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Parade
Saturday's fair parade, ajjiong
the top j10 of anyoneV H^t of
things to do at the fair, was
probably best typified by Chelsea
High school band's rendition of
% Wonderful Day Like Today,"
as it zipped its way down Main
DAVID TKINKLE'S reserve champion steer,
which h e raised from 625 pounds to 945 pounds
since January, takes no heed of all the buying and
selling around him- Wolverine Bar purchased tKe
prize-winning: steer for $1,40 per potliid.
the winner of four consecutive
first places,.
Second place in the adult judging went to "Sanford and Sons'
Salvage," spritefy entry that Fire
Chief Jim GaKen said was built
simply by " a group of individuals
from Lima township, including
St, ( . - .
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Don Laier a n d . Ralph Trinkle.
A wonderful day it waS-'Warm
Third place was taken by Klwanis
and sunny, with a tinge of auClub, which urged Chelseaites to
tumn in the air, with a' parade
:
"Sail with Kuvanis," The Fire)n progress that featured everything frOrn a state senator to a \ hmen's Awatd went to Mac Tools
for its float that featured Queen
clown walking a dog that wasn't
iKim Young, "In Building Our
there/ a n d eyetr more..
.Among the'-taw participants in ijNatlon."
tlie parjade this year was the | Displaying the devil-may-care
Dexter Vintage Car Club,' which j; tendencies of those not in their
has made the scene .in Gjieisea ! final high school year, the junior
once befpre, during De^ter's Ses-r ; class of 7 6 depicted their school
days as "Sesame Street," which
qulcentennial caravan to this vil: earned them first prize in the
lage.
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^arade-goeirs were given an ; youth division,.
Opportunity to view the incredibly
Taking second place in the
well-preserved and welkruhning ; youth division w a s Chelsea ReRojis Royces, SfudeBakers' and j creation Council; represented by
sorted other unidentifiableS that
To,m 6alistrere and his band of
we^e foreign .matter to anyone !•' gypsies from the E a r n . ' Learn,
under 25, and spfnetirtie$, more
and H a y program, who built
t'ti9~n--vithaV"'•.,-'-:'.--:-;':-'-'".':
• ;•"."-'. - the group's Winnie the Pooh float
Chelsea's United , • p t h o d i s t
as part of their summer's - activHome once aga)n took first plaqe
ity. ,.;•/; .:-:/1 : ; - . . - • .
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in the- adult float division; with , Touting "Liberty and Justice
its,;.!'Bridging Xh<6 Year?'' ^ theme for Al^!' the, Class of '77 earned
that featured king a n d ' queen, , a thir<d> place, while Terrific Taithe Rev. Scott tyesterman a n d
lors 4-H earned the Firemen's
Mrs. Ruth Wpomer, -ih acts of
Awar4 for their "4-H Is Always
givjng' and r e p l y i n g with young
Blooming.''
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volunteer" workers jfrorri the
Judges for this year's floats
Hbrrie. t h i s float Wade the Home
(Continued on page six)
GRAND CHAMPION STEER gets quite a bit
of attention during .Chelsea's Community Fair. Not
only did the prize-winner and owner, Gary Thornton, left, get to ride proudly in the fair parade
Saturday, it also warranted some royal viewing
from 1974 Fair Queen Kim Young. At center is
Fritz Schumm of Schumm's Restaurant, who purchased the 1065-pound steer for $1.65 per pound.
WEATHER
• Mill. Max Precip.
Wednesday, Aug! 28 . . . . . . . 6 1 * 76 ••- 0.00
Thursday,. Aug, 29 . . . . . . . . 6 1 -80 0.00
Friday, Aug. 30 . . . . . . , . . . 5 9
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Saturday, .Aug. 31 . . . . . . . . , 4 8
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By H.K.L.
QUOTE
"He who thinks an inch but
talks a yard needs a kick of the
foot."
—Chinese Proverb.
ONE HUNDRED-FIFTH YEAR—No. 12
12 Pages This Week
New Records
in
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Jiffy Mixers
Eliminated in
State Tourney
percent from his John Deere; and
Bob Merz, who pulled 382 percent
in his John Deere for sixth place.
Other placers in the various categories included, up to 4,000 pound
category; Wayne McCalJa, third,
with 368 percent from his International; John Weidmayer, who
pulled 353 percent with his Ford
or fourth place; and Laverne
Walz, who took fifth with 351 percent from his tractor.
In the 4,001 to 6,000 pound
category; Mark Weidmayer pulled
368 percent with his F a r m all tractor for third place; Neil Weidmayer and his Massey-Ferguson
"ook fourth with. 354 percent;
Duane Kuebler took fifth with his
Massey-Ferguson with 353 percent;
and Ron Diuble pulled 349 percent
with his Allis-Chalmers for sixth
place.
Ken Hieber and Richard Schaible
tied for first place in the 6,001 to
%000 pound category with identical
pulls of 349 percent, Hieber on an
Allis-Chalmers and- Schaible on a
John Deere. Taking third place
was Ralph Duible with 347 percent from his Oliver; Jim Schnearle
pulled into fourth place with 319
percent from his John Deere; Ray
Weidmayer took fifth place with a
314 percent performance from his
Massey-Ferguson; and John Bihlm a y e r , . pulling 311 percent, took
sixth place atop his International.
3 Youths Arrested for
Window Breaking
Three local youths were taken to $1,004; A&W Root beer, where
into custody Saturday by Chelsea a hole one foot'high and one foot
police for their parts in a wide- wide occurred a s the result of a
spread breaking of windows and beer bottle thrown through a large
glass that occurred at five loca- A&W sign atop a pole, with damtions around the village late last age running $200 for the face of
Wednesday and early Thursday the sign and $250 for the casing;
morning.
Beach Middle school, where a pair
Arrested were a pair of 16-year- of 3 feet by 7 feet plate glass wfnold Juveniles and William b a r k e r , dows were broken; and Palmer Mo17, of 133 Orchard, St. Tuesday tor Sales, where a rock was tossed
f afternoon P a r k e r appeared in 14th through a 108-inch by 104-inch plate
District Court and is scheduled to glass window, valued at $236.
appear for preliminary examinaOfficers were led to the three
tion Sept. 9 on a charge of m a - young defendants by the report of
licious destruction of property val- witnesses who were present inside
ued at more than $100. Petitions Sprague Bulck-Oldsmoblle at the
have been signed foi the juveniles time of the Initial damage to the
to a p p e a r in Juvenile Court, but smaller window of the establishno date for appearance h a s yet ment.
been set.
They told officers that a 1973 or
Conviction oh the listed charge 1974 Camaro had left the area of
for P a r k e r carries a maximum the Sprague dealership immediately
sentence of four years in jail a n d after the incident. The vehicle had
a $2,000 fine.
a burgundy-colored body with a
Targets of the trio's breaking cream colored top, they said.
Although police gave chase to
spree were Sprague Buick-Oldsmoblle, where a 24-inch by 32-lnch apparently the same suspect vehi,
window ahd three plate glass win- cle later that evening, they were
, dows, 12 feet by 6 feet were broken, unable to read the vehicle's license
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valued totally a t more than $800; number.
,
the buses parked in the parking lot
Friday, however, Officer John
1
* , 6f Chelsea High schooj, u pi which Dettllng observed a c a r fitting t h e
;,A .received broken., windaJOeld*, with description of the suspect vehicle
v ^ original damage wtiftjat^ tpnjni
(Continue^ m # g * six)
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gameV The team's had been ,deag-<
locked a t 2+2 until1 Ed Wrecking
of 'Marshall dellyereti the solo
homer in the final inning: to defeat
ace Jiffy pitcher Dick McCalla.
Jiffy scoring in this first game
c a m e on a pair of solo round-trippers by Duke Weiss and McCaila.
Jiffy dropped its second game
to a Sault Ste. Marie squad, 4-1,
with Tom Voelker suffering the
loss. Bill Harvey and Cal Poe
3ach delivered two hits for Jiffy's
losing cause.
Man Arrested ftnwJsswSq^ai:
BRIDGING T H E YEARS, Chelsea United
Methodist
Home's float entry, was a tribute to
On Tip He Was the deterioration
of the generation gap that Home
members and youth volunteer workers at the Home
Out To Kill
have managed this summer. The float, which took
CEA Ratifies
Day Slated
Teacher ContractRally
At Waterloo Church
Musical Program
Scheduled Sunday at
Immanuel Church
A "special musical package" Is
planned for this Sunday, Sept. 8,
at 7 p. m. at Immanuel Bible
church.
Local residents Art Haab and the
Robert Schneider family with present solos, duets, trios, and special
numbers. The presentation U open
to the public.
v,:*.
;«?S»*wx.
Steve Grau's grand champion Bar, while his reserve champ ! on
lamb brought a whopping total of individual, weighing 185 pounds,
$4 per pound from Inverness Inn brought 80 cents per pound from
in last Wednesday evening's live- Klink Excavating. Mary Ann Mcstock sale, and other prices were Calla raised the reserve champion
similarly, if not quite so drama- pen, weighing a total of 646
tically, up in this year's sale dur- pounds, which was purchased by
ing the Chelsea Community fair. Howell Livestock for 50 cents par
Other top prices in the livestock pound.
sale were received by Kirk Van
Other steer owners, the weight,
Natter, whose reserve champion price per pound, and buyer arc as
lamb, weighing 105 pounds, brought follows:
Douglas Lesser, 910
%2 per pound from Frisinger pounds, 69 cents, F a r m e r s ' Supply;
Realty, and Steve Grau's champi- Duane Trinkle, 865 poungs, 67 cents,
on pen of lambs, weighing a total Chelsea
State
Bank,
Rodney
of 257 pounds, which was purchased Schneider, 1,035 pounds, 69 cents,
first place for the fourth consecutive year in the by Wolverine Bar for $1.10 perAnn Arbor Federal Savings; Dan
pound. Matt Grau's reserve cham- trinkle, 935 pounds, 68 cents,
adult division, was ridden by Home king and queen
pion
pen weighed 338 pounds and Chelsea Lumber; Danny Grau, 1,010
the Rev. Scott Westerman and Mrs. Ruth Woomer,
brought 55 cents per pound from pounds, 69 cents, J a m e s Robards;
and youth representatives Marcia Warren and Diuble Feeds.
Debbie Gross, 985 pounds, 70 cents,
Elizabeth Herrst.
Top price in the steer sale was Slocum Construction; Kathy Trinreceived by Gary Thornton, whose kle; 91Q pounds, 72 cents, McCalla
grand champion steer weighing 1,- Feeds; Debbie Clark, 1,060 pounds,
065 pounds brought $1.65 per 68 cents, Klumpp Brothers; Kathy
pound from Schumm's Restaurant. McCalla, 870 pounds, 66 cents,
David Trinkle's reserve champion Manchester Locker; Karen Trinsteer weighing 945 pounds brought kle, 955 pounds, 97 cents, Krull
$1.40 per pound from Wolverine Construction; Janis Hopkins, 925
pounds, 73 cents, Thornton Realty;
Bar.
In the hog sale, Karen McCalla's Howard Sias, 980 pounds, 69 cents,
grand champion individual hog Chelsea Milling; Erwin Herrst, 825
tipped the scales at 203 pounds and pounds, 69 cents, State Farm Inbrought $1.60 per pound from surance; Dan Heydlauff, 925
Michigan Livestock. Erwin Herrst, pounds, 70 cents, Lloyd Bridges
David Lesser. 955
whose grand champion pen weighed Chevrolet;
pounds,
70
cents,
Chelsea Milling;
in at 373 pounds, received 60
(Continued on page three)
cents per pound from Wolverine
Chelsea police Monday arrested
local man for carrying a concealed
weapon when the subject's wife informed officers that he intended to
kill an unknown person and then
himself.
Robert Lawrence Barry, 46, of
322 Buchanan- St., w a s arrested
early Monday morning near his
home by Officers Graves and Peelene Barry t h a t . h e r husband was
bles who were told by Mrs. Dararmed and had left the home to
kill " P a t . ; ' Her husband had served
prison time for murder and would
follow through with his threats,
Mrs. Barry said.
- In Barry's automobile at the
time Of his arrest'were a Germany
Madison Import Corp. eight-shot
.22 caliber revolver, one Winchester
nodel 190 semi-automatic .22 caliber 16-shot rifle, loaded, and a
:arge amount of ammunition.
Barry was handcuffed and taken
to Washtenaw County Jail to await
arraignment Tuesday in 14th District Court. He waived examination
and was bound over to circuit
Court for arraignment of informaSESAME STREET captured the judges' votes, class of '76. Junior class queen Beth Clark takes
tion Sept. 13.
as the real thing has captured the kids' votes, and the Sesame stuff all in stride (at back).
earned a first place in the float competition for the
Chelsea Education Association put
its official stamp of business-asusual on the Chelsea School District Tuesday morning, when members ratified their 1974 contract by
a vote of 105 yes, 15 no.
SUBSCRIPTION: $6.00 P E R Y E A R
amp Steer
$
Brings 1.65 lb
At Fair Sale
Chelsea's F a s ^ - p i t c h
League
champions Jiffy. Mixes wen^ down
to defeat in two quick games \ in I
last week-end's state Glass X) fastpitch : finals in.C^dill^c. ; - v '. '.
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y
A four-year-old record, set by
Charlie Koenn in the 1970 Chelsea
Fair version of the tractor pull
when h e pulled.368 percent, fell
several times over in this y e a r ' s
event. They pulled and they pulled
until the final elimination ended
at 4:40 a.m. Saturday.
Leading the-record setters w a s
Ted Wheeler, who pulled 408 percent with his John Deere to top
the 9,001 to 14,000 pound tractor
class. Floyd Riethmiller was also
tops in his division, for tractors
up to 4,000 pounds, when he pulled
403 percent atop his Interpational.
Others going over the old record
were Ken McCalla, who pulled 380
percent in his International for
second place in the up to 4,000
', pound category; J i m Hagman, who
piloted his Oliver to first place in
the 4,001 to 6,000 category with
399 percent; Victor Mann, who
managed 389 percent in his
Massey-Ferguson for second place
in the 4,001 to 6,000. pound cate, gory; Charles Schaible; who toolsecond place in 9,001 to 14,000 in
his John Deere with 388 percent;
Dave Ruhlig, who placed third in
9,001 to 14,000 with 387 percent
from his Allis-Chalmers; David
Westhoven,. whose 387 percent in
his John Deere earned him a
fourth place in the 9,001 to 14,000
category; Richard Jedele, who took
fifth in 9,001 to 14,000 with 382
C H E L S E A , M I C H I G A N , T H U R S D A Y , S E P T E M B E R 5, 1974
1 ¾ ¾
Antique Tractor Pull
Draws 18 Entrants
Waterloo Village United Methodist church has scheduled Rally
Day for this Sunday, Sept. 8, at
10 a.m.
The fascination with antique maA special Bible class to study
chines
turned out to be more wide*
Bible prophecies and the Book of
spread
than even Paul Bollinger,
Revelations will be taught by Allen
one
of
the local proponents of
Hall of Clear Lake Shores.
antique tractor pull, ever expected.
A total of 18 entrants showed
Firemen Called for
up for the competition among the,
oldsters, which made it necessary
Blaze at Flint Home
to divide them Into two classes,
Chelsea Fire Department was 728, for lightweight tractors; and
called to the home of Chalmers 728-A for heavyweight tractors.
In the lightweight division, Mike
Flint on Ivey Rd. Tuesday afternoon to extinguish a fife behind Bristle of Munith took first place
the home's fireplace. Fire Chief in his Ford tractor, followed by
Jim Gaken said that it was notBill Yuhass, Milan, in second; Pat
known how much damage had been Farrell, Dexter, third; Frank Yudone. The blaze appeared to have hass, Manchester, fourth; and J i m
been caused by a faulty fireplace. Jedele, Ann Arbor, fifth.
In the heavyweight division, Robert Pyle of Manchester made the
top pull in his Farmall tractor,
followed by David Curtis of Manchester, second; Don Bollinger,
Chelsea, third; Dean Lindemann,
Dexter, fourth; and Floyd Riethmiller, Grass Lake, fifth.
Earns Degree at WMV
J a n e Carol Lehmann, librarian at
Beach Middle school, received her
Master of Library Science degree
during recent summer commencement ceremonies at Western Michigan University.
Cross Country Team
In RebuildinQ:
Year
©
Although it might be easier all expected to contribute their fair
the way around for cross country shares to this year's campaign are
coach Pat Clarke to loll in mem- juniors Dave Frame and Bill Rudeories of last year's Southeastern macher and sophomores Mark Kern
Conference title-winning season, he and Matt Heydlauff. Each of these
is instead concentrating fully on young men, their mentor slates,
his rebuilding job, a necessary pre- "have excellent potential a n ,i
should improve as the season prolude to this season.
His rebuilding job is made con- gresses."
Newcomers to the Bulldog cross
siderably easier, Coach Clarke
readily admits, by the presence o; country scene who Coach Clarke
eight returning lettermen, led by anticipates will bear watching durng the 1974 season a r e sophomores
junior captain John Storey.
'eff
Sweet and Dean Thompson,
Storey, an experienced veteran
who
have been working with the
who holds the sophomore record a^
-quad
and should provide the Hullwell as the two-mile school record
dogs
with
some much-needed depth.
in track, is, according to Coach
From among the now crop of
Clarke, "the type of runner am
coach would like to have—John ie freshmen, Coach Clarke reports
very consistent, dedicated, anc that Dave Dawson seems to have
Tailed down one of the varsity
highly competitive."
Bucholz,
and Mark Shippy are all
Another aid to this year's pro%pots,
while
Randy Harris, Mark
gram is sophomore lettermar
"looking
pretty
good at this point
Rick Haller, who the coach say?
in
the
season."
"has improved tremendously over
The over-all outlook for the sealast year and should have a fine
son, Coach Clarke says, is curseason this year."
Also returning are another pair rently that the Bulldog harriers
of sophomores, Morris Johnson and will ' b e "a young, hard-working,
Phil Frame.
Both lettermen. determined group who will have to
Coach Clarke reports, " a r e start wait for the season to start to sec
ing to blossom into fine varsity 'low much rebuildin.<i has been
harriers and should he integral done."
First meet of the season for the
parts of the Bulldog machine.'
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BWnie Werigreri, ruhhiril for th| rmm^t Kpt; Vftti
mmm ih^ktrig it possible for
JVblyeriiife Track CWb ih Liricblh *"Piil,", p g%dejolsitbih <m pwri- ieagtfe bo^lerls tb cblriipete ih the
Psirk,, placed secbiiid in her first ed by Mr, ^hdMrs. GOrdbri .Vah ABC fblirnlrrn'erit.
cWsl-cburitrf rh'^t s(t Lincoln Park Riper, is believed 'to be eligible to Wril#riiar Grossrriari, Who served
la§! Saturday, Beearise Of her fine claitn a record nuiriBbir of ouspHng as village rriarshal for the past
p^Wbirmarice in the race, she was in her/seyferi and one half, years year,, has resi^gtje^, effective Sept.
ihvi&ki to rrih in the Kirkwottd in- bf life. The co^v's ij'rst AC.|)'( ^as 1, arid the resignation was acbepted
vitehal Mee^t Sept. 19 in Miss- a steer, theii a heifer, $iw then
ibu> sets x>f twins, the h«est being
*%^rfe toiili 18¾, w^k | e \ I %jh Keiferfc M h just two weel«
serve full time unt}l a hew marshal
record for most weight ever pulled ago. ,
is
appointed by the council.
in a tractor pull.. With his Case Kenneth Proctor was One of three
boys
who
W
o
n
colts
at
the
state
tractor, Koeriri prilled 48,000 lbs.
which was 368.09 percent of his 4-H Show at Lansing ldst week Subscribe today to The Standard I
tractor's weight.
