MANISTIQUE Golf Winners Told For Indian Lake Golf winners in Wednesday women's plav at Indian Lake Golf and Country Club were Mrs Helen McGlothlin. Mrs William Howe. Mrs Berneida Earle and Mrs. John Mathews. Brid«e winners were Mrs. William Hentsc-hell, Mrs. Fred Cavia. Jr, and Mrs. Ferd Gorsche Hostesses next week will be Mesdames, Earl Le- Brasseur, Jack Williams. Ernest Eckland and Miss Lois Rosich Reservations should he telephoned by Tuesday noon to 454W. Cla«*iftrrt Art« C om I itti« But Do A Rl| ink Manistique Classified Services RKNT A HOOVER R ur Shampooci Today From LAl'liRM AN'S. M.nmiiqu* Teenager Queen Of Month Party Planned Tuesday A teenagers* queen of the month party is planned Tuesday, June 19 at the Knight of Columbus hall. Tickets may be obtained from Mrs Ellsworth Davenport or at the door. Prizes, lunch, entertainment. and the possibility of being named queen of the month are programmed New Names In The News Mr and Mrs. Raymond E. Laux, Fayette, are the parents of a 9 lbs. daughter born June 15 at Sch»x>l- craft Memorial Hospital Mrs. Laux is the former Betty Voelz. Mr and Mrs. Tom Anderson, Rie. 1. are the parents of a daughter weighing 7 lbs., 7 oz. born June 15 at Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital Mrs Anderson is the former Carol Swanson. Slining oi Iron wood, Mr. and Mrs. Robert former resident < ot will receive a baeh- nce degree in phar- Iristitute. Riy The Honorable U. S Senator Miscellaneous NOW SHOWING. U5 2 Drive Mondav. Walt Dltncv's PILOT.” Strfit.s at dusk 11 Thru MOON Personal CITY CAB S-t.uttniR today, will 7V’ between 9 p am. Howard Henry Notice: I will not !)«• resp Angus McDonaU For Kent Or Sale Modern - year-round - home, completely furnls led Knotty pine fin- uh„ 3 «. ompli te bedrooms si7c living roomm with fireplace, picture windows, dining room kitchen. 2-stall g.iiiigc 150 feel Lake Michigan sandy #hore located in Naubinwav Inquire Dnli\ Pres* Ot- fice. Manistique. Saluting Manistique Daily 11:30-12:00 Miss Jud.v daughter o E Slimna Manistique elor of sci macy at Ferrh Rapids. .1 une 19 Wayne Morse. Senator lrom Oregon will give the commencement address Judy is affiliated with the American Pharmaceutical Assn., iind the Michigan Pharmaceutical Assn., of which she served us secretary of the student biiiPrh. At the honors banquet she received the 19fi2 Woman's Auxiliary of t h <y Michigan APHA award, presented to the outstanding woman graduate of the school of pharmacy for superior scholastic accomplishment and professional interest She will be employed at St Josenh >jtal in Ann Ail viII complete irt< a granddaughtei Charles Slinim eiri| Hos] vho \ Mercy where ship. ? Mr and Mr Manistique. bor, n>e of HosDital Patients admitted to Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital are Mary Nadon, Helen Barton. Edwin Sundin. Betty Schnurer. Edward Lupton. Reginald Glidden. William Bellanger. Lucille Longtine and Carl Hoffmeister, June 14 and George Sylvester, Dclphia DeSau- tel. Della Brulev. Eva Mero. Kim and Leroy Patzer and Kirk Prond. June 13. Discharged are Michael Beckman. Arden Swisher. Richard Berger. Lorna Guertin, Kim and Leroy Patxer. William Heminger. Violet Curran. Wilfred Far- lev. John Schultz, Josephine Seaman and Emma Fenelev. Bethel Baptist Bible School Program Set The Bethel Baptist Church is presenting a daily vacation Bible school program Sunday at 7 p. m. The theme is entitled “Adventuring with Christ”. Prizes will be awarded students with the highest points received during the school session. Parents and friends are welcome. Men's Softball Play Starting The Men's Softball Assn will begin play Tuesday, June 19 Inland