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The Hillsdale Daily News from Hillsdale, Michigan • Page 3

Hillsdale, Michigan
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SC Interview Dates Changed The Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays have caused a change in the schedule of Social Security interview hours at the Hillsdale Courthouse, reports Raymond C. Backus, Jackson District Manager. have been informed that the Courthouse will not be open on Friday, Nov. 27, so there will be no interviewing hours on that date in Backus emphasizes the Jackson district office will, however, be open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.

m. on Frdiay. Field Representative Frank Chase will be interviewing again in Hillsdale on Friday, Dec. 11, from 9:30 a. m.

to 12:30 p.m. Because Christmas falls on the last Friday of the month, one of his usual dates in Hillsdale, his second trip in that month has been advanced to Friday, Dec. 18. suggest that those people already receiving benefits who want to discuss their case at Hillsdale write or phone us ahead of lime. By doing so our representative can bring their claim development record with him, and a more satisfactory interview usually Backus concluded.

MR. INSURANCE WANTS YOU TO KNOW If your insurance problem has "loose ends," Mr. Insurance can help you. Our business has been built on service and service is our first consideration. INSURANCE SERVICE 112 W.

Ph. HE 74860 7th Grade Camp Group Elects The seventh Grade Junior- High Camp Fire Girls met at the Camp Fire club rooms. The following officers were elected: President, Patricia Foulke; vice president, Angela LoPres- to; secretary, Vicky Kealeen; treasurer, Colleen Hawk; corresponding secretary. Patsy Hodge: and public chairman, Karen McKibbon. There are 28 girls in this combined seventh grade of Camp Fire Girls.

Plans are being made for an installation dinner to be held Dec. 3 at 5:30 p. m. Junior Hi ties will be presented to the girls at the dinner. Guardians are Mrs.

Cecil Burkhart and Mrs. Kenneth Fox. Mother sponsors are: Mrs. Ra'ph Crosthwaite, Mrs. Weir Bradshaw and Mrs.

William Esdale. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Robert Helmick and family of DesMoines, Iowa, will be Thanksgiving weekend guests of his mother, Mrs. Dee Helmick.

Plastic 1ops for bunker silos pay for themselves in a hurry. Unprotected silage losses can amount to third of total feed value. RECORD PLAYERS STEREO HI-FI TAPE RECORDERS R-JSH0P 1 Block N. of Post Office See Our Display NATIONAL MEMORIAL STONE COMPANY Largest Monument Dealer Phone HE 7-2537 C. L.

Baker 20 S. Manning Look Your Festive Best During The Holidays, With Professional Dry Cleaning Fabrics wear longer, look better so you SAVE MONEY 1 Kimble or Blue White 51 NORTH BROAD Phone HE 7-2275 160 LEWIS ST. Phone HE 7-4361 See it here at your Headquarters for Kodak Equipment KODAK 150 Outfit Motorized camera! Fitted carry-case! Drop in the Kodapak Cartridge. Wind the motor. And stort shooting.

No focusing or other adjustments. Film advances automatically. The Kodak Instamatic 150 Camera takes color or black-and-white snaps, or color slides. The built-in flash holder pops up for easy indoor shooting. Low-priced outfit camera, film, bulbs, and batteries in new fitted carry-case! R-J SHOP 1 BLOCK NORTH OF POST OFFICE Ministers Get Counsel Aids By FRANCES HILL The maxim that a child should be seen and not heard could well create marital problems in adulthood, according to a statement made Monday by Leo H.

Evans, social work supervisor of the Beth Moser Health Clinic, Jackson. He was conducting the third of six sessions on pastoral counseling at Carr Library on the Hills'dale College campus. Many marital problems, Mr. Evans explained, arise from lack of communication between partners. cannot talk to each other except on a superficial he said.

cannot tell how they really, truly feel, because, as children, they were not allowed to tell parents how they Therefore, Mr. Evans said, counseling a person to home and talk it is often useless. The ministerial role, in such cases, he said to get the troubled person to talk to him. Sixteen ministers of the county were in attendance and three wives. A total of 23 have attended previous sessions.

Reason for Ihe unusual seminar, as explained by Mr. Evans at an earlier interview, is the fact that most people with emotional problems go first to a minister. Asked by one minister how to get a troubled person to talk, Mr. Evans grinned and said, quiet yourself. I know I have trouble with this, and I expect ministers do General laughter indicated he had struck home session was cen.

tered around marital and family homeostasis, or ant e. The last three sessions will deal with counseling the worried individual, counseling marital problems, and counseling family problems. Ministers in attendance from the county were: Raymond T. Hallock, Pittsford Congregational; Ralph L. Kline, Camden Methodist; Duane A.

Lindsay Reading Baptist; Ralph M. Tweedy, North Adams Methodist; Varion Thorp, Waldron United Brethren; Samuel L. Stuart, Jonesville First Presbyterian and H. Howard Fuller, Jonesville Methodist. Also attending was Howard F.

Snell, Detroit Methodist. From H.llsdale came Donnell Campbell, United Brethren; Leo H. Phillips, Hillsdale College and Somerset Congregational Christian; Ralph W. Reynolds, College Baptist; Wesley A. Perschbacher, St.

