The Evening News from Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan on November 18, 1953 · Page 2
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THE EVENING NEWS, SAULT STE. MARIE, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1953 Jail Breaker One of Ten Most Wanted WASHINGTON Gft—'The FBI to- j day added to its list of "10 Most Wanted Fugitivss" the name of I Thonias Jackson Massiagale, 20, j alleged to have organized and led | a daring: breafc from Kansas State j Industrial Reformatory at Hutch- j inson last Mary 14. j The FBI said Massingale and' two fellow inmates 'ought their , way out of the reformatory by ILLS A. column devoted to news successful hunters and camp items. Mrs. Ellswroth Lordson of Pickford killed a 125-pound spikehorn Sunday morning east of Pickford. Larry Thompson of 113 WiJi Avenue, hit a double jackpot last weekend. On Saturday he became the father of a daughter, and on Sun, . , . v dav, he killed a large 13-poiat buck overpowering a guard with a c.ub ^ ^ &nd knife obtained from the in- ( - c stiiution's kitchen, using tivo other guards as shields while racing across the prison grounds under gunfire, and fleeing in a car ivith one of the guards as a hostage. The getaway car and the hostage were later abandoned at Wichita, and the fugitives the next day eluded officers, again Tinder gunfire, in Guadalupe County, N. M. Msssicgale's companions \vere taken near T-jcumcari, N. M., a few hours 3aier and got 60-year sentences for kidnaping, but Mas- singaic escaped. He had previously been con-1 victed 01 assault at Oklahoma City j and was serving a 5 to 10-year | jobbery sentence. Sfassingale, born in NEWBERRY ST. VERONICA'- CIRCLE NEWBERRY — St. Veronica's Circle of St. Gregory's Church wore entertained Wednesday afternoon and evoning at Camp Nix. Sixteen were in attendance. Five hundred, cribbage and canasta were enjoyed with Mrs. Lena ?>'eff receiving the high prize; Mrs. PcU-r Quinian, Sr., low prize in five hundred; Mrs. Clara Bodette, high and Lena Xantell, low in crib- bas<',' i3r.s. Khea Carr, high in and Mrs, Marguerite Briggs, low in canasta. At supper time, pancakes and sausage were served. Mrs. Gordon Aten of Dewberry shot a nine-point, 190-pounder at 8:30 a. m. while hunting near Hendrick's Quarry. Menzo Caswelj bagged a seven- pointer at 9:15 a. 12., near Robert's Corner. -. , -r> - -m. • - „ t . Charles Rose, of Whitehall, shot ISO-pound buck i a nine-point, i 7:30 a, m. near Hulbart. MACKINAC ISLAND Mr. and Mrs. Albee (Laura Ke- cujrhi of Pennsylvania, are parent? of a daughter bom October 13. named Lura Knapp Albee. Mr. and -Mrs. Myron Bloomfield and Mrs. Francis Mich.ilkie and <;on. Paul, left Thursday for Weathford, Texas. They plan on spending the wint<-r in Texas visiting the Sloomfield's son, William, and fam- iiy. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Xordberg left Thursday for Lansing. They attended "the Michigan - Michigan gtate oame Saturday They will Carli a sluden t DIABETES TEST INSTRUCTIONS Collect urine specimen, three 01 four ounces, in o thoroughly clean bottle, about 1 1/2 hours after a meal. Label the bottle PLAINLY and ACCURATELY with your name, address, age and physician's name. Take it to the War Memorial Hospital any time from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Monday, Nov. 1 6 through Friday, Nov. 20. The simplest way is to go in the west entrance and follow the arrows to the urine testing room.- Wait for your report The testing will take only a few minutes. If positive results are found, your physician will be notified. No written reports will be sent out. It is suggested that in outlying areas, one person can bring in many samples. Mothers can bring specimens for their entire families. Results on all specimens will be given immediately to the person bringing in the samples. Nicolet Five Opens Sunday Against GIs ST. IG-NACE — The Nicolet, St. Ignace's top independent basketball team, will open its 14-game schedule in the Sault Ste. Marie Basketball League on Sunday I kets of chrysanthemums. Hiss against Camp Lucas at LaSalle Carolyn Krause, as organist, play- gym, beginning at S p. m. A prelim-! ed "The Wedding March" and "I inary between two Junior League | Love You Truly." teams -will be played