plays Top O' Lakes at 7 p. m., and Sunset 9. Rebers at 8;30 p. m. June 20. Demolav plays Boyds at 7 and Inland, Sunset 9 at 8:30 p. m. The Association officers and team representatives or managers will meet at the Youth Center Monday at 7:30 p. m Church Services C hurch of the Redeemer, Pren- hvterian — 9 a m., Church school: 10 a m., Morning Worship. Wednesday: 7 p. m., Adult choir practice; 7.45 p. nv. Youth Choir practice — Rev. William Farnham. Minister. PentacoKtal Church of God. Arbutus Ave. — 10 a.m., Sunday School; 11 a.m.. Morning Worship; 7:30 p.m., Evangelistic service; Thurs: 6 30 p.m., Children’s Hour; 7:45 p.m., Mid-week Scr- vlte — Rev Joline M< Lane, pastor. St. Francis de Sales — Sunday Masses, 6, 8. 10 and 11:30 a. t v, Daily Masses at 7 and 8 a. m. Confessions Saturday, 4 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m. Baptisms Sundav. l p. m.. by appointment only — Rt Rev. Msgr. F. M. Scheringer, pastor, Rev Anthony Polakowski, asst, pastor. First Methodist — 9:45 a.m.. Sunday School; 11 a m . Morning worship: 7 p m. M.Y.F meets: Wednesday: 7 p. m., Choir practice—Rev. John G Wall, minister. First Baptist: 9 45 a nv. Sunday school—class for everyone; 11 a in., Morning worship; 6:30 p. m. B Y. F. meets; Monday: 9 a. m., Bible School; Wednesday: 3 p. in., Choir practice.—Rev. E. H Ekstein, Pastor. Bethel Rapti«t — 9 30 a n . Church Bible school: 10:30 a.m.. Childi on's church and morning worship; 7 p. nv. Daily Bible vacation school program. Rev. Kenneth Wong and family guests of bible school, morning worship and evening service Wednesday 2 p. m.. Mission Circle meets; 7 p m., choir rehearsal; 8 p. nv, Mid-week service.—Rev. David A. van Gorkom, Pastor. Mrs. Chittenden Taken By Death f.V ana ha, DAILY June Ifi. 1962 PRESS 1 9 GLADSTONE Obituary P, ; i IS St. am.. Holy day: Church car. Alban's Episcopal — 7 30 Holy Eucharist; 11 a m . Eucharist and sermon. Tues- 8 p m., Women of the Rev. Ernst Kempf. Vi- Personals Mr and Mrs Edward Luikaart and daughter. Lori Anne of East Lansing are visiting at the home of Dr. and Mrs Lyle Wilson. Mrs. Luikaart is the former Nancy Wilson. Mr and Mrs. George Bouschor and son are leaving Sunday for Detroit and Ann Arbor where thev will visit friends and rela- NORM’S BURGERS East Lake Shore Drive Announces Curb Servicc Beginning Today FEATURING HAMBURGERS. HOT DOGS. PERCH. SHRIMP. ICE CREAM. ROOT BEER. POPS. IN OR OUT. Open 8 a.m. to midnight. Madeline and Norman Oliver, Managers fi Briefly Told Mission Circle of Bethel Baptist church meets Wednesday at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Arthur Nelson, Alger Ave. Lakeside Lodge 371 will hold a special communication for work in the F. C. degree at the Masonic Temple at 7:30 p. m., Monday. Lunch will be served. Visiting Masons are invited. State Police ticketed Georgia E Townson of Sault Ste. Marie. Ont., Robert C. Farmer of Hulbert and Roland A Beset te of Wayne for speeding and Harold E Wise of Chicago for not having an operator license. World War I Vets Barracks No 2759 held its regular meeting Thursday evening in the V. F. W Hall Following the business meeting, lunch was served. The next meeting will be Thursday. Julj 10 The W. S. C. S. Circles of First Methodist church meet Wednesday as follows: 2 p m. Robert Porter Circle at home of Mrs. Charles Hanson. Helen DesJarden circle at home of Mrs. Keith Bundy and Marion Simons circle, at 8 p m. at the home of Mrs Nelson Cushman. I nits of ALCW meet as follows Tuesday at 8 p. m. Esther at the home of Mrs. Iva Berwin. 