4 Yeats
THE FIR >T STEP TO GOOD
STARTS H
j b t e MJSTER EDITOR:. '.;- , ain't never heard of. like «5$ nill*
•,lte jfellers m$ talking abbiit lion,to Botswana ahd $76 million
the fipw. |>resjd|ht arid the, n,e/W to Somalia.
I V # # ^ 6 ¾ -¾ 8 ? * $ ^ ! $ it you cbririt space projects, fed
» i ^ y ? A a t he tountW, -sajd/we has rbferchW a i v as
p r e ^ a t u ^ y n | h t it wa|Clem much as we've give away, tteh&l
TOster that. p o t p e ^ ^ifo th|} jj^.^ttore we fe a $7Q,(KH) study
te ;M..'«$»#$. to Ed^•DoolJWe;*! ^ the sWeSt 6i aboriginals in
^ - - ^ - ^ „.*, w . « r ^Ustralia, and ft. took £20,0(¾ to
look into the gating e$js of frogs
MlMltl.WH«M»IHHtMtlllil<t<IIHIIM'«'IIIM»>IM.MWIIIinil<.>HIIIIKW.M^IHIMIlHM l M<l)imn
as "outstanding 4-H club mem-»* ;
bers." Kenneth's list of awards j
includes first and grand champion y
~m his nine-year-old Holstein cow; ;;
second in modeling class on hOrse; ¾
.
Ivird oh electrical prolect on a ta- jj
ile lamp; fourth ih riding class oirt j
horses three years old or under; ••}
sixth out of more than. 100 entries \
iinsliowmahship with his c6w, arid j
i?th # of 32 m senior calf un- I
•:;% MIGIOGAIV MIRROR *
I
why, folks gamble. They decided
Elmer E.White, Secretary, Michigan Press Assoaiation
,
f 14 Years
Aao...
it's because people want to win & • l l l l l t l H l l l l l l M l l l l l . I I I M K M I t l l l l . i l l lBy
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some money. I hope we didn't
Thursday, Sept. 8, 1960—
Suing Made Simple?
aways are almost all in the Lower
New Health Care Group
spend any'more on that one than
Pearson is. a pledge of
Aiming for "greater efficiency theByron
we did to find out that tricycles The salesperson assures you it's Peninsula."
Uriivers'ity
Michigan Aleph
perfect. So you plunk d6^n your
and effectiveness," two Michigan Chapter of the of
turn over easy.
Howell
Masonic-associated
money, take home, that bicycle or
health care organizations how are Apacia fraternity.
Yours truly,
From Here to the World
.,
Uncle Lew. sewing riiachine or television set— Berries to Britain and turkeys' brie.
Livestock Auction
Keith Haab, 15-year-old sojphoand find it's, far-x from perfect. too. Ail fold, Michigan may be1 ..; The 25-year-old Michigan Nursing mOre
at Chelsea High school, Won
Start) 1 p.m. Every Monday
But the store won't do anything selling $250 million worth of farm Home Association and the 3-year- a number of honors at the State
Mason 677-8941
about making a fair adjustment. products abroad this year, predicts old Michigan Health Faciliti 4-H Show at East Lansing last
What now? Small claims court, have already sold or committed- at Association' voted this summer to week, including first place in the
The Wise Owl Says Ship tt> 1-JoWell
if
you wish. . '
Gov. William Milliken.
combine forces ahd work under the junior yearlirig calf division arid
Phono 546-2470.
Bim Franklin
, Jf that conjures up visions of , "Michigan farmers an.<£ growers name^of the Michigan Health Care first in dairy showmanship in the
lii^gh ittorriey fees or jcioyriiplicated
tiave ai'ready, Sblcl 'br :cbmm¥ted at; Association.
senior age group in the Brown
!
iegii
MheuVerihg,
tn^nk'alaih,
Get
le^st $50. million bf tr)eL1974 far^i TTie Association initially wilt pfe- Swiss division. In.the senior age
Market Report far Sept. 2
YOUiyG MEN'S FASHIONS
help from the Miepgaft, Con- 'crb'p -i^_. "bVeWe'a^,.rfiar^e'ts," the' sfefitiribre than 70 percent of the group ' he was competing with
Young; nieA W^ll'feetaking a slfme
sumers
which r|cen'tly $fr gbverhbr says, "it's s^'ill eaHy in State's 4i6,6b0 nursing tibirie arid youths 14-to 21 years old.
CATTLfe—
fresh, trim selective approach to lished a Couhcil,
most
informative
the seasbh," he aWs,."|lhd based lohg-teVtft car"e facility btds. it Chelsea Community Fair opened
Good to Choice Steers, $43 to $46.20
this year's fashions. For once explaihihg "How to Sue brocmire
Goo<l-Cho|ce Heifers, $40 to $42
Someone
bh th'e,'
ekp'brlen^b of ^evious will be concerned with the are&s yesterday with five girls in contenFed Holstein Steers, $31 to $38
:
again, they are retuftiing to the
years,
we
can Conservatively exp| of public iriforrnaticjri, ^cbriirritiriity tion for the title of 1960 fair
Utility & Standard/ $30 and down.
in
Shi'all
Claims
:Court
fashion fold. The hew, youthfuJ
to
sell
five
tiffies that amount."7 relatibris arid legislative li'afsbri. • queen; Rosemarie Porter, repredressed up look is not starchy,
cows-*
Lastye;ar,
oyers'eas
sales totaled
qve'rdressed 6r dandyish—it (is inHeifer Cows, $26 to $28
s^ne$182
rnmibh
^Hiii»
v
Ut.-C0irtrti«relal, $20 to $20
stead a heater, easy look that goes
Cannbr, Cutter, $15 to $20
.
.^sides^luebVr'HeS
artd
turkeys,
with any young man's life-Style, no to bring a s # ^ t f i e UookM ex- MfcTiigah Will export such farm
Fat Beef "Cows, $16 to $20
matter what the occasion or time plains. "Vo^/St^le'yolir CaSe in pr^du'ete as cheirVTe's, bred heifers
BULLS—
fitivWntyciriiii. ^Tcftjftohot nee<i and dry naVy beans.,
;
of
day.
Heavy Bologna, $30 to $35 „
a
j
lawyer."
'.'•:..,.
Light and Corrihion, $30 and down.
1
. This year, sweaters will tfend
"TheSe sales are the result of
rnOre towards the classic styles: •S,.„;Sp^. ,t^at,(the , ma^irAum
;
lieMy a 'de'e^de of haM Work a
',i A '
c^Hectable
S^s'mfll
claims
c
6ua?^
sleeveless knits with XJ-riecks-jgfe
1
3
^
Prime, $45:Hd $50
'$3#a'^d
Ift^
Wlv
decision
of
a
WSi^^^y
^ ^¾
¾^
V=necks and sweater sets ,wit$
Good-Choice,' $35 to $45
,..
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s
m
Europe
a,nd.Asia,
^udge
%
:Wk'f$mt
canhtoSbe
Heavy Deacons, $40 to $77
matching pullovers and cardigans.
a ^ ¾ ¾ 1 bu " di ^S of '(Jeihahd bffl
Cull & Med., $20 to $40
These sweaters form a<i important ^pjpihM to a^ #gher cOfirt. /
c'bmidence in 6'ifr, ability to deliver
component of the layered look: Th^h, ,ih simpje, easy-|0-urid€irst P0n
FEEDERS—
'quality prbducts," Milliken
306-'600 jb;; Good to Choice Heifers,
the popular shortcoat, sweater and tetins, the bookletfells-^hefyould$30 to $35
|(e suer jiis^t ho\y t&, go about 1
shirt combination.
400-700 lb. Good to Choice Steers, $35
a claini, preparing for the How dipjes all this square with
.{b$42 •
,
Among the' important general el- tiiihg
:3O0'-SOO lb. Holstein Steers, $28 to $35
testifying Sit. the hearing ftbtidtis Of shortages caused, by:
ements that make up the fashion hearing,
'500-800 lb. Holstein Steers, $25 to $28
arid
collecting
Money—if the draught this seasbn? No conflict,
Common & Medium, $25 and down,
picture are: whites, off-whites in ' " e decides his
in
his favor, of officials Say.
combination and pastels that enSHEEP—
,, "The dire drought hasn't hit
Woolod Slaughter Lambs, $35 to
liven everything from tailored cloMichigan
that hard," says one.
cohsumer
should
know
$30,25
thing to active sportswear; the that ^ a l l ciairns Cpu'rts exist and "Awl ;the worst
Good-Utility, $34 to $35,.
hit crop has been
Slaughter Ewes, 5G to $11
continuation of cuffed -and pleated that, tfiey do ^ v i d e a relatively. porn, the products
we're talking
Ffeed Lambs, all weights, $24 to" $28
baggies are young men's favorites; 4iiick and irieiqSfeiteive remedy ;to abptyt exporting. haven't
been, senew pattern and texture mixtures; ^Itrketola'c'e rt^l|itvts," says Ja verely dtma'g'eo by lack of
H<>GS-^
raih.?
the increased use of madras, ging- Hnnsucke'r, adtih'g 'i^uftc'il, ^itector.
. 200-240 lb. No. 2, $38.50 to $39.40
240 3b. and up, $35 to $37.50
ham and seersuckers; plus, a fa- If ybii'd like a c'dpybf the bookLight Hogs, $37 and down.
shion revival of bow ties,
let (Education Bulletin 741), send
f REMtWtR
Sows:
'y :.
1
a
stamped self-addressed 4 x 9 ^
Fancy, Light, $31 to $33
SWIFT FROM WEST TO SOUTH inch erivelope^O the Michigan Con300-500 lb., $29 to $30
BY THE OLD TIMER
500 lb, and- up, $28 to $29
The lush West Coast and West- sumers CounbCl; 414 Hojlister Bldg.,
ern forests now dominate the tim- Lansing 48933./v
From Reba V. Sensenig, MilBoars and Stags:
ber, industry. But in a decade,
lersyille,-Pa.:
Living on a farm
Ail Weights,'^23'to $28
foresters predict, the South will
Parks
Popularity
Up
in,
Martjc
twp.,
Pa., I remember
take the lead with its vast pine
Feeder Pigs:
the
spring
in
the
fruit orchard.
Tis
a
good
summer
for
Michiforests.
Per Head, $12 to $23
with its. beautiful pink and white
gan's state park system;
blossoms that were so fragrant.
Split end Matt Means, a 1974 ,, The/folks who note, such things The
HAY--,;'.
fruit trees • wb had wbre sour
r^Wntly
caine
up
with
figures
senior from Adrian, has, the dis1st .Cutting, 50c to $1
cherries,
plutris, pears arid many
2jjd Cutting, 60c to $1.60
tinction of scoring the first touch- shoiviftg mbire than 7V6 millioh pic- apple; trees.
down in Central Michigan Univer- Wic|efs^a;^h'e)r/'day use" visifo I remember the fun we had
ST^RAW-rsity's Perry Shorts Stadium. It feltur|Jd mto ftate. ^arks ,thrbiigh makirig ci'der , arid apple butter,
Pel' Bale, ,30c to 55c
happened Nov. 4, 1972, on a 36- July this year. 1(¾¾ yearly total tye. had a bed of straw 5 feet
v^i-'
coWs
yard pass from Gary Bevington.; Of both earners a ^
deep to store the apples for winfeft-s
^tood
£t
iriOTe;
fthah
,ii;3
Tjested Dairy.Cows, $400 to $600
and ignited a 28-21 Homecoming
t e s t e d Beef Type Cows, $200 to $300
ter use. ,
n^iybh,
c^tmj^re^
to
10¾
million
win over Illinois State University.
mmmmm^o .i
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-nw
. ^hrtstm^s'tirrie was always a
aVQi'e s$'me .tfrfe^last year.
.Wh'at t|te Depaftti&nt 'of Natural joy. in-:-.our hOuse. Mother would
'Re^durc%s terms''a, "startling ih- treat the boys to cbokies, pop
brl'aW' involves the, number of cdrn balls, apples and her homeVehicles turned a^vay from day-use fna;4e potato chips arid cider. A
&reas. Last year, the figure was group pf men usbd to come
around singing carols on Chrir>t18,131; this year,. it's 30,089..
Xformerly
LaRostfs)
"Almost all dally use vehicle rii.as Kve. One of them was the
turnaways are ,in the southern half Doctor, and he wc-uld open up
of the Lower Peninsula," the de- his black bag and treat everyone
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The Chelsea Standard, Thursday, September 5, 1974
Fair Livestock
Auction...
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(Continued-from page one) '
Mark Lesser, 925 pounds, 70 cents,
/iffy Market; Darrol Trinkle, 835
winds, 75 cents, Washtenaw Crop
Service; Lawrence Wacker, 975
Hip Enough
pounds, 70 cents, Inverness Inn.
Other owners in the fat lamb
sale, the weight, the price per
pound, and the buyer are as jollows: Carolyn Ehnis, 3rd single
lamb, 88 pounds, 55 cents, Lloyd
Bridges Traveland; Pam Stoffor,
3rd place pen, 234 pounds, 50 cents
Diuble Feeds; Tina Ehnis, 4th- single lamb, 84 pounds, !>Q cents,
Howell Livestock; Mary Heller, 5th
a,nj?le iamb, 107 pounds, $1, Michigan Livestock, Wendy Wolfgang,
oin single lamb, 105 pounds, 75
cents, Chelsea State Bank; Tim
Tiau, 7th s ngle lamb, 104 pounds,
80 cents, McCalla Feeds; Aaron
VanNatter, 8th single lamb, 94
pounds, 65 cents, Manchester
u>cker; Sharon' VanNatter, 9th single lamb, 97 pound*, 70 cents,
Harold Trinklet; Amy Wolfgang,
10th single Iamb, 91 pounds,: 80
cents, Washtenaw Crop Service;
Chris Grau, 11th single lamb, 112 LEAN - TENDER-YOUNG
pounds, 75 cents, Ann Arbor Federal Savings; Ron Staffer, J2th single lamb, 95 pounds, 85 cents,
Lloyd Bridges Traveland; Eric
VanNatter, 13th single lamb, 75
pounds, 75 cents, Slocum Construction.
12-14-Lb.
Other owners in the hog sale,
Avg.
the weight, the • price per pound, .Sliced
and the buyer are as follows:
Karen McCalla, pen, 390 pounds, 50
cents, Burgett and Sons; Kathy
McCalla, peh, 590 pounds, 45 cents,
Michigan Livestock; Kirk Fiegei,
individual, 201 pounds, 50 cents,
Trinkle Brothers; Duane Fiegei,
243 pounds, 49., cents, Michigan
Livestock; Steve Keezer, individual, 192 pounds; 95 cents, Farmer's
Supply; Carolyn Ehnis, individual,
265 pounds, 46 cents, Trinkle Brothers; Carolyn Ehnis, individual,
245 pounds, 50 cents, Peter Flintoft.
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QUEEN KIM YOUNG graced Mac Tools' float
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JIFFY MARKET SPECIAL — 10-OZ. BOTTLES
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Since April 1912
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parade was Mrs. Fred ((Jerry) Klink, who* aietecj as parade'irja'N•'<'<
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the afternoon's'activities.
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buY AND HIS LAMB—and what could be cuter? Marty Heller,alrr^p3t four years old, hugs his lamb, which didn't win any
pilrw, but seehis to be his favorite of the entries anyway. Marty
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Heller.
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AUTO LICENSE PLATES
Auto' license plates; in the United States-have been made of
metal, wood, leather and ceramics.
Tags made of a soybean
compound .were tried during World
War II, but abandoned because
cows ate them.
-^ TAKE NOTICE t h a t a p ^ i c ' l t e ^ r i n ^ s h a l U b e held
by the.Lyndon Township Planning €orn^igsidh'bn the
12th day of September, 1974 £% SiOO^clock in' the:
evening in the Lyndon Townhall,: for the consideration of an amendment to Section 17,03; of the Lyndon
Township Zoning Ordinance by the- addition^bf the follpwing language:
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LYFAT
•trariuoua axarciae. changa your lift
. ' , . »tart today. MONADEX coaja
$3,00 for a 20 day aupply, and $5.00
lor fwtca tfta prnount. loae ugly fat
•r ydur moriay will be refundtd wilai
•o quaationt; apkad by;
CHELSEA DRUG STORE
- M«H Orders Filled
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Oct. IS-'-Dexter* . . . . . . . . . . . . Home
Oct. 23r-Lea^ue Meet at Cass Benton Park, Northville
Oct. 26^Regional Meet.
Nov. 2—State.Meet.
•Indicates Conference Meets.
L F n i f t FROM COLLEGE
They jttst received a lfetter friptti
their sort in college. It rea^ sorhething like this: "I haven't heard
from you in a week. Please send
me a check so Til know you are
Subscribe today to The Standard! O.K."
Phone 475-8153
12875 0M US-12, Chelseci
BROS
From Allied Mills:
The innovators
Ph. 475-8621
Notice is hereby givert that the following state owned
1 buildings located in the Waterloo Recreation Area,
Jackson County, willNie sold;by sealed bids. All bids
shall be sent to "Sealed Bid, Waterloo Recreation Area,
16345 McClure Road, Chelsea, Michigan 48118." The
!
deadline for accepting bids will 6e October 7th, 1974
\at 3 p.m. The buildings to be sold have been numbered
iNo. 1..- 6, 8, 9, 11, and 13. These buildings are located
in Section 36, TlS, R2E and Section 1, T2S, R2E, just
off Clear Lake Road, Previously known ris Tamarack
Park. -
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That part of the southeast quarter lying • southerly and
easterly of Roe Road and northerly and easterly of Waterloo
Road, except the east one-half of the southeast quarter of
the southeast quarter, also, except commencing at the southoast corner of section; thence westerly" 664.2&: feet; thonc&
northerly 250 feet to a place of beginning; thence westerly
340.13 feet; thence northwesterly 191.44 feet on the center
line of Waterloo Road; thence easterly 445.51 feet; then'ce
southerly 163 feet to the place of beginning, iboing a part
hi the southeast quarter, Section Thirty (30), Town One
(1) South, Range Three (3) East, Lyndon Township, Washi
tenaw County, Michigan, containing 18.93 acres.
Building^-No. 1 - 6: Cinder block cabins about 12'x20'; 4
with metal roofs, 2 with asphalt shingle roofs,
Building No. 6: Wood frame storage shed, 20^25'.
Building No. 0: Cinder black; bathhouse with wood gable
end roof, 20'x35'.
AW, commencing at southeast comer of section J thence
south 89° 5' 63" west 664.28'feet; thonco north 0° 48' JO"
east 260 feet to the place of beginning; thence south $9*
6' 63" west 840.13 feet; thence north,32° 34', 37".west 191.44
feet on the center line of Waterloo Rbadj th#c^,89° 5' 58"
east 446.51 feet; thence south 0° 48' 10" wi|b iffl, feet to the
place of beginning, being a J>arfc of the soutfteist quarter of
Section ThiHy (30), Town One (1) Soutfi, Jtatitfe Three (3)
East, Lyndon Tewnship, Washtenaw County, Michigan, containing 1.50 acres.
Building No; 11: Shed or workshop, wood frame, 25'xSO'.
