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BASKKTBAM. HKASONO P E N S n j EAD A YRed Arrows!NOVEMBERAT SPARTAEitablished June, 1893LOWELL. MICH., THURSDAY NOV. 15. 1956Lowell Building & Loan Assn. HitsMillion Dollar Mark This MonthOn N o v e m b e r 6 the Lowell Build- 227 loans were in force, t h e r e a r eing and Loan Association report 294 loday. The capital in 1951 wast h e i r capital reached an all-time 434,715.49.This group organized in 1888.hifih of one million dollars. Thismillion-dollar m a r k is composed David F. Coons, present s e c r e t a r ynrnstly of cash and loans m a d e to of the Lowell nuilding a n d Loan,a r e a resident's to finance the huild- checked hack in the files for theIng. remodeliiig and purchasing of original application for c h a r i e rf r o m the State of Michigan, datedt h e i r homes.The association has tripled their M a r c h 20. 1888. which bore thew o r t h in the past fifteen y e a r s a-1 following signatures:lone. In 1950 assets of 332 thousand ! Eugene A. Sunderlln, Francisw e r e on the books. F i v e y e a r s ago King. Charles Quick. N o r m a n B.Either Fohmi, LowellTwp. Clertt, StrickenTuesdoy EveningNumber 30Parent-Teen Panel Direusses Dating Driving ProhlemsE s t h e r F a h m l , I owell TownshipC i f r k and Village t r e a s u r e r , wastaken to Butterworth hospital byRoth a m b u l a n c e T u e s d a y eveninga f t e r suffering a h e a r t attack.She w a s resting in an oxygen'.ont Wednesday m o r n i n g and isreported by hospital authorities tobe In f a i r condition.Garden Club Making DecorationsLowell Merchants Plan Gala WelcomeFor Santa Claus on December 8thLowell Merchants a r e busily j j c r a d R o , h p r w i l i v n { o l t h cplanning the biggest welcoming Lowell Board of Trade, has apcelebration that this town has seen polnted Marion Avery and Charlesin many a y e a r , to honor a visit Doyle a s co-chairmen of the bigby a very important gentlemanday. with Phillip Schneider. LeoSanta Claus.nard Jackson, and Cary Stiff alsoThe Jolly gentleman has a r r a n g - working on the committee.ed to visit I.owell Saturday afterDecorate Main Streetnoon. December 8th, and will beM e m b e r s of Lowell's youngestmet at the gate and escorted intotown down Main st. in a v e r y regal , l : ; , r c n c ' u ' ) ' , ' 1 '' Twlnoaki GardenmannerClub, a r e busily designing and making l a r g e wreaths to he placedon the liu'ht posts of all downtownMain Street c o m e r s , and hope tohave them in place well in advance of Santa's visit.Charpr 49 ForSpeeding in Oct.Blain, Arthur C. Stone. John Q.Forty-nine speeders paid fines inLook. John .Giles. Augustus W.Weeks and J. Harrison Rickert. Justice Howard J . Rittenger's courtT h e signatures were witnessed by during the month of October.William N. WhiteIt was a busy month for JusticeDavid states he is not s u r e w h a t ! Wttenger. Who h e a r d 88 matters,B a r b a r a Vos. president of theoffice the men held in the organiza- 25 of which were State law violagarden club, which was federatedjust a y e a r ago. states all of thetion at that time, but a s s u m e d they tions, and 54 involved village lawAThe Red Arrow basketball t e a mtwenty m e m b e r s a r eworkingw e r e all directors inasmuch as the m a t t e r s : 9 w a r r a n t s w e r e also prowill open Its 1956-57 season atA deserted Main filreet Is a re- n u m b e r of signatures a g r e e s with cessed.