starting at 7 j The bride chose for her wedding WEDDINGS UKE - rOMJEItOY ST. IGNACE — Miss Opal Pomeroy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pomeroy of Eckennan, became the bride of John T. Lee, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee of St. Ignace, at f a double ring candlelight ceremony'at the Methodist church at seven o'clock on Saturday evening, Nov. 14, 1953. Tie Rev. Carl Oswald officiated before an altar decorated with bas- ST. IGNACE BMEFS The Rabbit's Bauk PTA is having its annual Hunters' "Ball at Chuck-n-Harry's Thursday night, November 19. The music will be by Barbara Closs and Phil Miner. p. m. Glenn Law, Nicolet's manager, ST. IGNACE NORMAN WIXSON, Corresponded TELEPHONE 122-541 Down-state hunters filling their licenses in the Newberry-Hulbert area included: Walter Sally of I Saline, who bagged an eight-point County, Okla., is described slender, 6 feet 2 inches tall weighing about 160 pounds. He has brown hair and blue eyes and a scar extending downward from the left corner of his left eye. He -was put on the "Most Wanted" list as a replacement for j Arnold Hinson, sought for murder ! Hulbert at 7:30 a. m. Sunday. It ftt ! also visit their I at Michigan. Mrs. Ulay Fisher left Friday for Detroit, then on to Florida for the winter. ili-s. J. D. Flanagan and daugh- , -_ ___, --.,-, __ o< , ^._ -_„ ,_..£,„,- f, .-w , , as ! buck at 9 a. m. and Les Gallipin of \ ler - Kathleen, are visumg- Mackinac Concentration of J Hunters Called Largest Ever Ai'bor who shot a 15-pointer •weighing 200 pounds at 8:30 a. m. Both were hunting from a, cabin court, at McMillan. A spikehorn buck was shot by of Attica, south of Flanagan's sister and family, the ! ST. IGNACE—Conservation offi- Ben Lymans of ilt. Pleasant. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hart and children spent the week-end here. They were summer cottagers. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Everell arrived and captured at Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 7. went about 130 pounds. William DeWitt of Hulbert bagged a 100-pound spikehorn at 8 a. m. Sunday west of Hulbert. Woman Missing For Three Days Found Unharmed ST. JOHNS <*~Pretty, 21-year- a ~—£^~* ^~aTS-^n"^ old Mary Lou Henning was .back j . m pounds, also in the i ^^1," home today, unharmed after lav- Hnl L-t „.. Te , d , Ming ?; Wesley Werk, of Akron. Mich., killed a four-point 125-pound deer in the Hulbert area- Charles Hoye. of Detroit, at 8:30 cers here report one of the largest concentrations of hunters over to hunt in Mackinac County as the first week of the deer season got under way Sunday. The first three days have kept ! are visiting Mrs. Everall'a folks, State Police officers and game men the Robert Baileys, Jack and Bob Bailey, left Friday tor Bois Blanc for'the hunting season. Mrs. Alan Sawyer, Mrs. Hugh Rudolph, Mrs. Francis Doud and son, Stephen, and Mrs. James Cable spent Thursday at the Sault. Mrs. Ella R. Chambers left Saturday for Standish where she will enjoy a week's vacation visiting the Alfred Chambers family. Mrs. Guy Courtright spent the i week-end in Cheboygan visiting the ing been missing three days and without an explanation of why she ran away. Sheriff Percy J. Patterson, of Clinton County, said he hoped to get the explanation today. Daughter of a well-to-do farmer, Charles DeWald of Baltimore, Md., bagged a nine point, 180- pounder south of Hulbert. Edward Frantz, of Alpena. shot a 12-point, 160-pound buck at 7:45 Mary Lou, was found Tuesday i a. m. while hunting along the Tah- quamenon River north of Newberry. night in a hog shed two miles from her rural home. Patterson, said he learned the girl left home of her own accord Sunday, and .had hidden out since 5n the neighborhood. For a time it was feared she might have been abducted, "She said stfe'S b'eefl watching us look for her, dodging around," the sheriff said. "And she said she hada't had anything to eat." Mary Lou was missed from her home early Sunday. An asthma A female coyote, weighing about 60 pounds, was killed by Fred Mills of Newberry at 9:35 a. m. Sunday while hunting northwest of Newberry. Mills saw two small deer run through the brush followed by the coyote which he thought was chasing the deer. He didn't shoot at the