Francis; Sub-deacon, Fr. Hugh King, assistant at St. Francis; Francis; Master of Ceremonies, Rev. John Weber of Jackson; Acolytes, Fr. Vincent Howard of Ann Arbor, and Rev. Cornelius McEachin of Sheridan; Thurifer, Rev. John Hayes of Lansing; Priests present in ths Sanctuary, Fr. Michael O'Hara of Detroit and Fr. Klemowicz, Klemowicz, assistant at Immaculate Conception; Conception; Preacher, Fr. John Nagle of Kinde, Mich. Altar boys in the procession: Walter Ludka, Wm. Kessler, Jerry Wolff, Charles Carboneau, Paul Kishefsky, Frank Majszak, Ronnie Bergstrom, Anselm Mikowski, John Gastin, Blake *Hickey, John Walters, Terry Bergstrom. Acolytes in the Sanctuary: Thomas Kroupa, Eugene Provencher, Provencher, James Kishefsky, Leroy Houghton. Houghton. Boys and Girls who carried the HIDDEN ASSETS . . . Two a pair of part-way collars on a Grey, green or brown shadow COTTON J. W. MILLIKEN'S

Clipped from Traverse City Record-Eagle10 Jun 1947, TuePage 2

Traverse City Record-Eagle (Traverse City, Michigan)10 Jun 1947, TuePage 2
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