„.equally a s h a r d on the project.Sparta Tuesday evening Novem- m i , t r n a s f o r w h i c h a r p m i n d e r that Lowell nimrods a r e the number of officers a n d directA lofty total of 1,141.20 was colWr 20 The Sparta-Lowell contest y f u r n i s h c ( t , h m U K h , h f . c f w p c r a .leaving town In droves In quest ors in the association at this time. lected in fines and c o f s on thesehas always l)een exciting, and us- tion of thc Lowell Board of T r a d e .of their deer. Of course we knowA parent-teen panel, moderated b y FIdward D'nkema, discussed " d r i v i n g " and 'dating" at theThe association m e e t s once a 88 m a t t e r s ; 333.30 w e r e the Stateually has been determined late ina lot of h u n t e r s a r e successful y e a r , and at the last election the matters, and the b a l a n c e of 807.90November P a r e n t - T e a c h e r AswclaUon m e e t i n g bold Monday evening at thc High school projection room.Only SS More Daysthe fourth q u a r t e r . The gym ' h e r eright in the a r e a , but m a n y a r e following officers w e r e n a m e d : was collected f r o m village law vioStanding left to right a r e the adult panel members; Mrs. Wilbur Wlttenbach, Charles E. Houseman,There a r e only thirty-three m o r eissmallsofansareadvisedtoaron the road headed north.Mrs. Robert D. Rurkhead, Richard Court, and Mr. Denkema. The student m e m b e r s of the panel areP e t e r Speewtra, president; L. W. lations. This money goes to therive well in advance of the 6:30 shopping days until C h r i s t m a s , inAll local license dealera report Rutherford, vice-president; a n d village general fund.R u r b a r a Court Kerry Shoemaker, Mlml Kusterer. and Larry Wlttrnbach.opening whistle If they want to cidentally. so it isn't too soon toa heavier than uMial u l e « an of David F. Coons, s e c r e t a r y ; theAmong the violations a r e 7 cases, M r s . Edward Denkema. pro- tliat another panel be a r r a n g e d enjoy a good seat for the contest. be thinking about these things.Wednesday noon, with a total of directors a r e Frank F . Coon, E. C. Involving defective equipment; 8RosemaryE.SmithIg'" 8 ' Chairman, introduced her (for a future meeting of P . T. A.Coach N o r m a n Gotschall has470 n t t m a t e d HOW. And the sea- F o r e m a n , W. A. Roth. L. L. Wat- persons were fined for having noA I V/n*c t Jhusband, who is better known as to cover other aspects of teensome players returning f r o m the Nome John AlderinkHon didn't open until this morn- terson. Dr. F . E. White and D. A. operator s license; 3 failed to yield UlNy J /2, Ules aaruracyR a d i o Station WGRD's Cousin Ed. j r d u l t relations.varsity t e a m of 1955-56, which tied President of F.F.A.Ing (Thurwday).,wilheWingeier.the right of way and 3 failed toLittle Rosemary E. S m l t h J " * 1 interettlng dls- 1T n i s t - ( i o o d Faithfor third in G r a n d Valley competi * F o r m a n y y e a r s this association stop at a stop light; also 3 were d a u g h t e r of Mr. a n d Mrs. Edwin cussioo, which centered mainly on,g p c a r T 1 c to the decision tion. These boys a r e LeonardThe F u t u r e F a r m e r s of America"Whltey* 'Schroder c a m e homehas been profitable to its invest- fined for reckless driving.Smith of Saranac. passed away I t w o topics, driving thc family c a r . i ( h a t"problem"revolves F a s e , Jim C a r r . Orison A M . Ber- of Lowell High school chose Johnt h cf r o m the hospital last Saturday,ors. paying 7 per cent Interest. AllThe balance of the cases Involved Saturday m o m i n g at Blodgett Me-' " i d d«Ung! around trust on the p a r t of the r i e Collins. Charlie R y d e r , Don Alderink a s their president for thea f t e r being seriously injured Seploans are written for 11 years, and failure to stop at a stop sign; mortal Hospital; T h e r e was a gooo a t t e n d a n c e . : p a