Gerald Forman

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Gerald Forman - MICHIGAN. PMtWTllliPARY 27, "r W'es^ •"*»-- at...
MICHIGAN. PMtWTllliPARY 27, "r W'es^ •"*»-- at her home in ehst Man-;|-Battle Creek, sion street. The evening was de- township, and FlortJnfce Crocker, voted to bridge, high score being also of Battle Creek. The consent wen by Mrs. William Cole, who of Miss Qrocker'^. mother^ wai presented with a gift. Dainty I necessary as the girl Is only 18 ,etiesranents were served at the i years old. conr i us ion of the game. The wiil mee t in two weeks with \\ 111 H1V-**,U 1AA M VI \J Edwy Hillabrant. club Mrs. Young People Meet— The meeting of the the Lutheran Frank Coward, receiver of the ' Union City State bank, has started 'suit in circuit court to recover a l judgment against Leon O. Roberts jand Mary Roberts of Burlington, , .. ... inlleslnj? that -they owe the bank People's society of the Lutheran, Qf $55696 on promlssory church qccurred at the, parsonage notes tnat are pas t due. The fast evening, ten members being Rmo , int includes interest that ia present. The time was devoted to .and late evening refresh- ments were served. The next 11.1:1.1*0 VYC*^ «^~» v\-vt. AIAV^ *4\^\u meeting will be with Junior Good- w%i, the, later. date to be announced v. an BRIEFS amount includes past due also. The majority or transients spending the night at the city lodging house in the Town Hall are mid dle aged or older. Thus far this week 17 transients have stopped at the lodging room over night. Of this number 11 were over forty years old, and none was less than - 21 and this in face of the fact Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rucss spent j hundreds of young men are roam>- ,r\ r\f*\r 4« If a In *v^n i*r\r\ i __ i_« __ __._.. U L.«. the day in Kalamazoo. Mrs. Fred Lee of south Kalama- zo a.venue is ill with influenza. ing the country. Circuit Judge Blaine W. Hatch yesterday granted a decree of divorce to Angela Zaharion from Thomas Zaharion on grounds of extreme cruelty. The plaintiff is to have the custody of the couple's minor son, with the provision that he is to spend the month of August and a week at Christmas time each year with his father. The latter is to pay $4.50 per week toward the child's support. s - Ervie Morgan of Battle Creek was arrested this morning by Deputy Conservation Officer Camp on a charge of hunting squirrel out of season. Morgan pleaded guilty before Justice Bossard'. It developed .Mrs. J. M. Trompen of Grand Rapids is spending a few days with her daughter Mrs. HermarfBeuker. Miss Alice Bates, County Club leader, returned today from a month's motor trip to Florida. She went on to Hastings this afternoon with her mother, Mrs. R. M. Bates, who accompanied her on- the trip. She will return this evening. City Health Officer Dr. S. K. Church reports no contagious diseases in Marshall with the exception of the prevailing epidemic of.j^c uuo ^v, c **UOO<».M. »v ^,^.~r-.. influenza and a few cases of J that Morgan, in addition to hunt- chicken pox. In several towns in j nK the squirrel out of season, also| the state epidemics there and scar iet fever had no hunting license. He ad- cases reported. some diphtheria mitted knowing that he was violating the law. He was given a i sentence of ten days in the county ! jail. Application for a marrirage U cense has been filed at the cotmty ULlloU llCLo KJCCA* lliCvt «n* u»*v ^v«.i». -.- [ clerk's office by Gerald Forman ofi One hundred people were served

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  1. Marshall Evening Chronicle,
  2. 27 Jan 1933, Fri,
  3. Page 6

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