Building No. 131 Store and snack bar, wood frame, 20'x25\
A performance bond cash will be required to guarantee
cleaning up the site in accordance with the conditions
of sajta The amount of bond shall, be 25% of purchase
of the building but not less than $25.00 nor more than
$100,00,
All Interested p^rabhs SMH bk heard at said hearing. The proposed cftftn^es. a M related papers are
Opened for inspection at the bkicb oi the Lyndon Township Planning Commission's secretary, 5005 Roepke
Road, Grass Lrike, Ml 4 ^ 4 0 ,
120 days will be allowed for removal of buildings and
clean up from date of sales agreement. Successful
bidder will be notified by return mail.
Bid p»Ae foir performance bond should not bfe sent
with biti. The Michigan Department of Natural ReSources' reserves the right to refuse any bid.
LynUn TtMftMi Planning Commission
Bids will be accepted on individual buildings only.
B*ori» Fuhrriianri, Secretary
Two baths, on 2-pfus acres. West
of Chelsea. Under $40,000.
SOUTHERN BOY MANOR
•Call me personally; 475-7322.
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Rial Hslati Bno,
OF WASHTENAW
ALKUlS
475-7322
Efficiency1 Units - By boy. Week, or Month
REALTORS
1196 M-52, Chelsea
475-8693
13190 M-52
PHONE (517) 8514213
COMPLETE HOME REMODELING
FREE ESTIMATES
DORMERS
ROOFING
KITCHENS
REC ROOMS
GARAGES
ALUMINUM SIDING
EAVESTROUGHS
ADDITIONS
AWNINGS
C
( 2 miles south of Stockbridge)
AMELOT
ONSTRUCTION
475-9209
14034 N. Territorial
tomorrow?
rieHtweek?
when do you want t ° | % ^ ^ 1 4 *
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NOTICE
and for the consideration of rezon,ing, premises owned
by Wilber Beernan and Gordon «J. Beeman to an "RRResort Residential" Zoning Classincation^tte-pf'emiieS
are described a s :
II
at the end of last year, and should
be considered a strong contehd4r
for the title this year.
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«*Deiter Dreadriaughts were hur/t
,by graruatfon, but they should
field & respectable team, led by
premier runner Bruce Vail.
"toovl's Wijdcats are rebuilding
this year' and are something of an
unknown quantity.
/"WWlai*/is trying to start a progr4nii this season.
"Lirtcdin does not have a team.
returns|)its entire > team
CROSS COUNTRY
^^^^^^$^^11.1.^^1306 sq^d;
SCHEDULE
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Sept. 10^-Stockbridge
Home
.Away
'•Brighton also returns? its entire Sept. 12— Salute* '••.'.?»
t e # p ' f^^lastfryftar.
The other Sept. 17-7sJa'cHson . Lumen Christi
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Btilt^logs ->were; [r4pidly improving
Sept. 19-^ecuttiseh \
Home
SeRt. 24—^tjchtgah 'Center ..Away
Sept. 26—I^byi* i..l
Home
OfHtNO Oct.
1—Jacjcson N,W
.Home
|t«rt to* na height
_ today.
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MONEY PACK. MONADEX 1» « Uny
Oct. 3—Brighton*
Away
Ubltt that will help curb your d»Oct.
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invit.
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»lr« tpr «xc««i food. Eat I*i»-weiflh
Oct. 10—South Lyon*
.Home
, l»M.-;Cont»in» no danoaroua drugs
and, wilt not rrjpka you narvoua. Ho
Oct. 12—Manchester Invitational
"No major recreational eq^uipment* shall? be parked or/stored 1
on any lot in a residential district excewtUn a cai*port or'
enclosed building or behind the nearest-portion- of a,/building
to a street, provided, however, that such: equipment ni^y be
parked anywhere on residential premise,s.vfor a period ^oiv,^o
exceed one (1) week. Equipment^inayxbe' used for living
sleeping or housekeeping purposes when parked 6r stored
on a residential lot for a period, not to exceed one (1) week,.
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NEW CEREAt
Have you Jheard about the new
cereail that will make, its inventor
a million dollars—it drains kids of
energy.
McCALLA
FEED SERVICE
3-BEDR00H RANCH
MEDICAL MENU
At a recent medical convention
(Continued; from page one)
the main meal was begun' with a
different kind of soup. It' was reigning Southeastern Conference
champs is rie^ Tuesday, Sepi, 10,
called .split-fee soup!
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#^jmev^against .StpcHTelephone Your Club News
bridge in anoh-conference encoun,,
. To 475-1371. . , • • - .
ter;; •;•• . - :. ••''•; '%,,
I FQr his ' SEC opponents, Coach
Clarke, predicts' the following:
"South Lypiri is a^airi favored to
win it. all, ahd^ts hungry "to do it.
ThV Lions return; their top tht;ee
runners yfrom ia#f year, mcUfdlng
the tSEG's leading runner, i John
NOTICE OF HEARING BY
TOWNSHIP PLANNING COMMISSION
FOR THE ADOPTION OF AMENDMENTS
TO THE LYNDON TOWNSHIP ZONING
ORDINANCE AND REZONING
OF PRpPE|triE^^^^^^^^
But don't waste timet wlw
anything less th^n 8\iM
Boy qualify, inside or oiit,
Dutch Boy j^alnf f l n l ^ l l
give you the best jobs money
can buy. Over 20¾ years of
paint making experience go
Into eyery can o^ every pr6cl»
uct. Make something beaii.
iiiiii today—witK Dutch Boy
ratnt.
WaVne-fe'tf heifer was
ready for breeding earlier,
ciaiV^d §ar]ierf p'rp'duced
milk 3, rrjbrifhs egiftter.
^ n d 2½ V^ars later,
shoWecia profit differencel-dV&f twin slstel* of
$164.251,
„ Better stop ft
FORD^S BATTERED IDEA, the Grass Lake Funny Ca>
which annually makes the rounds of fairs around the state, cavorted
its way through Saturday^ fair parade, perforrhirig everything
short of an absolute somersault for the adoring fans.
^$k& Country team
HANDSOMELY—
At Wayne Research Farni
twin.^-dpY-old heifers'
w^prVtest. t ,,
One Was fed Wayne
palfnip rnecitcated rioncerestl niillc repjacer fol\$$0 by Wa:yne Calf
Crunch. The other: wt^ole
. rnilk,-haV, grain, soybean
•m
•SHARON KROPF and her reserve grand champion, pony,
Tammy, manage winning smiles for the inquiring photographer
after receiving the title in Saturday's horse show, at; the fair.
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Grow'Em Right!
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YOUNGEST JjXrtlBlTOR of t h e Chelsea Community Fair
^as.SteVje Kdezer; three years old, who h>re toddies over to see
what his; exhibit's up to. Steve's entry took seventh place in a field
of nine, but hjs ; father, Ed, was undaunted for his son: "You gotta*
:s\taft'spine^here.''
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We can insloll your
Bruner automatic .
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k^F
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living expenses
(elsewhere)
while they repair
your home?
water, conditioner on
.^hort .notice...'so you
<an start living the
soft life
• Softer, cleaner
foundry
Most pottctes provfde tfio coverages you
expect—fire, lightning, storms, riots, vandalism
and the like. They cover the cost of repairs
due to these losses. But have you thought about
the cost of living elsewhere If your home has
to be repaired or rebuilt? It could run Into
hundreds of dollars. Or, It could be covered In
black and white In our Homeowners Policy, so we
would pay those extra living expenses! Give us a
call. We'll put your home Insurance all together ,
In one policy tor convenience and saving's sake.
• Softer, easier-tomanna,e hair
• Softer, skin and hands
• Spotless dishes and
glossware
• Pverything in your
hoi;se easier to clean
Phone us obouf
delivering your soft life}
ife better
bainer
altogether
CALQON
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CRYSTAL CLEAR CO
Phone (313) 994*4330
ANN ARBOR
1010 WING DR.
fREE WATER TEST - WATER SOFTENING SALTS
ROAD SALT - SALES O SERVICE
A. D. MAYER AGENCY, INC.
115 PARK ST., CHELSEA
BOB BARLOW, AGENT
PHONE 475-2030
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ht Jail After
The Chelaea Standard, Thursday, September 5, 1974
W&ci Sdfurday at St, Mary ChOreh
Minor Disturbance
Alici^ Marie.Young and Richard A reception for approximately
J, Foytik were married Saturday, S30 guests followed at St. Louis , A local man totik his complaints
fcug. Mf In a i p.m. ceremony In rhool. Mrs. William Balliet baked iirectly to the Municipal Building
St. Mary Catholic church by thfe the wedtiing pake, and -also Assist-. ast Friday—and eventually ended
~' ;Fi\ Oitiberto Mellare of St. id with the cutting of the pake. $ in jail.
Following a two-week weddin|! Charles Eugene* LaRoe, 525 Main
hts of the couple are Mr> rip to Florida, the couple will re- 3t„ w&s repprtedly creat»ng a
afrd Mrs. Charles A. >oiihg of ,4115 side ori Chelsea-Manchester Rd. in ninor disturbance v.In the Chelsea
i^olice Department when p^atroling
Loveiand Rd. ,-. and Mr. and Mr?. vlahchest0)r.v
Eatiiel t>, Foytik, 13425 Old US-12, The bride is a 197¾ graduate of )iflcers were called in to investi,
I f e e Hoiiie sang a number of ^jplqeai High, school ajid.' a grad- 'Me. '..
•Meetlhg
LaRoe
on
the
corner
of
sprigs pr'cir to the ceremony, uv uate df/'A)e?i:andrft Beauty College
Main
and
Middle
Sts.,
officers
eluding "For All W^e Know," and /ho, is currentiV employed 4t
"One Hand, One Heart."
^oid,en Lady •fiolise''df beauty 1'jj Questioned h}m about his activiFor, the c'ereirtbhy, the bride Ahh 4r.liqr. The brra^gitfom is a ties In the pifice, 'only to be greetwith a reportedly dlsjoihted
%se a "southern belle/' style •m .graduate, of ^ e l s e ^ High ed
•ind
disorderly argument with dfschool
wh6
is
dmployed
at
Polly's
goWn of white organdy over taf/icers
regarding whether or ijot
feta aria* wore a cathedral ypU. i?ood$.
.hey
would
give him, a rfde to the
'She carried a cascade of baby's
3xpres3Wty
or whether he would
br^ath,,and wliiHe file's with pink
fA^.y.v
Jim
a
ride
to the expressway or
andiblue carnatidns.
/h^thcj; he would hitch-hike. In, Acting as rnaid.of riojidr for her
:ould do neither, LaRoe .insisted
sister was Mary .Young, who wore
hat he would hitch-hike, wherea pink gown, with ruffled colupon he was taken -into police
lar and edging, Of flocked crepe.
custody for drunk and disorderly.
She wore a white picture hat
He - was taken to Washtenaw
with pink ribbon and carried pink,
County Jail, Where a LEIN check
blue^ arid white flowers..
revealed that he was wanted on
Bridesmaids appeared in gowns
an outstanding warrant from the
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ddniel Wilson •'
H ^ « l to "that of. the maid,of
Ann ArbPr Police, Department for
honor, except that they were blue
drunk £h'd disorderly,
>n color. Chosen bridesmaids were
, He pled holp, contendere to the
Patsy' Foytik, a sister of the bridecharge in 14th District Court
groom, and Miss Kim Fisher, Miss
Tuesday and;will be sentenced
Colle|n Salliet, Miss Kim Balliet,
Oct. 2.
and $UssJDebbie Watson, all friends
the bride.
After a wedding trip in ] Michi- Stockbridge, ban Hollowayof Uria- of Chosen
to N be, best man was
gan, nqwlyweds. Mr, and Mrs. Ro- dilla, and Dave Chfisinske of- Mu- Charles Fotyik.
a brother M the
FOUR GE^ilRATION^ QP, STANFO
bert Daniel Wilson will, dive in 'flijh.A :, ,:•••.,,:•••'''^::\ : , , . / ^ , •;.'-' bridegroom. Ushers
times not marked by such auspicious
where Ship
Chelsea.
f '
made
the Labor Day trek ^r/oss the Mackinac casions. Pictured above with the anniversary couple
listers were Russel Wilson, Foytik, a brother of the brideBj-idge not ortly to prove, they're' rdal walKeVs,, but are Mrs. Theodore (Sue) Stanford of Washington,
The couple were married Saturn brqther of the bridegroom; .'of groom, Mike and Charles Young,
JOSEPfl-McDONALD:ttr.and
(jay, Amg. 24 at 7:30 p.m. in the Stockbridge, and Gary Olson of brother-s. of the bride, Rich Dault Mrs. Robert Joseph'of 1500 Franalso to celebrate the $0th aiiniyer^ry of ithe Key. D.C,, wife\ of the couple's grandson, Theron J.
Stockbridge U h i t e d Methodist Stockbridge.
. V '-" of Detroit, and Jon Schenk df Chel- cisco Rd,, Grass Lajce, announce
Mike Conlin, Republican nom- and Mrs, George Stanford, seeond frojn left and Stanford, Sue Stanford's son, who is reportedly the
church by the Rev. p'aie Spoor and • Stephen Samonek, a cousin of sea.
the engagerrteht of their daugh- inee for the House of Represent- second from right. The Rev. Stanford, who says only one who heeds assistance on the hike across
the Rev. Richard Campbell.
For-the
ceremony,
Mrs.
Young
ter, pottle, Soe, ,to James H. Mc- atives for the 23rd District, Visited that "we always did walk ,a. lojt," repo^g that he
the, bride,;pf Manchester, was: ringbridge, and Alonzo Stanford, also of Washing. The bride is the former Mary bearer, while Jenny Wilson^ niece wore a knit floor-length dress, lime Donald,, $on of Mr. and Mrs. Har- the township board meetings for and his wife have walked the Bridge in honor of the
ton,
D^C;, the couple's son.
Jane Niehaus, daughter of Mr. and of the bridegroom, of Stockbridge, green in color, while Mrs. Foytil* old McDonald of 16621 Kilmer lylvan, Locji, Dexter, and Sharon their 50th, arid 55th anniversaries, too, along with
Mrs. John H. Niehaus of Chelsea. attended as flower girl.
wore a peach colored floor-lengtl Rd.,« Grass Lake. An October townships this, week.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr. A reception was held immediately gown.
wedding is planned.
The 23Vd b'istHct Includes jpart
TT
and Mrs. Robert W. Wilson of after the ceremony at the StockM the city of Ann Arbor, all of
Stockbridge.
Western Washtenaw cdurity, part
bridge American Legion Hall.
FEAfURINti:
, Honor attendants were Mrs. Cyn^f the city of Jacksdft, eight tpwnifhia Kemmeir,, a sister of. the brides
ihijps in, eastern Jackson cdurity
* PERSONALIZED HAIR COLORING
of Manchester, and Brad Wilson, Leroy Bristles
and Stotkb1rld|e jh ihghahi cburity.
* PRECISION STYLE CUTS
brother of the bridegroom, of
Week of Aug. 27-Sept. 3
. Richai'd Buidikprf was Wrought in 1 Nekt W k Mike #11 Ije V)|itihg
.
* BLOW WAVING
Honored Saturday
Stockbridge.
Karlen Cole pled guilty to ex-dn V.french Warrant for afeaiihg Lima Freie^dm M i Northfieid
A
rhanila
envelope
containing
' * UN I PERM WAVING SYSTEM
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Janice
ecuting an improper left turn and a traffic hazard. He changed his :ownship board meetings so he$100 Was reported missing from
Williams of Stoekbrjdge, Miss Ori 2 5 t h Anniversary was fined $16.
.Open Monday thru Saturday
may
meet
more
people
who
are
plea to guilty and Avas fined $16.
Jackie Schiller of Chelsea and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Bristle were Frank Greene, Jr., pled guilty to
Gallup-Silkworth's
Pump
&
Pantry
concerned
and
involved
in
townRonnie Poley . pled guilty to
Amy Weddon of Stockbridge, all honored Saturday with an open unnecessary noise and was fined pOssesisibh of, a defective exhaust ship government.
at 295 S. Main St. last Wednesday
friends,of the bride.
arid
was
fined
$16.
morning, Chelsea police offers re$16.
Groomsmen were Chris Collier of house at Chelsea Rod and Gun Club
-,
(Jalp
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Young
was
found
guilty
port.
•[
to celebrate their 25th wedding Olda Buttalph pled guilty to
. Arlene - Carol - Janice - Janie - Shirley
pi a induced charge of impaired
speeding and was fined $23.
Manager
John
Steele
of
Pumi>
&
anniversary.
driving and will be sentenced Oct. Mrs. Viola Knoll attended the
167 N . M A I N , CHELSEA
PHONE 475-1671
The party was given -by the George J. Coughlin changed his 2.;
15th annual Hogle reunion, Sunday, Paritry told officers that the ^1W)
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, , ' :•couple's children, Mr. and Mrs.plea to guilty of improper overAug. 25, at,the home of Mr. and was missing from a safe in the
Ronald Falcone, Miss Arlene Bris- taking on a marked curve and was EdWard^mpre iiled guilty to Mrs. Carl Brown of Parnell Rd., establishMnt whibh can; only, be
speeding and was fined $25. He Jackson. A total of 45 family memtle, and Ernest Bristle. Approxi- fined $31.
opened by a. pair of,; keys. Steele
pled
: guilty, to passing in a, n'o bers, were present. Monday Mr.
mately 200 guests attended.
Willard Hertler pled guilty to
pacing zoiie and was fined $25. and MrS. Erwin Hogle of Ann Ar- said that other envelopes containing
The couple were married Sept. 2, driving with an expired operator's
$600 that were also lodged in the
1949 in the'old St. Paul Lutheran license and will be sentenced Oct. Michael J. Stefele /did not appear bor, cousins of Mrs. Knbll, and safe were undisturbed.
Open Tuesday thru Friday
LAURA DOWNER, Owner
Formerly Tina's Beauty Salon
church on Summit St.
'•> 8. He pled guilty to driving 6n a charge ;pf drjvihg without lister Dorothea of the convent,at
9 a.m. td& p,nu !:
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anjd a bench Warrant was issued.
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up to watch the Late, Late Show. Margaret Armstrong pled guilty Frank Burnett pled nolo contendere to improper passing arid was
to speeding and was fined $31.
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Tuesday thru Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Philip Begeman pled guilty to fined $21.
Open Tues. & Thurs. evenings. Closed Monday.
Rbbe'rt Rdop pled guilty to drivspeeding and was fined $23.
If you have a question on rector chairs ,and those made of
ing
i/ith.
a
suspended
license
and
James Kirk pled guilty to failure
Home Decorating send it to. rattan and behtwood,.
to signal for a turn and was fined w£s; filled $75 ahd serit^nced to Decorating, The Chelsea StanUse bamboo shades at. the
thyee days in jail, to b$ suspended. dard, Chelsea 48118.
$21.
windows, or sheets for draperies. Plant a dozen Philodehdrdn
Deborah Vanhouten'pled guilty to : ]Rbb^rt, Asch wa> sentenced to
slips
or start a. forest with avaspeeding and was fined $35. :
g0$ irt fines, $|,f>39 in restitution,
Q. I'm a new bride, trying to
Daniel Bilick pled guilty to 60 days on the ^brk prpiram, and furnish and decorate our first codo sPeds., Consider what :a
speeding and was fined $33.
tjvii y ^ r s , probation Mr. possession home on a limited budget. What five dollar palm tree might ac'
Elaine Larosa pled guilty to of stolen property ^nder $lo5.
economical advice can you give complish.
;Settle
for
nothing
you'd':•conspeeding and was fined $33. t
me?
Bradley SeWta pied guilty to
sider ordinary. Arid never overJudith Soth pled guilty to speed- executing ar\ improper left turn
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ing and was fined $27.
and was fined $21.:
BANKAMERICARD
Edward Kariick pled guilty to '• Randall Phelps ^led guilty to two pieces that are the stuff closest friend when the cash is
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speeding and was fined $23.
speeding and was fined $21.