r e n s a n d coming school year.faithonthet e m b e r 19 when his Bell TelephoneDawson. John Norton, Wayne Milt h e borrowers receive stock in the disregarding a t r a f f i c officer; imF u n e r a l services were held at -'wd active participation by the I p a r t 0 j t l e t e e n svv a s alsoAssisting him in the y e a r ' s workt r u c k went o v e r the steep embankassociation a s they pay on the prin- proper t u r n ; evading a U-turn sign; the Calvary Brethren Church n e a r ' a u d i e n c e , which kept the a r e a o f . - o u g h t up that the p a r e n t should ler and Keith F a s e .will be T r u m a n Stahl. vice-presim e n t on M-91 just north of L o w d l .Gotschall alsfj has promotedcipal of their loan.and W a r r a n t s for resisting arrest, d a r k s v l l l e Monday afternoon; In-'disctLstioiidowTi to these two s u b - i , a c x a m p i c b y observingd e n t ; Tom K a u f f m a n . t r e a s u r e r ;After two months In the hosfighting on public street, operating terment in the Mennonite C e m e - ( j e c t a . Many expressed the wish r r 0 p C rExpenses are Low(joying habits.Dating George Henderson and T o n y L a r r y Hoffman, s e c r e t a r y ; Brucepital home looks awful good tom ( o r v e h i c , c inStormzandfromthelast-year'sreThe headquarters of t h e assocla*reckless m a n n e r t c r y Place, reporter; Bruce Baird. sent Whltey.".should he confined to weekends. serve squad.1Rev. Elton Mills of Alton Bible.i l l** *tion are maintained In the Coons operating motor vehicle on revokedinel; Richard King, p a r l i a m e n t a r with sufficient t i m e a l w a y s icstreet,Church assisted in the funeral r l e i C l i e rl l e a U Sx-Mrs. F r a n c s Griffin. Highway Men's store on Main st., and thelowed for studies, school a n d fam- who show promise, s a y s Got- ian; and L a r r y Stahl. chaplain.along wwithu n ivcv.Rev. Williamtrimmn i * rTi St., reports t h a t l a v e n d a r a n d expenses a r e very small c o m p a r e d intoxicated on public street, and services aionnThe Lowell F. F. A. voted toily activities.malicious destruction of public Johnson of the Calvary B r e t h e m ! I j O W e l l 1 O W n S l l i pschall: Robert Minnie and J i mwhite hycinths a r e in bloom in t o the group's worth. Last y e a rtake an active part in the C. R.Again Wins F i r s tproperty.Lawrence.Thelatter,afreshman,it cost 3,672.03 to maintain theh e r yard.O. P. by collecting the donatedMrs. White's third g r a d e class stands 6-ft. 2-in. and w a s a playR o s e m a r y Is survived b y a !association. This c o m p a r e s quite* materials in Lowell township brother, Terry, a g e 2 j . ALso. by, Kenneth Fletcher was selected toWith the Red Arrow football sea- favorably with their 1956 capital Nomed to Jury Dutying the specified drive period nowparent-attendancecontest,andyear.her m a t e r n a l g r a n d p a r e n t s . Mr h c a d a icumc.,U w e n .son ending so successfully this report of 928,404.21.being planned by the newly-formed1Bu! me8cameA Faster TeamThe officers are to b e congrat-j Mrs. Joy F o n g e r of Lowell has K d Mrs. P e t e r Baker. Sr. u f i s h jCROP at a ' " "! '!y e a r , a g r e a t deal of Interest hastownship committee. The F. F. A.1Coach Gotschall states he be- is hoping for the usually fine colapped over to the c o m i n g basket- ulated for their contribution to the I been named to j u r y duty for the G r a n d Rapids; and her paternal m e e t l n f , h o r ( , n W c e k a R 0 l o d n y in second. This is the s a m e aslast month's results. In thc Sep- lieves his t " a m " f a s t e r than last operation of the Lowell townshipball g a m e s ; so