517 Range St., with Mrs Edward Jorgenson a.» devotional leader; Priscilla meets at Augustana Hall with Myrtle Nelson as hostess; Devotional leader will be Mrs. Albert Backman. Units meeting Wednesday are: 1:30 p. m., Martha at the home of Mrs. Clifford Christensen, Route 1 At 2 p. m., Naomi at the home of Miss Adeline Wager. Thompson, with Mrs Edwin Gundersen as devotional learier; Sarah Unit at the home of Mrs Henning Erickson. H40 Michigan Ave. Devotional leader will be Mrs Leo Curran IT S TIME... ,, ... to tix up your home for spring and if the cash isn't handy, see us about a modernization loan. Pay us back by the month out of income. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Phone 1S8 Manistique Member Federal Reserve System, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Zion Lutheran: 9 a in . Sunday school; 10:30 a m.. Morning worship and Holy Communion; 7 p. m.. Worship at Isabella—Confirmation and Holy Communion; Tuesday: 7 p nv. Choir rehearsal: 8 p nv, Priscilla and Esther Units; Wednesday: 1:30 p nv, Martha Unit; 2 p. m., Naomi and Sarah Units. Monday through Friday, 9:30 a m. to 11:30 a m. Vacation Church school.—Rev. Ingmar Levin, Pastor. Free Methodist — 10 a.m.. Sun dav school; 11 am. Morning worship; 7.30 pm., Evening service; Wed: 7:30 p.m.. Prayer meeting. — Rev. Gwenneth Sebring, Pas- toi . Jehovah's Witne*<<e<* — !! p.m.. Bible lecture “Basis for Belief in God ". 3:15 p m.. Watchtower Study: “Overseers, Fully Accomplish Your Ministry”. Tuesday; 7:30 p m., Bible Study: “The True God Versus Baal". Thursday: 7:30 p m.. Theocratic Ministry School and Service Meeting. —Arv id Carlson, Congregation Servant. New Girls Softball League Play Starts Here Monday Night The Girls’ Softball League ot the City Recreation Department starts play Monday at 6:30 p. m., at the Hospital diamond. The league, new this year, is open to any junior high or senior high girls Team captains or Richard Bonitas, recreation director may be contacted. The first round schedule is a<follows: June 18—Twisters vs. Casey's Cousins. June 20—Cubs vs. K G.s June 25—Twisters vs. Cubs June 27—Casey’s Cousins vs K Gs July 2—Twisters vs. K Gs July 5—Casey’s Cousins vs. Cubs. MANISTIQUE Mr* Loren Chittenden. R2, of 233 Aibu Ave., who had resided in Mnni*- tique since 1924. died at 7:50 p. m. Friday at the Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital where she had been a patient for the past two months-. She had been in failing h< alth for two years. Born in Mumsin^ on Feb. 19. 1901, the former Ina Compo attended public school in Sault Ste. Marie and was married to Mr. Chittenden at Battle Creek in • May 191fi. Mr. Chittenden died May 13 this year . She was a member of St, P ran- cis de Sales Church . Surviving are a sister. Mis Alfred E Jacobson of Sault Ste Ma- i rie and several niece.? and nephews. Funeral servic s will be held at St. Francis de Sile« Church ai o a m. Tuesdav. and burial will b in Fairview Cemetery. The body is at the Me>sier- Brouillire Funeral Home wheie triends may call beginning at 2 p. m Monday airl the parish rosary will be reci’ed at 7:10 p. n. Monday. Henry Dwellinn Is Damaaed By Fire MANISTIQUE — A fire which cause has not yet oeen determined gultefl the interior of the Howard Henry home at 218 N. 3rd St. early today, causing extensive damage The Public Satety Department was summoned at 12'30 a. m. and brought the blaze under control. The loss was to the house and contents. There was no one at home at the time the lire started. Antique Auto Club MANISTIQUE — The Manistique Antique Auto Club will tour to Seul Choix light house on Sunday. and all owners of autos of 1940 or earlier are invited to ;oin the drive, which will begin at 1 p. m Sunday at tho lakeside Patk tennis courts. MRS. MARY IVKNS