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chest,
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oil
paintJeffrey A. Miller was charge'd .Timdthy Williams pled guiliy to
with driving without an operator's drunk and disorderly and was fined ing or the perfect sofa. Then :
having put all your eggs in one
permit on his person. The charge $50.
was dismissed oh $50 costs.
or two baskets, let color take
Robert Wilcox and Ernest Smith Central Michigan University is over. A combination of color,
waived examination on a charge of one of three Michigan schools in wits and economy can often prounlawfully driving away an auto the Mid-Ariierican Athletic Confer- duce more satisfying results
and were bound over to circuit ence. Eastern Michigan and Wes- than a big fat bank account.
court for arraignment Sept, 6.
tern Michigan also are members of
Lean heavily on sparkling
Russell Kemp pled guilty to the MAC which includes ten major colors. Use skirted tables and
disregarding a stop sign and wascampuses in Illinois, Indiana, Ohio collect baskets for their charm
fined $16.
and Michigan, and has its head- and economy, some can be, hung
Duane Richards pled guilty to quarters at Columbus, Ohio.
on walls. Paint furniture. Get
speeding and was fined $27.
acquainted with thrift shops, gaDorothy Ortbring, Director
Billy Hayes pled guilty to perrage
sales, auctions. Explore
Telephone Your Club News
mitting an unlicensed minor to
your parents' attic. Discover diTo .475-1371.
Out tuning fork
drive and was fined $35.
movement
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Norman Cole pled guilty to inputtier
in
tune
with you
toxication in a public place and
when
you
fasten
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stunning Accutron watch
Margaret Amy pled guilty to
around her pretty wrist
speeding and was fined $29.
Charles Sherwood pled guilty to
Every style is accurate to within a minute a
creating a traffic hazard and was
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Frederick Baily JMed guilty to
speedlhg and was fined $33.
Jeanette, Hemingway pled guilty
to failure to stop an assured clear
distance and was fined $21.
Gert Moverhoff pled guilty to
speeding and was fined $31.
John Warren pled guilty to
speeding and was. fined $23.
Bobby Ford pled guilty to speeding and was fined $31.
STEAKS - ROASTS - PORK - CHICKEN
Gary Clinonsmlth pled guilty to
speeding and was fined $21.
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Fair Board and supervisors supper, Saturday, Sept; 14, 8 p.m.,
Fair Service Center. Please bring
dish to pass, own table service,
and spouse.
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VFW Auxiliary, regu.lai' business
neeting, Monday, Sept. 9, 8 p.m.
'FW Hall. All chairmen and officers are requested to be present
with notebooks for inspection. '
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Chelsea Community Farm Bqbegins bowling Friday, Sept. 6, at •eau, Thursday, Sept. 12, 8 p.nv
9 p.m. Bowlers are still needed. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cal»
, If -interested, eall the league sec? /in Clark, 15^85 W. Old US-12.
retary, at 475-7344.
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Chelsea Child Study Club, TuesModern Mothers Child Study day, Sept, 10, 7 p.m., pot-luck pic-r
Club, first meeting of the year, tic at the home of Mrs. Duane
Tuesday, Sept. 10, 6:30 p.m., Chel- Branch. Members only.
sea Greenhouses. Pot-luck dinper
to follow. •
WINNIE THE POOH & FRIENDS, includ- judging of floats in Saturday's parade. The Winnie
Town and Country Child Study
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clinic, Wednesday, Sept. 14, for leen; Eisenbeiser, 13890 Island Lake
ages 8 through 13. More informa- Rd- .
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•. VFW;. .Post No. 4076, regular nic,
Sept. 8, l p m . , Pierce
meeting, Wednesday, Sept. 11, 8 Park;Sunday,
Bring One me#t dish, one;
p.m., 105-B N. Main St,
other <|ish, and pwh^ table service,
Rogers Corners Farm Bureau,
Friday, Sept. 13, Neil Stierle home, ^ # $ 0 1 ^
Waters M , 8:30 p.m.
(Cprjtjpued fron) pagei one) '•.
American Legion and Auxiliary and visited t}je hoijie ef the owners^
hospital equipment available by wher^ ii)e; spoke ^^ohe of the jui
contacting Pat Merkel at 475-1824. •vHniles^la^er.arreSt?dj
>vho is pa*'
pAvhejryjp|-; th^s y«Bhie|e %|jh; his fath
Open meeting of Advisory Com- ffiejuvenile told^Officef Dettling
mittee on the; Status of Womeft, that
w^n'esdayn^ht'he" was out
first and third Monday of every \yith <$'lti«itt-.£arker
the other
month, 7:45 p.m., room 117A Wash- HivenUe,' but-denied'and
any
wropgtenaw County Building; cornef of
Huron and Main,.Ann Arbor';
SdtUrday the^ebnd juvenile and
his,
fath^f
appear|3 af the police
For information regarding the
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tol'ijpiHf:
a statement, in
Chelsea Co-op Nursery, call Phylwhich
"he;'saidi>
tfj4t
he and Bill
lis Muncer at 475-1751.
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Parker hadbrekgp |ne Windows
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mobile; Palmer Mptor Sales, Chel?
Friday evening at 7:30.
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Lama^e .Association' of Ann Arbor will begin classes in September The;/stqteiii;eotV of ajl three of
SANFORD AND SON^ SALVAGE, not your for mankind, was the second-place winner in the
at Chelsea Medical Clinic. If inter- the yoijth? coihei^er police reports typical float sporting paper flowers and a message adult float competiion in Sautrday's fair parade.
ested, call 761-4402.
show/|h $at 'Parkerv aw'the. juven^
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Chelsea Co-op Nursery applica- the assorted < windows, whiie the
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did no
being taken. For information, active throwing butv "drove them
. call Jearl Mull 426-8822. xaidvl2tf around town. ''.
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LEAGUE were awarded Saturday at the group's
picnic at; Pierce, Park. From left arte Curt;'llfny,
stead, second-place trophy, junior Iwys; Jfohirt/a^icf
Ann Schaffner, second place mixed doubles and
Ann Schalfner, first, y'ome«'g;single8;;$Haii''.fe*wf:'.'
ton, second, men's singles; Biff and Fran MacCollum, first, mixed doubles; and Marian Sprague,
second, women's singles. Not present, for photo
were Bob, Schafer, first, men's singles, and Dan
Hagen, first, junior boys.
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featured young ji-Hers in leprechaun-like hats.
Mrs. Clara Hulce Named Bank Branch Manager
Ann Arbor—Mrs. Clara Hulce
was today named manager of Ann
Arbor Bank and Trust Company's
downtown office, the first woman
to become a branch manager for
the largest bank in Washtenaw
county.
Mrs. Hulce, who recently completed 25 years with the bank, has
been assistant branch manager at
the main office since November
1973 and prior to that was headi
of the bank's customer assistance
department. She has also served
as an administrative assistant in
the commercial loan department of
the bank.
Born in Washtenaw county, and
a graduate of Chelsea High school,
Mrs. Hulce has lived most of her
life in the Ann Arbor area.
jGnrnBLES/
(Continued from page one)
were Chuck Moelier of the Dexter Fire Department, Donna
Brand, a Grass Lake teacher;
and the Rev. David Stiles of
North Lake United Methodist
church.
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grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
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Chelsea; maternal grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kaupp
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Second
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CHELSEA, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1974
LIBERTY, AND JUSTICE FOR ALL were the
nobly patriotic sentiments expressed by the Class
6f '?7's float in Saturday's parade, which earned
them third place in the float competition. Sbphomore class queen Wendy Smith graces the entry
just in front of the Statue of Liberty.-^
KAREN McCALLA standi proudly near the hog that she
raised to a weight of 203 pounds, which earned the title of grand
champion in last week's livestock exhibition. In the livestock sale,
the'"hog"brought $1.60'"per pound from Michigan Livestock buyer
Bill McCarty, .pictured above.
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A MOST UNUSUAL DISPLAY from these
three Indies from the Chelsea United Methodist
Home received the grand champion ribbon for the
SAIL WITH KIWANIS was the course urged
by local Kiwanians who created this third placewinning float for Saturday's competition. Atop the
Kiwanis craft is Sue Palmer, Kiwanis entry in the.
lair queen pageant.
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;;Art eight-track fcpe ^eck- was
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'lot on Aug. 23, Chelsea police reports gay.
Gary Montange, owner of the
1967 Chevrolet van from which the
tape deck was stolen, told officers
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which
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Friday, Aug. 23, to Thursday, Aug.
29.
An employee of the dealership
who began repairs oh the van at
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The Downtown Kiwanis Club of
Ann Arbor will hold its one-day
summer sale on Saturday, Sept. 7,
from 8:30 a.m. tc 3 p.m. This
event will help people outfit student rooms and apartments and
all proceeds will be used on the
39 projects that are sponsored by
this service organization.
James Morgan and Stanley
White, co-chairmen of the sale, announce that two floors will be used
to sell furniture, carpets, appliances, books, housewares, records,
cameras, antiques, etc, at the Kiwanis Activity Center, W. Washington and First Sts.
RESERVE CHAMPION INDIVIDUAL HOG was raised to
Kiwanians pick up merchandise
its prize-winning stature by Erwin Herrst, pictured above. Erwin's
the year around and their phone
reserve champion individual hog tipped the scales at 185 pounds
number is 665-0450. The larger
three-da^ sale will be held again
and sold for 80 cents per pound. It was purchased by Klink Excain February. More than $30,000
vating.
was expended on area-wide youth
lute to desired potency.
For projects during 'the past fiscal
CHILLY COCKTAIL
year.
Have you tried consomme on the another cool starter, chill cans of
rocks? For a cooling first-course, consomme thoroughly and serve
In some areas, it's so bad—
mix equal parts of consomme and jellied in bowls.
they
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WHITE SWEAT SOCKS
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Doily Hours: 8:30-11:30 a.m.; 1:00-4:00 p.m.
Evening Hours: 6:30-8:30 p.m. on Sept. 4 and Sept. 5
GYM SHOES (Black or White)
LATE REGISTRATION FEE: $5.00
Place: EXACT SCIENCE BUILDING, Huron River Campus
KRESGES WESTGATE ONLY
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NOW
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Reg. $544
Chelsea was presented a portable TV as a door prize at the
LATE REGISTRATION
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wares that just might make a name for them in and detail were backed up by talent, too. Sandra
the art world some day. At left, Mike Hardy acFrame, center, was awarded a blue ribbon for her
cepts the grand champion ribbon for his sister,
animal collection in the children's class, while
Itegina Hardy, for the most detailed and time David Parks, at right, received a blue ribbon fur
consuming exhibit, a pen and yik sketch of a
his shell collection.
house. Regina also received a blue ribbon in the
The tape deck, Realistic brand
name with stock number 12-1832, Is
valued at $79.95, Mofttange told
officers. There are no suspects in
the case.
THURS., FRI., SAT. SUN. SEPT. 4th - SEPT. 8th ONLY
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TWO TIME WINNER in the! hog sale 'vas Erwin Herrst, pictured above with his grand champion ^eu, which weighed in at
373 pounds. The hogs were sold to Wolverine Bar for 60 cents per
pound.
last Thiirsday that JtheY iterit h£$ •4' i>,rn; on Aug^. ^23Ji&icl that the
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A&K MOWER SERVICE — Lawn
mower repairs and sharpening.
Free pick up and deliv.evy and free
estimates. 2751 MoKinley ltd. Ph.
475-20iM after 5 p.m.
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KNAPP SHOES
For Cufthkon Comfort
\t\ Robbies
WANT *f» RATES
476-7282
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••.'CHELSEA
SCHOOLS
•ifpa g^iiATiar'
c*n
CheUea 4^2400
in before school starts. Brand
mt Move
hew (jus| complied) bfea#ful
FORMAL WEAR
T—rim Inside & Out
R—ough-in Only If
Y—ou Want to Finiah
country home. Carefully p|ace4 in
the foods' Adjacent to $tate land.
Complete with wall-tovwail ceilingtq-ceilini re4l wood b/urniftg fire- 3—iding Aluminum, 5'* Gutters
place. $53,900.
I—mmediate Attention
Beautiful Beautiful, Beautiful!!
D—ALE COOK & CO.
Ray H^tehihaon, 666-8901. x39tf
Weber Homes
WANTED — TV stamps. If you
would like to help a young group
CHELSEA
just starting in a gospel-singing
ministry rot* the Lord, please send
your unused stamps to us. We 1.0 ACRES-TChels"ea schools, 5-bedheed at least 3,000 books to help
roofti, family room, fireplace.
us get transportation and other 30x30 garage, capable of storing
eqyiptaeht. Send to: 3166 McKihley motor hjome.
Rd., Chelsjea. God bless you.
12
1.5 ACRESr-Cheisea area., 1-bedrobm, ©rick and frame home.
Cozy retir^ifheht horne. $22,500'.
8 . | ACRES.Chelsea schools, 6 bedroorhs, dining room, bordered by
GiOl of the Week state
property on 3 sides, blacktop
road, close to Chelsea.
10 ACRE5--Sto6kbfidge school?, 35
1969 Chevrolet Chevelle 4-dr.
minutes from Anji Arbor, 3 bedHardtop ,
rooms, dining room, plus additional
small building for storage. $27,000.
$1395
1 ACRE-^Chels^a schools, new 3-.
bedroom ranch, family room, attached 2-car garake, 1 baths, central air, immediate occupancy.
USED CARS
Possible land contract terms.
1973 OLDS Omega 2-dr. hatchback,
air cond. . . . .
. . . .-$2995 ALL BRICK T - Quality executive
ranch with lower walk-out level,
1972 OLDS Delta 88 Rpyale 4-dr. se2 to 3 bedrooms, dining el, 1½
dan, air cond., 20,000 billed
batfis, central air, fireplace. Possible land contract terms. Imme1S72 P0NTIAC Catalina 4-df. ge* diate occupancy.
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dah, air cotid
$2195
1972 FO$D Pinto 2«lr. sedan, 4- PLEASANT LAKE — 3-bedroom,
home, lakefront, famspeed
..„._
-...-$1595 ilyyear-round
room, stone fireplace, nice
1971 OLDS Delta 88 4-dr. ttardtOp, trees, fenced yard.
air cond.
_
$1995
$i9,5^)^24^droorn year-round. 6
Z97J CHEVROLET Vega hatchback
lots lakefront.
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Quality Used Cars
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Buick-Olds-Opei, Inc.
Phone 476-8664
1500 S. Main St., Chelsea
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CATERING SERVICE
Buffet only.
/ '
PEACHES
and
PEARS
Pickup Caps Gr Covers
Mon. - Tiies,,-Wed. - Fri., 8:00-5:30
Thttrs., 8:00-9:()0
For all makes and models. StanSat.; 8:00-3:30
dard and custom-designed. From
$147.00. Free brochure.
IPRAGUE
PIONEER COACH
Canning and freezing peaches,
Bartlett pears. Bring own conMANUFACTURING CO.
tainers.
8496 Pontlac Trail
Ann Arbor, 668-6785
x42tf
Sam Aiuto Orchard
M-52 and Allen Rd.
South of Manchester
Phone Clinton 4564510
x!2
GUTTERS
1975 Models
Admiral and Motorola
TVs On Display Now1
S E A M L E S S aluminum 'eavestroughs installed. White and
'
"
xl6 brown. Call Wilson Metal Shop,
ALCOA. SITING S P E C I A L I S T " - Manchester, 428-8468.
x8tf Due to m y low overhead expense
Since J938. Aluminum combinaI can give you the lowest price on
tion and regular (in colors). Wilquality
televisidn.
liam Davis. Ph. 663-6635.
x26 FOR SALE—Gas hot air furnace,
Service
on all makes also.
1973 PINTO Runabout, red, 4 speed
80,000 BTU in, 54,000 BTU out. Antenna installation
and supplies.
side pipes, m a g wheels, wide Complete with copper radiation. 4
S
a
deck
rear
£^L 'J £S
Speaker, years old. $200. 878-6382 or 426-8356.
hitch. $1,595. ,426-2315.
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PORTER'S TV
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212 Buchanan St.
Chelsea, Ph. 475-8380
15
2-BEDROOM mobile home for rent,
1½ acres of land completely
fenced in. Includes carpeting thruOut, refrigerator, stove, washer and
dryer. References required. Call
after 4, 1-498-2721. «
x!2
•4*75-2403
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regard foe
price
"WDdfcer moderate
or low.
WE ARE MAKING
LONG-TERM FARM
REAL ESTATE
LOANS '
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Chelsea, Mich.
JUILDERS
Office: 475^-2828 Model: 475-9258
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'73 CHARGER 2-dr. hardtop, 318,
auto.j p.s., •p.b.i. AM-FIVI, one
owner
_._-- .$2895
'72 DART Swinger, 225, auto.,, p.s.,
.$1995
p.b., rear defdgger
'72 VEGA station wagon, GT pkg.,
very clean . . . .
. . 1...-..$1395
'72 COMET 2-dr., 6-cyl., auto.,
p.s., low mileage, immaculate.
....:....
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$1795
•71 PONTIAC Catalina 4-dr. hardtop, V-8, auto., p.s., p.b., AMFM - . - . . ' - . , ,
..-$1395
•71 DODGE D-10Q pickup, 318,
auto., p.s., p.b
—$1695
•70 DART Swinger 2-dr. hardtop,
225, auto., p.s., one owner $1695
'69 DODGE Coronet 2-dr. hardtop,
318, auto., p.s. air cond. One
owner . . . : .
$895
•70 DUSTER Sport Coupe, 318, 3speed, good transportation $1095
'59 CHEVY • C-40 grain and stock
truck, 6-cyl.
4-speed, 12-ft.
Omaha rack. Low mileage $1095
'67 PLYMOUTH wagOn, 318, auto.,
p.s., p.b. - . : - . . - . . „
$495
4-speed ....-i-i*._"k... . 4 ^ 9 | 1 ^
'67 MERCURY
Monterey 2-dr.
hardtop, V-8, auto., p.s., Very
^ 1 BWQK Skytok 2^r.
h , A ? i a g ^ e ^ ^ a ™ u „ d ,
: "'clean-:- : v : - : • - . : . . . ' S J L . - : : L $ 6 9 5
.$1895
.,
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1970 BUICK LeSabre 2-dr. hardtop, $45,900-rl4 acres, large older home
Mechanics Specials
for
the handyman.
Dexter
air cond, . . ,
....$1595
schools.
'70 CHEVELLE 2-dr. hardtop, 350,
1969 MERCURY Cougar 2-dr. hardauto., p.s. —
$895
top . : . 1 . . , .
$1295
F R I SI N GER
1969 FORD Fairlane 2-dr. hardtop
Village
REALTORS
- —u-. T .
$495
Motor Sales, Inc.
1969 DODGE Polara wagon _ - | 4 9 5 Evenings: Chelsea 475-8681
IMPERIAL - CHRYSLER
1968 CHEVROLET station wagon;
Bob Koch
- • 426-4754
DODGE - PLYMOUTH
air cond. .
$395
George Frisinger - 475-2903
Phone 475-8661
Mary
Ann
Rickerman
475-1432
1968 fropGE Polara wagon ...$295
1185
Manchester
Rd.. Chelsea
Paul Frisinger
475-2621
Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
475-2718
1967 PQNTIAC; Executive 4 - df ; Toby Peterson
Tues. thru Fri. Until 9 Monday
hardtop ; : - . . r
$295: .Hope Bushnell
475-7180
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday
Herman Koenn
475-2613
1966 OLDS Delta 88 4-dr. hardtop
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Qenerdl Carpentry
Also Repairs
Cheisfea Ph. 475-9209
-
New and Used Cars
GAR-NETT'S
Flower & Gift Shop
Your Friendly Florist
112 E. Middle St., Chelsea
PHONE 475-1400
Orson Beemdn, Jr.