m u c h interest, in growth of the community in t h e i r j December t e r m of the Kent Coun- g r a n d p a r e n t s . Mr. and Mrs. F r a n - ( T h u r s d a y . November 8».t e m b e r meeting, the s a m e two y e a r " , am. hopes to develop a people in this campaign for t h ecis Smith of Lowell.f a c t , that t h e r e were people waiting efforts to provide the Lowell a r e a ty Circuit Court.Although CROP he Christianclasses were in thc top two, only fine squad before the end of the n e o d y overseas people.Others In this general area alsoa t the door of Avery J e w e l e r s F r i - citizens with a place to obtainR u r a l Over»ea, P r o g r a n revenri. U f .; Utelr p o d U o n . w e r ed a y moming—to buy t h e i r season funds for building, remodeling or listed a r e : John Sytsma of Ada ConqreqoHonoifSts toseason. j e xt meeting of this group willw a y s been a vers" Important pro- o t th(, o t h e r ctownship;WaMermanThomas,purchasinghomes.The " F e r r y m e n . Bob F e r r y ' s be Monday night. November 19,tickets!HeorDr.Skidmorejeel aidmc 58 " . u n i n « " ing up some stiff competition to r t s e r v e s , boast several six-footers,Without the assistance of this Bowne township; Alte JohnsonThe tickets went on sale Frito initiate the following m e m b e r sworld, now-vvhllc the HunEarian „winncr,.whom Coach F e r r y will be pre- to the Green Hand D e g r e e : J a m e sday a. m . a t 9 o'clock, and 17 association little or no building Cascade; F r e d Pullen of GrandDr. Harold Skidmore of Lansing, u p n s m g is still at its height aparing for varsity action in the B a m h a r t , Norman Byrne, Carrollw e r e sold that morning. T h e r e would have been done h e r e since Rapids' township: and Mrs. Maude State Supt. o f Congregational- new Interest h a s arisen all overHessler, G r a t t a n .j future. They promise lots of fast Eckman, Gill Lipscomb. Elden Mila r e still season tickets available. the war.Christian Churches will be guest the countrv-. Former Lowell Manaction playing.jler, L a r r y Wingeier and F r e d Wissp r e a c h e r Sunday. November 18. atT h i s . derest spread to Lowell. Thomos A. Murphy,Over 30 f r e s h m e n c a m e out f o r ' m a n .the m o m i n g services of the LowThe Newell *M a *n a l a*c t u r i a g cortp- Two Arrows Make All-Cenlerence Teamresulting ,n the m « t i n s ikst T h u r v Honored at Fort Waynebasketball this year.Reporter. B r u c e P l a c eell Church.k n y is justly proud of Its emoloyd a y eveningt at the home of Mr.»A carry-In dinner will be servede e s - o n l y 4 out of 107 failed t o ' v o t eand Mrs. Fletcher, Riverside dr.Thomas A. Murphy. 84. a formerin the dining-room at one o'clockin the recent presidential f c c t i o nRussell M. Hartzler. Slate CROP Lowell man—village clerk here forto which all a r e cordially invited.T h a t shows they a p p r e c i a t e one ofDirector, was in attendance.m a n y years, and c a s h i e r of thet h e greatest privileges w e in A m e r O t h e r s at the meeting, r e p r e s e n t - j Lowell City B a n k - w a s highly honica have - t h e privilege and P :ing village and f a r m organizations, ored by the Fort Wayne OptimistLast F r i d a y the Lowell Red Ar- F a s e sent speedy Orison Abelof the individual t o express hisw e r e Steven Nisbet, Mrs. Gerald Club Monday evening. Novembervoice in choosing the l e a d e r s of o u r rows put the finishing touches on around left end for 67 yards andMullen. Mr. and Mrs. Charles 12.another Arn w touchdown G a r ytheirmostsuccessfulseasonsincecountry.The Annual Harvest Festival Houseman and Marcel Kropf., Mr. Murphy, a retired insuranceAre