deer. Clarence Pluimers of hunting 15 miles north Holland, of New- sufferer, she was known to have ber a]on£r ^ fens road> shot a takea night walks when she couldn't sleep. Her mother called police Sunday aftevrioon and a posse of more than 100 neighbors and officers joined to comb the area, A gravel pit was dragged, and bloodhounds were called in yesterday in an. attempt to track aer. With most law enforcement offi- seven-point, 160-pound buck at 7:30 a. m. Sunday. William Massengill of New Jersey, hunting near Fibre, knocked. down a seven-point, 160 pound buck at 2 p. in. Sunday. Hrs. Doris Kelly of Inkster, who has hunted during the past three cers gone home last night for their i seasons, shot her first buck, a six- first sleep in three -days,, three I point. 135-pounder at 9:30 a. m., volunteer possemen spotted a, girl i while hunting east of -ifewberry. crawling out of a. pig shed on the I Kenneth Heibeck farm. She was ! Ardell Kilmer of Pontiac, got an attempting' to reach a. field of near-! eight-point buck at 10 a, m-, while by wheat stubble. When they shined their lights on her, she stopped and meekly -went with them. They rushed -her to the hunting east of Hulbert. OUs Cook of Flint, hunting in the Hulbert area, got a spikehorn home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. j weighing 150 pounds at S a, m. X/eo Henning, who live three miles southeast of St. Johns. i When, he got there Sheriff Pat-! terson said the family informed him Mary Lou was in the bathtub, hadn't volunteered -why she left, and they hadn't asked. Don Burkett of Hulbert, shot ai 200-pounder while hunting j north of Hulbert. Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Czapeck and son left Friday for Grand Rapids whore they will make their home. Mr. Czapeck was recently discharged fror the Coast Guard Life Boat Station. Mrs. Selma Dufina arrived here Friday from Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hildreth left Wednesday for Alpena where they plan to spend the winter. Kate McCarty closed her home Tuesday, leaving for Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. to visit the Tom Colton fmily before continuing on to Cleveland, Ohio where she will spend the winter. Edna Loree left Tuesday for her home in Sand Lake. Mich- Catherine McNally spent the week-end an St. Ignace visiting the Boyntons. Mayor and Mrs. Leslie O'Brien returned home Saturday from Ohio and Detroit where they visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chambers left Saturday for Detroit and Florida. The two storey buildings are completed and he expects to return early in the spring to complete the landscaping. Dorothy Wellington of Saginaw is enjoying the tveek-end visiting her folks the C. P. Wellingtons. Islanders out for the opening day of hunting were John Cowell, Paul "Davenport Sr.. Herbert E. Benjamin, Robert Bailey, Robert A. Gillespie Jr.. D'Arcy Bunker and son Ike, Milton Bunker Jr., Myron J. Bloomfield Jr, Or ton Pero, John Gallagher. James Perault, Robert Amen, James Cadotte, Stanley Sink, Dr. Joseph A. Solomon, James P. Francis. Armond Horn. I John Bloswick and eon John Jr., j Francis Lupine- Edward R. Horn.! Cowell. .« Vera ] Vernon Pero. Reports from Bois ST. [GNACE BRIEFS The Maccabees will hold their regular meeting in the IOOF hall on Thursday evening beginning at 8 o'clock. Acting on the committee in charge are Mrs. Grace Therrian and Mrs. Sarah Tamlyn. The Women's Auxiliary of the Mackinac Straits Hospital and Health Center will hold its regular River. meeting in toe Civic League Library at S o'clock on Thursda}- evening. E. j. Chatelle returned to his home on Tuesday after being confined to the War Memorial Hospital for the past several weeks. Jim Cousineau and Leo and Bob Holmberg- returned to Detroit after spending several days hunting here. busy answering calla of lost hunters, but no casualties -were reported. A farmer in the Rudyard area asked protection, of his dairy herd as hunters were mistaking: his cows and already had killed one. The kill in this area was reported slightly above normal and already over 100 deer had been placed in the Kolbe Fishery freezer plant in St. Ignace. Several more local Shunters reported having taken Cheir deer on Monday. Among them were Rex Hooper, Gordon Adams, Charles Gustafson, Claude Brown and Pete Lacgstaff. Con Becker, city engineer, killed a bear while hunting at Black WEDDINGS BOSLEY-BRANHAM ST. IGNACE—Dolores Branham.. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Branham, became the bride of Jack Bosley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bosley of Stalwart at a four o'clock wedding on Saturday afternoon, Nov. 14. 1953, at which Judge J. D. Erskine officiated. "Boofc Week" Observed By Library ST. IGNACE — The Civic League library is observing "Book Week", the slogan of which this year is "Reading is Fun," with a display! of juvenile books arranged accord- j ing to subject matter and interest j —sports, fiction, biography, science, '• has had his team working out since late October and although the squad dropped two of their three pre-season exhibition games the club looked good Saturday night in defeating the 753rd AC&W Squadron of the Sault by a score of 73-49. In the last two games against Sault teams. Soeltner, former Sault Tech star, led the team's attack with a total of 5i points. Others giving top performances were "Bob" Dilday. Gerry Sorenson, Kenneth Yarhmatter and the Bishop boye, "Bob" and "Jim." "Stretch" Goedde, LaSalle principal and former Toledo University star, -will start Sunday's game and it was reported that Prentlss Brown and Carl Mortinson will also be ready for duty Sunday. a winter white fitted gabardine i suit, with black accessories. Her ' corsage was of lavender baby mums ! and her Only jewelry was pearl i earrings, a gift of the" groom. j Mrs. Leonard Belonga. sister of j the bride, was matron of honor, j She wore a turquoise blue nylon I dress with matching accessories! and her corsage of bronze baby mums. I Ernest Pomeroy, brother of the j bride, was best man and ushers i were Jerome Lee and Bill Lambert- For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Pomeroy chose a blue orlon dress with black accessories. Mrs. Mary Pomeroy. grandmother of the bride, wore z. blue nylon dress with matching accessories. Both wore corsages of bronze and yellow baby mums. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. The bride's table .YOURSELF, i MARVELS GIVE YOU I JL A FIHE'TASTIHS / *' QUALITY SMOKERS and save you up to £f on every pack* In commenting- on the team's en- was covered with a lace cloth and try in. the Sault League. Law said | centered by a three-tiered cake King Six* today that the arrangements to play came about after appeals from topped by a miniature bride and groom, a gift of the Justrite Bak- the fans here asking for & big-time \ ery. Flanking the cake were white schedule. Plans call for seven I tapers in crystal holders. home games which will give the fans th3 kind of basketball they teave been demanding. All games will 'be played on Sunday with, the storting time at 8 p. m. and the preliminary beginning at 7 p. m. Meeting Planned By School Men ST. IGNACE—Chippewa - M&cki- nac - Luce administrators will} hold their initial meeting of the j school year at the Holiday Inn on Thursday, according to C. L. Bystrom of Newberry, chairman. Thooe expected to attend ftom Mackinac county axe E. J. Ossman and N. R. Wixson of St. Ignace: After a wedding: trip in the Upper Peninsula the young couple will make their home in St. Ignace. The bride attended Paradise high school and has been employed at the Justrite Bakery. The groom attended school in Gros Cap and is employed as a carpenter. Out-of-town guests £er° f*>r 3ier wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Douville of Midland and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rapin and children of Sault Ste. Marie. ST. IGNACE BRIEFS Leonard McLeod is confined at the sanatorium in Genessee county. Glenn Law and his son, Robert, accompanied by Bill Abbott, went to Green Bay Sunday to see the L. Harry Strauss, and Alton Rigotti i Lions-Packers football game. of Engadane, and'Edward Cantin of I Gould City. i —BEAD the ADS in THE NEWS— Townspeople and children are Invited to come to the library and inspect this -display and to look over the volumes of fiction, non-fic- Thc bride chose a violet suit i tion an ? reference books contained with pale yellow accessories for her i in tne 1'brary. wedding. Her corsage was of gold and