475-8863
Reynolds Sewer
Service
Chelsea, 475-2147
mi
plumbing^ Heating %
Electrical Contracting
HILLTOP
for immediate delivery
Harper Pontiac
Sales & Service
475-1306
Evenings, 475-1608
, Pride seed dealer.
Please. Call
A fine selection of
WHEAT
and PLASTERING.
Call
CLOGGED
SEWER
RENTAL SI6RVICE
We Clean Sewers Without Digging
Proma r Weddings . Special Event*
Drains Cleaned Ele<^rically
6 different colom.
FREE ESTIMATES
2^YEAR CftlARANtEB
Foster's Men's Wear
l»hone Ann Arbor NO 2-5277
21
"Sewer Cleaning Is Our Business—
Not a Sideline"
88tf
Am taking ..orders for certified
Canadian sfeed; Frederick ana
Genessee,' $7 per busftel.
WANT ADS
PATOTNG
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4«W C—-ustom Built ftomeai
O—h! We Remodel too
U—can count on us
N—0 Job Too Small
WANT ADS
1414 S. Main St. - Chelse*
The Day of the
Ugly Both Is Dead!
Yesterday's most functional of all
rooms in your house has been
ehanged in ways that five years
ago would have been impossible.
Bathroom design has exploded in
an array of dazzling colors and
materials.
SNOWMOBILE TRAILERS, t i l t
and swing, $139.95. Snowmobile
sleds, $39.95. Two-piece snowmobile
suits, regular $79.95, special $41.95.
Showmobile boots, regular $15.95,
children's, $6.95, ladies, $8.95,
men's, $9.95. Coff man's Sport
Center, 1011 Lansing Rd., Jackson. Open 9-9 daily, Sundays, 126.
x23tf
;
Come See the
Bath People!
Phone 475-2949
x45tf
Funeral Flowers
. x!2
Live in Your
Wedding
Flowers
WANTED TO RENT or rent with
option to buy—Engineer and fam- Cat Flowers (arranged or boxed)
Dream Home
Potted Flowering Plants
DALE COOK
ily (one child) desire small house
Green Plants - Corsage*
ih Chelsea area beginning ;n NoREAL ESTATE
m vember.
Impeccable references.
WE DELIVER
Please call $65-2370. Would also
building now, be in before
mt UNDER CONSTRUCTION — On 2 Start
consider duplex or large apartschool
begins, your site or ours.
ment.
-13
acres, large 3-bedroom ranch in
HILLTOP, INC.
rustic setting. Completed price,
$49,000, or buy how and finish
SMALL
CAR
Septic tanks: 600 gal,-to 2,000 gal.,
yourself. Chelsea schools.
Real
Estate
One
Hidden Lakes Builders
and drain fields, installed to
HEADQUARTERS
county code. Basements; road build5-ACRE
building
site
on
county
Chelsea, 475-9305.
Of Washtenaw
ing; trenching, 12" and oup.
Buried
road, 6 miles west of Chelsea.
x6tf
x
Phone 475-8693
oil tanks: 300, 500, and 1,000 gal.
Trucking, stone, road gravel, and
1973 MOBILE HOME, 14'x65'; 2
1196 M-52
NOW OPEN
top soil. Estimates and reasonable
bedrooms, furnished. $8,300.
Headquarters for
Chelsea, Mich. 48118 /
rates. Licensed, bonded and insurSATURDAYS, 9-6 DEXTER SCHOOLS « . 14 wooded
ed.
,
*
We Make Things Simpler
acres on Webster Church Rd. *A
REDWING
For You!
MON.-FRI.,
9-9
mile
north of N. Territorial. Land
1414 South Main
contract.
Chelsea, Mich.
WORK SHOES
& ACRES~-$9,500. 10 acres—$16,500.
475-2949 . .
, Beautiful property east Of> ChelEXTRAORDINARY 3 - bedroom
country home, plus complete sepx45tf sea, 1½ miles From E-way. Excel- A-1 Clean, Used Car
lent land contract terms.
arate living quarters for mom and Foster's Men's Wear
40tf
on two beautifully-landscaped
at low, low prices dad,
LARGE FARM HOUSE near Stockacres. Chelsea schools.
MUNITH AUCTION—100 Main St.,
' bridge and M-52 with 2 barns on
McCulloch
Munith, Mich. Auction every
3 acres. Aluminum siding, 5 bed- '73 GREMLIN X. Silver with Levi 3 ACRES overlooking Joslin Lake.
interior, air conditioning, p.s.,
Sunday, 6 p.m. Danny Fleming.
rooms, 2 baths. $35,500.
70
ft.
easement
to
lake.
7%
land
manual transmission
$2395 contract. Chelsea schools.
auctioneer.
xl2tf
Chain Saws
'- .
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ICHARMING 2-bedropm year,-rouncj '73 NOVA SS. Bright red, ; b l a c k i n WATERLOO RECREATION AREA STOCKBRIDGR, 13 acres, commerW^ SELL, SERVICE,
| home.at Sugar Loaf Lake.,.Famt e r i o r ^ V A • 3 : spe^d Jransmis- • rrrlO-acre building* (Sites, wooded
cial* on M-52. (517) 851*8144./
sion. Only . . . . . . . _
$2995 hills, ponds, rolling nieadbws,, horse
„; r...SHARPEN AND TRADE. ., * jily, .joqjrj with 25' ; fieldstdhe ,W&1,
85tfl
»
'i
:fi%pla1je,/beautifully l a l ^ a p ? d ,
trails,
backing
to
state
land,
$1,500
!tarneT"Cbbhs," 30 Varieties birds, '73 CAPRI. Green with matching
T - Carpentry wbrk, any
interior, AM-FM stereo, sun per acre. Land contract available. WANTED
'adjacent
to State land.
Chelsea Hqrdwore
type.
Charles
Romine. Pb. 475?
roof/only 2,000 miles
$2595 2-ACRE building sites, near Joslin 7474;
4-bedroom farm home on 40
8W
21tl SOLID
acres, 20 acres Woods, 1¼ rniles '73 MAZDA RX 2 Rotary engine, . Lake, $7,000. Chelsea schools. 7%
CAR & TRUCK LEASING. For
from Manchester. $67;00O.
auto, transmission, red with land contract.
details see Lyle "Chriswell at
black interior, low mileage, 10-ACRE building 'sites, flowing
BEAUTIFUL lakefroht lot, 170'
like
new.
.$2695
Wanted for
frontage, near Chelsea. Wooded,
stream on one parcel. $1,500 per Palmer Motor Sales, 475-1301. 49tf
$9,000.
acre.
Cash or 7% land contract.
'73 FORD F-100 Pick-up. Blue with
EL CAMINO CAMPER TOPS,
Preferred Buyer:
matching interior, 302 V-8, pow- 10 ACRES, horse farm, 5-bedroom
$279 and up. Coff-nan's Sport
Eveningser steering, AM radio, Explorer
Center.
Lansing .Id., Jackhome, two barns, flowing stream. son. Open1011
package
$2895
daily,
9-9, Sundays, 122- or 3-bedroom house on 2 acres.
Bob Myrmel
.475-1449
Gregory area. $49,000.
6.
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$30,000-$35,0O0.
Ed Coy
426-8235 '72 VEGA. Red with black interior,
5-BEDROOM
older
home,
shaded
Hank Klose . . . .
426-2294
4-speed, AM radio
..$1595
yard on 2.8 acres. State land
Al Kleis
475-7322
(with lake) on two boundaries.
Real Estate One
Keith Howey
4|3-048l
JOB
Paul Erickson
„475-l?48 HENDERSON FORD $28,000, or 1.8 acres for $23,000,
of Washtenaw
Tina Cotton
475-9098 Ann Arbor's Oldest Ford Dealer Chelsea schools.
Ted Picklesimer
475-8174
. Call 475-8693,
LARGE DUPLEX — Newly conOPPORTUNITY
3480 Jackson Rd., Ann Arbor
*12
evenings,
structed, air conditioned, city fa769-7900
cilities for each unit. Village of
OPEN 9 'TIL 9 MON.-FRI.
Ted Pickelsimer, 475-8174
Stockbridge. $38,900.
We have an opening for a salesSATURDAYS, 9-6
or
man who likes hard work and(
xl2
NEW HOMES
WATERLOO Recreation Area—14.5 meeting people.
Paul Erickson, 475-1748.
acres, heavy woods, blacktop
x!2
road, Munith - Stockbridge schools.
FOR SALE
$11,500, $2,000 down on land conChelsea Lumber Co.
tract.
Help
Wanted
Lanewood
THORNTON
Dial 475-1391
Subdivision
xl2
JOANN WARYWODA, BROKER
LEARN income tax preparation.
GOOD POTENTIAL in this older
Find out how you can attend the
home in Chelsea Village. Exter- !4 BEDROOMS, 2½ baths, family
School Bus Drivers
ior already in excellent condition. i room with fireplace, fully car- H&R Block Tax School free!!! This WATERLOO REALTY
Redecorate and enjoy 2 stories with peted and decorated. Ready to free offer is for Chelsea-Dexter
865 Clear Lake
area people only.
Wanted
large kitohen and 3 bedrooms. .move in.
Call
761-1280
or
write
Basement and attached garage.
A.M. or P.M. or both
Phone 475-8674
Upper 20's.
Phone Ralph Brier,
Evenings:
Call Bob Daniels
H & R Block
BEAUTIFUL LOCATION — Across
475-7647 or
Steve Suliman, salesman and lifrom Joslin Lake. 3-bedroom
475-1391 or 475-1132
304 S. Ashley, Ann Arbor
censed
builder,
475-1743
home with Franklin fireplace. 2-car
Fred Mills,
13
xl2
garage. Good lake access.
475-1377
Sue Lewe, 475-2877.
BABYSITTING in my home. Good WANTED—New members for "our
______
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references.
North
school
area.
xl2
Western Square Dance Club. LesREMODELED and aluminum sided Call 475-1603.
FEMALE
RIDER
needed
daily
to * t
13
COMPLETE
ENGINE
WORK,
sons start Sunday, Sept. 22 at the
comfortable family home with
Ann Arbor. For further informavalve jobs, brakes, tune-ups,
Lyndon Township Hall from 7 to
lots of first floor living space, as
tion,
call 475-2550, after 5:30 p.m.
emissions,
air
conditioning.
Call
9:30 p.m. First lesson free. For
well as full basement and 'A-ca\
12tf
475-2596.
14
more
information
call
475-8539.
-14
garage. 3 bedrooms.
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AT PORTAGE LAKE—Sharp 2-bedroom ranch with spacious living
area for older couple or young family. Fireplace and 2-car garage.
DAVE'S
SIDING CO.
4 BEDROOMS1 make this home a
good family choice. 1½ baths. Free estimates on aluminum sidWalk-out basement has good potening and custom trim, aluminum
tial for family/play room. Garage
and nice yard.
gutters, doors and windows.
VILLAGE — Convenience and comfort in this 3-bedroom air conditioned ranch on quiet court. 1½
baths, family room and fireplace, Call Gregory 498-2423
basement. Close to high school.
Gregory, Mich.
48tf
DEPENDABLE T R E E SERVICE—
ROBERT H.
Cutting and removing. Call 4264110.
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THORNTON
SCHNEIDERS GROCERY
CHOICE MEATS - FINE FOODS
16-OZ. CRTN. MoDONALD'S
Cottage Chese •. • .43c Smoky-Links . . 79c
12-OZ. PKG. FARMER PEET'S
Hot Dogs
12-OZ. BAG LAY'S
JR. PC
REALTOR
823 S. Main St., Chelsea 475-8628
John Pierson
475-2064
Bob Riemenschneider .... ...475-1469
Helen Lancaster
476-1198
Mark McKernan
475-8424
Bob Thornton „
476-8857
12
Tri-County Roofing
Roofing on oil size homes.
Guaranteed work,
free estimates.
Call 475-1906
16
FOR SALE—Eureka vacuum cleaner, in good condition, with bags
Piano Lessons
and attachments, $35. New book
In your home. Master's degree. Be- outfit, with full set of encyclopeginners to advanced. Special pro- dias, $350, in excellent condition,
;ram for each student. Phone 662- and a Kodak camera and case, $10.
Call 475-1453.
850 between 8-10 p.m.
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-. -13 FOR SALE—Black'naugahyde stu"
WiLLP^REpi$.,.^4eo^im dio couch, with matching swivel
xl2
dXporienced, Ph, 475-2688.
15 rocker. Call 475-2403. '
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10-OZ. PKG. ECKRICH
3-LB. BAG
69c Yellow O n i o n s . . . 39c
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MCDONALD'S Vi GAL.
Potato Chips • ' . . . 63c French Vanilla . . 99c
McDONALD'S
LAND O' LAKES
Butter • 1-lb. pkge 83c Sherbet.. V2 gal. 69c
READY-TO-BAKE
12-OZ. CANS
Ham L o a f . . lb. $1.29 Coke . . . . 8 pac $1.19
121 S. MAIN ST.
PHONE 475-7600
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Chelsea, Manchester
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Phone 761-6315
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Manchester, Mich,
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Real Estate & Builder. 878-3792.
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CAR RENTAL by the day. weekend, week or month. Full insurance coverage, low rites. Call Lyle
Chriswell at Palmer Motor Sales.
475-180¾
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FOR RENT — American Legion
Hal). $50. Call 475-1824.
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SHOES FOR REPAIR picked up
and delivered every Saturday at
Parish's Cleaners, 118 Park St.,
Chelsea, Mich,
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Septic Tanks and Drainfiolds
Back Hoe and Dozing'
LICENSED * INSURED
FRU5 ESTIMATES
TOTAL
CONSTRUCTION
SERVICES
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industrial
—Garages
—Remodeling, - Addition!
—Aluminum Siding
—Roofing
—•Trenching
Bulldozer - Backhoe
Road Work • Basement*
Trucking - Crane Work
Top Soil - Demolition
Drainfield - Septic Tank
Village
Trenching, 5" up ;
Motor Sales, Inc.
Industrial, Residential, Commercial
IMPERIAL . CHRYSLER
CALL 475-7631
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Phone 475-8661
SLOCUM
BUILDERS—House and, bam roof1185 Manchester Rd„ Chelsea
ing, all types of rbpf repairs,
aluminum storm windows a n d
Hours: 8 a.m. to.6 p.m.
CONTRACTORS
Tues. thru Fri. Until 9 Monday. doors, aluminum siding and gutters, awnings, porch enclosures,
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday
& BUILDERS
21tf garage and room additions; cement work. Call Joe Hayes for
Serving Washtenaw County
free estimates, Manchester 428For Over 20 year*
8520.
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VACUUM CLEANERS OVERWEIGHT? Lose ugly fat with
CHELSEA
the Diadex plan. Reduce excess
Phone 47^-8321 or 475-7611
Authorized Electrolux
fluids with Fluidex at Chelsea
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Drug.
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„ sales and service.
SEAMLESS ALUMINUM Eavestroughs, installed and guaran- Pine Haven Saddlery
James Cox
teed.
White and colors available.
428-2931, or 428-8680
For free estimates, call Rick Klein4684 Dexter Townhall Rd.
118 Riverside Dr., Manchester
Schmidt, R. D. Kleinsohmidt Co.,
Phone Dexter 426-4268
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Complete line of English and
FOR SALE -*• 1969 Mercury 2-dr. WANTED — Housekeeping help in
JlardtOp. Radios oower steering,
Chelsea, Thursdays ; 8:30-12:30; fVestem equipment. 10% discbunt
Vatttdmatic ^transmission, .....390)ft;en- $15.00: -Must' have own trans./Gall to all 4-H Club members*
^gine, 2 barrel, blue in color, ex- 475-7625. • *" '
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Store Hours: Mon.-Sat., 9-9
cellent running condition. 525 N. 1972 SUZUKI TS-400 for sale. Call
Sunday, 10-9
Main, just north of Chelsea on
475-7850.
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St. Ph. 475-8923.
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BICYCLES
for
sale
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GEORGE W. SWEENY Girl's Lil Chik, 20 in., single
, PLUMBING, HEATING ft
speed, for girl up td 9 years old,
HEATING
ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTING
$30; boy's fast back, 20-inch lightRobert
Shears,
Master Plumber
weight, 5-speed, $60. Both bikes in
Licensed Contractor
excellent
condition.
Call
475-7377.
Furnaces, air conditioning,
NO JOB TOO LARGE
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and sheet metal work.
OR TOO SMALL
HOME TO RENT—Responsible executive family desires to lease unfurnished 3- or 4-bedroom suburban
-20tf home. References available. Please
Sun Pool Chemicals
. call 1-846-4350 after 6 p.m.
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CERAMIC TILE — Quality work. '68 OLDS Vista Cruiser, good con1414 S. Main St., Chelsea
Reasonable prices. Call Frank dition, $750. Call 475-7424, after
475-2949
Presti, 426-2280.
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FOR SALE—1972 Harley Davidson. 4-BEDROOM, two-bath, spacious
Like new, $350. Ludwig snare
old home needs growing family.
drum. Like new. Chrome and white, $6,000 down, $190 per month. Im•,$75. Wurlitzer clarinet, $60. Ph. mediate possession. For key, (313)
Complete
M75-7489.
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NURSES AIDES WANTED—First FOR SALE—GE refrigerator, 11.6
and third shifts. Please contact
cu. ft., in excellent condition
Mrs, Dehn, 475-8633.
x!2 (manual defrost); white bathroom
CAMERO '68, V-8, automatic. Ex- wash bowl, 20"x20y2", $5; oak door,
cellent condition, low mileage. 72"x24," $2; screen for storm door,
Bumping - Painting
Ph. 475-7739.
xll 54"x24", $1; Sunbeam electric hand
mixer,
like
new,
$4;
Starflash
camWindshield
and Side Glass
SPECIAL CERAMIC tile bath. 5 x
6 x 4 . Materials and labor, $189. era, $3; Imperial Debonair camera,
Replacement
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Ph. 1-483-4615.
x2tf $4.- Phone 475-2053.
Free Pick-up & DeliveryOpen Monday Until 9
CONTACT DON KNOLL
FOR FREE ESTIMATE
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475-IM
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WAfiT ADS
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CARPENTER — Remodeling, addi- ELECTRICAL WIRING of ell
tions and home building. Ph. ^types New and rewiring. Ph. 42«.
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BUILDING
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Automotive
Rust Proofing
Cars and Trucks
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FOR REAL DOLLAR SAVINGS
be sure and see us before you
buy any new or used car. Palmer
Motor Salej>, Inc. Your Ford Dealer for over 50 years.
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Mills
Construction Co.
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Field stone mason, block and brick
mason, tuck pointing,
FREE ESTIMATES
Call 475-8026 after 3 p.m.
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H A M M O N U O R GAN 4e*cher»
wanted to teach in their own
homes. Call Grinnell Brothers. Ann
Arbor. 862-5607.
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WANT ADS
WANT ADS
Sand; Gravel and Topsoil Haulec
Phone (617) 851-8386
or (517) 851-8278
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FOR SALE—Fully carpeted, 2 bedroom mobile home,, 14x65, 1973.
Call 475-8153.
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PONY WAGON for two ponies,
double pony harness, rubber
tires. Excellent condition. Call
Grass Lake (517) 522-8863. x50tf
WANT TOrRENT—Area residents
with 1 child want 2- or 34>edroom house or apartment. Dexter.