Funeral services for Mrs Mary Ivens were held at 9 a m. today from All Saints Church with Father Matt LaViolette officiating. Burial was in Fernwood Cemetery. Pallbearers included: Alphonse Dementer, Ernest Tibergien. Ostar Wilmotte, John Smith, Louis Burin and Arthur Thivierge. Golf Pairinas 1.1 UIKTOM WOMEN'S I f \4. t t VI \JOH R Ftnell • R Stevens 1 Ma*kart • J. Dehlin K VanDnnnel - B fttaudi > R Loomis . J r,mp»nn M Peterson - M Hums .1 Jondrov. - E SkellenRr A Dunsmore - M Ke«inrv C vtalnor • J OaKwood It ivory - D Coulter K Hall - M. Pfotenhauer j’ Dohlin - D Beovai M F.sler - J Farrell R Krnt - A Altpse B Valentine * S Johnson J Anderson - K Boydston M Jackson - M Olson T Cannon - V Daniil* B**ttv Sanderson MINOR ¡1 Ma.-terson - R Sn\ dei H Burnell • J VanBlarcum M Miller - C Wood ^í Anspangh • A Canton A Carlson - F. BHonjor Payment Of Tolls At Welland Canal To Be Suspended WELLAND. Ont. (API—Prime Minister Diefenbaker announced at an election meeting Friday that payment of tolls on the all- Canadian Welland Canal “is to lie niis )» ended immediately.” He also announced that the government has decided to proceed “as quickly as possible with the twinning of the locks on the Great Welland Canal” which bypasses Niagara Falls in the St Lawrence Seaway route from the Atlantic through the Great Lakes. “It will take many years to complete this huge construction project,” he said. The government announced a few weeks ago that it was acquiring property around the canal for the purpose of twinning single locks in the eight-lock canal Church Services Evangelical Covenant — Sunday School. 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship. 10:15 a.m. Senior choir rehearsal. 8:15 p.m. Thursday, Covenant Men and their wives supper meeting at O. H. Anderson camp. —Rev. Albert K Borns, pastor. Trinity Episcopal — Holv Communion. 11 a.m. Tuesday, Bishop's Committee, 8 p.m — Rev Robert .1 Yonkman, vicar. Memorial Methodist — Worship Service, 10 a.m. Nursery for small children in church parlors.—Rev. Meldon Crawford, pastor. Reorganized Church of .lesus Christ of Latter Day Saints — Church School, 9:40 a.m. Worship Service. 11 a.m. Evening service, 7:30 p.m Wednesday, Mid-week service, 7:30 p.m. — Elder Rex Stowe, pastor. Bethel Evangelical Free — Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. Children's Church. 10:45 a m. Morning Worship message: “The Meaning of Our Faith in the Trinity,” 10:45 a.m. Pre-service prayer. 7:15 p.m. Evening service, 7:30. Monday Confirmation class. 7:30 pm. Tuesday, Free Church Youth Fellowship, 7:30 pm. Wednesday, Mid-week Prayer Service, 7:30 p.m. — Rev. Paul Oskarson. pastor. First Lutheran — Worship Services, Mr. Melvin Larson, intern, preaching, 8:30 and 10 am. Monday, Board of Administration, 7:30 p.m. W'ednesday. Luther League Picnic at Pioneer Trail Park. 4 p.m. Churchmen’s Outing at Pioneer Trail Park. 7:30 p.m. Church School Teacher’s picnic, Saturday, Church School, Grades 4*8, 9 a m. Kindergarten, grades 1-3, 10:30 am. — Rev. Harry J. Lorenz, pastor. * NEWBERR Y Aged Newberry Resident Dies All Saints Catholic — Sunday Masses. 6. 3, 10 and 11:30 a. m. Novena every Wednesday at 7:30 p. m Confessions every Wednes- dav after Novena and Saturday, from 3 to 4:30 and Saturday evening, 7 to 8:30.—Rev. Father Matt LaViolette. pastor. More people get more new* from newspapers than from all other sources combined MANISTIQUE OIL CO., INC. Phone 1037 NEWBERRY—Nestor Hendrickson. 80, of Newberry, died unexpectedly Friday morning at his home. 302 E Truman Ave Mr Hendrickson was born Aug 22. 