t h e r e any better r e t a r d s 1949 by whipping Greenville in con- Eickhoff s e e m s to have a habit ofstill Organizing man. was n a m e d "Optimist of thcIn LowellT If so. w e would l i k e vincing fashion by a score of 46 plunging for the point and he did services of the local Methodlstjanit again.Church will be held Sunday a t jhnninninc» .if Y e a rd a n elaborate "This isto hear f r o m you! to 6.Y UrU,eThefinerecordof6wins.2loss-j.,.0 1 play aa f tvel r receivingr On t h ev first***9 and 11 a m. Persons comingand Mr P l S S f t a t I" W " *" "a" ,hci s j n t h e o r g a n !JMr. and Mrs. Leon Ingersol have ers. and one t i e w a s attained the ball Yellow J a c k e t back Blum- to e i t h e r s e r v i c e m a y bring tnlit, t h i l l through real team spirit and t e a m - berg lofted a high pass only to o r vegetables, canned o r f r e s h ; orlniV«,HotelVanOrman.tMoved Into the M a n r o w home a tw a swork.have Len E a s e m a k e a picturesque any other produce which can be .tn obtain workers for t h i s ' . H e n r y o fthe *13 N. Washington st. They f o r m used at Clark Home. Contributions f m n n r t a n tthem" v o ' c e , 0 c o n J r o m Mr. Murinterception.TheverynextplayTHERFXX)RDH u .erly lived in G r a n d Rapids w h e r e P . / l t M r . Ingersol is employed in the Ionia -Lowell19* he s c a m p e r e d 28 y a r d s to paydlrt. m a y e f t . the church S a t u M a . ; , , , 13-12 Due to a penalty tailback Rydergeneral offices of the A & P Tea I i i w e l l - W y o m i n g31-0 had t o go 7 y a r d s to rack up theEast—LowellCompany.o ro f S g r i f Bipr e""s12-0 point.The f a m i l y , which consists of Lowell—GrandvilleSchool. All of the departments ex-' l m ; m ' n - s o u ? ( ' 1 6 m n 1 , Grand Rapids. Mr. F u l l e r is aLateinthesecondquarterChuck(tie* 13-133 children: Patty S. Scott t , and Lowell -Godwina1Ryder, not to be outdone by F a s e . l c e p t the P r i m a r y will visit the « v a ' l a b , e f o r « n , u P*} brother of Mrs. Murphy.i34-6Tony 8 months—have been offlcl- Lowell—Beldingalso intercepted a Jacket pass on I S a n c t u a r y and leave their gifts o n . d e s c r i b e s the work of C R O P in 58;p i c t u r e w e r e s hown on404rJly w r V o m e d by Village Host- Lowell—Leehis own twenty, which set up G a r y display tables within the chancel. I c o u n l c s .t h e world. This may .depicting phases ofscreen46-12LowellRockfordess (Had Bergtn.Eickhoff's 80 yard s c a m p e r through The Sanctuary display is under the 1 , 0 obtained b y contacting 1 r -1 Murphy's life, and a m o n g them16-6Mrs. Bergin also visited Mr. and Lowell -Greenville were views of the f o r m e r Murphya huge hole in the Greenville line the supervision of the Junior De-1 E t c h e r . T V f i l mbt l l c 10031Mrs. Gerben DeKok this week, atF.F.A. club, and \ a. h o m e h e r e c o r n e r o f Washington( ood Teamworki jo score. Brother J i m Eickhoff p n r t m c n t of which Mrs. Claire M c - 1ibeir n e w home 215 Brooks s t .Call is vupenntetidentI " . »l the annual m e m b e n h i p a n d 1 i B h a r M a h oThe Greenville g a m e emphasized j failed in the point t r y .They have moved here f r o mT h e P r i m a r y Department has i n d v e t e r a n s da dinner of the a t y H a n nndBIockthe teamwork of the squad. l.ed b y MountsB root en, Minnesota, and Mrs. De- the "trailblazers" Keith Ease and I p r e p a r e d a booth of Its own re- A m e r i c a n Legion in l / w e l last Many high tributes w e r e paid toin t h eK a m cKok is a sister of Mrs. Henry S m i t J . J . Haggai. speedy Arrow b a c k ssembling that of the Jewish Booth S a t u r d a y evening.Mr. Murphy