white bebe mums. Attending the young couple were Shirley Campbell and Charles Boslcy, brother of the bridegroom. Following the ceremony a wed- Several new sets of volumes have been added to the list of used books offered for sale. These include 46 volumes of the "World's Best Literature", 10 volumes of Gustav Flaubert's novels, 10 volumes of HUNTERS BALL TONIGHT KONRAD'S ROAD HOUSE 4 MILES NORTH OF ST. IGNACE ON US-2 MUSIC BY THE SOO LOCAL ding supper was served at the i "World's Best 1000 Poems" 10 vol- home of the bride's parents with a four-tired wedding cake .topped by a miniature bride and bridegroom centering the bride's table. Both the bride and bridegroom attended LaSalle High School and the bridegroom is now employed by Welch's Garage, Sault Ste. Marie. After a wedding trip in Canada the young couple will make their home in Sault Ste. Marie.. umes of "Great Epochs in American History" and 10 volumes of "Best i Orations". Also included is a set of Balzac and several other individual books which are of interest to the reading- public. All sets of books and books are being offered at a very reasonable price. A good bell gives out two distinct tones, the strike note and the hum note. , ,,. ... .. ,, ,- <-.._ i Blanc Island are that D'Arcv Bun- Frank Vincenzetu of Ponbac, for- , ker and Fnmfc ^^ ^ M ^ CJ M — _ «—. mer Sault resident, make a quick , hunters Qn open - day Sheriff Patterson said he hada't tnp to the Sault area, shot ha buck. I Charlotte Chambere gpent the ' beard of an unofficial report to ! an "-!*>"*, 200-pounder, at 10 a. m. ,; week ^ nd in S4 _ Ignace visi ti np Jo - ; ' u state police that she recentiv had j Sun f a >' and returnea - i.i^t.,^.0- to louer suffered from, hysteria. St. Johns in 18 Lansing on TJSS7. miles north of King. Queen Pleased With V Entertainment BELEN, N. M. l?>—Los Angeles' perturbed officials can relax—the King and queen of Greece took no i at S a. m. bagged a spoJvehorn. He offense at entertainment presented j is hunting from dewberry. Michigan. scph Wenze , ibeth. <j aughterF Clarence Payment of 510 Eighth ! Avenue vrest, got a 10-point. 200- ! pound deer at 4 p. m. Sunday while hunting near Strongs. ! Hay Rinke, of Royal Oak, with headquarters at Hulbert. shot a four-point, 150 pound- deer Sunday afternoon. Dr. F. S. Wagner of Monroe, hunting along the north falls road Edward Laaksonen of 618 Eureka killed a spikehorn -weighing 150 I pounds at 10:30 Tuesday, south of ; Rudyard. | Gerald Guisbert of 1606 Superior. • hunting- in the Pendill's Creek area. i was a successful opening day hunt- I er. He bagged a 3-point, 125-pound • : buck at 11 a. m. Sunday. j Lawrence Higgins, of Hazel Park, , hunting near Hulbert, at 9 a. m.. Sunday, shot a four-pointer. \ Three hunters at the Somes' Camp on Xeebish Island have filled thoir buck licenses. John Cascardi of Cedarhurst, L. I.. New York, bag- ' ged a 175-pound. S-point buck at] ^^^^^ 8:10 a. in. Monday, and Jack Somes! _ j hilled a 150-nound. 7-pointer at i - ^^"^ ^ i:Detr « 11 - ^'-S:10 a.m. Monday, and aJck Somes i A2fi Kir.g Paul answered when iped an eight-point. 160-pounder wnile , shot a .j.pojnj. impound buck at : asked if he thought the perform- i hunting in the Hulbert area. j 7:30 ^ ]r Tuesday. Others 'hunting ance was risque: | • _ . - 1 at i«e Somes Camp are Dick Dietz. ; John William Huhtala ofjBrmney Fred 2immerman and Haro1d bagger an eight-point, 1'O-po^ 1 " 1 i Somes of the Sault and Otto Ductch- ! York. • them ia the Coast city. As a. matter of fact, petite Queen Frederika said during a short stop here Tuesday on the royal couple's eastbowic! trip that she thought "it was lovely." NICOLET HOTEL ST. IGNACE, MICH. HUNTERS BALL EVERY SATURDAY SPECIAL FLOOR SHOW SATURDAY NIGHT ENTERTAINMENT AND DANCING WEDNESDAY THROUGH SUNDAY Orchestra Friday, Saturday & Sunday FEATURING JERRY THOMAS AT THE PIANO Foro Good Time Any Time—Stop in at the Nicolet Hotel ST. IGNACE'S FAVORITE N^GHt SPOT "Not at all, not at an." At a banquet Saturday la Los Angeles, songstress Eartha Kitt i buck at 4:10 o'clock Sunday after- i er of noon while hunting near Strongs, j While hunting north of Raber, } Leo Wojnaroski shot an S-point. i 240-pound buck Monday at 11 a. m. ' ' i _. Another successful hunter in the r Wojnaroski. • 170-pound . i buck Monday at S a- in. and actor Dick Powell drew the belated ire of the Los Angeles officials, -who considered the entertainment risque. Mayor Norris Poulson said he was shocked with the program, especially -with some of Miss Kitt's i songs. Other poiiu'cos lamented i part of Powell's chatter. Eddie Rio o£ the American -Guild _ of Variety Artists said, j j^.