1881 in Karvia, Finland and had been a resident of Newberry since 1901. He had been employed during his early years as a woodsman, millworker, and as a butcher at the Newberry Co-operative Market His wife. Hilda, preceded him in death March 3, 19.il Survivors include a grandson, Dennis Hendrickson, and a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Limpi Hendrickson, both of Newberry. The body was taken to the Beaulieu Funeral Home where friends may call on Sunday from 2 to 5 p. m and from 7 to 9 p. m. Funeral services will be conducted from the funeral home at 2 p m. Monday with Rev. Evert Torkko officiating Burial will be in Forest Home Cemetery at Newberry. Dundon Bridge Is Inspected NEWBERRY—The new 17fi- foot. 3-span bridge over the Two- Hearted River on County Road 407 was approved by federal and state inspecting engineers here Thursday afternoon. Robert Tucker of the Federal staff and O F Eichen of the State Highway office here made the inspection tour with Jack Conlogue of the Luce Road Commission and a representative of the contractor, Yalmer Mattila of Houghton. Dedication of the new $108.000 bridge is scheduled later this summer. Circuit Court Opens Monday At Newberry NEWBERRY — Circuit Court for Luce County will convene here on Monday. June 25 The jury has been notified to appear at 10 a.m. June 27. Jurors for the June term, are: McMillan Township. Lucy Dalgleish, Irma Edgar. Alverna Bristow, Julia Leiphart, Jack Norton, Berl Fossitt, Earl M. Schaap, Edward L. Munson. Leo G. Smith, Robert N. Anderson, Lawrence P. Quinlan; Pentland Township, Lloyd Hale, Richard Kittel, Ellen Dennis, Leslie Watson, Helen Stephens, George W’ood; Columbus. Martha Mainville, Ida Priess; l^akelield, Easter Macauley, J. Raymond Nt vvhouse, Alta Bowler, Buelah Cummings. Cases are. The People versus Dennis Hendrickson (continued) a civil case: the Michigan Employment Security Commission versus Herbert Glenn; two chancery cases involving support enforcement; Jesse Richardson versus Elizabeth Richardson, John Clark, sometimes known as John A. Clark versus Laura. Free Methodist— Sundav School 10 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a m. Eveninp service, Young peo- ! High pie. 7 p. m, Preaching 7:30 p. m Wednesday Prayer service at parsonage. 7 p.m — Rev Alan Thomson, pa«tor. Loma C. Gereau Bride Today Of Melvin Carlson l,oma C. Gereau. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Wallace Gereau, Route 1 Gladstone, and Marvin Carlson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carlson. Route 1, Bark River, were married at All Saints Church at noon today. The Rev. Father Matt La- Violetie heard the nuptial vows in a double ring ceremony at All Saints Church. A reception at the Dutch Mill was held in the afternoon and evening. Presented for marriage by her father, the bride wore a white Chantilly lace and tulle gown The lace bodice was designed with a sabrina neckline, dusted with tiny seed pearls and irredescent sequins. Long tapered sleeves came to an end over her wrists. Alternating tiers of net and tulle over satin enhanced the hoop skirt ending in a chapel sweep., The bridal veil was finger-tip length and was attached to a crown of pearls. She carried yellow centered white orchids surrounded by lillics of the valley and trailing ivy. Carol Gereau was her sisters maid of honor and Nancy Jo Gerou, cousin of the bride, and Evelyn Larson, friend of the bride, were bridesmaids. They wore identical gowns of aqua silk organza with white accessories and matching crowns. Their flowers were cascade.s of yellow and white daisies. Bob Brier served his friend as bestman and Fred Neurohr Jr., cousin of the bride, and Ivan Buckmaster were groomsmen. John Cody and Bob Liss performed