by his fellow insurto a ,oad t0 (nee J e a n Teveldc.).continually broke loose on l o n g ' c r e a s e it. the Arrows paved the Festival where their produce will' Originally a f a r m orcanization. a n c e workers. N u m e r o u s giftsThe DeKoks have two chil- scoring jaunts.be displayed.t C R O P has been recently aioed by were also given to Mr. and Mrs.way for sophomore back Ryder todren. J o h n and J o a n , who atThe donations will be delivered*"*11 communities. " " J M r j MurphyGreenville took the opening kicktend the 8th and 6th g r a d e s re- off and penetrated t o the Arrow dash 80 y a r d s a f t e r receiving the by the Senior Youth Fellowship of P i t c h e r feels that T h a n l ' s g m n g ij t i m e is indeed a good t i m e to put!spectivelyofAdaChristian 43 only to have Lowell's Keith F a s e second half kickoff to score. All- tlx? church.Conference g u a r d J i m Eickhoff Lowell Township in this importantschooLpounce on a Yellow J a c k e t fumble. scored his first point of the seasonWill Call for Doaaiiuns1relief work.***After long gains by Orison Abel a s he added the e x t r a point.The I n t e r m e d i a t e Youth FellowThe r e s e r v e champion l a m b at and Chuck Ryder. G a r y EickhoffShortly, a f t e r R y d e r recovered ship of the Methodist church will; T Q A P P E A R SUNDAYthe Ionia F a t Stock Show held last dived o v e r from the tw J. He also a J a c k e t f u m b l e . F a s e went 32 meet Friday evening at 7:00 at w m i ALBION ORCHESTRADan Hlmebaugh and J o a n Bishop, (Paul Harden, a n d hisThis week tuberculosis ChristmasWednesday ( N o v e m b e r 71 w a s added the point a f t e r touchdown.fiance Sylvia I »ni:) look a s thoueh they a r e enjoying their iwrts,.u i Seals have been mailed to 93 000yards to score. Rink's kick was the church and spUt up into smallEarly in the second period Green- wide.bought by H e r m SchoHen of SaniIn a practice session for the Junior Play, to l»e p r e n t e d tonight,»nd b u i, i n e t l places,,, ,In thisgroups visiting Methodist families 1 I U , Albion eollem? will a n n e a r with 11 "t a r y M a r k e t . The l a m b w a s raised ville again lost the ball, this t i m eand t o m o r r o w evening (Thursday and Friday) In the new "allL a t e r a f t e r a n o t h e r Jacket fum- ii) and around Lowell gathering ,0,0 c h a m b e r O r c h e s t r a 1 c o u n , y b y , h c K t ' n , C c x l n , Tuberby George Buckham of Kalamazoo. on downs. Three p l a y s later All- ble recovery by Lee VanderWarf.p u r p o s e " room of the elementary building. Their m a t i n e e perL ,and vegetable* for Hermp u r c h a s e d J e r r y T r u m Conference q u a r t e r b a c k Leonard Len F a s e scored his Ihiid touchl o r m a n c e for the little fry WednoKlnv afternoon was a s u r e ess,ls*1 the Harvest Festival "Wvices LMason Sunday evening, Nov-. c h a i r m a n forble's BlacW Angus beef.and the " b u t t e r f l i e s " a r e settling just a little. Tlcketn a r e on saledown of the night by dashing 54Persons who wish to m a k e s u r e i e m b o r 1 8 a e i g h t ' o ' c l o c k m t h e r.Both the' beef and the i a m bat Christiansen Drug store, and by junior class m e m b e r s . Eightyardstoscore.Hisdrop-kickforthat the young folks stop a r e ask-1Albion CSianelLsavedwill be sold a t H a r m ' s m a r k e t MBS. COONS FALL8o'clock Is curtain time. See you t h e r e !extra point w a s wide.ed to call Mrs. Robert B a m e s . j Richard plays the cl.irinet; he Jd ,?f f , u b e r c " , o s i s h a v e thenext week. In Um» for t h e WEDNESDAY AT HOME7.74», . V c u b p r o b e m of making theDale Barnes t r a v e l e d 