Chelsea area. 426-3190.
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Enjoy Wildlife and
Unspoiled Beauty
2-ACRE SITES, Chelsea schools.
Inverness Country Club area.
Two private lakes, pine forest.
BUILD NOW and be in before
school begins, or buy for investment, $7,500-$14,000.
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Chelsea, 475-9305
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CARPENTER and family desire to
live on farm and work out rent.
Can do any work. Good references.
Call 699-9392.
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ROOFING, siding, aluminum gutters. Ph. 426-3185.
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CHANCE TO LEARN a job you
could do as a civilian. Or a job
a civilian could never do. Or a Job
you thought could never be done.
'AfflTbe? pVoud of it. Join tifif'rnett
and women who've joined the
Army. Call Army Opportunities.
665-3731.
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WEBER HOMES
EVINGER REAL ESTATE, Alpine
£ t , Dexter. Phone 42*8518.
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SEE US for transit mixed concrete. Klumpp Bros. Gravel Co;
Phone Chelsea 475-2530, 4920 Loveland Rd., Grass Lake, Mich. x40ti
TRAVEL TRAILERS — 13-ft. and
up; 10x55 ft trailers. John R.
Jones Trailer Sales, Gregory, Mich.
Phone 498-2655.
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PIANO TUNING, Chelsea and area.
Facilities for reconditioning and
rebuilding. Used piano sales; reconditioned grands and verticals.
E. Bpkhind^ijrtHUI^
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BABY-SITTER NEED~ED"starting
Sept. 1, in your home. School-age
children' in South school area.
LARRY DOLL
Phone Margaret Bank, 475-8259. 12
FOR RENT—Rowe Plumbing Shop,'
•jJ3L.Park St. .Call 475-1885. -12
FOR' SALE—About 50 acres reed
canary grass; about 150 oak and
hickory logs. Call 475-8469 after 6
p.m.
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1945 STUDEBAKER flatbed truck,
$100 or best offer; Simplicity twowheel garden tractor with snow
1974 Chelsea High school gradublade, $75. 426-3737.
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ROOFING — Replacement, repair ate Larry Doll was recently notiand new roofs. Fully insured, fied that he wilt be featured inthe
trained installers. For free esti- eighth annual edition of Who's Who
mates call R. D. Kleinschmidt.Co., Among American High School Stu428-8836.
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ATTENTION DEMONSTRATORSLarry, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
TOYS & GIFTS. Work now thru Donald
Doll of 17410 Heim Rd.,
December. FREE Sample Kit. No
during
his
high school years was
experience needed. Call or write
Santa's Parties, Avon, Conn. 06001, active in band, student council,
Phone 1 (203) 673-3455. ALSO forensics, Paris Trip Club during
BOOKING PARTIES.
x!5 his sophomore and junior years,
HORSE FOR SALE — Registered and acted as senior class presi' Tennessee Walker, 12 years old. dent.
475-8566.'
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A recipient of ah honorary State
of
Michigan Competitive ScholaFOR SALE — 2 Alaskan Malamute
female puppies, also 1 adult fe^ ship, Larry will attend Michigan
male, 1 adult male. Ph. 475-7635 State University this fall.
after 4 p.m.
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FOR SALE—7-drawer desk or vanity with mirror and bench; coffee table; both with dark finish.
426-4691 or 426-8860.
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PUPPIES—Part German Shepherd,
part Golden Retriever. Ph. 4757104.
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SEAMSTRESS—Dresses, suits, etc.
for wedding parties. Evenings or
dayUme, call Sheila, 475-7850. _xl3
FOR SALE—Twin bed "Holly-wood
frame with padded headboard,
like new, $80. Call 475-2553.- x!2
HAY FEEDERS—Two 14-hole solid
all-steel constructed. Excellent
condition. $150 each. Call 475-2147.
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RUMMAGE SALE^Clothes, household items, few antiques. Saturday and Sunday, 9 to 5. 7530 Jackson Rd., Ann Arbor Eagles Club.
Larry Doll in
Who's Who for
High Schools
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COUNTRY HOME — Relax overlooking acres and acres of countryside. Chelsea area, near 1-94,
lake and recreation areas, 3 bed?
PATRICIA MAE SPENCER,
roqms, 1½ ceramic baths, separate 1974 graduate of Chelsea High
dining/ tiled basement, hobby stu- school, has been awarded a $500
dio, excellent condition. Mature
^adults only, children welcome. tuition scholarship to Ohio NorthLease $345 per month. Available men! Univrsity's College of Pharimmediately. Ph. Ann Arbor 994- macy for the 1974-75 school year.
4483 or 1-375-0814.
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POODLE GROOMING and some Mrs. Herbert Spencer, 20931 IsOther breeds. Phone 475-1286. x!2 land Lake Rd.
FOR SALE—'74 John Deere snow- M i
mobile, JDX-8, snowmobile cover, two extra belts. $1050. Call 4751291.
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qcre parcels in
1-½ miles from
to $17,000 with
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great terms.
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REALTORS
475-8693
j 195 M-52, Chelsea
475-1449
By LOUIS
BURGHARDT
iSomo people seem to be endowed with a God given gift of
rare and exceptional ability. Achievements seem to come easy
for them. The majority of people have to acquire ability through
sacrifice, self'discipline, with a look, listen and learn selfanalysis - plus hard work.
In dancing, singing*, throwing a ball, or something else,
ability to do this or that varies in people. Yet, there are certain
^bnflffeV'e'veEy 'normal' human being shares' in equal amount
with everybody else. It is too often an unused ability; to underpromise - and - over-perform. How sad it is that we often see
the reverse. All of us also have the ability to get the most out
of our endowed or acquired ability, IF we would only want to
do it. No matter what the endeavor, it is not what we do but
how /we do it that cpunts. Regardless of limitations, all of us
have abundant ability to use our capacities given to us by God great or small - and use them for the good of others. Scoffers
and skeptics may not believe it, but it is a good way to find
the answer to the question of what life is all about . . » BURGHARDT FUNERAL HOME, 214 East Middle St., Chelsea, Mich.
Phone 475-1551.
SPECIALS
U. S. NO. 1 MICHIGAN
Potatoes . . . 10-lb. bag 75c
ECKRICH SMORGAS-PAC
Lunch Meat. 1-lb. pkg. $1.09
6'/ 2 -OZ. CAN CHICKEN OF THE SEA
Tuna Fish . . . . . . . . 51c
21-OZ. CAN WILDERNESS
Cherry Pie Filling . . . 56c
BANQUET BEEF, CHICKEN, TURKEY
Meat Pies . . . . . 2 for 39c
We have Howell Honey Sweet Melons
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FOOD MARKET
DIAL 475-2721
WE DELIVER
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Body Repair
Service
USED CARS
A T OUR TRIANGLE LOT
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M-52 and Old Manchester Rood
$995
$1395
$1295
Automatic
'70 MAVERICK
Automatic trans..... $1195
'68 MERCURY 2-DR.
$595
Runs real good
TRUCKS
'72 FORD F-250
$2195
/4 t o n
,
'71 FORD F-250
$1895
/4 ton
»71 PINTO Z-DR.
•74 MUSTANG II 2-DR.$JJ295 4-speed
Like new
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'71 FORD WAGON
V - 8 automatic ..
'73 MAVERICK 4-DR.
Factory air, V - 8 .......
'70 MUSTANG
•73 PINTO WAGON
New cor warranty ,
'72 FORD WAGON
Air, like new
'72 VEGA Hatchback
Only 22,00 miles ..
'72 DUSTER
Automatic, Steering
'72 FORD WAGON
Low mileage
'71 MAVERICK
One owner ....
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$2195
$2495
$2795
$1695
$1995
$1995
$1495
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'70 CHEVROLET Vx Ton$1505
Very clean
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$1995
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Motor §ales, Inc.
CHELSEA
Property available to build
your new home:
• One acre lot 2 miles East of
Chelsea near expressway.
• 120' x 100' lot on Inverness
Golf Course.
• Pine covered one acre lots,
Dexter Twp., adjacent to
State Land.
• Two acre lot 5 miles West
of Chelsea, Sylvan Township.
NEW HOME FOR SALE: Contemporary new home, just
completed. Four bedrooms, 2½
baths, Dexter Twp. $53,900,
All our property is in the Chelsea School District.
Glamour - no!
Quality - yes!
Quality has been our custom in
the Chelsea/Dexter area for
over 20 years.
Call for an appointment.
Cards of Thanks
CARD OF THANKS
We oT the Chelsea Fair kitchen
would like to take this opportunity to thank each and everyone
who donated produce, pies, cakes,
and time to the fair. We would
like to say a big thank you to
you all.
Margaret, Bonnie,
Richard, and Ethel.
Ram Day Sale
Is Saturday
At MSU Barn
Annual Ram Day and Ram
Truck, sponsored by the Michigan
Sheep Breeders Association in cooperation with Michigan State University, will be held Saturday,
Sept. 7 at the Michigan State University Beef Cattle Barn near the
corner of Bennett and Beaumont
Rds., East Lansing.
Purebred sheep breeders will
assemble more than 75 top quality
rams of the more common breeds
and offer them private treaty sale.
They will be available from 10 to
3. All rams will be inspected,
weighed, priced and penned by
breeds. This procedure makes
possible for buyers to look at a
large selection of rams from some
of the best flocks in the state
with a minimum of time and
travel.
YOU WORK HARD
FOR YOUR MONEY
IMPERIAL - CHRYSLER
DODGE - PLYMOUTH
Weber Homes
Phone 475-8661
12290 Jackson Rd.
Chelsea, Michigan
1185 Manchester Rd., Chelsea
Office: 475-2828 Model: 475-9258
Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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Tues'. thru Fri. Until .9 Monday.
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday
ARE YOU BUILDING your own
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homel Construction money availFOR SALE—2 acres in Waterloo able for residential homea. Marflax
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Area. Owner financing available. Corp., Ph. 665-6166.
Call 475-1824 or 475-2724.
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in the country by two responsible
EXPERIENCED or willing to work
carpenter help wanted. Must be working women and small child.
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conscientious. Call Dale Cook, 475- Call 475-8373, any time.
8863.
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WOLVERINE WATER SOFTENER
Werkner
Rds. Izzy Wencel.
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for sale. Take over payments.
FOR
RENT—Bachelor
apartment
Phone 475-7912, after 5 p.m. x5tf
in Chelsea. References, no pets.
FOR SALE — Indian cents, post- Call (517) 851-8301.
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cards, books, foreign coins, HESLP WANTED — Nurses aides
Australian opals, and other artineeded for nursing home. We
cles. Lawrence E. Gulnan, 1571 train you. Call 851-7700 9-5 p.m.
Sugar Loaf Lake. Call 476-2811 week days.
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SOMEONE NEEDED to sit with
or rental clean-ups, wall washing
elderly lady occasionally. Phone and fall cleaning. Ph. 475-2688. 15
475-2059, Mrs. Charles Cameron. 13 EXPERIENCED, good references,
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babysitting in my home. PreV
schoolers and infants. 18845 Bush
Rd. Ph. 475-2652.
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FOR RENT—2rbedroom apartment.
Call 475-8072.
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ODD JOB CARPENTER neededlo
do some farm work. Ph. 426-4198.
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LICENSED GENERAL
MAPLE BUNK BEDS, oak library WE SHOW HOMSS — over
CONTRACTORS
table oak dining chair, Chelsea
) 200 prospective buyer* ore
school desk. Old child's, 3x5 feet,
pool table, carpet sweeper, easel. shown homes by REO AssoAlso boys' sweaters, sizes 10 to 18;
ironing board and tire rims. 426- ciates each week.
3260.
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New Construction,
FOR SALE~-ld68 Dwfge Coronet;
RemttUltafl, Siding.
p,s. and.p.b. Call 475*8431.
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And no suit or proceedings at law or In 'Bell"Telephone Cp/?6i> c8,b,lf ^ / O / w * '
equity having been instituted to colloct the
debt secured by said Mortgage or any from MsaleAyl teMinKmtBL A ^ >y
part thereof. Now, therefore, by virtue of
D^Mav^troit, Michigan ^ u « »1^:
the powers contained In said Mortgage and
-pursuant to the Statute of the State of
• MlehlKah Naj|o%:JBaftk ., W*JV W $ '
Michigan in such case made and provided,
notice Is hereby given that on the 20th
day of September, A.D., .1974, at 10:00 Smlth7Mj?prHirschV
i»»y,u' Mirp, ilirsch, iBrody.f
iBrodftttW BweJ*'! v
o'clock in the forenoon, Local Time, said uoo FisheryBHlldlng :,^..,
' ; . « . • •.•'07
, . ; - . . ''•:•
-,
UOO FlsheivBulldlntr
:,.«'
. 0*•
•''"•>,
rnortgage will be foreclosed by. a sale aj petroU/
Mlchlgah,*«jw;•;
1*®W W
public auction to the highest bidder at the
•*!r>
west entrance to the County Building in
the City of Ann Arbor, Washtenaw, County,
iii tfi*'
Michigan, of the premises described In ' Default hkaSbeen'mide TA
"tf
said' mortgage, or so much thereof aq may of'a mortgXgti •.itwdesby
be necessary to pay the amount due. ps Rt«HT ana JUANjtTA "
aforesaid, on said Mortgage, with all legaj
costs, charges and expenses, including the
attorney fees allowed by: law, and also any
sum or sums which may be paid by the
undersigned, nqcessary to protect Its Interest in (he premises. Said premises are
situated in. the Township of Webster. County
of Washtenaw, Michigan, and are described
as follows: ,
St«tea corpora
mw%<--;':
Ij^V'f',;' ,' ; .;- J
D A T E S A N D E V E N T S FF*OM
YESTERYEARS
f i
President William McKinley was shot September 6, 1901,
Oue to a state regulation initi- $1.50, Ron Stoffer; squash (pepper) SADDLE(15 AND OVER)-lst, $6,
September 1, 1940, was the date the Nazis began the
ated this year, exhibitors at -the ^ 1st, $1.50, Rochelle Drouare; Mary Kay Harr, Grass Lake; 2nd,
London Blitz,
Chelsea Community Fair last week squash (ariy other)-1st, $1.50, $4,50, Dawn Kilpatrick, Grass Lake;
^.•".Ms m mm* *u*
On September 8, 1935, Senator Huey Long of Louisiana,
showed their wares under an ex- Jerry Hirth; watermenol—no en- 3rd, $3, Kathy Hartman, Milan,
was shot.
hibitor riymber, and not under their tries; muskmelOn *— 1st, $1.50, 4th, $1.50, Angie Snyder, ManchCalifornia became the 31st state to enter the Union on
riames, as in the past.
Sherle Stofflet; slicing onions—1st, ester.
September 9,1850.
Because of this regulation, in $1.50, Diane Ottoman; green onions
September 10, 1898, was the date the Empress Elizabeth
HORSEMANSHIP, 14 YARS
seine categories it was extremely — no entries; red peppers — no AND UNDER-lst, $6, Patty CarlOf Austria-Hungary was assassinated,
difficult to obtain a complete list entries; green peppers—1st, $1.50, son, Manchester; 2nd, $4.50, Rita
of winners, although such lists Greg Haist; hot peppers—1st, $1.50, Drouare, Grass Lake; 3rd, $3, Tina
Robert Robbins; pickling cucum- Annabelle, Stockbridge, 4th, $1.50,
Ph. 313-475-8066
ber^-lst, $1.50, Kirk. Van Natter; Robin Knepper, Ann Arbor.
slicing cucumbers—1st, $1.50, Tresa
HORSEMANSHIP, 15 AND OVER
fjotj>Ht|tfa complete premium list, Wahl; gourds^-lst, $1.50, Pam Stof- —1st, $6, Bill Tite; 2nd, $4.50,
as has been done; in past years. ler; carrots—1st, $1.50, Eric Stof' Kathy Hartman, Milan, ,3rd, $3,
iwm& the pinners and-or grand let; eggplant—1st, $1.50, Ron Stofv Angie Snyder, Manchester; 4th, $1.PHOTOGRAPHER
charjipibns In various categories Prouare, radishes—1st, Robt. Rob- 50, Dawn Kilpatrick, Grass Lake.
ire listed here where complete pre- bins; lima beans—1st, Robert Rob507 Wellington St.
ENGLISH PLEASURE-lst, $6,
bins; string green or yellow beans
rhiunnis ar^6 not available.
Bill
Tite,
Chelsea;
2nd,
$4.50,
Linda
Chelsea, Mich. 48118
FLOWERS 'h grand champion —1st, Mardi Heller; cauliflower— Carlson; 3rd, $3, Julie Tite, Chel1st,
Robert
Robbins;
broccoli
(one
flower, >|ary Hoskins;; grand chamI
bunch)—l^t, Kurt Eisenbeiser; lar- sea; 4th, $1.50, Angie Snyder, Manfelon
^Ut^pwers;
Jeff
Halst;
gr^nd
*SKlS«f.-/'irtt&fiirtfcti. y iiidj
•
gest pumpkin—no entries; largest chester.
MA Forms ftiiy^ be obta ned cnarri|j[p|i[' artistic arrangement/ B. watermelon—no entries; walnuts—
ENGLISH
EQUITATION-lst,
$6,
.lSi> Feitis; grand champion plant,
WEDDINGS - PORTRAITS
1st, Elizabeth Drouare; hickory Bill Tite; 2nd, $4.50, Julie Tite;
|4|Mmi,Uftie.'- AU ribbons.
CHILDREN
huts—-let, Sue Heller; most unus- 3rd, $3, Angie Snyder, Manchester;
M S t f S ^- Best of show, Site ijal crop—1st, Tresa Wahl; sun- 4th, $1.50, Robin Knepper, Ann ArINDUSTRIAL - COMMERCIAL
Wfgk^ne^ trophy. , Best of heav/y flower display—1st, Braht Snyder; bor, •
«CYpK
NATURALIST - SPORTS
r J
burni, Sue Waggoner; best Of light farm products exhibits by groups
.
.
.
mm^mmrkm
PQLITA.N
.S,
b
ENGLISH
JUMPING1st,
$6,
The East 200.Feet of the West 700 feet
- - ^ . $ " ^ ^ssffiiment flat#d
wm- •< . .,
b r e m Pat^tnitK.
•-ho, entries'. .
of the South 590 feet of the .following state
Linda Carlson,; Manchester, 2nd,
peegmber^i?,'
.1970,%&,jwqorillefl
.'.oft JMcorporati6tj
L by • an 5_S?(i?l#nt
^FOP^TRY^ham^ioh duck, Bob
described parcel: part of the Northwest UM£:V 1971. % um^W
pfA:'M'.
$1.50,
Cathy Corriett, Dexter, 3rd,
BEEF CATTLE . - Rate of gain,
fractional U of Section 7, Town 1 South; Waihteriaw County ij^ecor^s, (MieWgart, *> h d i ' ^ l t , W^'He re- Teffy reserve champion duck, Bob
Range 5 East, Webster Township', Wash- which mortgage" tljerfl>l*:
$3,
Dan
Muhlig, Dexter; 4th, $1.50,
Call After 6 p.m.
qltlint&w
i-'itM'T^ pfopc^ajji are to Teftij chapijpiori goose, Karl Wilde; steer club, trophy, Debbie Clark;
tenaw County, Michigan, described, fls: due at the, date hereon% wmi9J j S f
Angie
Snyder,
Manchester.
grand
champion,
Gary
Thornton,
• n i P ^ M - p . r n . , ' : >hjirsday. re|e'jrve champiohfeoOse,Mark StaBeginning at the North % post; thence TY THOUSAND | i M : HPNRHEO. W
West 226,50 feet along the North Section
,:'M
L , : . , pjsh; champion pigeon, Francis robbon; David Trinkle, reserve GRAND CHAMPION - Ribbon
line; thence deflecting 71*3S'30" 16ft TY six AND
^/m.mim;m,m(ri}i
.„,...., M&lfc..-'
, ,.„j*inr M.
piwribiria
1436.60 feet; thence deflecting. 15»27'
Cpiiser/Jo; -reserve champion pigeon, charnpi0n, ribbon. Showmanship, and trophy, Kathy Hartman, Milan.
right 465,10'feet; thence deflecting 55T15' including .[jiteres* ;at ' M A i i wca /
Under,
the power nptlcft:
of i BaM<'conujhe4
Tirh] BousHilr; champion batitam, trophy, Jane Sias.