Episcopal; Vernon H. Schwartz St. Lutheran; Leonard S. Rucker, Church of Christ; Blaine Varner, Church of God; and O. Lavern Merritt, First Methodist.

Ministers attending previous sessions include W. Truman Cochran, Hillsdale First Baptist; Lt. Ernest Hickam Salvation Army; Clarence Rodd Bankers Baptist; Clarence L. Bloomer, North Reading Baptist; Austin Regier, Reading Methodist; Donald A. Holm, Hillsdale Trinity Evangelical Lutheran; William B.

Kolienda, Reading Assembly of God, and Gardiner L. Winn, Hillsdale First United Presbyterian. Told Of Sister's Death Mrs. Effie Fosbender, 20 Frisbie received word late Monday of the death of her sister, Mrs. Ollie Wilds of Murpheysboro, 111.

Briefs Garage will be closed Fri. and Nov. 27 and 27. Baw Beese Legion Club open Thanksgiving Day 3 to 25. Hi-Ho Restaurant will be closed Thanksgiving Adv.

25. Mrs. Robert Englehart, 863 S.eamhurg Rd. under- surgery Monday morning at the Jackson Osteopathic Hospital. Broad Street Market will be open Thanksgiving Day from 9 a.

m. to 7 p. 25. Marilyn Knapp at the Organ Thanksgiving night Friday Saturday. Hillside Adv.

25. Buy your beef direct from the feed lot and save. 45 cents a half, cut wrapped and frozen. Dale VanFleet Ph. Adv.

24. Norman Crow, rte. 1, Camden, struck and killed a deer on Pittsford Road near Cramton Road Monday, according to the department. Turkey Night: Nov. 25, Roller Skate.

7-10 p. m. Win a frozen to buy. The Stadium Roller 24. Harry F.

Loveless 231 W. Chicago Jonesville, was apprehended by state police on a warrant for simple larceny from Coldwater police. He was turned over to them. Wagner Industries in Reading now hiring young men 18-21 years of age as well as women 18-45 on production assembly 25. Harold Kenneth Curtis, 54, 42 Willow Hillsdale, and Elizabeth Emiline Maurer, 4ft, 93 S.

Howell Hillsdale, applied for a marriage license at the county office Monday. North Adams Methodist Bazaar, Turkey Ham Dinner, starting at 5:30, Dec. 1. Adults, $1.25, under 12, Adv. 24.

You can look at the courthouse clock now without being panicked by thinking late, or early, or touched in the head. fixed. Has been since 2 p. m. a y.

Courthouse maintenance man, Roy Earles, did the work. went out on says he. Tickets for annual Hillsdale College football banquet, Wednesday, Dec. 2, available at Drug 25. Crown Zellerbach To Cut Paper Price SAN FRANCISCO Zellerbach Corp.

announced Monday a $10 a ton reduction in the price of newsprint and rot opr int. The cut will be effective with shipments of Nov. 18. On that date a Canadian paper company, Macmillan, Bloedel and Powell Ltd. of Vancouver, announced a $10 a ton cut.

The Crown Zellerbach reductions apply to the western United States regional market, including Hawaii and Alaska. Just Carrying Poppers Proved Bit Costly Transporting firecrackers on Halloween, netted James Dolley, Allen, fine and costs of $44 in the court of Justice A. R. Leonard. He was arrested by Allen police.

Gordon Leroy Turner paid fine and costs of $25 in the same court for speeding. Mail Carriers Fight Back Beginning Wednesday morning the mail carriers in Hillsdale will no longer have to submit to the nips and tears inflicted by beligerent pooches. They now can fight hack. The Post Office Department has become increasingly concerned with the injuries, and the needless cost, they incurr, inflicted by dogs attacking mail carriers. Each year mail carriers suffer some 7,000 such attacks.

As a result, the department is issuing a new' aerosol bomb, containing a dog repellent Postmaster Herb Fowle says tests conducted by the Post Office Department and verified by various veterinary and humane groups show the repellent to be harmless. A pamphlet issued to mail carriers says the repellent has an effective range of about ten feet. It is sprayed into the face of the attacking dog and produces discomfort of the eyes and nose. Although harmless, the repellent does leave a yellowish stain on the coat which can be washed off with soap and water. The test results quoted in the instruction pamphlet say the repellent is harmless to humans as well as animals.

The Weather UTTLE Cfi.NO HANGE JBy Associated Press) LOWER MICHIGAN Fair south, partly cloudy north and warmer this afternoon. Fair and not much change in temperatures tonight and Wednesday, low tonight 28 to 35. High Wednesday 40's north and 45 to 53 south. Upper Michigan Mostly cloudy and a little warmer this afternoon. Partly cloudy and warmer east portion tonight- Wednesday mostly cloudy and warmer.

Low tonight 27 to 32. High Wednesday 37 to 45. Thursday outlook, partly cloudy and mild. HILLSDALE WEATHER FACTS Maximum Temp. Monday 44 Minimum Temp, last night IS Temp.