4 yards for TWAs " c u r t a i n l i m e " c o m e s n e a r e r en. They have other jobs loo, likei w 7-(4 ). l s also president of the C h a m b e r i i i r % \. .r .Thanksgivlnc table.Mrs. F r a n k Coons fell down the the J a c k e t s only s c u r e .and n e a r e r , thc cast in this y e a r ' s prompting the cast during .andMrsTloHI"**#stairs at her home Wednesday Lowell720190 46 iied all of the homes on their re-1 Marion DeVinney are his p a r e n t s . ' ? " . J ,disease. The IMiu; Junior Class presentation, " T h r e e sal: taking over p l a y practiceca scsThis is a little f a r off Lowell's m o m i n g about 9:30 a n d w a s t a k e n Greenville0060 - 6 spective lists they will r e t u m to1a r e stiU carry.ng live Fingers in the Door", i r e busy when Mrs. Mullen is unable to beT B germs in their bodies and. un- developing a bad case of " b u t t e r - ; p r e s e n t and coaching players inMain st., but one ol odr local fel- to Blodgett hospital by Roth a m F u m b l e s A r e Costlythe church for a party.I.KOION ACXILIARY less they a r e supervised and edu- flies."lows. R. B. Weaver, has been c o m - bulance.j dividually with their lines.It is interesting to note that thePLANS PARTY TONIGHTjcatcfl. m a y again b e c o m e activemissioned by our neighbor. BeldX-rays revealed a cracked feThey sIvHildn't have to worry 1 Don't be one of those personsJ a c k e t s fumbled t h r e e times and MRS. DK KERSON HOSTSThe American Legion Auxiliary * a n ( } dangerous, thus becoming a ng, t o design and paint five signs m u r . just below the pelvic joint.about its being a success though. ' e 0 1 , 1 of 'hose little groups thateach resulted in an Arrow score. HOME DEMONSTRATION G R O I ' P j to Clark-Ellis post a r e going to i n n o c e n t . u r c e of infection."highway entrances, welcoming It is expected she will be in thewithall the time and effort they'vetogether and tell w h a t theyTwo sets of brothers paced theThe Lowell Home Demonstration h a v e a potluck supper p a r t y to-- - L a s t y e a r your C h r i s t m a s Sealmotorists to their town.Nhospital about two weeks, accord- t e a m : The Eickhoffs. Jim a n dput into the production.1 thought of the play. You won't giondollarshelpedusgivetuberculinThey a r e done in palrlotia col- ing to her son. David Coons.G a r y ; and the F a s e brothers. Keith Dickerson N o v e m b e r 8What happened to pretty y,«ni!Rolng « year, t h e r e a r ej l o o m s . Coffee and rolls will be "tests to 42.718 people, and chestor* ol r e d . white and bine. » n dand Leonard.T h e lesson on the O i r i s t m a s f u r n i s h c d . Dinner time is 6:30.[x-rays for 24.431 in our Mobile Sylvia Long? (Joan Bl.hr.pl w h o , ! " ' hackiess b l e a c h e r , to lit ondraw Ifie attention of all pafe- HAZEL TOWER'S MOTHERBright P r o s peel* In *57workshop w a s presented by M r s . !j X-ray bus. Among apparently well in that t e m b l e old mans,on h a t j J1*,a" * « emby. \\PASSES AT PORTLANDSo closes the '56 gridiron season. * * * Alexander and Mrs. DickerNOTICEp p l e we found 22 active c a s e , three r i n g e r . « . one h a n d : WhyMrs. Race, m o t h e r of Mrs. but. although m a n y key men will j 5 0 , 1 P l a n s and p a t t e r n s for giftsMcQueen Motor Company Ser--of TB: 37 suspicious of lung can- do " t h e y " want Jolly ol' Aunt TesW e l l e Out Eoriy!ti zcl Tower, a f o r m e r employe be lost due t o graduation, pros- h * 1 * m a d e " " J d i *cussed.room. J u s t being in the auditoriumvice Department will be closed l e e r ; 253 r e f e r r e d to their doctors sie Tingle. Janice W a s h b u r n ' outAof the Lowell Ledger, passed