RESERVE CHAMPION- Kathy
right 393,50 feet! thence deflecting 90'09' maie
••a.mf,pfAvf^edj
is :-h#WBOlwji I
said mortgage
,lelt to the Southwest corner of the East that.
s4ld ^ ^ 1 ^and
1 1mi
/ , . Istattftfe\mi-mn:''t
1 ^ - : 1 0 ^ 1 ^ 1 W * f ^ p e > a t | r e / %>y,H|^tric«l/..' ,' -.'.•",
Robert ^ g j a s s ; reserve cham- DAIRY CATTLE^- Holstien, Ju- Hartman, ribbon, Milan.
<
« ^ * &
! $ } & $ pr,
ViAdf the said Northwest fractional % a ade
sa;leqf.
the':; mortgaged
pVe'tfiliwi,
: an4 #£yj&d/
thence East along the East-West % line some p*rf of th.em, ft pMbllc^ V«nwer 4K "f/piefMining -»ei«ra;te prpltoSajis are to' ^lohlbanta'ifii tyie Jones; cham^l* nior champion,. Robin Knepper, PONIESBETTER
BUILT
(Walsh Road) to the center of thei. Sec- the Huro^ si, I n t f a r ^ fo' the W^*t>pa;w
0n,'|ka|id^ird» BOB teft; reserve Ann Arbor; senior champion, Mike
SUCKLING COLT-lst, $4.50,
'tlon; thence' North to' the Point of be- County Building: in Ann Arl^or, MiehJp»n>\
Advises
$4rnpioh
^andatds,
Bob
teft;
Kosminski,
Chelsea;
dairy
cattle,
Tanja
Shields, Detroit.
ginning, Section 7, Webster Township, at ,10:flO ^ o'clock l*.tn., t f^ocat Time," pn
Washtenaw County, Michigan.
SeWemheV- ,28, 19k/; • '.<v •:., •• ^ ;T.-4
champion ornamental, Deborah Jersey champion, Jane Biehn,
PONY
COLTS
UNDER
2
YEARS
N O W is the time to Build!
During the six (6) months immediately
SmfB!^'A9Si£!bSK Harrison:, reserve champioh OThi- CANNING—champion ribbon .for No entries.
Sa|d "prem|B<|»,arlj situated In the To^i-:
following, the sale, the property may be ship . 0f ypjljahtl, Washtenaw (Jown^y,;(
/ «e«Weijt • liPprJng; w Cfc., Ch»lK and
redeemed,
'
• POLE BUILDING CONTRACTORS
Michigan, -and., are described •#$; •.-,. •• )
PONY COXTS UNDER 2 YEARS
,t Jm,', p».iTofleH to-rtltiOh's; EE. mehtal, wjlllarri Miller; champion most deserving canning item—ArLot .4[0, GROVE /PARK :SUBPlVlSl(ON.
Dated: July SI, 1974.
iM>artltlons;'Ff. CarMfog; OG^fm-- bird.oi shdw, Robert Teft; rOserve
(YEARLING)
HALTER
1st,
• CEMENT CONTRACTORS
Ypftllanti Township, Washtenaw, County,
lehe Graiu, tomato juice; state fair
!
;
MICHIGAN NATIONAL BANK
Michigan; according W the- Flat thereof): C t#w > ? coW^ 9t ; w>fk -for-', each proposal champion bird(of show, Mark Sta- ribbon, Jeannette Ehhis, Dexter.
$4.50,
Pam
Klapperich,
Ann
Arbor;
OF DETROIT
• BANK FINANCING AVAILABLE
as recorded; in Liber 7 of PWw,' Page HJMBte jpM«f-WW»fl In the Mhtra'ctdobu-j 6Nhj chartiplo^ youth, Mike StaJoseph Shulman
W m ; - - » M r V t « Bid* .m >rii*|KeSt# foi^
2nd, $3, Sharon Kropf; 3rd, $1.50,
21, WaShtfehaw Cqunty Records' •'•••••''•<>:?/,::•: eag^rc-iect
Attorney for Mortgagee
SENIOR
BAKED
GOODS-Cham•
IMMEDIATE CONSTRUCTION
and:als6
combined
bids
will
During; the S|* months- Immediately, falpish; reserve eha^riiplOri youth, Mi- pioh ribbon for most deserving Cynthia Broderick; 4th, Tina Carl1855 Guardian BIdg.
lowing
the
sale,;
the
property
may
b6
r^*
Detroit, Mich. 48226
•...'.
• FARM - COMMERCIAL - RESIDENTIAL
^%m&if%i)
sublnltte^ &' SedM '^nvei cnfeit6; H^I'lhet;..'
'' ''''.' . .; ",-,•;
Phone ,963-9616.
Aug. 8-15-22-29-Sept, 5 derfrted. ,•; '•'.•/. .-•
baked item —Jean Tilt, Dexter; son, $1, Manchester.
ffjmSirked as; sealed bjds for work of
Date^: Augys'f 22, 1974. V .... / >
SHOWMANSHIP — Trophy, Cyn^ SHEEPf^Suffolk champion ewe, state fair ribbon, Sherle Stofflet,
TRADE SATISFIED CUSTOMER REFERENCES AVAILABLE
'•^»»t>««»»>» ' V ,
'..
• • •
' METBOPOUTAN SAVINGS
MORTOAOS SAI^K
thia Broderick. /
ASSOCIATION
"'
\
Pah Orau; Suffolk showmanship ribbon.
Default having been made In the terms
1
¾
^
v^ducati^
re^e/Ves,
thej
Our Reputation Speaks for Itself!
assignee of Mortgagee.
r
and conditions of. a .certain mortgage, made
PONY WALK,, TROT (AGE 10
ewe, %tm Grau.; Other breeds — JUNIOR BAKED GOODS—Cham' . -V . ':.,-,"
We
ore
the largest independent builder of pole buildings '
by JOHN A. SPANtfOS and CATHER- Gedrge E. Karl
>
Champion ewe, Sue Heller. Other pion ribbon for most deserving AND UNDER)—1st, $4.50, ^Laura
INE SPANNOS, his wife, of the City of 1475 Penobscot Bldg,.>,
in Michigan.
.' . U
NorthylUe, Washtenaw County, Michigan, Detroit, Michigan 48226.
breeds—Champion ram, Sue' Hel- baked item — Holly Hoffmeyer; Geer, Dexter; 2nd, $3, Debbie InAug. 22-29-Sept.-5-12:1?
Mortgagors, to Michigan National Banfc '!
' '' '"' ' ^ V i
Call Me Direct—I Will Service You Personally
ler; jfrYfirket lambs, champion pen, state, fair'ribbon, Denise Robbins galls, Coldwater, 3rd, $1.50, Steve
West Metro, a' National Banking Associa, NOTICK B V I -pfii^tifii
CLAIMINQ
tloh of Livbnia,/Mlehigan, Mortgaged, dated
Kropf;
4th,
$1,
Stanley
Kuebier,
DICK DIEBLER, Owner
Phone Mason (517) 676-2732/
Steve Grau; market lambs, cham- and Beth Heller.
the 11th day-'of Juno, A.D., 1973; and reTITLE UNDER TAX DEED* >
pion single, Steve Grau; Corriedale CLOTHING, SENIOR-Champion Manchester.
corded in the office of the Register of
• (Revised 1965) ,
Deeds, for the County of Washtenaw and To the rtwne'r or Oii-riers or any Arid All
PONY UNDER SADDLE (WESchampion; Robert Beaudoin; cham- ribbon for most deserving clothState of Michigan, on the 26th day of June,
Interests In, or Mens upon the Lands
TERN
i PLEASURE) - 1st, $4.50,
pion
wool,
Kris
Breuninger.
A.D„ 1973, jn Liber 1444 of Washtenaw
ing—Suzanne Van Natter, Dexter;
hernia described:
^fJW^nt
County Records, on page 277, oh which
Chris
Ford;
2nd, Sharon Kropf;
TAKE
'
NOTICE,
{hat
tlale
lias
be|h
),
ANTIQUES—
Pottery,
1st,
Doris
L
(
State Fair Ribbon, Sharon Vanmortgage there is claimed to be due, at lawfully, made of the. following described
3rd, $1.50, Tina Carlson, ManchesFuhrmihn, Grass Lake, jardinerO; Natter N
the date of this notice, for principal and land for unpaid taxes thereon, arid that
Interest, the.sum of Six Thousand Twenty- the undersigned < has- title thereto ifnitr
.toys, 1st, Jackie Riethmiller, Grass Cl&TfclNG, JUNiOR-Champion ter; 4th, $1, Gerald Ratzlaff, Grass
Two' and 92/100 Dollars ($6,022.92).
tax deed or deeds Issued therefor, and that
Laker toy slide projector. Clothing, ribbon for most deserving clothing T olrg
No Suit or proceedings at law or In you are entitled ;to a.recohyeyante thereof,
,,irv m, city, OL'
equity having been institutep to recover' at any time withtn-6 jnontlys after /return
GRAND CHAMPION - Ribbon
1st, Amelia Bonne, nightgown and item —Beth Bush, Chelsea; state
the debt secured by said mortgage or any of service of this notice, upon'iwymeht \o
and
trophy, Pam Klapperich, Ann
cap.
Pruits,
1st,
Jackie
Riethmiipart thereof. Now, therefore, by virtue the undersigned or to the Register in Chanfair ribbon, Nancy Heller, Chelsea.
of the power of sale contained in said cery of the Go'urity in which' the' lands l(e,
Arbor.
ler,
Lord's
Prayer.
Woodenware,
HOUSEHOLD FURNlSHINGSuuiiij. ui, YYiiu.il
m e imiuo *K.
nc,
-•••««*«><-**—i*
mortgage, and pursuant to the statute of of all sums paid"*""
RESERVE CHAMPION — Rib1st, Amelia Bohne, bowl; Folk Art, ChampiOn ribbon for most deserv
upon S\ich purchase, tothe State of Michigan In such case made getherwlth 50IB|d
pa
per centum
additional
there-,
and provided, notice is he'reby1 given that to, 'and the fees
bon,
Sharon Kropf. cruclflfc;.
set.\,
Miscellaneous,
1st,
.
.
.
.
_
.
_
Champion ribbon for most de^
fees of
of the
Sheriff or,
for. this
the
on Thursday, the 26th day of September,
or cost
publication
SWINE—Individual
Market Hog,
Jennie
Waf?,
family
album.
China,
A.D. 1974, at 10:00 o'clock a.m., Local Time, service,
serving item, Mrs. Shirley Mcto be computed as upon personal
said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale notice,
$4.50,
Karen
McCalla,
Manchester;
1st,
Jean
Wisecup,
large
covered
service
of
a
declaration
•
as
'commenceNaught, Piribkney; fair state ribat public auction, to the highest bidder, ment of suit, and the further sum;of fly*
pitcher. Fijiffiiture, 1st, Amelia bon, Lorraine Benedict, Dexter; pen of three market hogs—1st, $4.-,
at the west entrance of the Washtenaw dollars, for each description Without ;other
County Building in the City of Ann Arbor. additional cost or charges.. If payment As
Hess, Grass 'Lake, high chair. Me- B; Torrice, Marie Colombo, and 50, Erwin Herrst; grand champion
tml/Order, &,„.,, COM
Washtenaw County, Michigan (that being aforesaid
is
not
made,
the
undersigned
boar—Kirk Fiegel, Ann Arbor; retals, 1st, Mildred Fish, bullet- Emma Clark, Grass Lake.
the building where the Circuit Court for will Institute Proceedings for possession
Calves get growing and gat; ,;
^.
.
,
.
thfj
ieilef
demanded
In
the.
the County of Washtenaw is held), of the of the land. , ,
;
serve
champion
boar—Duane
Fie
maker.
Firearms,
1st,
Beverly
Ditt.
•
i
'.
.
•
,
ip -. ',:'...; GomWalnt filc^ If) this Court,
HOME FURNISHINGS, OTHER
premises described In said mortgage, or
ing faster, on our balanced^
Description of I-an4
Ditxt
iriar, pistol. Jewelry, 1st, Markei- CRAFT ARTICLE-State fair rib- Ann Arbor; grand champion s o w so much thereof as may be necessary to
fortified Calf Feed . . . enpay the amount due, as aforesaid, on
State of Michigan, County of^Washta Satterthwaite, watch. Glass- bon, Diane Ottoman; champion rib- Scott Powers, Chelsea; reserve
said mortgage, with the Interest disclosed
tenaw,'Sec, 9 Town 25, Range 7E, Com . Rftdemacher A,'irfcLiiugHUh
champion
sow—Kirk
Fiegel.
ware,
1st,
J£an
Wisecup,
art
glass
riched with needed vitamin%
In the obligations which said mortgage
at SE corner of section, thence North
bon for most deserving item, BarBy; D*vld p . ; MSi'oghTin
secures, and all legal costs, charges.and
2031.9 feet In East line .Of section,,
triay.
Cliina
(painted),
lst^
Jeanne
bara 'Hinderer; grand champion
minerals.
expenses, including the attorney fees. allow-i-| thence.- North 8d?55*4W,.','W&t, 1335.&V|
Scripter, child's creamer and sug- ribbon to top exhibit in home ec- HIGH HEAT RUINS MEAT
cd by law, and also any sum or sums
fpet, thence South'-'00*03'$* EaSt 3¾:.
>,8ast
MMdW
a
i
e
e
t
:
••
which may be paid by the undersigned,
feet to South line,of Prospect Road for. .
ar. ' Metals (household), 1st, Amel- onomics department, Suzanne VanUse the coals, not the- fire, \o
necessary to protect its interest in the
a place of beginning, thence^So. O^OS'SO* i
ia
Bohne,
kettle;
Textiles,
1st,
cook
meat on an outdoor. grill.
in
Natter, Dexter; champion homecopy: •, '
,.-•
Fletcher Piatt, bedspread.
Broiling
at low to moderate tem=1 Tttle
riiakef plaque, Arlefte Grau.
pAyid C. Me^Liughlmi Attortey,
Sepf.' 5-12.19-26
perature
makes for juicier and
HORSES-Division V Complete feeding rations for
more
tender
meat. It also means
.•..•/>/\~k iSTAVB' OF : SlfCrtl^AN
• . *J
SUCKLING
COLT—1st,
$6,
Kathy
AGRICULTURE-Yellow
dent
all your livestock, poultry.
The' Probate Court for the County, of
more meat to serve and enjoy
. Washtenaw.
lstj, $}.50, Bruce Bruninger; anoth- Hartmari, Milan; 2nd, $4.50, Bill since high temperatures increase
A /V, .^,,-.-,), . FIle/iNtf. ,62650 . . . . . ;'A;
:: JJHUOis'oi FLORENCE,R. flOfiHMi.De- er; .-'qe'ht (white-re^d)^no entHes; Tite, Chelsea; 3rd, $3, Tina Carl- cooking losses. It is important to
hybrW-nlst, $1,.50, Matt Grau; stalk son, Manchester; 4th, Debbie Pat- let the charcoal burn until covered
corn—1st, $1.50, HOward Sias; pop- terson, Tipton.
WASHED SAND& STONE:^ ROADeRAVEli /". '^
with a gray ash (30 to 45 minYEARLING COLT—1st, $6, Kathy utes) before. putting steak, chops
corn display—-1st, $1.50, Scott Otto;
LIMESTONE
oats ^- »lst, $1.50, Mark Lesser; Hartman, Milan; 2nd, $4.50, Robin or burgers on the grill, If coals
wheat—1st,
$1.50;, Laurie Heller; Knepper, Ann Arbor; 3rd, $3, Linda are spaced about a half inch apart
Rite-Way Mixers
rye^-lst,, $1.50^ ^ark Lesser; po- Carlson, Manchester; 4th, $1.50, and in a singe! layer, flare-up is
PHONE 475-1777
tatoes, late peck—1st, $1.50, Sherle Garald Ratzloff, Grass Lake.
reduced.
.r estate' Stdfflet} ^ i ^ e s , early peck—1st,
ARAB HALTER, 1st, $6, Kathy
fhni; „
$1.50, Naihcfy Heller; potatoes, early Hartman, Milan; 2nd, $4.50, Felicia
jilate of five^ist; ^1.50, Pam stof- Kuebier, Manchester; 3rd, $3, Patty
6991 CHELSEA-MANCHESTER RD.# MANCHESTER
" ^ • - " " r i / a Ktarlhg fer; potd'td ctfsplay — 1st, $1.50, Carlson, Manchester; 4th, $1.50,
• .
.ii.il l,i i. i ) i*~**m6*mimm—^^mm*immmk+i*
heirs at law Sherle Stdfflet; legume seed dis- Linda Carlson, Manchester,
M,jW,ftea»eo*,
play—n6 eritries; soybean (one qt.) 2-YEAR-OLD MARE—1st, $6, Fe
Uifdaims
agiffisf^MvStfitfj^ust —1st, $1.50,; Mark Lesser; buck- licia Kuebier, Manchester.
(ohe qy-^no entries; sweet
2-YEAR-OLD GELDING,-lst, $6,
tmrn At ao2 Gmtie Mmf; wpkv?, wheat
HloKlgari,and.-J -MvfflW? Aftrf
WJfflk corn—1st, $1.50, Jeff Sailyer; apple Kathy Hartman, Mjlan;
briJt)hefdre Obtohir » , 1»4,
display—1st, $3, Robert Schlupe; 3-YEAR-AND-OLDER MARE-lst
.r/ot|c>. ^.fufiher k\m tliat the' fesfate
mil.W-«Rslgi)^d'to; pfwons entltle4 thereto'. best plate of. five (any variety)— $6, Angie Snyder, Manchester; 2nd,
1st,'-$i.sp, L. McCalla; peach dis- $4.50, Susan Ford; 3rd, $3, Rod
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home unless you ask for a Williamson
$1.5^), S#e Heller; yellow fofnato— Denise Kilpatrick, Grass Lake.
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mining the installation best suited for
squash, (yellow crookheck or sum- 1st, $6, Robin Knepper, Ann Arbor;
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sqtiash (biitterniit)—1st, $1.50, Ro- Lake; 3rd, $3, Pauline Kuebier,
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FIRST UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
The Rev. Cliye Dicklns, Pastor
"Thursday, Sept. 5—
7:30 p.m.—Board of Trustees in
the Utteral Roorn,
Sunday, Sept. &>. 9:JQ0 ^.rri.—'CHurch school.
10:00 a.m.—worshlp service
#Uy Day for the" entire family*
bn<3ay/Sept' fc*?.
> .' &;00 p,m,^CouhQli 6n Ministries
in tH^ Educational Unit.
Wednesday, Sept. Ii—
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&;00 p,mi--Sehi6r Choir.
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ANY TYPE, SIZE OR STYLE
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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
(United Church of Christ)
The Rev. Carl Schwann, Pastor
Thursday, Sept. 5—
7:00 p.m.—Sunday school teachers, meeting at the church.