Monday at 7 p. in. 31 Temp, this morning at 7 IB Noon today 38 Temp, year ago today Sun sets today 5:11 p. m. Sun rises Wed.

7:41 a. m. Moon sets today 12:48 p. m. Moon rises toady 10:35 p.

m. Prof. W. R. Sherman, Observer 1.

Seitz, 57, Dies Suddenly Ted Seitz, 57, former resident of Hillsdale, died suddenly of a heart attack at work. He was office manager of the Silver Mfg. Co. in Chicago and had lived in Chicago for the past 15 years. He wras born in Hillsdale Sept.

6. 1907 a son of Robert and Margaret Spiegel Seitz. He graduated from Hillsdale High School in 1925 and attended Hillsdale College. He was a member of the Hi'lsdale First United Church and Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity. During World War he wras a master sergeant in the Army in Alaska.

He is survived by a sister, E. Margaret Seitz, Hillsdale; and a brother, Robert A. Seitz, Dearborn. Funeral services will be Wer- nesday afternoon at 2 from the Van Horn Funeral Home. The Rev.

Gardner L. Winn will officiate and burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery. The family will meet friends at the funeral home this evening from 7 to 9. Illenal Deer A Bit Costly Virgil Hanning who was arrested by department following a wreck near Prattville, was assessed fine and costs of $35 or 10 days in jail by Justice Joseph W. Dilley.

He was remanded to jail on non-payment. Hugh T. Kittle was assessed fine and costs of $65 on a charge of driving under the influence of intoxicants or 15 days in jail. He w-as also assessed $10 for having no license. He also was remanded to jail.

For having a deer in his possession unlawfully, taken, Lincoln Earl Fall of North Adams, paid fine and costs in Judge court of $32.50. He lost the deer, too. Beating Victim Dies DETROIT Samuel Lee Windham, 35, of Detroit, died Monday of a beating suffered Sunday night on eastside. Police said Windham apparently had been assaulted in an argument over a girl, but they had not located his assailant. THE HILLSDALE DAILY NEWS, Tuesday, Nov.

24, 1964 3 Rotary TRAVELOG TONIGHT 8:15 PM. DAVIS AUDITORIUM STAN MIDGLEY Personally Narrates "JEEP TRAILS THROUGH UTAH" always interesting always humorous. TICKETS AT THE DOOR Christmas Is Just -1 DON'T DELAY CL VAilD YUUK ADDOIklTMCklT ArrUlmMtNI TODAY I Vlrni 1 JAWH HALL PHOTOGRAPHY 12 E. BACON ST. HE 7-2188 WOLVERINE 1,000 AND 1 GIFTS GIFTS-GIFTS-GIFTS and GIFT WRAP 25 Christmas Card Sample Albums To Choose From The personal touch with imprinted names on your cards PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS SALES- SERVICE -RENT, Wolverine School Office Supply DIRECTLY ACROSS FROM COURTHOUSE Dial HE 7-2891 22 N.

Howell Dial HE Program Is Endorsed Forest Supervisor The United Presbyterian Women of the First Presbyterian Churrh of Hillsdale met in the Fellowship Room of the Church. A litany was led by Mrs. Bruce Sutherland. Mrs. Italo Braga lone, Mrs.

Clifford Breeden, Mrs. Ellman Jones. Mrs. Charlie Rouch, and Mrs. George Robinson participated in the readings and scriptures.

Mrs. Glenn Lippert provided music at the piano. A film strip illustrating projects benefiting from the Thank-Offering gifts was shown and narrated by Mrs. Larry Luedemann. Circles three and four were hostesses for the social hour, with Mrs.

George Woods as chairman. Board Okays Car Of Poles The purchase of a carload of utility poles at the approximate cost of $1,700 was authorized by the board of public Monday afternoon in their regular semi-monthiy session. The superintendent of distribution. John A. Meyer, will make the purchase.

Claims r.n the electric utility system operation and maintenance fund were approved, as were claims on the water sup- I ply and sewage disposal sys- i tem operation and maintenance. Funds were transferred from receiving tunds of both systems to cover operation and naintenance. LADIES, PLEASING MEN IS OUR BUSINESS for holiday beauty and styling, call lOLA'S Beauty Salon HE 7-2164 12 E. Bacon Fashion Tips: Miss America EVENING WEAR Both street and ankle length dresses will be for evening wear with the full-length garment being more severe, while the street length dress paving a tendency to be frilly. WILCHAR drive in CLEANERS AND SHIRT LAUNDRY Hillsdale Phone HE 7-4777 Michigan Corner of Carleton and Union from Post Be A Real Hornet Booster CALL HE 7-4357 AND MAKE For The Annual Football Banquet At The Hillsdale H.

S. Cafetorium Buffet Style Chicken Dinner per plate MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30th, 6:15 P.M. Speaker: Vince Carillot, M.S.U. Backfield Coach This Ad Courtesy of The O'Meara Agency Made-toorder J- comfort IN A DRESS PUMP THE SHOE WITH THE BEAUTIFUL FIT into the comfortable world of Naturalizer. knit-fit" lining for caressing more walkable mid combination last.

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