^, p^-. hunter from Dc ca- : "It H oe a cold day before I ask > tu _ j, ;ch filled H , lic< , nse Ti;e5 _ another entertainer to appear at day - O y killing an S-point. 150-pound i a civic function for free." j buck whjje hunting near Raber. : Miss Krtt declared Tuesday} I night, "K now seems to me that I Richard Brier of Toledo, Ohio, a ! Mayor Poulson owes me and every j g^est at the Spring- Cabin at Ce- ' artist on that program an darvijie, killed a six-point, 130- !• apology;" •• pound buck at 10:00 a. m. Tuesday j As for the King aird 'Queer., they ! near Cedarvilie- Brier also filled 1 How Dr, Edwards' Helps Constipated Folks! Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets (the mild pure-zreffeJaWe formula of Dr. F. M. Edwards) give gentle, complete, more not ural-like bowel movements' No purging; No griping! 15c, 30f. 60< seemed a. trifle "emtwed'-that such a 'question ever arose. For Sale—Top coat •with zip-in lining, size 42; leather ••beepskin- ^liried jacket,-sirer40;»pftir of-leather "boots; psh- of rubber soled boots and toe rubbers, size 8; three pair •wool pants, size 38. 105 E. Tru- Jsaa, dewberry, Mich. ' his license last year. Thomas Hamilton of 714 Court, i hunting in the Tone Road area, i kill&j an 11-point, 175-pound buck j Tuesday .-norr-iEg. j James Ste-wart of Pickford kilie/J | a four-point, 140-pound buck in the i Tone area at 9:00 a. m. Tuesday, i Laundry and Dry Cleaners OUR DeTOUR TELEPHONE 3396 FINER—FRESHER- FASTER DRY CLEANING O-JIB-WA BITTERS — THE BEST BUY I EVER MADE SAYS 81 YEAR OLD MAN Mr. Z. S. Norton, 23 College Street, Battle Creek, recently had this to say about O-trtB-WA BITTERS. 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I had to be helped in and out of stomach either, as OJIB-WA .helped me in so many ways. I ,, .- "" ™y 'cgs-i firmly believe that the best mon- My fingers were drawing oat of j ey i spen t in my whole life shape and shooting pains through ! for (WIB-WA BITTERS." my legs kept me awake at night! I spent several weeks in the hos-i AT ALL DRUG STORIS ! AT ALL DRtJG STORS5S ' OJiUG in NEWBSRRY, laROOQUB DRUGiD ST. IGJTAOB. SAoLTriTE. 3.iAR.X£. McfUS DRUG, MDffJW FOR SALE ESTABLISHED RESORT BUSINESS ON DRUMMOND ISLAND'S POTAGANNISSING BAY (ALSO OTHER VALUABLE REAL ESTATE) Private Bids Will Be Received by Mynor Seaman at Seaman's General Store, Drummond Island, Michigan, for the Following Real Estate: 1. Approximately 4 acres in Lot 1, Sec. 24, T. 42 N., R. 5 E., containing Oh-Ma-Me-Kong Lodge, Seaman's Store, cabins, garage and guest rooms —on Potagannissing Bay. This business has established clientele. 2. Supervisor's Plat of Sec. T8, T. 42 N,, R. 6 E, containing 12 shore lots. Each is of generous width and depth and has excellent shore frontage on Potagannissing Bay. 3. Lot T, Sec. 18, T. 42 N., R. 6 E., except shore frontage, containing 20 acres more or (ess. 4. Lot 2, Sec. 18, T. 42 N., R. 6 E., except shore frontage, and except approximately 10 acres off west side, containing 50 acres more or less. 5. Lot 3, Sec. 18, T. 42 N., R. 6 E., except shore frontage, containing 65 acres more or less. 6. Lot 1. Sec. 19, T. 42 N. 7 R. 6 E., except shore frontage, containing 39 acres more or less. 7. E'/ 2 of SE'/4, Sec. 18, T. 42 N., R. 6 E., containing 40 acres. 8. EVz of NE'A, Sec. 31, T. 42 N., R. 6 E., containing 80 acres, 9. W'/ 2 of NW/4, Sec. 32, T. 42 N., R. 6 E., containing 80 acres. 10. Part of Lot 2, Sec. 24, T. 42 N., R. 5 E., in residential end business section, with 35 feet road frontage and 204% f««t in depth. Also a parcel 128 feet wide by 60 feet deep in same area. All Sales Subject to Approval by Probate Court Description Subject to Correction Right Reserved to Reject Any and All Bids FOR INFORMATION INQUIRE MYNOR SEAMAN, ADMINISTRATOR MARGARET SEAMAN ESTATE SEAMAN'S GENERAL STORE DRUMMOND ISLAND, MICHIGAN

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