a w a y pects an? bright indeed for nextP 0 , , u c k luncheon w a s en- November 15 through 22nd. c-29-30 for heart conditions; 1.844 v.ith of the w a y ? What is poor Clara casts an air of excitement overBecause Thanksgiving falls onyou.nt the Portland Rest Home Tues- y e a r ' s t e a m . Tailback Ryder and joyed at noon. T h e group joined inour publication d a y n e x t weeksuspiciouc and healed tuberculosis IluepelfKatherineKyser)soReserved seat tickets a r e onfullback Eickhoff will form the nu- working on t h e i r 'Rwnksgiving pro' N o v e m b e r 22) t h e Ledger will fx? day evening.CORRECTIONwho will require supervision and afraid of? Why does 'Anna' (MarFuneral a r r a n g e m e n t s have not cleus of the '57 backfield. with Don ject for shut-ins in the afternoon.mailed a d a y e a r l y so a s t o - r e a c hTlie price of turkeys 18 lbs 438 other miscellaneous findings, garet B a c k s i r o m i have thc atti- sale at Christiansen's D r u g Storea s yet been m a d e .Dawson. J i m Shepard. T r u m a nour r e a d e r s before the hoUday.a n d up in t h e Kroger Company All of this is contributing to the tude she does towards the Hue- at 75c. General admission KerryShoeTherefore, all w r i t e r s and adj advertisement on page 9 of this g e n e r a l good health record of this pels? Does she know something m a y be obtained f r o m any J u n i o rC.ASCADE TWP. NOTICE3 i n s t c a d o f communityr t 50c.shouldroadm a k e r and m a n y others r e t u m i n g Suburbanites. Save yourself a lot vertisers a r e notified that copyshe isn't suppose to?The play will be given on ThursNotice to the t a x p a y e r s of Cas- to bolster the line. Many fine boys of winter trouble. Jackson Motor 39cmust r e a c h us Monday. No c o r r e s c30It looks like the whole play isday and F r i d a y evening, Novempondence will be accepted a f t e r c a d e Township. If your a d d r e s s will c o m e f r o m t h e reserve squad Sales, 930 W. Main st. Lowvll. c30ALIMONYjust one big "Question M a r k . "ber 15 and 16 a t 8:00. A specialMonday, and all a d s must r e a c h has been changed since you r e also.Through t h e Reserve Forcesis a must to some people.AMERICA'S NUMBER ONETwo Directorsm a t i n e e will be given on WedSenior q u a r t e r b a c k Len F a s e andus Monday m o m i n g to be included celved your 1955 t a x bill, pleaseAct of 1955. the Army is engaged better pay by Bonified Money GrAwarded top rating by well- in an intensive c a m p a i g n to in- ders and have a double r e c e i p t The two directors. Ann Mullen n e s d a y a f t e m o e n for the elemennotify Mrs. Edna O s m e r , C a s c a d e senior g u a r d J i m Eickhoff m a d ein the Thanksgiving edition.Township T r e a s u r e r . 5062 Burton. the All-Conference t e a m . Congratu- known c o n s u m e r ' s magazine, the c r e a s e its P e f d y R e s e r v e f r o m yours and ours. No waiting. Postage end F e t e McFberfion, have worked t a r y school students. See you atStyle-Mart toocoat. Anly 40 to 585.000 to 1.692.000 m e n as soon and envelopes available. Rittenger very h a r d , learning everyone's the play.F o r results, use Suburban Life S. E. Grand R a p i d s 6. o r call lations boys.CH5-2241.c-30-31Bob Thaler SS0, tax included a t Coons.want a d s .i a s possible.I Insurance Service.c30 part in c a s e a substitute is needBy M a r j o r i e RinardKaskelhall SeasonOpens TuesdayAl Sparta GymCROP CommilleeJ.Lowell Closes Best Football SeasonSince 1949; Flatten Greenville 46 6Junior Play Tonight and FridayBring in 'Harvesl"For Clark HomeT.B. SealsIn The MailsB

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