ushers duties, For her daughter’s wedding, Mrs. Gereau selected an embroidered mint green arnel jersey sheath with white accessories. The I bridegroom’s mother attended her sons wedding wearing a pink Irish linen sheath with white ac| cessories. When the young people return from their wedding trip they will j reside at Sleepy Lagoon, Route I, Gladstone. The bride is a graduate of Glad| stone High School and Mr. Carlson graduated from Escanaba School. St. Paul's Lutheran (Wis.) — Divine Service, 9 a m. — Rev. Theophil Hoffmann, pastor. First Baptist — Sunday School 10 a m. Worship Service, 11 a.m. Conference Youth Fellowship 6:30 p.m. Pre - service Prayer meeting. 7:15 p.m. Evening Gospel Service, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, GMG's, 4 p.m. Wednesday, Prayer meeting and Bible Study, 7:30 p.m. — Rev. Dana M. Austin, pastor. Red Guard Misses BERLIN fAPl-An East G»r- man border guard shot at a West Berlin policeman patrolling the Red wall today, but missed, West police reported. City Briefs Ben C. Chatfield. 1102 Michigan Ave , is a surgical patient at St Francis Hospital. f I I I I * ARCADIA INN Gladstone DANCING TONIGHT To The Music Of THE 3 NATURALS Fawn Survives Auto Mishap NEWBERRY — A little fawn born at 11:30 p m., Wednesday, when its mother was struck by a car. has the run of the kitchen at the Willis Brawley home, on Point LeBarbe. near St. Ignace, and after a few days will be taken to a new home at the Cusino conservation camp The mother was killed when she was hit by a car driven by Glenn Brawley. Mrs. Brawley used her electric hair dryer to dry and warm the little fawn after the accident. By 9 a m., Thursday, the fawn was able to stand on its feet and walk Fill your tank with TCP The greatest gasoline development in oi years ASSOCIATE DEALERS Reber’s Shell Servir« Sine’s Super Service Auto Body Jack Pine Lodge M-ÎI4 Duncan Blaney Park Peterson’s Retort, Adelore LaCroix, Gulliver Rig Spring Inn Rnbt. Ta trow Garden. Mich. Knuth’s Thompson Heights Klagstad’s Gulliver Thunder Lake Mas- Civil Maurice Masich Deputy Director NEWBERRY — Maurice ich was appointed deputy Defense director of Luce Co. by Mrs. Margaret K Furlong this week. He will assume the office formerly occupied by the present director. Masich was selected because of his outstanding character, abilitv and distinguished service in the local unit of the National Guard. Briefly Told NEWBERRY—Applications for marriage licenses have been made at the office of County Clerk Wallace Thorson by Ronald A Holt, 217 E. Ave., B. and Karolee A. Nickerson, of Curtis; James H Davis of Newberry and Linda L. Beisel of Engadine, and Lewis Zeller of Germfask and Rose Marie Grawey of McMillan. Police Report Dennis Hoffman and Charles Zehe of Newberry were arrested by Michigan State Police for the larceny of a power saw from Clarence Roach. They were arraigned before Justice F. W'hit- marsh, charged with simple larceny, pleaded guilty, and both were assesed fines of $45. Hoffman serves 10 days in jail, if his fine is not paid he serves an additional 20 days. Zehe was given a 5 jail sentence, if his fine is not paid within that time, he too. serves another 20 days. Speeding tickets were issued to Miles Abbott of Skokie. III., Robert Robe. Milwaukee, Jack Lunsden, Notovo, Calif., John Hartz, Menominee, Helmut Bittner of Ont., Can., Thomas Bridges, improper parking on the highway. Phillip McNutt of Perkins, defective brakes. Winton D. Chinard of Spring Lake Michigan, driving on M-135 north of Curtis, struck and killed a deer at 9 p m. Wednesday Damages to his car were estimated at $150. 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