Clipped From The Escanaba Daily Press
Grand Marais Brief« Grand Marals. Mich., — Noia and Donald Kllloran and Ronald Tallman of Kairport vlslterl at. the Tnrnovich home over the wook end. Business callers in town tho la.*t few days have b«vm Phil Hupy of Gladstone, and Mr. Franks, fh* new Armour Meat Salesman, who is taking the place of Rob Richards now retired. Mrs. Fred Jehle of Flint, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Nottloton, Is her*» visiting her mother who is quite ut. Juno Hella was taken to Newberry Tuesday night where she underwent an operation for »P-! *r of Naubiaway, student at Fer- Onard at Whitefish Point, are also among those who have gone to aid thr. fteJiman Tug. The ftell- man Company oper«t#»a out of Grand Marals harbor during the summer season. Birthday Party Anna Joan Seven was hosted to several of her friends Tuesday afternoon on her tweiveth birthday, Game* were played, picture« taken, and lunch served. Those present were Mary Walsh, Ethel Tousel, Dorothy Peterson, Juno Campbell, Donna Roberts, Fay Mulligan, Gladys and Anna Lund- qulst, Jean Nettleton, Retty Campbell, Joan Verc.ellino and Rh«*a Ostrander. Anna Jean received a variety of lovely gifts. OATTHEH RIG FfttH Naublnwav. Mich.—James Bak- pendlcltls In tho Newberry hospl- t al The (»rand Marals (’oast. Guard boat, manned by John Masse Jr , Vllho Olli. and John Mixon, left Wednesday for Manistlque to give aid to the Heilman ria Institute, speared a 16-pound pike at Hillvlew lake recently. The fish was 40 Inche* long. ,n ,r,M •v/,‘n,1Hn Hshlng Corn- 1 ,,any h,K whA‘ h ,H »rapped In the 11, 0 M'ven n,U"* fr,,m ,ho Mftn,M* ,,q"" harbor *Rh four men William Thorrlngton and A,b"rl (irnHH ^*rt»,#•. 1 y of Grand Mar,li" und now w,th ,ho (>,u,,t STOMACH I MINS Life is mis«rabl« for tho«» raff «rara who bava to pay the penalty of stomach or akav pataa after «vary maal.