Sunday, Sept. 8-^
lp:O0 9.m.—Sunday school.
U:00 aim.—Worship service. Pro*
motion/Sunday., -
ST» PAUL
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
The Rev. John Rinehart
Interim Pastor
Saturday, Sept, 7—
10:00 a.m,-3:00 p.m.— Church
school teachers workshpp. __
Sunday, Sept. 8—
. Winter hours begin.
9:00 a.m.—Church school.
10:30 a.m. — Worship service.
Stepping Stpnes promotion Sunday.
Family poMuck foliovving worship service*
Monday, Sept. 9—
7:30 p.m.—Nominating Committee.
7:30 p.m.—Spiritual Life.
Tuesday, Sept, 10—
7:30. p.m.—Women's Fellowship
7:30 p.m. — Couples Club at
SChardein home. '
Monday, Sept.vh~
7:00 p,m.—Tfustees,
7:00 p.m.-:D4acQns.,
8:00 p;m.«-C|»r^tian Education.
ZION,LUTHERAN CHMRCH
Wednesday, Sept. 11—
Cornpr of Fletcher, Waters Rds.
1:00 p.|rt.—Rachel Chapter at the
The Rev. John R. Morris, Pastor chufch.
Saturday, Sept. 7
thursday, Sept. 1 2 ^
7:30 pirn—Choral music program
0:00 a.m.-r-Eighth and ninth
organizational meeting at t h e
grade youth clashes resume.
church.
Wednesday, Sept. 11—
S U T I % , sept. $—
7:00 p.m.High school Choir.
$:00 a.m.—Sunday school.
8:15 p.m.^-Cnahcel Choir.
• . . V . S t teNAJAg .;
10:15 a.m.—Worship service.
Thursday,
Sept. 12—
BPIS^OP^L C=!*WRGH
2:00 p.pt.—Luther, League.
9:30
a.m.~XY£'s
fall brunch.
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1:30
p.m.—Prayer
Group.
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Walton
Fitch,
Vicar
7:15 p.m.—Junior Choir resurnes.
Telephone 426-8815
8:00 p.m.—Senior Choir resumes.
ST. l^ARY CATHOWC Cr|URCH
\ Tuesday, Sept, 10—
Evfciry Sunday—
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. 7:30 p.m,—Evangelism Commit- 9:15 a.m.V-Hdly Communion, first ffoe Rev. Fr, £aVid $%ilifr Dupuls
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third, and fifth Sundays.
Wednesday, Sept. U—
9:15 a.m.—Morning Prayer, sec- Mass Schedule
Every Saturday—
; 8:00 p.m.,—Church Council.
ond and fourth Sundays.
4:00-5:00 p.m.—Confessions.
9:30. a.m.—Sunday school.
7:00 p.m.—Ma,ss.
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
10:15 a.m.—Choir rehearsal.
Immediately after 7 p.m. M a s s The Rev. Thode B. Thodeson
Confession.
Pastor
ST. JOHN'S
Every, Sunday—
(UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST) Every Sundayr9:45. a.m.—Sunday school.
Winter schedule
Rogers Corners
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11:00 a.m.—Worship service.
8:00, 10:00, 12:00 noon,—Mass.
The Rev. Richard Campbell, Pastor
6:00 p.m.—Youth service.
Summer schedule
Every Sunday-*
7;00 p.m.—Evangelistic service.
7:00, 9:00,' 11:00 a.m.—Mass.
10:00 a.m.—Sunday school.
Every Tuesday.
11:00 a.m.—Worship service.
CHELSEA BAPTIST CHURCH
9:30 p.m.—Ladies Bible study.
377 Wilkinson St.
Every Wednesday—
WATERLOO
The Rev. James Stacey, Pastor
7:00 p.m.—Midweek services.
FIRST UNITED METHODIST
EVery Sunday— .
Parks and Territorial Rds.
BETHEL EVANGELICAL AND The Rev. Altha Barnes, Pastor
9:45 a.m.—Sunday school.
REFORMED CHURCH
Every Sunday—
11:00 a.m.—Worship service.
(Unitejd Church of Christ)
9:15 a.m.—Morning worship.
, Nursery care provided during all
Freedom Township
10:00 a.m.—Rally Day special Bi- services.
The Retf. Roman A. Reineck,
ble class, Bible prophecies and the
6:00 p.m.—Junior and Senior
ook of Revelations.
Pastor
Baptist Youth Fellowship.
10:15 a.m.—Sunday school.
Every Sufiday—
7:00 p.m.—Evening service.
10:00 a.m.—Worship service.
Every Wednesday—
CHELSEA MEDICAL CENTER
7:00 p.m.—Bible study and
Every Other Wednesday—
IMMAN:UEL BIBLE CHURCH
prayer
meeting.
1:30 p.m.—Worship service.
145 E. Summit St.
The RevjLeRoy Johnscn, Pastor
OUR SAVIOR LUTHERAN
FIRST UNITED
Every SuAday—
CHURCH
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
9:45 a.m.—Sunday school, nurThe
Rev.
William
H. Keller, Pastor
Unadilla v
sery provided.
1515
S.
Main.
Chelsea
The Rev. T. H. Liang, Pastor
11:00 a.m. — Morning worship,
Every Sunday—
v
nursery provided., .
Every Sunday—
9:00 a.m.^-Sunday school.
. 7:30 p.m.—Family hour, prayer
9:45 a.m.—Sunday school.
9:00 a.m.—Adult Bible class.
meeting and Bible study.
11:00 a.m.—Worship service.
10:30 a.m.—Worship service.
First Sunday of Month—
7:00 p.m.—Communion service.
ST. THOMAS
WATERLOO VILLAGE
10:00 a.m.—Sunday school.
EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Ellsworth and Haab Rds.
8118 Washingtin St.
GREGORY fiAPTIST CHURCH
The Rev. Daniel L. Mattson,
Pastoi
The
Rev/,
Altha Barnes, Pastor
The Rev. Paul White, Pastor
SuhdkV, Septvfr- •!• * : : c :.-^ '
Every
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Every Suriday^
9il^¾¾:^Sun^alr•scIr6oT a^id
10:00
a.m.—Sunday
school,
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10:00 a.m.—Worship.
Bible class. , ,
10:.00 a.m.—Rally Day special
11:10. a.m.—Sunday school.
10:45 a.m.—Worship service.
Bible
class, Bible prosphecies and
7:00 p.m. — Evening worship
the
Book
of Revelations.
service.
CHURCH OF JESUS -CHRIST
11:15
a.m.—Worship
service.
7:30 p.m.—Thursday m i d - w e e k
OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS
service.
Meetings at
NORTH SHARON BIBLE CHURCH
St. Barnabas Episcopal Church
Sylvan and Washburne Rds.
\
20500 Old US-12
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
The
Rev. William Enslen, Pastor
SCIENTIST
Evety Sunday—
Every
Sunday—
1883 Washtenaw Ave.. Ann Arbor
11:00 a.m.-rrPriesthood meeting.
10:00
a.m.—Sunday school.
12:30 p.m.—Sunday school.
Every Sunday—
(Nursery
will be available.) Junioi
5:30 p.m.—Sacrament meeting:
10:30 a.m.—Sunday s c h o o l ,
church
classes.
morning service.
11:00 a.m.—Worship service.
ST. JACOB EVANGELICAL
6:00 p.m. — Senior- High Youth,
LUTHERAN CHURCH
BAHA'I FIRESIDE
12501 Riethmiller^ Rd., Grass Lake meeting. Youth Choir.
jgvery Thursday7:00 p.m.—Evening worship servSi 00 p.m.—At the home of Toby t h e Rev. Andrew Bloom, Pastor
ices. (Nursery available.)
Peterson, <705 % Main St. Anyone Every Sunday—
All services interpreted for the
9:00 a.m.—Worship service.
wishing to learn about the Baha'i
deaf.
10:15 a.m.—Divine services.
faith is welcome.
Every Wednesday—
7:00 p.m.—Bible study and prayer meeting. (Nursery available.)
Bus transportation available: 4287222
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PHONE 475-8141
1198 M-52
CHELSEA
Introduces the
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Monday thru Friday, 4 to 6 p.m.
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Monday — Hamburgers on* buns
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Tuesday—Chicken casserole, buttered corn," bread ahd butter, pears,
and milk.
Wednesday — Submarines with
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Friday — Macaroni and chees6,
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apple cobbler, and milk.
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Z/.LET THE BUYER BEWARE may,be a fine slogan some
times, but not when the purchase is a beauty like Steve Grau's ,
Tjrand champion lamb, which brought a whopping $4 per pound '
from Inverness Inn in the livestock sale Wednesday. From left
are Mathew and Michael Hint/zen, representing Inverness, a n d '
Steye Gran.
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FAMILY are the Grans/ who raised both the cham- left, Danny Grau, Matt/Gr^u, and Tim Grail,.while]
pion pen,:owned by Steve Gran, and the reserve
a representative from Diuble Feeds, the buyer, looks
champion pert, owned by Matt, which is pictured on. '.
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1¾ t h r o u g h 16 t o o b t a i n first h u n t i n g license.
CLASS STARTS SEPT. 9th - 7 p.m.
Register a t first class
or a t Jack & Son Barber Shop
A fee of $2.00 will be charged.
8:30 ant. to 3 p.m.
Furniture/ housewares, qf)plionces,
carpets, books, records, 'cameras,
antiquts, etc. '
There will be shooting and
handling of firearms.
KIWANIS
ACTIVITIES
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PARENTS WELCOME!
W. Washington tr First St.
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GRAND CHAMPION PEN OF LAMBS receive some careful
scrutiny from both former owner and new buyer. Steve Grau,
second from left, raised these prizewinners to their combined
weight of 257 pounds, which sold for $1.10 per pound to Wolverine
Bar. Representing: Wolverine's interest in.the picture-posing por.
tion of this transaction are Mike Merkel, left, nnd Joey Merkel,
far right, while Danny Titnkle, second from right, iends assistance.
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Telephone Your Club News
To 475-1371.
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such as meat. Our bodies need
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UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
The Rev. David Stiles, Pastor
Every. Sunday—
9:45 a.m.—Worship service.
10:15 a.m.—Sunday school. Children may leave the service at
10:15.
Every Wednesday—
4:00 p.m.—Children's Choir,
7:00 p.m.—Adult Choir.
METHODIST HOME CHAPEL
The Rev. R. L. Clemans, Pastor
Every Sunday—
8:45 a.m.—worship service.
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Francisco
The Rev. J. P . Goebel, Pastor
Every Sunday—
9:00 a.m.—Adult Bible study.
10:00 a.m.—Regular worship service and Sunday school.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
13661 Old US-12, East
David A. Rushlow
Every Sunday—
10:00 a.m.—Church school.
11:00 a.m.—Worshlp
service.
Nursery will be available.
6:00 p.m.—Worship service.
Every Wednesday—'
7:30 p.m.—Bible study.
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SALEM GROVE
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
3320 Notten Rd.
The Rev. Richard C. Stoddard,
Pastor
Every Sunday—
9:3Q a.m.—Sunday school.
10:30 a.m.—Worship service.
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Saturday's horse ,show at the
Chelsea Community Fair, always 9
opular item among horse-con
jcious residents, began bright am
jarly at 9 a.m. and continued fo
1 large pah of the day for a larg<
iield of entrants,
In Class No. 1, fitting am
showing for ponies, Lynn Word©)
OOK first, wriile Karla Hutching
,ame in second, followed by Lisa
Jroderick, third; Diane jLindemann
ourth; Theresa Broderick, fifth;
irid Mary„ Hartman^ sixth. v
Mike Kisk was tops in Class No
:, fitting and showing for horses
,Ie was trailed by Karla Hutching,
ri second; Kern Keniston, tlilrcl,
Cheryl Whitsell, fourth; Lynn Worsen,, llfth; <and Gary Koke, sixth,
Half-Arab horses were shown h>
halter for Class No. 3. Shirty
Jarlson took first place; Mike £isk,
>ec9ad; Clinton ^isk, third; Met
fraves, fourth; Felicia Kuebieft
ifth; and Alene Gariick, sixth.
Class No. 4 was mares in halter,
fim Sexton took first place; Mau+
ene McGinn, second, Gary Kpke,
hird; Lori Richards, fourth; tori
England, fifth, and Susan Fordi
Jixth. '
Class No. 5, geldings; Jim Sexton,: first; ;Linda Carlson, second;
Xaria Hatchings, third; Cheryl
•Vhitsell, fourth; Max Trowbridge
fifth; and Nancy Geer, sixth. •'•;
Class No. 6, grade horses, in
waiter: Robin Knepper, first; Nahcy
Jeer, second; Karen Neimi, third;
Mary Hartman,. fourth; £tra Maesmer, fifth; and/ Kathy 'Gailas,
sixth.
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•Vorden, first;,.. Karla utchihgs,
iecond; Kim Wolf, third; Susan
Jchultze, fourth;, Mary Hartnian
Worden, first; kerri Keniston, sec,>nd; Robin Knepper, third; Jatriie
ship, horses, bpeh; Jim Sextbn,
lii'st; Greg Keniston,, second; M|ke
l^isk, third; Barbara Schenden,
"ourth; Maureen McGirih, fifth;
ind Cheryl Whitsell, sixth.
-Class No. 9, Western hptsertian3hip, horsesp open:' Jim Stxtbh,
irst; Greg Keniston, secdnd; Mike
^isk, third;
Barbara Sdhen
ourth;. Maureen McGinn, fifth; a
Cheryl Whitsell, sixth,
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lorses, 14 and under: Bruce Garick, first; Lynn Worden', second;
James Collins, third; Barbara
Schenden, fourth; Lori Richards,
ifth; and Linda Carlseri, Sixth;
Class No. 11, western .pleasure,
torses, open: Greg Keniston, fifst;
arbara Schenden, second; Chery!
Whitsell, third; Mike Fisk, fourth;
James Sexton, fjtth; and Mary
Kay Harr, sixth; ,
Class 0. 12, Western pleasure,
ponies, 12 and under: Lynn Worden, first; Dena Linderrnann, second; Susan Schultz, third; Karla
Hutchihgs, fourth; Kim Wolf, fifth;
and Steve Botsford,: sixth.
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Class No. 13, pony pleasure driving, 18 and under: Lucy Bott, first;
Dee Tomshany, second; Nancy
Ford, third; and Emily Bonus,
fourth.
Class No. 14, English jumping:
Judy Ward, first; -Cathy Cornett,
second; Ann O'Hagen, third; torn
Lancaster, fourth; James Sekton,
fifth; and Linda Carlsen,. sjjftth.
Class No. 15; English horsemanship: Judy Ward, first; Debbie
Hendricksen, second; Cheryl Whitsell, third; Alene Gariick; fourth;
Peggy Russelirfifth, Kathy Gailas,
sixth.
Class No. 16, boot race, ponies,
12 and under: Sharon Kropf, first;
Becky Foster, second; Theresa
Broderick, third; Katie Lewis,
fourth; Bobby Ingalls, fifth; and
Steve Botsford, sixth.
Class No. 17, English pleasure:
Debbie Hendricksen, first; Alene
Gariick, second; Mike Fisk, third;
Kathy Gailas, fourth; Lori Richards, fifth; Karen Harr, sixth.
Class No. 18, ride and lead,
ponies, 12 and under:
Carl
Schwarze, first; Gina Van Riper,
second; Steve Botsford, third; Lisa
Broderick, fourth; Jim Hansen,
fifth; and Mary Hartmann, sixth.
Class No. 19, cloverleaf: Dee
Tomshany, first; Jamie Collins,
second, Jeff Proctor, third; Paul
Tomshany, fourth; Mary Kay Harr,
fifth; and Randy Cole, sixth.
Class No. 20, flag race, ponies:
Randy Colt, first; Sharon Kropf,
second; Lisa Broderick, third; Theresa Broderick, fourth; Chris Ford,
fifth; and Cynthia Broderick, sixth.
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pion honors for Kathy IJartman of^jitiJ|n jthis yea^. Kathy was a :
repeat winner this year, once again' ijiking'Ygi'an.d chainpion and '
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Chelsea Pair is Melissa Klappcrich, two^ years old, shown mounted on her horse. Because of obvious reasons, however, the horse
was shown by Melissa's, mother, Pam, but Melissa gets the trophy.
Fair Compact Tractor Pull
Dominated By Promoters
first in the 1,200-pbund division,
the only locaf man to place in the
compact contest.; Bill Dobberstein
of Carlton placed second; t»aul
Miller, Hudson, third; and Duane
Shay, Hudson, fourth.
Tops among the 1,500-pound tractor owners was Jeff Ejklert of EImira; followed by Danny Carr of
Pittsford, second; Norm Himburg,
Milton Center, 0., third; and Jim
Sperks, West Unity, 0., fourth.
The big boys among the compact
tractor are the 1,700-pound ones,
which were led by Norm Himburg
of Milton .Center, 0. Parlny Carr,
of Pittsford came in second;
Kenneth Marquad ,of Jenera, 0.,
third; • and Bill Weiss of Rawson,
0., .'fourth.
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oh #0'•'*,. first; Dawn Kilpatrick
/econd; Karen Neimi, third; Dann
Marshall, fourth; Nancy Geer, fifth
ittd Kelly Naylor, sixth.
Class No. 22, pole bending
onies: Randy Cole, first, Sharo
Sropf, second; Robert Beeman*
third; Glna Van Riper, fourth;
{aria Hutchings, fifth; and Susar
SchuM sixth.
, Class No.23, pole'bending, hor
es: Ka'thy Borchers, first; Bo,l
Hope, second;, pawn Kilpatrlck,
lird; Jim ilone, fourth; Ton;
Wisher, fifth; and Dana Brishois,
>ixth.
Class No. 24, off and on, 14 anc:
under: Jim Hansen,, first; Rlcl
Beeman, second; Gina Van Riper
nird; Sharon Kropf, fourth; Jamie
Collins, fifth; and Julie Botsford,
•;Jxth. . . •
Class No, 25, spe^d and action,
)pen: Bob Hone, first; Dawn Kil«
pafrick and Jim Hone, second;
Janny Marshall, Dee Tomshany,
and Barb Davis, third; Penny Fletcher and Mary Kay Harn fourth:
Susan Reithmiller, Mji# Brishois,
CJina Van Riper, and Jamie Collins,
fifth; and Rqn Ziegler, sixth. «
In dressage, J.ulh?" Tite, riding
Rex, was firstr ,6111 Tite and his
mount Princess took Second. ,
In dressage, trainingievei No. 2,
Linda Carlsori, riding Khalif, took
first; Judy Ward and Grand Prix,
second; Kathy Cornett arid Pilot,
third; Patty Carlson and Sugar
Foot, fourth; Ann: frHagah and
Cissyr fifth; Angie Snyder and
Lucky, 6th; and reserve, Dee Tomshany and Pegasus.
The Berber^ of Africa are believed p have derived their alphabet from the one used by the
Phoenicians at Carthage.
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Al Senchuk of Alpena Was named The , vegetable got its modern energy received by all the radio
Central Michigan University's 1974 name; however^ :from the old telescopes ever built equals only
scholar athlete. An All-Mid-A'meri French word •'caboche,"
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and took reserve champion honors this.year.
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Saturday evening's compact tractor pull at the fair, sponsored Jay
Tri-State Mini Tractor Pulling
Association, was dominated by me
bers of the Association, according
to supervisor Merritt Honbaum.
Among the tiny 800-pounders,
Duane Shay of Hudson was tops,
followed by R. D. Hewlett, North
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